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THE HICKMAN COURIER, Pabllshed Every Friday by GEORGE fiii-JiM- WARREN, Editor. A Mint Mt t Editor, J 1 in leknaa, Kentucky. iimt imi , to oti lull WARREN, WBARN, i THE HICKMiy THE OLDEBT NEWSPAPER IW - 9B01Q . JAB. a . COURIER. - SALE BILLS, OTfN KENTUCKY. LETTER HEADS, BILL HEADS, ENVELOPES, Price of Subscription, 9 V4MMfdbUUekMbfc4U JULY-18-05. 1 AH) ESTABLISHED MISSING MAN. 185!). INVITATIONS,' ETC., HICKMAN, FULTON CpUNTY, THE URISTOL TRAQEDY. Kim.ukIi Honors In tha llsmltl U lilt-ftstr- r. IHUDAY, JULY 12, 1805. ny ciVes Assist? VOL. XXX. NO. 35. ETC. CALL AND SK1C U8. iMMM,mL ml at Murder Case Which Is EnRaglnK all Omaha Police and Detectives. lire 1'ersuns In rrl.im llmrcr.l Willi tin CrimeTwo trunk Shipped tost. Louis May 'Contain the lleiimlns signs i f 11 lilmiilr iiiiilli 1. Not Csri, fur the Victims of Ihs llrldfi, HL00DY B10T. Three Men Killed and a targe ber Wounded. Num- TJ101112KJ J?I 22 23 2d 25 20 27 : , fe&WBS5r Tjsr-n" J2 r J fts4 . f I. It - Omaha, Neb., July 5. Flvo badly Ciiicaoo, July 8. A pcclal to irignicncii individuals occupying mur- morning paper from English, Ind,, lorers' cells nt the police station, n 28 20J1O M ... lays: As a result of a riot at n picnic many respects a given by Oerman Korean Catholics at f TWtTWTTtmV residence rcse nbllng Intho unsccount-bl-o i slaughter Wise, and hlberla, Terry countr, Thursday after nbsenco of John Sellan. are tho noon, three persons are dead, five fa feature of a peculiarly mysterious rtWMiBN ha a deaf nml dumb corps tally wounded, and .fifty seriously of tho Salvation armj'. Kour meeting tragedy which Is engaging nil Omaha hurt. Tim desperate fight, which pollco and detective. re held weekly. tasted for nn hour, was precipitated by Svljan I the supposed victim, while gang of local roughs, whoso numbers A onr.AT cloudburst nt Red Lake. 8. Mr. and Mrs. Mato Makln, were augmented by additions from the D., filled it dry lake of six squaro miles John Urban and John Drubnltz wamp locality along the river. They eight indie deep with water. sre Iho, prisoners. Uohlmry J, the preame to the picnic inflamed with whis sumed object of tb crime, but tho ky and armed with clubs and knives, Tim Maine muekerel fleet has had feature most confusing to tho jm'.IvC Is snd started a fight In which a thou luck till year. Tho Portland Hie unexplained absence of the corpse. sua person engaged. Many of the in- tr took but 000,000 barrels of fish, m - No. .150 Pierre aV!1 Bri ifl" t hla lulirWi in iiiiiiniiMi n A' "trSftHfl liwe J HIT? mtft sfa mnt the' teemirtlint the intruders spared neither hasty examination of In Her legs and arms broken and her ,jrwmjm thoso of tha Postal wj Tiinui: ura sixty banks in the United which tho man supposed to have been spine Injured, Is sinking slowly and Owing to tho remote locality of the Land themdeago and Milwaukee Tel-- I murdered slept showed sign of can not live. ritntes where n woman Is employed, were" prostrated to place details am meager. The most- egraphCo.'S tltlicr as n trustee, president, vice bloody con 11 lot. A great pool of blood The list of Injured Includes 70 men, reliable information Is telephoned by such an extent that, aside from Was located near the head of tho bod. women nnd children. Tho injured liv the surgeon, who Is attending the tho telephone, president, cashier or asststant cashier. the railroad trains were s3tmto.l Ir. ing In Hrlstol number 47, nnd tho re- wounded. The dead are: I'rcd Klmer, were And in rrcry eao tho woman banker and tho substithe best about blmul, Kveral nlares with llloodv mainder nre those from tho surround- Wm, Celsn nnd Frank Hart, Those tute, available to more the staggering Is either married or n widow. footprints were found on tho bed quilt ing towns mentioned. fatally hurt are: Peter llejinett, Kob-rr- t accumulation of commercial messages Tlir. post olllce department of (Iroat and pillow. Dodge, Abner Stroud, bainuel WU- - and press dispatches. From about 0 p. CRUISER MARDLEHEAD, The door casing, wall and floor were Hrltulit has Just completed tho erection tho nlcht and 11m nnd a woman, name unknown, fa- - m. Sundar. all through of the trunk wires Intended to afford Mnlued In sereral places with blood. The American Vrs.el, Well n.rclrcd well into the business day Monday, the l lilly kicked telephonic communication between A rnzor, a pocletknlfe and an Iron rt rrtrrsharff. The little village of Siberia is located telegraph officials seemed utterly helpludoti, lillnlnirKli, (Jlnii'ow, Dublin crowbar, about twoIn and a half feet fiT. I'KTKitsntnto, July a The U. S. on the northern boundary of Perry less to straighten out the confusion Ion if, were found the Cruiser Marblehrad, which unexpected- county, fifteen miles from any mil road, and wreck. So apparently Inextricable ami other Important towns. which from appearances were used as ly arrived here Thursday, Is anchored an Anderson creek. The district !i was the tangle that matter offered to Wnii.r. ifCnulne hydrophobia is not wenixms in tho stru;'ie. 'Die stranpi neur the Nlcolal bridge where enrvrds very wooded and lonely. The little tho Western Union at outside points for Undrrttootl. tlinn. I ltn tiKtn-n.listrag to seo other points north, of i. demeanor of the Inmates of the house of jxople nro Hocking Cronstadt her. place consists and aa few dozenCatholic Milwaukee snd tho senders owing to When shii arrived nt pleion aimintj pathologist that many WB Mlc,,,n" to prompt the on gling houses was returned to Roman der arrest. Wednesday her reception was of the church, the congregation of which is pro.trationcf tho wires. Tho situation cjh' of hat Is supiMisMt to bo hydnv '" P'llco Several of the persons had Hood on most cordial character. The Kusslan composer! of Germans. Jpliobla aie merely acut hysteria. As was a forcible reminder of the re11 is as ratal to the suflerei They arc n simple nnd inoffensive sult of the great blizzard in New however i"ir cioiucs. All concerned m roles. flagship Alexander 1 1., and the Kusslan 11 riii iimim no aiiierenee what it ' ''""""j !" miwiiip man reurei ?i,is. cruiser Asia, which wero anchored in people, but hnvo been greatly annoyed York. In which Roscoe Conkling lost called imleks n remedy Is found for It. irum lliu old country. I o obtain ihli the harbor manned their rigging and recently by persons opposed to their his life and In which the telegraph money the crime, it is thought, was gave her three hearty cheers. Ai religion. Thursday they planned to companies were brought to a standcommitted. Tho pollco are of the tho Marblchcad passed the mercan- rnjoy n great picnic In the wood aur still, the slopln. avenue of electric com-m- u i A cviilous pleca of mitliiitliiii mentioned In th lnst nt !,..'1 opinion mat alter the, inunlcr was tile harbor the garrison made their rounding the village. The entire popuideation being left to the long dis. i .1 i.i i r sra flsherlestho eau of a smne'.c I fired and "' ""w"e"' found nppearnncn on the Mole and the har-Ix-a lation turned out to attend gangs all tance telephone. , salute, while the warships In f vrhlrli'strnndcil In the North sea, nnirmnnIcrPil mnn' w,lIcl of went smoothly until several rlrcr Xh",u wcrc placed A CLOUD-BURShavliiK' lcn abandoned by her crew, t " th hoisted the American flag, to disturbers nppeared on the scene and e llioiteilon-th'" the national ensign. The began to make trouble. Thero were The Town ' sand unaided, and with Jr the purpo gether with replied tlss Crack, Bio., Is Under that Marblchcad out liny crew sailed In safety from the of leaving the Impression with a salute of SI s number of booth on tho grounds Water. y guns and run up sthe Kusslan flag, where of Norfolk to the coast of Sus the man had committed suicide wero Intoxicant served. rvst St. Louu, July . A speclnl from se.s, where she nas ojeked up ami drowning hlmielf In the river. Tin which net of courtesy was answered by These patronised Richland, Ma, says that a cloudburst liberally wero Immedlato discovery of the clothes and the garrison by hoisting the stars and by the Intruders, who soon began to taken Into I.lttlehampton. town of Linn Creek, the the early appearance of the tnilice nt stripes. The officers of the Kusslan Insult the Germans nnd their wive. struck tbo of Camden county, Satseat " l,,e c"llnlfi prevented tho miirderert warships then went on board tho Mar- Tho priest, who wn present, counseled ceunty evening, and the entiro town is Aioo the fatcst Inventions which ? urday Yankee Renlus has flven tho world j, fTyltijr out the further urrantreinenti blchcad and formally and cordially hi people to avoid trouble If pos- under water. The citizens were comremovlnK' the tell-tal- e clots ol welcomed the Americans. ComLater iv, d.wrknob which render a latchkey!?' sible. Mistaking this tolerance for pelled to leave their homes and dash ta,n, Bna ,he oAy mander O'Nell of the Marblehrad and cowardice, the Intruders beenmo bold- I b,0', ,ho blcx,a SMKrfluou. Ily rotating the knob lu for tbo hills. The town Is located In a tile uiiu mniiiii-- f Admiral Kusnakoff of the Kusslan n m,ii bed clothe. r and soon precipitate J i lurht, which valloy half a mile cast of tho Osage 'J he bodv, It Is believed, was revis-Itflagship, Alexander II, exchanged the pniiKT combination 1 seeurml the In a few moments assumed tho proriver, and tbo water from that stream moved from the hoiiHe ximo tlmo dur-ttidotir can bo TipeuciL The look Is portions of a desperate riot, in which Is backed up into town, while Linn the nljhu judging from tho fresh to liKi.M combinations, nmt every body took part. Clubs chairs Creek has several smaller streams pour TrnRedr ist a Ilanne. he uho kuoiss not or has forpolten tho wapon wheel track dlrccth' In front Scorr. O., July 0. Kverett Ilryan snd beer bottles were brought Into ing upon 'the deserted village. It Is of the home, which lnillel-that n l'I,Mr? .E'Vm TliftBi.. f IVtnhtlni, play, and the peacc?ul picnic was im- thought no lives were lost, but this is svajron had been liaeket up to came to llimtijfh that door. mediately transformed "Into a great means certain. A heavy rnlu Scott the sidewalk in front. The con-d- celebration Thursday to Join In the group of struggling men and screaming by 'no day Hunday in this vicinity, ana fell all that was held. Mrs. Thomas, ion of the blood on the floor went to a bowery women. Samuel Wilson, a lendcrof the It Is feared more damage will occur. Camkoiima Is carefully stocking all indicates that the killing could not dancing with Will dance and betran outsiders .. armed with a huge knife, Telegraph and telephone poles are lev TMt" MMa WtHfl IIJ Vila Miller, of Scott. done much later than rnl.b This aroused llryan'a Jealousy and pull- - which be wielded on every slde.stabbtng eled ry the dozens In places and no Mhte with the variety of eastern h""1 pamefl.b, A week ago carload oi "lflt The fact that .Seljausclothluj; lug out h revolver he tired at Mrs. Thom and cutting many persons. He was communication has been had with tho many variety of llUinot found natural and suspenders ssero soaked with as, too ball taking o frect lu her right Anally opposed by a sturdy German, flooded district since Saturday night blood wi 'lii IJIt5 California waters itrrlted at Olt killed Is taken to Indicate that hehome breast He then shot at Millar, but who was mora than a match for blot Vllu. nlnM.I lit. Unit. Inln ,.tti!JKitt-POO- u toon nO-- he had relurnad Just a bo pull.! tli trlirrr tls I .11.W.U7V.UW l MM l.!.!IpJj.il)RMt'ilhMfcai Aftva,'ton CbsM NMr'Alvaay. falnllng"fm Screral residents of the neighbor- fell directly In front her wound. Hhe blood spurting from the ghastly lulled Kentucky. llsh and svme of the varieties wero of the weapon hood say Seljsn had a large nmount of wound, his wife, rendered desperate Albakt, Ky., July 0. A mad dog black and white ha, perch, suniUH money and received the second bullet in her and that he said he hsd received left breast Hystanders Interfered nnd br the siirht. snranjr through tho was seen the eastern part of this and China cattish. It from the old country. One of the saved Miller from being murdered. crowd and dealt Wilson a terrible blow county, nrar the Wayno county line, was nrrevted told one of the The A CUBIOU" railway Is to be construct-r- sl men who murderer then turned the weapon with a beer bottle, crushing his skull going In ft westerly direction, biting Not a ixiiind of metal ollleers that Scljan had got a lot ol nn himself and pulled tho trigger, in- Durlnir the melee one of tho Intruders nnd snapping at everything in his In Ktorkla. will be used. althouth the lino III bn money recently. The police are trying flicting what no doubt will provo s kicked n woman who was about to be way. Hclblt a cow In tho Duvall And the body. Two trunks were como a mother, killing her child aud valley, aid may havo bitten other fatal wound. forty mile lonr. The woo-lorails to fatally Injuring her. will be supplied gratis by the property taken from the house durlnj the night animals. The dog passed through Patterson's Hncceasor. Ixiul. town, anion the wsst side chased a owners nlonj tho trattk and are to bo and went to this clew, Thitpollce are Washisoton, July 0. It Is probable THEY REFUSE TO ANSWER. investigating and think the Inrpe enough to cow, bit two dogs and then attacked thucu)lueer to Uxly has been cut up and placed in the that within a day or so the president lay them so that they wilt be half imright- Joe nertrtm, a young man who was will appoint a suocessor to tho late Indiana ltulMInf Associations A bedded In the sand, without other bal- trunks. cuttlncoits In a field. Bertram knock Ins tha Tax on Slock. Hubert W. Patterson, register of the last In. a few years it is hoped that Indianapolis, Ind., July a Tho ed the dog down. About this time RIOT IN BOSTON. land ofllco at Knld, O. T,, who was rethe fruit, vegetable and passenger by the marshal, In an at- building and loan associations of the men with runs came up and shot the .Sinn cently killed I'lrnilrra Alia, Seil lir Mcht.rrrt-O- nr truffle over the route vlll pay for regutempt to prevent a street fight between state are refusing to testify before tho doer. It k supposed the animal came Injiirrd. lllllril niida ululirr Wayne county. lar steel rails. llosro.N, July S. The most extraor-- Mr, Patterson and a local editor. A boards of review as to the amount of from the paid stock lucy have issued, and to In east name has been submitted by the secreAm example of the new woman of dlnsry scenes were enacted Sailor In Irons. tary of the Interior to the president, whom. The supreme court recently the extreme type appeared before the Denton Thursday. It began with the but Is kept tecret. Mr. Patterson was decided that paid-uSaw Faucisco, July 0. The bark stock Is taxable. Yorkvllle (Pa.) court the other day, as a exchango of Insults between the par-adr- from Georgia. It is likely that his sucAttorney General Ketcham has ad Arago, Capt Perry, came to port Sunand tho thousands of sightseers rumplslnant against her husband as a vised the boards of review to notify day night with four sailors in Irons. cessor will be from tho same state. worthless character. In a counter-charg- e who lined the sidewalks It ended the association to divulge In three Tho men refused to do duty after the Itlsinart-I.'- . Ilenllli Ciooil. the latter claimed that his wife with the murder and the Injury of two days after notification. If such Is not vessel left the Columbia river bound demanded that ho do the family wash-- 1 other persons after the paraders had Nmt Yoiik, July . The Herald says done they will be assessed to the full for Valparaiso- - They were placed in disbanded Friday morning: A gentleman In New amount of their capital stock. Their irons for mutiny, and Copt Perry and Ironlnif, aud enforced her or- gone over the route nnd way home. York who I a personal friend of Count Tho wife ad- portions of it were on their ders with a horn-whionly remedy will be to appeal to tho headed for San Francisco. The four All the trouble was In connection Herbert llismarck, cabled to him state board, and they will probably men were turned over to the police to mitted tho truth of '"r hiislinnil' with tho afternoon parade, which had Thursday Inquiring as to the truth of cither have to stand the assessment, or be delivered to the U.S. marshal and charge, but asserted that that was all lie was k'ood for, and that oil" come to be cnllcd "The little red the rumor respecting Prince llis- make the proper exhibit of tho paid-usubsequently tried for mutiny on the schoolhouse parade." The paraders marck' health. To tills Inquiry Count stockholders. was necessary to make him work. high seas. represented A. 1. A lodges, I'atrlotlc Herbert replied a follows: Sons of America, Orange lodges, Order Morn Spanish Troop for Cuba. Increased Their Wage. Tin: report of the warden cf the "FruKniurusiii'iir. July ft. Reports Havana, July 9. During the presKings county (N. Y) penitentiary of United Workmen and other kindred false; the prince's hcslth cren better 8. O., July SrF.riir.NVit.LB, The how that he Is sheltering from tho organisations. than usual. llismarck." Junction Steel nnd Iron Co., at Mingo ent month reinforcements of 10,000 men will Icire Spain for Cuba and durhtaMs of winter and from t lie hot ray Junction, In a conference with tho Itoail Culling I'liMengiT ltulr. Tim Sale ol Whisky Trust Properly. of tho summer's sun oflle'nls Amalgamated Association of ing the month of October and tho tho St l.ot'1, Julv ft. A special from Ciiicaoo, July 0. Judge Showalter Iron nnd Steel reto the number of sixty-eighand ho Houston, Tex., states that all Workers have ngreed early part of November additional roads Friday signed tho decree of salo which claims that the number of erstwhile in that Mate are slashing the wages 10 per inforcements to the number of 60,000 to advance their scale of provides for tho auctioning of the troops will be sent from Spain to Cuba. r who are now doing rate right nnd left between Texas eighteen lcst pieces of whisky trust cent to nil men coming within scopo All the stetmcrs of the different Spantime In tho various penal Institution City and M. Uiuls. property. Tho sale will probably tako of the amalgamated association. The ish lines will bo chartered by tho Kansas .,. of Now York state reaches 310. Of io nointhimd , amal;., -1. ...i .....n. ..,. Ilinill-Ul- l 0. 1 It will be a Junction Co., Independent of the is order to send tho troops t . ctiaw iri.iiiu, .iiiu place Monday, August In the Kings county pen ,1 ,. lie Cllb in UI30 gamated association, also voluntarily here, . fnM . mere formality, as there aro no other lentlary seven were once national bink fercd a cut of 3IS, while J13 has' been increased tho wages of men In nil debidders expected besides the reorgan- partments, Including plate and for presidents nnd twehe wero cashier. Famous Detective. Missing. to Cincinnati. This ization committee, wbose offer of Tho rest were trusted clerks nnd taken off the rate engiLkxinotox, Ky., July 9. The famous would Indicate that the Queen and Is made tho upset prlco by the mill, steel plant, machinery and teller. neering departments, nnd day laborers mountain detective, Oeorgo W. Drake, Crescent route Is n party to tho cut terms of the order. 