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Hlree! next door to THE KSTAM.iSHICI) riitliuHl.sm RICKM' - it -' aim. -- , aaf" in . . ' ' COURIER. 1807 FIHE.J0B PRINTING KXlTiCUTJOD WITH MEATNESS AND DISPATCn. m SALE DILLS, DILL HEADS, INVITATIONS, aT.OItOl. WA M.I.N, t t Kdltor. IAS. 0. WI.AHN, i Assistant IMItor I'rlco of Subscription, 81.00 J85JI. INAUGURATED rMinley installed and llnlj.irt in OlllGe, w 1 " os Pibiw, tie oto Kite ,tuj rta Itvenmmende at k a w yyjg.imTiw?wt lih as ilm tnltntff men ro in by. At loatl n tsllii men tiiuus.o i inrntit voiced a roniinuout welcome Iron Ihn llm the procession slatted until Ihn eapllol km reached and thete vutlf erallnns wetn ttlll mor enlhvlstll ally echoed In Ihn rcliirn trip The grand nil.. bal entrusted with the diwat (leu Horace rection ot lonlar's Porter, formerly of th it a of Oen (Irani Ilia urKnlliiir skill hsd been toiled fa tac well hi In ur . hneteort, largely military, bat also can (tint of governors of different states nJ other distinguished cutili of liunar which accompanied the president and president rlect to the capital, naturally fotmed In Ilia Immediate vlolntir nt Itio whlit bound I hi etomllve nianttun Tb eltie orcanliatlnna wlilcti tyi;ord Ihe president and ea.pretldeni on iliclr return )ourne Irom end of lu obtH4. thn tu.Uollo the hlle homo or formed M a.fjacmil Thl All iiluli arrahged to tbccapllol erouqda. Into Hum ihuii t of tbe pitapla and It theeom. wilt ittt mHiiYgrdll thai eicb dllWn tell to im ai ing Bi'ixjiniau uiu mvavui .aci or , uuunorem v. fn efcrr branch of Keaabrat la demanded 7. aotnutioa ... kte government at. all timet? but specially like the present of depression In r taiterl4 i :fc. wfcjBjA.i.1 T nnaarfTTiCnr butlaett and dlalrrst among tha beipeople ob Tha serarttl economy mutt tuiblle exntndlturet la all at all available pidnlt and wero wjfei ii lno ul lo lo n ' f rr 'I i Iniuatloriiitreilr of arhtimthr 'r'"l?u Iraudrii ihill and. iiMI'IM mite Ultorenotinn proipnltrof former an ". j tuinlilriet) dm! the pt I tlo io.il of the ftlcnrtt ran prov pllr attain It. we reionut j -;; ,u" ov.iti ana yreat llrltaln tit ths country Im ilo directed that audi a re am tr.tt "aumnt-wturn our fco In tbnt dlrcctioa nnu . ""..--""- to the senate iwr lit ratltleation In liw rpljn1l lntrl. latino. JIOFlIf I'Ort Mil u Blido m to reralra thatumortot li. rlnrt Since this treaty It elearlr llpirtloi ail our llmn-o- i ccii to lie th trnihl.nm tha aliuatlon may ftPIMar. con-- I Januatr last. own ., found. leklng-- .I - .result of our.. .. .lulu nit.- ..sine it t,. ....! ulij ctoi" mm jurtliin contention. Tho e . . . ftrfaa "... not, t -- ; . " " '"ng reaiure of ur fori at i iwtlincnt l. l all eonu, wnrtli a trttt and llspotltlon or ability lo relieve-11In mr opinion It oin but proTO bouilkul to leglalatlourondoao. 'rite restorotloa ot Cbn ' cigti p.iiey ihroughout our entire national tbe entire countrr rWeltCci and thd revival ofbtitllleas, "J15 !., ,;il i'no"J',,';ilof (llffleu list by ji. MthcC ihirl by fores ot armt-a- nd Ihn question l IntetBalldnil blmct illl:n mtU ol all parlleil d mtoclt dealrts. depead niece me gioriom etample lll Imre f rir al( eifneit atufitlot It will hiord largely upon me prompt, eriorgeim V intelligent taction of control than upon any ","":"" """ B0 Pitnoa anl war, It rnr cO'ntunt andedror la eecuro u aHMlrn u, x r.,u..v . fin Ik... ro,. 110111 hetween !... (ration with Hie other treat common 111 pott, other Alngte egency affcetlng lH situation' two trtot tne wnrld until that It tvaN It la lilaplrlng loot lo retnehiber Ihdt no of th greatest n tlorli ot the world an ettrnp! te,rliln lo be followed b Ifnd when the, parllr between our edit and treat emergency In lb 101 teareof our event Miter moser ipnnj from anl It aupiurted b fitl national lite, hat eierar.tjn. tUathaa not others. I respectfully urge the ettly action ef not thoroUllte ts.de ill thi tiro IrmmU, tno been met wllh wltdom And rourage by the the! aeittio thereon duty Merely as a nutter of lo mankind "n, with Odelliy to thobettln' policy tin a a lu et tl illver alrealjr colnel, and American Of rjolbee and moral Influence ot ibe ot tsst ratlflea- .!. ami hlheal duty and to tha Bohor of sui c:s7 tsnsttsr put. ireaiy can nattily be averettl tfitt Theso year tit, -- m A'lieliaaii m t be'ktil eonetanllr at th tana the ctute of advancing clvliirallon. history haTl ctalted ' man maied sold tijr errjr resource at pur tommti L TUa alsrlous cause Il iauif tvell encat. iho belt thought for advanced and "the cfrdltot too RoTornmrnt, the InWgrllf -- ' It feted -- the Eldest NEWsPArten ii4wi:sTi.na itEfrruoirt HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, JQL FRIDAY, ,MARC'ir"j2, ' ENVELOPES, LETTER HEADS, ETC, ETC. VnT xxxiT .. CONGJtESS NO. 10. , CAlaTa AND SICK "US. " "" .,. ", ": lTY-'FOUir- THE POWER3 ttlll, -- - rr oite' prervLc jia VJME VtIV i" 8 eted tiartytgsertaiDff-awtnerBr-tt'- t' ef freedom throughout the world ah 1 immeav uretbly eVreaglhenett tbl fJrccIoui free Inttl tMtlerft which w enjoy. The peoela love anil trill sutlalo thete tntlltutlont. Tho great lal to our liapplne.s ant proiporlty la Hut we adhere t the principles on which the goternment wat etiabtiabel and Inttat upon their faithful obtervance. llqUalllr ot right roust p tvall and our laws ba alwaya and every wherrcJ!Uitnjt taPfnn and peepieot everr rountrr ana )tuteont ley 11 fortunate that It wat eit; to its United auiet lo have tbe Ihlp in lo sr-n- d a woric 1 11 S eond fleaslon. WAsitntoTciH, Msrch 1 SmATE-lll- lli pissed Kor the pretention ot the Introduc tiort and spread of conta.ou4dlteaici in tse United Stale, fortification bill, approprlat Ing It 717,111. The house amendmenti to the senate International men Mary conference bill were concurred In, without a dlvltlon The remainder of tbi esstaa wis occupied by the general deficiency, which appropriates 110,311 93), nearly 1 1,000 OX) mor, than wat In the bill at l pined the house. At 8 30 a recett was taken until S p m. Itocsr-- A concurrent resolntlon wat paneC authorizing the printing of 10wo copies ot the bearings before tha committee on bnnklntf ant currency. A notion to autoend the rules anc pus the bill for a settlement by suit or compromise of the claims ot ths United Htniri agatnst Various slates on account of defaulted Interest on Indian trust funds wat defeated. Mr. Aldrlch (It, lit) endeavored to brlnir un th bill prohibiting the transmission, ot paperi i.nllHlni llltea,ltVtl..l raA..Mio "' k.I. m ""- - :r"T '.:":lrr'"7 2 a Com- kUek5!TB,Bfefcr" 1 V Vhe New Tresldcnt Favors - oty.fj v. mission to RtTise Monetary Laws. eJnfgkwex JFialBaTaVi tn (ha Trl(T-lr- ca Ilia Hmala llpuii trratxl'alla an Mdrala Inrrraie fprntf l'lt .tttl.wi by III Arbitration M.olus IIOI. AHA IIUSIINBLI. .Mart1i.il Fcconil DltUlon. rrrtl'tent-rlee- t ot 'longraa In t Marcli t.l It, W fill I.olih nilr eailrloa hit rail AV.ininntOK March William Xfrl.lnl.r rircrvuin yon the rnrmj pretident ai nt Ohio l 1hill.d (4 ln.ull.l-MteR lo the ubit bou.o rtrortM by the of tit I'Mir.l Slate for Ike irM vl fuir yeara. rnnllMulna- - imid the ft'iirtk v March traietHWH Ht t appointed for thepurprae , wheie l)l, ihI t.ruter tli.rianu lur iho .rrvnd ineiil. inbe nw jh the hand.ome title apart rrrrltrtt anl welcomed tlmn wit-- d from 11 raneia of the by I'retl leal Cleioltnd and lilt rtb-ln- l lurn ef pfaiditt aad ir elrrrl Iken the two itieldenta drternded tritatnllln In hla rarmrujr a ei rtrmhirat the while hou.a ttept and lofclher they ea l has tiHlaoa ll.lft; (irolrmfkirr In. Iinme Iwir-kerI rarrlae Mr Cletelanl ! llrnjamin lUmaen All Irred a tlltlag tfltne tl'tat and amid the booming of Ik otlirta wilhln thi lir etnun lb of eatalry thedrcp bearer n or iiKraion bae elfclif Itw flf.llnlr uf the (tool Auieitesn rriwllK-IJnro- ln luinbleol arnllrry ihe iietauted Irnrrp of many column of lafanlry anl tbe blare of In Jnkaavn. Uraal Hair, (.artlrkl and numerable bindi the to the mtreh Arthur hate xhch1 Iho alknt ma)nrltr In another fourhorte Incidental lo tbe actual aa.uifiint sf oftlM cHlil began lollewieg prrttdent lbs e.irtire t. ihe rr.Mcnt and allatVllT pin4lg It in role lcrI'rr.ttlrnti:ieet llolart ard the f N. fvlnl of llnte tlarrcl A dtpuied to aeene Jrraej (a rmtleman birrtcifro pruwinri.i ot hit future Outlet eteert him 10 theatream 1 hen In a long I politle.)tw In n .lion. tlio iwih at u(Trc at ot ran urn ram the dlatlngulthed gueait lc proWral at xhti Uailpl Sialr. and The Inatallad as ptraldlnf Mcr vf the of iKe.Ment O. peraen tl eteorl wat troop A w) eatalrvnien tnouutrd 00 totrl tad rn.tA ewal til rk ebargert and ttlll mo e Interatl. ekararter-Itr- d Ihr rtcdlnc' f tag a efettekwteal of gririled telerant from br all the im tirular rffxti ihe Iwmlfiklrd Ohio tolunleert Ma) ( ii. latarral oil n itld regiment bate taiK a fraiuic f laan(wr.l Oew. Seltan Mllr commandleg the at tha rMitm liat adtaaerd U Statet army and Ittar Adm. (ieerge United rerrBMilr llrown aiol -- ullh. fortr aM lift mm furrnrd In rrm iwaton rrl-I- t ran. Ing wkteer ef th navy la full uniform rttkr lutmedkiirly efier tte prrtldrntlil rty (Illltarr fwtl'r fit a ad rxHtlral Ikr ot the flrtt nivition Con bo Mewf tr rinc prpaMrat ittnl m.elci i an r tar witrrl.lr drill I anl h .ivl.en ely fftim tkiaf4i. Al 14.1 .M Mi Apw ii. . !" .1 M.l.on.1 ct of nuarJ bf thr I the admit itirmiw ul iho aatk vf cm r ouaii.it A Ktor brilll m an I intpirlnr on tbeextrta itt'i'iwn' ika a 'id lie -- em ih.n tkit ptri ef the ptgant pretented 1 or aurmp I w dl imra ta ikr Otliorr l Ihn m pretltlaat t Iturl InaHcwal uddiraa roal.i k.rttiv it pleiureti ttittid ittu n o. the par de wat not. and al nlfhla cf(riMt lUlt It. II at nbltk in lb rttet 11 public Interett Ilia pretldt aad ! ptpiltai Mil b proa thai tl I eked the preterre of a prrtldeat villi rtlThe e rorredl(a nf rwtlelpt e prreidcml that bait beea ta lieu to I ftarefxi imrnhitHf tt pr arnlr.1 to ihe admiring tit miigt.1: aad laeoiatair fMt lata. ef Ik erwad ihegtrrnrt til ten greatplaudltt alatet tohlh Kaa owlt latamUtad WHf jtrTMjr'je m ctret'kiy Mnitt.Miti .tan wtM J.ka A tli.thMia t n.r llWWIaerimtMllt ! lrm. ta t a a in anl atlppt .H tfStt fc! akaklar liakl on tan ffHb nt Mirth t Ih dltltlna a nttlng hnner At the auerra to the ferferallat hiadt llh bit frem which Ike preldant-lrr- t and JflTfr Ihe tor lllmtitcwt. iode f.et Ata S. Ilutbnelt of tat one wlihlu ahrn Halo rkoirn lltm aim r.kal 1 l.n lultoaeit dot IU1-ag- t t.rrt Oiaat. toa if bit atralned ef liwndet vf rrlalWHia with Andrew Jehnten. Marrltnd IY)ltania oflint lrannal York, (lot list lll.rk in hit bufff fitrn the 4tl war deport ef Ye'Mni tict I'anner nf llllnolt irotk ewly by tirowl rapttel arrmnptak-ment nt lint l)rk of lew, and (lot (..B Juhn A- hl ekwf of t4-- rr U i.eontin, on ihla eeea.hMi earrei.ed to ike full rtteat Al Ike heal of the third ant) la. I dlrlalo of Mr lletelarxt anl Mr Mrltiatoy rde l4o br tk military paia te rede oeearmed Ron (I akle 10 and firva the pjftlK'l 1wr hd diaed U llaward arel alter klu marched thegrlriled Inc.ther at the hiie hou the d ir before veterwnt of Ik tl A It mthy ef whom h.d and they tanck1 I e.rb etkrr a rowpaay an trrett uadet h nt 1 Oettyaburg and t'haita ihe day In whrh iter iMH.frrtr.1 th of tkl Kt t natbtn Ik one la Ike eight Jmileet ef the tupreme court of Ihoother An add ttantl air of erllamr the L'ellrd Malet robd In tllk gownt but Infu.iHl late Ihe prtweedlaia br tKe iHilif oejrief no wigt oeeuptel a from row of lit lielween lb tlwa entertained tt Ik re ckalrt to Ike right of Ihe prrtldlng ntleer llrlnj prMel and hi raklnel en lkknn. Itehlrxl tfccHi in tkeir tir.l-- r of precedence en and Ikote uien which Ike a rial lerrd tke diplt nolle ettrpt. alt of them, el inilid..l if Ike republic rept ike tpwearnlttliei of the Swlat and waa rlrelrd Mr an party eland In vlk aad tentrl American republic, were trulk felt tnre craliHealwn prekllr lnln uniform nnd adoraed nl In hi. iwcre.ior the with the m.iiUM oltrltl lal ln at the of deroriltoia conferred Iradfrof an rnfH.Iif nrfUil pirty tt.n be none-rretWeC'icve Then pretnpilt at like elr womd hat ha.1 in ricortinc the ten-at- o land and Prralilfiil MrHialet ciil-i- rl rntnatanret Ike Ip tdor cktt.ee by hit own pt rbantl-- r tke whole a.tembligo roi--e lo Ikrir rnditUle fw the recel.e th-i- n at iher lltlcal ataoeiaiet ot honor the i ealdearr lki innataiiot nn ihe u.uillr lee I'iraidet-cM.pf drawn p rtla llnea or Am.rbMn pl-Itt- r act apart foelolk"le recrpiion Sietenten tMm the tenlo aecoriltMl a eat added r'nuanry 10 ikr p v dii 1 etc of thanUt tor bit eiurtrty aid UepoateJ but umurrtiiioi tit rtt hae urtiniairmt thiir returned hit tnanVi in alxlliy in ihe htrnmaleo late yeara lorn e br Iff la a graceful urmt tUn the date et Ihe Inauru'" n rrremnny 1 1 llecwel br tiling n a 1 trr pcrUd ot the at 10 atui.l 'for the anl' 11 l dlitlncul.hrd genilem n the unrertalnllei and frr u i m irinenr et who awirerd. in at yeur tctldliig offl er I ot climate wbleh prcyall m Uas mjuj ia the ratnr.Hr Itrokethe anna and Ikrl p.rt tf Martb, rrmtira. leu bite to tcncroualy accorded hamUimelr h.,e Ult-- d McKlnley who had left hit upauiie ef rim-n- t at Ihe :..! pcdraor IiiiMfiii or rwlr nt lllit. trtter Jfwluu p..,t (rla( pmi thdarr ln(.iB inunu in 1 prertnteu wnererer in tne luture 11 ritlienaof the great republic but It Is contol may bo developed. If the revenuet nre to re lug and encouraging to resllte that tree tnatn aaitiaw, the oils, relief that ran come "cm a free prett. freeschoolt tho free and b from d created cirendlluras Hut Lim' letted right of rnllglout liberty and wur 10 p.osent uiu.t uot becuBia tbo porktahct sblp, and tree 2nd f air are dsrer y 1; bus and more unlveraally enjsjed condition cf tbe government, than been our uniform practice to rein evr if rore. oar outttandleg olillgatlont. increato Tbete guarantee mdtt be' eieredly pre knd thlt policy mutt tgtln be returned served and wisely ttrengthened Tbe cor.ttl-tuto- d and vigorously enforced. Our tcvenues authorities mutt be) upheld, thoulltlwtje be lirge enough to moot wlm mutt not be tolerated In a great and diluted ease and promptness not oaly currant nedJs country like thi United btalet: courtt-n- ot and th plnelpl and Interest ot the publlo iiiobe mutt eieeute the ptotltletof the law debt but to 111 tke proper and liberal provis- Tbe pretcrvatlen of public order, the right of ion tor that moit deterring bolr ot nubile dltcuttlon, the Integrity ot courts and the or rrrdliort, the soldiers aad sailors and tho derly a Imtalttration ot Jtiitlce mutt continue widows and on tune who are the pontlonera forever the rock ot safety upon which our ot Ihe United ,'iute.. government securely reits. 1 he government should not be permitted lo One of th lenoni taught br the Itio elee. run behind or Inerenio Itt debt In timet like Hon, which all can rejoice In, It lb it Ihe ell the pretenk Suitably to provlJoagaintl this teat et Ibe United glutei nre both liw prrtent m.nJtto uf duty tho certain and easy retpec'lng and Uwabtdtni people, not easily remedy for moit or tvjr flninelil llTleullles. awerted froai Ihe path of pitrlolltm and A deficiency Itlnerliibli to long at the et honor .hit It In entire accord with the pcndlturet of tha government exceed of our Institutions and but emphasis lie rrrclpia. It can only b by the advantages of Inculcating even a greater met loam, or an Ineiested reienie tthlloalirge love for law and order In the future. Immuannual surplus of rateuuo uiay Invite watie nity should be gr tntel to none who violate and eitratagtnre Inidrnuale revcnuocrotlet Ihe laws, wh-lh- er Individuals, corporation, dlttrual and unJrnnlnet nubile and pilvale or communities and as the constitution en da Neither ehoult be enenuragrtl Imposes upon Ihe preeldent the duty of Hi more loans and more retenne there both Itt own elocution and of the statutes It) ought one In opinion enaet-- d In pursuance of Itt provltlont. I but He ehoiild hate more rcTenue and ehtll rndeaior carefully to carry tbem Into deity hindrance, or effect- - The declaration of the party now rewithout that potiponemrnl A tup'ut In the treatury stored to poaer has been In Ihe past ot "op rrrated by loint It nm a nnsncnt cr asfe poilllon to all combinations of capital organ-lie- d reliance It will suffice while It I attt but II in Irustt or otherwise to control arbitrartn not Ittl long whllo Ihe outlay of the gov rily ihe condition of trado among our cltlient," eminent are (rciter thin Itt reeelptt at htt and It hat supported "such teglsUtloa as been th ca.e during the pitt two yearn. Mor. will prevent the treullon of all schemes mutt bo forgotten however much such lomi to 01 pre. t the people by undue charges en may trmrorarlly rrlirte the situation their supplies or by unjutt relet, transportatbe government It stilt Indebted for the tion of tbelrprojuott to market" This pur mount of ths surplus accrued which It mu.l pote will be steadily pursued, both by the ilium. trlf pir whllo lit ability lo pay It not enforcement of the laws now In etlttenee and ttrengthened but weakened by a continued the recommeadallon and support of euch new r tailed Wwmhkieo?iif rK3St7X tdr i,i tcn rplatt lktiHt Il'tpn brJ rapii n, tui tr lie rpt Irtn al !' l.lt. tn t.t l.h tt irtl .i.n. hdot tattl.! e.4. v Minimi ira TViriilMii'ywiiiTii' ItMialiieV WK m a nmrr ttl ltha Klla. cfiul qialta nn eniil rrlrad W2- - mmm mimjmsMmt - 1K . nir TIIU I'RLSIl'LNT N.,NXW.V, "MT V TAKHS TMU OATH OI: OFFICU. 1 71. v lta elt mi- - ' of the ten tie of the Kitty fifth rengrriit ailed by pretident t'levelaml I neon March 4 ihen commenced. to meet al Ttoliletii pre.ldeul made way for hit . Mr II iiitrt to whom theo4th of nfllre wttudHiiuitieeid after which be uiad ajbrlel In hit ad In. a lie thtn proeeeded tiirntu ateir In tuch at wero prracnt of the Ikeeit'B tettion ucHilrt I ' awjf- 4, T rriV -, dent McMmry tbo brief obligation pretcrlted to litJIHItlii tho rnntlltulionand eefotco the rretldenl atk-Itet ul Ihe 1 inl Matea, and aildrett. Me-ra'l"MVaflyVjfll--J?TC- 5 nine ticllrrird bit Inaugural fellow I lllrent In obedience to tie trill nf Hi people and In their preteore diy the ng thorny trttoil la rn bylhleoatb. I otMume tbe ertluoutnnd reapontlble jutlee ot,prctl " rmLaBam.n-t.