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COtJrvIB ie S. &L . iClpliaB . ? - - 1 'T8 SbE?" s1 . - viflil 41 -& ! 1J& !w5 4 ICT ' t2.',AI,?Mn Street, nexl do6r to atyHalk . - ) t , ttj QKORGE a w ej4 Srr.l I tENkdlubri rwi ' . - , KICB'OF lSUBSCIUPTIOX 81.50. af irt K,N ii A ' . Jtjw. f r lie OltlcMt NoMri . " nan : I In Western 15:jiit.ieltj'. 'SKJ $ . - 7. W rfc yilti,-- oiiiy . EED-lSoi- HrCKMAN, FULTON GOtJN'1 ' (iAS EXPLOSION. A Lamp UiMir (."a at llie Crllat Tliree llciutes .sluitte'ietl A errant ilil 1j liifj uml OlSitr leroii Iiijiuril. KWJKYrPRlDA DECEMBER n?i885 II "v0!tr V: ft Ji athbitV. i" d odijnij Horror at the New Oroton n Another ! -- tFEIGHTFUL ACCIDENT.' Aqueduct. V - . A) . TERRIBLE? TB AGffl)Y Koutb r IN iAui :OJ, a se SiQTnnd almost instautl UUcJ'at 10 oO rir-iu.li, Pv Ut omber I Tlusafter-ncoi- i olclcck Kni io Gi 'ffm a domestic in the em bj a" negrt rough, William Courtney, who was u1uilf shot ploy of Mih J Mtihan, on Giant stieet, and instantly killed a mimit liter, by staited to the cellar for coal, taking with F?gwson Courtney and her a lighted lamp At the cellar door the -- Mcuurrr's Ookxer, 'VixcnE5TnR"CorxTv,, Tete Polk7c513r7drwrrrrirnfinl!hrttd- - requested was-in the t IP-lT-Daiber T Another accident is ci b ai .Minn aim lYaloot su eeis itom to hold the lamp No sooner had she apedtQ tlialonj: list that has nlrSndr oo- - about a woman fmi (.omtcey itruck opened 41dooi than uatuial gut, iuhed Hearing'thorowLidureEant Harfini. who OUt. Slidthens at the rbrks of linnlnl fliim t)in lnmn',.. r mos mnxingruisyound, rushed iBftf"-eretThe latest occurred earlv thi-Courtney jmlleil his reralVcs and rPhipps hands A ten ific explosion en t inojinng-aShaft No.andesultcd in thel gfimlf && jased. sued, tolioued in quick successions bv ex- m1 the adjoiniug cellars of "J J, death of four men and the probable fatal tarouguat.iinuTber.first the frond the' shouMer7 and 'lanneiy'r, lierj stabkh and undeitakmg fe giajurj-- of the fifth. Theme n wera descend-ueket- s ithrough the back of the head "Ok qfficei houis Favilln, fruit denier the wall and Courfnej fircH rooms and the thu-S 5nc tofoikiB'oheo'ftDeli used for Ifell againsthis back, uiecking building" a shot into which d lworin-thentboucb is a mx inch mam of uatuial gas There Uow n tha.fihaft- - Tln vtnrf i his heart and killed him. Courtnei men running tvaj made all nplit. hnt1ufm !. ).i- but no ran out ecapebut on seeing Cfficer along Grant street, square connection uithy ,liad deicended many, feet the vrot-- beam or Fergu,on tocoming; the houses, on that Thegaspioba-bl' l'uuning t6 Kara the Is calfed by the miners, us,ed 'billyj" escaped from the main and found its. n t a.tndy tbe bucket, caught in the shaft caiie of tho shooting, hoojeued fire. dodged, nnd befoio the negro could way to the cellars. The noise of the explond remaiued. fast imtil'tbe bucVefc-Ifcu-J sion hm heard tfor squares im), and reached the bottom of tbj.shirt, when c63!Mrif rovvlvcrltat Courtuey though tho Sheets of v. Hndmg it shook looe and came crashing dowif a" .the head, killingj Jiimlof agj. ' He w"s Cap- - flames bingreateatr excitement doors and - ears instautl t from the window was al out fiftjli:tance of over a hundred feet, on the ides of the wrecked house? Horn within uio oeconu uum evirate iiantr, . uuiuiiuubw men. J.ne - lolkm inc- vni In luui oibelonged to the ceJyuatfr.Qrphnii were tieaid the scieam - offrrjiod which . r n t sctw cja l19iisSavei Trr. VPHURHBaMuui;i btj- - - .been'pnn. rit,3l ' :VaXh w.i v"oi rr?i.-t-i '"-- r."ivnuinn(ir.?ii son. FOr twenty years hftnSS -- "" v '""""R"' .l fire Into 'Mrs. i"v' ofzLYorktire, England. Jleehan's house, where n tenible .siirht npftt'il with tho nnlli. rrr of I.,n;:it., larrieu, JeaTesaaifeandfamilv. Patrick met thefcare sProno upon the floor with alorau, marrieiL John JJoafibnSn, Ihe haymg served As ntr5SoaB.Lielitcimnfs every vctige of clothing burned from otuei; unfortunate limn, win probably die popular, brave iieKhody. was' lying Katie Oriffm bleedand efficient offieer When the cros, beam Vf his injuries, ing from a deep gash in her side, near her he vas. Vuoekl was Mr? Phipp wrapped in flames Both e l?r , tl,e ,V"Cket, "eceut, leu ou.( THE MORMON TROUBLE. Ulb women were picked up and carried from 't siitiig ruusiiruciea near -- the burning building. It the om and the sitlcof the shafts This inbot- One IUtry or Artillery Ordered to Ion Katie Guftiii was burned was found that beyond hopes of all l.'iipasluew of the War Douglass .... Jiybabilitybaved hini frvminftantlcath. retovery Sho was lemoved" to the Homeopathic Hospital, wbero shejs now lying He"vAn?i''c,"as jn Mate, bnttoflVevived,enyush.tobeible to "Uiiconsciousji Mr. Phipps was severely " WAKirxGTtMcf DepemberbugTbe War De -.hu utnednbut her ' pealij nirt of hi not lniuries arn.nnr as yet been ateoitoincd Injurie? hasmen partment has recently reeeiyeu sueu re fatal On the upper flooi of Mis Meehan s The dead VJS-ojvf s)iocfclng .0Kht Three poitsfiom its officials in Utah reganlmg aiui eiiiiiirenin have their heads crushed out of cf them the very unoettled con"'Iitronof n'Tfairs Tn KlniineiN ..Mm Flanueri nnd two babies and all sem tilauce of hi'imviitv nnJ hnt fnr .. in Favilla s Mis Fa ilia and nephew J E. of, the enoat that Territory, Cme ThefiiJ 'iviuinK.ncirTecosnit jn would be wtiollv forcement of the pt)w ing fatrs agaiit polygamy, ivere rescued spiendso rnpuIU that thej "!JilSsihl".Th'sraak total of -- ight as fwith ''iff iculty, but all wtie cause some uneasuses but no finallv takon out uninjured except Mrs. to ?JE4.n!ft'fKub'ftMbe I'flled at tIM works I'aMlltt mid voting Qise, who, weie quite alarm iThe'Jitcentf ShootffeK.c Mor MSrslial crtateda great Isortousiy hmtliy falling debus Mean- mou b deal of excitement among the Mormons, wnue tne names gainedtuch headwav that aiidpwpijffirioiPw-ajelaia-t Salt the three tvty brnk. building was" comAii.ikiu.C.-sJ)vwlnicti, in a Xeu York Lake that there wSiild be an upilSmg pletely destroyed. Tho otherbouses w ere among them A battervoi annier was not tiitnel urnpd but so badly wrecked ramlf- lyiio Ate UIcaI.tyjc. Ui juleied IfroralOeaba TQ' 'Port ,bv the qynvussjon that it will probably be lTeent NEnYeRKDc'chntrr f.-- oK Nov ;mlKr Don lnpVliich fi? situtteSsalew nujes ln'ct ss.1l v fulmii HiAmiilnun Tli l.wtf In . i UIIAIIAI. This moveniPiit, Salt Lake srwV " f ""Y'f e, anSCU siioemaker, fromever was City. ..tpavtiyuiarlv'v on "property will iWch to about $30 000 Tthti'c1ty;iifijil'W?wiife, paity in how not ' r of PECULIAR AILMENT. tif. a. ' married account I r 'wW'J...- -l i(.uciiuu 0"H uut uircil 111 jaucuier. j.MaLiifi.1 T.?,wJnn TTa,.a .T.Ti-v"..,.- ""r JLiKhUcn l..Ilin UAa -- present f h .Milky I'luiil, JJraxiii, in. ina Unities these tlftfr "other clnldrun.JI iipWttiur3uitT3qagIassec.iijLot;iiill inifs rjf--i iijJi l'roni . i Jinn's stomach. Orcar, aged twenty William. a'sreilJ thir nnentoi liuaniryauua oatiery oi artiiifr, iCiticvT.o, Deccmbei 4. Dr. Jaine.-- M. teen, Emma, aged twenty-threaiisuudexainimaudoLfiaieralIcCook Bertha titWeii?Lttrhanthe tHutcUuisoii, tao of the surgeons of the t, cs ......,j-uiiuiu .nueiia, j ageu Inh"6vehtof troops in Department of the Platte, Among the. other consisting theabout 3,000 men. could be con Cook ( ountv Hospital, last Tuesday per?'!;enteJ1 of Maignj-e- t P.erte centruted at Fort Douglass in vorj few formed a pei uhai suigical operation.which A. fL una . jwre b'jsban.rwniram. John Law son. he thusdcsciihes A joung man of thirty-fiv- e serious husband of Matilda, and his friend Hoses hones Xo by armytrouble, how ever, is i jems was taken to his moiaer's home ehended officials. thfttfiailes-iMwTnnJersick in a peculiar way I w as called to fee - " jl!?inJ0,J;.Am0oS ofvhfch was ctfli.umed. J'ione'hafmT'a11 him He had led the rapid life of a bachesome eating heaitilr some spanngl, and BLOODY BALLOTa lor who seldom goes home, and he had a. others not nJiU S.iu-- then those vita ate fat, pouchy stomach on hiiu ,l,tuado mucn or the Half co iked pork havt$ been Itlots ln"Eli5tanfl' Over the Election Cnn- - an incision and diew off three guartx of taken ver" Jtvciely ill, with all the sytua Hitite'Itf!tfn toDfath milky white fluid I iould not account for -J0.0'"1 tiicjuiu)4is. thasQ whoate little ' Lffm.jv rjeWmber 4 TbeJ excitement it f could find no liuht in medical liteia- 4 IeS,teTCllIy. aftd rf,.I Imr.. caued.bf elactibn is 'uirejt 1 kept, tnpptngtluiii and in twenty- scapedt-qlief t s3"lniroml tleyef.iped on trftti!AnrTnnn5Vm,nMilal on tngineen gallons ot the from kexcitejr seven oavs urewHe was diopsteal, but why .utu-jjujiviMiwiug, in ine case ?rflit ) reported stiange fluid nulkv white I could not tell , mjXifJ and coiitiiiue Jt."s h - Lrajin!Sfaufetl thi fluid was p3ins, anil is una hie U,UiliG&y&ieLthViril,ir flfAiSlaSrrlCfaarlev. I decided ujion an investigation, and on in , , f j move liaad or foot Th jn. nTt d.f mi- uuraita lory canumaie against rtaroii Ttirsdav I maile an, incision in the abdo-, fact' "misbarir came down m, the Koths' U d, in the Aylesbcty Division of men I drained-- " linn ouP and made an same w3 On Monday tho son Bucks, bes dvmg at a local hotel from in opening six uuht-.- in length laving the inllilfiTI WHS nltnMrr.! ;,.,v ." .""-.- "? i;."!- - .nm?U & f..l lanes received at the hands of the mob .icacLt-sLi- bale They looked natural, but Itestines iui wiin.iin r M A.lnvnlialJA.l.FL aftcijtviiy.ex. aiyl found a maW ligunnt ore, 'a neei ousl suoulii sav. lhenl M went for his spleen and found it trf'"s JE T11V1 re men "lo-iaynau-afsr j have been injured at Worthing where adhering to the abdominal alls But this - 5?ve",VP unable ta goB6at except tberp"8TIcewe"re stfineiETPtftVi casualties did not account &r the milky color of the Irs. jVeitzeljuidJH-tha- , who are still very :essiui. secretions, and I tiaced up the lacteal duct, weak. Outsirfedfllo family v Mrs. Pierco vein, black which empties into left i unable to move, and John Lawon and The fluid, instead of eS?Drt 6f mid found a tuiiture his wife were both attacked. The litter sixty poll, emeu liattllnsr their wav to tho going to nouiish tho body, hail been going ' " -- is better, hutftbe fotmer Is--' suffering m-- - station did he escape bemg thrown into the to color the matter in the abdominal cavi-t- . suerhCT besmn Ttver. t wa fcati.f.od. I closed up the open. last iaturdav. Tho Health Hmnrlnwnt ing in the duct washed the man out, t i rtook the case" in hand Unfortuhim, stitched up the opening, but COSTLY CARELESSNESS. nately n a scrap of the bam can be found left a vent tulc and the man will get w ell." lor anaJyMs. Three lmfn Serloulr Ilurtaudl 5I1I1 Wrefcfceil ly iilJol!ers Kirploslon. The Debt StalemenL y NO-- GAS, NO SUPPER. -, IV'inceSxbs. Ind; DecembSiC A terrific Wasiii-i.io-D. C, December 2. The explosiou occurred at Eaton & Parks' following is a lecapitulntiou of the debt " Many ,'JVopl. in tnp Towns flounug-mil- l last night aout five o'clock, statement issued Go to Y.fA to Keep Warm. at Sullivan, twenty-fiv- e miles Interest hearing debt Pa ' Decomb?- r- 7 -- iFrom this city, in which three persons north of Ilomls at ', per cent K 00 5 were I orieTi'cloek ycsleilayafteniobn-unti7J7.74iK7) TO ten ously injured Charles Parks, badly seri- Bonds at j er cent. cut IIoikI- - at 3 pei cent --5" towns..ofBeaer about rUun head, by T, flyrjg hricks KefuUiiistcertiucatesat 4 perct lU.r) MM CO 2.1.7V) Fills and New Brighton werecut off en- - Michaer-Ambrocut iabmit .tpeh'ead K.OjO.OW) Fund atS perctand injured internally, Jed Katon, leg and Navy Pensionbonds at C per ct -. C4.633.5I2 00 Uielyfio.iu.naXurdlgas to "mnke connec 00 racillc It. It. side biuised. The null is badlv mwlci The-- ; ll,9DS. ts ''V b$i IwCbesUr mams tTi Ios aliTWimirig irrthencigkborhood ., ...Sl.lXO.T.S.til-00 ol Principal weatner wns n:ifilely tola, and much $3 000. . Ihe firm was dome a sood busi Interest suffering ai.d ivoimvpiiiriir ll.S53.0:?31. wjiiit to bctLto keen warm. . ness The explosion was caused by iiany Januliea 51 lotal boiler iv at?" empty; aud the or to their ncigMbois w ho still used the Debt on which Interest has J engineer an inexp"erienccd boy ot not over No stippere could , ceased. smco maturity- J eTghteen years xif'age" Prfncipal using coal ,did a I3.f.105 28 land office business ,. ' '17,035 TC llotel guests abaninterest Big Fire at Indianapolis. doned the hotels, and churches heldViut ,,.,;.. Total 3.7S6.H1 02 IXDiASAroLis, December-- . Otw'otthe ,v.i"- a evenimr ?crvin Afniinf,.ii.r-.- nml ..ri.. .V. jj incut, turn had to .ts ucui ucuriiig no iniercsi ilmt iinnn j tji- - r Old dem'd legal tender u'i 00 &Lrl7..psM.0t 00 Certificate of deposit 103,S54,b93 00 Gold certificates. .: on- ,entt"ely , the cooling of pot and kilns. aetreyingtbe? Ihjseed oil-t- Silver certificates At 10 o'clock .. WWe.M.: 00 & of gas was turned on and many got'out of thb.kJurin.tbocity, The mills Krao'al currency,or ilestrojcd bed w cook,kuupex, Vi l1"?1 of 6,959,7:4 82 estimated lost J; JiU obtained nbWt tOO.OUObnhelSof fluwt cr J25.000 gallons , pl;Oil ariua coiihiderable Prineinal-.- i. ...... . 5e.M0.1l4 03 RETURNED FROM CANADlu; vl,KIl,hri7.833 18 Total debt, b&v..jn.(.ii.. thi iuivuituii.tbe"wt?st."causiiiff uicpzi vn .Interest. pi inclpal frmn - .Wj2I0,124 27 Tlie Deraunln"TellPr o! the Jlanrffnld "btrrii vvitb 'trreat11Tercencai. and for tirtrta tins .. . Total . , 'r sn.fcftr:, there was great daugerbf th"e fJaulesspread- .f.t-- - lD( "" Turns ...Vp.. JOlt,000 AVortH Laug to adjoining iropeity, m which i.tss ensh items ava!lallo lor "nil-''i5 reduction or the debt M sfsFiri.l). O.. fkWHllll.prT Tninl.TTAs. U event a gitat. conflagration would have Lens reserve held for ledemp- " ana siniiiui work on Hon of Cnited States note?. ionoweu lOO.OuO.OOO 00 dowztch, defaiiltiijgtellerof theFatmeiV thecal t of the firemenWvcralfotishom rvational bank, who returned from Canada, wei-- slightly lrjured, the flames weie conV Total $ the .bad to .show .thei a'? iwj'trmisused qua.nutids of thebankaoficials- fined to Ihe building in vvluch they.origi-natt- Total debt less available U14.4T3,.'W1 ) burldmgMintnmea 'allthe mav ittms ...ZJ.. . lTA bnnkJs euriCl.JOO.jyc 34 cbinery used in manufacturing linseed oil Nctch1nTreaiury jrlcs'jWereiildde'iv Be torilr diemTast Sight The i 3 $$a i?'JO,000. was totally buihlingjvnlued at s gK ia tbdrs,' Jjeacatfc H wnfldation of ilestioyed 'TTTe macbliiery woilh""45.(i00. Debt, icss cash in Treasury, Devbii'liwere found two tin bbxe, contain-m. ?1.452,344,7Cfl M cember 1. lf'S upwards of $KO.0U0 worth of papers and ;is dajnageil to the extent of Sik.OQO. and the Debt lcs cash in Treasury flnxseedTi j nearly altotal loAv.Snakihg the iKHKls. . , "November 1. ImS lie then directed them to a vaults entije i $1.44T,7.'i6S 09 lof noleS than 150'OOJ. TJiS , Inclfla or behlndhjijbankand from that they fished sriiance aggregule710'2..7X). debt dur.njr the' out papers amounting in value to ?200,000 J4.(;s7,lP8 47 month & 3? K. Cash lu Treasure, avaiiabh; r ' I JEiiBraYiiitr and PrJntia Rpojrlf 1 OL3 EXPENSES INCREASING. P W.ftiflNOToS, December'62--TBeariu"iafor rcductipn otftho debt Gpld held for jmV' .citlllcateji l j.Kr actiialh otitsliuidiiifr " " JI0.1634.09-I0Csl.oiates Agcrcfiratlnjr Over rlffy Million report of Mr Graves, Chief of the Bureau Silver held for silver tertlrt In KxcesK orThU Year' Appropriation. of Engraving and Printing, thorr that , cites actuallv outstanding ,702.64i CO VAinisoTojf. December 7. The Secre- - theie, were finished and delivered duiftKr rnttetl State note" torcertificates of depo't nctualtai , of tlitjaTrensury tolay transjiiitted, TiMS; wai'.vj5a thrfiKJ-S?.If- 1 ly outatauduur l"AV,tC0 00 Ca-- h r.T7at.irt-J,ftimtoCongiess the" estimi Ues of hold tor- - matured debt jCP'RCo-jQca- r ?.i.' ud iutcrestjunpaid ,J. J. i 1,039129 tiom tequired for the fiscal xiar ' Rnd'ctistoaimtaiHPsitoiittHiinE i5!m.fiCn i inuMuiiAfviii iciaj j A., tfcUUiUg. June- - 30.. !1S87. Tbd total stamps and drafts, checks, certificate?, Bsougt tbtiinjited as) 3 for all ex-- licenses nnd other similar woikamniiniitidTotal available for reduc-tjon MUrdf tbuoverilmiiBUis ?S3a&S9,5.V2, to 7GW'1Iets;Wiire total axpensii'gf t.9 ij JteJcrve or the debt .J . $ 331.4!,594 55 " fund which is l5.G7b.lf3 more than thf hum Bureau during th year were 4305,i6f Held for redemption or United called for in tho estimates submltwdloit vV a. TT v fctates .notes, nets of .innunrr . . ... jc 4w:.S3. YJJZ--ywiTTina wi,OT,iflJTnore man tnejnggre- - iwuity uurpwj IDUVBin .... 1, ioc pale appropriations for the presentj Iiscal .KvNSVlLLK. knur Decemher fi ". 'cj, juij- for reduction or ?iw,tje.ij 00 At Hen unavailable ln.. the debt: 3rson this Hagerty Fiactlonal silver coin je7,KM, 44 an estimable j onng ladycalledonafricnd Burning of.theCily of Bayou Sara.. Jlmorcoin. 610,171 38 While stCTlBlnirrriPartrirfi fFs.nlB.A lmr Caiko, "Ili., December 0 The Anchor Jclbjhes biiVst jplifo ayike.r6he Total S.5J6,4a) 78 .!., lost all Harajburned'trr presence bT ihtnd and ruslied into the vanl. Certificates- held as cash S J66.737.432 CO Citv.ofllRj-oline a Net cash balance on hand, ..... ... 61 930,595 34 wberelho-Qame;$ . . the .water's edgo aUlfew Madrid this- mont-- : jtre ivigorously fanned 'I wina Blowing, "and the unfor ' itur. The firo was first discovered in th Jotal cash In Treasury as a t" - to;3. and oOIl enveloped tho whole boat. tunate gin was ourneu to a crisp before shown by Treasurer's gen" bcrandpved. .She lived but Bhehaa about tweuty passengers, iuoiud- -' eral account J 466,657,102 67 g scvern i lames, who tarely,but an;ht)ur, stiffenngdntensely. lost eriry thing. The boat had about A Wholesale Jail Delivery. - Over a million ..eijjhteen.huudied tons ou boariL. She was People Berlin. PiTTiirBOU, December 4. Sixteen prisbuilt at Jeffenonville for the Anchor line, Beklik. December?.' A'eeni of th oners broke out of Beayerjail'last night. and made her first trip in June. lgsl she .CijpUcdDejCgmertbowaa popu The 'escapade' happened ' just about the time of the robbery of the Freedom. bank.- Terrible Gale on the Lake3. M,,jJ .'ThttsArmltttetVProliaged. Killed by a Runaway Team." CjKdioqVDeceinWr.7 The frightful gh! rtCtrNSTAMTrNOPM!, Decembir A disKnxosHt, Wis December 4 This mornthat swept the lakes Friday night, was fol- - patch to the Porte from Prince Alexander ing Wm. Kolfing aged sixty-thre-e years, owea yestcruay by anotnerOl Tilmost nnnounce-tbat-tbarmistice hns. been thirty of this fMMlSM!aBce..wbiclL.waic kiiUr Famine-lJanuary" 13 The Poite- bas and for over his son j enuut.icsjdcnt thiitv- county, aud Charles, aced moraing. Fears w ere entertained lor the withdrawn its- - delegates from Houmelia. Wuety of ever vessel known to have beciulJaud announced its intention of sending a Ltwoears, weie botbj.illed by the running .iii-i- i jn.iiii, nuiu ituicii iney were eaugbfrputabe atomi, and it is generally Commissioner Philippojig nd asks tne' working itf a field. Ihe dead bodies were Predicted that many disasters will ! Prtwers to .innnintrtlVfilJKfVi vlXUXJ3 vi discovered by a tramp. """ ;!?; i ay jinj J .s ,. Uyst-fi0.?- , ht 3H.M?1 IT 4f)m;Aiej, Bralas Datlie J Qut by a i:alltne iiu'jrr Another Seriously Injnrl. . Httrdi"!?- ?rur.W tleutcnant. ami U In Tiir nWdl Louisvittn, Ky, December - .,llnv 3",cr Jsnitet Nuturjl Secoud Lieutenant of ftUce, was eral lfl?rB ;etntTd - L t e pa-e- ait Fur-guso- st cie-ate- d -- - --' ftf 7 . esn nfaiinlaaafti !h it' A'crmalel side of our own territoryvwhea couyloa with oVernnfept-Bulihcf-absolute and unlimited engagements to de- power tot ire. A 17. S. Detect He's Opinion of the SI"1 Wt, exnres restrictive fend the territorial integrity of the State Itsjts ejiwsp In Salt Lake CltJ T words to i&!2! iTmecdS iadthe rcoufre- -" where such interest lie. Nnw Yohk, December 7 S II Gilseu, While tho general project of conntcting.' eentsoftlftfWiOclfare. the two oceans by means of canals is to bo Upon ttflHrtfJe.the autbonty to "coin Salt Lake City, who was emploj ed as a de encouraged, I am of opinion that any mouey''-jrly5"j4F"f?S8 b' tnc Contitu-tionlf- lt tectivofor many jears by the U S Go- r-pertSl"?1-"1"- " scheme to that end .to be "considered with by ssidont Cleveland Lays BoForo fHvor should be free from tho features alcolnajff, any ernment m ferreting out Mornlou crim- ft: eminent of buhw forpurchase in,fl event, . uiu luded to. a cdnaee-tdoes not J"ftt'' ..i... iil...... .. nu a repot.. ler ... .i ixl .i... r.ft. Ha Congress tho Needs of the lunsiii TheTehuantepe'c route lso'eolared by enait extcJSiboM.tbe amount needed for Avenue llotel, in regard to tho prescatt gineers Of the Highest repute and Ky tJOBip'-tesuUlcient rciltlag medium The dcslrt a Nation. scientist?, ttf afford au cb'tlrely practicii-bl- e tt utilize tigjU;wyroduct or the country trouble in Utah, said "I leftSalt Lake City transit tor vcssols and caryocs, by means' Should noJK1'lsusoorthepervereion tit,. nine dujs.ago, and troublo vva in tho of a ship railway from thtr Atlantic to the of this pafc-fT-:- ' , then I knew very well U S Marshal CoPacific. The obvious advantages of such d The n$mmf wTmia! !W. Miti6n to the llins whose murder was attempted and hav roiigiitouudTjkenon dill Service and route, if feasible, ov or others more recota .lux,. riitrBO 6f the nation 4 r. ".j--.-a t".