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THE HICKMl eJ ?t Kt ?j " &$ mrn TT13 tit TSs iJSr U J V - Fine Job Printing EXECUTED With Neatness and Dispatch. M mi M II A Mu 3j ""'j BrrVBLOPES, LETTER-HEADi- tf BILL-HEAD- Xlio 01let ISToWjSl tTT jh.. I"ir Vntntn IToii.ir.tfi.' 5l . -. gg :- - . 71 "8 S. INVITATIONS. a.i"-d tmuce r srascwpxiox. ftiso. 0 FOREIGN NEWS. ETC.. ETO, vs -j ESTABLISHED TURKEY TALKS BACK. Arni.i-S.tF- 1859. 1 HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KEKpjOKY, ERIDAY. DECEMBER IS. SHOT IN COURT. M.ir-h.- il Uei-cmb- 1SS5. I QLrX:L--jST- 0. 11. OJkiiZi XT. THE MfUTARY SERVICE. Foraker, who was also (affected by the Reforms la TUs Branch of Government buzzing of the Presidential bee, went Aici l llei KicliUnml U Tieiurfd to Ite- - Kttimim! O'Neal. In . l.flurl to Brongbt afcmt by 'Wise Democratic back to Ohio a wiser man, convinced inloroe llulnri iV ior.lsvlllo Leaf Tobacco Market. 'Vtortall Wuiimled bj lrapi Vlrst Another Battle in Which the Servi that sectional hate is not so popular as legislation. Trouble Among tho Equine Race a& I) it. Dark and heavy styles have been about Deceml-- r 11 Dispalche- - fioni ane are Victorious. Cincinnati. The raob,imp0rblnt and suggestive he thought. Carr, who was conjuring t C'imisnau, in Washinotov. December supported except for common lug? and A thne Pirot nate that fighting wns J, f ui tojncreaie the annual appropriation for trash, which aie about 23c lower. Other fact in all the. current annual reports up fancies regarding Uie ti noon in the Marshal'-- , offorced by the Seiviuiis It was not Prince o'clock ;arni8 for was tiitroduc,ii to grades of lugs ha re ruled firm. There has tried the same 'Tatal garment, A Terrible Fire at I'lv month, EiikUihI, A Alexanders intention lomakcnnyfomard fice jn-- t aero tl... hall iroin tls United The - iiiploms of nil I'pldemlc Mstatf tcthenvjththe militia private pen-o- n of thO raflitary establishment is tho and his incipient boo'm vanished. One numerous l.ii s State- - Court loom, measures revived from last Number ol I.I I.ot. the Goveiument been only one active buyer in this depart- great in 'nd. hicb Is Proving 11it.il. .n movement until this morning Three Serdoere of desertions. During of the saddest wrecks ft John S. Wise, & ',esolutions were agreed to callinir Joian-- t ment. Leaf, old and new, lias been in vian deserters vreiv brought to the general building Covington. Kj . and while Judge certain Rcputihcan iotinater- - reinovel moderate supply, and demand has been thd' previoH year the number of who was persuaded by little llahoue , Bairwa-oi- i the lx.in.h sentencing in C vw Maine; anoTnhe olliciul correspomlent Belgrade, December 13. A. lekRiam j htaduancis yetcrda afternoon at four had been 3,741; and that that his victor' in Virginia would enWin Day. Conn bailiff, shot and mor-tal-h CixciN.WTi. O caw of cx.Minlter Kcilej, .Decemberlf Thereisadis- - ithe theiPrcflilent to turm.sh nn Al-- o renut-- f quiet. We quote 151 tobacco as follows deserters the front state- - that a long and o olool: and save information of tbeimpond- jBg' Iroin infoi million for wounded Ed O N'eal, a packages of old tobacco: un this prodigious loss was not exceptional title him to honorable mention, at among horses that tbreatfcu received in respect to the cstabiislurent ol Moody engagement took place yesterday i ing attack 1he desirtedthenightpieMous least, in the next National Convention. der imliitment for f ounteifeiting. O Neal ease epidemic Uwrley. from n divi-io- n stationed live Darkmul Ueacv. nn-sjl i c mis made known by examining also the to play havoc in Cincinnati. To votennary: jn International ratio of gold between the Servians and Bulgai ian- -. Tbe ' Nissa Tli' un- - the cause of the burned de- - wa- ) MS. 3 T5 J 3 7Ma 4 23 His was a very tiny, unpretending Trash awaiting trial and Hit posted on the. sffcv lujouruesi. 4 00& 1 50 4 lues,.... town of VelikMzoor a wre-te-d fioni tbe pal tnre ol troops fi om. Pit ot last evening at at the Marshal's del:. in surgeons and others who are unexpected, f 'HocSE There was a Ion.? v. rankle ovi i tlie Common jugg .... .. 5 00a 5 2a 5 603 4 75 record.- pf Ithe two years preceding that boom, but he hugged It all the chjscr. .. Sift 23 one. The three threatened points were subject the diseu-- e has not been possession of two battalions belonging to ' timet ruies, tnrwlneli .Messrs. Jtorrton, inn;ir. Med um . . ... ,. 5 3"iiaggregatG desertions for Ho foreswore his Democracy, and his B 25 &y$ 7 t the drawer of which wns a Good lugs Utted. Uvor, Hlscock. the Pirot Division of the Bulgarian army, I as liefoi t fTlie Servian- - Kraotennd St. revolver. It developed subsequently as it was raging in Europe la- -t year. Dr. iKandall.Tteod. Pflrl. The Herbeit and Ham- - Common lent. ... . 7 UO. 1 50 7 23 7 75 thoicfthreetyearsweiind to have been former assertions of loyalty to his trainICrehftla eflker appoiiucd wir repnlbod in that' yfD(J' t00k 8 75! 0 Medium leaf . . . 8 Wii 050 though who attacked the Servians Upon finding each leen Coniialxt(.a on jFuks as toow-leaving 'i)0 iisonersnnd two that O'Neal jail foi he hadmonths, in the LAlwind. liowman, ot tuis citv, says 13 exact figures 10,991, ing and education, and joined hands Covington fifteen had in he has been kept going constantly for lour Carlisle, Rartdnlk Morrison, ltecd and lhs. Clpod leaf" .... ... ..10 OOail 50 17 MtV 00 aearty.li.pjg-ithemselves outnurubeied the hainLs. pieoe of .rtilkrj in Bulgarian ot itis r'aacy leaf .. 1J Oi&lo 00 00320 00 xvllTelfrS attaremoro razor rf .fifil annnnllr with the enemies and slanderers htslit-tl- e a occupied this his pocket a blaclT and a package of mixed or fivo davs trving to relieve tho biifferina Koct. On motion or Mr. Spiiuscr the pro Aliistapba Palanlca that thoy wished to unendor native State. He now lies with pepper cajenne and tight, the Servian sudden call from Judgt Bair,There came a of the animals that bave been y The ipaxrm enlisted strength of the '"he Servians, who were elderly morning tter a ehaij) on the bench, boom and Mahone in a political .iilircllaneous Items. tkemg in disordei. The Bulga- for tht men belonging to "the second" .reserve, garrt-o- n army, is JSJIIOOO, a number rarely s the disease is so uncommon, borst pnsrtnein vo position is naturally a siiong one, tence twenty thev tiled out, receive sen- often die befoia their owners know thai rdftvto avvaitits reinirt. 10. .Sm.ATR llills shouted liavo rian The contest ofth'd tobacco warehousemen readied oalmy given dato on account grave from which there is no resurrecreply in "You December Slowlj and passed tion. already our children with the Tunok River in ftout and the ucros the hall, under deluded Lwere introiluccd toprovideforCbtAitab'Sfli of Louisvillo jjver deputies, to In ill aro senou'-lir.nyr n ru,.l.l l.i'iMTTHnh If. nlHitl r. flnv spector has ended, the election of an die- of.irfnecustments; indeed. Gen(meaning the ouths of the fii Preserve) in mam ndgv'- - oI tue Balkans immediately the courtroom, Da leuiainiug m the Mar thoy termed bv different Tho disease b?. - ,r,... - Sherman and Logan may endeavor ,V.... travelers iroin "I andttbe association surceons as .W the in their .rear. eral 'ahex'jm, 'iter deducting the is evidently It Alexander make a slml's office in which onlj O'Neal and leen that fa&hion, but ou can not deceive n " license laiuiWJTv-- i rciai eudeavor-iu-g fluenza. distemper, catarrhal fovcrR; td XHcsiaiuiu orjiiniianoiniir uje uia jsolved: fferffiwNaBf once to construct new booms by Thereupon they "oburged the Bulgarians intention of Prince Str' lie closed undJockl epiddmic catarrbc.-J)- r himself were left Bowman asJ5fcJ5eJc.pifctnir ri carsj,?PpahiIu4tt3 topropagatii.the. gospeLof Uateiav with the baonet M'nttprinrr tlitin in !ver- - tlauk movement and capture the lailroadj the door on the.. As ejttmStcdillB'aT'cTage enlisted strength the Senate, for it would be idle to ex-and. l- -i ine rcspiraici yfisi session providing xor tne ettltmr nt of X iJlitns rear. pt.iyssaiJius cuiuub eftl leaped postages' gcuerauy, cuinmeiiciuK in lut) cams of oiiicers and eulistcu men ottiie beneath the Ohio River bridge at Louisville, Wto for army work at 23,000. Hence, the SL SSanu woaflStd on tiie field. The Servians rsupi.lies.OT colhnlulrrtalToi vlth 'BeJgVeTI ItnrneTtbaok with 'the ixom, him bispackageofpepperopen trmy for Ios of private property d iroi.d a few days ago, has been identified as that desertersof 1834 numbered nearly one Eect that even the severe lessons they b'- - J to pi e eut toward hand and the revoKci loveled In the membrane of the .nose ami gradualism-volvino lmlriluanrvri:toi-- Much enthusiasm or the inteiior. toThe if ismauife-tein one received can shake their affection i..M. tho entire respiratory apparatus. lathe military scrviceof the I'nltm mi-tof David Jes-- o Judd, of Green County, who in six of all the enlisted men. this, will hae attack the Bulgarian line othei The pepjen was most ki'lfullj d in Belgrade ovei the uceeM improve tho eibclencj of tbe im'iti.iy Young horses in good condition, which for their bloody shirt. But such booms defeubes to stop the advance. To attack thrown and tilled both ot Da of had been in the city for a day or two drinkof the Servians. 6up;binir serviceable ordntatu f store- When jvc find, therefore, that durway of their predare bound to go Pirot would be usele.- - The fighting will In an instant thuv was total ejes havo been kept in not stables, are visited repeal all Ian prfiliiLiUnppc Lo.viki.v. JJecember la. A fiiev which tow ing heax'ily ing the past year there were 715 fewer ecessors at the the "Blaine hns dis1 here with most severe results Horses in bar- cd 6tildler. vvittiout nroofot lovattv; to r. plate near Mustapha-Palank- u polls. caused a fearful lo uf life oeeuriod to- take agon of an and pain racks, well worked anil in onlv moderate. fighting this nu.ru a fow desertions than the year previous, appeared as a prominent factor in the At the Olympia ilepos.tor ot night at Plymouth. The fire broUe out in are rumors of more nere aarkIle5 and suffering the condition, do not escape, but aro not imburso theTrust Company, the Fiiclni' n .i cioiiu mai me In ami toenv a teuemeut-housin Love street a uumm tnt: Armv ottctais '"Ost aeiite pain IJny still lemembeied nearly as badly affected as their relatives burciu amitin e arts under the munaecti.. t.t evenings ago, the children xvere amnsing bringing the total below 8,000, we cerPresidential line, and Evarts, who was wflltakc phu-- at, a po,t ot thoracghfare in the slums devoted to sail- battle themselves by hauling each other down a tain!' have struck upon the most promevesiht was left i.uvi predict its what he liHd seen Institution. The most favora- nt tic lookin-- forward to 1S92 as a candidate or lodging-housecheap taverns and tall six miles north of the cityrandtwenU-touto him With a blind sweep ot his left of more tender enrs was sent In bv the hill on a large sled, nnd during one trip ising feature in the current condition on to operate is in bntcbof iiouiinatious itbiu the next and rickety tenement. Most of the oecu capitulation the Columbus or discovery plat. Land h President, pistol by the barrel ble time for the disease of down little Wilson McKee toppled off the from the gain in pants or the tenements weie asleep noui-- v toKtaj OOOlurKJWio'uioeei-- . un and with caught thecaught the villain bv the spring The attacks aro sudden and pomlnents.cons sting mainly intorecess his right Thesi nate went ivuma sled, and, falling in front, tho cntirl load of tho army. Apart etlect uerc im- form, will have to content himself with v lieu the fire staited Those hu wero for Pirot it is rumored that the Russians the throat They went down together genernllj ushered in by shivering Tins Fessioiat an earlv hour, relerret tue nmi.i discipline and moral his Senatorial The popularvoto Widdin disMakdor were awakened by the tumult are preparing to occupy the.Philippojoin. As thev fell the 'weapon dis huged the is followed with loss of appetite, sore nation, and adjourned. ran over him crushing one of his thighs plied, the actual pecuniary saving in the deals in tho term. uncompromising throat, and every indication of an extreme most iuadu frantic, efforts to escajw In most trict, and a Hot'lE. Not in session. ball crazmg Day's hip and boi BcrrALo, Larue County, has hid quite an expenses of recruiting and in the supply mannerwitli booms, which are wrapped cases their terror overpottered their rea states that tho Porte, in view of tl,. lug a hole m the wall alioiit three feet lv bad cold or catarrh. There is a disWasiington, December 1J. Sen vtt: Not charge from the nostrils, and the eyes con- lusrsson. revival of hostilities, has consented to upheaval in the past few days in the way of of clothing, equipments and horses is up in the Nesstts garment of sectional ou, und the3' tli- - burning hijju Then two men, cquallv powerful tinually weep, while thepooi animalwears further action on the RoumHian building only to " meet death on Housb Tlie Speaker laid before the lb ue assignments The other day the firm ot E very great, since deserters do not scruthe on" with full of hi- - elites-, hate. Albany Argus. counte- a larjfl nuinb r of executive communicafoi the present. the pavement. One man was instantly dtsperatelv teuton libeitv oi death, and a most dejected and attempts to tions. JbcluUiti.: the annual reports J the W. &E D Brow ufield, doing business as ple to tako off whatever Government nance. The horse frenuentlv lulled and Vien.na, December 11. The Tul kish Mm beyond lewgin i armed with a hooter of general merchants, failed Next day W property may be of service to them. shows tbe tion by jumping from a fourtb-to- r uiu-l"ister has notified the Government that if the best tvpe the othei totallv bliud.ratked cough andcases inordinato thirst, though Attoroo flencia) the Sccreturj of Ci frens-ur- i W. Brownfield, ALL HARMONIOUS. What is the cause of this fortunate an4 the I omptro'Iorof tho in serious father of ouo member of it can not drink on rfecount troops cross the border the with the most acute pain, arid oulv know to the sidewalk. Mali) ot 'the ludcers the ircncr of soreness of throat, Tho disease first and thei were a l on tho Inb a lor tue pres- tho broken firm, a distiller, made an change? No doubt several causes have Futile Attempts of tlio Itcpubllcaus to.Sth throw ma Ureases and other articles ot bedSultan vnll consider h a dittct al front u. mg that b had man b a this country as an ent. MnB tk iTonn.l Lcsris'ature. ding uiou the ground and jumped upon the Sultan's prerogatives," and Turkish struggled for lif his death the throat Up Dlsconl lu the Democratic Party by to produce it, but the most assignment and tbo day after JefferIn his hip made its appearance in the leading sympand tion of fte Connecticut immediately invade Sorvin pocket D.i in 1:20 Then ibem from a heightof foit feet Onocbild troops will "Manufacturing" Trouble. had his own There epidemic swelling of tliojimbs and ofumes that a sujtali t mw bt pu-- ed tor tie asei. son Brownfield, miller and grain dealer potent probably arc the recent wise tom was was killed in this way, and eeml men from tho south seize Brikop, and form a j vva- - no "'time to draw Life-it tainmcntHtid rmmtin? of tho Klet'oial vote successful efforts to make the callWhenever the Republican press is at and Momeu had legs" and .inn- - lirokeii junction with the Bulgarians at Nis-- a Laid on the table. At the Hoa'e ad and father of the other member of and of the hung on the chance of controlling of the head. soldier more nearly, as Gen- a loss for something to say against the one hundred thousand the pistol whnh O'Neal held In this terri The fire escapes Aere crowded with hou'-Tho Turks have the first named firm, o failed The lia- ing Journcd all Mo:iluj. hold gutls and wtre Useless. ilan pitiful ' men on the frontier, and it Is under, ble struggle amid the darknt of WAslllI'nov. December 14 m s vth. The bilities and assets aro not known, bnt it is eral ililes once expressed it, "such as Administration it falls Tiack on ' tl 1 the EXPLOSION IN A MINE. bights wuru witnessed bj the laigo stood that they contemplate making his right hand never left tho throat gripthe bill vva- - it ported faPresldenkal suece-sio- n of the young men of the country will seek assembled iti the streets, but Kwcrles a similar movement through Roumanta. t mutual and the left hand wie-te- d vorably, ind Mr Hoar iravc notice that be satd they owe cousiderabtemoney in Louisaway Three Men Hilled and Many Others Hadand tho veterans will desire to retain." stale and unprofitable yarn of dissatisville. to help. One lodger, a young man named The situation is o threatening to Austrian tho pistol, turned it, caught tho trigger, would oil it upTuerdav for conli ration Mr EdniiiKl- - will attach to it as an aim The last Congress was unprecedentedly faction between the President and his Bickford, clung to a windoiv sill for prestige that the Emperor and King Milan pulled bliudlv and a ball crushed through It Iturneil ill Wilkcbarrp. Pa. Juh.eC M. Bicknell died at his home liberal in its legislation for this pur- Cabinet It seems useless to endeavor bit icjnii.Uin the 1'ie '1 nunl (oiitit several minutes with his little sister under have been in communion all the morning the counteift'iter's bodj Then, wild with , A The nienli' rstnp .of the Cointnittce on December WiLKEbBiKiir. near New Castle, tbe other night. ag-- d his arm If he had been alone he could At twoo'clock thisafternoonit was, author- agony and excitement. Day rushed into fr.ghtful explosionPv gas pose. It increased the per diem allow- to convince those crazv quilt sheets of was increnscl to t n. ar.'l Senaof took place this fifty years. bave dropped to the street in. comparative itatively announced here that King Milan the with his hand over tor Louro appointed as the mlditio m iui ances in money paid for the performing tlie utterly ridiculous nature of sueh safety, but the child had vitooned and was had addressed a note to all the Powers soeves, crjing for help O'Neal Is morning in Mill Creek nunc, operated by reDn Smith M. Hobiis, a leading citizen of extra or Mr Sent il was relieved at bif duty. It created a deadweight. At last he had to let go his liciting their opinion as to a just settle- mortallv "wounded, und cannot recover & iiudson'Coal Company At quest ot he Chairmanship of ib i up tu tt e Bullitt County, died a few days ago at his the new grade of Tost Quartermaster an assertion. Tiie' hug the delusion hold, but he managed to fall in such a ment of tho Bulgarian demands, and it Lovmi tho time there w cio about 100 miucrs, la- on Military Atlairs and s Mt Washington. He had served Sergeant, which opened eighty new all the closer, as they do the home at way that tLe htilu girl fell on top of him. promi-- e to abide by such decision. of o the Mieriiiun w ith borers and bovs m the slopo. The drew frou tli- ( position. Mr I'riv i ? s and in tho Legislature aud was a prominent RIOTOUS MINERS. Both his leg are broken ami his spine inouunittee on places for promotion, with increased John Roach's ruin, the bloody shirt ignited gas tho breast Electiousand tin t ommitte-oohad Library, candidnte for Congress in the Fourth disin jured.' Ho is alo terrlblj burned about the FIENDISH. Ten Alen lnured in the Meloe. One of where a l w us appointed on both tlicsp pay and allowances, to men who had and tlie steamship subsidy. Never.was the face and hands bv the flames which miner named Coffy wn9 at and Mr Whom will Die witiidr. w irotn trict convention which first nominated served creditably during four years or a Cabinet more harmonious and zealcommune' jh .Miinuer-eito Which Farm-Ou- t surrounded him l.fore he foil The luhuiii.iii Treatment work An exploring party of omo twenty tho Conitnttre on Military Atlairs. The bul Hon Tom Robertson. child