10 per cent, tho increase to go into who has convicted moro moonshiners ting, and should this provo true, other Tlir. old homrstc.id tit Jane Uray Sent Fishery is Failure. This and murderers than any official In easteffect Sunday, July 7, 1895. roiuls will cuter tho light. I Hwlsshelm In Hwlssvale, l'a., tha New Yohk, July 0. A special dis- increase In wages will affect 500 men, ern Kentucky, is mysteriously missMecca of many visitors to Pittsburgh. patch to the Evening- - Post says: Tho Including day laborers. ing, lie resigned his position ns chief Missouri Murderer l'nrdoned. Tho linuso I redolent of historic assocoasting steamer Otter, JrrrKiiso.N Crrr, Mo., July ft. In ac- North Shore detective oHho Lexington and Eastern ciation, fine pnrtof it was n blockwhich ha Just arrived at Quebec, reNought a Fitly. ha preTallwiy sjrjravo.tty ago. house In early times, nnd boro Itsshtiro cordance with n custom which ports the seal fishery on the Labrador Ky., July 8. Andy Lkxisoton, In the defense of thn Mirrnunding vailed for manyytarsUor.StonoThurs-danuried at rinevllle. coast this spring aa almost a complete Welsh, the well known bookmaker, pardoned two murderers confined failure. country against Ilrnddock. Near It nio Pisevilli, Kv., July 9. Tho dead purchased o! John E. Madden, the The fortunate In tho penitentiary. t lie ruins of an oU mill to which tho trotting filly, Wlnnlo H, bodies of Gus Loeb and his wlfo, who In Danger of llelng Lynched. 1'rcuch soldiers went for meal from men nro .Samuel Kinney, a SU Louis Memphis, Tenn., July 0. Two Ne- by Karon Wilkes, out of Glenn, by Di- were murdered In Harlan county about of murder Mrs. Swisshclm was Negro, who was convicted I'ort Duquesne. senJoe Jackson and Henry Dubose, ctator, tho dam of Hex Amcrlcus, --':U', two weeks ago, were brought hero and the first woman engaged to report In the second degree In ISSt and Cook, groes, jail nt Meridian, Mis., for a nnd three other that can trot tatter buried. Tha murder of tho old people In nro Washington now for a daily nowspti-per- . tenced for 55 yearsj nnd JHines In the murderous assault on Merchant L. II. than'.'::o; price privnte, but n long one. for their money was one of tho worst who wa convicted of murder o Mho was employed for that ever committed in this part of second degree In Oreen county In 1883 Farmer nnd wife. They are In danger Tho Ally will be campaigned by llrook crimes by lloruco Urceloythe country. of being lynched. Curry. nnd sentenced fnr 13 years. A Nkw Yoiik man proposes to test (Julct Sunday. Fell Eight Floors. IliiNslnii Minister to bo Itelievetl. ,1'Velglit Mietls lliirned. not the quest Ion whether tho state Ciiicaoo, July 9. Tho elevator In WasiiinotoN, July ft. Prince Canta-ciirenNhv Yoiik, July 8. This city Sunday Cincinnati, July ft. Tho freight llublc for damages for depriving lilin the Kussiau minister to the had lomewhat tho nppcaranco of n tho Warren Springer building, 107 II, .t O. & W. railroad nt of Mi liberty. Ho was arretted mid homo of the United States, will shortly bo relieved Maine prohibition town. There were South lanal street, dropped from tho M. freight Storrs stntioii, tho old O, convicted oil the charge of burglary house, along with fifteen or twenty of his official duties here nnd trans- less saloons doing business than on lnst eighth lloor to the basement Monday and served two years In tho penisome tilled with ferred as minister to Stuttgart He is Sunday, Many of them who had done morning- - Samuel Ford and Joseph tentiary. Muanwlillc. his Innocence cars, some empty nnd nt l o'clock now lu Kussin, but will return to this a quiet business on previous Sundays Lnvoye, who wero in tho elevator, ro burned was est'nbllshed nnd n pardon followed. freight, wro country In September and prcsont his wero closed Sunday beyond all doubt ceived internal injuries and will prob night. Loss S.10 000. The niimunt of hi damage bill Is 8101,. Thursday letters of recall. ably di. tli,snniiuiit&!3,fooisclnlmcil 63S.SS. Of a All Quiet In tho Coal It;gion. Monument lo IViUlus. Pullman Employes Get a liaise. for injury to reputation and mental Ten Killed by it Holler Implosion. Akiio.v, 0 Julj' ft. A monument to V. Va., July 8. Got. CiiAm.r.sTo.v, and physical suiTering while in prison. Col, Simon Perkins, who ilfty years ngo Colon, July e. The boiler of the MncCorkle has been In receipt of sevLudlow, Ky,; JunoO. Tho employes Tho rest Is his computation of the gave (Jrnce, Union nnd Perkins pnrks electric works nt Carthagena exploded eral messages from the strike region of the Pullman shops In this city, amount lost In business by this falsa to tho city, wa unveiled In Oraeu park Friday, destroying three houses, Sunday, nil of which state that every about 300 In number, were notified Imprisonment, with hi attorney's fee Thursday fternoon before 10,000 peopersons nnd wounding eighteen thing is quiet, nnd that there is no Monday of an Immediate inerenso of 10 added, others, per cent in their wages. ple. probability of trouble nt present Invaijed the An army of black worms hteniner Lady lice Sink. Itonted. Trolley Car Accident at JIufTalo. Tho Valkyrie IIL town of Tiioinuston, Mo., 11 few day Mkmi'IUS Tenn., July 0. The steamSantiaoo dk Ct'tiA, July .V On MonBuffalo, N. y., July 9. Nine men IIu.ntkhs QttAY, July 8. Tho repreago nnd seem to hayc taken complete, day last tho Insurgent had a slight er Lady Leo struck nn obstruction In wero badly injured by tho derailing of though doubtless temporary, posses- encounter with government troop in the river nbout cloven miles above sentative of tho UnUed Press learnt a trolley car at.North Buffalo Monday tho Valkyrie III will tako part In morning. A sion of the place. They have entirely Cnyo Largo, near Manranlllo. The here Friday night nml sank In fourteen that gang of about 75 Italians stripped the foliage from tho elm treos rebuls wero routed and their lender, feut of water. No lives lost The car- 110 inure races on this sldo of the She will go to Hcnderson'i and Poles boarded the car to go to go will provo n total loss. Value of that bother tho strsits, as well hh tha Amador Cncrra was killed, yard Monday to prepare for her voy- Tonnwanda, The brake wero out of npplo treos In the suburbs, all of which the steamer nbout 825,004 0- order, and in going down a steep grade age to Now York. now a bare as In midwinter. Tho are Mlllmtv llnlloon llursin. the car became unmanageable. from the treea In showers ft. worms fall Tho I.okal llahn Killed by a Car. Ili:nt.i.v, July H.x Person Drowned lu Imkn Geneva. theft-yea- r walking In the street enr-r- y A Timely Italn. Akiio.v, 0 Julv and women Pearl, publ'ih'1 n ktatemeut that n Lakk Ukmsva, Wis., July 8 Sll Cambium, o., July 9. A very hard umbrella for protection from tho largo mlllthry balloon burst on the obi daughter of George K. Keager, of persons were drowned fn Lake Genevi have also ground of the balloon department ol 110 Ally 11 street, was run down by a Sunday morning, unpleasant pest. The worms afternoon by tho swamping ol shower struck here Monday crop were coming Just in time, ns the Invsdcd the houses, to the dismay of the army, seriously Injuring five pion-ear- . trolley car on Hast Exchange street the steam launch Dispatch in the Thoraaston Is tha not nbout noon Friday, lloth legs war the housewives. wl'l-- lt The cause of tha .break swept over this sectioi In a very bad condition, nnd there is much rejoicing among tho farmers. ' am had off and sha died stttv m. only town lu the oountj tjiua tavadaaV kaown. about r, 1, To-da- y rrtf f Anton-Buck-ovlt- ld lllilsiot., Ind., July 0. Whole families lu this hamlet and the surrounding territory have been stricken down by Thursday's fearful bridge disaster and there is hardly a household that has not one or more maimed aad suffering laying In a darkened room. there has not been nearly enough doctors In Hrlstol to care for the wounded, though they havo cotno from nil the surrounding towns, Tho fortunate ones whom luck or tho pressure of work keptnway from tho bridge have volunteered as nurses, and of the 000 men, women and children of Hrlstol, there Is not an uninjured one who Is not tendinis- tha Ick, running for tho doctor or doing some other errand of mercy. The old village ikvctor Charles Dutrow can no longer minister to the people lie has terrcd j long and so fslthfully. Wis sblns and ankle arn crusllv In. - The Tronlile Took 1'lar nt Herman Picnic nn llin Fourth nt slhrrln, 1ril.The Itlot Wnslhr(lulKriitlliiirHrll(loas Ulfferenrrs llrtnern Contrslanta, iy --- "" - 'strea-taATMMr- dloc irtf sat of I'ropsrty Drstrorea' fj ina Htorm. Iy 0. It is now bcllcvea Tha Entire Watershed of the Rocky loss of llfo bv storms In Mountains Swept by Storms. "Veach fully fifty. The loss Ctk .'tw, n1nA,1 It, ,I,m tll. Cropland Frmrrop-rtT- , HfJ fenccaand farm build- - Great Dmrrnrllnn n toMfe W Ith Lost The Storm Km. off and highway and brarril an Area of About Tim Huniweptawoy. Thirty of dred qnro Miles In Uxtont. ngs In Winona sue- lldcnces. a nburnh nnd St Louis, July 8. Thursday morning Wfent down nt ltaxler lnst, telegraphic reports began to arrivtaVlrirpttai twnnfr n t !) ed In rains at TKaias. Abouf, Jefferson Thesethis city ofgrow In western points reports numbers ever square miles of grow- - day and covered n largo territory, Indestroyed. Tratllc on dicating that the entire eastern water l Memphis railway is Kocky mountains from tht .apended. Reports of shed of the and Iowa lines to Texas erty other than above Nebraska by a storm. Friday night wa swept five points In Kansas, the severest blow came. Keports of , alx in Arkansas and loss of llfo and destruction ol Ian territory. Tho property came with very tele!ln Illinois. gram, and the downpour which Vis., July 8. A a regarded as wm a blessing, r alf kt's aserm-t- ba v.. wo sm. at r.. devaststlea. lost WINDJAND ItAIN. S r- TROLLEY CAR WRECKED. KJSNTUCKYJTA'fJS'NIiWa Tha Motorman Instantly Killed anil Eighteen of the Twentj-M- l Haul Iastncer KENTUCKY POPS. Injured. Together nt Louisville am) Xsmi East Livr.nrooL, 0., July 8. At 3 Ticket o'clock Monday afternoon a trolley y Louisviu.k, Ky.. July 6. Tho car with twenty-sipassengers on populists wero In session corlv boa id, becamo unmanageable and slid down the Franklin nvenuo hill, killing Friday morning, but it was nearly one mau and injuring eighteen other noon lioforo they got down to real people. Tho car was manned by James work. Tho first thing was tho report Hamilton, the new motorman, this be- f the committee on resolutions, which ing his first day on duty. Tho tracks presented tho Omaha platform. Thero were slippery after tho rain and the arcro many amendments, but, ni ear got out of his control. At tho fool idopted, it indorsed the Omaha plat- of tho hill It Jumped tho track on t :orm and declared for the free and coinage of silver at 18 to 1. sharp curve and went over a twenty-foo- t A delegation of ladles anncared be- embankment Into a creek. The momentum yvn so great that fore tho convention and several f the car was almost burled in ipecches were made urging tbe tondoptaplanklnitsplatfoynv tho ground. Hamilton, the motorman, was Instantly killed, his head being indorsing woman suffrage, but It was crushed to a jolly. Tho car broke In voted down. two as it struck and several passcngem Ai 12:30 the convention proceeded Hon. T. fcL fell through the floor and were thrown with the nominations. 01 uwensboro,; wa no hsvo lnscrcen.. xne.iajureauv 11 x Ken-,uckone-halcon-routi- I r -- 111 y 11 bed-cloth- licd-roni- 1 J doti-clire- s "n rir """; """' l" 1 jr I ' ; te lt s l.t Mtvc-i-Uiil- ?he.ffei o r worn-nn're- l! i p rs 11 p ofll-ccrs- k t, woiicr-chungc- sixty-eigh- -- ... .... ,,,.. nt three-year-ol- d pur-Jmi- 1 t kill-ingte- n 11 Ki-tu- (V. tor-und- 1 the jail at Hanford tho other day nnd scaped. All three wero sent therefrom ?ther counties for safekeeping. Felony sharges were made against each of the men, and a reward of S50 Is offered for their arrest Nrar Sorghotown, Daviess county, Ed Cooper threw a quart bottle of vln-gat Jim llarbcr and struck him on the back of the head. llarbcr died In half an hour. Cooper was jailed. The colored stato teachers' association was in session at Lexington the Dtlicr day. A large number of teach-:r- s THE POPE'S DECREE. from all over the state were County School Superintend-;n- t A Circular Lattar In Hazard to Fast present. Cassidy addressed the association Days. Boston, July 9. In an Investigation it 11 o clock. Numerous papers wero of tho published reports from New read, and n great deal of valuable dls- York that the pope had promulgated a Mission tool: place. decrco abolishing all days of abstin-encJohn A. Coleman, for many years In in the year except Friday, even tho employ of tho federal government during Lent, tho decree being made In the mall service, wan arrested In applicable only to poor persons and Hopklnsvillc at the instance of Post their families, It was learned that the Office Inspector W. P. Houk on a warfollowing circular relative to the sub- rant charging him with embezzling ject had been 6ent to all pastors of the HC3 of the postal fund of Jennie Llnd, lows: )f Ft. Smith, Ark. lloston diocese: Three at Fayettcville, Ark., one nt Archbishop Itlco. Union Park strset Boston: A colokkii man on the Fourth of Richards, Kos., and s : of a hunting "Reverend Iesr Sir: In answer to s petiparty in tho Indian Territory. This tion from the most reverend archbishops, the July excursion train nt Richmond, was gives n known and probable loss of holy sec, by an lmlult circa March IS, for ten ttruck by a post in an overhead bridge United forty-thre- e lives. This total will be yearn, has granted to theblshopiof the tbe lsn while he wa looking out of the coach faculty of dispensing from Increased when the receding water States the on certain days la favor of work- - snd received injuries about the head of abstinence from which he will die. permits a thorough search. Tho loss in las "By vlitse Cf this Indult snd of taV lentcn property can bo placed In tho million. At Owcnsboro a jury gave Mrs. Igle- thn use o( flesh meat Is permitted rdl-- t fop K7.000 damages Uwemngs, nnu inrm uu'd.liua .vers rit.nensstlnnof the years except Frldsy, Ash hsrt 5. carried off and wagon and railroad on sll days Wednesday snd baturdsv In holy against the murderer of her husVeanesdsy, bridges swept away. Thirty of the week snd the vlgllo Christmas. band. tsae ttstssV fatAllIt V4V1 AA I aa flt uu imjd cicu uj tuuvii sssa "lft'llJ buildings IU Winona nut.- - I ho isibound vut last rosysua meat only once,, s llLUE onAsa seed is bringing 30 csnti use ro to enmbed. Five residences a church nnd II .f Aa IV... cicuiPs iiuui uu nV.llailAn ui fail. a bushel. 4 tUUOC a l .. . n. , . i. wnrr ,,.-..- v lstit . whiil uiuiii as. a iua.1.. s. UUi,. Mitftn rT- at . ... uuusaiivu nni mill I ... 11. llnnmva u 1.V. .. 1. l iti. arj a.A In ltus- - I llmUe Springs. Six bridges went out . J V. ;,, The use ot meat na fish t tao sMntLi,.., ,i,ia yyilB.w ell county,11( lianas. , Aooul JaRer - 1 meat ts not allowed, vi 'WJO f ... ' n-tb.. am nr aimay mum laiiai t jrrosrj- n- ti- Xtmvr covered with , " debris. i,..,or- - ,Bd Mnf..r, . MUnMi t n.. county have petitioned tor a vote on Truffle on the Ft Scott and Memphis discretion in ursine or rehuinr the fulfillment the free turnpike question. railway is temporarily suspended Re- of tbs law, carefully distinguishing between The grandchildren of the late vener exempt the ports of damage to property other fromcrave reason which In themselves reasons able Daniel Spalding hare presented the obligations snd the lesser than ubovo" noted come from five points which aro sufficient to justify a dispensation. the Louisville school of reform a handin Kansas nino In Missouri, six in In the ususl announcements made from tho some window to be placed in the chapel Arkansas nnd two in tho Indian terri pulpit concerning the laws of faslinffand absti- of that Institution. nence special made of tory. The storm spent itself in Illi- Indult and tho mention is to be be advisedthis There is a burning bog on the farm faithful should to nois, but, having lost Its force, proved perform some other work of pensnes or of Miss Addle Campbell, near a blessing to crops. as for example, sbstlnencerrom si) It is due to dried up vegetation. kinds of Intoxicating drinks." Pensions were Issued to veterans in t. Stevenson Suicides. Kentucky the other day as follows: TO ADJUST TAXE8. San Luis Ontsro, Cal., July 8. Original Larkin Vandeventcr, Jett, Stevenson, of Idaho, committed Tha State Board of Commissioner Meet Franklin. Increase Henry Win lock, at Indianapolis and Orxsnlae. He arsuicide by taking laudanum. Allensvillc, Todd: Samuel If. Indianapolis, Ind., July 9. The Shclbyville, Shelby; Robert Brown, rived at Paraiso Springs June 5, acDixon, companied by a servant Ho was af- state board of tax commissioners or- Glasgow, Barren. e Joel W. flicted with sciatica and was In a help- ganized Monday, State Auditor Dalley, Guess, Tolu, Crittenden; Zacbariab T. less condition, but had been graduallv Col I. N. Walker and D. F. Allen be- Russell, Pleasant Ridge, Daviess; Geo. Improving, and lately was getting able ing present Gov. Matthews Is Noe, Louisville, Jefferson; John T. president of the board, but he was to walk a little. He was expected to Llnwood, Hart; Harry Reed, entirely recover. He did not leave his absent Monday, and Col. Walker was Bardstown, Nelson; Addison Garrott, room for the last three days and ap- chosen temporary chairman. W. H. Elmo, Christian. Original Wido-wpeared very despondent It is not Hart, deputy auditor of state, was Martha J. Wright, Sharon Grove, Todd. known whero ho obtained the lauda- elected secretary. MexlcanWnr Survlvtcs Increase: Wm. It was announced that no railroads Price, Hadley, Warren. num. were ready to appear before the board Mat Belli: InsniLL, an Inmate ol Klnc Osear and Emperor Monday, and an adjournment was Stockholm, July 8. King Oscar, ac- taken until Tuosday. Tho first ses- the county Infirmary at Charleston, companied by Emperor William Sun- sion of twenty days will be devoted committed suicide by setting fire to day went by train to Castle Drlpsholm. to the assessment of the property of the bed on which sho was lying and The train in which they traveled was railroad companies, sleeping car com- burning herself so badly that she died a few hours after being found. Two the flrat to pas over tho new railway panies, etc. weeks before Miss Ferrlll, who is only to the castle. The royal party inllrnnm's "Sound Slonej" Speech. 