-Vfrr.,.11 iLJie unltejjrjtiatet. renrrlir npon'the I tiry men and In.oklntf lh 'aLjvatajaBtiiHrs'MBTi It' ' m '"mi 11 LpMVTP ittitii iter, etalnfhtyjllod. Our faith let chet 11 -- that of the prteldent. Tbtt rorcmenr Qt omplelod both houtca Vn grett nnd many ot the more prltlleird lsolatort nl'ournrd to theeatlern portico Ihrre In tbe pretrnre of an linmente throng, thief Ju.Hce I'uller administered 10 I'retl who.Alenn either ofeccllnnpr liun rontcuiporanroutlT wllh i ns$r il- e Graml Mtrai.M InauafToTJ ira0o. Th jan. IIVO J nir re) JMnBS2our ftTtno later reltaneaVkan upon tbe Clotl of fatbert. who baa eo singularly fa tt drcoratlont of the oil were eireel. Inslr effftllre with tul one nninlite eirrpt Ion. That the trejeury 0ep4itmrnt,thn in .J tpoutllnee of which weredltOiiurid In l'.ictioflhe lol.1llm of allrulct ot latlo x r.icc'ul flulrd rolumnt ot th) cistern fucedn awadddj In atrip-pe- d en Dihtirret, wa partially pant ilcli falllnc ahnrl ef theptdliorntt Uncle Same tioii. rtacllyafiirthofaahltiiiof deplclod In the rimle pjier. and orer aera tbeenlublaturrn nt each end. and alto oter , the malo eattrrn entrance the ahlpld and ' carte el tho United Main were daubed upon a hideout yellow baclcrruund Iho whole forming a tawdry which combination would bate rlrcut n third rate htrryuhrre rite arorntd lo dltplay. waa fine huweter, Ihn ternle eftect tkd even the bad taateilitplayedln the treat ury tlraplogt wae In pan ulliteraledbr tho nlmatrd ronrourse o empUiyet and their ft nilllra end giiette whooecupleil the ifmx !i ch, piled Her nbota Her rnry poatl rtachtd htlf way up Ihe aide of the building ard entirely entered the garden nt the aouth end looking donn I'eimiylmtil.! ntenue Ihe pnvitlon in front of tho ulillo liouae which I're tldenl Mt Uinley re from thing , .tiewed the returning jrucettion wnaofu whllo Vbf Iniutt-- an arehltoclural creation "find 110IJ, alrongly rctcn bung In Ut apparent I) aubtt ntlal plllnrt anl lit general oulllnra the iwrllco of hlatorlo Arlington nnd contey Ing nciToiprrattun that II " alinply a lllmiy iirurltiro of wood ereeted fur u day All tlreol oir IraM) wjt of course tut penJe I ulong Hie route ot tho irocottlun the 1 -- N ktten ting lobroalt lhrou;h the trocba " It areiocdna If Wuthlniton normal population of .txito) had bernawellrd by mora thin au equal number ot tltltlng nlruiigort. and that i:cry building II uoro out to noe the tight wna draped In bunting of on Ihe line ot.in-.rc- h every window and ! colore, and tho nation lolnl of anlage was oroupled. Ihe bcautl-tJ- l atar and atrlpea wero oterywhere tneu, tilth viler upproprlalo Innntra und einblMnt. In addltlnn to thito feallvwiluiiiontlraiuiiit. I!jim bad to.ow talnliture United Hum bei'ii gratultouily illilrlbuted by the coinmll tio of frrtt(toenu tticie xcte cxliltlied aidewallia were roped off and were ho crowded Willi reo e that locomotion waa Impracllc able- - Mounted pullro prevented nny one from iho Atnrrlcan people la otery natlonnl trial, and who wi not fortnko u to long a we obey Ills reininwbdineDtt and walk hum bly In lilt footttrpt Iho rctiputlbllltle ef tbe hlgb truit to which I hate been ealled-alwa- yt nl grate Importanre are augmented b,t the prevailing butineat ronditiont.riiullMg Idlenete upon willing labor and Ion to utetul eiilerprltes Tho country Is suffering Indutirlaldliiurb auect from which aincdy relcf mutt bo had (Jur financial t) stem needs tome revltlon, our money It all good now, but Ha value mutl not further be Ibroalenrd. It should all be put on enduring basis, not subject to an easy nor etablllty Hi to ttlacb, currency should con doubt or dispute. Our tlnuo under tho suprrrlilon of the gotrrn menu '1 he teverai forms of our paper money utter In inr judgment a eonttanl embarratt ment 10 the goternment and a ttfe balance In the treutiiry llierefore I belleto It nerrs-air- y to devite n aralcm which without Ihe rlrriilttlng medium or ofterlng a priiniunifur its rontraellon will present u remedy for Ihotearrnngimentt which tempo rnry IP Iheir nnlure might well in the yetrt of our protrlty hate been displaced by wltcr provltlont Wllh ndeiiuate rotcnuo tceured but not until then, vec.n enter upon such changes In our flac.il laws as win whllo Inturlng salety and rolumo 10 our money no longer linpcte upon lliegntern-men- t the oeccttlly et maintaining to large a gold lenerve with Us attendant templt tlont to tpecula nnd Inevitable laws are Hon. Moit of our Inanclal the outgrowth of riprrlenee and trial and should not be amended without Investigation and demonstration of ihowltdomot the pro potrd change. We mutt be both sure J are right" and "make hattn slowly " If, therefore cougrcat In Its wisdom ahall deem It eiptdlent to create a rou m ttlon 10 take early coiisldorailon tbe ronton of currency b inking and our colnace, give ex them that and laws hiuttlic careful and dlsrattlonaio eiamtna Importanre demnnda I shall Hon thai their cordially concur In much action. II such pow erit vraltdln the pratldont It Is try purpois lo appoint a commlttlon of prominent who eltlicnt ot dl.lireiit villi command lubllo cunCdince both on ut ...... f iri.1. ,il, Ml, nn.1. tn.-l- ul m,v.b aI ttV, ".will. , Hit.... .. aUUiia c Uuiiuci for tie worx terra I eirlti ( statutes at maybe necessary to carry 11 Into t Beet Our naturalization and Immigration laws should tie further Improved lo the constant promotion of a safer, a belter nnda higher iiiurnship. A crive peril lo the republic would be a cltltenthlp too Ignorant to under aland or loo vicious lo appreciate the great value and bonlMrence of our Institutions and laws and against all who come here lotnake war upon them, our gaus must bo promptly and lljhlly dosed Nor must we be unmindful ot the need of the improvement among our own rlllrent, o entering but with tho seal ot onr torefathart cm laic upon foreign production tho United Statet for salo and consumpthe tpretd of knowleJgo and free education and avoiding for the matt jar I everr tion. Illiteracy must be btnltlied from tho form vf direct laxtllon, ricepl In lime of land. If we thall attain that high deatlny at war Ilia country Is clearly opposed 10 any the foremost ot the enlightened natlont of to the subjects ot Internal the world, which under Providence we, ought neediest addlllC-tttatlon and It Co nmltted by It latest pop- to achieve. Kcforint In tbe civil service mutt goon but to the ayatem of I rltl lax ular utterance ihechinget should be real and' genuine not Hon. 'there can be no mltundrrtlaodlng cither, about the irlnrlple upon which perfunctory or prompted by a teal In behalf thlt tnrirt taxation shall tie levied. of any party, simply because II happens to be plainer Inpqwer Af n member ot congress I voted been mad .S'otbln hat evrr at a general rlretlon than thlt thecontrnlllnc nnd tpoko In favor ot the present law and I prlnclp c in Ihe raising of revenue from duties eliall nitcmpt Its enforcement la th spirit o Th on Imports. s rraloua rare for American in- In which It was enacted. In view was to secure the most terests and American Isbor Tho people have service of best men tbo It. lared that tuch legislation ahouid bo had eftlclem who would accept brpotntmenl under t govas will glio ample ptotretion and encourrge ment to tbe Industries and tho development ernment, retaining faithful and devot puh uf our country It Is thcreforo cam lla servants tn office, but shielding noi uncstly boprd end expected der tha authority uf any rule or cutton who that irjc-tlcare Inefficient Incompetent or unworthy The will, Iho earliest at roomful, enact revenue legttlallon that test Interests of tho country demand thl and hall be fair, reasonable, conservative and Ihe people heartily approve tbe law wher Jit. 1. and which, whll supplying aufllclent ever and whenever It has been tbus admit Isrevenue tor puhlie purposes, will atlll be tig le riKi Congress should give prompt attention lo Daily beneficial and helpful to every section, To this the restoration of our American merchant and every enterprise ot iho peoptn. we are all ol whatever party, firmly marine, onre tha pride ot tho seat la all the policy To my by Ihe voire ef tho people a great ocean highways ot commerce vaatly power potential more than mind, tew more Important subjects so Imperany atively demand Ita Intelligent conldcraiii n. of polllietl expression the platform lbs paramount duty of con The United Slates lias progressed wllh mar Kress Is 10 stop defk lenclrs by the restoration vclout rapidity In every field of enterprise We have leeome foremost in of that proletllve legislation which Ins al- and endeavor waya been the firmest prop of Ihe treasury nearly all the gtett lines ot Inland trade r, Tlie passage ot such a law or laws would and Induttry Yet Jwhlle thlt is true our strengthen Ihe credit ot the government, both American merchant marine hit been slcaiiiiy al borne and abroad, and go far towards stop- declining until It It now lower, both In perrrnt ping tbe drain upon tie gold reserve age of tonnage and the number ot vessels arid far Ihe redemption ot ourcurrency which employed, than II was prior to the h bat been heavy and constant for civil war Commendable progress had several yeirs. mado of late years lo the upbuilding of the In the revision ot the tariff especial atten- American navy, but we must supplement tion should be given to tbe and these efforts by providing a proper contort fur extension of Ibe reciprocity principle of tho Il a merchant murine amply sufficient for our law of IKO, under which so great a stimulus own carry Ing trade to foreign countries The was given to our foreign trade In new and adquestion It one that appeals both to our but vantageous marku's for our surplus agricul- neia neccttltlet and Iho palrlotle n,peralton tural and manufactured products. Tbe brief ot a greit poopltv trial glve,i this Jegltlatlun amply Juatlfleta It has been the policy ct the United State further experiment and additional discretion- alnco tbe foundation ot the govennment t. ary pnnrrtnthe making ot commercial treacultivate relations ot peaco and amity with ties, tbe end In slew always to be Hie opening all the nullum of the wurld, and thlt accords of new markets for the products of our counwith my conception of our duty now vie try by graiilln concessions to the iroducts have cherished theipollcy of noit.lntcrfurcncc at Itli tho affairs of foreign governments wise ot oilier lands that wo need and can not prokeeping our duce ourselves and which do not Involvo any ly Imuguraled hj Washington lott of labor to our own people, but tend 10 selves free from entanglement either asalin s or foes, content tt leave undisturbed wiiti Increase their rmploymenk 'Hie depression of ibe past foai jecir. has them the sottlerretit ot their own domesiu great severity upon the great body concerns If will be our aim to puriuo a firm fallen with of tollcrt of the country and upon norc more and dignified foreign which thill be of our nan mil than th ho,don ot a in nil farmt Agrlcu'.turu Juol. Impartial, upon Ihe enforrr lias lanqunhcd nnd labor sufftrcit Ihe honor and alwnin limlillni, rtvlval ut manufacturing will bo n re- mem ol the lawful rlghlsot Americans en n We want no wars of conquest lief to both. No portion of our population It where. more devoted to the Inttltutlnna of Jree mutt nvnld tho temptation ot territorial t. government nor more loyal 10 their support, aggression A war should agency ui every while nono beart more cheerfully or fully (Is enloiod upon until peace It prefrrabh proper ihure In Ibe mnlnlenanceot Ihe go- peace hat failed Arbur vernment or le better entitled to lit wise aad to war In almost every contingency tlon Is the true method of aoitlement of in liberal care and protection. legislation bel tcrnnt tonal us well as local or Individual dif fill to producers it beneficial to alL Tt" tied condition ol Industry on Ibe for and ferencet It wn recognize I as the best meant factory has lessened of kdjuttmrut of differences between c millinIn ibn mino and by ortr mtt Iho the ability to meet tho demands upun them ers nnd employes congren lMd. In and Ihey rightfully expect thttnot only a ) nnl Itt applira dlpu our wat tern ot reiPiuui shall bo rstaMWhrd that Hon exlondod to will uccure lliu larijetl Incomo with tho lean in tlio relullont by tho unanimous concur burden but lh it every mm it will bottken rrncnrf lh4 aemte nnd house of the I arts Tlio I Hlr re.o.u.o. lo decrease rttlier than Inrrtfiau our public llieioaajreii ill w r.tr tiitnillt .... liii.ItiM.. r. .11.1 II 1.1 T 1 .,v r..t I ............ ..r.i .v. . ,.,, ... urn. ... scrcpieu .. .... ..... .. iie'itittion nnu the moat prumlsln;. UIU talte tlao ioreJ u tie UrliUb bouo of tonjaipiu la Itm i deficit l.oani are Imptrttlie In great cmer genclet In preterit th kotcniiienl or lit credit, but a fsllure to rut pit ( citted revenue In lime of prat e for tbr iiiHinlenance ot cither bat no Juatiliaium. Ihnticttwai tor tin government to main Inln lis credit it to iny a. it net not by retorting lo loans but by keeping out uf debt through an adequate income secured by a syttein ot million external or Internal or bulb. It It the aetlleil policy of the goicra. mem rurtucd from the beginning nnd practiced by all parties and mlmlnltlratlont. In rajte tho bulk ot our revenue from our-agpur-pot- ' I rnn-gre- al wcll-nlg- ft-- ..... dc-p- rt 1 ..-... ". T y'itgftY WiteiaVliia'iMf riJdiu Inett ot Ihe senst TVcdneiday was prtnclpill I tyreteii-ir- u lyln connection with the conference report altlioilffli thnttlic rei)Iiof,Jreeee -r r jscay tTawl krattfvtwfi The first to be Presented wat on the appro. .,,rae m 0 ot ft coru,,romfie ft doe sot divsrprlatlon bill for tbe Utlrlct of Columblr. II comply en BIB erilt id arajc trlth tho demand made by the conwas not a final report, however as Vie pott crx ferees bad failed to reach an ngree-raLnkes In Jucksuu couulyr Canovnro, in on tbe series of senate amendCamm, March D The men arrested at Lextagtefii appropriating various sums fot command of the fleet, has notified, it. ments the charitable Institutions of the city Tbe Jlnraklls, tho Greek vice consul; that charged with intimidation rotos ai the) late election will be defended try' partial report was agreed to and a furthet M. Ilaraklls conference wts ordered. The next conference he must leave the island. " Congressman Sena'tor Illackburn. committee was on tbe bill to amend the lawr was recently Instructed by KlnpGeorffo relating to navigations The conference re to iro to Selino to Interrcno with the elect Settle, State SonatoJIJrouaton " and Hon. Ji P. Parrel, port, finally was made on tbe post office apInsurgents there In behalf of the be Tyr pipe line from Sbmersct-JJ- t. propriation bill and was agreed ta nt.,.-,- .! tat ICnnflnmfVt. Mticiilmnn Iloiitx When tbe bouse resticmbled at nnu .woritr t OiicKtoni nas uccn 101JO o'clock, Mr Sherman (rep N Y)clled Tho Wee consul Insisted upon going In II will begin at once. surveyed . ."-, Jp up tbe conference report on tbe Indian bill, the Greek warshin Ilvdra, but this the IlAWtsviflE will build rvatcrworltJ anN o. o. iiow'AtiD. When which th ecnale rejected Tuesday would not permit. foreign admirals the bouse took a recess at t 10, It was underand a stock company a theater. MnrMial Third Division. stood that the conferees hid agreed as tc Thev offered to place a Russian torAt Louisville, Frederick GooU'a famhotly con pedo boat at his service, but M. IlarakIt hat been the uniform practice to avoid all the amendments except two. A strangled Itself to death by convening tested fight was made to secure concurrence lls tlccllnod to accept tho offer. It Is ily horsoon possible tbe at far ta tho halter" in its stall. Tlio or In congress extraordinary In the senste amendment lo the general dell supposed that his banishment Is duo to pulling the horse was to havo been sold the next It lianrximplo wh ch under or u clency bill providing for payment of Ilowman this refusal setilon. y rlrcumttmect and la ths tbsenceofa act claims for supplies furnished the union closed In haviug Tho foreign admirals havo tele- day, the bargainthe animal. Mr. G00U u tte nccsslty I to bo commended Hut a army, adjudicated by tbe court of claims but tho presence) of ft ,ure to coavona the repreteotatttet otthe It failed. In accordance wllh tbe arrangement graphed to their respective governIncongrets In eitr.i tetslon when It made Tuesday tho home considered President ments that they will Immediately dis- thinks the horso committed suicide In lmmlgra veto tbe of ln ilvrs neglect of a public duty, places the Cleveland's order In tho preference to becoming tho property of re.pontlbility upon the txcrullre hlmtelt Hon bill, and by a tola of 191 to 37 decided to patch 000 men to maintain another man various towns Th conditio n of Ihe public trcttury, ss has past tbe bill the objections of the president Al final action was taken bc-Indicated Urmaadt the Immediate con notwithstanding It is reported from a Turkish source living Cuioili,, n hardware drummer nt Mayficld, cimo near ending It tlrtno hit upon the bills to amend the tariff law so at to thnt the Mussulmans at Kandomos alderatlrn of conifjtjtt. alcofor authorlte the sale to tbe highest bidder of drinking protlde revenuet tho pttker lo nnd in the province of Selino have his llfo by on spree.a lamp full of 10 amend tbe navithe conircst, sot to conrcee tt undr such forfeited smoking opium. a where they will hol while started for I'allu-ora- , In no other sene gation laws revise and amend tbe patent clrrumtnanret I can view Stockholders of tho First Nutional It it as expected be out of danger th n th'i neglect of a plain duty I do not liws The forWasiiiiotoi March Sitati continued that thoy would nrrivo nt ralikont bank of New port nre In dismay oter on ympaulzi with the sentiment tbst congress mal proceedings of the senate In esttn It dargerous lo our great builnett evening Two steamers will assessment on stock of 100 tier cent., Intercttt, Its members are Ihe sgentt ot the through the morning. A further disagree- Monday payable in quarterly installments. bo dispatched to fetch their belongment qn the deficiency bill was reported, pople and their pretence at the seat of back to conference. Thk annual declamatory and oratorgorernient ot and II was ordered ings. execution tho at should not operate Al 10 o clock tbe venerable Senator Mor-rthe sd crelgn will London, March 0. A dispatch from ical contest between tho representaermont. offered resolutions exof as an n;ury but as a benefit. There Hcrnklion, island of Crete, to the tives of colored schools in Ccntrat Kenof the senate pressing the appreciation ro iid brino better tlmeto put the government will bo held in l.lchmond April upon a lound financial nd economic batlt for the able and Impartial dlscbargo of Central News says that Insurgonts tucky officer by Mr who arc bjseiging tho town Monday 20 Ihe duties ot presiding than niw The penp'e have only recently und Stevenson W. M, Sliirr, of the Midvooltbat thlt ahouid bo nothing It mora agreement There was unanimous At 10 hearty declared the armistice ended nnd closed 30 the )i the resolutlonv bindlnt Upon the agents of tbelr will than the place. The Ottoman troops way Deposit bank, was found guilty of , alformal proceedings were fast nearlng an end. upon the ob igallon of Immediate action. It hat resisted the Insurgents from three making fraudulent entries on tho and on motioi of Mr Hoar the usual resoluways teemed to me that tho postpone points in the outskirts and there was books, and given two years In tho ment of tin meeting of ctngren until more tion was adopted for a committee ot two senators to wait on President Cleveland and In .harp fighting. N'o further details arc Frankfort penitentiary. than n rear after It bat been ohoicn form him that the senate had concludsd too often of the tntplr MlKF. Klouoh. the veteran tollgnto given. Its labors and was ready to adjourn all n of ihe popular will and the country of London', March 0. Tlio Vienna cor keeper on the old Cane Uldgo plko d II It evident Senators Hoar and Price were oppolat-c- J cori4sp Hiding beiulllt the at tbe committee Mr Hoar ant ounce respondent of the Chronlclo telegraph! II near 1'arls, has gono to St, Louis to llierefor that to postpono action In Ihe pret- n enreof nccettllr would be unwli that tbe committee ot congrett had watted en that much anxiety is felt thero lest spend the remainder of his llfo with ; of ihoexrcutlto bran h unjutt o tbe pretident and that he had asked them to Great llrltaln refuse to join In coercing relatlvcv on tie He was Known to ever" bis tbemti' Itt of Hie people. Our action will contey labors congratulations on me ciose 01 Greece Ab vet Austria, Germany and resident of tho blue grnss region. Oa motion of Mr Cockrell It their now be tut r from mere partltan contldern six be- scstlons Thr retail clerks ot Vaducau have a Hon than) It Ihe question of tariff revision waa aerced Ihit tbe dallv IS 10 p. m.,shsll sen- - Russia are tho only three of the tho ercat nowers that have assented tc flourishing secret society. wtapoaltaaea ..... until in regular tvitmu vi I cln at ti 1 hereupon, nt I Friday v..fnm it ti.. ...i. iw.rain r.