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' 'jUVJiV,,- - GEORGE .'WAKKEN, n-JaM loktnaa, Kentucky, ItTMl Mil (Mr M OIIJllKlL i i THE HICKMAN teHl ESTABLISHED Mliliiiinnirr i jX 9K0RQ1 WARREN, COURIER AUGUsFSf aaMMaaiia,M PINE JOB PRINTING ICXICCUTICD WITH KEATJiESS AHD,OISPATCH. - SALE DILLS, BILL HEADS, INVITATIONS, ETC., ETC' CALL. AND BJBrc US. lAa a WfEARN, , K.lllor. i Assistant Editor. Trice of Subscription, 91.00 H i 'llS h W-JP9ia i AinlraMe HtV,lt)nrnl Cual MlnnraHiiil Ihrlr Kiiiilii)rrn. Hon. Charles F. Priap and Tno. iWCl Tin. Kkw Voi;k, Aiir. la-- R (1. Dun ,fc' Huatlcatlng In Enrland. To., Ill their weekly nivloiv of trade, o" nya: r. anil 1'urlf Mak IlutincM contliitiea unusually nctlre. - nf ilm Cunlliiont-lli'i(J a for inldMiminer, and though there U Inc. f, ilour- li AlaVu'llia Annual Ail- T. pcrcepllhle relnxatlon. thero nro no ilreM lo Ilia I'lill.Mnplilrnl Nnrlrlf. V aljflia of reaction. The ono chanj;o of tfreal linportnnco which the pant week Srcrlol Cable letter H) 2J fivnov, Anjf. I'.1 Thi! reavilcc linn trnin,'lit la eminently helpful tho amicable settlement hetween coal titionrf the Cngllsli ro.nl fnniily of th 11125 S27 a Slepluinlc. widow il nliKra nnd eti ploycrn In western I'enn AVfi'ytTi.ftWTihT-rv'H-nylvnnln, Ohio and Indlnna. It'Ufuild the late Ciowii IVInce lludolph, of that about ono hundred thoiuand Austria, at the einperor'a tea pnrtyoij Swiss uewspipera report tllKf. ths men will haro their wnjfe lncrea&cd bonrd the llohcnzollcrii ou the Mil Inst,, after t)ctolxr J by thla adjiuilncnt, la looked upon na disproving thu asser. nu in Ut of American. tourlts'vLsfi.lng tlon thul the came . whllo the cnlnrtfcinent of tho purclina that country this summer Is d it "e,iin Cowe in oppoaJfm to tlii cxproti Jrj(cr t!mn Jt wa at .Uhe some tlmo Injf jwiwcr t of tne v ho dnPtiot. ivlf even more Important that n chronic ''" ltnircnr. case of conlrotersy haa been removed that tlic kinsjff alnnild mifJt'ttio Mtjow of hlaold IjReiid, l roVn Pico Rudolph, (ituuio'n elevated road Is by tho pew agreement a iu company'a I'mperjrtVilliam'h datlre'to Tiiry thu Iro.lntr " great, kuccca.. Oui grunt atorea. There la no important chtuigo wicictyWif pleiiauro Beukcra wlth'tiint thing In In It favor l that It dor not In a crop prospect and at thU tlmo no of U klnlcamaii meant n had day fot newa la eminently tfood tiowa. occupy piibKoldghwaya, but purchase The outiro of jfold contlnuca aud ex Iord alUllury, wfn la notoriously it right of jsay. through private prop-crllinniMinnil cllea aome comment WcniiM) It la felt a Mior snllnr. The !','. "Syel nuil stormy when ,hlp fiiril thnt thn lHiud.iriillcnlaiieoulil,Krrft r-n B4Arf Auuuari805. m 8 0 10 JL. r 185!). OVKIt TUB OLDEST NEWSlMl'EKjjjt XV EST 13 It N K KNTUOK Y. ENVELOPES, LETTEn HEADS, HICKMAN, aRULTOW COUNTY, Jfo., FlUD THE SKA. I DUN'S TRADE nEVIEW. Ilmlnro t'ontlnnta 1'iiumnllr Aril., in. RIOTOUS NEGRO Tlirr rirenii llinWMIrs Tim MIMlls - ii , " VOL. XXX. NO. GOLD GOING Jl'l-n- 10. MIS wlslloi, rl flL Ji trrj 20 21 oo 10 2S 20 hb T Id J5 10 17t Itanl i. 2U Arcli-Dueheh- nrch-dtii;hc- one-thir- igii, r T i;r lyna- iiespcrniciy ill. Upon amll:i3 at I'astCowes he was unable tirreturn l.'n. ii me aiierui wohki place iweniy by ricsldcnt Cleveland before congress dfsaffectciBmcs fs Judge W. C. James. numler fcf regular trooi.s tho gold reserve reached 9107,441,- served Interviewed Sunday night he said: or of the commonwealth tho greetings of tho members of tho ofllccr on guard around the Jail. This mct The circuit over which the In this war MUT,!, while tho volununa done, but many of the mob refused "If the declarations of the Marshall- a household or to acknowlcige presided bv nfiotmenl Ifiiccn teer ami militia numbered "J.770, bloody killing occurred" the cheers of tho croud thnt had ga.h-ec- to leave. S,herlll McArthur, In response of tio Vouft comprises the states of town convention nre true then wo pram! total of liv.sso.' the price an eighth. to orders from Jiulfe .llrown. called Michigan Ohio, Kentucky and Ten- have been misrepresenting, abusing i, the iihhi tho pier. Tho luduatrira continue to make ,. other, ,mornini? , i . the qiteon a spee.-- for the opening out the Forsythe Riliemeii nnd a num nessee, bj R Is the general opinion-tha- t and lying about tho republican party 8102.100,000 L'nlted States bonds were t...,. ........ ...... "?."" MJ""- proirrcaa, and higher jwlcca for Iron Av Innovation In jaebtlug circle "! ever since 1S7U. Their financial decla-tlo- sold seV-tlober of deputies. His honor nlso Inof parliament on August 12 will Ik n the of a successor w 111 be w" ,.ou' "V' 1 '" ': for gold, at prices aggregating now b lug talked of, iiothmu let than and atcel producta iroe that tho sup- boro and formal document Is Identical with the principles Of ' unless ref- structed the shcrlir to arrest all Ne- made wlth,t regarl to territory. ' ply hua not et outrun the demand. V soli iii!iili of compressed paiK-r-. the republican party as laid down In 9163,000, ami the gold reserve, Inwhichgroes who refused to disperse. The Since thu i tliti erence la made in It to foreign nlTa!''. " " of Jus'Ico Rlatchford, Sale of wool are not us much Jant ft""' 13. sheets Mug cemented mul rheted mob then began Ilring on the whites. the state of N w York has been with every state convention since the crime was something over 505,000,000 room "ere by speculation na thry were dut-i- K Vet persons in u position lo be well Inuary, 1S93, replenished .. i. has been They lunatics and 35 In surh a way a to form u were nbout years old and stuck with out n reprcsci atlve on tho oench, and of IS7.T. There is no difference say the spei.-'- i Several olllcers being tho llrst half of July. 1'rlcca are formed on the by theso bonds, amounts to a little kniootli a rul strong scam will not refer to Armenia or China., small bird shot, but none were seriouv It is believe that the president will between the two parties, and as the re- more than 9101,000,000, or a net loss ol very violent. very firm. ly hurt. About l.V) shots wero tired by go there for Damei. Oi.r.ifEli, the notorious 'I lie failure In July ahoiv liabilities ind that If any foreign n (fairs arc mensucccsvir to Justice. publicans have always been consistent 814 0,000,000. U now thought by some physiIr tioned they will be those In conueution the rlllemrn and Negroes, but no one Jackson. Win her or not ho will ngaln on this subject, the acknowledgement atiimiiitliijf to etl.?xH,Mu, of which Department officials are Ipth to dis Knott county outlaw, who stabbed cian Gut denth in wns killed. The Negroes broke nnd nttempt to pi a e Mr. l'eckham or Mr. of the Iowa democrats that their annf electric In a drunken Samuel Fitzpat.-lc- k with Africa were of iiiuuufactiirllii; unit treasury cuss reshook is due to contraction of the brawl two weeks ago near Quicksand, them ndtvedtho effect on the or to of Debate In reply to thn speech from ran when the tnllltla began shooting. Hornblowcr oil the bench Is In doubt. tagonists are right gives gold shipments, of fadlnir concerns. expresi was captured a few dajs ago on Hall I'ourtecn rlolcra are jail. under the Infim-ncndvnntage nnd I Aili-iu- t of tin- curTho names of JccreUiry Carlisle. Post- a tremendous IS. I allures for the week were 93!, In the throne will lieirin on will watch them win another great nn opinion as to their probable extent, creek, in that county. rent M grwit that the heart U not L'lmn ns5embling of Olllvcr retho United Mntea against nil luat but the time between the opening and Judge llrown summoned court Monday master General ilson and Don M. victory in Iowa this fall shipments will at ton enough to ororrntue It an,! Uot-grand without any or when the bold syndicnto ccac, or sisted arrest by firing on the olllcers.- A Dickinson are Mso heard In the discus. yer aud 13 in tanadn against M Inst that dale will be occupied in adminis- octoro him nml lustriicte Ia them tojury sion. will lee) battlo ensued, whether tho I sorrow. do not say I will vote tho inlip tins elrriiUtion but no ono tering the oath tothe membcra, who Itself liound to place the gold ns it did On arriving near Hindman was ''urt. J ear. vestigate who was responsible for last will be sworn lu In batches, they Tho name oi Representative Joslah republican ticket, but only that I will after the first largo withdrawal after mob of 25 Infuriated citizens, met a Tlir war of the revolution lxfn who lion Charles I'. Criap, of tieorgi.i, ox- - night's rlotand see that they were pun Patterson, of Tennessee, will probably not vote with tho democrats, nnd as I the purchase of bonds. With exchange STEAMEHS COLLIDE. April l. ITT. uh.I Ulcl until April 11,' ished. bo called to th4 attention of the presi am not a populist nnd have no patience at 4.00,(, an exceedingly high figure, cried, "Lynch him," but despite their ilK'aner oi me l lilted Mates house, linn nf llir rire-nr- li 1VS. Thf huiuIht of ri'trulur iixHpi fln of Itm Wm.Ii The city council In session Monday dent, as he comes from the state of the with their vagaries, I will do what a the work he wns lodged in tho Hindman hy his son, hat been in Is generally llrfiitllril, CHlt-mu 130.711, mid tin- - timiiWrof Kngland for ten days. Mr. Crisp pro- - instructed Mayor Gray to order a gat-lin- lato Justice, and is known as n most grcnt majority of the democrats goldopinion to the extentexpressed that jail, and then 10 of tho bravest officers Di:nir, Mich., Aug. 10. -- The steam pose to remain to exports of 920,000,OiK of the county guurded the gun from Charlotte and ask the b.val friend of Cleveland. The names nround will do not vote nt all. There Hillltlu nd m os. a iiiiiitrcrh Jail to prewitness tlw election are 123 federal ofllce holders In that or 930,000,000 are likely to occur before vent mob violence. total of Mf Til Hii'ii tlni ortrd during ers llrltuniilc and lEussia weto in col- af the speaker of the house of com- authorities to furnish a man to operate of Ron M. Dickinson and Solicitor-Genera- l 1. lision in the Delink river, just Iwlow state convention, nnd nearly all of October K Mr! or tin- liolr of tlit uar. Holmes Conrad are also menand will on it. The mayor, chief of police and depart Wyandotte, shortly liefore 3 o'clock mons The excess of expenditures over re- heRookii Case, of near Sideview. says them were thero by proxy. They repkilled 22 cow suakes in one stump 1'arla ho sheriff were also Instructed to make all tioned. where I'rlday evening,' and aa a rcaull the the 13th fur resent Cleveland and bis gold bugs, ceipts for the past two years amount in his yard the other day. OlT a( l.l"i r ktiilrnt of liirton, llrltanulc wns sunk and one of her will sojourn for n week. Mr. Crisp was necessary arrangement: for protection n MADMAN'S ACT. nnd not tho democratic party In Iowa." to 9107,000,000, and for the month and NcMhaitt, and to procure all iHirn R. A. Dickkrsox, a druggist, was In IfilS during of the city lu blipillcbl om.Till Hull, llollowuy drowned. The Kussla wna tjulto s J. J. Shea, chairman of tho demo- a third which has elapsed of tha cur- shot and killed nt Elliston, by Dr. A. the arms and ammunition needed. Jihtl Atrxnndrlu. tlin uoinon'ii cwIIoim badly damaged, Three l'rrsnn. Unumlrit, Due of Whom visit rent year 915,000,000. Rut tho receipti G. Elliston, but managed to keep this Is of his parents to England, and Mill Die. , cratic free silver committee, and last N. C Aug. 13. A Gat-linof lit ami. MV virtually his tlrkt trln abroad of New Castle, who was KT rojmrtcl h nltoat until ihe reached Raltimoiik, Aug. ta Three persons year candidate, for clerk of the supreme nre increasing and official express the on a train, nnd fired at Dick erson gun under a detachment of men innrrM. Tin. ItvicU v the rOnaltudtm dry dock. Tho llrlttnnnle the 'Detroit slnuo hl parents returned with him to hope that by January 1 next they will was,valuril America. left here Monday evening for Winston wne wounded, and one will probably court on the democratic state ticket, is equal the expenditures, through the car window. llitt Ihv itnirr trnrncd m Miunan Nftha nt M,WH nnd Is covered by Insurance. or nearly so. l(t ia riB h,i fm hlikblHl. Lexington women held a mass-meKvSeoretnry of tho U. S. Navy R. K. So far na Is known here nt a late hoiu die nsthc result of a madman's act ear out in an open letter In which be The extent of the Russia's damages Is Monday night nil Is quiet there. Tho ly Friday morning Urban KIj, aged 33 charges the federal office holder in the IN BELLE MEADE CEMETERY. ing the other afternoon and nominated Traoy mid hi daughter, Mra. not yet known. , ,'Tll koutlirrlv v mds of thf and Mlv Wilmerdlng, arc slicrhl believe that the trouble Is un- yean-- 2,7.34 Hartford nvenuc. shot his convention with nil sorts of threats, The llrumlna of the Iite Justice .faeksim a woman candidate for school trustee few Charier A. I'fclffcr. In bnlldozlog, cajolery and bribery In dewpk in l:.-- ., t t , ltti lirlvrii now iu Loudon, after having made n der control. A large force of special brother-in-larotlilolnn' di I I i,iiinirnl. I.a1(! to ItrstFullpr anil llrewer 1'rea-en- t. In each of tho four wards of the city. C. IC RnocK was. killed in a fight In Jacksos;, Mivi., Aug. la A sjeilal general tour of the continent. They policemen was sworn in for Monday the rltfht arm. then shot Mrs. Mar- feating the free sllveramcndment. He into the tmni in nvit ijunnti-0- e mi of Mich mp itk nyrrr Iwforo from llrundon, the county Xamivii.lk, Tcnn., Aug. 13. The re- Harlan county between some employes nest week nnd will nlghL It I reported that three thou- garet Pfe ffcr in the left breast and ndvlscs democrats not to bolt, but keep eat of will go to sand Negroes nro massed near the finally shot himself In tho forehead. up the fight. Wiiomii. 'lh farmrrs ro ilill(f-i- l to Rankin county, any that a dllticulty sail for home on August II The mains of tho late Justice Howell E. of A. J. Asher and several members of town Monday night, but doubtless sen- The wounds of Mr. and Mr. Pfelffcr CT) Is enthusiastic out the tWjr Mwrhlnp ctllr. and in uua occurred on the street there Krldav HARMONY SOCIETY. Jackson, of tho supreme court of the the Gross faction. sro slight, hut Rls will probably die. sational. OUMtho eonOtarit i of the American cruiser ( morning between .1. II Dlnkins and United States, were laid "U.nci.u 111M.V Rcck" Rinn, one of elnxMt tirU-in a Celrhratr llirlr It Is though- - Kis was temporarily de Thy vp.t Home Hay Ht Mnrtyl'lrnt llir. private family cemetery atatrestRelle tho oldest and most eccentric charactup ajritiM' liirjr niii mil ri.l in itm I'abacy ilsnbal la which the f..nn..r lumlia. which was built and launched Kronnmy, PITTSnURRH ITALIANS mented '1 heir wive, nre sisters, their was shot nnd killed. ,xirshal U a during hi administration of the navy putiin Meade stock farm, six miles west of ers in Russellvillc, is dead. Tho faith-m- l I'i77or.vr.r.ir, Pa., Aug. 12. Tho men.l-fro- f Take a llaml at lirlilnt On )lh-- r I.sliorrr. mallcn name being Jlppard. While the mony society celebrated Its ninety-firs- tllzr this city, Mo afl ay morning at 10:30 old Negro, who wa a servant in the legislature from War-r- e ilcpaitinenL men have been friends thev have not A Tiny I nrrlr.1 thn Knl f lac n county, and Dinklns is a local poll- ha Uulr promul-patHon 'lhomns K. Itajnrd. tho I'nited o'clock. Hello Meade Is tho home ol tho Itlbb family all his life, was always 1'lllt.AHKl.rillA, Aug. 13. A special teen intimate, nnd It Is thought the harvest home day nt Economy Sundny. Gen. W. II. Jackson, brother of the de furnishing fun for tho mischievous ih" tivir,v that nuntmrn lrnftir t.tlan or aomo promlnrnee. Matea ambassndor at Loilon. has acOf tho original members living the m y;an thiuir In l way The notion of cepted the invitation to deliver the lo the I! cnltig Telegraph from Pitta-burg- ihont'ng was tho outgrowth of some once wealthy society only twoofwere ceased justice, who in associated with small boy. The old darkey would fancied .light from Pflffcr to Rls. Xiiierlo.sn. Mui Ite I'roleoieil. says: annual nddres to the IMinburgh thrum iiH)ii tlie hlu ii really Who present There has been much Richard Crocker Is raising thorough walk a mile to dodge a rabbit's foot. V.iil.S(iTi.i. Aug. la Minister Ken-bA body of 100 nrnied Italians carry-Ini- t Wslnl, hit kdj'i, and it U only In ttio tlrnt Noveml-;- r. uiscns!on In ,. au ranks of late, owing bred horse. It Is ono of the loveliest To walk up to blm with the foot of a lo !! w Meiunrjr ol haa Wen Inatrnctcd by Aettuir.Kee-retnr- y tUTltnttnn Soeletv In tha niUlro. I Tho n red fl pUeo that th elTefll In unpleasant. at their head, mnrclied ' s.'unAiio..Autr..lO-- (Irnrfe F. limit. to ilallvor tho bunnie was to lay oneself 11 abler to opposition against senior trustee pots In all the country. ' Adee to aecuro protection for highlit literary honor In tJrent llrit- - to tne corner or tnnajr trrp'n,vsw 0pnr;o aim n.. After the Miiitmrn linn nnru ofl the " t. liotTt, tno ?T'ho.memorwotl tLthe tontf writer, wi)Ttoarw tvih."Vilun."rs9rWer.movedIroinlVo i t;ruiv American citirens nt l'anyag. China, a ain. Among those who have made the be avenues in this city Mondaj- - morni iuu uuuiu ui liic ueccusuu One of the features Sunday was a iiusb iruiuc .TbQvoldmanwoHldaaaa liner, Miioothor tekllirt of the kln plarenlxiut forli miles fniui Too Chow, address in previous years are the ing for the purpose of driving off laborLee Kixceii, tho slayer of spencer concert given by trustee Duss' band. justice, ahortly after 9 o'clock, and anil Biore rluttir than It wai where tlie American iniskion is report- Right lion. John Morle. Into chief er employed by booth, it Flynn, in One of the selections rendered was was something less than an hour Adams, a young teacher near Sergcnt, on Pine creek. In August, 1S9. was "The G. A. R. In Dixie, or North and reaching its destination. l,tcr. la a fahrlr tliat can he made to ed lo have been looted bv the ( hiucCc secretary for Ireland, and Right Hou. grading the street. The Italian whr The officiating clergymen were Revs. tried before Judge Rlalr at Whltcsburg South," dedicated to the coming en repft'icnt larpo nmounla of money. No additional outrages hate lceu re- A. J. Itnlfour, Urst lord of the treasury were in tho employ of the llrm, bad n inade concerted demand campment at Louisville, Ky. The J. II. JIcNclly and R. Lin Cave, both of the otherday and acquitted It seems Til Astoia Iijto lcen erislited with ported to the state depnrtnfc ut I'riday. for nn increnso in wugct MORTON CRITICISED. that tho two men were playing with march was so popular that the visitors this city. nlilt) laeo worth 1,0on.ooi, ami the Will Allenit llie .InrtsiTi I'liiiernt. .'.() from SI.2". to per day nnd ihe ceremonJes at the grave were nn old pistol in Klncer's hands, when wero not satisfied until it hnd been Vandrrbtlta ralne Uielr laves at ?4. Waciit.Noiii.s, Aug. la I'rlday even- A IVpntltr I'olnl M . Anlmt lh erre-lwero refused Their places were filled it discharged and killed young Adrendered three times. Mr. Duss is the not elaborate, iut very impressive. 