18 years old, gave birth to a child cluded the crown princo and crown iNDiA.VAroLis, Ind, July 9. W. D. which she said was her brother's, and princess Prince Carl nnd Trlnco Eugcn. Sunday ccnlng King Oscar Bynum mado his first "sound money" this is supposed to have caused her to gave n dinner at Drottninghnm castle speech at Spenocr, Ind,, Monday night take her life. in honor of his imperial guests. Em- At the outset he said be appeared as J, W. Asiicrapt's neck was broken peror William was in the best of tho representative of no party, and by being thrown from n horso near Saspoke only for himself. He said lem a few days since, and Lathe Good, spirits. be believed ail factions of tho cur- win was struck In the head by some Negro r;hot by a Young I.ady, rency question desired the same unknown person and will die. LiTTLF. Rock, Ark., July 8. At result but only differed as to the meth The following pensions were granted I. T., Sunday, Sallle Harkins, a ods by wh'ch the result was to bo a few days ago: Original Wm. Eades young lady living near there, shot and achieved. He said he did not believe jr., Mlntonville, Casey; James MeMII-Hakilled John Burgess, a Negro, who that anyone wished to see a policy In Bardwell, Carlisle; Reuben Simp-socursed her becauso she charged him augurated that would separate the Henderson, Henderson. Renewal with burning her fnther's house. The value of gold and silver. He said tho and Increase Wm. M. Karnes, Padu-cah- . Negro admitted tho crime nnd said he chosper would always drive out the McCracken. Increase Joseph A. wns sorry she was not in the house dearer metal and no one would pay in Patton, Flemlngsburg, Fleming. Rewhen it burned. Miss Hnrklns replied the dearer where he had a right to dis- issue John II. Duhme, Covington, by putting two bullets into the Ne charge obligations with tho cheaper Kenton; John Augustus, Louisville, gro's head. Jefferson; Wm. H. Lyon. UockyrUVU,'rJ Another GlrL Station, Edmonson; Francis M. Hall, He rropheeled Hie Deatb. Valparaiso, Ind., July 9. Rev.Omer Kiserton, Bourbon; Cain Alyls, HenderHuzzAnn's Bay, Mass., July 8. At Gray Gables, tho quiet nnd picturesque Oakes, of Wheeler, this county, died son, Henderson: Henry K. Mead.Zelda, summer home of President Cleveland Monday morning, aged 45. A singular Lawrence; Alexander Snolling, Frank, at 4120 Sunday nfternoon, a little girl coincidence exists in the deaths of tho fort, Franklin; Baruabus Blackbui-nwns born to Mrs. Cleveland. Dr. Jos- Oakes family. All the members, eight Canada, Pike; Wm. II. Case, Maysvllle, eph 1). Ilyan, tho nttending physician, in number, so far, havo died on bun Mason; James W. Landers, Lcbanoi., Sunday informed n representative ol day, and the funerals wero held on Marion; Willis T. Crowdcr, Princeton, Kidder, the United Press that both mother and Tuesday. The deceased prophesied his Caldwell; Moses Turpln, Wayne. death on that day last Wednesday. child were doing well, Tiik bells rang for a wedding in Ueserte.l ills Wife. of the The Leland Stanford Case. Hopkinsvllle, and CisNTON, 0 July 8. It. N. Taylor, n Washington, July a Attorney Gen- people in the city mistook tho quick member of tho law firm of Wolther nnd eral Harmon in all probability will sounds for the flro alarm. A great Taylor, and son of be taken many people ran to tho station house, ha left his wifo and Is Tuesday order nn appeal to I. N. Taylor, came down town to South from tho decision of Judge Ross in the and all of the firemen supposed to be on his way case of tho United States against the on a run. America. Tho ract 01 his ucseruon estate of the lato Senator Lei and Stan Amono the postmasters appointed a wns established when his wifo cams ford, to recover S15.000.0OQ. The suit, fow days ago were: J. M. Perry, Harp, hero from a visit to her parent's home, it will bo remembered, was instituted Franklin county: .Mrs. liello llos,.May. at Hamilton, with n lcttor from him in In the United States court for tho hew, Boyd couuty; Achilles 1). Howell, which he said ho would never como Southern district of California, to Miller's Creek, Estill county; S. J. Mor back, that ho uever cared for her and liability of tho stockhold- ton, Pellyton, Adair couuty, R. B. Hull, establish mentioning many instances of his un- ers of tho the Fleming county. Central and Southern Pacific faithfulness and profligacy. Ills credi- Railroad Co. under the lnws of tho Ryan, nnnual Adair county Sunday-schoo- l Tub tors Issued nttnehmonts against htm convention will 'bo hoM at last week nnd found his property heav- states for the dues of the corporations Breeding's Tuesday. July 10. to the United States. ily encumbered. was wrecked near A fhuit special Setere Storm In Southern Iuwa. 'She fell Over Demi." l)r.s Moimes, la., July 0. Reports Clinton, and the people of the tow-SiiKLnvviLLK, Ind, July 8. Coroner nre received here of a severe storm nnd country reveled In such luxurlot Knapp wa called to llunover townswept a considerable section of as ripe tomatoes, plums, cucumbers, ship to hold nn Inquest on the remains that day 1 the southwest part of the state, Mon- cabbage, beans, ice, etc., for of Mr. Emcllno Willett, who wa morning. Several places west of so, as no effort .viM made by '.he comfound dead on tho floor of her bed day in Warren, Page. Montgomery, pany to save nny of the broken crntet, room, wnen ne coroner nrrncu mo here, husband wa sitting In and aPottnwantamio counties there barrels or boxes of Morgantown, 1 ilfad woman' wns wind that approached the charJ. 11. Fi.M.i;r. room smoking an old pipe, pertho 11 a burglar nlurm and did immense a acter fectly Indifferent regarding his sur damageof to tornado Thero was also u obtained u patch money crops. bell which ho thinks will be Ho refused to tulk, other rounding. hall iua wide strip of country, fell over severe killed a considerable number of making intention, than to say that "she just which Huitut' Williams, a farm hand. Is In dead." Her neck wa black and blue, cattle. Tho small grains, which were th on her head a very heavy and tall, were matted down jail nt Hopklnsvillc, charged' with snd theie wero bruises of ' by the storm nnd the loss illl b murdernear James Young, a farmer ro . If done wl''l n blunt Indtrumen Longvlow, 1 ding severe. soma h!u , ar 1 o ts a. 111 111 1 -- Sunday swei several instances tho seas of rnln were abetted In their work of destruction by tornadoes. It Is too early yet to sum up the loss but the total must be appalling, and those to whom the angry elements spared life have little left to sustain it The stories of storm are so similar that n statistical summary Is all there is left to tell. The storm embraced on area of two hundred square miles, with the southwestern corner of Missouri as the center. The greatest loss of llfo Is reported from Winona, Mo., whero eleven corpses havo been found with as many more missing. At Haxter Springs, in southwestern Kansas, five were killed and eleven seriously injured by a cyclone that accompanied the storm. One person wa drowned. The greatest burden fall upon tho farmer n too far spent to ptant tho season new crops and suffering must surely follow In the storm's wake. Tho county granaries have nearly nil been cleaned off. A family of flvo encamped on the banks of Fish creek In tho Indian TerSaturday and ritory disappeared nothing has been heard of them or their belongings, except a part of their wagon. At Thomasvllle, Mo., whero the rainfall was four inches in one hour, five persons wero lost Uniform nre received of loss of life as fol fannr a)amtjtttat In t .f,c rr,.,i.. iM,eH.r.e, Wcllsville, badly cut about head and breast Charles Sonce, oalinevlllc, on- rib broken. Moody Coburn, of this scalpcompletely almost city, ed and bin leg and two ribs broken. II aimAit drowned before being res cued. Charles Ashbaugh, Hrldgeport, Miss Millio O., several scalp wounds. Nicely, Wndsworth, O., cut in head and shoulder dislocated. Miss Maggie McDole, Toronto, 0., ono rib broken. Miss Frances Ness-leNew Cumberland, W. Vn., leg crushed and two ribs broken. C. F. Surley, Frank Anderson, Samuel Manor, John Manor, Mrs. Luella Anderson and Ella McDole, all cut about head and face. A peculiar feature about tho accident wns that seven of thoso Injured were visiters In 'this city, who happened to be on tho car. i.,.i.. f fit rrtMAl for secretary of foruP,cIrIn'cndent rarrncri for commissioner of agriculture, W. L. Scott, for United States senator, C S. "or, P?a II. C. Deancj 'V1'.?!'"!1 .Kc5. public Kate. Two wiiitr men and one Negro lawed out of the large Iron cells of A - rn i .. .,, ,,, ti r:""PWJrtrmnmsmMKnT", self-deni- May-woo- Ex-Go- l, two-thir- 11 1 -- 1 1 B I "I WZum , f r-- - X- -s f - hft.fr.i'MT,,.. - ' ..u,M $ 4, '-s' . , , ,,, ..... i ... .r ..,.-- .w w9t"- - i y'iw'jwsfeyiiCT'4 - ' fa 4 I w esyaaswraMn wi, unless ., -- . wwftil ivvi'mt93KimMiiimm tin TS3 Friday, HICKMAN COURIER. IIIOICV AN, KY., : : : : A I) il Democratic Populist .State Taclivt. Trade ami iflituiith'. Tlio revival of business this year itf the country's history. It took "us fivn nr six years to recover from the panic of ror lour years vcrv little improvement was riiade, nnd two years more elapsed before, our old activity was regained. two years have passed sinco the panic ot 1S93 broku upon u, and wo uro again in tlio midst ol a period ot great business activity. Recovery was slow at first, as it was bound to bo with the Delw strike, Coxey armies ami calamity howlers all over the country to it Not until tho drain on the Treasury was stopped in February last did the revival hiovement take such shape ns to nllsj- - tho fears of tho timid. From tin time to the present tho improvtatcnt has been steady, without a sjniile set- , .. I is unpicccilentcd J.JUV.M julv 12. ISA.". flin NTATK ' NKWIOIt. Fill-In- We are authorised lo announce T. J, as h r :i n I n I o for .sin In 8enlor n In reprernl lira e, lltokinnn and counties In the next Orncral As urniMjr, eiiliject la tlic action of tlie llcmnnrnllo t'rlr. Rl'.NATOtt MAJUON IlUTT.KH of North Carolina says ho livliovrs thr-- I'opulists will curry Jvontnokjr nt t do ooinifijT election. Whow ! TnR Pullrunn Palace Car Co., Inn followed tlio example of ninny iminnfaoturlng cbIjiIiIIhIi in cuts mill advances wages Ion per cent. whoso cow Mns. O'Lkary, kicked over tlio Itimp Mint started tho firo that cost of millions of dollars, died hint week after n brief illness of (Jlilr-tiRlinn-droit- s tinomuoiiin. Tiik following States will elect governors and State offleors iu Nnveiulier next: Iowa, Ken- liuiky. Mnryland, MaBgaclmBettB, Viilnla. OnovKn'ri third Is also n girl. Thrro girls nnd never n boj I This will lie proof positive "to sumo of his eneiniefl that tho president never had that interest in the Democratic parly's welfare which he should have. Goiiiiuer-clalAppenl. Tiik free silver democrats of Carlisle county held a mooting nt Hardwoll last week. They resolved to support tho stato ticket and to nse their best efforts to elect a legislator who would vote for n free silver candidate for Uuitod States Bcnntor. TlinOwensbnrn Messengor, ono of the strongest free silver p.tpors in tho Slate, says tho Democrats of Western Kentucky aro anxious to be pormittod to vote and work for the success of the ticket nt Louisville on tho 27tli ult. Of oonrae they nre. TnK nmnber of eloquent Kentucky Democrats who offer their net vices to tho State Committee for tho campaign indicates that Tho Ideal Panacoa. politics is going to be red hot iu the old Commonwealth thin year, Let Well Kiiii;;1i Alone. James L. Francis, Alderman, nnd when politics gets 'that Tho fanner, or othor citizens, Chicago, says: "I regard Doctor hot in Kentucky it means a signal if Democratic victory. Calloway who producos prodncts to sell for King's New Discovery nsnu Ideal 'Times. money, can well afford not risk Panacea for Coughs, Colds and Lung Complaints, having used it any new experiments about tho in my family for tho last live years, Hon. Jo. O. S. Blackburn is to the exclusion of physician's reported as saying that 'lio stands currency. Tha present money standard of prescriptions or other prepara!iv t!j i;!:;tfor.'!! asssl ticket fliloi' od iu the convention, bnt he will tho United States has, practically, tions." Rov. John Bnrgus, Keokuk, say whou henext takes the stump, been tho same ns it is now, since that, although lie believes the free 1S34, nnd under it wc hare had Iowa, writes: "I havo been n Minister of tho Methodist Episcottotnugo of sliver to be tho remedy for tho conntry's ills, still, good nnd hard times, but always pal Church for 50 years or more, since his native State has seen fit when a man produced something and bnve never found anything so to think and deolaro against a. to soil he coutrt got good money beneficial, or that guvo me such relief as Dr. Kind's ...... .. change hi our currency system, for u.anult bo produced In numid-ltf..... ....... Mew ..-II lirncpfortli It will ic Iris cuileaYori ;' nl.un.lanco io to bo guided by tho oxpression of I "no " 'ou'', of money. ThcbO are facts, nndlat S woyiio's drug store. his jioople. should ben warning to onr people TIopr surely does spring eter- against reckless experiments such Cntmc ami I'iieel. nal iu the breasts of Kentucky as currency ngltntlnns. Jiopnbllcaus. It is well that It The lessons taught by the two We have bad, practically, the does, for It will bo something like groat panics Is sot forth plaluly iu eternity bufore nny of their Ken- present standard sinco 1S34, tho tho following nrtlclo taken from tucky hopes are realized. Krou gr.odf ld Democratic days of weru it possible for the party to and yet somo Dem- the Rochester ( N. Y.) Herald: Jackson, elect ISradley and his State ticket ocrats uro very much alarmed beTho panic of 1S73 took place this year, the talked of capturo of under Republican rnro and under the Legislature is impossible. cause Cleveland and Cnrlislo want a tariff so excessive that many Sixteen old Democratic Seuntors to ptnnd light whoro wo nro bold over, und these would bo maintaining as is now tho equality distinguished Republicans argued enough to mako tlio joint caucus of gold aud silver, giving to each for its reduotion. The effects of Democratic even if it were posthat panic did not begin to pass sible for the Republicans to got equal purchasing power. system is tho somo with tho nwny and the country to approach Our several tho best of tho election .,,- for Senators and Representatives leading commercial countries of.uo uur,m" l'"jieniy unui ioo, this lull. Fniukfoit Capitol. tlio world, England, Franco Qgp'uiui not uuwi joow was recovery many, and nil of Europe, These from the convulsion complete TilK Chicago This memoriable period of hard grows eloquent over tho Sound countries aro tho richest, tho most times therefore lasted for five Money victory in the Grand Old prosperous, most intelligent, pro years. During nil this time Commonwealth. Hero is what il gressive and enlighteued on earth, the Republican party remuinod in says: Keutuoky, tho eldest fellow- control of tho legislation and ad daughter of tlio union, where uud shall we abandon their ship, experience and example, nnd ministration, it uy stealing tho tlrat wns seen the star of tho em Presidency had renewed its plre in its westward course, true gang off with tho free silver coun- lease of power. If tho confidence to Its traditions of sound govern tries of Mexico, tho South nnd of business men In Republican inent, has turned aud broken tho Central American S ntes, nnd tbo wisdom Is so profound and trust tide of tho freo silver movement ing, why did it take the country There, in a contest openly nnd lo half civilized countries of China, moro tiiuu nvo years to recover gitimately made, where tlio ones Japan, &c. What doesyour pride from the Republican ''hard times" tion wns an issue, the Democratic say I of 1873 party of Kentucky havo declared Only two years had elapsed tor honest money. Tlio Stato of Ilmr lo ICeorirmilzu Your since the panic of 1803, nnd yet Henry Clay, of John J. Crittonden It is universally admitted that we Committee. of James Gnlhtie, of Josopb II. aro now rapidly recovering from Holt, and of Goorgo D. Prentice Ro A number ot tho Democratic it. Whatever buncombo thoupon could h.irdlv have done otherwise. publican organs may iinposo Herein U tho beginning of the oud. County Committeemen of this aud their readers theso tacts remain other counties seem not to fully tliHl tho "hard times" of 1893 The colored Republicans of understand tho plan of reorganiz visited ua when every law on tho Louisville, says tho Frankfort ation of the present county com statute books that conld possibly Capital, aie making matters decid- mittees. eucct industry or llnunoe was ol That part of the per Republican enactment; and lo I edly uuplcasaut for the Republi can noinlueea uu llio Btnte ticket manent organization committees and behold, Inside of two year by demanding an uuqnaUtled de report, ndopted nt tho Btnte Con- good tiuios nro coming ngniu un claration irom mo candidates as vention, which bears on the sub- der Democratic rule and under regards their position on the nep ject, reads as follows: the operation of eaonomlo and Count; and LecUUtive nrate ooaub law. Theso innuisi mittee! uliall coiiiist of one Dlnlrlet Com tlunnclul laws enacted by Demo from live colored voters want to know rch voting precinct lo tic member lliuts crats cboien whether their party's candidates In prn.locli wbcre hy law rejr!lrallon In Contrast tbo history of tho two favor tho law or will work for its required each voter who elmll declare panics, und then ask ourselves if repeal or Kb nullification by the bimxlf a Democrat ahull thcu ami there thero be tho slightest grain of Committeeman far an cotuts. The Siuto convention vol precinct,Kxeciillve pen on receiving (or sense in the Republican couten a and llie ignored the matter when tho color lh that recovery in 1895 is due so plurnlity of the ibatt be micb tion Republican ml contingent endeavored to oh committeemen. voles influence. Why In precincts where regis to tain uu expression from it, bnt tho tration Is not required the Democrats of was recovery delated so long colored fellows, though chagrined the precinct shall assemble In mnM after the panto of 1873 If liepub Saturday on and n lit t lo disheartened, havo laeeilng at '2 o'clockday the registration fol- lican ascendancy Is at once a safe In of not given up tho light. They now lowing the first it is required, nnd Ihen guard and a euro" precincts make their demands of the candi 'elect a where The precinct eniiirallleeman. dates and aro determined to force preolnct committeemen so clioen shall t TnK takes County and Legislalivo reply. a coiiiiitiile the umhrago at an innocently nimod Executive Committee. Tnis Chattanooga Tradesman, The tnoinbors ofthoso commit- paragraph in the Oourikr, and a journal devoted exclusively to tees (dial) servo four years and un- personally criticises our Senior. tho business iutercsto of the It lemiuds ua of-- young editor South, reports a highly gratifying til their successors nro chosen, years ago, ho Improvement in tlio manufacturing their terms to begin immediately who, twenty-fivNovember election in us Interests In this section, It says after thothey nro chosen. They magnified his to feel that every election depend that (Ml now indnstrios havo been tho year choose started in tho South sinco tho shall Capital. a ohniruiau. Frutik-for- t oil upon his utterances and opin first of April, as compared with ions, and hence ho espoused vig lj:W during tho second quarter of TilK monthly crop report of tho orously ono side of every fight. 1.SU1, and 015 In tho cotroHpond-luperiod of 18!).'!. Tliisyoai's in- Sluto Commissiouer of Agricul- After one contest, after lighting cludes 101 cotton mills for tho ture for July places tho nverago hot and heavy, fair and foul, his second and 10(5 for tho first quar- of wheat nt 7!).8 per cent. Tho man was defeated, and iu accountter. Flour mills como next mid his defeat, said, "ho might thon new mines and quarries. condition of corn is 03 por cent, ing for cotton list should bo mid itcieuite OS. The nvorage of have been elected but for that To tho new cotton oil works and oats is 1)15.7 per cent, barley 01 d d fool oditor down in Fulton." 