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I Assistant Editor, XMil TIIE OLDEST NEWSPAPER: jjVliSTKRN KTSwMGKX) .a A :iiURiER:rL . tli fi : . J XBATHESS AMD DISPATCH. ....... SALE BILLS, - ENVELOPES, LETTER HEADS, I'rico of Subscription, 31.00 cunnENT TOPICS. Ui'r.rtx Viciuiiu J iald to lmre is htato cnrrliiRci. Tub fly lnys four tlmc ench nummcr ml SO cjf)j o.ioh time. Tiik nnny worm !in coU America inoro tlina lliu ruTolutlonnry ivnr. Tjikiik 111 bo nit Inimunso hay crop ptlicreil In Now Cnlninl llilb huiii luor. A IHiuiil.K hit. lm been known to ilUtnuco a locomotlvn (.'oln'.'Oiiill'S an liour. It Is nll Hint orer 8,0M lives ffj-r"tv c ESTABLISHED AYABASll Th 1851). HICKMAN, FUXTON COUNTXgkta WKECK. Victims nomalns of Hit Seven whipped to St. Louis. A lir re fnffnrr' l),iiiecmfal J'florl la tli?,Trlti -- .Srnr.f OnclUlf tha Hall on thu Train l.mi or Ilritriiyed t'Urliic AiTjj Ilia Vrok. t 1 i f cofllu Mere forwarded to bU J.oAls Hundayrfrom Missouri City, 'I hey contained victim of Satduring the rccont uutttuiuako In urday the remnlna of on night's wreck the Wabash Inilli. road. A correct Hat of tho dead Is as 1:. will uiiTcr touch on onllRptlr, follows: W. .S. Mills, j)ostsl clorkj 0. nnd will Itutantiy luaro a dead only-Ini- f M, Smith, postal clerk; "(lustavo A. iipmoii, hmllh, postal clerk; Charles Winters, Tiik ilcu'cndanU ottt ilm;lo foinulo postal clerkj V. W. llrlnk, postal clerk; Wn will ulten number 1,090 In a KdwnrJ (irlndroJ, baggsgeiiian; Chan. I'. (JrcutUy, brakeman; all of Ht. Mim Hum Cun.itli, ql Now Vork, re. IlOllI. toUJiejoudo'cloHfofStbo5- - train., OQ. f?5i four iifcuT"- - x-- "u (Aipt'lanifrof St, IiOtilsT'Aho wa Til S agricultural department of n Aatuntny night ainouj. the deadj Tc.xa noK;iH,r in conducted by it still nlivo. Ho ?as removed Sun(irccu Mculow Jlrowti. day morning to the railroad hospital nt 1 ill: I linrlcktun New anil Courier Ir Moboriy. With a fracture I skull and urging tlin cnlnblUliniiMit of u textile several broken ribs he lingers between kdiool In boulli Carolina. life mid death, but tha surgeons T III: export of butter from the I'lilted u hope that ho will recover. KUtrit to 1'nroj.o roa in isvd from U, Of the 10 others injured not ono I ttw.cwu iKHimU tosi.'J3a.uoj. lu a critical condition, tlioujh many of r Cait. William J. Ci.aiik. tho hint them wero thrown of kurvlror of the John Itronn rnlfRr the length of tha coaches In which In ICnnmv died tliro a few tiny uga. they wero riding. Mr. W. II Wilkinr, son, of ICausa City, Is tha most seriIn (ioriiuny, Tub diktfllmted last car more than 13,000 ously hurt Two small bones of her marks unions tlio Indigent fiiuilllcii of loft hand are broken and she suffered n ero laceration of the thigh as woll author. A lllliuixiili.ui (line ) traileitnnii h.ik a bruises about the faro and neck. turno I looio In thti utroolt a pair oi 'Die wouud uf rcost of the other nru Kansas Citt, Ma, June S3. Sorrn DEHRICK FUU. Thraa AVnrkin n Kumkail Frnin Brf fnlil Two nt Tlmin lUshetl to Instant Uaalli 13.1 f- -t llaliiw. Atlanta, On., Juno SU.- - A derrick on the roof of n new biilldliig full at 1 o'clock Monday nftenloon, knocking three workmen from n ciiilldlng on Two of them wero tho ninth htory. dashed to Instant drnth on tho ground ISA feet below, and tho third wn saved In a most miraculous way. 'lhe killed nre! I 'nl motto Ayres, ... jiFTY-FIFT- II 1.. 1:. C0NGKESS. FBIDAiftlljiY ..i ' J Lrj. t .. 2, 1897. ,f -. ' i- yOL. XXXII. NO. . 32. BILL HEADS, INVITATIONS, ETC., ETC; CALL AND BJCIC TJS. , . lit 1 1 , ex-pr- three-quarte- Kehllliti-Midiuij- huronnwlth advortlsonmvU altuchcd to them. Air.4ara tlio most iurutcrata enc mlo of Hlei lUaumor Miyn that lit hat known ono watploklll a thousand tlloa III n - toxton bcclliv, mIU hurjr n molu In tin hour, a font txpilrulelit to t"o inn Intcrrlic; n whale. In thu name lrnifth of time. Jiimik CiiAln.ru W. Walton, after in mnt; for M yi'ara on thu bench ol the Maine tuprcmu eourt, hat rvllrod. 1o II old. (lor. I'lMilil.K, of Michigan, ulin on a rrtwnV to iuubl nul buy n whlto Tel In tftwnlarKo oiiough teutrcle hi nmpte aL 1 UK Clinrlexloii "Nkwi and Courier n i)M "l lie iiiilon cn.ipo' foiilli Cn- )na lll Iw only about .VI , " the ut.ua! yle.d thU yrar " A ir.vtvi.r, ij ren ant I6"alwaya at- tcadoJ by oi.o or mure kurvanU to carry oil Utr eKS ' "h'cH kite )ay from 3.V0J to ID.OtW ii year. I.n the New York directory for IMS I the entry, "I'cUr Cooper, tuachlnltt. , . pa Klin atrrcL" Kim ttrret nm then , one of the poorer tocalttlM. irto white wloffeil crotra make d.iil Tlilts to Hubert MulllA'a farm at lb . vt.'liratcr, Mil., but to, fat thry Iistc Vludwl rtTorU to a'ptiiro" tWSm'. "" " ...jfc. A.rM.M"" rcUIUM.aJH,Trn.y irraMnv1KT!'t .otoTTercntyriwii.treBi.-Tifn- r ninir TMcl, tl7? jarluer0 tfin&i l!;!i "7yiar llt IhIii, m - .Jt'i , trivial. All indication are that death came to at least four 'of thu fivu uufnrttinato mall olrrks nln.osl .instantly, 'llielr through the cr pitched end firstand limy mutt break In the trestle, hnru been drowned In tho raglyg st renin while in nil unconscious condition. Tho remain of the four wero mrrlud from the wreck and wero recovered some distance down tha stream. Sunday but u small stream wo flow-IniH'iirnth tho trestle whero tlio Its ordinary weather wreck U I a dry creek Wd. 'lhe storm of Kktunlay night, which was atmost a r'ond-lnitshml hwollrn tho lltllo stream to torrential proportions. Ihn llooil oatHliI away a wagon bridge short distanro aburo tho Wabash The wreck of this bridge w.ss hurled down upon tho railroad trestlo Slid carried away a row of wooden tupport in Oocenter. A ludghbollpp; farmer noticed tho pcrllousvconjlilon of tho trestle and reo!veiCio"'-l'Jit- f tho paisenger train, whlelilheknuw to lie about due. Tor aearly.an hour he stood thsro In tho terrtf'B down-pou- r lf rain, only to fall at lajC (n hi jroo intentions, fcr when tho York .fsy mail nnt tlinnderlnjf Tig- - the s was almost iiimamg, ananti if l, tn-stlV,,4,,ia.5.-Cw'i-T- ono ,of.tlia.derrluk,rfV-inn)io'lioS- ' iiiT&TigTn "Trsrrr'A'ir.thir iortfomh o hoisting I'liglno fell the rope on thu tacklo were sot In motion, ono going up and the other down. It wa Itrown's good fortune to oli-l-i tha rope being drawn upward nnd ho wan hauled k.ifcly to tho roof. To another boom of the dorriclc projecting out on the other side of thu building wn attached n car lu which four men were htandlng. This boom likewise fell, but was held up by roof. This car wa dashed over tho hide of tho building and swung thcro In i,a'cty. They tvuro rescued through n window, none of them being Injured. J ho two Nvgroet strucVthe gronnd In tho basement. The seatTold from which they fell wa on the court s'.Je, and a clcifr tho very bottom was ojtcned to Ihoui. Thu bodies wero colored, aged 40, living at. Austell; Charles Cnrglll, colored, nged SJ, of this city; W. M. Ilronn' whltivfsrpcn-tu- r, wns cut about thu head nrfTl nrmv Tho men weri standing on a platform which skirts the edge of tho ninth floor 'when tho derrick fell. Tho part of the 'scaffold upon which they stood wa swept awny nndthn-- j men were turown into space. Itrown, by the wildest fraak of luck, grasped Sassloiu. An Juno dcbilo msrlied the consldsratloa ot the ool schedule which Uegsn in" IB senate Tucsdajr. It developed tbs tint ktrlobs on the republican side ot the chamcn ber, and led to a wsnn personal exchange Senators Carter (Mont) and Foraker (O) on ono hand, sod Mr. Allison (la.). in of the bill, on lbs othor. lir. roraksr asserted lhat an juaslkoent concerning rates en certain wools Sis belnff violated, end that under sueh circumstances every senator would be free to act for himself. Mr. Allison, with treat vehemence, declsred vast be could not be driven br threats Mr, Carter, who hsd sroused the storm, enilesvorud to hsvs the pirugraMii relating to carpet wools ko over, with a view to securing some u<ed action, but Mr Vest, In an Ironical speech objected to dclsrins the ora ot prosperity aud poitponlne publlo buslnesa while republican aenstors held a caucus, Mr Teller, of Colorado, also spoke agslqs't delay and took occasion to ho would not vote for the bill unless features were ellmloSted. Aside Horn this stprmr "Interruption, fair praaiau was niada oo. Uui.vtoal schedule. , WiSiliKOTOs, i:ilrsordlnrr s UUUAN IMaUHULNIJT - Hnanlah Vora.a In IllbVra-aar- f . -- Tlio Kormrr I'laea Captured, 'una hsusis svaro laiier iiisiiHiirii. vLS tw Yotik, June SO, A. dispatch to Stic (li- LEGAL PROFESSION. 'eniptations Thai Deset Lawyers and Their Opportunities for Good. Dr. Talmage Talk a I'o.tha Attorneys Journal aud Advertiser . from Combala tlie,rrJtidlcB Held Agaluit Tli.m Wiml.l Itstlfer Ha Tried byjiJorf of Lawyers Tlianabyl Clergymen. TE 'mul ticncral dally notified tha vina says! chre ar W le falfi crushed and mangled horribly. Scarcely a bone in tha body of either temaln-c- d unbroken. Mr (lannon, superintendent of derricks, was teen nndraul. "Tho killing of these two men wa no accident. It was, in my opinion, n plot on tha pari by ikctsUe of sonic one at work on this building the rates but theso wcrerrjucted pages were majoillles Mis than (,lo that the derrick should full. disposed of durln; (Jio uay, carrylug tho t- coniesi jasiing inrouffnous ino uiy tue senate completed the paragraphftof lhe wool schedule relating to raw wool, ami advanced into lost-ure- a relating to manufactured wcolen goods. The dar was devoted largely to a dlscutslou or the effect or tho tsrio rates In tho prlco or wool and the speeches wero on the republics lli.es In the in a In. At one msln pofat, Mr. Hoar Aliened techntesl discussion by a reference to William J. Ilrvsn' bruughtSes-lor- s 0ip,iltloa n me una Mantle. A'len and Stewart to the deMr Drynn Mr Toller was ilrswn Into famed the cjntrotersy and In a lew Incisive wsrnel his former republican as. soclates that their hopes or proipcrlly Iidinlhl bill would bo blstled Mr (Juay rnida an effort to ntvo tbs housa a4 valorem wools adopted, but be rate on tbird-clss- a was defeated 19 to II lhe committee rates wore then agreed tn, via lour cents per wool valued at 10 cents pound on lblrj-c!n- s prtojid and sercn conts pcriwund or t.ss jer on third-clas- s wools valued at (iter III rents per pound The schedule was completed up parscrapa Mt. relating to cloths, knit labto ile, etc. IVAsniKOTO, Juno :i SEKiti-- A stubborn conical over the duties on msnufacluicd wodln, goods occupied thf attention ot the srnata throuihoutTauraday, It was a dsy ot tvi.stant roll cull nJ of crossfire debate on tli eOecl of the duties in advancing ratea., Many ainenuinenu ereprojuca 10 reduce AsniiiuTOs., June Ti rttViAifc-wAJtar-i- mi sehsto thsgh psragraph S70, tho first of tha liirftTranhs retalli,? tOfsrnat& WM. H. COPP During tne day.Mr Cnery (La.) spoke ana engin Attempt i:ttrinlat Ills SVIfr I'sm-I- I; verely sgkinsi ine protartire eysteni senators srtaljntdjiuo-- e democratlo Is llluiialt Kail r Vlnmiilxl. who had voted spr duties on wool and othlc Cimoaoo, Juno m. Wm. II. Ctopp, raw materUts 'ntsolullon of deep regiyl foreman of tho glaring department of were passed On the death uf ItepfnsenUi the I'ullman Co., armed himself Mon- wtiK.vi .iiBTv,a. khu a ruinuiiiico Ol mow day afternoon vfith a levolvcr nnd a s.ors wis naincji as an escort c razor, and went to tho homo of h. ateVasiilai(N, juue tho wool a hadul cpmpletMl Hr. ami Mr. Andrew silk rrldsr wife patent, nehrilvtclinil the tobacco acheduls C Hnuk!n, with tho .intention of art!! UlVand with this nciotufHllshe (sr(3 leaders hsd thcallsfaetlni,Vn vurm inuniering ami nt wiif, ot tho anil his wife's sister, who wero . tbat uf.nn kchedytes been the l,Sd IrfCjr Ho locccd Iho living- with them remslrw Ttiero now oalr td ,n:U the bill a second tlmo. psssllig oj the front door if tho lijuvi i is pissedaiver Tbose ar v?" the; rear then entering by -- J) locked that also. Ho (ir-- . Dr. llanklg, who I Td and ha ''recently rtisove lie, ure acTcrariunesv him and rtiftised ohco n mIseUtiicjot n rrsii rMMi g d, tn r, gi ii... run a " nti liisl r. , . nd Important. " Ineludlng. - . biu ii.r Ailorfeatures of Jb nee main. ' jr ercry latest- ule led sad kltv In Iteorx'la. John To in pin (irate, nn old nlumnu. ha (,'iven SI. 090 to Menus, Krw Yorlr for 5l0v,oo(X and wll build on It a KWjO.UH) rrtdencf, ALxrntA li tho country nfott lenient to murderer. In ten yoara oVcr 809 person were found gufdtr of murder, of whom only.SJ wero put to death. Oklahoma agriculturist aro already liarvralinj; their wheat hnl aro rujolc-lojrl- n n phenomenal crop, the "yield bjlRt; from 40 to CO bunhsh to the acre Attkmi'i hnra I x?en mailu to pro duco upldcr Uk, but hare failed, tho fcrocioiik nature Of these, Insect not permlttlnr; them --,to IIto together In communltie. if"1 A Hi lifiliipnox Hsl )in Ucn itnrted to raho SlO),0W for the Mercer unlTor tr in eMtlnmted that morn thun SO ton of.dlamoiuU have been nuenrtliivl In ihcvhOutfi Afrleun (JeliU during the last 1H year. Thusu reprekent a total taltio o'f tar. thu funJ. r 0W.0). lur. experiment of Sunday ktrcet Toronto, Cnu., continues to earln woll work ai that the Uirciitoned to teat thepjtiuu In theoourls will proUibly be abandoned. Tim: oily council of Chtrlcttan, S C, hn p.ikve.l an ordinance reiiilrlinj nil telerph nnd telogrnph coHijmnles oeratiu In Charleston to place their wire under ground within tho next ten 1. - r ' k I llritlsh sugar-lnde- n bark Traveler, Capt. Christie, at Port Itudrlgucz Island, aud the death from Jnv.i fever of ten members of her I 1 tho crow, iuctuding Capt, Christie, havo 1Ioijt, of CIiIcuko I'M I. It oldest man Mho ever applied for nat- just been reeolved at this port from uralisation pa pel In this country. Muurlllu and bring to light ono of He came from Norway, nnd, though t.' the most thrilling ease of shipwreck yonr lUtlSSIf111 ,tM'"J,,y ttt lca,,t 1M and sufTcrlng lu the nnnal uf shipping. Two of tho snllora, driven to icar iiioru of ll'e. Mid .It'l.tA Wauii Hok has been Jexporutlou by witnessing the sutler-nig- s prcildent of the Mnsjiichu-.ttof their shipmntes, committed Fvioriition of Womua'a clubs, al- iiiicldo by leaping overboard, preferthough alio nsi unnblo to bo present ring death In this way rather than nt tho annual inrelifijr In llront Har- from the ravage of the fovor which rington on account of III hcnlth. they felt was Miro toovcrlako them. J UK railway kttillsllc for May Tikrs Jliirpliliie by Mistake. mads, including certain til VaTiviaii, Ky . Jtmo S8. Miss Delia Cinadliin nnd Mexican line opcnitliig llarnos, daughter of Councilman (icn, IH.ShO iiiIIcb, which o.iruod nlinosk.',-09005 more thun for n corrcsponiting llarnes, illod Sunday morning from an This Is an Incrcasoof overdose ot morphine. Tlio family say IktIihI In 1SWit was takun by mistake. tkll per cent. ",1i:am: )ka.K'm" gravestono In Ilmilile Drowning In tit Ohio. being uhlpped Irongrny churchyard Cincinnati, Juno B9. Ilea. Loewon-staiawry by relic huntur. The nnmo of Clins. ICelth, of this city, and tlio girl, whom story Sir Walter Scott Kdward Kcono, of Covington, Ky., of Midlothian," y u;dw In tlio "Heart tho dnlio of Argyll wore lu a bout on the Ohio rlrer nnd hose uppcnl to afternoon, Tho boat wns capsized procured heriUtur'a piirdon,w.i Helen by the swell of u passing steamer and Walker. r,owcuhloln nud Kleth wero drowned. I.N Hrldgoport, Ct, they Iibtb a, "hat 1'iiley t'alata I'aaa Hnl tied, who I appointed by tho Hkso, Nov., Juno sa Tho I'oley mayor to visit tho leading theaters ol case, onu ot the most Important tho ilty and roiiuost women wearing tall hat to romoTo them. When a that has been tried lu Wnshne county 'I lis jury In years, has been decided. woman rafusci to comply, hor nama rep irtod to nil tho mnnagct of (hoa found tlio eastern heirs wero eutulcd f of tho estato of tho dead hur to tar, who refuse In ollhouseany front to seuulor. tho o.- - dclrnblu seat riood Drstruys Many Houses. Or.oiiiiE Hol.nr, who was Churlo Viknna, June 38. Tho town of D.okoiik' manager dnrlnj his rending ha been IColomca. In In'thla country, Miya thnt tho great by tho rising (lalicala,river Truth.flooded Many of tho was nlwnys very careful na to author nto nnd drank, and that much houses havo huvo beon destroyed and what ho th wn duo to tills the bridge between Ivolomca uud Turka of his luis been swept uwny. Tho collapse wntclifulnesv "l5 took pjaco while n train wns crossing, A uovino atalreisi) for passengers, in md li is believed that mauy persons leather belt liuvc beon druwncd. tlio lipjol an undies ono story to nn- rans'oring thorn froat (lastilrr Itiibbad nnd Mur'lrred. other, Is now In uso In some of tho Valtgantero, Homk, Jmni U great ilep'artmotit atorea of Tarl .thiuSan (loovannl mlno lud rnthlur ofCTT..l..t ,.1,0..-..- ,, ... 1,1. tunat. Is called u t'rausportliijc earpoU I .!.. ... . ,lcss bolt of uaiivut have been used for IJflVAia?, (Ml UVIIl.) ,.,.,.., voyio flmo to couvuy pnckjjoi from from tho iniuli with a large sum, wai cobbed and murdered. , vflaco toylacc tylthln tho stoto-s 0 w 1 n, fcun-dacs-ta- in 1 one-halgood-healslJr-Slguor MiiJon.v Kvam, who 3j jear ago publUhod n touk on nnoloiil btone im plcment and ornament of (Jre.it ha In n pre t measuru rewltteu tho volume nnd added much Important Information. 1 in: editor of tho Khlorado, Me., Wo ptibl oiu remarkixl tha otlior day: Our nllo luil n restful aleep lavt pllliL hh nwoku this uiornliit; Mlth briKhl eye, u sweet nmllo and n hprlu chicken appetite." Ilrl-t.il- year. rH9k' .across the track. 'Jlio loct)inullVflnocjMjro tresllet moment lstJrK3'TdSter "was n nlrlv horrors. The c1iglr1 parsed over, but fh toudor wctl thronglt with tho tumbling bridge-'Ih- o baggage car topplaU oil on It side, whilo'lho mall earhicli follow-r- d pitched ITitoi the stream end first. was lost. Kvery l.fa lilisfthlscar The smoker, next behind, followthis "car tint In ed. It wa was riding, Conductor Copcland escaped occupant Tho other serious Injury The chair car ncxt'bcV hind nlso plunged in upon tho mas of wreckage end llrst and all It passenger were thrown to tho forward end In an Indescribable heap. How they esenpo with no mora serious Injury I n mystery. Iho front end of tho sleeper next in tho rear jammed Into tho protruding cud the chair car, nnd was thu prevented from following tlio others into the chasm. The two excelsior springs coaehus lu tho rear on thn track. The scene of tho wreck, which Is SI mile northeast of Kausis City, near Missouri City station, Was visited Sunday by many person. A wrecking train worked there all day, repairing tho ttostlc rod raising tho shattered conches, a ml Sunday night trains aru moving oter tlio road as usual. Tho Hislal authorities report that probably nearly nil of the mull carried ou the tram w'ns lost or destroyed. "prei-sont- .tho old wllli hi Si & n lhy V PERILS t)F THE SEA. llsrk Travalf r and Heath of tha tr.w. rilll.MiKi.riilA. Junes. Tho details d of tho recent total loss or tho of lh Philr.dcl-phla-boun- 0 Ilia Iiss raaoc an 'ti' oi Col Maftli tiay,'jMf:lT, et, I both fnCn were nearly, ran of the ten- picev.aa Jitrtee,,wM!Uriae-becxti uih Is actively en- they fought for the ddly on rcarV war," fin conlroreriv. A. JiiUUv ...... Fcellnc I..' dra i. pistol jufup nirr . . .' a present strup- e.onsjdVfiWrera.'yn gaged In pitmio hi strength going Or- - naniarrsstruL'i. s uataa origmsnisMpon-- i gle says'. t'My pled to the tnantlcplcro wjicro hi rnja , iraceol nt ices from Cuba are l by I hlj wirsi'IV pilnl lay, and shot Copp through tlio riTitlngtn ItnaTlr WrtTtttiltnoiTSre sildehivri thai Ocn fiomer as planned his sum- stilied or iilnledtllas side, the ball claticlnir from n rib. I wns aSlffg?l',IUtilljrh phrlseoK put. It In operation.. tner Ampilgn ,ode LAlrciuly oiu, IUirlug tho fight between tho men ) Jtlaaa agreed to as reported of thousands of wclr. caraTTlolhlcg, wu agreed to as in monou under efllclcnt leaders. Mrs. IEanktn was struck on tho head ariacu n Pragrapn on cross cut by Copp and severely cut. nnd Iier"1"-- '" n0 made a change Inserting haic bee istrlouleu throughout via daughter, Mr Ilcrm.es, wa potuuU-taiuas ni llnVnua provinces Is shown nana siwt, nnisneu or unnmanea. iu ce by tcn.JUarclas attack on l.lbarn about the faco and ono ot her, eyes per pound nnd IV) iKr cent ada,alortm- llorsr-1'- he session ol tho bodse Uond d destroyed. and other Important operations by our Mri. JUrn;s Snilly long roll to reach tho street nnd call for lasted onlymotion enough tn call the soonon th f.lrces, rhese will be directed In Den. as Dlnrlev's lo' adjourn a A k. u .. .i i help. Thn members of a ro engina ' 1..4 t.AH mr.imVMA ,lin..A l.ol.r tt tiomczi uiu oautu v.iur.1, ...i wiicruim ...i win .. . iitr ,v. ..y. i..hu,jhui,vim . i. company, headed by l'red Hankln, a iuc. majority icmaraou init, aa hi wa."