00,nua The pie U shl to he couteul ing Mis Tomklns wns hiIiIumI of the of Chief Justlco Fuller nnd Justice ams. It lately developed that Klncer iomposer. wllliouly Ti,vw represented In lace, departure of Chief Justice fuller and Wasiiimiton, Aug. IS Some of the and on Saturday the atrlkur.s attacked the men who had taken their places. llrewer were tho only members of the used some ugly language to Adams on mid the prince of Wntes can boast of Asvoclnte Justice llrewer. who had been "flnanclal experts" in tho treasury deDlcil at Ilia A co of 123. supremo The others are partment are dlsfoscil to criticiu J. Tho police Interfered nnd quiet ivn. reIndian trou.s, Aug. 12. Mr.. Keiah scattered court present.It was Impossible tho day of the killing. t5.( wrtb at the dalntv fahric. visiting the chief justice, from Sorrento so far npart James Maiikt has served 18 years as Fierce, who claimed to be 123 years ' Sterling Morton, secretary of agricul- stored. Hostilities were unexpectedly . v. i to attend thcfuncrnl. Mr Frederick --' A depot agent at Mt Vernon. AV5te ' V,st'Ss. aV old, died In the Alpha home, n refuge for them to reach here In time. Tjir Hipular soldier In 1'r.inofl nt - I'll n pin. private secretary of Justice ture, for establishing the precedent of renewed Monday morning mid the mhin The Young Men's Democratic club'is w$$3 for friendless colored women. She was largo number of prominent men from S J'UW preient la lien de I'ollloue de Saint Jackon left Unshiiigtou rriiloy night tmyin one of the otlieinls ol lib de- Italians stood their ground until the four times married, and was tho Tcnncsseo and other states were among to be organized at ML Sterling. portment his monthly salary in silver fled. A begnn tiring and then they MarN ho is eoiiktanllr devising new to attend the obsequies. the attendants. police alarm was sent in nnd s Cocn.ES have been married in balmother of twenty children. dollars. khemea for the comfort of tho men in 'I IYi&SVb'TS wretchedly ignorant nnd her She was loons, on bicycles, in the Ferris wheel An A Red l'ptlestrlan. memory The twdnt mado ngnlnst the secre- force of reserves were hurried to the his command. Among other thing he ;ii iillui-n'- llallnllon The Italian! Vt 'Mb wns defective, but he remembered Ci:xTEnvn.t.E, Ind., Aug. 13. Chris and on railroad trains, but it remained Ciiwroiiitsvii.t.K, Ind, Aug. 10. Ar- tary by tho "guardians of the gold place in patrol wagons. a Hovrtlod a two hours' daily lied when they saw the police coming, that she was born In Virginia and that topher Columbus Cleveland, of Center-villc- , for a Richmond beau and his best girl fciNla for his tnxips and encouraged rangements are betng nade to have a reserve In the treasury" is that twenty-ou- c of who is eighty-on- e years old, left to stop an auction long enough to she was sold to the Gllmore family, of them' to 'king military aons In har-mi- ft lnttallon of two hundred voternus go If nil the employes of the govern- but will bo huld them were captured. for trial on chnrgci from hen' to Ikiuisrilleon September ment should be permitted to exor-cb- e I'hey aiHl on the march. There ai-Christian county, Ky. She lived in his home in January last and walked hnve the ceremony performed by tho OKOKUK f. IOOT. that state until 25 tears ago, when she to Danville, III., to pay a visit to his auctioneer, who happened also to be a their discrutlou ns to the kind of of rioting. mam element of a llouliitiircr In lu.u. Id lo. the (i A. R. national encampmother, who still lives, at the ngo of magistrate. Iinn.ircd Friday in this citv, by the came here. ment. They will go via Indianapolis monpy thev shall receive on tho 1st Shocking Murder nnd Suicide. Fensioxh were issued as follows: In117. Alter a short visit with her ho men bcrs of tho Chicago Music Trade n latinagp Sermon, IIaihiM iftiMo.Mi nr lloTtirtiti n haa ami w til bo In command of Cen. Lew and rth of ctury mouth, SiiM.nr. la., Aug. 13. Mrs. Their banner will be iu of tli cm would urely demund gold, Krtiwcr. wife of a prosperous Wllhelm a 'i union, i iieir stores were nioscu Nf.tv Yoiik, Aug. 12, Owing to the started to walk to Washington, D. C,-t- crease, Stephen II. Hicks, Cove Dale, bftBitht and rresented tithe lnirro Wallace farmer, I - ' iy afternoon nt o'clock the hour sec about bis pension. Having sat-- . Lewis county. Original widow, etc., Lew Wallace Veteran Hit- - nnd thus the gold reserve would soon whoso place Is two miles recent sad liereaveincnt of Rev. DcWitt 'thoosefl litnl'l ttnisure, consisting of scribed;Inillaiin." southwest ol be wilted out. It is' estimated that here, acrovs the Pottawattamie county I i he funeral Tnlmago he did not prepare a ser- Isfactorily ndjustcd tho matter, he re- Margaret Studier, Newport; minor of MMer nrtli'lca whict. were hhtileii talion, lerU C. ISqurland, Marlon, Critten915,000.011') n year la paid out of the line, wa from thu mon for Sunday, tho second time ho turned on foot. He left Centervlllo on Joseph 'hefrliyope ImlUiiit Man I'ndrr Arrrsl. shot nnd beaten to death by I'rnirrtinl losnraiioe. February 12 and arrived In Washing den. 'treasury for salaries In Washington. her nephew, Herman Hohaupt, aged luvoii till-Tof l'ouip?ii flu one of thn V Y., Aug 10 has failed in his ministerial career, cov.Mayor Coirtttrn. ) , Aug. 10. Iiisu'rmco ton In May; The successful revival meetings at tnic.a is ttctui IimI a dunce of dcutll. Commistiiiuer llahu linsauthorli'cd the If theo clerks who loe gold should is, who hai. been working ns a hired has received the following dls- ering more than 40 years, to address on Kingston closed. be guide b the precedent set by Tha Cruller Columbia. Tho .fiusre h.vliig refused to tnv unsocial Ion of the Catholic Knights of hand for the Krugers. After commit- pa', h "Lyon. N Y.. Aug. S. Havi Sunday a congregation from the pulpit A rtto bear is said to have been seen New Yoiik. Aug. 13. Monday after Morion the joke would probably ting the bloody deed, the erarcd young In in T Scbiller. nilcg'cd Red Mar. or through the press. $IOO.OfX) for Hie find, the Huston mil-- t America to do an tiisurunce businesln noon tho big united States cruiser near Crofton. cum nf flue arts fiend biilook himself to it neighboring - hi Rraztl, Ind, arrested for obtain-i- n i trring to buy it, this state. Fraternal orgatiiitions do- lc ou tho secretary of ugrleultuie. Ilnrtuii r.iinlljr llruninn. Mt. Steiilino police aro still carryColumbia, which recently raced across when linron dc lluthschlld stopped in. ing an Insurance' business will cornfield, where he eut lit throat with money under falo pretenses. Lu-- t A Itallln Wit It Outlaws. Mitch km, Ind., Aug. 12. The twenty-f- tho west bound course of tho Atlantic, ing on tho war of extermination a raror, Indicting a wound which musl .i It. Clark ihief of Records, Canon-lut- irst a report of their business to tile Tunny. ().'.. Aug. 12. Ren Craven nnnual reunion of tho MntiK than thirtx mrti and women llrido HI" It Is asserted that family will bo held Thursday, Rurton was tloated iuto the dry dock at the against the canine population. have resulted iu nlmost Immediate with the commissioner. and Rill Crittenden, the lutter a August Rrooklyn navy yard. The vessel was Ricycu: meetings are being held in ero mnrdercil iu the city of .San dentil. ,N' iiler has reaped n harvest from the 29, at tho Rurton cemetery, two nnd viewed by many naval olllcers Mon Cherokee, two of the most desInnearly all tho Kentucky towns. jVunohvco lit the twelve uioutht ending t'ifd n lliiti'lf-- r Knlfi-- . I .il Red Men. who believed his talo of one-hamiles southwest of Mitchell day, and Tuesday she will be exam- - deed, It would seem as if thu wheel if perate men In the territory, who wore IMUion Hound Oter. liooNvitti:, Ind., Aug. 10. Mat. Ausullli Jinie this i ear Sfveral of these m e a ho seemed to ro familiar with Addresses will bo make by Dr. T. T. nrrested by Marshal Nix u few days Wii.usmstown, Ky Aug- - 13.. Tin t workings of the order. ned by the board of examiners from to supersede dancing and buggy rides urtfl decided to he cases of jilstltlnlile tin, a butcher of TolkOinvllIc. com- ago and placed in jail here, escaped Raton, of Louisville. Ky.; Hon. Will Washington to ascertain If her keel by moonlight. preliminary trial of Dr. A. (5. Klliston. homtclile, Injt in twenty-sevecases mitted suicide by ktiibbln' himself iu Cumback, of (Jrcensburg, Ind., and has been warped by the distribution tho prison at no curly hour Sun- for the killing of Druggist R. A. A snoitT time ago in Wayne county Kill. I With a lUtchrt. the coronor'a jury returned n ten'ici l the throat with a butcher knife. Tho from Ind., Aug. 10. Lata others. of weight. at Klliston Station, this county, Louis Coffey shot and killed Isaac llur-nctcause i Mippord to have been tho se- day morning by sawing tho bars. wUfiiinurdcr. l'ur these twcnU-ki'tcA tiosse of twenty men were organThe lloly Kxhuniril. .was concluded here Monday, tho de- inlay evening Doc Swango, a pen- Recently Rurnett's Decided In laior of IValifeck I.odg . lutrrcrx null four pen ons lime so far vere pain from a sore leg. Mii)nr.r.iioiio, Ky., Aug. 12. Carrie ized and started after the fugitive. fendant being held over to the grand iucr, while under the inlluenco ol Chicago, Aug. 13. Judge Rrcntano, daughter eloped lth Coffey and mar'"'been punlkhcd hy law, mid these four II ntli of Pint Stevens. They wero overtaken nt noon and u jury iu tho sum of 815,000 bond. Col. itior went to tho homo of Frank Slaughter, aged 10, colored, died and In tho superior court Monday morning, ried htm. , hate1 esowped with terms of imprison. Stephens, battle ensued, In which Craven was W. C. P. Hrcckinrldgo wns counsel foi Marks, his nephew, nnd began nbuslng was burled three weeks ago. No min- gave Waldeck lodge, Knights of PythColTMl nr..v,Aug. 10. ment. Pensions were issued the other day killed. Crittenden mado his escape. I.LI), Ph D . professor of Kugllsh M . the defendant, nnd Iarks arid her children. This en-- r ister could be secured to preach the ias, authority to uso tho German lan as follows: Original James W. Ilran-har(Nh.j Jii.tra A Tavuiii, whose death This week Rev. Thomnsou. guage In Its ritual. An Injunction reanil literature In the Unhcrslty ed Marks, who grabbed a hatchet funeral. W.W. Diekeraon for tho prosecution. ' Clifford, Lawrence county; John Veteran Journalist Demi. Tltt Mum phis, .Ten n., ii tiunouuced, win of Copcnhngcn, died hero Krldny si i strticic swango a frightful hlow on of Richmond, oame. Tho body was ex straining tho Grand lodge from further IV. Cross, Ruchanan, Lawrence. Sup Sax Fiu.cico, Aug. la. Frank M. onf!' oillrd to preside nt n convention Prisoner Wnlk Out. tho head, from tho offects of which tho 'nieU, the funeral preached nnd tho Interfering with Wnldcck lodge, be plementalWilliam Roost. Partln. .Sinner Tortile ('ntliollu llnlserally. I'Kley, the eternu Jouriinllsg died nt yi'tiiiit'atiite. The gutherlnjr wua I Hell; Willis reDurled. loiy bounded mnn died ahortly nfterwni-,1- . using-th- e ;ausc Its members persist in Hancock, Henderson. In Lkximoio.n, Ky., Aug. 13. Date IrWahiiinotox, Aug. la Tho Catholic 10:30 Sunday night, lie bad Ween ailntid dUordcrly. nnd for n time Marks wns nrrested. and Is now" in German language during aeirvlcea In I crease John rtmUh aUaa John mrr mi on Ills Farm. nr to win, Wm. Puckett nnd Oca Aeburi bustiiuia waattitaui'atill. At length linUcrfclty has received a donation of ing for some tlmo but wns tliyu'litl'i.x-le- esciied from jail hero Sunday night Jail. Sr.uoKNr, .Ky., Aug. 12. Dolpbus the lodge room, was made permanent Henderson. Reissue William Peed, whliplng out n huge revolver. Col. i2,.W0 frnin M. L. llutTcr, of Paris, to be on the road to recovery. Mr, Grussy Lick, Montgomery; Thomas Ilukey, a jlarmer near the mouth of Instantly Killed hy Cars. Jailer l'o well allowed them to rema U seriously 111 at Ibcir home. Search for Howard I'leliel'i Kemalni. Tulnr l.ild it on the desk In fiont of be added to tho library fund. Dkcatuii, hub, Aug. 10. Henry Sin- Forked creek, Ferry county, has lately lu the corridor owing to the h Looancpobt, Ind., Aug. 13. Frank Embry, Cnnoyvllle, Grayson; Thomas him an I stated that lie proposed to New Ohio I'ost OHIO' Church l)ctro)cd liy li.glitnlng weather, and leaving tho outer doi'i gle, a boy nbout 10 years old, was run discovered u rich silver mine on his I. Geyer, a Philadelphia detective, Is J. King Chilcsburg, Fayette. Origkeep tho pence. As his repuf iliou na : W moiinotov, Aug. in -- A new post ho KfNT. O, Aug. Methodist unlocked the prisoners walked out down by a Toledo, St, Louis .t Kansas farm. Great excitement prevails and here searching for tho remains of inal Widows, etc. Mary L. Adklns, good shot waa know u throughout olllcc has been established at (irlbicr, church at Sterling was struck by Puckett Is tho man who shot and bad Uty through freight train, near thu further investigation will be made. It Howard l'ictzel, nn alleged Holmes Virgle, I'ike; Sarah Kldridgc, Kettle, th convention from that time Williams county. O, with James J. lightning ami burned Sunday after- ly wounded Sheriff James West soun city, nud almost instantly killed. Ills U said that silver In paying quantities Reissue -- Mary Etna victim. Ho claims the boy was killod Cumberland. was harmonious. flrlsleraa postmaster. Poole, Erving, Fleming. noon. can uo lounu parcnt.s reside here. time ngo. Asbury v. tin lu for theft burled here in a trunk. and Jepiitha Peaiipox, a farmer who rellunihif; rieron Society. Victims nf ht Cnllap.pd llnllitliic Senator liiiidsn)' Clinnee. Shipping Morses to llurop'. Appointments by tha OoTarnor. Dm Siii.i.iuin .1 WKsn.v, the governsided at Hnrrlsland, Franklin county, O.i Struck nt I.osnnli die Elm oop, Ind., Aug. 12. A homing Nkw Yon u, Aug 10. All nlirht Fri Pit t..K tour, Ky., Aug.K). Thoro la a Indianapolis, Intl., Aug. 13. Gov. died the other day from the effects of ment agent in Alaska states that thero W.uisnir, Ind.. Aug. 12. Herman . LosASTvn.i.n. Ind,, Aug. 13.- - liashsi pigeon society, composed of fifty memarc now '.oo head In tho reindeer herds sensational story circulated In InsMe Wolf, of this city, will this week ship been struck hero and from some un day night by the tlaring light from the bers nnd owning nearly 1,000 birds Matthews has appointed the following n wound Indicted by himself with suipasolluc lamps the gangs of men who circlca that Cleveland decided soms i'pO line horses, ehlellj draft, delcgntcs to represent Indiana nt the cidal intent several days ago. He was of that territory. Tho domes! n'ntinii from New orf.00 of which nro trained, has ignited und biirn.-.Mexican exposition, which is to open has proved u nuccess and will lie likely time ago, in thn event of Justice Jack York to tno Hamburg (Germany) nvoidable cause it ground. Fortunate were clearing away tho ruins worked ganized In this city, with Mr lecn I'iggolt next April and continue six mouths: despondent over the recent death of the derrick to the to onlrlhuto largely Jo the ili'ielop-nieii- t son's death, to appoint Senator Llud tmirkcl. HursVM'nrc so 1qv i(. pr,ico ly uo one was burned or hurt Th In the shattered building. The list ol as president, Joseph Ilriiuch, his wife and gavo this as the cause of tho missing has grown, so thnt alJas. Studebaker, Georgo Ford and of Ataskn'N Interior. Thn rich say, or Kentucky, to 111! the place ntid here now that they can bo evnortetl at opens his rash act. Wm. Kromcs, secrctnry; Join another great gas Held for in though seven bodlci havo beer- rccoy. tin I Carlisle in line for tho presidency a fair .profit. ' Rlrdsell, South llend; John II. mines o( the YiiIioii ruer are located by The death of Dr. Clifford Hudson, of dluna Everything is excitement here ered, eight men aro still missing. Tho Colllr, treasurer, und John Tnrpcy, Rass, Ft, Wayne j Ralph II, Hemlngray, ", electing him In Ltndsuy'a place. .100 uiilea across u dekolutc' country. Covington, is attributed to tho exces- seventh body taken from the ruin wns racing secretary. The society will u Muticic; John J. Cooper nnd Volney 1. slvo uso of cigarettes. The Cincinnati on Patrol Duly. The only practicable way of getting Tho Soarroht VII. sending birds to Pittsburgh Mon- Malott, Indianapolis; Jamea II. Untight a Telephone Kxt'hango. uncovered by tho workmen shortly Mippllcft across this waste Is hy tha Nkwpoiit. U. lyAtig. li The cruis(IiiKiiM'U'l.n, hid., Aug. 10 Ky the At ML Sterling Henry Reynolds, a HtiNTiNOTON, Ind., Aug. 1.1 C. I' s after 11 o'clock Friday night. It was day, and dully thereafter, ami tho lied ford; Francis J. Reltz and mid Indian cur falling of a scalTold I'rlday nt n now er Cincinnati has been detached from Ncal, rcindocr. boy was shot and killed by chancellor commander of the h Ihat-'o-f Augustus Phillips, tho truck speed attained hy the bird carefully Renjamln Vonhehren, Evausvllle; John ricia have provod entirely InAileouiitc. Christian church Gilbert Clayton was tho North American squadron, rind or of P. of Indiana; C. N. Zion and l'hd who claimed Ila driver, whoso horse nnd truck bad been noted. Illnls will also bo sent to Cin- F. Jloggs and G. W. ltennett, Terre John tho wirings, a farmer, too Intimate Sainctlilug in rorublo will bo likely to probably fatally Injured nnd tlcorgo ders weio ghon her to proceed to Key Alder, all of Lebanon, this stato, havo boy had been found in tho street outside, the build- cinnati nud Chicago, and also Indian- Haute: Georgo Pence. Columbus; Wal that bo. heard u the nrnr future from tha Smith severely bruised by falling West, to relievo tho cruiser "Atlanta, purchased tho Phoenix Telephone Ex ing Hawkiugs will be apolis, nnd young birds will be sent ter Evans, Noblcsvllle; Renjamln Star, with his wife. after the crash nud who wns now stationed there. Yukon river mlnos. bricks. with the trained ones to he trained. lynched If caught Richmond. to havo perished, change of this city. liowr.lMi Giieen has a barber who Ilunkoed a farmer, ii He IVaa llnnrnpcl. I'ntally Hurt by Iilchtnlug. Tin: scheme of the Mexican govern' Illitatlined Miner Meet. Fenco In Spring Valley. shaves people on Sunday because all Ind., Aug. 12- .