- - "-w orked w ith him frequently in making ar from the axial lines of traflio between Europe 0,... sun ov tuc ", is negatived uy me IteMiinnoii Oiif.tlun-O- ur fo.int Must and the Pacific, and particularly between the fact thu Present timt-onlaboct rests. Every miico McMurrin' lister, the Valley of the Mississippi add the western nrty mm er collars so coined have be Protrctcit-N- ii wife of Uoynl B. Young, Brigham Young' more Silver Doll us r way into circuiatrort. coast of North Hnd Soiith America aro de actually adopted son. was indicted for tieriurv and iCi a,Oi,0!X) in possession of serving of consideration Having UUcucd put under a ?:?,000 IkjiuI, he has been oil thdl Whntevcr highway miiv be constructed tho Gor( custody of vvbiuh has e2- ilnnf-iriin- s I sintn'ot that he.l rnmnnffn and acros the burner, dividing the two great tailed a expense ror construe-deposi- t. ahd several others meditatel a murderous n S .Against this marutliae areas or the w rid must be for tne tion of .... A...1 Ut'lUlU I IUII. ...lv.Sf.wl ntt.nl Oil f f.vll.... U1111 I.aa.. T inf. UUM35U '' J &. world's; benefit, a trust for mankind, to bo re are outstacdimf sliver 1V.UV.J UUIUS, lnttor aia , . . . moved from the chance of domination by cetica --The mj to about $ O.OUSkOTO. , the latter to be prepared and shoot them li AaUIXOTON, r v., r u. weccmuer a.' any suigic Kvery iniiuou. ot gold in tae jideutV Messnge was bent to Congress ivitutlon power, nor n come a point cr to uunu -- UU.UU111U is u oamu, euipiutru iu for hostilities or a prize for warlike public u iu out tor two minion" the tithing-hous- e Ho is vindictive, mean ejv minuted afujr the two Houses had as- - 'ainbltiou. An engagement combining the or more to. bo"a4aed to the and murderous like the rest The Mormons construction, ownership and operation, of idlu mav fated. If. continued anu-wa- s Wieu read His in .substance .such a work liy tills Kovernmcnt with ai o assassins but not soldiers. Their availurirt Mult 11,, IliM ' long enoM ' '; Mws able force in Snlt Lake City at a moment's defensive alliance fonu protec. suu.tiiuc Iter tor all the jMldlthe r warning will reach three thousand. This; 'mis Co.vmtK.ss or tiik tlMtm Statci.2 AKanrwrlb the foreian state whose rcsponai ' Gov erne ppucame to us. genenu 'aBi.ifuhrv.te ohiitdeil tiv'L Kivisn of nnh. 'blllt e alid rltrhtsvto "Hvliuhl share, is. in mv purpoj3 force, in case of au emergency, could conui uciiu nziy uiua mu rm.a.r?i-- ? .; . mmr..".'"i t- I fudifiueiit. intxiulaienVwlthiueh tftdicailerl.l'tsuioms ' .jiErriFvaNrfVjev'H7jrw..-iiiwriu wen eqtuppe.lt hu.tin mv ppiticJ AMONG THE MORMONS.1 HE MESSAGE. en the-gov- o io-uii- y nt -- -- tw v Xecded-OthtrTop- 1 minor dcceaS 3.745: nary rMfldent.'.' 29ru"Smd widows-that wAr.17.215J About. those who enlisted llltbO iatC as receiving pensions. exctuMtf SMS5 t Jr- ftcndmits of deceased soldiers, s Afetiv. tii or Jul v ik.'i. the number or-- i sionera km 25,n. and tho increase within the ten ytf.tr3 iexl thereafter was IW.304. While there is Ut eapendlture uf thejiuWlc funds which the peopT" more cheerruny thatmade la recognitlon-o- f the aorrlcc of our soldiers. UvUis and deiv. ,the reutlitlent underlying the subject should not be. Vitiated by the intriKiuctlon or any irauo-ulepractices. Tlierorore It is fully as Important thiitthu roll should be cleansed of ell those w ho. by fraud, have secured a place thererru asihat merltoriou claims should be speedily examined ajid adjusted. The n rorms In the methods or doing the busiucs trf this Irucrau. which have lately been in- - .. liifgnrtted. prpinisc better rcsulu. In both v- rol! ".-- " J" J nt -- ' J tithe Territory orr UiaW tbo law. of the ofptV r United biutes, passed for sunprc-'sio-nun i iuiuu lyuamy uas uctn ciiergencaiiy QUESTlO-"u these. diieeuV THE lIlttSON " I Lorenro-Dobb?n- i- ..usui-foumtos- e ? , uus-nfirguvu- A&rFWEE&VZL e - 1 - r .. Tl 1. W VL$tt$ .;?..'.. 1 clJ any-"-fea- "6 v- ' ,-- 'y ii-ji- e, - s i'? uj ap-p- Si e thn.n-uTirfSl-s- f tStrcfb-rfMofl'Ca- n-s- -, ! viWj-yJjttbj- f- ,. if - -- s WW- - M -- '"" jj 'Hu;-asiua- - " -' u u o vv sub-clavic- Moses-himo- nh, car-boliz- to-da- y t -. : to-da- y ? ""U""' ywkilastmithe , IX) se, ! .. care-lenes;jT- -- ss:: - - i"'m it.u.;i..,f(fi,... ,it sV notesi--346,738,6(- ,- - actory he !e?s'-i3,375,- -- - 'r I" -- - uy-na- " d ' i . ch 331.4-A5- .. -- g ' t. - . li-- appf-onria- j Vi' nf - - - 4 r- - evtiiTng-ftTf5Ipggl- e t . u - , -- & b' tUff-brls- k -in '' , rvices. lid: coin nleto iiiier. und devotion to everv duty, and his tier. .tl V'irtUi s will tint liiiniiinlile reennl In hisVoiuilrv's histoiv Vinplu and repeated proUb ot the otimi .ind uontldence in which be y ln'l.l liy i is fellow eountrv men were maiilrsted l. his election to oiliees Of the most Important trust and hiizhest dignity, and it, length full or cars and honors he has bcjjn l at rest amid umvcisitl sorrow ails, liciieifictiou The Constitution, which requires thn?e thosvilto legislate lor ihe people to annually mtetblthe s ilisehaire or their solemn trust, also it.knri-- tho Prcsideut to jjivo to the stati- - or the Union and lecoiliiiend to their consideration such uuasur ias ho shall deem tiecessurj and At the threshold or a uunphance w vitli tlut tonsiitutloiiKl d is well for Us tuke.tr in mind that our ustfulntss to the pcoplJV interest will he preinoled by a coiistant Ipprcei.itioii or the scope and chur-Kteroir n spictive "liities as they relate to Pcdcra lejrisltition While the PERILS OP CANADIAN TRAVEL. u rucomutiel suth mtusuro as; Executive he shall accm oxpl.licnt, the responsibility for lcuis-Uuv- e 'V Train Wrecked and ISiirned, While "test tion aedou must ami should tiose eti(ted hj tin people to make their the I'.isscnsers "Nearly Uio from Cold. Ctintciiipiauoii of the grave and reponi-b- t TonovTO. Dec?mber"7 Through passenluniUoiiH assigned to the executive bunches or tho Gov eminent under t c Wiiiuopeg-brough- t gers east from detail-- ; till disclose the paititious of power of a terrible tailway accident that hapWwceu our rcspecUvc departments and pened on Fridaj last. Upou Hearing Lud-bur- v itVln riyv'Ssary independence, and also the ot .ill Junction a rail spread, causing tho me.l foi the txerrise ("pint the power tocach In that oft omitv and tram to leave the track Atter runn Inch is to th proper ning a vhort distance the train was fiinllment of the pati lolle oliiiKHtious which rat uiiou us as ralthtul serviuns "' the pro-p!- J. tin ou n down a deep embankment, Tlio zealous wutihtuiitcss of our rhet-tovely?mgovei turned set firo to all prcat supplements Ihe cars, most of which were well filled th?rsotrrasfes, and and stnnll. tiibunal they the with passengers, mam of whom were ever public -- ervant should be asleep All of thu passengers escaped w ith julted their lives, although uiuuy were injured, t is fraiiflu to announce that the rela-tiai- " and some very seriouh." if not fntallj', ol the L'nited Mates with all burned. All the cars rolled down thet 1 and the whole train was a comto be triendly. Our plete wreck. The Imggnge and mail far rou nine c'iiturv or sin cesslul position, utter ' constitutional and one of the passenger cars were totally nei m.iintennncc orood Inith In all consumed by fire Tne passengers suc- uiu en.irfemeiits. the avoidance or complicatceeded in putting out the firo ions vvtth other n.ittmts and consistent and The, tin .the other, cars aeei- - uiacahln ntlltude toard the tioii? and happened in a rather deso- nV aliise, furnished proor or ,i political dent which renders prnfc-io- n of good late part of the country, and the passenTLeioan no .iiictioiis of gers being umMe to find a place of Miclter, wit uiinece-sii- r diSiulty pending vnth any lorclgn govcrn-luai- t. suffering crj much from cold, and men, Women and children who escaped from Hit Aia.-iiti(iovepimciit hasrc vtvedthe their sleep" in' tboir night clothe.s, wens loardonnimt question of the Falkland obliged to leuiniu sitting in the snow for an by clalimiiir trom the ( nited Mates in. hotii or rilore. the thei monieter being be- donmtj fur their los. attrilnitcd to the n low reio at the tune. Thev wero havd of the" commander of Hie sloop from 1eing fiozen by keeping near tho LfliiiKtou. iu lne.ikms up a piratical colony onlhliRe islands In ISSI. and their subsequent burning wreck till assistance arrived octiipation by (ireat llritain. In view or tlio liqilc JustlllC4.t;on for the act of lh Lexins-to- t FORTY-NINTnnd the derelict condition or the Inlands CONGRESS. btiuniaiid atter their allie.1 occupation bv r Arjentine c.doiiists. thu (lovernuieut 1 lrt Nessioii. the claliu as nhollv Kioundless Washington- - December 7 Se.vvte Tho , Qunitioii bus arisen with tae (overnnient Senate onntulzed by cluitlnjr John Sherman Of ntnlliiiisjrv touching tho represent- Piesidcut pro tempore, thp Dunocrutsv othiif I110" f tlio Uiuteil States at Wnna. lav- Tor ScnatorllflVris; or Tennessee. A commit- - Incundtrjiil ctiiistitutiuual nnroxjltivc ap- lnlel an tee was appointed to unit on the President pionuj amietUiflahle citizen or unlinpcachvd competence as uiiiiitrr at tliat and not ly him that the Senate was icadv for court the Government Austria HtinrAry business The death of Mr Hendricks wis inv ted this Covermr.entof to cognizance of announced and tho Scuato adjourned. Mot si; The IIou-- e rganizcd by eleit'M certain eiceptions, based upon allegations Mr. Carlisle Speaker, and ic electing uw x;amst the pTfoual ncceptabihty ot Mr. Kntoy, hkLiiu; that, in Kclle) tlie othei olliicrs, together with Mr. Donald- rietT tli'ie jppoiutcCupuintiUtiit should be it, the son. r Tinnece. Doorkeeper. Iu placoof U'lnlersioith. deceasrd. After nppnintlnra withdrawn. Tito such as could committee to notify the President of thocr-gu- n not be rpn.ons advanced were violation of my in ation ando drawing for seats, the Itnce oath ofiiefiu!eced the without of th Constonue Mid prtcpt took notice death of Mr. Hciidncki itution, since they necessarily involved it and adjourned. limitation mfnvorofH foicigu government upoiillu' right of selection by tho Eaccu-tivand required such an application WHAT MAKES RED SUNSETS. for of a leht'ous test as u qualification A ire.it iiiiiImt of Kssjh bent ill to Com. oRicc under llie United biutc nsvouldhavc practical dl franchise ment lesuittd iu the pete for the SiOO Prize. ' f on a larcirehiss of our citizens and the abanHociicsTEii, N Y, December y. Last donment or a vital principle or our governgovernment The January a pnze of $iai0 111 gold was offered ment. decided uot to receive Mr Kelley as finally by.U. II. Waruer, founder of tho We- the Knvoy of tho l'nited States, and that rner Observatory in this city, for tlio best Kc ntltinan has since resigned his commis-sloJoiivliu tho post vacant. 1 have made tLree thousand word esny on the rd of this sunsets of 1S.$ and lbl. Tho contest no new nomination, and the interests care of now in closed on December 1, and competitive es-- the eminent at Vicnnuarc acting the Charge as Secretary of Legation, shaver been sent in from the Fiji !.' interim landAustralia, Sandwich Islands Boh- d'ACtiircMtd Early in March last war broke out in Cenemia, Gei many. Cape of Good Hope, Engtral America, caused by the attempt of to consolidate tlie several fctates into land, Scotland and the United States. Tie derision of the judges has not vet ben a miktIc gov eminent In these contests between our neighboring States the United made known, but Director Swiftl" of tie nctlv oliservatory -- ays that tho essays are of an States forbore to interfere otlicesely. but lent in deprecaaid ot their Inendlv extivniely high character, mid-wibe pro- th" of war .Hid to promote peace and con-cur- d foundly interesting to meteorologists ami tion anions the bciIiKerants. and bv such scientists. to the coupel contributed important!)locality rev teiation or tranquility in that Emergencies grontim out ofcvilwarin the Fiendish Murderer;Hangetl. of tho rt.vt.rtruuCuu, Deceml)er 3. M.ar&uall United Matesatoff olointea. demandedailniinis-- 1 ov eminent tin beginning ortlus Clements, the most cold blooded inunlrer at 1011 he emploj men t orm mill force to artiits cuarantees under the thnty-tlftever eieenfcd iu Colorado, was hanged cle or the licatj ol Prli in order 10 keep the hero, at lo clock this afternoon for the murtransit oien across the Isthmus or Panama. der of his In other and his .sister-in-laDesiiousoruxeicislng on!) the power exThomas and Susie Clements', last Septem-lie- r, pressly reserved to usbytlic treaty and in the presence of a thousand specta,. intixlfiil or the riglits or Colombia, the torces tors. The prisoner was in the lest of Mir. trnl to the Isthmus weie Instructed to cou-nn- e its, and mounteil tho scaffold without a their action to "positively and eflicacl-oul- y preventing ihe transit and its acccs-wiriquiver He confessed his guilt and said his Horn liclils "uiterrupleil or embaras-ed.- " punishment was just. Hedicd fronistranjm. latlon in filte'en minutes. " qiieeieciiliou of ibis ilebcnte and responsible task neeossarilv involvtil p lice control Murdered by a Thief. where-thlocal aulhonly was temporarily mm rlcsii but alu aj sin aid or the sovereignLOCKpoiit, N Y., December 3. At MedTlie County, a woman named ty or Coloti.bi.i itednty irotupt and sntcesslul ina, Oi lean by this Government fiiiniimeni ol Miles, between sixty and seventy years old , wa hishiynppiccuitcd b the Government residing on Shelby street, was murdered' of Colombia, und luii been tollowtil t.y lliirli of its siitistaetieii this morning by some unknown person cut- - due to the urticers anil men en.ii.il piatsois in this .ting her-tloat. The crime was, first ,( covered bj her husband when he went to serv ice 'llieieMnratlon 01 p'MPeon ihe Uilinius by yotern. dinner 1'ruiu.his work. A luisin of bloody ol water showed that the murderer had ment there teintr thus accomplished, the washed hi vhaiul after killiug-tlithe United States were witlulravvn. womah; fort vint these occurrence, a question of Pending nv siuiu ciiyi.wi's III mo uiuise. much itiiport.iiitu was procnled by decree or the Ctiiiimbiun Government, proclaiming the A Somnambulistic Bicyclist 111 Ihe clositic or ceit.ilu ports then anil declarmc of . . v. . . 1 , , .. UTttQ' bJddtt held bv llie icvoliitionista to ves--cl- s Ik Bell, the bicyclist, who de-- tirralic.il and liable to captuic ty any jeated Woodbridge the Irish champion Jioner. To ncitiicr or these propositions nas been a victim to somnambulism Xould the United Slates assent. An eflectivc clusiiiiMir poits not m tlit kisscssou of the time. Last night, in bis sleep h xvalkcjd through a window at his Iionie,aiid !tlsans could 'not lie recojMiicd. neither rould fell twenty-thre- e feet. The ground was 'lie vessels ot iiisurtrcuts .u,'.Hn-- t Iegiti frozen and bis spine was seriously affected. ,luote -- mcreigiitj be dct'iiird hostcsthe htltiianl Phj sicians fear it will be a permanent af- feiicrts within the precepts or international fliction aw, vvhatevur mlglit be thu dcnnitiun and Pctiailvor their acts under the municipal law or the. Sial :i".T.nst u hose authority California's Wheat Crop. in ic'volt Tliotlcmal by thin Gov- Sty Fhancisco, December 3. luterior re- l.'ey wereof tho coloiiibi.ui piopositionsaiu jirintient port indicate that the wheat acreage this ""t. however, impli" thu admissioti ot a bob year will be greater than that of any pre- "Kemtit Matus on tin; pint of the nisiirnetits. vious year. It is estimated that even w ith ' Tt cColiiuibiati Governiiienl has expressed u ncotlittei-oitveiilioilor an average crop the yield will be l,'J0O,(XX) ilht willliifc-iiesnil lntii.nt.t !, ,il..t,..l Kit, .,! ..limits bv tons. oreiyn citizens ausiil out ot thedcstiuc vutjuu- - tlie city ol AspitiHiill by the insurThe famous "Victoria bridge at rectional f rorces nt ii il -s, s e jionuan army uumuers iwiflSly " vuou&uuii. i maintain mat, live nundred regulars could put them down. TheMoi-uipu- s are natural cowards, und have n6 courage savo to secretly assassinate. They would undoubtedly have murdered Collins if he had been delivered over to them. Tnvlor, their chief, is in hiding, hut be 19 directimr (111I111S. ' "Do ill the j ou think I" Edmunds law w we mppress "No, sir What jiolygamj want is a commission to govern nnd make laws for tho Territory. This commission should have full power, and put the serews to the saints. A commission to investigate polygamy reported that it was on the decrease; but Lbeg leave to differ. They have raised ?o00,000 as a corruption fund to get favor-nbllegislation this w inter in Congress. The Saints hate me, and w quid muider me if , they could " .tl public gaaaftaeiaei! ijHciisuiua ci, uninii .11111 iiioiT.-ofc esiiti ls ac-tis- of-w- H ion-liste- or-th- c. Austro-Iliinis'uria- n. v sa Gua-teina- ll 1 1 Till-fi- ll h w is e -- e tuj well-know- n M foi-fco- s til - w I a '!j ' w y, r.,AX I tV A f 0 T IC'"! axsiaftJ m caucus held a rabid dog in Newark BtT was 'shot in the the nomination of President wesnesaay. as their parents are poor.it uttt--i nuuvu-yiug10 escape, und fatally was unanimously tendered to Senator Lo' JfoposdtojaisefnniitosferiHthemto wA.Hfl!saUU,lWHfaad refuses to gan, but be declined the nomination, and ; fhtfor.traatmept.by.Pasteur ideaty.wvl V u. f theieupon the caucus adjourned. . . 1Z: TT?' BlafcvBfcLk..,, . ' Killed by an InsanWoisan. v - nvnci f Killed at the Crossing. DeKaLB, Iu.., December 1 AsVrelght ' it 1r repot ted believed to be insane, seriously, and it KrothLiTmorning that Biatel's Bank, at No. 81 was passing- through this, city last Freedom, Pa., twenty-eigh- t Mieared. fatally, stabbed EdwardMcAfee miles west of night it struck a wagon on the Second this city, iae woman "wastietinr-- a sus- - nicht and was enteredby burglars last street crossing, containing four men. Patnearly 45.000 tl?n nf oetives mcious manner on the street, and because rick Gallagher, was killed outright. Hich-ur- d left a special t,rain Itoran and Jack Kcoghate seriously herwhat.shfc aas doing, she ,the this city on loiw inriUmejT'jjto work up 4 case The -estimated fcfcilei1 y ' lili !. StfAUjPjMj. Hjiw YoitK, December 4. Five children bitttrf by7 tim"iwvrmmr&vXjiiiiT, uecember C ., r-reTnrrry-TctsTmcrrirmg; ,gam;g i.t.ij. w -- " i . - man detected robbintr Blodcottv rfrr.mods An unknown Republican Senatorial Washington-- , D. Senator Logan Declines. ' to-da- a, December. At a y e' EdOr-MM- -- that "dins "llidrt-- tho treaty Tor re exaiiiinatiou. Al Arizona paper tells of two jjtiitive cuiiKidciatioii or Us prorisicvus leads local sports who shot each other tjjw ta withhold 't ri out resubinissiou to Ihe to death the other day, and concludes "ttintaitiitiK, as I tin. the lonels or u line of by saying: "The sad affair is especially ritlent from Wmiliiti'ztnn 8 day. which to be regretted as both the gentlexsen CcribeenlanglitiK n alliances with foreiKii or "ttf.l do tint favor policy of were zealous reformers." ? and'iutaiu icrritory. or the incorpora the action or body I Vl.llO.sTllK ISTIIML. Montreal, is to he tupplcruented b' Tb llUs-sinlerett or tho United Slates in a another bridge, crossing tho St. Lawtransit tor ships across the stnp of rence from Lachine to Uaughnawauga, Mas repcratiiiK the Atlaniio rniin the Pacific been rtpeattdly iiiatiitcsictl during the four miles above the city. It will dc t haireiituiy of iron trusses", the eight spans measV liiikietliatw predei essor taunuM to be nt 'tutiateil with Nicarargua a treat Tor the uring 'three thousand feet, and will "ittrnclioii. by and at the sole cost of the cost, with its approaches, Sl,2o0,000. iini(t states. 01 acanal Nitaragtiau It will be finished by November, 1886. rjjrxitoiy, nnd laid it tlinuiKli the Semite. lieforu piac-.bcabte " 'd hereon I Tr-- An weli-kno- - -- i . J 2M has been & is3 i. narpSingadilj into his side.' arrested. an rurirTlc,uoo AtMinwtlve EartlHake in Afgierir 'AWHw'lHcember '4.' Ab earthquake ' ir av,tM. - s i hurt They are both driver, Jimjny escaped uninjured. unconscious. The Cumrningsr and the, team "" on good authority the General Government of Italy, Provincial Juntas and Municipal Councils haveexnended $3,400,000 in statues of It is stated tkt J "nor rumott ot 1 Victor Emmanuel, Garibaldi and Maz- - zuoL New 4. Tho business failures vecnmiig tbreuglioKf ihe country YoRKr-Decemb-er K2H HWMMNt amaiiB,ia 111 vLW-nWlk wd txvelye others were' vwvKrm1 i Ihfe w BUtes previous. There it a considerable """"uinern and western Oleomargarine Prohibition Constitutional. Hakkisuuko,. Pa., December 4. Judge Simonton handed down an opinion ia egai d to the'conltitutionality oT-- t fie act. plohtbiting the mnnufactuia an sale of oleoinargatine, Ths cotttt hold (hat the pet Is entirely ccnBtlttuionah to-da- y 1 bave a band concert at Hartford CentreFrlday evening which was a financial success. The, receipts from, the concert were 84.60. Lcwisfon (Me. J Journa.1 , A Pittsburgh ntomologiithu tfcooiftnd "sutUrfllM. j. The Livermore Brass Band . - IKf ae ivc civilization, day is hems urged onwnid by those '5J, raeibties or production, tran- J'rtatiini. and loinmuuication In winch and electricity have niven birth dutylu ?iour oiuselvcs the present instructs us to ,jJ,"Jrei mainly tu Ihe development "S'uircesor the itreal area com- .ln""d1"' ' and io the cult nations t"ik .II.1' art of peace nitliiu our bottlers. 