- - ktf. .fflnl. 111. l,..,lr.H.lA.. .l ' or sny mstteraclatmuig thi sttentls brother-in-laof Copp, broke In tlio swsre MARRIED IN A BALLOON. front windows and ovcrixiuercd tho ot the housa Mondsr he would ) move an Mr Ilalley (Ves thallentfal wouUI-Ik- ) murder, who was just pre- 'ournmeot the- - ll.lght uf 100 Feet tha Vh.n with the observation thai ststemont paring to attack Dr. Itankin a second binkruplry bill and Cuban belligerency trspA, Krlde caiua frightened and Jumpett tunc. 'J he latter, although bleeding lution were unacted upon The opposition l osi. gash across applauded when the rising vote allowed J CiiiTTASOOOA, Tcnn., June SO. Wm. from a frightful gldlnfUon .was married to Miss Cynthia In rrsu tins st to sd aiMlnit Mr i..on!1 wns standing throat, his .... ..... .. front of hi wife, rerolvcr In hand, Thereupon Mr Diogley demanded the yea Kena, a beniilllul Hill City belle, n Tho cere- and nays and the roll was called, lhe motion suburb of Chattanooga. waiting for the attack. nsrore the announcement, place In tho basket irimy took In Copp' pocket nfter lit arrest wa was rarrled motldn'ot lud ) found n note saying thnt ho intended ot tha14vote on aside as ssir Steele (rep, trill-- ! Of a balloon, aud ns soon as day tor paring July was set to murder Dr. Hanltin, Mrs. Hankln, ule tulbn memory nt the lata IV. S Hotmail, the preacher spoko tho words that Tho sprayer announced that this froaJj tucm man ana wife, tho ropes Mrs. Ilerme, Mrs. Copp nnd then kill of Indiana Hu claimed hi wife's rela- order would bo subject to the action ot thn Avcif cut and tho couple started on n himself. p on rules. At tives hnd made trouble between him committee until TlnirslirIt O in. the house bridal tour through mld-nladjourned A stHT breczo was blowing and when and his wife. Tho latter wa not at the balloon had ascended o,vcr tho VARSITY RACE. homo when Copp appeared. It Is expected that Dr Hankln will die. Lengths! Time, jo Tcnncssco river, tho woman beeamo Cornell Wins tiy !'! frijliteucd aud jumped out at a height Minnies and Hi rlevomls. of IW feet. She was quickly rescued l'OI'UIIKCI.I'SIK, S. SHORTSTOP JENNINGS Y, Juno Sit tandcrs In n boat. Tho groom There wan little betting nsldo from by lladly Injnrrd In ilia Hiltluinre-Net- r ascended to a height of 1,000 feet, when privato wager on tho irk tlsine Sinn lay, be safely made tho descent with his Varsity race I'rldaynfternoon. Nkw Yoiik, Juno St). Shortstop JenAfter tho bride had otrors of 13 Hookuiakers' to 10 parachute. nings, of Halt more, who was hit on against Harvard went without takers. chingod her wot garments in a neartho head by a ball thrown by Pitcher At:l'l3p. in. all crews were in posi- by boat house, tho couple, held a pubHusin in the baseball game Mdny, is tion ut tho stakeboat, and at 3.15 they lic recaption on tho Hlvervlew pavilion snid to bo suiTcrlng from concussion of leading slightly. Urgent Appale for Aid. tho brain. Doyle, of Halttmore, was wore off, Cornell lirst; JtcKsoNVlil.E, I'lo,, J'uuo SO. Url'lrst nt first baso and was playing olT tho second; milo Cornell, Yalo is Harvard, gaining gent nppcnls fur aid aro coming In Ytile, third. base, litisie made n motion a though up to throw tho ball to Clark, New York's on Harvard. Yale fought longgamely ufrrsh from thnt part of Alachua counatroko ty which was devastated by tho Trent llrst bflscman. Turning quickly, how- from last place. Harvard's hurncano of September SO. Tho desever, he faced the batsman, Jennings, is telling on Cornell. first; Second tnllo titution appears to bo greater than nt nnd delivered a swllt iushoot, which soeou.lj Harvard,Cornell, Timii ntYule, auy tho piwWons tlmo nlnco tho catasstruck tho llnltlmorean abova the left second mile, 10::i0. third, r trophe. Alachua county i situated in Jennings turned completely car, At the third milo Cornell Is two the coutcr of the peninsula midway around, then Mink to his knees. Player from both side rushed to hi aid, lengths ahead, Yale second, Harvard lctwcen Jacksonville nnd Cedar Keya third. Harvard Is apparently getting and after n while he recovered I'nlnii Iron Mills to Close. s'lnpiii'itaii, Pn., June SO. All the to luko his base Hu succeeded in very tired. Cornell is rowing easy. The stroke of Yale's right, nt tho union mills in tho country, tho tin In the next Inning hu tallying a run :t went to his place tit short, and played start was i, but gradually dropped lo plate plant nud sheet mills will close MS nnd worked up and doYvu from that onl Wednesday night, nnd remain 'I hen he wo through tho Inning clrccd until tho wage scale aro settaken with nausea, a physician was point. Harvard's start about 35 nud drop- tled, No serious trouble is expected, called from the grand stand and ped to 31, and the failure to ndjust tho wago him to Icaso tho field. Ho wantYalo Cornell ed to continue to play but was forced second; wins by five lengths;lengths schedules before the closo of tho year Harvard third, four is not an Indication that a strike is to leave nnd went to the club houko back. Timo SO minutes 3t seconds. to be inaugurated. crying bitterly. I atslly Wounded by is llurglsr. Shot Himself Through the llrnrt. Heritors the t'nll. Cihcaoo, June SO. Uuy C Lodyard, Hkd Hun, 111., Juno SO. Miss Lllliiin-Dials- , PiTTMioiuiii, Po., June SO I'.cv. D. ngml SI, u highly respected Jr., manager of the American fgtarch P. Mc(Hll, D.D., pastor of tho Sixth United Presbyterian church, Alle- young lady of this city, had a terrible Co., and son of Guy C LcdyarJ, sr , a gheny, who wa recently elected presi- experience at S:10 a. in. with a burglar. pioneer sugar broker of Chicago, shot heart Monday dent of Monmouth college nt Mon- Sho was awakened by it man with a himself through tho no uicu instantlmouth, 111 , hn decided to declino tho beard or mask, who, after searching "Hlyi'fbwllng piece, call nnd remain with hi congregation. hor father's clothes, which were In an- y- III health had caused him to bo other room, approached Miss Hhils, despondent. National It.foriu l'rrs Association. threatening to kill her If sho mudo nn nf Mrs. Alexander Campbell. Nasiivii.lk, Tcnn., Juno SO. V. V. outcry. Miss Hliils was so terrified iWiirkuNO, W. Vn., Juue SO. Mrs. I). Mays, of Pomcroy. Wash., is In tho city making nrrangements for .tho that sho screamed loudly. The robber Afexsjnder Campbell, widow of the Intopistol meeting of the National Hoforin Press then thrust a taking to hor breast and fidort Campboll, founder ot the Chriseffect Just nbovo association July S and .1 Otlior ma tu- fired, tho ball burglar escaped. Miss Ian church, died at Hothany, W, Va., t S oxlock Monday morulng aged 05 bers of tho committee of arrangements tho heart. Tho oxpectod to recover. Dials Is not years. will jojn him Tuesday. Hiiormons Ytliest Crop In Tenn'is.e. Cojtvlctl Killed by Lightning. Vii'cann Mayu In a Slats ot Hruptlnn. K.vowii.i.i:. Tcnn., June SS. TJu Chioa io. Juno SO. A Daily News Manila, Juno SO. Tho volcano Mny it most remarkablo wheat crop ovt special from Dakota, (!a., says, Dur-lishas been lu u stato of violent eruption known Is being. harvested throui a tlrrific thunderstorm lightning and the Mow of lava has dono great east Tennessee. Uho season has been damago lu the province of Allay, par- n perfect ono nnd tho farmer has st;noV nuonvlct camp tiear hero Sunticularly to tho village ot l.llion, whero nlauted nn unusually largo crop. 'Hi day nlgliV and n a reult four, Ten aro dying and, SO the tobacco crop has been copiplutoly output wrll bscunrmou.. Already tli escaped dfVrlng the panic w hlch enstttd. destroyed. There has been considera- sale of new wheat luu beirun oiul w.v1 7 Two hnl'oHmco been captured. . ble loss of life. . tho llrst nml earliest, 'cr - es. T Ofllorr Hooth May tli treis fk(.isUellvereii ue.ro rriuay av vu can r . 1 ' ratal Collapse bf a Cllurcli. Cincinnati, Juno so. Tho grand Tllu 1101 tne pnqo io ; panviov,' ; vaSVfaiu.i.rnno all. -- Nine- children.' rv-rJury Monday morning Ignored vhocastf whc-,ti- s tho oiiLMlllirr riiioatIK s.xisJ1(-'nltilloand many others Hi- fahliimppimtl f Policeman Hooth, botitii over lor fi ubVs-Vrtntoi is cuureii wan will ,b,?Mlon e klninir of Telce-ranl- i OneraUir viuco. ol Im) ;jfcelililrvi paid last yeat-Nacorge Ddcy, tnlitalcliiyrlifm for a bar aud CS ceuUT-J-, . BaT,i.kiirwa Amnrlenn slirinnnr Dr. Talmago's sermon Sunday ha a ono or two Americans Incarcerated with them In the Cnbanna special Interest for lawyers, and nil forVoss, svlll bo called for public trial who expect to be lawyers, and all who aro the frlends"of lawyer. HI text hearing will Bo licforo civil was Titus HI, ID: "Jlrhiir Zona the juaje and judgment will bo entirely lawyer.' 3 ho profession of the law Is hero inbsfjl on tho declarations previously wfc within tho wnlls of the military troduced, and within two days In tho pcftiD, nnd on evidence taken by n capital city 533 young men joluod It, gfernment ofllcial or crown prose- - and at this season in variou parts of ot, acting on lichalf Of tho Spanish the land other hundred aro taking a.1 airslty and war department. The their diploma for that illustrious pro no now toxtlrnony , fession, uud is It not appropriate. thnt attempt to discharge the dutlca ot his resisting all solicitations to Infidelity iw rt.'vylll .Uia-w,tJ jM r.PM'nggti'Tjfcjrg man JroBsTftTmOy: TSTiTJpForUl4Be;fUWmw?Tra; Xan,the brava asv.Oorge11)rl tlon already filed. ai sinncipoiiitrBs upon tnem. are now ha (1 cor go Tcrran, tho only witness tho rolllnir thu responsibilities of that call ga" Competitor was permitted to call In lug represented In the text by Zen as that profession mado etcrnnl ship- ary convention, to plead the causa of a tiff, wa arrested immediately too lawyer. wreck. Wltncst tho men who. with dying race; then on his way homo their bch Wo nil admire the heroic nnd rigor the law ot the land under their arm, from the convention, on after his examination, nud I still n a cold day, prisoner. Ill sworn statement wns ous slilo of I'aul s nature, as when he have violated every statute of the took off his warm cloak and threw It Witness tho mon over tho shoulders ot a thinly clad that, tho vc4tel wns bevond the three,-mil- o stands coolly dclibcrato on the deck of eternal Cod. limit and had the American flag" tlio corn ship while tho jack tars of who havo nrgucd placidly beforo missionary, saying: "Take that and at her niastiicnd'when Urud upon nnd tlio Mediterranean are cowering in the earthly tribunals, who shall shiver In wear it, it will do you more gool than seized This statement displeased the cyclone; .as when ho stands undaunted dismay beforo tho Judso ot ouick and It will me," or, like Jiidgo John McKpanlard-- lud Witness Lord Thurlow. an Lean, svho can step from the supremo crran wns therefore amid tho marbles of tho palace, beforo dead. Nero, surrounded with nouncing hla loyalty to earthly gov- court room of tho United States on to detained aid chargod with perjury. Corisul-GinerLeo a yet ha re- his lScrucl llctorsjas when wo find him ernment In tho sentence; "If 1 forget tho nnniyojrsary platform ot tho ceived no jnstriictioni, from Washing- earning his livelihood with, his own my earthly sovereign, may Uod forget American Sunday school union ton to employ counsel to defend the needle, sewing hnir cloth and preach- me," and yet stooping to unaccountIts most powerful ora Witness Lord Coke, tordeserves congratulation and enprisoner. A Spanish magistrate said ing tho tiospcl In tho interstices; as able meannesses. that tho rtcu would undoubtedly be when wo nd him nblo to take the 3'J tho learned and the reckless Witness comium. O men of the legal profesfound guilty again and sentenced to lashes, every stroko of which fetched Sir Gcorgo McKcnzie, tho execrated of sion, lot mo beg of you to quit asking death orlo long terms of imfvfson-men- t, thu blood, yet continuing In his mis- all Scotch Covenanters, so that until questions In regard to religion and bebut ho added: "Their friend sionary work; a when we find him, this day, In Gray l'rlars' church yarJ, gin believing. Tho mighty men of lhe children whistle your rjrofcsjlon, Story, and Kent, and need not fear their being executed or regardless of tho consequence to .him- Edinburgh, deported. Uiir jieoplo arc too diplomatic self, delivering n temporance lecturo through tho bars of the tomb crying: Mansfield, became Christians, not huT to force AmcrlcVn hand Were to 1'clix, the government inebriate. "llloody MtcUcnile, come out If you daur, through their heads, but through their the men Jliot, popular Indignation in Hut sometimes we catch a ellmnso of Lift tho sneck and drsw tho bar." hearts. "Except ye No other profession moro needs the child, yo shall in no beconu as a llttlo the Unite States wpuld compel Mo the mild nnd genial sldo of Paul's nawiso enter tho ture. It seems that he had 'u friend grace of God to deliver them in their kingdom of God." If you do not beKinley tn'acU New Yoiik, Juno '.i. A dispatch who was n barrister by profession. temptations, to comfort them in their come a Christian, O man ot the legal Ills name was Zcnas, and ho wanted trials, to sustain them in their dis- profession, until you can reason thi Jo the Herald from FfcJWest, sayaf Whllo I would whole thing out in regard to Go ', and J'livatu advice received from to sco him. Perhaps ho had formed charge of their duty. o brovlnce glvt further do- tho acquaintance of this lawyer in tho have you bring the merchant to Christ, Christ, nnd the immortality ot the soul, th) fighting during la.ftyvcck courtroom. Perhaps, sometimes, nnd while I would have you bring tho you will never becomo a Christian at n round tllKnra and llaner, between When ho wanted to ask some question farmer to Christ, and while I would alL Only believe. "Hrlng Zcnas the gents nisi Spanish forces. The) ad- - In regard to lEoman law, ho went to havo you bring tho mechnnXc to Christ, lawyer." c Uiat tho Invirgent under this ycrias, tho lawyer. At any rate, I address you In tho words ot Paul to Another mighty temptation for tho (en. I'JuIxUiOarcla, and Cos Torres, he 'had a warm attachment for tho Titus,: "llrlng Zcnas, the lawyer' Hy legal profession i Sabbath breaking. h'ojhad n'warm attachment so much ns hi duties are dclicato and Tho trial has been going on for 10 or numlHKlng svtween r,uO0 and 0,000 man, and hnd men,1, fortha man, andjio provides for his great, by so much docs ho need Chris- 15 days, lhe evidence Is all It It Is nttacliVl Injtli of the seaports comtortablo escort and entertainment tian stimulus and safeguard. We all Saturday night, Tho Judge's gavel but met with a stubborn as he writes to Titus; 'Miring Zcnas become clients. 1 do not suppose thcro falls on tho desk and ho says: "Crier, is a man 00 years of age, who has been adjourn the court rcslstaui from tho Spaniards, the lawyer." until 10 o'clock Monwho advised This man of my text belonged to a In active life, who has not been of day morning." On Monday morning with a lawsuit. Your name is the counselor Is to sum up the close. , la profession In which are many ardent nd were prepared-the con resist- ticks. Tho demonstration supporters of Christ and the gospel. assaulted and you must havo legal pro- Thousand of dollars, yea, th reputag them, JtlacKstone, tho great tection. Your boundary lino is in- tion and llfo of his client may depend against cs. which is less than tcrTi leagues Ijkjtant from Oibara, on th'e); P Hilar tator on l.nellsh law; and vaded and tha court must upon the success ot his pica. How svlll north coi i) wa merely a jemi uy me rlBaaaaV0rJV the emancipator; aud tho It-- Your patent is Infringed upon and ho spend the Intervening Sun lay? you must make tho olTendlng, manu Thcro Is not ono lawyer out of hunrcbe httcntlon nn'd draw laraTpJ,vtW n I, llutler, attorney a the SpanlsH'forcerom Qlbara, which jener irwasks). T-, York; and tho Into facturer pay the penalty. Yourtreas-ure- a dred that can withstand the temptation 1K are taken and tho thteffmust to break the Lord's day under such was tho ppin 10 lvc attacked, Charles , tho loader of the aen strong- - Phllade ar; and Oh lei Justice bo apprehended: You want to" make circumstances. And yet, It he doc, he aoilwlilrl Marshall ly fortfjj nterden. aOd Camu yonr will, ana you do not want to fol- hurts his own souL What, my brother, asJas-JfoT11, and,81r TJitfi wlxo. died ' low the oxamnle of those who. for the you can not do betorc 13 relrc "a rJlOOjifrpm n. atlorney, dny , ,lt or a(tef .:. o'clock and 0 to MUo lav .'moerkl '8210.000. and koert the ccncra-- l night docs, uqIas ant, tois todot''kaosvlnsr foc.SO year auarrrltttaa wsxWt; fjiiii. rent ZA .Mfn Vnn hat hausted. You aro struck at by an as electrical anQLjgrirtlr awry." f:rc whiAi you must "Invoko for him . ts correspondent, f 'tcrlcnn newspaperothers bolonrlnc Laborde and rnntlired Lee has finally been that Ona Melton, tho lng Ha Ctpetltor, nud i'l how It Is In other conn tiles, but I havo f tho rellclon of Jest Had long and wide acquaintance with Christ, "firing Zens, the lawyer." men of that profession I havo found Thero are two or three forms of them In all my pnrlshcs- -I tarried in ono temptation to which the legal profes of their olllccs for thrco ycurs, where sion I especially subject. The first of thero camo real estato lawyer, Insur- all is skepticism. Controversy Is tho ance lawyers, criminal lawyer., marlno lifetime business of that occupation. lawyers, nnd I havo yet to find n class Controversy rosy be Incidental or acciof men more genial or more straight- dental with us, but with you It is perforward, Thcro are in that occupa- petual. You got so used to pushing tion, as In all other occupations, men the sharp question "ivby?" and makutterly obnoxious to (Jod and man; ing unaided reason superior to tho but if I were on trial for my Integrity emotion that the religion of Jesus d or my life, and I wanted Christ, wlijatji is a slmplo matter of justice administered to me, I would faith, and abovo human reason, alrather havo my case submitted to a though not contrary to It, ha but jury of 13 lawyers than to a jury of 13 little chance with somo ot you. A clergymen. J ho legal proicsslon, I brilliant orator wrote a book, on the believe, hive le vlolonco of pcejudlco first pngo of which ho announced this than Is to be found In the sacred calling- sontiment: "An honest Goi I tho -There noblest work of man." Is, however, no man who has Skepticism Is tho mlghtcst temptamora temptations or graver responsi- tion tho legal profession, and that? bilities than tho barrister, and he who man who can stand in that profession. even-hande- aiV j 1 thick-necke- d al 11 jnt w"cJl-mc- d ajnutl-tancous- r, v i, W tajrasjjriayloir 4i'KsKfJiip -- ...i - 5'l;.