- Two stranAn Old Soldier Suicide. Coi.ujriur, 0,, Aug. 10. Wm. Clark, Nkvada, Mo., Aug. 10. -- Lightning niont to promoto n' great Immlgrutli l I'lTTsnunoil, Aug. 13. Twenty dele other barbers do, but he n conscience-stricke- n Piiixciiio.v. III., Aug. 12. The situaCAMr Douot.A8, Wis., Aug. 13. hil-tip who came up rom' Cincinnati to get gers called on Clayton Mallory. a promnf Irishmen to Mexico is attracting struck tho big four-stormill of flraves tion was quiet iu Spring Valley Sungates represuntiug tho miners emand proposes to give his profits Skinner, of Troop II, Seventieth his boys, who aro under sentence for inent Steuben county farmer. Ono of ployed In the thirty-fourtmuch attention just now. It Is pro- ,t Ambros Friday nftcrnoon, damaging day nnd the shaftH will bo operated pool mines United States cavalry, who has been in burglary in Lawrence county nud pa- tho men Introduced himself ns Ilyron mot in convention hero Monday. Tho to the King' Daughters or some other posed not oniy to glvo them nil tho It badly. Jnmea Perry anil Thomas Monday. Tho colored police men nro president of the Rrnnch miners represented are without the organization. land they can cultivate, hut to defray Jackson wero fatally hurt nud three itlll op duty. Many Italians aro cur- the service about .10 years, commit'. J roled from tho stato prison nt tho man Spoffprd, Savings baiiK, SurEliIXTE.viiEXT of Public Instrucand with tins tulcldo Monday morning by ehootiug tigers' meeting this week, brought County their expenses from the tlma thoy other men seriously Injured, nntlounl organization and are dissatis- tion rently reported to havo left tho himself through tho heart. with him S.1M). After tha board had foiuml Introduction entered into nego- fied with tho terms of the recent com- fcccoTidThompson is hnvlug printed a leave Ireland until they are landed ou that arrests on a largo scale edition of tho school laws for Iron Foundry lliirneil. granted tho paroles ho went up town tiations for thu purchase of Mallorj's promise adjustment of wages in the this side. I'resubjHt Diar, If thfl proA New lUllrond lu Kentucky to be made. WAntlKN, Masa, Aug. Id The whole tie und in some kind of a gambling scheme farm. The purchaso price was fiually Pittsburgh district. Tho morning sev dlstilbuliou. ject Is not Interfered with by tho lirlt-liIlliooKSVll.l.K,Ky.,Aug. 1.1 At a me agreed upon nnd .Mallory produced a Two hundred acres of tobacco were Ilarn nnd Content Hunted. government, wbl send a comtuls-hlone- of thn Iron foundry of tho ICuowlcs Ing of citizens hero a stock company lost all of his money, and could not till box containing thu ubstract ol loti was occupied In effecting uu or- destroyed by u cloudburst ttlilch visited Waiiahii, Ind., Aug. 12. Jesse Kunz, Put up the 925 forfeiture fund, reouired to pick out the cream stamping works was burned Friday to Ireland wus organised and sufficient stock s" J In each case. The boys were held un- title, und iu which was also 91,000 in irnulzatlon and passing ou credentials. the Pcllvlllu neighborhood, iu Hanof tho country for iottlera and to fully eyenlug. One pattern lion mi adjoining near Wabash, lost su.ooo by tho burn-npaper money The two men assaulted Among thoso applying for Hdinlsslon lo Insure, thu of his barn. Eighteen hundred railroad from building oftoa afull gnufe til Friday morning, wncn Clark man- t Mallory, und beating him into uncon- were the otllcial of the miners' union, cock county. ndtcrtlso the opportunities offered to was nlso fjurncd, with all the patterns. point in heed to raise the nccossary 950 and Jef this place CiiAHt.Es Rotu, who took laudanum bushels of grain, tlireo cairn nnd some tersecting tho Industrious sons of Erin In thi Tho loss Is estimated at $175,000, the C. & 0. railroad at V lUs--I with bis boys for Cincinnati on the sciousness disappeared with the box l'hlswas refused, however, much to al t.cxlnptnn, t dead. bogs were consumed. by Insurance, ''. und money. a recubllu- the chagrin of the offlolala. noon train, burg, a distance of eight rolls. liMO, 'lYii.iMtcTir,rVrf!Wfl th7iroraiiuttpw5;lfBtJJili mul ended July or i, Tlio lls. who total excimnuc. iiectilatlim haa been mnro nueceaa fill In cotton than In any other product iltirliijf tho pat week nnil haa lifted ini- - rnio - tt wemHSssmimus inncral tween whites nnd bh cU which enmo Wt "te latej""ni;iiui.ioii in tne Joekann Associate Justice . " ' nenr jtcrtnlnatltig; ,erl0uajeoccurred HCI .Nashville, .Sumiuy after-LJt'hem Sundny nlghL"TIiijnH5nblorlg, owing, lo the widely rcattcred Inn tod over n report glvcrTrmt ntnboul Potions of aim members and olllcers I 0 . thn .n-.... . o'clock nt all the cojUkl chnj-din ... to the clfect that n croy5Vf - whTlc : ! W niOdn iviin --t.iurt necessarily hnve I -,.!. - llj "siiii"' " nuiiung were going to lynulvjAthuf Tnitlc, l let been .ln,.l.l.l who Is being tried here for.tbe murder Jftitif Justice Kul'ler Is at his summer of Policeman Vickera laal ,Jfuy. The JDPn lv4B.H.fek n?ices""""no. ue., nun tno nsmciate Negroes to OJJ marched of nrc scattered over the country to the iniLlmiaro thoy remained" l6r tho Atlantic to the Pacific It Is eovcrul houra. They were armed with' PJjprobahle, therefore, that there will pistols and guns. Mayor uray- Woro than two or three of tin, jus'-Hi" Neurons, usstirlntr them - in uiieniinncc. Allot them huVe ' " that there was no danger of ijnclilii&Uwtn ndvlfcd of the death of thsli .in, uLii;iii,' kiieui iu oioprao. J(nto, by Tompkins, as-hlii-rlf- t McArthur andStsiVirWjnatoji IJ5-- lo ,n0 marshalxif thoconrt, nndJ lawyers alo urgcd.Uio JbWF go will doubtless notify her of their awny. telling thorn tWro wpfcio occa- InVtitlons in fhn ttiniite a,,..... i sion for their conduct. jrt no responses have been received .iiulgo llrown, who is hold)nfP,eyur any of them. Marshal Wright, untitled tho Noirroe that tltcVsVtl f$n Istathla borne In LouUvlllo,. pf!a will vlolnllng tho law, thatlutt'o tvia wf ' It nil thn fnn,-n- t tliiL- - n fair trial, nnd that hn ivotibl lie 'jr'cnlatlons os. to IK, anccess'lon1, .u-..- llroacHI , Itlolrr Arrektr.l. ' Winhtiix, N. C, Aug..,-Arlbt.ije- !jnlot!.-(Wr1-J ,t "" !., ssiiimitox, Aug. J SUCCESSOR.. M hn mil sorrr.l w A A..ocl- - UEVOLT Platform Adopt, ABROAD. Main aDn. Apalnst It the Drain I'pon Anti-Sllvo- p .... nln-...- cd by Iowa Democrats. Ho. I'opnll.i . ... Is llrllrvril .Many Ilemnrrali Will Vola iickM-T- he riinlrman ,.f thn llrinnrralle Vrrti Mlvrr Cnninilt- Ipp Mrltra ail 0mii liirr. d r ra at a s.l Ohaiu, Neb., Aug. to tho Morld-Ileralfrom various points In Iowa Indicate a revolt against tho r platform nrinnt. ed by the Iowa democratic state con vention at Marahalltown last week. It Is believed hy some observers that many democrats will vote the populist ticket and that olhcra will not vote nt alL At Council Huffs two members of thcennnlv.-nm- . mlttee. among them V. II. Ware, representative of that county In the legis nntl-sllvc- Wasiiixoto.v, Aug. 13. Tho drain upon tho gold reserve of the treasury af tho United taW foreshadownd In these dispatches for some tlmo past, lecmed to have begun In earnest Monday when the officials wero ndvlacd of the withdrawal of 91,050,000 from th at New York for exnnrt. The condition of affairs has occasioned much speculation of the meana tho administration will employ to malntnln the gold reserve, should the probabU Hip Jlearrvn arrin. to Ha In l.'arnrtf. KENTUCKY JSTATE NEWS. as yet. Several thousand square miles of tho very finest canncl and bituminous' coal land Is Ivlni? valueless because of tho distance ol tho greatest modern old to civilization; It is good news to Kcntucklans thai the long deferred awakening for al hast a portion of the mountains Is ap Titr. coal field of Kastern Kentucky have scarcely been touched by s rail-road- lature, nave resigned their positions, refusing to act with the party under tho circumstances, though declaring nmj vm hot, bct. wiui ony other party. "'1 t U aald.that the entire com mlttee withdrawals reduce It below th amount which It Is deemed necessary for the government to hold. It can be stated that as between another lssu of bonds and the calling of an extra session of Conirress that tho formei will bo resorted to. Monday's withdrawals were tho larif est on rtny one day since tho contract wait tne Uclmont-Morga- n syndicate went Into effect last February. Thet reduced the gold In the treasury to , 5ioi,ji.r.-(ii,jor a loss. of. more than from, tho. highest point iru.icillllg. Tin: Watts steel nnd Iron avndlenle. of MIddlcsboro, have made another It. percent, raise In tho wages of, employes. It Is tho largest baste sleel plant In greater than for many years. Dn IlAiiVKr, of Louisville, refused to dedicate n church at Panola, because the people had turned the celebration Into a'hollday. , Foun hundred and ninety confeder- ate soldiers sleep beneath the' farm of uenry liottom.on the alteol th il'er- -Tiuo unuieuold. tr.W.' Mm Mekckii county's crop of apples Is the south. "' d n n .",..,, -- ,, n' "Phn""" J. u.t kutt y i nn e ar-ter- - - 1 s,. d g lire-me- CiiAiii-oTlK- g pt . iniM-qult- - nni(Ttit.t to-da- "i"i ' .Mi-uu- 1 rj a &vssm aL; ITT V" r y? l 1 pJt a, ' s , nlne-teutl- is 1 v f- 1 e half-bree- d lf ..- - n Dick-erso- n t. (k-o- c i '! -- u i;.-T- Ten-netac- c, l Hen-jaml- n bo-gi- 1 Wll-lar- )og-lrd- a Lai-oiit- y -P- h city,-fenrin- g b r - cov-cre- rJpanish-AuierJca- iaam4WsTOM fsffggWAs tffvnnttr - ...iV.s. AUb.';V wvtswwwitjia . 1Va'frKi,ti:t,iKtes 4 . Ti'TaWiaMarjav m , - 4sfc--Ja- l .r. mrm sfsyg'.' p! Itr: ..it ei . . r " s A t4a- ts .. ' -- l.t - '3 :IUV4MMMJmfAM'4MM J ' ' . 5 m X V T s MniMnMMi The crowd at Fulton Friday was On the subject of pauper comiIocs uud things large. Sonntor Blackburn was the HICKMAN, KYn Ono of tlio iolnt dobntcs tlmt 1h ties and witness government of center of gravity; but Hou. KT. to tuko plnco between Ilnnlitintiil belonging to tho Mtiyilelil Kentucky tho Louisville Commer- Tylor, nomlueo for llentenant.gov nt AUR. 10, ISflS. Ilradlcy will bo held FRIDAY mistake of ernor; and Maj. II. S. Ilnle, noiol-neon August tbo Jlst In tlio court cial mndo tho serious for socrotary of State, were tlio reports of tho Thin will bo ho only ons imagining that iwm w 10 00 15 6 15 CO U mi imi-i- I n I hi li THE HICKMAN COURIER, DEMOCRATS MUST UK IX THE A STATE ISSUE. THE FULTON SPEAKING. LnerUee, ItAKS FinilTlXfl. 2 abb Sals! i" Lyle, J T Mr. o Fulton Circuit Court. '- -J 01 2ft house. 3 60 ttlsttict, Auditor of State wero scaled there also and mnde speeches. R, A MHelitll, Ail(tnee, rielnillT, held in this CO V are .lhorlied io annouaee T. J. Ef our nomlneo for Now T. II. Johnwin, Truilee, Ac , will be looked to books. Somethings there nro in Judge Kobblns, 644 70 eendldal far Cut Senator nnd of courao it Moan M Nii, MB acalml wna iuvitcd to n.l Com- represontutive, 4 60 16 repreieat Urate. HUkmsn XichoWon, W M ate , I)'fU , with much interest nnd will bo them, however, which tho 12 apeak nnd did ao. IIu must have SioJJuH Count; Uak, ft th mil Orweral fount In Oliver, J It will havo mercial will not pnblish for they made n most excellent parti ... lo """"7.. lo, .". i'.. firlue .Vli.: lYConnill SJ V th action of tlie heard by thousands. IA lubjttl 635 89 I'rlddy. A K Utainerall party a tendency to atrciigtlion tlio two are commentaries on tbo methods speech, ns ouo of the nominees on u) ij.y.v 0f the Fultoo Circuit 218 14 Kohbluton, It A contending forcea mill weaken of Itepublicnu offlciula not tho StHtO ticket Sllld he Wished Court, In Ibe abote Hjletlcauir, twill Hoioof, 101 31 Fan iPBmieiiTATiVE. i the leaner one. The Third party Republican party Judge Kobblns would deliver that iell at l'ubtlo Auction, to the dnheit tIJ to the 16 25 Kulor, N '" h"A ,'uf ." ,l"!1' of people wore Ignored In these which is seoking to control the speech In every county lu the V''h, 1J0O Vfe ere eathtrlted lo announce Dr. S. W. tfcoll, W 0 on a DolLue an.l un.ler, Mr. I'ettlt Stale government. qtntr ; o.P T .1 Klinnre cal,d'; and 19 15 1, TEN, eflhli county, ai a candidate joint discussions 0 8rll.re, of three roonlhe for all mme In e - was 3 tOO Uiekmen end Fullon tsint to lelt out in mo cooi. Kenfor State Senator, announoed " tJtof Tw.mj.Bt. Dollan, in front M Siirpparl, M 0 There are 119 counties in Ken- Urn of the licit tucky ia democratic bv at least 4 00 Ihe Lower lloul tucky of which 81 gave majorities his candidacy, as did also Prof. w. w. MEADOWS' Sl'OBB, lo tba town r?olon, Siieucer IK) LfuUUture cf Kentucky, lubjecl lo the and by iniikinj; this vigor- for Cleveland, nnd 33 gave major-itie- a J. C. Speight for representative of FULTON, Fultoo County, Ky , bln-o- f tfoolk'U. Ileille II 10 f the Democratic yotrM al tli 2r,000 aoton StubblcAelil, r will gn ous oniiipnign Detuocrnta Fulton and Hickman counties ,dI( 0O 1' 3 00 primary election 8epl 7th, 1SD3. for Harrison. Smbtiteftild aud Koxr out and vole that have been rest2 2 Of tho 81 Democratic counties Up to Friday Prof. Speight was jg We r authorlied to aonounee MR. J C Jjay of Aug., 1895, Hiureon, AJ U 125 Tarry, I. a eandlilate lo ing in their hiding placea for years 30 contribute a net revenue to the tho only enndidate for represenia 5P.KI0HT, o( Cllntoo, .,.. ti. . II. t. .i.,l Miniloutnc from Jay lo day until the 67J66 Tarry, J rrpreaoat Hickman and Fullon rcno and the ticket will be ulecied by Stnto or $063,315.91. Of the 38 i.. i. ..i.... .. 6 00 Tod.l, F. II Lawtr Hoot of tt ntl a handsome majority. There was Uepubllcau counties only 2 lira la ,0n gold standard man, and the 'jee ,!JuC"pli',n. of th. fotiowin. notee 2 25 Turk, J W Kentucky, lublect lo llc never n time In the history or me 10 a revenue to the Stale Buyer iciiuwb iihu ucimi uhbiiuj; and aceouoti, aod the Judgment! remior Try Society arilsn of tka Ifernoarallc etr at thP atate alnee the war, that the Dem 19 on W J Wntelrid, treasury. They are tho counties Btiout vury uauiuiuuoij iui it nmio ed thereon, If any, without recoorto 8epl. lh, 185. primary elcllo 01 ocratic party did not have a clear of Christiau and Garrard, and metal man to run against him. t)r. roe a Trudee, or tatj enlnJ eiuit, Willlinch.m, W J 60 till -I Wllkere-P f cut majority of 50,000 until the their contribution was 811.400 Sam Luteu was picked on as ibe tli note! no" ia my hendt at Truinei 1136 While, L. C FACTS, MT BROTHERS. inauguration of the people's par- leas than 2 per cent, of tin total most nvialable, and he consetitjeil 1C70 July 7, '87, Batn'l and Louie IA 84 48 White, p W ft $ )UfiiwWr ty. That party took p.wny from 20 00 to run. and his announcement i WInelon, 0 D 3A7 00 uly 8 'W, J W Illy the JkJeffuraon, wlien Froaitlcnt, the Democrats about 25,000 votes revenue. counties under Demo appear In tho papers this w k. 600 Willing Workere Of tho eWJ Sni 17. "JO. (lantner Urae 500 00 nntnttllllfr llHK thfltl fi 000 2 00 ntopped tlto unlimited colhnge of ,iil r. MySept 2, 't$, J V Morrie 8. 8oa 688 30 William, II r cratic coveruuiont 41 per cent. This will Do a prctiy race. 21 J 76 Yountf, f C 'it Oil at. '90, V R Boy 4 Luteu is known porsousally to 6760-tMlvor. Wat he a JfiffArnntiinti from the Republicans, which left are solvent. 2(d) 7U IU T YoWft. J U contu ...... Hue democratic party in n ..... tto-- . 04 Of the coamlea undeft ReoubH-- . every man almoatju tho two cq . 670Mej 6, l0,9.8W Handla 6UI 05 VaShl, M U (J Ktana II. .lW. Ciin KovcruuiBui o iierAconi. aro Ilea and has a very engaging")-soualltyD21HI I flOO ml Mugkaeker, 09,10 Hut IX tH. flardaer nro 000 "stay at home" roles. Jle- - solvent. 2 0" In these respect ll.Wy, W W 272 oil uly tliiuigeil the coinage ratio. Was sidea, both tho other parlies are 31, '90, J W Ulylhe 3t6 some tho advantage of rTc'Abt 235 June M. 'SI. Curtla tllythe 16 fl'i Voune. Wm and Co. The financial eystom of Kenhe a Jnoksouinn democrat I all the time claiming the state, at tucky should be changed, radical- has Speight is a 10 ll Notm In hand of J 0 Flourooy allr. "D. 10. V T Carr. Ao But smarter "" nutl 2 000 00 by authority of the November election, which of ly, and each county mado to benr a better speaker; beside having 408J No 14, '1X1, T L rirliindina 4593 pjrler Urue. A Co. 40 J" 0770 J V Deeie courao has aroused the Demo- ita own expenses for witno.is fees, n more intimate fenowlaje of po(Note U0, overdrawn acCongress, stopped tlio unlimited HH 20I.M 4658 J PJackion count 09 crats to a realization of their record books, examining courts litical (incatlona. TlioLIef issue 91 f0 coinage of silver. Why, la he not duty and their danger, and they 448 60 6850 A N Rami J. '00. J W IUythe 100 15 lltodenon 21, W, Gardner Droe 079S a Jefteraonian-Jnoksodemocrat f uronose to bo In tho saddle rout- - and all other items uow the fruit- botwoon thorn la tho noney (;nes-lio- OtfCl June 2t), IK), Moee & Peoblee, 600 00 0808 J M Hall 100 On C9iH J K Aiik sourres of fraud. thcro are tn'nor matters ...... I. ..IwOluvotand, befnro ho was I.... iiiuu- ...... ,.!..., ....Ill .!... iiiiij fulltut tho differcono between tho whionbutwill stnbbo'nly exereiso t'i 40 uui'iinco, mini nil;,, nig , 0890 J C Adaiue alio Jan 25, '05, contract J M 36 00 W IllUnkln tho stale at the coming election Democratic net revenue of $952,-5- conaidorublo lulltieicc. MnyDeld 1&0 00 0911 nominated for President, in Moil & CW Fowler by nt least L'O.OOH msjoilty. They 18, 1)0, Mylbe , Mllner 600 00 Orerdrefn In haude of J. C. Fluurbey, from the Democratic counties Mirror. to a demand of the frco 300 00 attorne): OIHW Se pi lft, W, T C Parker can eatiily do thin, and by tlio 'i 09 leaders, published a letter titno n close canvass in mnde the nnd the Republican revenue of 47C3-- lfc 370 00 J 8 lloai 31, SO, Jacob White Oid'Pocpe. 1.190 nnd tho runt thnt of the 275 00 v7 01 II A Urowder 36KA .Sot W,'6 CO Willi which was printed in all tlio pa- bo.ia in tlio trcnplips will, to a 10 60 LTUrcwJir 33 Republican conutloa only two It, "JO, Ulythe. Mllner 177 16 pers of the United States, boldly nmn. be in lino ready for the fray. ure alilo to support tbemsolvcs, W V Ilurnett 10 0) uui 16, '00, IteU e. Wade Old peoplo who reqniro medi73 t: 1000 00 Ilrre J A Latta declaring himself OPPOSED to We hope, that, not n Democrat, nro not circumstanced to warrnot cine to roKtilate tie bowels nnd M 40 00 4. will think of remaining nway from the people And the ale of all of nald auti will of Kentucky turning kidneys will find i truo remedy 4128 eb D) 3, 'BO. M 0 Vaurhl unlimited silver, nnd niter this tlio polls on tho day of election. JS 50 joonvey with limn, If any, ail Initftunlty C Vtilit 'W, 400 00 or eureiy tor men, or tuner oi mini, nnu these same silver democrats weut No army can expect to gain a vic- over the government of the State in Electric Hitters. This con- lull -- Feb 21. '00. J V Trier. &o and Rptiubllonn party. Coving. does not etimilate 600 00 will alio iell and 6025 Auf 19. 90, Uarduer Urol trnifer the following Into the campaign ebonting and tory when a largo part of its sol- to the tains no whlskoy nor other Intox- 41J1 DeoVeO.l'UBlubblrttoldjr 30 00 lul'jtot lo Ibe tame condlliom; tou Commonwealth. aldiers ia lading about nslesp. SS 45 4501 -- W Tany 3391 April 21, W, Peter Carr, Ao voting for him. Who line chang209 00 icant, but note ns i tonic anil J : They must be in the ranks 18, 'bA, ed"? It acts mildly ou the 2"07 -J June Morrie 8 U lnmaa, Ao 6"0 00 OverdraMo 8 A Tany 1125, J W 600 00 6761to Attack ot Cholera Xorbn. terative. W Subject fieuton Tribune. Tany 673 63; Carr loiillulr, 139.40. stomach and bowels, adding WrTlie Kentucky Democratic Notei on which lull It landing Caldwell, 117 93; A II Fleming While elajtng In the tblta (MinJMlppl strength nnd giving tone to tho A Remarkable Care at Djoentrry. platform doclurod for sound mon200 00 A.428.12; J A llrrrlng, 68; J A llirinc Surea Itoltomi) lait eutnm'r, K. T. Mote, re pre organs, thereby a'diug natnrs in 3511-- Ed W6 OS A Co , 30.80; II. U, Murphy A Co , 351 79, ey by 037 to 332. Tho Bilveritoa John I'ottnon, of IStoul?lll, La, eectlng l.ndtow Saylor Wire Co., of gt. the performance of the functions. 4147 Doweri A Co 12.3 i; KlSiarkeS06 33. 181 12 OCIteatee.M'fr. Louie, midereJ from malaria and became Elcctrio Hitters is an excollont 41.M- -J E Bowere, (bal ) with DjJeolerr for e'i;1iteen jeara opposed and denounced this in Kalee No 4061, C II Brooke 07 60; No 420 70 4207 Carr loitllute aod trlrJ thrc of ibe tel iloctore lo New aubject lo attacte of cholera inurhua. In appetizer and aids digestion. 4208 Carr loilllal 3110 45 0829, W B Morrleoo, 106 4. No. fl9.il, M Convention. If it Is nn unlimited Orleana; alio half a doian or more palrul etere imtance when attacked he wae Note, 8 Hoienwater. 