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THE HICKMAN COURIER. i 4y 1 SH " lMlikd Erery Frltlay by GEORGE WARREN, VAmi, Ctekj-- . i i he Mil lm t an Hall Kdltor. Editor. THE I85II. , (Hat-din)- FINE JOB PBINTING HICKMiVN THE .,.., OLDEST".''NEW8PAP1 ,'y? .. " 89J COURIER. 1895. ' nomlnntlntr lord. - KXRCT7TKD WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH. SALE BILLS, 0lO0'l jIA a WaURH, WA1MK, i I i Autstanl IN WESTERN KENTUCKY. BILL HEADS, ENVELOPES, LETTER HEADS. Prlo f Subscription, 91.00 JULY-18-95. l ESTABLISHED HICKMAN, FULTON gOUN'Bf, KY., FRIDAY, JULY 5, stitnted for the majority report on c dentlals and the convention; nan borne time wan In an uprcur., Mr. John S. llheu was nccoaueofa floor and made such o vigorous p1 .Stone, (Clay), 3301 ailnat the majority rcort on resol i VOL. XXX. NO. 81. lvlnj; no opposition, au- - I taL WTdd.MM Fit Sat : m 1101 Tyler, of Follon County, INVITATIONS, ETC., ETC. 8ICTC US. CALL. AND "and for a while It was Impossible to transact biiklncss. The ballot then nrocceded. Kenton castlncr her S8 votes lor llcckner, who wa elected. Tho test vote reaultcd: Ileckncr , h?.VinJf. 'I" ,l".tiI"iM Vn ,he p",pl "'Ite'l: uon- vrnn Kord, tiPi Oardner, 386; Hem rmroi mine Mute Kninnmrnt It admlnlMr.i. tlnnhs Ucon rh.raciertfed by the atrlrtest We ' C' J"Jrlnin- A Derreias rconomyar.d Integrity, and In this regard we Icrlte romparlon nlth any state 1819 20: 21 22 23 2 20 20 27: 428 20 30 31 ;7 J. JLA2 1112ia 17 :U1510 : " J A Nominates P. Wat Hardin Tor Governor of Kentucky. nniiMluirv In nnlinlp,.. 440. Judiro Ileckncr. In taklnir his nlace ns ehairiiinn of Uie convention. Mild: "I do not take (ha result of this ballot a a The gentleman I hav. eompllmrnlto een tit to rcpre.-in thh cohviiI.mi baa wonthonlit. Wt hare met here at a time nt of prosperity U vindicating thedrmocratle party. Krerilhlng la hapimn tig Just as th democrata taid It wound. when tho ttturn u Hob. R. T. IkjTH ine cmpr-oft Russia and tha dnchca of. Edinburgh have in their 'possrssloit a aet of table 'which coat coualdcrably over 12,000. They can not be matched anywhere In the world. CAi.irditMA mines notno big and no stable crops other Oiati ieachea and -. crloads''nf red on ton ,'tachxar containing t4,oof) po"jidav Ncnilna cd for LlcQlcnant Goicrnor. Wild and Stormy Scenes In t tlio KentHcky jDeinqi ?. up of the committee on resolutions, thero was no deal. Hardin was simply stronger than the silver men. S II. of J. n. Khroder and James K. Stone, of Jefferson, were made secretaries. In the selection of Ileckncr, who was Hardin's candidate! and tho gold make- "wL dS:. k,i, I! ' ,m .' tlnnit In fttfin nil riiatllrbanC6 AT M cotnmand tho closest attention. Illicit denounced President Clevelan nnd Hccrctnrv Cnrllklo in n bitter SfB ei,.uent woro..... the queen's KngM M .. .i.j.ii--- -. mraun .4.iw. Wattersoii an Miyliij In J89?:VWI" nate Orovcr Clevelond and you H ....', ni ,.... 1 criittc.CoiiyenUQpf i . l If ton alrSs at the rata of ,tr or a dozen tfaroada.Uft' 1 j ; j . ' Reports Cram Iha Commlttea on Til republlc-o- f Ar;entlnn has of- Three Money I'talform fered three prizes for designs for a itilnplril liy a Vol of HIS In 333 legislative building, open to architects llaUnraof fctate Ticket Krleeted. throtighonl Ihe rvnrld. The prhe are 20,6i, JI0.WO and 85,000. ''Ihcarchl ifs.t, who rtccirc the first prize it to LopiHt tr.t.K, Ky., Juno :a The dl. hare the execution of the work. trlot meetings have cloird, and the re Kiutu the humblest bediming, own suit show that "sound money" swept fng'noOiljii- - but (he privilege to slant! tho nold. Tho csn:s:ittce on resoluon the curbstone and talk salvation to tions, as chosen by the delegates, dissinners, the Salvation army of New stands; Tlrst, Second and Third and York city now own a Inrge new build trict represented by silver men, Mrig, containing stores und offices and the other eight districts by "sound an assembly room large enough to teat money" men. l'ollowlng are tho gentlemen named; f,600 people. First illatrlct, fiu Colton; Second, Tills I locust year for tho aUtcs of W T. Kills;.II. Third, John r!.aKhra; Walke'rj K1flh.Jj 11. a Illinois, Imtlana.iJulsaoiiri, Ohlo'l Kcmrlh. E. Sixth, Hobert Klllaton; and Georgia. Tho latter tatc )1U Athertonr (iov. J. It. McCrenry; Ninth, brooil, Inot oren Kirhth. hare th thlrteen-yra- r In ,JJ5:, flinl the otliri ntnlr nil I hnre John 1' I lager; Tepth, John I". bal the irrrnlf endear brootl, "lilcli ajK jcrsj Klevcnth, .1. fl. Stone. I hl ln-- ;l in 1S7 not nroiw e.'ljvn lcut at all, but 04 elea'da. lo-w- been trying to gel n hearing for an with most intense earnestness. Tho Hardin men, frco Ho pleaded for harmony hour or more. Jie warned silveritcs, tried hnrd to prevent an ad tho convention against Indorsing SherJournment, because It would Injure man Instead of Jefferson, ltchnd nevHurdln. er Indorsed a republican platform and Tho fight In the resolution commit- he did not want the Kentucky democtee, which was In session at the Gait racy to do ao He was tor demhouso from 5 o'clock until 11, was ocraticbimetallism and not for tho rebitter. The silver people wero publican gold standard. in tho m'.ncrhy, bst they .made themintroduce, (Senator iiitiuMiy Wan t!i-selves felt. One resolution which John nnd made t rcrourkably strong reply lthca wanted put before tho conven- to Senator Illackburn. His defense, of tion wil sufllco to show what sort of the administration, specially when tactics the silver men resorted to. It ha named President Ciivclnnd was was na follow s: greeted with stirring demonstrations. ' We twlleie that neitlolhn president ami The convention reached climaxes of -la reurrto Car Hull, tr 1'lerpent Morganthe the highest pitch when the senator de-- 1 entitled the most rredlt and honor lor iioiMtorltlackbumhad COMVKNTIOX IlAI.t, I.OUIBVlt.l.K, Ky., for all.tlo.V- and tlnallv cAma to. a. m., June 2(V liver since tho evenoutsct'thai front Ho said' ing sesst6n commenced up to 1 a. rWy It' Was opposed U W:at'the O. Ttradley, the 1ib been Impossible to secompllsh any CUywin)'vsi.iar-WKentucky and for that reason ho wa-gold men, kept up nn uncaithly noise opposed to tno majority report on( to prevent action on tho report of tho resolutions. Jlo replied especially to, committee on credentials, which has tne argument of Congressman, - nn resolutions illi.rnt from th wlaws nnre.s. Inln an 01 t.mcHt of1h led by the mi)orlty of the committee on re.olu iiui.ii. wmcnispropo'ea as an Indorsement-o- t him, lf. UlicynWt Hie present national democratic contention only bWffht It, to ortler, btJl'alw'con-- J tlon, btcaue the said resolution Is adrolnUtra ambiguous. ocure ...... uncertain In Its manuetl lis ciose niienxion tor 1IU ,., al(Tin our opinion an attemptijiv.uiuK, straddle to to , r most vital question " now attract CarltMc an tho aafcoclatesr of KoMt, ing attention ot American th a tat sJal " I chltds .and jiorxo" nnu kuv frecple, And, while the undersigned do not people. ' r concur In the views etpressed in i j u i c.i' !, .1,..th. Wll "" -- dltor. nernment. ! J. J. (Jlenn. of Hopkins; M. F. Hfth-express our condd-nr- e In the wis- - llrlnkley. of l'ulnski; K. V. Harrison, IL SwanKo. of Wolf; and ! amlnlatratlon his conducted the T?M .Ul" A Carroll; 0. oiu i McCoy, of Oreenup, were placed l 'iho followlnj- - h the minority report. ' ln 'olnlnntlon for register of he land In which the silver men sought to load , on'c.c rh Irst ballot resulted: Swango, down the majority rather than advo- -' 2A0; Glenn, 207; Harrison, 141; llrlnkrate their own views. ley, 127; McCoy, 109. 'Tho'unilcr.litn-- d members of ibecomrnllteo unanimously notnlnntcd for us ' lwaasj alj resolution nor In the amendment which the views expressed ln they here aubratt, they neterlhelcss belleiolhat It Is lha duty ot the democralio party to express Itself ln clear and i ry bt to-do- n Tha ssdsrJ2al jmmlr of .the committee on resolutions, believing that the democratic party of Kentucky should plainly declare in favor of truo bimetallism, or the gold standard, offer the following ns a separate resolu tion nnd ask lis adoption: "Hcsolved, That we believe in the n M f'ii suNPl iJaajfL iwiV ii iwl Tratioo deecrves an unqualified Indoraenfrni mi jne hands of thedrmocratle partyof Kentucky BK.VATOR t.lNPSAT. cr It noes not urscrro aucn inuorsrnien,i When the roll call was nearly comand, with n view of taking the opinion representatltes of the demo- pleted on tin second ballot Iirinkley'a th of assembled, crats of Kentucky In convention name was withdrawn, and then tlat tho present democratic administration Is In a few minutes entitled to the thanks of the whole country for chnnges began. It, statesmanlike management of public affairs, Harrison's name was withdrawn, and andtie further t'eclaro that both President more changes followed. Then McCoy Cleveland and Secretary Csrll'le aro entitled was withdrawn, leaving only Swango lo lbs unqualified Indorsement ot the American nnd Glenn in. Swangogot 482k' votes, people for maintaining the gold standard and which nominated him. He is tho first thus maintaining tno creditor ine government, ot iWOOOM) of Interest-bearin- g incumbent of this office ever renomiand their Issuance bonds Is hereby expressly indorsed." nated. ""!' Washington, July 2. The debt statement Issued Monday afternoon Iluchanan, who poisoned his second shows a net decrease In the public debt wlfo for her money, was electrocuted lets cash In tlio treasury during Jua shortly before noon Monday. of $10,730,321 87. Tho witnesses entered the death The Interest Waring debt Increased chamber at 11:12, the current was $."i0; the bearing debt de- turned on nt 11:23,. 1,740 volts for f out creased 5800,321.03, and cash In the seconds, reduced to 400 rotts. left on treasury Increased 99,870,053.04. The for 30 seconds, when it was turned on balances of the several classes of debt to 1,740 volts again and gradually re" at the eloso of business June 30 were: atuccd. Interest bearing $716,202,0150. lluchsnnn entered the room with hit Debt on which Interest has Increased eyes closed, and did not orcn his eyes since maturity, 81,721,500.20. at all. Ho walked along beside 'the attendr.pt nrlthout assistance to the Debt bearing no Interest, 8378,084). 409 09. chair. Ills leg was slightly scorched Total, 11.090,913,120.25. and smoked during the last few sec The certificates and treasury note onds of the execution. The body waa perfectly motionless after the cutrent offset by an equal amount of cash-Ithe treasury outstanding at the'end ot waa lurnesl on. the month were 8579,207,803, an In- I crease of 85,811,120. The total cash ln I .aaaaaawJaaaaaW . OAt AfiA IS 4V.A m.4. . f ,.,VUIWWJ..U. T1 I ..W1...J .. a ASt 1 DEBT STATEMENT. of Over 10,000,000 nartag lha Moath of Jnna. BUCHANAN ELECTROCUTED. A Hlg Effort Mad? to Bars Ills Mfe, rial In Vain. Simo Siso, N. V., July 2. Dr. Robert aaaa8w akaaaTaaW ., .jsVaHaawH . 'jtSLt In gold coin and bars of $8,103,433.93, thetotil'at the close being 8155,893, 931.40. Of silver there was aa Jrrcraa was In national bank depositories 816,903,120.83 against 810,483,720.80 at the end of the preced ing month. Will Apply .for a New Trial. Uvrrxix), N. T., July . Clnrence nnd Sadie Robinson, convicted of kill ing Montgomery Glbbs, will, through their counsel, Judge Hordesty, apply for a new trial on newly discovered evidence. During all last week the relatives of the convicted couple were In Buffalo In consultation with Judgo Hnrdesty, nnd on Saturday decided to make the appeal as soon asprellrdlnary details aro arranged. Embezztetto Be rtronght Hack. Sam Fhahcisco, July 2. The steamer; Australia which arrived here Monday morning from Honolulu brought word that Sheriff Wylle, of Muscatine county, Iowa, arrived June 21 with requisition papers for Henry Johnson, who Isaccused of embezzling 880,000 of Muscatine county funds while treasurer. Johnson has been a resident of Hawaii for a year. lie will be taken back to Iowa to stand trial. Th" Treasury Hlatement. Wabiiisotov, July 2. The treasury official statement issued Monday evening stato the deficit for the fiscal year, The 1893, just closed, at 812,800,000. statement of Saturday The exact admade It $43,500,000. justed official statement of deficit will not be known for six weeks, but will not vary materially from Monday's scml-oftlcl- In the month, there was' an'fncrease. I asRBaaaaT xaaaaaaM of 8756,099.88. Of surplus there succcmIuI operstlon of the bond syndicate, and further bcllete that the ayndUate made largo rrofll. ns It had a rlflit to do, consider-Ingthnfa- rt that it brought to the support of their contract the vast ri sources of the ltoths chllda In etery financial renter of the wcrr-L- The jrrcieat inenmbent, W J lfn-drlcwas unanimously nominated for reflection as attorney general. He had no opposition. Henry S. Hulc received the nomination for secretary of state; Edward Porter Thompson for superintendent of public Instruction and Ion II. Hall for commissioner of agriculture. Adjourned sine die. k, Wk jfSV itVsA. "Ns.J.HsiifilV """"' IVvfassW ? D. BUCITAJfAN. ATliol'nti he UK year old, Senator Morrill, of Verinjnt,1 asld U hare anKJiiinccd tttafhCTlll accept another nt the end of It la present term lli ftfthjrm In tltcTtennte will exUe In MaTcti, 177 tip to date ha haj.crTcd tcitty.rli-h- t yearn In the and twelve year In the Iioukc. o fit lie hlanda lit the the Tim itew'nh hatchery, built on on . m Novins, of San Jose, Cat, who was try. , ff'-ining to organize a gang to crack the In the manufacture ot'wnloh safe of the Northern Indiana Normal 5balta are ittnaHy blown to n hie' of R. T. TYLER, atmut two feet In illamuter, and at the school, tvas arrested Monday afternoon xoMiNkR roR ur.irrr..NANT novrnjion. for burglarizing several bouses on Col eihihlllon of 1S0 there waa ohonna .- ar. t II i I MJJIfJIS.- -. J.... l1l of eontlderably over a yard lit Baaaaaaaaaai"ilsaaaaynl llaaaalWaaWa4aaBai lsff,'',!Bsl ml1.?!- tl't'tTL7).V-',-Mrsm? WsWOPWrSW-- 'l ltlVa9laK5Kf'skBMBBS WtlroBriTOm&TTnyva " Gen. nlthSa Tno coii-tll port of the permanent organisation glad to sir t"employeit Mi Itlng by that majority: Music hall, "which taken. Wasiiikotox, Jultr 2. The funeral possibly prevent the law taking a4s. U being held In its watch ffluMca committee. It Is a draw all nrounrt. "Hcsolved, That we, tho democrat le than three thouand of Gen. Green Clay Smith waa held course. expected. of the Auditorium, as LninsviLLK. Juno 27. The demo wero obtained from thl bubble. of Kentucky, ln convention assembled, Monday afternoon. The Interment The plsce I packed to suffocation, cratic state convention reassembled nt do hereby Instruct our congressmen to was at Arlington, after brief service FOR MANSLAUGHTER. extremely warm. 1 adjourned protect white and black women equal- at tho Metropolitan Haptlst church. Bob Flttalmmona on Trial for tha Death of Challe the jfreat lx M AU lanot often hovn, U1 relics nil the weather la the politicians havo 1:J0 promptly, after havingunusunt mv acveral days ly with white and black men in exer The ceremonies were of the simplest at 2 a. m. In the initial ot which are Rlordan. Wen pouring Into Louisville on every ordcr. Prayer t offered by Itev. J. nounced the Insinuation that tho ma- coinage of both gold and silver as the cising tho right of citizens of the character In accordance with a request hlblted during next July. SrrtAcusK, N. Y., July 2. Expert nearly every W. Kills. Vlrt- - ,"Jr; Incoming train, until vote lor members ol prlt-the carmentof the testimony was resumed In the Fitzslra- jority report was n republican plat- primary money of tho country into le- United States to several states of this of Gen. Smith. Jn the state Is ' I"f.',"t prominent Wednesday the fight by, tho Hardin congress In the he w.Ullne clothe. mons trial for asnslanghter Monday V nround 111 here. form. Ills voice sounded like the roar- gal tender dollars, receivable In "," 1 Ihe Ilnndsof a ed men was to have nominations precede ing of a. Hon as ho warmed tip in replymorning, and Dr. D. M. Tolman was of all Its debts, public and pri- union by passing a declaratory act sayThe Sixth congressional district conDESvr.it, Julj2. II. II. Dunham was so the 5M and 5520 of the on ing to Uie Insinuations that tint major- vate, upon terms of exact equality." 878 ing that sections of the United States Monday appointed by Judge Hallett, of again required to state what be considw1.,lch"'.l, of. Jlhn l.h W"1 tention of the counties of Kenton, tho reportcouldplatform, the that platform not say Revised Stttutes Clay men of the entire ered the cause of RIordan's death. Only twenty-on- e Campbell. Ikxwo, (lallatln, Carroll. was unsuitcd to Hardin. Meantime ity of those on the committee or In this "J,"r,rred after he wa shall be held by the courts to apply to the United States district court, reIt was he swore . . Trimble and I'endleton, met the Clay men were working for the convention wero advocating republican votes of the convention were cast fdr white and black women ns well as to ceiver of the Colorado Mining Ex- Again violence on that man's concenGrant, the Jaw. trated tlie minority report The motion rer!, Kcar.t.s hold lu hlh for orirnnlratlon Tuesday morning adoption of the majority report on doctrines of nny klmL Co. on the applicachange Ilullding An Important branch of the cross excurring on the adoption of the major- white and black men." Chairman llerry announced that a absence of Hod tion of the Mercantile Trust Co.j of amination was as to the effect of alcotttvr.' an piu larraer who ttaneu at 10 o'clock. In the James T. Willis, resolutions as a handicap to Hardin, committee, count' by the "secretaries ity report of the resolution of at the lander age 01 I'erry. tho chairman, )JlX in liulne P. Wnt Hardin, tho nominee for gov New York, which holds bonds for holic liquors upon the walls of the arand for Ha adoption before nomina- sustained the previous announcement tlie vote was taken by counties, resulttho trt.t rear n an oppie merunaiti. 1 na called the meeting to order. Leslie tions were called for. in numr 8250,000. ernor, was born June J, teries of the brain. The expert said en T. Applcgate, of I'endleton, was substitution f tne minority re- ing os follows: Yeas, C44; nays, 233. un- county, Kentucky. He issi, second farmer' low, price anil loiii credit Is the When the convention adjourned ln of tho credentials for the majority reGov. Atkinson Convalescing. there were degenerating changes and At 2:.M) tho convention adjourned the-boand .chairman to rnaiie a hanlom abled of Parker a and Carolina Watkina Gov. Atkinthe morning the port on 2. Mm the early hourot Atlanta, (in., July they were therefore more liable to rupproilt In nickel and dlmev Mr. Kck ItfilxTt llrown. of Gallatin, for sec pending question was on tho minority port Tho Clay men cheered this an- til 7:30 Wednesday night Hardin. son, who was so near to death last ture. Ho also said that the violent exKy., icl"Vturn t hU'irratllude for- this in retary; Judge C. .T, Helm, of Campbell, - reort from tho committee on creden- nouncement and the llnrdln men preConvkmioji- - II ai.u Loi'iBVii-f.:llnrdln family came to Kentucky week that his physicians nbandonod all ercise ot boxing that Rlordan was in, The . .. 