25 compresses. To the wood per cent., potatoes 88 ier cent, This was tho thanks ho got for working industry nre ciedited 137 nastureh 80 iter cent'. The nvor his iutemporuto zeal. Tho Fulto-mills and factories of various age louditinn of lyo is 01 por cent; in u should take warning! Hiskinds and to the Iron Industry 28 apples 87 per cent; grapes 77 por tory tepeute ituelf. cout. foundries und machine uhons. iioin-ioAtOil "Tho law of supply nnd i!o iiiund" may be a d d Democratic law, but none tho less it Is law that effects tho prloo of everything for which mon uso money. All know it effects (ho tuico of com. cotton, wheat, tobacco &c, mid can yon explain why it docs nut effi'ct tho price ofsilvort Whou the lonillnir countries of Knrope coined silver frcoly it created a turgor demand, nnd when they ceased, it lessoned that demand. Does any sane man doubt that if all Ruropo should cpuho to uso wheat, that tho demand for wheat would be lessened, and tho priro go down f This id precisely what Europe did about silver nnd tho piico went down. Tho United States could not force those great countries to consume tho products of our sil ver mines; bnt if they should ever b nteriUoimL creement, or ngrun id consume silver, tho prlco of silver will go up iu proportion to tho demand. Tho great capitalists sometimes attempt to "cornet" wheat, or olhor products, by pajing a certain price for till that is offered on the market, and ns long as tuey paj tiuii prtco they do control it. but the very day they fail tho bottom drops out and the crash coiiiob with ruin uud bankruptcy to thonsands. Tho fiee bilcr lenders want tho United States to engage iu a liko gigantic speculation ns to silver to stamp all that Is offered as equal to 100 cents, nnd liko tho wbent speculators to take, solitary and alone, all the chances of maintaining the deal, well knowing that nil tho entire nations aro ognlust ns. The Coutier thinks it u dangorous speculation. We say lot well enough alono. a.. t Tho Kentnoky Populist met In Convention nt Louisville last week and nominated tho following ticket: For Governor, Thomas S. Pet-ti- t of Daviess oountj; for Llou John J. Blair of Nicholas; for Treasurer, M. It. Gardner, of Hardin; for auditor, 0. II. Dean, of Woodford; for Ueglstor of Laud Olllce, J. 13. Qutcksall, of Wolfe; for Attorney General, 3. M. Peyton, of Hart; for Secretary of Stato, Don Sin- gletary, of Hickman; for Superin tendent of Publio Instruction, 11. II. Farmer, of Henderson; for Commissioner of Agriculture, M. L. Scott, of Shclb.; for United States senator, Clarence S. Dato. of Jefferson. reaffirming tho A platform Omaha platform wasadoptcd, and tbc following demands wore made: A demand for free nnd unlimit ed coinage of silver on a 10 to ratio, without asking tho assist- tennnt-Govcrno- IKIcltiuiut uud 'i'lptoitvlllc Ijcvee Illll. Tho following Is n part of dipt. Jus. Harris' Lovoo Illll, passed by 2,1.000. TYI,i:K'J KftTIMATt. Ol TnK OHM" OCIlAriU MAJOIUTY I. NO. vi:nnt.K. ioi. op-po.- se 1 A demand Mint tio national banks be abolished nnd the national government lasuo legal tender notes for silver. A demand that the addition to tho national dobt by Interest-bearinbonds bo stopped. The recent Democratic issuo of bonds which wero sold to the Itothscbildn is declared an infamy. A demand that tbo parity of legal tondor money bo maintained. A demand that It shall bo unlawful for congress to stipulate nny ono kind of money in pay tiiout of debts. A demand for an amendment to tho United States constitution to provide for uu income tax. It declares that tuey viow with alarm the rocenl nets of tho courts in regard to tho bank tax, nnd trusts that the will of tho people will bo snstninod by a reversal of theso decisions. A demand that the book trust bo crushed. The platform also demands retrenchment in every part of tho government. g MM rvt-'TC'-lll"",- suiguatioi in many lines ot bustncKs and onseqiient low prices and low inpe-- i has grown an activity nevi with a constant imp Cllll'llt 111 the commercial value cfboth goods lirp-tssc- oacK. r rum T Il -' "The extent oflhc voluntary ad- vances in wages reported within a month or two ha outgrown the resources of voluntary statistical bureaus which have endeavored to keep track of them," says "latest advices heing that more thva 1,000,000 iudustiial workers havo received n advance averaging about 10 ler cent." Markets arc for tho most part still firm. Lumber, tin pl:!e aud print clotlis have recently idvanccd in price. Cotton goods generally arc firm and fancy prints iro teportcd active lor fall delivery Raw cotton, too, is higher, aid the same is true of pig iron, stetl billets, bar it on, leather aud wool Tho price of hogs, cattle, sugar nid co3'eo is Ilr.ul-Mreet's, unchanged. AgTtlilr Nllrprlxl. eoDl "I hail lhat cxti-- reiill.,,ijr Mm. "A c Try cer- cotton my lunfi much soreotfit tad nt rj tot the Umhlt une.lnf la ft cl r--f Mr. T K Hod lo ChmlrUlii'8 0oijl on nu rfOOiumndllon I fi I local driKicWi Smlt.of ! UlUcren, J Rm(jr, m ttu- nail me: 'i-'- nnd 40ct ot boll L'rujulst. rronvrrrJ entlrclj refill irlsl. The remit In li for lo bj itrprlol Ihrtc JJ0." T. rmc-It T.8AY!tt ALL IN II ARM WHO VM. 'r'gn ,' An-dro- It is amusing to note the anxiety shown by our' llepublicau contemporaries in reprd to the harmony which promts in the Dmnounilio ntuks Stntu convention. They had hoped for. and predicted a great and wide split in tho Democratic party over tlio silver question, and their disappointment at the rosnlt finds vent in long and bitter Interviews with alleged. Doinoerat. who any tnev will nol aiupporv-"- UiOtinitct. nuun Tio "net la Clint money element treated the silver minority with tho greatest court esv und conerosltv. evtn nertnlt ting them to unino IheicandidHte for Governor, nnd wo liave every reason to believe thut this gener ons notion was appreciated by the friends of silver. Roth sides got a part of what they wanted. nnd both uro satisfied. Lcxlug ton oilit-vth" Press-Transcrip- t. Mr. 1. VTiUy, badly afflicted Dlaclc Creek, N. Y was with rheumatism that he was only able lo hobble around with casta, and even After then it canted liltn great pain lining Chamberlain's rain Halm he was so much Improved that lie threw awr lite canes. Ha this liniment did Mm morn good than all other Medicines and treatment pot together. Par tale at 00 er bmle b T T. SwAYit, Urucjlit. said Mlsfiislppi river Ibrcugh Dyer, LMiderdile and Lake counties to the lawn of liplcnvllle In Lake county; Ihence nllh Ihe line of extreme hlh water mark to the overflowed land on the west stdenf Rrelfont Like; thence north, ward wlih raid high water mark or line to the Mlsultflppl river at er near Slouch landing er Island No. 10, thence east and norlh-eawith ihe meanderlnga of said river lo ihe Hiate line or beginning, In tlio county of Lake, containing nit that area which haa heretofore at any lime, either directly or indirectly, overflowed by the waters ol the Miwlnlfpt river, be and the aaroe i hereby created ami constituted a levee district. Merrr. W. T. Austin and U. Ponaldion of Like county, and John Hutchison and (1 II .Mlnnlrk nf Ohlon eoucty. and Oeo. K 8coll and II O. I'orler of Dyer county, and W R Miller and W. T. Tichernon of Latilrrdale county, are appointed Isvee directors for ihe couuly which they reside in, until the firit Monday in Much 1S9H, and until their successors are appointed ami quallneil. Said levee hnird shall meet on first Monday In August, 1SUJ, at Ihe town of Nswbern In the rounly of Uyer and organise by eeleetlnf a president, secretary and treasurer ol Ihcir board and the secretary and Ireamrer may I one and the same Individual, and to prescribe their dullrs and fix Ihe salarlea of paid ofbeere, Said ofhota shall be eteeled fur two years after such meetlnc of said board, and every two years thereafter at ihe regular Dueling of said board; lhat a majority of ihe directors herein named shall eons itute a ounruin tolranatcl business of mil board of directors. The amount of Ux psr acre annually on tbc land em braced In the district to pay to carry out tbe purpose of ibis act, shall not exceed ten cents per acre jonuolly. Tfcs "I '.M tri f n shall upon a time for submitting the question to vote of Ihe people and Ihtn adjourn upon some future lime, not ex ceeding sixty days thereafter. The tosrd ol levee directors shall assets and levy a tat not exceeJIng ten cents per acre and two per cent alvalo rem tax on alt Ihe lands embraced within Ilia bonndtry of the levee dlatilet. pro vided lb hoard of dlraelora shall noil' mhrrier f ffrr, Nnjinkl, anu WDlon counties In open and hold aa election at the various voting place In the parts of tbe four comities embraced, and It Is made the duly of the sheriffs lo open and hold said election In the manner prescribed by law, after Rising not than leu days publio notice at five different public plaeet In the vverflovred dleiriclol each countv named, and nil the lent elrilors according li Uw shall be entitled to vote nnd at lutb election the proposition shall be written or printed on Ihe ticket so votsil ''For Assessment" or 'So Aseimentn and the ld sherids shall make return of Ihe said election lo the secretary of the levee board and also lo ihe Secretary of Elate, Nashville, anJ If II appears that three, fourths of those voting are In favor of the asrmenl ihen II shall be lbs duly of said director lo levy said lax fur tint year and annually thereafter so Ions a it shall be found necessary lo accomplish the oKJeot ot Ibis act. of st ai3BjiL.3Ci3nj the Tenuossoo Legislature nt lta .R. T. Tyler, of Hickman, came to town this morning to bo prosent recent session: a conference of tho Dem"That all the part or area of land lying nt In the State, known as a part of Itrclfoot ocratic Slate candidates, nnd Is Mr. Tyler Lake basin of overt! wed land and more nt tho Willard Hotel. e is particularly described ae follows: tho iiomlneo for Lieutenant at a itolnt In Lake county on be Governor, and his friends think HARDWARE, QUEENS WARE, SADDLERY, HARNESS, ETC. Mlsljilni river where he State line his namo lends no lit lo strength dividing the Stale of Tcnnraiee and iIim HICKMAN, KY. Commonwealth of Kentucky strikes said to the tlckot. Sinco tho conven- CLINTON STltKKT, river, about 18 miles Mow lie city of tion Mr. Tyler has been resting menu m mine ouie or n.fniiicr; run up at his homo iu Western Kenoing Ihetire with said 8late line itcront the tucky, and is now Iu good trim to head of Iletlfoot Itke and on the hills or take to tho stump In the campaign. to extreme high water mark In lilutl No is ono of best speakers on tho (li.lnn rounty; thence In a ITIgliont Mnrkot Prlco will do Paid for Reef Cuttle. 2r following the edge of said hill ticket, and Intends letting tho says him. lie or bltitli at high water mark through tliu people hear from near the peoplo Iu his end of Kentucky cjtiuly of OMon lo Lane's .Meirlwealhfr Ferry, In the edge of Obion arc pleased with tho ticket und river bottom; thence on a line due south the platform, nnd the Dutnorratiu (rnm said iCroi Obion rlrtr SI and Obion rlvrr bottom to the bills or nominees will get the usual big OliB down majorities Dcmocratio btiiffa Iu the county of Oyer: ilienoe following the Mils called Obion river there. Kstiii Splendid Stock of the very best nkii blufTi with their meandering to the city Mr. Tylor thinks tho Populists ar all kind el of Uyershiirgln Forked Drer river, Ihence will not cut much nf n figure in Deer rtver lo ih down the north Forked HARDWARE, TINWARE, STOVES, &c. Intersection ot the aarae by south Forked his Congressional district, whrro Deer river; thenes south lo ihe hll' or they havo In tho past been very which are offered at ONE WICE, sad that lie bluffs In the rounly of Landcrdilc; tlitnce strong, nnd be says the coining westward with tie meandering ot estd election will not show nny Inry lowe.l Ik tuarkel Justilts. bluffs lo Key corner: Ihence In a south- - crease In tbolr vote. Ho In very ' LlLrnfnllnlnthHlta or nnd expects n 23,000 bluflt known e Knob and CuM creek bluff sntiRutue, ilU uiaaentIl b ftBteittileil lo the Mlillpl river near Fort Pillnwj Democratic majority Iu Novem'? "s. " S tnrnce uorin ami up Willi me maaniier-Inber. Louisville Tliiics. .cii to-da- y M. B. Shaw, ic:ir Staple llfgln-ninI mi Faaoy Groceries, I 1 I eotith-nentrr- ly diri-clli- poal-om- o R. B. BRS7ARD, pcit-o- south-we- ll RXTiIABI.gr -- - gt 1'almkii, n prominent Burgeon of Louisville, known all over tho State, was killed Friday night iu a blojclo collision. Dr. H. H. JSIJoictX1v jia., MX. 1 X i UWmU MK. Ai MyiiCIIAiYl'o' NATIONAL BAilK, M. Bucklln'c Arnica Salvo. The licit Salve In tbe world for Cilia, Ilrtilse Sores, Ulcers, halt Hlisura, Fescr Sorea, Teller, Chapped Hand. Chilblain, C'irns, and all Skin Knipllons, and Itlvely cures Piles, or nu pay required. Ills guaranteed to $fe perleel eatl-fa- e lion or money refunded. Price -- 3 per T. T. rJwAY.SK. box. For aale bv 3Uc . ". - t"' CAPITAL STOCK $50,000. II. BUCHANAN. J. J. 0 HONOUR AST, It. L. AI.KXAN'UKIt. J A.TIIOMrk); J.W AUXANUEIt, Judge C, L. HANULE 0 U TIIItELKKLI). II.IIUCIIANAS. President; J. J. AN DKH, Cashier; W DIBBOTOHS. OPPIOB KS tiik C. DONHUiTANT, Vlee-rresMM It VNDLE, Assistant Tlic Casli Grocer J. M. WITTING, DKALKU IN i Oelder. It. L.At.nX STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, TOBACCO, 'Y Stock and Cash I CI6ARS, ETC, HICKMAN WAGON CO., minvrAi'tvur.mM ur cKkKBHATK 4 A I always Fresh and Complel, Inslle Ih p illio lo comi and e ni. paid for Cojntry Produce Blreer, i VZZJb Witling's old lUti.l, Clinton II I C KM AN, KY. 2 ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD, In eonnestton with Ih Co., I now running a WEEKLY PULLMAN Southern radio 4!'i!i'; iHiiuwTupmn) ut mCKMAi WAGON, HIOKMIST. CHiS. BlLTXbK, To connect direct at Avondale (suborh of Kew Orleans) wttn me nouibern raemee new, fast, solid vestibule train, tbe ''Hun- set IJniltsd." for Houston, Ksn Antonio' AUCics ana can rranclico, r.i raso, This car for KETSTTTJOKIY. rre.'t. ll, CALIFORNIA Is run on Illlnola Central Train Nn. 1, and leave stations, Clro to Uuranl, KVUUY WKD.N'KdUAY, and stations from (lood. man south EVKIIY THURSDAY, throne. li Reservation to the l'j cilia coast. In addition there I run a UICKMA1T sll ' rr..U JOHS W. IVWVILL, T. s. V. 4U4hv, i.si.r. HIOKMAN, IB ANE, JCENTTJOHiy. rnoriTH n.eoo. - -- ss Cfl . - PnitI Up Capital $40,000.00. .suitfLt'H a.'vu Solicit ;:;::. ToiisnLiniit TUUOUOH WITHOUT your biinliicnn. CHANGE, to Lo Wo &or the most Lllitrnl Accoinruodntloueto our CitatoiuorH CoimUttut with Kstabliabcd llmiklnj; Prliiclntes. i!.iiiir.n e, Ante!?, via Avon Isle, by the same route t, and train, leavlnf Mallons, Cairo lo KVK.UY TIll'USDW. and station from Ooodraan south KVF.IIV Kill DAY. Ticket 0.I1ALTZEK, Riltni Ljti! Times-Herai- d Kentucky Ballot JLuw, Cat'lllng Hcndy Frny. lor tbe Ticket and full information aa to rale and train time can be hail of agents of Ihe Central lloule and connecting lines, or by addrcbilng f. u nowns, Ass'l f)n, Aient Sew Orleans :ji:t eiiirEr.l!. M. H. 8IIAW, If. n. ItKKVAM), K.T.TYLEK, A. A. PAKI8. W. A. SHUCK, J. V. CO WO ILL. DIRBOTOR THE OLD EELIABLE. It is evidently a part of the Re Tbo dcmocratio publican expectation regarding Kentucky that the now election state ofllces hold law in that Stato will be of mate Lonisrillo Monday rial assistance lo them in carrying plan of campaign. the State. Kentucky has never before had a secret ballot law. It has been the fashion in that Commonwealth from time immemorial for the vot- T 1 cl Fiiltonian-Deinoorn- er to approach tho polls and call out in a loud voice the names of the candidates for whom lie wants to vote. It is argued hy the Republicans thut the ascendency of thu Dcmocratio party in State politics has made it difficult for men not iu sympathy with the dominant party to give freo expression to their sentiments. It is not alleged that oppression lias been practiced. Lt't it '" insisted that the Republican vote at election, has been smaller titan it would have been under a secret ballot law, and that n great many Republicans havo actually voted the Democratic ticket to save their social standing. This claim is not complimentary cither to the Kentucky Democrats or tie Kentucky Republicans nnd is probably without foundation. If the Australian Idiot law promotes a fuller nnd frwr expression of publio opinion tbn has boon possible under old laws it is a good thing, no matter what party wins or loses. St. liouisllupubfic. long-continu- ov-e- ry a e e g ad-d- d .'513 n entitled to a gitens. Tbe first eorrect guess received will receive Ihe first nrlie, The lime the gutws place It ahead of other Mr. Fred. Mllior, of Irvine, III. is received will guesses. COAL ! COAL! Kid- - like American needs no has been loyal nod true, the writes that ho had a Severe with Tbe It has been published In noy trouble for many yoars, Introduction. CouniKH Is authorized, to say, severe pains in bis back and also Nashville for over fifty years. Sixteen is ready and willing whenever that his bladder was affected. Ho pages a week 101 papers a year. Il Is , a Mondays and nrrsiiuno, published called upon, to with tried many so called Kldnoy cures Thursday, Iwloe rweek, year. $1.00 Mr, Dillon and tho proper author- but without any good result. KURKKA, Il is a live, clean family newspaper, givAbout a year ago ho bogan use of ing all tltei news; containing arlloles of ities, towards organization or Eiectrio Hitters and found relief Interest to the farmer, merolianl and laILLINOIS LUMP, whatover is for the mccees and at once. Kloctrlo Hitters is es borer. Hpeclat articles of latere! tola-die- s and ANTIItlAClTK tod children. best Interest of tho pane, and any pecially adopted to enro or all 8an pom RampLR Cory. destrril. intimations to tho contrary are kldnoy and Liver troubles and To Agents: No commission allowed up- In any rjuantllle often gives almost instant relief. on subscribers who enter litis contest, but unwarranted. ro hal nv Ono trlnl will prove our state- an af(nt "ill he allowed a guess fur every only fiOo. for largo two yearly suhscriptionasenltn Address Good times coming back in a ment. Trico & TIIK 8EM1.WKKKLY AMEUICAN, rush, aud tbo democrats still in bottle. At T. T. SwAVNn'H Drug KAsitviiLr, Tenm. Hickman. : : : kuntuokv Store. power. "We understand that Mr. Quince Taj-loChairman of the Rieiataa County Democratic Committee, nfii lo agree with Chairman Dillon of this county and call a ConventtoD lo notnlnue a candidate for the Legislature. Mr. Tuylor who li and always r, Pultooian-Uemocrat. American dates were prosent oicept Attor- The ney General Hcndrick who wns Will slve lo each Vearlv Bubfcriher from now until Oct Jit a handsome Pre, out of tbo stato on business- - A cot. A number of Fortunate Subprogramme of work was agreed scribers will receive Valuupon and will bo submitted to the able Prlies. stnte central cotnmltteo when it First Prlxe $500 Cash. meets at Louisvillo the lattor part Kecond Prise $100 worth of Furnltnre. Thirl Prlie J100 Oran. of tho week. All of the candi I'rlie JiOO Ilioyclr. dates on the tlckot will tako the Fourth1'rlieFifth -f 100 Farm Waron. slump and nid in overy way to tho Sixth Prise y0 Sewlne; Machine. Seventh Prlxe St 00 Pocket knife to success of the tlckot. No speechsubscriber. es will bo mado until ufter tho fifty different lo these premium, each and Id committee nieotlng. Then n plan every addition subscriber will