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D; ?- - ea Street, next door to CUt HalL QEORGE "WARREN, Editor. Xlio Oldcxt NcwHjMipoliiWcste Y vr3 rn Kentnckv. ixgrvix-A.TioN's- . PK1CE OF SUBSCRIPTION CURRENT TOPICS. 810. ESTABLISHED MYSTERIOUS DEATH, A 18S9. HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KJNJgJK Y TERRIBLE FRIGHT. Hundred llenmc-- 11 DAY. JANUARY DEATH. ETC., ETC. 1. 1886. VOL. XXI K0. A How 13. j Arvx era -- " The Empress of China is learning how to agitation Las spread t The Canada. The population of Paris has decreased 115,000 in fouryeais. The heir to the throne of Holland is a weakly child not yet hi its teens. London correspondents all dwell upon the large number of Americans in thatcity. Wilkie Collins, new in fall health, has returned lo Loudon, there to pass a busy winter. Uobinson Cucsoe has just had a erected to his memory at Largo, Scotland. Is a siugle province yf Russia three thousand operatives are employed making accordions. tiKnwiy Boom has never seen any one pIayfIEmTettnvV,as a he saw. bis father. Prince Alexander's court is simply a military household where ceremony is e thought of. A party of school teachers left Chicago, a few days ago, on an excuraiou to the New Orleans Exposition. Tuci.e are 110 policeman in Central Park. New York, and more than half of them are tin trial for various charges A telephone liue has been run to tte Vauueibilt vault for the couveuieuce of the guauls who are on watch there. Theee are some $10,000 still wanting to put the Bartholdi Statue of Liberty the World on its pedestal. Since Pasteur's discovery of a cure for hydrophobia, the number of persons bitten by mad dogs seems to be increasing liEoucc lUxcnorT, the historian, is the only private citizen uho has been given the nght to the floor of Congress, at all times. A mvn of San Diego, Cal., h.ts written a pamphlet to prove that the earth is in imminent danger of a second deluge in IS'Ji. M. AnoLru Di'EchEt:, at present Vica , Piesiiieiit of Switzerland, has been elected President for the jear lscft lie i a anti-saloo- lor. Three n Sensation Created at 'Omaha, Neb. ken People in Around a mazing r.inic-St- ri fe; aA. HOE It ID A CITY IN FLAMES, . . 4in..t)AiMil nil lit VlncenueA ikn i. ns ii?tiriu uHHdi,""" ... Ind.-Te- THE COMMONWEALTH. I.ouUtlllr I.raf Tobacco Murker. There has lieen considerable interest attracted to the market for dark nnd heavy styles by the contest between a Xew York combination and the buyer for the Spanish contractor for the purchase of dark and heavy lugs and common to low medium leaf. Tho competition has been brisk at times, with alternating lulls, but no reaction has occurred from the advance, which places those grades SlfcU 75 higher than tr prices of December 1. As the details of the matter are understood, tho Spanish con tractor is said to be behind about .0tX) hogsheads in the supply for his January tender, and the combination control about that quantity, which represents practically the entire visible suiiiily Thev are, therefore, willing to accommodate the cujitractor by transferring him this stock, but if he refuses to see the point they want lo make him pay big prices for what he New-Yor-k PRESIDENTIAL "BOOM." rre Cliilstnins-Tre- e 100 15 lluined. Umevco. I ully mouu--sent- - ia. irlLr. lit-ti- S llad-ica- !. The total number of varieties of grapes now raised in this country U not far from 1X0. and new ones are appearing every ' year. Ouveb Wendell Hojjies has coined a fresh word, "gynephobia,' to cover tho case of men who have "a constitutional horror of women." Tue Pope, who is an expert Latin versifier, has just presented lVincc Jiismarck v ith an elegant bound copy of his, latest volume of poeius. Candidc, the Philadelphia tenor singer whom the Germans call Coudedoos, has Iteca hired to sing sixty-fivweeks m Now York at $1,000 EurEUOi: William will on the 3d of January next, should he live, celebrate tho t wenty-fiftauuiversury of his secession to the throne of Prussia. CotNT ie Lcgital, a nobleman, rjjed twenty-six- , hat been married to a widow of eT$uty-twHer fortune is. val e h o. jji ued - at 'J,Ol),(KX) francs? i i- iuaV'AJ.ucinrrr.Thv-as-iwrJeli'thjrrii- ' :ris",,curijf uiau, uuiuall anc in America a S Christmas present and bavo had i 10,1300,000 left. The original "old Black Joe" is dead, at the venerable age odd?. But the song will be older thau that before the last ot it u he a ixl at the miu&trels. of clothes-piThere is a arrangement coming from Paris that iuak artificial dimples in the girl of the penod'i cheeks after one application Jin. GnLKDYiemarks in the A'eio J or Mail and Express, that many a hired gir' ha more credit among tradespeople and modistes than her mistress. TiiutE arc indications of a revival of the craze at the orth. s,ud there ar fanners who hope that they can manufacture their own "sweetening." Chano, the Chinese giant, has lost 0 which he made with Barnuni. investing in an Australian coal mine. Ho now heaves all hi? size when he thinks of it. is absolutely impossible,' said Lord P.osebery in a recent address in Scotland, "that in the futnro war could ever take place between the United States uud 'j-sr- n A tugar-makin- g i:J3,-C0- 'It Cng-land- ." Socth Dakota pursues the Michigan plan of getting into the Union. But because tho forcing process was once surivs.-fu- l it nccesary to suppose that it will succeed in this case. UijiMEr.ri) goM-tocanes are taking the tilacs of the silver tipped ones nmong Bean Brwjrmells, but it is also well to bear in remind these deceptive days that "all i not int p told that glitters' Tiic late Marshal Serrano. .f Spain during his political career saw cigbty.four chances of ministry in that country, forty rebll'ons and twelve chang-- - in the lnad of the. State jewelry in the United State. He commenced htisinew at Iewai k. N. J . a Mint - now 1795. The liu'iiK-Si- i timattil at 1 i- '.Eri,ii!ii Hiv-nvi.- E was the firt uianu-far.tv-oro- f gJOjOQu.e&lannnaMy. . In Philalph'a the Siipeiinteiideni ol the Electrical Depnitinent give-- , notice wire will Indent if not re that iiiovctl, in" acvoi dance with law, on or be fore January 1 next. A roisTUMT of Cloopaira. paint id oi itone, is Dffeitu ib vale at the modest figui-- of J"X",fXX). The painling dates froiV the time of Augultiw, and i.a taken frour the Villa of Hadrian. Is.tlci; treatment f.r the cureof hy diopLobla - lucctiiicr w,th kuccvsn and tk. girat scientist is receiving patient-- , suffer iug fixini the dreadful malady Ironi all sec Uouuof theiivilizel world. Arrci: a lspe of many eav it ha transpired tb.t the etatc of Tunddeu: Stevins remains unset tied. Every no turns up or jlhik and then tome new new- relative appear? for a slice. Set ii Kin man, the famous aud vcuerabU California huuter, has sjtent the past thntj jeari'i'ii mauufarturiiig eihoin cbaiis foi kuccessive Presidents, and is now prepannp cue for Grover Cleveland, but most of the incumbents bavo lieen sufficiently satt..fie with the Presidential chair. Asnauout, chief of tho Sitka Indians, is having a caue carved to pivent toPresi dent Cleveland Tho wood is o.f yellow cedar, a most durable and K?autiful woo peculiarto Alaska, aud the designs to b caned upon it will bclegcu laiy imilatiou: of the idols worshiped by the devout of hit peopi;. A st'ir brought by Spiritualists against he town of Randolph, Vt, to obtain a share of the town's money Tor tho support oLthe Gospel, has beendtrided in favor ol the town by the Supieme Ccurt. Ted Japanese proposo to establish a f o.tal banking ste:u to wceivo deposits :n smull amounts from etnd:nts and pupils of the public schools Tlu idea is to habits ot thrift aud economy in be.y wag. that it will cost the Ca. It ib iaOili GorerBBieat 100,fO to rcimburs tkaueetrsaadsaloou-kteperswhobUia d tfctlr liirfw andw Uf pqiiniue liquoa ct, ifhUk Ik Prirj Cwtmmi hu over-hea- d e i-- ertut;J o dclr J. London, December A dispatch from CUT HER INFANT'S THROAT. Ponty Pridd. Wales, repoits that a tcrri-- ! A dottier lteports rii.it a (at Kiltid Her which he gave. ively enrared. and bv his coolness. ble colliery explosion has occurred at the T. Walker, ChiM, but thr I'ttdenee Points t Hnpkmsvilte. W. injured whilea photo bravery and skill, he rendered most Feindnle Pit, near there, and that four bun grapher. was fatally to sigual and important services to A later clidred miners are entoinS.ed P.pi un piiu. Demliei huge cat ing urrest for grand lareeuy. Vt the sami the arinv. At Guilfonl the desperate patch says that telve dead bodies have be-- i charge of tho American troops, which old child place Win. Caldwell tnn-- (ireen Steveus taken out. nnd Unity miners Imve tore tue ilnoat of 3 beea rescued, more or less injured The ei Mr- turned the scale of victor' in their favor, nnie liiskiuicof No. Ui Wet through the neck with a pickaxe, killing remainder of those who were in the mine was ordered at his suggestion, which .;L :ieet ir the middle qf the night. h:in. are at the time ot the exils.i-iMr- Tur safe of Judgj Jewell, of Lexington, was communicated to General Green lan.nis arose this niorn- xidThe Hi lieved to be safe I' i!d was i through Major Anderson, and the plan dead in its bed. was rublHil of its cash contents Tracks in upper of ii, t occurred in the . seams There were TI0 men m ii. uu. of firing Fort Mott. which was success'.wn Tlie animal was allowed tbe mud at the back door of the office I, catch miif. During tho the time of the explosion Tt 'ici 1. ' with thelnmLs of Clyde Chnrle.a fully adopted, and which occasioned i.e.; teros the flieir from the were in the lower seam others 's. nJt. , it oungman of Toledo. O. nnd he was, artlioimmediate surrender of that fort list would have been mu It large and Mr- - (ftskins nnse arni ojiened rested for burglary. by the British, originated exclusively least fifty, men weie killed m the ' Hour, but did not then disi"r seam, nnd scores were terribly btiru with him. In the disastrous battle of tl. Ind attacked the child. Ml. The Kentucky and Indiana bridge at injuieu were carried to places ot sa l,as' os tue mother, has lieen ar-- Louisville will be finished by April 1. Camden he was foremost by the side of w tn their more iortunate harte of murdering the child Do Kalb when that brave ofiicer fell. not been uuit lli" !ate,t d.spatil rcc ( 11 ii iifMMi was lounu upon tuo At Roekfield, J. C. France, a few days In the siege of '96 tho immortal J m the Ferndale pit sav (Let he 'hat .lie floor of an outhouse ngo.had a leg broken b) a kick from a hore was his and served been resi ued. sven of wbum me t d. '.bat a I !uod knife was Un anstmas day. while curelessly exam-iufully burued that tbf ma die isfrete.! ill the nuthouse, and that under him for awhile. The noble cona pistol, ho was shot and killed. nil i the clild's. throat seems ti Ihj duct of this brave Pole was the fond tier ban tchhve lieen produced by A little son of Mr. Jack Meader. of TRICHINOSIS theme of his praise and admiration irg ..f lawi, are held In tho police Franklin, aged nine "months, turned a ket through life. He entered the army at crl,Uiy nl A tlevcbtud I'.innli i.eaih to .he faet tunt the child- tie of boiling water over on himself, which the commencement of the revolution. rdi n .j An .nquest w ill be hold tuletting lt4w Hani caused hi.s death. :tcd continued with it, engaged in CHARITY. ClEVLLM. O De. ember ' THE PRESIDENT'S actual service, until the close of tho Million. Guovrs died at his home in the Kured i th llv of Geoige Treaty VItfi Venezuela. eastern part of Simpson County, the other How He spent IIU alonej While Gmrruur war. Woltman A: Kore',1 o r r t ir - A treaty t s Late Characteristic Incident. 'During the contest he made hut morning. Ho wa., one of the oldest men in ers. have for the as t n J s I FNi, n luded w ith Venezuela of the county, home. He married early; had sons vi ral considerable raw baui being over ninety years of age. President Cleveland is worth about L'civst ij a large number of claim- the father and tw... b.ulun $100,000, and he owes considerable and daughters, the most of whom he Cut-J- . K of Dauville. shipped OiJ a and other parts of the a neculiur si. i,ness lived to tee begirt with glowing infancy. as a Christ as present to Cd W. LaKue real estate in Butl.tlc. which is fast He possessed a heart full of kiudness--, oudltioi Mr Kore'l t ,ast .he President gave notice of its one of the Commissioners, of the jrrowiujr in erious. but the raw melt wasi altie. He made about Jnpici"ii in his message It was Thomas, Ht I.e.tingtoii. associated by him with his ill six inagnificnt $'25,000 a year at his practice before he and a temper almost proof against ..a- tue tstnte lieiwrtment on Lsyluiu oVi.tTTBf'swa f sstrUjf UIi.ioom anger. He was respected in all the rc-leliinuius caie. u5id. ffallHiitly Lfeferasflsfis&act.. jiiuiiiiui; ZMS.S.,JHiim nalplatd bsfrv awans. Thr nrietvtos-rjji.