-. .tin nni I ate adlourned unlit the nronosals made uy the lorclgn aa iIf.kha Casmn has served 5 years aa In Ibe legltla ............. J... Hoimi. ni n . waters, which Imply deputy clerk of tho United States tn . live day ofTho boutowarn still .. Tuetasy lb aaiouraea wain m it kiMh.flutiuti ..... mlral "" null !!.. lit sy,swvrvU'lciJitstlnt Uiog.cuaaat.a ol ssosars. ,VtoaavwiVVla.i I aiiboui Ibe statesmen baa worked n ntgtat o get tue Wreecc xhc'corrcBjvondenv'wilds Uant ruaricgttt cnecis upon an irly electloa Our I imitry elrll, Indian and agricultural bill e too vessels or tlio Ureak nNvjrvthicn ,'iiBrappolntmciiotIaTtTaVfopd s "Untiled", Storlinir. fello citizen who may disagree with ut I the preallent, only 10 hate tbem pocket re while the general deficiency failed are going to Volo harbor are kept un from Kentucky, to succeed J. CX S. upon he character or this legislation pre- toed hare tbo question settled now of passage because the house refused to sub tier strict surveillance. fer Illackburn, has been mndu by Gov. even tgaiosi the preconceived views and scribe to the htlf million of Ilowman claims (recce' Ifeply to the Posters. llradley perh trilled to reasonably as I trust it which the trmte Insisted upin. The only v. .Nothing' more ATiir.x. .March Tub .Severn Valley Hiptist church ot throb ot wi, s to insure great p nuaneneo than to feature of the closing accorded life was the en than summary Speaker Kced hair utttier uncertainty menacing the vast thusiastic reception standing tote cf thanks to thonultimatum of the reply of Greece Kllznbcthtown Is said by the member of the powers is ob of the congregation to ho tho oldest and taried bustnett Interestt of the United and tbe unanimous whitcver action congress sni awillAgain glist a fair opportunity may tendeted him. March s Sa'eaTK In exec- tainable, but the following Is the out church In tho L'nlted States west of Wasiiisotok for be lake lino of tho letter as delivered to the the Allegheny mountains. trial beforo the pople are called to past utive session Friday the senate ascontinued foreign representatives Monday FoiiiiFsr Koss, a child of Fat Kos, follows Judgnent upon it, and this I consider a great McKlnley'scaplnet appointments The note sayt that Greece, In con- who lives near P.iducnh, was burned esse lal to the rightful and lasting acllle-me- n John Sherman, of Ohio to be secretary of forming to the wishes of the powers, .af the question In slew of thete con stale Lyman J Gage, of Illinois to be secTho boy was playing near retary of tho treatury Russell A A gzr reeomended that the Cretans accept to death sh ill deem it my duty as presi alder. lions the Are when his clothing caught. Michigan to be secretary of war convene congress In extraordinary of dent to certain reforms, but tho Moslems renRich till) Watmn", the Negro wantof California, sett a oa Monday, tke ISeh day of March Joseph .UcKennaJames A. tlary, of to be dered theso reforms impossible, nnd Mary, attorney KMeral IM7 ed by the federal otllcert, Tucker and arier the clovs ot his address. land to be pistmast general John I) Long of Greece was, therefore, obliged to In- I'hythian, whocscapedfrom tho work( levc to l secretary of the navy Massachusetts tervene to protect a sister nation Pre lent MeU'lntey ami house at Lexington, on learning that Cornelius N lllltt of New York lo be tecre Isnl t entered their carriage and were dm An nutonomous administration for tho deputy marshals had a warrant wblto house amid tumultuous tary of the Interior James Wilson, of Iowa, en in tho island, thu note says, does not con- for him, has been recaptured and reagriculture chcr s al elong the route, Prcsid'nt Mc to be secretary of stitute a solution of tho dlfllculty, and turned to the workhouse. occupying the sett Kin s i Ills time MRS. HENRY WARD BEECHER r lo Hie rl'tit, Iht procestloi i the Cretans reject It-- Greece, tho note of HiN IliiAin.F.v, colored, accused of ctvlo conizatt d by the numerous rein ncccpt honis .Monllis says in conclusion. Is willing to Die of Injuries. had been attembled on the Capion hich had the decision of the Cretans as to poisoning his wife at Mlllcrsburg, him Ago at Stamfor I, LI. since early Taurs'sy mortilng, re. itol whether they deslro autonomy or an- to be removed to Paris to savo Sr.uiioi.n, Ct.. March 9 Mrs. Henry torn " and marched down tho avenue and from infuriated negroes who wanted pest i e white house, where they were re- Ward lleecher died at 10'tJ Monday nexation viewed by ths president and his friends from morning Tho reciU of tho Greek licet and to lynch him TltR crow thooting match between a six-a- l aland erected for thai purpose In Mrs lleecher came hero shortly be- troops would bo a slgaal for further Cojlonnd Dode, for SIOO a side, to Iron ut the ci'lflce fore Thanksgiving on a visit, A few excesses in the island, in the face of have taken placo ut Lexington tho days later she fell in her room, cutting which the Greeks could not remain other nftcrnoon, was postponed on aca gash in her forehead Mie fell a passive. Therefore, the recall of the count of the falluro of tho crow catch-- , second time nbout a month later, frac- llect aud troops Is Impossible. ers to provide 200 of tho birds. turing her hip For a time sho seemed Jamm lli-asl, lodged in jail nt DEATH PENALTY to improve, and it was not until reFrinccton the other day for complicity cently that her physician abandoned To He Imposed oo Cuban At omen Arrest- In the How ton mob, was transferred JSk hope. ed by Order of Oen. tyler. to thu Christian count' jail tho other sV. binco the death of her htisband In II v a.n , March 0 Gen Wcyler has night, but more on the crowded condi March, lbfe", Mrn. lleecher has lived Issued an order directing that hereaft- tion of tho jail than fear of mob vio rather an active life for one of her ad- er all women arrested In Cubr. who are lence. vanced years. Sho had not attempted called "suspicious" shall be tried by people aro talking alout" Montici-lito keep up her social dut'es, but with wntor.uorks. Un a mountain near thoi' her charity work nnd literary labors While tho penalty is not publicly Is u spring 20 feet she has been a vory busy woman stated. It is supposed that If thesw om- town there a. ' i isv" i Mrs. lleecher was a native of West en nre found gulltv, the death penalty .1.. Wm. Kkwto.n I.s.nk cried with joy JH&A Mass., will be imposed. v, Sutton, Worcester count was acquitted of tho murder..' 'J ho issuing of this order nas been when ho where sho was born In 1312. Her c maiden name was l.unlce White Du- protested against by somo of tho for of Henry C. Ilodcnbaugh. Thk store of A. A. Winfrey, dealer llard, nnd her father, Dr. llullard, was eign consuls. Gen. Weylor says It its Casey, waa a physician who was born in F.nland asserted that the women aro the harel-es- t fn general morchandlso at evening' to subdue, nnd If he had his way he destroyed by lire tho other ihe was educated in Worcester county nnd Hadley, Mass. Mrs, lleecher would kill them" first and try after- with all Its contents, boveral other buildings Including tho post ofllce, Jied exnetly ton jcars after her distin- ward. ( burned. Vrhe lira originated from a guished husband. His death occurred Fatal Holler I'ttilotlon. detecUvefnuo. 'ititaijoss.aioutriJ,iJVJ, on Marclt 8. ltS7. THK SENATE. NOW rtUMIiENT Or ? IW.IHHPqnA'1 1'iTTaWHUii,-- : u. Notetl kwltadlar Avrttl. ...... .. ... rsst, rtn. William McKlnley then formally entered , ., "r ,:: " j77t"t:, "w " . tv rr:-- - . Chicago, Mm eh 0. John McDonald,. tlonon thtrst taken vve.aW r- railroad, va i iifinni ipniirrBiair tvnrrun ' icon hit duties as chief executive of a nation alias J. W. Leonard, alias m. N. plosion at 1.50 o'clock Monday morn o and Orover f seventy mlllioas of .solved to acctpt no overtures from tho waa Irvcland retired lo his new home st Prince llachulder, wauted in Denver, Kansas Ing. John Dunlup, an City, Hutte City, Colorado Springs nnd killed, nnd Charles McKover, was bad- allveritcs for fusion orcompromlse. ton, N J , to resume the practtco ot law Mii.lik CAMniM.f, a servant girl, ot western cities for ly Injured. 'J ho explosion occurred al Middlcsboro, has established her claim a half dozen other ttulentt Defeated by Tommy West. was arrested Monday an oil well on tho Staples farm. The mlno swindling, to her grandfather's estate, valued at Xm Yoiih, March 4. Tho lion Sherman house. ontest between Joo Wolcott, of Jlos-to- morning at tho effects wero examined engine house, derrick nnd machinery S75.000. wero all demolished, fragments ol and Tommy West, of Chicago, at thu prisoner's Dli I. tltii ItAl.XEYhas beon sentenced in his possession found atch weights, which occurred in the he was &50.000 to hate ot mining stocks, wreckage were thrown a quarter of a to hang May 15 at W Inchester. nenrly worth mile. Dunlap Is a widower and leavei tronn of tho Ilroadway Athletic club iiooi'I.no cough Is raging hi Ilrack . ( Wednesday night, rcsultod In a vlc- - deeds to property and bonds of various four children who resido at West Ke, en county. ..... for at..t descriptions. I ml. Iloth men wero on Caho.n'b directory of Louisville for A. ago. It 5 feet nt tho conclusion of tho 20th 1SU7 was issued a few days Two Thousand strike. Volunteer, forth (IrecUn Army. round but West had dono tho cleverest About 2,000 plasClilCAtio, March 0 contains many taiunuio anil interest,, Yoiih. March 0 -- Mr Ilot.issi. ing faits concerning tho development. JM Nut work aud tho roforco awarded him tho terers nnd hailcarrlers went on a strike tonsul-generahas received health and street arrangements of tho JtJt , bout, Monday, following tho course of action the Greek 100 telegrams nnd 500 letters from vsvi decided upon Saturday night, nud citv. and figures the population to bo New York. Heavy Falturis In all over tho country voluntci-Injmkt New Yoiiic, March t, David l llut-le- r work on pructically evert building In Greeks go to Greece and light. 'Ihe '15.57. to ink persons havo been arrested at has been appointed receiver of Wm, course of construction in the city lias l said .Monduv, that tnott Lexington unucr itiuieiiiieiiis ruiurzieti-bfc Co., manufacturers been brought to a standstill. of Scwat tzfcldcr of tho writers counted their desire to tin federal grand jury for conspirbank nnd ofllco furniture. Tho busiIt. .nun' Operations. go homo with the condition that their acy to intimidate voters at the Novemness wns established in 1ST I and IncorFa . March 9. The passage be paid 1'ITTMH Mill. nau receivcu no lie Other warrants aro ct" porated In 1MU w ith a capital stock of Spaug Iron and Steel Co., and tho tlce from his government Monday ber election. SJ50.000, known Morehfiul llros. . lo, steel work, morning that all Greeks who wlshtd to bo served. Corbin, 50 liabilities not miles south Thr town of Tho aununl btatoment of January 1, both located In Miurpsburg. resumed to go homo to light will have to pay of llcrea, has increased over 1,200 in 1890, showed assets $150 00t liabilities work Mondnj after an Idleness of own passage as tho government population in six months and is boom their $170,000. about two months, giving employment has mado no provision for such ex- ing. 700 men to nbout penditure. Power llmats Destroy.! tiy IMr. Dlt Ilts F. I l.TCHFlt has written a l'llll.Atn.i pin , March 4. Tho power Morn Unakliikr Hut. Wages Iteiluertl. letter to Gov. llnidley, positively rehouse nt Thirteenth aud Mount Yuruoti Zn'fvv March a. 'Iho lOith,, March . Five hundred fusing to resign as superintendent ol Mi Kit l out, Fu strcoti,Sfrom which tho Union Trne National Tube Works Co. has given clonkmakcrt. In addition to those whe tlon (!zv ciianr.itetl n nnlf itnmi nf its notice of it reduction In the wages of went on a strlWo Saturday, quit work thu Western Kentucky litittitle aslutu. .. Tut three- - ear-ol- d daughter of Mrs. trolley car was ilestroj, etl by illcmplojcs, averaging auoui ten pel Mouday. 'I ho strikers Hocked toWal-lahttl"av Mary llrooks, residing near Ilojikins tiro ttrtlucstlay night. Tliolosi is ii limit ent. The i eduction takes effect lit hall, whero thev went to Mon-litSWO.OOO, principally on tho valuable their alleged grievances In mast villa, was burned to deuth the other the tube works department next machinery In tho building. Tho lots is March, and In tlio rolling mill meeting with an Increase of 25 pet morning by her clothes catching lire nt au open grate, covered by Insurance. cent, in the regular price list. Mtmli) Mtirchl.V Al Stanford, after a trial of a week, Vttliitilerra for Hi llreek Army. Apoetullu Delegate for Canada. Support nt tho Anglican t liuri tt invnkrd. Frank lltooks, who killed John Lumiov. March b Largo numbors A dispatch from 4 MoNlllr.At.Can , March 0 The l.on I.UMIO.V, March was given 2leurs. Ten of the tlu of men are presenting themselves at tlou 'limes' stutoncnt thut an apostolic Athens to tho Central N'otvs jury were for murder on tho l!rt bnl to Iho Greek consulates at Loudon, Liv- delegate was being sent to Canada b has teltgr-ipheUrcelc iiietriipolitiin lot. 'I hero w as a hung Jury lv Decfitt-ber-, s Homo In tho person of Mgr. F.affaeU tho urchliithupof laiitorliury inioiinn erpool and Mani'hi'ster olhirlug lieil It stood, ai1") ten for limp .. tn tho consult for service lu Iko Metry del Yal, is confirmed by a prl ..... ....,.- - , - Antrlleuu ehurth for Jer, lirecr. nrmy la Crete received hero Monday. vats telegram lue liictK cau.so. wL4u4 it s;:z ""."""" "" her niajeity tinder jny clrcum ttancet prior lo her ueparturo. It was announced Monday even In? that tho French, German rV,lnini-rsnd P.iml.in have approved tho carrying out qt con.. note ot tho tallica In tlio .1.aaL - I ..... w. T..lt.Identical uiptwB.aoiu1jcuB.v. ttrcece a tho-thre- I.omiov, Jlnrch- 3. Lonl Salisbury Miimlay afternoon to Wtndior !aBtle( tvhero lio conferrcil for1 arym Mtno with tile queen. Tlio subject of, ho conference hat not been made pub' ilc, but It la supposed It hm! aotito bear nj on tho Cretan question. Accord ttf( to annonncements previously made tlio queen Ii to start for tho Itlvlera on Wednesday and tho prime minister nould undoubtedly visited have - No llnulit, lllocknde (He Coatt of (Jrarer King (Itorgc'e Itply l)r hat lomply tilth th LOinandt Made. KENTUCKYSTATE NKWS. ro.tntAsTFit WAI1111..N .tt , Klitun, of rcnt Ureennburfc', Is'dcatl. At Denton, Cora Johnson Attempted tulclda beeaiHc her parents refused to get her a new dress. XV, C aAMiiUDOK died of locltjaw at Bllzabeililovyn, ftuperlnduccd by run nlnr a unit Into his foot. , At Ilopklnsullle, llobort Coleman wns given a life sentence for tho murder of Hdwln Long In a quarrel. " " - , t James M. Gill, for several years deputy circuit clerk at Lexington, re . signed that position to - to Wnshlntf - jfi ton as thd private secretary of llou. lWan Settle, congressman Xrom'lheji dR. JJLj Seventh dlstrlrt. K. MlDDf.ETjW, wfio Whs I0;,,33"J?Hr" JOllH nomlhatcd for ruprbsvsntrittvo oVto'S II n t lKiil.1(nt.ti ,..! .At -af ak.1 1 ,, -- tinn, mh lri ,t,. - ty A. J2T. ( iu..iw. -- .. ,.., & EEH nt mi f p J - Jl-t- tcn ' "1 u &, ll & I eon-re- ts igr-at- 1 .... tit.t.. .. .l. .i.i. pri.ri,v.it -.- 1 - - 1 ... ... 1 ti-- f court-martia- l. -- abovovd - a J "-- rn-n- i p-- ., ' l, g consul-genera- y Ps jet -- a veil-tllnt- j, Xu-vlll- -- ais il ;.., them-telvc- ft "-- ',-- . aV' wV : S- m4 "i - .isai i sS '! ' aatjs-,.- .. z& ' . r . V ".', M, jt. . t . iVii . Jt ' I'lttAwfe af& ' 'I - !H :& U . V ftlAfc.JlI r a.. v . , . v " - " .tv- - - '- -'- '?"wWfc,; . ,tf .. 7 , w h "v ?j ... '". '- . -" - --- vl - --i ",- .rs . "r s . - '.J5' .,., '-- a. . "- iV i r w t B'Z "' It ia reported from Washington1 llccord of high water nt St. Klectrlo Bitters Ib a medicine that tho proposed tariff law will be Louts, Cairo, Nashville, and Gin suited for nay season, hut perhaps HIOKMAN, KY., States Senator from more generally needed In the sas, in a recent letter to tho New full of nrotoctlon for tho farmers, aluuntl for ton rears, from 1SS0 Spring, when tho languid exhaustFitiDAY, : : : mauoh 2, 1S97. Tho ltepubllcau party has been to 1S90, taken from tho Signal ed fouling provmls, whon the York Journal says: liver is torpid nml sluggish nud "The oxusporntiou against trusts trjlug for a good many years to servlco records: HH jWVkB& "?5eaeH ANNOUNCEMENTS. taso. tbo need of a tonlo nud ulterntlvo ami monopolies iIocb not nrlso proporly protect tho farmers, and from hostility to caidtal, hatred of still tlioy liavo steadily been earn. s,' Louis, is felt. A prompt use of this S5fl 0 Inch, July II. Circuit Jinkc. 41 ft lOinoh, March 21. mcdicliio has often nvortod long wealth or envy of bucccbscs, hut pollod to accept tho assnrancr xn,rhiiie. 16 fl 0 Inch, March IS. noniUNS We are authorltel lo from tho belief that tltdliiovitahle and perhaps fatal billions fevers. K. Ilohblna, of OraTes county, 63 fl 2 Inch, Feb. 17. cfTect of those combinations, that the ucxt tariff would do the Omeianuil, No uiodlulno will act nioro surely as a eanditale (or Circuit JuUc In the OF KI2TDS. 1331. In counteracting and freeing tbo whether Intondcd or not, Is to re fair thing by thorn. That Is, the district composed of llatlard, Carlisle. 23 fl 7 Inch. May 8. St. liOUls, digattain competition, Impair tho system from tho malarial poison, Fulion. Urates nnd Hickman counties, farmers huvo continued to live in 0lro 45 tt 10 Inch, April 20. subject to the Demooralle parly, nity of labor, destroy tbe Indepen- hope, notwithstanding tho 33 ft Olnch, January 21. Headache, Indigostion, Constipafact Nnshtllle, Tuesday in Notemler, 1SU7 tloo first dence and self respect of tho tion, Dizziness ylold to Klectrlo 60 ft 8 Inch, Feb. 10. Cloclnoatl, MOSS We lire authorized lo announce and make liberty tbo heri- that many died in despair. 'Now 1882Bitters. Only fifty cents por Dot FIShT RISE. .V, 1. Mo as a candidate for tage of tho few Instead of the for tho aoveralth time, the farm tlo at T. T. BwAYNB'u Drug Store. 28(1 3 Inch, Feb. 22. olfice of Circuit Judge of lie to Ibe I)U, many, for liberty ami pauperism ers aro assured by the Hopublicun ami, 61 ft 01 orb, Feb.VO. Flnl Judicial District of Kentucky, party that tho aood things the.t s,,fiille, Ci ft 7 Inch, January 22. are not compatible. to imy aetlonof the Democratic euhject A Georgia Kvangollst lias 68 ft OInob, Feb. 21. party. Tho trusts must go. It ia writ- have been eacorly looking for i luciunatl, been making a fierce onslaught upon bach coming right along, and that the IXSD, 0 J CSC, KIIE. ten. Thev will not depart volunelore In bis sermons at Kansas City In (,'ominonwcnltli Attorney. 32(1 0 Inch, July C. silting that males should marry as early tarily. They will protest at every next tariff will embrace tho qnati si. i.ouls. We iro anlhorlled to anMOORMAN as fifteen years of age; If unmarried at 42 ft 0 Inoh, June 7. step. They will stand upon the llty nud quality of protection thov Cairo, nounce II. 3 Moorman, of Graves conn twenty-lwIB (I 7 inoh, May 12. ehoulJ be taied 1100 to be order of their going. They will neeil In their business, Thin .NhhIi'III, ty, as a candidate Tor Coramonweellh'a 8 Inch, June 2. donblcd eyerr year unlit when thirty, If 39.lt means that In the oulnlon of the CinOluuatl, denounce nil inquiry ns iniquitous, Attorney, for the District enmpoed of unmarried, should be tent to the psnlten 1833. tlallard, Carliele, Fulton, (Irate and inquisitorial anil inspired by par- Kepubllcan leaders, "the samo old CI tlary. 