receive a yearly of attack will bo pro'posod for Handsome l'lclure, which would cuxl In who take tlio stump for tho iu any store 35 or 60 cent. thnso These picture will rott the BomUWeek-tparty, aud thoso who speak under American at least $2,000. tho direction of the party authori These prises will ties will no expected to follow in lowing conditions: be given upon lb foltho lines laid down by tho comThe American bo deposmittee. All tho candidates pros ited In tbe Treasury of tbe ritat of a One Dollar Hill, sealed In envel ent at the meeting were in favor of making an aotivo and stirring ope, which envelope will bo opened Uclo- bills are numbered. All campaign from start to finish, and ter 1st.this bill1J. H tbe following Blurts; Upon are they wunt tue democratic speak li'JJSoM. ers sent into overy nook and corThe person first pixel or these figure ner of Kentucky in order that Id Ihe order they nre ea ibis bill will reprite. there may be no apathy among ceive the first person placing tSenfl figures The tho democratic voters of tho statu. right, second or coming nssrest placing Ihera Tho campaign will begin in earn rlht, will be Riven the eecond pilte. est as soon as tbo stato coutral Tbe third person placing these figures committoe holds its meeting. rlxbt, or being the next Dearest, will repriie. Then the speakers will get into ceive Ih third fifth and sixth prizes will The harness and tho people will havo then befourth, order. many opportunities tu near somo After distributed insre distributed, Tbe lhee prlies American wilt give to each of the best political orators In Kentucky. The campaign will bo of the fifty subscriber placing the num waged vigorously. P nduoali bers nearest rljiht a Ji.uu pocket knire. Remember, you must pay $1,00 for the Nows. SemitWeekly Amerioan for one year lo be Semi-Weekly y heml-Week- ly Ten-nesSemi-Week- ly nominees for a meeting nt to discuss tho All tho candi --2Tio $2,000.00 Thorns Sollin is Pitaissi ! Ps. OHAS. A. HOLCOMBE, Dealer lu DBDGS, HED1CIHES, PAINTS AND PREMIUM FOK EACH iUISSCMUEl: DTOUFF3, i IIICKITIAN, KV. PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED tauto lob and despatch. OfncQi Is thorouglily equipped, nnd prepared to execute Job Work with neatness Bill Holds, Letter Heads, Note Heads, Statements, Envelopes, IWI CsVr4 tstf ,t1 C. Ball Tickets, I Business Cards. We Guarantee Satisfaction. dOAL! 1 It May Do aa Mnch for You. oeml-werk- ty A. F. OLIVER Blacksmith and Undertaker HIOKMAN, KENTUCKY. ME A TRIAL whe you done, or repair o WngoDt, &r. llorienlioeltig a specially, I also keep a full line of GIVE wt FARIS PARKER, Solid Blck Wil Common, Uoaewood, nut Collin and Cae, which can ha It ted up on short notice, and at reonaU Undertaker'! ad a Diiop near i Ooodi, price, (live rat call, Jf' avavavavjaTsaMassaaa.ayatgjajsaBva .iya '.iMM. 1,11 I' rT's-fT'- i' 1- if tm ' - 1 JSk m)r'- - rn Qh .,n,i..,n 'i ii . tnnia,. .... w," ... ti L.. ,...... ,.. . L'."". nini. , IBX.,-1-. n . .,.... -- . .. - . . ,. . . . iCs ,?t i'k.r . . .' V , rtM, . V n'ythHm V . 't 1 f ' ' - V - i. V ...' II fl flwr- - t I 2$ .S.l.. .. '..-.- '. I . .'..: ...yjl.jja t da kwjiu m irf (,('. 'Jmrnararrrsmian. 1 It tlIro:uJ A., 'I'lmii . N, 0. a tit. Pornonnls. SM, city Monilny. ltrown Ih vlBitltig rolnlivpR in Tipton vlllc, Toim. MIhbKiUo WIltliiL'lB vlalllnc rnlnlhcH In Dromlon. Tenn., this ton, wnH In tlio MiflH Oln tSiyw? tt .'J;.tTl.r,tu'V; re ut'fX reiM in vm ggLMU,U.8. !.sawiiir'.ll."iaa.iM Jrrrratv. j.-J- S m , q"jii,-"jiiijtuiBr---ji-.li- ,t.L.lMMJtillllllll'NP,t.i. y, wjj. jtv" kt .--i 'b - . ysy:j Ira - - - j JIM- - Hi IjMM M T PATRIOTISM ON REELFOOT it. i:. it. Trl Tula r- m. No Si, i. M n. 1, W HI A. M . Tli J road makes close connection I., h i nt MoKentl polnR nnrili, nnd tlm wlih (bo N. N. fc .'I V M I'adncali Juno-lio- n poln jr norili and lli Newhcrn accom- A1IIIIVI.HI Train Ni. r,l. sui Train .No. M, Hon. .1. 0. HppIrIi!, of Clin, VU LAKE. How Some of Our Patriotic Citizens Spoilt tlio Glori oils Amrtlri,, Aniorlinl Wlillo wrllv fiiti1 I Everybody Wears Slices MANY DEALERS SELL THEM, HUT 1 lrM I wi Oil? ; '. modation going iioillh, ""''. ft $ not rend Trilby. t?"Soiiio few Hammopka loft, which wo will cIobo out very cheap. Wit.soN'ii HoukStoiik. Tbpro in ono thing nt lenKt Hint IioIcIh ItH own nt tho intlo of HI to tho uuoneberry 10 poutidH of Biiar to ono of borrion. An (own nchonl tenohcr rc fiinrd to teach the bintory of the Middle Ages bocnune nho tlioiiRlit it would bo construed as n reduction on hemelf. MIbb Kunnell, of Htev. )UH III f'tnmi. Alii t U III llM.oll clocutioti ill Illiikriinn UoIIpco next DPniilnu. Kho coiorn highly rrconuueniled nn nn olortilioniM. If yon wnnt n iilce, uontlp, Indies' bort-P- n nico, plenu Hubsv, Ktilc. K" oviTitlilne In to .1. I). Prlco'd livery nlablo nud Iiiih 1 , flmt-cbiis Mrs. I, on. Allon nml WtlnMin, of St. Louifl. ut o vlsitlnt; lierinotb. r, Mrt. J. A. WIIhoii. iiicin. -- Mrn. Dr. (1. H. Hubbard loft Wlicnt linn token big Ttipubiy nljjlit for .Mnniciigl't, Tenn., to hjumiiI llio Piimtiior. tumble Mrn V. 15. SoiilPR. of Union Ttio recent rnlna Mopped nil City, IflHppiMlliif; povcrnl iI.ijb with tlio wlicnt thrrshcra. her pnrcntfl, Mr. and Mm. JohsIu Work on Tyler & Hona' box Tiiiiih. fiictorv In prngreHalng rapidly. .MIsb Lonn AdnniBlinBRer.nrpd IsT do to Swaynk'h Drnf n bcIkhiI neiir IliuUinun, nml will Store for PINH lOILKT BOAl beplii teiicliing in a few weeks The present pyntpin of nend (llllllll. Moosru. Itobt. Itrndluy, .lorry ins out wcuther faiccnatB la lo bo M.i I oiio. Dm. .). M. Uublmrd ami iovImuI. illAfiotinll by electric light wha 8. K. DhvIiIhou, loft tiundiiy for tried ii h a novelty ut Uhnltuiioogii Ituotuti, Minn. lftut week. lion. R. T. Tyler wno In Lonla- ottenillnK n con Tlio work of rebuilding tlic rlllp Hitsofwoelc Douioorullo Icitilern tlio forftico -- film Htnt roiorru iticmuuiNi uiii.rou mil - up. ijataJai-r .. i.rrfln '' Mr. Job. Klrkpntrlok, l nlny-Iiiim Tlio dolTece bitllillnc In bclnir In Smith, KIMsou & Co'n cloth. nun ntiiorwino Improvoil panned Injj department durlni; Jerry Ma prepnrntory Tor tlio full ftoeaion. louo's nbsonro. sir 3 lionvc of Hrenil for JOo. Mrn. J K. WcrMirook nud Crcuui llread 1! for lit cento, nt Mfsn Jct)6lo Idler loft Tuesday Wm. F. Gbykk. uif-h- t for Montcnglo, . Tenn., to . Tho public flcbool Is t lie inot Hpcud tho sumtner. impnrtiuit nml tlio moftt lnillticii-BiiblV. Mr. ncuny in building up n Bouvllle, J. of Hornbenk, of Wil ono the old laud mnrkn town. of Obion county ml a uselul A nix Inch Btnllo ovcrnpremU cltir.011, died innt weok. tho oounlcnitiieo of the runner Mr. .1. IJ. or Mnj Held, uIipii ho oeB out to vlow his the telephone Wrlclil, In man, wub the city corn crop. Weduosday. Ho was acoompan IHnbop MoCloeky, of Lonla. icd by hfa wife and children. xillo, will vlult tlio Ciklliollo Master Chester llonilnrnnt, of thin cltj' uoxt Sundiiy Hf'er nppnilinji several weeks with wcek, 'Jlst lust. Id friend CI i (Ton I Jones, of Union Tlio tiuiti Hint never rodo n City, returned homo last wook. blpycle will b nn nriiree ten yenrn MIsh Adello Allen, who tins fruiii now n tlio man to day Hint been lunching in Howling (1 recti, Tlio rlvor is rising rapidly. Knlghl of Honor moot to 11 n WWWWM "LOCAirNEWS. P wook. Mr. Lopnti fJontB, of MonipblB, Tcnn., in vInHIiis bin sinter, Mr. aSJ II (. I. Carpenter. it at twW '''&, Fourth. tlmtl.li, mid .jre, hui und ltllnKi e Tim' Urn mo lirr. elll llmwi'ii t.lra.tntni ltcnj lirr il. Will sell tliem il. I lir. wornr nujr inrvr nl, lth gliKlnpit urr Mr. vl.n"tr numo CL1A1II & S.15.00, 818.00 8AU 1.JV of Qottyii IS NOW IN FULL FORCE. , and S20.00 Suits now go for 1 812.00 and 815.00 Suits for ??JHfe-- Heavy reduction in Pants, and Boys Suits. 37 A I Murdered ncnt Clinton. unknown white mnn was murder ed nenr Clinton last weok, nnd Hint tho sheriff of Hickman comity was in Cairo looking for n negro who wn strongly suspected of committing tho crime. Tho Tacta us given by the Argus nro an follows: K.V., Ib homo with her friends Mr. Rodney linker MittH Savannah, who vlsllliig nt ICeolfoot, spoiidtug her vacation at in this city. and sister. havo boon several weeks, liiwt week. Mr. It. 0. Alexnnder. wlfo and sou. or Port Worth, Teins nrrlved in Iho oily last wook. Mr. Alexander left for New York olty on Hiiudny, but Mr. Alexander and son will remnin for hoiiio wools, tho guests of rolativcs. 55S Tenn., for returned homo Tho boys in tho bottoms say that tho corn Is growing en fust that yon can hoar tho joints cracking for a milo. Ono pnrt.v remarked Hint hit fluid of onru wiih bo high nml black that the lightning bugs tly through it nil lay thinking It night timo. Tho Anchor Lino Btcniner City of Cairo will pnss down on Wednesday, July Iith. Partiep desiring lo nttcml tho District Conference of tho M. E. Church which iiienis in Tiptonvillo on tho 18th, can seetiro piissngcfor 81.00, and can return for name prlco on any Anchor Lino boat. Isss: V M SEssgKggHsg nt Smith, ElUso.a & Ca. negro womnn Iuib just died Ccutervillo. Tenn., who is shown from reliable records In linvn renched tho ngo of 110 years. A mnn can gny nml n mnn enn lie, nud n man enn puff nml blow, but ho enn't get trnde by Hitting in tho shade nud waiting for business to grow. Tho United Slatos mint in tho only concern in this country that enn mako money without advertising. tiio untro Argun says mat nn Last Sunday afternoon n dmiui(jeil by tho recent mlnn. Houin of it has nproutcd in llio In Bouio portion of lliU mid Hick in un cnuntloH hun been crenily It In rpporlPil Hint tho wbenl fhock. Thursday, I8II1 hint. A number of di'lcgnlCA from this plnco will iittcml. Mr. Job. A. Tuto, of Nnalixillo, Tenn., delivered a lompernnco lectnro nt City Hall on 1'ildny nicht In at to n Inrfjo nudleuce. lie In a fiiie talker, mi it Ida lecture nnn Tho Union City District Con. tVreiico of the MethodlRt ohiirolt will mret In Tiiilouvillo next oujojed by nil. A Jr&jM for I.iouteuuut Governor. While nt tho convention Mr.T.vlor hloodod Hlnok GpnnlBh received dispatch announcing Chiokone IJulTrt, l'. Knckfl, Log. tho burning of tho Hickman box horns, &o. C01110 nud co tlioni nt factory owned by him and Iiib It. W. 1IUCKS. .Mr. Tyler rend tho dispatch fiouii. Prosperous advertising nienna hut did not so much nn lenvu tho rontlnoun udvurtlsiuK. Tho Plop room and no ono could hnvo told plug of nn ndvortiaement. oven by bin iippoiirnucn that anything for n tunc, brlugB u liubllity of hnd hiippoucd, although tho facoouuturacliuK thu tiucceus already tory was wortli from L" to JIO acquired durluir tho tlmo tho ml thousand dollnrs nud not ono cent of luBurauceou it ltanlwoll Star, voitiBcmoiit wub ruiitiiui;. It la Henry Tiler, jr., who is Samson boliovcd in ndvor1' tiniii(,. iio took two colutntis and touring Europe. Tho PopulistfJ, liko llio He luoulit down tho Iiouho. Yot lublioaus, siiVH tho Paducah Vis iiioii will read HiIh todny who o peot to "htlnj; down tho Iiouho" tor havo unl.v uuo mini on with nu inch 'ad." when they their lickot, Tako Tom Pcttit and Hill Ilradloy from Iho two niiL'ht to tnko two coIiiuiuh. 110110 of tho other In (ho days of tho Toniucmn tiokctfl and hud their huabauds men nro known outside of their da tho woiuuii respective Next tako u brokon on tho wheel In ordor that look ut thocounties. presented to ticket they might ninny again. Tho of women are trying tlio wheel for you by tho Democracy Clou. tho you will Hut! P. nowadni'H, but tlio men State, and tho nauio Wat. Hardin nt tho heud nud Col. way. arc not broken in tho hiiiiio Ion. It. iNall nt (ho other cud. In Nowh wan reocivod thlu wook tho tuiddlo you will Hud men of from Maiden, Mo., that Mra. It. V. ability who are popular from tho Tlioinaflfloti, of Hrookarillc, Ma., mountains to the Purchase. Exbut who Ih how on vIhU to rela- amine closely tho three HokotH tives In Miildon, in very siuk, nud presented for consideration mid not oxnocled to rccovor, lior ' wo will leave it to your judginotit death bulnj; oxpoctod nt nuy timo. uu to which in tho bOHt. linndBoino num. rffl-I'till Tho lllckmnn lttilldloR nml Axtocintiou will hold its regular itionthly niePtluc nt tho mutt Iiouho nest Tliiiisdnv nllit. A full nttttiiiliiiico of the moiubcrn id desired. Tho N"ebrnkn prenphnr who . ipredioted llio end of the world in dune linn dotihtlcHn lost faith in himself ap n prophet. Juno tins pnsoed nud we tiro Mill doitii; nt tho old etaud. fcofirWheu yon rnnio to IlloUinnn In court, don't fail to look for J. 1). l'rlce'H new livcr.v, feed and wlo Btablo. Plenty of uood wntcr nud feed. 5vrvtbiut; Ih flrnl clnsp. Cotno unit nee. Troy Nownllnnncr: .Innt over tho Kentucky line, n (jimrrol nt tho Arthur Hniwu tlireslicr on Innt Friday between .John Doe, n white man, nud Itlchard Hoe, a negro which rcsiiltoil in tho death or tho negro. ThivBuppernt Hio court honfle jnru j tirminy nicin, cirri! ""'"" tho nueplccn of tho Lndipn Aid Boelety of tho Methodist church, wan well ntlcnded, and tlio outer l.iintueiit pronounced 1. completo Tho ladies reullzud u bucccnb. Loan bnal-iies- Huot; Hitos. "iou'li miss n good thing If you fall to read Sunders & Itico'a Clearnuco ad. Cnpt. Mill Horry is now try log to jot tlio Btemncr Hoynl lo ran rrom Cnlroti".'Meiuptils tiiafc Ing two trips per wook. Tho trustees of thn Stubbs nchool district havo Hocured the fiorvlcort or Misa Ida llillow, us tenrhor, for tho mm term. Miss Ida Is r worthy young lady, nud tho trustees have made no nils, employ Ing Iter. take Cullon WTThoy will not last long nt this prbto. A 15 year, llllod enno, Klglu movement Watch, $ll!.C(i, Punlit , Collar ItuttoiiH, rots. CiitV Hnttous, lOcts. Solid golil Almost llreast Pins, Watch Chains, Wed-dinItingo, &c. Wo down all IWiJ competition. Our pripes nro tho Ion cot, and wo nro iop:oiihII)1p. Price 1IUCK Htius. At n meeting of tlio Honnl of Cowl Trustee of Hickman Collei'e. Monday night, MIsh Hattlo WIIhoii Values. an elected a toucher of Unit in stitutiou in plnco of Mth. Ella nco Htugwond, roslgued. Miss Hattlo Ih n ery popular young Indy, has had novcral yearn exiieiionco as n teachor, nud Ih in every way juitlIUeU to till tho po- Menus Dftp Cut prices at tlio CaBli sition. hhoc otore. Mre. Mattio Steele, daugh'er ALL f0 and 75o Hiuo Camlet nml of the Nta Pr. Itoblnnon, ef 1M1 city, ant Cotton Worsted Pants g nt wife of Mr. K. N. OtrtU, of Obion, Tmn.. Cent8. ilifl l lint plrc on WcJnrt'ly, soil hrr rtiimlnt "er inirrrnl In Hie cllj ALL 51.25 and 1.B0 fine Straw nl llili jl.c on yetcpliy crunlni; Hats, your choico at In Hie pr(ffnr eoncour of a of 111 gold-platedg Watch out of Cnm nlni 4t JoUT the ehop. . HR IfpAlf An esteemed rnrnl enrrcs. pnndeut writen to Inqulro "What Wo is good for potato bugst" hnvo uover found nnvthing better thnn potatoes for such purposes. Spocial to the Trade. At nuy rnto wo bolievn it ih un All Leather hns ndvnncod in wlso to totnpt potnto bugs by ofprlco from !.." to fit) por cent, there fering them strawberry shortcake. fore Sbaes will be !dj;iir prlco. Mr. Finis Kt"i5e.v, tiioiuiiient I hnvo it very largo assortment cltl.on of Obion county, Tenn., of Mens, Lidlcs nud Chlbtrcus living nenr Jordan, was killed Shoes nml Hlipncrs, nml in order Saturday evening last nt Jordan to reducn tho stock will sell nt a bv Ida borso falling upon him. reduction Instead ofun ndvnuro. Ho was starting borne, nnd in I want lo make room fnrtbo fall to mount his try my prlco ami nUpnuUinir Id in nnd crushed borso stock. So blm. It fell noon goods to satisfy jouroclvps. Ho tiveil but it four hoars. OlH-l- t II. O. ASllltSRO. $iearar;ee Sale! 0 L P D it 1 C K . S O S 1 Gnr-rlga- 1 Q pockets tnrneil insida out. Tho tncicwnlkor thou romem- ncrcci mrtt no luil met a copper bade Ron.t i.ye tolComcs bauK to you or youra wub moro dollars added to it, no matter: coioroil nmo SnmUy nighit, crafi tn ratinss, w and. (Ud! marrlty bow lonir you live. A Policy in this Company not only secure1; wnoo.tt'ji negro ! overy niv the merry ptcnlctra awnj. certain and sure protection for your loved ones in tlio event of cious. j nif inn on n largo u oour.f ins nrt lolni: on program, while felt jit, cut full of holes, afler Iming partaken of a nice dinner your early death, but also provides a fund for your own use slioultl on which n ((ring wus used as a Ervpareil by our hoHtces, was lishlug. Il you need it in old age. ry eldent lo us, howe.cr, will-- In band. Ho ftlno had on yellow or a few tlmp, that brown overalls, which wero pretty (beitsaMboura'their Crellll.the "finny tribe'' IT WTLL PAY YOU to investigate tlio plahs of this The llest of to were. aNn. Imall the Gimpmiics, and ED. lC ELLISON, Agent, will aid you wen worn. hued with the spirit of Ihe day, and conin any investigation that you may wisli to make. Ab the men wnlkod along tho clude! that Utterly was iotenled for ibm trnck tho etrunge negio became as well as other li'Ins; creatures; for (wltb Ihe exception of n limited number) they confidential, and exhibited a 3S eluded all Wholesale efforts at cipuire, and ihe re. Tliat's because there is only ono revolver. After calibre Homo suit was a ery poor "calch" Indeed. Hul, lino running Through Coaches, further lalk tho Btrango negro after all, It was Ihe fay we were trying lu iVic Free Reclining Chair Can and passed nn, triilklng in the direc- celebrate and not tbe fuh we wure afler, so that our futile ntiempla were not of tion of Cairo. Pullman Palace Sleepers between are much moment. The ''writer,'" In company Memphis and principal points in one ouier or me party, n ue wiui HOT Arkansas nnd Texas without ncniiui row aicnz tne borders or the open Higher. nit no Lake, In that lovely stro'ch of water callchange. Tltati uhat ailt youT PKIWI'IIUNO ed 'Ulne llasin," while not 'ar distant the nest Tins line traverses the 1'LAYKUUUT remainder were feen carefully tbrealin? COOL Farming, Grazing nnd Timber ineir way in and out ainoni; the hilileu HKAUIIFUf, Lands nml reaches the most prosslumps and "limber Jaoks,'" in evident fcir Vou nnd toiutiin) itKKaiaiiiNo or capdnnz. perous Towns nml Cities iu tho INVIQURAT1NG AHo;rther It was (throughout the two S Our GREAT SOUTHWEST. days spent at this resort) mi eccanion of too wiu rnn it at oun inexpressible enjoyment, enhanred by the IT IN T1IK- Mc&r Prices coulil POX7NTAII7. reilltilionuinerlng liad ilonc Inallnnweappromil we tuc day awards We are not ti;y with onr Ice, there are ore our Pod Vittr Is always as cool as priate iqjnncr, and one to bo always - mnn wns observed by eevernl poo-plwalking down tho Illinois Con t ml railroad track nnd parrying n black entchel. Yesterday afternoon thn body wns found nenr tho railroad track by the colored trnck walker. A bullet hole wan in his neck, nud tho shot bail ranged downwnrd to his lung. Tho trnck walker gavo tho alarm, and n eenrcb wns ut nnco mndo for further clews. About n hun dred yards down tho trnck tho vnliso wns found. Tlio clothes wero scattered nbnnt, nnd the o while Alitor; Will toii kindly Accord to lie writer short paee Id jour TtluaMe fnytr Ibln week, for there l no belter wiijr, to our mini), ti which the puhllo (at large) cod know how much rent, true pulrlollc Irlt x!llsmon( lOrac of jour fellow town, men, lhn lliroiifjh jrour Inlerestlnir, ibect. We hp.e cot ascertained In what m; onr Honor pned Hie lllmtrlnm Fourili, but feel mured Ii was In a niaiiuer be filllriK the Uy. HV, bowtTtr, are fully prepared to fpeak fur ourelc, an eyery Inetdeni connocteil nllli UnTlim-sdiantic freih In our ralude, nd our deep feellnr of palriotlem h?e not )0l eulnlJed. bud en(hutU.m oum cannot irlkli In i day. It Tel renialoi a niyalerr (to Ih writer at lean) what oceaiioncd llieaud den reniembrmie nt cur duty aa etlttrni e! lib ensd flepubilo. unlit. It wm the recent nominal Ion at ene of rir honoml clllzon lo a ht(b jiosiiIom of Su'.e, (roro tlio jo; out cITtclj of which we had not whollr recovered, or dial we bad been pill lo abtmo by oiliers more loyal ihsn who were plmnlnjf, tocelebra'e llie day ou n grind rrale. n Iio it a Ii may, however, (he Tact 7 dnwnnl upnn us ( Jinl we muudo our part towards fliowlng oumelvd to be a worthy of our country. S afler .,...hur 1. .i i..i bwt.riiiioiivu. i. i.ci. i.A...i.t.. i. wTxn urciicl iu.i nt eboahl report to that well known lake cJIIcil "ivteironi, whero we couli epend lb day a we thought tho occatlon dc manded. This deelnlnn did not altogether meet with tLe approral of on' of onr pnr ly, (I am grlcsed In My), who re'rned quite bent on tithing one of our neighboring towns, whero many attraction were ect forth for that day lo capture the unwary, llclng a rrjr (foible person, howerer, tbey eion aiw llio aJrlsablltty of joining the lenlmt; parly, and rcrj gracfltiilly yielded tla-t- point, anil enter cd wllh test Into all the preparations ncc essaty for our day's ouiiuir. It may eurprh.0 mny of yiur readers why we should have selected a upol o nearly rumored from Dip haunts of man; out It wa. I Ills ery fclusion I list we snuglil, where, nwy from "sight and sound," we cmiM gio rent, without re. alratnt lo our enlhusia.m and shout as loud and long; a we pleased' Hurrah I for Anierleal The land of the free The glorious Und of Mherty, etc. Tbua it was lint last Thursday, at Ihe charming hour of l.ti) a. m , wo loft our homes, the bright slush of early morn j'i"' tinsine tho eastern borlton, and wendel our way lakrwardii with happy hearts, and prs.peeia of a gloriou time us Wc hail not adranced manr ralhi lefore OTrrlakiiij; others, apparently "on Iho tarae roMsion bent," nnd as we drew near (he bunks of the Lake quite a crowd of pleisure-seekeour eyes It was not our privilege (notwithstanding; Hie iUt was one of liberty) to remain Ions; TTitn toe ay ttirone, ai we bad n prclaus enaremenl to dine "on tho other side." St after storing; our numerous be longings In bosls, for our oyace acrowi, and partially succeeding- In quieting the somewhat perturbed feelings of one of our Men's Oil Grain Congress Shoes Men's Heavy Hackle Shoes, Men's Vcnl Hals Ladies Glove Grain Button Shoes, Ladies Oxfords, Wliito Shirts, I.attndried, Good Heavy Junipers, Call and see us ut Cayce, Ky. JVl. "36T CJ 3K CHEAPER than nnvlmily elo FOR 'IIIE CASH, lints and Gents' Ftirnislnngs tlio same way. KJU1) HOMi: O If TlIUll. IMlICtJHl D XT-, -- 1 - - --- i- - . .. .61 00 1 (XI 1 (X) 1 00 .... ... ... ... 