-o- f w.h Jhavv-lteenru- .5.. r-- man-age- 11 ..., ... rj!, . fs Cornell-Yalo-Harvar- d itlest pleas that over oj.iou2uo os uarnsier have be n' bciiwi ot tno uiuie and Christ! Sraa when Daniel Webr tho supreme court nt iter al in the famous Wnsld! ClriTi case, uutiouncing any at- tenjiPto; educate tho people without Iflwff Ihetn, ai tne samo time moral Kutlmcnt, as "low, ribald and vulvar deism nnd infidelity; as when Samuel L. Southard, of New Jersey, the leader of tho forum In his day, itood ou tho platform at Princeton college commencement, advocating tho literary excellence of the Scriptures; is when Edmund lltirke, In the famous trial of Warren Hastings, not only iu behalf of the English government, but in behalf of elevated morals, closed his speech in the midst of the most august asiemblago ever gathered In Westminster hall, by saying: "I Impeach Warren Hastings In the, name of the house of commons, whoso national character he has dishonored; I Imptach him In the namo of the people of India, whose rights and liberties ho him in thu has subverted; 1 Imp.-acname of human nature, which he has disgraced; in the namo of both sexes, nd of every rank, and of every station, and of every situation in tho world, I impeach Warren Hastings." Yet notwithstanding all the plans which that profession has mado In of Godjand.tho church nnd tho Gospel, aud the right of man, there has come ,down through the generations among many people an nbsurd and wicked prejudice against It. So long ago ns In tho time of Oliver Cromwell it was decided thnt lawyers might not cuter the parliament house ns member, and they were called "Sons of Zoruiah. " Iho learned Dr. Johnson wrote an epitaph for ono ot them In s' h be-hi- lt these words: sutll-cicntl- y , li-at- jr . 4 tl t' eK.'i nine for Lawyers." A prominent clergyman ot the last coutury wrote in retrard to that profession these words: "Thcro is n society of men among Us bred up from their youth in tho art of proving, according a they uro paid, by words multiplied for tho purpose, that whlto is black and black is white. If my neighbor ha example: a mind to my cow, ho hires a lawyer to proro that ho ought to havo my I must hlro another cowfiomme. lawyer to defend my right, It bolng against all rules, pf law that a man should spoak forhfmself. In pleading they do not dwoll upon the merits of tho cause, but upon circumstance foreign thereto. Tor Instance, they do not take tho shortest method to know what title my adversary has to my cow, lint whether tho cow bo red of black, her horns I ng or short, or tho like. After that they adjourn the camo from tirao to tlmo, and in SO years they coma to an issue. Tills so ciety likewise Ijas n pecu)iar cant or jargon or their own, in wnicn, tney take especial care to multiply whuroby they have so confounded triUh nud falsehood that it will take IS years to decide, whether the field loft to ino by ancestors for six generation belong to me, or to one 300 miles olT " I say these things to show you that thero has been prejudice going on down against that profession from generation lo generation, 1 account for it on tho ground tnal tney compel men to pay debts that they do not want to pay, nnd that they arraign criminals who want' to fcscape the con- sCQUfHT e,s or their crime; uud as long fus.t'mi " 1a flit, and It always will be so, I IB?. ksMetf .here will bo classes of men wllsa5E RaJTe'el.at qny rate, to de- sdIso tliTjTsVraa'si raf Samoa, 1 know not "l-'o- r Two hundred years ago a treatise was Issued with thu title: "Doomsday Approaching With Thunder and Light- - (Jod works wonders now and then. Here lies a lawyer, an honest man. v .' sassln and till lut sn'naat tha penitentiary. All classes of per- jury than all tho elaboration otl4SiJ- sons in course of tlmo become clients. .... .... 41... m.a.I .In.. A SI.. and there foro they aro all interested intlmnte and lamented friend, tho inin the morality and the Christian late Judge Kellson, In his interesting tegrity of tho legal profession. "Hrlng reminiscences ot It u his Choate, says " Zcnas thu lawyer. that during the last caso that gentleHut how Is un attorney to decide as man tried in New York tho court adto what nre tho principles by which journed 'from Friday until Monday on he should conduct himself in regard to account of tho Illness of Mr. Choate, On one extreme, Lord djutj the chronicled says his clients? that on tho inIlroujrKam will appear saying:" "The tervening Sabbath he saw Mr. Choato innocence or guilt of your client Is in the old "llrlck Church," listening to nothing to you. You'nro to save your Hcv. Gardiner Spring. I do not know client regardless of tho torment, the whether, on tho following day, Hutu suffering the destruction of all others. Choate won his cauae or lost it, but I ou are to know but ono man in the do know that his Sabbatic rest did not world your client Yoiiaro to save do him any harm. him though you should bring your livery lawyer is entitled to ono day'.! country into confusion. At nil rest out ot seven. If ho surrenders sssvo your that he robs three God, his own soul must hazards you So says Lord Hrough-am- . and his client. Lord Castlcreagh and client." lawyer could Sir Thomas Homily wero tho leaders Hut no adopt that sentiment. On tho other ot tho bar In tholr day. 2 hoy both extreme, Cicero will como to you and died suicides. Wilberforce account say; "You must never plead the cause for the aberration ot intellect ott tho of a bad man," forgetful of tho fact ground thut thoy were unremlttcnt In that tho greatest villain on earth their work, and they nover rested on ought to have a fair trial nnd that an Sunday. "Poor followl" said Wilberattorney can not be judgo and advo- force In regard to Castlcreagh: "Poor cate nt the samo time. It wns grand fellow! It was nonobservauce of thn when Lord Erskino sacrificed his Sabbatlb" Chief Justice Halo says: for tho sako of de- "When I do not properly keep fending Thomas Paine In hi publica tho Lord's day, all tho resi tion of Ids book called "Tho lllght of of tho week is unhappy and Man," whllo ot tho same time he, the unsueeessful in my worldly employThomas Pulne s ir- - ment." 1 qnoto advocate, abhorred from tho hightcllclous sentiments. Between these est Statuto Hook in tho universe: "llc two opposite theories ot what is right, member the Sabbath 'day to keep It what shall the attorney do? Hod alone holy." To legal gentleman who can direct him. To that chancery he breaks that statute may tcsm for a must bo appellant, and he will get an whllo to bo advantaged, but In lhe answer In an hour. Itlessed is that at- long run the men who observe this law torney bctweon whoso ufllco nnd the of God will havo larger retainers, throuo of God thero Is perpetual, rev- vaster Inlluence, greater p rofcsslonal erential and prayerful communica success than those who break tho tion. That attorney will never make statute. Observance ot the law ot God an irreparable mistake. True to the pays not only spiritually and eternally, habits ot your pro'ession, you say: but it pays in hard dollars or bank ' Clto us some authority on tho sub- bills. ject." "Well, I quote to you tho deAnother powerful temptatlonof. th cision of the supremo court of Ifeasem legat is to artlflclirl3 "lt'nny lack wisdom let hlra ask ot lus. Jo ono except those who hire God, who givctl. to all men liberty and addressed audiences knows about tho upbraldcth not, and it shall be given nervous exhaustion that sometimes him." Tho temptation comes afterward. What a scene Is the ofllco of a busy to strong drink approaches tho legal attorney! Iu addition to tho men who profession at that very point. Then, como to you from right motive, bad n trial Is coming on. Through men will como to you, They will offer tho courtroom tho you n irgo fee for counsel in mo barrister's health ha been depressed wrong direction. They want to Know for day and for weeks. Ho wants from you how they can cscapo from to rally his energy. Ho is temptcJ to solemn luirtlal obligation. 'J hoy come resort to artificial stimulus. It is loyou wanting to know how they can either to got himself up, or let himself make tho insurance company pay for down, that this temptation comes upon a destroyed lpuso which they burned him. The llower of the American bar, down with their own liiinds. Or they ruined in reputation and ruined iu comu to yon on the slmplo errand ot estate, stid in his last moments: "lit! wanting to cscapo payment ot their Is the end. I am dying on a borrowed honest debts. Now, It Is no easy thing bed, covered with a borrowed sheet, iu to advise settlement, when, by urging n house built by public charity. Hury itigation, you CJdld strike a mlno mo under that trco In the middle of of remuneration. It is not a very easy- - tho field, that I may not becrowdeJ; I thing to dampen tho ardor of a crowded." contestant, when you know havo always been through u prolonged lawsuit you could wilt;, A of get whntetcr you asked. It Is no ensy lack ci'litous combinationsent lolc of principle has a Trench attempt to discourage tho suit thing to medical student of good family to jail for the breaking of a will iu the surroI in his because you know tho for tun years. He had fallo gate's eourt, of sound mind antibody examinations nud thereby lost lis testator was It re excnitjtloitJ'Jrom military service. If when he signed the document. two years ho saw quires no small heroism V do as 1 obljgtidto servo up the deficiencies no in once heard an attorney do in ati ofllco wa'yof making widiu n western city 1 overheard tho scholarship, but he knew that a be conversation, when he said: "John, ow's son would Ho exempt fitm tho proeeeled, thereyou can go on with this lnwsuit, conscription his mother widow iy fore to and I will seo you through a .well ns shooting make father, with a whom ho his 1 can, but I want to toll you beforo twlco hi you start that a lawsuit is equal to a was on perfectly good terms, and tho head. tire.' Under tlio tremendous tempta- succeeded inTho father recovered getting his son's sentence tion that come upon the legal profession thero aro scores of men .who, h'uvo reduced. goue downwind some ot th'eni, ffbm Somb of the steam railroads centerbeing tho pride of. tho highest tribunal ing in St. Louis havo found it necesof tho state, have become n djsgruco to sary to reduce their commutation rate ........ n . . rt ...... ... ..nr.... at..-11113 AVlllira tumiiuuiu, niiui- from 15 to So ;ierceiit- - In order to comney itt addition to tho Innate sense of pete tiiccwsfully with "ttt. clcctrlo ' right, vtiu'.s the susUliiluj power vf ) lines, 1 saaaSSaaassv a. a right-minded to-da- y 1 1 &' r T .n f e'J m S ' TiV7. 2? '.'iX,s3i w--- na k. sVi.4il t.Tii f MM t.v tt',ayaMYVVI - jrfv r .: .;. sib , .ii- . .A n- tv?r - ..iu.V'V i'jii.Ul..iJL v ' . 11. -- : . T .f..i..rt '.- ..! . Sl. ... '.,., . ! tHT .. li Hchool. UNTAXKD III CUES. . ., " , JtV.'ii-' - 'aTTJjW '?M9WW .. f "WHS' mw y.' .- K.. I - W . a -- .' L T- -- . un Inheritance tlispntoh fiiim Fnlfon Centre Collect) has n record of. Tho question of Naturally HICKMAN, ICY., Onle ho may be justly proud. trust is being nuiliitod, t ho (VpiuinerciiilApieil btch la Democratic Prinmry Eloction, flit tho Hcpubliciui uowspnpers tip. L'Stlt lusr., frnys itiat otHaors Kit irunAV, : : : JULY I ISO? iter past has been glorious nml Tonsiiii. TO II K II KM) party is cltlzous botweon that nlnoe nml her curriculum becomes lilnlior poso it. Tho Domocratlo Nil in rtl .lul. :trl. IS07. Tin" PniiikAitl aarren)oniloiit of ive8 nro ecourlug the otntryjto nd more tltorouclt each .vour, pledged to an fucomo tux, unit this ANNOUNCEMENTS. . . coiiHtnutly 10 wonltl bo a law today nml (he ... Iia f .Allid ulllft Illailiilttl, Mint capture n .. "'"i""-- " iircro unnrKti jont whilo ittteuthiuee At rt tifVottiip of the Dpniocratlu United creuscB. Iu oratory, her students Supremo Court of tho upon Circuit .fiulcr. its County Committee, Iti'lil lit thin thollnlk tliHt fafiiutor Llntlaity la Thompson, who la wflutotUn (h nre nationally renowned, and iu Slates with ouo less blot R03BI N"3 W are aiithorltrl la anix cntiilitliito to Biiceeetl blmsolf double crime of Iiorao licalln athletics she Is chumpiou of the record, bud not Judgo Shltas, of nounce I. I' RahMna, of Hrarea cnnnijp, cily on Momlii.v, Jan. Ilih, 1S'.)7, It.ts tlevclopctl n iiiovriiirtit, which nmi orhufnal nssnult. that august tind life teiiuro tri 4ii l.lt for OlriMiii Jmlgp In Ihr it Prliniiiy Klt'ctioii South. im culli'il to . . .. ..M,A.I l...d ..I.H...I.I noun ,.' . Hiortfi romfHMt'l .iMUIIrl, Crlllc, The Arena of recent date affirms banal soen fit to sudtlcuiy oliMtigo xno cruuo wna comtniiieii oi iu oiiuirii, """"'""".i (AT WILSON'S XIOOIC O'i'OKK.) KiiHim, (Jritpi nn lllrkninn eonnltra, sileot fiiiiilhlrttcs for t'onntv (hut Centre College hns more em- IiIh opinion on tho subjout. 'It is tiiblidh it novel priTt'tlent Iu Ilio'Sumltiy uifiht nt Ururo'tj Swtloli, en ill I'rlmitty to lio liclil on mljet lo Ihf Domnrallo prljr. more than likely Hint tho jieoplo public meu thnu any next DcMuncrtic Sltilu Couveu few tulles Hotitlt of Fulton on thoV inent tiral 1'uen l.ijr In Norml)r, Sl7. ;ilnnl,iy,,ftilv .'Inl, iiinl ihr follow-lnof the country. Aniony of this couutry will favor tin In. nrr .iiiihuri'l lo announce JI03 tioii. If the Itlona of tunny of the .Mobile & Ohio railroad, wbAi thQ them are Atllal K. Htuvensnu, Jus-tic- herituuee tux. An exchange, dis- . ritli'H mill recntitliotiH II Lite for V, l' Mo h fin purly li'itilurrt tre carripil out. the wiuow Konuetiy, oti yearn or ngo HhHiiii, flpo. Vest, J. I'rootor cussing the niattor, says that It Is Oiii (n ihr oHlcf of Clroull Jm Iqn nf Ihr to govern the otcrsin u well known ami undisputed fact of KrnliirSr, wus choked Into Insonslblllly nud Knott, Joe lilnukburn, J. H. convention, in addition to immltic1 Flrl Jiiiliilil IlMrlft John Young Hrown, the that tho rich do not bear anyiIJct to ."r nelion ot lli Urmocrahc Niihl Pritniiry. uovcruor una iiBoaulted by the negro ileuO it inuiittiuie inr let. I'hai prlnnry rlr'tion hr and rtiv. Mrs. Ketinetly had been dowu Urcekinridnea, and ninny others where near their ,1uat burden of l lirrrl'i In hi" hell In ruh oilier plitcen on the stute ticket, to Hives on a visit. She came up of national renown. No Southern taxation, anil this tat on inherited ComiiKniMCrtllli Attorncr. oliii prrduct In Ihc cuiniy on Siitmlav Mill In effect, nnmo the choice of University wealth would servo In some slight IIUOU Itl'OH, J IHlllKIONHOI- - t JIOOtlM N Wr uro nulhorttr.1 In the llfil il.IT uf July, 1S97," belwrm Ihr the Iluniournts of the state for on tho northbound local rtud got school, unless it be the off Hi the Switch to walk n uiilo of Virginia, has such n reputation deciee to tnako things n little II J MooriiMti. of llrni m. ami 0 p m "I "IiilIi lumr of S TD Sr3C3 ttk'Iilntltiity by luilorsitii; IN "JOCKS.-mure nearly oyeu. for Ciimniunlii'i prlmry all pcroona nlfrlMiK lo niniri'Nsor iia a eii'liilil John Thompson, ns "Old Centre." nml recotiimeiitlini: to the lecisU to bur farm. Attorney, for Ike I)ilrli'Looiiipoeil of tolr, nho are liiiimi lo lie olticci to lir who lives Hi Hives, mid who Tho law school, to which CENTENNIAL AND IN tlnllarli Cxrlirli. FulloDTOrc anJ Denmrralii, and iu allillitllon an I yiapiiy t uro, which will meet the follow. Knott devotes his outlre TENNESSEE know of the old lady's des flickmtn, enhject lo ibt xtiun of tU wiili inl "iipporlcJ Hi iionilnco of Ihr Inp winter, the oloclion of eotno TERNATIONAL tXl'OSITION. oQ also. Mrs. Ken II mo. assisted by Jno. W. Yerkee UemocrAtic parly. rre to citniliil ite. Chicago Conriitl(Ji, aud Hill This Is tho policy tination, got others, cannot be excelled. HUfli) Wo arr. jii thirl tn ivnnonnco 'auriKiri Ihr nomioers of this primary, h which hits been adopted by the nedv hhw him follmvlnf her alrnu' and May Subtltlr, tho lonely Bwaiup road that lt(l to Located iu the beautiful anil II. J Kueg. of ll,irlotll, in k cnmllilntr null a All rouac mm who will bu 21 j rr 30th, 1807. of er Xt the netl N'otcmber tltvilon ami Democrats Iu Illinois otitl other her home, nml stonued to tollliitii cultured city of Danville, tho cen- for Commonwrntib AUurarr In the din. VI i.i.i al,n .till anil.., Inp nf (tilt K"n II lli ,V rflfltlPMIPtltl ror the aeoTe occasion agenta of ine Mo. Irict avnpoicd of 1! illarl, Oirlilie, Fill, who belierr hi the principle of the Una. tatea, uud hits proven antiafuc Inn, r u..u ..... oui uu . ' ocralic party, anJ nho will mipport the torv. ton, (lrat'i anil lllokman conatir UAItAiTEKD! grappled with her. Her afced and rnltnre, whero students have biu Ohio K. R. at roapou ticket st.tiom UlfiPAIUIiMJ ASPIICIALTV. WORK In Noftmber, noralofru of thin primary election at the KUcllou firit TuoJay The same pluu was practically strength, umountetl to notuing, every rennttig nun euuuuuuK will toll tickets to NasbTtlle. Tcnn , and Noreiuber election in 1&J7, ihall bo al 1807. will carried out in Ohio by the Ko It was an hour later when sho lluonco. this must bo an ideal return at tsry low rate, 'fiekeli 1897, letrrd In lote ml Sec publicans, In Intlurstuc llniinn, arrtveti at tlio uotu( ui uur COLUJ training CAinp for tho great ineu be said dally until Oololer 30lh,lieksts, Jn I. That the tote In raid prhnary elecFor Slieriff. aud will boar ample Units. For of tliu future. Onni.KriKM) We r iiilhorurJ to tion ahall be by ceret billot, but Iba name mitl neettis to be trrowinir In favor. law and told him 'of tho otilrn firales and full Information, apply to any LT I ii luii Nlrfcl, ehall recorJ.l by IIICUTIA, , rtnounJ J no. T. ShilililrViU on. of rarh roler rilltableIts book profldeil the JTioro la n ilecldoil ilfopoaitlon to Ho lumped on his horse slid Mobile Jl Ohio Ticket Ajriot. (n rome by A WEE LIIIKAKY. FiilmrCoitnty, '''in.Ni for rlhrrlfTof the l)rmocriie nl. elrrltfrr that puipoiv. aad It (hall be the uuiRe tlio innoviiUDii In Kentucky rode lo Hives nfler the oflieers. him The Coit n Hell itoitte has l.'ueJ a aeJcl lo the action nf (lie first SaturJ.iy duly of the reipecll'e c.tiiJIJaUi to - and thn proposition will be sprunt; There they learned tbtrt Thump-soNew Srrtlce Extruded. ts I hrlJ on ries of bauJsoniely IlluslraleJ pamphlets itlug place u Is suit!, by the friends of ex- vide and fitrniuli at earn The St. Louie Kepnblle lecenlly made had bought a tiaiet to the dturlblQij ihe nonJerful rrsources of In July, ISO. cable companies aullanle lullota on nlilcb he nay have Senator Hhicfcburti when the sen Switch, and the description that Texas. The) ar entitled arraucenie uls with the ri.UMMEK Wt ire ruitliorllio.l to an. hl full name printed, or written, logrthrr Htorial whereby direct news from all sections ol light cets well on the way. Mrs. Kouuedy gave of her assail 'Texaa,"aud "llomsi In the Southwest," the ciflllieJ world are received. It now, nonife J. T. riummi-- ft) candidate fur with the word "for SbrrllT," ClerL' About Arkansas," 01tmpes of Micrlll' of Fulmn county, fiibjrcl to the "JuJtr,'' Ac , abore it, aa the cae may be nut satisfied them that ho was tho prints mor authentic foreign news thau, Arkansas aud action of the Dtraixrotlo )rlmry. It shall mo tie the duly of lie eleclioD man. any other paper and eoalluues to keep upl Walker and MoDanVa The Orphan Hrlgutlc. le Louisiana." and "LinJs for We r aulhorlied to an. nlficers to provide all TOtera with riich KAVI.OK ita record far publishing all the home bloodhounds, tit Kultot, were alom lb Cation Ilelt lloute." These candidate for ballot and prorlde ballot boxes in whlcli (if iionnre W. A. Nnjlnr for, and wheB they ar- little btMiks will tell you all there Is lo ;.m. Tl,. ..I.lt Aillf f... l.a ,11, ll eaeh ' The Xnshvllle Bun, dnrinc the Ide olHce ofSlirrltfof Fulton conalj, name shall ha deposited by each roler, bi succeedinc ereala, A . 