1. ' row. ; ; rejig mil inepto larmer kjh, wh was selected for committee on organldiscussion thereon was cipitated another was reported by hena-to- r June 27. Gen. Wat Hardin was nom- nbout 17SI, and tho most prominent of hope. Is vigorous Monday nnd on the the nrterles were more liable to rupToo following j' a lawyer, gel tomo of hi depart- ration; K. II. Blllson, ol urant, on tials, and the for governor of Kentucky nt the them settled in Washington county. march towanl recovery. None but tho ture. inated resumed. Lindsay, chairman of Iho co'inmlU .(nlo ilpmncratlc convention on the Martin I). Hardin, Col. John Hardin resolutions; John M. leasing, of ment's law bualneui occaaloually, After discussing nn hour and a half doctors and tlio members of his family, After recess Drs. Didama, Kauffman llopne, on credentials, and Judge Men-ico- f the motion to substitute tho mluorlty tee on resolutions, ns the majority re- ' first ballot. nnd Hen Hardin will ever be remem-liere- d however, are yet, admitted to the sick and Smith, all of whom were present I'endleton, for vice president Ax election law recently enacted In category of room. majority port, signed by nine of theMtlilrtecn I Chairman llerry called the conven-- I ns belonging in report on credentials for the at tho autopsy, testified that in their .'' ' lion together promptly nt 8 o'clock. Kentucky's great men.tho South Aiutrallo, pejwlty women to , (Icn. IV Watt Ijarjltn's headquarters report, tho call of lltf counties began. members. opinion death was caused by the blow Shot In Ihe Ankle. To the Demoorstle Convention In sestionl at Ho called for nominations forgovernor. eduvote through the pmt of)lce wheucrer the Wlllard (fornicrly the ro at Gen. P. Wat Hardin received his Tho Clay men favored the substltnte GnRKtsnuiia, Ind., July 2. Linesny that was given. Each of tho doctors polling HI heahhfer'dlitance" front hotel, and hN rooms are nnd the Hardin men opposed It As f J.,, I. will, county, to a severe "The undersigned. a. mi orlly of your com. George U l.ocKnart, oi ikibhiuh mua- cation in the schools of Adair place may make Itdifllcult to attend In throogc-.-! with friends and admltr. the vote was considered, a test ol mlhtee.beg leave tor fmbm1 as- - their report." ty( placed tassius Al. way, jr. in nom lie studied law with his father, Jackon and n Mr. Hockenberry quar- was subjected none could be swerved but relled Monday morning nnd both drew fjallantry of thl iet' Is IflV staunch lieutenant, Urey Wcod-so- strength It w ns watched with great In- th accompanying resolutions: person. The wi admitted to the bar In one of the most eloquent nnd was and commenced shooting. from tho statement made In the direct Kewuj.tacon - i .nation In n democratic In 186V UKxllficl nomewhat by the statement of (hvensboro. Is frequently seen terest and resulted: 449 ayes, 413 nays. From the very first Gen. revolvershid behind some llowcr crock testimony. The case will bo resumed .ntlonasseinbedeoneratolate the country . "Iccm. Jackson voting by mall consulting VMh the free sliver caijdl Tho result was greeted with loud npon f"r Ilnnlln was the nrido of his relatives the IfcKlnlcy- - tari- convention. Uhe repeal Tuesday. and they" both noml..'l?Aj'!KtCl hi'1? upon Hardin the l,U; cnemle. date for governor, Tuesday morning. cheering by, the Clay men. Thecharged ffe law. andi every haqd evidences r..l linliert C llrecklnrldgc James- and friends bocmlSo of his nobloheheart ery and shot Hockenberry in the ankle, rewas causing a serious wound. of POSTAL CARS. on have tttilefeat It and wan accepted for tho lnnknl verr cheerful nnd eracoful manners.. In 1879 to the platform, n.icd Gen. Hardin nnd Judge men rushed of reMr.Womlson expressing himself as per fnl-- o counting r.nd fraud and created a turning prosperity, under the operationswe de- Tarvlu. of Covington, seconded the nominated by tho democratic state purpot of baOllpirthe opposition. Pencil Cnrnlvnl nt Macon, G.-Postmaster llrown Aska Instructions In duced and cquallied tariff taiatlon: and en. general of fectly satisfied with ttio oullooK. which was Itegard lo Them. ...n.i iiitmitinnns Macon, Ga., July 2. The peach carfraught with danger and disaster nomination. J. A. Spauldlng, of Union convention foe attorney ij(J IrTtho alle(ril Jaw In reference to n llnrdln said he was confident of receiv finally checked by crowding hcnaior nounce as of our republican ndrerjarlca to r county, seconded Cloy' nomination. Kentucky, nnd was elected, Wabuinciiox, July 2. Upon returnThe day the threat nival opened here Monday. ' ing the nomination. lterlfr,jrp$uflblllty for tho Lindsay through me ngiiiera to mo establish a protective tatlff nnd to which. Il No other nominations were made and in 188 and again In 18S7. In 1801 he was chictly occupied In arranging fruit ing from New York Monday morning f keeplri's- - of"prloner I carried ""out," policy of unequal taxation, shortly after 0 wasa candidate forgovernor, and after disnlavs in the exhibit building at Cen Second Assistant Postmaster General Mr. Hay' Headquarter are at tho front of tho platform, when he opened by the tho balloting began hherlfl Servlse, or New llrunsulck, Gait house, and, although he has a suit another hot contest by presenting the connection with gencralmWgorernmrnt o'clock, llnrdln led from tho first a splendid contest was defeated by tral park. The carnival Is to run three Nellson found on hlsdesk a letter from republican party, culminated In thobuslnoM from whoo custody eight prhionera of large, magnificent rooms, they at' Postmaster llrown, of Cincinnati, askw ceks. report of tho committee on psnlooflWl There was very little enthusiasm while !ecapcm IS bad pickle. Not only tract comparatively few persons in majority 'Second Tho demoeratlo party, which has the ballot was being taken. ing for further Instructions as to how , resolutions. Chnrj-ci- l Willi Murder. alwaya atood for lha separation of church and U he liable to a Bno of JiOO for each comparison with tho many that flock to proceed in tho matter of establishThe Loulsvillo delegation divided Its civil ntd religious state, for the sake alike of Elwood. Ind.. July 2. An affidavit ing a mall car scrvlco on the Cincinnati prltoncr who . pot. away, but, It ii said, to Hardln'a headquarters. inis doea not hesitate to condemn nit ri- - vote bttween Clay anil sionc. .... .. fretdom. . l has been filed against Mollle Schnei street railway lines. noinlna- !r. Clay'a close friena, lion. Jonn a. SLavsssa forts to create a distinction amoniroiiixcn. i to i was done to pjive llnrdln tho avavavBsa der, a young girl of Alexandria, charg Campbell ilmm claim! In he i. inunlprer. Itlsr--- ! testes," H5vnr of Tarls, Is tnsslcr oi flrht ballot cause of differences In faith,1 is rrpug nam - ,on on !, Gen. Nellson wrote, to him Monday . waaaaaaaa ar ing her with causing the death of her afternoon, giving him some suggesan enlightened age and sbhrrrelt to ihe, ladivided Its vote, but Kenton ported, however, that tho authorities ceremonies "at the Clay headquarter. ir new-borbabe by drowning It In ana is will not enforce the proxy trial, but He Is a practical politician, lALC'reamrwout-aV'inc.tlocounty stood solid for'Hardin. The tions. bucket of water. by the ln his best licks whera they will will hold Servlii for the money. the principles and policies declarld and de- - voto stood as follows: Tramp Driven Out. 78, i' ? 1 Hardin, 408K. Clay, 330Ki Stone. do the Wat rood. May anil Drcembsr. national democratic platform ot Rolling LaPoiite, r men olaJsa mat ine elar . that our Bre"n aaiioiml denfratlo ad - '- Wntterson. 3: Iluckncr 4. This wasa The Tur action of the Notre Damn unl .,... .w ..,..iii. n, in.- w Viikihikh Inil.. .Tlllv 2. JudsTO Prairie, this Ind., July 2.raided by . ... ' 1 county, was n., to ministration '.is cnnni veralty (Roman Catholic) In conferrlnff conservative will vote with htm for Timothy Farrcll, aged 70, and Mis tramps. The Invaders pillaged houses courageous aid atatei- - wire majority, as It took 440 votes party for its honest, the degree of LU I), on tho well a sound money platform, lnclpdnrthe nominate him. Mary llulmc, aged 19, both of thli manllke maesgement of publlo aflal. sud ne citi.. ' was nccommiaiicu icij cuo.i,, 1I.V..1 loot stores. ...tin Indorsement and special mention of v known Conjrre(-atloncounty, were married Monday morn- - and attempted to posse nnd thol entlro xiiresa onr undiminished conflilefo in tto . ll Grovcr j.jl0S0 wno mado the Ileckncr arrange zens organized a democrsey and patriotism of l'resbjnf fllsddcs. Ir slniot JVrsldcst Cljeln,l vn Secretary Ker. 4ng. Tho groom Is very wealthy. kl. distinguished gang was driven out of the village, afCleveland a number of Clay votes to unprecedented, and will, iloubllesa, Weasr. Coulter, Kills and Khe and secretary, jona u ijarii-iom"""1"' ment threw ter n running fight lasting several Tho President Goes Fishing came Stone, Hnckticr nnd WattcrbOtt. It was excite wide comment. While no one announced at once that there would be rourlh-Wh- en the democratic part IlVKAnn's Hay, Mass., July 2. With hours. For ten days certain localities of cleverly done. The announcement was could be further removed Intellectual a minority report signed by them, Jt 1807 the bonded Indiltednoss Into power In Inbeautiful weather and plenty of fish havo been under a reign of terror, Kentucky was over )400,coa. Tho nominal received with great enthusiasm by ly from Komanlsm than Dr. (Madden, by no other; and that thero would b as about cendiary fires having been started valsoof the asseU ot Iho sinking fuid improTe. Ihoso who" volod forllardin, the president, spent nearly all the rostof he ha alays been conspicuously fair a fight to a finish on tho floor of tho IB.OOO.Oua, made upln par of Interrll day down the bay Monday fishing and other acts of lawlessness commitIIOV. JAMF.8 B. M'CIIKAtir. In hit treatment of the church, and it convention. tho Clay, men .kept, their seats, howoro ments that cost over nnd ted. for tiiutog nnd rock bass. w Ithdrnwal of Lieut. Gov. Al yielded at ever, nm) took little part In the demon donbtlc., In recognition of this 1U.ACKBURX. Tho BIt.NATOIl nnv valuation of 4,BW.0l, but blob norw in Hon. John ounc llrown. As nn ora Angry IVeat Virginia Miners. John DClay, a rclatlvo of tor he has few equals apd no superiors fact that the university honored him. ford from tho gubernatorial contest that lime nonet revenue ami vrcn W. T. Ellis present- nn strntlont W. Va., July 2. The ClfAliLKSTO.y, lotrriuitliinnl Crjckct Mutch. thW shwlnleaves but two candidates, Hardin and ed tho minority report, when John !?. cash only kbout tWd,CW fund'' romp.rcd Cloy, moved to make tho nomination In tho state. His lino work iu the The, first in governor's private secretary, Capt. Piiiladkli'iha, July 3, actual deficit in the alnklng tho bofore no other names will go It Is probnble that railroadslongNew Clay, and convention, which met be- Rhea took tho lloor to rend them him- with our Indebtedness of about t900,. Noco unanimous. This was of course carried Iluckncr-Rradlo- y campaign of 1887 wm ternational crickot John Itaker White, who as tho govern- Intercollegiate at of fore the been reiluc 0.1 trains on tho elevated put 50 muth bet worm Canada and the United sr's rcrsonal representative among tho the bonded self and not trust them to tho secre- ISOT1060,000, andIndebtedness has asstls of mo with n rush, f electricity. Tho aoon Tuesday. and greater than all of tlio leaders ' tary. by both Hardin Afterspeeche the anlluble York will be run by to gether. States, was started Monday at Man-hei- striking coal minora In the Norfolk govalnklng fund more than equal that sum Hon. James 1). Carroll, chairman of company naw'has under consideration uon Clay, nominations for lieutenant Mr. IMiesimadoa most rigorous arguthe grounds of the Geriunntojvn and Western region telegraphed Mon1 he llaniblera Moat (In. We have Increased tho annual nppropr committee, called Wes'trnghouso the state democratic ernor were called for and R. T. Tyler, a contrncf with" tho nt our l'AUKFiisnunn. W.Va., Juno 29. Con Cricket club, and when play ceased for day night that things aro assimilug a electro-inon, nnnntlnn to order at 12:10 p. in. ment, and offered n second of supple- for aupport tMT to charitableInInstitutions '"jm of'Fulton county; Oscar Turner, Jr., of 189V and people for tho use of the 1500,000 minority report, which simply KJO.OOO in sternation was created among the tho day tho score was 50 to 89 in favor moro serious turn. D. llrown, of Christ aysteui by ID"'"1"' fc.uetir' Jmctlon syMcm.Mr. Westing Rev. I)r. Chns. M. Hemphill offered' mental reaffirmed tho national platform of the Improving our Jiidlclal and tho frequrr-- y of "Louisville, nnd M. in nomination. Ty gamblers here by tho police notifying of tho Amcricau team. The strikers ate growing restless and the number of courts compelled to lacrcaae tiana, were placed housef commenting on tho subject. Preyo party ln 1892, and urged Its adoption aa their terma we ham been nro threatening a fow men who aro ut proprietors of thevariousdens that a short speech Mr. Cnrroll then professed to bcllevo that tho near fu ler led all tiie way through. A num- the must closo at once or they would Not Making Much Whisky. n measure ot expediency, owing to tho our expenditures, one ot the greatest work. The leaders, he says, are losing they tu re will bore some astonishing dcvol In which he said that no convention divergent views In the party.ln Ken-tuc- k which is the cost of criminal prosecutions ana ber of counties went over to him Lesixotov, Ky., July 2. -- Only one ontrol of the men, and unless there is Most of the games took the tuc of electricity. ever called together In Kentucky hod resiill was announced, and his bo prosecuted.closed Wednesday night distillery Is in operation in the Sev- a change an outbreak will bo no surIn connection with sihicnia a notle eable fsct on the financial question. greater In districts con nomination waa finally made unani- the tip nnd moro important uuvjr Th!re may be some delay, so that Congressman Ellis opened the debate tht tho Increase la there was not a game enth internal revenue district of Ken- prise. The strike has been on now for trolled by Republican omclals. " (W determined whether tho Upon the Bctlon of this convention, ho for the minority report mous. The convention adjourned at Thursday night Logan, who unr. n big tucky. The Juno receipts show a fall- six weeks and thero Is no signs of It ca,nnbc been able to decrease the N. nevertheless Thursday morn-In- running. I. the electric current declared, tho welfare and safety of this weakening on either side. cost James II. McCrenry.who Is a of taxation for general revenue I"'!""" midnight until 0:30 game, disobeyed the order and was ar- ing off of 51,000. ... U oreater than tho cost people largely depended. Ho counseled candidate for senator, made a vlgorou rate n fromt0enta.,9n tko ou hundred do ' f rittahiirglt lnal Operator's tomplalnt. Tho town morning. rested Thursday . harmony Bnd closed by saying: "Lot argument tut the Kentucky democracy ssaauio L.iui'iij m t v Indiana Post Offices Knlseil. July 3 llnnry l'u PirTHiHTiioii, of producing team. "- Louisville, Ky., June 28. The demo- has been "wide open" for years, and -- Under The demoeratlo majority have voiirai. together, silver and gold, to recent rioerschelm, n coil operator, Mou us stand Wasiiixoto.v. July 2. with Cleveland, Carlisle ereased Ihe annual expenditures ior ' " ,"': cratic convention was called to order the causo of the movo Is n mystery. Ingenious appllcatlonof thomng light a common foo." Alt readjustment of postmasters' salaries applled to tho l S. court for n prelim. and tho national democracy as its prin- POTS Ol WliiUIVU Mi""i1 .. by wisely ,,,,.U ' at 10 o'clock Thursday morning withyoungIneeiiillrlea I'oiifeas. W. J. Stone, of Lyon county, ana net Is found In a uck hammer recently O0O,CO0In 1M). and Indiana declared lit 1892. Sen- to out prayer, and the work of choosing Mii.roiti, 111.. Juno 2S. -- Wm. Karns, tho following dignity of offices were Innry Injunction agnmst tho It .t O. ' invented. races wr The head of the hammer U Wm. Ileckner, of Clark, were placed In ciples had been sat Immediately back Ingabout presidential aeparato schools for tho two elevated to the present alleged discriminawas begun. bus cotifcssed setting offices, New Harmony, William Rich- railroad to his Flnlovvllle and giving to the. children of tho cjli"Jfce tho other candidates ., . of ordinary hhape, but the pointed end nomination for temporary chairman, ator Illackburn day 16 jenrs, tion against nf the htjcaker. When Mr. MeCreary opportunities for education they nowhrrriso Wm. II. Gardner, of Harding; John aired two prongs nearly the former by a Clay "Bound-monepostmaster; a ua.dlvhitd nt" W. C. Ken- fire to tlie llcry uani " was no room for two mines and in favor of other coal C. argued that life ards, commissioned It. Dunkle, postprong , 'toucblpg oh other. Ihese an ordl man, the latter by a Hardin silver man. dcmocrtlo there In Kentucky, the "in'the face'f unexampled dimctiluw the dallHcrndon, of Jefferson; C. Eord, of in ..1,1.01 m. i). minor nv ' Win. Jerome partle operators a regards the supply of cars. of Morgan," und II. awny Ho implicates pole, of In "arewsgneilxedllko Saturday night When Carroll caueu ior iiuiuihu... "sount money" pariy cnccrcu inuuiy. demoeratlo party has. succeeded rompc master. Ills announciid ititiiition Is to place ition Cloy county, were placed In nomina., mrnil l'J. luiwi. frmti Tho bovs have Wen 11.. horehoe mgnet, and when Ilia com the minority re ...i... . ui nntjif nlinllnhltiir thetirtttlCo tion for state treasurer. tho mutter before the intci-st.tt- e i.w .i.i,....,i the Not ember ltnssii.(liliii'r Ijoan. lulrmlnced Into u paper of Hie t. placed In jail to await inerco tominUiloii, ho chtlinlng tl.ut Tho first ballot resulted: Gardner, term of court. They toll conflicting Ion could I port and Its supplement moat vigorous tnhorltwt from tho republican parly of lfJVne It with SOT,.n.B" ' - :;"7 2. .The Standard .I.Wa LoNiiov. July In since tho recent strlko ho has been subtack It pleks up one and holds VIIO !; and theld the lloor notwithstanding i' the .convlets to ptrtlcs Inieruateit HI - il't- - 280; Ford, 270; Herndon, 172; Kendall, btorles, ono of which implicates a mini a dispatch from St Petersburg jected lo "nu unwarranted nnd unjust ' th head against the flattened tip. A not get seat. . DroQlOUlot their labor Wnl !..... lv .1 tne caits i .. H1...1. - nnil .ll.M dlii. in.Uinu ijUt-n hntl ftnliroveu llltilliut- - by 01; E. Kenton, of Robertson, 5. Ken. person, who hired thi'iii to do tho work. saying that il Is now confidently ex- "l.ortagf." The mines affcctel ure nu . latt he taok lu tno wu I.. .I.u r.t. alight blow (In? J. M. Patrick, of Breathitt, a cum- - i turbantcs. I name w us withdrawn before the Tho othnr that they hid a grudge pected they that tho Its officers arn mad di. Ihe Wliunlluir division of thu 11 fc 0, ...