6000 00 s llardln, 200.00. aa If by maglo, by unlng Chamber- - Old people And it Just exactly 4679- -0 T Bo were silver platform, why did they op- uinllotnti. Vrrr lltlU relirr followr.1 A Chlpmaa 1000 00 66 00. what they need Price BO cents uoltl he tvrao utlnr CliamberlaloV Colic, lalo'e relic. Cholera and Ulurrnoea All of laid note, aceounte. oerrdraftv 2tMl 00 pose nnd douounco it then I Hceaye: "I recard It at the ne nor bottle at T. T. Swaysb'h 4702 J A Herring A Co Cholera anJ Diarrhoea Ktmeilr, three llaroioeriley A Caldwell C809 60000 anJ Judeneolo lo be eold er'ralely,anil pine ultra' of medicines." for (ate by Drug Store. VEvury civilized, enlightened', doten of whloh effccteJ a permane ul cure T. T.Swayne, Drufgiit. 260 00 traniferred br tnJoMimeat without re A Chlpm.ti Ctirtatiuu ualiou lo the world, line For tale br T T. Swayxe Pruitit. 000 00 courie on roe or aald eilaie. upon tba C903 Fleming A Chliiman AHOUT SECOND 61)3211 0 Murphy A Co WHAT 1 KNOW 810 00 payment lo me In rath of alt earn of abandoned the unlimited coiuago Dollar! or leee, or the eloTIIEX GOOD OLD TIMES. W Boyd A Co., 4000 00 Twenty-Fir- e THE SITUATION. CHOP POTATOES. or silver. This is a fact, my broth20.120 cution of bondi with appro! etcuritr, C979- -J A JlerTlnr. A Caldwell 600 00 payable In three month! lo me, with The Republicans oT tho Stnto er. The situation iu Kentucky Is Editor Courier: from da'e for allium! In caret of 250 00 6718 -- A J Klrklathl sny they want to got into power just this: Whatovcr may or may A number ol niy farming frltnJl, villi- aWOoly Ohinn, Japan, Mexico 600 00 Twenty Fife Dollara, laid bondi to hare 6795 llammerily A Caldwell All 18 ihe force and effect of a Judgment, on nnd other like countries, coin ail-- r so that they may go back to the not have been tho position of the In the lait month, baee mnde lo'iarrtee 077 -J W Morrie A Son crop ' 820 09 which eitcutloa toar lnue if not taid at Democracy on the about my method of growing ncood gen- C8K- 0niilituitedly. Which oftheso good old times neatly thirty years Kentucky K2t) 07 maturity. 4074 polatoca. Hence (hie writing ai a 820 OT ' countries will yon have the United ngo wrheu they hod charge of af- Quancin! question iu the past, tho eral anawnr lo ihMa nueriei I diCiiItilT 4376 T. H. JOHNSON, 107 60 fairs. Now let us 6oo what some pnrty has clearly defined what that prrfer the Tenneeiei Triumph lo tay olher 6960 kSEJ.llnp States to sang witlit Truilee. Notts on whlth judemenl haa been Cleveland any that the of these good old times wero Hint position is now. It believes iu variety to plant for eicond crop, a it and a return ol ''tin Properly" hadt Bncklin'o Arnica Salvo. money ol the United States is now they nro Inclined to boast of. bimetallism, real bimetallism, lu eeemi lo aprout moro reaJily after slant 2393 Baiiell Son 300 00 vtriety 2051 118 73 ' The Ileit Salre in lb world for Cula, good, and by tho eternal it shall Then tho schools wero taught, which gold and silver will clrcu Inf. in Auguit than any o'ber . . with which am familiar. 80 75 Druli. Sorft, Uloera, Hi Rheuiu. Fetir 2909 Neelr & Johneon bhibeli Crat Miremain so. He wants to hold lwhen taught at all, three months late aide by side, dollar for dollar. Thle aeaaon e.rtw frmii 17to. 78 60 Sorea. Telfr. Chapped linn It. ChliUaln. " l- J J tliKfir "(at.) a kwu, ljlJ canita of .CO Uwi I 4&C3 M 60 C'orni, and all Mlu Krupllone, aiu pot mvV lu i.lnl- ondcrep J. 103 luthili mrcAn(a4i r rtJ fMpv'ttm gMt, NI9 It V9 HVIfi or 70 cents iuid.n.ter lo each child, was paid 0 91 Itlftlr tnrre I'ilei. or no pay required II R Murphy (bat.) CS07 Oh, brother Democrat, hud you Tho houses in whioh those schools cd free coinage of silver, indepeu This, conoluiirely, conrjocee mi )! 6811 II K;Murphy 100 00 It cuaranleed to rite period titlfao. dont of international ngreouient, ibe tut ennerlorily of the 'eecond etop 6322-103 07iiou ur in onty rifuuded I'rioe 26 per not better stop and think, beforo were kept, uot taught, were such unless somebody can do what no- eeeJ. W,Itr Another valuable quality la tkat fiS7l L C While 90 10 boi. For at br T, T. SwiT.il. vote to make what so many miserable mnkoshifts thnt (hey body hnsyet dono, devise a means the crop taepe far into 1213 29 P TuckirA Uro, werc good spring wlihont iproullng. Potatoee r 3O0 00 C White of your fellow citizens think to bo' pons. not suited for the shoep whereby such a DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY. negro bimetallism could bo maintained tended for planting for eecond crop iWJ; gg;(i And tlicn 12S0 60 a dancerone exnerimout cheap schools, what ot them f If theso ntvtr oteiponed lo the direct rayiof.be CSfO- -J W Armilrong 20 00 international At a meeting of the Democratic Com HO 00 money I people had any bctooIb, they had without Tho platform is unambig eun About fonr yeare ag o, I dlioorired p OSjt W J Cblpmm and tlio the Imuienae euperioriljr of the POO 00 millet! of the flril 610 U utiarriion Abuse of Cleveland, Car- lo be nt tho oxpeuae of the poor uous on tho question, nnd the sV the table; for 11 SO tint LegiilatlTe PUtrict of Kentucky, ignorant negroes and with neither history of the platform's adoption elnce potato, both hate feed andgreat atny 0ST9- -I. C White A Co tried a that time I' lisle, the CouaiBB, or any other 400UO thle day htld In Ihe city of Clinton, Ky., 6907 Porter Uroe the help or lie fostering rare of being ropreienled by eeeotid method to gel a perfeot 109 34 all of the eounlie Democrat, don't auawer facte, their moro fortunate whito breth- is fresh in the minds of all. orop fiolatota with only aland of incceit. C9IP- -J K Fall ihe Chairman In peraon or partial Democrats should ncuuiosce in tlio The method siting beit reeulle wae te din Kotei unpild and Iniotfent, but not dr following proceeding! were by proiy, Ihe bail does it brolberl ren. wisdom of the majority in adopt- - the firit litcrid to T II Jobmou; aa eoon at th t inei lut. Thai a primary eltetloo be and th When tbo Republican pnrty had Ing that platform and at least and place crop potatoes for the eecond died. 2177 W E Slaydin These are facts, brother R9 B3 am la htriby callrd lo be held In etch crop the IV Kentucky cease their warfare on it, or they tilanllne in a ena. ehaJv cellar. Il.ru .'917 M M liulion 100 00 TOtlog prtclnct In Ihe three eouotlr that you must answer before your power in tlio State of the negro was not permitted iu should leavo a pnrty to which they remained undlelurbtii until plaotlnK 3lrJ3 T C Anderaoa 290JA0 comprliing the firet Senalorial dinrlct, conscience, your oountry, your court to testify iu bis own behalf. " 930 70 ami the Iwnoouoliie eoropoting lb Sril " Is oue of hos- lime, about Auguat lo. Tba groaod In- 3031 own 00 00 Kepreeentatlfe dlatrlet of Kentucky, on crop wat made aa fine n' 3043 T II Doat tended for God. He was denied this privilege un- their Thoattitude tility. subterfuge taken up flour, very thie SAJ 10 Ihe 7th day of September, 1895, between fertile, and free from rath T,l W ll tjlayden (bal.) til it was conferred upon him by as nu afterthought by somo of the 200 00 the knure of 8 a, m , and t p ra . at C Caldwell aud rnbblib of all kind. I marked tiul1 C720 Senatob Wm. Lindsay Is spot tho Democratic party of tho State. 2109 which primary eleitlon all pereona u trmen weeks after tho th furrow with a daring ehoril plow' 12, 07K1- -J E Hall (bat.) en of as a probable successor of Tii ere is scarcely a privilege held free silver 84 00 im lo eoti, who art known to the oOoiri adjourned that iodic deep, droppid the teed potiioei 0811 J I) HcOUlo by those people iu Kentucky that convention had freo Justice Jackson. 2109 to be Pemocrat and in affiliallon and J E Hall (bal.) J silver plat- (etery en barely eealped nt th to roarend) tho platform is a MOO ympaihy with the Pemooratia party, two immediately, ami I' Meuiaia AocoBDtNU to the Milan Hust- they tlid not obtuiu from the Dem- form, is ridiculous from whatever cbt dtep. Very eoteria if any, further 6S02- -J J E Thorn 10 00 a well a all young men who will bo 21 little, ler, the Ulntu Tennessee Concrcs-eiona- l ocratic party. How do tho color- point of view considered, nud can cultivation ia nrcemry, except lo work jreraofae,! at the nnl Noeimber on aeeonnt and who believe In the prlnolplti of district is to have three ed peoplo like going back to the only bring contempt on any man the line eoll Into th treoch as the potaou Overdrawn Miidirvl and IIwhloli for aMlgnce, the Democratic been parly, and who will agrre ciudhUtes for Oongrees J. 0 good old times promised by their silly enough or cowardly enough come up and adeanc In growth. a return had ol "Hu propirty found." they white prefer the Tenneeae Triumph to lo (upport th nomlneti of Ihie primary MuDerraan, Itico Pierce and Joe give upallies Do of thowant to to insist on it. Courier-Journa24 95 election and the nonilnott of thi Aterelt, C II Ptmo. any other variety I know, for aeoond crop their xart school Jones. 212 97 erarie party for hiaia offioti nt ibe llarrj, L planting. It oeririeed, and I think Ibia fund and depoud henceforth on 70 10 iWiiioo, LC eharaclerilllo eaniea It to aproul when elicllon, 1825. The members of the Order of themselvos for an education 1 Two Li73S Saved. 18 05 Uubuie, Ed primary other earlelie would not. It the effort 2nd That Ibe eol In aal Knights Templars throughout the Do they want to go back to more I6H3I election aball be by aecret ballot, but Ihe Eddlnga. ED of nature f reproluoe, which, in thli ts- United States are making grcnt than a quarter of a century and 100 60 name of each F.HW, J Mrs. Pltoelte Thomas, of Junc- ritty, can b don only rrom the tuber. voter shall be recorded 11 90 by th clerk In Hamlin, OR preparations for a colebration of have their rights taken from them! tion City, III., was told by her KU3TY CUsa lome lultable book pro83 00 vided by him for thatapurpote, and ll Holland, 8 U the triennial conclave of tho grand The uegro who wants to get back doctora she had Consumption and 23 00 ball b Iheduly of the reipeotlre candiHughee, J.N encampment iu Boston, August to tho good old times of Repub- that there was no liopo for her, 0 31 date The Kentucky Pross AssociaMurphy, It U to provide and furniih at eaoh 27, 2S nnd 29. It is predicted lican rule iu this Stuto Is u fool, hut two bottles Dr. King's New tion will convene in annual session 4 00 voting place lullable ballot on whloh Pmllb, II t) ' that from 25,000 to 30,000 uniform, whilo the white man who longs Discovery completely ourod her iu Ilopkinsvillo, Monday, Septem Sublet t t Hon, W W 49 10 hi full name aball be written or printed. ed Sir Knights will bo iu the pa- for Republican rule as It was anil slio Bays it saved her life. ber i!3rd, and hold a session of Workman, CO lo 70 Together with Ibe word ''For Senator-oIB 00 "For tlepreientallTe" abore it a the rade ou August 27. more than a quarter of a century Mr. Thoe. Kcgers, 139 Florida St. two days, leaving on Weduesdtiy, Wilton, U 8J W 4 00 eaie may be, and alull alio haee a blank Wilcox, ago is n back number. Mudisou-vlll- San Fransisco, suffered from a September 'J5th for a visit to 07 line with Ibe word "ror rJenatcr" or Walker, C N How long wil it take to shake dreadful cold, opproaoliiiiK con Lookout Mountain and tho Cotton Hustler. "For Itprintalle" abot It, a the the colored brother looso from sumption, tried without result Stntnu Kxiinnilinii nt Atlanta. ' or Oeerdrafl again! partita Iniolfiot, cae may be, upon whioh Ibe TOler may Ilia blind faith iu tho Republican whereabout unknown or claim eltjo tlini bought oue for niRLESOEKUKK ITEMS. writ the name of the candidal ovcrjtbiug party f A little reflection nnd the Do not be foolish enough q whom be dfilrn lo tot. Ho ballot (hill bottle 8 70 Darger, Henry exercise of honest judgmout will There nil! to an Icecream nipper at Mr. covery or Dr. iu King's New Dis- expend time, paper and postage name ba rejioltd on acoount of written two and 0 00 Ueoedlct, JC when show him that tho Democrats ot .Morrow'!, known n Ihe New Idlewild cured. Ho Is uatnrallyweeks wna lu answering advert sonierjte It roitllda for th offictri of OS thankful. IJ'ntJIet, Cor election to dttermin thi voter' choice. tho Southern Stales have uioro Hole), on Aug, 17lh. Krerybody inrlled which offer you something free. 1,S0H 05 It ilmll lw the duty of the election otlicer Ilrlltaln, Mr. J. It. Mn. Allco C'orum bai been rUillni; her It is such results, of whloh these Yon may rest assured that- Vm kindly feeling for hm, moro 3d 27 lo prg.lde all roler with tucb ballot nd lloai and Patrick won- aro sampler, that prove-th- e J. li. Moiler. for tit a mUfortuitoa and fjllier, Hainan, wile aud purlies to such advortioia.Bfttv W J 0 OB nrorfta halUl boar. In whloli name ahall Mr. rol family, more practical beucvolouco in his have been tUllliig J 11. Monlcr'a ilaugtiter dnrrui elllcaoy or thin uvedtelne in rely on yoar oreuullty to swindle 17 47 ba deposited by Ihe toler, Ibe ofOcera takII lioat. T Cou"li8 and Colds. Free trial you. want than tho Republicans of the 2S 40 ing care that bill one ballot aball be Ilodm, J T Mr. T. P. AyrB U down liaio liuntlni Yoa will sometimes seo an bottloa at T. T. awAYNK'B Drug W 4 05 by each roler. The oandidatei ovor exhibited. Hun and Gelling. North have advertisement of some missionary, Diooks, W TII 4 70 receiving '!;: Mc'iCHt number of voloa Ilrown, dreds of his colored brethren Mr A. J. Orrlon ie in our noigbbor-hoo- Utore. who In a heathen hind discovered 320 42 cad In aaid tirlmary eltctlon for the re- Butler, 8chr.l iiirteyinpt land. havo bcou driven Ironi woik nt a auro ouro for consumption, mil 3100 ipeatiee office!, iball be iltclared Ibu Darton.G W Mini THE LEVEE DISTRICT. Billing Vulley, III., on account of Pilunt, Minute tiummerii and Mie I.inda 10 Democratlo noinlnpei as he Is anxious to boucflt Ills felObburoe, Ueo for Benalor and of Hickman, epent laat Sunday at raoial huto, a thing that would bo Mr Monier'e. Oue boy wni made happy. Crane, Mania 0.00 Reprt'enUliee. from the Oral acnatorinl Tho commissioners of tho levee low man ho will send you the re10 40 and the Grit rrprcieolallve district C of Crow, J Impossible In the South, whilo The protracted meelinc Ml Ml. Manual district met nt Newborn Inst Mon- cipe freo. Did jrou ever tbluk 25 Kentucky, ai hrefler provided, Cullom K lioro iu Kentucky, whero whito wae. put off on account of Her. Vaughu'e day aud organized by olootiug 2 00 h. that if he wishes to benefit his Daeia. EM be the duly of the C'balr 3rd. It iball Democrats daily help tho colored wife being nick. 1 07 man of Ik Datidaon and fllaiicook Presi- feilowtnan ho could publish the Donaldson, of riipeotlte county cominlttiet Mr. Weinberger, poor, every town has its Hepubll Tlsltlug her Hon Joe. from Paducab, ia dent, aud II. 0.Tiptonville,of New- recipe to tho world. Why should 20 00 to appoint the officer connUting ol two Pel Veochar, J U Porter, 60 ludue aud a clerk, to hold aid primary can boss who carries tho colored Dodion, J A born, Secretary and Treasurer. ho spend from 8"0,000 to 100.000 10 tteotlon in each voting precinct iu their Uryidale, It L vote in his vest pocket. Uar- TnK St. Louis Exposition will The commissioners ordered nn advertisingaomothing free! Why 0 20 rmrocllTB eountie. Farlny, K C rodanurg Democrat. open this year ou Sept. 4th aud election for Tuosday, September not publish tho recipe at once M 60 00 Freeman, J 4b. It li all be th duly of th olneora 69 73 holding aid primary eleclion In eaoh 10, and Uxod the tax on land in so all would know bis wonderful Freeman, J V Tub mercantile reports and uloso Oot. 10th. & Mitchell 06 60 precinct after th pole are oloied lo remedy T Fight shy of such humFrtoman financial rovtews are still taking a Tub Covington Commonwealth the ovortlowed district at Cots 4 00 count the vote Fllldi. Met eait in thir reipectlve aauguluo view or the tiuuncial and says that when Hardin gets per acre, for this year. Dyers- - bugs. 3 60 totlni nreeinei and eertlfy the rtiuii Powltr and Farmtr uurg uazolto. business situation. Tho remark- through with Bradley, Petti t will 10 60 thereof to the chairman of the respective fox, Nelll Ed Portor Thompson, State 02 County commltleeii, and It (ball ba tlio able notlvlly In tho iron and steel thank his stars that tho fates wero oupertuieutiuui, writing to m Ounlnir, J t 413 83 duty of tbo clerk of ach voting prccluot markot oouiinuud during tbo past against his jilting iu tho jiut deTnK Padncah News remarks: school teacher lu Graves comity Oardnir Pro 12 00 la deliver, or tranamlt In anme way, un Green, J R week, with Mill further advances bate Somo of the democratic papers says: "it lias always been the .! If toialbl, lb iioll book and 23 0 drr Hardy, WW in prices nnd nn Increased demand. of the Btato are wasting a good ruling of tho office that very young 8 00 certlAoate of remit on or before Tueiday, Heroes, Mr. 3 1, Tub Cincinnati chamber of .Many plants that hud beon shut spaco in endeavor cutiureu suouiu not no oontined In Haywood, Mr deal of valuable 20 00 Ibe lUtu day or Heptemtier, IHUO. has appointed a committee Ing to convert tho colored voters down have resumed. In almost Ctb. It thall be the duly of tho Chair 3 48 Hagan, J II to cooperate with citizens of oth- of Kentucky to democracy. This school as much as six hours daily. 1 20 man of the renpeel4ve all manufacturing linos the condiTumuIt Cuuiiultteea Hamlin, U II er cities aud states iu an effort to is merely labor lost, as tho negroes The time for which thoy should to meet in Ihe City of Fultnn, at aome 6 00 iilek & JJurkhardt tions have improved. Improved bo confined cannot, of course, be W T 83 28 place lo be iletermined by them liereafter, Herring, trade is teportod from the turgor secure tho appropriation of 1,000,- aro not going to vote the deuio tleQuitely fixed but must be H 10 on Wednesday tho 11th day ol September, mn. C A oitios und along 000 for tho improvement of tho cratic ticket, and It is not particu by the teacher. 08 1895, ifnd count and compare Ihe voir of This apHouaton, EH Jtiver. the Ohio valley. Ouo feature of unio C4 37 Inrly desirable that thoy should plies to those from eight to teu aid Senatorial and Itepreientallvo di tlulaemau, J T 12 05 irlelaaa otrllfied to them, and luuo n cer- the week was the sottlomont of Hurt, Lluli The advertisement partakes do so. If tho domocratio voters years of age as well. The point ia 6 85 tlfioile of nomination lo Hie candidate liulion, M M Aft the miuo troubles in Western somewhat of tho character of a of tho stuto can only bo Induced that they should not bo kept 170 08 receiving the hlgbeit number of vole for llutaon, MoUlaln & Co. Pennsylvania, Ohio and Indiana. news item. From It tho people to do their duty, thoro will bo no either In the house or ut their 2 60 the rerpeotlv olllcei, In laid (eualorial llnielien V Iiy which it is estimated that the lenru that a new enterprise haa need of nuy missionary efforts books so long as to weary them 7 40 ana rti.reitniaiive uiiirici Jont, Heir of W M wages of nt least 100,000 mon will come into existence nnd that those among tho negroes. We have nil bodily or men tally. primary ia called under and 03 C 4 Olh. Thla Johnton, T In tho 4 18 according lo the uiagea of Ihe Democratlo Kennidy nod M. be increased October 1. Tho already established are still doing the voters needed to carry Ken ono room, ono tonchor, 08 24 parly and not under Ihe primary eltctlon C. Kennedy. tide of returning prosperity hits business. Tho modern ndvertfso-no- tucky for Wat Hiirdiii nnd tho country school," as yon say, it in 1870 la wi of Ktnlucky, Kolihl, II fairly set in und with the mem has dono inmo to acnuaint whole ticket. All that Is neces both practical und advlsablo that Tltoa, IJlltoit, r., Ch'm. 30 Kilgore, II ( splendid crops now approaching! tho public with the now fabrics sary is to wako tlio democrats up Hiinh children should huvo loni'or I,. II. Amir.KioN. 100 00 Knox, OS fruition the cry of hard times will that are produood and thoir tiall-t- and son that they go to tho polls j and more frequent rouosses than Lamb and Taylor J. D, Tavu. 21 ' ThUJuU25, 1895. oou be baulnhcil from tho land. I 00 tluuult other kin4a of literature, uud vote. older oue. LoeUw HI coiif-rosslaiiFnl-lo- rv. witi;iKim 1 MeFoddin, F Murlen, 0 W .Marllnclll A and 0 Mhchell. A T Milam, McDonald, A Mollonald, J 0 McDonald, VT and P Morrie, W II and Co. Motrle, Joo. W. and Don. Mom, II It Myrlck, J T IDoilefcir. DKPOSITUD WITH iJ 28 10 16 hM 00 2d 75 1C5 25 M Tlio Mutual Life Insurance Co., 000 15 75 n 1 compji-moutnr- ,,, e Comes back lo you or yours with more dollar nthled to il. no matter . I.. .!. tl!