is badly turned, but will recover I'aiipcrs Were Subjected. more. These promotions and transfers ous in carrying out the policy of the Pittsih ueu. Pv . December io Pine miners entered the slope as soon as tho fixing IKS salary or CM District Judges at The. firemen w 01 Ked heroicall v ' era! of A nEsTnccTivE fire occurred in the var- in turn opened vacancies among the President than that which surrounds RCsSell, Mvss , Dwember 13. For many Run was tho scne of another not this news had reached the surface. It was fS.'H'J w - favorably leported and pliced on were detailed toeuteithe burning them A lorn; nsoon discovered that, many had been nishing rooms of the Avery Plow Factory company sergeants and corporals. of n' ess nominaMr. Cleveland. Every member U building, which w ih then a veritable fur- months thero have been rumors afloat of morning between the striking coal miners bui nod, and thev at onco began to remove the caletder tiom the President, wiio cruel treatment of tho town paupers by and the men who bave been working for them. George Martin was found dead. tions were riuuul new Posttunsters. After at Louisville, entailing n los- - of ?30,000 ector-General Davis is authority for thoroughly imbued with the spirit nace ot fire, and rescue the Mirvivor ruldcd a lumber of The factory is tho largest of tho kind in the statement also, that the supplies flf of reform and the necessity of faith Ttiese plunged into the eething KeeperChapmanwbo has forthree years bid the past two weeks at the reduced wages. of one hour and tw ut Injured aro John an exocitive those senou-l- v flames, followed bj the pipemen who kept off tho town's poor at an averago of about This morning, about half past 3 o'clock, Among laborer; Nicholas Gray, driver; minutes the naie .nljouriied nt 5 Si r. m. America. About 12,000 finlshed plows were food and clothing havo been generally fully fulfillinjr the highest expectations Cleasv. r. playing the hose upon them and upon eaih seventy-fivMorrison submitted tht report destroyed dollars a year for each pauper when aloul twentv five miners were ou Sain Morris, laborer, and Peter Stone, la- of good in quantity and quality, and formed of the Administration. Only other, ih thU' way seeral lives were the Oiinmittfcoii Itulc- -. wtncti via- - orderborer, Cleasv badlj burned and Tae Henderson dally Jb'trHalhaschanged promptly delivered during tho year. Mr. earnest and united eflbrts could liavts kaved. After the tiro was extinguished The" Selectmen havo persistently denied tho their way to work in Lynn's mines, a his skull is fracturedis He can not sur- ed pnn'iHl and i. Id over until fctato Board Itandil d men met vive. Peter Coffv twelve bodies were found burned to a cnp. rumors. Two officers of th aud Charity squad of two hundred But perhaps the greate-- t incentive to accomplished the vast amount of valuburn-on minor. tywas triviuA pcrmiSMon to nle.it a it name to Daily Ttme3. Lunacy of Health, repoi iroMisit..iu to lolis'.dcc Two lodgers are still missing , and is tntciuallv in- bills vvjs oppo-c- d in the John Vanmeteh, colored, who escaped remaining in the service has been fur- able work done during the past eight "an completed have just inves- them and demanded that they return to the face and aim-commitis tees, aid tlio House airjourned at 12 : their homns. Thi thoy refused to do, jured. Ho will die Joseph I'aidu-ltigation Some of the details of their a from the Warien County jail more than a nished by tlie act passed bvT Congress months. The radical changes introIn ought to tti A MONTAIIA TRAGEDY. are too revolting for publication The and the mob then "mad" an attack seriously injured. He was year ago, was recaptured at Bowling Green last winter enabling any enlisted man duced into each department, facilitatinspectors found filth abounding and upon them w ith club- -, sticks and stones. top naked, lust lothing having been burn. J INDIAN WAR THREATENED. n few days ago. who has served as such for thirty years ing its operations and attaining results Hi- - recov ry - eonsidi is d The Sou uf a Mnriiiau The not lasted two bom- -, and about ten from his bodv Kill- - Two -- tenches loo loathsome for human enduwhich a year ago would have been 1'cmoiw ami llien Coimnlt- - Suicide. rance Not a few of the mmntes had for nieu were injured One of them, New doubtful Nicholas Grav the drivel I v, A K B. W.vLKmvof Graves County, who to be retired, if he wishes, with t'irl-ni- i; of Dull in beils nothing but a pillar of busks upun the ton Campbell, a driver, was set upon by had bis riht evo torn trom iLs socket of his pay, and also of his al- deemed impossible, the sensible im, are injured more or less from Ccueral we- -t lmniliuiit. In tb NortU- accused two Paducah policemen of robbing Dxllox, M. T, December 13. Shortly floor, aud for covering only old clothing Many othei-l tx striker.-- and laten to itisensibilitv provement of the public service, effilibel. lowances for subsistence and clothing. after midnight la- -t night Moes Morrison. Cpon such a bed an aged man named His mjunes are latal Richard Mall arid flying pieces of coal and wood. December 14 Father Ln- - him, has been arrested for criminal i'TfvJIt Mhr a enlisted men, most- ciency, integrity and dispatch taking Already ninety-liv- e He gave lwnd ' one of the proprietors of the Nevada saSamuel Mjford w ere ulsossriously injured Thompson died without attention TLe , Kuiiii jc, um iioiiiuu Ciiiuiiuc missionary oflicers, have the place of incompeteuc,f corruption food provided bun was uncooked corn The otherx got awavwith slight cuts ami loon, in this town, was about The ieople of Woodville, McCracken ly mug tho tsmculeet Indians, nrrived b to brui-eThebaw's Sacred Elephant Dead. After standing their ground meal, mixed with water: Starvation, saloon for the night, fie invited evcra! County, have subscribed enough money to taken the benefit of this act Thev and red tape, tlie abolition of gross iiPJjTS 111 tho North wtt vesleidav Tbe ob- for nearly two hours, the neii unionLondon, Deccmlier II Advices i; parties to take a drink with him. Among rather than disease or old age,in hastened ists were "driven off and fled to places of aL build n house for Dudley Beck, a poor man, generally get, with their allowance.-- for abuses, the impartial dispensation of !!his death. It is alleged that his last visit impross upon or nTi lifc;-.uui food and clothing, from three hundred justice Maudalay state that tho sacred white the crowd was a gtmblerby the name of moments he called for vater to cool his safety. The strikers then staved in the vito replace the one be lost bj- fire. Government tho necessity of imenergy and practicability in every five hundred dollars a dollars to Hiram Perry. While the drinks were be- parched lip- -, but though his cries were cinity of the nhnes until daybreak, waiting pbant is dead he customary ceremouy .cdiately dispatthing a strong mili- The depot xvatchman at Henderson, a aud in some cases still more than tiie branch of the Government, all testify e ing set up a woman named Frankie heard by passer-bnone went to his aid. on more miners to come to work, but none of keeping the !od a Uloo7, Illllia forcoto man named Robinson, was knocked over latter sum. General Rochester has re- to the harmonious working of tlie in and was invited by Morrison made th ir appearance. Tho mob then Not long ago anotfier inmate, once a d to join th party in an oyster supner of the town, died similarly of a wedged the switch of the private coal road days was prevente by the Biitishofficinls,, TupJ:6 nrnves. j10 MUS. ,vjiell Itn likTf i va by an engine and had his jaw broken and commended tho pawnent of nine dol- President and his CabineL Those facts per. The woman started in advance of the terrible disease One man, a school teacher running to th mine and disappeared over owing to sauitai v lensons iue i'10?1 Ncry turbulent, and might tako tho war skull fractured. Ho was drunk. lars a month in lieu of the ration and constitute a sufficient answer to the idle crowd, ami tlw whole party except Perry aud public lecturer, after enduring assaults the hills A tiam coming along a short was attended bv an enoimou t path ot anv liniment Should thev rise thev eK'ctipied The respectable citizens of Frankfort are clothing allowances, and General Drum minors of the Republican press and are went into a restaurant. Vbout the time and hunger, finally ran away. The general time Intel was thrown trom tho track eli pliantnear King a in.'iguif eut palace of would undoubtedly have the heartv sup Thebnw's ,alace A s Moirison tinned from the clerk's desk care of the paupers was fouud to Iks on a and the engine upturned, but no one wua lis own still endeavoring to rid their pretty little suggests a payment of a gross sum for further corroborated by the testimony pnrtof powei Iui tithes in tl.o l tnto, of tli London Perry began to ue sonic abu-iv- e language par with that given in the above described hurt Another outbreak - looked for to- leeently visited he white' Standard, who Were such an alliani e made and an In linn city of its disreputable houses. pay and allowances, which would vary of a high official, who is well informed elephant, says war begun, the Blnckfeet and other tubes toward .Morri-o- n morrow morning. The striker.-- camped in and the woman Morcases. Tho Selectmen aro charged with tryabout A Cleveland, O , man wants to start a from S5S.40 per month for chief musi- on the subject. lie says: e rison stepp-- d the door and Peiry the woods some distauce from the mines, tho onlj whitevhicb him was m two Miiall to tho north would cert.iiulv take it put, ing to get rid of , were almost imper. said: -- 1 have a notion to kill you them. kill off tho paupers to Nearlj ever, member of his official housebut will not allow any one to approach dirty spot.-with which tho wire factory at Henderson if the people cians to $23.90 for artificers. Thus it and n war, in Mc. Cleveand het ami in v elf. and end this them Tho people living in tho vicinity ceptible recent troubles would bo but ns a diop in will give him an acre and a half of ground will bo seen that the maximum allow- hold has had d sasreemcMt Willi be credited. land, Ifnewr-pipcreports are to are greatly alarmed ami fear a general troublet" and a be spoke drew a large the bucket, would have to Ik, waged In'toie and subscribe for 12,0) worth of stock BEATEN AND ROBBED. ance for enlisted retirement is really MosSrs llayard. Garland and Vilas have teen army pistol aid shot Morrison, the ball enDeath from Cold and Want, raid along'the river the Indians could be subdued All the tribes The probability is that Henderson will dis- above six hundred dollars a year. Carticularlyniont oned as coming under tho tering hclo the left ee. Death was inAn Old Man Nearly Killed by Robbers, s displeasure. And now, Ot NEi. Ill , December I This morning aro vowing vengeance for tlm hanging of pense with a wire factory ou those terms. stantaneous. IVny tben turned and fired rebellion, There are mam murderers of the with it is asain reported that he is Who Gained an Entrance by A TERRIBLE CASE. a man suppo-e- d to bo a. tramp was frozen the Indian thev aio prepared Kiel fight the at tbo ikoinau, who was retreating through to The otherdny Frank Martzman, an aged offices like those of Ordnance Sergeant. the Secrctarv of Statu. 1 happen to, know that and say Strategy. to death near Bono Gnp, Edwards County, the back door ot the lestaurant. His aim these rumors aro wholh groundless. 1 do not luttor end. Bem RocKroiin, 111., December 11. William A Mother and Child Who Will Uolh Die 111 , n small stationon tho P I) tc E. R. R., white man to the would join in stirb i war. patient in tho male medical ward at the Quartermaster and Commissary Sernloiit; witn his was good, but some one saw the revolver a Prei'dcut ever if the I'rom Kxpoure to tlie Cold. City "Hospital, Louisville, died of heart dis- geant, and Hospital Steward, which believe move h innoniou-i- y Rot than Mr. Cabinet leveled in that diiectiou and pulled the Foley, aged 6ixty, was aroused yesterday ho believed Gabriel south of this city He was making his The frequently fall as rewards to veteran Bt,r.LiGTOh, I v., December 11 Apitilul to tho Poor Tarm but, being feeble, way Father !.acomlo said moment plotting anease, and was taken to the and ho has not. nor ever has had.tany woman aside. Tho ball shattered hei right morning early by some one who knocked was Dumont was at this the head of any ideaof arm. Perry then placed the pi.stol to unable to reach it On the supjosit!on ot other rebellion, and etideaioimg to meito old man bad no friends, and was to be soldiers, so that their retired incomes one of miikuipachanpc in Tho relatlon-- i beHe, supposing it case of exposure and suffering was reportand ttin departments head and blew out his brains. w as askod for matches run short, opened ed la&t night A party of Flench Canadians bis U'ltig a tramp, the people whom ho tho s of Montana to their buried in the potter's field. In tho morning are generally very good. tween tho President and his adv.sors aro of a neighbor w bo had Dr. Pickmau amputated tho woman's arm. a sled for assistance would give him tho Canadian compatriots. tho nio-- t the when Dr Jenkins went to look for the body Besides tnis, the laws allowing in- 1 can see cordial character, and nothing that and she is tLought to be in danger of the door to band tbem out, when he was came tomen, city on Mondaj last, consisting cold shoulder. Theie was nothing on bis is hkel to disturb them. two women and halt a dqrcu or person to identify him Ho it was gone. Dr. Ireland, the Superintend terest on the deposits of enlisted men, The woman, jealousv andrwhisky felled to tho floor by a blow. Two men of two ydymg. looked to be The party organs can not underSister Found. rounding more children, bar&footed and ragged. Tho man of forty xears. and was poorly clad. a played their usual parts, and plajed them then leaped upon 'bim, ent, and tho resident physician came to the made from their pay, not only encourJ and kickiug him about the face and party wero traveling m two covrwefJ. "Morrison was liked very much and Tiiov, N Y., Dci'embci It In ls?r. n conclusion th&tsome medical students had age frugality, but furnish a consider- stand this harmony, or how such a an insensible. wawell know n among Western politician". chest until bo becamehouse, obtain- ered carts, and had with them family named Fear. living in Cleveland, O , stolen tne corpse, ineguouts effected an able capital set aside for old age. body of public officials should be, inOnly Oae More Left. liears. two with which tho men He ran for Asse-sof Beaverhead County They then went through the lost all trace- - of their datigator Mnrv aged entrance through tho public office, which There is also tho possibility of earning spired solely with the idea of doing last spriug. Miiam IVita, the murderer ing 100 in money and left. Foley was un- gave exhibitions on the streets, while the 11. Patrick nino years. They supjio-e- d Voits, New December their dutv honestly aud fearlessly. she wa- - ilead. is left open at night. and suicide, was raised In Ogdeu, Utah, able to rise from the floor, but crawled on women and children solicited alms. The O'Rourke, who a commission, since every year sees The bear in mind only the intrigues years has Recently Chnrtus Fear, hei bpithei who 'for forty-fou- r to the door, and a as the sou of :Moiujii and his hands and knees managed to which had party were en route fiom the Noith to St. A fight will be made before the next promotion from the enlisted men to the and deceptions of other Cabinets, and attract the Louis, and left ou Tuesdaj tor the South. been connect' d with the Tribune, died of Still resides at Clevehmd, was about twenty a letter year.s "of age. been left open, and Legislature to impose a State tax upon Second Lieutenancies: For example, conclude that the present AdministraWhen a mere boy the mama tor gambling atteutionot a neighbor by his cries about Yesterday two ladies passing nlong the heart veslcrduv moniitig. aged from Jlrs. Mary H Kuierick. of got the better of him and he became a lunrse. Ho is in. a pitiable condition, road discovered the party encamped til seventy-onlie U'cnipe cars. "They aro taxed in 1879 there were six such promowitlf burg, the wiTo of nil engineer in tin- - ntv, Pullman-sleepintion must follow the example of its Rewith great cuts and bruises- all over bis open tents, about six miles south of this Horace Gieehv on the ; professional. (ihin in 1S4(, saj mg thntshe believed ho was hi- t tions; the next year, fourteen; the next, publican predecessors. nearly everywhere else," said a It is hard foi body, besids some internal injuries. Tho city, where one of the women had given and he assisted in i uing the iirst numlier A few ilajs ago he atrivcd m l.an-' ten; the next, four; the them to acknowledge the superior member of tho Lower House, "and there i one; the doctors fear ho can not recover. Foley's birtli to a child, lioth the infant and mother of the Tubnni in A FIGHT WITH INDIANS. His death leaves burg, and iccognied in Mrs Ciiimet . beno earthly reason why Kentucky should next, six; and the present year, we wife, was from town and he was lying on the bare and floen ground The Thomas N. Hooker the sole survivor of the working of a Democratic Govcrnme'nt, nee b sister. She explained her Hostile SurprUcd at 'I he!.- - Moody Work alone in the bouse. ladies bad the mother and child removed original pioprietor- - now engaged on ijl0 saying that she had "been adopled sib i l.int-ilgrant exceptional privileges to one ol lieve, four or five. But without reck- but they will have to do so, sooner or b to a place of shelter but liotb w .11 undoubtenin New Mexico and. Diiten (tit. Tribunrwho moved F.a-- t, nnd that she could get the richest corporations in the United oning this chance, the jimth who later. Meanwhile, to spare themselves edly die from their terrible expo-urVANDERBILT. jlilmimi, . iu, ucccuiCei 1, x courier States " lists sees before him the prospect of re- further ridicule, they should give up no otic to vvi ito to her parent-- , who she was Not long Killed by ; Boiler Explosion i arrived at Silver Citv lu- liiTht" win. in. of fifty with an income given to understand wore ilead The following business was done in the tiring at the age Over the Dead tho foolish work of manufacturings learned t lint him MORMONISM'S DEATH-BLOformation that Cajitijn Fountain, of Troop The Last &ad Services Kankvmx, In . iJccemlicT 11 The ov. ago, tuitiioever, shethe Cleveland her bioth Kentucky Court of Appeals within the that will support him to the end of his trouble in the Cabinet. Their, eflbrts Monry.Klng The Widow rrosttatci!.3 diiectoiv, was in er's C,Eigbth CaviilryT and Ins" couts had plosion of a boiler in tho pump house at a nnd she determined townto him, and did past few days: Pryse, etc., vs. HamiPon. days, and long before that age he will only excite derision. Albany Argus. New York, December 11 The sad rites Kdmuiids I'rep iriiii; a Mill to I'.tke Charge surprised bostiles on the Uth at I.illie'g 'of death over tlio remains of W. H. tnnk on tho Kntlkake, und Seneca Uuilnunl, so, with tho abovo happy result. of the l'io.ert ot the Church. v etc , Lee traversed. Commonwealth vs.Edin-ger- , probably, if faithful, have received procabin, three miles southeast of Washington', December 10. It is aid nenr Bonfuld. this aftei noon, rosulteil in were begun tbisrmorning when the Jefferson; reversed. Bmmback vs. motion and lighter duty, suited to adT'he , hostile- had mui tiered In Victory and Defeat. tho instant death .f I'lioiuas Kellev, sou of For the Longest Cndne in the World. vancing vcars. Commonwealth, Clark, affirmed. Cincin J.illic man and an uhnied lKdy of tho deceased was removed from tbatSenatoi Edmunds - pieparing a bill iM P i r for nati, at. Louis and isew Orleans uailroad J'rjor,and had just s,et file o Ltllie'.s'Mbiu the ice box, in which it lias rested since intended to destiov Moimouism altogether. Roadmu-te-Railroad. ' ho Kelley.uf theof"Big St Lut is. Mo Dcccmb. r II The last Congress legislated wisely m vva- - in ehaige There never has been, and it is per- - A Four" tho ' ueu ,tue trooiii vaine im. Tho trtxips It declares the net of tbo State of Deseret, engine, and proliable futal injitiy to.Alex. a now railroad bridge to cio-- s tho S Ijiw -- Company vs. Coffee, Ballard; affirmed. this respect. Against the increase in fectly safe to now assume that then) carced and had a, live! v ftubt, woundimr ! with blade broadcloth. The coffin was then incorporating tliPage vC Co. vs. Coakley, Hackwortb vs. expensu it thus authorized was set oil a unconsti Shane, foiciuanot tiie in tdgu carpenter.