'crt in prevent in 1; the ' hemirphcrts lJ"S.T-''atrom beuu. nitotted 111 ""no'ilicat prottlciti nod cointtliCAlions or Uuverumt'iitj iberefore t 4111 uiirtblc ?'iiuit l?.'vomujtnd pruawiitiuuj tuvtilrius para uum ntili vt jrrijnlnp r ritut ut b"t."mit"l-ruu- Interests wilhiiurown The pioeress are vital and 01 panic, und unut be conscious or Ihe irresistiblotide f'tiMittiareiai expansion ninth, as the r tlsur' ,'" Jia n lflf"' hre. and In omc casVs r!eas' of guilty liavn liccn cntered.and slight pimishmentimposed upon per cent, of tbu receipti.for duties lute" been promise by accused that they would not again offend against the Jaw nor advi-c- . in silver or silver certillcatcs. while the aver ago within that ptrlod lias been twenty per counsel, aid or abet. In any way, it violation bv other. . cent. The Utah Commissioners express the opinTlie portion of silver and Its certificates received by the Government will probably ion, bacd upou such Information asthey.arr lilcrcnse as time goes on for the reason that able to obtain, that but few polygamous have tabeu place J in this territory dur' the nearer flic period approaches when ft will be obliged to oiler ?iler In payment of ing the last year. They rurthcr report that its obligations, the grtatcr inducement there while there can not be found on the registrawill be to hoard gold against deprecation in tion lists of voter the name or a man actually polygamy, and vvhih' none of that the Value ot silver, pr for the purpose of guilty of holding office, yet at the lat elciv class are speculating. This hoarding of gold has already begun. tion Id the territory, all the officers elected, except In one county, were men who, though When the tinid coinei" that uold has been withdnuirn from circulation then will be ap- not actually living In the practice of polygparent the diirercue between th- - real value amy, subscribe to the doctrine or polygamous or the silver dollar and a dollar In gdfd, aud marriages a a Divine rev elation and a law unto all. higher and more binding upou the tho two coins will part company. conscience than any human law, local or Gold, still the standard of value and necesnational. sary in our dealings with other countries, Thu? 13 the strange spectacle presented of will be at a premium over silver": banks gold for the deposits a community protected by a Kepubllcuu which have they owi of their customers may pay them with silver forf.1 of Government to ,hich suttrages a allegiance, rustiining by tlicii diougtit tvp"h such gold, thus making u handand a belief, which sets at naught some profit, rich epetUlntoM will ell thuir principle gold 10 their neigh bora who need that obligation; or absolute obedience' to the . hoa ded their foreign debts at a ruinous laws or the land which lies el the foundation premium over1 silver, and the laboring mcit or republican institution. .'Tlio strength, nation and omen or tho land most detensclesp or tlie perpetuity .and thu destiny of the.tho law all. will find tiist tho dollar received for the lest upon our homb etabllshed.byregulated wage or their toil h3 tadly shrunk lu its ' or God, ffUarded.by parental car by parental authority and sancriflVd by pa- purchasing power. Ir may bo said that the lflttCr roult will t entai love T trse aru nfll the ho5nC8"6r polygamy. Tho temporary, aud that ultimately the price or labor will be adjusted to tht- change, but mothei-i- of our land, who rule t,ut Ovation as they moid the cnnraciers ami guia. me place, production, and weight as heavily upon the even it this takc gum, butthe action? ot their on. live according to GodV muat inevitably cannot possibly already has Our Consumer. comtKHed to pay hoVr ordinances, and feach, secure and happy since the price proven the great importance of having the tor his living will not he is be measured in a m til" exclusive love or the father of her only competition between hmd carriage aud water coin heavily depreciated and tliictuating and children, .shed the warm light of true wo-- s carriage luMy developed, each acting a a uncertain in H value, nut tnis un erta intv I manhood, uiipcrvcrted and unpolluted, upon piotection to the public against the tenden,l tr lili.llllni will all wltfcri her pure and wholesome family cir- in ,1... . uliln n? .1... .... p.ill cies or monopoly which is inheieiit in the be made the pretext foi an advance In price!1 cle. Tlipe n.re not the cheerless crushed, aud consolidation of wealth and uowci in the oevonu ttiatjustineii iy uciuai depreciation. hands of vast corpoittions. Theso sugges'Ihe words uttered m 1531 by Daniel Web unwomanly mothers of polygamy in ihe hrui o. tions may servo to emphasize what I have Tlieic shouM.bc no relaxanon stcr, Iu the Senate or llie I mted state, are now iu opera- 3 of said on the score of the necessity of a true "Tho very man ot all others but Jut execution he the law approve such -- iiould glad to neutralization of any intcroceanie transit tion, and ho has the deepest interest iu a sound cura will nil tho and thu can only he accomplished by mak- rency, and who sutler most by m'schlevous further decreet ing thelites or tlio route open to all natiqju legislation In moire matter-- , is the man who couutry tt Jhls blot upou Its r.dr rame. upholding polygamy in and subject to the ambitions and nurllke Since the peonle earns bis dally bread by his dailj toil." The immigration or none. most distiugiit-he- d of himcutlisiii our territories art Ireinforced bythat a law be t The drawing and report or a recent survev discus Sing our silver advocate lias lately, writrrom ol her lands. fuco'umend coinage or tlio Nil arnjrua caul loute uiado by Chief ten. "No American citizen's hand has yet passed ,t,o provent the importation of Kngiueer Menocal will be commuulcated for country. either In re-sensation of cticaptie-sjour infnrraalioiu caving orcxpending, tuc .sliver acr uonan. j. ' , C1VIH SERVICE. . The claim of citizens of the Unitdd Mates by labor or legitimate, 'And thoe who livefoi losses bv reason or tho late military "-' Vam Inclined, to think that there is noV""' riever will feel that sensation or " us or l.'hililu Poru aud Uoliv ta are tlio trade ' ' ' t mfiitjporc general in the minds ot the people Fiibjector negotiation Tor a damn convenHowever p'nity sllv t rlollarmay become, of our country than a conviction or the ention with Chlll.'providinir for their submiswill not be distributed as gilts among-ththey df the'principle upon whlch-lasion to arbitration. people, and ir the lab&nng man should forcing civil service reform is based. In its receives four depreciated dollars where he present condition the law reguJatk vnK Till: ClUNKnC QULSTIOX. now receives but two lie will nay ji the depart or the 'subordinate public, positions 1 he condition of the Chinese question lu country. It than double tho price he throughout coin the Western States and Territories is despite preciated for altmore uecessanea aud comforts a test or fitness theapplicants for theso ?pjplic piacct now pays to tho restrictive legislation, far from hni tig satis- of life. by means ot a comivtitive examination and factory So ir this sliver coinage be contlnned we gives large discretion to the Commissioners The recent outbreak in WyomlnirTcrritory, may reasonably expect that gold and Its as to the character of the examination and where numbers of unotTcndingChinamcn, inequivalent will abandon the Held ofclrcula-tiomany other matters connected with its exdisputably within the protection of the treatregulation Thus the rules tosjlier alone. Thl. of ies and the law, were murdered by a mob, produce a severe contraction ofcourse, must ecution. by tlie Commission and much to do have our adopted and the still more recent threatened out- ting meiliuui Instead of adding to it. circulaprac.ticiuserulness or the statute with tho break ot the saiuo character in Washington its It mtv result Teiritorj. aro fresh In the mtnds of all, and efforts W said in brief as theleading of thee and w ith the rcscfus or tru-- t application. t be Coiuiniasioner powers The people may well In apprehension lest tho bitterness ol there substantially unchanged since tho to execute the law with perfect fairness aud feeling against tho Mongolian race on the remains ilonetari Conference of ISSI. nor 14 it to be with .is little irritation as is possible. Hut or Pacific slope may And vent in similar lawless questioned that the views or these governmimn no nl.iviitlnn of the nrincinlo which demonstration. of tho safe each ments underlies it, All tlie power of this Government should weight are inpublic Instance suntiortcd by the I guards whichand no weakening oe expeceu. opinion The steps thus of surround it can he exerted to maluiain the amplest good Experience in its administration wll probafaith toward China In tho treatment of these taken have therefore only more fully demonof its ot further men, and the intlexiblo stcrnncs of the law strated the uselessncss i uy agtcementattempts bly suggest amendment of the methodthat we ou the execution, but I venture to hope present to arrive at at in bringing iho wrong doers to justice should ubjcct of other nations. shall never again be remitted to the ajstem biuststcd upon. Every eflort has been which distributes public positions purely as made by this Government to prevent THE N VW. rewards for partisan service. these violent outbreaks, and to aid the Inspired, as lam, by the hope, shared Doubts my well bo entertained whether of China in their Investigation patriotic citizens, that the day is not f r our government could survive the etxainor i of these outrages, nnd It Is but just distun' when our navy will be such as befits continuance ot the system, which upon to say that they are traceable to the lawlessamong of thecarth, Inspires' m ness of mcu not citizens of the United States our standing at every"the nations leads in the e erychaugc of Administration othcotolay step that immense army of claimants for engaged in competition with Chinese lalior-er- . and rejoiced direction oLsucb a consummation, I deem it siege to the patronage of government, enIf existing laws are inadequate to mv riujyto especially officers with the the cud in view. I shall bo prepared to, of Congress to the closedirect the attention grossing the time or publicabroad the contaof the, report of tho importunities, spreading givo earnest consideration to any further Socretaryof tho Navy, in which tho humilior their disappointment and tllllug the gion remedial measures within the treaty limits ating weakness of the present organization air with the tumult of thebzdiscontent. which the wisdom of Congress may advise. of this department is exhibited, and the startot an iiffmonse number of The ling abuses aud wasto of Us piescnt method othec allurementsexhibited to the voters or ItEsTltlCTlOM! ON EXrORTATipN". and places are exposed. 1 regret to say that tho restrictions upon the laud and the promise of their bestowal In recognition or partisan activity debauch thu importation of our pork Into France, TUB INDIAN QUESTION. rob "political action or suffrage notwithstanding tho abuudunt demonstraTho report of the Sccrctnry of the Interior, the thoughtfuland and deliberative chartions of tho nbsence of sanitary danger in containing an account of the operations of Its vnth acter. The evil would increase consc- its use: but 1 entertain strong hopes that this important department and much interof offices with abetter understanding of the matter, esting information, will be submitted for the multiplication upon our extension, and the mania this vexatious prohibition will be removed. or office holding arrowing from Wlndulg-ent- e It would be pleasing to be able to say as your conslderat'on. The mot would pervade our population ,.o, genmuch with respect to Germany. Austria and charge of intricate and difficult subject In this department Is the .other countries where such food products and munagementor the Indians, treatment erally that patriotic purpose, the support of are absolutely excluded without present fied that some progress may be am satis- principle, the desire for the public guodnnd noted in ror the Nation s wcirare would be prospect of reasonable change. their condition a tho result of a prudent ad- solicitude nearly banished rrom the activity orourr OUR FINANCES. ministration of the present laws aud regulaparty contests and cause them to degenerate Tho report of the Secretary of the Treasury tions for their control. iguob.o. fciiisb aud disgraceful strugUnt it is submitted tbatthcre is lack or a into for the posess on ofdtHce public place. fully exhibits thecondition of the public finangles fixed purpose of policy on this subject, or the several branches of Governces and C.vil service reform cnforcel by law cam ment connected with his department. The which should be supplied. It is useless to not too soon to check the progress" of desuggestions of the Secretary relating to the dilato upon the wrongs of the Indian;, and moralization. One of its effects, uot t uougfi as useless to indulge tn the hearties belief regarded I the freedom it brlngscto the poprac leal operations of this important dethat because their wrongs arc revenged in litical action of thOso conservative and sober partment, and liis recommendations in the ditheir own atrocious manner, therefore they men who. iu fear of the confusion and risk rection of simplification and economy, should be oa terminated. in the work or collecting customs dusudden att nding an arbltniryr-au- d chaug change They are within the care of our Governties, are especially urged upon the attention of party in all the public office with ment, and their rights arc. or should be, proor Congress. their ballots against such a chance. tected rrom Invasion by the most solemn ob- rule, cast seem to be necessarv.and will .conThe amount paid on the public debt durParties ligations. They are properly enough called tinue to exist, nor can It now bo denied that ing the flscnl year ended June GO, 1SS5, was should there are legitimate advantages, nor disconthe wards or the Government, nnd fl.j.!tl.sn.4S, and there ha? been paid, since that date anil up to November 1, ISsj, the sum be, home in mind that this guardianship Innected with office holding, which follow or ?3S3,Kfc, leaving the amount of the debt at volves, on our part, efforts for the Improveparty supremacy. the last named date UU.47500.47. There ment of tin ir condition and the enforcement The Civtl Service law does not prevent tho of their rights. In the Treasury wa. how ever, at that time purposes discharge of the Indolent or incompetent In denim- - with this quet!oo the desires clerk, but It does prevent supplying his place genernl of the applicable tn the manifested wiih the Indians should not be with the unfit partv worker. ,Sl. Xi3i. Government the sum of or a law The total receipts tor the current flscal ignored. 1 ri commend the passage CommisThus, in both phases. Ms seen benefit to the Ocauthorising the appointment or six ycnrendlng.IuneSI, Is!, ascertained to public service. the remainder sioners, tin ec or hoin .hall be detailed rrom And the people wno de1re good governtober I. Island estimated for the army, to be eh.ugcd with the duty of a ment, have secured this statute, will not reor thev oar. arc 11.1,000.000. The expendior all linquish its benefit without protest, nor are tures ascertained and estimated forthesamo cat crul inspection trom timo to time time arc Mj.OOO.Ono. leaving n'surplus at the the Indians upon our reservations, or they unmindful or the fact that its full adthrough the cIoe nr the j ear estimated at seventy mil- subject to the care and control or our vantages can only be 'gainedhaving Government, with a view or dlscovciing coinplctelfood faith or tioso IU exlions t theli exact condition and need and deternuvEXCETiFiirctiov. ecution in charge and ibis they" will insist mining what st.'ps.sh til beiul.cn on bebair of tipnu. I recommend that the salaries of the The fad thatour revenue are In excess Of the Government U iiupiflve lliejr situation in Civ M Scrv'ce Commissioner he increased to theactiial needs of an economical administration of Government. iustlfleSB reduction J the direction of tbeir self supppit and from a $um more nearly commensurate toiheir civilization, tlm they ascertain ., important.jJulc!J. in the amount exacted Horn the people, for. such Inspection what, if any, or 1 he reservanut L'ccMSibN.. ; its snpixvrt Our Government is Tree tne tions may .lie reduced m "area. and tn such means established by the will of a occucases what part not Thepiesent condition of the law icnting which tcrttiiu principles are applied pation, may be purchased by foe 'Indian u Ihe ObvOrnment to the tojho Presidency In the adopted for their bwncht from the'Indmns, and disposed of for their event siicces-iowhich they have of death. tUstuTTily. or rcmoral or pMrtectio!:ano It is never better and aud Vleey Pres, both tbd Pntsident benefit. ahd its true spirit is never better ident.! Mighas tb require finniedmtcaraend-menpunl.lC LlSI.rt. than when the people taxation for TUin subject has repeatedly been limited to the Itsiippoit v i". It is not for the commou bentfit of Ihe by Congres. but no result has been of expenditure, and United States that a large area of the public reached. The recent lamentable death of actual according to a just and equitable plan. land should be acquired, directlyorthrough the Vice President and vacancic at tho same The proposition with which we have to rraud. in the hands ot u single individual. incumbents of all other olhcc. eduction of the revenue received The Nation a strength is in the people .The tunc inmight immediately the deal is the which exercie the funcbv the Government and indirectly paid by Nation's glory is in the equality or her justion ot the PrcsidenMal office has caused-publiThe the people ironi custom duties. nor is ques- tice. The Nation' perpetuity is In the patrianxiety and a just demand that a rethere otism or all her people. Heuce, n lara tion or rrt-- tiadc is not involved suth a condition of affairs any occasion ror the general discussion pratticablc. the plan adopted In disposal or J currence ot permitted. now or expediency of a protective public laudsAhouhl have in view the original i should not be I commcr.d to the wise care of the In svstem. Justice and fairness dictate that in pohcy.which encouraged many purchasers of ,...! conclusion .lttuntWiu of fonwrress the ti.ni..,iMf.ii anv modification or our prcseut laws ielat these lands for homes and discouraged the needs, the welfare and tho aspirations or Ing io revcuue. the industries and interests massing of large areas. Exclusive or Alaska, To subs of the national domains has an Intelligent and generous nation. Hhicli bavelieeii encouraged by eucb laws about narrow advantages aiui in winch our cituens nave large investbeen sold or subjected to contract or grant. ordinate these to the tho&accomphshinent or Of the remaining a considerable or partisanship or ments should not he ruthlessly injured or tho peoples trust-anis either mountain nrdrsert. A raiv selfish alms i to violate interest. But an rinrtion rd. betray the a growing individual sense prnplc's idly Increasing population-createWc should also deal with thesubjectln or responsibility on the. cut h manner at to protect the interests or demand for home- -, nnd the accumulation or pari or each or us, nnd a starn determinaAnieiican labor, which is the capital of our wealth InspircSHti eager competition to gie us. tion to perform our duty well, must jn rethe public land forsnetuiatlve DUrnoses. win king men; us stability aud proper pretheir added placaamoug those most justifiable future this collision of interests Willi slay ti'nd generation who have In the muneration furiiish the to the glory text Tor a piotective, policy. Within 'these lit;uina,u"""-vmini in tne past, ana inc exof ,qur bclqved land. of limitation :i cfirtaitx.i eduction should he ecution will thef Nation; trust mbchalf qf GROvtti Cleveland. i ISignedl o more difficult. I. therefore made iu out customs revenue. The ainouut scttle Washington, December . commend to ytiurattcntlob the rccommeii';. eduction having been 'determined, or sin hi it the inquiry follows where can bestbest daJioiiscouiiiinctt jn the rcportof the Secrebe be remitted, aud what articles tan ol our. tary' of the Interior with reference toths A Remarkable Clock. repal and modification of certain or our from duly in the inttitst -- c land laws. . citivtis. I think The Nation has made princely grants and hu reduction should be made In One of thcjuosl remarkable ,oftclocks to a syturn of railroads projected the revenue dPncdfroni a tax upou the subsidiesNational InghvvHvs as great to connect the has just'Decn 'constructed ut London for imported necessaries of lire We thus of living In every Pacific States with the East, It has been lessen the cost a banking stahlishnicnU It, ison!tho ramily or the land aud release to the people charged that these donations from the peoa larger ple have been meveiy humble homo industry incisure or corrupt uses, diverted to private gain, and twenty-fou- r hour principle, anil ismota-bl-e and thus public Indignation the ivwards or rnigal been aroused nnd suspicion engendered. has NATIONAL UANKS. as )oo5es.inj probably tho amplest great Nation docs not begrudge it November I, ISM, Dunns the year ended orgauized. with an Our hut It abhors peculation and fraud., method which has yet been resortetl to 111 National Banks were and the fa curable regard or our people for for indicating tim accordinto the new agwMvgatc capital or flfi.KW.UJti. aud circulatgrants great corporations to which issued to them amount- the made can only bo revived these restoring notes have been by a were Thu clock An rptestion to ?l.274.910 The whole uutnber or these ation of confidence, to be soured by their enumeration ing enstencu ou the day above men- constant, unequivocal, i... . clearly manihas only one hand, and the figferes banks tioned as 2,727. around arc placed as heretofore. a In circulating fested, integrity. Tho very limited amount of Danks.coni-pHieA faithful application of the undiminished issued by our National note proceeds of llie grants to tho construction stead, however, of indicating ItjcJaqurs with the amount Ihe law permits them aud perfecting or their roads, hii honest disthey indicate tluv minutes otly, vhjch for? their retu issue, upon a deposit or bonds of tbeir obligations and entire Justice volume of our chargethe people in theenioyment or their an: marked fiom livu to.MxtyThe demption, indicates that the may be largely Increased to all ou the highways of travel, is all the hours arc shown on a himkdismvplv-inj- ; thioiigh this instrumentality Nothing more rights Mtu and it wnit,0 content with unless. public under the upper dial, ivipaeo being iinpoitittit than thepiesent condition or our To secure these things should be the comyour attenleft in the upper dial in which the nct ciiiic-ucuml coinage cau claim mon purpose or the officers, of the . , , asjwel' as or the corporations With hour llguns comis forwardh3tplane-ottsl- y tion TIIBetl.TTR DOLLAR. this accomplishment prosperity would be upon Uut minute hand cpmplct-m- i; Since I'roruary. IWH. tht Government has. permanently secured to1 tho roi Nais. of law. tional pride would take the places "nvl under the compulsory provisions .liqiUI in a its circuit, of sixty inSnutqUiaf Utc " couiplaist. , puiciiaseti silver iiuiiion .u i woul. thusolitaiy Ii.md nuiks r!,0tO.X)ti every same at the mieof more I nan to" . .., mtntilvv. 