20 f I Inch, Tab. 20. UOUIP, I. Hickman, tubjtct lo tho aotion of the . tisan malignity. lint this will not gag" has not as yet outlived in 62 ft 2 loch, Feb. 20. democratic party. deceive the people. They want usefulness: that tho farmers oyii ..l.rlll 41 (l 6 meh, Feb. 14. Cake Baking with wo 6 1 QClnnall, CO U 4 Inch, Feb. 15. the truth. The object of tho Lex-n- may still be fitted For Sheriff. Ym CftMMtjt Hake Is easily dono to perfection If you know u 1884. IMHTJ&iBMBLeLeLeeeV fiTUHBLKFiRLD, committees is to discloso the binders. We are authorued to vCTmmBT " It is not necessary nt this Inte Si Louis, Jut how to properly proportion tho sunnonnii Jnn. T. BtlihMefitlJ as a can- existence and tho methods of 2Sft 2 Ineh, April 0. ' Udttit for Sbvrlff of Fulton Cauntr. sub- - Hoy to bring argument 61 ft 10 Inch, Feb. 22, to boar on Cairo, gar, butter, cream, eta, that composo aiiHsisSPVeMiKsleneVs a the conspiracies to limit prodnoa.alBBBBBBadlbUiSLlteJv, Prl It Wet lo the action of tn Dsmoeraiio .a WfSBi9 71 fl 0 Inch, Feb. 14. (Jnclanatt, QeiirCRN the fallacy that tho farmer cntThi nnntrnl nrtcoM. It. Of course, jou select tho very best u- - llriu ' " by lleiiuldlcatO'Tl'a'fle 1 1RS0. benefitted "1d ,ra"B'B, oo'.ipotl lou. tlon. Tho orr luo stinging nrtlclea, but what tlova finality of '."Ef. aeHeeeHLelBeeeeeeeeeeeleBeMV-.23 ft 2 Ineh, March 31. nrfyecHrr-u- i TLUMMt ilew,iiJ P"!;"0 oili on will do tho rest. tariffs is fullhistory of Am erics n St Louts, amount to wl.cn you dontrppurtlun u J2 UFTm 60 ft 7 inoh, April 21. of evidences cC such Cairo, oounocl lumnier aaa can eBer' ise ,&t I'lt'uiutii in uui iiiDunnuiuj may be that Gov. IJradley'i ' It 40 ft 0 Inch, April 10. right? You know If you put In" too 4)i. .,!. 7Z j:rin..,A.TIl.t it m& IU M Mlnutci. Pulton mo pouor or me peopio to ttup fallacy. Tho farmer has always Nasltllle, onneeption of what constitutes " " iii,u)e llllKcn jiiivbii.jii 55 fl $ Inch, April 10. 1 f tho Clnoanatl, action of the Democratic vtltatrj. much butter "it's a 1 allure." m eeuewie Mm V. Oookln lltiylng a 'MnjeBtlo" mofttia n the "hest Interests nf thu pnlilio press Injurious trusts and monop- found protection working against 1SS7. to anWe are authorited XAVLOR aro regulated hy on expert service" comprises the belief tnat olies la ample already. Tho Stato him; uovor In his behalf. His ag- St. Leilt, nounce V. A, Naylor as a candidate for 20 ft C Ineh, April 3. neighed and measured clothing cucod cook, ore M can public ho Other. Chi I nnd ExawIho Them. YshUI 47 fl 6 Inoh, Feb IS. .'the office of SIierlfiTef Fulton county, tho Lieutenant Governor would and outlaw them as courts, enemies, ricultural Implements, ntu has been Cairo, through tho (not guessed) nud arc of uniform qualiforfeit ho and his family wonr he aubjeel to the action of llie Demnorallo make nn excellent chief execulivo Nashr He, lift 2 Inch, March13.2. .U 1- w UU, ... iH'WI't' ty, then tho cake Is a success, und tho Primary, Jnty 3rd. Hitctloii, Xcrem-ber- , for Kentucky, and that a residence their powers, nnnnl their fran ou ti Cincinnati, Inch, Fob chises and declnro thorn against prove how well tho uiMiufacttir-er- s housowlfo "pasfea" It with some degreo ltur. 1888. at Washington would ho as Xe WALKER re anlliorlied lo anaro protected, hut,when Ito SL Louis, of pride, bho knono that good things to a man named Bradley puuliu imlley and void in accord29 ft 3 Inch, Jane 3rd. nonnce UUuJe U Walker ai acandtdile ance with tho precedents ,of bus gono to tho market to sell, no Cairo, are favorably talked of, and this Is Just 45 ft 3 Inch, April Sri. for llie office of Shrrltfof Fulton county, us lo one named Ilnunn; but be many has always found iirotettlon tak- Nasb'illc, centuries. why )ou hear so much ot Dr. Bell's 3'Jft 2 inch, March 30. euhject to llie action of Ibe Democratic that an it may, Kontueky is wholVAftHBR.' AND HBRCILlfm' NATIONAL BAK Rut the nation can wield n ing n day off. Tho R'tpublicm CInclunati, ' 3D ft 0 Inch, April laU ly competent to elect a senator Pino Tar Honey. It's made only hy primary, SilurJay, July 3rd lSi7. 1S89, When the party has found it mnoh tusicr to K. Sutherland Medicine Compatho e are authorized to annourre when nlip pleases, and in the per- mtchtlcr weapon still. At'A.iIS OKeC a,". am. ata., 24 n 4 Ineh, June 1. Ju. It. Adatm M a c.iniliJ'ite furSherlfl son of whom Nlie please n, nml Guv. Snpremoo Oourt decided in the fool tho farmer than to make a St. I.ouls, JIMI JL eu Hjc ny, of Padiical., K, and Dr. K. P-- Suth of Fulion county, aujiject lo t ha action 31 fl 6 Inch, June 21. Hank cases that tho power tariff that was of tho smallest Ad Calrcs Hrmllm has so notified Murk (Inn State erland does the compounding. If you of the Democratic Primary, 35 ft 6 loch. Feb. 21. N. shrills, nn in terms sutlleieutly pungent of Congress to tax was tho power vantage to liitn. have a cough or any ailment where a 38 ft 3 inch, Feb. 22. Cincinnati, Of courso the scitomo of lie- r to destroy, it delegated n formidato pierce even the hide ot the bronchial remedy Is Indicated, you try For Coaitty Court Clerk. 1890. of Oho and he is entitled to ble weapon to discontent, and publican protection must embrace, St Louie, a hott'e from nny tlrug store, and you'll IlllF.VARlt We are authorized In an7 Inch, April 27. 18 fl nounce Arch ltretard as a candidate commenti.itinu for tho doing, and placed in every bondsman's hnnds the good of all. Manufacturers, Cairo, know tho rest of this story better than 43 ft 8 Inch, Maroli tJ. S. tho means to oaucol his captivity. merchants, mechanics and farm- Nashville, for Couuiy Court Clerk of Fulion Counfor tho manner nf llie lining. 60 ft C Inch, Maroli C wo ran tell you. ty, K J subject to I li action of the ers must come In for n sbnta In Cioolauatl, 68 ft 2 loch, March 20. H.nUCHANAN, J J 0 DONOU'UNT, H. I.. Al.KXANfKIt, J A. THOMrsOTt For sale br COWOtLL A COWOILU Dernocralia primary. Election in No- its manifold blessings on paper, Experience Is tho Only True Tent. TIIK ELIXTIOX LAW. J. W. A LEX AS li:it, Judge C. L. IIA.NU1.K 0 II TIlKELKUD. DANGER LINE. VemPcr, IbUi. and if the scheme fails here and PI. LouN, 32 feet. e arc aulliorlzel lo announce F. A. Turner, of the Stale Insurance there in operation, there it nlvaya ilr.Ll O Cairo, 40 feet. Tito Frankfort Capital wnnts TENNESSEE CENTENNIAL OlSce, Salem, lire., saysII. II. Uett as a canufdale for Clerk of Out of the to cliango the scores of cough medicines In the market plonty of "wool." Tho 1'epibli-cau- s Nashville, 40 feel. H.DUCIIAKAN'. Tresldent, J J. C tlONDL'nANT, Vlee.riesMe.1; J. A.TIJOMr llie Fulion County Court, subject lo the thu Legislature, AND Cincinnati, 4) feel.' . will never be nt loss so ong SON Cashier; HEN KUVKKSDAlX, nation of the Democratic primary, Sat election law. Tho changes advo- there Is only ine I hae any confidence In as the wool holds unt. It Is perThe latest aJrlost from the upper riv and that Is Cbsmberlalne'e Cough Ketnn-dlirdar, July 3rd. INTERNATI0NALJXP0SITION. cated by that paper are: make thin statement after an ex- haps n gootl thing, for them, lint ers are as follows: St. Liulf, 21 feet and Tl l.r.ll we are authorited lo announce IS The abolition of the blankot bal- perience nf tnelrt year's use of thls.vi.t-uabl- e the tanners nre disposed to bo falling. Cairo, feet feet and rising slowly, John Tyler, as n candidate for Ibe 2 Inch and rising. Nashville, remedy. For coughs and colds It Is credulous, for they can onjor in Nashville, 2J office of County Court Clerk of Fulton lot, the use of envelopes to make Chattanooga countr, subject to the aclinnof llie Dem. the ballots secret, the ropenl of splendid, but where Its work Is Infallible anticipation tho benefits they aro Cincinnati, 40 feel and rising. is nlih children subject lo croup ocratlo Primary, Saturday, July 3rd. tho I keep MftXL'rAtTVHERN OF THE CKLB.HKATI.le & St. Loais Railway. provision tor nomination by It in mr horns at all times-- " For sale by qulto certain to fail of materiali18'J7. Iilarvolous Results. zation. Oinghamtou (X. Y.) Leadpetition, and tho repeal, of the T. T.SWAVSE. We are authorized LUTEN lo announre From a letter wrlttou by Ho v. er. Mr, S. D. I.uten as a candidate for the lirninion forbidding u candidate's oab J. Gundermnn. of Dimoudale. office of County Court Clerk of Fulton name from going on more than AMEI. to aau moM Mich., we aro permitted to mnko County, subject to the action of tbe one ticket, the presenation of all llLACKnUUN'.S.SUCCES.SOU HILLS. IIi;MltI('KS Democratic Primary, Saturday, Julv ball ot ti and tho numbering of this extract. "I liavo no hesita Tennessee, Ketlneky, Ororjla, On Friday last Governor BradAlabama, Florida, North Carolina, 8rd, IB97. ballots as they nre counted so Congressman Hendricks of tion In rouomiuonding Dr. King's rJontb Carolina, Virginia, LITTLE We are authorized lo announce that the work of recounting may ley announced tho oppointmont of thla district introduced bills tn New Discovery, us tho results Washington Cily, Baltimore, J. F. Little as a candidate fur the office be done intelligently. Philadelphia and Ne" Tort, These Mbj. A. T. Wood, of Ml. Sterling, congress during his term ai fal- were almost tnnrvelous In tho of County Court Clerk of Fulion county caso or my wife. hllo I was TIIHOIiOlI SKRVICK subject to tbe action of the Democratic cliHiigeA in the election law would lo succeed J. 0. 8. Blackburn lows: primary. stop election frauds, givo inde- as United States Sena tor. With A bill to prevent spectlating pastor nf ilio Baptist Church at Itoth via new llellow Rock Monte and the pendent candidates a chauco'nud tho appointment by oQlcers of tho United Stttee; n ueoves Junction she wns brought McKemlc Home between Nashville and was gi veu nut tho hill For enable Independent electors tn to prevent spcculatisn of down with Pneumonia succeeding Memphis, mating connection at Memphiss ALKXANDF.R with all lines to and from Arkansas, 'lex-aWears authorized to an- vote us they please. cull for nn extra session of tho claims against the United States; lift urnu'o. 'lcrriblo paroxysms and Southw.it. nounce Charlie Alexander as a candidal legislature to convene March 13th, a bill to reunlato instructions of of couKhiug would Inst hours with for the ollice of Aaseosorof Fulton eoim- SLKKl'lNO 0AH3 Utlla interruption nnd It neomoil PULLMAN aellnn tj,u'Jcl. lo U July 3ril, ot the Uimo. IS FAYOlt OP AS INCOME TAX. tho election of a senator boine IjnilKeB In trial of jnry case "tin onnlit not nurvlTQ tlicni. l.lx.a Ma.rtU ,! villa aJ on nt(t,l emtio ptlmtT, the courts; n nil! to urut Inuionjr tho oblects named. rain Cballa. A frfend recommended Dr. King's nooga, Iltlw.o ,rui JtASCOEM'e are aultoriri' ro announoe I Sow iint (tie extr session ofi Tho calf for an extra session of. across ttio Tennessee and Knoxrille, Ashevllle, Washlneton, M - llntoo m a ctmllJite for the of 'tho legislature is near rivers; a bill for tho orec Now Discovery; it was quick in Ilaltlmore, rhlls.lelplila and New Vork at baud to fice of AsseKSor of Fulton county, aubtho legislature names forty-twMa its work nud highly Batfsfatory Rslweeo Nashville and Jacksonville. Kla. jeel to the action of Ibe 'Democratic provido legislation to relievo tho matters reqniring attention. In tlon of a public building nt HTJ.OIC2cEj.3Sr, via field, nud fifty-sipension bills. In results." Trial bottlos freo at dally year 'round,Tlfton. Cbattanooca, At Primary. lanta, Macon aad Stato of its financial embarrass addition to tho election of a sen- Muyflold Mirror. Ctcurslon tick T. T. Swayne'h Drag Storo. JOHNSON' We are authorized ets ou sale during ssason. anlo c. a. noLioini:, t. riM'i. H r. JOBXSOt, Regular sizo 50c. and 81.00. ment it is well to consider tho ator, ho calls for laws against CIUS. II. UlLTZitt, 1'r.s'l. nounce W. O Ojicar Johnson, as a rao- LWCUIISION TICKETS With the pres- mobs, and to securo freo speech, didate far Asuessor of Fulion county, ways and moans. Bnckloa's Arnica Salve. Oa sale at It e. I o eel Kates from all Points stilject lo the action of the Democratic ent deficit a tax rate of fifty cents recommends penitentiary reforms, A Tho Best Salve in tho world for Sam NEGizo nt Shelbyvillo named on (hie Llnvand Connections lo Nash a state gerrymander, roveuue and primary, Summers, on the hundred dollars rrould not Continuance Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt A from Adam's who cr.ua not toll ville ud rvttirn durinc the and InternaHANSON We are authorized to announce of ibe Tennesisa Centennial Is oil' yield a snlllcient amount of reve- taxation measures, regulations for Rlieum, E. M. Sioaan as a candidate for tbe ofTotter, He has nover been ox. towonder. tional Exposition Fever Sores, trust companies, etc. able read a fice of Aiuexsor of Fulion county, euhject nue to cancel the outstanding warChapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, Hue. This son of Ham for can solvo toy agentfurther Information, call upon rants short of four years, and this lo the action of tbe Democratic primannd all Skin P.ruptlous, anil posior address LT THE 3Bw,tjjBlJLH.Xaex5Hl the most uerplexiog mathematical Ticket ry, July 3rd. Mm. would be. especially burdensome UEXERAL LEHLSLATIOX tively cures Piles, or no poy re problem in a It. C. Conardln, jiffy. Tbe mora EXTItA SESSIOS 1'ItOIlAHLb'. iiDou the poorer classes of peoWestern Pais. Act. quired. It is guaranteed to give County Superintendent. tho problom the easier 105 Hy. Exobange Uldz, St. Louis, Mo. pio. Why not in lieu of nu inperfect satisfaction or money ro WILSON We are authorized lo annojnee Ho creased rate of taxation lovy an The failure of tbo President to funded. Price, 25o por box. For tho negro gives tbo answer. A. J. lVelcu, D. II. Wilson as a candidate for County cunuot explain bow be doos it, Division Pais. Agl., Memphis, Tenn. Superintendent of Publlo Schools of iucomo tax nn all Incomes ovor sign the sundry civil, Indian, nav- sale by flDIIPLVM T. T. Swatne. l'.Miri()KD PKOF1TK io,ooe. IV. L. Hartley, but he never fails. Handrods of Fulion county, subject to the notion of $3,000 u year. South Carolina al and agricultural bills, and Gen'! P. and T. Al Nashrltlo, Tenn. Sollclta yonr bailne8. tho people go to seo tbe phenomenon, the Democratic primary. Wc ofTor tlio mosl Llbornl Aoconimodaliobi lias such a law pending bofore Ten years ago a Mercer ooun and till come away wondering bow to our Oustomera Connistcut witli K atubllHhctl its Legislature, anil It is said to failure of tbe two houses of ConJailer. come within the perview of tho gress to ngreo upon tbe general ty boy ran off with a travolingcir and whore be got bis uuusuul fao- llHtikitic Prinolplcfl. We NOONON. ore authorised lo an. By such a law the deficiency bill will make it neces- ens. After being considered dead ulty. no'jnee J. A Noonan aa a candidate for Constitution. for many years he returnod home Jailer of Fulton county, subject lo tbe rich would bear n just proportiou sary for Speaker Heed to thorATTOHNEY-AT-LAa few weeks ago. 0. II. BALTZER, K.T.TYLEK, H.II. ItKKYAIiD, J. NATLOIS Ilo'hadnotb action of the Deiaooratlc primary. If tbe haberdashers' wludows of the burdens of titration which oughly organlzo tbe IIouso soon Ing whon ho started nnd held bis uptown Indicate what men's fash- - Hickman, : : : : Kentucky ISAKKIl. We are authorized to announce they now too frequently A W. I MoOUTOHUN. A. A. PARIS. 0. A. HOLCOMHK, escupo eg T. P. Ukeras a candidate for Jailer of by concealing their property from after Congrcaa is convened iii own ever since, insienti oi kiii- - ions nro to be, tbo average colorFulion county, subject to the uctlon of tho Elizabelutowu extra session. It was the inten- ing tbe fatted calf, tho old man in ord shirt will provo a mnoh more Assessor, VINO resumed the practice of law, the Dcaocratto primary. News. StlBpJHKea tion of Heed, and also, it is under- timated to tbo prodigal that there Tiinnnt ignrtneut next summer HAwill give lila prompt and undivided was no room for him at home, nnd !iau it hns ever been In the past, attention lo business entrusted to hie care County Attorney. stood, the desire of tho Republiinvited bim to "move on." nvs the New York San. This Is TitK new administration ran't can lenders that onlv the Wa.vs USPS Y We are authorized lo announce A. W. Lladsay as a candidate begin too soon tho work of revis- nud Means Committee nnd tbo In of One day Inst week all tbe cities urn time les tbe yeararo which tbo for County Attorney of Fulion Comity ing the etillod if not dead indusA. W. LINDSAY, first shown in linen Committee on accounts should bo of Iowa held municipal elections ew st. . ' subject lo tbe action of the Democrallo mmmBfon&Q?tfp this fact may servo to appointed by Heod.nt the extra nnd overy city iu the Stato ot oyci it tries of the country. primary. ttoraoy-ax-L- a to many purchasers who go Auditok Stone has issued his session, in order that legislation four thousand population went o in County Judge. monthly statement showing n de- might be couOued exclusively to Democratic. Wards nover before is the shops bosttho spring why it BesKm!awHeK9L IIIOKMAN, KY. TAYLOR We are authorized to announce that tho of the patterns the tariff. giving a Democratic majority wore W. P. Taylor as a candidate for County ficit of over $320,000 in the State's Tho failuro or the President to counted In tho Democratic ool- - aro nlready marked ns exhausted Office next door to National Dank. 'Judge of Fulion County, eubjeel lo the general expenditure and school approve the appropriation bills, umns. Thus do tho voters or this tvlinn fllA annSAM L eiAlrtlin n I Ales ",v action of the Dsmocratlo primary. ,"" """ IuiuIh. Thisyoar there has been however, nud the (nubility of tbe country show their appreciation DICKIN80N We are authorized to anm If you aro tltinklnc of clinnclnKyour locallon. writo to m. null Rradlky has appointed. oonferouco committees to agree of the prosperity promised by tbe sa"2' Gov. of DR. S. K. n" unnpprec sled outbreak nounce D. W. Dieklnson Esq., as a canporhnpa wo can nuBlut yon. 4mW I didate for the office of County Judge of A. T. Wood, United States Sena- upon one of them will make it iceputilican spellbinuors, but that ""-"- " TIIK OTTO. HKI.T ItOUTK from St. LoiiIb, CbI wh orders stripes will prove bim Fulton county, mtject to the action tor to succeed Dluckhurn, nud necessary Tor tho speaker lo ap- Is not forthcoming. .MOtnptiia pnssos tiirotigi) tlio iincat rarinltiK, gruzins uiitlti 'tlDJelBBBBaHHBHHBjBjB MM of tbe Democratic primary. culled tho Legislature tu extra sea point nt least a half dozen of tbo self to bo hopoiesBly glveu over Ilia KENTUCKY nnd rcacuostue inostprosncroua towua auu cities III- r I In a Inte issno Harper's Week to habit nnd indifference to fash- HICKMAN, slou, 13th lust. big committees of the House nt 4" ' Lr .; Circuit Court Clerk. west: ' . - HflKi Bi.Htk JS ?wmr tho start, and this will prnctlc.il Ii' ly gave tho full vote in tbe mst ion. HOYSTEIl We are authorized lo Tub Nichorasvillo Democrat Onr illustrated pampbletB Offloe orer Cowgill & Cowglll'a LC Mta Kia ft& iLsbbbF Jas. F. Koysler M a candM.t sings this song: All hall MoKin- - compel him to nnpolnt All tbo presidential olection nnd showed BJAM,UfMMI K tlispatch from Union Cily, tlieolnte f Clreiill Iai fni ItA Id IrfllfT in rta ,,S lin. other ,, ... committees.. This will lend, by nu analysis of tbo returns tltnt . ha Jj,0Ij Drug Store. - - "fti Jiimmmmmmmmmmmmmhiammmmmraixs&-w'tt9- M , " AM IiAIVIH." A ji bbv i ii the sound money Democrats lo the Commercial Appeal, dated M .iMiiI trine- If '" " Mseiiiiooii, to general legis . coutuln n oorrcct.8ent 9IBtM e4v AjNmUUUUUUUUUUUUUU9Zazi K. wj m,1 l ,,, mlI l.illnn .... tvtll n.,lintiu 1Ar .l.n carried stntos having 132 electoral ,7th inst., says: Little Ilenry Dean, ti,iiD .gvii mr votes r Wfl II & -We ffiirrenil ion fifte.'