-- . rencc'River nt loithiuo Kapids f..r the Vteburch, ceial Indians, and "it is Indievfcd killin" taken to the bedroom on the east side of the Inuticaud Northwe-- t in ruilro.ld aie being Thompson. Simrnll vs. Morton; petitions saving-i- some other direction; while never will be again, so intolerant a Tho void. t feinpor Tho pump hou-- c was blow n to atomil aud tutional Thev canturedfouiteeii Indian horses, bouse. Pravers weie said beside the party as that which took.tho name Reprepared by engineer t m un city, It i reckoning and her children al,.itoperty ot tue ciiurcn is to be ii.e mule and ull then supplies of beef, lailrondl bl Jse. overruled. Houston vs. Kid well, etc.; mo- now into the ultimate expense ofmust publican. an Ibis will be the lonp-.-t lour and blankets neappomieii Four Persons Drowned in Lake Chanfplam reThe Indians dispersed beine- nresent, Tho lodv was then taken to E laced inciiargeoi Its members assumed all tion to offset cost. Goudlo vs. Garrard , go thu saving in the u y the in the w oild ulu ajeto wind up in every direction. The mountain am I Church w Swvntov. Vr, Deieiitboi K -- Pour submitted. Hardwickvs. Commonwealth; cruiting and in tho capture of deserters. the virtue, all the morality, all tho sell the properlj , tbe proceeds to OVered with fiiiwv and the weather is services were uciu, ranuucmi ny u petition for rehearing filed. City of weie diowiidl in MIssepioi bay'ffiko Other improvements and reforms in tho knowledge and all tlie capacity" at'Jthe very cold.. It is believed that tho bostiles, Rev. Dr,sCooke. Mrs.ueins VanderhiltTvas too be applied to public school funds. The Two Men Killed in a Freinht Wreck of Henry llurko vs. Covington and Cincinnati condition of the enlisted men are posire endeavoring to reach Mexico wliere "greatly prostrated tf attend the" church property is actually ftoin for purposes of Chninplai'.t. on Saturday. PlTIMlUK'SII, Pv.. Decemlrt'l II. New was the operation they will ieeU winter quarter- - , and Annie tsciogme. a teacher, Bridge Company; argued by C H Fisk sible. Meanwhile,, it may be hoped time extant. They took it for granted services. The following gentlemen acted worshp Itexempted eight- - wreck believed if passed , ' walking on either side: the act. byjs depriviug that church of tho ing broke through the ice, tbo latter being recciveil laU' to uiuhl that a fi an i mark of that they were actually saints and their that the monstrous high-watthe it ylk occuired near Finleyville. Pa. on Um for appellee nnd submitted. A blind mnii uamed Cadeiette and it, Bnrger,, Cbauncey M. Depew. J. bill will, SnuiuM reality" sinner. , After Gratz Brawn.'to two hildreu, while ciosing tho bay,J,ruko Washington branch of tho Baltiinoie and :Jethf.8. 13. Don. B. Oiatz Fieri epont H. H. Hellmax, proprietor of the desertion in tlie past will never again opponents in C C. Clarke, Charles temporal power, bo the dath December sweltering in prosperity for :i quarter A7. 11 Sim. Iks reached. A. Rapello, John R. Bradv, William Turn- - polygamous Mnrntonism lliiough the ice and all Ihiee werodTotinai Ohio Railroad, in which two men weru flour-miin Newport, made an assignin Kit kwood, Lull IVillinni 1. 4s.n Brown died at his of a century they reluctantly turned fl'llltn.n 111,..., fl -- -- -few l killed, but n pattlculais coubl Ik ib ment a for thedays ago oftobis George tainetl the offices over to then opponents a 6uburb of lliis city, this morn- - ,0.j1i1K Ucorge J,. JMLagee aud Stephen An Unpleasant Feature in a Cremation. Rockvveg credi WRECKS BY THE WAY. benefit Good Price For a Patent. '1 mg, of pneumonia, complicated with heart Cad well New Yokk, December 11 Speaking of under protest, regarding the edict of ?5.0W), tors The liabilities are about disease, aged fittv nine years. Mr. Brown 1. -- Benjainnv Mere Murders by Indians, Fjttsiii i:iH. ! eeinbvr epithe incineration ot the lemains of Gold Uovr the Policy of Hate and Sectionalism the people as akin to a small-po- x and the assets $1,700. Messrs. T. A. AVidrig, was a liroimiumt ficun hi the oolitlcsof , Unsuccessful Attempt i I Delivery. lias Worked upon Several Presidential demic. locsov, Aittz. December II - A courier Henry Miuges and Fred Marteans were apthis State for a number of years, and also ( Mekuia,, Miss., Deoeober. 13. At 11 smith yesterday1 In the. retort, at Mount 1 41 uth. m the inveiitoi of i process for Aspirants. Olive Crematory, a morning paper says making tiail pinto otic of old steel rail Bavuideaily this uioiiimg pointed as appraisers. The principal crediAnd even then they showed their earned a national reputation, lie served o'clock tho prisoners confined in the "After the body waa ud into the ittbrt hns sold his right to the p.iteiit to a syndij arrived atFort one term in the U S. Senate, and lu IS72 In tho generalcollapse of Republican contempt for tlie great party which-haand reported ndditioual murders in the .i tors are eecured. couuty jail made a dasb for liberty from and tbe doors had been closed a' moldy rain of five Kastcin fn ins. Ho vvill receive cmilv of Silver Citj was nominated for Vice President of the Ate'tlier troop of on election day the bursting of elected its candidate for President, by tho corndors of the jail, wbero they bad odor vvas perceptible to tho-- o present; not Hill per dny for one year, and 30i perdujr cav;a"lry ot ihe fUaiud States on the Ureely ticket. At Henderson, tho other day, J. P. Rob- hopes lieen allowed to exercise. Mpren made ovei powering, but sufficient to indicate mr mo remaining sixteen xears ui in-- j nig Iudiuus. has been oidered in putsuit continuing to oppo.se it in the smallest . " inson vvas drunk, nnd while walking on the sundry Presidential booms, which had and most contemptible ways. es- The that tho retort leaked somewhere At the of the patent fi A DistiRuthed Patient for Pasteur..; 'tGeirwavlnto tbajail yard, a"nd one Louisville and Nashvillo railroad he saw a been up to that time most tenderly statements in the report of the 'capeu - i nt" oiners'"were attempting io same time a black smoke ismed from the Going for the .mericm Hog Again. r, ashs, December Yi A son of scale the the jailer opened fire chimuey of tbe crematory The smoke also tiaiu coming, but did not think it would nurtured and solicitously watched are nothing new to Serious Accident at an Illinois Mine. Pvltts, December 11 I be ngi'cultural hit him. It struck him, breaking the molar over, the celebrated painter, was terribly bitten upon them Martin Stcvenr,(colored) was was. uot free fr.om odor The result was escaped general notice. The those who note the difference between by o rabid mastiff in his "father's shot in the back, and will probably die. not made public" i, , ui.,,. Upin,...! ... .1...., 1.i ..,.,..... u ri,if gi'oup in the Chtiiulfi of Deputu-- have in his left cheek and crushing his skull. vuen tjl t,l UI .b', ;. garden. Tbe victim was immediately sent The others submitted : dis- - Republicans victorious and RepublicI..S of f He says tho train did not whistle to opio-- . the minoi iou-- .j 1.. in- iiiuii v,i- - r..,..ll.. .tiiijl .!.:.uruo liiiany luii It is I wreoks those boom3 have been A Victory for the Mormons. to Pasteur for tiealmeut. Tbo latter deIn at least- fourteen jurrd in tlie Kantr.itiiou coal shaft hero to American alt meat-ilie iuip st alike thought he will not live. covered among the ruins, presenting a ans vanquished. , clare tbartne patient's t ccovery Is certain. Five Children Die in 0m Family. Washington-11. Delegate December has offiof sauitatiou and of French huJjiu Jij. day by a tailing igo. States the Postmaster-Genera- l A friohtfcl accident happened to Miss sorry tight and inculcating a lesson on cial cognuancc of the fact that the Caine, of Utah, this even.iig leceiveda' JcitSL-- Citv, N J , December 12. MaligA 8ij Colonization Scheme Tor Texas. dispatch fioni Salt Lake stating that Chief has broken Experiments show that if fatty oils Maggie Haggerty, agad eighteen, at Hen- tho danger of counting one's chickens united influence of the Rcjjjiblican In an Italian garrison there was a Dallas, Tlx.. December IX Prof. G H. nant15teal let fever the extreme out in School Justice Zare, In the ca-- e of heput IT S. No at Marion, western P&rt private doldier by tlio name "of Ugoliuo aro cooled down to twenty degrees, derson, by which she lost her life. The lady before they are hatched. There is the party is being used against Wethers, the colored principal of the Dal- - of Jersey City, and threatens to spread Marshal Vaudercook. ai tested ou the DtL boom, so long wrapped up in at a neighbor's and while .postmasters appointed in place lllaspublic schools, has undertaken a project thiougb the entire city. Five children of inst.. charged under the Terntonal Stat One of tbe oflicers took the soldier asido and kept at this temperature for three was visitingthe mantel her clothing caught Sherman of the bloody shirt, and the a corner looking to tho colomatiou of about tl.OOJ Joseph Hauler, of Meade Avenuo, bave died .utes with lewdness, bad -- list a i tied theTerri one day and asked him: "Are you a hours, they assume very different do- - clearing off of Republican postmasters. Jn all colored families in Brazona County, Texas. since Sunday from tbe disease. Tbe cause-o- tonal law. vvuicn makes tlieotieu-- e named descendant of the famous Count Ugo-linof hardness, olive oil being tlie fire coming In contact with the grato and Logan article of the same kind, which these localities of p.iity has Tbe plan is to I'tiuhase 100,000 acres of the disease is tbe filthy condition of a misdenreauor. This doe lsion, sujs Delewroter" ardest. A cylindrical iron rod, one before assistance could be rendered she ran occupied a whole sleeve of the ensan- been exercised to diminish the emoluabout whom Dante has a direct bearing on a large gate Came, Scliool Xo 15 land, and divide the same into into tho street where the wind fanned tho guined garment. They are but mem"No," replied the soldier, "all my an. centimetre In fength, and extending ments of recent Democratic appointees number of Cases of a similar kind fams. He has many applicattqu:r,for laud flames, making them burn more rapidly ories now and will, probably, be lost in a cone, and upon which is exrefer to l .. bettors were poor people'" "I The Eaizsaty.hitMeage. to these oftices. from Southei n puiuls ( caught was so fear- to memory when the F. Killed by a Ton of Ice Fallirg'on Him. Count Ugolino who was starved to erted a pressure measured in grams un- and before she could bedied a few minutes National Convention next Republican Cuicago, December'!!. The street car There is no room in a newspaper to ' Decision in the Election Case. fully burned that she comes around. express an opinion in full upon tho Bcckinoh am, Quebec, Decemlierll. Yes. death with his sons in the Tower oi til it penetrates into the oil with its encompanies aud other owners of horses are H: Sherman made' the serious mistake of men or set of men who do Columbus, O., December 11, In tho . somewhat alarmed over tbe appearance of terday, at the Union phosphate mine, at Pisa." "If he didn'.t get enough to eat tire length, shows that olive oil requires afterward. t W. has been elected To- supposing that what was erood enough from flnmiltou County, the Su-- f epizootv here Some fifty horses belongPortland West, a piece of ico weighing -. Washington Post. very likely he was an ancestor of mine, a pressure of one thousand and seven bacco B. Loxobridoethe Louisville Tobacco ,13 , prcmeCoutt has iwcrscd tho decision of ing to tlie North Divi(cm Street' Car Com- a ton fell a distance of thirty feet into a Inspector by for Ohio should suit the rest of the hundred, and cotton oil twenty-fiv- e after all,'' replied the honest soldier. alCourt and ordeied cerut'icates pany have tho disease, its a ite.CtocuiC pit, killing Samuel Perry and lightly inBoard of Trade. country- - When he dangled tho badge grams. jJosfow Gooc. juring two other tneu Deacon Bucrag had bcJu invifed trtoiuel to the JDemoctatic Semttors. ready died of it, - i sand 'six bave Col. S .mcel S. Gregg died at his home, of sectional hate before the Buckeyes m . aad. as a scientist savs the ii address tho Sunday-schoo- l, nearNi'boIasvllle, from Injuries sustained and they made no sign, he was encour- to A clothes observer has discovered taarod tm Hiun Frozen to Death Ten Reds From a Street fcelinjr of one while standing on a high. Movement far a HeMricfcs Mtnument. he was a poor talker, plunged ,atjonco TS ( . by falling over a chair several days ago. that there is as much difference bevt?. aged to try the same performance in WaCbai. Wis.. December 11. The body mountain or on the edge of a deep the whale. lsuiAN'troLis, December 13. Tbe Lous, December 12. Dauiel lecll, tween an overdressed woman and York and Virginia. Ho did so, into the story of Jonah and concludevl, School Building in TnE of Forest Mackay w as found yesterday in charge of tbe Heudricks Monti-racare noted true lady as there is between a gor-a South Frankfort Publicdestroyed by fire a New the "result was bauged was sentenced to be in 'Now, dear children," he part of tho city, only ten rods abyss is to fly. Instances was southern Frankfort and highly disastrous to fund have issued an address Con- tho a public thoroughfare He bad been where persons, unablo to resist this Im29th, for wife'innrder He was from geous sunflower His boom is like Mark Twain's "is not that a nice story?',1 ''Yes .sir," few nights ago. The cause of the fire is modest twastr-tw- o and she was sixteen w lieu they tributions which may have been scut to out hunting tbe day before, and had evismallest of the dear themselves headlong chrysanthemum. and a 11 Mail. pompone supposed to bave been through the careless- him. little hsive cast 2?. good boy, who went fooling replied one of the treaurer. at dently become lost the wrkrried eighteen' months-niro- . her They Mr. Francis M. Churcaanthereof, vvill be storm of jWednesday inuigbt, blinding snow- pulse,dark, yawning chasms. In tke;.P' children, "it's a nice story, but1 UVa into school was atThe " Hvad la Ckkago, aad beassanlied there Indianapolis, und ' receipt and frozen to lief There were 2,621 collisions between ness of tho janitor. hundred scholars, all around a nitroglycerine can. There is chestnut." --V. Y. Times. that they would reach tbe bottoa , about six with kuifa. See got away from b im and promptly acknowledged through the death. JJnJon and Confederate troops during tended byfor a timo will be deprived of its not enough of it left for a coroner to . newnpaparsaa by mail. . Wc Returned in safety. Chicago Mail. . f of whom 'MM 'to m. Loaieadand called to tba sit on. the war. In this enumeration the at Two More Aqueduct Accidents. lMkafl. Ba foliewed advantages. The original cost of thabulld- The French President receives Logan, flushed with his accidental of 'Union trnnns wii? .100 Decline In Mixta Sllwr. i Nw Yokk, Deceaiber It. Thera were 1210,000 a year. Of this sum one-haing was $10,000; the amount of insurance is success in Illinois, quitted the boundThough electricity, says Mr. Proo-- J maximum 100,00a Chicago Inter ?15,500, which Is sufficient to replace tue Tex, Decetasar1 n. President two mora accident yesterday on tbo new tor, might be obtained by utilizing tlMj Wwia Will Be HkD. less prairies, donned the bloody gar- is given ior state dinners and traveling MIV.1 Cleveland's mecKage'baK fiad tie effect of anueduct, by which three men were woundbuilding. gasolmn Ittuu exploded aud severe- heat ol water applied to the junction oM vKun, ment and made a raid on tho stump in expenses. lie is expected to give Jtwo ox. Kaa., Deeaaaber 1L Judge causing a decline in Mexican siler ed. A X. Boston Rxnnisitfts havn tbnlr im J. W. James has been appointed Postmas- this State. He is now searching for balls and six grand dinners during tho ly burned John Hanley. Soon after a two metals, yet tne current pruuuvi Ifcfcrawnisg overruled tbe motion irom eiRDiy-inrecenu to elaktv-oB- e 1, at Crab Orchard, and Jan vnnedy the scattered fragments of his boom. season win muruer cose, tbo dollar, a very heavy decline, which will steam pipe connected with tbe drill ma tortirtnr nf 160 deET. F.. at OUf ikaved as well as their faces. The eus- - ter Owensburg. faraawviaJ m tbo andtfcaartaoner, W. J. Baldwin, will r result in great lossif it f8 eneral tbrouga- - chino burst, badly scalding Michael Mallov junction, and say 60 deg. at the 'OOe&; nt Was im ported from Paris C.hirnnn aud Micbael Cosgrave. " o aeatB out Mexico. moruiog 'tUd. would be too small to oe buvcestiu y ,." 1 HOUSE OATABHH. ? 1777,. 1 "tlllS - mlXTJI COXGBESS. .ses-Io- n. 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Una wood-pilwood-haul- ? TABIAGE'S SERMON. Crises in Life" ttte Subject of An Eloquent Discourse, t the rirat Congregational Delivered Tho Church of Columbus, Ohio Young Man of tho Present, Like Abalnin of Old, Not Sate. Rev. T. DeWitt Talmajre visited Columbus, O., recently and delivered u sermon in the First Congregational Church of that city before an uudieuce that completely filled every available portion of tho edifice, and many huudreds were unable to gain admittance. The subject of tho discourse was "Crises in Life," Mr. Talmago taking for his text: Is the youns man Absalom II. Sam- IK- - H afT 0 y " anxiou about w hether Absalom's hosts won the day. or whether hii own hosts won the day, as he is anxious about the safety cf his bo. The father in him mightier than the King. "While he sits there waiting for the com ing or the messenger from tho battlefield, be sees tho dust rising in tho highway, and lonjr lefore the messenger comes np, bringing th? switt dispatch, David cries out to him: "Is Absalom alive? Is Absalom dead? Is the boy wounded? Tell mo jf quickly is the young man Absalom safe?" But as the messenger had no very decisive intelligence o gie he itood aside. There David sat waiting for another mess.':igei aud after a whilo be taw the dust nhv on the highway, and long before tho messenger had come up, David shouted to him again shouts to this one as he hud to the others: "Have you beard anything from my boy ? Is he wounded Is he olive? Is he dead Is the young man Absalom safe?"' Alas I He was not safe. Absalom, riding 5stnjyjule-r--1 h e meanest animal in all the worraon which to ride, the hardest at tho bit and tho stillest at tho neck Absalom tiding on a mule, had gone under a tree branch, and his hair had caught on the tree branch, and the mule, true to his characteristics, had gone on, he not able to stop it, and Absalom was suspended, and so he died. With an awful negative the words cfmy text were answered: "Is the young man Absalom safe?" No, he t as uot safe. Destroyed for this life; destroyed for the life to come. Iwant to utter a few words this morning in regard to the bafety of young men; indeed, of all men. "Whilo men may get along tolerably well without the religion of Christ in oms circumstances of life, there are three or four turning points where a man must havo God or perish, or if ho does not come to such a crisis as that, to such an extreme as that, he must have God or make a mistake that will last forever. I propos this morning to speak to you of three or four of these turning points In life. The first turning point is the choice of an occupation or profession. It is a very nori-? ous time when a young man comes from tho school or th5 college, and has com- pleted his education, or has received all i the education from the schools he will receive, and say. "Rutwbat shall it hvr For what occupation, for what profession am 1 prepared?" Mechanism will spread before him a hundred different occupations. Professional life will spread before him seven or eight different callings. Indeed, perhaps, in all there may be ."WO dif ferent callings uud occupations. For only one of those oOO is ho fitted and prepared. If he does not hav divine direction, i'M chances to one he will get in the wrong busbies-.