-tlil.ir.KlKd. p.'it jusi oeioi-- anjiiuniiurm uaui iui fons of liia life. Ho was born im ic am! to this coui.ty, wbre Le tvsided until- in with n stick in hand, pioceeded wuy me cameluriuuiu a phsirian was it s in,;, .r,iuim-- Kiion, aiinouco natural- - rgot iutoTioiftics. - Ho is not an extrav ill, uud Ins, v.heraalic'uts was discovcied t)V ile10 investigate ice leason lor a new mixed commission of ts have expressed the opinion that thev agant niau In an- of his tastes, and has Frederick County, but for thirty years ted hat He at once tecuve. when l.e fled, going to Trenton, j animal staid under the water so much le mbf rs to lnret in Washington. as CyMiK.- - lirriM, He is now an old mau'iuid the father ot ' He crossed a verrov plank budge over was. and lnouired what tle never been so. He had a class of cases previous to his "death resided in Allefiller is to be named by each Gi.v- - should lie clas-e- d been eutitiff lhe brought In! the basin, near the wall, and becsn prod qu.tea laige family are to choose a third. The) will probably beset afloat on the lake at Buffalo which paid well, aud he was gany county, where he died January 8, and these ding and splash ng around with the stick the ham. which w is suLixntted 1S38. aged eighty-three.he) can not agree, the Russian or or jKind connected with the asylum The .tenee f .i,niil ritsiomv scouical examiimtion often the counsel for corporations in in se.--i li s Minister at nshington upon grounds. The stone also contains the following: Ternbic Lamp Explosion. on the "lass cutitatnfd l idaced He bail the pleasure of discoveiof the Miuister of Venezuela big cises. While he was Governor or "Also S3cred to the memory of Marof trichina spiralis rhel PiTTsDt::cii, Pv , Dcceniber 27 Mrs ing it qnickei fian he expected, and the moie Si it fur ?i"i.(X.i damages has been entered New York he gave away the whole of Jstate Department, is to name garet Lamar, his wife. She was beaie thot child opj ortunilj. of looking, for the first tune attending these cases headache. Baibara Meyers and her rd ihe eonimision is to tm - against the Kentucky Central Railroad b his salary in charity, save that which his life, down into the homd depths trichinosis, diarrhea, tie e idem e before the former com- Luureun Watts. Theplnintiff is the wife f he used "for his personal expenses and loved and esteemed b- all who knew la,t if n liTirnTint tniit' initu TIia died injuries troui itlnnicr and sharp pains in themiisclesotj 11 and t.. take such additional evi her for the many virtues that adorned Watts, ths engineer who was Killed for the support of his mother. I have 1. igbtbj the explosion of a lamp which the pMst became angered, his large head The diseasehad made such prosr' Ins the .nrious parties in interest her character. She died universally the room, liobbed up from the surface of the water the puvsiciau was summoned thj little one, wlio was il moneys now m the Statu in the accident near Lexiugton on the l"th Resent seen many instances of his charity. One lamented, March 17, 1821, aged fifty-foupset. Almost instant!) theio at a point where it effectually cut teimination is gravely apprehem inent ami all that may be paid uu- of September last, and it is for his death night I wits with him in his private ue keeper ' was an explosion, which scattered the 011 iweejKT uyi ne s reireai years." as that the damages are claimed. tir-- awards ai-to oe liisiru-uieat the Albany Capitol. It was aftbinning fluid ovei tho room, the flames saw this dismay and. what was wom the j THE DEAD MINER! Secretary Lamar is descended from a t n missioiier may direct Gi.ni.t.F Div, of Simpson County, wuddhng ovci to- enveloping the o.othcrand child In her laig beast was tlow-ler he had been elected President. He branch of the old Maryland Lxmar ward htm with jaws wide There second Mrs Me or. to commit snicide the other morn liih. wiuduw. and. jumped from a ternbly only ono avenue of escapeopen to the wfs A Shaft to lie Sunk Out Tlirir was opening his mail, and many of the Bounty to Sildiers. relative Iiesides Iwing left story mi Wlierrabonls in Hie lliocked ing He went up in his stable loft, tied one letters contained requests for alms. I family, and is a distantWilliam of the piisoned keeper c. narrow eight-fobuiiied, I'veived injuries which resulted ladder d Lamar. Colonel Tlie 111S.1.T' v. December 2. Wn KEsjj.Wi'iE, Pa , December C end of a bridle rem to an upper jist and saw Governor Cleveland answer fully a her death this morning The baby, who on the wall on tL" side of the basin, and Colonel Lamar left an immense landed fc Second t'omjitroller relative to the the other end around his peek furthei discussion and consultatu was burned almost to a csisp.died daring this he mounted The hippopotamus did half dozen of them Iry inclosing live, Pennsylticni of b'i'int) to soldiers discharged swung off his son not drop the siege. however a He engineers at Nanticoko the came on th' scene and ten and at one time a twenty'dollar estate in Maryland, adjoining the Highland both were buried this vania, near Bedford. Chicago Herald. ""pro aotion. as published, has been succeeded in untying the hangman's, moved over t watd the ladder and finally decided to sink n new ska kuot kept Ins montj open for Mr Brne to the liuudcrs'.nid. and many letters basetl before any serious damage w us done. He bill in an envelope with a kind word, a at surface point IOOK llltO called RalteH nn r .RllwriV, . Im a .....-- . ,..,.. .., ,. The keeper ..... ., lustily. , for rectlv nbovo where the bo! of the seoiie of the was not strong enough to hold his father and sending it to the beggar. One " WM,r.Mw. ... .",. MILITARY PROFESSORS. case was especially touching. It was at the 1. -- A hrte r.tss j .isioti ore being received DrmoiT. Kast Afler can;. fllIJ0UsIy two the buried miners oc are suppose Department. The acting Scond up. however, and the latter fell to the floor that of an old man" in Southern New How n Certain Class of Colleges Impose ue iui.s sunit win 75 feet about special from Lennox ,avs James Giegg. hours the alter., on of un under keeper in anil Comptroller decided that the word 'dis of the loft, rolled through a hole, and lost his to upon tbe Government and Obtain Ina well to do fanner, and his son this morn- - tho elephant hou-- was attracted, and vig- - sink, will take from fourlapid work The charged ' has the same meaning and should lnnded on the first floor of the building, a York, who had ganlen-pate- horse by death. even with the most of a farm, He had a little orou' ethoc's v. ere made to coax the am excavatingof the blockaded gnngwny fiom receive the same intcrpretat.ini in the act distance of about eight feet. He- wn struction by Misrepresenting Their Conelum-and their horse nig were driving to and this horse was his sole means of Pinnllv the the foot of the slope the , ditions. bnlfce while on ihe iailrad track Be- - mal over tovaids lured bars. fiom is being steadily car as in the general order-- and that u soldier bruised, bui his injuries will not nechippopotamus r ins vicawaj making a livelihood, upon it. He had could cet away an approaching tim with who was discharged for promotion wns The law authorizing tho detail of arteni. ".:ig morsels of food and the ned on day and night, but it is a verv essarily result seriousl-- , passenger tram . truck the father, who was caged kocperVioo h.s escape raised some money by contributions and months will elapse befoietko 'honorably discharged" within th mean-inmy officers to act as professors of tactics of Genera' Order lo. aud that Bule J of A tew days ago a distressing accident trying to lilt tho buggy off the track, and mine is cleared Prayers were offered this from his neighbors, b'ut still lacked a eulvei anil through a thi w hira omorning in every church throughout the the rules and regulations adopted by tho occurred at Spring Hill. Hickman County. enough by twenty dollar to buy the and military science in colleges, react of April A IORNING FIRE, fence, breaking a leg and otherw ise injur Wyoming Yallo foi the uufoitunate men account ins: officers under the Mrs. Press Berry's clothing caught firs quires that any institution to which horse which was to serve as the sup22, l.s?i. be rescinded. nig htm so that he died lieforo help anived. while she was taking ashes from the hearthd the buggy and In Which Three Children Were lturiied port of himself and his His sou was thrown from such a detail is made shall have the caDOUBLE FATALITY. j j TERRIBLE Very Narrowly Ksrapcd. and stone. In her pain she ran wild!) into the wife. Some of the neighbors heard of pacity to educate simultaneously one Lad his hip dislocated Fatal Elevator Accident. New Yor.?, Lvember25 Piresluitedat One Man Chopped to Pieces by M jchlucrv yard, where, fanned by tho winds, her Cleveland's charity, and had suggested tS- .- Peter B. N Y. Dmmu. New Comet Discovered by Prof. Brooks. an ear.y tl ' ieoiningin a two story frame clothiug was burned entirely off and her that ho write to him and ak him to hundred and fifty male students. Deand Another falls Dead at the ReHowell. Supervising Architect at the inTearful s,peC(.Pra one Hundred and Forty- - j body frigbtfulh burned. No one was about help him. From the tenor of the letter tails are now ..made to thirty-seve- n KociT-sTniN Y. Pecembor i7 Piof. dwelling New Yokk, Decembei ik Joseph Walsh formatory, was killed this afternoon while the pines;- at the time, and a neighbor passnear, streistitutions; but of them havo Swift of the Warner Observatory in tbU sixth you could see that the old man was v ' It i was owned by ' went into the Hi ooklyn sugar refinery ves riding on the freight elevator. H had ing accidental!) saw her aud went to her very proud of its composition and not one hundred and fifty male pupils, a telegram from road, city, last evening . by terday afternoon, and while looking at reached the top floor, and atrmpted to relief, Daniel and sin but onl a few moments before in- handwriting. Prof. Brooh,,, of Phelps, announcing the Patrice Pr. He said that he had and many have not even seventy-fivstep off lefore the elevator stopjied. when and cy,, macu,ncn feU discovery of another comei it is in the iiants wew. .,, fed his lamily.fu-- rheoccu and the sensibility came. Sh" died in a ver short written it himself, with his own hand, Out of the whole number only twelve to he was caught bet ween the MfMI she stalled. cqiiila. whi'h in the They were of carriage. HisKidv was cut almost in two time. She was accounted a most excellent and the appeal throughout wa that of have an attendance of one hundred and mill smoke pour- - OML. OI the envn ar eniiy evening is low ii: the southwest The ing" into 'he..'rened bv the smoke was j.nd was chop, id to pieces. The and dropped forty feet. Mr. Howell was laih. rooms "The a fifty; and perhaps not all of their stuunsophisticated, childnew'coiuct is. situated about six degrees machine! v was stojiped and the re widel kiiowiias auaivhitei-- and builder. ..ih the south, or Alpha, ami is iiascrili"! as so cluck , s ra, madelooms and halls msoisof the unfortunnte man were gath lux in i Woods and son Mbert. farmers like person. Cleveland's eye tilled with dents are of an age justifying the de1110,1 that csepdifficult brightes" and having . slow easterly Patrick tachment of an army officer from his 'j. '.!. however, found his eied up and removed by a ineud named and stock bu) ers. near Kuiiiiencv. assigned tears as he rofl,j, ir. and he put a s Tobacco Growers Ask Protec.ion. Piof Swift hist evening found n way ou. f Fiedenck Biid He earned the lemains gave an alarm When bill in an envelope and sent it company in order to teach them tactics. to William Atchison, of Smitlifield. Cause, llar -the dock and then went back to the The importhe'f-ici'stir of the sitb magnitude I'.iMiitt N V . leeembv-..vlicd the scene t lie building out to bouse Thi-- slate of tilings results, as Gen. to him with a few kind woiN. Washgeneral depression of business and He was veiy while, and sugar was :n tlr.Pics Soon after Ihoeutiiestruetation of Sumatra tobacco has proved so Drum shows, from the careless use in being realized on stock. They will ington Cor. Clcvdaiul Leader. Craig Tollivfr's Woun-IMr. Driscoii. his wife great diops of perspiration oiled down hU injurious to tho tobacfo inteivst of this lure- wfti censrmed walk, and lace. He could Ihe statute of the words, "having a Assets, about 27 Mour.iiLcn Kt , Ciaig : Ma, cr a sou named Patrick, were reaching his work,hardly into a chair. upon vicinitv that an organization for purposes pin dollar for dollai. sank sefc'--y The Three sight bnri.cd while escajiing capacity for educating not lethan one A rep$.VUU An Honored State. of pnitectionis being undertaken through the lungs cl 1: i" i. hoy Tolhvcr whowastkot had overcome bun Aftei a short weie bin nod to death. Chemung. of gniwers hundred and fifty male pupils," instead by AtJmry (.'lis will WiviruiK .Iiimi. Louisville, old and recover Tlie vere.'ol-- . , Julius and Murv. aged re- - tune Bildrose to his feet, bat iceled and resentativeand Tioga Vallevs the Ih ent to will Although Mr. Carlisle is onl the of some phrase requiring an actual atfell dead ot heart disease, occasioned bv Cannsteo of Tolliver'.s best "spf'Ivelv sjventeen, fourteen "and seven wealthy, fell dead jr.st