-..- . ri.. ..!.. in una vniiniiy uui umy ncuurcn how long VOll IIVC. A certain and miro tirotection for your loved onett in tlio event U youi early deal h, but aho provides a fund for your own use should , you need it in old age. Q STow Tqx$rp '.,. V. 11 Twenty-Fif- !. '' IT WUiIi PAY YOU Y irpr-en- lo invoatignte tlio plain of this Tht Jltst qf all the CbmiHinie, and ICI). K. KUjISON, Agent, will nid you in any inventlKation that you may wioh to initke. 1 ( V M- HARDWARE, B. QUEENSWARE, Iiliut - con-tributc- d I Shaw, SADDLERY, HARNESS, 1 o, Staple aad Faacy Srocerieg, iTC, ff 111 692'.!-J- CLINTON ST11KBT, HICKMAN, KYi Keb -- iSOOU-- Ma CWtl-J- V X)E1XJI"V32I?BI3 HlKlicat Markot l'rloo will be I'ald for t PBBE.I, 1 prll 1 llt CuttU, 1 67M-J- une I'timiiUS' AMI JL my JadC nn-aw- 7 oil-e- r 1 C96S-3- epl 1 U7SS--Ju- 0793-J- tnedl-cin- e 44W-F- A. DONDfJK ANT, It. L. ALK.XANl'KK. It. BUCHANAN, J. V AUXANDKlt, Judge C. L. KANDI.B (1 U TlllttLKELl). CAP 1TAL STOCK $50,000. DIRHOTOR S. J THOtirrON. J. ) C MEUm NATIONAL BA!K, i ci fight-ing- II.UUCIIANAN. rreilJent; J. J. Kit, Caibl.t, W 01033 IRjB V. M - UONDUIlANT, Viee-- f' llvNULK, AitltlnlCaMtr. WI R. L. At.E.X-AN- Ilaci-mera- ly ,- - .l 1 UICKMAN WAGON CO., or rue jc4.it-rAi-ruuKiu- i iblluiiatco - I'.fm-ed- r. 4G99-Fie- tlDt i .1. . - GS6-Flt- m!n( .tBiC," J WBwawaWv'Irrri 6715-llaam- enly 4- " I HI0K3VLAN WAGON, HICKMAN. ICTSNTTJOKY. cuts. BiLTZin, ioim ran-der- H. 1 !, tt. towtiitt, v. & tW 1 nt'!. -- 'I., ;Wi-loe- i. I CN XE ICKMA1T HICKMAN, HltRI'LCS AKD Solicits tall-rrow- n JANE, KENTUCKY. 14l,ee. r..wkij, imv. W m dollar-for-dolln- eeeoid-cro- Pai'd Up Capita! $40,000.00. t'.DIVIDED rROflTw Wo offer I jonr btmincoa. the most I.llioritl Accommodation, to oar OuBtotuem Connintfiit with Established Hanking Principles. I 0. BALTZEIl, R. T. TYLER, W. A DIRBOTOB 8IIAW, M. II. H. D. DKEV ARD V Of A. A. FAKI8. SHUCK, J. W. UOWGJIjL. J 07S-- eltc-tlo- THE OLD RELIABLE. Judg-urnl- T l. OHAS. A. HOLCOMB Dealer la DBUGS.MEDICINE3. PAINT3 AKD DYE-ST07F- I 11 4 IIICUtlAN, KV, PRE80RIPTrON3 CAREFULLY COMPOUNDElX r o Wif iUIA I'wfllv VM.I.J fJ'f K3Vl- - ,ino j- - Tlutt'r) horaitrui rro-nto- there is only ono runnin Tltrotigh Coaches. rco Kroliuinf; Clinir Citrs an u l'tilliiinn I'nlscu Sleepers bctwee n MenijiIiiH nnil jirincijinl iointn in Arkansai and Texas without travsrscs the 0nesl ami Timber Iitintls nnd rcaclicH Hie most prosperous Towns nnd Cities in tho This line I I clinn'e. Fnrminr, Umning sym-.path- y ' - It, . Oac L!ac W9 d GREAT SOUTHWEST. IT IN Till. 1 -- or "Home In Ititt NwuthveiMti," "Tlirnnrti WRITE t l.niMta," or Truth Tmiw," mImidI Arkaimaii." HlHlleil lu any FOR A tlrtHia ukoii nttllriloii. COPY V.. W. W. n. ADAM). Trrtvetliig; 1'itaa. Aitnl, tJen'l Paaa. nnelURKimC, Tlehrl 1kfI, TKNIK, "Tt-Mi- NANIIVII.!:, NT. uUl, MO. com-inero- o Tfcc Casli QcQceri J. M. WITTING, DEAI.KU IN A. S. R0SED4LE, -- - ARTISTIC PHOTOGRAPHER, CLAKK'S iletor-niiue- d middle-wester- n OLD STAND, Kea-iruolK- y f STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, TOBACCO, CIGARS, Biokxaaxx, Old ETC, Picture Copied and Enlarged hit Dird. Men, ymi to any 'no-grade- SIY Riork la alwaya Krih and Complete, invito the public lo coin( and nee me, Caih pnld for Country Produce, nnd I OUT DOOft VIEWS. Don't giro your Old I'ieliire to y 1 tritllna'J old Hand, Clinton Blroel, A HICKMAN, fllve mi a trial nay toe Ikim. Travllnf KY, BitUfaollon guifliJf 1 IS-- ' J & rWEi.VS . uuJ--'i.u.'a.-- .Kmwtt .... ". ., - "-.. ,rr' . V-- 'Ju... WmlnntMWiM ....-- . ..rt.. .'W3?l,i1i.-'- . V-tSr,, .- a'' " "-- : ' -,-- i iijjilJjtMMMWMMfc Just to Make it Interesting, BOR A aisgge rT-V-.-! ..J- - tmimimmmmmmmmm Porsonals. r. 8IIWT WE WILL SELL SO M ONLU 81.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 90c in Oil? lsB relatives Jns. N. Boadles, of May-Helwas In tho city this week. Ponrl Wcarn is visiting In v r' A'44 - 'i L i y& i' 4444 Chattanooga, Tonu. lbs Graiiulaiod Sugar, 22 lbs Clarified Sugar, 25 11)8 O. K. Sugar, 5 lbs liest Green Coffee, 4 PnekugOB XXXX Coffee, " Arbuckle Coffee, 4 The uImivo Bioat Semi-Annu- al Mr. Leo Klrkpatrlek Is now employed nt Wm. Goycr's city ' 90c iintl Prices ore for CASH ONLY. Colno curly Bargain v.hilo they lust. sccuro CLEAEIilCf 3iX: QJotfyip foiJ bakery, Ira Morris, of Maiden, Mo., Is viBltiug hia sister, Mrs. John M. Witting. Mr. Chns B. Kingman, of Providence. Ky., Is visiting relatives iu the city. Miss Viiglnlnla Modloy, of uoiumnus, Ky., is virltlugtbo ram lly of Kov. Geo. 8. Fitzhugh. Miss Julln Dunnnvaut, of Hickman, Ky., Is the pleasant vis Itor of tho Misses Harris. Fui totilati-Demoornt. Women Of Every piece of our furniture' kt yours for 10 to 20 per cent, below; lowest Cash furniture prices Wti have more Furniture thiiii we wunta The Furniture of Autumn is waiting for warcrooih. We must have room Business sense says, sell what wti have at heavy discount; its cheaper' JfeaajBtesa actcr of our Furniture. It is of warranted excellence. Taste! Low Cash PlleosI 20 lbs Granulated Sugar, 4i lbs best Green Cofiee, Arbitrator Flour, (has no equal), , Burbod Wiro, per 100 lbs., A trood Flat Saddle, A good Set Bucrurv Harness, Alt other Goods juat as low. of tV' J IS NOW IN FULL FORCE. S15.00, 818.00 and 820.00 Suits; now go 81.00 1.00 4.75 . 2.50 2.50 6.00 812.00 and 315.00 SuilijWf!! - - v if I )' Alfred IoDaai.!. Heavy reduction in Pants, and J3oySuits. 7 .!'--' SHOES! SHOES! FOll FALL AND WINTER WEAR. Sfilltfit, EtllSOffi & CQ. GRAND & There is an unusual apple crop ull over tho country. Apples are so cheap now that people in Balloon Ascension town do not got their full share, prloes they pay do because tho A.WZ not compensate farmors for gathering nud shipping. Tho crop Leap ! ought not to bo wasted. A great deal more of It will bo mado into apple brandy than usual. A great Prof. Calhoun, deal more of It thnu usual ought Tho World's fnmnus Aeronaut will to be dried, or made into cider make ouo of his during nsoousious and used as such, or then turned into vinegar, so that people can to tho clouds iu this city on itot n chance to seouro at reasonLadies DoiiL'ola Lace Patent Ix'allier trim and tip. Heel and flog. 21,1895. able rates somo real cider inegar. Spring Hittl, worth ?2.f0, for. 2.00 . hand-turnnd Great as the apple crop is, if well ladles Duiigoln Law, worth jS.l.UO, for ... Latest Wo vein, Newspapers 2.50 Prof. Calhoun is ltlchnrd K. handled it will pay. Ladies Dongola Uuttnii, "Good) ear Well," worth 3.00, for Fox's Champiou King of tlio 2.60 Periodicals, single copIeB or by J.ndieri Dongoln Billion, (nil stylo Toe), worth 2.60 everywhere Clouds, of Now York City, and 2.00 subscription at WiLHON'd Book Btoiiu. To tho Citizens of the Sur- bus boen engaged to iniiko ouo of Jaiiicu IVnrh Kid Button, worth .'5.60 for 3.00 his porilous uud as- e can idiow tliu nobbiest Shoes tor Mimcs nml Children (Luce rounding Country, ,cousions in this city on tho above Tho Clinton Democrat sajrs and Mutton) ever shown in Hickman, fires 8 to Miss Kosulio Martin, of Sea- nud J2 to 2, Wm. F. Gkykh, tho ford, Del., who has boon visiting toe SI.60to2.00 that Judge Moss made a little only ono who has over Maker, tho date. succeeded bring Dou't.misB it. niUtako Monday which put tho In Hlokman, Ky., for many yearo, your family, nud Como nnd neigh- the families of Kev. Goo. S. Fitztoll your Jto sure and nk tp fee our fine Shoes for Children. hugh and Hon. It. T. Tyler, for V.rtck-llffiaiigh on him. Ha vront to 1ST l-Is still II vim; aud has run his bak- bors' about it. Don't forget to past two weeks, roturnod homo They can't ho heat. sur- ery for 6 years; therefore you bring tho children, for to thorn it the to opon court and was yesterday, much the rogret of prised, ami no doubt indignant, must say his bread and other goods will prove an orcutful day lu their several of our boys. tho II ml that tho odlcers hud made huvc good reputation. to He now history. HjiK Mi88 Emma Russell, of Steve no preparation for conrt. Ho was sells 5 cent loaves for 3V cte. ' A game of baeo ball will be son, Ala., who will tench n class gently informed that ho was just You yet 3 loaves of Ilread for 10c, fs.if.a: iu Ilickmnu Weduesdny In this U ahead Bread, lOo Io not want to carry tlicin over to one week Cairo on of time. He aud Cream 16 cents. Aloaves,cut ployedbetween city onUlukiunu und In elocution term, arrived College tho eiiBulun In tho next, tlio the ferryboat loaves for big escaped to "next awm. Will Ins fold regardless of cot. city Saturday, nnd will uiako her anil came homo quietly on the in Bread. Call and see hiiu and Columbus clubs. Tlie steamer City of Cairo ran home with Mrs J. W. Powell. MOO and 2 60 Slipper go nt got your monev'a worth. $1.78 evening train, lovvu a houseboat called the Gray Miss Russell comes recommended It will make the muddiest water clear as crystal in a few hiiuufctf; 2.26 nnd 2 00 Slippers go at LiO elocutionist, nud a Kagio, last week, at Wlttenburg, as u LoUSIippcw goal. 1.00 D KCA.VIi OJSTE J .Mo. luo latter craft was lost, lady of sploudid attainments. with a loss or $i,ouu and tuo fuEH-EOl rcates had a u arrow escape from drowning. V..1 SST IT IS A COMBINED COOLER AND FILTER.Next Wednesday will bo n . WILL SPEAK IIKIIE NEXT TUESDAY, THE 20TII, cnla day iu Hickman. Prof. CalTho Pad u call Sunday Visitor J. It. JflcCJItEAJKY, The Illinois Central l T i. houn will make a grand balloon HUT aafflZS" says the fashionable waists now OX TUESDAY AUGUST 20(0 wilt tUt uDcetiBlon, nud n gumo of base Caudidalo for United States worn by women are a nulsanco If) a BptcUl Kxcurttua lo Chlengtf lialtl ! ball will he played between tho will address tho people of many respects nnd n waste of Cairo i $8.00 for tbe Hound Trip". iLi And whilo hin sticcelt will be for "Sound Money" ours will be for Hickman nud Columbus clubs. Fulton Oonnty at the COURT goods iu others. For Instance glilnc a Unuiutl ipportanllr lo. Don't fad to see them. "Sound Values," which are always to bo had at THE CASH tho wearer of tho waist seated nt Chlceroft lll nt i tlmo of Komcmbor the Domorratlo wlu; In Uockeastlo county n wo- HOUSE, lu HICKMAN, Tuesday, n dlstanco from tho observer looks In eerj outward fetlure, the jpnr can SHOE STOllE, ultcays as aditrtised. fit primary election on Satuiday, man whose heart was all right, Aug. 20th, 1895, at 2 o'clock, p. like three porsons Instead of ono een at Its belt, etch lit Ititju.in ri.i Sept. 7lh. Let no Democrat fall t in ilrf nouletaril.-- , which are now r ROn hut whoso words were a little m., on AdverliM your bufdneta to vote. tho political issues of the The puffs in the sleeves Oh cither full glory of Ibelr luxurani "'" ' If yen with tu aitto II grow, wrong, published the following Not ouo loerved, Uuuts 51.50, 1.2. and 7.rc lino bi'UAW side resemblo n human being nnd LrlHUol bues. For'fiekei hi.i( irtr'tt f Far tome pron may V needing Tho Anchor lino hoats aro "card of thauks" in a local paper: dny, uud in support of tho Stuto aro about ns largo. Tho writer iaformsllnn call on, or H'UUt't 3 HATS und Misses uud Children 76o to $1.50 SAILORS. Jail lh iMnj you life to ihow. now towing barges from St. Louis T desire to relnrn thanks to nil Democratic nominees. Evory saw a Lldy become very indignant Tiekel Agefit, 0lro.- Ilk to Cairo, owing to the low stage iu tho who so kindly assisted rocoutly nt a gontleman who pass1-oFroe body invited to bear him. of the river. death of my husband." fully threo feet from her in n HURRY UP! and get ouo of thofce CUT P1UCE SMALL FARM FOR SALf, Halloon grace "Bccring& Co'" line crowd nud ncoidontnlly collided The qucstiou that is agitating HOT A riuell farm of 6 acren ilUaM J tuild 50c and 88c now were 75c Cotton Worntcda.-- -. PANTS with ouo of hor balloon sleeves Aieeunion of LAD1K3 FlNlJSIIOKSnt from dipot en Slate road, ie well " " $1.50 ami SL25 98c tlio minds of our farmers just now Tin El) liALTXKU & SlIAW, TAafi vhat aiU yaut At Ulcktuaii corn hn good bouse, barn els, on rcruiio1; Mrs. Lizzie McGoodwin, of " 1 25 1b how they will gather their have PKKSPIRINa " 1.75 Cussiineres, l'LAVKDOUr fall. stalks May 0 eld, will bo a caudldato for For further cartioatan apply a ,. MoOrcary 'oxt Wednesday. u 150 rrop this tall The will II k " 2 00 aud 2.25 COOL 11. J. BAliltr, ., grown bo that it require librarian bofore the noxt state will speak In this city next Tues Don't full to see it I HEALTHFUL " 2 50 a ten foot ladder to reach tho ears, You " 3 50 Xoxall, legislature. She Is the widow of day, Aug. 20th. Let tho people nttd iomlhing IlEFRESHINO Don't forget tho big rally turn out to near him. Not many left, hurry or you'll get left. New Fall Samples 4 Books. nad tho cars aro so large that it INVKiOlUTING the luto Maj. At. MoGoodwIn, rt next Tuesday. A. Wi LINDSAY, linve to take it will take a pretty good tuuu to Suits nnd Punts to measure. Don't lit, you don't former tOO WILL Finn tt AT Ollll newspaper Fall plowing has liegnp, dandle them. man uud state ofliolnl, nnd ta a Wheat threshing la uliont in somo suctions runners nud aro daughter of tho late Col. Edward ovor In ttiln station. lions. P. W. Hardin nud W. LADIES' L0WCUT SHOES. brooking 25 per oent. more wuout HlQKriAH, 1lY, e Orosslaud, who nt ono time repreWe ire not clingy with onr lc, Bradley, Democratic and Ho- 0. givo Hon. J. It. lauds thnu Kiev hud this vear. $2 00, publican nominees for Governor, our Soil Water In always vu cool sented this diatriot iu congress. OEcewiln R. S. Mufrell. Choicest Uoodi All 83 00, 2 50 and 2 25 Styles, now tfefj a IiIk crowd next Tuesday. loo enn make We me the beat nxlural Mrs. McGoodwin has iuhoriled to 1 75 All who fail to wituess Prof. Several Styles Blacks and Tans $2 50, 2 25 and 2 00, now will auuroBS tuo people or the Urst fruit juicen, it. cansquenilj our ilriaka are a mnrkod degroo tho splendid ina7Oo lo Swaynr'h Drug Harry Calhoun's daring leap from A few Pairs, each, Blacks aud Juns, $1 75 and 1 50, now.- .. 100 congressional District, lu joint delicious. A tellect, tho nervous enorgy nud Bloro for FINE TOILET SOAP. tho clouds next Weduosday will dobate, at Maylleld, on next Wed - A COUGILIi. forco of character of bor distinCome nesdny, August 21st. Speaking 4 miss a rare treat. Wo have ninny other good things no Bpaco hero to advertise exr Sands and Asttov's circus guished father. Hlio is now one You'll bo welcomed nt will Oram at z o'clock, p. m. nnd sen if wo lmvo ALL wo advertibe. --This Indeed would lion model hibited m Hon Madrid Weiliics-(Ihj- . Some of the Populists of of Graves comity's most capable world if wo could only keep tho Mrs.' Louis Da Moutconrt and Graves, Fultou nnd liiokumu teachers Fudaoau News. Offios over fllotma'a DJi.i. refrigerator as cool in summer ua sou and daughter, Miss Mqrio De nounties met at Sugar grovo last When a man la wrong and Will kIto attention (0 bnlncj Iifin-A doable murder la reported. the stuvo gouornlly Is in whiter. Uonteourt, aro en route to West Wnilnnnilnv nml iinminntnil llin won't admit it lie always gets oJ lo him In an of tbe Slate Court. Sf Ind.. to visit relatives, redoubtable Sam Jones, preacher to navo oocnrroti near xsyer sta nngry. l!adithere they will go to Nlnsar.if.ncl Mr3 Loaves of Bread for 10c. tion, Tomi. this week. A negrdl -- "Frtin ,.', nalllfalan of Crutcl Held Tho. Pol ton County Teoohora' Ctcam Bread 3 for 16 ueuts, nt fou Senator Nush- Our farmor friends will find Fall, and then make trip Ms'jSSSx Oolllnn' uxcnrslIon Wm. F.Ukyku. nu' K, DA.VlDSO Institute ta Iti aesslou ut Pulton on time vnrv tntarnsllncr nrtlolo ll this tho lakes from end to end. Theyu,iB vlllo nud litis week. 'i'!"1.01' Don't fall to bring lho chll iyesterday Chntlnuoogu lofnnumber wnnU's Ikbuo. entitled "What U will I.. gojno u month or longer. 5,l couldn't Iimb one of the white employes, where- morning. A put np nu easier man for tho upon tho latter knouked the no jHzrs Kin. dtou with you to seo tho grand o Second Crop Pntr.:( arc still soiling Kerry's Cairo uullellu. know about KESTtCKY" Democrats to beat. 01 luto n gro down, pulled out lift) ktme riiOKMAN; free balloon uttcciiBioii in thin city went from this plnco. took at aud less than cost toes," contrlhntod by ono of UiQ, The Leo Lino of Memphis, Democrat. jumped upon him nud literally cut next Wednesday. They'll enjoy it. Another hot wnvo tins caused beat farmers iu Pulton; county. llUGK liKOH. has pnrchaaod tho beautiful City him to pieces. The negro was al- Oflioe over Oovvgill & Cowgifl' rio iu mercury during ex, The lazy man Is always trying u big few days nnd wn havo tho Read It. of Oweusboro to roplaco tho Lady Drag Store. so caught in the threshor machineDon't fail to hear Hon. Jan. to llgure out how long it will take lust Tlioro will be another big Loo. Tho new boat Is sidowhcol, Upon You can buy McClure's, Mnn ry and terribly mangled II. McCreury at tlio court liouso him to llguro out a pcico of work perienced some of tho most W ood contains 44 staterooms, and Is de- spy's or the Cosmopolitan Muga given nt observing the fate of Ids son the woalhor of tho season, next Tuesday. that souio man enn do lu half an L- lOo each nt land Mills next Thursday, Ang.1 scribed as being very fast. Sho father of tho mnrdered tiogrojerk-cWo nro now ready to show L'2nd, in Martin's Grove, for tlm Is at Pudncnh undergoing somo ziue at mr Tho groatest calamity to tlio hour. dp n pitchfork and ran it Wilson's Book STORtf. AnORNE'V-AT-calamity howler Ids year is big Tho drug Btoro of Mr. Ed. von the haudHomest and Cbonpost benefit of tho Catholic church. alternations, nnd her name will bo through tho white tmiu killing him iluo or Fall Clothing iu tlio city. ops and good puces. lttCKMAN, : : : r KENTOffKlf ci An excursion train will be mil changed to the City nf Oscoolu. Bishop, at Point Pleasant, Mo., 'Now that tho importance of utmost instantly liALTZiiit ifc Shaw. was deMroved by lire on Sunday from horo that dui--. MSTlfyou wan't a Winter Suit Elder D. J. Cochran, of Bowl-lu- pnrlty in drinking water is by tho Bloyelists Bhould always koop "fXAVINO reiumed the firaclicf of lar.