1. ...... ... ........ ... I 70 CO ..... 30 Wo want vottr trade W KM M "XML S- KV 1 i A. MJ n J. W. HAYPIBLD, Has lt - - CAFO, ft his store, where can bo found a full line of Staple and 4?ancy Ciro eerier;, HARDWARE, TIN WAKE, QUEENSWAUH, HARNESS &c, &cV Everything Now nml Frosh, which he will soil ns chenp as tiny ono for CASH. Oo nud boo him. ilero ore n lew or inn prices: 30 1811m Eastern Ornn. Sngar ei.oo Host Grade N. O. Molasses J.(K) 1 doz. pt. Tin Copa 30 120 lbs Yellow Clar. Hngnr 1.00 1 doz. qt. Tin Fruit Cans 40 '20 Iba First Quality Rioe 00 30 1 pnckH Arbucklo Coffee A 1 Gallon Dottle Pickles HcndqnnWnrfl for ThreBher 8npplles, Bncon, Lard, Flonr, Mcnl &c. No trouble to mako prices or show goods. Oo ami see him nl OAYOE, KY. mr-elr- e, end-de- 1 i ; Attention, r 3indcr Twine, Pure No. 1 Lard Oil, Castor Machine Oil, Stock Peas, Buggy Harness, Saddicry, &c, &y nmen WITH I tt-f- Alfiared SB(oBeLa3iQl. OE2ve:r3r XollctrV DEPOSITED fil rs k i I a iiim?y! him g i I UilS 11 m p STorSe 9 mm h, . - You Qaiy See enji-yr- u Uf p 11 Qtie hiao SODA E S. Arc Hargaini now. Lower I fruit juices, delicious. ice can make li picuauny remembered by We nse the best natural THE WRITER. oDeiusiilly our drinks urc Fifty cenie-itr- jr Prices now are slaughters. Wo hnvo cut the prices on several styles of 2.00, $2.25 and 52.60 Indies Low Cut Shoes to CiU One Seventy-Five- . Special Values at 98c, $1.25 nnd One Dollar. $1.50. Don't wait. Sires will Mibscs and Cliildren's $1.00, ALL boon bo badly broken. 51.23 and 51.50 Straw Sailors Tan Polish nml Tan Leather clcnu- your pick nml choice for ser, lOo to 25c. Polislics of Ssventy-Fiv- e Cents. nil kimK ALL Hoys fioo nnd 7Co "Globe" Special Values in IIoso Tnns and Waists down to Blocks. TTifhv nonfn Wo row all ripped Shoes free. JIa returned a far insn beforn Ol,5co i!,,or l.!lit, Fanoy, Soft the convention from V.tiropo, lifWc always have all we advertise. Negligee Shirts at GOo. ter spending snino tlmo lu tho old !;-- : mi3ccjk-&'j-c world, nud went up to tho conven wiafriLjis 4Tjjm.(V33r. tion to wituesH tho nomination of IiIh brother It. T.Tyler, as a caudl-dat- e S' n-- frlcn.li nu.l totrawlng rrUtlif. To lhoi who knew t lie ilrermril from ct.IMl.ooi, ho was lwjr( iho m mecl, InTabV Millie, nni lit lirr Krntl uiniiner nn.l piiro llfu hil rulori.l hortrlf to litr rrlenilx, 111J tho ntrm iio cf nfffctlon nlmlrilloti nhlcli hoiin'l her lo them in erljr II fn were iu?er leienr or looavavil, Ono of Iho coolest men nt tho Statu convention last week was Hon. II. A. Tyler, of Hlcktnnn, rijjai: SANDERS : BICE. Fultonian-Democrn- 11 t 11 driving to oluiroh near .Moscow Innt Hun day, .lames Ilrnwu'a mule hecniiio frlghleiiod nt tho bicycles of Clarenco ltrnusford and Devro ll.tucom nml ran iiwuy, throwing Mr. Hrnwu and his wife out nml In caking Hie buggy. Mrs. Hrown was slightly Injured. Wo direct nttnntion to tho nil vertlscinent of tho "Clnokn iiinugi." Hay Press, in this iaaue. Mr. diiB. 13, Haudors, mauagor, la well kntnui to our citizens, nml those wanting anything In that lino would tin wull to address hlui at Chattanooga, Tcnn. It is said to be tho best I'ross on tho mar ket, i uuiubur of thorn being in uso in this section of tho country. So.ino ponplohavo very Indefinite ideas as to what Ireo silver means, uomo thinking Hint it pro rata distribution of meaiiH tho Hilvur in tho treasury. For instance, a county convention in Illinois having doclarod for freo silver, appointed n clergyman, tho most reliable man in the neighborhood, to distiibuto tho dollars whon they arrive. No wonder tlio freo silver tjciitimcut la ou u boom. While Tlio steamer Lady Lee, ono of tho Leo lino steamers, plying bo tweon Memphis ami Osceola, Ark., struck a snag lu tliu river aunut 11 miles uhnvo Memphis, Saturday night, nud sank in fourteen feet of water, tho passengers ami crew wero driven to tho roof and hnd to remain there for sevornl hours. At llrst it wna thought no lives hud boon lost, but rIuco it hns boon ascertained that six or seven persons wore drowned. Tho boat was valued nt 823,000 uud was parity Insured. A grand bnrbecuo nnd bran dunce will bo givon at Mud Creek Hridgo, on state road at tho old barbouuo grounds, on Saturday, duly 20th. Messrs, John Ilradloy nnd C. H. Gore have tho matter iu liiind nud this ot itself fa aufllclont guarantee that everything will bo dtiuniu ordor, nud thoso who attend nro assured un excellent dinner and a gootl tlmo generally. Salmon's string baud, of this city, hns boon engaged for this occasion, and a place" will be act upnrt for dancing. Plenty of well-ba- r bocuod moats will be served. Lot everybody attond, Rotnctubor tho date, July 20th. or "Homo lit :x Knlittiwrat," Tllrotlcli WUITB thus descrllitil by a fashion paper: rcxiia l.nuilt," ar Trulls FOR A Jilnlleil io rot nd' nlxiiil ArlmiixitM. 'The ludies' regulation bicyclo npou niiiillcntloia. lrcs "Tho Chickamauga," COPY costume will ho n pair of trousers 43. aiii:s. r. w. i.nniUott hnggy nt the knees, abnormally Tlio best Full Circle, Double Stroke, w. 1 rKVctlnc l'n. Airrill. Oen't Pn. anil Tlekrl Aemh . full about the pistol pockets nnd Sleel Lined N.lMI VILl.i:, TCNN. considerably loose whore you strike n iiuitcli. Tho garment Is ton an Capacity 7 lo 10 cut ilocollotoHt- - the south ond, roads. day t'rlce S12.00 hour,Improved A. W. LINDSAY, tons a ad Roady or Business ! for nml tho bottoms nro tied nronnd 1893 model. Address, ttornoy-at-I- i the nnklcs or knees, to keep tho Cikhsii Hay Press Co,, A Nnw AND FinST'OLASS HICKMAN, KY. mice nut, .Yod cant put it on nn Chattanooga, Tenn. you would oar corsets, but you FEEO AND SALE LIVERY, Office with R. 8. Murrell. J. K. SANDIIIIS, M'r. I.lfl sit on the floor and pull it on just Urt, yio.4aekinaa ooo . foot in I'nrhloompnrttnent. You can easily tell which ia the right Clinton St., near Wagon Factory,) I will sell, na long ns they last, sido to have in front by tho but Attocaey-at-LaScrew-ToMusons toil on the npk band. Glass Cans ft I. (10 ner doz. Mnsnnfl up.slalrs over Hickman Bank. Glnss Cana 7fio I wilt run, In ronnecllan with this sit. Officegiro To the Cifjizens of tho Sur- - Qunrt Screw-Toto business Intrull nor dor. Ilnmbmnile Oimrt Tin ble, Horses and Mules for sale, Ilucgys ed Willhbii In attentionIba Slate Courts. any of lo Fruit Cans, guaranteed not to leak, and C'irts, Surreys, Phaetons, KoaJ Wag. roimdinK Country, ons nml SprliiL- Wagons, rsmonibor what Wm. V. Usrsn. tho linker, the iuo per uoz. I sell you will be Iho same that use my J. W. MAYI'IKM), onlv ono who hns over sucooodod self In my stable. If you want anything DR. S. K. DAVIDSON C.tyce, Ky, In this line como and see mo ane I will in Hicknmn, Ky., for many years, treat you right, Is still Hung and has run his bakKKNTUOKY P1CICK. HICKMAN, SMALL FARM FOR SALE, J. ery for ti yers; therefore yon say his bread nnd other goods must A small farm of f5 acres sllnaled j mile Ofllce over Oowgill & Cowglll'tl hnvo good reputation. Ho now from depot on Slate road, Is well Imprav. A. S. ROSEDALE, hoii'e, barn, etc, Drug Storo. cts. cd, his Rood particulars apply on premises. soils 5 cent loaves for l lo ARTISTIC PHOTOGRAPHER, Yon get J loaves of llread for lOo, For further II. J. ilaJUtr, nudCicnm llread, 10c loaves, li Hickman, Ky. CLARK'S Of.D 6TANP, loaves for 15 cents. A big cut ATTORNEY-AT-LAin llrend. Call nud'soo hint uud ECiclxruan, get your inoncv'a worth. HICKMAN, : : : J KUNTOCKV Wo havo plenty of new Wheat Old Pictures Copied and Enlarged to any Tiik BtorniB which provnllod resnmed Ihe pracliee of lvr, site Desired. throughout the country tho past Dags on linnd, and will Airmail HAVING his prompt and unillvlde J week were terribly destructive of you any quantity desired. OUT DOOIl VIKWS. attention lo business entrusted lo bis care, lifo and property, From tlio Smith, ICm.ihon S Co. Don't give your 01.1 Pictures to Travelinf West, South, KrtRt and North have Men, you may e them. Hickman Marble Works, cotno reports of to wus submerged, 0 he me a trial ' buildings blown down, crops lIlCfUM.I, KY. Satisfaction guaranteed or damngod, ami lives For Hie noxt Thirty D.tya I will loot. Kiuis.ir, Oklahoma, Indian give n prosent to every latly who Territory, Northern Texan, Ar coino! to my otoro and makes u DB.V2S, ITALIAN & AMERICAN 1IARELB, kansas, lonnonscc, iMlssisHUpi, purohaao of any uiuoutit from 5c - L? 7 ilsnuraont:, Tomb and Gravo Alabnuiii, Georgia, Northern Illi up. I will nlso give to any girl, Stones, OClce over Hiokni.iii llnk. nois, hiiuthoru Wisconsin and years old or under, who ia a mom-heludlnua-u- u A VINO In stock a flne lol o( Amtth of Oayco Sunday School, a these havo huIIcicu HIOKMAK, KY. cm nnd Italiau Mar'tlv. in a greiueror loss deroo. .Many uroacnt, whether alio buys nuypared lo (ill all ordrrs. Oill and exarulni IIvob are known to have been lost, thing or not. Uomo nun got u In. my work. Orders from lb country will. Will a'lend promptly to all busloesn J, W. MAYllKLU, and it Ib funrcd that tho liut id not! present raohH-'Ubv prooiptly tilled. trutloJ lolilecaro. Uayce, Ky. yet completed. There will be preaching at ihe Christian church Sunday mornlnjj at elesen o'clock, Ttit; rar.VAin.xu (S1TJ.E and Sunday evening at e'eht. Morningsubject: "On The Koek." Evening subwii.f. n:. ject: "A hundred Cents to the Dollar. ' All are and Tho bicycle suits to be worn by visitor Invited lo attend. Strangers 9 SO welcomed. Sunday School at the wheel Indies next season nro a. m. ax4oij.ci:.mi:.t. what HAY PUSSS 1 lp A w -". -- S'X'IBX.-H- H. T: TYLER! w Half-Gallo- n p Hickman. Ky. 1 p I. IDentist, O. Wheat Bags! ISoatuoky L. R ANDLB lo-- I r Attorney at S. T. B. C. RAMAGE, w, - n 1 V' - J; J -- 1 p1 2& $. h..?: .ai 7- - j h. f !.-., - v 5 l j 11 I n, . U mt 'mm)glm nvrvetis) THE DOCTRINE OF PROTEOTION. INOAPADLE OF THINKINQ. This exoltemont of the I hundred passengers, aboard, Sudden-brainext hour. this corroding enro of the heart, ly the storm came, and tho surces It I. Ilstrit Kntlrrlj on MLnmlrr.tnnillnc Itrjiuhllrsn Itrmnln Inert In Ilia Itaititi this strain of effort that oxh nists tho trampled tho decks nnilnuiig lnitno of llunisn Nerrssltlix. nf Thrlr llnairn. chnpcl whero tlio congregation ncv, Dr. Taltnngo's I loquent Sermon spirit, sends a great Aianv of our best liatehe. and thero went n n hundied-men- , Having decided that it Is dcbairod Tho Imports of wool nnd woolens for In middle life, into the grnve. voiced death shriek. . The foam on tho tho first three months of thU year exi mnue up jnrgeiy or Kcftfnring men It thinks from telling to Business Men. ngnlnit money jaw of tho wave. The pitching of the ceed In vnluo those for tho first three living Issue, what republicanabout ani is now going the round .Their life dashed out "A flgtir the as matigh It wis leaping a months of 181)1 nomo llvo million dol- stands ns nn organization whosoleague w mi mcir used by the preacher related to n cP snips, iney ki iire ujiim wicitncr only Hark and their backs. They triwlgo likf eamels, ninuntaln. Tho'tllsnnl (lire of the tnln nt his wits end when navlct'iff Don't Carry i Morn Cpon Innr a.Mnllry ocoupntlon Is to elect Its own officers-lars. This fnct ltx.ll Out tnlir f.lfc .tgalnat to Ifcvmascus. nal rockets. The OIgr coiigh of tho opinion of our demonstrates, In tho m en ting, from Aleppo his ship through n nnrrow, altlIow, At Cleveland tho lenguo dlseovorcd contemporary, the Can't Takr Anything mi sfi With Ann Wlirn n Kir. sUuni pipe. TlTe hits of extinguished with They lliako their llfo n winding channel, aboundln by tho Pdiliiil desk furjaees. Tho walkinp of Uod on tho I'loncer I'ross, nnd of thoso moro ultra, thatno right terms of Its constitution it Mantling rocks and strong currents. 7he fnces to think, The members protectionist papers In has Tho steamer wont down with from the wnrei of somo of the llstncrs ww perfect In his sermon Sunday lr. Tnltnnge, 'and counter. biinllicl jccineil pleased with the discovery ol y by out n struggle?, As the oasen"eM whoso trail it wenrlly nnd pur'nnc-torllilo- down wolehed air. pictures as tho preacher iVonttcntly who Is still absent on his western lent' fresh follows, that th tariff not, with. tholr slluntlou as political Infants Fcrlbed the details and he urlng tour, chose a subject of universal carklng earcs, they are so inniir Mil-- ! stationed themselves .in rows I) Inlo Its free woo' nnd reduction of llftj sithout the privileges and responslbll-'tie- s nt rtllt ... "of tho voyage. The nlifp ran against a interest, ric: "lluslncs 'J roubles, tho ClUCS. Uli' 1 wisa cuiuu, riiL ...... lllf, V.4l0- llCn..,. jo .1.. ,1 v.. ..,(-mU of freemen, per cent, in tho tax on woolens, Iiks l ...- .,..,,,, bank and In n thrilling' burst tlio text selected bciiv I.'tcklcl xxvll, 21: out somoof theso lines of earoj that I f...- Im.aI.a. un me men unused i ...II iim. Thn republican ptrty can always be to that extent tho work for preacher shouted, 'What shall we do?' "These wcro thy nierchants In all sorts could lift some- of tlio burdens from with blistered hands and strained decrensed operatives. American It Is not stated reckoned upon to show the legitimacy tlod knows,' cried an old sailor, 'f the heart; that l count give rcnxnlion muscle, tug for .tholr lives. of thlnffs." thesn woolens enmo to us us n of its descent from the federalist Ixxly Thero Is n sail seen ntralnst the sky, that gift from yon arc going starn foremost' "- - Chito sonic of these worn muscles. It Is Wo aro at the opening door of returnfrco their foreign makers. which distrusted the American people cago Chronicle. Inif national prosperity. Tin coming time for you to begin to take, it n little . 1 ho Hash of thq,distress un Is noticed .. i. v. ,,,u,t ""r nvTa ""r peopio wmi uougni nnd wanted to secede that It might revonr best, . and trust tlod -- It . vol hoard1?,,,.' crops, tho of mibllo MKlr. l)o " . ., , , : ...... ,,, tn : Improvement depends fur less upon , ,i. , "hooiloooU into buvlnir them new nlleginiicu to the llrltlsh moimrohv ,t ..... ll..l ,11!,n i.I. .1... Irtll.Taii 1.... .w,,.4ur r. .1 11, ' ... ..,w .I,,,,,,, ..m f,nt . .. ' jiu 1.a .ntt ino irn .ruining length of tasks and hours of applica- confidence, and. nbovo nil, the bless' agesuiv iv.u atTuIrs ofThey enmo K'cnusa there wns n nud aristocracy nil tho jour life, and Ho j fow passengers escaped; ''lit the Ines of (Sod nill turn itnun nil sections tion than Is supposed. Children can Tho feilernllst of ISOO was either n prentest them for tie best. Consider or gave ono great lurch and wws gotiel demand for them; becnuso they wero take In but a little each ilnj. They aro of America tho widest, ever seen prosfederalist Is Hut the lilies they nlwnya hnru robes. lit--. So thero arc 6omo men who sal on cither of n ipiattty tho domestlo boss or u slivve The perity this country has like vines with n narrow neck; you mills could not that door of successes Is not yet fully hold the fowls of tho nlr tlicy nlwnys prosperously in life, a swell all's caso thoy deprived producjof In which always willingof Io surrender his own may pour Httlo or pour much, but no ono work or independence opinion and defer to a. well. Hut nt Inst somo financial disasmuch will not enter at n time Mleli-elc- t. open, and thousands of business men hnc nests. Take long lircath. betimes, that (rod did notmnko ter comes- -a curoclydon Down they lccnuso they wero to bo had cheaper the mogul he neknonledgesns his masarc yet sufTeritifj from tho distressing goods could ter. Admission that hn is unlit to think Dig yourselves gol Tho bottom of the commercial thuti similar homc-mndtimes through which wo liavo been you for a from the hogsbeadsnnd the shelves, hen is strewn with shsttcred hulks. bo bought for I.lthor of these causes or act eteept under orders comes to passing. out Somo of the best men In tho land nud in the light of tho holy Sabbath inn, ut'cniise our property irocs, do not Is a ,natural nnd n rightful one. If tho him onslly. It would not strain his . , klm '" ,lln,,,VM '"Ported are not Amrlcuu!sm much to give up tho balhava fnltered: men whoso. hearts nro t day : resolve that you will glvo to tho let yo-i- r soul all else per- . Tired, weak nnd weary. If this is your enlisted In every pood. worlc, anil whoso winds jour tho policy our con- - lot altogether and let a privileged few fortl,hii'o to tell sou of 1" fears, anil jou Mi. save that; ' do tlio voting nnd condition, stop nnd think. You aro a hands have blessed every great char-- 1 fulness, nnd You ft inorw stupendous Shipwreck distresses. han temporary advocates requires thnt nnd