-.i..- hall Is Inadequate niiil.lt may then bedrlwi' In with th moniiii-v- - miMn ine same to ao- - After MeCreary Hnlsneu tne iianiin which tha state andfur tho manaijt im ni mr dall's wasnnnoiiH'i.'il. r,ctly reMHnslblo railroad loan will be successfully arranged. Ury voto - ngulimt tho proprietor. end of the liammer. other of the voto ltlt( prisons and under which our poniie plaint The for treasurer reInsisted on a ttV tin risk ...t.i. tha deletratcs. nnd nun- - men".blMi tha -minority report waa sub system has been and la bcl.ig greatly Imp"' ed. Tho second bttllot kwuv with holding the tack pt hammering one's Uns-erdrdt cf them ar Undlag la the aiala. "i JWW4 q -- ItchltrnnVwIU flitet In the world whrn completed. It wilt Imrc a w)ilteri(i 'and rapacity .of &.1XU.X0 JrouU l'mU will be built "around I., and the facllitlea for props latln tHh pan not 1nj excelled any where. . fnuH rapldn Id ASS "" 'Vo,i A" nrizrrikwi KlHi B. mTiJv-rrI. r AlaVVi S I t t ta 7 W '.''' At midnight the credentials committee reported. There was a majorltr report In fnvor of the gold men and a minority report favorable to free silver. As soon as they wero read one of tho silver men on the committee moved to adjourn. Another wrangle ensued and finally another ballot was tnken. s of nn hour for It took the conwmtlon to ballot once. The convention refused to adjourn. No ono can make himself heard above tho uproar. The confusion Is too great to permit a ballot on the committee report. Iho chair announced Hint the commit too on organization was ready to rcjxtrt. 'Iho report was handed up by Jas. P, Helm. 'I he committee reported as follows; Hon. A. 8. llerry, permanent chair mauf Jas. K. Stone, permanent secretary; W. IL Hnope, J. K. Kchroeder and William Cromwell, assistant secretaries. At 1:45 a. m, the chairman adjourned the convention until 0:30 Wednesday three-quartera' Mcmlters of the state central committee ' from the slate at largo arc: John JLCastleman and Charles It Long, both of Louisville. Following Is the new democratic state central committee as selected by the committee, on organization; W. V, G.itlln, of Calloway; Ury Woodson, of Daviess; James C ,Sjm, of Warren; Gus W. lllchardson, of Meade; 'W. O. Head, city of,Loui&villc: Jno.T. Hodge, of Campbell; H.irry It. llc-of Owen; Samuel llrown, of Khclbi: Hanson Kennedy, of Nicholas; II. P. Thomp son, of, Clark; .lair.es Garnet, Jr., ol k, Tho stttc executive committee shall consist of; First, Charles IC Wheeler, of McCracken; Second, Charles Mca chum, "of Christian; Third, O. W. Roark, of Simpson; Fourth, Murray It Hub bard, of Larue; Fifth, W. It Hoke, of JefTcrsonf M.xth, Itobcrt Ellis, of Carroll; Seventh, W. S. McChesney, Jr., of Fayette; Eighth. W. E. Varnon, of Lincoln; Ninth, J. r. Kchoo, of Mason; Tenth, F. A. Hopkins, of Floyd; Eleventh, Green Dcnhara, of Whltely. Mrs. James Itennctt, of Richmond, Adnir. figures. A BiirJW Captured. Valparaiso, Ltd., July 2. George L ffiaaMaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaWailaTl on -- ...i,--rnpn- ' '''"' l.r m i. . baaaaWl llaaaa ! 1 W.AT im- aaafWaaaaaafaff wmmmmmmm ered a slight pulsation of the heart. The victim also gasped, and 'the doctors declared that life was not extinct The current was again turned on full force of 1,740 volts, where It was held for 23 seconds, w)ien itj vvas again turned off. Iluchanan was .dead, at " ' ll:e3 a. m j , ' The warden was at t his desk sooa 7 o'clock and at onco Issued" ihe after usual orders In regard tor the detail of the execution. The prisoners n6t 'employed In the shops wereiordered to be kept In their cells until 12 o'clock apd the final preparations for the execution were begun undet(hc direction of State Electrician It. F. Davis, who arrived from New York on the first train Monday morning. Mrs. Iluchanan returned from Rhine-cli- ff at 10:30 o'clock. She was net at tho depot by an officer from prison. She wished to be driven to the prison, but It was Ihought best not to allow this, so she was driven away, and la supposed to have been taken to Mr. apartments. Sages private It is understood that in her intersho governor with view tho pleaded with him on her knees, the Jo.o,-lMit-liHoottl seconds: after the current was turned off Iluchanan was examined by the physicians, who discovThirty-two ..I - '7 TARDIN, pay-me- nt 1 jM.au )..' -- Alex-andc- r) I n, nrt-Tnedmr- acyi f tr ine. 1 .!! pu-tln- n n i'i antl-sllT- aaBPVfriy ' clcrj-ymn- n, . Car-llsl- o. -- A c. en-ti- ro 'e,afl . g ,..-....- Ex-Go- -- -- Ger-man- ia Vced-ersbur- 'r :... '.' -- S.X&1 sv . i It-- pub-llsht'- H I -- I u- Husso-Clilne- i- fc - t iV 3ET53i Tjff J. . .;.) 2 b&OA AV tUfff.. J !.afcv SVNr.r.fcgr -1ST, . as lwf''i - ils ' - ii -- na- .: TTl,la8lsalP-i- s . '' - ' -ii-- , ..U v- . .... i . VS- ai ,'-- A.'''i?' v . i"mi 'ViV', - WW) "Ns 11' . .Cht- , J . s IffiJHl MA'.,; 'Oi--Cjj!a JL giyKjrtf. WIPfHfi V irtajsMjUewtf.y,ttf,aat,ntWe TU3 HICKMAN COURIER. HICKMAN, WHO UAH C'SS.ltf UKI ? TIMES ARE PROSPEROUS. 10 In 1 CSou Politics, 111 wiwiiniwifwintfniwiinii!'wiw riy iwm wxiaffWMiiw mutoiminnv JcUlii S'olidCN. WIilcIiHhouiil Brule? It 13 'pi mtjwyjwwrvimjr'inwim.i Tyo Ilv83 Savod, i.r:afm that tho silver question and tion City. III., was told by her I IH'iiiruiiI. hnd Consumption nud issues, havo doctors showas no hopo for her, Tho hard times hnvo departed and not to bo hnrrnftslngly nnd othor impertinent that tbero FRIDAY, JULY 5, I89o. "fleorne Warren, editor ol the IlleVman Huslness In not only recover eternally lighting nbout. Out- been eliminated ns leading fea- but two bottles Dr. Kltig'a Now I Ky ) ('mirier, ho fought many luttlee from the canvass between Discovery completely cured her tOR NfATK IKXATlin, proiile. In ilmi- lie wi retried Inc. but hns rotivcil. and this Is side of their respoctlyo creeds tures lor the clitiiiplon of in nuif f. We irarel apparent everywhere throughout nnd boundaries of opinion, there Ibje Democrats nnd Republicans nnd she snys it saved ber life. at We arc authorlied lo announce T. J. Mr. Tbos. Kggors, RIO a at fed- K, .ver u IlFtitocral' Tlio Facts and tho Causes. bhyh tliu ISiizabulhtown Nows, is n thing to think about woll for tlio people of Ken-luck- y Mrs. Phoobo Tiiouins, of Junc- lf w' - nvwrt- - aHiaWaJeyk "' WBebataB ianlnknakaf aw, w; I? ' this contention, and burden pages Congtis nud Colds. Freo trial Iff to 1, wns a rnrdlnnl wages hnvo been increased Gov. IJrown has withdrawn of tho Democratic purl," that 10 to --'( por cout. ami this under medium of the press, are general- wliliiestimouvto refuto this prop- bottlos nt T. T. Swaynk'u Dru,g from the race fur United StHtuB tnnny well menu lug pcoplo have tho new Democratic tariff law, ly warm and personal friends, osition: but we are content at Store. and when the warfare of pen and present to invite attention to the Senator. been tempted to believe it. The which the Republicans gloated rostrum Is ovor they meet as personnel of tbe field nnd atnff, QUARTERLY ItliPORT XoTiitxa should bo left nndono it Ooukikk iiBserta from a positive over as the ranso of tho panic and friends nnd onjoy delightful so rank aud file, of the two organiza OK TUB mat tions, iu all their changes, since cial relations. Politics is lo cot ont full Detnoorntio vote knowledgo of pnrty hlatory that the depressed business affairs. b" ,,,nl, Keen 9rW'"J Sl,ok ' ,'' ! to think about nnd discuss tlrst tbe present parly lines wero in November. HICKMAN BANK. And all this right hi the middle ter of all ainda no National Democratlo platform with enrueslness on nil proper drawn, down to mid luclautnjr, tbo Dkmockats should hnrmonizo ever dcrlarod In favor of tho free of Mr. Cleveland's term, ond whoti occasions, but in not a matter present roster and roll, and place At the clou ol bailntM on tbe SVtli day of HARDWARE, TINWARE, STOVES, Ju 1R93. mid go to work for the success and unlimited oointige of silver his policies and tho now Demo- over which citizens should be tor. them for review before I be people RB80URCKS. or tlio entire ticket. nt n ratio of 1(1 to I, or any other cratic tariff Is just beginning to ever growling and quarreling. of Kentucky. Look at tbe voters which are offered nt ONE i'IUCE, an J tut lbs or each party aa Loaae an Pleeouni, $W,MU4t ratio, and this oar Texas friend, effect the country. How much The masses of people or every pa- iuspeotion; look they appear for OterJrafta ustMurtd Lut every Democrat go to work !t:M0 litlcal faith are equally patriotlo at tbe bmIh body verr loeet the market juiillet. Tt from now until the day of the whom we esteem highly, can veri-f- better will It be iu t wo rears more ? aud nsually desire to dbtain the or tne Republican line and then Pa flea Nu'l Ktuei Due from Slate Hanka anJ All joiJe (uaranteed In by examining the National lrileneJ If tho Democratic tariff then is best possible government. That at the main body of the Demovloutloit to roll tip n big majority M8 00 tUakere. HO they should differ is most natural: cratic line of voters, ami decide Banking Uotia ftad Lot, Fundi ure for Hartllu,T$ler and ther eutlre Democratic platforms from 1780 lo IIIUIIIIIIU IU 1IIIBIK.TIIJ, nUU ffbtcU. bodj 1b to be preferred as 2 000 00 andfitluree ) 1392. jriihmns J etrersrin; tlic not Uic cans ot tlio pnulo ami tlrely uy.rtlKawrn)Mp.lai ticket, v t tnMtmm 0fr6Tujder"of - 6,800,00 ' right, but there sbouldMlaw makers, executive and Inill. HtMn awl UeaJa ocrnejr, miI Id hard times, what was f TitB'FInt Dlntrlat has two "pede 8,5 Hi 2 J be a political conflict In clal officers, and custodians of the Currency, Iratlo Should be determined by Tho calm, 'deliberate judgment never the tiowera should ber SOUS on Mm Ditmnrirfltlnl'i-lrn- f 2,000 00 MII.2I which not be lives, liberty aud properly of the Caih lien 440 3D MliHOUaNTS' NATIONAL BANK, 'J'ylor and Hale. Wo should uoinmerco ratuor than arbitrary of the people will be that the hanging. orer the wall that divid- citizens or Kentucky. The rank Current eipeaxn paid 473 00 panic ami hard times were attrib es the parties, and political glad- and file of those political armies never allow them to go, down iu acts of congress. l;J7,9Td 00 JHC JL en Bk Tho Hret time that Presidential utable to two acts of Republican iators should never get boyonil are the sovereigns, tbe field and JKC defeat. candidates were nominated by legislation, more than all things the beauty and fragrance whioh fltaff aro the servants, aud it has Capital Block MAMMTIKi. don't mako any difference paid In, In ca.h 40.000 00 It teaches them gentleness on even been too often lamoutably Illus- Hurpliie h'und 10,000 00 now what your viowa were on the national conventions was in 1832 else, namely: side. trated in the history of both par Undlelded Profile 091664 1 The From that time down to tho pres extravagant appropria ties, that, in politics as in physics, Due Depaillore currency question; let's go to 71,001.41 D. Wiley, NTHr. x.j otlmaiitr, the stream cannot rise above its work ami elect the entire Demo- ent day the Democrnic party has tions or the Ileod Congress, eat Black Creek, K. V., wu io badly ftOIeteJ 127,07a 00 cratic State ticket by 40,000 ma- nover said a word about free sil ing np tho millions of surplus left lib rUenmallim that be wu only able source.do not charge II.DOCHANAN, J. J. C. BONDU ANT, It. L. AI.EXANDKR. J A. T0rKO.f We that there Suit o Kntvtly, Cbtmty Pulton, it.' ver at 10 to 1. by Cle eland's first Administra to nobUle around nltli eanea, and teen jority. J. V ALEXANDER Judge C. L. RAKbLG a D TI1KELKEIII. are no good men, patriotic men. t, W. C. Jnhnata, Caahlrr of Hickman In 1S36 tbo convention that tion, nml adding, millions to the then It eameJ lilru ureal pain. After capable men, intelligent men ami (tank, a Dank located and doing buitntaa Mn. TiONo, the new chuirmnn union Uhemtxrlaln'e Pain Palai he wi J at No. Clinton atrect In Cily ef TLB of tho Stnto Central Committee, nominated Martin Van lluren, Government's obligations. much lmproT4 that he tl.re awa' hi statesmen in the Rrpnblicau or- Hickman tn ald eonnty being the iworn, duly said nothing nbout tho currency nays the Democratic Party will 2 Tho It. BUCHANAN, rrssldrnt; J. J. a BONWJRANT, R. U Sherman Bilver law, canei. IU astt thU llulmett J Id him ganization, but we do contend taya the foregoing Report ia la all I baa all other meJIelne aU that there Is not enough of such a true tuumeut of the condition be thoroughly organized for the question; ueither did the conven- burdening the government with Mora good put together. Cathltr; W. M RANULt; Attlstanl Othlef. JO treatment Per ante at fall campaign. A campaign com- tion of 1S10; this is also true of body Material In ollhetald builneea dote four million SO cent monoy month- per bottle br T T. Sway, Drugjlet. ganization the leaven of that or- on the 29tb Hank, at the 1i, loofthe heat of day of Jane. to mittee will bo appointed and a tho convention of 1811 tho whole which ly. Those causes weakoued con lump and bring It to a condition hit knowledge and belief; and farther thorough, effective aud vigorous McMSlblcI aald nominated James K. Polk. In fluence iu our currency system. fight will be made. It for control of tho destinies of tayt that tbt tmtlntee of locationbank bat been transacted al the named, atxvrAcrvMKan ur thk ca.aaaTKa 1318 the Democratic convention This uneasiness beginning the great State of Kentucky. Tho and not rlaewbrre; and that the above re. abroad, Tbo following aeusible advice An absent minded young declared in favor of protecting In Compliance with an official leaser will not contain tbe great- jort It madt the spread throughout tho commercial from the Shelby Seutiael may be er; preacher in New Eneland. wish. of the Democratic organization, notice rreeivo! from the Secre-artug to address the young ladies of currency and labor of the conutry world, &c, &c. The reckoning studied aud acted upon with nil- - because of the superior quality of Sintt designating the '0b day of June day on which tuck report aha.lt inc congregation alter the morn from ruinous tluctuntiona. In 1852 bad to come with tho Government, vautago by overy community: its constituent elements, can do Win in MryiCM,' remarked from tho tho convention that nominated precisely as with an Individual "What excuse Is there tor tak eqaal Justice to every cltizeu of tile. 8ubtcribd and morn to brfort me by pulpit that be would be very Franklin Pierce wns absolutely who bad been rcckltu iu C. Johnson, lb 3rd day of July, IffVft. expendi- ing your patronage away from the Commonwealth and promote R. T. TV I.ER Notary Public. giau ii me rentaie brethren ot the silent on your own county t If you go the general welfare; tbe Republithis question. The con- tures, and extravagances. W. C. JOII.V.SO.V, Cathtsr. The congregation would remain after vention of ISTiG, In whioh Jamos pnnio and bard times bad, from amoug strangers to purchase can organisation because of lack nf litttWTlTrkl tuey bad gone homo. Kx. Jo. W. Cowiiill ) Dirtolors goods you must pay cash for of such advantage, cannot, In tho a II. DALur Budiannn wns nominated, was theso causes, nctnalljr commenced what you buy. Plank down your very nature of tbe case, reach w. n.siuw. i Trie Clinton Democrat says: anil snob emiuence. It is useless to "Tho friends of Judge Robertson, also silont on this subject. This before the closo of Mr. Harrison's money to your county-maof MHjfleld. aro about to persuade was true also of the conventions term, and this alMntelliient men whether he is merchant or farmer elaborate this proposition, the Resolutions of Respect. you will do as well or better than fact is patent to every intelligent him to run for tho stnto senate oflSCO. 18G1, 1303, IS72 nnd 1870. know. you can in any other cily or coun and thoughtful man in Kentucky, in this district. Pressure is also Tho convention of 187C which Last year tbo Domocrate Buffer ty. If we are "hard up" and bare whatever may be his opinions whtra, Tuplar (Jrore ehsreh an J being bronght to bear on Judge nominated Snmttol J. Tildon for ed nt the ballot-boby reason of no money to buy what we need upon questions ofpolioy in nation- Sunday School art ealltJ to raotnn the lees, v.-iiQone, or tnia place, to en by dsath, of one ot lie noel leeed aad icr iuo race, unin or ineso are President, and Thomas A. Hen- the hard times, drouths, cyclones, do we go with our tale of woe to al government. Frankfort Capi- nsefal members, Ma Mallu I'Aasia Do we not go to tal. Duaaowa, who dltdat her home on June nlilo men nnd both nro for 'sound dricks for Vico President, which low price of wheat, So., Sc,, nnd thoatrangerf ll, ISM. Hbe wat a faithful and ile- -oither would enliven wns known as tho great reform now that tho tido has turned, and our neighbor aud get what ns voted wife, a kind and adeeilonate motAsriblx MnrprUett. T; everywhere laughing prosperity wnnt on time ; Let us bo conCRia. MALKta, rrtel. JwaS . C7S;Ll, 7. TtWU tbo senatorial nice." V.'. convention or the Domooratio answere loving slslsr, and a true friend, er, joyously to tho hand of sistent, just ami charitable. All 1 had a eerr eetere eold eo ay lune loved by all whs knew ber, the was InA colored woman in Guthrie, parly, demanded the resumption of honest effort, why should not things being equal let us pntrou-iz- that eautrl bioch Dorenffa and tn me deed a light In ber tome and In the O. T., awnkoued n few days ago specie payment, but didn't say n every Democrat hold up his bead, our borne people. A mercbnnt coniMeraMe uoeatlnrii In rriarJ to the ehnrch, but God In lilt Infinite wltJcm, remit' a;Mr.T. U Smllb, of Olllrrea, hat railed her (tome, and wt mutt humoat of n sound sleep that had word nbout free coinage nt 10 to 1, anu snout tor urover Cleveland has no right to expect the called my altea-lllasted a Httlo more than three of the people of the com- - Itaa. lo "A Iscal drugg' Con jh Remedj(and bly bow In tubmlitlnn lo bit bivlue will and tbo mitcrriued and uncoil- did .it say any thine ChainUr latn'e Resolved, by the and Sunday 0tmjuattam'.(Straugo uiuniy in which he lives unless On Ma retoniraendalton t lata ih rtmr.lT tcliqol. that In tbt chateb our tnUveJ ,.,.... 'mmn . 19 uwHKen iter 'were of Si. wasn't ir. inai in tlio mer or nor one Cviifielciif ofV iflBfy. TS paTrelV- ' nuu'rtwi'astirsie in isrn ari." 