utter a hearty Ciistpietended tolK-ouWashington to urge Congress to lueieaso fourth Kentuckian who has held the tendance ot that number in any given Ciiristmas dinner. friend. Crist made his escape. Ph)sieiaiis yeirs Then lire wa leniaius weio found the excitement the ilut) on the Sumatra leaf soon alter the ulidued left here this moiuiug to attend him The Speakership of the House of Represent- quarteror term. Institutions that have Ew u P and on. Philip, fought PiitLir The Armistice Ratified. present attending plisk-iai- i thirty or forty scholars can send to tho Another Patient for Pasteur. with gun aud knife. Louisville. The father atives, that post has been tilled by George Washington's Fiddle. doinK well, and no leason why he Vienna, December S5 A dispatch from .showing Department Mvss., I liarles carries four bullets nnd the son several .?. L41WLH. shimM for a longer period than i War they "have a certificates for edu- ... Pi.r-lie lias been removed W V , December J3.' Belgrade announces that Kliifr Milnn lm Point capacity" that bits sailed gashes. Father was drunk, and the boy Jacobs, of Groton. Mas-- ., ibi-elinks ton cousiuV home, where he At a recent conceit given at Chailestou, in ratified the armistice proposed by the comprised in the combined terms, of the cating live times that number. They will receive Ihe usual kmd ulteiitiou receive treatment from Paris County, this State, a violin wns mission, and hnsoidercd the evnenatton of for Pasteur.to His arm was lacerated a was protecting his mother and sister. Speakers from any other State. Massa- might add that they would be glad to is quiet hero. M. used which t.t one time Ir longed to Gen the Pirot district to be commenced at once. 1) the teeth horse to At Louisville, Christmas, Charley Jolm-o- chusetts and Virginia have each had get them. Thus tliey comply with thu eial Geoige Washington Tins venerable It is understood from reliablo souiccs that short time agoadiinnistei ing of which he was medicine The colored lough, murdered his wife. four Speakers, but the combined terms letter of the statute "requirements, and A Mirisler now relic is the pioperty of Mr. much dimension exists at thSei-ria- n $ine Over'the Faith Cure. headhorse hud been bitten b) a dog that showed Mattie. and cut his own throat, probably of the former amounted to but ten receive , who received Thomas B Washington, their details, which are someCOLinni-sO December 27 About a quarters, the King standing almost alone signs of hydiophobia Washington from Judge fatal!) Jealous) . e.irs and those of Virginia to but thir- times, apparently "secured to obtain year ago Itev. John V. Waite. a Methodist it Mt. Vcnioii A Bushrod the inside of in bus determination to preserve peace. His canl on officers couider the terms of the armistice teen years, whereas atlhe expiration of the services" sas Gen. Drum, "of an miuister of thi city, was pionounced at instiument show., that it was manuPcTitn K Mi Coiimk K. peddler, deliberate!) Woman Fatally Burned. the a national disgrace Tho Emperor has insaue and scut to the Central Asylum walked into the river at Louisville, aud this Congress Kentucky will have had officer proficient" in mathematics as a. factured by Jacob Sterner, a celebrated congintulated upou - laist night the commission S11 cmokiv P. . December discharged as cured some six months Geimaii woikmaii, in the eni 1075. It ,, the Speakership for" twenty of the professor in that branch, while his value A labors two large houses were destroyed by fire, was drowned. Drunk. ago sirec which time he has isited and theieloie. ovei two hundred ears old the success of their states that ("' years that will then have its a military instructor is appreciated ninety-eigfrom Semlin CiTr .Huge Roppil, while crossing the about Ibis city. A few dayV ago he had a T he violin, its oiiginal case a iiuamtold deserters have been executed ut Nissa. caused by an explosion of a kerosene lump elapsed since the establishment of the purely from a disciplinarian point of -. John Bernaski. a tensetond attack, and was irrested railroad track at the depot at Franklin, box. was presented to the audicucoby Hon. Even these severe measui es do not deter in the hands of Mrview." It seems increditablc that this Riid will be re committed toinonow He W L W1U011, member of Congress lrom the dissatisfied Servian soldiers fiom leav-ie- g ant, who was fatally burned. A numler of the other night, was knocked down by a Federal Government. Henry Clay was elected Speaker of system of sponging has been going on weut iusane ou the faith cure. It is a very the Second District their colors Large numbers take ad- boarders jumped from the locomotive, and considerably moving ... - tad case. rive successive Congresses, and after a for years; but the annual reports of the vantage of every opportunity to escape window, one had an arm broken and wa"s bruised, but not seriously hurt. Adjutant-Genera- l International Exposition of 1892. j retirement of three years he was again show conclusively ovei the Bulgarian and Austrian frontiers. badly burned Young Latfy Kicked FaUily bv a Horse. John I). Scott, an aged and WasUINOTON December 'J7 A bill will elected in ins 01a age ami scrveu that it is o. As the abuse of the privA farmer of Washington Territory citizen, died of flux at his residence near Heading, Pa., December 27 Mis Neida be introduced in Congiess this winter to Wolves Among Illinois Sheep. through both sessions of the Eighteenth ileges granted by statute- - could bo Hcfflcy, an attractive joung lady of Hillsboko, III., December 33. Wolves loaned his dog to a man on Snake Riv- Wilmore, Jessamine County, the other Congress. Owing to the fact that Mr. obviated bj an easy emendation, Conaid the International Exposition, which is he was this county, daughter of Jamos Hef-- f to lo held in Chicago in lS'.C to celebrate iti large numbers are pla)-inhavoc amoug er to whom he had sold a Hock of sheep afternoon. At the time of Cla resigned the office on two occa- gress has no excuse for not making it. ley, a prominent fai mer, was kicked on the four hundredth anniversary of the dt to drive home, a distance of thirty Constable in that precinct. sheep One farmer lost twcnty-fivooiThe matter should receive attention sions his entire service in the chair the head b) a horec last evening, and sus- cover)-- of America. The exposition will tho a flock of sixty one night this week. miles. Tho drover found the dog so Cit vrles Jenkins was fined $500 for gam of comprehended a period of ten years at Washington this winter. No confidtained injuries which will prove fatal. probably be planned after the Centennial The woods seem tone full of wolves, and the useful bling at Louisville. that, instead of sending him Her skull wa, crashed by the blow. at Phila'delphia, and legislation will likely farmers are making vigoious efforts to J s. Williams, colored, was arrested at onlv. John White held the gavel for ence games on the Government should home, he locked him up. The dog esbe asked of Congress similar to that in aid initiate them. louisville. on suspicion of lieing a thief, one term aud Linn Boyd for two be allowed, even when played by insticaped, and, concluding the drover had Forestry In' France. of the Centennial. Carlisle now enters on his tutions of learniug! A". Y Shu. i no more riirht to keen the sheen than and on his person were found pawn ticket terms. Mr. Paris. December 27. Senator J. llatnn- An Indiana Farmer Drops Deal term, thus rounding ont Queen Christina to be Regent. j to lock him up, he collected all that representing abont J."i00 worth of proper ty. second den Itobb, of New York City, a member of j iNbiANArOLis, Isn., December 27. Samthe twenty years for Kentucky in the An Unprofitable Honor. . A dispatch from Mil Cms, H. Clkkk. a veteran journalLon pon, December25 had belonged to his master and drove tho Kiagara Park Ccmtnissiou, has arrived Chicago Herald. uel Arnold, a farmer residing six miles ist of Louisville, died in that city a few Speakership. viriiini Post slates that from this- city, dropped dead this evening, them home again. Chicago Times. , M.,,1,1,1 m the Paris The French Government has Logan's determination not to acgranted him every facility lor the study of Queen Christina will take the oath of office presumably "from heart disease. He was days ago, in the seventieth year of his age, cept the Presidency of the Senate has General Vilas' Rebuke. the practical operation or the laws alfect-m- g as regent 01 ojsuiu ovioic mi; v.in.J3 on sixty-fivFrom 1874 to 1878 the consumption after a lingering illness, 5 ears of age. next, the 31st mst. I forestry in Frauce. of wine in England was 92,636,829 less merit in it than at first appeared. Tue Norton Bros., bankers, of Louisville, Postuia6ter-GeucrVilas adminMade Insane by Reading the Bible gallons, while from 1S79 to 1883 it was who are w orth about sM.OW.OUO each, will Fatal Accident to Builders. It .seemed at first that Logan knew Mourning Emblems to be Removed. j 23., 80,120.99 1. This decline of over twelve retire from business on the 1st of January. istered a rebuke to a certain Indiana Decatch. III. December morn- - ' about his Washington, December to. The date of Stephen Maiden, of Long Creek To ' for the place . nHmXG'1,A'1'ni,2J---Thi' a half millions represents a savins Tim residence of James Lemon. George- Congrcssrnan the other day that he will more his friends, fitness had concluded ing while Daniel and Jacob Himes, ma-- j tho official moui'iiinir for Vice President and than today need thiity. the mother of two snn fonsend TYaDk Lessiogr laborer, all of Hendricks (thirty days) expired over $30,000,000 in expenditure. A town, was burned tbe other morning. The probably never forget. The honorable not to submit himself io the criti J'ottetewn, were driving to work tho tno niacK arapnigs. uu the i 1 en. suddenly became danrcrousls elul estimate has it that the entire family was awakened just in time to make "eiitlcman had. it appear, a candidate cism which would inevitably follow tho s will bo removed. wagoubioko down ine (iisnlnvinc her violence by tryi horse tan , ,.i,i,iie imildm'-JSho jnk bill' of England for 1876 was their escape, by citizens passing. nwav. Jacob Himes withroti on the cost of draping all the public buildings bete both children. her discovery of his, untitueis for the place. whom he was pushing for a road aud billed. DaaieIvU,me, had bib ts about SUMW. ,WU,WU, while that ol 18S1 was them bv the limbs and dash e in an adioininir But later developments show that it who last spripg suotami snnd dollar W. H Bow room, injuring one across tho 127,000,000, a decline of jcalptoni off. exposing the skull, and suf Mt than bodily injunej. Hls m a critical Her husband had a desperate str d of Jewelry Stolen. A ' tilled a young man nemed Gill, who was district represented by a Republican, was the determination of the benatora OO.OOO, or S 100,000,000. woman, not subduiug her condiUoii. Lessing receiTea sl'Slit in etsisting the Sheriff to arrest Bowling, V8s There were several other candidates. to pass a law which would pot it out December V3. Eai Iy this the torn bis clothing badly. " Milton. Ont., 9 j v. irican travelers atrree that ele- - sentenced to twenty years in the peniten- ono ol whom was indorsed by another of the power ofrpoliticians of the Loburglars broke into the jewelry had apparently well a week morning was ago at 5Jt Sterling. A Democratic Congressman. Tbe gan stripe to profit by such a situation store ot Ramsav & Co. and carried off a she began rending the Bible steaks arc very tough. It took tiary a jewelry, silverware, nioney, read Jeremiah principally, an cart-loaCongressman called at the of as the present, which revealed to Loncr half an hour to eat a square dayor two before the killiagBowlfas, who on etc The store was cleaned out. Tho rtTru5' Pa'J December character, bad enticed a Pepttftment a few days Ego and gan the emptiness and unprofitable-net- s that she and jr family wore is a dssperats f elephant meat. 6to!eu scods weie worth thousands ot dolQne is now in l :c county Jau wy frcra borne, ssd to of the noaor for whlcn b UiJomed by Gener1 Viles that h 1 dugbtr tti county, and lar . taolutv stagnation dot i not exlit farmer' tfca icdifiCatlOS that hi blMfr w3 A Ten sea. uaplaf j pf siat ifc her Ci- trait kii Tf.tc tbim ee nihoii lisdi ill Ali , A T.Ucux.efBtltlttOi )1 icrs m us ccenn. not cvtn it tat I ?v' ti tl V -j December .'5 This afternoon about t lock all the patieuu in the ExOIayor Murpfiy and Hi, Kamib Ut County Hospital who were able to be IicmhI to lLut Uccn l'oboucd. moved, all the nuii.es nnd i!mini ...... tt . .v.. nri ' mtiiibei of visitois were aseniblcd m the Omaha, 2Czr--. Dccembei jtPatnek F. ilmlcal amphitheater of the hospitnl to Murphy, aged fo:ty. Ex Majorof Omah!", j wituess Christmas exercises for the ehil The room is verv small, about after only a lew uAjs' illties- -. ' died thirty feet high, with a eirtle of seats from a mysteiious malady Several nieni ahnost to the ceiling. In the bersof the family were takeiTpeculiai ly I uaihingwqs an centei immense Christmas tree. sick about a week :igo. Mrs Moiphj fii-- t laden with toys aud gavlv illuminat- showed signs of Mckness She had pains l by tapers About f:ftv childleu hoi were grouped about the tree'singing a in her back and shoulders,., and Ciiristmas enrol to open the exernses As throat became sore-- Sho doctored herself, and became Apparently well ifgam Two Santa Clan-- , entered the room the unner days luter Mr Murphy was afffctcd ith lurtion of tho tree took fire, and in a mothe same symptoms, though not serious at ment the entire tiee whs ablaze When first, but Mrs. Murphy was again attacked, the fiie was at its height most ot the chiland two childicn soon ejtpeileiiced sinn dren weie marched out of tho room by the lower lar feelings. Then Mr, Aiurijr Wiaic room, door Tho remainlnc neonle in the nearly tureo "hundred in number, w orse. Ho rallied, howcvr, and eemcl became outhc way to recovery till '.this morning, cut off panic sti icken 1 be heat and flame exit by the lower dnor Thert-wa- s v hen he wnstuLcu with violent cramps, which grow worse until this evening, wlieu a nisb for the upper dooi, tho onlj remainhe died The doctor in attendance ing exit, and a few- escaped through it, declares, canse of death was but the passage was soon blocked. Voltho ptomaine ioisoinnj, the result of cut- - umes of dense blark smoke foon MlIen,l mir ehicki!ii which had been froeu nml j in the upper part of the loom, where the mass of humanity was crowding and then allowed to leeoine partially decom first from fright aud posed. from Muiimv had catcu only a Miiull agon. for tho luat was terrible theu scene A poition of tho thicken, and another mem I of ludfscuUihle tenor ensued The heat ate heaitilv, has ber of the family, who I'iiL.i-iviup iaut"i aim uuiius oi iije vu1- not. as yet, lieen" attacked Mrs. Murphv tuns, :...,., and no mnji'sbonr.i. mot-- fi,.