hereditarily. governing unchecked thero should bo no tax on them, nml suirercr from dyspepsia aud great misery Uy. The Church of Ood can nITord to brought nothing in-t- tho world, and it thnt which I 'Just meni ncd. tho tax was an unjust as well as n useWe democrats nro prone to wrath awaits jou If you do not chcclc it now. extend to them her sympathies, and is very certain you can enrrv nothing God launched this worl i six Hood's Karsaparilla Is tlio best medicine plead before Heaven with out. Having, food nnd raiment bo thousand years n . U hns lecn less burden. If thoy cutno be:.iuso nnd strife In the grent political Tho merchant tfoing on you can take. It has pceullnr power to prayer. Tho schools such men havo therewith content. of they wcru cheaper, then, tho "misun- struggles which affect the welfare of under freight established, tho churches they havo caino homo from tho store. Thero had mountains. ind Itntnor ai; but one day derstanding" of our netghbor nnd Its tho people, but It is tho strife out of tono and strengthen the stomach. built, tho asylum nnd beneficent insti- been a great disn&U'r there. He opened it will stagger ntths cry of lire Tho kind Is as to the idmplest of liuin.lu which Mow- ucccsiions to tho happiness tutions they havo fostered, will bo the front door nnd said, in tho midst timbers of rocks will burn, the moun- rights. Its position Involvosthe neces- of the musses. The docility of tlio retheir eulogy long after tho'.r banking of his family circle. "I nm ruined. tains llamo llko man s nnd tho clouds sity of maintaining that consumers of publicans under the management of Is tho only tmo blood purifier prominently institution!, nro forgotten. Such men Kverythltig is gone. I nm nil ruined." like sails in tho woolens should ba obliged to pay moro their ItoHscs Is symlmllc-i- l of tho order Jul ineiit linrru-anc- . In tho public eye (1 ; six tor 3. can never fall. They havo their treas- His wlfo said: "I nm left;" nnd the Then God shall tn.kihc passcntrcrs off for them than they nro worth In order of things under which nil accessions that American operatives can bo em- accrue to the powerful tow and nil the harmoutoualv with ures in banks that never brenk, nnd little child threw up its hands nnd said: tlio deck, nnd fronStho berths tluo ployed in maktntr them. Tlio loglo of losses full to the shnro of tho tolling HrvrvH'e mUUonntrcs' forovcri Hut I He fyftfifMfcyrH;- - Diltc ooft'ntiiprtt. sa. wlU Yxj- -it would bo appropriate toilay "Pivpn, I ttm hero."In Tho nged said: liavo long beon n1oatw,leiHwy-nnthis Is a policy of entlro exclusion; but tunny. thoiijrht will iSTLOOK FOR THIS and useful for ipc to talk nbont the "Then youseated nil tho room, of stormset them fftr lib' how tho reach of tho effect on tho American consumers Democrats full from power or miss hnve tho promises man shall nad peril, of Mr. Me- getting It through their honest dl trials nnd temptations of our business God besldo you, John." And he burst go dow n w 111 never o know n, until It nnd tho republican Federalists men, nnd try to oiler bomo curative into tears, ami said: "God forgive mo, hh.ill bo announced io day in Hem en; I Klnloy s stride In tint direction will visions over what Is t prescriptions. thnt I have been so ungrateful. I find tho shipwreck of a world! o many ' tHscourngo further movements on that fall or fall through tludr Inevitable abuses when In power nr the certainty In the first place, I have to remark that I linrc a jfrcnt many things left. millions drownedl Oh, m dc.irl ,. , 1,ut J1" .. n,M, orstanding gcn,s with which they nssituio tho wrong that a great many of our business men God forgive irkc." . hearer, whn'cvor m lose, thon-- h IT IS ON rmer. u is a quarrel witu side of nny question which concerns feci ruinous trials and temptations muc" Again I remark that many of our rour horses ro. thoc h vour lands coming to them from small nnd limited business men nro tempted to neglect though nil jjur fr BEST SCHOOL possessions economic tendi'iido thai, In other the free nud equal imrticipatloii ot nil of government. capital In buslncsss. It is every vt hero thoir home duties. How often is it perish, may God A nlphty, through results, our contemporary nnd tho cltlens In tho Democrats are having some trouble understood that it takes now three or that the storo and tho homo seem to the blood of tho cv casting covenant, most ultra of Its kind regard ns of tho highest benefit aud the greatest good. nuiong themselves this yenr, nndiuiy four times as much to do business well clash? Hut thoro ought not to bo any save ill yczr souls. they hnvo less. Hut Theso tendencies everywhere nre to- have more ns once It did. Once, a few hundred collision. It is often tho caso that tho wards a diminished cost ( production they nro engaged In hunting for tho dollars were turned into goods tho father is tho mere treasurer of tho STOCKBRIDGES FESTIVAL. r, resulting In a widened circle of con- truth, and when they ttiitto upon It, ns merchant would be his own family, a sort of agent to sco that they his own "ilcsman, his own have dry goods nnd groceries, Tho The Ice (Urn 1'mcrs.nn It Ilrl Anion;; sumption or use. If it is nn evil to lie they will, the republican Shermanlsm AinrrlrJii Iratlril guarded against and prevented, to will be swept out Into the gnrlmgv bookkeeper; ho would manage nil tho work of family government ho does In point of senio- - ty, tho loo glen have our woolens obtainable nt a less henp ns the feilernllst alien nnd scdl affairs himself, and everything would not touch. Onco or twlco n year he be net profit. Wonderful chaupes calls the children up on n Sunday Procession at Stock "idge, Mass., and cost, then It Is a greater evil to Iment tlon liiw-- were In the Jeffersonlan out 1 A havo come; costly apparatus, ex- afternoon, when ho has a half hour ho tho Tub 1'arado at Lenox should bo and use the machinery that has dis- burst at the opening of the century tensive advertising, exorbitant storo does not exactly know what to do with. awarded first plnco .uong tho festival placed the spinning wheel and tho St. Iouis llcpuhllc undertaken hand looms that formerly made the rents, expans- nnd In that half hour he disciplines tho pageants of our heavy taxation, AN IDOL NO LONGER. ive agencies nro only parts of children, nnd chides them and corrects nnd carried out by tbe cultivated class cloths. The man was an enemy of his race who Invented the application of lb .VMllr of rntlrrtlnii Drsrrtrd by the demand mado upon our commercial their faults, and gives them n great of society. It appealed first o my henso of electricity hb an lllumlnnnt aud as u Ills I nllimrr. men; nnd when thev hnvo found them deal of good advice, and then wonders In tho motive power; as, farther lstck, he was Where is McKluley? lie lissuot lern selves in such circumstances with all the rest of the year that his children the beautiful and p lure-qusmall capital, they have sometimes do not do better, when they havo the Hummer of 1S74. Wo drove over nn enemy who discovered that the much in ovidoueo locently, and other to that "loicliest village of tho black oil that oozed from the rocks lKsuns have ltveii while his been tempted io run against the rocks wonderful advantago of that I3W-S- I.75 .25 to 5 to plain" from Ienov her rival love- amid the mountains of l'cniisylvunin has been drooping and apparently dy1 to castlgatlon. 3 8 to 10V-1- .50 2.00 of moral nnd financial destruction. liest village of the i to rendezvous This temptation of limited capital has The family table, which ought to be at nigh ful I, with n p party of peplo could be ifllned into nn oil that gave n ing out. IF YOU OANT OCT THEM FROM YOUR Hut the want ruined men in two ways. NMnctimes tho place for t DEALER WRITE TO discussion and in fancy costume, i an open grassy better and cheaper light than did They want him for a McKinler now terrible example. he tallow candles It took the place of. they hnve shrunk down under tempta- cheerfulness, often becomes tho plnco HAMILTON-BROW- N SHOE CO,, tion They havo yielded the battlo be- of perilous expedition. If thero bo any space nt tho entrance if the glen, amid The whole doctrlno of protection de- They are noxious to hear from htm fore tho lirst shot was tired. At the blessing asked at nil, it is cut off at nn amphitheater of h Us purpled with mands, in Its support nud advocacy, n Thoy desire to know what hn has to ST.JCiOtJIS. first hard dun they surrendered. Their both ends, and with the hand on tho twilight nnd light? i by n youthful legation of the beneficial consequences say about the Illinois Steel oompiiny. Tje9SS9S39$9S9eS9S959i the second In exttuit of business lu tho x humanity of these manifold Inven-l'"Uknees knocked together nt tho fall carving knife. Ho counts on his fin- moon. Tho lioit of irolers wns I remember tv n fair leader They gers, making estimates in tho interof tho anctionccr's hammer. that haio cheapened tho cost of United States vvhleh Is running day blanched at tho financial peril They stices of the repast, Tho work done, clad in the bra cry o ' irs and stripes living, increaaed the purchasing power and night to meet demutids ui-- poU did not understand that there is such the hat goes to the head, and he starts wearing a liberty ea ind carrying a ot wages, nnd brought to tho humblest nt all its works the .'ratifying notice wnges of Its seven a thing as heroism in merchandise, and down the street, nnd before the fami- long nlpcnstock tipici with another home comforts once unattainable, that the I American but ono that there nro Waterloo of tho coun- ly havo arisen from the tablo he has costume flag.filmyree-- i dngof nnother staking thn luxuries of the Inst genera-.Io- n thousand workmen are voluntarily (Kiln Dried) the Hist d ter, and that a man can fight no braver bound up another bundle of goods, tho necessaries of this. The print- raised ten per cent from date. Indian woman, throu which faintly ing prevs of Will McKluley glvo the world his battlo with the sword than he can with nnd says to tho customer: tho "Any- gleamed silver bnnp-Jnnd native machines, the engines driven by steam, explanation of this good news? Will tho yardstick. Their souls melted in thing more I can do for you toHut in no under tho implements of husbandry, all these other calamity howlers let tho people to any . . them because sugars were up when day sir?" A man has more re- ... . . .. . -. i iiivy muileu tt buy. uuil uuwu when sponsibilities than thoso which nro discreations ot lnveutlvo genius aro know Just what they think nbnut this havo been produced t a effect of that doing the work llmt millions that action ot the Illinois Steel company? they wanted to sell, nnd un- charged by putting competent instruc of figDoubtless somo of them will nttrili-uteth- o and women would w required to do, salable goods were on the shelf, tors over his children, and giving them group of fantastic t ralMugo! the wnges to a demnnd bad debts In their ledger. The a drawing master and a music teacher. ures among the scatter")! bowlders nt are sad "misunderstandings' of human the mouth of tho glc-- i where In chill gloom of their countenances overshadthe work ocratic trick to hoodwink the country The physical culture of tho child will recesses Ice enn bo foand, it Is said, wants and nreds, Sold only In of Amnrlean "rerntlves," and. from the with the belief that our troubles ara owed even their dry goods nnd grocer- not be attended to unless tho father Despondency, coming from lim- looks to It, He must sometimes lose even nt midsummer. ies. sincere protectionist's view, Impedi- over and prosperity Is returning. A procession boinir formed, led by ments to industry thut should bo sum- I'rubably somo will charge it to tho ited capital, blasted them. Others his dignity. Ho must unllmber his dark and drapcratd Intrigue of the have felt It In a different way. They joints, lie mttM. sometimes lead them band of muslclatin, w.pntrted the marily abolished. St. I'aul (Hobo. Packages Clerclsml KiliiiliiUlrmtioii, .Maytw It I hnvo said: "Hero I havo been trudging out to tjiejr Bports and games. The "through brake, through briar," COWARDLY DODGERS. due to Ungllsh gold. Unfortunately, along. I havo beon trying to bo hon parent who can not forget tho severe pathlength of the glen, finalthe however, the coiiquiuy Is under control Halk-In- c est all these years. I find it is of no duties of life sometimes to fly tho kite, ly In n meadow path emerging tho farther Tb Itrptibllrao Calamity llowlrra at of stalwart republicans who have here In Tbrlr Tents. use. 'ow It is make or break." Tho nnd trundlo tho hoop, and chase the end. As the 'falricn, black gray, green MUSCATINE OAT MEAL CO. of tho fiercest small craft that could have stood the ball, nnd jump the rope with his chil- and white," the "moonshtnu revellers The republican league convention at tofore beon MUSCATINE. IOWA tnriff, and out beyond the light-houss$ess?e9S96?es9(ii stream Is putgreat sea of speculation. e dren, ought never to havo been tempt- and shades of night," Hied between Cleveland dodges the two Important kind on the subject of high little god. to whom wns a oil the ed out of a crusty nnd unredeemable tho black usuei of tho day tariff nnd silver. Now he is u broken Idol in their ryes. the tender irreen Ho borrows a few thousand dollars solitariness. f moss nnd leaves in tho arcade turn- - The report of tho platform committee N. V. World from friends who dare not refuse him, vou want to keep your children Ing to vivid emerald In the glare' the leaies everything to the national con- If nn" he goes bartering on a large scale. away from places of sin, you can only ..,.,.. tu nn . .nn,i...f'ii. vcniionoi nexisear. inis isnougmg PRESS OPINIONS. FIND TUB He reasons In this way: "Perhaps I do it by making your homo attractive. fine. extraordinary, The reasons are not "Fire Alarm" Kornkcr appears to may succeed, and if I don't I will be no You may preach sermons, and advoOn another occasion I drove nwny far to seek. LATEST worso off than I am now, for 5100,000 cate reforms, nnd denounco wicked- from the meet of tho masnueradcrs to On tho tariff question the republican be all that there Is left of the republitaken from nothing, nothing remains." ness, nnd yet your children will bo n point in tho villago whence wo had a party is an attorney without n case. It can party In Ohio. Chicago Ihronlcle- The republican keynote w 111 not Stocks nro tho dice with which he gam- captivated by tho glittering saloon of view of the procession as ,t enmo out can do only ns the old lawyer advised PARIS Menu-whll- o Ho bought for a few dollars sin unless you ran make yonr home a until next bles. of tho glen to wind Hko n fiery serpent his son: "When you have absolutely be sounded party organs year. confine land. brighter place than any other place on over tho meadow on its western the of tracts vast return. Once no defense roar and paw dirt and dis- themselves to tooling the wilt FASHIONS Some man at the cast, living on a earth to them. Oht gather all charms a year the placid mPvBL horn loston little llousatonlc tract attention." Hut the reverberHerald. fat homestead, meets this gam- into your house. If you can afford It, river, which beneath the elms ot Stock- - ating echoes of the blast furnnco and -I- Nbler of fortune, and is persuaded to bring books, and pictures, and cheer- bridge meadows contorts itself funtav the din of reawakening industry and The meeting of the republican L'Art de La Mode, trade off his estate for lots in a west- ful entertainments to tbe household. tlcally Into tho famous reestablished prosperity under a demo- clubs at Cleveland was advertised a bend ern city with large avenues, nnd costly Hut, above all, teach those chil- a bit of American rural scenery that cratic tariff mnke republican roaring "the first gun for "M " Impartial 8 Colored Plates, palaces, and lako steamers smoking nt dren, not by half an hour twice awoke enthusiasm in the gentle soulol and calamity-shriek- s ting mighty must record that tho first gun s coming n the wharves, nnd dashed In the pan N Y World. nftlggtd liy unr (XtiU day, year on the Sabb-itb- . Stanley Is bright with n charm- small. speed from every but day after day; and every day toach Dean On the silver question the republican down with lightning Corpa of The man who Is willing to sacriing procession of decorated boats. direction. Thero it is all on paper! them that rclirion is n trreat cladnes. I Tracking tlio mirror-liknntsus iitTisTS. bosom of Iti party Is n house divided against itself fice his democracy In ord-- r to help some The city has never been built, nor the Hero is n great question, to which n particular candidnto Is not a democrat fWCMet It of yoor Ncwdfl;rorsen(133 railroads constructed, bit everything that it throws chains of gold about tho way hardly more than would n sw.