'Ji u umawr, ami our atarlo go out m T When she nwoko alio quietly got I Xatlonnl convention Immodintoly la !.... iuistitntions is to build and iOoent bottle for tale b T. T. b(Tiy i sympathy with lha loving hubind aad up and started nboitt tho house following 1873. nothing was Mr. Cbas. R. Long, the nowly np your otru community. ,ut' the (our dear Hull girls whom God 'i'o said us though nothing minimal had has Ihui bereaved. elected Chairman of the Demo- uencllt the peoplo of tho town la about it f) Is not much danger, says Though our hearts art male td by Ihii occurred. She did not kuow she to onhauce tbo property in it as I.. There SI IIPI.IS ASO IVDIVIDED PROFITR Tho noxt national convention cratic Stnto Central Committee iinu iieu n nsioep longer than ovor nvpelti .Mirror, of the teach sillicilon. we can lo comolitloc, tay to well ns the countv In which it " the loved onet night, nnd though tho doctors whioh met in 18S0, and which nom- in speaking of tho chances of is situated. la not everv acre 0ror:dl)roe88lo,,C0'iB over crowd- - onlycroMed that wife and innthtr ba Solicit. bn.lne... Wo offc. u.e most Liberal Accommojatl ons over Iht Hlvtranli, were ablo to give her but littlo inated Hancock and English, de- Democratic succeas In November, ground in 8helbv countv worilii0"' 8. lu"B ua v wua exnmlnalions on the bright Cilettlat Short, ".r8wuOI"l?,ie,U. ViU KwtabH.li.d nourishment do ring ber long sleei clared for honest ugHiey, consist- says: more than It would be if Shelby continue to got hurder. Tho noil sorrow It unkuown, and parilnge arehirt rrinclples. no cy adopted by tbo educational au- more, to be again reunited with hulbaod bud urn noi seem in any way ing of gold, silver and paper con"We will win by tho biggest vine was half the size it isf thorities will weakened. allow oulv a survi- ml dear little onei, wbeo God ahall call vertible into coin upon demand. majority of ten years," said Mr. Would not land be worth more if tbeo hemp. Then came the Greenback con- Long enthusiastically. tbe town was twice tho size it Is, val or the fittest. Applicants Angulehed heard, Oh For the first time in the history '! think vention that nominated Jas. B. the ticket and platform Ib a com- aud would there not be a greator overy where are murmeriug or tho UoM bath whispered of ttlll thy beating, 0. BALTZEB, It. T. TYMSK, M. II. 811 AW, of the state the First cougressiou H. n. BlIKvAlliii a meeting, ul district has two representatives Weaver, in the samo year, which bination that leaves no man nn ex- demand for that which Is pro- - recent bard examinations and tho Above the etarry dome of Heaven bright, A. A. FAKIS. W. A. SHUCK, J.W. COW'QlLtv reports show that on an average Where as farewell worde art troktn. on the Democratlo State ticket. dtfclared in favor of a legal cur- cuse for sulking or bolting the uuceu on tuo larro j jn oonclu R. T. Tyler, of Fulton county, and rency, and tho unlimited coinage party; tho Democratic forces will sion is not the increase Iu tbe auoui ininy per cent or the ap- And lovt't tlet are never broken. Reaolvtd that a etpy of Ihett retetn Henry 8. Hale, of Graves, adorn of silver as well ns gold. In 1881 bo thoroughly organized in evorv population of the town contin plicants failed to pass at all, and tlont be furnithtd bertaved family the ticket that will bo presentod when Grovor Cleveland was first connty In the State; the ngcres- - gent on the increase of tbe vol not more tban ten per cent of and that the IllckmanthtCourier a and ttiem certifio the Domocrntlo voters in Nov- nominated, the convention said, slve campaign that we will wage uma of bnsiness in It f Study cates. obtalnod Recorder be resetted to rublUh the -- we Iu Christian eonnty ont same. money, the win urine out every Democrat on tuese questiona eareraiiy aud ot oeiteve in uonest ember, nnd this district will givo of W. M. Suaw theirf a majority never before gold and silver coinage of the election day. Tbo Republicans your actions bo your answers to gotabout fifty examitiod only one I a first class certificate. I Com. Mrs. W. (. Khaw, Iu equaled. IJotb of theso gontle-me- constitution, and n circulating hnvo been blowing and blustering them. We are confident that they Hopkins 1 Mn. L P. TnaiLKfLn. oonuty will be in accord with oar views mcututn ore clean, having never convertible Into such nbout Kentucky being n, Repuband thirty odd failed to pass. to any political ollqne or money without loss." In 1888 lican State, and we intend to aud that tho people of this city Dealer to ring, aud will add material tho Democratic party said nothincr show them a trick or two. Our and county will agree with n that This policy cannot be otherwise than gratifying to teachers who strength to the Stuto ticket. in its piaiiorm nuoat goiu or Bil organization this year will be the charity begiunetb at hosae." DE0G3. BKDICINE3. FUNIS AND DIESTU?fl have adonted the nrofesalon an ver. unt the Republican pnrty most thorough that we have over I'dditcaJi Sunday Visitor. lire work. It cat off those who sold it was ''in favor of tho use of had; tn fact, wo havo nevor needSocUln's Arnica Sain. are incompetent, asaoncr whieh The Republican State platform both tnctols as raonov. and con- - ed much of an organization In this Tat Beit Salie lo l be world HICKMAN, KV. for Cole, wo generally flnd 4s remarkable for Its brazen at- dermis the Domocrntlo that class who (8TLOUI3 SUUTHWRdTEBN RAILVT'V) adminis- atate, but when November of Bruleei. Soree, Uleera, Halt Rlieaae, Faver tempt to mislead, and if it wore tration in its effort to demonetize itt'jj borra, Tetter, Chapped Ilande. CbllUalne, use the profession as a temporary PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNOfeOs nn incorporated party tbo plain-tiff- silver," (which wua a Republican them rolls around wo will show i,orne, anu all Skin Eruptions, and intending after teach11 LUFF. in cold, stem ballots Just caret I'ilet, or no p required. ing a term or two to follow some to a suit for damages would campaign lio then, as it is now.) many good, loyal Democrats SUREVEPORT, there It it curnteed to glee talUfaobo awarded judement snnicient ino pinuonn oi calling. Tbe hard examinaTEX ARK ANA, laic ts too recent are hlddeu away in Kentnokv'a ion or money refundej.perfect wiS per othor will discourage frie to batikrupt every Rad iu the to discuss It meant sound money, hills aud valleys. tions those who 'FORT WORTH, U. A. UobCOMie. With such inon vi. roraaieor mean to teach only a short time. who subscribe to the falsi- and tho present Democratlo Ad- ns Bucknor, State Blackburn, MoCreary, SHERMAN, ties which his doreotivo platform ministration so interpreted it, nml Lindsay, Blsok, It requires too much labor In Stone, WACO, preparation for so short a service. contains. It is void of sincerity, iu harmony with ull previous Bronsou nnd Hardin, nud aBrown, STcKro Killed afcar score AMD ILL rotMTt III misleading and makes an attempt, Democratic Administrations. These temporary sojourners in of other younger mon upon the which will Tall short of effecting Tho Courier has boen going In- stump, preaching the truths of Thsntwtoftht killing ot one negro the profession increaso the com- Arkansas and Texas. nnd tbe wounding of another on (Saturday petition, thus lowering wages, and its purpose, to mako new con to the Kentuoky family of Domocrncy, (ho Requests by the flimsy stntomeut Texas friend for 3- years, and our JoBorsouIntiwill need something Uil, by Mr. Jaa. I Bragg, who lleei near reduce tuo general stamlard of for publicans TbratiKh Cwarhea that the school fonds havo boen this reasou our soltcttudo to turn stronger than their vlotorlea of Moieow, reached ut tklt wttk. From tne profession. rwllanaa Httl aieeiMr. misappropriated. 2fnJhlng could him back iu reviow of Democrat last year to what we can gather of the facta, It Fr Kerllwlwa; t'lmlr Cure, bolster ap their cour be, nothing, falser tbau (his im to History that ho may see that be ago. that Mr. Uragg had twj negroei, A sonthern editor talks to Conottting with through tralnt plication. brotuert, tmployed wilb hit Ihrether, sad bis delinquent subscribers In the It demands "a rigid did not loarn any 1Q to 1 Democto til points In Inspection of the books." that 8elurdtT Lo lirhrged lonoring style: "Wagons cannot So racy from the Coubibb. A Pica If arm ii y. laain. on me negro uetaanatd the aa of run alt h out wheels, boats without have we, so do wo. The books, Agalu, "incoiiBisteiicj" In Booty lu fact, nro rigidly oxnminoil dally. lie men ia even bolter than pul. Tbe following extract from tho that waa da him. Mr. Dragt tutd Ikn steaml ball frogs jump without perIhoy are to tho public, sistence negro that be had ao money with him, legs ok newspapers be carried on in error," and everything ia iu pure condi-lion- , young friend might well and our address of Hon. John D. Carroll, bnt would utile with him that everlastingly without money any Investi" aud tho pcoplo 0 not be gate if "silver bus not changed in calling tbe Democratic Conveneeem to MlUfr tbo negro more ttau a dog cau wag bis tall, lieve time tho administration of more In value" than any public tion to order at Louisville last and he beearae very iniolrnt and abntire, when he baa none Our sub. Mars, time table, rates and all inrnr. About tklt lime the negro't brother earns uio atate's ullulrs could be im- man has In opinions; nml, if senbsrs are good, bnt what good mstlon wilt be eheerfullr furnlahed ennp. if week, abould be read by every ap and remarked, dan't you tboot proved upon by the Forco Rill "changed conditions" doesso,not Democratlo voter in the State. the aon of a ," meaning Mr. Bttti. does a man's good do him when it iuiiBn io any agent or me company. party. Cadiz Telephone. sometimes justify "changed opin- It is one of tho strongest appeals wnereupon tae negro drew a pistol ami don't do any good! Ho thinks, M. ADAHI, t.lt.JUMKM Traveling Paaa'r Agl., Tlokst Agent, no uoooi.uiai every one bas paid ir ho will iuvestlguto, eyor made in behalf of harmony in thot at him four or fir timet, bat Now Hint the Louisville conven- ions." each tliot ralaatd lit mark. The except him. and as we CAIRO, ILI are oleyor tion has inudo us a platform to when wo visit Texas noxtSopteiu-bor- , the Democratlo negro lied, followed by Mr. Urate :, w. iMHKMimr., wo shall people nod his is a little matter, a. a. woikik. who had ia Ike meantime iteurej a pit stand on ami work, lot's go to to hear him confidently cxpoct "Wa know that ranks: Q. T. M. Osn'l Patt'r nnd Tkt. Agf. In unity there a lol. At shouting for Ihii Juncture tbe other negro it win snaas bo utnerence." work, not for office, but for tho ttrcniflli, ire know that In harmony there nicked up a pitchfork ST. LOUIS, MO. Homo Rule, and ttarltd after party, ami roll up that old titno Tbe editor can always write It tlctory, we know that in a party like Urarir. who. aeelac tha nrrro In nr.nii Sound Money, Domocralio mnjouty iu Kentucky uu ip, m more cheerfully of the business (OTeroaeni nee . Freo Trade, ..AM ft.l.l..llni. m.t K.f.I.I oiire, averr of bim, turned and fired, lha hall .Lib!. In November. Wo have a good when i.iiiii vi lav la a eeerr pioAnd protoctlnn to American clti- - neer enactment andpriHoipieo, comnmml. bitn on the forehead inflicting a alight interest! of a town filled bis colHokat--ticket that is becoming zens whorever wltb the and adjiitiiiient of eonHletlnt oplnlona, .ouu.i. mr, uragg men eontinueii bl, umns are liberally the flag (louts. nnu men wno nro nu and Dial unlean each aide holding adrerta purauii oi ins omtr ntgro otertook him udrertisements of the business and killed him. honor to the oflBoe to vrhlolt they JUpreunti the following Isadiog lews liooses. No editor can advocate i mniqi in yieiu a portion or nspirejtnen who nro aggressive, tbem, lliere cuuld nerer be any iexlelallon Old Po:ple. the dootrlne of buying from borne ' fur the State or rule for the government Wbcn an Iowa farmer went merchants unless tbe home mer- Fire Insurance Companies mon who are honest In purposo nun cnurogoous in notion. With Old peoplo who renuiro moilt. of partlet. botue of ua are gold men, into tbe Goltleu Rule store at chants show they are interested Aetnaof Hartford, ut are such mon in office Kontttuky nud ciuo to regulate tho bowels nml olliera are allerr men, but all of hialory Dubuqno tbo other evonfng to in catering to tbe home trade by l'hoenli, of Hartford, Democrala, frond of our parly, buy some lie laid he advertising In the columns of tbe Demoona-iSprlugleld, of .Matt., alike will sustain their kidneys will flnd n tmo remedy and ilv aoliloveiuonu; therefore hi iba io Hartford Fire, of Hartford, COAL! of tbo public cood, to promote a plpo down oil tbe counter. In n local newspaper. It ia depress- reputation and tho peoplo cnii iu Klcctric iiittern. This mediCOAL! COAL! rest with iho nSMir.tnan thnf Mm cine does not stimulate and cuwiiioa cuc, io win in noietnber a fow minutes be saw tlio host ci- - incr to the editor to and bnsiness rentujIyanU Fire, of Philadelphia, tpleodid rlclory, each ou)ht to be willing iiiuttion ortlroworks lio had ever u.uuii.uiai, ui Man lOTK, inn uoinmniiwealth Is In tho hands mon paironmng every advertising no whiskey nor other to conoeile to tbe olber the eame houetty witnessed. Tlio proprietor was fake mat comes alone, and at the Fireman's Fund,Norlh America, of I'blla., of those who nre capable nml eon- but nets iih a tnnio urn! of San Franolaco, Blacksmith and Undertaker of purpove and tlncerity of motives that ftcicntloUS. MllllV lV0M nn, nn PirrsiiURO, Manohmter, of Holland, It acts mildly on tho he cluliua for bliutelf, and meeting upon blown tbroupb tbe front door same time tbe names of those bnswitlt the astonished fnrnior a close iness men aro rarely, if ever, seen Muobanlca and Traders, of N. O Kentuoky; people outsido of her Ktonmr.li nud bowtda. mldinirl common grounJ Hand loftelber, tlUer HIOK3IAN, KENTUCKY. EUltEKA, couunos nro wntchlng tho results sireugiii itnti giving tono to tliu anil gold, ahaulder lo thoulder, to light si'coutl. Tlio clerks ma do lliulr in the advertising columns of tho They are fitmout for (air dealing aad prompt nnd liberal tttllument of loiten. escape through tbo windows and local uowspaper. Ex. In Novembor with peculiar inter- organs, thereby nldlng nature iu the political enemy of un all." you wast ILLINOIS LUMP, GIVE ME A TRIAL wlitn repairs o back ulley, nnd when tlio Dubudone, or Will Insuro Your Property at Lowost est. So lot ovory Democrat nnd tho performanco of tho functions. r. and ArlTIIItACm? Wagons, Sc. Horavthoolnf a spedalt, every friend of Democracy put his Kleutrio Hitters ia nn oxcollont Tni: women's n edition fad lias quo uro iiopartmont nrrlved tlio AateuiloN, Bate a ConsUtont with Security, I aUo keep a full line of out in tiow In any ijuantltlet deal rod. shoaldor (o tho wheel mid uhnw uppetizor nml ulda digestion. broken City, la., morchantspot. A store, filtlowiilk nnd nlloy were Rapid hau of. full of sky rockots, liouinn cundles Don't firgtt lo pay your Colter !x nt You can also wcure at this Agency n tho people how many ninro (lions-mi- OM people find it Just exactly ferod to allow Undortakor's Goods, Life , wllh to serpents nnd othor ones, iw I am compelled to tn'tle can the l'olioy In tbe heat company rot sai.b nv Common, llonawood, and Solid BUck Wall of Democrat than Repub- what they need. Price flU centf, rate his store tho Initios day ope iiowor-potsuy July ut. You Tititteet for one tare and in Iho world, nut uulllnn anu Uaaes, wbleh can Pestled licans thoro nre in Kentucky. ior bottle tit T, T. SwAYNK'a take the profits for tide in benev- Korgooua trails ofiu !iKht. The yghrtstf troubl by settling Immediately. up on short notice, and at THE MUTUAL LIFE, of Now York. FARIS & PARKER, farmer lost bis plpo the genoul Madisonvillo Hustler. Drug Store. I, II. JUIWIBIJ, olent work. prices. Give me a call. oxcitotnout, E. It. ELLI80.V, AE't, 21'Swliioknian, Ky, Hickjun, bberUrF.C. : : : ecntuokv Kit Shop near the Jail. is no gonU reason why the thinkm Stale Hennlar very much In nole lint holding c.tii llat eral ollice iinJer Clevrl.iud far two leruit tho Unitod States. ers, leadets and champions of lo represent llrnveo, lllokmnn and Fulhat made Mm r.l I from grace. When a Tho iron trade nlways said to bo both parties should not' bo in line, ton count lee In the neat General tin our titm Editor Warren mug-h- i to llie noliou of lie eubjscl lii democracy, ami annum tin id (ho barometer of real prosperity, of agreement nnd moot on planes Icaion U:.ii4KrAlle partj. ten frfi' ami unlimited olmcr ol ellver leads tho way, nml general bus- of friendship. It Is n common I ilii-- ratio or 10 lo I. Urollier, If you iness, including matitifactiiriiig prevalent idea of the average for Wnt nnd Dick. ie rl 'Id now, why Jid you teiHi in the voter that opposing candidates S.mi M.ircoi (Texntl IVnuicial. and foreign commerce, followH. wrnne? Lut therebe no sulkors In tlio Tlio statement tins lireii muile Tho thousands and tons of and campaigners nro nnd should Platbo nt tho point of swords. Donioorutlo camp. who nrrnlgn ho often tliHt tho "freo nml iitillm- - thousands of working people nro form combatants Ki:in your eye on tlio old G- It imI coinage of silver nt u ratio of not only employed, but their ench other so earnestly before ibraltar District. She's nil right i principle from public nttdiences or through the 1 R Hurrah Florida St. (or control of Stnto government. Tlio Republicans claim to embody Situ Frnnslsuo, suffered from it In their organization nil that is dreadful cold, nppronching conQUEENSWARE, SADDLERY, HARNESS, ETC. HARDWARE, wise In stale craftt pure in morals sumption, tried without result everything else then bought nuo nml just In government, aud HICKMAN, KY( Democrats ns dotlclout In bottle of Dr. King's New Dis- CLINTON STREET, covery nnd In two weeks was nil theso qualities, when placed in charge of governmental affairs. nnretl. Ho is naturally thankful. We could go into facts and figures; It Is such results, or which theso nre samples, Hint prove tho woninto tho Irrefragable data or into all the facta touching derful eillcnoy of this medicine In Highest Mnrkol Price will bo Paid for Beef Cuttle. his-tor- Staple and Fancy feaosjfies, 1. B. SKSTARD, " OID HXLIABLir tt, - y ) -- l tul IMIMuW m a m., -- CAPITAL STOCK $50,000. BIBHOTOBS. OPFIOB nl; y AIJCX-ANtiE- HIOKillAN WAGON CO., I i TT ni 1 Kama n i. x i HICKMAN WAGON, HICKMAN. KENTUCKY. HICKMAN, KENTUOKY. mpy,'t"l 1 e o Q I 1 w T. ITT 7 I ttk: - ,th HZCZMAXT B DIE.BOTOR ....... Paid Up Capital $40,000.00. t)u,ee. lo wait-le- g 1 first-clas- s Weal-tr- THE OLD RELIABLE. n d flfty-thro- e OHAS. A. HOLCOMBE, np-plie- COTTONBELT TO-P- INE make-shif- t, d - Mncw. Courier Job Office Is thoroughly equipped, and prepared to execute Job Work with neatness and despatch, - fr wide-ope- n MEXICO Bill Heads, erenln-Tblailldn- ol Letter Heads, j -- v- a iii E. E. Ellison, Note Heads, Statements, Envelopes, Ball Tickets, We Guarantee Satisfaction. Business Card. flre-wor- A. F. OLIVBft con-tnii- Intox-iunu- t, - Tni-Vmye- d - raUU . - - ,rf tjaaMaaMjjaM ' - .... .. . . ... 7. jSmmerit ," - .'ifni " " i "J-- r , a ill! M mil i.lill I.i.iii illiil,Mt rrf.-- mm , f. ,';4 kf-i- .i ' 3jig3lilffGQ!IGtltlf?!f!fB! J;W ;' ''-''- il'" r ' "M,'s ,.,.. , .. . .... . , ., .,,.,, , , ..., ...., i. ...,,.. ....... l(. sa..,., lJ.l.lLLil tfii.wtofc.aiaaMi rxTA . . .. a i .. a ii.i.wtwKiiap)WMBiHBtliwiiiiwriiwiiiifcliii a --c: Z$4 -- :.ie; Ktllrauri Time Tithlc Ttsln I Porsonals. Mrs. Dr. Wpiiy, of Unloii Oily It vldltlug her cifuBlir, Mrs. W, M. Tutu N., 0. A Hi. l,KAVs,ir , No. i, Ios r.' Nu, 4, h. It. K. AtllUVKd-Trai- SalSSSaSS ' IP mb- -- I "Kiaciiaaai TCJZMI. 