$JPFlitHaKMMMMMMMMWBmmt..i hJT W are an for McKlnloy, "BROWN without i.l to mako bint skip the nnd extra session of Congress at work which ho would have received aged four years, was fatally burnIfBHlMrXirl.( 'ArkBt comnleto list of rellnble real eatato d Mlem Alex, Drown as n candidate for Circuit until next September. m ed ot Spout Sprint's, on Reolfool Conrt Ulerk ot Fulion county, subject wuu one iuii stveep amtil the din, LoulRlnuu and Texan, If rou will wrlto'for tliem; only 130 votes instead of 271. The ' lo tho "action of the Democratic pri wo'll arise in our might und pat Tbrougb ooachoB, froo roolIndiRulialr chtb, and Pollmnn Sleeper, Weekly arrives nt tho conclusion lake, yesterday, while his mother mary. Bryan in. HELD WITHOUT HAIL. aud ovory otlior comfort und convonioiico Ib offered to paiseugera. . eHHfelWtV by taking tho democratic vote ,is not expected t to live, sho,. being i i. ii . , . Leading senntors In WashingNoclinttpo ofcnrH to cither ArkatiRan or To sub, Auy Inforinatloa In the states for n good mam uauiy uiimcu in uiiciupiing to Tub Legislature will meet to- ton indicate that poasiblo to cfvo ivill be clicorhtlly furulBbod, themon antioint- - On tbe testimony given by bis years baok, and It makes tho mat-to- r save the life of her son. The two Splendid Selection of morrow" daughter, M. ADAM', G. Yi LallKAl'MK, ed in Kentucky and Florida to bo little vory clonr. wcro returning from tho spring (1. I', and T. A., St. Loots, Mi T. V. A., Cairo, III. Nkoro Jlepulillcnns are very United States senators will not who witnessed tho deed, Itobort The following whero they had been to got a decision rendermnoh lit- - evidotiuo and loud in bo seated. It is well known that MoGlll was last week held withSu bucket of water, tho boy being their demands on tbo now admin- any deoided opposition would pre out hail on the cliurgo of murder- ed bs the attorney general of tho somo distanco from his mother United States a few days since McOrnnk-eistration. vent n vote nd it is believed tho ing Ills wifent Ragland, Xeftjt STATIONERY, will prove county, on February interest to the when the mLj( & Hknatoh Lindsay, who recent-Sl- opposition will be snlllcient to child was tho only witnessIS. to Tho steamboat of grent aud all persons tho screamslatter was alarmed by of her son, and rushed owners tho reintroduced the Torrey bank- prevent n volo until tho legislaLIYERY AND FEEDS f m. rJl d NOTIONS, &e. deed, nud hor testimony wns nil Interested Iu river traffic. Tho to his assistance, to find him Hrruptoy bill, says ho will porsovero tures in these states assomble. that was introduced connecting attorney general of tho United in flames. She was too lute, It becomes a law. until DEALKU IN At the Tennessee Centennial McGlll with the crlmo. lie was States has rendered a decision howovpr, nnd tho little fellow reCall nnd see our Sfook. EveryKxprfsitinn, defended by Hon. Cbns. If. Wheel- of vital importance to river Ian ceived burns Iron) which he died thing up to date. Thk Oorhctt'FitZBiinrnopa plug, anil International zhMmmE STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES owners, lie decides that the land glng match is attracting consider- which will open at .Nashville, Mav er, Cougrcssman-oloot- . Corner KeatueVy and Carroll Btreeta,' gjj Mrs. Dean Mary JIerendes & Co, nlong nnvlgablo Btreams botwoon in a few moments, and able attention from those who 1st, 1897, tbe women of Toiiucsbco will liavo an opportunity of show low and high wnter marks belong was 'so badly burned that little know nothing about it. TOBACCO, CIGARS, ETC, Hickman, Kentucky. ONE of tbo most unjust and sui Ing to tho world tho marvelous to tho government, nud not to tbe hope is entertained of her recovery. tBT i ItKV. A. ti. I'bttib, formerly government by policies How, out in tho open air, away advauuo they havo mndo durinc cidal peopio is of a competition of rlpariau owners. principal of Clinton College, who tftr God rigs withhi,or without drlrerST'", M. filocV la always Freeh and Complete, tbo the fire, tho boy's clothing not only in nil furnished dy or nit l.oweit rates to leslguetl recently, Is really an ap the past century,domestic) The New York World latoh from nil convicts with honest labor. It and I In rile the p uMlo lo come tho branches of Commercial Me n. (Jood lei room adjoin science, should not bo tolerated, and thero polled by telegraph the democrat, could have become ignited is a and see me. plleiint for the place of Minister Ing. Cash paid for Country Produce. to Greece, lie is u gold standard but iu art, musiu and higher edu- is really no necessity for It. A lo regular orgapizations In ai mystery unless in sonic manner ho Fire, Life aqd Accident Incation in its highest sense. Democrut, vory fenslblo and practical way to stutos on this question: "If tho had obtained matches and was Willing'' old .Und, Clinton Street, wjth them. surance, Tub silver Republicans In tho hisMil McKinlev'h declaration in utilize convicts is one provltlod domocratlo notional convention playiug HICKMAN, KY. iuatiguial address that "reforms by JRopresontativo Russell's bill met would William .1 seuato hiivu warned their party Blacksmith and Undertaker in tho civil service must go ou" now boforo tho Missouri Legisla- Bryan again bu chosen as the jOORN ot me best Fire for ten assnoiatus in congress that thoy wns a sail blow to tho Companies, Itcprcsents the horde gath- ture. Ho proposes to utilize tho domocratlo candidate!" In com Can secure special rales to New Orleans, Agent must not count on thorn for anyDRUGS. IIIOKMAN, menting on tho responses recoM Terpollnf, bill of lading, and telegram, largest and beat IJfe Insurance Company DRUGS. KENTUCKY. thing looking to tbe success of ered about him at the lime. OU nor convicts iu reclaiming 3,000 000 od stop for same, will be In the world, cent of which nro oflice seekers acres the World snyB: "Tho rosu t ordering boats lo ot fl w a in p i a n a I n MK A TIIIAI, when you wan gold standard measures. Ibe shipper. GIVK smithing done, or repairs on and who can't gut In unless sotno-bod- Southeast Missouri bv digging is an extraordinary concensus of furnished freeofof charge to wood CO, persimmon promptly MUUIAL LIFE INSURANCE gblprnenja j KKPUBSBNTATIVK GANNON, of is put out. Civil service ditches nud building lover. If opinion, showing, with hardly nu Waicoua, &c. lltirirslioelnR a epeclaltyr' freeofoharge lo shipper. Illinois, the chairman of tho ap- meitns"no reward to tbo workers," honest Inbor in the States whero exception, that tho democratic or attended lo, be furnished to all points of New York. This Company limes over I alo keep a full line of can DCALKH IN Tickets a hundred different forma of policy con. propriation committee of tbe and without n reward there will convicts nre employed in maim- - Conizations ovorywhore, ns well between Cincinnati and New Orleans. trade so that you can pal anything you Undortakor'o Goods, Iiousp, Buys tho appropriations of be no incentive to liustlo nt the factnring wore tho ones to suffer as tho domocratlo national Watch for the Mardl drat excursion lo want In the way of Ufe Insurance In Ibe Common, Hoscwoad, and Holld Ulark Wall Iiout will leave Cincinnati best of all flood Companies hy applying to New Orleans. the lastx congress amounted to polls, The spoils must go to tbo thereby It would not seem so nro ns dovotod to Mr nut Collins nml Cases, which can be fitted Medicines, l'alnls, Oils, Dye Bluffi. al8,103,4r)8. Mr, Bayers of Tox- - victors und congress should kill hard, but when their products iirjnn ns ovor. A majority of Feb. 18lb, 1837. TAKIS k BAItrtYt tip on snort nonce, nnu ai reatontDlf B. Aert. UST I'ltecrlptlonj Carefully as. head of tbe minority of tbo the civil service laws forthwith. flud a tnnrkot In other States tbo thorn believe that bo will not only Wharf Agents, Hickman, Ky. Comrounded. I'Hwa. OUeme a call. bo nominated but elected iul'jjo," HICKMAN, KY. jovll become still oioro great. cuuuiltue ulso wakes a btutouiont .jl'aducau News, 3 MTBIioji near the Jail 1 I THE HICKMAN COURIER. TIIK (IDTKIIXOH AT IIIMSKLF. THE THUSTS MUST GO. UUM.I0 THE Kan- FAUMF.R. Hlgta Wntcr Itccorri. Electric Blttors, Thoro nro none, says tlio Cov ington Commonwoultb, who will roftiBO to nonlnud tbo nnswer of Gov. Brntlloy to Mnrk Ilunim'e itiipertlneiit inossnco to Frank r'ort us to nn extra session ot' tho LpRielaturc, Tlicro tuny lip criticism of tbo elowncss of the Governor to resentment of Ohio inlerfeieiico In Kentucky polities, hut tho tortnlso of old won the rnno, shell down, nml tho Governor hits drought Mntk Hnuiia's tin litir.nl rutUiiiileni to taw at Ust. Tho old rule, requirluc youthful Senntors to uhldo in sotno politicx! Jerloho until their benrds hud at tallied a proper senatorial crowth, is heiup smashed to smithereens hy Mnrk Ilnunn. Ho feels his position as tho creator of McKinley, and thai tho administration is, per force, with him and, therefore, ill;;, uilv of tho voneralilo traditions nrn That Is all as nothing to liitn. right If the Sennto is willing to nl low Mark's whip alone to crack as the signal to fall in lino with Mark's demands, hut the jurisdiction conferred hy Governor Hnsbnell does not cxteutl to Kentucky, and Gov. Ken-tucky tdMiy-Ah'Moat""a Tho Hon. John J. Ingalls, Stoves! Stoves! COOKING ALL HEATING, Groceries, Hardware, ition, - AmmunFresh Moats, Etc. ! TT ,$f "Majestic" Ooekisg Ranges. The Best in the world V: t tlAfletee9RiMllet Rj "m w "? tht-s- la Bttyiag OncjT CuvfEKjCJtBJWTE ewr lllo-tlm- i HL .ejis.eesvssr e ' Im' .W .- 1 -, 1 diu-tuto- CAPITAL STOCK $50,000. DIBBOTOE. FPIOE I?S AselsUnt-Caehler- a. - r. 1 IIIOKMAN WAGON CO., jMnouan bovtd N AshCH-ior- . J linoi nlf 1 unin-berlaud rhnL I- o HICKMAN WAGONS. KBITTTJOKY. k,. ICKMAM Al j&JT HICKMAN, KENTUORZ. dlfll-cu- lt JLMM. Paid Up Capital $40,000.00. DIRBOTOES 0. L. HANDLE J0mmtt I u A w .. ''tai"ij tr About Iia.nds E ."!''" jj ."."" 33o22Ltist. DAVIDSON 'rsHtfi. 'a!HM ,.-. ilT" v r.- -A IITIV IMaHW.BaBiijurAW. i i - .it.-- . tra-la-1o- Cash Book Store. ......., !' fl "' .m .Mk. . eight-year-ol- d . NEW-BOOK- S, n Tftc Casli Grocer Farfs j. wTtting, & Farfccr,; y - nvel-ope- 1 'yyomt . 1. 1. Ellison, " A. P. OLIVER, SHIPPERS m y C,A, com-mitttc- 1 zi. sxiiiXsoxr, '1 1 I , I ' V 'tirtH"-f- t ' "" "i-- "' w - v ". - " L "I Lm: iyu -. . &$&lJij!li222!i::& ' '"? - aBSBBBKL . I ..- -. . BHBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBa-- S4fiMi3 - T!SPifV iinty -- rtBwWMi:::iL;' T .. r 'J.r;;jgfeag jil wnX arn . tn 1&HJU- - &V.u& Tvao" iuJiii fraMi ' - " w " i fiT.- -. Mafei&jgai JJJ. ij: " r't;.?1w.,w?;Ar r . ,. . I I ".fvtr" v T IHiii aMQai'li ' -- ' ""v : : w- - ---r i" "''f i A ." '. .i. .va, '- i. -' .thpt. -- , - Tt "f. tint tmtntat nMp mm CLOSE CASH PBIGES .ON. " NEW SPRING antess SEEDS I! 61: HUSH H 11 SUITS. 1 W$ I1 WIm. Wo lmvo just received our new lino of Stiioubb it Hitos.' High Art Clothing. Sco the new 1'laid Siiitn, ranging in jirico from $8.50 to S1G.50. MENS, LADIES AND ALFRED McDANIEL. (Hiiiii'ohkoi' to Ilunlc IIi'iih. amuw ) Shoes MISSES sDMA 33H IN-ES- S2. teJJr'r -- Watcliei3M Clocks, HSSsterVj . a'.i-.','r- 'rtpf. mrV:.ni!iVu.uiWiflfWiUfliUiilJVIIjltlli eoll ahdjSeo our Now Stock" of Jewelry; IIhIsm Mlreef. 1 ii M1 ;iUM aaf ag.jATnJiftVari m OMitS :aavafaaaa.,a fnFMrnumMt!!? rmU1otii aKlrilffHll.'rl1lf I II 1 HHIIHI'Ill .''n'i i- - Jewelry and a For Spring wear, Our Custom made Shoes and Oxford, for Men, Lndics and Children, arc the. We nrctlicAt in town. lmvo all the new Toes, in ull widths and colors. 0XBL00D AND CHOCOLATE, ,; Vith Hosiery to match cacu Biinae. '- -. IIH U.MA.Y, KV. G. H. Oallzer L- f C CMtMl e Want C0M W & Son. - - .i. I- ,J nud Joo 1 Sheriff elsli Yos to Know That MKS. HKBI) will return liotiif in a few tlayH willi tlic Handsomest Line of Millinery ever oxhiliitoil in WVhI iukI willi licr 18 years' imicticnl Idiiiwkdgu of Trim miiiU, U Kiiru lo plcasu all Ivpii-tuck- of tho late L. M. lioyle, to tho lunatic Asyian? r.t Hopkluarillo, Tuesday. Tho voting man's mint! has been deranged for somo lime nud wo slncnrely hope thut he will sjieodily recover. ftiTKerrcnn fix that clock so it will run nnd keen cnod time. too. I guarniitco my work lo givo sntisfaoliou. earned Loma Itovlo. u sou Johuaon The Southwestern Kentucky Medical Asaoclntlon meetsat Hop kliiRvilln no tho 14th and lot" Inst, Hull frogs arc beginulng to lin henrd In this BOOtlon, which, ,.1,1 .nlllnrii anv la A HtlrO tlldiCn lion of tho immediate approach of spilng. A aian recontlJ? advortised S3 for ooinpotetit porsona to under Inko tho nnlo or a toV pntonOned leine, and ndded, "It will bo lrotlt njilc to the undertaker." Mr. Geo. O. llnok hna bought out Wnlkei's Unoket Store, nnd Hob Huok has been employeil o run tho bualnesn at tliosaino place Kobt. Is a hustler, Tho man who looks wlae nnd enys i tt to may sometimes be mistaken for a wivant; but the man who says Utile and does much Is never mistaken for a hypocrite. tlmo la too Into or too fast, or .your watch or clock ha"s stopped rnnnlntr, or has never boon properly repaired. If so go to kd mbyku'h, whore such work i gunrnutcod. Slnco tho cyclono and flood neaaou came Iu like u lion, ihr, Is ground for tho pfoaslnjc hopo that ina old ndage usually nppliod to tho month of March will hold good with regurd to the wind nud ' rnlu, A petition was eignod by near- ly every citizen in Fulton, last week, endorsing tho actions of!y-Joh- n Oarrer and his neighbors n roar wecsa ago Iu their efforts in trying to locate . tho brute gtifltj of eominlttlug rapo upon the per ,S aou of Mias Unryor, of this county jag Tho successful politician id L. not the ono who forgets his friends T" us soon as ho obtains tho oflice g for which his frlonds worked nml S -; swent to help him got, but rather 1110 ono wuo mnkPB tow promises, keeps thoso ho docs make, and can iliseem tho difference between 1 er-Yo- twm MwmmnnnminmmmmmimnmmmmmtmhtiftnK ' 7 f'RInff if On, Thafo fa en gfafli oon.oalnifoar Tliat mifil eber aa loibt tor Whan tt fall tola Ifieelniefitir Of tune dreadful iseisl bare. P( nil! rnaktf t(i iMlioae area. We tin eottter ttslt nod me. If we work oaf fiNns ttllh nindoai We can boro lomebeJ loo. :.'- -V ml -- New Spring Goods WILL ARRIVE NEXT WEEK. a 0 TTBia, i- I and There nro two enndidntes for nfllce In Hopkins comity, cays ths Madison vlllo Hustler, who are not gentlemen, thoy never will bo nnd wo nro not afraid to tell them so to their face, Wo know this be foro they announced, nnd so do others know it as well as we doj win gei a good many votcB. Tho ones to whom wo refer nro a couple of most eatimahlo ladles. M!sa es Salllo Drown and Ratio Greer, 1J Hi yot lliososamo candidates 1 st candidates for Superintendent schools. of 3 Uiave been ciiihi vn. a. Jltlou will be N. 0., from 1 Tnn Southern naptist onnveii. - as.fcu..,i. Look Out for Bargains! naiin .wfM.-- .; SmMi&?&: '" i 1 f .w bb . rniiiinuii anneahced. but.- tlnr - ..... asiio uuiviiu iiibb,ib wuion inrcgni-a- ; rate" that w1)tTdHaU'BrTH?wk3 iU' jn BtaiA A nllaiJ.il , uomimBa..jV, ' held at Wilmtngtoti, May Cth to ,14th 1.'T n TT ' ', ft?' j . ..... uGk. II swwiii'i ' " itftomm. 11 a -- ' jZ -- t 'A. SmitHi Ellison & Co. ZSI A yf 5 read. The beet Jre(era,awriirlr bub' llihedli ihe SetaPH'eekty Ktualitht, of St. Lonla. It leplj l 4 jear, aBilfr thai -- WVHIH It ?('T 1ll aA b. a.u.. m ...... amnnni ? VUIIH tllVVUt ttb-Th iv MU uurrra'j9r one dfillj U $'j . eir, $b for gqouiI.4 aud $l.fi0 for three months. a 4 jpjr-KiublI- iHjnr1Teliy.'MSl jinj fortMa mUm. will . rMAitJzaajB - .. .- ,..,,U Ih'i.-Hob- tut M t4 tit &L allllllV 9IAKI5 HTltAYKlt, . . ':'"' M: & . 3.- - From tho under Ijned, In Weal Itickmaa, Mondar, filh Inil., 1 yellow rnare. about 4 jeara old, baa a while epn) In frrc-bawnr. on nose, ore top nii 1111 oocoen. Liberal renard nil! be paid for fcer te turn to me. R. OLASBH, Hiclman, K'y. For Sale! . It was foarcd Hint the cold Dwelling houso with 5 rooms, desirable location In WeBt Hick mau. Apply for termB to S. VP.KKLAND. Made to y, ! Our Slock of wlio will call on lar. Dry Goods, Shoes, Gents' Hats and 3 0 K v Furnishings, nrc receiving ninny complinionts iim to Quality anil l'ricon, mid wq arc vury nuiuli with ttio iKilroiiam, wliioh has extcutUd our ojciK-clalloii- (J) , Z CALL AN'I) SKK US, cotirtcoim treat niunt I wo aosure you pronij't and I g E E. REED, SUITS. Order killed, but more nro yot alive than Flour Mill tho trees can mat uro. A few tenMessrs. Towell & D10. hate taken Ihelr der varieties may not hnyo enough Just received. Line of handmill Tbta popular live buds for 0 full crop. All oth some samples nnd farhiou plates flouriDK la for back. Tbla mill has and Gne mill aale. all er fruits uro all right for full of latest styles from the celebrat- tbe finest and latest improted ratcbloery, crop, as heretofore reported. ed New York Tailoring Co., who put In recently This it a great oppor make a specialty of Ludies Tail, llinlty for a mill man. For particulars, d Merer invites tho nnhlln Powr.Lt. & Dao. orlng. Theao samples nre being terme, Ac, addren to call and see hh elegant line of Hickman, Ry. announcement. shown by Mrs. B. 13. Sanders nt new Jewelry, Watches, etc., which Tho question is frpntinntlv is now 011 display. His goods her home. Prices tango from are Ilereat'er lie Lllerarj- metlio j or (he asked, 'Who Is to pay tho ex all Cough! Cough! Cough! Mr. Tritz Hellnor. ngont of 812.C0 to 20.00. Lndics nro nud Ins prices I,f(tue nlll he hell on Friday ponsea of the Primary election on to call nud inspect tho beaut l,for-Ih- e 3rd Sunday, anil there the N., C. & St. L. Ry., nl Hick-manlf July 3rd P Wn don't know. The nil he no lsftue eervice on 3rd Sunday. who died Wednesday of last tiful spring novelties and newest OP COURSE YOU WILL County Committees iu many of "Dance of tho Gold Hugs" is Cir l.nt rrporle were rendered from (be week, was injls 77lh year, and Now Yoik styles. . the counties of tho Mnto hare tho name of n new piece of music dill- enl dcp.rlmfun, & Rice. Sanders UNLESS YOU Kx.r)hniy uiled lo allend nef Sun- had tho distinction of being one ttasRPd resolutioiiQ reqnirlng tho by Miss Uatelln Millard, ot this of two civil engineers, Hellner day nflffUoOn, 3 p. m. enndidntes to pay tho lecltlmnto citv. Tho iiiauy friends oT the who XXX and Onlverhnnse, originalsurveyed Hed Khldfu forTUlrlT Years with oxioiisch ofholdlugtho prliiiarles, popular authoress hope Hint her nlto of and laid off the itnennintism. but thote has been no provision tuleutH in thU liuu will meet with , Union City. This was about the : eo, my mother, "ho bad Four year 1... ' .i . " You can got what 50a uinile lor paying tho nxnenaca of tho recognition they so justly dc .T7 . . .f.V. 1 car 1854. He nlao- anrreyed the been bed ridden for thirty year, heard of ' ... iiiuvn t.i.... 1....1 ni ii .t ivniib iiuviiiLi iuuuuu r snrve. Obion Dumoorul. llio prlmnry In this coumy. d i i WiftrabrUln' l'uln Ualoi. W trita it need at rauet. ud lTA Jiionmnn ami unnuvnic. fl.af br iUu.lla l.tn,..ir 1... mj.uk :?"7 .... fbe bl" about a j "..:... ''""liio