1 rived on it special freigit the nt tell about the (ireat outbwett, and will othernew they w fa, I highly Interestinc nuhjrct lo the ncllon of ll PrmocrMio the iittirrra taking care that but one bl- - recent Confederate be and wus bo a great help lo vou In chooiin( a good rnmry, jui ki ajcub, icTera loi hal be deposited by iocb oler Ttir iitlriicled in ureut ntlmiration for once took the trail. Tbe price of tbe Kepublie. lo everyone it loc it her. lMi". riniTMiic the hlfhrst numbrr The entitling fiend hid circled place lo fret, e writ you want any, or alt usiit is co jear, or ?!.. mr inrrr lo hi aid Primary Klection for ICetituuky'tt fatnotiH cxrebel bri- - about through tho awanpy uud of iheiu,Uell Riule (Ibe any stent of Ihe monlha. The Itepublic, We arc aiUliorlrnt lo nn- - 'f TAt.Ki:il Cotton comfortable mule will officea rliall be declared ibe remain ibe same one dollar a year, nounce Claulr b. Walker a a oaudidaie the ,,.,,Q thn wnrlil nvpr im and had tho mtdiioity toigo to the lo Texas), or lo K. W l.ailKAl'MK. I) nocraiu tiouimre for Hi laiuc. , by mall, twice .... . . fnrilie office of bheiltlof b'ulton county, soulnof Mrs. 3rd It shall b the duty of the 'lite urpiinu nrigatie." It was stable within a Kennodys feet of- Loulfl'ssengr at) J Ticket Agent, Su f ill'j'ct to thr trtien of the iMnocratlc Mo. law. hnudrec f lis Coiiuiy t'ommillr o appoint said to bo rjatiinl.'iy, July or,l 18117. ptlumry, the moat purely AmerEXCURSION TICKETS nf two judsa-- and the otlicers. where she lay, nud steal Ihe horse MOW THE TAHITI' V10UKS. ar'etk to buld antd Prim try Klection In ican command In either the Con- that bail just previously been ridvia Tin: Vor County t'ottrt Clerk. etrli votlnj precinct In the county. federate or Union nrmies, nntl was den to town after officer) to ftjtr We are authoruul In an tlU'.VAI'.P 4 li. It "hill If the Jul v of ibe officer The prosent iutenso stagnation Illinois Central Railroad! him. nouiica Arch Urerard aa a candidate Imllin; said Primary Ulretlon in each successively led by Gone. Is canned by the pending passage for County Court Oejk of Fuliou t'onn-tir'ciuci. afit-- ibe pol'n are closed, in lluckuer, Hanson nud of tbe tariff bill, aud after the TO THE Kr , rubj'Cl to lb action nf the count tbe ti.'cj cant in iheir rraprcltte MUKUEIt IN OHION COUNTY. of that bill, there will no Pemooraiio primary. Clccltoa in No- - oHnK prrrincia and certify the result Lewis. em her, 18U7. Tho Orphan Brigade fought in thereof to ihe Chairman of the County Tito Uulou.City CouiuercUl f doubt be some revival inbusiuess. JH.I.r We arc autlioritcd lo announce Cmnrulltce, and i' liaU be Ihe duly of ibe every Stale east of tho Misslssip. Tbe bill itself can do the' country s 11.11. ltell candidate lor Clerk of clerk ot each utio(T precinct ti deliver, pi ntid in front of almost every last week contained the follotvin no permanent good. High tariff the lu tun County I'ourt, subject lo the or iransniil In some way the poll book to Stole capital iu tho South; opened account of a killing which qeenr simply moans a tux iu favor ol one jl- nt itta lldi.,.ri.ll n.ltn.pv u,lf... the eumminrenian of iheir rv'Clite many of the buttles iu which it red la that county one nigJft last lass uf our people at the expense nrdny, July Srd. beforestbe lOih day of July. lc'J7 or auothercluss, anil that class are fitli. It eball be the duly of ibis i whs engaged, and often covered week TVI.ER We are authorlied lo announce Cayce, KrSaturday meet John Tyler, aa a caiiJiilale for Ibe fr to die ofatJuly. K'J7, - on count and tho retreats. No soldiers were "Tnerany night aboct lOi'clock e people who raise com, cotton, ! ami utlice of County Court Clerk of Tullon the t Oi I, better drilled; they won every one of the most deplorable aud aeat aud tobacco, which is sold compare tbe totes of .nd precincts as ' rouulv, iibject to t lie action of the Hem. certified to Ibem, aud foriegu markets free trade prize in the army drills, tho most hoiriblo tragedies tht oc- issue a eerllficata of Kxposilion cratie l'rloiarv, Salurdiy, July 3rd. You f'niiuot .Tliiko a JIKtultc rketa. These articles bring And International n"iiina,ion to Mie candidate rrceli ing ibe iiotublo being tho brigade drill at curren-itills county, was com 1S37. AT ' ley to this country and us tho hUtient nutubcr of rates for the respecllee Tullahotnii, Tenn., In May, 1SG3. mUtef! about four miles from this are autliorlzeil lo announce omcea. LUTIiri ea are fixed by foriegu mar- . y In battle the Orphan Brigado city, In District 7, and a f Air. S. I). I. men as a candidate for the result G'h This Primary is called under and "always charged no tariff ou them could do For lb abate occasion tickets will be vlliie rf County Court Clerk of Fulton' anil captured the Jack Ualdridce. nn hone , bard In arcord mce with Ihe uaaees of (he Deuiany good. A hlch sold by the Illinois Central Uailrji.l at County, subject Jo the action of tbe riiroducera One of Its Strougcat I'olnts Is ita that ft intuuni tariff simply uu ler the primary enemy's stronghold," but the loss forking citizen-o- f Democratic IT unary, Saturday, Jul ocralio party, ofan not makes it ..moro o'ln'ou- - varying lines, rate and limns. IncluJ-inwos great. At Shllofi It lost 8I4lt- now lies cold'iu deafl Kentucky. election law at ..! Srd, 1MI7. . M...r. ....,.. a ticket on Itl daily, lood lo return ..i fo ml. rinsu uouoti. corn nun It.A nilij nflln a.o uu, u, .,iui, n, .ii ui iiruoiiiu u,Hai fnnlB .&..V ...u.o ... ..v b,,D..K ne f.it THIS USE OF FUEL!. ECONOaiY LITfLI'. We are authorized to announce jteruiore lessens UljJjiiilil Nofeuiber 7, and IncluJlng tickets out ofSl'J; at Uhicamatii, 4?ljVtit lows: Iluldrldgo. who was sitting ELECTION OFFICERS. J F. Little aa a candidate for the office noinj mii ot iweniy aays, mieen lja If mauufuctur an) aeeenVats: also tickets on Tuesdaea of n total of 1,312. loT,fFalBr. in his house, heard souo ouo mu Hakes HIsouits In 1 Minutes Light Hrrnd Iu 40 Mlnntcs. of County Court. Clerk of Kullon county Hi, then and tTurdyVot eaeh wek with limit lltljtllg u "Majestic" nieuns a of licououlcul Cooking subject to tbe action of ttie Democratic Democratic ITituary, July 3rd, 1S97. in his Spribner urtiuli,..8ife8 that ling on n bee tijmital was on his primary. ot nueeniiais. tor tun inrucuiars a lou nays' battto TrrtmiDalton to premises, atid,ljj iLcly got his No 1, East Fulton. -- U. A. Hhy, lb abura. annllea from four We are atitliorlitd lo an- - Pr.flnel JlC'UANlEL Call ami Ilxamlnc Them. You'll Ituy no Other. hot gnu anj snot. Clerk; Jno U. JIoMabau, Slrliff; I Atlanta, aud on to ibjp snronder, KtilrttJ Elation in conneclloa nbunee M A. McDuniel ns a candiJale) Iirowr, Judge. surpasses all recortw. MJ.be mor .wiihln Railroad, call on ; the Kullon County Court, ,fr Clerk nf l at anil nallenctkHkLb iltle a fmibjret to tbe actloa of ibt Democratic rreriuel No 2, Week Knllon. JX Col WlthODl A 11 E. iherW; VI. IV UW rim, THE HICKMAN COURIER. iiiiimnwfcwwi iMjnumn.Mpij ii RULES AND REGULATIONS A NEW DEAL. wrininui '! mi. i , Wlll.lNQuifc. .A fin'oMitl oaff wmw v m - '.'1TUL. T7 - . - - - iraiiKlif.J i- - BA. Flue aovKitNtrm tiik MAY COVKXTIIKN STVTi: TIIU SKXA- TAKi: ACTION UN FAYETTE KERR, tJtXG 1 a,, !"""" ia "j . . 1 ofti-ta'- !... -- I . Klfr-Ho1 n instl-lutlo- u J y V .1 tr-l- xtrrt-mtopU'- o Repair Work Guaranteed. -- i conn-ly- , . . pln-llo- m.I2Ii. I nl-dent- ly Kv-Go- ic?-- l Tr-nu- tt-Oct- ohcr V .. Watches, ClocksT Jewelry and Musical Instruments. Call:. our New Stock of Jewelry. IY. 1 11 i i - Tt-mr- r, o- n r Steves! Stoves! COOKING 4 I Sotfilieast-MlKOiir- l, N'ortli-we- sl I .1(1 ' mmw&zZsL r "i Twice-a-Wee- k i HEATING, Ueu-er- I Cbalr-ma- il OF AliL KIlTDa. i rm-i'if- a Groceries, Hardware, Ainmu- nitioii, Fresh Meals, Etc. Ureck-iuridg- e, y, r pas-sag- o .1 I I pre-cine- ) Coin-m- -- , n tnr "Majestio" Oooking Easgeg. CENTENNIAL The Best in the World NASHVILLE. aaessee I la I3urIagOae IN o tliese Ranges - ...... e a .- - j j llto-tliu- o OT phy-Mca- ?ss :r " primary. Isaf . ilea. rats. Agent, mica uaTariff law. a. 11. m gun, bitting JkWCl "m Jslat ft. u Mjc Jsuta. eiincu tuo inanofac- - go.W. A. f KrXLQXl). An't. den. Pan. was Dnrinc all thUfltnf tnreraof and tbe East Acsijl JrfUHfHIe. being chopne)BBfftUi (Was Anally now has uearly all the wealth, and cnt down. lWrjBalitetlj4 was tary career or tho brigadVclosod at tho house, afoue Mr?r 'ajftr.ith the South aud West, which have with its dlslmnilment StTfh'fJay, when the deed was cosHonttetJ anil euncTked the east, nro uow Iqipov- TENNESSEE CENTENNIAL Mny G. lS03..rrt Wash i unto rr Ou. while there sho atirtsMra. Ktnitfi ensued inomseiyes. A NO Returning home to Kentucky the u)o lieardtho cboppiiWiiidkthef AVhllo plonghitig In a Held INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION. H.D0CHAN,N, J J. 0 BOKDUrlANT, It. L. ALEX ANER. J A. THOMr0' vriwtiiii lirigatie took n high rank reiutrt of tho gnu, wheNwonIra.f r iew Madrid, Mo., one day . i iu tho walks of pence. ALEXANDER Judge C. L. HANPLR 0. li IIIUELKELI)., J. It has jjiiiuougo stxrteti upaaf, uetng Julr t week, a farmer unearthed a furnished one Governor, Ihroe mot, on tho way by Wml aiHltH, Nashville; Chattanooga ensure iu tbe shape of a box of United Slates Senators, three wito'toltl Iter all that iiita.Tappe, ewols which had, doubtless, Judges of tho Court of Appculs, en, C IIONHI'IIAST, company wiu ins buried there for many years. been J J. A.THOMP wtiti, & St. Louis Railway. II.DUCIIANAN.rreslJ.nl,HEN JKUVKKNIlALL, Ami. The seven Congressmen, and mnny brotheC'iu-hiw- , bON Casbisr, Mr. S. A. iMxauu. lent Caiblrr. have hold minor ofllces Auditor had found Haldrldge, they WRViiiir nriuer utscurereu a iockoi cnain ught ou the plow Heetl0ata'i State Superintendent of- started out to find front .wueuce j nd stopped to point itof his Then TMK0U8B CAB ROUTE take off. K'ncntlon, mayors, sheriffs. legis- came the painful, cries t qsHi met j stepped 10 A!ll IHOK bauk a short distance groat many have tupir ears, iu lliolr sear oik itiey io taiors, etc, Tsnnenee, Kstlucky, Oeorf la, become educators nud ministers fonnd tho wnuntied man na hbla and discovered that he had driven Alabama, Florida, North Carolina, his plow through a case of rare primary. aM'I'aituri:kn ur run cr.i.i.rtKATi d reversed the decision of Circuit of the gospel-- nt Soulb Carolina, Virginia, ono reunion n beside (ub of water. uavina jowols, ilsawaVieno,.. lockets, chains, pius, etc., Wellington Cily. lUltlmore, noma uiat the soldier callod out the uarnes of crawled h ii.iXu uaiiiiiii, ami Cottntj' Muiierliitcinlenf. tweiity-tlvabout ortbi ot pure new otato uontis lor 000,000 aij. Ave of his lliilaJelpbia and New York. regimout who were ly yards from tho place whero no most a goiil, onu be gathered alWe are authorized to aonoance WILSON hat full of the gems, some THROUCM BKRVICK D. V. Wllgoa as a oandldaU for Countr tiiuiiAi-i- i mine recent session ot, preachers. was shot, and in his feeble efforts of which had laVEaTJtKK,; alaaaY MttTr rusted with Superinlendenl of Public .vhnols of iuu ifgiBiaiure are Minn, Route and Ihe to get to his huniblo pabiu bad whilo others were as bright ago, floth via new Hollow Hock Nashtitlc and Fulton county, subject to tbe aollon of and MeKtnile lloute between Tub stale board of health of FOIt WHOSE HENEFIT. let down tbe rail fence which sur pure as from the factory. .Memphis, making connection al Memphis tbe Democratic primary. Indiana has recommended that rounded it. Here he was ffautW with all lines to and from Arkansas, lex Tho only beneficiaries of tho by Smith and Laxson, nntl upon If the uso of Hluten bo dispelled nJ&ASG!HmllrmrstknMIlHKl 5V Jailer. iitero was discovered ot ni as and Southwest, wilh in the public schoo's. and promised McKinley prosperity being asked what was the mutter, point about four miles PULLMAN PALACE SLEEPING CARS ta We are authorised lo an. north of between Memphis J. A Noonnn na n candidate for paper pa. a be used inMead. Thojre the moneyed lio replied that lie had beeu (hot and lustltntlous, who all to pieces. Upon being asked Ilolmout, ou the Missouri side, a trams lietween Nash Nashtille on night Jailer of b niton county, aubjeel lo Ibe board cluiina that tho use of slates' f He and Chatla have cornered what llttlo moiiov action or lb Democratic primary. Kn.XTille, Aebeei Ur, W..bin8.oa,' ns to who committed the deed, he Columbus, ICy., a largo number Of Ualllmore, Philadelphia and New IJAKEII. We are autbnrlted lo announce HHn..!! ...f",i". iM.T."10".. L the iH ,eft l0 the l'0P'o. nl1 " ". ork ........ ...........c.,1ua Utv uio, wnoore nDsorbinc tho Hfo b ood said that Commodore Davis did it relics OI 1110 .noitutl UUIIUOra llelwecn NashfllUnnd Jacksontille, Fla, T. P. itaker as a candidate for Jailer of Fulton county, subject to tbe action of breeders of disease of the nntipn by menns of combi and this statement was roitorated skelotous, pottery, etc., exposed ,,llr year 'round, U Chattanooga, Aldied. ibe Democratic primary. to view by the caving of tho ri vor l,uU Ieu D1 Tifton. Excursion tick, Sknatoii Cautru of Montana, nations which enable them to con several times before, hohe admitted that did not bank from this spring's overllow. "' ou ,a, Jur'B ex chairman of tho Hepnhlionu trol both the production and the Countr Atlorney. recogLXCWR3I0N TICKETS the most vnluablo find. LTNDSAY We are authorised lo an national committee nntl Senator price of nearly nil articles of con- see tho mart, but that ho ' among many that ou'ht to bo"B ,,,f'1,, ' . ,. ' T nounce A. V. Lladsav as a candidate SllOOt) of Idaho. Iinvn raiinmw.iil sumption by means of a higher nized his voice. , ' In his cfinvorcnMon with his valuable, u thus described by the ia:xcK:jM:.3sr, tariff. . ;U d Viurn Vr7."f ,V wifu, ns he lay on his death bed, Columbus Enterprise Which thinks On the hand wo r,...j .,.,u ,.,,, uu nun muiruu 'Standard one Company, have tho he repeated the same account to thore Is a rich field there tor tho ,f (Ue Tennessee Centennial and interna. primary. llonal Exposition Oil nn octo Thera inav rAYNE We nre authorlied lo annonnc silver republicans. C. J(!I.W)i, staler her c. a. noi.coxnr, r. Pr'i. "The taf For further information, call upon til AS. II. IULTZMI, rrr.'t. nbont pettine P" so overgrown that its tonta and that he had given to Smith Investigating nrohoelogisl: M. C. I'aync aa a candidate for County be some trouble Laxson. Baldridge did uot most interesting discovery, how. Ticket agent or address reach into nlutost every part Altoriiry uf I'ultau county, subject lo that tariff bill through the senate.-clohave uny enemies iu the neigh- eyer, was an idol, which wus per It. C. Conardln, or mo giono to gainor me action or the ueniooralie primary, Western l'asa, Agt. Tub Mississippi Hiyer Cornmis-slor- i maw the substance of the into its borhood in which he lived, ac haps 12 Inches in height. The aturda, July 3rd. people, 105 Ry. Exchange Hi:, SI. Louis, Mo. opporlfoned $100,000 for tbe whose stook has roachod tho un- - cording to the Btnternent j)fw hs left hand rested upon tho right County Jurtgei. A. J. Welch, dredging of the river; 8''t)0,000 for ,liearil of price of 100 per sharo wire. A warrant was Issued for leg just ubovo the knee. The DICKINSON We are amhorltedto an. Division Tan. Agt., Memphis, Tenn. noutice P. W. Dickinson I'sq., as a can luyeeri, anil ?ojj,0iS,) for the gen oi ?iuu. un uio otner nana we Davis' arrest, but ho will try to body rested npoti the knees and IV. L. llnnlej, proyo nn alibi." wi utu cuiiiuiihsiuii. navo n pooplo impoverished iiiaaieior the oiuce or uounty juoaeoij lower limbs. It boro an exaot reOen'l P. and T. Agt,. Nashrllte, Tsnn county, euoject to ihe action It is said the report to the spure-- i most to starvation semblance to tho pictures and of ib Democratic nrlmnrv. tary of war will advocate liberal upon thousands in evervthousands onmmtin. At tho meeting of tho General representations- we have seou of Mobile and Ohio Railroad rMKIIl We are authorized to announce niiiirnnrlntlimH for Invi-mtnti. li n 1...1.... t.tn i...i " Rapllst Association of Kentucky tho gods of stone and wood wor. '"8, II. M. Kearby as a candidate for Coun-"eour5 '"" necenal. nt Georgetown, Inst week, the shipped by ihe tintlvlliitii! tribes Judgeof Fulton county, ubjvt to the HlltPl.US VMHIIDED InOFITf i'JO.OOO. Nexl of tbe oaet, Tbo bend ir rather. THE SOUTH'slREAT SHORT LINE 'DPs the BU- - wmtHltt oonlroversy was sudden-laction of tbe Oemocratlo nrimary. Il' Hepitbllcauisin in Kentnokv "eH r your business. Wc offor (ho most Llhonil Acconimodnliono Solicits means what It appears to mean at Sr trust, into whoso pockets the autl nnoxpectedly y poinieii at tue top, ami tho face to our Custoiuors Conslslyit with Established tariff bill will put $31.000,. tho presentation nud adoption by Indicates from its expression ft Circuit Cunrt Clc the present writing, says the nUAOIIINfJ Hanking PttTiclplos. rued irrankfort Capitol, the neoble will, .00 t0 "ppay it for its contribu- - avotooflOO to 78, of a resolu- loir order nf Intelligence Thoro fit. Louis, Chicago, St. Paul, Omaha, a cindldaie see to it Unit Henublicaiilsin in "0 t tho couse of on honest cur tion requesting and urging the re is uu opening In tho back of tho Kaoa nouDce Jaa F. Royaler City, Detroit, Toledo, nnd nil h sia for ., alaai an in ,.. niiinn nfl'BsiAiill.. .,u mt w, u,,v. ..,,,, rotnrn clinll .romaln n,.1i. ,.n .'irilliv, I IIIH IS I II B government movalofDr. Whlttsitt from tlio head which Indicates that the Idol colntl North, Eist and 'tt. Cairo, j .... D..UH v,n,.. . ui.u.. ..,.. . . , Cou i, ui'i. mf L',.l..... wo...,, ...kl. "" .. nn r"ivt. . W.M.i " ..,u..t,. At(U.U UIJ1ZII, .... Iininrr III llviiil ,,. nrn.i hand by presidency of the Sontbem ...i Is hollow. It is a material ap- Mutnpbla, New Orleans, Mobile, Nash, 0. II. BALTZKH, H.T.TYLUH, H. Ii. HHUVAHI), J. NAY LOR, ... , '.' . IV lUVUUllUH VI IU, W.IIIU.Iril,. I I'liwni J lift Blimnrli Hinniil ville, Chattanooga, AtlanUIO IC A. A. PA HIS. 0. A. HOLCOMHK, L. MrCUTGIIKN. ranliuibv sm. ,l.n r .n HIT llie D Ml II tier of the Seminary at Louis parently as hard as Iron, and Is ta, anil all point Ilirinliigbam, and the In Florida UHOW N,T,Ye.areu'bor!?f'' ,0'n"??,ocrntH mid Hennbllcnns to save. eauor. ville,'and denying tbe right of (he heavy, but not heavy as iron." Southeast. Connecting at Mobile will. A seminary to present its claims steamship llntj (or South World, Havana, Court Clerk of Fulton county, eubjeot the good name of tbe State. . ''TKXAS. AN income tax, says the Owens, tho association as long as lo the action of the Democratic pritiiua, arti oiuer nui muuu oints, .ilex, Tiik same old game, observes loo, Central and South America. Tickets mary. Dr. Whltsitt remuins presldeut. The best way lo go lo Texas la via lb told and baggage cheeked to all point in the Covington Commonwealth, is boro Inquirer, Ib not n fair tax unJIOIUU3 We are authorized lo announce Cotton Dell. This line opjr.ites solid Ike United fettles, Canada and Mexico. J. Weslov Morrix aa a candidate for UCIIJg plllYUtl lor all It IB Worth. less It is placed on nil incomes. A Tub Covington Commonwealth train from Cairo nml, Memphla to tbe Double dally trains between St IjiuU circuit Court CJerk of Fulton county, Last year the amount of millions' graduated or limited loyy is only principal cities and towns id Trisa with, elegant Pullman1 .u.ijrci io tne acton oi in, iniocr.uo ,0 ue investeu In the event or Mc-- ; another wny of punishing a man thinks that the six Demouratjc out change. Thee Irajne carry coiuturt. and Mobllo, carryingwith Palace Sleeping Car drawing rooml ' c n diuui uu ii hi aiiuiiiiniiiiir r chair Qr, which ar ikiu r ami Dumii nc ilar mr r inir- nrr irinnnv An iuooine Senators on tho lookout for tpe abl Ibey oin be rondo into arranged so foicb.