'anil the rttiik,si)nchoyt'tyc the present' . It sapor from PMJtnjrsi inoJ'tli.' Uv Mo process up the report of the Commls-- - bmtr-.- V fWlBi. 3i,lJl ihcr dvlUara Unm date .'I5.i I senium that there wsrsua'tue ioor cf vd. ucyondtiie scope or our rtatiouai polity or present means. The apse or years has abundantly tho wisdom and foresight of those earlier administrations vthlch long before the conditions of maritime intercourse wero clmnvcl and "iilarcd bv tho progress. ot the age, proclaimed the vital r.bed t transit across thu American Isthmus and consecrated it io advance to the common use ot mankind by their positive declarations and throimh the formal ohlfitiitioiis of trcutien Toward such realization the ettorts of myadiisujrtratlon Hill he applied, ever bearing in mind the ptificiplcs On which it must rest aid which were declared tu no uncertain (onefl by Mr. Cass, who, while Secretary oTStatb In 159, announced that "What the tutted States want in Central America, nextlo the happiness of Its people, is the security and neutrality of the iuteroceanic routcg'whicli lead through it." The construction of three transcontinental lines ot railway, all In successful operation, wholly within our territory and uniting tho Atlantic and the I'acJCc Oceans, has been accompanied bv rcsultsof, a most interesting and mpresivc naturn.and has 'created new, conditions, not in the toutos o tommcrcc only, but in political geography, w hlch powerfully affect our rotations toward, and tiec ssarily increase our Interests In. any traiisisthuiiaii route "which may be opened and employed for the ends of peace and traffic, or in other toiitiugelelej?, for uses inimical to both. Transmutation is .1 factor In the cost of commodities scarcely lecond to that or their cod-firmintt-occau- .01 110 iuuu&utiou iim. dehw and dues, inlbJic; and tFiilcC tin.es durlni? the. last forv'l ix modtb3- - private, ut flftv-clir- mar-uag- es 7 sub-tltut- ed be-bu- - vtnge-work- eat-tenc- e Io-- e. I I C I y vv 1 legi-tati- on felt-th- e , 1 -- - c ope-ra- ti cheap-UCi- ss e w n - by-a- ll corn-pa- ts 1 partic-uhul- y ! vv -- com-ple- tb pen-ple.b- y nec-dC- J admin-tsteit- d. t. con-sidei- ticce-sit- 1 e tbrec-fitth- two-tilth- s dot-tro- s n u I 1K-5- . ( ! ly gpn-rrosit- 111 v d Govern-1mcu- t. in n - c -- biv.-bn.i- r , -- f: rV-- v '.' TS v s, ,. si t. & " ri- n -- s. r. frt - a - --l VJf . t VKsJQBflMPr'' i i i baSi i : !j& 1The gS&IT Hickman Courier, GEORGE WARREN, Publisher. JJetdbSed?o v- - ffim. - THE COMMONWEALTH. LouImUIo I.paf Tobacco Market. Tho market has presented very little of novelty or interest in current sales. Supplies have been about equal to, if not in excess of, present demand, though most grades of Burley htiYe been barely supported. New Bui leys have been in small supply, and Lave sold at previous price. Dark and heavy styles havo been in fair demand and both new and old have brought full prices. IVe muke no price full-Tveig- ht . HTCKMAN. : : KENTUCKY. Interment of All that Pertained to tbo Mortality of Thos. A. ' - 4Mttl?qfetoyn-- ' Jay Gocld has announced 'his Chinaman arc partners in the stationery business in a Ne- - cAn--JTOPICS a ji Indian and -- OF THE DAY. Ills llortj Cnitstiiecl to a Vault fcmbotvered With novcrs-- A MnBnlfl- cctit rtiiieral.ccordcLie,1ca VIce-lrcl'Ie- ' j ". irilen-jBtio- n ; ir i -- k of retiring from Wall street and the world of speculation. i i CA5fEW sect lias v'sprung ufTin Canada f4rho9edoctriue is no men souls, because the Bible nowhere tions women angels. The' leader is a ave ; -- ' Frenchman. The British Government has offered Prof. Huxley a pension of 300 a year as a"pracl!cal recognition ofliis services, on his retirement from the Presidency of the Royal Society. J?V fca,J TPV1Q- VTrTr Ttrni" Qriftrf nf'ihn rnm'' TiNlrrlicli nr,jTli,tMttoli Triw inrT rlnmcw-- n : Thebaw has surrendered unconditionally, andtfiis conquest adds to the British tC : THE HENDRICKS' HOMESTEAD. fe n fiM L. Y sive scenoivns cnacteil. Follow iug the bier gan to fire minute guns, whichas con- th Widow, leaning on tbo arm of hjr uiiuuu uniii tuu nearso npproacoed urn brother, Jklr. 53. W. .Morgan, follow ed by tho grave. r TnE'Govcrnment of Bavaria has sent 5K&&0m3Shortly lK'foro tho column enttred upon tuuer reiniies, 1111 in uci-imiuniiii. commissioiKrs to the United States to Thirteen pews to the right of tbo central the final stage of its journey thojsleet bej aisle were examine forest trees, with sa viewfqf reserved for the family, while gan to fall moro sharply, accompanied by ' thove-tr- v .. ' ? atld members of the local com- - u cold w ind. Tho carriages containing tho rm rrmif frrvjkn iNrLCXJH YlflTOKS bccus iu til nl st' piauu ureal eaia is simuim and notable participants were 1xdianai-oli3,Ixd., Pecember, 1 Tho millees o.cqapied pews in front to tho left. mourners against- the iuclemtacy of tho taken of, the native forests inBr.vana, mortal all closed ueau remains of T1kiw4 A. iicmiricivs, I ho pew1.:.occupied by tbo HfMiniA wnKilmtonth frnm tlin weather. j, and many new ones areicing.sct oiitfe the fifth Vii- rrJ,lf.-i- t of the United front, to tbo left of the middle aisle when 4W THE COLl'MN KSTEUEU TH &SlltCS(rZ yutelTtOlille during his feruVnf office, were facing tho altar. It was distinguished by tono x Tho event j , roiupieto envolnjimi-n- t m lilacK riom, Under a . splendid tho firstarcb.roinpleted Eecext legislation in New Hamp- Convoyed to the tomb esterdn and was to pass under m manj reject-- , bv and the fnrt that it was unomipinl1. it. Winding through a tblct growth of shire has caustfd'Uiffwi. LTOatfdTof "foT-- " .,..,,. i.,c. ,v,Ka ihe church is modest brukst met uro. divis!,, f maplv trees, square and oblong, but commodious w - beech undupon a largo tho miitaryand apcign insurance companies, leaving only VUU JUVOVULu V. .....v.v. ...I. '11 w open dew, peoplo from all parts of tuo nation to seating nine hundred people, but hold ion caino al, simr?cihes-whicpreceded tho m- - ing within its walkv-i,j three stock companies with a combined fully proaching the open aiuvr capital of 51,SOO,000, and ten mutual tonnelit. The presage ofincleiucut weather ono thousand. Its sbarrdj slanting ruu Is i. occti-piforimbg companies to carry on the business, .of on the day of tue tunqrai w uicn was given supported on brick columns sustainedpart On tho Hendricks family lol, which of tho by is also tbo most commau'diu; view verified only to the extent of th.sido walls, butwhich yesterday ws the State. two tiers of arches spring from tbo grounds, lurnd to tho left, nnd then again of a w;iiitry, leaden sky, and n thick atmos- right und left centers of tuo auditorium, to tho light, finally completely encircling Tho inunusual to phere during of which tho ,, Qjjfthe wealth pi tlifi, jvorld," says a tuis intituue. tho early hours ot tbo pre- - meeting at tho apex of tho roof. by dor- tho tractIt constitutes Hendricksplut forms apart. terior is naturally dark, being lit hisianc ground for ineneavy ipg TancifuC statistician, $730,000,000 'are w s all ceiling iiftcrnooiijtlU, hung over tho city mer and narrow side ofmdow samein stained Indiana. to To the east rises the marble shaft filling in erected tho memory of General Jeffertbo orneVt by fourinferi, aSfoHowSIackaj, whe1i thellay brote',bul'as the urs wore glass a large field the space over tho altar in tho rear of tbo son C. Davis Immediately opposite ltotho 5275,000,000; Rothschild, $200,000,000; on lifted somewhat and became, less im church. Tho mam nnd side doors were remains of Oliver P. Morton A httlo to heavily draped in black. Tbo interior deco- the :101th is tbo jrravo of Genertl H It-- S. rf $173,000,000, arid the'Duko penetrable rations wero plain but effective, consisting Canb . To the northw est another piece of in- - y"Tbo early morning trains on all the railu of Vestministci, SS6,000,000. Their lii central ways brought, .delegations from the Na- of a festooning" of crape from thohaving n risuiggiound is dotted with simple headof hundred seven stones . of if ; . comt p.or miinUe is S25, 20, $17 and $7' tional Capital'and all the leading cities of arches, thpulpiuuid chancoliail their lust black who Indianu's soldiers .tho Union, together with an influx of peo- drapery of white andwere intermingled. respectively. "s.- j , Tlo Hencompletely di ap- lives on tho battle-field- . Tho ple from'all the interior cities nnd hamlets ed, central arches and tbo sides of the church wore panel- dricks lot is graced w ith a simplejplumu of of Central Indiana and Illinois. ed in black. On tho front ulterior walls of - The poultry product of ,the United WSTrNOUlSUED JlOUUNEHS. tho church wero two largo designs of tho ,' Slates for 1881 was computed "by !Mr. J. was represented b SeTetary Greek crOb3, m tho prevailing sable color. Tbe Cabinet Bayardj' Secretary of he Interior The dark shrouding of tbo inteiiorwas ret nf State " R. Dodge, the statistician of the Lamur, Secretary. of tho Xhvv Whitney, all 1 by only three pi' Ki Bureau, which Secretarv of War Endicott, nnd Tosttnastcr lieved in design. Onfloral pieces, insnlo the tbo altar ' Ucneial Vilas. cross composed times the value of alPonr chancel rail was a plain I? abpi't'-hfc- e . TboSupioiap flowers, b 'il id Vvool'.'fbiir times tho value of all our Ml- -' was representedBeith of thp United states entirely of whiteparish Oncontributed by either side of lv Associate Justices Mat- the ladies of tho .a ver"xroduct,-an- d thews and Blatchfoid. double UHyvaluc"of.flll I ThoU. S. Stnato was represented lv Sen11 ' t .4tJourpJg-iron- 2 1. ,i. ators Edmunds, "Allison, ruga, Harris, purple flowers at ontrsmc, lorming Conger, Ulair, Dolph. Vest, Beck. Camden. ladder. At its bae was tbo inscription j.,'DoN;'CARLOSaud-hiS'friemls are be? Vpnc, JonfesSJuPhees, Payne, Palmer 'September 19. lsil).-- ' and at its top "November i5, lsaj."' On tho summit of tho run uie government arUlIarvi?ont coming anxious 10 The committee representing the Ilbut.o ot column wasjierched a, white dove Tho deof Spain, and they are likely to make a liepresentatives was composed of W. It. sign bore 'the Lathi sentiment, "Stat magnt . b. notiUms gloria." design was the gift Uerbert. jrotJd,'jdeal"of 'trouble. Ghristmar'the" Jiolinan, w. M.'apringer, n. . jjepbu rn. of the Ohio Club of The Cincinnati In front of Regent Queen, is an Austrian, a foreign- H IJ Ward. W. . Phelps. J J Kit- IIKT. tho lectern was-- tho national shield,, con Thomas Ityan and P Dunn. The number tributed by tbo XondoUiClub, ofrioledo: er, haughty, supercillious, and not pop ot active and ot tuo lowerj Tbis design bad a background ot green, House present in addition to those nauiodt-faceblue flower,witb, with ular. Evidcntlvrthere wfc-JMBwn. vorv Inrnw tbo exception of a central monogram com -- 1. ancau ion tne jjous: The Governors of Indiana, Ohio, Illinois posed of the letters A. II. ' in pink, yel nnd Iventucby3vero present, 4ittnded by low and w hito rosebuds. Tho interior of 1 w t their staffsntPiumerpuif State officers. tbo church and chancel was brilliantly TflE New Orleans Exposition .Jsigrad Major General Schofield was tho chief lighted. When the casket had been placed in front nally getting into shape, and visitors representative of the V S army present. anHays and chuncel rail, arc increasing daily. Tho cold weather General "WilliamRutherford B.were distin- of tho '"Lord, let mo the choir tang tbo Tho T. Sherman know my end." them. . w as then read bv Itev. of the North will drivo many people guished guests, tho latter nccompanmg a lesson for tho dead .. Dr. Jenckcs. This was followed by tbo South for the winter, and by the last delegation from St. Louis. singing of tho hymn, "Lead, Heavenly SCENES ON THE sTHEETs. MUl'sT s.i ... of December New Orleans will be full of light" by tbo choir, tho audicnco The official and other notable delega- Rev. Dr. Jenckos, speaking from joining. wl tho lecC'tr.tir winter "sojournersandSitors from all tions were met on their arrival by local tern, delivered a touching sermon from admisand given tickets of polished Ma mo granite, thirty feethigb and sections of the country to the World's following text : sion to St. Paul's Episcopal Cathedral, to the f even feet at the base It was erected three "Finally, brethren, w Fair. be present at tho church services, and as- true, whatsoever thingshatsoever things aro j ears ago, w hen Mi . Hendricks was deemed aro honest, whatsigned positions in tho funeral column. soever things aro pure, whatsoever things to bo in failing health The lot contains The train arrivals swelled tho multitude lovely, whatsoever things are of good the grave of Morgan Hendricks, tho only The the death of tlie on tbo streets to an extent to impede the aio child bom to Mr. and Mrs Hcndruks, who and if if there bo any ordinary procTCss on all the chief thor- report, praise, think on virtue,things." tnero died m lJsil, in his third year. TLU grave Ist-M4 Phil, itwiUniake almost certain .the passage' oughfares. "Viilnot r- t presented a bo any these iihIm tbinl m flowers oj tbo was cnuiph s. during the coming session of Congress black1 mass of humanity hours tho irWhen tho peal:er hnd concluded, Mrs. friendsof th following widow Thegravo of some measure regulating the Presi- - services wero entered upon at St. Paul's, Doner, of Chicago, sang "ltock of Ages," opened to deposit nil that was mortal of long befpra the passage of the column Thomas A. Hendricks is the counter- P3$ dcn'tial succes.ionin caobf tiui death" fud window of it business blocks were tlin fllilmit f"lwl,if vvi1 li nrfloisc mtfl lfctm 'tho been 1ii'twin Tlin nvl.ft iir "then lifted ntid part of n mausoleum, having Lookrested on a borno from tho church, tbo nudienco le- - encased completely in stone or disability the President, and' filledsw'ithoc;upantfivrhe waiting multitude, which occupied appnr-rnt- l mauling seated. iiil: into tbo open grave, to me view to take the placo of the every vantage point along the broad During the progress of tho funeral column ' here w as only h bed of evergreens, smi ax thoroughfare. mid cut flowers, the stone im losuro having "awTiward, insullicient and unjust statute there was from ,. J? Perhapi the most effective draping is that slight tho bouse-t-o in the air which contin-a. been huel with these beautiful emblems. drift of sleet now regulating that matter. building, where wide o nt tbo in tho When tho hearso had halted nearthclot : Iwnds of black cover tho w all spuce of the. ued throughout the peiiod of services .mj tbo casket was borne to the grave, the ven; only tne doors and wm-- t Cathedral. ti erable Bishop Knickei backer preceding it The fate of the Chicago doctor who lirst storv. leaviuc a lino lior spot of whitjft In tho church cdifice.i , ; visible, not down and reading the erses for the dead, and e or'noxon toe maimed his family for life, and himself le'teves ice enure ounuing. after the lowering of tho casket. Rev. Dr .j where tho The County Was accorded to Hayes.his full .Tenches lead tho committal service, tho became insane over the use of cocaine, lay 111 .stato until" Monday' evening, beard and hair s"hdwinJftho whiteness of Bihor elnsmzr with prnver and benwlie- fchows that this new drug, which is nud the StateUouse, are tastefully draped, advantang ye,ars. lie sat immediately in tion. Only the widow and her supporteri less 111 to tne grave, uie remaining thought to contaim( iiejr a blessingCto bat to much much elaborate style, ow- inerenr ofinepews occnpva nvinovestryI npprracnedstanding off, silent spectators, more masivo ex- uud reception committee. In the pew ill-- multitude their ing jAxiV Mankind, alio holds a curse exceeding teriors A striking feature of tho drup-er- rectly in his rear wero Secretary Buard The head of tho funeral column entered is universal and other members of tho cemetery at 2.40. tho hearso reaching its horors. those ofj- morjihinc, chlqlist ot' a mto niateriaius 'a border, or their left were seated the committees from the grave at 2 JVl o'clock. The closing rites roiorm anu ether combined. Its very in bow.or rosettes upon the black. Ce- -' 'the Ur S. Senate and House OffcReprosenta- - j nt the grave wero performed a few minutes business houso on tives, wearing flowing sashes of power in the healing art shows what a gends are very f3w On thp after 3 o'clock. The procession was one Affiwlimftrin sfrpet. has nnrdv' a minutes ni their ncht shoulders, crape. the left sido demon it may becomeiwhen igejs- 'frttCjntJastfVthe lastjvords of tho dead with rosettes of black closed atImmediately hour and five rear of tho passing hadgiven only column point, nnd tho Vice President: l'onraits ot tho deceased. in their rear wero the officers of the U. & left the business portion of tho city a few S-V? '. bung in Army, in full all shrouded in j windows. The black, are profusely 111 muto of tho church uniform. On the north sido minutes before tho first division had apgeneral effect tells wero tho Governors ot tbo proached the cemetery. There are charcoal works at Grand eloquence of the high respect with w hich States present, with their staffs. TUE SCENES AT THE GUAVE Kajihls. Jiich-- j whichonsumeiOj.QQO, the people of Indianapolis regarded their THE ri'KEIIAL TliOCESSIOX. , Were impressive. There w as no special reof thetender sympa" The bells of all tho city churches began straint upon admittance to the cemetery, cords of wood yearly, and at which thy which niove them to thus try" to mitw ere taken hundred persons had gathered even the smoke is utilized ancLmanufac- - igate tho grief of her upon whom tho blow tolling when the remains their pealing from and severalgravo Wforo tho funeral jjartv of tbi National bereavement has fallen tho house, and continued the church dur- about the ing tho continuation of rites arrived. The body of the procession hail tureiljnochcmicajbybing blown-bw i$h heavies J fOrCe. and while the procession was on its lone disbanded after passing beyond the city immense fans into a purifier, from which LAST LOOK AT TUE XiCXO. march to Crown Hill Cemetery. There was limits, and only the military, with tho Mrs Hendricks entered fii it eventually comes in the form of an At 9 o'clock very littlo delay in tho movement of tho mounted escort, entered the cemetery. The lea neconinntiiM.i grout column when once tho distinguished space reserved nbout tho grave had only acid that is clear aS ambef. From the room for her last . -- ,. Ly hvLruther.ud-IijLaigiuiThe or- - people who had composed the church audi- been defined by placing a lino of plants acid are produced acetate"ot lime: alHence had been assigned their carriages. Its nnd evergreen twigs, which was quite suf, . ; formation had been completed during tho ficient to protect from intrusion. Just beuw, iar anu gas. j progress of the services in the- Cathedral. fore tbo head of tho column came up the S rt The column was preceded by a mount- crowed was pushed back further to giyo BJ!5r- It is asserted that the ed, iolicOy,. ecort, who wero fol- ample room to tho friends, who were asnumber 01. lowed' by tho , Columbus .Barracks signed the sido of the grave from where sheep is dimiawhing. in' Europe. IThij Band nnd the Richardson Zouaves, who im- tho column approached. This order was 3is attributed toinore land being brought mediately preceded the hearse. Tho latter cheerfully obeyed. When Mrs. Hendricks, leaning upon the was drawn by six black horses, wearing tho into arable cultivation and' cropped witli black paraphernalia worn by tho unimals arm of Mrs. Morgan stepped upon tho , roots mid forage plants." But the total attached to the funeral carwhichJburo the matting placed alongside the grave and beremains oi uencrai uraut io ims grave. ju fore the casket was removed from tho iamount'of meal? andavool 'does not ap cither side ot the hearse was a guard fr6m hearse, she paused to look down into the ' " pear 10 navcaccreaseu. lbec observa the Indianapolis Light Infantry, carrying last resting placo of her dead, only to seo a J " ' tions sapply especially to Franca" sinct .their guns at tho position of "reverse picture of lovliness in its lining of green t "p ' .arms." An escort of citizens, composed of leaves and flow ers. Then sho turned to tho Tliere has bc(jnj any her C, Oscar B. Hord, "William Hender&on, Gen gravo of with child, which hail been bade mented consumption, but then alsa, tbe a coveringof smilaxandflow-ereral Fred Knefler; Aqnlla Jones, James H. glorious nnd read in letters of white his baby ! Rice. V. T. Malott and General James R. - TMlliil.itinti hns inrfsutfl. . fCarnahart.. Immediately in tho rear of the name, "Morgie," und on the top of thegrave, ." .bearsb were tho Rico Guards and straight on a field of white, in purple letters, tho i) .Spain is only-live TVlfloe Wcifl, lrwvil ?iiilitflrv pomwinips- jQueex irKitciuEs, cord shall not sentence, "And a three-folipft bo broken." Tho tender love which sho Qpccu motlie.r is years old' aud-thTHE FUNERAL CAK i'V Occupied a central position in tho second discerned in this treatment of her treasure tlievo ja a Kegent. It is tioyyaid-tha- t by sympathetic friends, seemed to give her the four grand divisions. trying, and thn desolate ofThe first grand division was in lino ready courage for the last ordeal. Her tlanco iproJS,0'" y of ajposthnmoy s heir, and that deal was ra woman 'scorned to .bo then caught the monument decorated with cas-kwhen the new heir is'a male." .KovAlfv .lnnkes" clintiiiRto tbrltttt totb utterly prostrated, for tho forward movement church. tho was tho National flag enveloping Te-Hko--clay . was carried from the It 3 nllers Jiidden forever from her view, so soon to be wiioscuiooa is doubtful, and impres- composed of State military; companies, portrait of her uusiiand lacing tta grave, e it sed wttir'the appearance of the marching independently, all officers dis- and she turned with the bravery of heroism dead. S?lm desired, to preserve this last mounted. The Busch Zouaves of St. Louis to witness the last rites. 