-night last. Ills supposod to bo of Clothes go to lirflttAUY noii:s Groon, Ky., nsslstod by Elder medical profession, being forced y will sire hi prompt and unili'vlde J rCing" School right in riding excopt In "Little to tho the work of mi lucuudiary. & Shaw. Bible tint? a( IU test Inolucfea (be attention to buelneis entrunted to Mt by alarming Baltzku M. Wright will commence- u beforo tho public pnHHiug a vehiclo or wheel going shoes nt Baltzkii & Shaw's, D. sluily of JSible lanJi. In Tire Si'Niur protruded mooting ut statistics Farmers lire very much sar Strouso Bro's Fall und Win-to- r in the samo direction, when It is Tho best made. Every pair war- man on Saturday night Mt. Her- nlono n giving to impUro ofwater Sellout, Timm of Aurii'I 17, lt HT. (he preponderance tho 17th over tho prospect thuro Clothing at B. Trf usually surest to gu by it on tho ranted William Kwlnp;. for many yean ft Inst. Prof. Daugherty nud wife weight of Kuilt ns a cuuso of maIn the Hol Lnd. elc a de- Is for a crop this scuhon. llAI.TZUll & SlIAWU. left. Virj wo wish to di Mlnttortof tho Dend Sea l'lin9, and telle NotwlthBtrnding tho largo will conduct the Bong sofyicc. larial disorders, Wo would liko for our locnl Office over Hickman ltaDk. They nro trying to got Kov. This U'ar nil that wuh nocoa-snri thai crowd of colored pooplo in t he- The meeting will probably con rout tho attention of our renders of an exciting Jonrneyllirou-sl- luterest region. i lo of rare r Thin lerrllory wuh to tiuklu tho soil und W. II. Evtuis (Wild Bill) to hold columns to contain n list of tho el ty on Thnrsday of List week ilfOKMANf Kt tluno 'J weoks The public are to tho now Water Cooler and Tcilnment, ami Mr. of tho 01 n meeting at Columbus, nud ho arrivals aud departures of people Emancipation Day tho beet of cordially invited." nbuuduut crops sprang forth. Is being Introduced by that of tt is miu and KIns'ii description fn' has promised to uiako n date with visiting town, but they rauiiol do order was preserved, and everyWill a'tfnd promptly to nil Diiin See his ad in pictiireiqiio. Mr R B. Brevard Tlio next term or tho Fulton thorn after next mouth. moliJVDO Dr. 3. Wv Luton, of Cayce, this issno so unless our friends will send in thing paenoil off quietly, but ouo The Snnday Sohool Times wllr publlih IfiiateJ tohlsoare. Circuit Court will uonveno on tho this county Is nnnouncod as n Hat of their numcB. or two urreBts being mado during candidnto to represent Hlokman Don't full to witness Prof a moot oostly hrarrcnrlj lae an arllcloon its Vslu? lhilonbtortfy llrst Monday in September. of nn EJifcated Motherhood, by Elizabeth Marble Wtfrte BtarGot n sot of Rogers' Silver tho day. Calhoun's descent from tho ulonds and Fulton counties in tho noxt building ovor erectod or contem- Harrison, principal of llio Chicago Kin- - Hickman Soino people spend enough to earth with tho aid of his para- Plated Knives aud Forks nt 84.00, He is no ex plated is that of tho now city hall derfirlen College. Mi" Ilarrlion has :tv. Spend your nionoy nt homo. Stato Legislature llino grieving over fpilt milk to chute, next Woduesday. It will beforo they aro nil gone. Also, Tho building hnd large experience among cut hireu ami commuuity cellcnt gentleman, mi old citizen of New York city buy another cow. .ro, which othoro A dollar spout iu the of all clan tin tnuicoaa tirona Ten Spoons at -bo worth going miles to seo. to yon in its ac- born and raised in this community will cotor several blocus of tuo mnthM - B- Thov nrs may como buck duty nt 75o to $1.00. Don't drink too inuoli during betweon tho of gonial manners Hue capacity tive rounds of Tho Commissioners of tho sell Buoic Bitutj. world beaters. hot weather, says a physician. If Illukmati aud Tiptouvillo Leveo merchant, tho farmor and tho IWoll known nnd popular irr both (he same for tho sovornt etreots ln her theme by Incident! taken rrom ITALIAN k AUEIJIOAN MAEBL3 this re few to water, he is tight. out announcing tlio home manufacturer. ilenuacnW Tomb' arid GiiW But when counties. lie Is what Is Known so ns not to interfeia with tho her work ataon tho klnlerearten and Cards me District met nt Nowberu, Teuii., of tho city. The building among Ibo mothers of Hie Mothrr' ami Stcncs.niairiuguot Miss May, daughtur sent off to purohaso foriegn sup- asn freo sllvor domoorat, nud sQr Parents wishing u iiloo pair last weok and peifeuted an Thlj artloU will bo lircs'iltve tov.V. u tt.ni lot nf Thov llxuil n tax of fit) of our tollovv townsman, Mr. Johu plies, it Ih withdrawn beyoud yo.ir cause of porsonal popularity lswhou onmplotud tiudor tho of Sunday Shoos for their daug(ntplrinK, nolouly lo the mother, bat to H'AVTNO-fnta bo stronger than th.it tract will bo at a cost of loilian Mhli. ItA any woinin wbo woul'l xlllr lo be a wie htersIn Lime or Hutton, bIbhh Ns, per acre on all nvurilowud lands, Lynn, to Kov. J. b. UuivUus, nt reitoh and is missed in the nudiThere is no" personal' nine millions of dollars, almost an IWlpor of the liulo oof. p.ir.l to fill all ordrs 011 and of.itro-'Is, Ills aud 2s, don't fail to go to in the distiicl, nnd ordered iiujtho Methodist tihtiroli Aug. 2lst, ties of trade, and lessens the deCpuivtr my w6rlr. Ordprs from' l "! jiiiin. t. WArtl.Es a co 'llioy have election lobe hold on TuosiIjV. at 9,i. m. Kev. Mr. Hnwkins is a mand for your pruduotioua on thff kindness that wo do not cordially amount uoionu uio comprenou IS.w.TSRli & Shaw, be prouytly rlW.I WJ1 Vuraut 6:rct, KiH.dliUla, Vs. 6lOl Of lUUU iMuthodlst miuistor iu Alabama. feel towards tho Dootor factory farm and in tho Sept. 10th, the uobbleat Btjles In tho city. Ijast week word won pspsed along the linos or the various railroads in WostTennosaeo that the markets were glutted with tomatoes and peaches in "Louisville, Cincinnati aud Chicago, and were Instructed not to ship until further notice. Saturday at Cincinnati car loads of tomatoes wero actually dumped into the We have iust received our Use of Peering A Ohio Klvcr becsuHO there was no Co'm Lulie. MiwM and Children' "FINE HIIOKS. market for them. Poaches met a similar fate at Louisville. The liuiitlMjmt'rtt ami llttt Fitting Shoes ovId in Hickman. fur-mer- Free e Parachute Harry n, .. Summer Reading. WeM, Imnd-xewe- d, uwo-iiisplriu- The Rev. Mr. Klmcr, of Trinity Hall, Louisville, will preach nt St. Paul's church, Hickmub, Sun day at ll a in., and 8 p. m. Mr. Willie Helm, assistant postmaster, has been contlued to uls bed for the past week or two with intlutnatory rheumatism. Uarry Jndge, now of Stotts-vlllo- , Ark., Is in tho city this week. He Is keoulnrr books for tlm .1. M. Beeler Lumber Co., of that placet I l6iaaHNkae&M3lUUMines 'iTeiMo ' nno - taurine yi; Uogersor Hickman. Kentucky, are visiting their cousin, Mrs. II. u. Maloau. Dresden Enterprise. Prof. II. C. Jamison, of Jack- eon, Tenn., was iu the city Saturday, mixing with the friends of his boyhood days. Ho was visiting STEPHENS & TYLER. his sister, Mrs. Thos. E. Gleesoii, near town. Mrs. R R. Burnett, of Leban on, Tenn,, and Mrs. W. J. Ilarper, of Tiptouvillo, Tenn., who have been visiting their mother, Mrs. Mary Rose, of this county, havo E returned home. -- Mr. Jo. Klrkpatrlek has boen employed as u salesman iu tho i iAiiiti irii v I ' l kl ll' ll i house of Smith, iiiiii'iwijH, J. & Co., of this city. Ho has hud years of experience, aud is a his store, where eatl bo fouud a full lino of lias competent young man. Supt. D. E. Wilson, Prof. J. C. Grocfu-.e-'Cheek nnd Misses Auniu Shorron, JcBsio Outten, Lou Ilumagc, Dora HARDWARE, TINWARE, QUEENSWARE, HARNESS &.i &U Smith, Jluttio Wilson and Maggie Everything Now nnd Fresh, which ho will sell as cheap as nuy Odd Wiseman, are attending tho Tcaou- - for CASH. Go nnd see him. Hero aro a few of his prices: crs' Institute nt Fultou. 30 18 lbs Eastern Ginn: Sugar ji.Oi) Best Grado N. O. Moiassca' Miss llnttlo Carpeutcr, our 1 doz. pt. Tin Cups J .tut 30 20 lbs Yellow Clar. Snjrar polite uud accomodating neighbor 1 doz. qt. Tiu Fruit Cnns 1.0(1 40 20 lbs First Quality Rico at tho coutral tclonhouo olllco, A 1 Gallon Bottlo Pickles Ot) 30 1 packs Arbuckle Coffeo wua tho recipient of n handsomo Headquarters for Thresher Supplies, Bacon, Lard, Flour, Meal &d: office chair, one day thia week) a No troublo to mako prices or show goods. Go uud see htm at present trout her uncle, Mr. B. D. OAYCE, KY. Thomasson. i "- - ,pp.n m h. well-know- n Kill-so- u iwmnu 5i .. 40U EW by -- 4 mivm nii . ro-bai- tt Staple and Fancy 1 1 e Slippers I Wales Cooler and Jiltet, for YOU Don't Fail to Call and Examine Therm SI-IOUL-K-.i- T E tlrst-clus- s IJOALL AND SEE USIite JAS. B. -- WARY 3Jo-- PUBLICUM. -- IIO. 7"o,ll &JP&&L12L Sen-uto- r, LOCAL NEWS. CHOICE -- r CHOICE 60c - d -- All-Wo- ol well-know- n Mo-Crea- 45 & SODA FOUNTAIN. there-or- Attornoy'.&t-L- ' 0V(aiJ- xnex: c;m.f9: mieox Mm?4ja: SANDERS tj R. T. TLER, Attomcyat'Liiw ap-tlr- s ,. MCE. f -'SM. "LesbeJ 'SffZ Dft, HP-W- t - -- m - n-4-- Look Hero! pienio-bnrbcou- d a RANDIiE U I I g e-Hn- - tr v y Attorney at Ir DAVIS, FI1-to- llu-den- tj 1 i6 organ-iiilim- i. Kaas tt. ) iirtt.iii, C. RAMAGE., -- Mrt-fnfr- . d ninety-fiontiiue- 1 rf f' : - ' ,S SJmWC5WSS3SJi '"yCi" ""iS' V "3U ,tjv-- sfc ;Mttlv'AoH mm. u.. .. j &yi' 'u;. itMk- ,t FEARED Innaratltlon aala Tnr Is JACK TAH. of Pallor r.ttrnil to llio DY Jnok lion, htranuely enonpli.lic i nt the nmo time, pci Imps, tho most rttpcrltltion creature, under the Min. In the month of .Tune, our jears npo, a vessel was launched from a shipbuilding yard on tlio Tyne, built to the order of u Liverpool shipping firm. A finer craft for her tonnage never cut the Mater, nnil Mio wm named after 'the senior part' nor' second daughter She was lost on her first voyage to tho Went Indies tho captain, second mate and eight of the crew losing their llvcv She nai quickly replaced by an exactly .slinllnr vest,cl, receiving the same name n tho former one. What became of this ship is a rnyMf ry. She never arrived at her destination on her fourth vo age out, and was eventually given up for lost, with nil hands. When n third vessel bearing tho samo was launched .Jaelt reganlcd her ulth an evil ojo, and to tall In her. Mio had to be before her owners could get a crew. One of the finest cnrpoves-olssnilin- j; between London and tho west coast of Africa had, fivo jears back, attained quite a phenomenal record as a "death ship" from the number of men lost by disease and accident upon each vovnpt. At length, so serious an obstnele old her history present in getting men to join her that her name wan altered. Under her new one, too, she is rapidly Work In. notoriously a bravo ns a llirx BMotl WljKmftl Tit-Hit- becoming known as a ship to bo avoided. That tho strange mishaps which befall her helpless crew are not tho fault of those in command is proved from the fact UinJ. she had no fewer than four chief officers In nine vrurs. bhe will in nil lirobaliUitv liavo aitV... s. .ct.V.ifc' lllrr! InSmrll. profes- and signalman n delicate sense of touch characterizes tho expert typewriter and pianist, ami a sensitive palate is indispensable to tho tea taster. Hut it is less frequent to hear of lucrative employment bein, obtained by persons possessing an keen sense of smell. Nevertheless, the professional smeller does cist, and performs very useful func- g tions. Any person visiting the department of one of our breweries may find him busV at work of npplying his noso to the bung-hol- e barrel aftc- barrel. Hoston Traveler. When Adam left Kden. an angel went before him, whoso namo was engine-drive- sions in which well developed orp.ins of sense are more or less essential A perfect sight must bo possessed by tho r There are many trades and THE REVIVAL AhJP IMPORTS. 4 Natural litiutt of Itftnrnlnc 4'nnuiiif Hal llroirrlt.r. The republican press continues to srronn ilnllj over the iuerenso of imports. ( ntehlng at Vvery straw which they think may serve to keep them irltr issue alxivn anil their MeKlnlcj water, our republican friends point to the difference belviri-the Imports of the last few months and those of tho conesonding months last yenr. Thev refuse to compare the recent figures with those of the corresponding period in the fiscal vear ln, but persist in telling their renders that the rntiiitr Is going to ruin lieeause we are importing more ginxls now than were (inputted in the depths of the p.n!c It is tine that the imports during the months which hnve elntised since the enactment of the new tarilT have been larger than the imports during the eoi responding months of last yenr. It is encouraging that this Increase hns Our republican friends taken place should War In mind the fact that at the snme time the country has been expeil.'lieltiir a remarkable revival of business activity and confidence. Has the increase of Imports paralysed dogreat Die Let mestic Industry.' nnil growing demand for consumption, the extraordinary list of Increase of work of wages, tho resumption in hundreds of idle factories, the of prices, and the many other proofs of returning prosperity, answer this question. It was Inevitable that recovery fioui panic depression should lie accompanied by an increase of im ports, and this Increase would have taken place even underrates like those of the McKlnlev act. Uepubllcan the cnoworoiictUt UjAjriiiwUiat considerdlulatile goodS" were ably larger Inthe fiscal year lt'Hl.wheu the MelClnler duties were In force, than thev have lieen in the fiscal year just ended, nlthough raw sugar was free frcm dut then anil has been duti able since ugust '.'s last The following tahle shows the vnlueof the imports during the eleven months ending on Mnv 11 for the last three vears. the last three figures of each iiiiinlier hav ing been omitted it ilsnlhi, jiutiaWf Krce ' IT HAS Dim No Coiiarqti-nr- DROUGHT MURDER. T.jru. IMP IITs kb;8h) 3:.4 IO II Monlhi. II Monlht IS.il Hill ! S4SI3M J7tai barrel-cleanin- - Hope. Ham's Horn. Makes the ... , Weak Strong Hood's Harsaparllla tones and strengthens tho dlpctlvo organs, creates nn apii'tuo, Ketneiubcr and gives refreshing sleep Hood' Sarsapaniia1 Is tho one Truo Mood Purflcr IIUUU i and the aftrr-dinni-- r I 111b family i!ith..rt.c j, V 9 MKtm 8 fa REMEMBER MWi -- Ci j VA 9 tnsro Total WB.:n f7J3w It will be observed that the Imports for the eleven months in the last fiscal year we're less by l.Vj per cent, than those of the eleven months of ls'js, under the McKiuley duties, although the free imports in IS'.H were swollen by glo5.ooo.ooo worth of raw sugar, while the dutiable imports of litis, included about Sin OOJ.OOT for raw sugar transferred to the dutiable list It is encouraging, and it is a sign of returning confidence nnil prosperity, that the Import of U'.i.'i are larger than those of ls'l Tho McKinley rates did not prevent the purchase of foreign goods bv the people of tills country, who shipped to foreign lands lust year ? .0.00)00) worth of the products of exports agriculture, with other Duramounting to about Ji0,0o0,000. ing the panic, however, their foreign purchases were nbaonnally small; now are Increasing again but the increase has not brought the tot-ilup to the level of Js'jt, and to carefully avoided or this fact by them we direct the atten tion of republicans and republican-journalshe follow lug table will en- 1., . !... uoie iiiriil ilt citiiijinieiit; iniKtri - under the leading schedules during the eleven mouths ending on May III of this vear with those of the corresponding months in the fiscal vears ls'.il anil Thev nlw a vs stop with lsy I, be IS'JJ cause the figures tor ls'.tJ (a year ilur- s o 1 . . , liii? which full force) make their partisan pleas and nrguments ridiculous Tor convenience in tabulation we have cut olT the last three thru res. of each nuin- IMPOIiTS COMPAHTti the McKlnlev taritl was In ltW7Ew fi Gin. W fi anw - vHSSX Ji '?- - c II l0 B8 fl :essary tWT.'H Woolen poejs 1 "ir Iron iU'i sieel -Ilk c i1 l.VJ 31 111 i oiton ixoimIh illiiss ar.il eUsqurare. lICMJ R VS r kf,rT IVIi II Mil Ml I' C33M .'i fl II Mot. tll niui :n I.TwJ 4IU Wft.-W- ) IfUl ;n if? si nn 7 3111 i no S6I4 "oOO1 ' TOU tip tmm(4 i tFriends'Oats: FOR OLD AND YOUNG. ALL GROCERS fti ru t na nuts HiJes ana skins I i mi nt li TiicaN ete ncrjtlncs iba Itpss O.M SMI 31W 3 l.ejther W?l 6lU 1. l7 I :s 8 43i 10.1 S.'7D .) 37 aai 6i8 7 4S.S4J SI. 51 Munufactiires fi FRIEHSTDIB' SELL 16 fi t l'jpr anil tuturcs Snicoj. s uuo W ne . le.lher of .. .. fl,Vf manu . ... IftM . V 4,741 7Ssl :o i3t V 3431 1,19'. II 157 tnbet cases, and never failed except in two cases (both thunder humor.) He has now in ho posslon over two hundred certificate of its value, all within twenty miles of Boston, Send postal card for book. A benefit is alwdj s experienced front the first bottle, and a perfect cure is warranted when the right quantity is taken. When the lungs are affected it caue? shooting pains, like needles passing through them: the same w ith the Llv er or Bowels. This Is caused by the ducts stopped, and always disappears In a week after taking it. Read the label. If the stomach Is foul or bilious it will cause (.queanifsh feelings at first. No change of dfet ever necessary. Eat you-caKt, and cnouftiv of it. Dose, one tablespoonlul In water at Sold bv all Druggists. R bed-tim- tS70 (! M All!) . . ill Puriui' nine of the eleven months of the fiscal enr 1S05 the new The Greatest Medical Discovery In force: during the entire tnrill was period of of the Arc year Js'.H eleven months in tho the tar i It law in operation was that of McKinley. As in the ca-of the totnls so with m our first to MEDICAL JJISCOVERY. every one of table, Items the icspect of value thev the imports has been less in Isy, than DONALD KENNEDY, Cl ROXBURY, MASS., ' have repeatedly it was in Is.n Has discovered In one of our common urged our republican contemporaries pasture weeds a remedy that aires eery to admit the existence of tills differItind of Humor, front the worst Sauiula ence, and to comment upon it, but we down to a common Pimple. haie urged in vain. N. V Tunes. He has tried it In over eleven hundred ' i IVxtllf crasscs ... . i:i3i Ma ufactare rt 'he IWS . 