- "itni. nlso ate very sparingly of rliicken. nnd . ." several circumstances seem ti mdu ate the suiieriug was eimsed by inhaling the heattd atmosphere. The tire burned unt 1 by some outside intentional tiic was stnpjied. Orp?rty, and suvcral physicians declnre that the (hri-.una- s der was finally restored No one in the otoniame poisoning could not have loom escaped injury, about fifty jersous under the conditions of the case badly burned, among them two re-pten. By six o'clock the doetois. themMONTANA JUSTICE. selves badly singed, had cared for the wounded, and the excitement has subsided The Inmate ol a Jail Tal.cn Out. WhipCries of firo had kouo through all tho ped, and VTjriiul ot to Itcturii. ward of the hopual. nnd for n time there was roiistei the Bltte, M. T. December iT.ror a long patients. A nation among ot thehlple-- s situattm Butte has been invested by a gang of tion shows later survey that at least ono huncutthroats, whose roubene:. and other depre- - dred persons injured. weie the .,,. v.. .. . ...... ...... .... i grer.tcr par t reieiving uiuise, ... bein " ,,M"UW- -' i stlvktin both life and properly. Ti.epn tience or the V,number of children patients 1et&tori- ! had been people was. exhausted this week l.y the aire . brought into the B- in their cot of a wretch named Nelson, who had lieu tore thej could be removed several sufferel insulting little girls, nnd kindled the long- , from the smoke and fright, aud one or two smotheied Hidigualion mtoa tlame Asa ' were chghtlv bunted The was consequence a vigilenre committee of two intense, and but for the coolue-- s of Warden McGumgle and some at- hundred masked nienttok matters in band aud last night ovei po.werwl the Cty Jailer, ' laches of the hospital live would cer-taiul hate la-elost The pei-o- n took tho prisoners confined tbie up Mis most Gulch, aud theio turntil them loose. senou-l- y injured were Miss Wilkinson, a nurso. vho inhaled hot airand smoke. Mr with a stern wainius that death awaited A I Bartlett, of the f.rm of llibhard. Bart-let- t their irtuni. It is difficult t. ascerA: Spencer, tegtlher with Miss Bartlett, tain just wlmt puuishment vas awarded the jail biids on erririug at Missoula Mrs A A Carpenter and other lad) visitors were slightly injured, so also were E Gulch. Ir is, however, generally underceivetl forty N M.iy anl N A MccMillan. lespeetivelv. stood that the beast Nelson-, stnpes on the bare ba.-k- which weie put oil reporters ot the Ti ' h.i- - and IIoi'l with a stioug aim and a heaity gool will Another leint states that he was hanged TREED BY A HIPPOPOTAMUS. in Horse Canvon The Sheriff has left for The jlfair has created grxat the s.L-nTlinllins ntperieiicv of ,i lMdl.idt-lpbi.- t in th city. Urrier VI tli lie Aitatl( Monst.-r- . PliiLAKELl'iUA, Pa . Decembei i" -- Head YEARS. keeper Byrne, at -- he Zoological Ganlcn. AFTER TWENTY-FOU- R An Old Mail Arrested im .'Missouri lor a had a thrilling experience early yesterday morning with the peculiartraits sometimes Miildrr Comudtted in K, ntiiek). evidenced by the large hippopotamus The v, My., Dembcr'"i SEiiLi James L Ssgruoad, a brother of ote of the most amphibian has a large double cage.and on i one ,;do his cou.forts aix provided for in prominent titueus ot this (Pettisi county a lare water-fron- t The habits of the l vas to this city- last ii'ght large beast are such that he sjends a great a d"tect."c, aud tuiucj over to the dial more of his time u the water Shpntt of Bock Castle Count v. K . than h" does out ol it, much to the dis-to p!a;e ha will taken gust of the garden patrons Kvjer By rue t eoiuij'ilted tweiity-fiv- i noticed this trail nnd was mtii h annoved iiswcr for a I n I i :it il heard visitors reninrk dint years ago. Tii piionsr was airc-tetit his liv:ue in Tivuton. Grttrvdav Coiiutv. they did not believe tlieie was a hippopota- o Aftei iiiu.s in the garden ftjiciir esieria-- moinin itliuLthc.kjjJWVJ-aiiBihi.w. i di-et--d poi-ouires-tilte- -- I t we ! i I j Roasted. VixrrxxEs. Isn . tiuctive fire broke out at 11 o clock , y night in MiJimsey s livery mbuh-Punishment for Thud stieet. omosite the Urana iiotei tx Brutal Murder. northwest wiud was blowing, Mi4iniY strouR less than five minutes tue imuie- - snus-tm- c femiiz. All, DeccmlHjr is. Pridav was a mas of seething flames For a "s.'at Gaiuestowit. Clark Conutv. Ala.. time n pel feet panic cnued, aud people lady. Carrie Boyer, aged sfvea- were wild with excitement The Fire Do3 "Jfaswn-laiwhile on lir way home pai tment worked bravely and strove to geM ,'m-'noighborV. Shewasfoul dying the itre under control but u secmcu m Vih n ballet hole in the Imck of her ritvk iu use, no be td length to the flames lolled acroo. the stieet to the ttj3d with he- - skull urushed in. A brokeu Grand Hotel Gnrdnei & Sons large under- ?vtock with blood upon it was fouud taking and furniture establishment' was Tl. w., .tnt soon in a blaze, and at this writing both es- l?iflfe tl ht vsnn.l tablishments are in flames, uud not an iota roecwed ns iHilonsin to Alex. Itoid. a of prospect to save them The fire at 12 iviitir near nt linrtd. lipid find when o'clock is sweeping down on Second street, jv avcni' a came for him. Thtr barrel and the wind . and flumes are playing frigntful havo-There is tho strongest p$ Uouy, lt , WoiHl and Unir upon 1..II,. Ul .t irvSluilll, 11IIA if Clnrk Hini ndioinin tt. : - Viuceimea' IA'IUm tl v worst lire m hitfr coinfitWiKitti wtnjQtUJucirgyje McJimsey is insured for $t,(XV! lie the munlerer Two negroes, cajv thirty-fivto forty head of horses and a hnntfor Thursday at the county line. lost Heavy los. Thsinareli to Gainestown was participated one hundred buggies about probably Jb.0(J Tho Grand Hotel was in by hundreds cf men. t seveial places vacnted'two months ago. and had io occu- alonj:--tturned pants and no furniture Loss on luddiuc out and route then inhabitants but the h nchmg. 5"I5.e00to $35,1)00. part iall uisnied guard pftsed on silence until the undertaking establishuiLUt was full sj'ot wr.s leached in where the crime of goods of nil kinds Total loss about was coimnited. esterdav t two o'clcx-Theoiigtiiof the tue is unknown lleid waseltimeii to a tiv He eonfess"d At 12 35 a. in? Mayor Wilhelm has tele that lone the deed. said that graphed Ten-,- Haute and Cvausville for his gun wen off Hccidutali anil that ho assistance, .and aid will reach us man hour. was fon-eiy i ircumstanoes to complete ,. ,. js now m piYui oi iivss iiiiu iier muriler. The men then built a pea people are wild with fear and excitement. the of around the criminal Tho ex-- , The Fire Department here is about negro shouteu haiisted Two engines have been plaj ing was quickl) for mercv. but tho ilame applied ftir burning on the flames for two hours, but the flames nwhile. the eiiner were s(fltterel and a At two o'clock this morning the new pen built ineiease the meantime fne is still ragius, the Grand Hotel is a, fering intense agmy nesro process wassufThis total rnin The loss on the whole is esti-tbieo timbefoie death enme t h.s to i).0'. It is strongly mated at is tl second instance hoetl that the fire is checked and under relief.in Tlussame laee. Almtit seven of the years the kind control . ago a negro who munlere'd an old ladv and a litlc Ikj and outraged a A simdar manner tiect to little k'iL J .Miners Killed and scores the stake and roused to death Iif:- - or )toi-- AtUe Hautealul Knsille tor Assistance. phtlned rJi&L to a Tree aud Slowly WL... T.ii d a .,.-.1- 1RL j e tun-illu- of p r vi lege! h isTvcx r totTerrnn n 1 h Gjr-1-ner'- s We cjuote a, follows for lvC? tobaccos of fan to good body and substance Thin, green, and unripe tobacco sells lower Common lugs Medium aiss Good luss totnmon leaf fAirf. tad Ham. ... 3Kf 1 )J ..... I 25ft VJ ... . t .vi :co . . 4 5 25 6 .VI 5 6 T.'.a T 25 lOrf S 00 ttxi-W- . n requisite grade. w tlcco lo ! by Brotherly and Helpful B;publlcQ, As we have 'beforo suggested. General Logan's declination of the Presidency pro tempore of the Senate isui important part of tho Jlirewd little game which he propel to play "for all it is worth" from DM until the meeting of tHe next Nntioual'Kupublicau Conven-- t on. Logan luja his eye upon tho 1 residential ncawt!on, and if he does not get his grfj Upon it the fault will not be his. S.i.sU bdng his purpose, it is easy to under jad'why he prefeis to remain on tha etiitorial Uoor rather the ehair. In the Uian be transfira-djlatter place ,'lu fattld be virtually be" will at all shelved; in tKj bp L IlJing to attimes be as tend to Logai 1 uMtiossJ nere will, of course, &&7ffipnG$liiities ddr-It Will -o 1 iorr, anu-ti?sna- lfc a-,- grcssnian's man, whereupon the party of the first part "asked perrnisaion to withdraw the application he had mad for Ijis own candidate nnd write an other letter, placing it on file, in favor of the lucky man, his intention being. 03 anwHiaung me letter, iu ucreaie tno idea that IicSuul given Uljplatter hist support before the appointment had what credit been made, and thus-gihe could for bringing it about. Genthat he eral Vilas told the regarded such conduct ass infamous. "Be a man," said he, "and stand or fall by your colors. It uuno retlection .upon 30U to be tflKUl in this contest. but your pro; XavS? to mfio me a part' to your uioGKfcy is a direct ia- stilt which I vnr)n Ty excuse upon your promise not to repeat-- ,rhe Congressman save the promise and presence left the Postmaster-GeneraP- s as speedily as possible. Ciueago tftws. un rrfjdi-ffeia- n -- At fc m " " '?. L- - 'boora1 Uwiif inc-- Wi ; ZZe' tj."X-fs7tfelsUw- & ISft ; v ?15,-(- 4 4 liir-3. ;.-.- i 4 . & ! 25 d - bt Medium leaf .. . . . Good leaf Loiur leaf, for Afns ii ".a 5 -- in. ii ; 0 ws 7 lj m itn w b 51 light-woo- d 115. mined'isaster. c pres-hor- " Miscellaneous Item. tolwcco market was much excited a few days ago over what appears to be an attempt at a corner in a grade of tobacco known as lugs," GFor.i.r Peel, who killed John Daugh-ert- y in an election fight at Nieholasville. was taken out on a writ of halieas corpus. Tnr Louisville j A Wounded. '. the other day. and given a bra ring, whu-lasted two (lays, resnlting in the defendant being granted bail in the sum of $iri re-i- st 1 er-el- f. i -, . .. k 's i . I - - o i.