- on al)Ali 4lean, aj Ibat uf Industries to start up could not! trains, maklmr nuiek time tariff plunder for their Stntel place to airep av nigni, wane comfortable and eure couiitcllona. Fatleal t Of na. IflV is Mm Or til CAt.wi miring tne DE.nOCKATIC 3MSS 1IEETIML Freight o conI(l Senator Tillman especially, ioul day lby insk- - liaay roalinr plncea. The Bfrrir., in ihe rijulb. dovised, )Dt lo be held next foil nud (he same "l,ect8 tliilt lln.pasits through Ihe lineal farming, b'.O.OOO aoin of iu (intnl farniiog and A raretlng of Ihe Peruociata of Ibis ii in moat uuciinai in otners. uio nntl .iieinocrntio iioctrinojn u stale ciy ij going loudly up. limber landi in tb Hiull Id traole lo ttmner lanas in county nho nre opposed to Hie platforms best system would bo a direct following extract from tbaf speech: graftug ami the beat and mostme Q. is oorufoft- - mil purchaser, for aale at low price anil B Tim Kentnoky Court of Appeals tax on the States, based both on of Senator CufTory: "I beNovo ir), and tfoetiinr of Ihe Chicago Convention upon lne In take, if you want lo know proTedi easy term. Title perfect. Im Z . ... a - population re about Arkanaaa.anii rexa. itrlle nntl wealth. and Ibe Frnnkforl Contention of adjourned last week till the bnand iiniuiproTed farm. Also of 18 If (wo a tarinofi luxuries; I oeijevoln June '2, 1f!7, and who are in faror of Ibe, ginning Of (lie full term on UlO .3(1 states nro equal in population nntl excise, taxes; I believe lujan in- - for Ire copllj.of lb following handsome- fJoseruuiont laud lubjtct to boniealead in (jig t,i nrlnclutee of the Pemoeriiiio raiT s Monday In September. Snvoral wealth lot thorn pay the sumo tax. comoitnx: I iiciievoin a tarirr mi ly lllustruted i4rapblet. "Home Aruan- - entry. delightful ollmat H K Most oulbwest." "rmn; "triitn aooui in America. et forib In ib Indlanapolia platform of important opinions were Innluded If they nro oqual in population 'imports, plnood so nn lo m t ntoq- vQUmpses ot OoulieliV MlMouriv For (Uicrlptif mailer and full inform. is," tmicti iieoiticti. Tnennti one nns twioo tne woalth of eyjn thp Conors or tnoj govern. a. beheld nt ihe County Keat, on'" wie winti-urkannas and ,crtnwett woisjna,, nnd lion, apply lo lb Alabama Land nud De(he Cotton flell velopment Company, Mobile, Ala. for tho Ititildlrig and 'the older lot tho rich ouo nav Infant uud not In tuei.nnr.Keis orhw tnitar for sal Saturday, July 10, 1837, at 2 o'clock i m., attorneys 3 rales, llekal. lima l.kl. ...1 were given till. moro. Tho states can then collect 'individual-- . I do not ('heap fxouralont standard time, lo aeieoi ileief(aies for tne llieve ill Ilta'pun from f!aVrtlVtf d M are rreuenN .. tnfnrmatlon. , annlv la in, riall.n.,1 mnlA . xith.r . -- (State Contention to be held at Loulsfille, lh flrsf day of the next term in the tux In uny way they may ... r. save for (hi it,- nurD0ffL.. ...". 'ijrim - . on Wndiirt lay, July li. 1807. to nominate which lo filo petitions for rehear- - Kroner, nntl it wu.rai fl i k wr jmokM,!!" say that AtDrotootiug eacu cUizau In ilntiaV;..,... in i a in tbt Issafoto n Rnodidtle fur Clrik of Ihe Court ni Ap lug in thtt rocontly decided Ilulld- - not ono oftbejn wlirhure-'afu. enjdyraotit nf logal, Tll.11 "IkLAW, J., Mobile, Ala., y .'or Sole by 0. A. Holpombe, Oowglll & Oowgill aud I.T. iiwnyuo, v, ' lug aud Loau cuees, County Chalrinin. a comotax." al. flndr uatural rijfjits.'jf f 0tf-ii:'" ew m ! ' r j. nBr saaBa'r ntrfl tfJ' ' . lo Alte-berry, Clerk: Jus. Thomas., Sheriff:( Jti. . ALEXANOEIU. We are nulhotlied lo an. 7 W1IUV. pounce Charlie. AWaand'er as a candidal lor tbe office of Acsorof Fulton oouo Preeelnrt No. 4, Cayce Arrbnr Jobneon, ty, aubjici to the action uf tbo Demo-cmlCleikj J. 0. Alien, sheriff; F. U. primary, July Srd. , Judge. RASCOK Vlt are authorize,? to announce Prrelnct No. 5, Kilt Iliekraan. Clin, M I Uiecoe aaa candidate for the of. l'arham. Clerk; Joilj Monin, Sherltf; fice of Aseemor of Fulton county, subD, 0. iteacbam, Ju.tje. ject to tbe action of the Democratic reeinrt No is West Hiclman. ft. T Primary. t'oiiglase Clerk; W ft. WaUon. Sheriff: . I.,.- - J U...I.I ...- JOHNSON We are arborized lo an- oounce W, O dear Johnson, as a ranj Preeinct No. 7, Si.safras IIMte. J. D. Ui'lnte for Aaesfor oi rullon county, Leeeh, Clerk John dtowe, Sheriff; Wro, aubject to the action of Ibe Democratic Perry primary. l'rreioct No 8, Madrid Bend T. N. Hair. SANSON We are atitlioriied toannonnce kiu, Clerk; L II, Eferetl, Sheriff- - J. K. M. Sannoii as a candidate for tbe ofit Adunis, Judge. fice of Author of b'uliou county, subject to Hie action of tbe Democratic primaIN mnklne tin a list nf din nhnir.i ry, July arJ. We are authorized to an- men of committees Speaker CAMPBELL nounce Clias. S. Campbell aa a caoJI. overlooked Kentucky on the map.' date for Aasee9r of Fulton county, , . subject to the actiou of tie Deuiocralio i jik uourt oi Appeals lust weok H-a- i. J'tr'.l,ic'ri -- ftliin Clerlr no'.a,irJuiUr. NoT 3 Uilsl - Keller. .M-"- i. Ukt ur wiiu 4,x4u meD. rwie (100 days later), wl(lv2 rmenrthey it ad received moro than. 2,000 wonnds, there bejaxr jinly forty men iu tho entire cotunand free from n bullet mnYk." Who mili eft i'ti thnro oh the shot groins. nhbi. O. al. AfenrfTeat' - ef aniM axd msmm national ham ., - tks-Kas- t, 'CAPITAL STOCK $50,000. DIRBOTOB S. OPFICBBS al 111111 111 J a UIOK JrlA N WAG ON aaaKtt? Co7 o Z act? KOONON.-nojn- ! I ". o ,",on-Perhap- s awA,lsK? v.-- HICKMAN WAGONS, , ' c.a.n. Kentucky. 11 11 HICKMAIT A) c,' "i'o " HICKMAN, KENTUCKY. m ANIS, - - ; r !,,. '"' Paid Up Capital $40,000.00. DIBBOTOBS y Pent A & t, I '.. . ,, w.-.- - ' tnauy.-Hende- rson be-for- o t I 5? -- .... easy-ri- d - 1 a I 111 rioutii-MMlTca- i . I a a p . u " ft n eoistltullon-!iifciJgA'iij.VawAriitiJ.J.'- V smVa . ' A M !' IIP Vi ii aaV it enW r... .ia, ui. v? r- w jJ a ,. ' .mmmmmmmakMammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm mMWkmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm JHHfcA " C T ' WHP M?rP mmmk MMNfinN !! ?v r V'VlE f ' i "i" i iM"P Pill v' ' '.' (., ., . . VH4 i o " , ,t r 8 8 lbs i Packages of tour aAsia: I want ' ' W.'-L- - ' "" '.'' " "" I'" i inn iiihi PRnSnWAT. Pooplo WMg'"yfa"wr lUJiiiiY i'IIOFITAKLK. jh'mww. Coffee, Common Machine Oil, of Choice Green Coffee, 1.00 18 lbs of Onmilule.l Suinu 1. 00 Winter Si rained Lard Oil, per imllom, 05c Castor Harvest Oil, 40c " " 2oc All other Goods at Lowest Cash Trices. j 81.00 :30SS8!3g&g89a ! ALFRED MoDAWIBL. JUNE, THE MONTH OP ) Roses and Marriages. YOUNCi FOLKS will fl iil if bolter irep:ueil (liU hfiison tli:ui ever t Miiily tla-i- wnnls I Ml in itj'itru with ynu. .Imt to give you mi Idra ot Hie coonoiiiy of Inulini: wMj, us, wo uiiiku t lit-- ! uii.ir.illulctl anil K r " 1 oiler. Ilcru'd :m iiuliulop: itcinieil list of wliut ttiu rcinnrliublu u!!cr stories tills season, but none u IW tllrfm beat tho two Carlisle faun ers, one of wjipm realised 8700 out Mr. 1. 1). Turner went to Ciilro 7 acres or Dcrrles, nnu auniner Moinln,. i?.IOO on two ucrcH 01 too. iruu. l')r. Lou Js'iijrlor of Ciivcc, who When it 1h remembered that tho In tlio eliy tliU week. strawberry crop requires but two or tlneo weeks time per year to In tuncliliii' n lliili HhIiihhi make mid tnutket the crop, it will tit Dri'uilt'ii, Ten n. bo seen Hint the strawberries aie Mr. Lvrt Cirrlgnii, of Madrid u wondoi fully profitable fruit to liein), wiih In tliu city Mondity. handle. Meado Uouut Meaaon MIrh Iviitliailno Kauillo Is vis. Iilnir filcnilb in Murtlu, Tumi., tide ('sis-m- i tti'i'lt. VlUXtir. Mr. W W. Wclmtor, of tlie Mob. Or B.OIV on lmr, oul on Mr. J. a. licit', '"rm, ft cow nuigliborlioori, uia in the city One, UrKe Mnr Mule lUt A will "II Montlni. clu up, tor caili or un credit llh ipprof W. L. WcCUTCIIKN. MIhh Uuiinio Tlio:nnp, of tifiir cJ ecutlij. Htiite Line, limited frliuido lu the city tlilo week. Iiecutar business moo tint; of Hick ttittii Kpworlh Lc.iKue, at Mr. 1M. H. KhiKniid fuinliy. of Corid.111. Kv.. lMted relatiius In Hie Methodist church Topic under dieottssiou: '"St. Paul tlio eitr this week. as a Citizen." lind Cor. x , "'; Mrs. Jhs. O. Weiirn limited lier Acts, xxl., .'10; Hum. xlll., Ail nUtrr. Mrn. Win. (1. Mllliird, lit iiiemliers eHpeciallV reipiested to Union City, this week. be present. Ylsilora welcomed. Mr. nod Mr. W. T. Iluekner nml The trustees of the Graves little Irene .IiiiIku returned from school (lisliiet hare just complettlio Ceiileniiirtl anndiiy. ed a new anil eomlortablo dchool Mien Llr.j-.iLuitrell returneil buildliiK. on bieralmrK road, on site of tho old school hmiso. li otno BuiunlHi' from visit to the Is thought thnt .Miss Jessie It reliitivea ut Corydon, ICy. Outten will he employed to teach I'lof. Jan. M. MuDuulel attomjed the next session of this school. the State Tenehern' Amiociittioii eyComo and hear tho linn inn Hi Hon tint' Orceu thia week. who havo Boon Here Our Koutuck'.v oxnhnnKesrepor R 1P ffotno'wiAMlorful strawberry croj A I I ij Hlfe6MllAIMIIftltlMlillllllllllllllll 1 miiywMi ll ' ! yAwMjii1 ill ll l 1 ii and Gone Yonder. '.'' Sr'S It lit J. IIV IT"IIV IIV III 111 IIV LSP "" iL mMw.,wtfx im minni irrrr fifcoMQftfiB Gftftinftftfciirrfcfia.i. ftisanna b n Tilt: Trimhlo Haulier reailu a III III til 111 'V 111 lit Iti III III III III ' lecture to Kciitucklnns which cou " tains it great deal of truth and no nootrv. ll la In follows: "Ktery itn i' 1 ch jus yxz i y i -- KSi of i i, ..,...,...,.,,, , r- -- 1 to serve lryK are here there is TIlC it. It , I o SPECIAL SALEQ - OUIt aim h lo please. ll you'ro not pleui ZS'dently too hot. nnd (hero is "Wimurderrt. g week adds to tbo list Kentucky Kentucky idood Is evi- n mis. pleasure in getting it for you. , cd witli anytliin limirrlit fiTiiu rrtiirn! it. Your money back, if purchado U I, i unnaiislavtory. ? t, von imsii I-- , Ladies Shirt Waists Coutluucs this week. 1 takeiMiotlou of enntuge Hiuljion- w jorniuong Kontucklans. Real cour- HfiiL'a demnuda that many insults ho ignored, ami tne exercise or aocii couraso would prevent many u murder, Many u tight, the breaking up of many homes uud hearts. and the ceaseless panes of many Ken- a remorseful conscience. tnckiiius need inure of tho spirit of UhriRt :tnd Sens ot tlio spirit of savagery. KE&OI.L'TIU.Vh Of IlESL'EOT. LohOK No 310 K pfH.V IIifKMAN, Kv. Juue 'ii, la'JT. Wmcimj, Ilro. ll C. l!AMr.p tli In life on iIk Utlh InM ; llior. foro. Im It HialttJ, Thit i)ip 'loib e( Km. Vmtg Kiill'l of rtnoTc. frooi our I I.lc Lailiea'Walata that nro worth 7 It Tor iho 8100 ijuallty, In the 7oc. $1.-- 3. KsancKT !)8c Waists that havu never sold less llinu A full lino of Collars uud Cutis. d.'.rtl t. 1- -7. e - y i Mens Goods . the Suits well-lallora- d at $10.00 everv-reBnec- 11 Aie excellent values for tho money, and equal to Tailor niado Sulta at 1'JTiO and 15.00. fpm in Perfect in lit. and They are Cussimeres, Yacht Cloths, Ofay orsteda, Mel tous, xo., m u great vurtety ot allies. Tho jjf nholHi. ji mi'Hfif.J Ihe teach-InanJ trlncipttn .if ui.r Orlr. As linlgbu oi Honur p le(jor. his lo.. Alw.fS frn.roii. nj kiiut, t lie ratmatr of Miu will lire long in I In-- uiinJ. of atl who knew Mm. Kttvlmt, Tbil netxttnd to his li.rcav-(- 1 famllj our beirt fell a;iniillir, UttctvtJ, Tb.l our !());. room lu ilrpel In mouroluc for SO dnjrt. no'l copy of tliCKV retolullon. In .nrnl upon tb. rec ords, k copy b 'turat'lied lie family of our (leeemr-- l Urol her ana a cop; (urn e J tb. Courier let pillcall Honor g. ljifn J W. Co nil l, A. M UaBow, yCoo. J Viv4h Bedroom Fitrn istat Complete I 1 1 (J ft. Ii!!i Irciifli llev. Mirror, O.k Valmt intl, bilahur luok O.ik lli'ili-mlOak IJrt'Mcr, , J or i. - $17. 28 ") V J lii W1"" ., little diiuchter rotiirued Sunday it)it to the Nnahville Kx- from jioalilon. 11 Dr. K. K. Davidnoii. wife nnd U II (3 1 I i .Sit Koliliiii: Siriiii!!i. M.iitru I'hiii' Sniti-i- l (Jlmirn.. f.iiu-Scatot- -- -. --- ..- l.Oo 2.00 1)8 DO I l ICiH'ktT I ) 1 Dal. diilor Table . .., ... I. ... The uiei'lliiK ut the Mellindit chnruh doniil Tuenday nlfilit hint. Owing to the warm wcath er the coiifrreKutionft were not ns largo iih tlii'i would otherwise iMiobfH'ii. Kov. Martin, of Union City, iiHnlMtod tlio pastor, and preaolied koiiiu able uud lustruet-ivn i' have you from 10 lo 2 pur cent, un nil purchases. IIM7.U8 oermoiiti. Btoblel! (Si Stephens & Tyler. Q cor Oli! r - J$ lbs Gran. Sugnr for Sl.00."ll"fo11,lotl-J stki papers 1 9. 10c ut tliU oniee. DiulIiitH aluiutt C:io reputation ever where of being the tiest watches made. I always hao tin: in. Also, a welt selected per hundred htock or Jewelry, Silverware, Clocks uud Musical Instruments. Ku. Mkyuh. nlveu away You nro robbed when you aro indiicoil to liny one of those worth. .... ....II...I . In- -. I .1 ...I ...I I irnn mn ..iiiiintrn 1111 vui iicru Iiv uiiuriiiciided luriies. Tho li I jeweled Hlghi Watches havo the for No. 2 wheat. MM- are ofJcriiif; !.-- I Ikk .- - . I IWWWVMkMIv Successful 20 lUS Ular. bliprur for SI. 00. ntltml arrived -- for the leodeulei. There is sonic talk of Tipton. Madrid, Maiden, Keii lied and Utrutherivilio fuiiuinn base uan ieauue. i2" Get your lunch nl CartMh 1 Illo, New Shoe----i -K. y Y.',iwl C,.,..,,. n,,,.,,,,! un' Mr Ion, 25c. 6;Ibs Arbucklc or Www AAAA fnff.-r- t UUIIUfJ, tn OI1UU1 pi rELISJ'HONB 30. W. S. EUisQfi. LOOAIi NEWS. K Ali.r tb i.ii-- ii rounlol, Af'rr tli if iuiii. ait male, w'ie re running now Hie the I U 111 Ik. Iiraiitihilljr left In the tbaJe. ff oi. ruder. now. Advertise and make business. Don't faiLio volo July barbccitoa are tiow in Yoto to-m- o turTry a sauror of Curulhafs, ctrnui. Democratlu primary election! t-- are making their grand "round up" to day. r?i.(Jo to (hn Itiickct for ot all kindc. Mr.,'. T. Kliiliena assuinod control of tho Ulckmuu postolllcu Msleidny. Tim hum of the threshing machine niii be henid in every neigh-Inhood. ir Finest Cntidy in tho city at Cum th ers'. The West Tonuesseo Haplist Oonionlinn will meet lu Muftiii on J uly 71 li. Tho $ult rivet pneket Isieady. Tho names of tho crow will bo known tiaturdiiy night. McKlnni'i's HI. Louis iiread, the hei t iiiMlr.nt W. F. dUYKli'H. Tho whoat crop is a big onu in this couiily and Iho fuituer la correspondingly happy. Sunday is theglorlous Fourth, but if ou want to jubilate you'd better wait until twoudiij. Democratic prlmnrv" election Polls open at 8 u'cloek, a. in. uud cIobo at 5 p. m. The dwelling house of John Mllner. at Fulton, wua partiany lnur destioyed by ftro one day ...... Tho rrtiidldntos bur-gain- s n V .."- -- wuuk. Uroad nnd Uakea v bund ut Oauithctri' A disjiiitcli Irom New York njs that "gold has become a drug mi Iho local market." Hero seeum in Im u riun nhninin fur soiuO till- w IrerprTalna youug mau to enter tho j. drug iimiueeB. t&" f. v f what iou have to ae!L.wlll4 null It out. Try it. rhrHielii Tho edltorV family, is umfrx "il in IlicUman nl)li"Mtloiis to Mis. Nt J. C011110 aur !)rv Oood doranel for n basket of nice", Choi onbons !: touiatoea, tlio ttrat wo have soeil is selling Dry seusou. thla ron nitre . Lstt Salurdny wua Clillilrcn'w "New England Queen" Our business L-- selling SHOES. v'e buy C0W8ILL COWGILL, Day ut Uock apilujjn, hut wo learn in large" nuantitits anil olten. So wc v that It hud tho appearance of Can Or SGIHT'H. are able to get umLgive superior didateB day, judging from tho Sewing Machine v- and deal in fresh gooils. number prctuut. "Tlio R iThe w mupthly uieeUng proof of tlio pudding ltho eating ot it." 65uo0 per cent. fni;ed by pur. Easiest running Machine manufacof Iho W.W.T. U. will be bohl. at chaMiiK your nliues at the Itaekel. tured. Warranted 5 veara. Mrs 0. TRaudlo'u this evepjng Trices, 20.00 25.00 and 30.00. Sixteen caudidatea for oertill alA o'clock. A lull nttonduuco Sample our $1.60 ladies Oxfonls nnd f.tho leinbers is enruestly de cates to loach neliool wore exam Baby l'rinco Alberts. Tliu slylc, fit and alsirrd. ined at llickin in lust neek,aiiinn Buggies. most tlio wear ot S'J.OO goods you will them Mr. Hd. Tujlor, of thin rlt,, e Handsome designs in Rattan. At prices that Ofi haven fiml. ?H.50, .'t.OO anil U.oO Kem high who nueceedod in raptitniiK a tlral lurce u liber of old exchanges on anybody's baby cati ride in its own carriage. jiriced for Ladies low out shoes but in elurj eerlllleule. hlto .Metal. itubfe for wrnnpipg paper. Give the baby air, aud save Doctors' bilU. ours tlio btlc, (junlity, ami fit bells Iiioli wo will soil al 10c perhuud- The rules and regulations them. Pictures il, fo close them out, Hond your ndopted by tlie Democratlu Coundors to Courier ofUce. ty Comiuliteo to coveru tho 1'ii Easels. Is puh-- , iimO election, Upahaw, ouo of tho Just opened first purchase of Pictures. They t HAVEJIKDUCED our 75c bargain Shoci ami Slip- llhlicd In this Ikhuc. Itead Hie in, ijnd best known citizens of are pretty, tastefully framed and cheap, buU pern to 60o, and l.OO bargains to 76c, and fainillarlze yourself with their thidiouiity. died Wednesday night without the cheap look. Tiy brightening up to finish them up. proiDdoiis. at Mi home two miles south of your room a little. rowj. Uncle Jack wns honorable USrKd Me.vet'H Is tho plaro to Mirrors. nnd 'upright in all uia dealings, have .lour WatchcH and Oldukn SANDF.US Haiulsomo French Plate with rich Metal had u host of I'rionda among nnd repaired. Satisfaction Kiiaran. CASH SHOE STORE. Framing, on down to Ii5c quality. & RICK'S the white people of this eopimu-nitteed, or no chnrgo. A full lino of among whom he hud lived so The yomiR folks enjoyed a man) years. pleasant hocIiiI part and dance al and the rehideneo of Mr. Win. S.unsu,: Monarch and Hoxall. iiboul II miles from town on ijnko, load, on Tuesday uleht. A mini Undertakers' Goods, Fuuoy DreRs Shirts, at The Geuenil Assembly of tho lE.i.1I31CKS. bcr of 3011111; people from Hick-ma- Cumberland Presbyterian Church SANLIfcUS & IUok's. you wuut u big bargain rail If were present. has declared Ha "disapproval of nnd secure a sample MTSUIT.S and PANTS mode to. all indirect, uuscrlptural methods Wo bought at half the Hammock. ARTHUR KING City Hall Bnlldln;, wholesale livesSid. IIamby,a young man who of lalstng inouey for Ood'a cause in the couutry, aud who is (Jlihlon Sltel. Inrasiire. Unlets tukuu at price and givo you the benefit. such as fans, festivals aud enter- SANDitr.s well lticr.'a town, Wilson's Hook Stoke. ally known about with a accidentpistol on hot hlmsolf Well, overy body wUhlngi t'dumenta nfnuy kind, gotten up . Saturday nlelit. wbllo trilnc In puniuoi-n row weeks ago that summer ,UI l""1 Jii"-W. D.Sullivan, n nrnuilnont nioct u tdiell from tho weunnti. would come, nnd madu much talk' exv isyea tested. Mr. Kd. Moy- Wejer has in Ida employ. Chas. O. farmer of Uravea county, found The accident happuuod near town about tho cool weather. -'. In cold and flllvur. ona diiVjnnordinii- - known - i.. Iiiivh lirnril Itioae nnir;o lll'lconn Hulillukcr, an experfouaod watch wr,tHf- u W xniiy ronu, nna Wiii k, gruuiblo lii tho hiBt few days maker anil optician, who Is pre- Inai whoreInit had been buried by young man was curriedmitoruniiHufarm, to the respared to test your eyes and fit n crazy woman Torty yours ugo. about tho hot weather. you with glasses. Glasses and She was aupposod lo have buried, Iduaco of Mrs. llushart, whero ho wns tenderly cared for until Tuestt9.A glass ol andu with every tests guarrauteod. LMu $100, nnd it search will be made duy. when ho was removed lo his