'Jin .i' - jtMamsyrr ttrtmvnr.iu is i.WMESMi.tii niMn awaao Council Proceedings, Hickmak, Kt., Julj 1st, 1805 Council root lo reculnr aesiion Pre-- ut Mayor billon, Councllmen Wssro, Cowyll, raltier. Smith, Sindera and IUIm Die niinntu ol tbeUtt rtpular mcsllnc snd nf a called meeting held June Will", were read, or atd kljncl. The following aeooiinte were d properly pprni-.l- , which on nmilnn were allowrd, and clicoks ordered laiuej for tho 'J'bll going oortL, and with llic N. N.4 M. V. t fadaoab Juno Hon coins north and thrNsnUirn going ncinlh. aocoui-notatio- lie L. 4, Mu. l, f. r. IJilu a, M imin av, iw, sro n read in a k aIsms auBkcltnn ulil. Walker. N. at MoRenil n LOCAL NEWS. -- Water I llonil tho Council procoodingri. Tho com crop la yory prom, lamp. Tlio danger from Oro la ureal. ly tllmlulahed. Wo novor miaocd tlio wutor till Hi noils mnl back on us. -- Tliero wnn n hurbocuo on SuHaufrus Kldgo TuoBtlny. We've got moro wntor mid better water limn wo bad before. lajrUo to Swaynk'i, Drue of Union City, wcro In the city Wcduusdity. , Mra. Miuiilo of Cairo, III., Is vlaltlng hor mother, Mra. It. Uluaur, or thla city. Mra. T. A. Lcdford Iiiih ro tiirnud from a visit to rclativoH ut Hoarlug Bpriuga, Ky. MIhh Niinuio Tlioiniisnon, of lirooKHViiii', l'lii., is Mflltlng her alslcr, Mia. Itichard Smith, of linn city. Kan,. .1. F. Manoao, of tlio Cayco ncluhliorhooil uaaa plona-nu- t caller at the CuUKlHli olllco Tacaday. Taj-lor- at Kenton, Toun. Moaarfl. J. D. nnd W. O. MIphos Jonnlo nnd Mogglo McOtilolien mo vloiliiig relutlvoa Mil-Inr- I 1 M .012? MASY DEALERS fiELL TI1KM, DUT a tfm33ti C5 ' tocl Gnat CPa &mml v 1 M il 11 ii mi Llw 2U lMaMfBWaWliaJallllP. m SALE I Mra M. I. Fauna Mlaa Leoito Htoro for FINK lUlLliT SOAl Fiiqiin, and Miss Ivio Deliow, of Who la It that would bo willing to do without water work tins city,Innro vlhltlug Mra. l'ortor Fulton. Wcaks, uow I of Qotbir IS NOW IN FULL FORCE, $15.00, 818.00 and 820.00 Suits now go for . J m Will sell tl.em CHEAPEN than anybody ckc FOR THE CASH.' amountli C. C. Smith, amount ptd for clean- Hals and Gents' Furnishings the same way. Ins hose, box factory fire, $ 1.C0 It 13 A.W HO SI 12 ror nam, losks, ole, 1 It X 012 01 ii. niKnanan, 3.20 K. II. llllUon, for insurance on ra(rr Mcn'i Oil Grain Congrc Shoes, $1 00 and etcLtrlo If slit building, mv 1 00 eblnery, eln, SO 60 Men's Heavy Rucl:la Shoes, W. II Wicker, .listing pri.oners, 1 00 i 80 Men's Veal Hals., A. SV. Lindsay, City Attorney, comLadies Glove Grain Utitton Shoes, 100 missions on fii.es for June, 12.90 Ijndiet Oxfonle, Street py roll for June, 75 000 The City Mnrshid preaeutel Ms report White Shirts, Laundriod, 60 for niootli of June, showing amount col Good Heavy Jumpers, . . 35 Iccttd on fine. S4;i05. Amount collected Call and see us at Cnycc, Ky. Vc want your trade I on laxc. Ga 05: Total $100 10. For nhicli J. . tjl &, aQa TkT aaaaJ a&a WabaaWatBfaSaisSaU saH at 3 IMS 3EKL1E"- -, . BB.AT.T.WV , o" Til Kill ..... ... .. ..... ... be filed Treasurer's receipt in full. Tbo City Treasurer filed his report of Hie uenenl tund account for the mouth nf Judo shooing balance on band June l't, 03 07 I'ald Into treasury by K. E. Millet, f S83 J. W. ejafa. rJT J3Ki ah ESs CAYCE, KV. City Marshal, U803 Paid into treasury by City Clerk on rtl!Uge, 07 60 Dy IE ilk. 3D - fi' ,, former citizen of Iliukman, wna iiiHirlcd to Mlaa Dixie Hull at Union City lalt week. Mr. John Nootion, of Fulton, wna in tho ulty Inat Thursday. it la threaded. llo wua uonoinpnulod Itnnio Uy Boo the Quarterly report of hla nlotcr, Mlaa Mary, who will Hickman (link published la this Issue, epoud sovural days. jt sptske far Itself. Mr. Don Thomaason nnd wife, ajr.'l Louvca of llrcad for 10c. ofltrookavlllo, Fla.,nie expected t'rcitui llicud for 15 con la, ot to leit rolntivoa utid friends in Wm. F. UKYKU. thla city within tlio next fuw days. Thvy nro uow vUltiug nt Maiden, Mr. llolit. Holm has aoonrod tho contract for building a now Mo. ucliool houaeln Madrid Deud. A most cnjoyablo lawn party The water works tnntinl wna wna iriven In honor of Mlaa Fan Tuesday Hue l'lathcr, of Hickman, Ky., romfUl J and lh pump ltrt evening-- , end w how have aler in Inat Friday night by Sir. utul Mra. abundant. Jlto. Bomnnca Ht their homo on Kn one la run so liurd na tho Fifth atrcot. Oblou Drmnurat. younK man who la toiuc to tench hla best uirl how to ride tho bicyu o o a cle. X2 s fow Hnmmocka left, 9eSotno wtiich wn will clnao out very cheap. WlMJO.N'8 KlKlK BlUUK. Tho pioaprnta for nn nbnii O O Ci Cj 5 S a 3 M k'. ilaut yield of nil kinds of O Q k crnpa in thla county wcro nover e ,, 3 O belter. M U. S I. X Kev. V. D. Nowlln will i O 0 the pulpit at tho UnptUt Church In Union City 8utnlny mid H tin ilny uljjht. fc o t a 3 5 -w S A married mnn la not nccra-rnrlla c a wlieuliimu juat Iicthubo he ia compelled to wheal the baby out lu u curriuo. A parly of young folka pic The lido of frado la coming nicked at Comba Spring ycatcr our way thcao autnmor dnye. Uaah day. low prlcea and doalrnble mcrchau-i.iaDon't forget tho suppor nt does tho work. tho court honsQ yard Tuesday Ror. W. II. l'.vnns will f - tent meeting nt tnuton, begin crcnltig. liicR. Eld. J. d. Corpeuiug, of man couuly, oil Hcpt, 7th nud Union City, will preach at the contiuuo until tho 10th. Ilaptiet church lu thla city Tho 'City Council, Monday Kpv. mornliifr urn! night, (msned mi ordinatico rnia Corpoiiiug is a good preaohei", and lug pmIooh llcrnsa from 1700 to we nxpoci our ponpie 10 give uini and after thla dato. n Roud eongregatlon. There wne general rejolrtuir Tho board of Directors of fcfO lh tacnj ur ptopl wnlir work Hickman Hank have declared uiu4 liriJ up TutvJ fonj W llirtr bpiiiI uiiiiiiiit A nnr nntit illvl. retlli-what ll lit lo U witkcitt Art ai dead, and passed two thouaaud I(ko tki. rtcltcllon nlihls tli ilollnrri In mirtilim nrpnimt. Thla . Jndcing from the number la Certainly a good showing, nud who went to Hornby 1'oiid yester- aprnks well tor tlio oiun.fctuont day, tho bnuka must have beon of that Institution. lined with flahcrtucu from otio cud Anchor Lino captains have to tho other. been out down lu wages from $150 The Council, nt Its mrethig to l'r, hond clcrka from 6110 to Monday night, ngreod to roleaeo 100, unites from $100 to $80, chief Mensra. II. A. Tyler & Bona from eugiuoera from CI 00 to tnxca on their now box factory tl)0. No reductions lu wages for a term of Ore year. wero mndo on second clorks, id Waliop McCloeky will bo In loin uml carpenters. lllcUmuu on tho 3rd Bunduy In The Ladles Aid Society of thla mouth, and our U.itlinlio tho Methodist church will give an friends nro looking fomnrd to Ico crenm supper at the court hla coming with pleasure. houaoyard uu next TucNdav oven von wont n nlrn. rnntln log, commencing nt 7 o'clock, Indiob' liorre, n nice, clean Uuggy, lively body invited to ntteud uud ovcrjlhiug In atilo, go spend n pleunnut cvoulug. to J. I). Prlco'a livery atublo ami Hntnrday n week ago nn got it. visited Kow Madrid, BlinkTim rnmnlnilr nt llm Pnlilln ing tilings up quite liiely. Tho tlocl Fund du tit Iracbenof till coun-I- Itecord h.ijs (hat it will soon send bX the eountjr I'lrer. a reporter "down below to find "tu H lck. the cause of thuno local disturbt?fu " "T"' t tlncs lo tLcir ertdii ances, which boo in to bo getting will -- ii.T tlpl for tAUt at one. harder na tho years go by." 12 Tho rcoont ralna will prove ir untold vnluo to tlio funuora of thla aeoHou. Mont of our farmers nro ilia, ptialug of their wheat ua auou us Mr. rims. II. Morohnd, a Total, amount checks pftlJ, 314 J2 311 39 Mffillll), lt $12.00 nnd 815.00 Suits for Dsl. to credit Gen. Fund aet July 1, S 83 list, lo credit City Hall ac't, 41e The Cltr Clerk filed the following rrftrt tit rstrtnf tinil 1tViii tutAhi. r ik city for ibo two quarters ending Jun 30, Has his store, where can bo found a fall line of - Staple and Fancy Groceries, 30 30 40 30 18 20 lbs First Quality Biofl 4 packs Arbuckle Coffee IK. Ileavy &7 Pants, and SOI reduction in -ranno.i nrinioi. nii'i.oMArt. At the competlllie sisralnatlon of for Kraduniloo in lb common erhouls, held Juno 27th and 2fllh, the foU lowlnf diplomas weie granted: Misses t'arrl and Edna Ntwgent, J'alsstlne Srnonl, Mstrtol No. i Jas. It. Sains, Tay. lorHohool, District .No 3. Mils Carrie Newgrnt nsJe an average of OS per cent, upon Hie examination and recslvta lb, appnlntinsnt to tb four year's eouraa at And M. College, at Lexington ta Ibe connty beneflcinry. Thpntbern reeelte an nppolnlment. of on year each to the Normal Df pari rue nt of Ui aau collecc 0. . WILSON. - i Boys Suits. nn Go mud see him. n! lAP CI 1.10 hr Cilt Marshal on taxes. Paid by Oily Marshal on eidtwstks, 1 1 00 Beat Grade N. O. Molasses 1'std by Supt. Oemelery. 05 00 1 doz. pt. Tin Cops I'ald ty Ciiy Clerk on privilege, 1,047 75 1 doz. qt. Tin Fruit Cons wr,L' at' nAItDWAllli,Tti;VAttE.QUEBNSWAR13, IlAnSliSS I Here are fw ot hit prlet- 29.HtorOABlh 20 lbs Yellow Clur. lbs Eastern Gran. Sugar 8nar 0tmMmimtmm 1.00 !,( LOO J " ,.. Tot1, Smttfa, ElUsott & q. Tho order of tho Knights of Honor, snya tbo Commercial Appeal, is one of tho grandest Institutions of its kind in this or any other country. On tho .'50th day of June, 139.", it celebrated its ttfotity-aeconanniversary of tho Institution of tho order. It has n membership nf 120,000; total amount of benefits paid to the widows and orphans, over $50,. 730.000. The beat fen turn of thn order la tho prompt payment of death claims, which is thirty days nfter proof of death. The order has n new rale of assessment which every young man should take advantnjru of. ft very member of the order should cot one of tho last circulars, just issued, nml rcatl it suU be will profit by it. Let caoh member put his shoulder to tho wheel nnd let this new term be one of active work, over rcmctnlierlnj: t lint while trorhinj for ths increase of steoj bership, you nro at the aamo ttmo insnriui: the prosperity of tho nnd mnkluc sure tbo protection thntyou havo placed ovor jour homos. d 1 Unit upon examination el books nd papers of the City Treasurer thai be bas paid nut from Jan. 1st to June 30in IK'Jj 3,407.50 Leaving balance In treasury July $3,41033 A 1 Gallon Dottle Pickles 90 Headquarters for Thresher Supplies, Bacon, Lard, Flour, Meal ate. No trouble to make prices or show goods. Go and see kin art OAYOK, KY. ' S3 I oc-cttp- y ' dee s i- -- y o Hun-ilii- v ult-li- t. Daring sermou by Dr. W. T. Bolllnir, at tho Hill street Methodist church in Lexington Sunday night ou "Spiritual Cowardice," In which he raked hia Hock over the coala for fuiluro to aid in tho suppression of modern ovils nnd oorrupt legislation lu State aud tuuuicipni administration. Thorns D. Woodruff, a yoang Insurance ronn, nroso nud bocan to take tbo to tnnk for revsrend Donuty his remarks. ShciifJ UoEzell was in the church and put an cud to Woodruffs remarks by ushering hltn out. Hicholasvillo Democrat. of the city the report marshal, city treasurer and city clerk were reid, ordered received and Bled. Messrs. H. A. Tyler k Sons, having signified their intention lo rebuild tbelr box factory recently destroyed by Are, it Wo hre glad to nnnounce that is by a unanimous vote of the couocil, or dersd and directed that the new building Messrs. II, A. Tyler & Sons hnvo when completed, ant alt machinery becommenced work preparatory to longing lo, and used In the same, be, ami Is hereby from rebuilding their box faclorr, which .itlon by eierapl for the ment or tax. the oily term of five years from and after the year 1895. was destroyed by Oro last wcok. Hie following ordinance Ou Monday morning a Inrge force and lead lo the Council: was presented lis ll ordained by the Connoil of lbs of men Were pat to work clearing City of Ky , bs it away the rubbish, etc., from off unlawfulHickman, person Thatthrowsbsli Ibe for any In lo the grouuds, and tho work of re- Mississippi river, or upon the biols of the ssuie, at building will comtnenco as soon street and the any point between Obion Bittern corporation line, as the material can bo scourod. any filth, deid ctrcaiises, or other oflenslve matter. Anyone violating this ordinance The uow building will be some shall lie fined not less tbnn 15.00 or more what larger than the ouo do Iban JiO.OO for each oflenco. stroyed, aud the machinery will This ordinance to take effect from and after Its publication, bo placed in each manner as to On notion raid ordinance was passed turn out n larger amount of work by the unanimous vote of the council, or. dsred spread upon the records and pub than before, 1st 1806. On motion 283 Itox i'aclery ie he Itebullt. Attention, Farmers! Binder Twine, Pure No. 1 Lard Oil, Castor Machine Oil, s. Stock Peas, 3BB Buggy Harness, Saddlery, &tv,fcc o "AM safecod IMoSasxieL "VJESvoiry DEPOSITED WITH Y i'iile'' important Industries, giying em ploymont to n large number of men aud boys aud circulating thousands of dollars in tho com munity every year, honce wo re. joico to see it rebuilt. thus tnnkiiig tho new uantd. plant far superior to the old ono. Attest, To Dn.rN, 6r This is one of Hickman's uioBt W, L. HcCfTciiea, U C. Mcyor. The Mutual Life Insurance Co., "? en liOW-Croui t ! learapee Sale! C Ii O Collon Wholesale E A 11 l Almost 1) V rrkes arc , 1 J'inifs A It r O N C Higher . The following ordinance was also pre senteJ and read to ibe councils in it cms in -- il ny tue cuuucii ol eseay sax 5? rrr? City of Hickman, Ky., that tho license lo sell splritous, vlnons, or mall liouors within this city shall be One Thousand Comes hack lo you or vours witli more dollars added to it, no matter Dollars per annum. how long youjivc. A rolicy in tins vJornpany not only secHfe This ordinance sbalt lake sffcol and be certain aud sure protection lor your loved ones in the event ol in force from ad after Its rubHeation yout early death, but also provides a tund tor your own use should and alt ordinances. or carta of ordltiknc-- a I1YI y iii t naaaa saaa la conflict -- llU tbla twkiW un motion saUl ordinance passea by I'BItSriBINQ aUt youf Tkatt lbs unanimous vote of the council, and IT WILL PAY YOU to investigate the plans of tin's The Btd of PLAVKO OUT ordered spread upon the records and pub. alt the Companies, and ED. Ii. ELLISON, Ageut, will aid yoa COOL llsneu. IICALTMFCI. in any investigation that you may wiah to make. Attest, Tow ntti tomtMnj ItHFRCSIIINO Tom Pillok, Sr., Mayor. INVIGUKATINC IV. L. McCvkiics, C. C. tod will run IT AT 0011 Tbo committee on building waterworks tunnel reported Ihst the work was progressing satisfactorily. t-- Ii y-a- u 11 at Un motion lbs Council adjourned. We r not stingy with onr Ice, there, W. L. McCirrcuEK, C. C. Attest, ore our Soda Water ia always m cool si niOKMAIf, KY. Ita can make It, We uso the bnt natural l fruit juices, our drinks are ADJOINING COURIEIl OFFICE, Special to tho Trade. Offlc with R. S. Murrell. B19 dellofiias. lo wa n' "i"" vt ii ay nfi e&l2r"' SODA FOUNTAIN. coDso-uut- LANG & lllDDLE,! z.TAiLons,m : A A. W. LINDSAY, o o ra r i: a A Ii Good Half E O N Our Prices S O K C'OVtttlXIj A COIVGIU,. Vtict! S Clnjtou K(iiiin. E Values. tyIf II are . firat-olaa- s onrtli-quak- e Lover rIJ na nn ! not tnarrv n vonn,? iiv Bll0 bocauae alio loved him too much. -- c ucriiuiiiy n good rcuaou. -- Tho Uulon City Dlatrict Con ICICIICO Of tho Mctlimllat ..l.nrnl. will bo hold at Tlptonvllle, Toun., on mo leiu inat. A iiumuor or delegates will atteud from this place. d llr garo '"' ik Parlies who havo boon in tlio habit of throning fllth nud garbage lu tho river will do well lo read tho nrdlunnco passed by tho Connoil Monday night in regard to tlda matter. If wo would havo good, puro wnter wo must sou that this ordiuuuuo is enforced. FANCY NEGLIGEE SHIRTS, Jte 6f r t i1 ' cd by firo laat week. WTWheii you como to Hlekmnu to court, don't full to look for J. J). 1'rlco'a now llvero, ffod and nalo atabio. Plenty of good water Kver thing Is first nml feed. class. Como mid ago. Ycaterdny wns tho glorious fourth. Tho day wan observed in vnrloua wuja by our cltizuua. Boino went ilahliig, whllo ouito a number altcuded the bicyclo rneea nnd ball gamo nt Uuiou City. Hotu bnd nnd good Inck enmo lo tho Tyler family In ouo day. Whilo Dlok Tilor wns being nomi, nated for hla brother Hoiiry'n bos factory burned ut Hickman. Frankfort Capital. Tho trnatPPB of Common School District No. 7, Ihiu oouuty, will let out a contract for the building of n now achnol IiouNofor Bald dlsti let. For par. tlculara, apply to W. A. Naylor, Cayce, Ky, Mr. Jas. A.Tnto, of Niishvillo, Toun., will dellvor n tomporunoo lectiiro lit this city Ho comes highly rccpmmondod na tin orator and christian gentleman. Luoturo at City Hall. Xo minus-aiou- , JJverjbody luvftcil. LlQUtonniit-Qovoruort. trnstoes of tho M. E. uiiurcn nar? ottloiJ with tho lu. company, nud wm pro. Mirauco reed nt nnco to robuild their church Itonao, which woa destroy, Tlio a Now ofTeats In shadings and fmnrfin bmninninHat liite ill town, 0O0 to ri.su SANDUK8 & P.IOK. 8. Jfcans Iktn Cut prices at tlic Cash Arc Bargains now. onou nioro. AIAj 05o I'.hiu Camlet and Cotton Cut Ibices now are slaughters. Wo l.avc cut tho prices on several Worstt'tl PanU now go at style of 82.00, $2.25 and 82.C0 Cents. Ladies Low Cut Shoes to ALL ?1.25 and 1.50 fine Straw Hats, your choico at One Seventy-Five- . Special Values at 98c. S1.25 and One Dollar. $1.60. Don't wait. Sizes will ALL Misses 'and Children's $1.00, toon bo badly broken. ?1.25 uml 81.60 Straw Sailors your pick uud choico (or Tun Polish and Tan Leather clean Eer, 10a to 25c. Polishes of Seventy-Fiv- e Centa all kinds. ALL lloysCoo ami 75c "Globe" Special Values in Hose Tans and Waists iluwn to Blacks. npmrn. TTifr.v Sll0tM nc Choice lino of Light, Fancy, Soft Wc ew ! AVo havQ all wo udvcrtii. UccIIcco Shirts at 60c. M.r. J. O. Dames and S. II. fionicr, of ilickuiiu, bae a contract for buildinc Shoes and Slipiers, nnd iu order sstrrsl hauv. for Messrs. Riggctburg & to rednco the stock will sell nt n Sons, iitlclr mill near this plan-- , and ns ibey sre cry fast workmen ibey will i eduction instead of an advance. soon hire iLo plaec looking like a small I want to make room for tho full town. stock. Now try my price and Tbrr was a big Gili fry at Walnut Los, goods to satisfy j ourselves. Lake, on lbs llli. Qulle a on Itttlfoot 0 II. O. AMiiEna. Isrgs crowd wss In atteodance, and every21-1- 1 Ail Leather has advanced in IIIOKMAN, to 50 per cent, there-forprico from Shoos will be higher prico. I hnvo ii very largo assortment of Mens, Ladies aud Childrons '-'5 o - KENTUOKY. R. T. TYLER, w Attoniey-at-La- J. M. WITTING, DEALaTR IK Office up. stairs over Hickman Dank. Will clvo attention lo business Intrust ed to bitn In any of the State Courts. STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, TOBACCO, CIGARS, ETC. Fifty thing parsed oft' pleasantly. Dou't fall out with your Water I'n scarce anlolo at present, but Mr. lilfgelburg says he will soon hire neighbor because ho differs from IIIOKMAX, KENTUCKY water la abundance if money will secure 3011 011 the financial question. it.. He has a Urge band roll) near here, God constituted