- - (. g ', less to sny that nol ly to be neglected- - Two thing-- , however, will receive his special attention: the soldier vote and the bloody shirt. champion Ho will be the of all those who have worn the blue, providing they are not Democrats; and :i3 for the rislits and wrongs of the oppressed colored Republicans of the South, neither decency nor the diction ary will prevent him from doing full justice to his favorite theme. Logan's little game will not be interfered with in the least by Democrats; on the contrary, they may give him valuable aid and comfort, for good and Mifltcicnt reasons. The only real opposition to hini will eome from Republicans. There are several aspirants to the Presidential prize in the Hepiiblic-icamp, who will be more than glad to insert a spider in the Loran dumpling, and outside 01 these is a numerous class who arc heartily tired of his political tactie, and ready and anxious 10 sit ciown upon nun. ii v ni.ij. iinc the wrathful statements of leading Republican organs. Logan and his bloody shirt gave New York to the Democracj at the recent election: while Lee undoubtedly rode into tho Oowrtiorship of Virginia over the political eorp-- e of sadMahone, on "tho. treason-staine- d dle" of Logan's invention. With sneli unfragrant feathers in his cap. Logan is liable to have more brickbats than bouquets flung at him by Republican hands in his Presidential campaign, and though this will be "fun for the may mean -- death to the bovs", And, as if to make his political frog"perdition sine Logan is about to publish a book. Blaine did the s.mie thing even-bodknows what happened to ainel Si". Louis lUpuVicau. m needone of these is like- from an Inscription Found ou the stone of a Revolutionary Soldier. The following inscription was recently copied from an old tombstone on the "Vale" Farm, near "Pompey Smash," Allegany County, Md. It relates to an old Maiander of revolutionary fame: "In memory of Colonel William Lamar, a soldier of the Revo lution. At the tap of the drum in Ms native State, Maryland, to the standard of his country he flew, nor left until she was acknowledged free and inde-peamongst the nations of the earth. At the battle of Harlem Heights, White Plain, ('erniantowii, Monmouth and Staten Island, in the North; at Guil-font nl and Eutaw, at Cara-dethe capture of Fort Mott, Carnby and Wateree. at the seige of Ninety-siin the South, he was present and actCourt-IIous- c u, v. if Kos-cuis- ko - fellow-soldie- r, y . u i ' -- -- Hei-enb- 2- 1 one-visi- 1 l- o Bi-iio- p, 1 111 j r-- d i ui , at e t su.-.ic- -- -- ." fii-e- v tu-at- - ' d 111 to-dn- v . 1 I -- j ur of-ti- ce 1 e j 111 ot di-isio- above-name- I Ju-tas- he aftei-noo- u. to-da- y Dec-s-mb- nJ ,, I i e h h ter-rib- l) 1 - Ir.ix-thf- slow-proces- s ?' -r gray-haire- Otl-c.-- I)ec-eiiile- r :, -- 111 - ICiug's-Bridg- e - two-thir- ds I P.-t- " flr e. i simple-minde- d, - 1 I twenty-do- mo-Jo- " . ! 1 r jow-price- s , - s. - 1 Decc-mle- r 111 -- " , I -- Kcn-tuckia- ns ! uoti-ecove- r Dei-emb- M com-Jeffers- Kvei3-thin- g . 1 11 n, He-wa- s dis-put- 111 ht 111 to-da- well-know- n Moll-tow- g bis-deat-h it ex-t- T ! 111 . - 1 e Thui-sda- s and-the- tr Car-Loa- Kmt iStlJsSSL"' ii - al S0t7B two-tho- u- li', post-offic- 1 I 4 immm fcr-day- first-nam- e3 ce d Post-oJfl.- :6.-Bur- glars 1 ,aLJtow, 1 u ni ki y.fmuni uuiuaiai&Aii .Wimmmmt KTUil (lilHUL- "ifff o ctu f itlrit k4 intk L, r- - n -- c fx , U, .swtte . ;r-"- " r - ! C i " -- & nrjjm-- m 0f" -- m tv vy - v lj rfrvi n If 9 't. i? mi - - .. i INt f and coat ana goes out. "Come in here," cries another "Go," says Satan; "you oagut to see yourself." Why don't A Discourse on "Winter, and How you goj'i 8ayS for comrade, "". is a shame for a young mlu to bo as gre-as you to Meet It." are. By this time you ought 10 have seen The Dissipation Incident to the Season everything." Especially is temptation strong whei Forcibly Presented anil Illustrated business is dull. I havo noticed that men A llca Tor Abstinence On the spend more money when they have little Natal Day of the New Year. to spend. The tremendous question to bt settled by our great population, day b ltev.TDcWitt Talinagc, on his recent day, ig, bow to get a livelihood. Many of return to BrooMvn from bis Western lec- our voung nlon just starting for themture tour, chose the above timely ionic for selves are very much discouraged. They his first Sunday evening discourse. taUnr had hoped before this to have set up a for his test: household of their ow n. But their gains Vray ye that your night be not in the have been slow, their discouragements . many. The young man can hardly tako Mathew xxlv,20. of The inhabitant!-- , of the old cities were care of himself. How can he take care sot another? And, to the curse of modern hero told that they would ha vo to fly for up is abl9 their lives. Such flight would lo rva?,,ri ciety, before a young mauexpectedtotoset a home of lin own, he is have oven in tho flush of spring time, but supersomebody latively aggravating if in cold weather; i enough to support in idleness they should else, when God intended that therefore they were told to pray that their ' ioinllv earn a liveli- bein ... (linht Iia nut .in il.. nnuer. m. me ..bU1, uc n mere is some- - im,i toother and our voung men are So, mauy of iuo .wilier euuu ui&i not only to re- tests our physical endurance but. especial- - utterly dicouragod and utterly unfit Ut temptation. Jy is the city, liore The time when It the winter monthbihat ruin morally upon the ship wasthe pirate sails down were when its and forever many of our young men. AVe down ami it was making no headn. ,wt in the house on a u niter's niglit, and People wish they had more time to think. liearthe storm raging on the outside and Tho trouble is, in dull times, that people imagine the helpless crafts driven on the havo too much time to think- - Give to (oast, but if our ears were only good mauy of our commercial men the four enough, we could on any winter night hours of these winter nights, with nothing (hear the crash of 100 moral sdnpwrecks. to divert them, and before spring they will i Many who came last September to town, have lodgings in an insane ayluui. 1 by tho first of March wll have been blast-lefurther that tho winter is espeeiall It only lakes one winter to ruin a trying to tho juoral character of our (young muu. When the long winter eveu- - young men, beciuso some of their homes pii uavu comu many 01 our youug men in winter, aru mpjcjally unattractive. In !vUlluirove them in fortning a more intt- - uH?iner Ihoy tan filon the steps or have a jniate acquaintance with boobs, contract-i- s bouquet m the vase on the mantel, and the jing higher socinl friendships, and strength evenings are o short that soou after gasening and ennobling characters. But not light they feel liko retiring. Parents do so with all. I will show you before I get not take enough pains to make these long through that at this season of the year winter nights attractive. It is strango that temptations Are especially rampant, and oiu popie i:uow so uttle about young peo- my counsel is, lookout how j ouspeud your pie. One would think that they had never pftifpr niflitc been young themselves, but had been born I I remark, first, that there is no season of with spectacles on. It is dolorous for 4he year in which icious allurements are young people to spend the three or four fco nctive. In warm weather places of dis- hours of a winter's evening with parents sipation win their tamest triumphs. Peo- who sit talking over their own ailments ple do not feel like going in the hot nights and misfortunes and the nothingness of of summer among the blazing gaslights or this world. How dare you talk such blasbreathing tho fetid air of assemblages. phemy? God was busy six days iu mak ing the world, and has allowed it to hang (The receipts of most grog shops in a December night are three times what they six thousand years on his holy heart; and are in any night in July or August. I that world hath fed you and clothed you iloubt uot thoro are larger audiences in tho and shone on you for fifty year?, and yet Casinos in winter than in tho summer you talk about, tho uothingues of this weather. Iniquity plies a more profitable world? Do you expect the young people trade. December, January and I'ebruary in your family to sit and proan about this tare harvest months for the devil. The magnificent, playbills of the low entertainments then planet? From lire more charming, the acting is more exquisite, the enthusiasm of the spectators such homes young men make a wild plunge more bewitching. Many a young man into dissipation. Many of you havo the who makes out to keep right the rest of the means why do you not buy them a violin year, capsizes now. When ha came to or a picture? or have your daughter town,iu the autumn his eye was bright, cultured iu music until she can lielj. his cheek roy, his step elastic; but before to make home attractive' There-artpriug, as you pass him you will say to ten thousand ways of lighting your friend: "What is the matter with up tho dome3tic circle. It requires that young man?" The fact is that one no large income, no big house, no rich w inter of dissipation has done the work of wardrobe, no chased silver, no jjorgeous ruin. upholster-- , but a jwrental heart awako to This is The season for parties, and if they its duty. Have a doleful home and your are of tho right kind, our social nature is children will not stay in it, though you improved and our spirits are cheered up. block up the door w ith Bibles and tie fast But many of them are not of the right to them a million catechisms. I said to a kind, and our young people uight after man: "This is a beautiful tree m front of night areTjeptin the whirl of unhealthy ex- your house." He answered, w ith a whins-"Yo- ; citement, until their strength fails, and hut it will fade." I said to their spirits are broken down, and their havo a beautiful garden." ne retaste for ordinary life corrupted; and by plied: "Yes, but it will perish." I found the time the spring weather comes they are out afterward that his son was a vagain tho doctor's hands or sleeping in the bond, and I was not surprised at it. You cemetery. The certificate of their death is can not groan men into decency, but you luade out, and the pb sician, out of regard can groan them out of it. for tho family, calls thedisease by some l'ra ye that your fliptht be not In the winter. Latin name, when the truth is that they Ann yourself against the especial tempdied of too many parties. tations of this season. Poets and painters conviviAw ay with these represented Satan as horned and alities. How daio you, the father of a hao hoofed. If I were a poet 1 should desTibs household, trifle with the appetites of our him w ith manner polished to the last peryoung people? Perhaps out of regard for fection; hair flowing in graceful ringlets; the minister or some other weak temicr-anc- e eye a little bloodshot, but floating in man, you have the decanter in a languor; hands soft and diawhere, after refreshments, only a monded; step light and artistic; voice few are invited: and you come back mellow as a flute; boot elegantly shaped: with a glare in your eye and a stench m conversation facile, carefully toned and your breath that show that you have been Frenchy: breath perfumed until it would out serving tho devil. seem that nothing had ever touched his Tho excuse which Christian men often lips savo balm and myrrh. But his heart give for this is that it is necessary, after I would encase w ith the scales of a monsuch lato eating, by some sort of stimulant ster, then All with piide, with beastliness to help digestion. My plain opinion is ofdesire, with recklessn3s, with hypoci-i3V- , that if a mau have no more control over with death. Then I would have him touched his appetite than to stuff himself until his with some rod of disenchantment digestive organs refuso to do their office, until his two eyes would become the cold be ought not to call himself a mau, but orb; of the adder, and on his lip1? would lather to class himself among the beasts came the foam of raging intoxication, and that perish. I take the words of the Lord to his feet the spring of the panther, and Almighty, and cry: "Woe to him that his soft hand would become tho clammy jiutteth the bottle to his neighbor's lips!'" hand of u wasfcad skeleton: while sudYoung men, take it as the counsel ot u denly troni his heart would burst m crackfriend when I bid you be cautious where ling and fury the unquenchyou spend your winter evenings. Thauk able flame, and in the affected lisp of his God that you have lived to sea the glad tongue would come the hiss of the worm winter days in w hich your childhood w as that never dies. But. until disenchanted, made cheerful by the face of fathers and nothing but myrrh and balm and ringlet mothers brothers and sisters, some of and diamond and e voi.'e and conwhom, alas! wilt never again vish you a versation aromatic, facile and Frenchy. 