61 "'ftcUbn. Thc :rgc getting tdd'cnTighr'- - cPne, so, lato asit was. sh6 sent for a pho- was tho only company appearing in tho There had been no rainfall far n brief period, but the sky was low cringA Just as ened to much longer tolerate the riilic- - tographer to take a picture of the casket. Be- lino from outside tho State. fore he arrived Holpirations . from Iu tho second grand division,, following tho coffin was placed beside the gravo f) ulotis idea that- - there is airy special UIMUIIl ti CUICS ftmn thei heaiie, came a carriage containing theroJwas a slight sprinkling of rihj causTJl egan many saying, "Blesscioval-bloo- th noUlw ajWVnernytUd 10 irav through and- Mrs." Thomas A. Hendricks, Mrs. S. W. ingaro the to recall tho old ram rs.;nennn , dead whom the ed lie to puoioKrajmri- (Morgan, Jlr. and Mrs. Fitzliugh Thornton. Tho Columbus Barracks Band Lfy .Xlonc: bWore theineoplc otercrv, cointrt at this point " -"' J11MM irKiX80 meinuors vl vTho nicceedinir twelvo carrioces contained - J"" '1 played the American hymn and tho readin,Europa will assert'tlie" right to, eiect - tho. vaqBet. Jadees tot tbn supreme relatives and near friends. " the service QuintdtMr9iteni WaBbinjrton entered Hhyes occupied the next carnage, and was ing ofleaned morefollowed. Mrs. Hendricks 'llpaf(-'rlHfftrlheavily uponir. MorfoTrBdetained a few followed in regular order by the members only minutes bv the uroeoco "it wnb 11 o'clock of tho Cabinet, U. S. Senators nnd Repre- gan, resting her head at last pon his Bisnop M. M. Tukner, of tho Afri .when thn". casket wa bravely was replaced und tho sentatives. Governors and staffs, U. S. shoulder, but her can aietnonist episcopal uuurcii, re- stream 01 visitors again passed by and out Judiciary ex-- S. Senators and Represen- maintained. While the service was read the through ttyo U. S. military officers, cently whilp 'ordahfing number of par.--, thfepallbefHresido door. Shortly' after this tatives', Indiana, followed by tho State offi- sional Committee, the members o! CongresPresidents the Cab,an$f ed. Tho draped hearso cers of sons to deacons' order in North Caroand tho carriages for tho family and friends .and Faculties of 'universities and colleges, inet and other distinguished visitors stood upon tho other side of the grave.,The words i. door, and the oi cities anu oiuer tivii lina',' was'surprised'to lirtd?iniong"theBef weravjuarshaled before tho tho of the clergyman were now and then 1 5e prejwirations pimadc for . , 5j a'female.JJ He paused & rabfiHMifc nnd W n.Ai.nMUL or tue boot. Tho third division was composed of all drowned by the sound of tho mianto guns, organizations. It wa"s pre- which kept firing until after thefcterment then proceeded in Iter ca.se as in the Thi was done without further leavetak-in, organi- was over. ceded by tho local pip police and military kept the When the Sarali "Ar Illnghesy others. "Slie zations, follow ed by theinarching political the grave bycoffin had been lowered into in ass qf. peoplo i always respectablelittle cavalcado clubs, which had taken part in tho recent the colored assistants of tho of Raleigh, a bright mulatto, well edu- out ofithq wyj;,ad tbo undertaker, and there was nothiag remainmoved "quietly "with its military escort Presidential campaign. ing to be done for the placing tf&ie 8tone, cated, and said to be a good preacher. throuch The fourth Tgrand division was made up Cathe- filling of the grave wa to be atof local municipal organizations, including and thoby the cemetery '.. denselv lini sireets to tho fv She will tnjoy 1he "distinction 'of ;arai orsEfpgfci fort4- - ,. ,. tho Firo Department, with their steamers tended cr moment's pause, and the silence iras broken tha,tirst colored;feriiale preacher in the I SERV. ICES UT THE CHURCH. heavily draped. v fc. ' Tio caskefTwa? borne Into tho church nt The column tookflp its line of march at only by the minute gun. TheBiUrB. HenWorld. She has lilread' filled several dricks and the friends of the fasily T$cd 11 MO o'clock, tho vast congregation having 12 :43 p. tn., but its. progress w as retarded ppointitjouts, a? pastorJ" . . , f,! . already been- eattfl.with the exception or in tbo business district owing to tho block- tho still open, but not repellanVjrraVe, and ading crowds, which far outnumberedthe took their carriages. tho church Go from homo to hear the news is 'the immediate relatives and four (in num- moving- - column. It proceeded slowly The peoplo who had wafted "a The officiating clergy, flocked great a following extract from ber, Bishop Khickerbacker, of this diocese; thrangu tho street. masses of peoplo on nearer view. Tho military order illustrated jn the Tho military organiForward Row Dr. Strrfellow. of ilontgomcry, Washington s'Berlin paper: "It is increditable to Ala,, thofirst'rector of St. Paul, and under zations attempted to march with company march, started the soldiers hoaeVard, tho A r,,.it,n r, vu a.l.nn mrrf ,n ,AT 3 whose ministration 3Ir. Hendricks joined front, but wero repeatedly compelled to carriages rapidly rolled away, asd the disCkUWUIVUb WXiatf nvm.ilinMf JklAlGliltW H,hOyMLiZ Louis, n break into columns of fours and move by tinguished dead was left alone. T 'resort to gain a p6int dyer a competitor. thchurck;R.!br. Fulton, of St.Rev. Dr. tho flank. The carriages wero driven three Among those who have borne tomelking formerxecUMCoftiraurs, and ordinary sorrow the this Three eatable papers, printed on sugai Jenckes, the present rector, in their robes abreast. ' The movement was slow, pro- - moro than the the rector, Mr. Jaachec- bereavement is - 1 of office, met tho remains at the main en- bands playing dirges, making the cakes llattencd out, appear at present, in trance of the Cathedral on Illinois street. (TPSS Bt rimes inmost iiu;ei.euuiu w opservea mac aunng the mdbnTot mnrcrAH rt ure ifv.yunnnn Trriil- - his brief address his Tolce - . km ones America; fo on rolled chewing tobacco, Preceded by a guard of tho Indianapolis uuui 41.a nnlnmnf- .""-- e ,i f5.-- 1 lUD."'"M:iepronoani ".'." """ !... t ti Light Infantry the body was borne up the ian street, a broad ana uanosomo avenue ed his farewell, the word becaA one on poroiw plaster, five oh almost a to- the entrance to tho beautiful' central aisle, the clergymen and mem-le- leading TTtll fsimainr-. 'I'h nnrtntrn mnvwl wail of grief. Tears were seen to Ktart fa seven oa, linen handkerchiefs.., Three of tho vestry .going" in advance. 7 eyes, voiced tho oiiby the handsomo"homis of the wealthy. vaau iini as J and sobs were audftfe in differv "poblisJve8rhaeeach of Bishop Knickei backer iiiw ia.ii uin I ai sidewalks were filled them opening sentence of the burial service, wiiosn rindows and standing respectfully. intensifed as that iiiiirn. photogrAphfeU'yaarly, several pve thrilling eol, Rock "' throngs fol "I am tho resurrection and tho life," Ful- with greattborougbfaro ttretched out into Ages," was bung. k free burial, five invite theiu to dinncx lowed by Rev. Drs. fitringfollow and Tho broad We of city, beyond entel oce a wceki and 251 gli eacb a doc- ton in their recitation of the other verscB the countrythe head the limitscolumthocame prising aro under obligations to thVott, ot and prghtly EttnU of the read for the dead, until the casket had been and wbon tor'! ertificaU." cemeterv. a mile dii- - Cincinnati, icr im uso oi nf tha carried and placed outside the cbt&cel. ATt ViW The grtftt auwt&cs stead while tk teprev Uatt th IcdiauRpolli Light Artillsr7 b I tratlo&s Hun rnn A ?,.- - "Tl ft g ''wr - g fuo I ' ? a . . 1 - ..,, it-- vice-rres- i- - , I to-da- y ...... 11 " X Mk. 1111- , fi ei - , 1 Agri-"'cnltur- al hand-som- o & ai;S18O-,OOO,0O- 1' -- PSiiODJlSUii. I .n. - a d - nt i33bj p I m ply of .cold edibles for her husband, and COUKhS, S0e TlHOat, InfulfflZa, constantly importuned, finally. told liini that ho could help himself L" tho" madman" imnrisoned. Even uul"" u...Mlf flammatiGnS, RhEonalisci, Nsurans, declaring his whenever he wns hungry. He took injaUhodidnot desist from attracted the 'dolnsion," which one day Headache, Tootnacne, Asthma, lunch down town nnd went home to attention of a British nobleman, who heanl Do Cause's story, and developed his discov dinner. As he tells the story, lie found told error steam power chauges in the entire list. We quote 1SS4 chicken, cold butter, cold pic cold AlfgreatdiscxTTprIpinrn nt first derided. Seven years ago c man yet under middle j I IU I'ALS. tobacco ns follows for ny one SL FFLI; packmilk, cold salt, cold mustard, and sevbcj i.iihi Dy n uusiness wnicu coverea tlikmect nted ages : eral other cold dishes, but with all that tho continent, found himself ewldonlr, READY RELIEF RADWAY'S Dark and Heavy. he was not entirely satisfied and hunted strchen down. When his physicians F&id Iiitrleu. . . $3 7iV i W I 3 75a 4 50 high and low for Trash cNo. At recovery was impossible, ho used a new dis jti n SCKK CUKE forErw Poln. BprjJIiu. .something 4 2T,fS 4 SO 4 'ZftX. 4 50 covery, which, like Common lugi.. in th? Fl t nd U tho first hu did not know what it was, but had been opposed all advances tho science, It 5 l74 C 00 Medium lugs ... ... 5 tors sr. school bitterly by 5 7:& C i'j Oood lups 6 iVa 0 75 finally concluded that he wanted bread. men. Nevertheless, it cured him. and out mo'l excruciating palps. 7 00& 7M 7 04 7 50 "He Common leaf. cures Conation., waetnerof knew there was some in the house, of gratitude therefor he consecrated a part S (WC 9 00 8 .Well 00 Medium leuf . his wealth to tho spreading" of its merits the uSpi. TtomacU. BoweKor wbergUnd or organs of Good leaf lOWteH 50 13 Jl' 00 but ho could not find it. Final' he before ter A0 hllTt"" "spoonful la hslf 3 ttrmblcr of tb hisSuch in 13 ivstij 00 Fancy leaf.... 17 C0i21 Oil to teleirranh his wife, for he tory ofthe world. safe cure, brief ishas won( which Warner's " Till Jn a few minute cure tramp. ji''-.rrplcneii, cpuld not lie without bread. Accordilrarthurn. perto tuo testimony ot eminent DUrrhtes. Dyscnterr. Citc i'Ui Miscellaneous Item. 6IcK ile. is the sons tho most deserved reputation ever ingly a telegram asking "Where HI Internal piln. The sentence of Geo. Strickland, who bread?" was dispatched. to any known compound, and which lencr aad is finally winning on it3 merits alono tho to havo been hung on tho Tth, wns Malaria in Its Various Forms. was The wife rcreiu-- it iu ihe mUNi of a practicommuted to imprisonment for life, number of lathes, and it frightened her approval of the most conservativeglole. There not s rtmedUf! fjrent in the world that wilt Strickland killed his colored mistress, Bet-ti- e noarlv to death. With the cr, "1 know tioners. Its fame now belts tho W1 br K a The Herald. nd other fever &! J J. Hall, at Jellico, in April, 1W. is it is bad news; I know Mr. IJ JFIfly crnt. .er bottle.. Jolu bydrnnUt. husband is so poetic," said Dr. RADWAY'S SARtAPARILLIAN SOLVENT The liquor house of J. B. Crabfelter, at killed," she fell in a faint. All the Louisville, was closed by tbo Sheriff re- ladies present cried for sympatln. and one lady to another in a So enth street For the euro of all Scrofulou, Stta and r?toodDt-eaiccently on nn execution in favor of tho a most lugubrious eeiu' presented it- car the other day. "Have voit cer tried . liniment, DR. RADWAY'S PILLS, German National Bank. self whtn the man of the house haj rubbin' his jints with hartshorn g of the stonwh. Liters Tor the eure of all mum?'' interrupted a ojd hy Drmrglt. centg a Bowel, etc a5 Ciukles Axie, a waiter in a Louisville pencil in. "What's the matter here?' at her restaurant, wus knocked down and roblod he asked. "Mrs. H's husband has been woman with a market-baskon tho street in broad daylight. His in- killed and she has fainted." was the l. feet, who was sitting at her elbow and 11 .straightjuries aro liable to prove fatal. How do Mm know?" he asked. overheard the remark. "That' 1 is en him out as quick as anvthing know Oh, she got a telegram." "Where The other evening, at Smith's Mills, a of, if he hain't got it too "bad. - Washsmall village twelve miles south of Hender- it?" "We haven't opened it et." Imagine the ecene when the smpi-theti- e ington Republic. son, two respectable fanners, named John Leo and Henry McClannhan, quarreled creatures read the message. In Tears Teach. Moro Than !ool. because the hitter's pigs trespassed on Leo's about an hour the reply was sent bark Among other valuable lessons impart ed UH. H- - 3EC BOIaSr land. During tho quarrel Leo shot nnd in- to him: "You mean thing. It's in the by this teacher is tho fact that for a very Specialists for Eleven Years treated Dropy and Its complications" Jth enwhere I hi! long timo Dr.Pierco's "Golden Medical Dis- - Have wonderfuUucccM; use Teitetable remedies, the stantly killed McClanahan. At last ac- bread-bo- x under tbo piano. covery" has been tho ntinco of liver co rrect- most counts tho murderer was at large, but a it from the cook." Cincinnati Sun. harmless Keniore aU symptoms of dron?y la Vives and blood purifiers, being tho house- - tirely to twenty days. eljihi posso was scouring the country for him. Cure patients pronounced hopelcs By the best of liyelclan. aWo couBultinjr physician to tbo rich. Loo vn woolen mills, Adnlrs lllo, buTncd rapidly disappear. f in the first doe tne The man w bo sued a railw a com- patient, nnd praised by nil for its mngnili-cen- t andmmten Cays W least oi an sympionH arc from unknown origin. Loss, service and efficacy in all diseases of a remuted. pany for 600,000 damages and got '200, , . . , Ssoruemaycry liutaDOS wunoui raowuiz anyimng James O. Heuvei's three tenement bouses, on "being asked what he would do with chronic nature, as malarial poisoning, aLout it. KememUer. it do not cost yoa anything io of tbo respiratory nud digestive syscause; so much money, replied-- . "1 am going Nieholasville,burned from accidental merit of oar trcstmrnt for yourself, la hver disease and in all cases whero rlite thethe difficulty of hreatalna- Is relieved, tho Cays JIJ.OiX); insured. to purchase the best mule the money tems of an alterative remedy is indicated. ten rmil:ir. tlit nrlnarv rtrcana made to discharge nnl uso FivEnow distilleries will begin operations will bin,, and present it to the judge tho their full duty, r'.eep Is restored, the swelllpg all or made around nearly gone, the streSTt h Increased. andappetlte stand- in Rockcastle County in January. trnruK u nam constantly- cnrlnircasex of Ion? who presided and charged the jury to TuzRE is Held for roam antsIndependloir, cases that have been tapTI a number of times. many a sugar barrel. Marathon revival at Dntivillo closed give Mich a verdict. y. Y. Graphic. The Methodist and the paUent declared nr blc to lire a week. Giv ent. nisiory with over one hundred additions to tho uiw iuii badly or case. r.ame sex.bow ivng uuacicu. how swollen and where, are t it costive. baTe church. Younc Men, Head Till. less burned and dripped water. Send for free pamBurk-heaetc. of Prussia where The Voltaic Belt Co., of Marshall, Mich., phlet, containing testimonial', questions,mull jx The dairymen Patents for Kentckians: Henry A hi. Tun mj a Iiuatma., fnmlllil i vu.'j iiiiw. V cu .., c Hurdm Springs, coupling for railroad fanning seems to struggle under quite offer to send their celebrated (tits) iiosltl vely i:iilleiyiitauiiiiikiuiuruu cured. stamps to pay If you other Electric Appliances postage. irarr trial, send iu cents in Belt and days, to rail; John W. Hawkins, .Munfordsville, to- :s great a depression now as in Great JI. II. (;KEStOS.1, 3S. SJ.. Britain are fighting artificial butters on trial for 30nervous men (young or old) bacco plant setter. Si tlunes Avenue, JkUauto, On. uouiiuy, iossoi vitalafflicted with Cloveiu'out is torn up over tho question and demanding that the Government ity and all kindred troubles. Also many othwhether hogs shall bo allowed to run on the compel the makers to call their goods Wayne, Du Page Co., Ulinois, by their right names. er diseases. Complete restoration to health, streets. vi"or,and manhood guaranteed. No risk inIMPORTED FROM FRANCE HAS Tin: Standard says that the special iostal curred, as SO days' trial is allowed. Write rerchennllnre'c!nedat 3,&OU,00O. lake eoiiiprising l'Jfi acres, on thematoncofor illustrated pamphlet, free. delivery amounts to practically nothiug iu which lncladea skbsiit v Long Island, has been drained, and it3 Paducab GENT OF ALL HORSES must bo able to be 'round if one 70 PER religious meetings sandy bottom is beieg leveled, and old 0"E The protracted Whof purity r,f blood Is estaWi'licd hr pedigTeesrf throucbout tbo State continue to increase stumps pulled up, for the purpose of wishes to keep square. pordMl InthePerchercn Stud.Bcok cf France, tho only Stud Ikxjk ever puWiihtd in ihAtcuuoUgr, nud success. All over tho Stuto establishing an iiumenso marsh for the in numlter I'llo Tumors EVER IMPORTED TO AMERICA. papers aro speaking of tho great work of irrow. th of cranberries. .V. Y. Sun. however large, speedily and painlessly STOCK ON HAKD: grace in progress. without knife, caustic, powder or cured for ointment. Consultation free. "Write letTwo highwaymen accosted John Lee on about to pamphlet audreforencos. enclosinpiwo A Washington man Itrporled Bro4 Bares tho public road in lower Allen County tho be married was so embarrassed ter stamps for reply. World's Dispensarv other morning, putting their revolvers to that he cSOO Medical Association, CC3 iluiu Street, But' put a cigar in his his faco and demanded his money. Leo mouth ImpcrttiStallions requested to "join falo, N. Y. when Old crouch for gave them all ho had. Tho roblers left hands.' It was removed by theclcrgy-man- . 0 " is the injudicious adSrvU. " OniiEK rapidlj- without further molestation. Leo Washington Star. vice suspendtd before certain coal offices. . 123 COLTS lives at Logan and had been workingat his JSoiton Transcript. Two years old and - uncle's, stemming tobacco ami was on his , jTjttflEeT. - pa ? y ItertHmlilmr the tirltv he A 'irlatMeiuphi horsewhipped way to Bowling Green to take tho train for and n euro sure. JtCx IIelief i3 immediate, by all lntrlli- f2S. prospective father-in-lafor endeavor- - Piso's Ileruedy for Catarrh. 50 cents. home. eent breeders lout, how r" IP ever rll bred snlrejJmay be oft the break j Iris thought that when tho full reports mir to induce hi sUn to solemn warn are not raid to lJf tliclr This looks like a "Wnns silence reigns is it necessary to reoorticJ. ther should be Talul cnfV'as t'ndf , I will of tho corn crop in this State is in, it will union Imported ttock at irrail prices vrben I rannot ll all enrrv an umbrellal Ta'mer Journal. 1SS5 to ing for tin young man. rnuaaeipnic undoubtedly show the corn crop of terlfled by tbe fumUh with the animal mu, orlgtnat Krench cerrtnrite of lt number and record In Call. bo one of tho largest ever harvested. Mod Iiook ot TnnX: 10t.pHrr tbo Catalnsne ent free Wayne. Ills.. In 31 miles Da. Sutton was accidentally shot and cstot Chicago, en the Chicago & orUi,Wtstcrn Itj. On tho bill of fare of a Western hotel severely wounded while squirrel hunting op is regularly printed these Mi;rgifttivc near Lew lsburg, Logan County. feet eight lines: "In Koine, gluttony became so An Arctic owl, meusuring four UNPARALLELED-- OFFER ! inches from tip to tip of its wings, was excessive that it' was repressed by law TRADE VrH MARK. j killed in Simpson County by Mr. William Hear this in mind." Chicago Mail. I 1 A Madman's" Legacy. Diroi" exclaimed a man in the homely The other day a young housewife- left garb of a mechanic to Richelieu, Prime Minof Franco, her home in the city to spend a few days ister Sire, as ho was ;entering his pal aco : which I havo mado with .several lady friends in Hampton. shall ITlako rich nml mvil: discovery 1i!1. !, ifm Ucfore going she provided a good sup shall develop it Sire, will you give ihi eu A Woman and a Telegram. MIDWAY'S nf READY Hi Ki id RELIEF j encts xsn vke'htb Difficuii Breathing. ib. con-elud- ed s att-nvr- h. ! " --- i. crs beefy-lookin- et !. re-p- -- DROPSY G-ItBE- rt. gymr-tom- s two-inir- a nil-nie- - m - d, .4 ELECTno-Voltai- - 140 7 JSM!& - SLA-r- . m c w UK EST ;-- - M' Pert-hero- il ReoStar Absolutehl ""patterns any size. ? . l Miller. w -- es Vice-Preside- nt a. tt-- l i " -- of-bdt- h e - Vice-Preside- tho-cburt- b pot-offic- . f . i " t'ourt-house- re-ma- y, jn - t I T - X r1 jr' X lf.J I fellow-townsmnn,n- y z. 'f, - - - fi . - fzfi 1 '"'J j.. .jSl -- -- s, j--r cs: s d e 5S,r' -- et -- T- 'J -- life-Kk- i - i- .eifwixulfeSESit.SSJ&t:- ?". te nt self-contr- s om-ciaV- , -- The little duugbter of Henderson SimA recent writer sas women should mons, of Edmonson County, by falling not become addicted to the habit of into tho fire, was so badly burned that tho weeping, because it i sure to make flesh fell from her limbs. However, there them look old before their time. V. Y. aro some hopes that she w ill recover. Journal. Govekvoh Knott has received the resignation of Hon. Austin Peaj as Senator of It will cost Barnum $2,000 to itufl the Sixth district, composed of the counties Jumbo. It has cost him a thousand Tony, who of Christian atid Hopkins. Mr. times that amount to stuff the public -is of Christian County, will remove temCurrent. porarily to Clarksville, Tetui., where he Chicago has bceu appointed to the office of Tobacco Inspector by tho Board of Trade of that Fifteen swords worn by Garibaldi city. at various periods of hi& campaigns are Mas. Judge Joei'h H. Lew is, of Franklobe nlaceil in this Canitol at Hoitui. fort, and a number of other charitably dis"ncts for Families. posed ladies aro interesting themselves in In order to cook your hare, you must alan effort to give tho convicts a grand spread on Christmas day. It is asked of ways first catch it. It is much eusier.to catch a cold than to anyfriends throughout theStntewho would catch a hare. bo willing to contribute to this benevolent To get rid of a cold, always use Red Star purpose that they send donations to tho Cough Cure. enre of Mrs. Lewis, either in cooked pro To get Red Star Cough Cure, only revisions the day before tbo dinner, or m cents. money, which, as well as uncooked pro- quires twenty-fivvisions, should be sent at least ten days Advice to butchers If a man refuse to earlier to guarantee their use on tho ocpay his bill for mutton suet. Chicago Tribcasion. une. The following nnmed Postoffices in KenSkit Francisco Excursions, in connection tucky havo been abolished : La Rue, Clay with the Chicago, Burlington & Quincy County ; Marshall, Caldwell County ;Oriska, Railroad, are to leave Chicago and Peoria La Hue, County; Orlando, Rock Castlo on the following dates, and by the followRock County, Pitchnrd, Graves County; ing routes. DecUtb,viaC.,B.