- . In other woids, the most crisis in a man's life, or one of the most tremendous, is the timo v hen he chooses hU occupation or profession, and he needs God to tell him how to clibose. I knew a man who started in commercial life with bright prospects. He crossed over from commercial life into the medical profession. He went from the general ledical profession into specidc surgery. He Wen! from surgery iuto the ministry. Then he parsed from the ministry into surgt-ry- , and so his life has been a complete vacillation. How much better it would havo been if that man could have got the right profession or occupation at the start. He was particularly qualified for surgery, and I believe if he had gone before God and asked for his direction he would havo received it, and instead of goiuj from one occupation to another, making his life a mistake, he would have gone on to great usefulness and success. You ask your father w hat you had better do. He will give you one kind of advice, he will advise you one style of occupation or profession. Your mother will give you other advie, your iter other advice, while you will be in doubt as to whether you have physical endurance for this, or mental acumen for that, or tact for some other business. At such u time one needs to go to God. God built and he knows what is your physical endurance. IJod constructed your mind, and he knows for what occupation you havo particular adaptation. Go to him and ask the question: "Lord, what wilt thou have me to do?" I meet many young men in this house this morning who have not perhaps thoroughly dAidcd upon the work or occupation for which the Lord fitted him. y Ueforo you leave the house " ask God's direction, that you may make no mistake. Blunder here and blunder forever. You know a great many men who bavbeen ruined for two worlds because the' got in the wrong business. Another iiuportunt pass in one's life, a turning point in one's history, is tho time when he establishes his own home. When Hainan builds his home he builds" for eternity. Is it not amazing that affiancing in life is so often a matter of merriment . anUof joke, when it decides so much for this world and the world to come? I do not put the case too strongly when I saj that when a man marries he marries for Heaven or for hell. Oh, build not your home on earth upon the sparkle of a bright eye or the color of a fair cheek. The time v ill come in your history when you . will want in your home not a pet or a toy, jr. but a heroine, and you will find that life is v! . uot a gay romance, but a tremendous " -- ality; and coming home from your store, or ollice, or hop, or factory, or studio, most of all you will need some one in your home with a face cheerful, but sympathetic. There is an aged man who looks back to a crisis in life when his fortune went away nd reason almost left the throne. He Hktiew not what to do. He remembers a particular evening when he came home from the store. He hardly dared break the r.awto the wife. Ho could not bear to tell he bad suspended in business, that ho had stopped payment, that his fortune bad gone. Ho went into 'the house, be closed the door upon the world, and in do iuestis peace found a foretaste of that Heaven where panics never coaio. Ah! if ' it bad not been for that help that you had, Lut would have been the result when you told her of your financial embarrassment and misfortune? She was cheerful, she was sympathetic, she was helpful, she g - helped you all through those dark days of jU- - trial, and after the piano went, she could ting without the accompaniment just as well as ever she sang with the accompanl- . , seat. There have been Christian women who have so bad their domestic troubles sanctified that they could get more music Wheeler & Wilson sewing-ma- t otof ehine than ever in the days of their pros- ferity they got out of a Chickerlng Grsad '" r- -v uel, xviil.. 3i Dr. Talmage said two great characteristics of Absalom wero worldly ambition and splendid hair. By the one he was debased, by the other hung. He as a bad boy and broke his father's heart. He wanted to get hi father's throne before the decease of the father. He wanted to get it immediately. He got an army. He started out in a great insurrection. David, the father, site nt the palnce waiting "for the news, of the battle to come, not sx A Christian minister In England called upon a home of great destitation. There wo the husband, the wife and there were the children. No comfort in the household. Everything indicative of want and struggle. The minister of the "ospel said to this young man: "Your mistake was in marrying bo early. Do you not think that was the mistake of your lif0? The man bat been told that that had been the mistake of his life before. The minister said: I'lt would have been a great deal better for you to have gone on and got something of a property before you entered Into the mai riage state. Don't you think it would havo been better?" And then the young man looked around, and his eves filled with tears, and he looked to bis poorly-cla- d wife and said: "Ko, slr; she's been the same to mo all through." Ah, there are some of you who would never havo known what your homes were worth, if trouble had not come. Perhaps your companion in life mav n(lve been too fond of and its "ayeties; but one touch of misfortune turned her into a Miriam, shouting the triumph on the banks of tho Red Sea. If you have spoken of frivolity and fondness of display3 the chief characteristic of woman, you may havo to correct your mistake in some bitter pass of life, when, all other sources having failed, you are upheld by a wife's hand, suddenly armed of the Lord God Ahnighty for that emergencj . Oh, in this tremendous pass of your earthly existenco cry unto God and ask his direction. Make a mistake here and you make it forever. Walter Scott wrote something, half of which I do not like, for it is sarcastic, but the other half I do like, for it is so true: Oh, woman ! In our hours ot ease, Uncertain, coy and liatd to please; thV-'world 1 T: your-body- , to-da- NS re-k- J- - " lttinwy. who can stand that without thy grace to help, without thy graco to smooth, without thy grace to comfort? Oh, you will want Christ in your first trouble, and so I beg of you this morning to take him as yours. You say you are strong and well. So am I. You say that life is buoyant and beau-- f ul. So it is to me. But sickness will come to you and it will come to me. We liall be told we can not go out, the door will be closed against tho world, there will be two watches, and some will order silence on the stairs, saying, "Hush, hush '." and in your dream j'ou will hear the dash of water, which you will take to be the beating of the wave of the Jordau against your pillow, and you will hear a sound nt the gate which you will take to be the pawing of the pale horse. Oh then you and I will want a physician; we will want Christ to come in and put his arms around us and say: "Fear uot; all is well, all is well." But there is one more pass of great importance, ot which I must speak one tremendous crisis, when we will want God. I say that not more to you than I do to myself. Wo will want God in that crisis. And that pass is the last hour. I suppose we all would like to expire nt home. Wo want our fi lends in the room, some to recite the promise, some to sing, one to hold the hand. We want to look up in faces that havo been familiar to us a good while aud we will have messages to give. If we an? parents, wo will waut to tell our children how they ought to net when we are gone, what principles thy ought to adopt, how near they ought to live to God. And if we havo aged parents living, wo will want to tell our children how they AVhen pain aud anguish wring the. brow, ought to act toward the old people how A ministering tinsel thou for them after we they ought to I think when we leavo Blessed that home in which the newly are gone. havo u nil married couple dedicate their souls to this world we will Christ. Blessed tho family Bible in which message to give to somebody. When that their names have just been written. hour comes we will want Christ, wo will Blessed the hour of morning and evening want a divine friend to stand by us, and to prayer. Blessed the angel of God who say that all shall be well in the future. over that home, "When thou passest through the waters I join wing-tito wing-ti- p making a canopy of light and love and will be with thee, and through tho rivers blessedness. It may be only yesterday they shall not overflow thee." But you that they clasped" hands forover. Tho or- know very well that if we go out of this ange blossoms may fall and the fragrance world, my brother, without Christ, we take may die on the air, but they who marry In a leap into the dark. Who would want to go out of tho .voild Christ shall walk together on that day when tho Church, which is the Lamb's like that when he can go in triumph indewife, shall take the hand of her Lord and scribable? like Paul, saying: "1 have king amid the swinging of tho golden cenfought the good tight, I havo finished my sers. course, I havo kept the faith; henceforth Again, I remark: It is a tremendous pass there is laid up for mo a crown of rightin life when a man comes to his first great eousness which tho Lord, the righteous Judge, will give mo." Or that other battle success. You get in tho cars some evening. Everybody that looks at you knows shout: "O death, where i3 thy sting? O there has something glad happened. You grave, where is thy victory? Thauks bo sit down in the car, your faco illuminated, unto God who giveth mo the vioorv through and a lady comes in. There is no place for my Lord Jesus Christ," Well, there are a good many men In this her to sit, and you get up in great cheer and insist on her taking your plac, and house who say: "What you have declared with great courtesy she says, "Thank this morning is tho truth, but I am o far you," and sits down. You saj- - nothing to gone In sin thnt there is no hope for me," Oh, my brothers! there you make a great anybody, but it is evident from your manmistake. I stand hero this morning to dener and appearance that great good fortune has happened unto you. Now, that clare there is hope for any man who wants is a crisis in your life. At such a time the to come to God. "Let tho wicked forsake questions will arise: "In what enterprise his way, and the unrighteous man his shall I invest? What shall be the house I thought, and let him return unto the Lord, will live In? What shall bo the library? who will hae mercy, and unto our God, What shall be my wardrobe? What shall I who will abundantly pardon." Come this morning. "Oh," you say, "if you knew do with my money?" At that point hundreds of men make a my history you wouldn't Invite me." 1 do final mistake. Some go into dissipation. not enre what your history is; come to God "Whosoever will." That word Some take on great arrogance, try to make everybody feel how small they "whosoever" covers all cases of wanderare; whole caravans of camels going ings of iniquity. "Whosoever will, let him come." through theneedles eyo of their mean"But," saws some om in the honse, "I ness. They walk through tho stret with have started In the lino of iniquity aud I an air, as much as to cay: "Got out of tho I waj ! here comes SW.OOO!" That is the am going on; I will risk the futnroj am haven't much faith in Christianity: I crisis in life where so many fail, because going o have nn easy time in this world, they havo no God to direct them. get nil out of it I can, go into all kinds of There are men who before their sucsin, taking the rik for tho future." Ob, cess are kind and amiable, and gonial will you not bts diverted from that course? and useful, who after their success are arou you not now realize rogant and unbearable aud unchristian. Will God? Oh, how muchtho fact that him you need want Here is a man who was once very useful It may take a great struggle to bring you in society, but great success comes, and he back, but come back you may and yon gets in his equipage and he drives on; he will, thi morning ome of you will. May lashes the fiery steeds; he gos faster God by 1s(b holy spirit move upon your and faster, eight miles the hour, twenty ! miles the hour, 100 miles the hour, faster heart I havo souiPtimes heard people say it Is and faster, until in his last moments ho as easy for them to become Christians as rouses up to find that he is drawn by the to turn their hands. Oh. what a misreprefiery hoofs of eternal disaster as they sentation that is! It takes the blood. It is come racketing down on tho pavements the mightiest struggle m all the world of hell. O, young man or 'man in midwhen a man who has been doing wrong life ! you want God in your great success, tries to do right. It is a mightier struggle your first great success. than I would k any man to go into unAnother tremendous pass in our life is less he lays hold of the strong arm of God, when w e get our first sorrow. It would who will help him. and who will deliver be foolish for me to talk to the young men him. of this duy as though their life was goSome years ugo there was an excursion ing to be smooth all the way. You might steamer some miles above Niagnra Falls. as well start a sea Captain in a vessel There were many on the excursion, many without a carpenter, and without any passengers-- , and the boat floated on down tools, and without any cordage. That toward tho rapids; but the Captain exwould do very well while the sea was pected to return in time to avoid all danger, smooth, but when the ship gets caught and they were laughing on the deck, when In the teeth of a northeaster, and one said to the Captain: "Are you not e the waves dash clear over the going too far down?" He said- "No, I deck, when tho Captain cries know what I am about." After awhile ho " Where's the out: carpenter? told the engineer to turn and go upstream; Where are the tools? Where are the but the Captain found they were farther ropes?" the j'oung men of this day would down the rapids than be thought for. Ho understand that I misrepresented the matcried to the engineer: "Put on more ter, if I told them that their life was alsteam!" More steam was applied. But ways to be smooth. They know better. still the steamer, with its freight ot life, They know from what they see of the life kept going on toward tho rapid-'- . The of others that life can not always be Captain cried out to the engineer: smooth. Many men came home from tne 'Put on more steam." More steam late war without a scratch or a bruise, but was applied, but still the vessel made in the conflict of life it is not so, we all no headway Tho Captain get wounded wounded In the head, in tho cried out: "Put on more steam, or wo hands, in the feet, in the heart. Life is-- a are lost!" The engineer said: "We can't conflict. The Bible over and over again put on any more steam; if we do we'll states that. Paul states it, and he writes blow tho boat to atoms." "Put on more himself as in a war with the world, a war steam," cried tho Captain. More steam with the flesh, and n war with the devil, was applied, and the vessel floated up and and war all the way through. Now, how Out info safety, and some fainted and all nro you going to meet the first trouble? were thankful that God had rescued That is the question. Show me how you them from so great peril. Oh, are there m trouble and I will some hereto-da- y are to meet your first who are floating on down show you how you meot all the other toward the rapids; aye, they are in tho troubles. It is the first blow that sends a rapids going on toward tho eternal man to drinking to drown his troubles, plunge? put Put backl In that'knocks tho fire out of him, so he back. You say it takes aGod's name, greater struggle. spends the rest of his life cowed down. You hold the oars with both hands, and Who is that weigher in that large com-- ; pull, pull, if need be. until the blood starts. mercial establishment? Ho once owned Pull for heaven. Now or nover. the store. Who Is that underling in a large manufacturing establishment, getA MarrUce l'ee Paid With u Kbs. ting $1,000 or ?2,000 a year. Ho once Hartford Tlmcs.l owned the factory; but misfortune came. t A trial before n Groton Juntice, in which him to the duet and The first he never had the courage to rise. Oh, how a young woman was plaintiff and her important is the manner in which we re- lover defendant, was adjourned one day ceive the first sorrow! last week to allow the parties to effect a Perhaps the first trouble is bereavement. life long settlement out of court. When I suppose you know I suppose you have late in the evening the matter was so far recognized the fact, that so often the first settled that only a minister or Justice of born is taken. I have seven brothers and tho Peace could complete it, the couple sisters. Each one lost the first born, nnd I sought Justice Simeon A. Chapman and suppose that in hundreds of cases in this invoked his aid to make them oue. The house it was the first born that was taken. Justice tied the knot firmly and naturally expected a good sized fee, which the bride Borne people give what Is to me a very absurd reason for that They say it is be- paid with her lips. The Justice was too cause the child is loved too much. I do not gallant to express any dissatisfaction with think that is possible. I do not believe any their tender, but ordered a worsted motto father or mother loved a child too much. "Terms Cash" to bo placed conspicuously You can not love your child too much. near the front door. God did not take your child because you lovod it too much. I think this is the reaA Petrified Whale, son why God so often takes the first born. Atlanta Constitution It is to transfer yoar affections to Heaven In Stonewall County, Texas, the petriand make that pkeef the more grand and fied skeleton of a monster whale was disblessed; atthebegUniDgof your life make is described a few days ago. Heaven blessed, so that you keep thinking covered perfect ia ihape, Itbut has been as being of that place and'so be elevated nnd lifted converted into the hardest kind of rock. on toward it. I think, that Is the reason. Perhaps I am wrong. I am sure the other Tho skeleton can be easily traced for about reason is rong, that so many people give one hundred feet, but is believed to be Some contend when they say it'is' because you love your much longer than that. that it is not a whale, bub the grct lizzard child too much. that existed in former ages, supposed to Now, suppose the first trial comes and be as big as a meeting-hous- e and as long you have no God. What then? Have you as a railroad train. The curiosity will ever tried to see oa go through bereave- probably be exhumed and exhibited. ment without any God? I have witnessed that sad spectacle. But we want grace, A Peculiar Family. we want divine gtx, when bereavement Savannah News. comes into the heat, which erst was full There is a peculiar family of people livof sunny locks door, greetings at the and kisses flaagr by little bands from the ing a few miles from Adairsville. It conwindow as yoa down the front steps, sists of three members, but they have and the doves in neej cry because the everything to themselves. Each has a cow hawk awoops, the heart stops. Oh, to which is milked by its owner. The husway garsMata that never will be band has bis own milk in pans, the wife gg wor again, to j gaiter up from the floor the same, and the son takes care of his toys that never afalB wui strew the carpet, own. They have separate gardens, sell aad to go withaMMe 0f suffocation through everything individually, enjoy their own the desolated heiteh0d that once rang tobacco, and can be seen hauling their owy with childish iirriBieBtl CHi mr God! wood to burnt 5 - A LEGAL TALE. Ten Chapters., In fHambler.! I. ." er Crows Can Count Four. Lcroy, who, though ho expresses the opinion that "the nature of the soul of animals is unimportant," was an excellent observer, mentions a case in which a man was anxious to shoot a crow. "To deceive this suspicious bird, the plan was hit upon of sending two men to the watchhouse, one of whom passed on, while the other remained; but the crow counted and kept her distance. The next day three went, and again she perceived'tbat only two retired. In line, it was found necessary to send live or six. men to the watchhoiiso to put her out in her calculation. The crow, thinkinir that this number of men had passed by, lost no timo in returning." From this he inferred that crows could count up to four. Lichtenberg A Heln to Cnntl ? & Jf,rfZ i""f Dr. W. Rob-contractions? Tlt,.in.. afcrvrjan." erery in Una 1iU0Is2,I?a' coffea aud cocoa on dieestfon. emlcal processed I butmoaof Coughs, Croup 0 l subject to Whoopiig Cough. e. ' Magistrate Ills Last rinc Well, if Itesldfnc. the. did you serve i writ? The man's Constable No. your Honor. been dead for ten days. Ah, indeed ! Well, Where's the writ?" " In tho graveyard." "In the grave yard!'" n " Yes, your Honor. 