'Happy New Year" or "Merry ChristO, it is beautiful to see a young man living mas." a Ji fo of purity , standing upright w here thouLet no one tempt you out of your sands of other young men fall! You will I hava seen respectable youug move in honorable circles all your days men of the best families drunk on and some old friend of your father will 2eiv Year's Day. The excuse they raeetj'ou and say: "My son, how glad I gave for iUf inebriation was that the am to see yon looks so well. Just like your ladies in listed on th?ir taking it. There fatlur, for all the world. I thought you havf been instances where the delicate would turn out well when I used to hold hand of woman hath kindled a young you on my knee." man's taste for strong drink, who, after But here is a young man who takes the many years, w hen the attractions of that other route. The voices of sin charm him holiday scene were all forgotten, crouched nway. Ho reads bad books, lives in vi, in her rags and her desolation and her cious circles, loses the glow from his cheek, i woe, under the uplifted hand of the drunkthe sparkle from his eye, and tho purity en monster who, on that Christmas mornfrom bin soul. The good shun him. ing so long ago, took the glass from her Down he "goes, little by little. hand. And so the woman stands on the They who kuew him when Jie came abutment of the bridge on the moonlit to town, while yet lingering on hi$ night wondering if down under the w head wa; a pure mother's blessing, and on there is not soma quiet place for a broken his lip the dew of a pure sister's kiss, now heart. She takes one wild leap and all is pass him and say: "What an awful over! wreck!" His eyes blearv 1 with frequent Oh, mingle not with the harmless bevcr-- , carousals, his cheek bruised m the grogga of your festive scene this poison of shop fight, his lip swollen with evil induladders! Mix uot with the sugar of the gences. cup the snow of this awful leprosvl Mar Look out what you say to him: for a "not the clatter of cutlery at the holiday triilciie will ttkkyojir life. Lower down least with tho clink of a madman's chain! and lower down until, outcast of God and Stand buck, young mau! Tako not the man, he lies iu the e a blotHi of iirst step in the path that leads there. Let loathsomeness aud pain. Sometime? he not the flame of strong drink ever scorch calls out for God, and then for more drink. your tongue. You may tamper with these Now he prays, now curses, now laughs as things and escape, but your influence will fiends laugh. Then bites his nails be wrong. Can you uot make a sacrifice to the Then runs both quick. for tho good of others? When the good hands through the shock of hair that hangs ship Loudon went down, the captain was about his head like the mane of a wild told that therowas a way of escape iu one beast. Then shivers until the cot shakes of the lifeboats. He said: "No: I will go with unutterable terror. Then, with updown with the passenger." All the world lifted fists, fights back the devils or clutches acknowledged that heroism. Can you not tho serpents that seem winding hint in deny yourself insignificant indulgences for their colls.. Then asks for water which is the good of others? Be not allured by instantly consumed by his cracked lips. the fact that you drink only the Going his round some morning the surmoderate beverages. You take only ale, geon finds him dead. Straighten the and n man has to drink a large amount limbs. You need not try to comb out of it to beconio intoxicated. Yes; but out or shovo back tho matted locks an inethere's not iu all the city Wrap him n sheet. Put him in a box. briate that did not begin with ale. Two men in carry it down to the wagon will "XXX," what does that mark mean? at the door. With chalk write on the top "XXX" on the beer barrels; "XXX" of the box the name of the destroyed. on the brewer's dray; "XXX"' on the Do you know who it is? side of tho bottle. Xot being able to find That is you. Oh, man, if, yielding to , any ono who could tell mo what this the temptations to a dissipated life, you go mark means, I have had to guess that the out and perish. whole thing was an allegory: "XXX" There is- a way that seemeth bright and that is, thirty thirty agon-- ) fair and beautiful, but the end thereof is ies, thirty desolated homes, thirty chances death. for a drunkard's grave, thirty ways to peDovote these December, January and rdition. "XXX?" If I were to write a February evenings to high pursuits, inItory the first chapter would bo "XXX," nocent amusement;, intelligent, socialith$ last tho pawnbroker's shop. Bo watchattainments. Do not ful ' At this season all tho allurements to ties and Christain Wo shall soon have waste this winter. dissipation will be especially busy. Let seen and passed the last not your flight to hell be in tho winter. up intalhe companionship of him whose I also remark that the winter evenings, as snqw as no fuller on through their very length, allow great rairaeut is white earth can whiten it. To tho swing for indulgences. Few young men the winter nights of earth vill soon end in would have tho ta&to to go to their the JuneTnorning of heaven. rooms at seven o'clock and kit until God from under the throne The eleven, reading Motley's Dutch Republic never river of over. The foliage of life's freeze- , or John Foster's essays. The young men The festiwko have been confined to the store all fair tree is never and family gathering; vals and hilarities 4ay want f rah air and and will give way tky mast go somewhere. Tho most of of Christmas times on earth tho brightei to the larger reunions, and 111 ww JUT of a winter's evening three ssenes, and tilt r few krara of leliure. A(tr the oveu lights, and the gladder richer fcajtlug: WMtr garlands aud tbe n TAL3IAGrE'S SERMON. THE SEASON'S PERIL. Ifow tlio neat and cnioful housewife. As fhc often did Ik. tore. Hie? In tho inorninKcurit. her dour: Sweeps tho Mew.ilk Pours upon it pa. Is ot water, Jut a hot ns hot itri In1. Then .idiwres th.it Minilnfr sidewalk. All so clean and lair to sec. Scarcely is the Job completed When the water, warm and nice. Parting with its he.it ducctly. Soon eouver.ed into Ice, Tonus a tlliu upon the sidewalk, Ihln and eotd as chanty. And a slide is there established Uy the urchins speedily. 't husbands, to lemaiii carpets are being put Insist on being piesent ot?J 11 his wife hints that ' give her more pltMsuie. plies in taking up mi . Ua-ild- THE BANANA FIEND'S FATE. . Harrowing Tale Which Iu't True, But Ought to Be. 'Hie Mnall ISoO Ho was really a clerk in a I store. . . union ounuay aitornoon mountui J cm a lush horse, he looked as it he imghf oe a mem-1 iT . win-or- Then the soo.l old innn, outwanl Roiu,f, Somewhat old and slioit or s Kht, Stt Ides that sidewalk aud discovert All the stars that shine at nipht-Ifiirs- h and wild ttie words he utter, Jot a bit like sons: ot praise. As he rubs liim'clt and wonder. Wonders at a woman's w. s. A'. 1. H'oiW. I J ... i DREAM AND REALITY. How Auzuitus llardnp Was lC.iUcd to the seentli llraxeu or Itliis liytlio UiichieA-ou- s Gnomes of Dreamland The Sail A waken In . Hthoia the wretch who. wfllkintron the Street, T)ro s his liaimna peel beneath tho feet by a murderous conceit, Of A ."o isaui.l I. simple inck loi hHrmfulucss complete. Obstrve his luee us insolent mid cool. He stalk" along, the mouthing, munchiufr Khoul! In he a v icious brute, or but a fool, borne cruel spirit's ull uucocscluus lool paers , tricou-moraUhaiact- er. ! i bci of Cmgiess. fflKRvw?CSIiijS S3 Sft Tff-- , x V He was putting on more dignity and giace, for there weie than several ladies on the sidewalk admiring him. lie was satisliel in his mind that ho was creating a gieat impression when a sinr.u boy on tlio sidewalk called out: d. VirfWM"-- 1 tAsifnr ! o Tart of (he Old Itoiue. The Boston ftevrri gives the following good illustration of tiio contusion which tho blending or old and new fashions iu tome of our modern houses produces in tho minds of plain people. "A visitor at a fashionmansion tho other day was able Vo.t-Eii- d fiom the country, ami had not been in Bosyear. During this period ton for now his host had built a spick and house on the silo of the old one. After establishment, over the surveying tho sumotuous drawing-roam- s nd the asthotic attics, the uest came down to the lower floor, where the rooms, windows instead of having large plate-g"as- s llko those above, had fxceelmgiy small p. ne, in imitnt on of tho fashions ol a cuntury or moio auo. The innocent rural visitor nuttuatly supposed that here was a veritable vestige ot the past. 'Well. John,' said he, 'I'm real glad you'vo kept pait of tho o!d house, though it's an awtul small r0 sn kr te aiound. So did the todies. "I say. Mister," continued tlie boy, '"las! night ou only gavo me live candles lor a quaitcr 1 oughter got six." Texas The l'ollit Win ApiMirnt. "Hej-Wo looked r iSlfi-ing- s. ! The following good Joke Is uttlierrrpeiise of a Chicago doctor. He wns about to a patient whent in answer ..o i question, ho informed the victim that he would be entirely unconscious, and know nothing until tho rtTeuduig growth had been removed. Tlo patient according!) commenced to hsh lis loose change out ot ana-sthetiz- e I. The victim comrs' I'pou tho slippery snare He sijii irelj steps h.s t t nre m tho air! The tatos a.ist nlin ' Sorely does he faro: Ills head is crackc un.I leud is in It's Iiulr. Ills arm is broken ami his clothes mo torn; tin Ir mi nlilert iron nil. forlorn Spruce as jou please he left his homo this mom. Aud now ho would an abattoir adorn. 1 I Riel't War Flag. Louis Riel's war Hag was a common Oils h the ltfcord or.Mr. and 5tr. KaiUcrt table-clotsix feet by four feet, with DiraiK Seventeen Vewri or Married Lite. fringed, or rather frayed, edge-- . On In the roar of No. irJO Klackhawk the flag J;, a steei engraving of Xotre tree', tijiper floor, livt-- Wilhelm Kar-:er- t, Datric dos Lourdcs. and beneath it is written cliiltlren, but a prayerthe pedigree of Louis Kiel, then father ol tw onU-tw- o to tho Virgin Man', signed bv lire of whom are livinjr. The family "David" Kiel. On the reverse of H'eun's Imt one small loom, that i. the picture is a prayerful proclamation. hat portion of it above jrroiinJ-intteei- i Hie flag is in possession of Captain of the twonlj-tw- u childreu Howard, who will probably tako it with, him to his homo in Connecticut. ire u'ad. seventeeu buried in Gcrnium which lias just been presented to tnd two in America. The tho Sixh fifth Regiment, of Montreal, he iunily is soiiiethiii"; leniarkable. bears u sacred heart, w ith the inscription. or Mr. and Mrs. Karkeit will "'I hy kingdom come." Curious enough, d oavebeeii married but seventeen years the badges taken from the rebels at JJaroche one of which was Jainarv 'J next. The couple ate the same ae. He will be forty brought to Toronto by a grenadier, vlardi 11. ISn'i. :uul roach that taken from Kiel hiinoff also bears a ige tie I'Sth of tho saino month. Tliey sacred heart and the same motto. vote married in Keeslin. an ancient own in Poiiiinorania, (loriiiany, .Jan-la- n Fruit. !), lbGi. and from that time on, at The Lancii tegards the increased use in o'erage ot over ten months. Mr. urUrt h:i set one or nioie babies of fmit in ordinary diet as one of the nto this world. v hue her husband most salutary tendencies of domestic iitribipated iu tho Franeo-l'nisiamanagement in our day. The starchy fruit, while .viir.miilas Napoleuii III. sunvnikred and saacharinecoinponents-oit Sedan. Mis. Karkeit at home they are not equal in accumulated foroo lid her duty by swelling the cciisiis to tho more solid iiirredtents ot meat Karkerts of the and fat, are similarly useful in their own iy two voting Uiitortiinatcrv, thev degree and have "the advantage of aiale hours. Next time greater digostibiliU. Other advantages mly lived thirty-si- x lie bo iv twins, kss than a year after arc local stimulation, thus relieving ho M'.ioe had been signed at Franktort. skin and kidneys b transferring part of Mis Karkeit had no better luck. Sinee their excretory vv oik to the bowels. hei the children have been born ingly. At Birmingham, Ala., the other .ho births coming with mathematical day, a ou ripping The ircdsion, ovi-iten months. discovered a i:n- - all died with the exception of the open an old feather-be- d two ohihlieii and tho hist one, little handsome diamond ring. It was sent ltJ. Tlio little to the owner of tho bed, a lady, who, Ymra, born August Toalnre is troubled, however like all on seeing it took it and hold it to her lip- -. an invisible spring and lie nineteen that died before her with She then pros-e- d ?onvnlsions, and she looks rather frail, the picture, of a handsome ourig man ml onteilorato uniiorm wan roveaieu. unl too w ie and peaked for her ago. ., , her inoossant olVorts in the She .inline ring was prosemeii 10 nor l Uelore lie leu lor tne maltrnal lino, and despite treiiuent bv her d mother annv in 1S6-J- ; she placed it iu the bed sickle tho Mie is a in 1G3 for ate keeping, ami lorgot took vigorous and healthy. woman, of gener- where she had placed it. Her husband rather ous dmeiision-- , large, oft brown e es was killed in one of the battles around rWENTY-TVYO CHILDREN. h, quickly-gatherin- g s Tin-Hag- -- half-biee- Clear tl track I" shouted mo police, and as the crowd surged back, steamer Xo. 4 camo up the street, tho black horses striking tire from th pavement. But hold A wheel comes off! the steamer is overtiirneu, and the brave firemen are picked up bleeding and seuseless! An investigation revealed tho fact that iu oiling the steamcrthatmoniiugthe steward had neglected to put in tho linch-pin- . A little neglect on hi.4 part hod caused a loss of a half million dollars. Tho busy marts of trade are full of men who are making tho same fatal mistake. They neglect their kidneys, thinking thev neeu no attention, whereas if they maite occasional uso of Warner's safo Hire they would jiirr say that they don't feol quite well; that a tired feeling bothers them: that thev aro plagued with indigestion; that their brain refuei to resjxmd ut call : that their nerves are all Jtjriui?. unstrung. majc-nificc- "Stand back, gentlemen! if