hail served for many years nt me ue orweeenair. lo ret are never llllle by a niiunut COWGILL&t;OWGiLVS ueen trying to unci jHfclcman. and wn8 likod by every-on- II. Mr. II. Ol her, Emporia, Kan. For "c "a" i woman that ho could live with.,1 body. Union City Independent. aale by T.T. 3 WAYNE, Drujgiet. IJHUG HTOItE. r. .las. 15. Fuqua will leave .Mommy tor Chicago lo buy spring and Summer goods for tfio n house of 11. C. A in berg. It goes without saying that his selections will lio the very latest in Ktylo nud rjmility. Wuloli for his well-know- Faykttk Ki;n. neach'lr TOS? 11 "I l Itiy-K- the causes of hard UCTIM, times, saysofthe Kuoxvlllo Journal, - w "- is tho deelro of so many people to Auction tho RACKET live well without hJ Saturday. Everything must sionally thero nro work.menOccaStore such nnd go. This Is your chance. their cxnmpio 1b bad. If everyone understood that the only way to Epwertii I.CIIKMC. fortuno nud fame was through Tlitre wj full Bllendnee at the rei- - work, earnest, honest work, why u'nrtu'ln'M meeting of ihe League laat then the world would be much nu.ia Bi.ciuvif.i. a ill ,of lliree monllu, bettevoff. ir u.u OIUCC.8 wore for lerni A IirTFllW I A f One 1 LADIES For Sale, I - first-clas- d leas-onabl- - CllTC "laa tliat CQl& I - ,.,i ..... f,rm.. ""--rc- )?" c- paW"aflpfjF jit JJ lluokncr Iliiildiug. next door (o Lnclcdu Hotel, $3.00 OxMood Justin. r.5-0- f HICKMAN, KY, II. Huft.of Oryntul.Tcnn., id vIhKIiii; Me. nnd .Mrs. T. W. Drowry, nenr tliu ell v. S3 Look like Shnra. Patent Leather, Kar.or Toe, 4.00 Patent Leather, modified Hull Dog Toe. These patent leathers are W. L. Douglass' make. fiO QltKiX& THE BEST PATENT Sue UCHAiNAiVS! We are Ready for Spring! TIe Brightness of the NEW GOODS which compose our wonderful SPRING STOCK is being commented upon by all who sec it., Tho merit shown in the make, tho style, the shades, and in tho whole general appearance of tho goods is so apparent tliat tho casual observer, ns well as those who aro most expert in detecting ilaws, are compelled to see nnd acknowledge its perfection. . nw Jl OUR per HMB-TV'T- K- - .Only $5.50 Barrel. SBh 5lbs Arbuckle's or XXXX Coffee, $1,00, i i ltr'H"tilnK, icings, mill other to Kkuh (or ropnlra. MIm Annie Wehmnn has h poxliiou ut Kecd'a dry Roods nnd millinery dtore. now in Sallora at Mm. hou llnrper'n milliuury store. Cull nud noe tlirin. Mr. .Inhti Hrlluer, of Knox-viliTciiu., whs In the city thin week, winding up the niTalrs of Ids ful her, the luto V. Holluer. WDon't forgel, evcrythlnu nt the U.Uki;t 8toro cheaper thnu ev er. 3 spools thread Do, while it Inats. Mr. .I.H. Hcercs and family, of Hontlis 1'olnt, Tenu., enmo up on tho Mary Morton, Monday. They woro fleeing from tho high jow-olry nl: e. erTakc yonr Wntche, Oloeks, Noxall Negligee Shirts. In both soft ami d. The price begins at 0O0. Best niailo Shirts on earth. Suits--Pan- ts. yard samples to select from. You can sco how tho cloth will make up. Suits 12.60 nnd up. l'anls $3.50 nnd up. , "V ' Made any stylo you want. lj THE LIGHT OF FISH10N! has been our guide in selectiug Spring Goods. Every article that was presented to us was held up for examination under the Light of Stylo if it stood the test it was approved, and hero now for you. In tho samo light of Fashion we ask you to hco our offerings and get tho correct thing for this season's use. BiLl.. CHEAPER THAN YOU CAN GET 'HIEM EIEWHERE. A Surprise . -- WfttO.Ct of Ull ateainer Osborno, at V& ;" ?. la t linmn with td family WMtL.2YrX.' v if TTiiCV V on Trni Avenue. Mrp. Lou Harper nnd Miss Knto Thomas loft Monday on steamer Mary Morton for St. Louis. Mrs. Harper gooa to soled her stock of luillliiory. LOCAXi aTYon can bny watches, rings, or any kind of Jewelry, of tho Spring will soon ho hero. grades, tested and guaranteed, -- Steatnbonte land up iu town at as low prices as Iu any city, nt KD. MlCYKIl'8. now. The next regular meeting of Tho crelouo boubou Is m- tho lliokmuii llaitding nud Loan rTronchiiitr. Association will bo held nt the UstTA lurRO stock of Huts ul court house next Thursday night, tho IUokivt Store. 18th iiist. A full utteudauoe of Mr. John Noonon, of Kulton, the mombcrs is desirod. wus In tho City Sunday. Mr. II. Huchiinnn, tho "old dry goods merchant, Is In If a mnn attends strictly (o his SI. Loula this week buying his own business ho has n stoaily Job. Spring nnd Summer goods. He Everybody turned out last Is a clone, buyer, nnd his custom, Sunday to view tho bauk water. era will reap tho bouolit of his exlloulfl of every description perience. woro in ureal domain! last Sunday. Cor Kyos tested. Mr. Kd. Meyer has in his omploy, Ohas. (!. Mlssos Loiin nnd Mary Nooexperienced non uro visiting In Fulton this Soliliiikor.au ontlolan, who watch, Is premaker and week. pared to test your eyos nud lit l'ooplo living in tho lowland you with glasses. Glasses and nro hustling for houses iu tho lillla tcalH guariautoed. fioin tho water. Miss Amco UtiiiKer, who liaa Mr. 'J'. H. Wncgonor, fnthor of ohnrgo of Smith, Klllaon & Go'n JJov. T. It, Wiigguuor, iiforiuerpiis. uillliuery department, Is now iu tor of tho lhiptist church of this St. I.oulrt selecting their stock of city, died ut his homo near Mar huts, etc., for the eutiiig nnd sum tin, Tuuu., one day lust wcuk. tuur trudui Vt '.oflrj (, -- iurio ot m"W nvo.fV?lT?IW!gHlCOIlllimilU Mrs. Gardner and lit tlo dnngh tor, who llvo near Kl Paso, Toxhh, wero the uueats ot Mr. nnd Mrs. V. D.TfawslI, Jr., near tho city, -- i.. ,.a.v ILi auk. ji MnMMMaMaWTri X' Youiii;. who re- - CASH SHOE STORE. ., BT W' -- a JF '4,,J-r. 'A lionquot of w. s. mmr. NEWS. (2ir,'f'"',,"rer v rdnpnli. I A 2nd Hand Books Wanted! of our iQttor whs business '&Ab, to-day CAS1T Sanders & Rice. OjYLI". Spring Beauties. It is nu odd title perhaps but an appropriate name for our first offer' Clothing. Yon d For Housekeepers. & flu-e- st for tho hooka mentioned; Hay's Elomontary Arithmetic, 12n " 20o Practical Eclootlo Primary History 24o " U. S. History 40o Itriug along tho above books nud receivo their value in trade. No other second hand books will bo received. Wilson's Hook Stokb. Tho river at this point will probably como lo a stand us n very slight rise was reported yoHtorday. erTho season is now nt hand when Blood Purifiers nro most used. Swaynu, Tho Druggist, curries nil tho loading preparations iu that Hue, Call and soojilm. A Carter oonnty farmer wroto to his lawyer in tho city its follows: "Will .you please loll mo whoro you learned to writoT I hnvo n hoy I wish to send to school, nud I tun fraid I may hit upon tho same school youweut For tho next thirty days we will muko tho following nljowanco plokod up in one houses ono da this week, tho contonts of which is highly Interesting, nnd,. nt the samo time, somewhat nmiiBing It was nddrossod to a young lady, nnd was written by hor lover. In the lotter ho expressed his regret at not being able to fulfill a previous engagement, and asked ln'r If she really wanted to sco him, n l then answornd tho question by anying, ! know you do." Tie vouug man, who is a very pnn noiiLvoung follow evidently knows how he stands iu her affection-- , but wo would advise him to m.. his epistles hereafter nnd 1. t leavo thorn scattered around low . i ings of Spring Dress Goods nnd Silks. Thoro is nn array of Sprinu loveliness In theao that la tioim wanning, like the first sunburst nfter a storm. You will forget bleak winter nud forgive its frosts because it is followed by suoh Bweots aa those first harbingers of Spriug. A subject For Women that they are particularly Interested in just now; Carpets. It pays CaVGomo nud soo onr One dlos wo'll troiu vou rlcht. n pound, IV I'j . New End. Oandt Kitchen. I Brynnt Grow, colored, who was luiured several months ng , while boing Initialed luto a loilt'' tho colored pooplo have iu Prn deiioe, Ky died Tuosday. Hh death is said to hnvo been nl' to." gothor tho rosult of tho blows 0 had received 011 tho nlfjlit of l Open K)nv and JVIg;Iit. initiation luto this soorot We nro upon nli night, nnd can It is olnimod that the serv) hot meats, etc., nt any timo, hip and other bones were day cr night. shntterod, r Hopkinsvlllo KeuUliaXAUUANT. EUUOl'K-ituokiau. orgiu.i-natio- -- to think about It whilo yon have time. You can't hurry through it with satisfaction. Our uow Carpets are In, you cau look thorn over leisurely, leavo your order, have them cut and made carefully before tho rush, nnd delivered nt your pleasure They cost no 1.50 Toea inoro, perhupB less. Our lino consists of Ingrains, tvro nnd three Men's Custom Calf jilaij fie ply Brussels, Velvet Wiltons, good value for $3.00 Tupestrloo nnd Moj ottos, Prices (But wo don't kuow them.) Mou'a fine ntylish Shoes in all rnngo from 25c to $1.25. tho now Colors and Toes...- .- 3.00 Who sell good Sugar Men's extra wido Shoos, Kanga$1.00 2,50 25 lbs for roo or Calf, at LOO 25 lbs Rice S lbs Good Green Coffee 1.00 Mon's Oil Grain Shoos, good Laces 20a 1.25 1 gal. good Syrup value.... 25 u 8 bars Lonox Soan 25o 8 bars Clairetlo Soan All tho nowost things Hint go to Ladies Shoes in nil tho new Co Cau of Pens, Toes and stylos, from 1.00 to 3.00 mnko n Lady's costun perloct. (io 1 Can of Corn, Kids uioves, eacn Best Gismonda 1 bbl boat Patent Flour fl.2R $1.25. Wo sell tho boHt Shoes in town, pair wnrrnuted, only, quality, or price, by coming Best quality of Heavy Unblonoh-eto Uuchauan'a fo JL Domestic aold'olsowhero ot mm Atr i HI to uu, uur iiriuu........... Frnlt of the Loom D.omeatlor'.TrOY ..140 Best lied Tiokiug Co Now Cross Bar Muslins Highest Quality, Gc 1st. Good Apron Gingham.....' 2nd, Thorough Work, Best Calicoes, new Spring Pat Co 3rd, Perfect Kits, terns, only lib, Sheeting Pepporell 10c Cth, One Price, Bleaoh'd Money Refunded, lo Best Skirt Lining Cth, Goods Exchanged, 7th, Greatest Variety, 8th, Lowest Price, For os fine and honest goods as tho world produces. ovor a now loaf, nnd buy your Turn Shoes of us. We Bell shoes that Men's Suits as low as COO wear longer nud fit better than you will fiud elsewhere, ut a good Men's Suits as high as 10.50 doal less money. Foil lino of Youths' and ChlJ. Men's Onlf Shoos, in Lnco or COO (iron's Suits from 75o to Congress, narrow and wldo -- can't go astray in stylo. , ' fchaHl . 10-- 1 V VaVatVaBlKlliffiP cs:..iTiiefe 11 fr l Eiifoiries. 1 i)rtfr-A??jWX , M BUG H uu III ONT A. DKT. If I I . . . LI iaiaiaiaiaiaiaiaiaiaiaiaiaiaiaiaiaiaiaiaiaiaiaiaiaiaiaiaiaiaiaiaiaiaiaiaiaHiBHBjfM J . . . aaMiWiaaaaiaaiiiiialllaia""1 ri w" . rBVVBVBlBBVjaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBVaBBBV ..-- iT-m IL , b. , mi iiieniiiiniBal ( WWin ail II 111 .'' JmiHailfKtAMBBBakTafeaaraMMaaaiiB ' lililililililililililililililil ,,. . . , . iAl'HV -(- f ..M-Kf- t ' r w w aaflaaHHHHHaLHaHalaaHaalaMHaHHaVaalBa1aaaaalHaalB. - - jf ' laV UH..j, r t ..sK . '.'? , i.WM.jjwwK ,.,UA.iHsK- - AfltCtCliWS,. .it 1 Million of took Honk fJlvcn An). MANUAL FOR ARMY COOKS. There i one larije house in tln coiintrj that hait taken business on its tutu and Camp Cook of .Not ho Had as J! If lit lis means to ride in on the rising tide .Uiw Enppoteif to the signs of letter timra and to the best In cnnin life tha Jots of dlnlnjr are intervals of the iconic, tho ate nnu urcii lating among fannlira n t.ihiahlo publication I tnore precarious than In the bnrmoks known aa theCharlea A Vocc!crl'oni.in, alllecntise of the innuy Inronienlence to rookery llook and llool. or I onitort nnci jiropcr cooking of the food, snjs tho Health, which contains vorv choice informa However, as an onset llercipts Cbautnuqunti lion on the sublet t of rooking, for Ihe in rim rat ion of gooil, nihstantl.il mitt to this drawback to enrnp life, the np dainty dishes, iievirrtl cspcchlly for it li) jietlte la better In outdoor life. Tor a authontv, will lie found in its field use the cooking titonslla nrc ncces luigca. Much rare ha tcen t.ikcn in ita preparation and tlMtihutinn, titli tho hope snrlly simple. The dishes are few nnci that it will he jut the thing needed for instead of the rellnble barrack range In housekecicrs, and jut the thing needed the shelter of a Udy kitchen sonic rndo oIpo for the rare of the health and house cooklnp place must be Improviscil. Of hold. A a Cooker llook it will hcintalu.i theso cooklnij places the simplest nnd hie to keep on hand ft r reference It also contain frill information in re most economical as to fuel Is in the card to the great remedies of this house, form of a trench dnp In the ground. which prntitie against liodily ailment, rs the Master Cure for 1'aina and Willi moderate weather, faiornlilc toll I PJiODIGAL'S The Ring JiETUJLN. Idler lilng thero kiariigiii, Dogon to slngj under tho man coming to In I of the Almighty's Forgive' ncss on Every Hand, Ami Win (Uniting In I.srgd Cups Frtiti Ten Thnnisml The Tslito JUnrlirs Acrot Hess, nnil It (lursts Are. the Itetlvrmetl of Kartu llr. Sermon. Srrnintt llliiV A wm-B;,s ft; : tr .frXTfoFli r tllio stioo. the weather ed millions ot sufferers to health; The irudeia ot this paier will be pleased to hum that them is at least one dreaded affects arc the it has done what disease that Mimic hna been able to cute in kidneys. The was never done, nil its stnfii'K, nnd that I Catarth, Hall' attempted never tatanh tine is the only positlts cure urea is not before; It has irwdo known to tlie nutlual li.itcrnity, Catatrh - a class live longer than any other. banquotnud festivity. Something has gel went forth with him, and getting off, men sttongei and a lonititutionat disease, reiiuirrt a happened on the old bomestoad great- him Into n field the guardian angel I .s the statistics of nil those who cal-- i 11 healthier; it has cviiatitutionil tii'Htment. Hall' Cot.inli but ir. forced Mamma "I don't sccr.liy you call Daisy er than anything that has ever hap- swept n, circle clear around where ilate upon human longevity that made .. women Cure is taken Internally, scllnc directly Martin selfish. I think flic is a cry nice r. ciai-- ., live uron the l!o.l sr.d liiucu. pened before. A favor Ho son, whom the y6inij timii looJ. Iho back upon the little girl." Kthel -- "Oh, mamma, but ahe It was a circle i i,. ten of religion, ss Why Is It? nlcr: .. it standi is selfish! She's always tit the head of the sslrui, tliticliy iWitrotlng the foundation lungs, and disthan any other. tho world supposed would become n of virtue nnd honor, nnd ho must not I r of the disease, nud Slin class, and ahe won't let any of the rest of us tha patient alone In all these V i is moro draft upon tho nervous vagabond and outlaw forever, has got step bcyoad that circle. Armed foes b buthling up streiiijth get ahead of her." Harper's Hazar. Do you qualities . ui ease than In any other profev tired of slght-scctn-g and has returned came down, but wero.obllgod to h.ilt akaitting n.ttuic in doing its work 'lha not k wetiiu hi nnd their toll Is most exhaust- to his father's house. The w'orld said nt the circle. They could not pass. ptiiprietor hate so muth faith in itsrura by bei iiu MT VOU ta llomeaccker.' Kxcnralon Ticket. kat bbbbs. 'aaal tltei imners that they oiler One Hundred .BBBB lBBBBBBa. K. t most primitive implements ia ho never would coma back. Tho old But ono day a 'temptress, with diai' 1 havo seen ministers kept on . Of. February 15th and 40th, March 1st, 2.1, with-thJ , Dollars f.tr Sr.y il f.,1, lo cure, weaknesa of tllf"S SneJ 199iffSStBBBBBBBBBBBBBFa."BBB-ISth and 16th, April 8th. mil, 10th and 20th, not so fatal to good foot! as might be man always said his sou would como monded hand, stretched forth nnd jjisi rable stiponds by parsimonious fccml fnt ' May 3rd, 4th, 17th, and 18th. 1897, mcrcgations who wondered at thu tin? the kid nCVS, TTnSBBBBBBBBri supposetl. Perhaps the chief roanon ol back. He bad bean looking for him crossed that circle with tho hand, and V. ,1 .Cheney A. Co , Toledo. 0. Address nervous) syntem. such ns is noted In excursion tickets wfll be sold by the HlWfaaaaai day after day and year after year. tho tempted soul took It, and by that i) illness of tho sermon when the men superior degenerated ft'Mhv DmgYlM.,7oe. Cleveland, Akron & Columbus K'v., to near- thja Ib that there nre many reclpea-fo- r i , person. The Hall' V.iii.Ij IMI. snMhe twstA-J- WkMJKaaBBBiBBBSsBBSHPt---- thr-VUaMsfKtEH ly, every point--In cooking tmets, brals, vegetables, Hekncw be wonbl enme back. Now, one fell grip was brought beyond the I I i.od wero perplexed nlmot to death JiortU and -strain Increases tho nervous BmmmmT mTinestlons ot lIvlllinol nnd lintl not IXJmmmmJmmmmmMitM titles of oijia,ets.odaftr to Just sucli condl having returned to his father's house, circle nnd died. Some of yo lii t CriiutoiilR-awiMvncOneansWTTieroui the father proclaims celebration. stopped beyond thnt circle. WpaMf enough nutritious food to keep any tiro dtsturlxtrtcra Inherent In their tiaturo. in tale atniniitl -- "is fl ifHsuBLrnsjdnn r tii im ra d& Parties conteranlat Inca t Juhnf-J- H .IJiere .Is , In the paddock n calf vou not like this day. by tho grace of In their temnernment. No fuel, no A tala furl'. - see or write loanru. A. agtuiaiui r "JS etLllil'.vwdlm.ntlilhtf.v It'saol eiie that has been kept up and fed to ut- Cod, to stop back? This, I say te you, tire. I havo sometimes heen the Inside iias5 HOT SPRINGS IN UGANDA. sVssssi 1 rates of fare, limits of ticket and lull! inTh Hartford Cournlit tolls n storr rniMigh to sajr iiolhlng."l onsets Htatra-nun- . most capacity, so as to bo ready for Is your hour of salvation. There was of the ife of many of the American lKKWtriW4wPBawwi ih formation, or, to the undersigned. CJ K . " cf Yale In the tJd days. The lxiys uied I - IMI ilM HI . BBSBBBl e Passenger Agent, Oct clandl 0, Intcrestlna; llcport of Their Working some occasion of joy that might como in Daly, General a the closing 'hours of Queen clergymon, nc or accepting their IX, KatltMlUttrat l Ui bribe tho printers' "devils" to get Muds bf lllihop Tucker. TaSlBBBBSBBll m XalaWlU.la aBaH tfjinlurl. along. Ahl thero never would bo a what Is called the clock pltality because they can tiot afford It; proofs of the examination topers for - Ka.llct ai.o tUttSM tKi IS Ilcggsr (pitcouslyl "Ah, sir, I am very, The following Is nn interesting grander day on tho old homestead than scene, No smoke, dlisl or cindera on Qnten and asssl seen them struggle on Willi them. When tho college authorities H I " euat TbII Oaloa j it tint down on the pillow out 1 spent ic (savage l) ) story concerning the hot springs nt l)j very, very hungry. W Ita Cretcent lloutr limltol trslns swutli. Bock .aTatBl " Ittoritaaus Lot the butchers do their in helpless sickness, sho codd not salaries of tiro or six hundred dot- "Then have the decency to keep 1 ntir frnn.1 Ruwenrorl, in (he Uganda, ns related this day. KrlUUatrurteaa4a 1 ruieib trains, with every work, nnd tho housekeepers bring In move her head or move her ha id. Sho lars n car tho avorngo less than put n stop to this practice a bright Idea Vl!iiit. Bast aIEfma a.UlI.W,rtwaa. fortune to yourself. I haven't had an appv and the short line fiomCln--iniutl- . time seized one fellow, nnd he saved tho by Bishop Tucker: all! AIwtIS rl(.srnh fit years."-- Tit Hits. EwbbI to the table the smoking meat. The wns waiting for the hour when the that tin ir'strugglo well dcplctod by j fito for m mg Kail tow frM tOfYlkar ll anr ty He hired one of "As tho sun wcntdown.expectlng the musicians will take their places and ministers of state should gather in the western missionary, who says In whole, suffering-pu- t W mm Kf !TT4l4aaiaaJaaMt taialacsMaiMN i. ... m.i1.. K Mt nralftat IkUMUNlMIIMoil. Groan If Yon .Must, cold, wo bad a fire lighted outside our the gay groups will movo up and down angry contest, nnd worried and worn n, letter- - "Thank you for the last re- the printers (It wni summer) U wear She titv.