&Q.R.R., Haven, Meade County; Saffron Hill, Breckto Kansas City, and thence via Atchison, C, inridge County; Wages, Clay County, and Topeka & Santa Fe R. R.; Dec. 15th, via via B. & Q. R. R. to Kansas City, thence Wicks, Christian County. Missouri Pacific By.; Dec. l.th, via C, B. Geouoe McLicaiiLiN, Richard White, & Q. R. R. to Council Bluffs, and thence via Jacob Boyd and John Martin, tho circus ITninn Pnciflc Rv. Chicago employes who brutally assaulted aud Is The rate for the round trip from tickets $113.15, from Peoria $103.75, and Bagdad, esrobbed four young men near are good six months. caped from the penitentiary at Frankfort early tho other morning by letting themThe thermometer gains notoriety by deselves down with a blanket rope, after they grees, so to speak. had knocked a large stone from tho prison Df Urate Disease walls, through which they crept. of either hex, however induced, promptly, James Se, a well known negro laborer, thoruughlv and permanently cured. Send illustrated w as murdered by unknown parties near the. threo letter stamps for large Medical AsKentucky River, and his body was thrown treatise. World's Dispensary sociation, Buffalo, . Y. over the "cliffs, where it was found. Ho had his weeks' wages when last fifteen dollars, hams. PittsSweetmeats Sugar-cureseen. The Coroner's jury rendered a verburgh dict of murder by nn unknown hand. An axe was found near tho body besmeared PiKE'sTooTHACHEDaor9curDlnlminutc,25c Glenn's Sulpliur Soap heals unS beautifies. 23c with blood. Judgo John E. G erma-- Corn Remover kills Corns Bunions. TlEunfiitiTS renominated Cooper, of Morgan County, for Circuit! A pevter pot may be made of printer's district, and zinc. Pittuburgh Chronicle. Judge in tho name Col. Z. M. Day as their candidate for TnET say tho Folding Sawing Machine N Prosecutor of Wolf County. See advertisement in this paper. immense. John Plus gave himself up atLouisville, V m iGiciAS who can eat fire is easily satconfessing the killing of his brother-in-laisfied. He's a light eater, you know. ChiC. C. Btonestreet, near Lagrange, adding cago JfaiL that ho "had to do it." Believed they setfeud in a duel, lie tled their THE MARKETS wo tuVen to tngraiiKv. Bob'Smitu is held at Nicholasvillo as one S, ISSj. Cincinnati. of tho wanton murderers of John Sea, his ) o3 M LIVESTOCK stepfather. e ss Choice Butchers ItiO L.L. Dorsev, Louisville, &old Epaulet, HOGS Common. . ... &3 S6 Oood trotting stallion, for $22,500 to Robert SHEEP-Go- od Packers.. 35D .' Kt to choice. Steele, Philadelphia. 1 IW LOUR Family.. -l & Calvix Tiptox killed Constablo GKAtN & W No. 2 rod Howard, near Sandy Hook, to &. ST . mlitfl Corn Xo-31', escape arrest for forgery. Still out. Ct. Oat No. 2mlM'0 tt fc 66 Rjc-- No 2. It is said that a number of cattle have HAY Timothy No. Ti) Cil3 0Q 11 killed themselves in Butler county by eat- TOBACCO Common I.ti- SlJ lie. 9 31 ing green acorns. Itltvi flit WB . . , Gooil Mediums PROVISIONS-Po- ik ilwof the Lej Hon. L- - Cosneb, Lunl from Shelby County, went to nUTTER-Fan- cyPrime Dairy IS st, is islaturo J &. 1 33 Ohis Crcamprj' Louisville the other day with a largo 76 I Gl . amount of money in his possession. He is. APPI.F.S Prime ban el. 165 I .VJ POTATOES-per mysteriously missing. NEW YORK A Catholic fair in Bowling Green yield, FLOUR-St- ate l)J (3.550 and V.st,.rn -o d Jiteel Enyrar-ing'Illustrated with Original Oil Pictures. s, I'UotogravurrM and D EMOREST'S "T" THE BESI the Of all Magazines. Free from Opiates, JJmctics and 1'oUotu SAFE. SURE. PROMPT. 5Cts. JUeh copy of "Deacrcsfs Mctthtf lararfne" enn-ta- la A Coopon Order, entitling the hoUtr to the wlection of any cattern Ulntrated!ri the faihien deraitmtBt lo that number. In any of the tlzcs manofacturtd. t- -t I..M.K.r &nitin7 the eotiooti vita a twoent ftainp for pottare. will recelye by rtturn QiU. a erajtfeie raUer3.of the tat and tlad they may stltct. containing the order. from the Uaj-uiper year. lDdudla? twelre full tlie. cut pattercs. of sires , aid tint's selected. rattera Send t wecty cet-t-s for the current tcniber wluiyear and yoo vUl certainly subscribe fcr a Coopoa iad get ten t.mcs Its Tilue. VoU KJ Sold Till. IIURLU A.vo.rLrR ro. niLTi.ioiir.HD. ONLY TWO DOLLARS V;.Jenn!nRsDerrorejt,PiA'lsh:r,t7E.!4lhSI.,NewYcrV. bv ill yfTsJeilersatdPpsUn.se"- - Ibt & 5--- ) f&i VIVi GERMANMEDr For Pain iur.ciuni.Ea Cures Rheumatism. Neuralgia, lifiI Mxr - These JJiscs represent aBb the BT opposite &. i.wtUK iuiultuucup. is iuujcci io s.ril.s. liml. vtrelr. PJtlCE. TIFTV CKT. I.T DECOOISTS AXI 1KALR3. Bsrlsrke, llfdik, TmIUHu, for Coughs,.'CoId and Sore Alleviator of Consumption, and of pretit bercflt in most cases of 3yspepsitt. Xhex are tho result of over forty years' experiencein compounding COCOK VCKXT.T'IXS. Retail prl.e IS cent, per quurtcf puunJ. TOR MALK 1IY ALT. TO THE MEMBERS OF THE TAMILIES OF (IEWASE OF Drops Capsicum Cough Throats, an IMITATIONS.) - sides of B. H. DOUGLASS SONS' Coughs, Groups Whooping Cough. in eiery lanu VAN V 4HIBal vJeSfia- -i EaWv ? MT The undenlpned havlni? for tho lection of u ." compilation or peneaiopy. or iamur Van Voorhee s fsmUy of wli'ch all luu abo e named receiver roin. branches are members, n ouldbe liappj- to not m.embvrs of the nboYO families. hh bom he nas ana Ttft corretondeil. any records of births, deaths mamace.. a. far back as obtainable, that would enable tilmtOKlvethelrfamllles a proper representation in his forthcomlns wor. He will send on application, . to any tnembcrot the'amlly. free of espenw-- a cbari of the three nrt peneratlons of tho i ainllv In thl. coantry. with a circular conrernlnsr the fiirtpcoraini: wort. E. AV. Vam VooRnts, li9 East 3U St. J. . tlty. VORIS. or VOORH13, ormany year In the colspent VOORHEES, or VOORHEES, arnssssfrglMay XN" Ttyiori Chtrckte Remedj of Swest Gum and Mullein. The S"cet Gnm from atreettf the same name crow-In- c in the Sonfh. combined with a tea made from the Mullein plantof theold fields. For sale by all drus-El.- n tt 'i.1 cents and Sl.oorerbott!e. VAX.Tlt A. TJlY1.UK. Atlanta. Osi. a. jwjiiw DnmwTioiB-PBHsaBaJHVBBaV . att Chronide-Ttlegrap- h. ooNSTjaiPTiou: TIME TAKE TITErR PAKTIVriTO UtlCAnl DALR) African (Xegro). ' MKlJKyJsssssss'aaai f v Wolf-Morga- n Head. "...uCatarrH Kiitsm KtTAMBrW3l Cleanses rir.DUJl Inflammation. WsPoiArLvWl FEVEHI Ileal 9 tho Sores. the wt Thoronphly tested. One. man sawed 75 cords In 9 y. Saw tree dotm. hoars, did It order secures exclusive tcrrttorr. Write for terms. BairinglUelune Co.. 3i Frankliif 6t. Clucaco. loldinB lie lint Allays the assW UAt. ;rau:'H Ho Rope to Cut Off Horses' Manes. Ufieoratea "x. a.isr.-KKasd JIKinLE Comclned. any horse. Samcan not be slipped by nlflllaltFrtoanrnartor the U.S. free, on receipt of HI. Sold by all Saddlery, Hardware and Harness Dealers. Sneclal discount tothd Trade. riTSend for VrlcerLlstJ - iia.j- ww WIS j.C. I.iouTnoT;i,Kocnester.Y. well-know- n Filestores r Cattlc-Comuiiii- iiM T Senses of Taste, Smell, Hearing. A Quick Kellef. A Positive Curc-- y H I CURE i tss VSX. H Mont-gome- ry Wbeat-LotijrlM- i'- 2. A rsrtlcle Is applied Into each nostril; is agreeable to nse. Price 50 cents rfrmalloratDrnrals's. Sendfor circular. ELY BROTHERS. DmcsUts. Owesro. N. i . BfrAr AY fctVtff -- core 1 oo not ravan Mrftlv to slop Uiem lor Wben a time and then bars thm ntarn sal- - imiran a na I hare mads tbo dlssas or FITS. Ei.i.ras ealcsro. . JwarrantinT or raIJ.raoSICMB9H-loSWdJresedr to care tbo worst esa Boeaase others Bsts faBlsnoreasaRBoinrelTiaeeore. lnfslllbl Bottto ot ray one for trslso and a rsmedjv 61ra Ksprsasasd Post omen, ft ecu joJ FITS! H fi "dt nctluscforoferlal.aaillwllleare.TmL Pbcs Bemedy for Catarrh lathe Beat, Easiest to use, and Cheapest. I er -- -. g. non-milita- Irish-Americ- f12i i'Iiss an curi-oust- m -- sm- " f ., - - ves-tr- yt to-t- he graTtot wioect-fuUythe- n r- - ''f ; fly-pape-r,- rs - " ," . fili lJii mm James Revell, manager of Harris' Mu penm, Louisville, embezzled $2,000 and skipped for Canada. shot anu Jonx Gilmam, a fatally wounded Jacob Sehaney in an uptown dive at Louisville, a few nights ago. ThW were drinking and quarreled. A colored man at Paducab, who has bMB masquerading as a woman, was ars mted in that city the other night. "ftPH011' fever has invaded the schools h the Ticinity of Cold Springs, Campbell County, and five of Mr. Voglo's children Alt now prostrated with this serious ail went. (J, C Stoxestkeet and John Ellis, of La. grange, settled an old feud with pistoK The former was killed. mills fas flouringcapacity located in Louisvillo for manufacturing Joat "hrt 050 barrels of flour daily. fjios. Gilbodt, a brakeman on a Ken. lucky Central freight train, fell from ths car aud over the KlMr'i BUtion. top of bar-keepe- ed 1,200. GRAIN Wheat No. 2 Uueu Corn No. 2 mixed . Oats mixed .. PORK Mess LARD Western steam.. CHICAGO. is. (f. 2v a No.2rel . 9 fcf'iM0 25 , :n it :yj M 43 base E all! I CARDS. J Llawsoit Boston. CASD CO. 3eadclie,HJvFTtr.AcH(0cnts. Also food Or Cold tn the Head, H' g rellered acd many cured. letHoanew,anau:eu ituncrt B itnanlisis of Vienna. Anstrla. Describe min Tourcase. lncOostoa 6c Inatamr forreplr.KlTl.nft plan of treatment, etc. Address LAFRAGAUltAlj INSTITUTE, Buffalo. JL T. XoamfficeZ. Box, All cases A. ltHa anil RUMJIIHQ EARS. a. ii r, FliOUR-St- atc aud Western GRAIN Wheat No 2rel.. No. 2 Chicago Sprinir Corn No. 2. Oats No 2 PORK Mess LARD Steam FIXIUR GRAIN-Wheat-No.2 ?! 0 5 00 90 (Tu aiaaa.F Jr llVC - (ft 6(R) ?1 , BALTIMORE (t 28X 61 8 85 6U2 Goods Dealers. Liberal dltcoanc to For sile by all Stationers, Newsmen and Taney thetrade. Family Mess K),?a 33 l 5 00 PROVISIONS-Po-rk Corn Mixed Oats mixed Lard He fined.. fr. HI'S 4JH a pojlilTt nmedj tar by Its ra ttxnt of loaf klad """ads of cases Iod,M.nrlrnjcM saVaey, ImtmnrH, ot It wont TREE, d lo l suadlsc lmr toiltrWtta YAty. !fl!?m "X TBt EOTTIJES jABtaiTKKATlM on this BrsBrsr. 1 V IT t,C VISA 3 CONSUMPTION Un oissi DK.T. OPM A Dill PWnPHWE HABITS 'tjulcilyacd pAlhlessly cured at come r ret innii ourss to alt. HVMAXEJCESC-EB- T CO., Lafayette, Ind. AFCCn Totntrodnrethsm.wBwllI UrrttfrOrVEAWA-ri.Jb.lf- . OirUmr Washing Machines. It ou w ant onv once. Th National . CO., 88 Day Bt.N.Tr. - :rr CATTLE First quality ......... roo $ 4 00 5CH 91 MV 42 74 rar!8t,.I. v.r...n w.. ...... i. DUUU LLIAIU 'toTi3riir. I d!,to fK WANTS VV frse. tttasaarasirveT.wareco. Boston. An actire Man or Womso In vrtrw eoontTtoselloorCQodf. Balarvllal rath aad Exptn--xtcnIn nutflt fBItl PaRieulai i -- . r . . n Al INDIANAPOLIS Wheat No. 2 red.. Corn mixed... ............ Oats mixed. LOUISVILLE FIour-AN- o.l WW LOVE . i s L.a lZ4n. ikfH. 1 m - ed: Jrcsiaisiaia suujuu cev,v.A vt.i(.uvi.w j lawv success or no fee. Mrlte for circulars and wiuuiuiail, um W. JtCvUtsauvik. LlllCllwc(BiiQkaioa8:AaertrarelleT- ,,- j. :u., 39 54 00 31 4 59 48 COURTSHIP and MARRIAGE. This most wonderful and fasndsome book of 6o pases mailed for only ice. Ads. Union yccCoi; NewailcN-J- . VanrTi?ni ,,.-- ,! ut brldie, dlsuac of. forty ftt, tad wv GRAIN Wheat No. 2red.... Corn mixed Oats mixed fOB! IHMHimi .Itl.lttllf TEUECRAPHYSTaffuittoS farnlthed. Boa, Jaaesrllla, Wlfc "VTrlte Daslnosa Arithmetic Ehortr free. handetc l. thoroos;hllailsbtliT raaHJ Clrculsrs Y. UXEaW.COlOOE. BakraUo, N. Treated3 and cured . tthout the knife. .m i' "SL CUCER Boos on ireaimeniamriree. And rets UHHC STUDY. tamm .Penmimhln. Mj.UfOfiO, Boolc-kOfpliif- f. -- MiPfUr. Kane CoJLU 10CO AJN.K- -E f"' tuts ,lt!. 5 10 00 S IVMYWOMAMSowSr tutm dm. local wcakaeciaa. orpsp - i iBWi $250liKi4BPw 0. . 3k J. -- ' - . -; ". i. 0 J5T "- -- 3 li " pra&g'3ga&g& M , ?r lia b - - yigpjiii A vm " C!aj i7W 5"""J. r.- "M-vZ- S LOCAL NEWS. Fresh country Lard, at Rcgebs'- - J . .KsF to. ivt. LW tf , V "r ! j '"' . Toothpicks. Gold Charms, Music Boxes, Ladie's Work Roxcs and --Hi trade growlers: are being Baskets, Writing .esks, Bible GaltWlJ5tejLtp the rea-- . A:Ur .vu lery by'Dore, FaKiily Bibles, Miss pu8n,uverus.euiuiu0 m Cleveland's Book, Violets among : nappy. . Jts.. j, s ..?. fewJUleiuSicejWirlitt.inehehasuiMd ugh. and edit Lilies, Scrap Bo"oks,(31iajtUr Box, - JOniJuAmiiy (orj i Judge Samuel Landmth is- with bet results. the experience Juvenile's Book's? v WVsolfcit r-dangerously sick at his liujiiev,m of tholIfiand!l wh0lJaThis ishave j;ve9 Discovery, itJlJlace. Lamest Wishes pre-' - by this Wonderful fcliindruml drugsttitt. inspection of our goods before you lui&eyrfurrp ties free at Moore iit.T' ;'. recO.VrT that ve can pl6as"tf "'Oii tii 'quality ,ST,4T7BpMe!ft, Smith, of; rfTu;t:Hn WpmtolJiqiyillteldaIS'ics, 1 nd jlrice. Conic and see us wheth Ed, Crossland, has er you buy or not. J atuionited LL S. Attorney for . svnnh CW8 .1 li .7. tlioproiriwtion- The victories of ItforTtaiiaT'erritory.1 Tu'tfi-'o- f ftfe'South haverbeen won ; it nMr. J. C- - .Johnson was. of politics. If proiiibi- hi FuUoti, on thefith, to Miss outsidebmnrht in-- n'oliUCS, it will tion is There will bo ..skating at the jieeiy.- May tuey ,,vo lose mayVbC'it.stjoijiies fiicpjls. . ' ' aiary;j. Star Rink," over Witling's, exclus!o"riga:hd,pi'08perr Rntiio m f'fm iririTiiinhisuiut are ively for ladies every e veiling from Rufus Robinson, now used in its behalf will then y to i o'clock, except Saturdayaged 13, was pushed by a compan- - lose much of their force. Thous- - evenings. ""'Ibu into a ditch in play. His neck ' amis are ready to. vote or prohi- T. J. Below. him instantly, bition now because they believe f was broken,-kiIIiii- g "-The Carlisle wasejojled Speaker News reports a of iM 61' the House, irs was expected. ta who teals craj.e off of door .thief V,W-at night Thisis getting ; amlUieayire a very low poi it. ef or hot prollihmoii hyremoung FI1OW.Y TO' ihTEAVEX! L to these ' pair . of fiuo Cold stop CauiicMif crimesbuiibftt' cafl- I.OMT- -A tj,e thew, pectacles. ,'Jlje- - finder will ;be not be deneuded upon to risk de- - agi:d OTTE, l'J .'inxriis A.l it days, Mberally j-- warded by returning strovin" their nartv In tne inter- mm r IflCBl to me UOUBtER OHICC. . pfR of nrnliibition C. Garland Catlett, infant . . ti ;;tre at Jiayppui defitroy.ecl a . . xrfert'iTrao.iiSrfiw: '-- Wvf Vibra K. Jolin.o'iT. his son of W.Trom pavStd God' fair garden ; oik bloom imwoeroi Dnuuings: loss 2.(nhi; t?,,.i shiBr.i f nrrisbnrL'. 111. Jeirthtoonoe nan inurgiiieiieu uia iireum avreei insurance, $1700."The Democnit r.ii;.vinir reCervel'lb' inuclMwnefit home fdr one short jear, when disease feel amy duty to - uunisma OM'KeelTooVlalce, some eight or teu'lays ago, and who Niee8amage, at was brought tV Iliekjnan treat xoxRoaKKs'. ment, tlied, suddenly and unex0 pectedly to outsiders, Monday live Uonriny..at - night last. . His physicians, Rogers'; and "O'DanielyVntertnliied Ijopc of diis., recovorv uiiHthft. .pfobalily-ol- : saving the woriilcl'ed holiday jrifm'r&t Mrs.1 nrm, buwMonday night na irHee WIIEBECAIf BUT A HUITABLK CHRISTXASFlUES. set in, atftlMt'e died AT ITS HE AM, VALUE? " y Thee'ceased watjfliost BfcBow's old stand. worthy. Honorable Before deciding these questions we invite you to examine our beautiIf thero is anything in indica-Jtlon- s farmer of Weakley county. Tenn., ful and varied stock. s there ivri be.warm workjn twho was visiting the Luke, in comthe present congress. pany with someV9flife Tenildfcsee. to bring hap- - and don't vo'u forget it, riv-rthat immense stock P7 Fortune; of Meih-pbi- I neigubpr&.ftm pleasure and rccrc; all humankind strive t to their fellows, sq that oHloljiJay Goods, at J. Wv Cole's. We Lsjveepour.streets, is visiting Hickman. He is atin, when the-- accidental d8 nmess and lowering clouds threaten snow, the average man. at new store, Fuqua & DeBow's old. stand, has an endless variety of all relations of life jrilt hate Holiday Goods for one and all, young hmmm , , , i charge of a gun in the hands of throuuh . i..i.i. ,. nimseii ornerscir, 01r. prospering m the Bluff City. old, short and tall. It will interest .. and iuiu, uetuiiiKs Books and Taney Stationery, Papetcries of all stvles and finish Pens, one ,Qfrhis companions gave hi"1 making has become to tie at tnc you to call and cV this immense rariety are to enjoy'.a the ifatal wound. He leaves, a holiday season a token of friend- t select from. No matter what in wanted, Lap Tablets, Albums,- - Card Cases, Garda, &c., &c, Pencils, grand tnaisne ball at CollinV'IIallV wife, several children, and hosts ship and "a p. edge of its continu- yon wiU find it in J. W. Cole's stock of Toys in endles and on Monday night, the 28th of friends to mourn his loss. I" ance. That all may be suitably ac- Holiday Goods, at the Hook Store. CUVBH1MGS WARM ftuo law positivelyj his last, moments he was attended commodated with presents, we have ar a.o u tjra. mat stray: notices .must be by Ins wife, faithful physVeianfawl taken pains this yeaffcefseeure large Aitiolcs of necesity, at. , . ST? decll-3- t J. AsmERo's Sons considerate friends, and received stocks in neat, chaste, novel and ir'tised n comity paper's, every attention pos9i6le. artistic designs in all. lines of Looks, iChristmas is Cominsr, VYe would The cold wave seems to have hdrc remark, as a gentle reminder, that we carry in stock Get $'eo'l.Reiifla la ETary Cnsr.' .j" Fancv Stationery, 'I ojlet.Sets, G0J1I broagtitHs winter clothing with it evenr conceivable and desirable shape of ' " Reafly for ItAnd settled,, down to spend a few K AuVtefoM."' Wholesale paperealfr fund 'Silver Vases. Gold'Pcns, Gold - Mr. J. C. Chandler, of Weak-Iccounty, Ten n., who was acci- uontaiiy shot by a- - companion EJ: y fr Prs-Fari- s J?felgopd. lj ftyt:f-jav. v befor'-,jHorii-iug- -- -; aml'-Spflfpola- Mavkikwi, Ky., Doo. S, 13S5. Courier:. . .J. W. Cole is headquarters for Will voti permit"mc ihrmgh the Couki-er SantaOiaus. i to reliini rrav sincere tha'ik- lo the. In dies of the MeUioiliht church if JSickman, Dm ful CilKs lourtHi- and other.', for tttelr kiud and ui'initiceiit MjC8ir fnend ? . ' reinemhratice of me and mine n Thanksdecll-3- t J A siIBEBo'sSoS. giving Uay, anil tlieir uniioriii g"0(iiies and kinducaa on all occasions. My heart 7ILL the Christmas MockinRs with would prompt me to.eay more of high ap choice Holiday Gifts from J. W Cole's, pttriation, but I will no' trespass upon o"ok Store. (Jreat variety of C.iftH ia Heiiectfull, . your Biihcc.-fine Hook, fancy Stationery, and 1 000 ', W.O. IIEFLEY, oMiercnoda nnd cheap uif'M. Call and e thegoods nd prices. Kill the stocking!). IT WILtT AYTf OUTO READ THIS OPENING of CHRISTMAS ATTENTIVELY. X (JDOUS,.at,MoorcA Lnndrum's tomorrow. Cill anil siee their big dispUf. The holiday season is coming near when all the earth Uglail and IT HAS COME! - CITY ITEMS. lr Holiday Gifts -- 9E -- Wkat ShaU I Give? "VH!E3Sr I CEILL Mil 1111 WIIB MBS. JENNIE2GARDNEjl4 Port-foli- o, v-ri- ety. i.i . a, A 1 . nuuiv . ii:skts - m ir"i p. j i . ' - Pi I -- o 6 j r j4 i ,tm.wm of Chattanooga, Tenn , writes, that hi'?3 seriously afflicted with a severe colfthlt eet i led on hi limes: had tried manvremt d;es without benefit. Beini; induced to uy lor Conauinptini Dr. King a 3ew by uofja 80 ft7)d wa,ent-ire,y-cure,, I am opening a: fnl.-line,o- f - IIqI- - For Bargains So to the': Sow Btiek. Occupied nJay-Goods- .' Youat-J.-- invited tocall Store. ! .: -- ,.-- Yiluirai) hnv n:xxi-;x "..,. Kid ." are respectfully Cole's Book . it j ; ?$fPLD o.ir IS, . per pair. 1 Slpc,t' tr Plaut!8t .. EXCLUDERS," -- . Tri'Bot-?2iNlvnfTXili- B v r'f ' TBO.wr J: AaiiiEiia'a Fan; Sons. son-in-la- w decia St r Irai talion for i lt A catenated to wake the human family happy. It is not necessary to add tl)6fc-s?- e goods cau be purcliascu lower or us, tlian elscwnerc, as our Raut Bros,. Ho. itheJmlKe -- "- You ran buy a nice Alexander kid Glove at Plant's, for 35c and 50c per pir. -- niar-VTiej- r, 1 'iuxiTiiouRs. o -- - This large and commodious building is jam fall of new goods, and acknowledged to be the greatest assortment and best selected stock ever Vr. .W4iitt4!yr At.ty qtm brought to this market. Never in the" history of Hickman, have got da Sflvf r rilatcd Ware to be genuine, and" jit verr low prices' ' been offered at such low prices, J.Ambebo'sSosb. is' riniVcrsally known. Our counlers'nrc full of Men's,' Youth's and decll 3d Boys' Overcoats, Ladies, Misses and Children's Wraps. Extra quality Tlaut is setlins ALL WOOL FIM'NEL Blankets,iQuilts and Flannels. InjFootwear, don't forgctjthat we are . at lfijcper yard. FiiM w9 &mom V tir (Jieavv)at 5c per yard. yard wide Dofnes-- "HUT! ..' . ducal,11" -- thie-vhrgIowHt- TflZth J0"1: .'; rrrncti C't"a Tea Seta, ' Glass gel. ''Water Sets, . f HEADQUARTERS. -- BABY, e r.ov: m - k . ... at OiJtlHnes of Heavy Boots and Shoes is unexcelled for long wear, canffit any man, woman or child in Arctic Overshoes or Rubbers, on exhibition, and at hioderle prices, addj :i J. AHBSao'BSON'S. Korks and Spoons, -- ' ' Tickle Carters; Dinner Cantors, Butter L'l'teii Kniy.M, Di-h-- s, decll 3t CYPRESS All heart Cypres SHINGLES. first-clss- "!3 - a JOSS 'tauca tl.200. Of Of 62,000; insu' . ''joor ,.' Some . th. Magistrates Of tfchj COBllty favor publishing the list Of delinquent 'as retnrufd bv 'tliP Sheriff Rpttfr - -I....... .... ...! ...... ..,...- - aiCB .nl. i u..j ,, MU r.v uui tax-paver- s - w7 - '- - T name-ma- y be in the list U. The OoiWiaw & riant am WYL. Uoiift-la- s The appoint mentj of 21 dip. Hfnry UrtSTelle" Lecture. TU will itU thechllJ It U wIU" Shoes for Men, can be found only at 1!.' preachers" for next year's work ptfefurrt l.row; ...