I" I r she-wi- ll "Amis is as good as a mile," aud a great deal better. You can't kiss a mile. riitlaiMJtia Call. " Voltagal" ou Electricity. The passenger Bepartment of tho Chicago, Hock Island & 1'acitic Kailwav the publication of a new and valuable work whose scojwj and intent is best expre-st'do- n its title page, which reads as follows " Voltagal, Genius of Electricity," or Ned Benson's Adventures and Tnlk with one of tho Genii, by " A Max" of tho Rock ii f per-uasio- n. -- feather-renovat- or Lland Itouto respectfully dedicated to tho JJovs and GtrU or America, by the General Ticket and Passenger Agent o tho Chicago, Roek Lland & Pacific Railway. It is an appropriate sequel to WatfStephenson steam v audits uses, which attained such a a vear ago. It is a carefully written pamphlet of so pages, elegantly printed, aud will be sent to uny applicant on receipt of 10 cents in iostago stamps. Address JJ.Sr.JOHN, Gen. Ticket and Passenger Agt, VUK.L& popu-Iant- ii-- s r ltv Chicago, ill." Try and secure a v'aco in everybody's good will, not forgetting your rich uncle's. Troy Tttnu. l)i-pi- to ... husi-ani- ELY'3 ... nnrni r.lllt f'ATA&DU Jjflfcflffl DALtll Ss5J!ix7icM ( Mil to twontv-two-fol- i...trlK lt! i applied Iq!o 'he K.!l bo a' lir'j-r.I- , e 3r aat y el good-lookin- g -- go-in- g.ivly-dccoial- "waSflfc i'K7' star-lighte- d, d, shower-baptize- d, flower-strew- n, angol-watche- d, God-inhabit- paiL'"' Ml4t:ikn Ideas. Two Htghlaiiduien, being in Glasgow tor tho first time, wore having a walk through the city. Turning a corner, tliey wero to see a water cart wetting tho stieet. Not having seen anything of tho sur-pria- his iMwket. '(Hi. you need ni mind the e fee until I am tlnough." remarked tin doctor. "1 dmi't intend to p.ij jou et," returned tho pat .erst, -- "ivosl1 nicrelv to louut my money t. co how much I have." The doctor saw the po ut, inr-Olct- il and was much amused. .lftd(cn( and fair skin. The husband may aNo He is abov o the bo eilled handsome. inedbm height, of good normal build, with regular featmos a thick, full Three bearJ and dark-blu- e years ago. or the third day alter Ijivinz birth to another child, Mr?. but with sinall-puKarkeit was recovered, and no mark remains to tell the tale. She savs that sho has never beet interrupted in her work bv the fieeiiont births, always leaving her eoueh and le.siiining her household duThe hours. ties within twontv-ioii- r collide hav e been in Chicago three jvar.s, the husband having been employed as x, lei-living Richmond. cfiieaijo Times. th Ira, caunns aj-- cat:" li- wnii Sassgfl r- tsofrRr i j t-- at?JV healal- lay nrrreilon It tnfii'aiiiRt.jn Kp'E'Cv.sCio'HlH i ii: In a pigeon hole iu the Con.ilUulioH d!liinsl '3Le sor.a lira office is :t neat envelope, well tilled antl r"tore sense tf e and tmelL oVB and well .scaled, ft is the obituary of a Atlanta, written NOTaLIQUIDorSK'JfF.l LlBCtTM'V prominent eitien of bv himself. Ik oertiiie- - on tho enA few applications re- velope, in a firm hand, that tho inclosed is oaetlv w hat he wishes printed about SKre'ableto A Iay the ink ut particle 'j c'r- - trlseac'i ocfttll. himself when ho is dead. Ltciftr I'r'cr . circular tfi BUOTllhKs. Drc j fade mid the envelope tako on tlio hue of parchment before its seal is broken, PATTERNS OF ANY SIZE. for it holds tho life of a guileless and UNPARALLELED OFFER! honest man. Atlanta i'ontttntiun. u-i- the nnt pa iiienibr.;ne from f S J4m WBag&ZFk I !tOwr(.-o,.YrtYS-i. t- Utimrlcr. '' r-t- L isil IvrO r V u. t. Cs Vie The wife of a ceil in su itflfl i thtt of victim has been wMicd; his wounds aro llf-Ml- l, He has n nved. and iiuw VMthm his breast V'ei rate arises, not to bo repressed. Hew. i i.uVi veiureiitice! of tts sreutest peat tn-IU d ihe stieU! Willi passion in hit II. s( , ks a hearing in a nubile iilnce, Aud '..a it) calls upon the populate To be i bim iu h.s iltiablc case. . TTie e lHC-1- him-"Yo- sss?amj.v jig iN a wine-drinkin- g side-roo- kind before Totigal. under a mistaken idea, ran after the cart ;nd cr.ol out to this driver: "Hey. man! hey, man! you're losin a' yer water." His frieud. .umoyed at Ton-gal- 's want ol knowledge, ran after him, canzht him by the arm, and said rather testily: "Tougal. man! Tougal, don't bo sliovvin' your ignorance there: div you'll no sco it's lo ke-- p the laddie? af tho back o' Uio nuisance anion- - x od co boirowcr. On- - d it sugar; the next .i bov clothes wringer, ai 1 o o half as good at utuiiim lovvim;. One iU i tli ing tint an eg- -' wo to I' went to or.o ot her in .suia'l means, . A in three eirgs sue app house, fceveial wee'ts lur?uoon she .ijpe-r- e 5 kitchen with "(jood nioiii:,. Mi- lettiin soinclhn.g oii I lliil lu. It fta,- ' morning and these aio Kggs aie eggs ou -tl.o-eoj.1 K Hln t HC 1 ou'. . cart?'' Lmulun Exchimj& ; : & ..'u&2J.'. 'ir. n rrirf ji . -- tS -- , l w. JMi'plcloas Circumstance. Sam Johnstng has been suspected of stealing dogs in order to obtain a reward. he had with Judge l'cnnj -A coiiYcr-Rtio- n encourages tho Idea that he is nono bunker too honest. "Kf a man was ter steal dat fine pointer dogob yourn. how much roward would you gib ter get him bick, Jedgc?" "Boss, ghnnio four dollar; and I'll jess luff dat dog alono. Dcm a u tpccial tales which I ain't oilering do general public. Dar's a circus a coining, and I'so got tcr hab ri . - lB viV vv.-iv- i vri. A llesper-.i- t "About five dollars." His tale is toid a grc woine oue to tell; Thecri Unit rlsts. visoious and tell, I'nglits thi banana llond. U is his knell! Ihey've vanlit and hunt' tho wretch- - and uone n wcu Nor pnij t r, nor plaints their justice could abate. Pculant, in rather solltnr)- state. -- money." Texas Sifting?. HI. "I hear Hill Tuubs lung last Friday, rem e Tlio Tvor!ll!c5 bodv swings or him who late b'luncd as related ho deserved his fntol C.uoo 2"if!mnf. cop. "Yes. ho go: it i lean "Hid it kill h...- ."Uli, no. lie nojirovii FORCIBLE DECISION. Judge I eterson's 0ilnlon ou the Average A fast." "I'm glad to hear that, got shot. vouV" .Kpettet i5flSing he flute-lik- "A blesiing? How do you wean"" "You said he w.v getting bjtler, didr.'t y. m& A fa V; , i 'SL.. YArAf ij:,,W,, L.JII i J4 "Yes." 'Well, hefoie he was shol. he was getting worsoall the time, and if anj ll. ing could make him get better. I'm glad he's got it, that's why." .Vcrcuint Trurc'ti. IMucatlonnl Notf. Colonel Verger, accotnraiiietl by his littlt son, went cut last Saturday for a walk. Colonel Verger had forgotten to take his watcli with him. Ileing desirous of knowing what time it was he to!d .Johnny to ask a young man close by what o'clock it was. VIII. uri 1tfy Klmlliearteil Wirp. Mr. Jobb!es.viz7.Jo came in to supper, morose and sullen, and when Mrs. J. t.vit-te- d him on some of his shoilconiing, he snapped out: "If there's anything iu this world I do liko to see, it's a fool."' "Ah, love," she answcicd, tendcily. "do you? My hand glass Is right on my dress-ing-cn- J" ' r1,i!r"If-I1!'- i tISBI' c nl-e- and you have my permission to use it just at you wish. 1 do so love to havo my husband enjoy himself. Mcrclutnl Trav- eler. Hound to lie at Home. Said & stransor in a Texas town to a ne gro with a bundle: "Is Colonel Snort, editor of the Crosby alms-l(ou- County Clarion and Fanner's Vimlicutor at home?'' "He am bound to be at home. He jess can't be novvhar's else, hcah! heah!'' "How so?" "I'so taking his shirt to dc laundry tjr hab it washed. You jest bet he is at home until I brimes back dis heah garment." TewM bifliwjs. IV. Kill Collector. A powerful decision was recently against bill collectcrs by a Nashville Judge. The Judge. It .seem?, is in the habit ot taking an appeal when a b.U is presented to him. This annoyed tho collectors. One bold young fellow was detei mined to face the jurist in his den and argue fiom tabulated evidence, showing that tho Judge was much in debt to a wholesale liquor house. The unflinching joimg man walked into tho court loam, took a position in lront of the Judge's desk and said: "This is Judce Peterson I believe.'' "Yes tho Judge answeied, as he suspiciously eyed the young man. The collector handed the Judge a bill. The Judge looked, at It, locognized it as an old acquaintance, liaiulod it hack to the young man and said: "Toll them that I'll come by and settle.'' "They've heard that several limes al"Now I ready," the collector replied. want to know whetliet to conic back here oi not." "No, you needn't." "Well, then. I'll stay until von lender your decision."' The Judge ilevv out ovei the desk, like a piece of whalebone, and knocked tie young man down knocked all his teeth into the southeast corner of his month. It is likely that the yonns man mav appeal fiom the decision, but it should teach a lesson to bill collcctois. Why, hang It, when a man st.ys that he will be aiound the first of the mouth whv don't they thank him politely ami retire'.' Arhamaw Tiavclcr. ren-dei- doses, Dr. Darling finds of ammonium the best roin-ed- v of muriate carpenter invaiioiis shop-- . I in neuralgia and in toothaehe.a sin in onfoieed idlctn ss now, as during gle doso ot halt a drachm being otten . most winters. Clu'tujo sufficient. A". J". PERSIAN WORKMEN. Maryland, My Maryland. Marvlnnd legislators who nro always 1 Iu Ir.I'i liuitiv c VVorklns Tools anil s.j teui alivo to th public inKTCsts havo endorsl of AV'orl.. w discovery. P.el Star Cough Cure, What iinplenientsthey sed in ancient the because it contains neither morphia nor n the times we know not; but ojiium, and ulways cures. The price is only neither rule, Compaq ii5 cents. artisan has nor spirit-le- v ol. He is commonly ignoA rnovsnn snys Hunger isth" !cst rook rant ot the fact that the diameter is the That may lo$o,'bul hunger hasn't got anythhd ol the cireuiiifciciico; Ids pnileL thing to cook. 2Jtai ami smjrurs. are prods turned bv a PERCHERON HORSES. he has no hatchet, but only an 10 Yearn' Ktcperiencc. ade. and no carpenter's bench. If he To a Tribune ix'porter, Mr. A. P. desires to piano a board, he puts it on the ground, and if ho would saw a Chamberlain, who for 10 years has bem block oi wood ho siju:it on the ground the proprietor of the " Old Hull's Head him-e- ll and holds it his toes, Now York City, aid: "1 drawing tho saw towards himself. Stables' keep exchange and sale stable?) for i Wood is sC;,reo. and with such tools hard thousands of which annually ' to work. It pillars are to be con- hor-os- , stituted, the trunks of poplars aro come to 1113- - stable? from all parts ot raised and simply stripped of their the country. J don't deal on my own brnnHies and bark. They mnv bo aocount to any extent. The French crooked, but th.it matters not; the nias-t- horsed have good feet and stand tuc workman tells his subordinate to pavements better than the Clydesdales, shape the tiinKr into an elegant pillar and bring a better price on the market. with fjatclt. Depi nding only on his eye The Clvdesdalcs arc blim and the skill of his hand, this simple waisteil antl lack action, artisan ajiplits to the plaster round the thelv few of them are now brought 10 trunk in tho form of a tinted pillar and this market. The demand is largelv crowns it with a graceful capital and for French horse-.- . I vv onld advise the cornice, showing a lively inventive farmer and breeders, who are breeding fancy. If judged by the strict applica- horses to sell on the New York market, tion ot rule and compass, these decora- to breed from French 4iors.es in prefer tions may sometimes deviate slightly encc to all others." Chicago Tribune. from a straight line, but ot the ar- rereheron stallions of tho finest qualitv tistic beauty of the conception there and with choicest pedigrees, registered can bo no iieslion. Wall and ceilings in tho rereheron Mud Hook 01 aio tastefully decorated in liko manner. arc annually imported in immense "Lightness combined with strength numbers. Within the past two years is often gained in Persia by building a 1,000 have been imported and collected bricks, wall of square by one linn alone. in a m ai ranged in hollow cubes-aThey arc cemented tocalled "she"' BeWnvis a gether by a layer of cargil, or mortar cause sho is most at home Tvben spaikmg if. Paul mixed with straw, over which, in turn, lollows a coat of white plaster. Where iciiuDnops curelnl minute. 25o great strength N required the angles Pike'sTooth lx?autlfle. 5c. G(Mn'gSulp?itr.si)-.ealsBnaro fortiliod by a layer of burnt bricks. 0 rn.cs Coh.n ItKMOvr.n kiilsCornsi Ilumons. Such a vvall will tand for age. It is interesting to watch tho builders at TnE fisherman who got a bite from tho work. They wear long tunics, which mouth of a river has been lieaid from. aro tucked into their girdles w hen winkTrie lowels mav !e regulated, and the ing, display ing a length and muscular stomach strengthened, with Ayer's Tills. development of limb I have never seen equaled elsewhere. The 0110 above sings A boil in the kettle is worth tv:o on your out in musical tone: uroiitcr. in the; nose. Chirago Tl'gtM name of C5od, tos me a brick." The No OpiuiM, in I'iso's Cure for Consumpone below, as he throws the brick, sings tion. Cures where other remedies fail. Oc. in reply: "O my brother, (or, O son of behold niv uncle), in the name ol IC00KE knows the value of flowei-- who a nncK: r. 0. H. lUuimnirt. in hasn't botany. L'oston half-drachm D SfQREST'S BESI -f-7- HE Tn'-uiic- l'-.