worth of Liuudry, ut the "Wo for tho rest. An exohnngo Bays: Ih&ujo. Tho wound lulliotod. while Racket. Preaching at tho Christian have noon people in church try TNow la the lime to while they 11191 UUUUUIIIO church Sunday morning and oven-lu- ing to lookwoungelio ouch otue-.vuwatch and oiook oleancd to 1UIIUU11II doing as well liJUJUUIIj; alng, 'Shnll know matt was ua could Hveryhody weluome. The hogm Spring work. Take them lo members of tho cnugregatiou nro there,' wlieu they wouldn't spea .i Payutto Keir, ut Wilson's Hook bo RSpueled. espeelalh reqiit'sted to ho pres- to each other when they nice,,i o1. bioro, nnd have the work douo Tho storm of Thursday nicht tho street. They may Union 11 y ICrvuiI aud C'aUiw ICoccIvcil Daily! ent in. sumo matters of interest other, but the question know of liiBt weuk was ouo of tho most is, where t piopetlv. need to bo attended to. dedtruothe that over visited this Orders for 1'icnicH, Barbecues and Eutertaimcnts Promptly -- Rov. uya Kid. James II. HroeUs II. Uvnns. rWild Hecilbh. Willie it did no serious There will bo an colipso of tho Attended to. voluuttur cou- - Illll.") hiiH just closed n sun July liOth, visible, if clear, nil eaicrat have made in having the meetiugntJonesboro.Ark., rovlyal dsibge'in thia Itumediato sectiou. witb i, iiiitl will ributloiia toxoid reported that n woman und over the United Sillies, .HICKMAN, KV. (5ot,l,'1 ,tM,t rPP'tlrod, It is now loo conversions, una nin itioiis two children were killed just over bo in tho foim called annular. Louis, und will bo routlv for to the Motbodlsl church, lIowii,Iie jne j,, Tennessee. Reporta appear!'" That is to say. the sun will ten days. begin a gospel lent tnoetl.rtg at thelfrora Tlptonvillo aro to the effect use within ii as a ling of light around aud out- or.011.W?rL",.be H Doublo Hridgcs, , mileasonth'olanbe wind did considerable body of tho moon. black Rldo Clinton, which la about U' milea aamgo nt that pluce.n number of Low Tourist Kntfs to (nbinn Wells. ll UIU IIIIICIUIIT lUVCMCUa After experimenting else Work Shirts nro from Una city, next week, hrery- - bnlltllngs unroofed nnd otherwise Commencing nllb June ll, 1HD7, TickTie detirable resilience on Duchannn whore, tuko your watch to Kuuk the best. You know it. Sold only ui.iij iiniicu iumudui. ovi- - 0.1111112811. The I'rOfiS BUVB t IOt U et Aftentt of die Mobile and Oblo railroad Htrrcl, receutlr ocoupled by Mr CbarUs ho will iiiuko an aucurato and by and Ari'ly I" vices. HANimiH & liHJK. vi.V(mr load of darkioB, in on und Mobile lo Si. houl Inclusive, will sell Mayfietd. It. V LM.CU It'll EN'. f ticket! to Cilbnoii Wells, Tenn., and releliable For i op days paRt nfghtly Tho uowspapor Is n noenssity wAiimi. were oouiintr lu from the turn, ma HumbolJl anil ilazo, at Terjr -- The Mnyflelil Monitor says there has boon an epidemic oV to suouosh In advertising. Its pe- IViiI I and the Btorm overlook low rate. Tioketa trill be told J ally unDESIRABLE PROPERTY FOR SALE that Hon. J. C. Spolght, or lllnk-ma- butgliiihis nt Fulton nnd lu neigh- culiar field can never be n te rod taoni.Vlt picked the wagon up til SeflembiT 30di, llnilteJ fur reluru panagc to October 31al. wilf bo n oaiiuidate boring towns Monday night tho by any othor rlasa of pubKcatropB county, iu siioiiU Hie occupauts out uud AT A BARGAIN lo the this fall for hniisoofJ.IT Newhoiibo was and, therefore, it poseases qiiulj-tie- s ojirelessly hung it on Iho fenco boiioru cido up. One of the hors- and, If elerted, will ben in vuliiiiblra nnd utory brick, istoro Tub Louisvlllo Dispatch says The as u medium which can u iiiiti ...n.... nittwii o.uidld'ite ...... fall iiir i jiiiilti-m$18 lu lllullc; ...i.... from .. bureau i. uu .wresteifTroiii ii.. iit....i .1. r h una mown into tho wiro fcnee that thoro have been four mirders loose and dwelling combined), aitualed ii itiuiu in Itho flral ilisiriui uu uiu i;uiii drawer in the room in which Mr. amrnH v n fumllyjn tho land Into V uj wak out considerably. Tho in the city of Loulsyilie daring tho at Ibe corner of Moulton anil Alleghany U ollercd for n uo liAibed c iitlies lino pajt week, nnd during tho past slreele, eontains three sale al on,bur'i'm ko tiind.ird platform. Newhouao uud his wlfo wore whose u.omo uowspapor ot so mo rooms llonsa ground slueping. Afterward tlio burglar vleserlption.does notllud l(s way. F uJalilgYwash day all kinds- - ot Ihreo mouths there have been not floor, auitibte (or business; eiibt roomn on lias acW. M. sif' Mra.goueral Walker Tor La- went to tho residence of Walter ThainrtuiberfloUiiulraudlvaiiiiylJ atoiojitslcould bo soon Happing less than twenty. Four or llvo of aecoad floor, and one room iu Iklrd atory. agency cepted u breaz o. tho murders nro oven now as Also, 1 fine bake oven, anl utorm house, lllbbs and tried to get through ;i neVor look insido win eov,o(;,ufliu dies Goods. Ladles wishing uilmtiatly ar novvTifttuinMa-- . , yej m f much of mystery as they woro all under one roof. It li store oombluej, mid paiing employ inent rear winnow . Tlio lioiBB a imaitLfOANS hobo to gef . iPhenkthoy weic committed, nud It ranjed afor rsildenco aud good will do well to write MrB., Walker ed Mr. Gibbs, and while liJ.vwaJllpoWVrVit and " this week, tret w,iii;prouuiy novcr, uo kiiowu iy For term", etc., apply ttand. In at once at Hickman; Ky.,ni eub ugeuts gotti ng lilo revolvor Mti "' ' l'HANIC TIIOUVSW. escnp ed. tauuoap..,, whtfttfui deeds, w cro done. i are eollolied. homo-crowrtfiijcinul-bujincsd ml iierhapH an iiilicrilnoiiiont' If your business cola Into! All per.ocn boMlnjr eUias ajainBt Iho liox oer mniiufauturcd in this tstale of John II. Urlgganec, ilec'i , ar couutry, ut Kd. Meyoi'a Jowolry bereby nolili'il lo'nrefent I tie uno fir Still continues at about 50 e on tho Dollar. Store. lelttrmcnl within GO tlijs, or tbe will ta 1 If your size Is bore, you get a bargain. lorcter birrta. rhe West Kentuoky TeleALEX. A. FAItlS, phone Company has arranged Juljr IeiJ607. Adm'r. wldi Mr. F. M. Kunnels to visit tho leading couutry rcsidonts nlonu the road with n view of get& Flour Mill For ting them Identllled with n system Mesn. I'n it & Iho. liitve taken llt.tr HICKMAN, KY. between Fulton and Hickman on fc: Qourlnc mill lark. Tbli tiopular an! Fulton tho Stato lino ruud. fiii. mill l for ale. Tbli mill baa all Guard. ibe flout and latent improred macblnerr, put In recently. Tblj it a great It Is reported thntinme fish, for a mill man. For parlienlari, -ermou, einplHjeil by Messrs. Itur PowtM. & Bao. Hot weather is hero and likeWho weeps with you when terme, ic, addicua dick i llnndly, while seining n tllctnian. Kt. ly to atny some time. In order to you uro sad, and laugha with yon luku near Gsycco, Mo., one day prevent diseases that are likely to when you uro this week, caught nn linmensoalli. That Oowfiill & Cowgill baro tho glad, aud swears spread from such weather, it is gator, but it made Its escapo by with you when you uro mad T Tho heeeeuury that all owners and inolt completo Soda Fountain tearing thin heln all to pieces be and those having control editor. Who baa to be both kind fore it could be drawn to land. It ih tbfa AYeat, and their motto la, over any buildings, alleys, yards, and wise, and never, hardly- oyer, was fiovoral feet long, and weigh. "IToVthQ Cfteapcct, out housed, hog etc., tnko lies, nnd when he does, creates cu some L'ou or sw potinus. hit tho Bost." immediate steps pens, have such aurprisot The editor. Who has Splendid Selectiou of to Any kiud of a cold Summer driuk places thoroughly cleaned aud dis- a heart, ns well aa cheek, is of a spirit proud but meek, New Straw Hata. infected nnd put in a proper sani(for 5 cents. Also, and lives on forty centa a week T NEW BOOKS, tary condition. Lntost Siriug stiles, a"t The editor. fcSANIlKKH & KICE'rf. An exebanco baa this to say STATIONERY, of the man who don't take his , A merchant at Mount county paper: "A man was hunt lug lu tho timber country one day lu., cornered all the silver dolNOTIONS, &c. B and while thus eugaged there lars in his town and pasted his adoocame a bit? rain, and ha aonirbt vertisements on one 3utc of them Shelter In a hollow log. Tho log so successfully that nothing but Call and sec our Stock, Every U64oiuo and swelled hot watcrAvould removo tlio "sticktoo small er." A rival merchant reported thing up to date. nutrmjmnjtyciilug..wn8 for hiuwo out. Ho quickly reviewedijiltCjlfci nnd when he him and Secretary G.age has been Mary Berks des & Co. came to. remember that ho had asked to decide whether or not tlio not paid for liis county paper, he law' agaiust defaciug coin lias been tout Jio easily erawl- - violate and that oilicial has rcfor- - DR. S. K. 4iy matter tolub5ieeret service y trouble - i t i jauon. sic, plajed by tho largest Muslo Slaughter Sale of Shoes xoTici;. Smith, Ellison Co., Sale. orror-lunlljr . iuiuuiuiiauiau.uuuuuuuuiuuuuuiuuiuiuuuuiua . Don't Forget ten-ants, Cash Book Store. - ' Picas--ant- - witer-soake- d gt -- Xgoy val-u- us rf-guh- It '' . DAVIDSON KENTUOKr IirOKMAN, OEQce over Cowgill & Cowgill's Drug Store. fS& DRUGS. Li DIUIGS. .... CJ. PEXLXX IN V i &TTTLEI JDTTJQ-S- , MoJIcInet, Palnla, Oils, Dje SlsfTi. KaT" rrftcrlpttoni Carcfull Componadeil rAi-KKH.-W- TIxe Casli Groceg J. M. WITTING, DEALER IK STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES TOBACCO,. CIGARS, ETC. old-es- nT n 'v y Coffins Z Stock lii Kreih anJ Completr, and I iar lie I lie pnblic lo conn and eeo nie. Caili paid for CouQtrj TroJuc. oh) 'land, Clinton Sired, HICKMAN, KY. id; Wilting.) C. Ii. IIlOK'MAN, VINO HANDLE W ATTORNEY-AT-LA- vS: ?&VwAvv;r-- '.'.:; KKNTUOXY CSRuTHERSCATE.: a the practice of law, and unilltMcd ntttnlina to bmlcesa entruiled lo iil HA will gl'erunmed hi prompt A. - harefe"? -- Choice Fancy Candies, Ice' Cream s Soda Water. ttoraoya:La HICKMAN, KY. .imvsbrr; & rr "W OCScr next doer lo rvattonal Dank, . j3Fruits of All Kinds Farlg Parker, AND FEED LIVERY I u l- i - ".m .J Corner Kentucky and Carroll Streets, Hickman, Kkktucky. furnttliel day or nljtbt. l.owett rates to CoinmroUI Men. Good lei room adjtin-. tir 3rtlood rlga wllb cr wltbotit drlrei iMi-a- i"K- - iline-ldoreo- A. F. OLIVER, Blacksmith and Undertaker HICKMAN, KENTUOKY. yon G.1VK Mi: A TRIAL whenrepairs n siiiitbiiiK dune, or c' Horseeliocliifr. spcrlaltjr Wafrnii'i I alto weep a fall line of h -- uor ,, i UndortaTcor's price. (11 e trie a m1I. Goods, per-imine- nl awaKen-nuagaJM- burgltiuoA.iljyi'U' :- ll,f7,lW.tlf niSrl1Q'"a'luuuMWWiWlliM.:f . tiey"ex?m , .. - I Common, Uonewood, nud Sulld Ulact NVi.ll nut Coftlna and Cae, which can be filled up on slitirt notice, and at ruPeonaM Busp Dear iae s.vs-''- rr'.' " , tflaBam.'r.M :mmiaajai ''. awni -- jau. i t -- s M aaaaaaaaaaak.' .j'jtumrrit mmr. i.. s..'..- - aaaaaaaaaavn .'S v v.A" . '- - v. s. t. r. -.- - m " j Tff.';. .. . ... . - Lm ' ' it"" essnij 1 J- 'V 7 .' ""d'VS . ' iiiin nuuiu ception of TL!- J" 4f sPt L v..l. . 5. nfrrtln lent IMcrrMlnw rnt-i- ir.-."nr rrmcrni the ontin ,:,- . They used tltiring ISM ,V) mile of tnlj-Inor enough to nearly reach from Chicago to St. 1'aul if placed in n traiRht line. The pokcn were made in their own factory, anil required 7S0 miles of wire, or mouth to reach from Chicago to Lincoln. Ncb.j CO miles of lras rod was required for spoke nipples. If the spoU-s- , soko nip-i)lr- s and tuliing were placed in a straight line thev would reach fiom Chicago to the llocky Mountains at Dcmer. The cranks, if placed end to end, would cover a distance of 22 mile. They used 35 miles of steel for crank axles, wheel axles and pedal yxles, and 19 miles of steel for scat posts. If tha lims that were used in the manufacture of Crescents in '00 were placed one upon the other tley would make a pile 19,800 feet high, 0,000 feet higher than Tike'a Teak and about the height of Mount Klias in .livko, whoe luminit has never ct been reached by man. It required 32,031 square feet of sheet steel to makupthe Crewent hollow tooth sprockets, anT21,87G square feet for the steel stamping of the head and seat post clamps, or in all enough Hat steel to cover nn area of 1 acres. There Were U'eil 10 mile of cork grips, 10J miles of hnishol hulu, and 28 mile of steel wire to pin frames together lcfore braiing. The finished chains, end to end, would reach 70 miles, and the dilletent pieces of which they arc coinpocd would reach 237J mi!e, or in all 307 niile, the distance from Chicago to Cincinnati. The bearings of 1800 Crescents reouired' 1.1.097.300 . I!-steel lulls. - !.i. uy 7m men, H piaceii in a Binugui line, niuc i..: j trine. tie, would reacn a uisianceoi on the lace two chain anil irpsrrnta manuiactu cii in jksj re- iir iiuirnl 434,1) jard of cord, or 216 mile;. enougn lo allow a sman ooy io nana on the top of the Auditorium tower in Chicago and fly his 'kite where the jicoplc in Des Moinci, Iowa, could ste it. To supply sold in 1S90 required l,CO0,(42 Crescent lwlts, and 1,4,075 nut, having an aggregate weight of 23 tons. The total weight bicycles vvs 2,3S2,SU of the complete pounds, or 1,191 ton. To crate tlirer bicycles required 1,233,710 square feet of lumber made up in pieces; ?.',71S,CfS wparato snd distinct pieces cnteredJnto the construction of 'liO Crcscnts, .ml if all wero placed In a straight Jine. end to end, they would reach from Xcvv York to some dis-tanIn the l'acitic ocean wci of Sm Francisco. Crescent llullctin, July l, ISO". the in supply-,lnterial consumed JunnR of the most popular the demand for one Western Wheel JorUn, b.rveles made 'J he Chieaeo, maker of Ihe Crest-e- t wheel, the the tareest, and without doubt world, moot and complete, bifjclc factory in the n turn out, when running to fullest in twelve MS finished Crrsecnts hour, or a complete "up to date bicycle per minute. - - . , innild in ronirv' n svut" ' enormous amount oi raw mai ! i F'Dfci'fc i .y, 14iirvU"' V .Arl i jij - . in'nn n A jT6 76 HAT Iruo American y Tccla not the blood leap In hi vein A stirring scene of peace, now relgu Wliere o'er n hun- Are brought to mind, though .'i '.J'l ot ours to hold sway. Nenth nnglaml's hard, relcntlcw Iini iiirety 'twas not thus to be; A higher Power ruled over all: And out of war' grim, wrinkled front - We merged, despite It gloomy pall, A gnllnnt freemen fought fcr right. ejo all And Wisdom' Ilrhcld n future for our land patriot dared to dl. Tor which the Their precious blood wa freely given. Vpon their country' nllar shed; And now we glory In the deed Of our departed, honored dsnd To WaMilnglon, the great and true, And all his brave, victorious host. We hoinnge pay with glad acclaim, And In their rntmor nuke our boast Tim on this day of all the year Columbia's brightest stars may shine To tell of Independence won. While low we bow at freedom's shrine And a the rolling years goby, And ndded dory crowns our land, jtlll brighter may their mrmor grow Who llrst led freedom' holy band. -- It. B. Do Itecf. In N. V. Ledger. g fierce array, And strove this land dred ear ago The Urltoncnmeln been shut off, tho mouth of the. balloon hml bccnclosc(l,nndtlicbnlloon i let find arranged his circulars ready to throw out, a dozeu orso at n time, ns he went up. "'V Let co the ropes I ' ho shouted. "And tho great upbcro shot up Into the nlr, with vvhlto paper iluttcrlue out iroin ll on nil sides. "I could never tell c.nclly how It hnppened," continued my scntmate, "but I supiKJsc It wits n mixture of boy ish curloilly and n sudden prcssuro from behind, ns tho crowd surged but 1 know that 1 suddenly stumbled forvviud nml fell upon the coll of drag rope that was being rapidly taken up. in fnlllng, my loot In some vvny became vntnnglcd in a rope, so Hint a loop In It caught me by one utiklc, it nil quick as ii flash was going up into tho ulr at the rute of a mllo a minute, hanging head downward, vvlillu a great cry of horror was sent after me by tli peo for-vvur-d; 1 n loir had 'nttriictl.iW such ns rMformlngon thjj hjtii!5l UOKjv-sUVv- l TiJZftW O. trnpere Mens u.o nsccfl on wns mail ? s it viw intfitfVif..jni i mh tiithiiMnrM n nnd then parachute leaps! rmn the C. loon,lilfclilnnlr. Hut 1 nelter tiMeinnt J BtlcUet In JcauMno cofmj-- . L . y- any sucli 'uttractiou' us vyos tjxniultl I)n.,IiAiiUv Muvcmi nan JDcsuiuomi' when I trout up Hanging ujvonc rM n n ted for.Jnuvor l Carlisle. V " " Webb Iwnncll, tho H. C .Va.nc'k, Mtojicw poStrfhUter, (loldcn Unjs. hn's taken charge ofMioolUcont Havvca HER NlK'tnllicil LIFELIKE IVorlil nf i.. u .tJstf t' STATUE. Iter llriuirttirc frnin th" SILENT SPlfgEKEKS. Womon tlo not Llko to Toll a Dootor tho Ootulls of Tholr Prlvuto Ilia. ilrng-ropo.- " !&& WZi AT was vour first MWA W experience in said I 1 -- Oil ft Nst-- i' . OrV JIT KIP. t .' C Speech. Ill Aftrr-ninnAround the table were gathered many men. The dinner was almost over, anil now In the interval of service general conversation had ceased, and they were nil looking at him ami waiting for linn to sieak llo was a handsome man; clean shaven and commanding looking, in irreproachable evening ilress. He stood, bis left arm hanging at his side, bis right hand roting lightly upon the table. Ever eje wa upon him a he began to speak. And this is w hat be said: , "Sorry, cents, but tie plum puddin' is all out. Dire rice an' tapioca, an' dcre' I an' plumpcachanapplc creamorrhiibarb mincerlemon pic. Wbachcrgo'iitcrhavc?" N. V. Journal. rr .!?' about that "It ame bear that there Is llrst trip, for a fc'ood story I've notion K.'Af"' Jt- lo my companion, ns we settled down In our Rcntb In the rniluii) enr, on our u n.v buck to W . A I Hunting bi$ game is not as hard work a It ued to 1 in the days of the long, heavy, ' big bored rifles. With a light modern rifle, 'such as the Model '04 or '05 Winchester, more game can be killed and at much longer distance than with any one of the old tun guns. The Model "03 Winchester i one of the highest powered rifle made. It will shoot a ."Wcnliber U. S. Army bullet through over CO inches of dry pine boards, and drive a bullet at the rate of 2.0G0 feet a second through the air, llunlers nil over the country say that this is the best hunting title ever mvle. Send to the Winchester Repeating Arms Co., New Haven, Ct., Deep Impression. from London altera holiday, and meeting his priest one day stopped to tell his adventures. "Now, of nl the sight oil saw, what " k Jcct.rtnKk you most In fact, left the decfi-rc- e iti;firrJufi on ytwf amki the priest. Jgj "Faith, it was n bxiclr from-- scaffold as (truck me most and left It deep Impression on me," Mid 1'at, showing a cut on iii fore- held. Sparc Moments. ob--a Wonderful lildc. )A lor a large illustrated catalogue free. Two JIIkIiIj- - Continent, North nnd South America, lienide Guatemala, the West Indie. Austrahn, nml even luroie, arcthe holds of usefulness in which Hostcttcr'a Stomach Hitter has demonstrated it value as nn antidote to malaria, and as a remedy foi dysiiepsia, constipation, rheumatism, neuralgia, blhousnes. nervous-net- s, nnd loss of appetite and sleep. The inhabitant, the medical men of these countries, have soken in nn uncertain tone concerning the efficacy of the great lioure-hol- d remedy. Hamiishirc, where uorh until I w'uj 15 jcurs of nge. "1 had been vorl.liig in n sawmill the year that 1 was 13, mn my time cxpiix-the third day of July, and, though I expected to hiie out ugain my fancy ut the b.une place. It plcu-ehulidny on the to take a could feel uibelf enwhen my own muster. It 'would be time enough, 1 thought, to hire out again when the holiday wtuovcr. "Thi'ie was to be a celebration In a neighboring town, with a balloon as- tension, tuies and till the other attractions lh.it lire iifiu.il on such occasions, wilh a 'grand diplu of llreworks In 1 iitlticliiil to It." My scntmntc was "l'rof." lbiyruond, the ueruiiaut. He