- ' Once upon a time there was a Ve,, l'laut's. tifsoW unier a guarantee. A lirvmly cnlui Jotli linger tlirip, .qfr will not be aunuuueed until ito- tir young man who fell in love with a No U);ui.li t lit- -liin fril form iw our bjby morrow. "3 ,' . Far Usai Tailcr Hiif "Suits, young lady. TheyQovWFach other H' "fa tlirlitlle (.iifTerf rU.rl Bvsbon-DudleOvercoats, J vjnl'jireabh in deeply. Their eyes were indeed OoJ clliI wiMrrnes.of woe homo, ' t r , ioit From tliU Cusioui-niad' Doots, ' " Ami foIJrl oti the Savior's UriMtt, tliepiscopihiireh at Hjtkiian, very e",omieut; but thcrcQuld. not No iuurt uflfr:ucau Itv kiiou 11 a " Shoes, ' " stray cfen-insr- converse ig;jeiiir on acro.uyi ui on Tuesday' ami. flu: " a nice Stylish Hat, and for Rn't lilm "Hen. "'l;ltli and JG;h, at 7 her bein g a Ft ejik wouian. agd he LSliJtJtatktr't hrt will cliil.I f.irC'". ; ces, stop at )'r r.M li'rrt nim in Tier o clock, railroaa time. J. Ambiso's Sonsbeing a Spaniard. They were part Aii-- i"i t in tsiu, to .ootlio rm,-- jaln. decll Jt his .irixr, ed. Many years ran before they Oh rviit'l mortal jc but burrcur , inbBt beautiful natttrns in All Wool I tiHiue of Minn, KailU to Tirur , .j. Carpets,-a- t racer railroads are no i1 I could meet again. And whena Siothd wouli" hi lier liPHrt'. i sorrow j 'Ii'ignibi tWo and throe ply lo rltMit'ii..'Carpelinz trom io3 cents up used to build they met there was a great stir--- WouM tlir c.ll him litck to till ! (the built, ukiek cheapest ever oUrred in Mickmari. 'ftt thorn: He. Ko, (iwret aiiRfl, Lre ta moxniug, three or four vear by way of in- -' Prifie cmtles. Jiin, tiislits. her in .French and she SltTletliou'rt anil trtr haypf irtnant Now, lip y. Fresh Canned Goods, at t0 hjm inSpanishLaugh- - lityi'a trn.Ioifrr t home j in I Mookrs' as an actual fut that ihey-iarejfter Love had been their master, Mi.lt Gd'iiani;el.bri2lit ii.IjnTon buduiug one in ICiiRRia. and they had learned each other's 'Tiiriiimicuitbmu-w.iriiBi- it M.4 1 TT XT 1 WV,, OYSTKKS! jniirnt, .irlni" fl.a wiiiMma.aiiticrmiMropp-. - a,1K,Wjje i order to understand Wri u.it oarwue, to uMrnijr ii,ni : TrT Iruui rartliiy Oysters by th; & his home, uNew ork eacll 0ti,Pr. THE Jreshest and ed dead, at hour, andju nn;. can or served at any He was reported 1 3$. City, Tuesday. OUITV4UV. Mf desired, always lo be had dpciug the' the richest man in the woral , lie OFFICIAL' PROCLAM ATION. Mrs. Georgia Bibcock, daughter of M. orient season, ai mu iujf worth "probably two huudted ..r 1.IIIICD B. F . The pAtronage ML in.i...j solicited, and Know all grid hearts, by these preHnts, B. and .Mary Franklin; raised by 185C' nnlilj. -- (.' i million dollars. .....! fnr lhMr r- . and Isabella Kasley, was born Die. 27, special; arriiufeciiitJiv -. creetinsr. tlmt havinc inspected all the ar 'llaTing purchased the entire to Harrison Babcock,, tention. and was married -, v f t pterencft this week. " The. Methodist Aiuiuaf Cbn-!Ie- r s in Shingles, from Electric Bittern. I (chronic pleurisy) hlightctl their fair Mow- everv rcpect," kept constantly on hand, Bufleriuc hutuaoity knew it. Hate er, and for nearly seven motiihs he suffered and for sale at lowest prices. hod a rnnninz sire on my lejf for eight dav and nixrht"; until, God, in pitying II. BUCHANAN. septll thafwe know whereof we speak when we say that we can and will sell ,n. a,i rJ,uA i,;i i,, t.acAf,i. end rears: my doctors told me I would hae to in.T you rubber goods 11 great deal cheaper than any other house in Hickman, rarents, grieve not your bud hve the bone scrape or lej: amputated.Bit- ' Jtmt Itocolvrd n bottles of Electric '""'end, three .utoo fra;lf to0 pure tor t!ie chilling blasts of large supply of New Crop I)iii-ian- a Sn and also show you a mucn larger line man any oiuerc carry. tew n'1 .Ten loxea.,Buq!ilw a .Arnica, eartL wiU blomimon lov.ely in Heaven's car. Mjhus. and Coflte. Webinchtin .. nnr anlllll 1TIII Willi, " ...........i . ....vii...i he is ilill thine otrn, .J1A .! "'' .I.n " ""v'.'v uin. .. s iitrin:iiAi n.niu" l.irc quantities, therefore can offer ureal Electric .Bitters are. ol.l at nity rents t.en iiidireruents to the trade. Examine the Buckleu's-Apnic- a Salve at 25c, i ' bottle, and "Mourn not ' for Uic clilJ, from tby teui!ernf t and prices, at Ijitsdruni. boi.b"y"Miore ' rlrcn jlJlBIBUBOUSf. lleCll-a- t J. 4.E'cr ?tin on it. imritj fell; .V- -- fatf . I? r-- t.. EMPHATIC ALLY, & many bargains too numerous to mention. But come with vour figureej anu we'll discount inem. imo Humbug we have the goods, and mean what we Say. We solicit your inspectionTof our Clothing, which is tho most extensive we have ever.handled: Overcoats from $2 to $20; size from a 4 year old Boy, largest man.; Children's Clothing, all sizes and prices;. Men's and Boy's Clothing, froni,-$2.- 7 We a Suit to $25,, tho We handsomest line eyor shown.in 'this city.- - Ladies, Misses, and Children's Wraps, the latest styles, at .lowest prices. The 'greatest assortment of Boots and Shoes. Sole Agents for the! cefebcated Douglas Shoe, sold for 83, every pair guaranteed ; you can't beat them for f 5 or $6." The Red School House Shoe for children, from1 No. 4 to No. 2; can't be beat j every pair warranted . Honor us with a call and you will not regret it. . ; -- I WZ1 1 WMK to-th- e lt 1 Ijierct. I . - IIv ""'" '"' "i. aj...,-ffrou.evervrro- ALEXANDER 1 MAXWELL. qn-i'tt- To thy quwtloulu; lieari, ioi an njer iroru t a, ',f ill. Olflll , . . . . ih -- e -' 1 Vi-J$- l Kri-T- r Anl - -- '' il ! --r- le-- i"-ato- re LO TRT We ato now prepared to offer the citizens of Hickman and surrounding country and towns the largest and best 5 ON JLgSilQl&TIlS Bf 1 b-- st H1 B If f W ff stock of r w 1 1 ever placed on our counters. "We have taken great pains, in selecting our goods, and as they were all bought before the recent advance, we can give extraordinary low bargains. We. especially invite the.ladieto see our stock of CLOAKS, Furniture Bad Undertake! Goods, from tie . -- .- JERSEYS, - ft'- - y , j- my friends and patrons, are recommended ' ta eae of the State asylums SANTA CLAUS. tocall. l.iil.l.nM. EJrllii;iie, The Mayfield Democrat, which waa destaoyed by nre4 Saturday CIcvclarH DuarSty. on Cnfrclonilrace CleTflaml LrJer.night last, is to be UL Jaa. lit. Young Beaumont is oiie President Cleveland is worth Landrtim's. of the most worthy, enterprising about 8100,000, and he owns men, ud deserving of rear estate in Cunalo Barlinganie, is loci- - 'considerable money We can truthfully assert that oa a great many articles, our price Tlie and we siueerely sympathize with (which is fast crowing iu value. in Hickman; and if he and former prices ililier by 00 per cent. e can actuany aeu you gown - -led permanently DEALER Ida iu his misfortune. fires vour watch. s a itv ays at. nuiue 10 prices, and then have a profit, and that is more inducements than any Furniture Store $2j,000 a year at He made about headquarters pVo'vethe reliability of his worlc. in West Tennessee or Kentucky, can ofier. We propose to make Hickman Bayou his practice before he got into The Anchor line packet for LOW PRICED FUKN1TURE. We cordial! invite an inspection. .Barm, the luest and largest boat politics. He is not an extravagant kinds of Disinfectants Chloride of ''' Parties cominr in at nieht for Undertaker's Good, will find J. T. Stephens, or J8. All ia' that line: was burned at the man iu any of his tastes, and has Lime, Sulphate of Iron, Carbolic Acid; pDarnclI, at Montgomery House. Chloride of Soda. For sale at Haw i Madrid wharf. Saturday never been so. He had a class of & I'ASTOtt. COWUILL'S Drug Store. cvibiaflast. The boat cost 8125,-- , cases at Buffalo which paid well AND 00, and bad a valuable cargo, all nd howas often tho counsel for PATENT insu-- corporations in big cases. Statement City of Oiiti'l forget that Salmon's & Ihuui Financial f which is a total loss. 5o Hoc Cholera remedies are guaranteed to lllckuiau, Kj. While ho was governor of ew ranee. JNojives lost. AUoiiiil Smpporti Bton the Cholera anion" hogs and lee York ho gave away the. whole of Pt them from taking it, or money refund aiucciut. roil). The masical operetta in ii r n i s iitiicojj 1; salary in charity, save that total receipts......... .............. .S3.4G4.81 by mcui u by Misa Daisy Castleiuau's his W. COWG1LL, Druggisl.t his personal, ex- Uisbursements which he used for J. ,. 3,292.76 nasic pupils, will be presented at penses and for the support of his S City Hal!, ou the evening of the mother. 1 have, seen matiy in- - lialancc......... ,.,.......... ...,? 172.05 BiielIni'r Arnica SlTe.- ' 29th. The concert and entertain-- ; litanccs of his chanty Onenicht in the world for'CuU. Tiif. 1 : . . .:.,.. .in , private ...' Total receipts; PUHIIEKBT. ..,$3,315 05 t Itniisps-- RrstSiLVE Salt Khcun. 'Fever Sores. Ulcers', Meat mrbv .. Misses Adelle, Allolfs II was . ..i,..- .. nis otiice l nuu'llll BIG STOCK OP CHRISTMAS HUM, mi! Chapped Jlands, at 1 iK??. " f' ii, the Albany, capitol. It was after Ain't, due and panl Una y ear. .... 2,961 07 Sores, Tetter. iKin Krtipuons. UnlblaiwJJ TDILEHRHCliS f? anu post, Corns, anil all Mst.axvaiHK ui ". -- "V". .. , -' .ww w.. J l,d,nMAn Jnlooiml .HroHwlont or .....v. tivelv cures PT '" 5 35398 ja'cuaninteetl Piles, givenomrfectrequired. It 11- satisfXctjorf to Tha Ooauty Assessors report J lie was oneninir his mail, and many KINDS OF LAIjPS, Tyh;r fu DepQt . , iS . I'riee ia cents mi tain &C, &c., &c tuif &c, Ac to the "Aaaitor 483,144 sciiooi emi- - Sfvtlie reiVerB"vjon Gov.od TeqfieHtV JVul R...T. .7....T.... "S 325.00 or money riniieit. Grounds & LAI?DBTJMd box. For Sale at MOORE Cleveland while the school for alms. I saw 4rtB ia the State, 1fi7. : ir . 2S 98 Dalance........."...rt.a.?nv.-.r.....BOORS AND STATIONERY, d'oziroT'fheser'by to the 'sliatrrM Itrattees report 612,233- answer fiilly a 10 Special. Notice. oil - inclosing $5,. and. at one tune Owing to the sickness of Mayor Landrtim All fitaU BaDariatendeut filled at any how, day tralght Blag sight bell aft It o'clock indebted to the firm of which has Hara ia a" dUcre'pancy of 115,217 H (?30 bills, iu. an Ayelope with a his message prevented Ida from preparing dtirantnersins THE AGENTS FOE & Drewry, will please' come forwartrjjj; "Council which usually ap An the aaaeaiors failing to er-- kind word,' 'ami se'iling'it to the incorporates to the the financial statement of the at an early tlay, ana mae Bettiemuu; thair dnty,' or are the trustees dis- - beggar. One carfewas especially city, required by law to bepublished, I Office at E. Collins' drug store Alexander that of old statement a ffratiaf to ! increase their some touching. It wasNew Yorka who submit theofToregoing of Hickman. the true & Maxwell's "Id stand. & DREWRY., BOXDUKaNT A. tho city condition man in southern rata If there are trict pro Hickman, Ky., Feb. 12. 1885. R. E. MILLET, C. 0. exaggerating to get more had lost his horse by death. lie Laclede House, to attend Bight Calls. districts ITB. L. Moore can be found at the i POST 1S I ItVTKS. (t "tfctM their proper share of the had a little garden patch of a farm, ST. LOUIS MARKET. ahal woney, it is very clear that and this horse, was his sole mqaus " Jeearly all the, other districts are of making a livelihood upou it. LBTTEH4. " in tnejj Letter are sent to any Wheat. No. 2 offered at 95c ; bid 9 ic'. 4aiag th same thing. f The old, popular and always reliable Hardwarehouse of ' DON'T READ TH1SJ jiay. oiriciiy prime,. ?ii.uu; nmcu, aientiouing the accideatal .l.nn lr.tlV.rj rn f.mt llnilpr ."this head I3 la $9.60 ; fancy choice, $12.50. ' anything wholly or partly written. killiag of Geo. Wyatt, -in laRt Coen. White, 31na35c. - Z&Z , west's Coubieb, u was- siaieu But If Ybd. Do, Be Careful. NEWSrAI'E s. LIVE STOCK. 4 nnllev broke at the mill Hoav pleasing is the mystery Cattle. Good steers, S4.60 to S5.00; Newspipen, periodicals, exclusively 'in rjpublisheri,. one cent a Has a spleadid stock of the very best makes of all kinds of Hardware common, 3.50 to i'4.00; scalawags, print, mailed aasing the fatal accident.77 Suclt( was help-ib- which wraps the youthful mind in to $2.00; milch sew. $20.00 to $55.00; pound. which are offered at was mat the" fact. Wyatt skid-wa$8.00 to books, etc. all the charfhintr stories 6f Santa veal calves, 14 hands,$11.00. years, $80,00 a loa OnMhe 4 to 7 Mur.ES Books, circulars, and other matter whoU wham .the Jog. got started, and Claus,auiJino3the whole world .is to $35.00; 16' to 1CJ hands, 4 to 7 years, ly in print, one cent for each two ounce happy in the mystery of preparing $150.00 to $175.00. crashed over the poor fellow. . or fraction thereof: $160; Horses. Heavy draft, B lVAlUSDalaBaiaaHaaaW. W9 cornet baud was for the coming of the happiest sea- good drivers, $30.00 to $125.00 to plugs, MEHchASniSE. WJaf f - (if ff The Hickman j $110.00; iiV amamBfaamamamamMav amamm m,m and that the very lowest the market justifies. All goods guaranteed to iu their beautiful, son .of the year. This year we are $15.00 to $40 00. AH other matter, merchandise, &C, one SamWa4Sa3aamamataMBaaaamMBartjHB 1 exactly as K at yesterday, represented. be and becoming new prepared to meet the wants and Hogs. Butchers and packers paying cent an ounce or fraction thereof. neat-ittinsmifbnas, preparatory, to the the tastes of all customers. Call and from $3.60 to $3.8o. tricei eatartainuieut at City Hall, see our lines ol fine Books, StationOf HICKMAN MARKET. s. last uigkt, for their benefit. the er)', Albums, Pictures, Toys, entertaiunient Millinery Bazaar Games. Christtnaa f?.iri Plush the dramatic MRS. JOXE3' Shaw are offering COUKIK caunot speak advisedly u.i.wlTn,.. 5n lhe ear und tJoc shelled, sacked and 30c Novelties,aglow with bright and beautiful i Tlla W sm3j.iiuu; ...,s de too numerous to this week, farther than that it was SCS, Jorums, ayu Uases. nunc l ic- - i;Tcrej nt depot. Somo river farmers lots arriving almost daily mention Large Has now in stock all th new improved Breech-LoadiShotguns and by expressThe beat mnf fnr tho Wat nnnev. Kxperienced workmen crnploy,c?. well attended, bat of the baud flnn lmnlements. Hunting Coats ChroiUOS, Order Cases, ley have stopped ahclling intending to wait cinfial invitation is extended to all to Pistols, Powder. Shot. Slinlls w-d- a M this house will eive.spr. r can truthfully say that it . videeerviug tho pride. of our tures, eothe jhd examine her laree stock. A and Helmets, and Hunter's Gum Boots. for betwr pnoti. These Goods will be sold at ., :illrnmo0 aolicited. Watches, Chalas, Rihjrs. and all U welt New Orleans aarkct paying from 48c anchinl lino nf Novelties "in the wat of prices that will compete J.. with anv other citv in the country. Call Jandl01. aemmariity and should be the novelties of ..the season. : v to 4tc. whele Hats and Bonnets, real lor tue cw"5j bKKY AJKJUl mine before buying. ? week. PoaK. All olTercJ goes readily'.at 4Jc. UJAV. VUUEj. Mherall eacearageil. l-.re-issu- d mo cuargu ui :'the Christmas of 1685, be an.! i hereby bO held by tho u(ali1ia)iixl at .Tnlm W. Cole's IWilr iml MCJ. He 'T'eounty until he can bo admitted Sfatiouery Store, Hickman, ky., and all , Mr. James Keunerlyt of the rangenients for Holiday- Ki(ts and presents March 18. IS73. and dird Oct 25, lSSO City, Troy, Fulton precinct, was l brought tO,ia A'vfeW, Clinton, UnionI hare order She had Stc children left four to grieve uharlestr-- and e .Mirin; 1 7..: rrri " -- j JB, lUHMDjJHWUiiu uo ewii..Bu lt my iead.iuarte for o'er the departure of their sainted nothT. loving companion. I s j septll LACLEDE HOUSE. the Watchmaker, estate of the late E T. Gardner, DRESS GOODS, TRIMMINGS, and the late novelties in a- - on wreajarywill 1 . I con-'sidcrab- le ne'-v'apap- -- and a dear sister and a Sister CSeorgia Babcock profess d the ehris tian religion some years ago and was bap tiiei into the fellowship of Sycamore Chapel Baptist chorch, in which she lifcd a consistent member" up to her death She feeling her, peace with God. and knowing her departure near, she requested her sis ter to tike upon herself the training of her dear children, reciving the assurance that she would do all in her powcMo train them in the nurture and admonition of the Jvrd Then her sainted spirit was dis omlmdipil and wafied home to PnrMHe, thore to rrt unlilthe second comini; of her blesed Iird. "Blessed arc the dead which die in the. Lonl. Tom uenceiorm; vea, saith the spirit that they may rest from their labors, and their works do folio them." Bev. ii 13. now locateil in Moore & Landrdni's ilrug awre. His skill and reliability has been . n. .1 fill... tinn.A. (tllll llAVO f. "yna-- MtUt.U ia prorun, and he is located here permanently, wenre enaoied to oner 10 me iraue uiese ro"i, .1 Kn'uffht ilipir aoods rppular. can meet. The stock is very complete, and comparatively good his promise. to alwayx make 'new. showing..ail.. the latest ..designs in artistic and desirable goods. Parties wishing to . r. ,;ii has .. the 'atch-make- r, or .Medium rurnnure, win ceriaunj ingicvi. mtu um t.l.M(aif fhav full In ....t. buy a reputation as a skullul wore- - sec our stock. We not only show the most artistic and latest designe, but we establbhetl 111:111 second to no one in Ins line, and nun dreds for whom he has done work will en TO Call at Moore ft deuce his reliability. Riirlinssiinie, U AT A HEAVY DISCOUNT, .. EMBROIDERIES, LACES, NECKWEAR. All goods as represented. .1.1 ..t.u . jiiwiiui ""i .. .j ;: Call and see them. J. AMBERG'S SONS. IB M M Watch-make- r, j. W. COWGILL, IN STEPHENS MAXWJJlliL,. DRUGS, ut Trusses 1 prep-aratio- u Moore- & JL.,aadnAra 1 rK,TJC3-C3-I3T- PAINTS j.srj -- -- -- . -- i" - 1 -- - -- $ Uon-i- m K -- WHITE SEWlJNa MAUUlJNili. PRESOEIPTIONS SPECIALTY. . post-othc- e kt ? - - sron, , ASTEU iSaw $1-6- 0 fiam - RUMABMS. St. brbtard Q OISTEJ .... I; tnrco g, y, . , Wft,T PRICES ,!. Va-cp- it-M- lf. n,l v, CoN.-Ma- se& , - A" H. 13TJOITAJV.Kr ng T j- ROOFING. ,..,.., di nL, -- . A ! t .- - iii3 ant- J?" t, -i , v , - 5 k- -.. iK A'' Vi -- M . j, 5 - -- 2, - 8 ti AZiTi. , . vr... ""'" . n..-- - fiJS Ik. .:- - ... ,' , U i Ji-- . X iiXj: " - Jl&& ? li$ic$.. ? - t f -- i aViS E? a1efp,lpip ' iL yP-M-IJ- & & r - ifF j -- ? ; . ,... ' - -- .. r.- - Jfrg?.' --- -.. ,.. K .v Wit; ?.-&- ! H V'4 a ?! ''4 &ft?' :;: ".:. .FOE, THIRTY DAYS ONLY! m "iEfe Br A n lUl E? fr 111 IfflW I BUP 'lr3 "'yir"ll ; " . -- - - lllaaV , iiTprices in the following Good A Overcoats at reduced prices. Men's Heavy Suits, at lower prices than ever. Men's Heavy Winter Boots, Big Reduction. Blankets, all kinds, at a big Decline. Ludie's Dress Goods and Trimmings, at Greatly Ecduced prices. Honesty isthe best Policy, Come and see. Having determined to close out. the as' afcbve lines of Goods, we offer. Bargains which will be bound to please all. - r -- - -- III ' T m m N H. BUCHANAN. FRITZ fHS HICKMAN COUEIEH. ' JT tj J4fm, As a class editors of country FANHIOMABI.1; Who newspapers have done more for - : all - imDortjMV.,uwI1uc8tion8. . : Mf ntaV) . State and its welfare and their - ThiTrpKilAMf2VriT'LsBt' tinnittrn BOOT AND progress than any other sot of v Ml UB 1EII f- " TJie care and proper mainteu- - v,irpRR;nn tn hi r;-- .i ponrfirn. men in its borders. Tho country SHOE uce of tbe panpiT idiots of Ken ijr c newspapers (in many respects it is service reform, and. in- Jackson ani Keatacky Streets,) (Corner of SHOP.-N- .rth Wert coraex el Maaeow unjust to speak oi it as a country ilucky is now paid for out of the slsts upon It heing.cWeu out ,, and Troy Arennea, Eait Hiekau Kj newspapers) is a great comfort, He llllllKSll aT8aijgfactioa f Baraaleeda .... ti- ' mi expcriiiCeVt; wih rn oxpe- .. 1 j and a great advantage to every April. vara ,. rtv inncn uniArinniina -:ir'4hi . r'A .ox uMHfnuim.i.0 ricnco community. Tho money paid for 1Iia (rod for by the State, at a cost jmpro veinents. In fltolnxuer of ,of u,c ll''lt', ic8iguatiuviii)ility iwircveuuo aov tlior'atate yufc--- if IK flin linct inrAof rwl ?"CVl'o tstusv . 7"-""'itthe Monitor considers CAKHllHeH ui UIIIIIIV "vov 862,089.63. ThoFiankfort Can-- . tai iff revision he deprecatesuch or removal oi tne president, of OPENED, with i..w ISTOCK, out and.aa- .- Pia. itjli.V RIOS for Ltr. upon the imncieu niiiff." hv the Standrf-- at the succession THE BARTER QR()CERti renKCDable. 1'atronage solicited. nr'injjht crple This comes gracofully and juhtly JUST Jul dividiuff these by Judicial Dis.i8vreepmjLni?Ifl the national industries, but favnrs different members of the Cabinet, the Monitor. Xothiucr of He sort from one of the largest city dailies tncts reports the number from ftn eqmili7,utiol find, sitch redud-thi- s beginning', with the secretary of was iutended, however. Ii fact in the country. M. MONTGOMERY, MR. J. his fricoda aad lk pabHa tkak to (the 1st) District, by counties tj0U8 a8 ti,e auesU6u of revenues State, passetir the Senate in the this paper would not" be giilty of oct30-l8be baa opened a new and frtaa aapplj of ... , . ' last Congress and failed iu the back handed flings, not being It is learned from reliable as follows: wjm niimu. all kinda of Familt Gaocxaiu. waiak ka will aell aa low aa ike laweat. He ia reaUpon the silver question he re- - House for lack of time to consid- afraid to speak to thepoin! on any source that thero will bo no farFIBST D1STHICT. subject under discussion. dy at all tiaaea to eiebaat a 6reeriee at afiinns the views he expressed at er it. ther Arctic expeditions recomBaHara 2 Calliiwiir. 13 eaan prieaa tor liuiter, af a, Cklekeaaer Among the man' refonns sug- mended to Congress. Both the So far as 'can be learned, none FuJirwi...., 0 wavr 8 tho time the unlimited coinage an kind ef marketiag Ikat tke faratiaf of the Repnblicaus'who originally gested by the State prrss, none Secretary of War and tho SecreHtrkms'n...; i Livingston. 