us to have difand ll a thorough going business man. ferent views, nnd it is nu exceed, Office over Oowglll & Oowgill'a It ll bit intention lo manufacture spokes. Drug Store. at eojn as lis gels bis mill to runulug nil ugly small man whose intolerance DR. S. K. DAVIDSON IDentistn ATTORNEY-AT-LA- My Stock la always Krssh and Complslr, and I iorile lb p nblit ta eoBX and ne m. Cash paid for Country Frsdue, - WlUlng's old stand, Cllntoa HICKMAN, KY. Btr, A. S. RQSEDALE, ARTISTIC PH0T0SRAPHEH, CLARK'S f'lH ocjck 3j.mJHC adrvrllaeratnt of MtMm ltonr bJ Uradltr. CaTO. Kr . to bo found la 11.:. lun. ibM younf mrn line rtccntlr npnd flrtMlai tlork ot Sbflra and Furnltlilna. anl invite their frluudi la call and rxaiaibo tlioirawid and prleo. Tbry irc otlo jroiiuu man, uJ nt prcilot for (lim a luccmnful builncet carter. Wo direct attention to th SANDERS Hickman will soon bo con uected with our Bister towns by telephone A new lino Ir being put up connecting us with Union City, and from tlion co It will run to Fulton then to MclCenrlo aud thonoo to Nashville via Jackson, Toun. During tho year it is the Intention of tho company to con ueot with the prlucipui cities norm and uust. Miss Susie Groves n nrom Inent youug lady of llrowueville, 'leiin., wna snot ami aertously wounded by her fuihor ouo day last week. Hor futlier was in loading u pistol whoa il was accideiitly discharged, tho ball entering the young lady's right eye. At IuhI ncoounta ahe-wiih alive, bnt no hopes wero en tortnlncd for her recovery, No mnttor how mnoh your local papor may talk up tho of tho town if tho poo plo do not seo thn woruhnnts do lug Homo of tho talking In Ha ad vertisiug columns thoy go some where oluu to trade. Tho people of this day nud tlmn rend nil tho advertint'inuntu before tlmy buy, because they have learned that it la to their hitoroat'to do so, on-gag- naia:jLi wvojuju Sf alu-ay- RICE. ll, run over by a train of enrn on the Mubllo & Olilo railroad, on Tut'dajr ovenluit Ul, Poiueliero bcintn MOfiow aau Arllos'nn, and on Wdna. luy moruinp tille Itlnix ooqiotih! lo UU bono In tlili city, dlcl. It is sup. poocd Ikal ba wan attempting lo board lh Iralu and fell under Ilia rfatela. Hi rinlil arm and let woro eruilicd la eucli a manner an lo render amputation none, lary. Mr lid bien lo 0tlro, Ilia , and ll I llinugbl be wji working bli way homo. a ofthli city, Jim Upahuw, a colored mnn On our first pago will bo found tho plotiiroa of lloua. Wut Hardin and It. T, Tylor, Domooratlu cnndltlHtea for Uovernor and Lloutonant Governor of Kentucky. Tho picture of Mr. Tyler is not a good 0110, and doubtlOHs many of his friends will fail lo reooguiro It, bin oh Mr. Tylor la not making tho rnoo 011 hla good looks, wo will ask our rondnra to Biispcud Judgment on tlio piotn.ro, and go lo work to elect tlio ticket by uu orunvholming majority, on-tir- o j i"oUuiiing Country, Wm. F. Geybr. the llakcr tho IlUCK Hints. I will run, in connection with Ibis only oue who has over sucoooded Horses and MuKs for ssls, Hiifys Was. Id Ulokiuan, Ky., for imsiiy years, and Carts. Hatrtti. l'bnloni ons and Spring Wagons, rsmember nbat is situ llvtug and has run his oakI sell tou nil! be the ssme that I uso my- ery for C years; theroforo you Wo have plenty of now Wheat 'self In my stable. Ifyouwsnl auytbin must Bay his bread nud other goods , . n,n in tois line come nun ifo iuo h.ive good reputation. Ho uow Hairs on hand, and will furnish treat you right, Mills 6 cent loaves for Hi cts. you any quantity desired. J. 1J. PIIHJK. Smith, Km.i&on & Co Yon get 3 loaves of Bread for 10c, and Cream Bread, lOo loaves, 2 Marble Works, loaves for 15 conts. A big cut in Bread. Gall and see him nnd iiicmii'v. ttv get your inoucv's worth. For tho next Thirty D.iys I will lady who given proeeut to every a The to bo held comes to my storo and makes,ro ITALIAN & AMERICAN MARBLE, at Ourtner's Springs, ucarSfouo'e purchaso of any nmouiil Irom Monuments, Tomb and Grave ferry 011 Ueelfoot lake, will begin tin. I will nlso glvo to any girl, 7 bVlllnv lilirlit linfnrn thn Inul Run. years old or uuder, who is a mem Stones. vrn miannnl run uiupn ,.rt I !.,., In l .Ilu ilm olil. l..o nml linr lit L.1V0O OUIHl.l OUIIUUI, ,1 in stOtk u one lot of Amrri proper frame of mind to soo thlngo will continue probably aoveral proacnl, whether alio buys any HAVI2U1 Iialisn JUrble. I sm KOt " to fill nil orders Cll and rxmilinu V0!')0 oloatly. Dick Tilnr belongs to .weeks. Services will bo conduct thing or wor. j, 11. ji.uniiui.Ky. my promptly Orleri ftum il.e country will Ml ton cauntv. nml ilnn't tf v .w - ml unilnr thn iinan hih -- . Mm M. liroJOllt. vnu Inr. nf . . ,.. w filled. to Cayoe, get Ut I E. Church, Obion Demociat, Anchor Lino Company lias contracted for two new pal nee steamors to be placod In the St. Louis uud New Orleans trade. It Is understood that they aro to be magnificently fitted throughout, and iu many rospoots ontirely different from tho older boats. Tho presout and anticipated Improve uicuta in river traffic has necessitated the bulldiug of the new boats. The Fultoniau-Demoora- t pub Halted n short sketch of Hon. It. T. Tyler, Demooratie uoinluee for last wcok, iu whlob it says that Mr. Tylor "has beon practicing law lu HiokniAii county for about ten years." Tho papers iu the nppor part of the Stnto nro somowhut oxousable for giving Hickman county the honor of Mr. Tyler'a citizenship, but for ono of hia own oouuty papers to publish Buoh a thing ia astonishing. Of course, you know belter, liro, Aycrs; but having lust re turned from tho State Convention Tho Lieut-Governor, It ii sn Interesting sight ta Nickels willi his big ICorroan hauling In two and tbrco big while oak logs st a loaJ, wtere a eoramon learn conldooly haul one, which pros'es lliat Kortosn bones arts the best to log with Crcps wsro ncrer Sncr In tbti oectlon It Is slntusl Inpot'lblo (o obtain board la Ibis ce'ghborbood as everybody ia full and still they come, but it setuis tbtre la always room for coo mere. Mr. Ayres and wife have returned froro.'.NJITllle nnd nro tfiar ding at Mr. Dlok Mailer's. Mr. Arrests a crent fisherman snd hunter, aud likei this part of lb countrr. .t.Tl'fS,.. a good nianr frco silver rnon In ihls eonnty, but I think lbs sound money policy Is all right, and simon-purDemocrats should stand abouldur to shoulder. The only uas.t,U In "Wild iar- is that the Third I'arty fellows are for anything to beat the Democrats, there-forthey are lu favor of wild eat monoy llore's to the old Hickuan Covaikn, long may she circulate araune our monle. as It Is one of the soundest Pemocratic papers in the State of Kentucky. e - will not suffer him to conceive e Mr. that thero Is a possibility of bis horses, being in error. FRUIT CANS 1 0. L. RAWDLE IIlCKStAN, : OLD BTAMD, FRUIT CANS 1 r : : KENTUCKY VINO resumed the practice of law. Old FIctures Copied nnd Knlsfgd t mj I will sell, as long as thoy last, Kiss Dsslrsd. will v his prompt and undivided Muboiis Half-Gallo- n Sore w Top Glass CaiiB 81.00 per doz. Masons attention lo business entrusted to hi car. OUI DOOR VIEWS. Quart Screw-ToGlass Cans 75o Don't give your Old Fietures (a Travaliaf -- HA p or doz. Handmade Quart Tin Fruit Guus, guuruuleed not to leak, 40c per doz. I J. W. JTayfiklo, 3. T. PAVES, - Lr Attorney at Dunk. w, OOice over Uickuian OIvo ae Men, yoo may lose them. a trial ( Sat Ufaction 7.0 Ot ioaraaUdI. Cajce, Ky. FOR SALE. Will IlIOEtfASr. KY. trusted to nls cars. Opon SMAIL FARM ttnd rTompttj lo all biulneas ln BohH-'O- K small farm of W aores altuaicd ml! from depot on State road, is well imttrov. ed, bss kooiI boil's, barn, ete, on premises. For further particulars apply lo 1I.J. 1MIUIY, ILLINOIS CWTRAL HAILHOAD, ! In connection with tba 8onlbtro Pacilo Co., ia now WEEKLY PULLMAN i and A W; FEED for FIKST-OLAS- S Imx SALE running a Hickman, Ky. Here's Your Chance. Get one before thoy nro gone adjiMed A genuine gold screws, point regulator vVatoli wholesale price ?27.ri(), Will sell at 15.00. Tlio world beater. d, NEW AND LIVERY, I AND 1.1K ri. To the Citizens of the Sur- - Clinton St., near Wagon Factory,) niw, fast, solid vestibule train, lb Limited." for Houston, Pan Anlenlol Kl Pao, Lo Ancele and San Francisco, This car ror To connect direct at Avoadala (nhnrh of New Orleans) wilb tb tJeothern I'aelfio'a Hickman. Ky. lld fiALIFORNIA U sla-M- e, Wheat 5ags! m:v ohleaub m la ad- inanrouibKVKUYTHUHBDAY.lbroufli ltes ervations lo the Paslflo ssast. dition there Is run a Is run on Illinois Central Train Ko. 1. and leaves stations, Cairo to Duranl, EVERY Wi:i)Ni:siAY, and stations from Good. ISJotioo! ;r:iTii!!STSiiBrEii TIIROUail WITHOUT CIiANdE, to Lo AiikoI', via Avnndale, by the same rout uud lendnc stations, Cairo to Dund talion.i ranl. KVKRYTI1UKMIAV. from Uoodman south tVEUY KR1DAY. tr-il- oamp-meetiii- g B. C. RAMAGE, Tiuicl lo r(f liokrlrt snd full inforinattsa tin) tr'ilu 'wne cn bo bed ib CenirM Route and conueetlng Hat, or by uddrstdlui; f. n uowns, Aia't Oen. fisj. A:ent Now Orlt&ts F.ilsnsLcnMJbunltoSsa... ' - . ., pfe-psr- sJ ofK"lnf i i. assasa' 1. ' Ktti l r ,"gTi -t ' jfj1f V TtJ 1JjftajMifaiafaJteJjg gy I aewa, i ,., Snsfc- -. .. ,, ..fo-V- tlElas3ElaiTJaafcsafcsMam . t " -- St "TMr f rT 1Mf" "ZL. J1-11- J -- aea.aaVavavaTa.aaaiaaMsasas X Yltt. ItflV' vJHlfcl.'UoirtA. . I A"'.C5rf1fa(M..?V V v .. VM- -, ,4? fow-aaU- i U i :WBr THE BEST ! H tlmo of Louis XVI. of France and Hen- alts down by tba fire. The mother alto ry VIII. of Kngland, nnd ! will tell at the table knitting. She says to him, The r. Line (Chicago A you tlie typo of morals nr Immoral of "Do you remember It Is the anniversary H'y) It nov selling emir-lio-n lion Gate tho Literature, that ago or that yenr. No exception It hns been settled tlmt Mrccl-en- liny The father Is angered. He ticket ut minced rntea lo Nt. I'rml, r Mlnnoniiolln. to It. Modest apparel means a righte- tiever wnnta any Illusion to tho fact Diilnth, Aihlaml, field, Trcen is to hnvo nn electric md Cad Pictures. Marquette. Demi wood, Dakota, Hot Hurli!, tine. The contract has been closed for ous people. Immodest apparel always tftat one had gone away, and the mere tloiiror, Colorado spring, Manitui, Suit tho hollers nnd engines, and nil the means a contaminated and dopraved suggestion that It was tho anniversary Lake City, and tbe liiko and mountain reOther Oaten Tlin tllaanlnte Uanee The for society. You wonder that the city of of that Mil event made him quite torts of the weal and north wost. Forratri electrical nppnrntiift and grottnilbeen Indiscreet Attire an t Alrohnlle llearr- the power and ear houses have Tyre was destroyed with audi a terri- rough, although the teara ran down md full Information apply to A Bents of agra The tlreat I'.Tlla of Moeletj s lino. Illuatratnl pamphlets, bought, nnd the contrnct will bo let In ble destruction. Have you ever seen his cheeks. The old houso dog that kernion tiy Iter. T. Ie Witt full particulars, will be mailed f n o upon Talinngr, I). It. the fashion plate of the city of Tyr? had played with the wanderer when application lo W. II. Knltkern, U. 1' A T. a day or two or their construction. I will show It to you'. The capital Invested In the enterprise she was a lillil comes up and puts his A. Chicago ft H'y, Is partly local, but for the most pnrt In his sermon Sunday Dr. Talmagc III. "Moreover, the Lord aalth, becduso head On tho old man's knee, but he foreign. It is expected to Iiejrln operarluue a momentous nnd awful topic. the daughters of ZIon are haughty and roughly repulses the dog. He wnnta Mm. JArKjos "Do yon mil llila aiionr;o tions at onrc, mid the cars will bo run"The (lotos of Hell." the text selected walk with stretched forth necks and tiotliluir to remind htm of the annlvcr cnkel Why, It's'na hard us stone " Cook being the familiar passage In Matthew ( wanton eyes, walking and mincing as sary day. ning within sixty days. VYcs, mum, tint's tho way n sponge l before It is wet. Honk It Injrourte.i "Truth. At McKinncy, dtirlnp n frightful prisoner wnlked into tho water with xvl. 18, "Tho gates of hell shall not they go. and making n tlnkllnir with A cold winter nlirhl In a cltv church. I rain and wind storm, lato tho other tho ministers, who sang Impressive prevail against It." their feet, in tho day the Lord will It Is Christmas night. They have been VthT Rhe Smiles Nweellr. John Orenninir's burn was songs all the way. Hntranced, until wo could endure no . take e ay the bravory of their tinkling .decorating the sanctuary. A lost Bpnrkllncrtea, quick bentinc heart, find afternoon. It of the eplcndor; we havo often ornaments about their feot, nnd their dercr of tho street, with thin shawl the rnsv blusti of pleasure on tho cheeks, struck by litrht nin- and burned. his baptism he was led back to After gaied at tho shining gates, the gates of oaulv and their round tires like the about her, attracted by the warmth makes the strong man happy when heineets contained a quantity of corn and hay. the cell to await the hour of execuhis Indy love. That's the kind of a nun nnd sctcrnl sots of harness, The wind penrl, tho gates of llenten. Hut we moon, tho rings and nose jewels, tho . and light, comes In and sits near the bocauto It Is full of tion. whose err touch thrills In Houston-villc- , aro for awhllo to look In tho opposite changeable suits of apparel, and the. door. Tho minister of relliflon Is energy, sTroruiis nerve power and vitality. did great damage to trees and to fences and growing crops. dltectlon nnd Fee, awlnglng open and mantles; and the wimples, and the nreuchlnir of Hint who was wounded Tnhuvn mikes atrnnr men Impotent, weak? gates of hell. and skinny. NoToHao sold by Druggist Corn land is badly damaged by being shut, the crisping pins." for our tranigresslons and bruised for ererywlioro. tliurantee.1 to euro. Book, wnshed out I remember when the Franco-PrussiaThat Is the fashion plate of ancient ( our inlipiltles, and the poor soul by tltlod "Don't TnbawoSnlt or Smoke our has been Introduced In was going on that I Mood one day Tyre. Ax ordlnanco war And do you wonder that the i the door said. "Why, that must mean Mfo Awm," frco. Ail. owning nerncu In Paris looking at tho gntcs of tho Lord God In his indignation blotted met 'Mercy for the chief of sinners: tho I'incville city council to rcioko Co., New 1 ork or Chlcnpo. s on I wurko absorbed l tbe out the cltv. so that fishermen tho the licenses of Tullcries, and bruised for our Iniquities; wounded "So this Insolent fellow refused to pay his violation of culptttrinn. nt the top of tho gates i spread their nets where the city onca for our transgressions.'" rent." "Uo did not sny so In words, but ho nccount of their related tho masourv and the broiiEC that I stood? lullmnteil It " "Hcnrio!" "Ho kicked mo the law. The music that night In tho sanctu- downstairs." Figaro. forgot myself nnd lifter awhile, lookIs tho vicinity of Indian Fields, Goto the Fourth. Alcoholic bever- - ary brought back tho old hymn which Clark county, within n radius of live ing dow n, I saw that there were oflicers age. Oh, the wine cup Is tho patron of . she used to sing when, with father and The rursalt of Ilspptness miles, there arc now living 15 persons of tho law scrutinizing me, supioslng", Impurity! Tho oflicers ot the law tell I mother, she worshiped God In tho vll-u- s When tho Declaration of Independence whose nges aggregate 1,588 years, makno doubt, I was a German nnd looking that nearly all the men who go into . lago church. Tho service over, the asserted man' right to this, It enunciated at tliosu gates for adverse purposes. the shambles of death go. In tntoxl minister went down tlie aisle. She nn Immortal truth. Tha bilious sufferer Is ing an avcrago of almost 60 years. to on the road to happiness when bo beclDt Hut, my friends, we shall not stand rated, the mental and the spiritual said tn him: Kkti'CKY postmasters commission"Were those words for take Hostctter'a Htomach Hitters, tlie most ed: A. S. Kelly, llallcy, Harlan county, looking nt the outside of tho gstes of abolished, that tho bruto may triumph. me? 'Wounded for our transgressions.' enicarious regulator of the User In SMITH. BAP TOM hell. In this sermon I shall tell you of Tell mo that a young man drinks, and n as that for me?' Tho man of Opd Is It In chills and vIcoT. J. Creech, resigned; C. II. Hln-klKqually reliable Harlow City, llallnrd county, vice fever, constipation, dyspepsia, rheumatism, One hundred gallon Jugs of whisky both sides and I shall tell you what I know the whole atory. If he be- understood her not. He knew not how kidney trouble and nervousness. Use It 1L 11. Tanner, jr., removed; T. J. LUc, were shipped Into town by way of the those gates arc mado of. With the comes n captive of the wlno cup, ho to comfort a shipwrecked soul, and ho not at odd Intervals, regularly, and Haceton, Muhlenberg county, vice H. Lexington & Eastern railroad, but tho I hammer of God's truth I shall pound ou will become a captive of nil other passed on, and he passed, out. The K. the Ian i vices. Only give him time. nu one poor wanderer followed Into the street. with oflicers ot that road shipped it back to . ...