- -. IIIC i.t.u ,..W..V it. UIW..I- M.Well, ,H'Jliasn urgun to ism M m Mr. lla raa aj III rwkaa V Hut also appeal to a means of relief of the tent, but to our astonishment the beat tho Moor. II lie i a pair of white trousers to the ofllce, er' - out by tho coming hour, anil In moAll the friends and neighmittance; until It camo we had not H WM fialM ratfiaraa4liaawlf r torture if phjsical which produces the became so great that we hud to remove I and Btnoon to sit down on the "form" In )ct." Yonkers fc'lalciiuu. ai1 Ev.SafSScaU'ir !aliarail,la'llTar. lors nro gathered in, and an extra sup- mentary absence ot tho nurse In tin any meat In otir house-fo- r one 'year, groan. liheumatism is a prolific source of f at uet uVt ISamf n.To-lln- e S?SBAHSiV'lala'U ta If. poalara. St. power, tho strange power wh eh de and nil last winter, although It was n which were locked the precious quessgony in ita acute iiiflammatori or chrome the fire, and, sure enough, ns time went ply is sent out to the table of tho servfor l'lll f'enla. I inns a. situs stta in., la lauass, at. fonns lint it may lie annihilated at itbitth on, It seemed to get worse nnd worse. ants. The father presides at the tablo iirium sometimes gives one, sh arosi severe winter, our children woro their tions. The- Inky seat of that pair of Oter IOMlciir-- . Win not let No with Jfoatettcr'sHtomarh flitters, which, un or leuiute jourdesiie ur lobactti' It was Impossible to sleep In fact, it and says grace, and thanks tlod that and stood ln front qf thocloc., nnd summer clothes. " An I these men of trousers sold for n deal mora than the like the poisons in minute doses often boy is homo ngaln Oh! stood thero watching tho elock when God I find in different parts of the clothe were worth In their original hatrs rniinet, make health nnd manhood SOUTHERN At it, i perfectly safe In malarial, was worse than the worst night on the his Cure gujutitrcd. Sue and (I tXl.alldiuggista. Bed sea, nnd the same distressing kind how they missed him, how glad they tho nurse, returned kidney, bilious, djspeptic or nertou ailThe nurse said land struggling ngninst annoyance and spotlestness, and relief wns seeurtsii, ments the Hitters is aeertain source of relief of heat. "Do you sco anything pccullai exasperations Innumerable; soma of I'nnble to Rleep, we lay per- nro to have him back of courage to le HOMES IN It takes a higher Ono brother stands iKiuting at tho about that clock?"1 Sho made n. them week after week entertaining spiring ns If we were In a Turkish bath. Gained Twenty-Fou- r Pounds. laughed at than it do? to be shot at Ham's It t.rIKrtt1 4il Cnmmtry, tilant "Vow for another arctic exploration." Xrxt mornini wp Horn. There I agents who have maps or lightning In Inspecting bark door nnd sa .: "This is a great ado answer, but soon died fiu ct4i.i n4ftM?r t?M irNlH'1UNi IMrMlmstrlifO. rlttm, Mid Kogg an he still ted on a search ful his Urrmi ifn. 'I the wonderful hot springs which lay about nothing; this bad boy should a clock sccno In every history. If si un rods to sell, and submitting themselves ! I rl flfsi srraMa lr to rheumatism oi crshocs. Boston Triiimnpt. ; Ml, Im(. twt r r lMtrf tlrrlMt9 MMvtata llroUrn to Kasy rid oihatewill. M. Jacob Just as ha Mas about one hour away to the left. The have been chastised insteaj of greeted; of you would risil from the bed of - h to nil styles of nnnoyance, nnd yet A Woman Oil. gel It i I rslot iiitU I llnl Down Itrslorril lit Health anil THE AMERICAN LAND COMPANY. boiling water was bubbling up all oer veal is too good for him!" But tho nrgy nnd coma out from your dollri in without complaint nnd cheerful of AY. Ry . commencing SunThe B. A 0. S m. i,ui ih, mo. Mrlulil. ho twle a hobb) think no noa iu itutf , day, January 24th, w ill inaugurate on trains n space of nbout 100 ynrds. Down the father says: "Nothing W too good, ot sin una looks on tiio plork of y iii soul. How do you account for the Tha man V.tt, C!reenst.urs. lnl Krvm the ."' No. 4 and 5, a through Pullman Buffet Mcep-inIhxIv else i luakuig any hradaay Barn's nothing is, gooi enough " Thero sits destiny this moment, you would -fact thnt these life Insuranco men center Is a channel In which the hot A N'ew Kra icportrrrnrhtly had theprtv Horn. Car line between llaltimoie mid wnter collects and runsnway, forming the young man, glad at tho hearty re- nnd hear something you have not n n tell us that ministers, as it class, live Hero of partaking of s liounteous noonday via Cincinnati and Indianapolis. ception, but a shadow of sorrow flit- or heard before, aud every tick of ie longer than any other It is because repast at tlie home of Mr and Mr Arthur Cold breed t broo.1 of ache and pains This will enable the patron of the B 1 n stream ns It gets free of ted across his brow SMOKE YDUR NEAT WITH at tho remem-branc- o mjnuto, nnd ovcry stroko of tho ho r of the joy of their work; the Joy Kenad), near Hope, lml., a fen miles serosa St. Jacob Oil detrt than 0, By. to make the abote named the springs. of tho trouble ho had seen. All and every swing of tho pendulu n of the harvest field, the Joy of greet- the line in Bartholomew Co At the table (mints without the iticontcnicnccof chang LRSUQUIDrjmfJ1nraOKE "We found a number of people bathingcars. is at monotonnui at Too niuch ready now. Let tho covers lift. Music. would say, "Now, tiuw, now, now" ing prodigals homo to their rather's ut the eight tear old daughter of thu happr .tiiceiu. LHAAUStr.0.ILlO.JL ing nt the time, ns they believe tho Ho was Kor time of train and further informaGlobe Attluaon dead and he U alive again! Ho house. Oh, we nrc In sympathy with couple, wiiJ had just rrtururd from school loo much home By, tion call on agents B. A O water Is n sure cure for almost every was lost and Is found! By such bold Ob, como home toy Sur Father's tho w IOO Come home, oh prodical, from nil Innocent hilarities. We can enjoy It was raining at the time and consequently Officer (loterruit)- - Vou took a sullen a WW aaaaaa a4 eotlertlat fC rf IQOO clrraiaia. )U Irlballa disease. We placed n few potatoes In imagery does tho Bible set forth tho am) n hearty song nnd wo can be merry her clothititt was damp, the complained of ill Come home, como home! "I think the joke has been carried far one of the largest springs nnd had tho merrymaking when a If 111 I lias' lusl lounu out mat )ou arv cm.aaairlaa. Siat Urmwr atoac sihI saml la I .mvitLbianta.i'lcaiartaiuliBsiriicUona soul comes home But I notice that when the prodi a. with the merriest; but those of us who aching and pains all otrrhrrbvdj -l- begeiMie Blaetler deacendaiit enough," said the editor, as he marked "ac pleasure of luD'iri lkM M l'u! Lu HarrtrnNilli't,Ulrl, eating them, beautifully to Ciod. "Arthur," said Mrs. Kenady, "as noon as li ccpted on it. Brooklyn Life. came there was tho father's joy. lie have tolled in tho service nro ready to ou finish want )ou liolled, in about ten minutes. I am told Firstof all there is tho new convert's did not grcc hi in witli nny forma testify that all these Joys nre tamo to the dtuyour dinner Iget a boi oftngooter Dr. Wll stoio and that the natives Bring round here boil joy. It is no tame thing to become a, "How do you do?" Ho did not o Inrom pit rn life. compared with the satisfaction of see- Iwii's' 1'ink l'tils. 'I he rhcumatitta is set Kingdom of God. tin; hum Lucy ns sure as sotl'rc living, and The service of the Queen and Crescent fast their potntos here every day, and are Christian. Tho most tremendous .no- and tay, "You nro unfit to enter ing men enter tho - go and wash In tho trough by tha The grent erns of every ministry lira I wuto stop it at once In its early stage, trains south. Through lullman drawing thus saved firewood nnd water. The ment ln n man s life I. ...U,... estlbulcd dav bathers have their bath by diverting renders himself to GoJ. room sleepers, standard The grandest well and then you cim come In; w. tho outpourings of tho Holy Ghost, ml mu a long sicklies and ph)aicuiia' ex coaches (lavatories and smoking rooms) ene " Klrgant cafe, parlor and obscrtation cais one of the hot ttrcims in a large hole time on the father's homestead is when have had enough trouble with j u. and I thank God I have seen 10 of 'Ihe mother got the child good and warm dug in the ground. Twentv-fou- r the boy comes back. Among the great Ah, no! When the proprietor of tha' them, 1 hank God, thank Ood! nnd had her remote her wet clothe, and hours Cincinnati to Honda or Tho good pill has i cood cotit. Tho pill cofit Y C Binearson, Gcn'l then ho rrlated her peculiar ripcnencc to Vcw Orleans. throng who in the parlors of our estate proclaimed festival, it was ni I notice also when the prodigal Speclnlly lleiitemlier with l)r Williams' lVik Bills She sakl I'ass'r Agt., Cincinnati, O. reBorvos two purposes; It protoots tho pill, ' I had him get thou- - pills fur I.ury Cleveland, Akron & Columbia R'y.. church professed Christ ono night was outburst of a fnthcr's lovo and a comes baclc nil earnest Christians That the a young man who next morning rang father's joy. God is your father. I joice. If yoti stood on Montauk Point, i still nelling round trip tickets lietnecn all I know they will cuin her, for it to rotnla nil ita romodinl vnliio, nnd It A jury of ravens would not be long in stations on its line, good going and returning my doorbell and said: "Sir, I can not have not much sympathy with tin dc nnd thero wns a hurrienno nt sea and they cured me, sa all in) neighbors will tell that a linnet could not sing. Sunday, at a rate of one fare for the round contain myself with the Joy I scriptlon of God 1 sometimes hear It was blowing toward the shore, and jou disKulscs tho tnato tor tho pnlnto. Somo pill trip Ask any agent for particulars, or write "After tho birth of my younget child contti nro too honvy; thoy v?lll not dlsaolvo in Icy pavements and bruises give aches and to C Y Daly, General Passenger Agent, feel; I camo here this morning as though ho was n Turkish su tan a vessel crashed Into tho rocks, and here, about two tears ago, 1 was completely to express it. I bao found more hard and unsympathetic, and lliten-In- you saw people get oshoro ln the life nmken uown l took nioiicme irom I lie Clc eland, O. pains. St. Jacobs Oil git en cuie, comfort. tho Btonmch. nnd tho pills they cover pasa joy In five minutes In serving not to tho cry of his subiccts. A boats, and the very last man got on the phjaician who had attended me through my really smart preacher is one who Vno ws God than In nil the years of my prodi I man told mu bo saw In ono of tho uast rocks In safely, you could not control cuiifuii-mriithrotiyh tho nyntom na hnrtnloett nn n, broad and worse but grew wor ndlroad men will not dance except at a when it is wise to lie "callM" to another I I ciml.l trarcrly R alwut all i'Rtand ball." AtchUon Ulobc. gality, and I came to say so." You l crn lnuds a Uln ir. tnil iTouHSuy. Ami ivls u ilntl timet wholi until nll,r ,t.4nr, with alnut thatt M,n , iiollot. Other contrt nro too llijht, nnd pormlt tho lit id. AtchUon OloV,.. n, ariri tMe CTtiixoh of liotl aoot luun who ura euli J'jiUim would stinnl all through inr Imvo soon perliapt a man ruunlnjr lor I two men ueru ppoody dotoriorntlon of tho pill.. After HO yonrt Casearrts stimulate Jirer, kfdners mid Kit stopped free and permanently cured. jus icrapurai uueriy nuu mo umvera ut ono clmrgeil the other with Having tossed on tho ocean of their sins plant liody, and tin least exertion or mere, bend bowels, rs ever sicken, weaken or gripe, 10c. So oxponuro. Ayor'H Stignr Con tod PUIa hnvo boon fits alter first dayV ue of Dr. Kline's the law after him, nnd you saw him eaten his rice, and tho king said: rock Jesus ing over would rails ine to hive mint lifting the heir feet- - on and the & escape, or afterward you hear the Great Nere BeMorcr Tree $2 "Then slay tho man, and by postlirist Oh. when prodigals como eell,unbearable sulTernig was it terrible l People really ought to have better sense treatise. Ur. Kline, 033 Arch sttrial bottle found nsoffoctirons if Juat frouh from tho labor-ntorI thought was cauvsl most , Miila., 1'a. hear the Christians by my heart, a I often hart fainting judge had pardoned him, and how mortem examination find whether he ome. lust than they haie. Atchinon Globe. It'a n Kood pill with a good coat. Aok Just hear the Christians pray. spells When ocnthing elao had failed lu Tlie degree of every manhood i tie. great was tho glee of that rescued has eiten the rice." And he was slain. MnirFrost-bite- s your drueglst for arc like burns and scalds. All Icrmined by how muchman's says no to him- man; but it is a very tame thing that Ah' tho cruely of a scene like that it is nut n stereotyped supplication wer reliete me and I had git en up all hoi of he I chancel to lead wmi lestinwnuli are cured by St. Jacobs Oil. self .Bam s Horn. compared with the running for one's Our God Is not a sultan, not a despot, ave heard over and over Bgaln for SJ In the N'ew Krs and the Indianapolis S'ew. r everlasting life, the terrors of tho kind, loving, forgiving, vears. but a putting of the caso in the and tho suffering of tho peon! who made but a ttift Tolmcco " A telephone at a business office is not for him, and ChrUt Cuming lu to par- and he makes all heaven ring again lands of God with ia it linjnn tunaU ! the statements were so aimihar lo mine, As jou chew tobacco for pleasure, use social messages. Atchison Ulobc. when a prodigal comes back. "I have pleading. No long prayers. .Men nev that when I lend that thev had been cured Star. It is not only the licet, but the most don and bless and rescucTsave. I Williams' lasting, and therefore the cheapest. You remember John Bunyan In his no pleasure," He says, ' in the death ,r pray at great length unless they by I)r to trv the Bmk Bills I at once res Moic pill r 'Heat is la Ayet' CatsUool in piftt. medicine procured rolled CA;llC Loll, Mat. great story tells how the pilgrim put of him that dleth." All may be saved. lave nothing to say nnd their hcartt brati and took the pills according lo dlree-tInve is dead when the husltand begins to Ills fingers to his cars nnd ran, crying If a man does not get to Heaven, It is are hard and cold. All tho prayers lr ns and s,xin felt much better, nnd could grudge the money it takes to support buWhen I had finished ro aWut with ra No tho Bible that were answered wcr "Life, life, eternal life!" A pogr car becauito he will not go there. tt ife Barn's Horn. - affrr dieach ix NiTrs, driver some tlmo ago, after year hav- difference the color, no difference the nIio.-- I prayers. "God be merciful tome, meal. I wisnever missing a taken them since. cured I hste 1 have found 1'iso's ing had to.strugglo to support his fam- history, no difTcrcuce the antecedents, a ..inner " "Lord, that I may receive when I felt badly, and I now feel as well ss Consum Cure for Results prove the greatest mgrlt For a tion nn unfailing medicine. 1". It. Ixitz, ily, suddenly was informed tb.it a no ill Here n cc tho surroundings, no i y sight." "Lord, savo me, or I per- - ever spring medicine there un be no substitute for 1305 Scott St., Cotingtou, K., Oct. 1, 1891. large inheritance was his, and there difference tho sin. "It a ptessuro now to do mv work Hood's Sarsaparllla, because Its unequaled When the white isn." When I began taking the mcdirlna I record ot cures ot all blood diseases proves was a joy amounting to bewilderment; horses of Christ's victory ore brought weighed 1W pounds, now-- I tip the beam at INTERESTING ITEMS. knows himelf well, will The man who but that is a small thing compared out to celebrate the eternal triI can cat anything; that comes along, 133 know a good deal about other men. Bam I)r Wil 1 lie new bride always hna n wary, with the experience of one when ho umph, you may ride ono of thorn, nnd nnd sleep like s log Before I tis-Horn. deed to ns God Is grenler than nil, Ills joy Is face when bams' I'ink Pills I could ararrrly eat any has put In his hands the title ispicious expression on her I had no arpctite, and i hing or sleep at nil The Grip of Pneumonia maj be warded off the joys, the raptures, tho splendors greater, and when a soul comes back, 'r husband Introduces her to a young what I ate wouldn't stay on my stomach I vvithllale s Honey of Ilorehound and Tit r. of Heaven, and he can truly say, there is in his heart Hhu surging of nn ddj whom ho used to know before ho feel that the medicine anted nir from anun Is the One True 1'ikc's Toothaihc Dropx Cuic in one minute. "Its mansions are mine, its tem- infinite ocean of gladness; and to extlmelv grave, nnd wouldn't care lo at married Blood Purifier o! n A funeral at a liou".e attracts people who ples nrc mine. Its songs are mine, its press that gladness it takes nil the rivC I. Hood & On.. Lowell, Mass. Tub Newark (N J.) public library I could not get it. Bather used the last and box n fetv dtys ago for sick hwsd.iche. go there at any other time. Alt luson God is mine!net er Oh, it is no time thing ers of pleasure, all the thrones of pomp is refused to permit tho New York hasn't Ik en troubled since Tltat ia why we aroprompt emclent and Glolie. HnnH'c Pillc to become n Christian. Itisamerrj- - nnd all the ages of eternity. It Is a iitrnal and World to be taken Into are without them " Dr. William' BinU Bill contain, In aeon When bilious or costive eat a Cascaret, making. It is the killing of the fatted joy deeper than all tdepth and higher ,'s building. They have been removed A booklet, kandsomelyllluntrutcd, describing M Musk ber larms candy cathartic, cure guaranteed. 