1 crept in alter I was tr and laid it on his grave. leave it 'at hs last place of residence,' don't suu-dow- lilS? you kuow?" Call. VI. DnCLAKATIOX. He Wa Thirsty. A good story came in our way the other day, which wo were assured by our informant was absolutely true. So many good fctorios so vouched for have proved to be but the Joe Millers of an earlier day that for all we know our anecdote may have appeared in piint a thousand times before. However, wo will risk recounting it for tho thousand and first timo. A certain worthy toper, bibulous enough to have gladdened the heirt of Friar John or Penurgoe. after a somewhat riotous revel at a friend's house, became In tho end quite speechless and helpless, and was carried comfortably to bed, whero ho blopt the steep of tho just till morning. When lie made his appearance at breakfast next morning ho complained to his host that ho was suffering 4 Vl-7- l l- - ' f. VAV Sf? ACTION OF TKESl'ASS. l'liintatlon rhllusnphr. d man sometimes sheds tears, but it's like a rain in mighty cold weder: it ain't nachul. I I'so sorry tur do 'speptic pusson. woul ruther hub er good stomach nn' hafter go hungry all my life den ter hab er bad stomach wld er full smoke-housJtv,' erbout do tlmw er man stops an' says: "I has foun' out dat i'se a Tool," udder folks says di-- t he's smart, an' when ho thought d.it ho wuz smart, udder folks knowd he wuz er fool. I doan kero how sweet er man ken sing, I doan kero how fine er man ken pray, I doan kero how hones ho Is, I doan kero how truthful he is, still ef his soul all tnr bo stirred by er little chill, ho Is somewhar, down In his heart, er bad man. Arlxtneuw ii. J- - Er hard-hearte- p e. 4 &;l (' v Traveler. DEUURREB. from tprriblo thirst "ByiJovol" he declared, addressing the assombled and amused company. "If I bid known how thirsty I should be when I awoke this mornlnz I should havo Jmnk twice as much last nirfht," WlMOvU Review. Green Wasted HU Time. soo one. of your clerks said a demiro little woman named Green," the other day as she was stopped in a storo by tho Woodwnrd avenue Fennyhnnki-- r In Ditncer. Miss Esmorelda Longcoflin, one of tho most attractive belles of Austin, said confidentially to her mother, who is a poor but virtuous widow: " Old Judge Pennvbunker proposed to mo last ulght Shall I tell him yes." vn. "1 wanted to dry-goe- floor-walke- r. to-da- y. " Mr. Green is very busy," ma'am." "Yes. but 1 won't detain him more than , a minute." " You'd better leavo the message with me, ma'am." "Oh, well, then, you may tellhimho ACTION ON THE CASE. mentions a nightingale which was Paid to count up to three. Every day lie gave it three mealworms, A boy met with a singular accident one at a time; when it had finished one in Little Grass Valley, Califoruia. He it returned for another, but after the was standing on a barrel whicli was bethird it Knew that the feast was over. ing conveyed in a wagon. The latter, on reaching the brink of a hill, overturned, and tho barrel and its occupant Drying Seed Corn. rolled a distance of over 150 The old plan of hanging the seed corn finally fetchinjr tip in a creek. The lad to the joists of tho kitchen by the husks, was quickly fished out by the wa"on drivers, and which had been stripped back and and almost found to be much bruised dead from fright. San plaited together for the purpose, always Franciico Call. seemed to make "cccd that would Boons butter A goat without horns. grow," because it was thoroughly dried, Not many llothctUr Pott. says a contemporary. farmers' wives will allow their kitchens The Value of the Porcheron Stud to bo cluttered up this way nowadays; Book of France. wc suggest that tho corn bo and so hung in tho smoke house and regularly It contains the pedigrees and brief smoked, like hams. This will secure its descriptions of about five thousand of thorough drying, which is the essential point, and the snioki: will tend to keep tho beat bred, rcrcherons. and nono but tho produco of recorded siro and birds and insects at a respectful when planted. But, what ever dam arc now eligible to entry. Every plan you may adopt, bo sure that the one is familiar with tho old breeding eed is thoroughly dried before it is reached by cold weather. Indianapolis axiom. "Like begets like or the likeness of some of its ancestors." From this Journal. alono tho most obtuse mind will readily New Rendering of an Old Song. perceive that a knowledge of those ancestors 13 as necessary to the suc(Constructed expressly to harmonize cessful breeder as the perfection of tho with the latest medical opinion on tho animal himself. Stud books aro histories of tho individuals of a breed, and subject of kissing babies.) are, therefore, tho only means by which 1 will not kl6s tho baby, tho valuo of any animal for breeding Tho dar.lmjr littlo tlowcr, She in it; tit catch tbe diphtheria purposes can bo measured; while tho And dio within an hour. worth of animals of unknown ancestry, I will not kiss tho baby. however fine they may be, individually, The precious little elf. can only be ascertained by experiment. She might have tbe dlpbthoria This is the reason why animals of esWhich 1 would catch myself. Iiotun Courier. tablished pedigrees, tracing through a line of excellent ancestry, always comEnglish experiments in telephoning mand higher prices. In this advanced between a light ship and the land havo ago of scientific breeding any person The attempting to disparage the valuo of proved remarkably successful. vessel selected was anchored leu miles pedigrees, or opposing improvement from shore, in sixty feet of water. For through the means of stud books, must eight months messages of all sorts have bo actuated by selfish motives and boon sent and received in all weathers, should bo regarded with suspicion. with but a single interruption from a There aro many horses being imported T.' break in the cable. Passing vessels of whose origin nothing have been signalled and reported; or- Is known. ders transmitted from owners to their ships approaching or leaving port; the Auctioneers have a nod way of receiving state of wind and tide communicated to bids. A". O. Picayune. waiting mariners, and timely notice xwsr.ui:ii advi:ktisixg. given of tho occurrence and location of dis-'an- ce "id muscular Effervescent wines 5FenL.5great0St 01116 of Hana .digtIon. When one digestion out of order awgr.nales, ,as in tho caso of T. TrSeals! bad dyt-Kfo? hi0' wh0 lmd W.tST?n yeaP V10 dl'SCstivo appar-?&n- ,. eating ft in apple-pi- tho best order by Tippecanoe, appetite producer regulator in tho world. ly paralyzes '" minu quantities, completetho action of tho saliva. Tho vr"." in Btmnr- - ton ,. tar van tea should bo used, if at nil. Strong coffee nnd cocoa aro nlso injurious if used in ex- IandJ?ar Dil tilled spirits retard tho salivary or neDtic Wines were found to bo highly injurious On peptfc J yarding fnfiuencof They .tnem musu1 &ate,iert "d A e -- 11 !!.,.. Kew UoUandei O O 3r 1 TIIEm T-AT- s (WnstraUaX TA7tF.VT8 TO XT 3VE 2E" O" X I2sT O KT t a Taylors CheroiM Reraerfy rf Swerf Bum i.id Mo!Im Tbe Seet Gam frum a tree of the wraenamo grow tne a tbe Somb. combined with a tea made from ts . or laie cy in craf 'per bottle. 'lie , -- m..MM.W, W.V. .,. Ministers. BeT.n.n.FHrall,D. D, Editor or Iholmeal Jlcttioditt, y editori ally, la tha XoTember (1SS3) number or hUpa- - Catarrh I psn "We hardened t merlti of Ej sWVrtaiDrr.CUi'i mL DrU!9 m2SsVfBitto.Ill LVTCUIM Cr?cm BaUn. and be- - vuiArrtrh'Aiii (YMt Uere that, by a thor- w imirkiknjK ough coorte or treat ment. It v?m care aM most every case of catarrh. Mlnl.ten. as a I class, are ataictea with bead and tbruat irou-- l blea. and catarrh seems I mora prevalent than a TPr Vn n nrtt rrs. I ommend Ely's Cream EJ Daua too highly." IT A particle I applied Into eacbcostrll: is agreeable to use. Price 50 cents bv mall or at Drasslite. Bend for circular. ELY BUOTlLU'.S. DrujKlsu, O wego, V. T. vm mmM RbPli OFFER I y $m jidfl AVaiTPVPD f UNPARALLELED PATTERNS OF ANY SIZE. PEMORESTS bT THE S Illustrated trtth Original Stret Engravn ings, l'hotogravurtn and Oil Picture: Xieh eopy of "DEeiu' HotthlT Stuuiu' cos. tilni A C'oupoa Order, entitling tee bolder to tac ttlecUea cf ny pattern Ulcitrated In tbe (uhtcn titnutmest In Wat number. In ny ot the tlies manufactured. fcubcrtber cr Purchaser aendlsg tie etnpea with at mep for postage, will recelre by return ti':, a i ecsplefe ratters, of the ene and kind tttr (elct. troa tie Magazine containing the order. Of all the Magazines. air per Tear. twelve full Hie. cat pauersi. ef aUe and kinds selected. Sead twenty cents for the current nnaber with Pattera Coupon and you will cirtahjj (sbecrlbo for a year as4 ret tea Uses lu rune. W 1st i?Denerejt.Pt!b'lsh-r,I7LlthSt1N'ewYM11 VoL 21 So.d ewdealers ONLY TWO DOLLARS Including t asd Pwtaustera. 05 rv.aisiir.. KJiftv-5'-'3? -- Fwcr&m y ,3 ' ;,' . . k sPPill K. -,- zg Something Long ScegM For, Rubbs Bajb asd Sbet v-('si vj5lf ?w That mil Wir. W:mSMkVmmmVI&&w A wt them by buyln? the TtnTDSRSO? of theta wU outwear ARCTICf One pairTblabasbeenrroTedlnthou-aandjofcaM- S any other Arctlcn. durlnirtni past four rtarv. They aro mad specially for fi SL Henderson & Co. . Chicago, according to thelrd'roctlons, and there l no other Arctic made llko ar than They are sollrt and tocch ail throua-a- : they CO. also lundaom and fit p'.radtdiT. The CM. H. & SPECIAL PURE (JTO 200T8 are ol-- o tne ejer mule. lotr-- o Arctic ml Loou costa trtSa mors thaa ordinary made pooda.but as they wl.l wear twice1 as lotur. It wl.l sare vou monev to bay them. GT C&! for tho LVrtiA .iicriCN"andthe"C ui:.mcii 91. t. - co." I'l'lti: CC3I uuotm. which can be) cbtamrd by dealers only frcm C X HESDERSOS CO ChlCTo, th. manufacturers cf the nlcbraUJ Rod bebool Bocse" Shoot. Yon will 01 BX-TE- pair to too old for you. Ho Is worth firty thousand I'M have to bo satisfied with him dollars. Just let mo atleud to myself, I suppose. " No, my daughter, of courso not He Tews Hlf'lngt. Is wrecks. Interview ivltli Mr. TVllson Snule, n Tjirge Kepreoentativo Advertiser, a to Itilten-cut- Xt s. him." ! LA M'Wr TLKA. An Unfailing Mgn. "What is It a Uii of," he asked as ho halted a lawyer on Griswold street yesterday, "when your finger nails grow out llko this in just two weeks?" Tho lawyer took the outstretched hand and looked at tho talons for a moment and then replied: "It's asigu you'll have real estate enough to raise fifty bushels of potatoes next year If you don't clean 'em." Detroit Free Press. Mamma Whs a Martyr. ,rPa," b x Philadelphia lad, "what is a jaartyr?' "Oh, don't bother me." "Ma, what Is a martyr?" "Why, my son, I'm a martyr." "You a martyr," exclaimed her husband. "How so?" a-- needn't mind about coinln? up as tNBl tonight I shall be inarned at least an hour before ho can gut there l" "Ah! exactly! Anything else 1 can show you bowed her to-da- vm. ma'am?" ho asked as he out -- Detroit Free Prcts. A Itcvenceful Woman. Not long ago a butcher In this city sold a woman a piece of meat, which, when taken home, was found to be bad. hur-enn- - turned, but the butcher refused to tako it 'W-'in back, roplaco it with another piece or NOTES. the money. The woman "nursed her wrath," as Burns says, "lo keep it warm," worn "Why, this is and she planned to get even. Ono Satur-- d this bonnet, and tho third winter a I've too I'm married to man night when the butcher and his assistiy Chronicle-Heralant wero busily serving a number of cus- mean to buy mo another one." tomers, tho irate femalo walked into the Adklnc After Old Frlcudj. ,v--- It was re- ro-fu- " - d. IV. Jr ?VflW. Ct 7fr Smith Robinson is in town from ChicaHe was asking about you this morning. Brown Hobinson wh tt HobinsouV "Why, you remember Tom Itoblusou who went West ten j ears ago and made a fortgo. une." I remember Tom "Oh, yes, certiinly. well; line fellow he was, too. So he was asking about me. What did Tom say?" "He inquired If jou drank as hard as over." A". Y. Sun. Not Much of a Job. Bacley -- Don't try to bully me. sirl I won't have It! Who are you, anyhow, to put on airs around mo? e Blowhard I. sir? I am a want everybody to know it man, sir, and I self-mad- injunction: shop, and throwing a dead cat on the meat block, oxclaiinad: "That makes ten. 1 will None of get tho other two by tho customers in the shop at the time took bologna, nor did they ask for "a nice piece of rabbit" Kingston Freeman. Waiting; for Favorable Weather. Photographer (to countryman) How would yon like your picture takenfcfn a snow-storllko this one, for instance? Countryman (looking at tho pldaro) By thunder, mister, that's jest taejftulng. Does it cost anything extry? If Photographer No, tho price Is the same. Countryman (enthusiastically) Well, sir, tho very fust day it looks like snow, I'll hitch np an' come to town. N. Y. Sin. IX. blow-brough- BONDS. urer of tho IIop Bitters Manufacturing These Discs Company, ha been spending the last two renresent days here, arranging his advertising mat ters, nnd was interviewed by a Umus rethe nWZ Bwf porter as to the results nnd tho worth of BviLH newspaper advertising. Ho said that for opposite' wm&mmt tho four years previous to lS" they spent mmTjaMmmmmmmmrs aides of all their nioncv in bill posting and circuwhicli they received no profit; in lars, from B. H. DOUGLASS & SONS1 fact, they got bark lust about half what it cost them for making tho modicino and for Coughs, Colds and Sore Throats, aa printing and distributing tho circulars. Alleviator of Consumption, and of great In tho spring of 157S they placed an adbenefit in moat cases of .Dyspepsia. vertising order of $40,000 with 1L R Hubbegun. Boston Budget. bard, of New Haven. Tho results were They ara tho (BEWA3ECF IMITATIONS.) erptziene result of over forty yean sales of 107,000. They increased the adIn Compounding OOCQIl HRHITDIE3. vertising tho following vear to SIOO.OUO, tho price IS erntu per quarter pound. Tho dead body of an English or Ietall T'bo FOK SALE BV ALL IIKALEUS. named Stewart sales being &i00,000. MbO.OOOnext yenr they American spent 5120,000, with bales, and the was lately found in the room of a house next year tho expenditure was inat Romafnierc, a suburb of Taris. By creased, as also the soles. They argue j'rom timon tbe sidj- of the remains was the corpse this that noVawjlut and pure ntmpaper advertising, judicioutly of an old lion. Stewart had fallen on Ve sure road to success. thoroughly applied, U evil daya, and went to ltomainvillo with his lio'n. It is supposed that he Tne small boy is trimmed with birch-rofcV either to sickness or starvation, basting. Hatchet. - IHJVuV .T. CVtrt I iyitrUJ n.mUTUIIir of tho desert lay and that the monarch ininu A lrfely Complexion. Wool, Leather.PaMr.lTory.GUsj. calmly down and died of grief and hunChina, Famtture. "What n lovely complexion," we often as Iron, Solid as a Bock. ger by the side of his master. hear persons say. "I wonder what sho The total qnanUty sold dnrlns th does for it!" In every caso the purity and past five y esrs amounted o o ea tho complexion MILLION s A citizen of Georgia had a quack real loveliness of Thosowbo havo depends blood. sallow, bottle. CVEUVBOni WA.NIS IT. arrested for fraud in selling him a prep- upon the All dealers can smi- Awaiyrji blotchy faces may make their skin smooth MEDALS. aration for preserving the tcalp, during and healthy by taking enough of Dr. TW0G0LD .Vm Urlrant. UnS. ImUm. lSKi. tho use of which ho lost all his hair. Pierce's "Golden Medical Discovery" to PrnnnnYwpd Ktrnnzet Glue known Senil dealer's card and 10c postage But tbe quack escaped. "I did not drive out the humors lurking in tho system. for sample can KK1.E by roaU. U)au.ia fltia. RTO1AeriurcCo.C!oucester.iIaja. pretend," he said, "to sell you a preTViNTEK is a season for hogs in for the hair, but for the scalp. Chicago. LoxeeUtrying servation Citizen. Your scalp remains intact, does it not?" The Poor little One. 'Send for' Description 'and "We often seo children with red eruptions Map. of NOKTHEKK PACIFIC I and The London Lancet says that Eng- on faco and hands, rough, scaly skin IndiCOUNTRY, the Freo GoTcmoften sores on the head. Tbeso things iment Lands and CHEAP RAILROAD land is safe from cholera'for another cate a depraved condition of the blood. In LANnRInMlmMaolA. Dakota. Montana. year, and congratulates its readers on a tho growing period, children have need of daho. H ashtngton and Oregon. Tho Be t Agricultural. Sraxlng scare which has been productive of so nuro blood bv which to build up stronir and rREE. and Timber Lands now open to Settlers. SENT Address CHAS. B. LAMBORN, bodies. If Pierce's "Golden much needed cleaning up and sanitarv iicaltby riltjwiraw'1 Dr.friirnn e lilrww Id rAlSMnl fa I.nnd Coramlisloner, St. Pssol, 31lnn. tlin improvement, the effect of which will pUTgUU Ul 1W UUU CIEU1CUU1, UUU I.UU J be quite as useful against other diseases development will bo healthy, nnd VU..U it -as as in withstanding cholera. hhould be. Scrofulous affections, rickets, The demand forthe ImproTed MA SOX A HAM-I.- I" disease or other gravo nov so large that second addimaladies nnd sutToring uro suro to result tion toII.vOS b become Imperative. Do no6 the factory as much tanlng a Pianos on tha Much of the trade of India, the total from neglect and lack of proper attention require prerallinc svstem. Consult CataU cue.frje. valuo of which exceeds S250.000.000 an- to such cases. 100 ftjles of UKGAMt, S to 900. For Cash. Easy Paymenu. or Kented. on along its coaat from nually, is carried sportsman wanders A ixc.tt.E23 MASON & HAMLIN ORGAN ANO PIANO COMPANY, KurracheetoMergui. Much the largest about in the wood. Dtlroit Free Press. traffic is in grain part of this coasting 146 Wabash Ave., Chicago, 111. Man, soothing and healing is Dr. Sage'a and pulse. Tho trade in tea and toCatarrh Remody. bacco is falling off. A Texas steer go there and grow up When say care ou not mean ueraly to suip uo ro faaGl IBatAB n a time and ttiei akaa sni aasral FITS, ErILETSY Dechinite or vanadate of lead and with the country. Oil City Derrick. of calesrx I hare tnadf tha disease study. 