- - brazen vaicmng for a chance he "t'va been last ten mttvuvee." Bieto i W. Sharbocr, resigned; J. Windy Grove, Vco TJ. 3. Hubbard, re-- 1 UexttiRton VrWmy morotait, Xhna pro- - I tern ot tJoV truO. 1 ehetl lashju)llhi l ever runs drunkenness alone. That is u tor the tits "What are you doing here, Meg?' Vtfu jnustle0mrurlild.lVl--uwoml, ntl tV. II Jlinkley, Viaxr, vie I venting n jrrcat deal of drunkenness. I upon the shining hinges. a carrion crow that goes In n flock and snld the police. "What are you doing .. . I r I v. ,i. iwu.cu, iv isuv,. jta. r irsi ioipuro incrauire. i when you see that beak ahead vou inav here n,td .kh k toiii iu vm- - a larje niraiwrni mmico inu cuunrru uaio uio Oh," she replied, "l tendon county. were present and It seemed more like a Ainnony uomsiocic seizeu twenty tons . j,n0w the other beaks are coming. In was In to warm myself." And then the ,1s aConstltutlonat Cure. Frioe75o. liisnor Hatoood will preside over fair or a big picnic than a bringing. of bad liooks, plates and letterpress, other words, tho wlneTcup unbalances rattling cough came, and she held to An Indiana Jury recently returned a ver- the next annual scsston of tho Ken- The scaffold, was surrounded by a and when our Prof. Cochran, of the and dethrones one's better judgment, the railing until the paroxysm was dict of "fllodo to pieces by a hilar busting, " tucky conference of the M. R. church, seven-foo- t fence, so that tho crowd Polytechnic institute, poured the de- and leaves one the prey of all over. She passed on down the streej, south, to be held at Winchester, Sep- could see Smith make his statement, structive acids on thote plaice they bo evil appetites may falling from exhaustion, recovering thai tember 11. but could not sec him nftcr tho drop. smoked in tho ii;;htcous nnn dilation, choose to allgh upon his soul. herself again, until after awhile she Tiik Crockett brothers, who killed Curtains were nrranged to be pulled and yet a great deal of the lad lltcra-- . There Is sot a place of ssy renched the outskirts of the city, and Dan. KIdd, In Casey county, are still nt around tho top of tho scaffold post be- turc of the day Is not gripped of tho kind of sin In the I'nltcd States passed nn Into tho country road. It large. News reached McKinncy tho fore tho black cap wns put on. The law. Ills strewn in your parlors. It that does not find its 'chief abettor In seemed so familiar. She kept on morning that tho father of the rope was a seamed twist of hemp nnd Is In your libraries. Sonic of your tho chalice of Inebrlly. There Is clthor the road, nnd she saw In tho dlstanco other Itfpon pure, rich, healthy blood. Tliero-fprchildren read it at nlsjht after thoy u drinking bar before, or one behind, a light in tho w Indow. Ah, that light see fiist your blood Is made puro by dead man hns offered $1,000 reward for the drop six feet. their arrest and delivery to the jailer The drop fell at 1:4S and Smith died have retired, tho gas burner swung ns or ono above, or one underneath. had been gleaming there every night In 10 minutes. Promptly at 1 o'clock near ns possible to their pllloir Much These people escape legal penalty be- slncu she went nwuy. On that counof Casey county. , FtttK destroyed three stables at Smith was taken to the gallows, whero. of this literature W under the title of cause they are all licensed to sell liq- try road she passed until she came to the other morning, occupied by he made the following confession: scientific information. A bonk ngent uor. The court that license the sale the garden gate. Sho opened It and 'Yes, I killed Doc Ksder. We had beei with one of these infernal books, of strong drink license gambling passed up the path where sho pinned Tnlbott Ilros. Two flyers, Ned Hraze drunV Ufriiirr seteiel days, and thit night h were tried to get Mrs. McQuInn to go after Loutu glossed over with a scientific nomen- houses, license libertinism, license dis- in childhood, She came to the steps and Dickson, burned. Loss, 4,000. The fire was Souther, a girl ho had been coming to sec. clature, went into a hotel nn sold In ease, license death, license all suffer- nnd looked In at the tire on the hearth. protal- - the result of n stable boy's cigarette. Tho only true blood purifier She tailed to And the girl, and Itader got mad one day ono hundred copies and sold ings, nil crimes, all despoliations, all Then she put her lingers to the lateh. neatly In the public oye him would she told Dr. D. K. Pkauson. of Cllicago, has at her and I was toome to kill knowor hebetter, them all to women! It is anpnlllng disasters, all murders, all woe. It Is Oh, If that door had Wen locked she any drunk to kill me. Hrwfwl'c! Dtllc set harmoniously vita pledged llcrea college S50.000 on condi- and I shot htm twice. Nobody asked me torioiL that men and women who can get the courts and the legislature that are would have perished on the thrrshhiild, , IIUUU flllb iiooJ-i- Sarsaosrllls. too. tion of three times that sum being se- Now I'll tell you about the other men I killed. through their family physician all the swinging- wide open this grinding, for she was near to death' llirt the "Thenntone wa Joe PurL He earns to useful information they may need, and creak-- , stupendous gate of the lost. cured from other sources. door had not been locked since tho my house above Hatard and I shot him with a without any contamination should A BAltx at Rochester, belonging to needle-guHut ynu say: "You have described time she went awny. She pushed open Joe Adklns and I then lit out wade chin deep through such accursed VACATION TOURS Newton Long, wns struck by lightning tor Joe Ktersole, and Joe shot him and literature under the pica of get- those gates of hell and shown us how the door. She went In nud lay down about 3 o'clock the other morning and Nick Combs. 1 ahot at them as they they swing In to allow the entrance to on the hearth by the fire. The old ' 'ftpeclal Oar Parties. Ysrsonallr Conducted and then robbed Kvernole's body ting useful knowledge, and that printburned with Its contents. There was tell 130. tho doomed. Will yon not, please, be- house dog growled as ho saw her enter, McKntght wns the next ing presses, ot John hoping to be called fore you get through the sermon, tell but there was something In tho voice two valuable mules In tho barn besides man I killed. I ahot him In the tight at Haiard. To COLORADO several hundred dollars' worth of feed llob Drothers aa alto shooting at him at tho decent, lend themselves to this in- us how these gates of hell may swing ho recognized, nnd he frisked about AMD THB and farming implements. The barn time, and It may be he killed him. Jack famy. Fathers nnd mothers be not to escape the peni- her until he almost pushed her down Cornell next. Its Combs and killed YELLOWSTONE PARK was worth about $J00 or $700. Ko in was catting Isawlogs Koberl we came upon him. deceived by tho thle, "medical works." out allow the Hut veryoffew escape. In his joy. tent?" I reply, when s of those liooks enmo hot Of the thousand that go In 999 persurancc. In tho morning the mother came rr- I shot OrsL We killed htm because ho beTOUR FIRST CWt IW.00 from the lost w orld, though they may ish. Suppose ono ot these wanderers down, and she saw a bundle of rags on William Ovkhto.v, ono of the mur longed to the Krersoles. Imlf Pvm Leaving Chleago Wednesday. June 90 derers of Peddler Locb, and wife In "I was at Jesse Fields' and heard Pull havo on them tho names of 'he pub- should knock nt your door. Would tho hearth, but when the face was ups tbe lumM nrt ie uelondo, Usnliill res Harlan county, who was shot while French. Joe Adklns. Iloono Frailer, Mrs. lishing houses of New York Chicago you ' toar ot admit her? Suppose you knew lifted, she knew It. and It wns no more loneood Uprtan, Salt Lk Oltr. Hli kill Held and Jesse Tharp iBrositDlA Iiie(oet I'srs. iMiarning iin orvinc. UlaoKUlllik trying to escape from the jailer's posse, Judge Jostah Combs, and make tho plot to Ad- and Philadelphia. Then there Is nil where she came from. Would you ask old Mpg of the street. Throwing hei BO. VMM. alternant heard is Hie IKMWY p4iiaia mho the novelette literature of the day her to alt down at youtdjnlng-table- ? arms around the returned prodigal, she has died of his wound. The two others klns say he tired the shot that killed in. . SEOOND TOUR As Would you ask her to become the cried, "Oh, Maggie!" The child threw Implicated have been captured and are French offered me monev, but I never hired to Hung over the land by the aamttta Dspi lioaoe there are good novels that are iong, so, governess of your children? Would her arms around her mother's neck and him. Yes, he gas e me clothes." In jail. laarlna; Chloao Wednesda, Auk. 7 To tte lriki4M Isrl or sr ot KantM Ollj. Mo, o4 I suppose, thero amy bo good novels you He was surrounded on the scaffold John A. Lf.i:, the only remaining Introduce her among your ac- said- "Oh, mother!" And while they Unjoin. Moh. .Throuih Um Black Ullla i. Uoi ilatllaAald 61 1 Hiti1 Hnrisa..pae4wao4 eaT Cojter Mexican soldier In Hracken county, by his spiritual advisers and his sister, that are short, and so there tnsy bo a quaintanceships? Would you take the were embraced a rugged form towered 'earel Veilownoa Psik. Batoraliia ia itlaBaipollt has a good novelette, but It Is the exception. responsibility of pulling on Qulllle Smith, was with him. canister ball which he picked up the outside ahovethem. It was tho father. The se!. trlw. h!t!t wvw.lir end lvarfMt Nn nne mirk this nn one systemr the field of Uucna Vista a tew hours THIRD Cart IISO.M TOUR sf the ircli srhllr thr. "hrr ca verity all t'oiie nut of his face, he Bap be prepared to meet her In atically reads tho average novelette of the Inside of tlie gate Is trying IHHrn Ion the bnttl7in February, 1SI7. The him to to gt stooped and took her up tenderly and Leavlita; OMoaco Wednesday, Auk. 14 Heaven, and when she went down this day nnd keep cither Integrity or out? You would not. Not one of i carried her to mother's room and laid TrnaA. emit rakraea br war ef rvnrar. Manltoa ball is of copper and weighs about riia'al-askoff tho scaffold Smith knelt down virtue. The most of these novelettes Qolersde Sprinaa. Itoral Uom. atanhaD of a was so. her down on rU Ilooni Ooraj aUn ride, the Mexicans pound, andUnited fired by and mado n long prayer In a arc written by broken dow n literary thousand of you would dare to doover dying. Thenmother's tied, for she woi Hko.X)r.ao. IS rBeeeea flprima tad LaadiilU, the lost one, looking up You would, wlf" -- ,!ui'poctry at the states loud voice. He then sang a hymn, men for small compensation on the her orrows and weep over troops. Into hcr mother's face.sald:" 'Wounded railroad toelnde. itvlalaa her n.,li and Paiiisii Owens, of Abigail, Kobcrtson prayed again, and then the rope was principal that, havlngjLlIVj;Mter grrti-S-errBK.but give her practical for our transgressions and braised for uia inciaaeiai , they hopn to help you never wllL Hut, you say, our Iniquities'.' .Mother, do you think county, was riding an unruly horse adjusted and the black cap drawn just aturc elevated f.21L'em , ' far KVaTaTf rAHTICUUM.ss last November, which ran airalnst a before Sheriff Combs pulled tho lever euececd in the tainted and nasty. Qh, "Are there no ways by which that means mo" "Oh, yes, my darmewert avu. r-- .r that released tho trari SmithsorAaiued this is a wide gate of hell! Every the wanderer may cscnpe7" Oh,yel ling," snld the mother. "It mother li I trcn and mashed the rider's leg to s.Ootl - T panel Is made out of a bad look or I nsacdB theaS TtrrT7rftetie-t-cTca'-- 'i so glad to get yon backjlon't you I IMl.LJ lt.tJiv mo nuvv. The ..It; lUJUtl ;.Pr 4Jle5itrmt the lever inc. arampblattci At 1U5 was pulled, and newspaper. Every hi ngo is the inter-joine-d Three or four. garret, one way is think God U glad to gel you back?" T. a. CK1SV. eaaaaar Barnaias Raata Ttart, the sewing girl's a compound comminuted fracture, and dingy, cold, body fell six feet, breaking his typo of a corrupt printing press. hunger si I uara Mraat. saiiga, iii. And there she lay dying, nnd all nftcr trying for several months to savo Smith's He was pronounced dead In 7 Hut, yon say: "Is Eveiy bolt or lock of that gate is mado there no blasted. tho limb It was amputated a few days neck. way for her to escape?" their dreams and all their prayers were minutes. out of the plate of an unclean plctoriaL Oh, yjial other ngo, nlno doctors assisting. He surAnother way Is the street filled with the words, "Wounded for In other words, thero are a million that leads to the AMERICAN YACHT. vived and Is getting well. river nt midnight, the our transgressions, and bruised for our men nnd women In the United State end of the city dock, A TK.VYKAK-0Lson of William the moon shining Iniquities," until, just before the moy Nephtlna Overhauled by m Spantaa Wee reading themselves into l.ell! down on the water making It look so ment of her departure, her face lighted of Trigg county, had gone In Vrsael All on Hoard rtaced In Triton In When In one of our cities a prosper If it is deep up, showing tho pardon of God had bathing, the oOiier day, at Canton, on Havana. family fell Into ruins through tho smooth she wonders the Cumberland river, with a party of Nr.w Orleans, June 29. A cable- ous enough. it is. ;so boatman near dropped upon her soul. And there she enough to hear the plunge. No watch- - slept away on the bosom of a pardonfriends, when, getting beyond his gram has been received from W. A. ofli.er o ,, , , cn depth, he was swept fcway and was Gordon, nt Havana, saying that the amazed mother ald to tho supposed u. ing Jesus. So the I.ord took back one law: ''l.y. I never drowned. His body was discovered well known cruising yacht Nephtlna, the was anything wrong. I thought . foro Bhe sinks the third time. No other whom the world rejected. here , y , h(J cufTe f h ,,. miles lower down the river. of this place, was overhauled Wednesanjtti ng roa(lat th(J THE TELEGRAPH HADIT. here ,he enaecr At Winchester Charles Devine, a day by a Spanish war ship and wrong. REMEMBER she barkeeper, aged Gl years, died of heart towed into Havana. PXpreM trnIn cnn not Ila Strong Until on lla tlrllma, l'a,eL The Nephtlna in fcitence men some sa t f weeping of tho time and see a hundred yards ahead to the for ally Theatrical Xenagera. disease while sitting in a chair at his is well known to all members of the aid; "Oh, I have got It nowl i It Is said that some place of business the other morning. Southern Yacht club. The boat left a I know! I found In hcr bureau Know, ' ,orm that Un acroa the track. He after , whistle "down brakes;" but not people still tremble when they see a 1'e.nsio.ns Issued the other day Origfew weeks ago for an extended cruise, she THE went away n bad book. inal: Harrison Copeley, Calf creek, having taken on board the owners, what slew her.' These leprous V",r.hoon;nuJ.'hto'Hai'Poln'tl'eonwho , telegraph messenger at the door, feel, ,., ing that It Is in the highest degree imhcr Mnrtin county; Henry Luzaden, New- Messrs. Agor and Dudley, together sellers have NO ! -.- heirglv?" Yes. probable that anybody would think of port, Campbell. Additional: Joseph w ith a small party recruited from tho of all the male and fcmnlo seminaries ' Utile McCnnn, Louisville; George W, Ham-hil- l, membership of the cotton exchange. but man will not, woman will not, using tho wires on any occasion less tho I'nltcd States, catalogues conwill not Williamsburg, Whitley; Isom They would The object of the trip was distinctly in FUeims taining tho names and residences of society will, but It The church of God Important than a death. they could be ECES5RT says It will not Our work, be deeply shocked If Lovelaccville, llallard; Xoah pleasure, and the suspicion of connecBBST all the students, nnd circulars of then, must be prevention CCRBAL tion with any filibustering expedition rather than made to understand what a tcrrihlo Fields Hroadwcll, Harrison; John FOOD tox rata talj Covington; Oliver 1'. Eubanks, Is considered ridiculous by the friends death aro tvnl to every one, without cure. hold the telegraph habit obtains nn any exception. Can you imagine anyEstesburgh, Pulaski; James T. With- of the party. " Thos gates of hell are to bo pros- some of Its victims in the large cities. thing more dcathful? There is not a Is especially prevalent mining the ers, Columbiu, Adair. Original widows, Maren Driven Oat of Camafaey. young person, male or female, or an trated just as certainly as God ami It etc.; Minors of George It. Clark, NorNhw Vokk, Juno !9. The Herald's old person, who has not had offered the Illblo are true, but it will not theatrical people. They will telegraph mal, Itoyd. FOR OLD AND YOUNO. special from Havana says: A band of to him or her a bad book or a bad pic- bo done until Christian men nnd congratulations nnd condolences from ALL OROOIRS SILL one end of the world to the other. when A hkvf.uk windstorm did consider300 insurgents made an attack on Tiar-ribture. Scour your houso to find out women, quitting their prudery and able damage to crops and fencing six near Santiago, June 24. They whether there arc any of theso adders squeamlshnes in this matter, ral- a letter with a two or a would answer every purpose quite as miles cast of Owensboro the other were repulsed and afterward pursued coiled on your parlor center table, or ly tho whole sentiChristian afternoon. A dozen telegraph poles by Spanish troops. Gen. Maceo has coiled amid the toilet set on the dress- ment of the church and assail these well, and no doubt often letter. Perhaps snapped off, nnd communication cast been forced out of Camaguey by Span- ing case. I adjure you before the sun great evils of society. The Illblo ut- one reason why they like it is that it is of there was interrupted. In some in- ish troops who claim to havo achieved goes down to explore your family II ters its denunciation in this a more Irrrsjionslblo mode of communstances largo trees were blown down. many victories over the rebels in that brarles with an Inexorable scrutiny. direction again nnd again, and ication than writing. Often and often BSTLOOK FOR THIS the question has arisen, aud often nnd Tut: venerable turfman, Wood String-fiel- vicinity. Keiuember that one bad book or bad yet tho piety of the day is such a will arise again, whether a died at his homo near Lexington ICUIcd by Ilia florae. , picture may do tho work for eternity nsmby pamby sort of a thing that you often it made by telegraph is binding. the other night. Several years ago he HuKTiKOTo.sr, W. Va., June 29. A I want to arouse all your suspicions can not even quote Scripture without contrnct l-was Injured in a runaway, and has frightful accident occurred at Beach about novelettes. I want to put you mnklngomobody restless. As long as It may bo remarked In passing that been compelled to live a quiet llo Fork, twelve miles south of this city, on the watch against everything that this holy imbecility reigns In the It Is. OCK It is said that one manager in New since. When a boy ho commenced his Friday evening. Melville Stanley, a may seem Hko surreptitious correspond- church of God, sin will laugh you to ok I do not know but that before York never passes n telegraph oftlco career nn the tnrf as a jockey, and young man, was riding horseback. ence through the pos office. I want scorn. SCHOOL SHOE"" later as trainer and owner, such horses when the horse became frightened ana you to understand that impure litera- the church wakes up matters will get without (.ending a dispatch. If he as Frogtown, Catlna, Nona, Master threw him violently to the ground and ture is one of tho broadest, highest, worse und worse, and that thero will passes six otllcos In tho course of n sin. havp to lie one Iamb sacrificed from gle walk, ho sends six dispatches. John, Merodac, Enllster, Athol and then stepped on his skull, Stanley died mightiest gates of the lost. Qulntard being handled by him. each of the most carefully guarded There is another prominent manager instantly. Gale the Second Tho dissolute who walks from tils home to his office, Al.nKltT Gibus, aged 17 years, was Yale Wins Again. , , dance. You shall not divert to the folds, nud tho wave of unclcanness considerable distance, every morning dash tolhe spire of the Tillage church drowned 3 miles below Palntsville New Lo.vdo.v Conn., June 29. The general subject of dancing. Whatever for the sake of exercise. As he goes while in swimming In the Sandy rlrer last and most brilliant jewel in Ynlo's you may think of tho parlor dance or and the top of the cathedral tower. well In water 0 feet 'deep. Prophets and patrlarchsnnd apostles nloncr he exercises hisofmind n brilliant athletic diadem was placed in the Now thn mpthndlc motion nf tlin bndv tn many and thinks lit voting tor a nominee tor state Haven boye' otown by unvulllino; Har- sounds ot music tn th XemltyorVTM so-- l and evanirelUi and Christ himself his body,ot an artistic or a business naFChemea, senator on the first Monday In August, vard on the Thames late Friday after- cial circle, 1 am not now discussing havo thundered ngalnst these sins as ture. He carries no notebook, but de(JlarU county democrats will also re- noon. Clean and steady oarsmanship, that question. I want you to unite with against no other, nnd yet there aro pends on the telegraph offices Instead. r, cord their preferences for U. S. aided by Harvard's adventurous steer mo this hour In recognizing the fact those who think we ought to take, Whenever he has a happv thought ho tho nominee to bo bound by tho ing, shot the Yale shell down the four-mil- e that there Is n dissolute dance You when we speak of these subjects, a goes into the nearest telegraph oflice v: anUL.f r result. course irora Oalo'a Ferry to the know of what I speak. It is seen tone apologetic. I put my foot on all and telegraphs It to himself. Theii he Tiik Estill circuit court is about to drawbridge, beginning with a superior not only in the low haunts of death, the conventional rhetoric on this subwalks on till he thinks of something try a peculiar ense. An start, continuing with a sturdily in- but in elegant mansions. It Is the ject, and I tell you plainly that unless judge who was elected on a pledge to creasing lead over the entiro courso, first step to eternal ruin for n great you give up that sin your doom Is else, nnd so, when ho renches his dc.sk, thero aro all tho dispatches piled, up 1111 the oflice for a salary of 400 a year and culminating with anaggravatlngly You know, sealed, and world without end you beforo him, ready to be ucted on or tnultltmle of both let the fees; go to the county, is easy finish at the four-mil- e bo chased by the anathemas ot an and stake. It my friends, what postures and will filed away fur future reference. N. V. 7K-S- I.25 E to w It to 13K-SI- .75 now suing the county for the balance was Vale's fourth consecutive victory, attitudes and figures aro suggested of Incensed God. I rally you to n 1 to 8 to 10K-I.