1 3 ;k7 IDA I7i7l KENNEDY'S e -- I it Dr. lliirrtstin. ASK YOUR DRUOUIST FOR c5isANuiei The BEST AGED PERSONS I'luloubteilly u sipiure, honest declaration bj Harrison that he would accept the nomination if It were offered by tho convention would help him. Nobody supposes he is actively seeking it. or that he will engage in au.v undignified scramble for it. but everybody believes he wants it, and a candid acknowledgment of this fact would raise up new friend for him. The people like frankness among men holding or desiring public hlatlon. Olllce siektng is crcilltanie If pursued In a manly, open way. The deslro to gain the presidency, even by one who has Mreacty held It, n wratseworttiv am bition. Koine of tliu moKt illustrious men of the country spent a dozen or a bcore of year In seeking it. They told their fellow citizens that they wanted it. and their fellow citizens hou&red them for the avowal On the other hand, the coyness, the iiivMcry mid the evasiveness .ilTecteil by many of the presidency seekers of the present day anger nnTl disgust the people. St Louis (ilobo-Democra- t. tntu'" - Hepubllcau "thunder" Is nearly exhausted Campaign ammunition the ammunition fur an intelligent, FOR earnest, patriotic campaign is conDyspeptic.DelicatoJnfirm and spicuous largely for 1U ubsence. The force bill has lieen shelved. Henry Cabot Lodge, its author, h.'i s It would Iks political folly to make a federal JOHN CAKLU & SON3, Nov York. election law an Issue in another camThe hhennan law of IbW) Is DRUG STORE '"CHICAGO paign regnrded ns the embodiment no longer of financial wisdom; McKinV OR MIGHT TRADE FOR republican dead beyond the hope of PflR ley ism is resurrection, and to hi: ih i.v nouu LOCATION, BI receive attention the cry of tho jingo in inverse ratio to HAS 7AV0RABLB LEASE, AHD TRADE CAN BIXAOILY INCREASED. the constancy, earnestness nnil volume Owntrli not ft 6rvg Ut nl bt other buitniM which of the howl l'hlludelphla Record. dtmandl all lill Urn. Small rib fiftymcnt with l.rood o. ttcuntj lor LftUnr Otrrfnt Intcrtit would1 Addroa M r Tom Heed's new plan to bring rptd Vrlr 'A.r.tor, (t Tuo tlrxt, ( kit.,., U, 111. tlruggllt, Kill! ami seih the republican party Into promlnencn organization, as nn The Great friendly to labor, will be taken with a KIDNEY. great deul of salt along tho I'aciflc LIVER & hlope, where they have, not foi gotten BLADDER thnt u republican president vetoed a bill to prohibit Chinese immigration, CURE. and will bo greeted with bitter deAtDrurtUu, t,0.ML. rision at Homestead, where under a AHrk& rmrtltfrc republican administration good AmerDr.Kllmar&Co., Blnahamton.N.Ycompelled to rnrr S1MM.K' hfltK ( I'm; ror IMlnloaM tj ican worklngmen were of l'inkertuii aifiiiiiivuinti, i,ria,i.i repel an alien Invasion detectives. Detroit Free I'rctn. Cll run oalc K cood farm. RooT - tional lives. Those r the Knglisl n.n vary in pitch a grea' dc.il, as do th ise of the American peo de. With the In dian voices there is I. ss varietv lith in register and pitch, mil the uudert ie reveal similar emiv'ional states, I til witii the Indian voices those of the t Innee is rather favor 'j1c to the latter Tl.e voices of the bleated Chinese fire flexible, and iinl shrewilncss. Tho vi oe of the educiiteil Indians, of win i I have known between twenty itul thirty, are whining and iinlnteres'nig. Through the eourtesv of 1. in. William tody I had the oiortiinlt ol Chronicle. listening recently to the voice of s me CAUSE OF THE DEFICIT of the Indians in his famous couip.viy. !CriuMlran l!itriliciure lllmtril IN. I wished to delineate their ehurai 'ers PREPARING FOR WINTER. DrlniierAllr Surilll. by their voices, so did not know anyIn s!te of all the prating of repub- thing of the history of those presented I'imkI Is tlir Itrnt vivurri" of tlio I lAiiir ot liAlrj .riHtiHt. licans Trith reference to the deficit ia to mv previous to hearing thctn p ik. The dairymati who want good butthe revenue, the fact remains that It 1 ulso requested that they speak in began under the McKinley bill. It is their own language, as 1 could not tiien ter next winter should not miss to equally indisputable that the Harri- judge of their character by what ' icy grow a bountiful crop of carrots and parsnips, says the New York Times said son administration and the Fifty-firs- t congress were anxious to get rid of the The first Indian, named ltocky boar, The excellence of the Jersey cows Is surplus, because It had lieeu use 1 nsnn had a rich barv tone voice. It w asnuisl- - unquestionably due lo the parsnips for taritl reform. When i cul, and indicated r greater degree t which are fed to thum, uml for which I argument Tanner, as commissioner of pensions, intelligence man is iossessju uy me the soil and climate of the Channel sarcastically remarked: "(iod help the average Indian The agent wa mil'-l- i islands are so well adapted These root are wholly free from any objecAs a surprised when I tolil 111 tu. knovvin surplus," he was applauded matter of fact, various sorts of ex- nothing of ltocky Hear" history, th' tionable qunlitv. and confer n sweet-ne-- s and aromatic flavor on the butter travagance were resorted to in order Ills voire Indicated n nun brave, qiiluc vv lileh are gained by no other fins! to dissipate the surplus, but the in- inaction anil clear In his logical It is as reasonable to believe that crease of pensions was n very large ductious. of kindlv temperament- - atut the 'immI is the source of the flavor ol Ho inforuieil factor The following table shows naturiill.v alTectiunate how this Increase went on, chiefly In me that my estimate of llockv Hears the butter as it is that of the flavor of iV.Bseqnence of laws passed by the character wa qiilte correct, and Rildel the flesh of an aiiiunl And this, notFifty-firs- t congress that he ha I always lieen friendly ti withstanding the avowed liellef of a Jmo'im Yrvli rniotrrt fDISlKx the vv bites, rendering valuable as number of scientific persons --or perS8 4H7JS son who claim to le scientific to the lOUUlO M sistance to the i'nlted Mates governis?) MTII It is alleged bv thee vr I 7I6I 114 SUM ment nt one time- STOCkW vw ISI.'iKltM The next Indian presented had thn - "is that It is th.) in IivlilnilU.v of the i sii rir 1.1 tuioi; ii3 I told the agent cow that gives the flavor to the butter t(SM IIII77S4I ... voice of nn old man. lJI.... i otiimon in'ople know lictter, an Now compare this with the gradual that I thought him about sixty-nin- e conversion of the surplus to a defici He informed aie that he was between nn amount of scientific allegation a shown in the following table. His voice will make tiiem believe that vv lien seventy and seventy-one- . Erct't whs singular, of rather low pitch, and i cow oats garlic in the pastf Itttmif revealed a very fanatical type, of mind. ture or cabbage or turnips in the tMI3lliH If 8 table, it is the ind"idiiallty of the anf r ,ai ui together with an unsuitable and Irrl-tc- s ls9 food I stated to the nual an. not the strongly-flavore. . l".i Sixi table nervous system 9nn mi 'agent that 1'Iatiron, which was the that contributes the special taste and ISC IS 3 color to t lie milk unit butter And so 70O.5O.O name of the second Indian, was moody tJetltUi it is the fissl to which the Jersey cow to ami mercurial, and withal not to lie hn- - lieen used for hundreds of jeur. These tables sho.v that from 'The agent confirmed my t :.. trusted .1..,. i.r.i ilie , irjl ,1.- - viruriv mid hv which tho milk nud butter creascil SM.OOO.tW). while the sllrl,l,IS opinion of the man h voice ami told me have Ihjcii gradually Increased until of SIII.OOO.OO) in sss vv a converted in- nidi ne nan mane a great ucai oi irouoio the large product from the food nnd to a deficit of i:o,OJO.oOO This deficit during his younger dajs, and that he the ability to consume a large quantity was reduced under the Wilson bill to was proiulneiit in the famous ghost of the richest food hnvu I'i'eli fixed on s a sum conslilerabl," than the in- dance, so well remembered. 'The next Indian brought to me had the race und hnve lieeiiinc an essential crease In pensions, not Uv mentl m the the remarkable mime of Last Horse. characteristic of it It Is true that tin other iteuisof repnbliean extravagance Of a tenor Jersey cow posseMvcs nn liidtvidiiHlitv His voice vv a interesting ( -- Louisville inirier Journal Imrtimu quality, it was frank and of her owi:, but this is a couscqiie nee pointed" PARAGRAPHS. kindly but tiicre lurkeil In its tones auJ not kii Intrinsic natural ability, it antioii. shrev dness and executive Is not an active, but a passive, eharuc If (!en lluirl-o- n Isn't a candi- thllity teristlc, mid nothing more nor les I tohl the agent that I thought date, lien- - John C. ew nud the rest of he hnil excellent executive ability, aud than a result of long training' mid edu his machine winkers don't know it.-- N. he replied that Last Horse was the cation, fixed by breeding Any other V World. cow has the same possibility if tlio .lilcf of police in the camp. In these itnpiovlng democratic Two Indian omn were next pro- - same means are tali, n to form It ami times even I'ike's peak lias grown a ented, nnil vver, luti'xliiccd as .Mr. perpetuate the distinct character And thousand feet taller. Louisville. C'ou- Ilighhcnr nnil Mis Iti dlcar. The lat- every dairyman should so manage his " ' ter held her littl child s hand in hrr herd ns to develop and fix this Im proved condition. Ilesides lielng a public robber, Mn Her volci' v as tender anil the Mclvinley bill 'va destructive to wnen sneakimr tolmr littlnnni-- . MILK JAR COVERS. American lnilutry llcsltles being a i,, ..i.,.,. s,M..,f,. , to ii. it ..irl, ,.... .n... ' i , .i jtcm:iii A Nrv Drvlre Which ! h i ullhttor of ruiiri iu inr iiiaM.-t- niu inriu lJi I V"sll Its tOllt'S nn, and I il Mrrlt, has hail a &t!ma!atin t'iToct on nil lines t j,., Voice UmsU as tlexlhle Mr lllgli- A ventilating yet fireproof cover for ol juuusir,) . i jurum i iiiics-- l moil. bear's voice wasstcrn and cold,nd in- It was during tliu eraof JlcICIn- - .Heated considerable temper. Mysjud?-uicn- t dishes containing edibles ha been Inlcylsin that piillioiiairos at iflc extreme of the women was contlrtPit- - vented by an Knglishmnn nnd sjiown ot tlis population nnil tramps ut tbe promptly by the agent. ' llfa recent number of the London, Inothj-becamu strikingly distinct The voice of little Alice, the Indian vention. The patent consist princiclasses That was the result of a sys- girl, five tnrs old, was musical, a ;J pally of n frame work made in various tem of taxation devised to more dev reminded me in some waysof the cli rp peratel Impoverish the poor and to of a bird, as she spoke her natio more munificently enrich the wealthy, tongue to htr mother . Chicago Chronicle. I also studied the voice of Spotvd, tharles Koster is wander Weasel, and found him of a low or or ing around in Ohio telling the peopln if intellect, but kindly mid good that the democratic party is dead in that state, that tliu taritf is the Issue, The Indian voice reveals acuura' Jy nud that the currency question Is lid their lives, so, too, do tlio voices of on the shelf Mr. Poster I too pre- their more civllled ueighlior. rtm vious. The democratic, party is a dominant impulses of our cmotl.ua pretty lively corpse in the lliickeye lives stump themselves Indelibly niou state at present, and will bo fully our every manifestation of consc by the time election ilny All are familiar with the ties comes round. So party is dead or on of love, of hatred, anger mid dlsgut, the wuy to the cemetery which inn hut few realize how all the comp.ex vote of eight hundred thousand Is de- emotional stntes are levealcd in tlio VE.NTIt.ATIt(n COVKIt FOfl Jttl K fAlf.S. feated by not morn than twenty or tones of the voice If used the w rds e Detwenty-livthousand plurality. overtones of undertones, my meaning shaH.'S and sizes to fit different vessels would bo expressed perhaps more i troit l'reo I'ress, used. The Invention Is urged n parfor the character Is not leveali-- In ticularly applicable for use in dairies Under tho operation of tne McKinley law tho Olito governur.put con- the pitch of tliu volco, or In Its m. for covering pans containing milk or siderable money into 11 manufacturing ncss; neither does the accent i.f the utensils from which customers nro enterprise at Voungstown by backing spoken word tell the tale. It is m the served. the company with indorsements unit subtle Indescribable modulation1- hat Tho arrangement represented by Pig. otherwise. The lesult was a failure one hear the true man speaking n consists of a wood or metal rim of that threw Oov. McKinley into bankru- eminent instructor ut Harvard ha- said such size and shtipi: a to fit closely ptcy,-very much to the legret of that ''words express the Immat.-naupon tho top of tho pan, and over this everybody. Under tho operation of realities of thought." Those liniua. frame is stretched a covering of wire Wilson law the Voungstown tcrlal realities are best hcaul, n.tln gauze, or other sultiiblo material capathe stamping works. In which Oov. Mc- the spdkcn word, but rather In that ble of keeping out tiles nnd dust withKinley was Interested, and which were subtle thing we call tone l)r l . out retarding proper ventilation or ac'suspended under the McKinley tnrill Cocke, In Huston Transcript cess of air to the contents. In tliu law, have secured ft new lease of life center of the cover nr frame Is fixed a 'I he word intluence at first liu-- no An announced In a dispatch from rim, forming an opening seconil Voungstown the work have "oeen pur- astrological meaning. It inferred tc through which tho milk inuy bo served chased by a new company, and tliu the subtle energy supposed to emaiMt nil which, when not In uso for that plant will be remodeled ami new ma- from tho bun, moon nud stars, him tc purpose, may bo closed by a hinged chinery put in, which will greatly in- exercise somu mystic power over th lid. The Idea Is applicable to pitchers, crease, the output. Pittsburgh Post. human race. bowls, jam pots and all like vessels high-priceI l.--J 1 I d 1 strife is so bi.ter and relentless as that engendered by racial prejudico or by national jealousies. Nineteen hundred years of Christianity have not been so potent for tho Inculcation among thoiieoplesof the Christian doctrine of the brotherhood of man as to counteract theeontlnued Impeachment In favor of patriotism, which often Is argument In favor of national hatreds and racial bitternesses. This hind has often been the scene ol bloody encounters between persons of alien birth, who. unmindful of the hospitality shown them by these shores, have carried their old country feuds across the water ami Iisivh disturbed, the peace and order of paits of the republic for the gratification of their own deadly hatred. The orange ami the green have become one red nt times, lighting like fanatics over ocneh savcurences of bygone ages, agery as extended Itself among various aliens has liecn promoted by native Anierlentisin their own fanatic patriotism, their own ilcinqiid tint whoever has come from beyond the seas shall conform in the waving of Hags. In tliu observance of n New Knglaml Nilibath. in regulntlng their personal habits to u This fanatical Amcrienn standard. situation has been deepened and Intensified bv the utter dishonest v of the republican party in maintaining high protective tarilT laws exclusively for the benefit of the manufacturer Thnt policy hns tunlntntncd free trade In" labor while making a closed market for American products. It has resulted In driving distinctively Aiuei-lealabor from all the paths ot indus try anil lia swppileil it pBeu systematically with aliens whoSNavo been coaxed hither by the pronnso of high wages to lij given them by protected manufacturers, who wish to have the benefit of free trade in labor All the while Americans were told bj preachers of tariff legislation that the ono purpose was to dignify, enrich and ennoble the American laborer, ami nil the while the rial iKMietlclnrles were bringing the cheapest lalwr of the world Into this market- - labor with nil its racial prejudice, nil it savage prompting anil all its willingness to underbill native litlxir. The Hun ami the Mav have taken tho place of th? American laliorers at mines ' Tumult and disorder have arisen iti various places ns the result of lockouts and of strikes anil of encounters lietween contending savages. TJie real responsibility for such exhibition of barbarism in America lies at the door of the republican protective policy, that has steadily sought to discourage or forbid importations ot fain rics, but has opened wide the ports of America to the least enlightened peoples of the earth and ha bronght them here for no other purpose than to drive, out intelligent American labor as being too for the grced.v c that would have a tariff law lienctit them In both ways by giving them cheap labor and a monopoly market The inevitable fruit of McKinleylsm ripened In bloodshed at Spring Vallej Kverywhcre in the land It has repeatedly lKirne bloody fruit -- Chicago d n llir of n Tn r Iff. Illsh I'rotrc- - The CURIOUS VOCAL STUDIES. Clmrmtrr nf the .Nnrlh .Vinrrlmn tic illnns as Itrveivlril liy FARM AND GARDEN. WIDC-TIIIED tlir Voice, The Idea that one could read the character of an individual from the tone of his voice w as advanced by mo In a magazine article two or three year since In the article I classified the va rlous tv pc of voice, not from their musical pitch or pleasant quality, but. instead, from the mental characteris tic heard In the tones. I proved the Idea to be correct by expcrhnctitk carried on lietween two and three hun dred students of elocution In this city i ne suuiecioi l lie nulla!) voice has Interested me whenever opmirtunllv wusntrorded for hearing the "red men' Having lived uniting the Cher speak okee Indians in the south, and lelvine upon me voice as an tnilev of ehnr Betcr.ecrtaiu qualities possessed by tin Indian voices at once Interested ami surprised me I'rlor to lsu I spent four week in a etiiitt of Iherokees There vveie some four hundred ami fifty in the trlln, their ages ranging . years from tufaticv to uiuclv-oti- a l'leased with the result of mv lnve'.i gallons willi this tribe, pursued mv studies farther with the lllackfooi ttibe, the Seminole and Sioux found a typical Indian voice, uotwltli standing the fact thnt they vary vejj much in pitch mid quality. Their cwo ttonal lives tH'ing necessarily simple, the tutorage of civilization hail tiut taught them to conceal the lea! stab of their feelings, n ml their ordlnvn mental habits were accurately e vealed in the tones of their volt s particularly when they spoke t i. languages peculiar to ttielr tiltes. T t, voice of the Indian-I- s usually Mil m reticent. It Is indicative of u in ul Won to marveling rather than rcasiu. ng. The voices of the women are ten- ernlly clear, atil someiv h.it tlnxe of thojwimsli women. The voices of the foil 'ry with nge; the older havlnt a we nl, strange sound, which rennuS olu "' the voices heard urn jng a certain cl iss of patients in hosint.il for the Insane. it isthii voice of the iwrly state of pr-- , alytle dementia. Tie voice of the Indian children res ml e tiueli the vo ie$ of negro children '1 'i y are. however, less musical nnd m iv h more qu eU Kven in childhood uirth seems w in the Indian chamoter Thej laugh with thai hearty uiurb inent for which the leirro is faim-d- . Tlie Iiidinu voices nr dreamj in Ji.cy v'hon angr nn ry conversation, usually shriek wltl ut artlcula' ng words. One hears a iong the I ml 'in very few char.icterist eall.v indlvi i.il I omparing hem with t eil voicev mure civllied bretl'i'll, we find 'h.it 1 uiez7o-soprtin.at-In- g (..million llr .nl in ViIikiiMi;!'