1 warrant my er FALr.rKOSICKKES.1 a zinc, has been discovered in Montana. Ir afflictod with Sore Eyes use Dr. Isaac AT to cure tne worst cases Because einara " Ore of this nature is worth $10,000 a Thorapson'sEyo'Wnter.DruRKistssellit.ICc failed Is no reason far not now recelTlce aenra. ?,?. once for treatise and a Free Bottle ot my lnfalllbl pound. Chicago Herald. remedy. Giro Express and Post Office. U costs Joa nothing for trial, and I will cure you. t Out at tbe elbows Tho tramp's coat and Dt. H. O. BOOT. lMFearl 8U KewTork. stovepipe. 2f. Y. Journal A Noted Ladles' Seminary. v In no institution of learning in tho coun- Pmr'sTooTnAcnEDnors cureinl minute, SSo No Ro" to Gut Off Horses' Manes. "ECiarsii" try is a moro complete education given than Glenn's Sulptiur Soap ..enls and beautifies. 23c. Celebra ICIULE Kit tsnb slipped by Combined. not horse. in tho celebrated Kotro Dame, near Balti- GxrtMANCORN Kemover kii Is Corns a Bunions. can Halter to anrrsrl any the U.S. e of more, Maryland. Tho Sisters in charge say free, on receipt of SI. Sold by all "An artist In black" A designing widow. baauiery. Hardware ana uamess they find that Red Star Cough Curo sucLouxll Citizen. Oealeri. Special discount to thel Trade. RTSend for cessfully removos all colds and throat troucough medicine Is Piso's Cure J.C. LiouTnousr.r.tchesier.N.y. bles among their pupils. It is absolutely trct Tnn b cents. for Consumption. Sold everywhere. "5c from poison, and costs but twenty-fiv- e three-quarters Nc"' England farmers never tiro of lookiug for gold in their rocky pastures. A promising mine has just been opened Mott, near on the farm of William Slocumville, in a wild part of Western Rhode Island. The rock is said to assay $175 to the ton, and tbe gravel veins $75 to SSU. There are three veins, one of which has been traced of a mile, extending southwesterly beyond Slocumville, and there are pockets in which the ore assays as high a3 5200 a ton. Machinery U being put in, and mining on nn extensivo scalo is to be From tho Now Haven (Conn.) Sunday Union, Oct. IS, 1M5.1 Mr. "Wilson Soule, Secretary nnd Treas- ll&P Capsicum Cough Drops lion-lam- er - 11 mic-cumb- ed d '- c. 32 - 118 -' I PIANOS 1 wrest-pln ORGANS fever-sore- s, hip-joi- nt aim-lessl- y I CURE 1 K FITS! V au. life-lo- m halt Sam-til- Prlre-LUt- .' "Everybody does know It sir, and everybody considers vou a very poor workman." Pit idclphla Call, 1 11 THE MARKETS. Cincinnati. December !!, 1S.. LlVKSTOrK-Cntllo-Cotiuno- nSl A rrsniNo young man The scene shifter. Th Jlambler. M I'itl IS, II MlicMHHrl:MaKl CORES HHE All USE MIlS. tCoui?hSynjp. Tastengood. Use In time. Hold by drnKtfsts. C8Mi f None. Tramp Well, would you tell a poor, unfortunate man what time it Is? N. Y. Sun- some Good Advice. Two narnis, ono of them a young man. the other well advanced In life, had just left a house where they had been supplied wi'rii a bountiful dinner. Woman m Meeting with Poor Luck. Tramp (at tho back door) Will please give me something to eat? Woman Not a thing. Tramp Nor nuthln' to drink? Woman Nor nuthln to drink. Tramp No cast-of-f clothes? you rimico lliitctii'rs 3 10 IIOftPCitntniin. .1 ffl flood I'acWorr Hlll.rjl' Good lo chuirci. iM H.OIIU OKAIN W'luiit- - Loin; berry rod '.2 No. - rd . . . Corn Ni.2. ltt.Tfd . . . (la's No. Snii.xcd. fd !tr N ' .12.71 HAY Pinotliv i. TOItAcro Cnmuifin Lu ?... . 8 Oil ft! . a ,; ri T4 ?"i 2 M ... O 3ffi to " 4 & t a", to ffi Red Star 1 a. haul ten mnnnt PAW MiLLS lundENCINES aSV A L.L. TTnnrtrwwi LA.NK Oi UU0LBY CO., CINCINNATI, ftKlOT l. f ftl SUIA In n A Pri frai.- - O. -- 1 r ritOVlSlONS l.nnl I'nmn IjrTir.K-KftnAIMM.KS-I'nnov Good ..10 l'fk-Mos- s.. .W25 falOUTH m. rt.v. v fall .TO HUGHftURE Fro from Opiates, .Emetics and JPoifon. Ohio Crrnrnrr ie tia.rv .. . 1 is i i -. 7.- IT, POTATO KS FlOI'It-Pln- lo GHAIN-Wh- rat !irNKW lmrrrl.. . . 1 M & ft to VOUIC. SAFE. SURE. AT Dltcaairra "lB Absolutely "m lbi a posltlsa rsxady lortaa abors olseass; krliaas fercaaods ef eases of tha wvrsl klad aa4 ef loac suaHE ScaT, bats beta cand. Iod,M. sa strcer Is ray fsltA ra In a TAt tbst I will sb4 TWO BOTTLES FXE, tofslbtrwltb DiBUTXIitnt en sals aiasass.to aarsaJersr. 8Hiu Brsaasdr.aatlrras. CONSUMPTION W.I. SLOCUaLlH rearl U M.X, No. 2 rrd . . . . (Vim No 2 mixed. Out tmrd LAKO OHAIN .ACTION and W'firrni. ! iftj No. U Cliitatuo ... . asw fllJi 4 !Sft ,"wi PROMPT. T).(. in "UUIIUS ' A, TOG CLE ft CO,B1LTISOIIE,X2. 25S- - 'J ST'.SIJO ft WcMorn fclrnin CHICAGO. Wlu-:i- l .ij ft era , S3 f- German KOntort. media: rtliifln taaworatct5fa.1r.i' MT1 f I POM CB IT 1 ni rnainWrestAapataiTp(icat. Jrtce,5JC.d Hi AIUclDrturtttmQ?jBu.vamviBM!Km Iit-lBCHIFTMAN.Bt. M I . ASTHMA t. fiipig fOTBtamrx KMU'll-- M ito and WpHptii No 2 u-- Si or No. 2 Oilcimo Sprinjr Corn No.:: Outs-- No EJECTMENT. i 3TO Ho Wanted Wood. at wt A man who had engaged several eordii of wood of ' a farmer went out into the bsck yard and saw that the farmer waa'corcUsg it up with a view of saving " as uaafe woed u as possible. "Look hero my friend; what ;tiWkbW there ' Well, is crooked wood trarUi BMMtBlt mean?" pointing to a hole throsgh which dog could uavo crawiea. " Why, you see, there's aemtod Urn ym1! rioifj Ioii0si jEJB rOUK-- Ms LAUD- - St, Itvi 2 . .,. : ft 5ou o ORGANS The most beautiful and finest tooed Inlheworiu. urtojinctm.ta'iivar mem. Send for catalogue. Addressj si' WeTerurianiinanouu..iurarav v H. - 1 am .. 1 10 ftiu ro ft 2S1 --'l FIM K WHIT OK ATTACHMENT. CHAIN Wheal No Corn MixiM .. Gait mixed PKOVISIONj- j- rnrk-M- bf , . CATrbC- - I'a- -t HOGS. . Kiiiinly, .i:ri;oitG. ft i ic IbhSimI St a As a RIB IlPrelV. tu ' TolntrodueeUMra.wetriri ? - at "1 say. Bill," queried tho younger of the two, "where do you s'pose wo'Il get our The old tramp turned on him In disgust "Hera you've Juit had your dinner," ha said, "and you begin to wonder where you'll get supper. If that's the kind of disposition you've got, young feller, you had better quit the profession and so to work." quality t 01 .j W an" INDIANAPOLIS Whrat No 2 red. ...'..7 Corn inut'd Outs mixed...... ft 17 T ThOUaanrta ft ftlO ii 5iuirB2t-itiir5ll?Ja P"1 7'i ft t IC24 LvthiM? qo4.et B'8H ft 621i Srferteth, .d J1 ft J iUJSJ,.!SSM5 r,y naiiiisiwi or C f Aa C"eoatity Satan Mfa aar aatkaad .. 1 ' J v.w.."a .HUi.. ' nil! awa.j Be. Standard arl-- Waaning Haehlaea. U you wantonw your name. P. O. Mlg!Tl?5SfJr' Wwsaaa Is tMHI actlra Man lo sell oar goods. Expenses. Cxaeates In PattimlAaai A..flt -- " --: nrtrEAtafATl.tAlMU. si .bock. BUTr-war- .. . . a 'ii H .isfa. rasa m sa.a.a. """IF ttArrinc. oecaoM ep.roperBonrlihnieot. wUI often topply mil and happy. Joyous diyi will If joor child U not In Jolntn testimony uJm who bTO bea bleaaod by lu um. "?. HAIR BTuSueilACoiaArtrXMa 'TT - ,"WIg, Bsg. andWirei Knt C.O.'D.MV ?"" . ......... ClICER Tretd end caTwa wltkgir tte tojjf. buuK OB iresimitcB us, -- A END tor free Catalogue of Book ? AJt.K- -S Aninsemetwa. ; BtrAleht wood?" LOUIS VI rimir-- A G HA I N- ' Well, I'll take mine straight WLZfo it you are throwisg Ih chunks of cavity and knots! s; PHkItIIIWi tliiuk of t- " No." Onts Nt. hpftt - wmixed Corn I MX $4 00 ."! " i -- . No. 2 . 1 til . n 5i 06 i A" caaes relleTed ana many cored. ffauiodnew.aBttnaed wlibKraatsuccea. "yoLli1Wlil,,.of-vlen- a Anstrla. Describe rH." 'etc DiCKArrraea3ULP.lwAaSt,NewTorBV 1J&I mixed. - ,1H;: Life IVlKK-mi- -!LAKD-Hc- um ... ....... . .. ai'JUJ 50 .7 rt I1, IfTiTOTK, Bagalo. M. v. rwrgaiwiaas.... -- UUII -- g"!. : ... . lujiEnsswiiB local weaxnear berownpbyalclaa. . fouac Box, VM. HOIK aeU. from SecereeBtw&eeeMeejJrlW TirBT. Bcsixgaa Collmk. A-- ni Fwrs WHEN WRITING T totwMMWTOBMW 111; Afvrjtf V fr ip . . ?S y if I K- . - - 3 AtV. . tt?.'"i:. -- "I i 5 LOCAL NEWS. Frack China Tea Set, Glass Sets, Water Stfl, Pickle Oater; Dinner Castors, Butter Dishes, at Forks and Spoons, ow oa exhibition, and at moderate prices, Plted Knives J. A. viiiKr.'s Sons. decll-- 3t Frea country Lard, at R0C!Er.B'. Nice Sausage, at ItoGnas'. Lye Hominy, at Wo have received from Mr. Proctor, thu State Geologist, his new map 01 me 1'urchase counties, the work of his asbistant, Mr. uuuguurmire, winch, without doubt, is tho most accurate as to general geography, and the most thorough in valuable and interest- ing details, of any survey over made. , It not only w - irives the towns, niuroaus, aireams and county Hues, hut every county road, the dwelling houses on same, all pla- ces in eacli neighborhood of any local significance, tho elevations above the sea level of most pla- M. .... JUUtft . . . LnBDRUM DEAU. .. , I I -"1: f- mi.. '!,.. "-- distances, and much other , Rogers'. kier When in Town Don't Fail th step in J. Amberg's Son's store and see the nice assortment of Holiday Goods, decll 3t J. Amberg's Sons. S Gen.Robert Toombs, of Georgia, is dead. IjOST A pair of fine Gold .130 a SPECTACLES. The tinder will be Columbus, on hill liberally rewarded by returning Columbus, under hill,.. .309 it (t Miss, river, low water,. them to tho Courier oftice. .100 a Holiday Presents and Articles Jordan, .401 u of necesity,at 350 it Fulton, Amberg's Sons, dec ll-350 u J. Alexander, 313 u Moscow, The City Hall building is ap- Clinton, 3ill u propriately draped in mourning in Clinton hills,. . . . . 350 memory of Judge Samuel Lau3SC Valley,. . . . Water drum, late Mayor of the city.' 421 a p May field, The long and hot fight for tho Pryorsbnrg, : .'." ill e has at last t Wingo, Padueah HG u settled by the appointment paducali 150 vi jpi. jiu velars, jiu uii iu Dukedoui pot over a half dozen worthy ol() . petit ore. : H7 Ben to n!. ....... i Useful Gilts for Your Families' Tho highest elevation in the Purchase counties is at Kirksey, or frends, at Calloway county, winch is 5U0 ll-dec J. Amrerg'sSons. feet above tho sea. Tio map Passenger trains are now ar abounds in much other valuable riving aim departing irom li.o new and intercalilIff if0nnation. e.aet Hickman depot. It is by far .. . Mirnctilnu Ilsmpc. the niiest and most commodious! house and grounds this side of W. V. Reed, druggist of Winchester, .,"One of .. T.1..l. O Nashville, and in some respects lnd., writes: itartoniiv, my customer. Mr-. . . .Louisa riKe. nancoinn o., lml to Xashville depot. enperior was a long sufierer with Consumption, and .- value that wo intend presenting it to the county for preservation. As elevations above the sea level supposed to have much to do with tho general health, the nb- senco or prpsence of malaiia, fwhatevflr th:it .., it. nmr im inter-r , estiug to note the elevation of lo calities in this section : nickman, on hill, .iSlfect. Hickman, under hill, . mi Miss, river, low water,. ,250 a v.1 information. The Cor- holds tho map of such great home, in Hickman, Wednesdav ference vear. wo noto the fo -- soxmorning about o o'clock, and was ing: JfiN ' buried in the .city cemetery on Hefley. nickman W G. Thursday eening. For thirty Hiclcnian Circuit X. P. fltamyears past, Judge Laudrum has ori,. . . WVt ! i lueuuueu wuu ITnion Citv It. W. Erwin . Silk' t,K' social and business interests Tiptonvillo W. O. Lanier. gp oi tn's toiiiinunitj, and his loss Columbus F. JJynuin. WHERECAX I BUY A SUIT A Itl.K CIIKISTJIAS Pit I -W'N uo greatly ft'it, and his death r. ...:., i w n'otoru. AT ITS REAL VALUE? sincerely mourned. Before the Fulton and Water Valley J- - 1 war he was largely and promi-ces- , C. Collins. Before deciding these questions we invite vou to examine our beautineatly engaged in mercantile ful and varied stock. Fulton Circuit J. "V. Fly. suits, and lor tho past twenty years dcoted his time chiefly to Clinton G. T. Sullivan. Ma field E. E. Hamilton. tl,e insurance business. Ho was Milan It. M. King. Mayor of the city at tho time of sweep ourstrcets, and lowcrjng clouds threaten snow, the average man, at new store, Memphis S. A. Steele. Fuqua & DeBow's old stand, has an endless varietv of bis death, and had filled that posi-i- s .woman or child, bethinks himself or herself, of Biitherford W.A.Cook. Books and Fancy Stationery, Papctcries of all styles and finish, tion a number of terms, and was l' n., Covington E. K. Bransford. s, for four years County Judge, Pencils, Lap Tablets, Albums, Card Cases, Cards, &c, iC'c, Kov. W. T. Harris was continThere have been few public cn- and Toys m endless variety. tins prises in Hickman or Pulton ued as Presiding Elder of ; COVERINGS, WARM cdnnty, the past thirty years that District. WINTER he was not more or less identified t"IirlKtm with. IIo was a self-madman, fr'NCIllH. Cirnnrt-vnever had the advantages ol a T!e IllspUOst finished education, but was ac"We would here remark, as a gentle reminder, that we carry in stock lobo Seen l every conceivable and desirable shape of knowledged to be one of the m& brainiest men in this section, and lllrliiiuin. I.rprv nnvpllv in I i 1 Judjre Samuel Laudrnm, one of Padueah, last week, adjourned our oldest, most worthy and most Tuesday, and from the list ouaP;; iniluential citizens, died, at his. nnintmpnts for tlm ensuin2E2Ui r.....l.; ,1. Z Zt, -- niinnl u s7ssit rt UO" it t l ii. 1 T "W Holiday Gift Waal til ilf ? fill pur-valuab- lo CHZLL HOBTBfflH 113 MRS JENNIE GARDNER, Port-folio- o '- ed, soun and clear as a bell, and vet ' 1)fe9,1Ian(l Cab,ne,i, and ft I,urfect worW TmQAnvssVL','t he was by nature, modest, diffident, MR9 e i and always tenderh courteous and rcgatdful of the 3t CITY ITEMS. feelings of all with whom ho eamo in contact, even the humblcbt. J. V. Cole is headquarters Tor Vnlpulatcd to make the human family hannv. It is not necossarv to add As a parent and husband his life that these ,iroods can be purchased lower of us. than elsewhere, as our to the truest and Santa Claus. was an example ,. ' ' We, who have been associbest. .tockinjjs with reputation ior the Christina ated with him daily, w ill miss his ; choice Holiday Oits from J. W Cole's (C genial presence, his clear judg- Uo'ok Store. Great v iriety of Gift in post-officment, and his kindly considera fine Books, fancy Stationery, and 1 000 7 Rif. tion., in every step, walk and other goods and cheap Fill the Call and Fee stockings. V life. May his ashes rest the goods ond prices. iewof in peace, and his suul with its HAND OPENING of CHRISTMAS i God. T GOODS, nt Moore & Landniins, to Call and tee their big display. morrow. is universally known. Our counters-a- re full of Men's, Youth's and PAMOlfTO READ THIS IT WILL Boys' ,Overcoats, Ladies, Mioses and Children's Wraps. Extra quality IT HAS COME! 3t Blankets, Quilts and Flannels. In Footwear, don't forgeUhat we are ATTENTIVELY. and don't vou forget it, that immense stocc - coming of Holiday Good, at The holiday soa-n- n J. W. Cole's. We ucar when all the earth i glad and have Holiday Goods forone and all, young and old, short and tall. It will interest all humankind strive to bring . ; yon to call and see this immense variety inne.s to their leilov, so tlUlt fj MIrct from. Xn mntter what is wantod. tlirninrli .... relations ot life git ynu nil find it in J. W '. Cole's btock of ' " ' making las become to ue at tlit. IloliJny Good, at the Book Store. BOOKS. Erery known Work of wa- giren up to die by her physicians. She lolidav season a token of iriend- Coming:, Get Our lines of Heavy Boots and Shoes is unexcelled for long wear, We Popalar Authors. In fact you cannot heard of Dr. King's Xew Discovery for ship and a p. edge of ils continu- Christmas is can litany man, woman or child in Arctic Overshoes or llubbers. We Ready for It. think of anything that cannot be found in Consumption, and began baying it of me ance. That ail may be suitably ac- add, the New Store of Mrs. E. T. Gardner In bix months' time she walked to this I am opening a full line of Hol where everything is new, fresh and ty IUh citv. ft - distance of six miles, and is now ?o coinmodated with present, we have! . . a. Bemembcr, we have no old or second hand, muca improved she hasquit using it. She taken pains this vear to secure large iday uoods. i ou are respectfully good in stock. Prices low as the lowest. feels she owes her life to it." Free Trial i ..toeks in neat, "chaste, novel and invited to call atJ. W. Cole's Book . .. : f Bottles at Moore x Lanurums lrug Store. ' Open evening. artistic design in all hues ot Jook, Store. The Mayfield Monitor, after a There is to be a Christinas Fancy Stationery, Toilet Sets, Gold j You can buy a nice Kid Shoe at Plaut'p, careful examination, denounces as uml "ver bold I ens, Gold tree and entertainment a lie the statement that Hugh .Neil, Sylvan literaryAcademy, on at Toothpicks. ac. Charms, Music or SI. 00 per "pair. Gold the of that city, drew $5,000 m the nifht of Shadellth. nn wliii-I- i npfn. Jjocs. Ladie's Work lio:cs and You can buy a nice Alexander kid Glove that we know whereof we speak when we say that we can and will sell tho you rubber goods a great deal cheaper than any other house in Hickman, Ifew Orleans lottery. Tho state- Kion. i.rnnPiliiifr tlm ilistrihntinn r ,,.. nf H.isknts. Writimr DmIis. , MiM f'nl.! at IMaut for 3oc and 30c . . w. and also show vou a much larger line than any otherc carry. in the lottery com irifta. j,.w. rnllnn-Iument appears l." f 1... TA ,,rrnr !!.. I ! . il.n. advertisements. ALL OJJH UK fUKKlST ltny's ' (vi-inriwill he rendered: !: Vinl.-- i W .ire to be genuine, and at) ' 'nmum Choir A Lilies. Scrap Books, fhattiT Box! very low prices.' if ' ' aaaortment Swinging Lamp Photograph A.i.lsa . . (Jn...I J. AMnFRf.'s Sons. decll lit .... IV iu. tj uuut: I.Mfnniln'c hm.--. and Autograph Aluum?, Uilor Cases, tecrap nt,i;nn t,..;;., n.i..iyuvi:"1 : V 4'V'ritC Wo ... rot l" " 'VllktV Uookn, and Toilet Sets, erer brought to this Acroatic,...".'.".."."."."...". 14 Children ' inspection of our goods before yon ..; market. Kemember, we hare them for "King Chriuna," CYPRESS SHINGLES. Mina Henry make your purchases, and feel sure aale they must be sold, and we will sell , ottiie viaudox that we can please you in quality in them to you cheaper than antbody All heart Cypress Phinglcs, 1 Jimmie McDaniel Moobe H Lxsdkvu. ami price. Come and see us wheth- every respect, kept const intly on h.ind, "Chrintmas, and for sale at low tat prices er vou buy or not. J Efie Maddor Congress will not accomplish Song, fceptll II. BUCIHXAX. Choir B J. W. COLE. any practical legislation until af- "Santa Clause,''- :.AIbert Jones Sv'it l!nn ...-.. ter the holidays. It seems a set- Hymn to the Nativity, Iilwt tinrpll Pfl n rii. . Sndie Saunders .. . . (Jaldwcll S Combination, a (lr:i-- , lartresntiplv of New Crot IxMiHiana Su r Lime McUaniel tled fact that the Presidential suc-cesI IlMtie clllb COIIinosed of homo tal- - car. Molawes. and Coilee. iora Saunders n bill will bo promptly passXight before Christma V rnt. ravp tvrn vnrv frp(lit:ililf pv.tlarce nuantitie. therefore can oifer gr? as both pol.tical parties favor his business judgment alv:is and Rronzcd Goods, Yvock Roxe, Writing For Bargain es lo ., "COLD . EXCLUDERS," to Ik lew B?lek I Si Occupied ly Plant Bros. k r bn , com-t,ura- v j r OW P i; This large and commodious building is jam full of new goods, and to be the greatest assortment and best selected stock ov-brought to this market. 2Tever in the history of Hickman, have goods been offered at such low prices, i- 'Oni TIB PRICK OF ALL MIITMS, , i i HEADQUARTERS. i - -- . , j EMPHATICALLY, & many bargains too numerous to mention. But come with vour figure':, and we'll discount them. !NTo humbug we have the good's, and mron what we say. We solicit your inspection of our Clothing, which is i! most extensive we have ever handled. Overcoats from 2 to 20- H7c from a 4 year old Boy, to the largest man; Children's Clothing, allVizi- -, and prices; Men's and Boy's Clothing, from 2.75 a Suit to 25, the handsomest line ever shown in this city. Ladies, Misses, and Children-Wrap- s, the latest styles, at lowest prices. The grealest assortment i.f Boots and Shoes. Sole Agents for the celcbeated Douglas Shoe, sold for 3, every pair guaranteed you can't beat them for 5 or 6. The Be d School House Shoe for children, from Xo. 4 to No. 2; can't be beat every pair warranted. Honor us with a call and you will not regret it. r -- .