3, men of Congress addressed him friends maj bring ia. Tke kigkeal star McCrarten. '6 Marshall.... letter. He favors either an voted tor tho Hoar bill will refuse has been more generally accepted tary of the Navj' are opposed to ket priea alwaa paid. ;! suspension of coinage. to support it now, because by the than tho cry for the ircrging; of any further risks in that connecJ. M. NOSTGOktlRT h 12 immediate Tul or giving discretion to the Presi- death of Mr. Hendricks, tho way the smaller counties and the pre- tion. Somo gentlemen who have , All the Judicial Districts of the dent, The Fall Sessioa will coaimence to .suspend it when iu his is paved for tho possible succes- vention of tho establishment of schemes of further Arctic explosion of a Republican president of otheis. In this demam'lhe editor ration have, it is said, asked the State have approximately about judgment thepublie interest the Senate to tho oflice of presi- of the Monitor has joined. The endorsement of these departments it. ' the same population, and when MONDAY, AUGUST 31. 1885t Indian question tho dent of the United States. Sena- Standard does not engage to say so that they conld be considered this Is understood the inequality Upon the the po tor Sherman, iu conversation with that the demand is not good one, by Congress, but it has been re President & Aud Continuing Tour Months. Spring SessioH Coaimence of the expenses iu caring for this sition of occupied about Atkins. The Press correspondent said: and iu truth many arguments muy fused. Commissioner KUTVCKT 8TRKKT,' l class of unfortunates-wilbe ap- He favors liberal attempts to renI have not talked with any sena be brought to bear iu this ftvor. caastaatly ea kaad fet ki tor upon tne buujcci, out, tor my But still here at home, we have the MONDAY. JANUARY 4, 1886, parent, for whilst this Judicial der the Indians KEEPS sale IP thero was anything hnmorous District, lias only 42, tho 7th has and bring them as rapidly as pos- self, I can sa; that I will vote to 'instances named iu contrast with in the story that Mr. Jefferson HORSES, B06II8 aad HAOKr. pass the Hoar bill whenever it is 'tho theories advanced. No Contiouiag Five Months. Ilaviag parckased tke stablt, keraaa Davis contributed 25 ceuts to the '.106, the 8th has 155, the 13th has sible under the operation of tho t beforo tho Senate. and catire ontft of W. B. Fleamer I' ments to tho contrary can clange Grant monument fund, there might The eoure of rlxvly. lueluding taaaeufa ariaury efc ia Sngliaa beaaehta, law, likeother citizens."1 He takes 119, the 15th has 188. -- While' Ful- decided grounds on the Mormon voted for the bill propose to eoatinue tbe basiassa, aaV4 the last Con- - the tact that the smallest two bo some palliation for its wide cirUtin, (ireak, Germaa, taeKataral lciaaea Elecutioa, Paaaiaaekiw, solicit patroaage ton county has none, and never question, and favors vigorous gross, and I favor its adoption now counties in the Purchase (eacept culation. Uut it is simply a very Music, Drawing and CalUtkeaiea. Especial atteniioa ia devoted a Ike BRparatiea a atadeata tor colUgv Hickman, which is a fraction small and stnpid lie, as everybody Jeaag lias had, the little county of Whit- measures for (he extinction of that as earnestly as I did then. lie-'in- g evil. He insists unoii the Chinese publican senators are committed smaller than McCracken,) pjy the knows who repeats it. Those who men (or Duma. ley has 33. Why, the two counofil,y tlicir votes in itsjhvor and I only revenue to tho State. excoriate Mr. DaviBdo so because W. ties, Whitley and Tulaski, have receiving the full protection do not think any of the gentlemen thcJa.w."" ho attempted to divide a great nearly "twice vs many as tho entire In'tho matter of internal reve-- l who supported it in the past will The Silver QueMtlos.'v country, but they know that he haa r TUITION 1 First Judicial District. Tho truth nae he suggests that changes 'oppose tho lull now. It maybe An:ilngton Corrcpon.!eut done nothing ou the twenty-fiv-e .appears to be that, some counties might be made which will makHS:ml tIiat l,,e conditions liavo The western men and thoie re- cent scale. .. 13 00 Primary Pupils pe? month.. .M .......... .... ..... ...... .. a -4 00 Intermediate .................... It is'said . changed, but, looking at the sub- - presenting rural districts innear-isuove off on the Mate Tor idiots a the laws W a ..........,........, .............. .......... ... Advanoed ta all parts of the eouutif are that he fa vors considerable reduc- ject from I purely political point Hon. Samuel J. Tilden has class of paupers that other co'un-..;tie- tion of taxation. of view, think that one of the pretty generally opposed tc any addressed a lengthy and comprenJO apaee to nan all artier, PAYAD1VE MONTHLY IN ADVANCE. tittle Fulton, perhaps, care Tho greatest evils that could befall the further 11 irouDie ioiciv goeas. lilver andome aad sea, at ike eeraer Tmj for aa ordinary paupers out of the erable President de votes consid- Ke publicans would be to secure a coinage. limitation of the aithey hensive letier to Hon John G. B. O. space agricultural Talks with ad Moseew Ateaae. East RUkaira, K county treasury. late Sena- interests of to thecountry, an.-- brief tenure of executive power come in show this. them is a Carlisle, in which he treats of the the Here tor Vanghau of this District, to urges Congress to do all iu its through the death of President sample expression from Repr- unprotected state of the seacnast Hickxah, Kr., Aug. 7, 18S5. 3b of the United (btates, and through cure this inequality, introduced a. powerto aid in their development. Cleveland. esentative JRiggs of Illinois 4,I him calls the attention of Congress bill in the last Senate, to devolve The people have cxpresscd.thcir cannot see All the such expense upon the respective are treatedsubjects namediu above will that for four years the ad always had why metal that has to somo wise suggestions ns.tothe fiEOCERY very at length and intrinsic value should importance of the subject, and the counties. positive terms. In calling atten ministration of government should be objected to for money, and this necessity for prompt and earnest iipmnn-fiaati- nn repofi,em. Democratic hands, and ;K u, oft'oct nf O. -tion to tne deatu oi tno action. Mr. Cleveland tatfes 1 snoniu notiiKe to see a itepuhii-'ca- n of silver. All agitation in favor Sherman. (DA VI OLD STAND.) ' enter into the E.ccutivo of a gold currency conies from a All kiads of occasion to recommend legislaelected .Sena- tion on the subject-o- f 'the succes- Mansion by tho back door to hold few capitalists, and does F.vor.isn polities is still decidedly mixed. Gladstone haQ a STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES tor John Sherman President of sion. .He also sets forth the ne- - reins of oiliciul power for a brief the iewn of the innescb. ternr until a nc-- election could bo Take my district, for distance, one small bnt not a working majority. the Senate. Of all the Itepubli cessityJof providing more definite a snally kept la a kouea, at ka orIercd. Tlie Hoar bill was pass- of the richest, in an agricultural The Tories and rarnellitcs are otn prices. Can Senators we should have pre Jegislatioirgovermngthe counting BufficienMy nnmcrons to prevent votes. His posi- ed by the Senato when there was Tho people in ferred any on-e- to --'Sherman. He of tle electoral, to the uew navy every probability that a Republi- sense, rarelyIllinois, con Tli1 laif much legislation, and there is a tlA rNCY CAB DIE, thero tion in regard" ever o;v uuiu. L , . , a. JtlNCE-JttAAIs a man of towering ability no coast defense and internal im- can presideut would be elected. alone handle it, in the course of. "ir"n. pnssiuiuiy oi asprenyuis flCXLAS ,. T ? t If doubt the ablest of all the llepub-lica- n provements has uot becomo jjeraocrauc be aiura generally Usuie anll thev prefer silver for solution of the present parliament CZAXBEnZIES, UOMJTX, tIT3 that and circulating medium. In realitv, and a new election. leaders, excepting neither known, but it-i-s believed Uiat he voted for tho bill at CAll.lttime, i.r . I. ...I.- IlnllllKlinilll AKfl biilUK itciuuitaii oiiji.iiuiO) lo ii mere is uot enough silver iu cir Blaine or Conkliug, but he is rep- wiir reco'mmtnd a very liberal TaTtDk rule, will support tho bill now. Assistant Posthastku iu all these matters. Jculation to supply the demands-of- j resented as a statesman' without a course tTee officially deSngar, the people, uo matter what dies A Sensation SpoJIe;!. warm or generous impulse all Uncovering the Unseals. come up from the money cen:eri cided that a woman cannot he an "Will not be andaraoid. . intellect and uo soul-7-- u big brain One .of the large centers of tho United "offensive partisan."ne" onjrht Will pay full price for Dulles, Eggs Commissioner Colman has made ing papers the-- Washington mornto get married ojice aud learn contained an account states. ftnd an attenuated icicle. Think uo loud protestations as a reformsomething. disthis morning of a wonderful of sack a man as tho successor to. er, but Ue.bas-aiquietluncovered covery that had been made by the the warm-heartegenerous, no- much of the 'wholesale jobbery postal authorities. It declared ; ANOTHER California millionairA TnEcostof grandjuries to Kendied last week, leaving bohind him MANUFACTOPIR?or ble, gifted Hendricks. But the carried on through the department that for some time past a suspi- - ,1 fortune estimated at $1L,000,OOJ. tucky the past fiscal year was agriculture.during the term of ciou has of Sherman menace will oiriybo over iiia predecessor. ' The defalcation crept into the lliilids Of TTia nnmr. wjir T)minlmi -- sinil.j wa 850,280.00; of petit juries, ; somo of the officials at the post-offic- e presume, made his " total, $236,747.02. Capimoney in mm. countiy for a short time, for and reckless expenditure of ia department that a promi- ing. Thero ure three methods of tal. Congress will speedily pass the Loriug brought to nent Xew England Democratic heaping up enormous fortunes in .Presidential Succession bill, which light as the first fruit of bis Congressman was getting more Cal'fornia mining,railroadingaud surprising enough, will devolve the Presidency in fourth-clas- s Saddlery aijd Harness post- ruucuing, aim mere are auout a thau his but they, are overshadowed by masters, share of whom were case of deash ou the Secretary elfl further disclosures now being many, of for score of men sharper tha'n their State (Mr. Bayard) and ou down" made of'frauds 'practised by Car- other than his own State. It was fellows who in these vocations through the Cabinet. man, chief clerk uuder Loring. added that this Congressman has have managed to lay their hands PLUMMER & FARRISS, Among the many iustauces, the sernred nearly 100 postmasters, on a very largo proportion of the aud it was charged that it has been wealth of the State. But this k Jackton St., oppoiite Courier Office g Login covered himself with Philadelphia TinicR lias'dne found out that he has derived the methods by whjch the sonal benefit from the work per- at the cost of the hundreds of - . - KT. HICKXAN, honor by refusing to be elected he thousands who find it all they can treasury was robbed nuder LoPresident of the Senate, which riug. In this'instauce money was has been doing in making Demo- do to make a living. The presence k WELL delected stock of Saddlea aad men of all parties, should give Stolen from the government to cratic postmasters; or, iu. other of these nabobs owning baronial CJa. Harness. New work made to order. Froapt attention given to him praise for. Ho said he was subidize a Washington newspaper, words, that he has been using his wheat ranches of 20,000 to 50,OQ0 official position to run an office acres, and bank stock and railway the Sunday Gazette, 'tho witness nominated for brokerage business. The artielo shares almost without limit, iB no Tab Mot elected by the deopjoand his in the case is Frank Tlioma, who concluded.with the statement that of book-keepe- r advantage to the State, and it is of any kind. He haa secured" the aerrioea iq1883 was for Col. Gen. mature judgment 'told 'him that he T.. G Morrow, editor of that paper. Stevenson, the first assist no wonder thero are mutterings of that well known an J excellent workFarriaa, which itself ' The people by We B ant postmaster, is investigating discontent among the masses who man, Uncle Bobgood and faithfulofwork. is N, C & ought to decline. extract from his confession : guarantee of tho matter, and if he. should se- find almost every avenue to sucaprZ4 their vote3 intended that position Oa'aly 15 I received mj appointment cure good proof that the charges EALEK I . i cess blocked against them. from Chief CUrk Cnnao, . wis at that to be filled for tho vtenn of four time actis CotataiMioner. I win in. against the Congressman are true 'I" ... years by a Democrat, and the Sen- fttracttd u report to Mr. TN CarMa, ho told the member; will be treated acate ought to have obeyed the peoFerd. Ward, though sentenc him lhl " l wanted cording to the policy of the pres7 W?T md for me Md iaiU awutime to Sing Sing, continues to talk.1 ple's, order. faewoaU ent administration. I wt lo 4rw taj alry. ' " anu ins '. taitc, as might be expected D. G. PARK, n This is quite interesting, of Ob 1.3th end 29th C Tjm grand c fort will be, made wn thethe. pay clerk at or tack month I course : but unfortunately it is a is oy. no means iavorauie 10 in to department. LAW, Of course the - tk'is Gen-- . Stpvejisou, young Grants. mere .ictioiu winter to indoce"the"Gri!teriP lie gave me the mwujr PEE8OR1PTI0N3 CAM.M FU412 COMPOtfKJiMDl 5 charges of such an indubitarife 1 handed overcle0bl. Morrow. - A' J". MAY FIELD. thlsifternoou for the rogue as Ward aro not entitled io ateut to buy all the telegraph Hues wruca dids..arty trprk.ferjjUie department.I when-aske. never facts, there wasn't a word of Ticket Ageit and operate them as it does the In fad, the only room ia the building I truth said tho whole story.'VNo much credit, but this is an uuchari-tabi- c Inactive Practice HlnceHnrcb, 1877. in ever saw was the Ab Morrow and censorious world, wd lfi WILL practice in all the counties of the r nails. We trust Or Address "ROGERS, or anyaa1d,v alt I Had totlo wSrTo collect the aat- - Democratic .Congressman HOWm.SAVE IrJONEY District, body else hr official position has those.' gQiitlcmen. owe it to them. Firet Judicial Kentucky.and in the Appelmajority iu the House; will engage W. at, JaM4a, the country to ftAvei late Court of We are WkoleaaJa Headaaartera for al Pass. Agl . Paliat. Tex., r I .and the sort, so far selves and ql tho in 110 such move- 1884,wakappohted oa.thil5th of July, done anything-o- f BeptlcMy grades of defunct firm W. I. CrAKLET. waarloaskeVo'n the 7th of as I know," lie 'said, 'and the only tho affairs ments. The railroads ami' tele-frap- b AjBrfit,1885.4 'XaeBakFdunng.4henine O. P. & T. A., Masbvllle, Tea, complaint' agninst anybody this rigidly investigated at the earliest CBSW2I, 2X0IiII TOIACCQ tti dlaUS lines may need "some Gov- months I h'ef ftfficS iranet $900, the' rate FRITZ. BELLNER, T. Agt., Biekaaa. possible moment. There has'been AJD ernment supervision, but. neither beingl,200ajear. Of course it was an department has received, was in no such investigation so fer fiid H. A. & R. T. TY LER aad wilt job to dealer oaly at Ftorj eoniplraey between Chief the case of a private citizen of it is time for one. should become Government prop arraagemeator wao wag prion, "wo tn at that titnr acting one of the New England States, aruiei ATTORNEYS AT LAW. erty. Comhioner, aad aaj employer. WU Salt! iW fas kM Sal who it was charged had his expenHICKMAN MARBLE W0RI$ If the instances of remarkable HICKMAN, - - - KEN TV CRT. DSfvered Oue of Commiaaiiner Colmanrs ses to Washington paid. If we - the beat ia sa Barulofjhe city ani saiMtftet.' We ala keep to all SXXATOK HAERIS, Of TeBBM- - irst oftcial acts was to get rid of had trustworthy evidence in any cures and tho results of the an attend to all uaiaesaeatrusted eaUay a hawf ehsUe atltatiaa aiCKMAX, KT. i, received the vote of ihe Deui- - Lrrrwn,who, thtih he endeav- case that anybody received any j'wu.uiuu ui laitii nmuu were SO WILL care. or freely related in the remarkable Office Furniture Factory. ored to retaia hitaUce. had in sort of payment to use his influ- discussion ocratie Secators for Freiideat of FAMHY GROCERIES. at the cure ef btiag eugted, placed ence to get an appointment, we ventiou in Chicagofaith week asn. nov8.'78 COSFECTIONEKIlt, " the SeuaU. last Wrn 011 "farloagh? tWnen who were would revoke that appointment at AND FRUITS, part true, we de"ot ids accomplices ia thonn frauds. once." ? autaia is Terylowfor the cash TftB Republicans of Ohio are expecting wonder that tho doctors are'n. to reiaetate them iu the C. L. DKALEU IS eaperate iu their attempt to AMD AaaaicAB Makblr TAUA 7? of his reteutlou. Some Hal Work (Jut Uut for posed to that sort of pathy. ,i,e" lavMto the) return of Sherman to e most remarkable ofHiee LAW ATTORNEY Ar Sana. aUMTOXlXTf, TOMB AKP QRAV1 Ua Senate. The latest decision was the statement of a beHier The Belcher Sugar Befming Special to tbe Time. Estate Agent Collector, Real f the Cincinnati court, composed STOHEf. named of JSD ALSO, Washington,- Dec. :. Hon. said Dais had Ottawa, III.Qe o7 three .Republican judges, has Company, of SLLauis, iro., which that he HICKMAN, KY. and ali;kid been.confinato AVISO received a iae lot of Aaa employs 400wen7 resumed work Win. J. Stone, member for the Nets,Sainea, Lines, Hooks, LOWER aid LOWER. deeJara4;tfcat the. four lie imhl "" teaa aa itauaa aartti. 1 aa pr of Ushiag Tackle and Supplies, at bar Tuesday after twa vnr of nrofit- - First or "Purchase" district, is on his bed for some time; and"e Will attend promptly to all nsj IVentrusted kirn in Sonthweatert gam. Groceries ana ouppca-erall- y. ocMiora aua nine Uepreseuta- - able" Idleness; tke All kiadaaf Qroeerle--ka- a, pared to IU all orders. Gall aad esa immediately pro-ceo- day he made up his mind aeiB side, Laclede Rolling deck, and will r wars. did, vveaaafl an Jjemocratic Repre-eatstir- e mill, with a Uaekeapeat. I will aet ka to contest tho Kcvenue up, aud hesince. aud he bad atTer Kentucky and Northwestern TeaBesse workiaf ontfit of 200 Order frta tke eeaatay vreaptlj (saeceesfal over a color- meu, will aademht been sick Specialattention given to the inTestiga 'ar wiTTtIO. J01K eo'trv wair hkI week. Agency with Hon. Win. P. Taul- aayS Land titles, and the purchase ed Repablfcau) hare been elected tion of fjan8 ale of Real Estate. ml are entitled to the certificates. after a suspension of two years; bee. It will be pull "ism," pull Tue negro convention at&i. Tiny also declared elected the and it is giveu oat that the Vulcan "Pros.," and Sanilinrdetthad bet- ingtou memorialized the Lefi,ia. Qroeeriefa difworks will soon he running aud ter come in aud striko out the REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. Pwcuatte eeanty officers. tare asking a colored teachtrs' . FA-RIS- employing 200 anil. ference. A.. 25ctt Lower tn&a the Lowei A normal school; resolved iu favor NKSDBUHBAN RESIDENCE, lcu FIaCJUIAlfT 1 KKjrruorr received the las PHYSICAN AND SURGEON, I have bo clerk eapeasesao store tea CHIOAQO b4 Af.wmm. Six EoaWa. 'Two Cia fiannoOO fire The decision 0 the Supreme of enforcing their rights on jtiies aad pay cash for all asy Groceries, aad FXR9R Meal vear through fines, il.l27.-- J atrday ia ... Ci- - teres. Good Well, BpriBg, Stable's, Orchard in railroad trains, resolve jn HICKMAN, States iu the KEN1UCKY herefore can aell as cheap a the cheap jj,ng which the Court of the Unitedcases will put and of a constitutional cohten- c Apply to Conn firemen saferej jawM Tabacce, of the btttkraada. favor SUFFERS his Professional Services to from cold, faiaons railread-taanch GEO.K.ilELM, CI'TlckV. $275,824.00; Cottnt otifl v. .. Hn ., ...... tn1nrrrallinil pm.iUI UaV Hoar, 26 Mats hper f ;? 1 .i "IMS. the theraWaittarBatandinff at ze- - into the treasury of Kentucky tiwi. ,....rUw. .uuuwiBfi.cc the eitlieas of Ilickaaa aad vicinity aayllWe-i- a UickaaB, Ky. attM-t- f JVUM Ht9.08. Capital. to .Mrs. uenuncKs- jaaHKtv V. about $75,0C0. e -- mcBiiage is quite ionju" ; nmcut something over 20,000 ShaH PSV for Ihft Paniifti'" wordsf Jt deals nt with' - rt i the Messagi1 . itU i" Frobnllq.,Iire:flnlioii " SCo- - Small CoimUcfi From Ya.Iucnli St.u.ditril. VH i.lXtg e. C'oiuifry 2fewHjaperft. Krota the - Kiivci'MMion Tllft Pllltrir nf ilin r..,.nl.H, . r" n is now qmto probable that itor seems to V lMlv,,V.'3ion.a take UII(llll(Uy lien. parairrah wlueh the oianiaVil t'e lell A dricks, in the absende of the elcc-- J clipped from the Hickman Coirft.r Hon ot a president pro teuinoreof uitinjr the fact that the'lah'iUt t,,e Senate, will cause the passage counties of the Purchase, viz early in the present session of Con- - Ballard, Calloway, Graves, n and Marshall, were piper l,c jn Mii,iii.iiHin;ui- iS100." t lepreBuieMt.al pucces- counties, Awhile McCrackeand iv uxiiirr r . . ' ll1 VF)aiih n'li "- - T"8 "HVII, iUU Mnnllnnt . ev.ent H lilt All ,l.n OllllillCOt tUrjiBM(i a Hiuk-muno-sto- Jfi.anuri IU'jnillcuD. liw Lififf 85 Stabls. norat ft MiUt HICKMAN, KENTUCKY; 7, - IMWK-Mii- iu W. G. BJNGMAN. -- -- lia do-mau- sale and livery stable Fakis Parker, self-supportin- g, j irgu-broug- ht kfatae-niatie- a, Book-Keepin- a, ' J DIESTELBHISK 1 r. less-aiinoviiu- y .... ...,..., ... Family Groceriejw s, -- ! CALDWELL. MART CALDWELL. lAKILY VicG-Preside- nt B I CASE & MILLET, S. TtJDGE, nottQ-jirt'Me- nt w ! -- ; n. ... Grocers, HICKMjJST KENTUCKY, flrsl-claa- Tt I y d, HERTWECK, BALTZER & CO. pBwBwII $18C,-401.0- 2; 1 NASHVILLE, Atlanta, inves-ffgation'we- re illus-'irafin- s enq Chatanoog Florida Hickman, Kentucky T RGfAinnG THE OLD RELIABLE CHAS. A. IIOLCOMBE, -- St L l Prtfesstaaftl Cart Af -- -- - ... . ii irRmMiioiNi, nm im nmm F AVQRIT 0Uiirttt I ? d pay-clerk- 's iv J. W. GROCERIES FreshMeata, .:. oa one-tent- h ent RANDLE. F. E. CASS, D.M wMilla,l f.aUadsea. a of-th- Family Groceries; -- A m .,. -- d tbet H DR. FETHE'SSALOON. juir.-iiJicrksJI2.477.- x fw. kh'0 mi ...., O It a .3 I j--aE-rre i SN.. 'A -- ' Ji v ? f