had mmlc a fourth of J lib usiuiifclon thut afternoon from W had goue up with lilni In , and my eapncltj as reporter on the V Daily illume. c hatftiindcil uneventfully In a turnip Held, about 30 mile, awny, and " lunl packed up the balloon nml its Just In icnsou to cutch thu cv cult a tiiiin fur Ihc cily. "Well," said Mr. I!;i. inoml, "there nttaebed to that llrst balvviih ii Mot vara ago; loon ride of mine, thirty-odbut I don't tell It very often, fur the iciisoii that, even after all these years. It brlii);" back some of the sensations thut I esperlcticcd nt that time experiences that you will soon see were not p.utlculnrly ujjrecable while I was undergoiui; them. My father and mother hoth.ulcu be- foie I was 12 years old, so thkt I was thrown entirely upon my akvn resources, liven ut that curly ;! I to "hire out' for viirious"lVnt1'' ot service In my native tovv'riu New 1 1 "1U-l:.yd be-na- n THE DAY WE CELBBRATE. JoiissO.n, .John Wnllacoond CfiTcU Sanders, boys, c6nfcsscd to burIt Minulil Ilo Oliacrtcil b1 glary at Lexington. AmrrlcHit ClllscnA' LloiiTMMi struck tho residence of If tlier-I- s nny day inoni'uYnr tldhti another io the heart of evcryjiitrlitlfl VwillauL Vulingiinm, two mnes norm-eas- t of Arl'nK'tonf early? tho other cltlrcn of till beautiful land pf ouri, It morning, Uho resldetico of tl. S. Is Independence day 1 ourin or July the day wo celebrate ns commemorat- Hollcnback, n tlfo center of tho ing ono of tho most heroic nnd praise- town, was also struck, demolishing tho worthy etrugglcs for liberty llRbc MK kitchen.' liiciiMOMi will not have a fair this lory of the w 6rhl. After j ears of discouragement nnd year. "The meeting has been declared defeat, j ears when hopo scorned dead, on" because tho stockholders nnd direcodd when tho undertaking of tho hand-fu- r' tors could not mako satisfactory arof Lrnvo men appeared-Ictery rangements. ple below. Tiik.sto.n mcrch.ints have agreed to may lie suro Hint no more ur way too much for them, tho light came, "ou thiiti 1 the clouds broke nwny, and Hie' sun- closo their stores orory evening at 7 prUcd bo ever left teriii-llimwas, when I saw the i.irtli nuddenly shine of success streamed In upon their o'clock. Horhisvii.t.K reijulroi a llceuso of dropping tiwuy from me, as it seemed. nlmost broken nnd dismembered lunrt $50 u year from llfii lusurniico companIUI not 'lose my head,' and fortunes, "1 urtuuntely, With literally nothing left to begin ies doing business in that city. though the (Hisitiou was icriulnly fu- Jkssk ICinht.AM, who shot nnd killed vurnbte for such a icsult. Instinctive- - with, with even thing Micrlllccd upon b I giaspcd the rope thut misjianglng the nllnr of their country, with the Jack Johnson, nt .Maytleld, was Indict- d for involuiitnry manslaughter. down beside me and hung on for dear foo formidable, rich, respected on nm life. and sen and known and tried of ll JlMMV Os'IMlTON, of Ashland, who "1 lie aeronaut above me apparently men, tho outlook for the colonists attained notoriety as tho boy convict, knew nothing ot what was going on dark and disheartening almost be.'. il pardoned by (lov. llradley, Is ngnln un-dbelow his car, for the drj goods and precedent. Hut then their sub mr arrest for stealing. circulars continued to courngo never faltered, their detcm Tin. Kentucky Millers' association, flutter down past me In undiminished nation knew no leldlug, their h , in session ut Lexington, clectud tho . ((unntttles. ttillowltig o cu is: President, Josoph wero ldgli nnd fliclr ambition!1 n great cry "He had doubtless heard Stunlily, cheerily and hruvel.i Lo Coinpt; vice president, ij. 1'. l'err, from the crowd, but Interpreted it prob- they went lo work to rccoliHtu et nml Winchester, and secretary and treasably n occasioned by the sight nt n tclinbilttulo out of tho vvrcek f the urer, John 11 Logan. which uni then disintegrated remains ot t monrf hlvnl balloon ascension, llAntn.v KiMiuU'il met Alien Tttpp more of a novelty In thut region than It outpost on Independent ropm lo a walking with Iluberl Taylor on Secwould be homo for tho homeless, aid n la l nnd ond street, Henderson, the other night "After a minute I was able to get my a country that slioultl Leof the rjoplc and shot her dead. A shooting nflray ' foot out of the loop In which It had nnd for the people. '" followed in which Handolph was killcaught, nnd so to let myself down Into JealWho shall tell of the hard work, the ed and Taylor badly wounded. nn uptight position. The balloon was dnrk dajs. tho weary ho irs, the nJiIng ousy is the supposed cause. All are ' steadily, und there was no more heads arid tired h.inds that this dn. this colored. rising jeiklnguiidnpp.ircnt motion to the rope JottN jAChso.v, wanted for horse da.v, tho day tf dll the days t tint) there would have been had It of nil the j ears of tho Lmtorj ' this stealing, was arrested In (Iraves counbeen suspended from n high beam In great nation, representl Whosh '! tell ty attired In woman's clothing a barn, nml this alone made It possible Sauukl of the nuletles, the, nppnhensh u, the Irvwrcuco-elope- Tldoii and Mrs. LMw.trd for me to cling to It. from Ixlngcton to of darkness ui the "I now found that I could twist one sleepless hoursdaylight through hleh fct. Louis, where they were married. of leg around the rope, nnd by restingone rlert hours Stm-iikn- , MennmiF.H. who leaped unequaicvl band of patriots ssed fool on the rope where It crossed the that the dec- from n train tho other dsy near Arcthrr foot, I could very nearly remove during the llrst months after when they lington, was captured near that place the weight from my hand, which wn. laration of Independence, the Urlt-Is- a few duys later. a great relief. I kucw then that 1 had threw olt nt once nnd forever P tHTr CmzK.Nsof Lexington object to the joke, denied and defied the a chance to gel out of the fix I was In, establishment of Mrs. Divide's homo I alternately rest my country, Hung nway the.r svva lllng for stray dogs and cuts, saying thut it could now for elothcs nnd sprang Into the ntnrt to will prove a hands nnd my feet. nuisance. r to "(!i.as-Eyki"Itrnskurcd b this, I looked up at the iTght again, If need be, tind sun to " Ciisni.r.r HcAiii-.nsotooling ha, toil, to stilto,tr develop balloon above me, and conceived the written to tho Lexington police fruition this wotllerlill- Into n idea of climbing up to it, for, like most from Xow Orleans denying thut he country bo,vs, I was evpert nt climbing. lv- beautiful idea of Ameslcanj in syvlndlcd I'ayetta county farmers out j "The rope had caught me before half pcndennel of $14,000. Ho says ha has not been In ve arc fond of saying thatThe da, of It had been taken up from the the buslucis for li vears. ground, so that tho distance up to thecnr of Inspired things Is long past VjA (tr.vr.r.n rain and thunder storm, tlMjrt giuruliy, was much les than it might have been. who rend carefully, sung two hours, passoa orcr Irank- found no very great dlllicully In grad- prnyerftilly tho text and th i useenf prl lbJ ihcr night. Tho river rose ually climbing up to a porltlon under and unwritten words between tin nc three'tfot during the night, of the events of thai great" line, the cur, stopping very often lo rcsL Tun court ot appeals has adjourned "It has ahvujs seemed strange to inc trace tho worlc" ot Inspinrtlo:), the or tee summer vaeatlou until the Of Aheir presthat the man above didn't discover hnndwriting on the wall Ihlnl Monday in September. meanwhile that he hud a boy 'hanging ent, as an earnest of tht.j,rlndei rnnd A liunitlCANU swept over I'aducnii I mir on behind,' but It enn peitinp bo ex- gtvutness of their future4 e otKer dav- - and did creatdamtiru to Hidings. TheAdnms Kmrru wiimn plained by the fact that he was an old. tho colonist and tht: voimrjcutal. We hand nt the business, nnd, ns sailing .think that we nppreclnlethcn, but standing on the lsrec, was blown aomo through the air was no novelty to liloi.t ;wdiat can we say vvhcuAvJ turn frotri iMsten.6j, together with the horjo nntd he tilt it t spend any time looking n't the actual history, the narratly of the day uilvtuf At Mayfleld Mr. A, M lonts ' done in cold type, nnd contrast I with anH child wero thrown out of a biygy scenery below. J '' "He sat there In thcmlddletWliccnr, what might h.ivo heen ,ha'd those men ftndWrlouajMMsi'urod. Hopklnsnllo tho calmly tossing out circulars hnU smok- for one instant Ii9ltn ted, had thev do- up toward fcessed less coiirage,JifSreodunittcc and otbssLLLLLLLHlskir'sViliL? ing his pipe', vVhlle 1 i house-furnishin- g Hunt-less111 red-letti i h f ry 1 t-- llle-.CifAitt.t: dicted for her n still mote bnlh.int futiite. when she suddenly pet nil predictions ut, nsiiKht by in.trr inn n wealthy man of her keeping up her professional work, blip wns vciy Uicl under this te strictlon, but was supiNisnl tn telel iavvatd-I- j T hereforo v hen. at n dinner party ono weniug, she asked her old friend, (!en. ' her on thu follow-hit- ! Uiiluir, to come nnd her l.i- -t piece of evenimt nud wotk, whit It she tliminlil llnbist nnd most lifelike she had ever eveuiled, ho In was to use Ins tnllmmc to prevail upon the to ihtiiiiI her to resume plm-her anions the wuiking frntetnlty of artists. "I am ure nu will liko It, penernl," she raid, with a vvitiimifr tumlo. It fairly lives and breith(. 1 eonfeas I am in love with it ni) self." l)n tlic appointed evening tho cvnersl, with mime tiiiniviniri over tho dellcnev of the tiiok llitru-te- d to htm. tiirsentnl film. self. Insteiid of iiivitine htm to tin studio, his Itorteos, to Ins urpiie, otTered to bruit; her litsl bit to linn "Oh, It's n statuette. I 111" ho asked. " ell, ves. von tniclit call it so." she an. svjeml, a she went out of Hie rtxmi. In a i few tnitiiitP she reltirne,!. UVtitis in iicr aniM- -a Imbj I Ciiknini I ime Herald, whodis-approved lin-lx- Jlcfurs her msirin(ie she had been n famous sculpt i cm. Mie had made seveml portrait of vcll kitnvvit men, nud ev i v one pre- .rllt. SLSSSHU StBBBBBBBBBLsV - r, I x r-n..v n HEALTHY AtVkVENTV-TWO- . In Mr. C. M. HigBlns Passes tho Three Score and Ten Mile-Po- tt Good Health. Por ii Dcomti lrr Ioiim lloitr'irr. I mm t tirrnl MtTrrrr from llltu niitlHiii. 'I hi Mtir tif III lint tic iiltli It l of Itilrroil, one sister, whenyouenn get holpforthonsl.lng? IKm'lfenrtotellhercvery thing. Tho casoof Mrs. Colony, whoso letter to Mm. I'lnUlmm wo publish, Isnti Illustration of the good to be received from Mrs, l'lnUhnm's iidvlce hero is a woman who wns Melt for y nm nnd ,. could get no rcIlofHt Inst In desnnlr Mm , .......... . ... . . .. : 111..1.1 .i. .... " M'" and Inter-V , I,rf"Pi "ympullii-tl, t .. i ( v f,j .lit. I vnui. .iii.i .v.. 'i mil. iiv I1HCVV ISC. 4. " I was troubled with Riich nn aching In my buck and hips, nnd I felt so llrsd nil tho time, nnd had fur four yents. l'or the last year It was nil I ?ouJd d" to drog around. I w otilii lrnvo such n ringing In my head by sdls Hint It seemed ns though I would grow entry. I ached from my shoulders to my feet on! wns very nervous. I vvus also troubled villi it whitodlMhnrge. I wrote to Mr, l'inklinm at Lynn, Mnss., received a prompt reply nnd follow ed her ndvlce, nnd now IhavtMiobucknchu nnd to feel ns ono ought; lit fact, I never foil bet-to- r In ten years than I do now. I titanic Ood that I went doctoring with Mrs, Vlnhhmu when I did, for If I had not 1 know I would lrnvo Uvn In my grave." IX Colo.nv, Nuhtna, Mich. Mils, ,"""-"1w,- Tho reason why no many women iviffcr In silence front tho multiple disorders con. necled with thrlr sexual system, Is Hint they cannot lienr to broach the subject to n liinn, even If he In n physician. No ono can blnmo n modest, scusltlvo woman for this reticence. It Is unnccev In these times, however, for n woman makes to nil n filleted women n most generous offer. Mrs. rinklmm of Lynn, Mass.. bldt every Vomnn who BufTera to vvrlto to her and conllda Awry symptom that nnnojfi her, and sho will glvo her ndvlco without charge, nml that tidvlco It based upon tho greatest experience ever M)sse.s.sed by man or woman In this country, and extends over a period of twenty-thre- e yearn, mid thousands tipou tllOUSnlldsof Cases. WllVHTIir,.rlilll,.i,,.n.ivtn..r "" e U-gl- fl Prom the Leader. Cleveland, Ohio. Mr. C. M His."". ' 'hiiiviswl. Ohio, her heel bniMitii li . sin Irft liim ftlir.. ln ii lejephotieiiitlb.v pnifriiin, of the attiH.ttvc vlern suhurl. of Cleveland, t a retired and hhlhl respetteil ami it was imt her wnnt to listen to nnylhiiifr e ainl unless she w ure it vv none of her rtllen and Im im-- the of life. He is ten tiilleost nt the j.Mitniy Ucttoit Jourtul. in hi 7:M jmr. He wiin in vviic, lives at and to oiler her syiit4thv, tltoi;.. kn..Hinx No. 177 ClMik Ave Hint the man's death mut in a(ttainseti) rroin linkcsirsire. ago Mr lliolns had I Ten Until t j ear tsimc as n relief, a the wife hd often uf "Ikill this rirmnp. distr!" Iiupdinl a sullerer from tlieuiiialism for tun jrais. of Ollielk). when she saw hlinktad-id- fesl from Ins vkiIcwc. She w tml h Nearly everv wrt of Ins KkIj wiw srltHted, up Ins oM icvolver ,t1,c rf,l,l,l foe thf tjtel waj In N Iim tti;lit id lielow tlte hip. but "No, thw I'Vvtnne. love: s'm'tillier "..r. .iir W if I. IfMlL ljr lualt-'Ni,- il He tried itHsliiim- - to case the utiti. but to ml eveiiiui;, putho retike.1. a lie rem lied ineu.Ij-for tho rhiant svtre, ' Mr Mild. In the fall of InVI he pui.lum-- two Ilkw;. a iv, I Mnlfrol It sftl I ', )wi must nil down her hoi uf Dr. U illi.ttrt' Pink 1'ilU for Palo oesdplMgiH. I'p to-- lute. lntlivl." Mr HikkIiis Mid ' ' eeln .i"".r"' ,,,Hm'tind Minuthiiignaeer l go Into "Hi pain via ktteHtest in the full, win the .hop and In the Hill " Oiililnne. ter and riu, to the ilmiMo, and l'rof llraintsnk Newton was a creal ll)' titjlit lee1 and litp weie ltel4ei iikmI of (khihimiilier. Ily ol,'rMtie the mete fll of the time had to sit m an tN) tlwir Muiiinier Tour Vln III x I'our Itonle, pk' -- II.mIh the lvv iirnplHtl up w ith illA s, with my rp iihwIh' nnhmilker he thwvcredthillniij ol Krnv lv miui.Iv To the Mountain, IVes bih! rvashnic, luiil. reunj on ttuliions on another ilwiir. ear after veur trte.1 vatiotts remcdieti but Wtntjc an apple Kvi diiweied the gravity "penal liur lUten will I In effes'l to ot law. N. Y Journal. in Hay, Island of lake Kne, Ute Chautau-qtu- , to no avail, ami as time ed my .N want a Palls, IlKHiMtid Island. M timtuiued to prow viott. I lie I.oiv Ittriirlin llnlr lak dei nr i "My vufe Hitally told we to try Dr. New I'Hgkmd Hewitt, Ner n. ll. I'liiirlli of Jul). Pink Pills bad tea.! almut them Pit Ihe tlieat ton. Clevtap. woukl I'or the l'outth of Jul) holiday, the Cleve- dii.ky.Tole.lo, in Hie li. awierii, mid thoujtit th j IMivil. lleiilon lUiWir. .Ml hs-1!') Mill seJI ri tln-benefit nip l otbets. S I sent land. Akron 4 t.ditmbu l!eot's. all Imal stations nmen,3lalifMe atv.1 Mi.lil.-sover to m h drujt stoic on IVdlnnver M , cuiM.ui tkkits Utwi-eand bought two lioveaiMl lliej proved l ami to iimiiv tsiiiiti. on oiiiliiHtiHR liiie at To the N'mlhwisit and Wel im hi Imi I'or rate, rvtiles. lime uf 1 UK HOL'.NI) ami Chlfsifn, a tiKHt uouderful ttted" me a rate of OSi. KAHH IOU train ami fid tiartieuMrs apply ( any "I ImiI m ) 'I HIP. started to We them I evan In If. I It ttet I fi mxl I urtlld atetit "Ihs: I'mir, or atldreM IJ. O. Met m Ttekitunn mIc July Hrd, 4th amlAlh.irooil i nrllat linjht whirh I was Hitable todii rtturiiiHtt until Jul) fee-hhIuwvc. wiili, I'simskt Trartto 3Iatiagcr "ll'g tli. Pour," CiHesntMtl, tl before and inv apiivlite returiw.1 to me I At. tUtit ajeiil for Hitienti onl a C I'. I)LV. lie- - Paw. At. vtell. uri tlte lew I boxes and I w Ntt aiiMF mi ii in n of have I been A vrtliaeU. troubled with thum..li.iii " AXIirrl WV liltnle.1 up Mr lliiti ts one f the tMlrtotk- Aractl a drradful tttite Ut eveninc who invented tlti that iHteUreliwI vroinin "!"lr itKkinti oiill Wo ran win, mt the fmnl in thr .Ujsof Mte dido Ih. xiitie in Iiimii wanted i.i give her n vote of Ihatiba." the teMltoii. and is at pnwnt a mvtnlr of ' " hat wh the nutl.-r- ' untilafterdtk." Itoxr did lie tveive jrtHir-"TI "Welt. the Until. Aimvofllir l!..ul,lu "Mie lust lier mnder tdtt somewhere out invent-- t turned ovil Dr. illi.iit Pink Pills lontmn, ie4i-deiike- on the rrvvd. and eiiiildn t fix up fit to be game wnntnl to get nil to tlte fmin, all the elenieiils to seen." iKttoit I'rce Pros. Detroit Kiev Kive new hie awl rrekuetu to the blood and shattered nerve "Hi. ietore r ihi a Ilctwrrii eeil Time nnd llnrtr! .ipeohe for tn.ul.le irtilirt.. frn. de. null Low Hairs via II. A. O, n po.t is supprrvst n. urrtfuUritu mil nil .wrim Ifjriiniw opportunity to enqniie alnut Jnljr4lh, Hi. lands uf weaknews, l'luv build up i I 'cmI, in4 ilav'n ride fiom In iaiuth Duluta, only one The n. 4 O. MV. Ity Co will -tl Tlwin.l ClduiKv?. Huiintiful rrops uf rrstorc lltt'g .v f hciii'i i) t l .Ud'iw Wheat, Coin, Itarlny alii l"Ur rvnrd the Trip tickets duly 3. 4 and 3 at (INK KAItC iel s. In men t'irv effeit i .aUical cur tiller of the tsjj. A slnekjsftd diry ef.ar.. lttvrevtt alt stalMms on its ovtu and priori n a'l rases fr in tr'-'Iw rry.ovcr all tlivorld. I'trst-cla- i.d tonutvting line, within n ts Jut f two Mfw!:.trvrr nature. 1'itilt tryHoiith DjIoU le-yrk c?r xxec boxen farm bnds Willi nesthjr m.irLrls ran humlred mile from selling Mnt, gooit "'m re Kj'iia iiicverln Jio.e bulkl now lm on date of sale and leturnlng to and and Nm.ht f.ir from $lo, U. at eejiU Vt or U Ihijuh tortlSQ, ami Olh. IW- may. n" drnwista, or ikt a rf. i '"ii" ' il(im4'McdiHnCdirect by Apvta, lor further md thi is the time to including July Information call on agents It, K.ir further invest, mart fronvlJr to 'incuUts writa .mrutir. (leo II, Head. rd. ' timers I IjienRrr Affent, Uy.N Y. k. Clor.ico, Milvtutkcn. .t Ki I'jitl lUllnsV, tJd a.lwiytp.rhiir, Hn 10.111. "Your daughter fmoiejie Is a perfeef u .Nut Her M'unt. "Llslenl" he l.i..e.l. upon "'"'i'. "' '"""ereil. nnd tiirnlni; jl..nM Fr 0 lhti-ecoi- liusi-ne- Niir or woiiMn who lept a shop Inn rt"i tit-evillage, ami wlw was tiouNcd with n hu.baiid who ruilldmsiurl) lie citi.lilcieil a imhl to the faunly. one if) fmitHl heic!f a Wldoiv tlirmiEh the sudden demhe of In r A lady, who fieipieutl) in.nlo llwd I'imtwe at the shop, called to see hir A vt,,r, ,, sme -- ? 1 f. )ur lit-lht- mi( 1 ltt then-nvati- Wrl-I-an- Yk n vn-el- I sn-litrn- t. - 1 1 ss-l-f Im t'ltjinnlio Pit. s- i' -t g jt, " io.w.iir.. t v-- j $Mf thef Renewal Allrtujn Stl. -- cfiarlesll. Orlltln. reonHIIlFVm. IVrry. Newport. AL lierk Caglo. HolgenvrIlic. KoSss.no andIncreasc Huelld H. a Shull, Original Widows, etc, -- Millie Cliappcll, Crab OrcharJ. Supplcmtrul- far-adtst- t; l'ourth, tirely 11 -- XA 4 To live is to have justice, truth, reason, devotion, probity, sincerity, common sense, right nd duty welded into the heart. To live is to know what one is worth what one can ilo, and should do. Life u contcienec. Victor Hugo. ShnUe Into Your Shoe , a powder for the feet. Allen' It cures painful, swollen, smarting feet and sting out of corns and instantly takes the bunions. It' the greatest comfort discovery makes tight or of the age. Allen's new shoes feel easy. It i a certain cure for sweating, callous, hot, tired, aching felt. Sold by all druggist and Try it shoe stores, 25c. Trial package I'll KB. Write to Allen S. Olmsted, Lello), N. V. loot-EaseToot-Kase Kve-'-The Same Old Wail.