- 5O 3 -- 2.00 on the fees. and her eighth in nine years. of tho gates of hell. Wo Tribune. tho ilorll. They who glide lulo the ' ' IF YOU 0ANT flET THEM FROM Y0UH If any man Is ablo to convince ma A po.v of Granville Hlggason, dlsoluto danco glide over an Inclined want in this besieging host no soft of DEALER WRITE TO Greensburg, has tho distinction ot beplane, nnd the dance is swlltcrnnd sentimentalists, bnt men who are will- that I do not think or act right, I will HINTS TO HOUSEKEEPERS. HAMILTON-BROW- N swifter, wilder nnd wilder, until, with ing to take and give hard knocks. gladly change; for I seek tho truth, by SHOE CO., ing the smallest man in Green and s To CLE ax brass and copper, apply a the speed of lightning, they whirl off The gates of Gaza were carried off, which no man wns ever Injured. Hut great ninny other counties, lie stands ' seel. thirty eight inches high and h twenty-on- e mlxtnrn ot oil and rottenstono with a the edges ef n decent life into a fiery tho (rates of Thebes were battered he Is injured who nbldes in his error ud IgiiuWaiUvi. Mn rests Antonlns. chamois cloth and rub bright. future. This gate of hell swings across down, the gates ut Habyluii wia de ears old. Sk-- A5K YOUR DKUflOIST FOR V Ir is proposed to cstnblUh, under the Kjsei the stove or range freo from tho nxminster of many a fine parlor stroyed, and the gates of hell aro goThe French were tho only nation passu go and across tho ballroom of the sum- ing to be prostrated. general banking laws of the state of soot in all Its parts. A hot-ai- r The Christianized printing press will that acquired a pcrmanont nsceudancy You have no Kentucky, a bunk In bmithlund, Liv- clogged up with soot will prevent the mer watering place. right, my brother, my sister, you have W rolled up as the chief battering ram. over the Indians without serious wars. ingston county, to be known ns tho oven from baking well. Then there will be a long list of The efforts of the French to upraise liuneides bank, with n capital of tortoise-shecombs bright no right to tako an attitude to the aroused pulpits, which shall lie assailTo keep tho condition ot the Indians wero sound of music which would bo unberub them uftcr each wenring with toft t nnd God's truth earnest, but nil failed. No .l.oirs I. W.w.kf.ii thinks there is n leather. When thoy becomu dim, clean coming In tho absence of muMc fid- ing fortresses,flying ammunition ot the shall be tho Mary Jano Why does the man in line dejiosit of coul under the ground with rottenstono and oil npplicd with Chlckerlng grand of city parlor or dle of mountain picnic can consecrate contest, and thq sappers and tho min- the middle of the dlnmond stand and on his farm, llvo miles east of Crittenchamois. i. lay tho train under these foun- hold the ball so long and make faces at ers will that which God hath cursed. den. Mason county. Ir one wishes to cool a hot dish in a Gato the Third Indiscreet apparel. dations of sin, and at just the right the man with the bat? Abner-t- wi Nr:ws comes from the mouth of the hurry It will bo found that If tho dish The time God, who leads on the fray, will attire of w Elkhorn, I'iko county, thnt early the bo placed In n vessel full of cold, salty years has been omen for the last few crv. "Down with tho gatcsl" nnd the you sco? Wants to make him so mad beautiful and gracoful he can't hit It 'Nursing Mothers.Infants other morning the Deskln boys, Char- water it w IK cool far more rapidly than beyond anything I have known, but explosion beneath will be answered by ley and 'lorn, nnd Joo and Pete Edgar-to- n if it stood In water frco from salt. The pleasures of the palate deal there are those who will always cany all the trumpets of God on high, celeengaged in a battlo near tho little with us like the Egyptitn thieves, who Deuoata-coi.ore- d goods of any kind that which Is right into the cxtraordl brating universal victory. . town of Elkhorn City, which resulted should never bo washed without a salt- dary nnd Indiscreet. I charge Hut there may be one wanderer that strangle those whom they embrace.--Christian SONS, haw York. JOHN CARLS in the death of Pete Edgarton and water buth Arc, but caro should bo ex- women, cither by stylo of dress nor would like to have a kind word calling Seneca. Charley Deskln nnd tho probable fatal I have told yon that soonce said that Tho Oreoic wounding of Jou Edgarton. Tom Des- ercised In refcrenco to materials which adjustment of apparel, to became homeward. mercy. Tild I hint at nn life Goethedetermined by a his litorary of wus In ttdmliilshntivo volume of evil. Perhaps, ciety has no was nrrcstcd and Is now In tho aro likely to shrink when immersed KIDNEY, kln none elsn will dure to tell you, earlier point In this subject, that God folk-Iorlulos ho read when a child. water. I'luevllle jail. LIVER & A iioii.ino-iio- t liquid may bo wifely so I will tell yon that thero will have mercy upon any wanderer Cardinal Klchelieu inoe said tliav Tommy Cali.aiu.v, an to BLADDilR about SO, died at Paint Lick,Irlfhman, poured Into a glnss jar or tumbler by aro multitudes of men who owe vrha s.""ld likelove? come back to the Tlbullus, the Latin erotlo poet, rM In Gartheir eternal Mnmnntlon to What has heart of infiulto l. spoon In the most natural of all the ancient CURE. rard county, leaving a hufo nnd land, first putting u silver however, tho a been at different times tho boldness of A cold ChrUtrnns night in a farm Hu that uwfcf- but ro known rill tlvi. He claimed draught of careful, does nut strike tho' womanly attire. Show me the fashion house. Father comes in from the barn, ailriEn, A Goliath iu brains Is sometimes cold air 1.lcair.iDLV.trnA to be from LouUvllIe. plates of an) u.'t between this and the knocks the snow from hU shoes and grasshopper in grsos. Mesa. vessel while hot. N. Vj Blnghamton, .Inmmff Tourlat RalM. n iforth-Wester- K ENTUCK YSTATE N E WS. Worth-Wester- n H.-v-) plv-Id- North-westor- n till-e-g- BAD TOM SMITH. for Ihe rieaperatln Tajs the I'enalte H Ilia Cm' frlme-li- ef ore tlie etel Dmp feaaea to Numerous Mnrilera. Jacksox, Ky., June CO. At daylight Friday morning the crowd began to assemble to n'vnlttho hour of Had Tom Smith's execution, and by 7 o'clock 1,500 people were on the ground. At 7i30 Sheriff Combs with a ctrong gunrd, led tho prisoner to tho river, threo hundred arils distant, where. ho was baptized by ltev. Stephen Carpenter, nssisted by Ilev Thomas Kelly, a cousin of the condemned man. The scene was verv Impressive as the THE GATES OF HELL Flrst-'-lrnpu- Highest of all J LeAventag Power. Lateet U. S. Govt Report x$-- ABSOLUTELY PURE Tub UNVAHNlatim Facr He"Avtlc esplorcrs aro the safest men In tho world to trust ourwlf to- - Hlio "Why sol'1 u (ivltiinlmu hnw) "Thevnro nlwiisrool Iu tho llinu of greatest dsiiger,"- - Hrlrvlt Freo Press. OT0Mru-- "l like that umbrella stand, but 1 don't think H Is worth llnvfldolliira.'1 H.alesinnn "Whv, itiad.un, tho verv llrst uiiihrflht that Is left III It may bo worth more than Hint ' l'uck, 'KnitsTilo wilkninn Mat tubus out erpo1 Job," snld Undo IIIk'ii, "inn u heap mo' its dnn do iniiti ilnt iliian' do iiuflln' but look on an' mnko ittin.hka.1 Washington Star. d Justa lief ho hung fur a sheep as a Ininb." Win "Well, you'll ho Iiiihk for neither, iiii'II twining for u cult or iiolli lug." -- lookers Htate-uiaKpci-tatilHr-"I'- JS Ir you try t' find out what women dry da ordon'tdo tings fur, you're worse oft yout rtglit.-Chlm-- lulu luo dan befnro. Heel Do bent way Is I' tulio'cm as you find 'cm, tuid try lint to go cinv linking 'bout it. Hat's I'uddeu. Uranism Him , niii'n tav verv rnnnv thlnrs " JutnniiniM litii.irdcilltl "Yes: but never fuiMfr eunuch lo bo repeatm!," l'uck. MonKCoMroiiTaiUKHinK. "HsUii Itrtps himself busy In this world." "Well, you don't bliiuie him for staying oxny from homo, do you I"-- - Life. l.oav Rate to Colorado. On account of tbo meeting of the NationNorth-Wester- e wan-mor- n saloon-keeper- to-da- v ails-tenc- c, w1 TiinDlnVironm, -- Utile t'larenrei "My pa Utile Uade'itlst, and pulls iiile lluu-"ll- ilil My pa l a lawyer, and pulls ooplo'i legs.-- ' l'uck. -Ui-l- TO USE THE KNIFE And guluult to M I'aliifal OixTetlon-Tli- ta thn Morion Adlrl ns (he (lely tlnnr, t tie Cese living Critical One -- The IU-iI'reja-dicTermination at Ueen-ltoAte- tt y ,....,.......... e. al Kdiirutlotial Association at Denver, Oil , July ftli lo Will, lsu tho Line will soil eicumlou ticket to Deliver, Pueblo, Colorado fixings and Manltoii at a rnte lint la exiisst ono fare for the round trip (Vk Ith fitwadJrst for membership foe). Tho tlmo limit of these ticket will lie liberal, and an atrellenl opportunity will bo afforded for a summer sojourn In lho"ltnekles," or enjoyable sldo trips to tho Illai k Hills. YelhwaloDO National Park or tlie Pacific) Const, Kor full Information apptytoaareutaof connecting line, or W, D. Knlakern, (lencral Paaaenger and Ticket Agent Chicago K H'y. Chliagn, HL Nortli-WcHer- n -- m I Your Health Depends to-da-y e, flood's la Sarsaparilla s, Mr. I.lneoln Nelson, of Hartvltle, Mo., had an liitrrestlni( esferlenrei with the duo lore refontly. and wus mi (ho vrree ot a al alnful oMratlnn. lie iviluel "I icrcbyavld my uitillllrl en.lorasniriil of your oserllcnt miiedy. H. H. H. For six vears I navo been a sunVrvr from acrotii-loaffection of tho rUihU nf iiiynecU. and all efforts uf ptiirlans in 1). C , Hiirtngncld, III , and HL Iouls fallisl U rcduoo tho rnlark'euieiit. Atfr Ik months' constant Irwttmeiit hero my physl-rljurged uio to submit to a ivuiovul of the el.ind. At thl ciilkul moment a friend irsvintncniUst H H. M., and lajlngostdo a prejudlcsi axaluat oil patent l Iljfore I h- -d medicines, ( Vj.mii Its tivslrnm Ixittlu tho enlargement began lo now It Is entirely gone, and dlsjpiwjr, and t inn nut through wfth I am almost cured, my scouid untllo yet. IUd I only used your 8. S. M. years fi), I could have ec4wl If jeirs nf misery and wived ovcrllV).way, this endorsement will sen o you Iu any IL" lie experience Is llko that of nil who This sutler with deep seated blood troubles. Ttio doctors cm do mi good, and even their ve. fruitless or sorts to tho knllu irom fatal, M t. H Is Uio only ual IiIimnI rein (sly It gets at tbo i not of the disease, and lorces it out .'niiin'iny. sur-Ic- lieierlierry'ceptliiiial financier to make r hah'd lurk elnrv do ot collateral full er loan tlswe d) a," .Vf IiIiibIoii Hlar, Qeeea et Cr aeenl llmile te the Allaela VaiHlllon. It will be one ot the greatest fairs ever known In America Many featiue Of thn (l.lragn World's Pair and many additional and new ones Hxpotlllna oiien Hentember 1Mb t Wrlle to W (.', O. cinnati, U.a for prlaUst matter. 'Kiiman,"aldUncle Klien, "hei cotter us Vr.ewn. ii Doiou wauttorol IW1, dirii-ri.Us- u. I". A., Cin- A urn girl being asked who wns the greatest man In the country besliatesl n mlnutiiniMl ttienfalterlnglr re pile I "(Irral HcwtL"- - bsheuoiUMly Uulou. Of Uio plant must In manufacturing the pleasant remcsly, rtyrnp ot Pigs. ka IwnofU la! effect oa U! human system, while lite cheap visvelable extraru end nilneml solutions, usually sold as mcsUelne, The True I'rlaclple. are loriimnently Injurious, llelng welt you will uso tho Into reimsly only. Manufactured by California llg Hymp Co. A mot our rinlksdlesl and embralnesl la fit wnrda walks tho earth a living being fli SUMMER (Itxili Is Ksltivc All ev icAlh or ooncally Hmcrsou. i I la so much . Whlpplo. THE MARKETS. UV3 6TOCK -- Cat tie, sVte . ri.i..... HOLS, lomnion.,. Oood latcaera MIKr-.- P twlce- - ,. I.AM1IS -- Srrlar family Oau-HAY- Clsctsxaii, common. It tt 4 ,,. . . , IM July Nine-tenth- to Si 100 a U no i as U . ro i UlTl I t QI9 TO Intvgfouiid Plso's Cure for Consumption nit iiufailluf modl.tuo - P It. Ijiii, I, XrfH. I.TLUHcottBL, Covington, Ky.,lk-Ham's Horn. I a fenuloe rem(iLisi'sKulphurH.vap edy forrlklu Ulaeaaee. lllll'a Hair and Whisker Hye, SO cents, Imiolo bo U.sLast a man Is first rich ou the Inside, nn amount of money ran give hlui wealth Sill (lltAIN-- W Seat-- No. ,. No. res! (i.m -- Hje-N-aJ 111 ri inb-ion- TU1IACUI-Mediu- m .... - I'rlmnlo choice No,imlel, S..., I red ... , ,. .. . . . fjiwvl leaf . l'ltOVtsioNS-yi- ,,, leaf - Prime aleare IIL'TTIIlt (.noire dairy Prime to route creamery . Al'I'l.l-IVrbt.1 . . ."UTATOK New. rbld VKIV VOIIIT ,. .... .... . .,,, a u 5 : .i n n u ii oi nil hi i4 e w It . . lieu ISM Ir the bulloon sleeve I to be a rt of lb mf raitumo this summer tlie reran will enlarged.-Nashvi- lle curt ail! a U n American. a ttu O s w js-tss- FIjOIIK (MIAIN-Whe- al pslent Nn. I . one-four- th .."l'l,Ttr'lTori '" 1 Ld'""' o. tred Don h'ra i to n sj IJ M O i 4 OArsuiii lHl-Weiiern aUAlN-Wtteat-Nrt " s, not CHICAGO K..-.- t tn UtN tilt till? roif" TSst !, ns lo': s t From tarlv child-hood until I was C S frown my family apeni a fortune y J lasWfca-illl-Il trying to cure m1 lot this ilbeise. I visited Hot Springe mtdlcal i and was treated by the .rnen. but ws not tstnefited. Whtnl V l"a Ll"7aCUI llrlnll f i i lct arid-pure- t.nfr)fU'tn( OATH-Na rOKK-Me- ta.. LAKO-Me- am a trvd.,!!. s.nicaan apri&f. ...... ru CIH, a t." .V.'.'.'..'.'.'."...".'.". ajSje, It II IIALTlMOItr. . tilt u oim it on i u lis, Xfti , tctmlncd toaVHIIaM tir S.S.S. and in four! entirely cured. The terribi t ccxema t ' was gone, not a len of it lelL My gcrwral health built up, and i nave i any tcturn oi the disease. ( never lad ae pa em a e 1 have often a llthlngshadPnflalalUllta I at-- 1 Ulflsiihiius i I reeo.amen.1. rinn.i'.inii. lorn-MiI.AItli-ItennesU eaa m e u rtsjo TtH r K a :0 11,. i edS-SAa- IIUII llUIIIIII bv--sb , (lata. ird 3 Ma-lon- e, Ul.1 INDIANA No I I 1'. to-da- IXMIK-MIltHjs-Vetc- ATTI.li Flrai Quality rn OLK .. . lrs I , yet kBo n a failure to etire. mi.j. n.miii.i. uwin.iM , .Seter falls in cure, , r-- s Sate Haver W 1 1 1 eaaW linil llllllllll W a. .' OKAIX-wh- eat torn Outs-N- o. t mlicd. ..- -.. nniiM Tl Ca VV W VV latest . eien vlrnaiioti'r i reroslleshtr. Dor ireallsaoabloodand i WB akin dlaeaaee mailed' free, 14 any addrraa. i ' J wn r irtcuicco.Aiu-u.u- ,,, rtnTiit svii.a HtlAIN-Wh- eei POKK-M- esa ., I.OUI.sVlM.r. i orn iiie.i Ojla. Mlsr.1 a red' , ., '".' U s) lS o The C T M Medical Discovery of the Ace. 1 I.A1III Mean) , (JIIM T S II KENNEDY'S MEDICALJISGOVERY. DONALD KENNEDY, ,,,, ft Dr. PIERCE'S Golden nedlcal Wash-ingto- riendsOatsi FRIENDS' DISCOVERY Cures Nlncty-clght per cent ot all Mil cascn of Consumption, In Ita Earlier Stage. p d, rrs Although by many bclies-rtn be Incurs. Iile, there is the esldcnce of hundreds of living witnesses to the fact that, In alt Its earlier ttasrs, consumption Is a cmaldc disease. Not every case, but x Urrr of taut, and c believe, iMr of firrttnl, ate cuted by Dr. Pierce s Ooldcn Medical Discos cry, cicn after the diiraie has progtcsaCil so fir as lo induce relocated blcedim from the lunir. severe rough with copious cicctorallon (biclud. Ing tubercular tnattrr), great loss of flcu anil eitrrnie cinariaitnn ami weskiieaa (r-ttnlalina-erl- pasture weeds a remedy that cure, every kind of Humor, from the worst Scrofula Jou n to a common Pimple. lie lias tried it in over eleven hundred cases, and neter failed excertlntwocaws (botii thunder humor.) He lias now In tils possession over two hundred certificates of Its value, all ullhln twenty miles of Boston. Send postal card for book. A benefit" Is always experienced Itotn the first bottle, and a perfect cure is warranted w hen the right quantity is taken. When tlie lunes are affected It evcZ .l...,l.. .l... III,. ....,!!.. -- 3IH. Sliwilllal uirouc lias dlcoverrJ of ROXBURY, MASS.; In one of our common ine w Bowe s foul of wiiou, it win first. Eat of diet ever necessary. lofl . ihe best ou can get, and cnmiR. at bed Dose, one'taMepiif ul In water time, sou I'y an uiu.'- - W"5.r ","8,ri; iai-rr.ls- cause li fllnK at HZvRrJi iis Y 7 sen-uto- toiW& v" "0F FOU liOTJIS. " That's all we ask. Save us from that dreadful rubbing It's wearing us out ! d "We want Pearline the original tlie one that has proved that it can't hurt us Pearlinel Don't experiment on us with imitations! We'd rather be washing-compoun- "Wash us with Pearline! rubbed to pieces than eaten up." s2-s2 m 2sS5y J POPULAR NOVELS. PEPSIN TUTTI ADAMS' - FRUTTI -- SIS,-oo- o. ll red-ho- packages contain a list of novels by tbe most popular Authors. Five Cents in stamps will procure any one of them delivered FRKK. -. n. v. ADAM A inN; va, jiudlsonSI r'VV-'WV-VV-V'Ww.v., a " -- ' rn ..Chic are .III. IIK.ST IN TIIK WOULD. rjsi-i- 3 CHILDREN MP SUaWi' hiiFtii cot , lllaatnlrsallracllails Sorieara-aneSalla railtvlarre I ronla. Unei.lil jtood, lakan bade animona afiindaa. Tarrliury frae UWlOli HON CO., Ctlumk$K 0. Irnna eaa t nummen aolq in a communllx. oar Improiaa Hal taor55 wjutvmjwA auv&Xaunu avnet .n ' tQ- Vtfa THR RI8IN0 SUN STOVII POLISH iu caata for general blacking-u- f a atove. Tlin SUN PA8TI1 POLISH fur a quick after. dinner ahlne, applied and pot. lahed with a clolh. D A. N, In tliae Hold br dniaaiauv H 1550 o ves-hc- RooT PraKUmoritCOf wjnajS Mora K.-- K. yea ae siirw urittTJNu atala Ike U's Brt l'rea., Canton, Mm V.8.A. ioUse Aiivrutif.--:- ! riXAfit ArtUeaaaa la lata 11