- -- y .- -- n 1 . 1 A SSirhf'Ll I Silver-plate- d C'c-'insGI- ee, f':i xisr-sy- ALEXANDER MAXWELL. - j fir-t-cl'- Oil OFFili We are now prepared to ofier the citizens of Hickman and surrounding country and towns the largest and best i si .j - .,--.-- .- ra &.. it. I yalte tucky, preached at fet. Paul's Episcopal church, Ilickmai Cues-daand Wednesday evenings. Jilrs. S. L. Bu.lard and daughter were continued. The Couiurcit's carrier boy will wait upon his friends Christmas morning, with a well written and beautiful address, the composition of Fulton county's sweetest Miss M. h. and purest song-birMiddlctou. Our Congressmen, TTon. W. J . Stone, is now realizing what a. real Congressman has to do. Of course Ids every act will bo marked and used for or against him next fall. We have confidence in Instability to follow tbo track. Wingo Purchase. y d, The Rt. Kov. Tlios. A. jDudly, Essay,. Acrostic, Bishop of the Diocese of Ken- Boundary J of Christmas, 1 John Maddox Saundera Under the holly Bjugh SalliePrather Wm. Hannon 15 Children Charlie Bacon liiMti..D .,( r"if. Tluli loci Messrs: Atwood, Dillon, Moore! ' Ilertwccks, Thomas. Biickner and Ozilient. and MtS. Mattle Iloen , i inducements to the trade. . Examine the' So.v?. Uoug- - ,,HeM' al J j. Axma; j j The most beautiful patterns in All Wool ' Having purchased the entire stock of Furniture and Undertaker's Goods, from the DRESS GOODS, Ingrain two and three ply Cupels, at estate of the late E.T. Gardner, OFFrclROCUMATfON. IMaul's. Carpeting from lOj cents up, T1103. A TYixn, Know all glad bcarf, by these presents, cheapest ever offered in Hickman. LACES, EMBROIDERIES, Elijah Maddox, and the late greeting, that having inspected" all the arCue Tiirelkeld, NECKWEAR. Canned Goods, at Fresh t rangements for Holidiv gilU and Alonzo Jone, Uoqers'. in .Mayfield, Clinton," Union City, Troy, Alex Rice. we are enabled to ofTcr to the trade thee poods, nt prices which no other houses, that have All goods as represented. Call and see them. Charleston and Xev Madrid, I have bought their goods regular, can meet. The slock is very complete, and comparatively ed and decreed that my headquarters for m:w, showing all the latest designs in artistic and desirable goods. Parties wishing to Mr. D. I. Wilcoxson, of Horse Cave, Ky , the Christmas of 1SS5, bo and is hereby and best Oysters by the buy Fine or Medium Furniture, will certainly neglect their own interest if they fail to THE fredicst W. Cole'-Boand gee our stock. We not only show the most artistic and latest designs, but wc pays he wae, for many years, badly afflicted (established at John Stationery Store, Hickman, Ky., and all can, or served at any hour, and in any also Dmbetes; the pains with Phthisic, way desired, always to be had during the were almost unendurable nnd would some- my friends and patrons arc recommended present season, al tho to call. SV.MA UJYUS. THRESH GROCERIES, GOOD GRO- - times almost throw him into convulsions. The patronage of ladies solicited, and JC CERIES, CHEAP GROCERIES, to be He tried electric Bitters and got relief from To Oar Friend : pjeciai; arrangement for their polite at- first bottle and after taking slxbotlles, found at considerable money. TTe can truthfully assert that on a great many articla, our price was entirely cured and had gained ;n flesh BUCIvNER & JUDGE'S. Tho mombers of tho Hickman lB!eptli LICLEDE HOUSE. and former prices differ by 50 per cent. We can actually sell you goods at wholesale eighteen pounds. Says he positively be- C r iet Baud, lieg through the C U prices, and then have a profit, and that is more inducements than any Furniture Store Printed memorials .aro in cir lieves he would have died, had it not been for riek, to return their. sincero thanks Riullnsnnir, the is Lin West Tennessee or Kentucky, can offer. We propose lo make Hickman headquarters the relief aflorded by Electric Hitters. Sold calation, to bo signed by former to II. J. Atwood, TIior. Dillon, R. now located in Moore & Landrura's drug We cordially invite an LOW FURNITURE. & Union soldiers only, and address' at Gfty cents a bottle by Moore Landrum. L. Moore. Prof. Caldwell, .1. II. store. His skill and reliability hxs been forParties PRICED m at night for Undertaker's Goods, will inspection. Stephens, or Jas. find J. T. coming proven, and he is located here permanently Darnell, at Montgomery Home. r r:n ed to the Senate and limine, ask- g l ' ' to ahvayn make good his promises. Mr. R. I. Reid, who was dis- ing the enactment of a law o.. Mrs. J'jd. Iloen, and Mr. and Mrs. trom the Auciiorage for the establishment and has kind and t,,.,n. ntirlluKaniP, the since, .wi'Sam. Thomas, for support of Soldiers' Homes for lum somo tliree weeks RumpinntK- - valuable help '.in thotheir skillful reputation dramatic 011- - established ato no one in a3 aline, and workwi,n whq Mmncrht to h. PATENT his hun..v ,.w disabled Confederates. J tertainments tho man second recovered lo give nromiso of ner band, and to for the benefit oftheir dreds for whom he has done work will evitho public for MAKE THE CIIII,TREX I.ACGII. inanent restoration of mind, died, Call at Moore & dence his reliability. very kind and liberal patronage. Lindrutn'rf ANDY and SWEET THINGS, at Va., one day at Manassas Station, apMEDI C I NIESI BUCKNER& JUDGE'S. last week, so we are informed by Tho uBand boys" gratefully will The Hurlinginie. is loca preciate these favors, and S The long fight mado against a telegram from his wife. The de- strivo to prove deserving by main- led permanently m Hickman; and if he (ramblers in Louisville has ceased was a man of honorable taining a good cornet baud in fixes your watch, is always at homes to the prove ihe reliability of his work. finally resnlted in their being rout- purposes, cultivated mind, and Hickman. well wored horse, foot and dragoon. In noble bearing, and was BIG STOCK OP CHRISTMAS GbODS, HlCIOrAN'CoRKET BAND. Al: kinds of Disinfectants Chloride of positions in the Jefferson circnit court Wed- - thy of the honorablewhich he held Lini, Sulphate of Iron, Carbolic Acid, TOILET ARTICLES ng, a largo number society aniTUnsIncss Chloride of Soda. For sale at A Faihionibi reaCOWGILL's Drug Store. RINDS OF LAtyPS, of whom had been indicted, sur until disease dethroned his prc-iPn- Skinflint's Christmas Gift...!,. D. Tkrll-i.-l Recitation, Murrell Roper Reading. iola Cook Recitation. ..Lula JIcDaniel Prize Poem, Closing Addrcas,... wni.H. Cook All friends and patrons of the bcIioo! are respectfully invited to attend, andthoe to placu anything on the .''Tree," will please communicate with the'follow-in- jj J committee.-, wir-hm- j Fannie McDaniel , shoes for Men, can be found only at aud 3Irs. Clara Thomas, performed parts excellently well, while Plant's. Alloldundcr aguarantte. their Mr. Ed. Iloen ,iu the- role , of low, ,. . Fc: hti Ivkfaii Sails comedian IS spicumtl, aiKl equal II " Overcoats. to tho best a erajre iirniessiouai II " talent. This home club excited "Slirw... II i I " The Godshaw & Plant and W. L. :o:sr SPOEiTiBD ever placed on our counters. "We have taken great pains in seleotimj our goods, and as they were all bought before the recent advance, we can give extraordinary low bargains. We especially invite the ladies to see our stock of the surprise and admiration of the audience, and it is to bo hoped that they will keep up their organization. " " a nice Stylish Hat, and.for low price?, stop at J. Amdebo's Soxs. decll at CLOAKS, JERSEYS, AT A HEAVY DISCOUNT, TRIMMINGS, novo It iea in or-le- r OYSTERS! J. AMBEEG'S SOISTS. ok j mum i wi m m all pih, J. W. COWGILL, SSAIiBS IM Wntrh-make- r, pro-Tidin- ,.i.o,..i tk .... 1 Watch-mnke- r, ,., STEPHENS & MAXWELL. DRUGS, Trusses AND C AUosisal gcppcrii Watch-make- r, 3DK,TJOC3-ISrr4LL I an:d iPAIISTT S -- A.ro V s0ubjbwxt at bcckxkk axd judge;. Willis L. Ringo, of Clinton, causing tho last years of his rendered the fight and were fined son, to life be passed in the State Asy f in the aggregate 810,000. lums for the insane. Death was, Diamond Ear Rinjrs, Diamond Rings, asaortmentof Gold Rings, Necklaces, Lace Pini, Bracelet, &c Goods guaranteed to W be a repreaented. high-toned, perhaps, a kind deliverance to the r uauie, ueuuemen ror .1! the New Store of generous, noble heartMas. ed Dick Reid. T ! Don't forget that Salmon's & Haas' Hog Choiera remedies arc guaranteed to . . . stop the Cholera among hogs and Children, at them from taking it, or monev and keep refunded, RIGHT Gardner. &c., &C., &c. IlfcM"TMWWvSsawtfiifc5SEMFisi &c, &c, &c. BOORS AND STATIONERY. AGENTS FOE THE E. T. by IPrescriptions P If filled at any hour, day or night. King night bell after 10 o'clo. k J.W.COWGILL, Druggist. ItucUk-n's dontIeaTthis But ! Christmas week is to bo merry and joyous in Hickman judging 4 assistant clerk of the last Legislature, is preparing a Manual for the ase of the General Assembly. Mr. Ringo is well versed in stand ard parliamentary law, and the work will be of great value to new mefhbers. We always thought that Willis Ringo was bound to distinguish himself. We acknowledge the courtesy of an invitation to tho marriage of Mr. Marvin C.Millet, of Owens- boro. to Miss Annie Brister, of Rnssellville, at the latter place. Mr. Millet is a genial, warm hearted gentleman and true friend, and the Courier extends him its heartiest congratulations. May they live long and prosper. When the "character" of Elder Finley Bynnin was called iu the Annual Conference at Padueah, without a vote, tho Confer-n- c reported, "there is and never hM been anything against him." A grand tribute to a graud old christian minister. Yon Do, Be Careful. dramatic company ib to give an- Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, and Eruptions, and post IIow pleasing is the 'mystery other entertainment, with entire Corns, curesall Skin no Files, or change of programme; tho musi- lively piy required. It which wraps the youthful mind in cal operetta by satisfaction, Daisy Castleman's is guaranteed to give perfect 25 all the charming stories of Santa class; tho exhibition by cents per Price or money refunded. Misses box. For Sale at MOORE & LANDRUMS Claus, and now the whole world is Allen and Ellison's school ; nuhappy in the mystery of preparing merous dinners, turkeys, presents, Spcclnl'rYotlcc. for the coming of the happiest u and tho Courier's little bird All persons indebted to the firm of & Drewry, will please come forward of the year. This year we are brings information ot a marriage, prepared to meet the wants and in which, however, there is au at an early day, and make settlement. Alexander Office at E. Collins' drug btore tastes of all customers. . Call and , &c. & Maxwell's old stand. sea-soBon-dura- If Cuts, The by the notes of preparation; the Bruises, HestSvlve in the world for Fever Sores, Ulcers, Salt Itheum, Arnica Mnlc. WHITE ST"K. L. Moore can be found at the Laclede House, to attend MACHINE IPHESCRIFTIOjSrS A. SPECIALTY. night SEWING calls. RELIABSaEi The old, popular and always reliable" Hardwarehouse of : nt I SPORTSffl, ATTEHTM see our lines ol kne Books, Stationery, Album's, Pictures. Toys, 'Vases, Games, Christmas 'Cards. Plush Goods, Dolls, Wagons. Hnhhv Hor ses, Drums, Card Cases, Paint Pictures, Chromos, OrderCaies, Toy Watches, Chains, Rings, and all the novelties of the season. J. W. COLE. Our immense an d to do SO. Toys ai cost. Btook of Tori"TOUst We offer l...m fwim While going his rounds, hns loft (as he always docs,) a large ami beautiful line of HATS, Jewelry and Notions, suitable for the holidays, at Mrs. Addie Jones' Millinery Bazaar. Be sure and give her a call, and you will find it a good investment, iu the way of a . boj present. REMB33BSa, SVISTTA. C0LA.TTS. BONDUIUXT & DREWRY. Hickman, Ky., Feb. 12. 1885. Is fair ly aplow with bright and beautiful Novelties, too numerous to mention Large IoU arriving almost daily by express- - A cordial invitation is extended to all to come and examine her large slock. A special Hue of Novelties in the wayof Hats and Bonnets, ready for the coming week. Has a splendid stock of the very best makes of all kinds of Hardware which are offered at "ftTRS. JONES' Millinery Bazaar 1V1 MJWKSIk and that the very lowest the market justifies. be exactly as represented. om I All goods guaranteed to Bold uaeuuraicftM. Plaut is selling ALL W'OQh FLANNEL Call atdhelect before they are picked over. at ldfc per yard. Full yard wide Domes$& s. tic, (heavy) nt oc per yard. Mookej4 LiJfnr.njr. thicl in the city of Hickman, Ky.. on Monday, the 4th day of January, 18S0, to elect a Mayor and six Councilman for 188C. By order of the Council. DeelS-td- e Ji. E. MILLET, C.XX An election will beheld at the City Hall, tHas now in stock all the new improved Notice. &tols Shotgun and The best roof for the least money. Experienced workmen employed. Powder, Shot, Shells, Wads, Gun Implements, Hunting Coats The attention of builders especially desired as this house will give spe2m xiuimets, antt Hunter's Gum Boots. These Goods will be sold at Snoeshat will compete with any other city in the country. Call and cial iaducements. Correspondence solicited. g&mmeibejbre buying. J? BREVARDi Breech-Loading H. !BTJOI3CL3NrA.3Xr " ROOFING. .. ; )V f &p ? w ,tn3& ' m a NU- - V. v, -- E7m m&zma r t- - -- tf r TrnrT "Mi -- "lim Utrwrr r 7 sk " -- .WW" f f? IT": - if JSi' '- ' ' 1 " - 'Bt FOR - ONLY! 1 - - 3S- -' "?" f 1 Mpti'b TTonw Winter Boots. Bier Reduction. Blankets, all rivovpnnts fit. rfiflllftfifl Dl'lCCS. Men's TTfiil.VV Snie r.4- lmwv tumpoc til An ovor in nru.nc in tlin fnl lmvino- fSnnriQ kinds, at a big Decline. Laclie's Dress Goods and Trimmings, at Greatly Reduced prices. Honesty is jtho best Policy. Come and sec. Having determined to close out the above lines of Goods, we offer Bargains which will be bound to please all. M T OH H. BUCHANAN. i'riiz BOOT o During tho yellow fever eni.in. dier over apprehended that he President Cleveland's remarks would be deprived of his pension, on the interesting subject of civil- - mic f 1S78, a lady named Neil re months Our esteemed contemporary or havo obstacles thrown in tho service reform show that ho is Biumg hi diunipuu, im mat "Wep not for licr Id the .pring time ibe fl.w Morton's Advance, noticed in the a robust believer hi this re- of drawing it, became thelstill Knt Unit where the wings of the eoul r nn- i fyit I Nashville papers that the peoplo pension furlM ; . WiUi, W"1- witii n ifiinnornt is. nnnn. w epidemic nerseir, uui not wishtho To that like a tr bejond etenlng't cold dew. bureau was placed under omy throughout - wv to And now, tho service. He of Troy had registered a charter Look radiantly down on the tears of Ibla world." to be built front tho supervision of an no Bontimeut more endanger the lives of her children, for a railroad thinks "there is (rnnprnl ... ...- -. , , Rives to Tiptonville via Troy and erate Secretary of the Interior, ew. ...... in ihp. mimls nf thfi iionnli' sent her two daughters to a friend Council Proceeding. is moved to say, ''and it seems he will have his miserivinirs dissi- - than a conviction of tho correct- - in the country. As is well rememHickmah, Ky., Dec. 10, 18S5. from this that onr Trojan friends nato.i1 liv reailinn- wW sWp.turv ness of the principle upon which bered, the fever spread, and rav -. r Tr t. in rr nivil.unrvion rn. aged a uirjro portion 01 mpt. Yesi Council Present, Councilxnen T have decided to cnt loose from Lamar says on this subjee . The llist 1ii -- V. llCSRCe. . Tho family having illOlDeBow, Case, Itainajre and Witting. f City in the matter of buildUnion w . . t m. e Mayor wing awent, children in ing the railroad." Oh, no, brother bestuepublicanintneortncouui. t of tIie subordinate public and when charge retreated north, Councilman Case was called toon mouon, the tho fever ended, and The minutes of the last meeting chair Morton, the people of Troy do not have spoken moro grateful positions throughout tho counwere not propose to do anything of the words to tho Union soldier than try." and it may be necessary to Mrs. Neal began to search for her read, approved and signed. kind. They desire a railroad and! TKEABUEEIt's REIOHT. amend it in the methods of its ex children, all trace of them was feel that it cannot be bnilt these: they ecution ; but ho ventures "to hope lost. As the neighborhood where The Treasurer presented his report for I know of no burden of govvrtthont the assistance of outside wo shall never bo remitted to she left them had been svept by November, nhicli, on motion, waa apernment that is more cheerfully thatsystem which distributes pub- tho plague, she supposed they proved. capitalists. Suppose tho people the the STKEET PAY BOLL. the borne than that offully inpension lic positions purely as the reward were dead, and finally gave up the were to grade and cros-tiall ef- of partisan service." system. I concur search in despair. It ip pears, On motion, ordered that checks be iwued road from Union City to Tiptonville, what nssnrance. havo you forts to demonstrate that it is uniSo much in favor of the law and however, that thoso carinj for the for the following street pay rolU; versally regarded as a noble- be- the reform. But it is not to bo children returned to Memphis, and Veek""cnding Oct. 31 .$69 22 that you cculd get' it ironed and neficence, and in the view that ' 7 25 00 Nov. effort was made tofind Mrs. mwloretnrwl t.hnt. tlin PrPRiilniit everv equipped? Maj. Sykes says ho ' 15 25 14 when well and cleanly administer contemplates a Democratic regime 'eil, but failing to hear from her. "i laid the project before the officials 40 25 " 23 purpose an d .:.,. .. KiiimnKoil that she. too. hid "crossi.i: of the N 0. & St. L. E. R , and ed it is noble in its diffusing ELECTION OF MAYOR AND COVNCIUIEX. good in its rosuUs, wthjstatoof in which Republi-- ! ed tho sable shore, and returned they declined even to consider tho On moiion, ordered that an election be ealth u continn0 to admh,ister to their homes m tho north. matter. If the above named com- liberal and just hand ho those held at the City Hall, on Monday, Jan. 4, Some weeks ago Mrs.Ncal, who 1880. to elect a Mayor and six Councilmen lhjJ snborc,iliato depaitments pany can be induced to assist in of a wealthy people among ,,.,. ,!,;,. was residiucr about fivomiles from for 18SC, and G. W. Stubblefield and W. L. who suffer from the strokes ofi e .. the work, Troy stands ready to ewbern, on the Dyersiurg road Gardner, arc appointed judges. to her utmost ability, war, and have become impover "nartv has been displaced bv the accoosw allowed. ished by its misfortunes. Irom a votes of the people, n tine nndiiiff ....... itdimcult. turourn asre ami with Union City. New Era. statement in the report of the point he speaks with a nlihnip?5 illfirmitV, to make a liv'llg, adver On motion, ordered that a check be The management of the X., C. commissioner it appears that the ;t bllliailUU IIIU uuc ui sucu Lan oireic, j.uuic uuv u. USUI! lOl that is &St. L. Railway know, and have amount of money paid as pensions his own significant and we quote thoso mj'Sterions diicnsations nue ol laoo, ror iu, ior mo rcpir o words Holly street. time and again proclaimed it, that does not .eoual the amount of in- 4fc"Tluuu tii rt innnrliit iAttiikii AO which everyone has expirienec but . t n On motion, Council adjourned. upon tne puouc t eui'bUterand iiiiLirjaiioiiiw iyUiniiuii;o for which no ,.,,,, and gu cm offer the only practicable extension of .terest paid It. E. MILLET, C.C. Attest, to the incurred during the war. So long Ucs go much of mot5ve tQ senti explanation. A copy of tho patheir road is from Hickman ,a per containing the athcrtisemeiit ST. LOUIS MARKET. :.""" ..." ;" ment and action,' it in uiguiauus oi Aiaurm iieiiti, aim I"8 ";"?"