-ineck, that it takes no spring from tho in Its Imperial progress tho llowerj great party would address itself. The to hurt Candidates nre nothing when cents for latest number to points that way and the thing will be foot, no blithesome from the heart, no chain of boats glides between sheets ol voters of tho country expect political grv.it issues uro at stake. Ixmisvillc CO., THE ell, the sparkle from the eye, no ring from the verdure sown with wild tlowcrs and parties to have the courage of thrlr Courier-Journdone ns sure as you live, : NEW YORK. man goes on, stopping nt no fraud or laughter; but that "her ways are ways dotted with crazlnir catiie To see it convictions, if thoy have nny. This Is 2 East 19th St.. The verdict of the republicans at tyMcsTiQM this PArrn. outrage. In his splendid equipage he of pleasantness, and all her paths are I come, nnd go, nndfinaln vanish ncaso where tho solo conviction Is a Washington on the dumbness of tho dashes past, while tho honest laborer ASK YOUK UKLUU1ST ) mtstnkeu conviction thnt spoils may league convention Is that it wns "sound I sympathize with the work .fwillow.it looks up and wipes the sweat from his being done in many of our cities, by ncath of this glimpse be hud by straddling and the light won politics." It ought to be tins mnd polbrow, nnd snrs "I wonder where that which beautiful rooms nre set apart by to sigh for tho briefness by running uway from the Issues. itics to lie ufraid to spank for sound A man got all his money " After n w bile our Young Men's Christian associa of ready. Tlio people havo no use for fawnors money. N. Y World During a recent season Mockbridge tho bubble bursts. Creditors rush in. tions, and I pray liod to prosper them men who have no opinion Tor that tired furling, complitho annual nttnetion of the andcownrds, The law clutches, but finds nothing in lu all things. Hut I tell you there is added to l'rocesslon an 0" 'door plnv or dare notexprrss one. cated by uctitv chagrin, high tax fever its grasp. Tho men who w ero swindled something uacK o: mat ana beioro j Ice Glen On the two great issues of tho day and ft low, fitful treasury pulse, the ".Masque of Comus" ciren upon the say ' I don't know how I could hate that: We need moro happy, IT 15 In the village, the republican league has lost its populnr doctor will presorllnj a good ever been deceived by that man;"' and cheerful Christian homes everywhere, the lawn of n dwelling tongue. It stands mute. It is tho S- tonic of sound democracy, with legisuse of Tho nliiy, revised for the the pictorials. In handsome wood-cuts- , ilence of hopelessness, ot low political lative decency after taking. r 1 remark that a great many of ern amateurs, and nccomr jmed by Albany set forth the Iito who In ten years bnsiness men nro tempted to put hie. part o' which wasfrc-- an original cunning nud demoralization. Attmuy Argus. full for 8150,000! had genius enough to Argus. Farmers who aro harvesting And that is tho process by which the attainment of money above the it manuscript of 103 K lent bj Harvard FOR thirty-liv- e bushels of wheat per ncre Confltlrnro Waning. many havo been tempted, through value of tho soul. It Is a grand thing ' University for the occasion ts said to benu-yoDyspeptic(Delicate,Inf7rm and limitation of nnpltal, to rush into to have plenty of money Tho more have furnished a picture of Jcal As business improves and tho new on land lu Dakota worth twenty dolget of It tho better, if It come lion- - j ty Mrs. Burton Ha'rrlson, m Century. tariff vindicates itself, and it is found lars nn ncro catinol be persuaded that labyrinths from which they could not wheat is an unmitithat the democrats are not golug to even sixty-cen- t I would not want to estly and go usefully. Kor tho lnck of be extricated. Ulilttlrr'a I'.itrlotle Turin, wreck their chances In 1990 by going gated democratic calamity. Chicago chain honest enterprise. I would not It sickness dies without medicine, nnd JOHN CARLB A SPSS, New York. During thesoycars of the in tho empty in for frco coinage, tho shrowder re- Chronicle. want to block up any of the nvenues hunger finds Its IIEST I.V THE WOICLD. only was 'WhlficrVi repu- publicans begin to see that their party strugglo The Free Silver league for honest accumulation that open be- bread tray, nnd nakedness shivers for tation as notpoet growing but Is not ns sure to carry the country with delphia is mado up of somo of of Philan lack of clothes and fire. When I hear On the contrary, I fore young men. the most a man in canting tirade against money tho people of the north ami of the west a sweep next year us they supposed pronounced protectionists In ono of . would like to cheer them on, nnd re -- a ChrUtlnn nian-- n, jkteainyjiiMw;r uven. to Jil six months Kaatorn politician the strongest" protection tnlC"ln"thO Joce svien"tby reach "Xin Roa; hut possible uso on enrtb, tUouitUlL.bod.ua. AW-- 0' Ot course w4 onn not exactly nnd ho had no Mdc. when lucre are such multitudes ot me I generally taken it for granted union. This tends to upset the Qt &MMVVi fctA fiv interest In It nt nil, 1 come almost to measure the inlluer e of n poem or havo Nebraska was a statu upon which going to ruin for this life and the lite claim that tree trade and tVft?iVlX5SA,wA WWA think that tho heaven that would be song, but it may bu tmost irresistible, that coula surely count, but the repub- free sliver go together. Detroit Free n i i that is to come, through wrong nothey CAW W VtVftW, y.WMottV was willing to lican press ot Nebraska doos not tnko Press. ot whnt aro lawful spheres ot appropriate for him would be nn ever-- 1 I Ho wus a wise mnn-sutions lasting poorhousc. While, my friends, let others make the vs'of a people II view. The Omaha Iteo, noticing A republican newspaper says that THO RlSlNd SUN enterprise, It Is the duty of tho church we do not admit thero Is such a only ho could v. rite Loir songs. Law this absurd claim by an enthusiast of religion STOVU POLISH la of God nnd tho minister an that It Is ono of the strongest testimonials cakti foro( Ktncrst and tho friends of all joung men to thing as the lawful uso of money a Is but tho cxpn-slo' ' public opinion; the state would give fifty thousand to the character of tho lute Judge tucking a rtovc utter a plain, emphatic, unmistakable prolltable use of money let us recog-- 1 ' and when tlio rlnjj,-- - ptanzas of th majority to the national republican Urcsham nml un evidence of uncommon Tltrj SUN PASTH nlze also that money can not satisfy a mrds ,j,i the stlrrln? ticket In 1890, no matter what candiprotest. These nro tho Influences that POLISH (or a nutck houesty that he left un estate amounteIxssiA80s5',?n alter itinucr shine, drown men In destruction nnd perdi- a man' soul, that it can not glitter in ' peeches of Uio an'-- slavery orator date Is nominated or what platform is ing to only about forty thousand dolapplied and tho dark valley, thut Itcan not pay our had uwakenei the ronsolenco of tho with a cloth. tion. adopted, declares that it Is ldlo for re- lars. This Is true and just. It should Again, a great many of our business fare across the Jordan of death, that It tree states, uio end of, the evil wns publicans to talk about carrying Ne- be remembered also that this modest Mnrte Ilroi., Traps., Cunton, Mui., (VS. A. can not unlock tho gate of llcnven. nigh, hlavi-rmad- - a i,nrd ftyJit, for men uro tempted to ovnrauxiety and majority. amount of wealth wns accumulated by braska by oven ten thoiis-iuVon know that nearly all Thero nro men In all occupations who lis life; but it wnsslatery that Whlttlor EWIS' 98 Vo LYE enre. The llco pronouncos It "a debatablu great industry and economy during n seem to act ns though they thought hated, and not t!i0 southern rOWDIRZS AMD PERrOMED. businesses are oicrdone in this day. deprolllgntu republican boodlo period In nnd thero ullo bitterness or state," and says that success will (rATINTEU) bmitten with tho love of epiick gain, that a pack of boncln unil mortcat'cs could be traded off for a title to rancor in tho jioemj published III 16tI3 pend upon the character ot the na- which fortunes of millions wero made Tbe tlronQiti and purtl Lys our cities nre crowded with men remade. Unlike other Lye, ltbHng Heaven, and ns though gold would bo nnd culled "In War rime." And of tional nml stute nominees nud plat- by men who never hud a hundredth aline powder and racked In a can solved to be rich nt all hazards. They a lawful tender in thnt place where it theso ballndB of tn battlo years tho forms. As tho time for the presiden- part of the opportunities thnt fell In do not care how money comes, if it with removable; lid, tho contents are always read for uso. Will only comes. Our best merchants aro Is so common that they maka pave- best and the best beared is "Harbara tial olection approaches it is probable the way of Judge (ireshum, If ho had maka lbs I'll tttrfumnl Hard that other states than Nebraska which possckscd the corrupt vision to see nud Soap In 0 mlnuus ultiout boil- thrown into competition with men of ments out of It. Salvation by Christ Is rreitchle," which vvi, rather a trlbuto are now set down by many as sure rethe corrupt purpovi in improve ilieiu. ing. It l Itis brat for cleanklnj Treasures in to tho old 11a? Una an attack upon moro means nnd less conscience, and If the only sahatlon. will bo found to be debatable. Chicago Chronicle. wata pipes, dUlnfeotlnff sinks, au opportunity of accumulation be Heaven nre the only iucorruptiblo thoso who were then against publicanPost closets, wa hint- bottles, niinti, inarms In August, IHDi, the Wilson tariff it. I'rof. Ilrander Mitthows, In St -- N. Y. trem.etc. I hMSl.Ml.TlTril (O1 neglected one hour some one tdso picks treasures. Urn. AaeU, rulLA,, J'h. Havo jou ever ciphered out In the Nlcholus. Wo nro waiting for somo remarks bill, reducing the tariff duties, became It up. From January to December tho Tho uroac ttrugglo goes on. Night ghes no quiet rule of loss and gain the sum; "Whnt from tho MeKlnley organs explanatory n law. Immediately factories opened. Is less to limbs tossing in restlessness nor shall It profit a man If ho gnln tho tho lhero mile tiisnono JoreTgncr to ot tho fact that the Trenton lotteries Idle men were set nt work, wages InKIDNEY, of territory In Mon-tancreased, mills were crowded to tho utto a brain that will not stop t hole world and love his own boul?" Wyoming. Cui)raii0(S Utah, Ore- which reduced wages Immediately most capacity to supply orders, In the LIVEH & thinking. The dreams nro har- However lino your npparel the winds gon, Idaho, sfter the MoKlnlcy tariff had given No schedules including Iron mid woolen BLADDER rowed by Imaginary loss nnd Hushed of death will flutter it like rags. Home- Mexico, Texas Nevaii, Arizona, south- them mora protection have now raised goods and all the'other tho reductions were greatest with Imaginary gains. liven the spun nnd a threadbare coat havo some- ern htatcs. the pay of their men, notwithstanding .CURE. .. , lu Iron the uverage reduction was fjabbnth can not dam back tho times been tho shadow of coming robes tho fact that the new tariff has ma- thirty-seveper cent, nml lu woolens Hvery tide of anxiety, for this wave of world-llnes- s mado white In tho blood of the Lamb. has two handles. terially roducoil tho duties on earthendashes clear over the churches Tho pearl of great price Is worth more Wo can tnko hold of j, wittfthe linndU ware. When the explanation is forth- fifty per cent Yet lit Iron aud woolen Dr. Kilmer fls Co., BlnBhamton, N. Y- r.nd leaves Its foam on Illblcs nnd than any gem you can bring from tho of anxiety or the hlridle of fnith.-An- on. coming wo shall tako great pleasure In factories Is tho greatest Inerense In 100 to A HUMMER" TromImDroied i 0 of activity noted and lu these two vur tu prnyer books. Men who are living ou ocean, than Australian or Hrnziliau reproducing it lloston Herald. lmn rsn bo .wit In & community. branches aro t!i advances in wagci thn eiiltlviitlon. of tll mine Mritng ,l,.ftlnnuplitly ,,)rt snlarles or byunderstand tho wear and after Ood; find inIllsone carcar.ct. iUaW -- There Is a fa.I.h,, im-aye- r - tt, , r ir u rn si " (lov. McKluley scored a point lu most general. itrr Tlio lesson Is very righteousness; and well as In coats, I (TuimJ, taken lck soil can not I rcf t. and those follow Kansas by allowing kli feelings to plain. It doca not require n Solomon an i ii n.) rrttii'Url Trlitturft tear of tho body and mind to which ail shall bo well here; nil shall bo well it do it nt spiritual eo,t.-iaIKOi t J , Cunui, 0. Horn. overcomo him when he met Oov. Mor- or a Newton to discover It ilW'Oh 'm' It it our merchants nro subjected, when hereafter. C- ti Fome of you remember tho shipi"ii M111'-i - i urn himI they do not know but that their liveliin --The professional",,,, onong oui rill. It Messrs. Heed, Harrison, Mor- simply this. High tariff lends to low 7.vAir"s "Vl,r ton and Allison have any tears to shed, wages; low tariff Is uccompnnlod bv wreck of tho Central America. That Imm grants has general- ),i w.i i i.it whiii'.i s. hood and their business honor are borne a very the time hns come to show it tit high wages. The proof is overwhelmUK I.IIU'U IIM. I. Mil.. I 11., en. A l.A.M l.Ca. upon the uncertainties of the noblo attnmcr had, I think. uLout five mall proportion to ths total numbaw llll HUlMlwinn. Tli tailor! Safgattlon. A pood story of an Instnnco which occurred tlio other tiny In c Cnnlljfnn-fslilr- o V 50SINKSS TI.0U1M,KS. I si-,- " . JMtatf RoYal Powder . cruel-ilxlo- n. thlck-nnd-thl- n " a -- rlVwl ..t IttKH-ltot- Vl. SS sST illflU-iiUIe- s '- ,,,i. .... tfltf make, up ' - tte " ABSOLUTELY PORE ToHr.TTi.B lint ilo you wutit "O.NCK, - ... Hkii.lrh Iunon. Krlcnd "I'm told thnt most prescriptions cost llttlo or nothing to llrugitiit "Yes; butvvochurgo for deciphering the penmanship and truus. llioLntlu."-Tur- k. luting tub Ilmr Illcka "Oot tiv ilropsr llniBlt - "Wlintl tlu-(orl" w v World. steam-manag- pack-liori- e. o All Out of Sorts - fret-vm- ir Hood's Sarsaparilla vai "Mr bis brother liolonps to the Hoventh cloc rcRlmotit," said nitio wen, proudly, "an' tridty." my, now tiotiio no looks when iiu's nil ilrvssisl up In his unicorn I" Il.ircr'i Un I.nrkril tlir Xrne In Makn llrr H1'T. Hound Tiibln. Upon receipt of your nlilrt's wo will mill frco n nrkiro ot tmllfiii:y I'Donns "Ho jou wero in tho Iowa cytmntiairul r.snln, ilcturlnit nml clone. At whnt point did tlio storm leave liotv ami wliv n.cii irtsiiir-nlltho town I" Dobbi "It didn't leave tho aulTorfrom ncrvoiia trouuloa that iirvtrnt town took It along." Trutli. tlirlnlulnc tlieMvAtllllniut tlio rloht time. rllllou llmltiMl, Ail , iiiciitlnlDf? tlilt v iurk City Hurling Kcraoily Co., Summer Tourtat Itatra. orChtrago. Tim l.luo (Chicago & ,VorthsVestcrn H'y) Is now selllne excur-tn- r "WtujE.liavejou Nth In rmMhcr llclill" tickets nt reduced rates to fit. l'nnl, "No, 1lil Minneapolis. Dtilulh, Ashland, llnvllehl, nml 1 runmrau- It. ' Mlmv nutiliiaavil m wasn't lu llrUlyn I. Ilo Marquette, Dead wood, Dakota, Hot KprhiRs, Denver, Colorado Mitring, Jiuuitou, halt llaiiilltnn-llrim- n hairs. Lako City, And the lako nud mountain ,,. KIsMHI of tho Avest and northwest 1'or rates .SatsiiorJua. m - (wn imi tad full Information apply to Agents of ,.,,. tuitaii Oaln for June. i lines. Illustrated pamphlets, particulars, will honialhd fironion Total mIm for IWS up to, July I H Tt,TM M HV4 frTIHlM tppuVatloa U) W. II. (Cnlnkern, 0. 1'. &T. Oala for lnul up to Julr I l7,lL ., Chicago A H'y, lllus-trntol Pit-lt- r. Nnrth-Westor- n U rldlciila of croot Wlicn to tlio liuinnit tao." imulo light ut tlintt" "U'licu Ikllnou at least, m ben-rf- lt lir !',' ion-aectl- U North-Wcster- n Chi-jaj- "mm III. -- . grand-mothe- r, d Tntlnr, Trilby, alve mo your anawcr true. . What lu Uki name ot gpodnrat.l - ni r WoMrWotrrttar. 'evurilonaioyoul Town TepJcs. "Bovr. intm," naltl I'eoJo Klicti, "am w t nil IgtiUtl Uit ilry Vnln't iwnalbl v lib icrkPtrii tss . c LOCK HI J', -- SHOE" l-- e btore-sweepe- aea sickness or. tho "brluy deep," WTiclher "WiUT'a Hint tcrrlhlo you aro a yachtsman, nil ocean traveler, out that' our collriro jolll" cry lhcarl" "Oh,o "Itmustboncol-legfor a day or two's fudilug ou the salt water, of itpntlatrj rnclr. or even un Inland tourist In fccblo health, vou ought to bo provided with llostetter's V think I'lso'n Curn Stomach Hitters, a valuable remedy for Uio only mcilklno for for Consumption It CoukIis Jtsmb nnusoa. colic, blllouinesa. acidity of the riNCKAiiti, UprlticlleM, III., Utt. 1, Wl. stomach, malaria, rheumatism, nervousness and sick headach. Lay In an adequate Vott mutt nk Hns "Tblloauili1rnl supply. mamma." Ilo "Oil. tltat'a nil rllit. bin . nl 1VIMI7. " Alt. the Impedimenta In fancy's course has given tn aovrwl liluta aro motives of more fancy, MhaVerpeare. 1 Pifc-k- Trn Thousand Mile or Thirty, It matter not width, may mblect jou to rUrtTT to mottirr nml chllrt ana lr nftrrrontlneinrnt, rraull from uaoofMolhcr'arrlonJ." HoWbydrusglala. Ilatl'i I'sUrrli Cur rag-run- Unren t'nsicrot Itontr to (hr Atlanta IUMMltlnU. Chk-aj-o la UVeu l'rlcc Tic NfiK' 7'i-SIit.-1- Nothim) l rarrtlmn tliouaa of avion It will 1m one of the Rrrattst fairs ever ' In Ita eiact tnrnnlnir Whlpplo known In America. Many features of the World's Pair and many additional and new ones. Kxittslliou piH-- September I'th to December Slat, isji. I Do vou want to Write to WO Hi(Kiaso,0. 1. A., Cln- ciuuitl, O., for printed matter. THC MAHKLlS. UVKSTOTKH(XiS-4nini- M. semi-annu- al - rattle, Nelerib iiehrt. ple.-u.an- I.AMIIs, . I'MII'lt- - IViMicrUwilr Clt.MS VIh- itied.. Nn siii'.i GfMhliMraera r k( t ., . lomm it mi M .. .. . IN ta J J . 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Nit Sn KIXTr: Vn niiCAOO Irr iwtasM. : s u L'rilijH,aMIIVMMWiC iy -Nt -- '1 Sv tho needs of rJiylc.l belnfr, wfll attest Uio value to health of the pure liquid laiatlve prlnclplex embraced In the remedy, Pyrap of rig. Iti excellence I. due to Us presenting In the form most acceptable and pleat-nto the tho refreshing and truly beneficial properties of a jurfect laxative: effectually cleansing the iytrm, and permanently curing ronntlpatlon. It hu riven MtUfactlon to millions and met with the approval of the medlral profefwton, brcauso It acta on tba Kidj; neys, Liver and IkiweU without them and It li perfectly free from every objectionable iulntance. Syrtip of Flp is for sale by all dnifr-gtiin 60a ami ft bottle, lmt It la manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co. only, whose name is printed on every paeksge, also the name, Byrup of Flga, and Wnp; well Informed, you ill not accept an tubttltuto If oucrvd. weak-cnlnts nt At All Grocers rrxstm-i'srsiaitAI.V-Mrfsl- lut.TiMOttn. . .. Mlxsl -- I'nrn Oats-MI- in al Tt) 1 fire-eate- rs DRESSMAKERS tree-bole- s, (AITI.I" llrrl smHty . . , I Mt.O IICXJH- - Wrstrm HO O tSlllANAI'HI.It OMAIS-Wh- llfSs. ITrKU- - M"s (Jra uits-eal 4 ... A 50', 31 (O is H ' Mil ies A s No. S taUtnt tmlirst N T . n ii st linAIS-Wh- Wirier lolml o. t reit torrv MhrJ , , rvitt- - iiimi .. Mess C0I1K Sttarn eal Fl)tlll i.outsvn.t.i: a a u n p m II HUM Dta f?i& ?r.to ON THO ROAD recovery, (he woman taking v.bo Doctor riefce'a younf 1 his-tor- y rail-train- e a N al nervine and peculiarly that's adapted maidenhood, womanhood, wife hood and the " I're. act Iptlon " Is a iuppottini tonic ninth-rihoo- scrlptlon favorite rre. In I Him A W J Tt- -, ; Fuss Z ii. SM-- I 1'or the love of peace buy iiim Yankee Shaving Soap I ! Z A jMPERUt k THE BEST flli ' 'JVI , ) mod-Agaiinu-ou- n strength, cnlnif the ayttem and curl no- the derangements of tbe set Why Is It o many women owe their beauty to Dr I'lerct'a 1'avoritc Prescription? because beauty of form and face radiate from the common tenter heallh The best bodily condition results from good food, fresh aft and ciercix coupled ith the Judicious use of the " Prescription It teaches the origin of the ttoubl and corrects , it , . 1 needs, to her m ntrrwk.'t. M.4.V t.uu., oiiMisiy.rii. Jm i., irtjulat-Inlan- d r TiTT I CeUi aim llaU Js. Count) Kl llrat Inllm rrrvs. Tsi(HHfti. tTTl llAillirtni,.l. t7np IH 1000 A. N. IC 11 WIIKN WUlTinO rlsu ltd h TO AnVKUIIaelft to AittrtUroMal la laU VVVWi'Vs'V-W'WSWV'FOR ONB I -- wmm . t u HEIGHT PAPER DOLLS- . WRAPPnROP AGED PERSONS MM ADAMS' PEPSIN nt TUTTi - FRUTTI anti-slaver- y 1 vvv.yv.vww''vw tSXiSSSiS' its perfect climate, dry, pure and cool, its d mountains, its streams full of trout and its glorious scenery, boili grand and pastoral. Colorado probably has no equal as a health resort. For the man or woman who has been in the whirl of a busy life, ami who needs and longs for a change of air and scene, Colorado is the place. Pure air, pure water and the best of hotel accommodations are the three essentials that will be found there in perfection. On July 5th to 12lh, 1895, the meeting of the NATIONAL liDUCA-1IONA- L ASSOCIATION will be held in snow-cappe- stamps for postage. These dolls have 5cnd us two two-cechangeable heady. No two dolls dressed alike. ADAMS & SONS CO.. o 1 ' null-slaver- y tlie most delightful country in America, next Summer, to spend your vacation. There is no place in the world like Colorado, with GO TO XjNTn3K pcl-ttb- slivo-owner- s; c n II - n and the BURLINGTON ROUTE, which is the best line from J;01' S 0 hJt po,.nt' lm arra,,?ec, l0 sel1 Excursion Tickets for the occasion, at very low rates. These tickets will be good for return until September I, and will be sold to anyone applying for them.not merely to members of the Association, so that ' fr ni0U!'taiJ. will ? very low cost, ;:, r v., 'vvy"v Maiu,.utyf uunnir uns time,,.-.. ow cyciip. . Mnn rirp uim ma ,mni. f ..a . Tii Iauw IIUIII Denver io aiII nf uie famous Colorado :. DEJ1WER iSKMf. .. W r. -- ... Iil,-'l- lr -- o I . S. EUSTIS, Gen'l Passenger A5tnl, C. D. R. R, III, but, anjmj., make up jour mlikl hi go to Colorado CI ko. tara msuiiij Lout Uio (Hop.), ing. Utica Observer. n July, 1895.