10c, 25c. calf. It is a jubilee. You know the than all height, and wider than nil 'rom the rending rooms of tho library. densed form, all the element neceasary to give new life nnd richness tn t?ie blood and and the opportunities there tor Bible never compares It to a funeral, width, and vaster than nil immensity. I'liYflCM.sg nie advocating the uso restore shattered nerves Tlx-- arc also n I IskaBka youDg men and farm renters to be The w ay to get a better position i to moro but always compares it to something It overtops, It undergirds, it outroose farm owners Mailed without charge on ' pure olive oil, which comes from pecificfortrouble peculiar lo female, such than fill jour present one. Barn's Horn. application to I'. S. Kustis. General I'asscnger delightful. It Is moro apt to be com- weighs nil the united splendor and t ifornia, for weak lungs. It bids as suppressions, irrrgularitim nnd all forms It. It, Chicago, 1IL Agent weakness, In men V V A marvelous exumplo of skillful aK'iaE With cold neuralgia increases. With St. pared to a banquet than anything else. joy of the universe, nnd who can tell f i rto take the place of cod liver oil, of re in all cases arising they effect n radical mm on mi gttrs from mental worry, a 1 1 1 1 MOrktnnnshlp Tho only bicycle It is compared in the Bible to water, what God's joy is? You remember an i it Is though by many pleasauter to ct of wlnilerer nature qultkrrlltnarurrurt overwork or exe-I tsllmonll mnii lo dials Jacobs Oil It decreaes and ntuicd. bright, Hashing water, to ihe morn- reading tue story of a King, .who on with absolutely true bearings. hftrt fnrbook of mmWAmu Vlnk Bills nre sold In Imic fnever In loo., trcaUuKt frre. Or. H. II. vkiicvs sus. niuit, bs. It is entirely superfluous to tell people ing, roseate, tlreworkcd mountain- - some great day of festivity scattered fun checking or unchecking a horso bulk) nt .V) rents n lox or si: Ihixch for 2.50, I that jou are getting old; )ou thow it. Forrtllible Informstlon about Klorld Savin;; tn cost of machinery and transfigured morning I wish I could silver and gold among tho people, who u re, ently patented device has a strap nnd may lw had of nil dnnrgit. o direct by V FLMIDA Apply tor sain and llthoirranh mini , y lalxir cuables tu to furnish HXIIUIIA to FLOKIDA. HbUMTEAD CO, take all the Bible expressions sent valuable presents to his courtiers; d'taWicd to the rein, running through mail from Dr. Williams' Mcdicino Company, Just try n 10c box of Cnscarefs ranilv ptttcrnscf Wotrrtos.lmiirovodsnd 111 about pardon, and peace, and life, but mcthiuks, when a soul comes a ring in the check hook to pull the Schenectady, N. Y, hterand bow el regulator made. and comfort, and hope, nnd Heaven, back, God is so gl.id that to express heih. back and fasten It, or release It AccoiuilMO to life Insurance roports aaaaPSaBBBBsr aBtaaaUaal CatalofU free f rom u or Ih dealer. Vi sjj A baby in a buggy is n good thing, but no and twist them Into ono garland His joy He flings out new worlds into it hen fastened. jjj. tho Negro belongs to a rapidly disapInJIanapelli, INDIANA IIICYCLI1 CO., man likes to push it along. and put it on the brow of the liumblcs space, and kindles up now suns, and A the most densely populated counpearing race. It is satd that thj morchild of God In this assemblage, and rolls among tho whltc-robc- d anthems try .hi earth Belgium has ranked for tality among thorn is by fur greater Cold stiffens a sprained muscle. St. Jafloat rrmi. Taaua Oood. Cm cry: "Wear it, wear it now, wear it of the redeemed a greater hallelujah, munv years bho must now surrender than among tho ivhlto race, so much so cobs Oil warms, ottens and curps it. God. daughter of the while with a voice thnt rcvcrvcrntcs forever; sou of the ruibon. for Saxony has como to that quite a number of the) lfr o Insurtold illrsct la lha tml h Vnbodt- - has simn.itliv for a fat man. Lord God Almighty." Oh, the joy of among tho mountains of fr.inkincense iaki her place. In Belgium there ore ance companies will not acrcpt the ennumr for 34 imhi plirwil lirlj-l- f fVnm tin. nrA.ljfcl. though ctcry real fat one needs it all tho the new convert. Oh, the gladness of timl la sabolaaaj brlcea. Bavlag Negro for insurance, Ihe renson thnt 10 ,n every squaro mile, lu Saxony ,A. (f.'K.-- K 1647 time. , auviu Mia asaisra pro the Christian service. ton have seen Ing gates Ho cries: "This mj son, was more thsn GDI). nia. htals aotahfra is assigned for this Increasing death WHMT WNITIKO T AMVKKTISEBS PI.IC! nirexaauaauo! It lakes backbone to take any kind of a sometimes a man In a religious as- -' dead, nnd he Is nlivt addressing tho rato of the colored people Is that, ns u .Moiiiiih, job taw Wtt.AatartlMaacat Tiiomih rnra ala i. H stand that will leave a man standing alone. smbly get up and givo his experience. At tho opening af tho cxpi sitlon in v strd, Hog,, iron and steel rule, the Negro is ex t remedy careless He New Orleans I suv a .Mexican flutist, Mrntfordshlre, ,lVcll, I'nul gnvo his experience. living nnd his habita- Wjj managers, mentioned having in his in his manner of nrose in the presenco ol two cnurcues, and he played the solo, and then after-th- possession wire worth SI 3i a tion, nd docs not bestow upon him-sechurch an earth nnd the church In ward the ejght.or-tc- n Jhandi of musli:.'! pouuo, or drawn thnn S4,00A par toll. rS, tlMHWJ' tho same csra that tho white uinn mora BBBBfJBJBJBJBaavssm as ss M iimtu, mm uiu. mm viii i my i accompanied uy me great, organ came I Cr4 M MUi IW .fsflct In an uncnnactnuarfln. ' experience; sorrowful, yet aUvuys in; uui me sounu oi mat ono tluto as Hairspring wire Is worth 3100,000 per docs in these rospects. ntTaWma, MUItlAIIT. IB.aniiaaiai --- - jnwxyi nm dltlo'n andhurrlcd to the fiearest hospital. On exainlnatlNnl'etvltoftv was found , ElKHAKT sUHuixt by m i.i i naiitsi.am ii poor, yet rejoicing; making compared with nil the orehestrts was ton, and tho barbed wire used 61,' to be covered with sores ciuscd by thcliypodcrmlc Infection of mortihlnr-'THE MARKETS. dentists lu tooth ncrvo extraction, many rich; having nothing', greater thnn nil tho combined y of lfiOjOOO per ton. This mere wreck of a woman had once-he- ld Tho basic material an honorable and lucrative yet possessing -nil things." If ClucisitATi, March position In a large publishing house in the people in tlilf. house know the joys the universe when compared ,th the of all is ordinary cheap ore, S 10 MVK resounding heart of Almlght, Ood . At .... 3 i bL 4 10 tinithirat. .. New York. Her health begnn to fail. InNew York A NP.w club, known as the of the Christian religion they would all Tor ten years a father went thr e JEJ ALaasaaaaK -- . JJ O a JJ times Mycologlcal club, has recontly been stead of taking reht and medical treat pass over Into the kingdom of Ood the a day to tho depot. His son 9 linrl.rntnninn a 70 ii i 0 Mlied raxUcrs ment, she resorted to tho stimulus of next moment. When Daniel Sande-ma- n In aggravating circumstances went olF formed. 'Ihe objects aro to bring . 1M t I 7J I.lKht morphine. all those .In any way Interested RIIKKi' ahipters was dying of cholera, his attend lather saiu: "Ho will come lurW hut tin - 3 74 kUti , Choite ' Tin f. -71 UUI omuj ..III.Im n,.,l..-- l.AMll Oood to choice """ nox- KLOUR Winter family Tho hospital physicians discov- ant said, "Havo you much pain?" strain wan too much nud his mum In cdloio lungi; to ......I.. 70 3 49 rt ered that her primary trouble was "Oh," he replied, "slnco I found the parted, and three times a day tin rooms and toadstools and those may S red.... . t Mis No 3 red... an affection of the womb, which Lord I have never found any pain ex- father went. In the early morning h. Ions nnd poisonous kinds which " U tl (0 Vi No. Smiled . ., Corn collect and nt is could readily have been cured In cept sin." Then they said to him, watched tho train, Its arrival, tho step be mistaken for them; to Information O Is Na : ss V' If "Would you like to send a messago to ping out of tho passengers, Itje-: disseminate all valuablo the flrbt stages. and the 10 7J ttllM to arouse a TTAY Prima lo Choice "Yes, I a J? n pork.,,.. If, when she had felt those se- your friends?'1 last night would; tell tho departure of tho train. At nooi. concerning them, and a cheap nd 1'HOVISIOSS-Me- s tho lovo of ho was there again watching Larn Prime sleam wider appreciation of vere pains In the buck, the terrible them that only 10 food supply, which In this UUTTKIt-Cho- Ira dlr rushing Into my soul like vance of tho train, watching the a creamery . aIv tin. ,i. ' abundant headaches, the constant sense of Jesus camo of l'rlmo I 21 M the surges the sea, and I ml to parture. At night he was there country, It is urged, is quite neglected. AITIXS-r- arlo cholra bbl...... fullness, soreness nnd pain in tho cry out, 'Stop, Lord, is enough; stop, j 10 00 O Sr.xATon "Timm" Cluwoiith, who POTATOES Per bbl watching the coming, wutchlntr pelvic region, she had used I.yillu Lord, enough!' Oh, it NP.W VOI11C the joys of this going, for 10 years. He was sure tl represents Mr. I'latt, Is tho author of 11. FLOUn-Winl'inkhntn's Vegetable Com- Christian religion. Just nnni. over fium sou would " a bill In tho New York legislature CHAIN ter Whea patent.. ..... IM OIH!' 4 So. I norlh'n pound. It would have dissolved and those Unit: Joys In which you are in- watching come back, flol lm. Na reJa which prohibits, or seeks to prohibit,and walling for some of i , For the last 20 years we have kept Piso's Cure for Conpassed off that polypus In the dulging, Joys of this world, Into thu my brothers, 10 years, a No of any portrait, or nl- COUN Mlied mixed 20 Itho publication aTCtr aaaaaaaasl?VBv womb, and sumption in stock, and would sooner think a groceryman could l she would have raptures of the gospel. The world can of nny person In any OATs ew 10 years, porhaps SO years 1'OltK-Nmess w, leged portrait, SO crn U Si been u well woman sitting ln her not satisfy you. you have found that ing, waiting, watching, get along without sugar in his store than we could without newspaper, periodical, magazlno or Y watching V C1IICAOO. ofllce. the written consent of out. Alexander longing for world's to If now the prodigal should como I.. , book without Piso's Cure. It is a sure seller. RAVEN 4 to QIM CO., Druggists, ol- rl.OUIt Winter patent it Why will women let themselves conquer, nnd yet drowned In his own what a scene of gladness and HI'j HI U IVheal No t,0 person whoso portrait81,000 is lin- - flllAIN !(hlcugo sprttuf reil fest.v Is Cercsco, Michigan, September 2, 1896. ... A penalty of 7t go in this way? It seems passlnj; bo tie; Byron whipped by disquietudes and how tho great Father's he.,,, 'legedtobc. U No htninge that a woman like this one. arouud the world; Voltaire cursing his would rejoice at your coming h0Im nosed for each violation of tho bill. roiiv No No. t S lS admits that tho bill OA'IS-I'OlttC-Meso highly educated, nnd so well phitoil, should have du- - own soul while the streets of 1'aris You will come, some of you, wi.l , U 8 JO Senator Ellsworth I Oi U 4 10 is aimed at enrtoons in tho nowspapers. l.AItll bteiuil .. were applauding him; Henry VIII. wot? You will, you will. pended on morphine, Instead of seeking ti radical cuie. iiAiriMoui: I notice also that when a prod.ya Thero is no excuse for any woman who suffers sho need not go without consuming with hatred against poor Tub pope Is allowed for his personal 1'I.OUIt-rsrn- lly . . . St Hi & 4 ) -- all n Illustrations comes homo thero is the joy of m,,, . wonts about gi"UUuu nnnuiwiy. help. Mrs. I'inkharn stands rendy to help any woman; her address is 'ihomas Wheat Nu 2 Glials -tr'i tho fact that this world tcrs of religion. Oh, it Is a graui regular allowance. Is also made for I'orn Mined Lynn, Mass. Write to her; it will cost you nothing. In the meantime get n of O xWit :i happy. thing to preach this Gospel. 1 (n u other dignitaries of the vatlcan. The J.AUD-ltl'll5(1 Lydla E. l'inkham's Vegetable Compound ut tho nearest drug can not make a man bottle of Ull Other 10111- - Mest The very man who poisoned the thero has been a great deal said no. . cardinals receive 3140,003. ait h store. The following letter from one of your sisters will encourage) on: 3 70 -- i; 4 W A'lTl.i:-Fl- rt 1... quality .....i mu pommel of the saddle on which Queen vow i.iii. Mini ,1... iliuriisillps of tl i.t ...nenses are; Tor poor dioceses, 80,' HO 1 Krle St., 27th Wa-Mks. Br.rtTiii. Lr.imMAN, No. 1'ittsburg, I'u., writes 4 to Is Western street unriKiian ministry, i iioo: secretary of state, il Dlllllfl I.l to Mrs. I'inkham: "I can hardly find words with which to thank )im for Hlizabcth rode, shouted in INDIANAPOLIS. j) "Uod savo the Queen!'' One mfnetit would tvritu a irood. rou&m., i. .l nloyes mid ablegates, S300.00J; support 83 what you havo dona for me. I suffered iieurly seven yenrs with backache the world applauds, aHAINWhest jo 8 and the next mo- about tho Joys of tho Christian uiiois ot schools aud tho poor, Corn Na Smlo1 :i RE PATIO M and sideachc, leucorrhuca, and the worst forms of womb troubles. if mixed 18 Oats-- Na ment tho world anathematizes. Slnco I entered the profes,i,, J ministration of tho Vatican, 3300,000. Oh, " Doctors failed to do me any good. I have taken four bottles of Lydla 13. corns over Into this greater Joy, this havo seen more of tho . goodness of Tho total expenditures for alt imposes I'LOUIt-Wlnt- er 3 "S it 4 00 10 patent. l'inkham's Vegetable Compound and one box of Liter Bills, and used ono sublime solace, this mngnilicicut beati- than I "111 be able to celebr.ite TsWHrBPWBfiTr3'l ALL amount yearly to woro than 31,490,000. ailAlN-Wh- iut No J red, W package of Sanative Wash, and now can say I urn wvll and have been stead- tude. The night after the battle of .teimty 5MMJ I Cfirti Illicit DRUGGI.1TA ,,.., The Incomo is received from many25 50 know somo ki. S3V, ; am stouter to say, Italy con1 hate been OaU-Muud now than ily gaining flesh Stranfo it tiJi. for Shiloh, and there were thousands of their equilibrium and thuv .i . sources. ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEED "" i.tri J'OHK-M- eis u rto n,,, ,,, ,J u, orf rjtipaiics. rtcarti ( nirnulli. rrj., llt rlDII ,,,, years. I urn recommending your Vegetable Compound to iny frleuds, Again wounded on thu field, and the ambuli,Aiai-tte- aU ' l"i ??:' 1"Jl Jj MMtrYil, Cm. . !!m" Tors. in t I thank you for the good health I am eujoyliig," ances had not come, ono Christian sol- - feu to you plainly that when I ,c, B jarBest amounts of mono, MM -n- Aches, St. Jacobs Oil. To give ome idea of the labor and ex pense of this output, more than 200 ton of paper have been need in ita publication, and at the rate of 100,000 n day, it haa tjken scv eral month for the Issue. The book ran lie had of druggist every where, or bv enrloaing n 2c atamp to The Ikiltimore. Charles A. Vogeler Company, Md. nnd sufllcient skill dticli iv stove am be inndo to nnsucr eiery jmrove. I'leld otcna, too, of prlmltnc fashion nre constructed for bnkiiiff "soft broad," beans, nicnts, etc. This is done cien when the nrmy is on the mnrch, pnnldcd the weather in not too btorniy for tlic bread to lise. Tor imlhldun! cooking' nnd eating on the field, neocssltnlcd by emergencies, the government furnishes each soldier with one men! can nnd plate combined, cno three-pin- t cniitecn, one tin cup, one Knife, fork nnd spoon. With nil lt hardslilps.ton'ri cooking This heavenly land tromourni Oil, It Is a great religion to Uvo by, customary to celebrate joyful events and a great religion to die by, There by festivity. The tjgniug of treaties, is only ono heart throb between you the proclamation of peace, the inaugu- nnd that religion. Just look Into tho ration of presidents, the coronation of face 6f your pardoning Ood nnd surkings, the Christmas, the marriage. render yourself for time nnd for eterHowever inueli on other days of the nity, nnd He is yours, and Heaven is year our table may have stinted yours, and all is yours. Somo ol you, Thanksgiving on supply, day like tho young man of tho text, have bo I know not tho hismust there borne thing gone far astray. And all tho com- tory, but you know It, you know it bounteous. fortable homes of Christendom have nt When n young man went forth Into some tlmo eolobrated lovful events by life, tho legend ssys, his guardian an- Br. Tnlmnge's text Sunday was I.xiko xv., 2:1: ltrlug hither tho fatted calf nnd kill It. In all ages of tho world It hna been Intra Is a luml ot pure delight And when ho camo to thn next lino there were scores of voices singing; Where silnu Immortal rclgn. Tho song was caught up nil Ihrongh tho fields anion? the woonded until it was snld thero woro nt least 10,000 wounded men uniting their voices ns they camo to the verso: Thrra evorlsttlng spring sbtdos Tlsbuta narrow striata ottlJcs And never-witheri- flowers! Ood and giving up his feel In body, mind and soul n transport. W hen I see n man bound hnml nnd foot lu evil hnbts cinnncl-pued- , 1 rejoice over it ns though It w.re my own emancipation. service When In one communion in h throngs of young nud old stood up and In the presence of Heaven nnd nnd hell attested their allegiance l, tesus Christ, I felt n Joy something nUn to that which the Apostle Ae "Whether In t, ulies when ho says: tli,- - body 1 can not tell, or out of tho b, Iv I can not tell: (lod knoweth." havo not ministers a right to re-j- , (i when a prodlgnl conies home 'J hoy blow the trumpet, nnd ought tlt not to le glad of the gathering They iiolnteir host? the of to tho full supply nud ought tint not to rejoice when thirsty j, u's plunge as the hart for the wnter l.r iks? They came forth saying: "All t'i hits are now ready" ought they not t r.'jolco when the prodigal sits down Hie banquet? Iilfo Insurance men aw tell you that ministers of religion, e ru-r- Home-Meter- INTELLEOT AND NER.VE3. The Stn.ln of Mental Work Istrraiss .Srrvona Iitaturlianpr. At a rrccntJtrtting of tho Acmlcmyof Medicine M. Jlnpnun annlyrrs) tho paper of Dr. Toulouse, constituting bji inquiry into the coiuirotlon between Intellectual superiority and neuropathy, ays it Boris correspondent of tho London Standard. Thnt Inquiry must, says M. Mngnnu, bo made on the iiutenU-li'il- t men In science, art nnd literatures nml M. Zola was selected for tho first oUsoirvnUoni. Somo tlmo ngo tho novelist explained in n letter ittntlo public why he lent himself willingly 1o the Inquiry. As enrly an 1643, Bet elllc 1'arlse, In his physiology of men occupied Jn In tellectual work, discovered ln tlie nervous disorder free, ictitly noted among them the consequences of tlie too great nctlvlty of thobrnlu. Dutmbequent-l- y Morcaii, of Tours, going further, declared thnt a genius was but n man sufTerlng from neurosis; nrl, lastly, 1ombroso declnml genius to bo epilepsy. Thooa roncluslonn weir, wild M, Mngrain, far from being founded on trolly sclrnttfla luines. I)r Toulouse, thinking that the solution of thequee-tiodemanded dlrrot observations, h) proved by long nnd minute olwertallonn that il. Zolu Is neither sufTerlng from epilepsy nor from hysteria, nnd that ho is not a madmnn; but thnt the nuraerr oik nervous disturbs nw,,,h"SPr'erC denote n rertnlrownnt of equilibrium hi n of year ,. .. ly checking troubles of the 00 roil 10 CBNTH. wiicn men .. kidneys nnd restoring these great Just 8i:ni Tuts Nuticb and 10 Cum stumps lo John A. Snlrer Feed Co., Ln and women ,, organs to licaltk strength, and become weak nnd Is Crosse, Wis., nnd get IS farm seed that by the use ol wot th $10, to get n start, kJ ened by .. YlOATvVtVO "!scc,"lie observed, musingly, "that at el the weathlow whitewash has just been Intented," 1 he editnrof the ew Journalism leaeil exrltrd er, and run ly from his clnir "Great Seoul" ho It has ttood tho uown genera "who did it? We must secure him test of tliilcjlt hai at nny price ns nn nrllst for our toloiid sup- ally. .. .. The saved thouundsol V I'rcss, plement '"-- N first parts that lives: It has trttor. Wheat GO bushels. Potatoes 1.C00 bush-el(iiusses 0 tons per nere, etc., etc. $.10 s, WHAT A STCri'.NOOU" LIEI We hear a farmer say when he reodi that John Brelder, Mlshlcott, Wis., grew 173 bushels of Bnlzer's Bllver King Ihirlcy ier ncro In lbOO. Don't ou bellrra It? Just write lilml You see Salter's seeds nre bred up to big ) Irlds. And (hits 230 bushels, com SCO, HIS IS THE HERE 18 ONLY ONE SURE WAY known to medical men for prompt TIME -' until-pie- thrown .uifvi.f results caused tlt VI' ?- , ,1 -- Jr- vt k 'l''fmLf r.si iKaa.til fcKdUlSaPS aJhcar ' hos-Ann- "' hie corn-fot- t. (1 EEV' f IBS? Jim 'Sr t t'WM i.l. .ri. - To-Ili- long-abse- e l'lrlr TCVAC ICAAO f1t Irl m I Chi-lag- t good-size- d S-- ft aji.a. tt !...- Pill Clothes. t, trtl y- - law-afte- Ayer's Cathartic Pills, Best r ls n j ( I H Sarsaparilla LULL s H - riili y HDnDCV1' re.IlVr O aiUI), ti' e $J V IvFVf TAMI-A- SSI Yucatan, it is perfection. '' B H ' dVJK mfm WmJf WW'Ey9 , WEHAVENOACENTS !rr. 1 " m ?- 9OR04JWAY. e. lf warn: EI 1 A af,ni saaaaaxaMaMeaiiaiaaaaaia. m - . i:W CALVlfd-PairiocoodU- gtit AA ..... -- , UHAW-Whcat-- No. il I iawjPST a vaaaTvaTC ... "3 a a & No , nt-a- u I I I 1 1 I u.. s, nlli y year-year- i't aaaaaaaV I.AUU-Wetl- & . s. l!i !' ncil d. tl-- r.i I ... am nu-tr- y. racoelb CU COflSTI .ANDY GATilARTIC , bot l ISsJlaSIl utd tttii imm """ ii un ' "w Ta X "