. prominent manufacturing concern In Instituted a series of experiment Intel) to find out the conditions under viMe'h the broad and narrow-tireIn w heels could be used lo advantage. the ilitTer-Mici he experiment to ascertain in draft Wtween wide and liar-- r uv the upon gr.iss sisl, the figure irrlved at were: AJU . tnunit lulu of wnron nl ImJ ... r ft to start lo.ul with Intosol I'l Infhe ore culllnir I.S.M pound ,,,.p two pound prill to irove ti vloivt p'lll n nn in siirtsvtna loll on iuhmI, In tWilHi TIipj t d e li-liu- h WAGONS. t'nii ,lvvi hunt mid in ft loilrnw uri'i oit'i -- SM pound tiro 3 Imlu wide mi I.'W pounds .impnisl .. Priifl to mote toAd til ilewl rsill ... f&i pounds v ojo oJ . tart to start lo.vd vvtih n li Jlrr " TO) pound ... Until tckiiI oi in rill lo tnoio at a ilea. 1 . r-Xl wtnU h rtmits I pull i rt at oil tu hint pivr- - 'pomxts mrni tiother experiment was vv It li fotir-ui- h rl .. ... . lout on . rW pound (roM. hint tinil tire i. .peettvclv on blivk ivivemeiit. KihmI. Imril, snnJv roatl, gotsl, level, gravel mad. ami in each soft and deip mud. arrived at by the The conclusion tho Krench voices s ow complex no- toinmittee were: pavement t On lnr.l nwds, bliK-mid other permanent and no argument, so far h roads, tiieie .ntual draft is coiicerueil. In favor of the wide tired, the elTVet leliig rather igalnst the wide tire, .!. tu their effect itpait hard roads. he wide tire have the advantage, and ibttt.lhUbenellt In not sutllelently In- - tiirnplke ami niiii'iiilniii road companies. ,1. In soft mud. slush, and under sim ilar circumstance, under which even the wide tire cut In the adv.intug' is against the wide tire and in favor of Hie narrow 4 On soft soil niul soft ground, where the wide tin- - dees not out in. and the narrow doos. the advantage is on the sld-- of the wide tire .' in loading u team, n draft of 0.VI pound steadily applied is as much as should be expected for aalay's work, and that n soft ms! this may mean, when a dead pull ha to be taken, an increase in the tlrnft of t.'JO) pounds. (V The difference in the latter ene between the regular draft of HAO pound and the incrense of l.'Jis) pounds Is equivalent to an addition of l.ilJI) jouiids t tho load. 7 Or, in other words, the draft of the load I' ing iKO lKiurds may be considered as univalent to a load of l.Ju pounds and the difference from the sternly draft of the load In fair motion, and that of the same bvitl stur'cd at a dad pull. I equivalent to doubling the Joad. The committee closed their report with: "We advocate; wide tire for farms, nnd narrow tire for good roads and parpiuentv" .Hxperimrntx at the Utah experiment station demonstrated that a given load on tire drew II fipereent heavier than when on a tire, the draft lielng on a fmrlv still gras soil; on a moist but hard roml the IV inch tire drew TJ.7 per cent- - heavier than the 3lnc.li sub-tatitl- l'J - UL. "Wnrsfiio vou routing out with mn, WORD HISTORY. Not ti i morning, darling, l'votou Sea .ilium t OnlBIwn much to ile" ''Oh, but j 011 must, Mutiny, of llinn ll I've already pit It In my new illnrylliiit Thrlr llrljlnul .Vlmnliiic. Villa formerly meant a farm and not J on did" house. M111. Kv in m (rending llio fashion news) Daisy wa originally tho evo of day -- "Yellmv li tu .ho a very ' fuslilnnublo ciikir " Mr rtniiKR -- "Then our baby or day's eje. Ho a jullcr." (iirl formerly signified any young rlglit In lyl person of either sex. Ir I vveie mv Hod wnulil pardon mo nnd Hag once meant any old person, man vviiiikl ma mow iiiyshi, )et I slunilil whether of cither sex. hi nshainisl I sin, U'cuiise of Its sseutliil llallim was originally a pitcher or IklsClli s - I'l.itn jar, no mutter of what size. Toviviv "l'"i. what I n popular sonRi1 Voyage wa formerly any Journey, posit, A tl tpllcflte will be issued by nppllca-tiowhether bv sea or land It did not mat- Tiiiiimv'i IVlliei of "tliiotluit ever) !' k'etl till.idclililj the post olllce department ii'i hearing." slik unit tired ter. HiiDiM. of the purchaser I Polite at first meant polished, nud 'The people who uo the moue.l order In Aiittnt. service n a savings Institution are usii- - was applied to liny smooth shining 11i mast charming Hummer Resorts, 0! ally people who me traveling, or peo- siti face. vvM. It there Mroover three liunitnsl iliolin liood-bis Sli abbreviation of nn old Irmiltetm. lilt) to 1st fiiunil In Wlsceiisln, ple who have gone to the west to make Kouth Ilnkclii ami tlii a fortune ami who expect to return Kugllsh fui in of parting, ' Clod Im with letva, .Mlniu'-lVtiinutii of .Mkiilg.ui, ulnng the line of e. ist. to spend It. Actor frequcntlv buy vou until vvc meet." Ih fJhlcaxu, JlilwaiikiO ft 11.' I Mill ll' Allien formerly signified lo Hod. It Nearly all 1111 on New York city Minmoiiej-oivler- s mi or ncur lukesvvlikli llslnd out ers In ttic fir west um the nionej order was an abbreviation of a benediction have not These rest.rts tire easily renrhed by rnlb ns a means of remitting money oast. used by friend when pirtlng. vurlitv from .. i .......v...... i mi-- , to i!....ii.. ....t.. it vvav nud numo In tu tliu flannel the "fullN common I tlii practice that at ifc n.1.111.1 .mj suhtcosdress fur tllllllCr ' .iKninim f the iiuiiei-"rdc- r more than traveler or vrson who went front ttiino for every inenl. xn ocromn olllce In the Hstal service surplus place to place with or without iv defi ssnevinra Tliu (lnc'st liiMiUiig grounds In the North. funds are forwarded ut regular inter- nite object. west are mi ninl triliuturv to the lines of Urn vals, motvt of them being sent lo New Shrewd once signified evil or wick- t'likwim, Mllivaukisi H J. I 'Mil ll'jr. 'I1io issued ed, 'lhomn York city to pay money-orde- r Puller use the expres-slot- i orop uf I'mlrie ('hleki lis pt 'ctnUes lo bo ex. oflUo there. New York on tltv pot niioil this "a shrewd fellow," meaning n isqillwuully Sm thorn 1evntnlfp Uuuks nd knd the lleese Ih city .the center of the ninnr, order winked man of .Mli nUsn lrtll,l itrcr lioulluif U sys'tii, nnil all draft ly post unices Moonstruck Is Isirrowed from astrol- InlKlhul. which receive more money-orde- r Tlio llsiiu law were changnl In several ogy. It formerly described one who than thev Issue ate made on was driven mad by sleeping in tho ray ef the Weslcrtl Htiite ltd JiSir. Piitl Infnmwttuii funillnsl fits' Aildrr of the moon. (!ro II llrvrrt'Ri), (lenenil PoMvaecr sad hen n inonev order Is a vear old It Peck at first meant a basket or Tk Hvl Agent, fhlcoffo. 111. Invalid, but the post office departfor grain or other Milyvtniire, ment will issue a duplicate ut anytime 'I he expression nt first had no refert'uiustisnriK ittlilliiiiwri -- Mydear Ills on application There I no limit to ent e lo stye nil vn well for veu to Imton feidnes fur IimIIh rs. hut I wish V'U the life of n motic order, ami the man lint carrlrtl Mnrve wnone lo die any manner of vonr f.iinliiesi so Tar t) put ttw Mi tu tlio vv ho vv ishes to deposit hi money vv itJi death YVyciilTo'x sermon tell how t lis. ken ump " nker MUkutH. the po-- t olllce dcpirtmcnt can keep it "Christ starved on the crox for the retiiere as long a hepleams. Many old demption of men " I)of llo t'tirw or lmuVT money order representing saving are The word miscreant formerly signi- If sn.ltlMiniv Hqueotloiinf time when bricht W.xes, In desks, found ill ilini, manly slp lose tlrunieti, fied only nn unbeliever, an and soon. In tin) administration of es- Join of Are. in the lttrratuie liidilel. eygrvivv vIs'orntMl vllnllty of her 11ml Ikeileslrojwl forever. s.njoynUvitovv. Oct u btvilf, tltUsl will t) diviflo.i of time, was lilotmyoixJer tates The called n miscreant "Do'tTolus'H.t er rimnkn Your Life the post otlice department I receiving vvilhoul Acre 0110 meant any field. ami lar liw It i Awnv." these old order coiistmitlv. home of still lived w 1th this signttk'snee by the j physienl or HhV '', lk. cure the tlitSTj v liallty tint liftr-- n hiI twenty ietirs Max., luinw hm k the vtimniu them are Hermans, who speak of HckP Mere, Ikv will uiske iim Uitu liam'.v old. Harper's Weekly to the cetucterv. nail gusniNtMsl t cure ur l)rutt4 c r IViHik frs HferUng lleaiedy Meat once lurant miy kind of fmul wImck .d nr CO., ntw oric AShAVK KK03I I50YII00D. In one old Kngllsh islitkin of the pracr, tho well known petition Ivren-dcns- l. Memtet "VViw 11 mt tlUtmnstfitl tkewsjir ..nive us thin day tmr dally Hiir MMtreil In huiili ted.iyt' Kluftft It'll irimr. Mi kii , lUpu'itiom t rnm t HlCHt." should think It wit hi lie woke ut ' year old," sW now tivrnity-fo'i- r "Ian Town originally signified a farm or alt. Kdwin Nwuusoii, of White lloek, Uoodl. farm house II It hum I In VtyclllTc in Tin. )liit count., Minn , to a Jt'imyttiit representaVTf n can see I am not very this sense, "and they vvent their ways, Of preveitiiif the Ktlw.', cold, fiiklfkrs tive, "niid a to u Um IWjukJ kimtive remone to hi town, another to his or stature. When I was eleven yvor fover Mi lurn edy Mjrrvip of Pur, whatever the si stem " Willi h ekl t Isvumo afflicted with a wssd u tfrsstle. efTectlv e lnnW 'to tkiXod the skill and kmiHkslgo ot th A Miintercr It iKlievetl by some etyl ttifHWpl nut gtn tho truv remnly plijsleiaii I wa nvtta.en suddealy til, mologists to bare originally signified waaurittmssil bv thoCMtiforuta Pk( hvrup bul on the contrary lean barvliv slate tli man without lands, such a pcrsn h t'Hlit. l'orsJli tU clrrgl liit'iuo. exact thnt) vvkfl It Ihsjtvm. TIh) llrst sym ivnnderliig to ami fro in search mv lvk and isllo loan were punt in alitht. The dlni0 ilkl ot trotibto me of emplov tiieiiU Ikix'r F" Into tusiusie, my tm, ever 'I'sriff was the nntm" nf the Moorish Joiinir w.nnu h ko 'ha HMiMt etui nn Himli atfirt, 1ml It eia4 lohavesllted In my lmly to stay, ami my bitter etperl-nicchieftan AIkiw nl Tnrifa, vvo bail a ntfiui lirr " Mr wnti'l kep It ny inm duriBg the lasttinrteea vetri proveil fortre-- s near the strait of (ilbriiltar, than nj Mhr sa ret. ItesloM Truasciifl. 1 ww of course a M...A 1... . I ...II .... .k . ., that M b.1 tlw , , AI(1 ,, y(n "n .nB .k.1... M...I mti (,,,,,, hilil. ami neviir drniHlof tM a7erlni IM'stoy ...r-.- gn 1 co HpluliHsl u wy ibe lnlereU.Md PWWren'i AiWn.. in store for m& any little Uwk. lliMMilsaeletv.XII l rkdle W-- . (1ikvu. II l.lliel utiee meant rat aad they coif tinted that In tlnio I tlewral inanv mull tracts in the enrlv Hiw.lt, Iter llr I 'raok M would outcrnw mv troul.le. hut when Uver but av of printing were petsoitivl an B,"r . ttll u, heard me fnwaVDg diriug my kp they vouTM nlBetrdai' become Uicrmiiriily alarmed. Medical ni- - ! i'llemlre In character, th e worn ae - , iHui. vke was sought Iwt to no avail, l grew 'quired it present significance. U.i Ta 7as !!cta ami vn'tniiMiu.iivtiiHitv j rapitlijr ivun-yRr,i Whfonee Btiy stlek. rod OT pole. ef IMnlwtrr ittat about and fl.uvlly Wamo cenflaetl cm.tla. ,r,lt u .till .l with this eumff HiillMOt HlVMteot-"lisMh ' . tttl V to fflV Issl The t.eit doe ton Unit ou)tl "on npplil to vnrbm part In l.a-- were cmiulle.1. but did ixrth.mr for nf . . MM .1111 tmn.nl kI.i,. .rme I Irteil varkm mrni ei extiveiy WW return. Hradl and the like. i.lvertiMsl pWnl niotiietnrs wtui iiv iim enVrt laeia with Hiewt's Mubir lop. Shake-apearImp once meant a chibl. , tu tsaatv .ihw result HUla llalr uad VkWwr year I was thus a the the sjfklng "lir Intwelve long ntooy vrilhiMl rw(4lt tower, etvlls themotImp.children InTayMl must Is dbaiMMiHted with tl.e Irwrr etiHit en wy Uslj la nipiJ Jeremy ftompreheftd Ida beCots fm aliMss fornieit lor. In one of hi sermon, speak of lhlB of life tbe racercan llnlwer. full value nf ami the vvnrld lnlt.l I nksl very gf "the beautiful imps that smi? tinpe dark tome. About tin tim nm-aato PHm" tne iviotir in lite teitille- Cure t ft Pott WkooiMoa wa sgonnundnollilngseHillefH,iittore- M P Dir.rEK.01hreep fab-m-y nt- ten tnysolf tutavnii.l bitter iu is itisut ,i riixs tku Afltr. iursssfiil nsortlvN . Nov. II, t". Ave , liruuklv), Unlloii wn eulkst to Dr WtlhaMs' I'lnlt S ivv Hras. that U the f ttimlation of Like .1 drowning nil tnvtss';il farming. Sow Pills for I'sto People. Ti' 01 I m .isljr va'uahliv, you m'it thl fall' man grailng at astraw,ln ltcordist-tto- n Ditl you oval .'lit ef wUduM. Hox1ihsi hear of six ton )er a re Imve l.. tin- ast l.mersoti I eoncJotleil lo make orw uinrd albvmpt an 1.. lo u to set to retrain mv licnltli ti dsro not my sulier' vee.la prtsluce P,v h yieltU; 00 Im.Ii Wheat fiOto0 bushelsl hope so uiuciti bet If jsisslWo to ease I could get relict pain ela! t ut this out nud siid for fn "I lionclit n box of the1 Mil aud they sample inter Wheat nud lints urn. from a most horinltcuiMiuragrst lo do me pood. seemed rible blood dis aud continued their ue. After tskin? six Full eatabigHC to .lolin A Sailer evtl boxes 1 was up ami nble to vv .ilk n round the Co , s Crosse, Wis. ease I had spent hundreds of dollars house. 1 I111T8 not t so well for thirteen year as during tho past vear Only one trying various remedies and physi"In view of Hie ritmonln v hiti venrhavol taken l'r Viliri!iis' Pink Pill of isml oil. Uvuni," said Her- - , "tlon't trln cians, none of winch did me any v..n and 1 nut able now Induction and all nd think I'd better siv turn ' irtinl.iile good. My fniKcr nails came off and to light tluties. towerf-Uiksis- x, rilbuiH' "Do I lnvsitAlo to let you publish what I came out, leaving me pty have S.1I1II No Why should II It is tho Tlie Sworn rnriiiralnri perfectly bald. 1 then went to and 1 nut only too gliul to kit f.tlior truth sufferers know my exp.'Heni'e. It may help Of ihe rlpxnlih lmtuWllon never InfiK'ted tnrtiirei more tin ml fn I than lU-.- cr.dum. uitery Is a full these vv lmj Iir the vieltm uf intl.iiniuu'.. ri ilienuiatlmti as mine vrai In the past " 'Itiothrniik' furntof Uil lunkoli Is conHr Wi.liam' Pink PtU contain, In a at thr sun Hoping ti be cured by tins celebrated to sufllilently juilnfnl Arrest densed feriH, nil tho element's HiMtetiei ana avoid Htimuvit llkter (five in iv of" and thiiliifs to tlio IiIihkI Uh1 with becoiTiUiKaliffltrtngmttityr TlK'llllbsrswIU treatment, but vcr soon became dujuste roloii li iltensl nerved. They i are ulso 11 rewuve itialaii.t and klltiov r.imljlat ill ami decided to try S S S. 'I he eilect w. I sins-.fifewuk's. ecullar tor trouble , iwnila, lonstlimllon. nervuusne hihI neit truly wonderful I commenced to iccovrt Irretfularltle ami all such iKSuppn-sskin, rutiiotly ilebilit.v uml hasteni csnnva at once, and 'I ley build r lud liken twelve lot-tieforms if weakmsss mi tliu I tvaientir y ruted cured by blood, nnd restore the glow of IikhIHi to . . In men tlie) effect t hecks. pale ami salUlw when tlie worbi Kvriir aln a radical ure in all case arising from ncxed to other vv III hath sowo pleiisiire an renowned admit of simie Hil mental worry, oTcrwnrk or eiis.e of but envy It, or wautsbuUi - llurttm. hpiinfj had filled. Pick Pill nre sold in whatever nature Wft S. I.OHMI , buxis inevi I In loet-- bulki at M colli a Ilsll'i Catarrh t'ntt Shrcvenott. I Ihh or six Is'Sf for t ).', and mav be bad of all driMKist. or 'Hns t by mall from Dr I a Constitutional ('uk, Price "fie. tiuo. lull is srtcile. to.at lii.tM lT T.Tvsi HUUHtW, A.Un.1. XVllli8inrIir!lilfcoOuipauy,tscI;''wtady, ' Willi stli" lab-ithing In bbxiHtrrsI N. V. III si IN llll, VVOItl.tl. '1 In- lllol UHhIimI Kill will Is ' Truth The Methodist i'.pistopul church, sometime denominated tho Church North, has 13, sill organization in tlie Mtin-nyl" 1 1 j n i j y ol postal authorities at Washington, that used a a tho post office department saving bunk now byn great many people. Last j ear thirty thousand duplicate of money order were Issued. Many of thcu were issued In plnco of orders which hai' been Invalidated by defective endorsement or hud lccn lost, but n great number of them undoubtedly vver.1 Ustied In place of money orders which were purchased for the purpose of depositing money safely In tho government's eh it;. A money order (or, us It is willed now, a postal order) Is a certificate of deposit. It pay no Interest! In fact, the depositor lias to pay for the privilege ot making tho deposit. Hut the fee charged I only nominal, ami the safety nssttred I greater than that of banks or safe deposit viult. Kven the lo of the certificates does not endanger the do- 1 SAFE PLACE FUR MONEY. Hanking I'olt Ortlro llrpirtiiirnt ,V Imtltiitloii. The advocates of a postal savings bank will find, if they iuqiiiie of tho A Th Hijlest of all in Leavening rower. Latest U. S. Gov't Report Swing RdyM Powder &32s353T B&OIAJTEEY IWtftE S ls 11 4 -- one-hiil- irr( New-Yor- 1 bl Mife-dopos- I j u-- v.iut-iHi- i. 1 , li.nt 1 )l mt 1 nnt-ursl- e , pr !l,"7 '""" m d if. 1 ,. Hr?. K.-' ... ... , uf-fr- r, Prcfr htntlmUt tlk Pat ,... rani.,.. hn- sail-yar- c, ll n-- vv - V BEF0B! hair U'-- Ii ciof y u PBSNGS 11 rxla-trt- letni. 1 s ,1 1 oa RSS g&Q09&& aMltjt vim w t - ehttrcheX having a seating capacity of y 'I he valuo of tho church n,au3,Tirt. pro-liert- I'nitel btntes, i and owns '.'I.stl - j l. anil estimated at the membership, according to the elev'j 2lu,3il. enth census, was SU0.733.tO, I Ar-- Z "o a. ' ,CV'iJf''p)"v5.!5 vlwxatortwvv, 'd CWaQwC-iiTOV'j.vittOT- v a Wm-- rT vM aianlt 11 Hi itt: fr ' nfTec-tiona- to . - .. J V J riii-n.- The Herman Krangellcal ProtestChurch of Notth Amerlc- -. hns n membership of 3D, 150, ills bled Into fifty-tw- o societies, anil owning fifty two churches, valued at 1,17,410 ant -- 1 MVn v THE MARKETS. commoa II IS ro 4 AN Cincinnati Ana 6& r ltd tiutphcra HOriS- - (onitnon. Slll-'KGKAIN-Wheal STOTIC-Cnt- tlc, Cholte I.A.Vfll- s- s1r riXJI It- - W'li.trr family Oau-- Ko 1111- -HAY-Pri- tlontlpnrliers .... . .. v it a tl a oi i HI n i'VO tl SJ 4 4 ns 4 SO Th.vt"ucil up" feeling Pair Saimno tliroiir,h life for the pctsou who keeps in health With a frpid liver aid the impure blood that follow it, vou are an rAty tirry to nil him m miiiifitti Tim RIINI BLN rrnIAl Micklnr ol a itoie Tim sins pAsin J1' i POU.sll or a milck feTl7JllWV atlrr ituinrr snln. a'pllel and nob l.hrd nith a clellu Murtn lire., I'rop., (anion, Man., vjt, , oT'vaTi..vry t''- "fL'Bhv &'MtHOVi MOVU POUSIt In rC Hx-lio- v 3rt I'oniNo. SinUinl No. No S reil 8I IQ'i li"'( m t'l . ,,. :to rholce i the firtvv, unlns that your liver ln't doing it vvnrk . Plctcc sC.old That i the time Intake As nn ppciinnir, en Medical Discovery restoratlvr tonic to tepel disrae anil build up the U'cilcd lleh anil tieiiRth then a It tugati uothiiiK lnniial if into litaltliful ac'inti, puiitirs and cnrel. hluoti btAi e tli1" uliulc system unit the rrstorrs health and vior. 1 lr !7J Dtit lAiuvh SJftTQ i H Mrirl.V III II VI H 'Iuti)sN4. lLlTl Vf?l lnati '(K ISIt i'ms-rit-r- iv W i: IIII-III- III S W -- . III IIS II 111 V1IV1 w S lair tSat ) th A4rrrt fmtal la ,. . . TOIIACtO-Mcill- Hootl 1 I'HOVISIO.N'S-M- nt um leaf fxirl;.. . IS 10 III I.I oss f.aril IlUTTIIIt-tTielAPPLKS-Prrh- -co I'rlino 1 I'rlmo Uicholtu ereouierr bl irui ... dalrr rbbl UXi' wn it tl3 till M) Id W ' 1 f") I .a t U H u n a 1 1 w M) IA) 11 il s. NIJW YOII1C OIIAIN-Wh- eai ini.r nutent.. No rOKN-- No OATS-MU- o tred ed. ern Inorlh'ru SrnUotl ,. , 35 n ti II it 74t( TO'i t 1 I'OItK LAKU-Wral- Now rnes at (III fu ti. e 41 3 13 :' Tl 4Vt Am K to tliu women who wash with Pearlinc, when they soc a woman washing in tlie way with soap rubbing the clothes to nieces, How it looks, ! out over the washboard . PIAUK 01IAIN-Wheat-- CUlt'AilO AVInter -- No natonti Sii-d...- roitN-Na- No. Sf hic.ico siirlnc S... OATS-rOHK-MLAltD-Mii- No 8 ........... 0 70 tu nm a Hi ci U lit f!H viu, 11 v 73 10 - 07litt0 HALTIMOHH r 40 1 rr.OlTR-rnm- lly aitAIN-Whrnt-N- o.lt. Corn-MIOflts-Ml- ied xeJ l f.Attll-lltllr- .oa ! 4va of, n Oil (0 CltlH w 4 ro n s 70 to' :'( nji( I'UII-K- Mens. 'ATTf.B-first OnAlN-Wlieat-No. miW sV .- - rubbing away her .strength, wearing herself To these Pearl-in- e woiivn, fresh from easy washing, she seem.'i to "wear a fool's cap unawares." .Everything s in favorof Pearlinc easier work, quicker work, better work, safety, economy. Ihere'a not one thing against it. . What's the use of washing in the hardest way, when it costs more money? m JtlXI.- S- Western lNDIANAPOLt.'i Corn No. smtxeil Oats Na Smlxed rLOtJIt-Wln- ter oriAlN-Wh- ent quality 2 . an u e no 41 4 37Mt POPULAR NOVELS. PEPSIN fTv 2f is aK i 4V ADAMS' VKB. TUTTI k. I - FRUTTI la. W LOUISVIM.t: pnttnt .... .so. SriJ ,,,,, Corn Mlied ,. Oats MlittL a 81 a 4 5A packages contain n list of novels by the most popular Authors. Five Cents In stamps will procure any onrj of them delivered A $ POHK-M- ms LAItu atcim ,,,,, Ayaj .CalM. a V t "J ' 'VVsi,-Wr'VV-Vrv- ao uaj vaK W tvws)v