-S- aid a chooser of tig leave you are! '11 the worst one that ever I carried." Said Adam "Your dresses are better by far than any jou had when we married," Harlem Life. What , you chew tobacco for pleasure, use Star. It i not only the best,ljut the mokt lasting, and therefore the cheapest. A A man who resists temptation doe r.ot deserve as much credit as a man who keeps an ay from it. Atchison Globe. "Mnr Tobacco." Unit' Cntnrrb Cnre Is a Constitutional Cure. Price 75c. A man philosophizes better than a woman oa the human hcait, but the reads the hearts of men better than he Kousscau. The architect of his own fortune seldom loL7iati'fl'l0M'-k',Jtl'- ' BOILS, BOILS, BOILS They Cnmo Thlok ond Fast-T- ill Cured by Hood's Snraopnrlllo. "My bi other hud terrible, bolls on tho back of hi nock. As fast as ono would get belter another would come. He bceamo very much emaciated, and began taking Ono bottlo maito a Hood's Hartapirilla. great Improvement, and when lie had taken two bottle ho was coinpcly cured." Uaiiiiie D. I.'iivis, Mound Cltjilllnols Is the One True Mood 1'urlOr, Hood's Sarsaparilla II. six for i cure sick headache. Scents. Pills Adryheaithyrll-mate- Hood's er , free from malaria, nn abun dance of puro water, a soil which Is unsurpassed for richness, and Is easily culti vated, yielding ail varieties of crops. That is what Nebraska oilers to the home ecckcr. Lands are cheap now. Send for a pamphlet describing Nebraska, mailed free on application to I. R Kustis. Oencrnl Agent, O. U. A: Q It It., Chicago. CUBED AT HOKE) "! un,p NEBRASKA FARM LANDS. Pass-eag- CANCER forbuok.J)r.J.B HARRIS 1"U & UulliUnf, Cluclumll, Ohio, CO. EDUCATIONAL. iSplsiMiToliegei CENTRAL MUSIC HALL. CHICAGO, ILL. DR. F. 2IEQFELD, P(I0NT. MUOIW i. - Wti trmK u t SEASON BEGINS SEPT. 6, 1897. ORATORY ud DRAMATIC ART. ro k data iiu vk. . isi Trrnn rir"T Mr,drss i i JSVSskh. ' jXZJBm&Z? s'. k Hi '"lf iS'l .." jSfis' .? j.. a& kttslsssslssBssTiy . - liUTlIILlTiRririUtST,rUIUILL,9.T. . JYWUUIi . I'rUvlssl. Quiv-i- i A. C'rrneent. InDutiitff Lebanon, August 80, thrco days; Law- - ' tetnatioualthu TeuiuxsecatCentennial and ,Na4ivil!c, Tenn.. I'(ihmiiIkhi renccburg, August 17. four davs: KHz- - u low rate .f"Hl tanll lias rtn rstaniKiici "'I he b.illoou ascension had pee ill nbethtown, August 17, four days, Shol- - for the sale of tnketK fiom CiiKimiati and atliaituuis for me, us hud never seen other ttrmtiul omt on Hie (jueen i. Yy'ille. August 21, four days; JVJ uny lltiiig of the kind, and 1 was up lloute- August St, four doys; larly on lie iiioruing of the l'ourth, Tiekets are on snle daily unld further August 25, fourdnvs: Hirds- to C'lintliio.iaa at ..'. one way or $7 20 Mid, betting out for town before si town, August 21, fivo days; Harbours-vlllc- , round trip fiom I'imiiinati, the touii.l trip o'clock, Icsolud to take In thu whole beptcmber 1, threo days; I'atlu-cah- , tickets lietng good seven ik) to return, nlluir. from the c.t i ly p.irude of September 7, four days; Horse other tukets. 13wilh longer return limit, at SO for and lloniblcs In the last rocket at Cave, September 7, four days; Howling Stun) ami rati-- enable the lound trip. vWt Thane the public lo t Unit should be lircd in the cteuing. 1 Green, .September 8, four days; N'ashville ankl other Southern intuitu nt ratea "isJfefi hail earned a hulidav by h.ud work, and entimilvil trains of Septombor 8, four days; Win- ticver bcfoie offeletl hud good right lo feel chester, September 13, threo dnysj the finest cktM are at the disiMMal of I the I don't think that nin thing In the Glasgow, September 15, four days; MsaenKer. artonhni; a most (HCAMtit rip, and enabling one lo sunt the scry wuy of I'lilcrlainmcnt cbcapcd me that Morgan Held, October 5, fivo duys. sevnerv an impciftatit battle grounds HIS FII13T ASCENSION. dav. I wits unused lo the sights nnd E. V.. .IoHNnom was appointed postn ami sInhiI CliattaniHiiu, IxAout Mnun Miumls of rout th of Jul, iviebrntioiis. l.lm so cautiously that tain and I In. tjiuniiaM .Vntkinal Military presume I less Christian patriotism! It Is worth master for Vnncoburg, Luvvhi county, Park lnkriH to Nnhvilh to vl.it the nud I tlrnuk in evervthtug wilh the didn't jerk the rope a bit. I wonder while to hnvo lived In this couniry.it is vice O, II. Tayntcr, removed. Centennial ran be lepunliaM! at Chat la incut of hmhuod, wilh un Hint I luitln t shouted to him ut tho north while to be nn American citizen, kteii Maho.viu.t NANt'B.uotorious through- li"H for M PI iniiiid trip Ask jour luket ispeciiill,) keen enjoyment, piobabl, very (list, but It didn't enter my head but best of all it Is worth while to feel out tho vicinity of Hopklnsvllle as nn njent fur tiketK vn Citicinii.it i and the (j because of the plodding, uneventful life for inu to do an tiling but luir.g on und that we aroakln to those bruvc men and alleged prpphut and regarded with &. (' Houte Siitlb nr write to C. HINHMlbON, Genl Pass'r Agent, 1 had been lending so long. women who periled their lives, sacri- superstition by tho Xegrocs and by climb. Cintimiuti, O. "Ihe Antiipics anil HuiriblcH were I had slowly climbed up well ficed their fortunes and staked their een somo whUo people, dropped dead "When in a church soutli of Hopklnsvillo, properly appreciated. The clToits of under the car, without thinking what eternal all on the cause thry loved. Hememlier that pe3 ji earn nothing for those who tried to reach the All over the country societies ore whoro she was preaching to n largo veur ml.fnrtiine or S 'rtovvi; thev are Ihc effect would be shouted 'llnlloal' Atrhisou She was fcO years old, but re. trretcd only In votir gold piece, said lo be leposlug on and the next instant was almost jerked springing up whoso object is to keep crowd. Scores of Globe. the lop or a very gicasy pole, weie ol) the tope, for the balloonist gave a ever lilts c tho memory of those brnvu m ark a bly well preserved. When a fellow tarrie a corkscrew, it m great I; enjojed, ns were also the elTorts lump tluil very nearly upset mo car. men to whose earnest efforts and self- - her prophecies tiro said to have cotno I Hst Juno she evidence that liednu t iim' it predicted that a of icilaln mcu nud bos lo (Hikhess and when I caught sight of his face, abnegation we owe our present pros- trito. irurliiiig Iim teeth Watlunistou Dniuxrat. thi'inselvcs of n fut jo.uug porker, after he had United urnutid two or three perity, our unquenchable ambition, cyclone would destroy HnpUinsville. hundred persons Hod with her whose entire sjirfncc was iu'fhe siime times, trjing In a diucd sort of vvny to our world-wid- e i iwn reeoiniiicnu fisos Litro lor i on-glory ami tho flag that miles from there to '. I). , rmnption t; sufletem from Asthma tlippery condition us the pole with the find out where the voice cumc from'it vvc love so well. liy their prayors and fasting thoy Townsctid, l't Howard, Wis , May , '01, file dollars atop. was as white us u sheet. He looked cauAnd the day vvc eclebrnte, this one thought they had succeeded in ward"There wns a content of fire engines, tiously oter the edge of Hie basket. day that is given over to mirth, jollity, ing off tho cyclone. "I Ml. lMnntein lenuneitn; scrvantl or 'lubs, ns they were called, manned I 1iuh jou Itaven't a joitttg man'" llridgtt "'How In tho iiume of ,' ho began, noi&o nnd general hurrah, that mark Tiik new Christian church at ' J il Jltlr. "pit, nu, niuiii; he'a niutl)WJ: imrvltflilrte,! j uiiiiirjcllim ajcfliiucrii I Jiutsiiddenly. cnt.lt. EhorL- -J IHold on a dndic-itoa aw days . I ' mi. MlLf..UuNwn , t I. "Mtl"p1aTlVilWriT jooi j ii races, itnuu u.iu game ' inu iii u iwiiiKitn,7 ue nan mane a iroin tne at. Lawrence to .viexl nnd been sued for sviI.i..K,i,ii,,,m, called fast.- -fLL fii,00) by William .Uiliisou lilvk. upon the common; n boat race upon the noose In the end of a piece of ropo t lint from Alaska to the Eouthernitvst tip Wulsh at Lexington. It is alleged t river, nml thou balloon ascen- was lying in tho car, uutl had passed it of the riorida coast. that Sharp misappropriated that THE MARKETS. dovv n, noose end first, through the sion. Ono day, ono object, one spirit ono amount In bonds while ho was city bottom of tho basket. "It wnsabout two o'clock In the afterhope, ono glory, nnd to make the most solicitor. ClMl.ifTI. Juris .9 " 'Put ono foot into the loop,' he of this day, to fill it S ri ii 3 l noon that the crowd begun to gather Wkstkiix ICkmtuckv was swopt by J.IVP. S1t)C brimful of life, 1 10 ft I to Seltct the big balloon that ivastilovvly called out, 'and I will He the other end light, good cheer nnd n good tlmcjen-ernll- y wind and hall tho other day, and tho t'ALVi: lulcher. iiiouud ulr to eovu light ?i being filled with hot air. Such balloons of the rope here, lo support your :w tllM should be the purpose of rcry storm's work Is overywhero manifest. a io . 3 tl Allied pickers will take the strain olt r up only a slii or so, and weight. That I.IkIH 3 ot n 3 to citizen vvltooalls In Henderson county the damage to SHKKl'-Caoi- sblpijer laud not far awny fiom Ihe point w hero jour hands till 1 can get you Into (ho tills beautiful country his home. 2 71 U 3 13 corn ana vvnunt is many thousand dol- - I.AMns-Srrl- ce ntr b 1) i V the go up, unless thu wind Is blowing car.' And it Is a day for powder nml anno iu. ijruwiiuna trees were up- H.OUI- I- Winter finilr. . . 3 IS it ' red . . "It was a great relief lo hnvo the hunt litis vmih one of Hie largest pf w mi, n, bonfire, crackers nnd torpedoes rooted. Tho storru will causa a big h& No 3 reil 7a the hot ulr balloons Ihcu in use, and it strain of my weight tnkcuoiTmr hands nnd small bojs nnd games nnd uproar- dlJTcrcnco Jn this year's Kentucky 3 U I0!i I'oruNa 2 mixed .. . . With one foot In tl.c loop 1 ious fun; n day for long strolls through wheat crop. Oils-N- o. took some little lo fill It from the mouth and feet. t 21 lire No. : U H iilTuir that set above u could hang on very comfortably. Hut quiet meadows nnd along shady ol nit oven-liklUltTI.KTT.t, HAY Prime Wio r.v hoe; ton, assigned SKinRHCIIT, of Loxlllg- - l'KOVISIONS-Mo- to choicepork..., ss (l( HU trench, In which u big lire was snap- then n serious question arose. How was n day for soldiery, nnd n day for ttriil tho other morning to I.inl l'llma stoatit (3 70h V. !artltt. Their ping and roaring, fed by pitch wood nnd I to get Into tho basket? An attempt mejit.'ond In Its honor.let us burDpow-U ' 1'red. tho fjouth Ilro&dvvay assets Co., IIUTTKH-Cbol- coto cnolcotlilry to climb up over tho side might upset dcr nnd blow horns nnd make the creamery . oil soaked band stuves. rrlme i Wi Coal very U 3 0i that frnl! nltalr. w ux lying colled upon cloud vibrato with tho fefiex scion of vulued at ?000, Liabilities unknown. AI'l'Li:Sler Ubl Per bill "The drug-ropPOTATOKb-Ne- w us : w "'Walt u minute,' called out the aero our patriotic enjhusinsm. X, t r.e',1-- ? J. XV. I'ki.i., has been appointed a the ground, nud the balloon wns held NLW YOKIC down liy slout topes curried out on ull uailt. 'I'll cut out two of tho libs of the clerk io the englnoor's ofllco at Louis- ri.OUU Winter patent .. ... i n O 70 . QUA W banket, right here in the bottom, and hat No I llorltl n. sides ville. No.: red One Wit)- Out of It, "As he huge alTalr got larger nnd then, by springing the next one on each guilxid At Louisville, Thomas Jenkins, n COUN-.N- o .,! ll"i He sighed wearily. larger and begun to tug vigorously ou sldo back n Utile, I guess jou can crawl cigar maker, shot and killed tho l'OFIK Naw uiess Zh it, 8 74 "It' no pse," ho snld, "I fcor 1 cih othct mornhigwas his homo. by up through," and this was done a mothe ropes, we bo)s who were looking on ern at li ii i S3 William no longer keep the wolf from theaioi. gul more and more excited, and when ment later. CHIC.VliO. shooting is said to have "un, wcii,- - sue repueu, ciieeril I "iV Qulnn."fiio jealousy. Otilnn mudu I was glad when I they began to get the basket icntly to "I cm tell jou patents been duo to hi PIll'K-Wint- er as it migiit be. i II (lei t S rod.... Listen under tho balloon, we had found myself sitting hi the bottom of not 'O uml eseapoafler tho shooting and Is still at ISo. 2 (hlcaco aprllig cook answer tuo ucn, niui n tlik rnnTt Inrutf, with rOUN-Naeiowded up pretty close to the great the basket resting. , llttlo prospect of being OA'IS ? No 8 nvv'aj-why, let lwln (,ai .. swaying ujr ship "'How long lins It been since wo left frlglUen him cairfht nt preiunt. l'OIIK .Men ... tier. cni i'". oilYr 'j (juuu "'Now, bojs, keep back,' said the the ground V asked. or homeless animals LAItll-hieu vuujyu:Uj rO'' I. jA, .siiKi.TF.it Wil, llliil i him DUIV 1IALTIM0UK nerouuiit, ns he nine Into the elicle to "The aeronaut looked at his r atch. been ppencd In Lexington nt Jvu. PLpuit-Fam- lly place her." Uilcngo Post, i 0) a t to make everything iciidj, 'keep back, or "'Just five minutes, he said. 1303 'Wicst.bhort strcefplii charm of UHAIK.. Wheat-N- o. 2. U 72 some of ,oii will get hull, wlili this basI .tl A "A good deal can happen In five minI'M Lorn Milled fill rl hu mail the noted vNuvv29 4B um, SJ)i Outs-- No 3 wUlta , . ket (brushing about licit;' for 2)t ia 20 this utes. Mrs- - draco (j? Dajelp. Thu huij'vfaj Alother-ln-LnvWlyvThat's, Ills 31l W niy companion, matter? ' You looh as gloorriy an a time thu basket hud been fustcned on "T hot," continued POKK Mess .. .7. te , uia t and tho balloon vvus tilled out neatly "was the way I came to bnun aeronaut.' moon iiv'a fog. 0 (is by tho tlmo Utr fliti faruntl wnuiiiiTr ltV (.A'ni.H..nrtiiuai;ty ti f r uj u i iu i lull. dfflinflriiejits IT. h.n "I'he olTair created n great sensation, ,uu nu i"JH.us ' lllll.l.f II. .1 nrj a will ivevKUu-iiaj- i 1..t ..s.ujieu . INDIANAPOI.IS, Che bnlloonlst threw Into the basket nnd I was talked about fur and wide. Wi'ii. rnis; ieto t&idc 'rasncnyeArsuor r toliissnl nssr-2 .. ., ;torse",'1tb. --t,?T;i seveml bundles of clrculiirH'v. hlch he The owner of the hot-ai- r bulloon wns . law ,., t'orn no .' lulled iiesi,vyon nri ills flioiii,er-ni-iiajuUud..... .. , vviti going to throw out, handful liy iircvstl enough to see that (here wu.s lame. LtJks. MvjfXKilV 'uurtttHul V 1 . frfiittttvir.r.i.' handful, ns he ruse through the ulr, the money to be iitiidc out of so much rii'o .rf agci...' Jl. ll. ....-I- . s... '"WV'10'! V.r.t. T.rC ' il"-'s'"iJwnil nt Tiinr' IrlhK, A, si,. piiipilcloisof viirlotissiorLsiii the town iidterlihlng. nnd he innile inc,ii HandJ .,frinrn tvniter tiatent .. .... 3 rj n oo , . ... tarn hlivlng laken lids then original method some olfer to iliuke thouseedsUiiiH vvllli ftjnjutienien'.i imiiwiGiwd ,.r .li... ..ti.Mii,!.. H...I.. ..t t..,. n.,.i 9 lll.lwtMl)ij .... II VIIVllllll. Ml"! hint, iiud'l promptly tifcepledlh offer. flto'llwne chili uteUj Inftijy new Wmestsuccctaficl I wn dodgers. greatly Interested ,! Ol 1.. "iultn uow ready,, 'i lip, hot work, aud graduallyfcegua l "tvcrytUJjis .. " the &, Meadows. ha following is the schedulo ot tho entneky fairs for this year: Lancis- r, JUly 10, two days; Versailles, July 0. four davs: I'lchraond. Julv so. four ays', Danville August 3. four davs: 31. Susan eoaeli-1,...,,tswr,' T man hi a injii-- . la "white 'with lovcJv liouoi' moment i.T moth ami iu irteiia wereeincTK ji i I he lesa energy - nwn Ms, titr easier I, -i ...mi. .. .it, i.i ,ir,r,i Home men Hilnk titer arc giKxl In ihelr "lu .tlliliioii). -- .UrbUuil (Mvlx. vsivni if they build the life" In the morning. brusrim f .;,!t oidmtly just trnn.aet.! - ni. ..r of v lien tins kplemiKt j Washlngteu Democrat. rJ;luinrr. nt spoil the aftpearsnee "v.li Vatf .t ttsl tin- - r 'Mi' n rsi)miiie ofAn old pair lbi'. thoes . an) tvoiiunr-Ateh1ioiill"Hi ', I vi .It wo Was the i" ' 'Why' 'an , Hvery once in ' swere 1 Hill, II have vhsura.r! 'Hiey turneil ! UnUild wraJth. I thing well known to nudvi lint parent anhlh tho statement U are Utter to ttiefrglrU to die ill, sun a u ' 1 have than to htr loya.- - Atllnw.tl UlvlxN the tax atxiwr." over tin ' Mcbtutiuns of Msrru Aurrhu' in tcttnh "I some in. re profound rrllevtmn upon the lueipMlitv of our lot un tin ant-h- i up of ours. And in vtn. Iondon News. tb rnimriti fihftiuMi maroon jwo vion j...... .i ......li, f.,.il '''1 lr Imflits.' " Yr- - ejm ie Abju; oVen6v'er a nun's luinel beirins to she never does'nny for Clneairo Itnwnl lTullu:r uf it is a iisisineut Dtfuorrat. Crd - T7- - mlfThotairM Ifarjlr any f )ilil tiV lie nf tin liu.tsii.l ftmn tV.ii i.i.,.Vwv... t ... ii.. vivtiln n. rtnIi tihoul thi'tr nir IflMiia. that fliFV .,.:... IVmo tali't listen to ...,.. -- ' i t,i- craL - - - - (t r dcahiig.-Waih!iu;t, M lll jut y mmm" VM tt - fc I Scoff and Cough. Tho man who ocoffa nt tho fnondly ndvico, to "tnko Bomothluff for that cough," will kooti on cotvhlntr until ho chnngOH hla mind or chnngoa his oiirthly rosidonco. A gront mnuy ecoffera hnvo boon convortotl by tho uao of tho utnndnrd cough roniody of tho pnat hnlf Chorry Poctornl. contury.-Aye- r'a But nomo nro Hcofftnp; nnd coughing yot. Thoy whoczo with nsthmn, bark with bronchitis or roun with tho urippo. Sinaulnr, ia n't it, tho nuinbor of stubborn peoplo, who poraiat in fitnnbllnir, with lionlth nnd porhnpa lifo na tho atnko, whon thoy iniuht bo offoctunlly ctirod of couch, cold or lung troublo, by n fow doaoa of 1 C'rc-re- no-ti- e light-hearte- tWt" inter-ctft.n- 1 1 Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. If, More particulars about rectors! la Ayet's CutcbooL Lowell Msss. ftcul Irec. J C. A)tr C too live-doll- 1 psgts. v f escape-destructio- ?v. ftiitiiiw miiiaiiitiiiat)iiiaimiiiiaiiMi4aiii.aitin4iiiiii.iiti,ii',i,',t iiiriTnirg nis.nt f MV, Ute ll.U I.IWI . 2 Kj(iMgit' t.--c JtyiTwwsl?) srtjiro-rtriM- ft avar jL It ! llf SORES, BAD BLOOD SCALES, ULCERS,4., and CHRONIC SWELLINGS. wmmmmmmfmmmmtm 1 L" fiCZEMA, Ft r.ti-cn- ....i J ARE WONDER WORKERS e tho-grru- LaeaeW, . i tney i ? ... "m"m7iin. win give you iiuuu pimples and blotches. wick-cr-wur- k 1 half-hou- ivint-uen- I I - huai'th ..j .' tinruiii To TRY C ASCARETS h to like them. there teen history of Ihe .. ... Jn c;uvd by fsaJLc bn- - I the cure of any din-arpure blood. 1 hey eliminate all potsoni, builj up and enrich the blood, enabling It to make new, healthy tissue. niiDW m nrirv tv17amc mrDntirr .... tr ..... -" " U .in " PseoiocTc Knm;iii i and a I'UivX, titvlN, free Irom i tBBBBBBBBBBBBBBsi "" -- j, OKAlN--Whcat"N- j. -- n)) produced in the world to perfect and so harmless a 2 BLOOD PURIFIER, LIVER and STOMACH REGULATOR. To we ! them regularly for a little while mean " J -, j For never before has j l At':T''i::. PurA Blnfld and v aWIVVH $75 0 Perfect Health. WVBWWB V 1 sw "t.'8asB ! i.i.i.ifJ i e tyw t e Who opened that ootcie or - I l.N-- LAltU-Wcit- Rootbeer? HIRES sure. A ivoiiiidylic old folks liko to hear the children can't resist it. Jc?ffl WJcetcmXOliccKOorlsa s oo ovr Lr. vr;riu;j: Hllll UIIALN-Whsal- -Ka ThcpoppIiiRof a 'K cork from u bottle of Hires h a signal of cood health and nlra I l jrsn.ra, VlUIIr. smll uirf without itntn hrn all i l.r f Is. I'M .li lins tl..ul I p.rnlt All. nrrtl It Ailtlie f ce ikiK I's nil., llatlu. Il.ltuln. tulU'tr In. iiirlliin, IMplini., lull riiitMiiiiit t Ami itisii llrnliti tuiiive. rs'itiniiiin. Waclnuil', ll. All Illicticl trcalcJ t us fc.ulurluin. VITAPATHVIsuPERionsrsTtMoiHCHTii 1 am .. ,hvr SILOS MOW TO DUILD CO BK fL-v- 1 v HIDES Rootbeer of tha very lugredlrnls tho rstem requires. AMIng tha digestion, sooth j nn tha nerves, purifying tho blood. A temixr. nee drink for tmier- Is composed WIlllAMI MfO. , MUMsZOO, MICM. giri rtD.TBD2V'K,,rkr.ll.r.uttmr.. wont I nui. winmair. iImv unci of o r... Hntl fur book rtn.t ttml.l. sovs, n..i.,'l. ubisvs IreMtmriit Tree. UrtWrU A. K, K.-- . IIOuS-WfiM- rn.. B I l', OHAIN-Whent- -Na inins; vviiiti.Vu Ihnt llensoiHlt Mieni in iiua t.sv-- imper imi to aiivkktimkiisi' save Ihe Adverllis tt fiM ., "T" .S ." link. .uaiCSUUUU, iit iirutfl.l.. . 1000 -- '" f"r" r mmmsmixsEli&mMMim .... foa ,... .1. ivniKt. u.. in .tuin. ii- . 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