."""""" ' flllllll'l' exoee(is linlil tmhlin nflipinlc is not fair to fell into the hand ol her own nnntHIIMITMil TMH nf thence across the river to a rail that paid to the defenders of the important trusts responsible for daughter,who,in the metn time had WnEAT. No. 2, offered at 93c; bid 00c. goou cu-JIay. Strictly prime, $11.00; mixed, road connection. On this line, country, I think the complaint of the bad results in the performance married a gentleman !, exccssi vc pensions is not well' of their duties, and vet insist that cumstances, and was lnmg in St. $0.50 ; fancy choice. $12.50. rrnmn mr ft hiiu AHcc'cd n. vr - i4utu j aii in u iiiuii uit Cons.- White, o3r.a34c. founded. they shall rely in confidential and Lous- - She answered die adver- ni river at Hickman, they know! LIVE STOCK. important places upon the work tisement in person, and the meet- 1it- - hnvfi 11 miloK built smil n:iitl A Cattle. Good steer-?- $4.00 ta $5.00; Pt WT..UY nT ). C 4 n iia4 Alilf uiiuoi;u iuiiiciii f 4liillt n.i HW ' luuscmuoiiy MlirriAl $4 ocala orli lwr u,t for, and why ol.nnl.l o snncilitn who cau describe? They pass- - common. $3.50 tocows,00;$20.00 wagu, $1.50 in political afliliation, but so steep- to $55.00; From the LoufeTill Coramercial. moth- to $2.00; milch00 $11.00. ed here last Sunday, andthe railroad management offer special to million dollars is ed 111 partisan prejudico and ran- er has tho happiness of knowing veal cilvca. $3 A quarter of a .Mules 14 hands to 7 years, $S0.00 inducements to an extension that a large amount to be added to the cor that they have no loyalty to declining years will be to $85.00; 16 to 1G1 hands, 4 to 7 year, their chiefs and no desire for their that her by would virtually destroy this 11 wealth of a connty within two or those for whom she $150.00 to $175.00. reform cheered nllni f Ha nini nrnnarir in not. tlirn voat'Q TliiB . IE tllrt InnrPMSn success. nvnet tliia imp ilnoc if had suffered so much, and whom Horses. Heavy draft, $125.00 to $100; . . dnnc tint , r Ji $80.00 to $110.00; plugs, 1pinf WllICll It IS Claimed IiaS tieeil made ""'",. "V' "", ",r" " Kl,olmR mniimoilnfiiloiul fTHnlpv good driver,00. nntliiiiir nf tlin mnat ... :"- $15.00 to $40 suooruiiiaie County as the result of require uiai uiose in Lincoln Hogs. Butchers and packers paying and valuable river landing at Hick- - a single letter addressed - Direc- positions who fail vieldinsr their from S3.C0 to $3.S5. man on its line? The extension tor Procter, of the Kentucky Geo- best service, or who are incomperetained merely Excliziliii": (he 3Ioriuous. Ir- of this road, if it is ever made, logical Survey, to a gentleman in tent, should bo in HICKuIANMARKET. place. The president is evidentyuiB - because they are under any solid railroad encour- Switzerland. This is not an isolatdis-- ' sore puzzled uThe whining of a clerk over agement, will be made by crossing ed fact in the history of the office charged for indolence or incom-- ! question as the restthe ilomii Corn. Muee & Shaw are offeiinjc30o of by Mr. Procter. Such controlled and de- tho river at Hickman and running facts should be considered by tho potency, who, though he gained states it strongly and IAIV BBbu the car and 35c shelled, sacked farmers "'"rt- -' ltTered at depot. Some river 16 miles to a connection with tho legislature before it hesitates to his place by the worst possible when he says- - "llius is pr hare stopped sholling intending to wait oVa oeiter prices. Iron Mountain system, or down continue the appropriations need operation of spoils system, sud- - ed tho strange spectaclo repub' iorNew Orleans market paying from 44c entitled Thr. donJy discovers mat no ....... ...w VVI the river to the highlands of Mad iPii to maintain- tlin nffinoPrnptortft protection under theis sanction communityotprotected by ato which to 46c. ;". forthcoming-renorbeau form - government Mr .. . 4 .. rid Bend, and anv effort to divert'.will riVp. nno w!p:i nf of nnmifrnf ot reionii, represents they owe their allegiance, sustain- - Pobk. All offered goes readily at Jc. tIia the extension must bo at great jnuniTants drawn to Kentucky 'an idea no less absurd than the ing by their suffrages a principle! POSTAGE K.1TKS. cost-anburden to the local com- - directly through the influence of clamor ot tiie applicant wiio claims and a belief which sets at nangnt - that obligation of absolute obedi- his compeninanities seeking another route.! the Geological Survey. How many 'tho vacant position as questionable LETTERS. cuce to the law of the land which more new settlers may have been sation for tho most in the Letters are sent to any , Hickman influenced ii the fasci- law. ik " t in fnnmhit nn nf ronnbb- - United States at two cents each ounce; n . .i mirtv work. The ... ,. . - r l .i 'HuiH,icu ui jii.iiuuiwBaiUBi-,- 1 ""'. case is a drop lettew one cent. Under this head .um tiaingj without reporting that fact does not prevent tne discnargo ot can institutions." The naung argument ubuu, always ready in behalf of railroad to his office, can not be estimated, the indolent or incompetent clerk, serious one, and the partial failure anything wholly or partly written. NEWSrArKRS. enterprises, was induced one time 'The figures in this report may but it does prevent supplying his of the legislation enacted to meet Newgpaperi1, periodicals, exclusively in seem small when compared with place with the unfit party worker." it btrongly exhibits this fact. The to vote a heavy railroad tax on president assures congress of his print, mailed by , publishers, one cent a -- W nnnnlfi.J nml fnr this rpnn .UI? ",m"8."uo" l" "' Joru,flB" I V " readiness to approve any further pound. The Dying Emperor. by railroad may not ba allured into such in- - induced to sell, but itcompanies BOOKS, ETC. break up "polygamy it with land has been ofi mersuros.to The death wholvestments so readily a second the policy of tho Frankfort office Germany mayof the emperor oc- may see proper to enact, and he ly Books, circulars, and other matter ounce bo expected to in print, one cent for each two concludes by "recommending that time, bnt the extension from Hick to encourage only a any time His age and his a law bo passed to prevent tho or fraction thereof. immigration, such as will become cur at man, prevented by the general de MERCHANDISE. infirmities are bearing him down, importation of Mormons into tho All other matter, merchandise, &c, one pression of the past few years, is identified with the interests of tho and even the sturdy old Ilohen-zollcr- country." State and uso their influence to cent an ounce or fraction thereof. stock must yield to Time a certainty of the future, and any bring their former neighbors to if to no other conqueror. The Capt. Bill Clark, the newly railroad man of common sense join them. The quality of our in- cablegrams say that his condition , Pnllll. .lf,Mjt-1- l crease in population is of more is now desperate. iruULlllllOliVii (iiWUUIl.l( IinBhnnBt Saddlery aijd Harness will understand this statement. o event o c;,h llflg el(n:en chilurouan uirls. importance than the quantity. Ex- greater political importance cottiu ITn envc Mm InvflR fiml 1iitor tllG These is much discussion in cellent judgment has been shown occur m Europe than Ins decease. (levUuud lms ahvilV8 Voted tho manby Director Proctor in tho Hhe papers as to whethor the Re- - agement both of the Geological William and his great chancellor Ucmocratlc ticket T)lis is a PLUMMER & FARR1SS, have given the dynasty a new lease splendW pun can senate will confirm or Survey and the immigration office. record, and of hie. They ottered to Germany , opinion, should entitle him Jackson St., opposite Courier Office apreject President Cleveland's what it most nassionatelv louced ,. ,i.:. MICK MAX, - - - RY. pointments. Theutmost the ReWho is Responsible? for, tho undoubted, undisputed WELL Helected stock of Saddles and leadership of Europe Perhaps it publican Seuate can do would be rrom MayfieH Monitor. Harness. New work made to order. Two negroes, Gray Lindsay humanity if would to force the President to appoint Prompt attention given to Graves county is set down as a neither be better for William nor Bismarck had and ono Shannon, cot into a row 1SS5. By this others than those named, and of pauper county for ever lived icrnaps bedau was on tho Tennessee side ot muton, UE A B S O course his second, or third ap- it is meant that the State pays not a real triumph for Germany. Monday, when Lindsay shot Shanqut moro money for the expenses These men and shotgun, of any kind. He has secured the services pointees would bo Democrats. of Graves county than the county that war havo put non with a double-barre- l known and excellent workliterally blowing tho top of his of that well Bob Parriss, which of itself is One thing is certain the Senate pays taxes into the State treasury. back the clock. Were it not for man, Uncle them, the German republic might head off. a guarantee of good and faithful work. cannot force the President to put There is a causo for this disgrace be now almost in sight. The merapr24 The Hickman a Republican back in office or to to Graves fleunty. of a Tho enterprising firm of Faris says that Graves fell be- etricious glitter blinds tremendous matne a new Republican. During Courier the libertv-lovin- & Parker have blight a regular hind in the settlement of her ac- military success Teuton to the hidden con- omiiiuuH, iuur nurses, wmcu imiKes a greater portion of Hayes' Presi- counts 8 . The cause for all dency, the Democrats bad the this is found in tho fact that the sequences of the apparent facts. regular trips to and lioin trains, war was a besides their express and mail power to prevent confirmation, board of equalization of taxes re- The D. G. PAEK, dynastic ono for tho house of II hack. bmt they placed no obstacles In duced the assessed value of propas well as of Napoleon. erty iu Graves couutv from $4,142,-(50ATTORNEY AT fcAW, Who will say that Franco is not the kit way. to $3,409,182, which is $07:3,125 A collision occurred Tuesday de- - AT. 21 AY FIELD, on tho Georgia Pacific railroad, less than the people of the coun- freer and the strongest for her feat, and who will say that Ger- twenty miles from Atlanta, by In Active Practice SliiccJInrch, 1S77. The Uew York Herald makes ty, through the assessor, valued many, with her feudal survivals men of the an earne8tappeal to the south to their property at. This, at the and with her oppressive militarism, which thirteen with were killed.; WILL practice in all the counties Appelthe train dis-- First Judicial District, and in the rate of taxation now paid, would is the better for her victory? Tho The fault was sustain the president's views on reduce her taxes over $2,S00. patch er. late Courts of Kentucky. silver, and says the south has We havo not tho Standard's fig- republic would have followed tho eeptl8-l- y saore to lose ana win be more ures present, but as we remember siego of Berlin, just as logically as The Democracy have often been it follo'wed the leaguer of Paris. eeriortsly and lastingly injured by the amount which Graves county charged with blundering, and not EL A. & E. T. LER fell was $700. it will Tho Fulton Fultonian says: without good reason, but they are the disorder of finances than any beenbehind if the boardThus equaliATTORNEYS AT LAW, that of informed that the C, O. learning tho art of governing other part of the country. It has zation had let the people's own "We aro R. R., havo their survey- gracefully. They are a little more to gain from a 'sable and estimate of their property stand &. S. W. section surveying out a of practice, but they will soon out MCKXAir, - - - KENTUCKY. get ors in this to al1 business entrusted XTfLf-,attesound currency than any other Graves county would not have route from Harris Station through their hands in. V to their care. been a pauper. section, and southorn men of inUnion City and then tap the main Furniture Factory. Office Hon. John W. Daniels, a mem-he- r nov8.'78 lino at Obion. This change, if ought to see this and telligence to of lose no time iu moving their con- The President on The Tariff. mule, will be on great assistancethe beenof congress from Virginia, has nominated by tho democrats both sides of our peoplo gressmen to right action on the President Cleveland, in his ad- lino, in attending court. Many go of the legislature of that State to C. L. silver question. mirable message to Congress, says through to the county seat in succeed Mahone in congress. ATTORNEY Ar LAW bucriries on account ot tho changes in regard to tho tariff: Maj. John W. Daniel, who will The question of free trade is not to be made and tho time lost in The message favors a suspen Collector, Real Estate Agent sion of the 6ilvor coinage, as might HICKMAN, KT. BMoeed Mahone as United States involved, nor is there any occasion waiting for trains." have been expected from tho pre- Will attend promptly to all bnsl from Virginia, is a young for general discussion of the wissident's previous utterances on fg- entrusted him in Southwestert Thero is an epidemic of dom or expediency ef a protective saa scarcely 40 years old. His subject. $ aeM in a little settlement Keatacy n Northwestern Tennessee Justice and fairness dic- known as Boyle's Mill, in Obion the Special attention giyen to the inveatiga fetker and grandfather were each tate that in. any modification of now only two repre? tie of Land titles, and the purchase tho C, O. & There arc jadge of Virginia court of appeals, ou4presont laws relating to reve county, on tho line of . fian8 S. W. R. R. There have been six sentatives ot the colored race in sale of Real Estate. ad he is connected by blood with nue tho iudnstiiMnd interests or more doaths in tho past few days tho House of Representatives which have A.. F.AJRIS. Mtt of 'the old Virginia families. such laws, been ,8scouraged by several more are down with the Small, of South Carolina, and in Kah our citi disease. Tho result is usually O'Hara, of North Carolina. and zens have large investments, PHYSIC AN Af ID SIMEON, B.GkatzBkown, the candidate should not be rutahndv j,,jUred or suddenly fatal. The patient is KENTUCKY Dakotah and Wyoming will, HICKMAN, taken sick during the night and on the Greeley destroyed. for k morning. Many peo each apply for admission into ttit VFFERS his Professional Serrices to dies before This is the trueBtSocraticdoc- - ple are leaviugthe neighborhood. sisterhood ot otates ac tne prt ticket, died, at St. Louis, Sunday citizens of Hickman and yicinity. I f the- tan r, tnue on tho subject; sent session ot uongress. Jut. janio- ov Paducau standard. -- IHS mSSMS COURIER, Tf any crippled ix-TJui- sol- The Main Question. f ftlrangvr than Fiction. DIED, At die residence of D. W. Dickinron, only child of R. P. Nov. 30, 1S85, and Mary Andrews, aged 7 years and 3 ITro!!"TJl,i,e ---w . de-wa- y Isw lifiif , Stable. KENTUCKY, FASHIONABLE (Corner of Jackson and Kentucky Streets,) . " - HICKMAN, fj XEK.U3 reason aoie. iairoiiB(?e soucueu. - SHOP. North Weal corner ol Moscow and Trojr Arenoes, East Hickman, Xj., v aaiisiacucn guaranieea. noil, rnuum BARTER J. to his April. - .. I " I -- TUST OPENED, with new ISTOCK, opt and out. fine, stylish RIGS ior hire. THE GR0CERY- - W. G. KINGMAN. MR. oct30-18- 85 e - QaldTOeU's . Ske2 31. 4, 3L MOKTG031ERT, friends and Ibt publit that he baa opened a new and frtsk inppl; of all kinds of Familt Grocikies, wbiek be will sell ns low as the lowest. He is ready at all times to exchange Groceries at cash prices for Butter, Eggs, Chickens, 'sr any kind of marketing that the farming friends may bring in. Tbe highest nara ket price always paid. J. M. MONTGOMERY BRO. . ' , t'g I e, j ,., i The Fall Session will commence MONDAY, AUGUST And Continuing Four Months. 1885, 1886, SALE AND LIVERY STABLE ... ....! ! Spring Session Commences Faris & !" in- MONDAY. JANUARY Continuing Five Months. The course of etudy. including thorough primary work in English branene. Ma'h matics, Latin, Greek, German, the Natural Sciences, Elocution, Penmanship, Music, Urawiii and Calislhenics. Especial attention is detoted to the preparation of students for college, and yonng men for buiinesa. Book-Keeping, . i t 51 ; HORSES, BUGGIES and HACKS. Having purchased tht stable, herssa and entire outfit of W. B. Plutamer we propose to continue tbe business, and solicit patronage KEEPS sale KENTUCKY STREET, constantly on haad fo bir Parker, - nliOT-tr- n j 11 - W. TUITION: Primary Pupils Intermediate Advanced per DIESTELBRINK fm ! -- - Family Groceries. 53 00 -- -- " l" 4l.j-n- r , 4 " month " " ov JJJJ PAYABLE MOMTIIIiY IX ADVANCE. 3m 1 "--"- 'T '........ Civil-servic- e Hickman, Ky., Aug. 7, 1885. MART CALDWELL. B. C. CALDWELL, to show goods, andome and see, at tat earner af Troj and Moscow Avenue. East Hiekmrn, Ej space NOtrouble to name all articles, bnt so ":-;"- 111 K- 111 ?AHILY IfROCER? uBL . CASE & MILLET. H. C. AH (DAVIS OLD STAND.) kinds of JUDGE, es ' .- w -- i t civii-servic- o .. j - - i d tj self-sustainin- g Grocers, HICKMAN KENTtTCKY. STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES sually kept In a first-claprices. FANCY CAXD1E8, om JIINCE-JIEAAT, bouse, at bot TEAB, FICKLES 110M1NY, CRANBERRIES, GRITS ; ' post-offic- e civil-servic- o .--- 5 TC Sugar, Coffees, Soaps; Ac. JC 3C tSyWillnotbe undersold Will pay fall price for Buttsr, Eggs, &o f, t ! HERTWECK, BALTZER MANUPACTURER80P .& CO. FOR NASHVILLE, n v I 11 j s DRUGS, Chattanooga Atlanta, Florida n Hickman, Kentucky. Take the i A r I I THiE OLD RELIABLE CHAS. A. HOLOOMBE, -- N, C & t The C. B'j. DEALER I . .-- - g Professional ards HHNB, TAINTS AND DM-flUH- l Franco-Prussia- n IS xc PRESCRIPTIONS -- CARh Fdxli COMPOUNBMDl FAVORITE Call on nearest Ticket Agent Or Address W. R. aI 7 J. W- - BOGJEHS, HOW TO SAVE JJONEY We are Wholesale Headquarters for al grades of CESWIS, SM0SiS& TOBACCO GROCERIES ANl JtKn, Pass. I and CISASS G. P. & T. A., Nashville, Ten. FRITZ. HELLNEB, T. Agt., Hickman. W. Aft., Dallas, Tex., et L, DAISLBY. Ti Fresh. Meats, Delivered to all parts of the city and oct30 burbs. su- sod will job to dealers only at Factory prices; also the -- talil Scotch and Snterior Scotc. Snuff, HANDLE. F. E. CASE, DEALER IS the best in the market. We also keep constantly oo hand a choice selection of FAMILY GROCERIES, CONFECTIONERIES, AND FRUITS, whick we will sell very low for the cash Please call and see us. J HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS :? HICKMAir, KT. DIAXIft 1 Family erally. gain. Groceries; all'kind at a bar UIUA & DeBOW. LOWER and LOWER. Allkindi of Groceries hams, sides, &c as ektap ae the cheapest. I will not be uaderiold. jqhn WITTiNG. Italian and Aksrican Makbls MONUMENTS, TOMB AXD G1AV1 tMtr ASD ALSO, Seines, Lines, Hooks, and Nets, of Wishing Tackle and Supplies, me-ninge- tis Groceries and Family Supplies gen HAYING sj-ste- let ef Aae Italian Marble, I an pr pared to fill all orders. Call and exa r work. Orders frea tht cesatry preaptlr mi ay STONES. received a Use 28 557a.. -- CSrtceriei. 25 cts Lower I have no -- than the Lowes FETHFSJJALOON. A FRBHJ81ER constantly oa tap. Tobacce, of the best brands. PatrMt solicited. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. Vice-Preside- nt - - -- Vi ' clerk expensss bo store ren and pay cash for all my Groceries, and herefore can sell aa cheap as the cheap st. Best brands of Wittenberg and Lon t.ar Flour, 25 cents cheaper than the lew JOHN WITTING. rUASAHT RESORT. ONE SUBURBAN RESIDENCE, abea Acres), Six Soeau. Two Cia aa terns, Good Well, 8priK, StaWes, Orchard . Apply t. to -- bot 14-- tf mayll886-6-m Hickaan, Kj. N BLHf -- Yl , y ' tt I - ,f 3: . '.7Pi i Al-S- i hT i- - ,- -: i' r. r-- Xis . tf V tfUBr. f J