-- t. that nmbsr. iw -- Itlintratril iriji Orlglmtl Steel Kiiyrnrm imjs. I'hotoijrarttrei ami Oil J'ietum. Ilicb coiy or TKmcrctOa l!u"t!i.7 -Jlazii!s" A oujv.B Ord-'tti ling It h Me- n t!. Iittn of jay pa:ta Uliistra'ed In lh f hton i.''paitsit la In aay f.f f'z s n.in','v.Tirt(I r. Of all the Magazines. th n-- sjts.rlbr or Popbawrs triUo lh cnt suj p for ;tj(e. w! rtUe c.u pltt pattire, ! t! e z ai.d tlnd froii tlic MailM cou'alcia; tbe ..pier. I ll7 coupon .tilli hy re'nra tnaJ. may f e.ect, to-d- a Per-fcin- - J twprly cct 'rt'i. irrciit number with Patlsri ' . nanil'-ttrt.c j fi' z.ht fr a year al ft otEi ev.r2'' sw iii.l kiinis frc!'ctei. r rr, lnttuding tvrtWe full f te, cut jnllcra;. of i!;M .., ies j t'.licw-- s Dcfro-cs- t. OHLY TWO DOLLARS JSfi. W Jc- -j 1 Pu'j'.s'ier. 17 L 1 4Sh St., NfvYcrV. iEiirc'C! -- , llSi4 . bow-Mrin- g; ei asdcHi. If 3, try f fchort-ribbe- d, crjaie. Is tlec"".BClee.ft!lTlKCT-.!lcswl.l- c Is so'Iicr ush'y cOuXca in Its BiwUuIacurc that verr llMle power .f titiiBcitlvcctTiimlsnecciiary.aad lis t'tcn.tcalns prcpertlc s aru lian clous. ltt.rooartftli'-l- . i J rtwttut laclr the pojrrr a ilr.Jf lite the atdcs.-rt-t cT Ut :c rotlr-eatl'eI Foutirjrth.jlIt. nt j ; These Discs represent the j "rSgm &S&7 opposite sides of D. H. DOUGLASS It&f&HiJIW &. J Capsicum Couh Drops for Coughs, Cold3 und Soro Throats, an SOWS' ny sun-drie- d ingo-nious- lv Alleviator of Consumption, and of frreat beaeilt in most cases ct Dyspepsia. (8EVJSE CF IM'TATlOh'S.) years rirtrienc aro tlic result , USJECIiS. la lletull price 13 ctnl. prr qiiarlrr pound. r cop3-tn3in- s s roll SALE II V Al L Pl.ALr.K'v block-hous- e. e lln-tild- . d Y HEADER of tiiis paper send ing a postal cam to J he (. lntl icy v0. asKing tor ineiu vv iu a specimen number of J net u.n- TniY and the first sixteen page3 of Iho current volume of St. Nicholas with chapters of one of the mot delightful children's .stories ever writ ten. The publishers a ill also send an attractive lNt of their books', etc., telling of something for every one. Address the card to The Cnvrrnv Co., Now York. C ntui-i)- . - ra. s L SkMm 9 ... x,.w P'' rint KWScd.1 f jr I'rt-- L CIPiRitl ,!.,, I aisl 1 m C0l"XTRV, the jotera inert Land and CHEAP RAILROAD " to-d- Sa " 'in' -- . v'! ICvldence of Total Ilepraity. The oiing man happened uJ be a student "How is tuat you can tell Mish whopof the Univcioity of Texas. He replied to pers?" asked a caller, addressing the edithe Inquiiy of Johnny: dcpaitinent. "Tell join pa 1 don't know what o'clock tor of the "Well, you sec," replied the editor, "our it is. I, too, have been obliged to soak my wife's name is Anna.'' watch." Texas Siftlnys. "What has that to do with it?" "A gieat deal. When we are writing A friend Indeed. " You seem to be a man who is haul uy lish stories we usually have Anna uigh us to help us." for money?" said Ullliooly, who is always The caller was cairied to the hospital. trying to borrow money, to Colonel Lordly. Imcricaii Aiujlr.r. ' You aie mistaken sir," responded LordTho .Market in Their favor. ly loftily, "I am well provided with money." First Tramp 1 say. Bill, have yer seen "Blamed glad to hear it. Let me con- do paper dis morniii'? gratulate ) ou that you are in such affluent Second Tramp Yes. ciicuuistances, ami andthen )ou wont First Tramp How's stocks? object to lending me live dollars." Texas Second Tramp Dey was way up yesterSifUit'js. day, wid pro3pecks of turder advauces fish-stor- A one of the largo retail th.thiiigj stores of Wushingtoirstrect an old lady. Wuek docs a man impose upon lnmieU accompanied by a tf a boy. ' When he taseshis meinoiy. both fresh troni rural pan, ajipoarod, If afflicted with Soro Eyes us Hr. lsiiao m r an 'llie old lady inquired: ulcer overcoat tow lit this lad?" "Yes, Tlioiniisou's Eyo W'uter. DruKistsseH it. 25c. ma'am." replied a poit .salesman, AN' anomaly Baked dog i sometimes an havo ylecr. varioloids, typhoids, and meal. all the fashinnalilo styles."" "Dear 1110," Indian the aged Woman. -- I think I remarked liuve made a mistake. Ain't this the General Hospital? .Conic, Nathan, let us go tow some clothing store. And awjy thev wont to the chagrin of the woliid-b- e vvitlj cleik. Mutton HvduU. THAOE Vi MARK. -- Evert one is perfectly satisfied who uses Buckingham's I)yo for tho Whiskei-s- . laV. V.asli.nitonar..lOicirtTi. Tteltel.VErlc-.iltnral- . S1S1 :raxinijtDlTinjlxTluilnu!;oiBtiJ-eltIcr-. TO1 ACH-- , CHAS. D. LAMBORN, Sal' l.nml ouiiullor. M. I'mil. .Mlnli. llWnslnMmntsut lKkl.0L1.M1ml.711a. PIANOS-ORGA- NS Tlielii.am.L.rlUo"irruVil3I lsO.VAi1l.lVI.a I now j larvicttiat.i'eeoniladdl-ll.nio'hcfi liciwraf r Io not tun ha T"iu:reice-U2rleraniut inning ' I'htus on the iiiiii; Catjli.ctie,iree. to UOO. Kor i'.l ile ot OKfJ V.NS. ? Cash. Kay I'j.raien:j. or llmtviL I.I.N 1'IA.MIS f 111 MASON & HftHUH ORGAN AND PIANO COMPANY, 146 Wabash Ave., Ghicagot!ll. No Rope lo Cut Oft Horses' Manes. Red Star i !V7VSs Kltnn.l itltllll.i: cRacotl; n.ppeUlynoj'Iir'. snj' tie Ila.tcrlusji iisrtclT the l.s Jr mtSi free, on Terr pc ut 1 . Sj'"! bv fal .v Hl httli'Vry, IlavJxrare nt lUrue.s f tfSwYxm j)&irrs. sprciai icuunt 10 uit IVife-U-i TridP. rjsend ,)t LicaTUOtK,i:ohiftcr,: ' TKE MARKETS. ( i.NCt.sNATi. y llpeeiubpr . ! LlVEfcTOLK Court 1'BCkOp. SHt'.EI'- - l"co.i:ocioic' yr.oL'i.'-Kiiiniiv. Choice Hufhers. HOI'S f'oiii.rion. r:i!AIN Wlifet I'm lie Conimonfl 75 . T5 k. '. l- - ISsj. rOUGHlURE True from Opiates, Nineties aud rr IciAr Jjrt 1 7 Uilijrljoirv-ri'r- t Corn Mi. " Ilrr-- No lf'i ... a ... ... 3rJ ii . . I! 6.1 00 (a. : in 4 m s s 2.1 4 2.1 VI ASTHMA aiiiei'icepiciiecuicun-sacnjiit.ut.twiA. IPUREP cxinifart. fe :. : it. to .I.ItM (i 13 .VI Tmiolhy .Nu. J HA &. 0 TO TOItACCfi- - Cotntnon hups... - io '.; w.14 M t;ool 3!odititns . IU 410 3T! PROVISIOXS-T'oik-Mo- ss.. Ct, 6' i i.ard Pi'tnc steam '. U Cf, 16 Fancy lHlry.' .. HfrrKIt Creamery. ( an Uii: . 1 23 ft. 1 Vt Prime AITI - mixed. mixed.. J it (a- '.iv fi, :) SAFE. SURE. 2oou. 0 lnatfKtnnceiUitnujtfi.'ptxenl. Price OOP. and Sl.OO,0tIrngsiiirrlivrail Ssmrlo UEE lm.K.bJHiyi-MAJ..M.i-imMina forftamp tie wont casuuiisure AT lirsa-n- i PROMPT. llituu. UILil!I!LtS I.TOfiltF tOBAITIMOSr.Xr. IfllllKIIH WtKaBSt 4pHBMg. f "HB)9 I CAW MILLS W &S$Sfit : ALLHIZKM. " ccTnNiVS drenn-sty- . tlonary. Ill.i.trat- - POTATOI'S GKAlK-lVh- cat per barrel. 2T' . . 1 SO 3, 1 65 ter-da- y. NEW YORK. in - heart-break- s, suow-showe- r, 'ot a Particular Customer. Countryman (in Hailem cigar store) Gimme a good cigar. Proprietor A boud vat biice, my front: two for a cavoortei? Countryman Xo; two for live. Proprietor Do you vant a Madagasir filler tind a Skaneateles wrapper, orehonst a blaiu imborted? Countryman -- Plain imported is good 'uough fur me. A". Y. i'un. An Unrounded Suspicion. Mis. Clapper Arthur, I fear you da not love me. .Mr. Clapper--Wha ridiculous Idea. What nnkuj you think I have ceased to love you'.' Uecause you show signs of impatience when I talk to you." ' ll'm! Well, my dear, be assured that I love you' (a pause) "still" PiHiKiel-phl- a Cull. at and Westcin...? You take Broad street an' X. Y. Sun. First Ti.unp It's goin' our way. Bill I'll tako Wall. "..rrn tats " No.: thlcapo SvS.TJ ft. BiKtis wHiit ai" "ixiTaiis. Vie jA ' E Best Crash Sj run. TusickochI. g B 1" time. tiilJ bv j M r- -i TdltK l.Aiti) Mess mixed .Vo. 2 mixed Wi 3TH Ileinl From. Western steam CHICAGO. - ..... 0 ET'tftlO ST'i (3-- Cuaranlee fioes Dealer That painlimsl A W . ticelH. right-hearte- d Husband, Heed ThU Ieson. WalHngfoid, Conn., the oilier day, whose life had hceu saddened by a little iiuarrel. The day had been faxed for her wedding, and she and her intended husband bean to put down carpets in the house they wero to occupy. Sho wauled them 1 lid oiih way, he another. They quarrelled and separated, lie died shoitly aftervvaid, and tho lady never mar tied. This should leach women Hie dniiser vi VviuiHtiuz tueii liuVumfc cr iulu4d -- An old lady died In A bolty wl Art Utalcr A Ho its authenticity. .Madam Madam Well, wj won't crack? iiiekel mi a conv l und A out tho lover. I! urhitytoH l A lilKLlNOTON g;J wanted 1,0 ask about your uncle," he said as they shook hands. "Ho went to Saginaw, didn't he?" " Yes." " Went into business up there?" " Yes." " And I of a Bot- - money." heaid he was making a heap " Well he was, but " " Glad to hear it -- very glad." " Wei. dtuiiio. They've got him down iantco here before the United states Commissioner is It for UP "Ah! but I Kl.ont State and Western.. SIM Q.otf c? GRAIN Wheal No --'red MS 81 4f No. - Cliictpo Sprmp f6 Corn No." .... ft 2 Oats No i "A5i Kvo . ji 20 ft9',0 POK1C Mess JAHD ''i lUI mrlk !tar gpriT'y'JMf ! nil 'ttrlulkudUnn ijHiHimtt al m ikk uu Tur.. ..iiriiw IllllllCt 'mr 'net. vhiimMiv ncmLui ww utaadardDunuwciustriiii! aUu Aniiineiil l .rvii An ZAxn or Women In to ceil oar Eoodt-c iptirf ! frse. Bllrer-waf- Co. Beateo. iniraiMiw Cures Rheumatism. Nearalgia, IT 1 TUECIURLU i.TOCtltR IV.,B1LTII0RCBU. iurck, Ilrxifkr, imiiii, lH!cFirT"vCENTS.frtt ni n iits .Tt in ill 1 I tI'etc. lac! ." Dream r Jkerr. Inaluic. Itook. f. loru; Mtm. l.rtii r Wrlti rr ht If."?"'. l)!ci.A.KlTzarrt. Ill Ann fc' Ncrurk. X.- f Il4oViof t.ymna S"nt J4 50 Ct"'"' Family 5 81!ia GRAIN wbcal No. 2 Corn Mixed . J6 ( 37 mixed feW 25 Pork Mcsr... , PROVISIONS FLOCK BALTIMORE. LEPAGES CLUES !edlTttieltmzTmiActurrs nn r.itciisilcs m Iho irorM. rullmaii raHcCrCa.Xacn Ilamlm Oican ATlanoCo C . for aH ill, I, of At n jn uriean lion, k'lnta iti&Ja riihtspOJI It n dure. a tr nine ttraln of over 0ts Larrt-rtenn- nDP ilOstilXC forforcluir Brd on finoftth lll Cl Iter. 1103 Pit 3.on Raw nr -. i.n.."- - . wujerowEaJ c ia. iXl StorScc.tcaJcil vostW. IVIIdirtctKMglU.SCllSlTiCO., , AruacKB ant"".,"iirtT!ionnttHaittlloinn.ir.oc5.n'T-- p; Lt l u M L'' P "' W'?"? i without Ihe kntfe- 1 UIIVHIlWM.-Orc3i.Uj3Q0Ci.v.ork.- r. ea.. .ltn " Ah 1" Detroit Free Press. Mnutlis to Feed. AhP CATTLE -- HrM DOGS .. quality. 1 ! 75 ii .5s It 5 Si iff. 350 ftrilmi I l999LWaTlf frost-bitte- n. "f bsi-vau- !'hcd fcer INDIANAPOLIS Wheat No. 2 red ..... f Corn inlxeil... . Oats mixed.... IX1UISVILLK . Flou r A No. 1 GR Al N Wheat No. 2 red . . . Corn mixed . Oats mixed pOHK niveJ 4 W II Ml H B. C fctxchl fflVnim t A. CO..K1 ft ft 90 28 4 58 ,ir ifo-f- c. Treated nal tord -- sigut-seaiu- g; Urown: Stcdeny (to servj t I know Mi IMisa lent "St' i 1 - lit fffMll)rtuftftpui0akii tut 1 tki imt h:U4y ei lit.iTi. it. I'm Tto u?jf. H?i Yotuis Mother (displaying the baby) Isn't she a dear littlo. thing, Mr. Todauap (father of a lars family Yes, they're espemlvs. 1'w got j'tx vi 'tia.- fe'Ulh W Tod-map? li ... 93 38 81 J 1600 Pounds TO A SQUIRE I5CH. .Vri yaur nunt null tuQfFL TWO GOLD MEDALS. J, iurora. 1. ac uo it. All If UU swuro n tualrtu f",lo"al ho It KTVBT. lU-- f istM l)p.ijca t. i;oga.ftX.y. iuaK.fru 10U3 A.N.K-- B F. L. roND. M Orim. 1454. TI WHflP ADVCHTIt,Ht tHI WHITlMCTOUM'AiJverilMiiitlil y imi Mucri Mff u rH 1MM la - - ,, Si iS-:-.T I -' . C74 . J y I '.- - Ziitu?r j4ji r QBstwiMTxrjrxM The entertainment riven Monday night, by the pupils of Central Academy, under the direction of Miss Adello Allen, was one Fresh country Lard, at round of praise and applause Rogers. well deserved, from the beginning to the ending of the programme! Nice Sausage, at Rogers'. Every child and person engaged deserves the highest compliment, Lye Hominy, at and each act and piece was as near Rogeb perfect as it could well be. We . are proud of the school, proud of the teachers, and proud of each 1886. pupil. Don't write it 1SS5. The operetta of Genevieve at City election Monday. City Hall, Tuesday night, as the A happy Now Year to vou closing exercises of Miss Daisy Castleman's music sclTool, under all the direction of that accomplished Ilick man merchants arc jubi- - young uuiy, was a mgniy crcdita lant over their unprecedented, hie and eniovablo good holiday trade. iLittlo Miss Lalla Kuucrr has a Mrs Press Berry, of Ilirkinan swp,ct' phtintive oice, well suited county, caught her clotiiiug on fire to the personation of Genevieve. from u grate, and was burned to and sang her part exceedingly well, while Miss Jessie Leo Gardeath. rett as Isadore, shows good cultiWe are requested to an- vation, winning applause and adnounce that Elder William Belt miration throughout. Tho other will preach at Poplar Grove, next characters in the operetta as repSunday, at the usual hour. resented by Misses Carrie May The OouEinu neglects to Garrett, Lizzie Goalder, Ethel print the names of Hickman ladies Parker, Maggie Warren and Cora who will recivo New Year calls Underwood, were well rendered because the list is not full, and descrvo high complimeut. and we don't desire to show par- The orchestral music, under the leadership of Mr. J. II. Millet, as tiality. well ns on Monday night, was the Two colored men, Winstons by name, got to projecting with a best wo ever heard in Hickman. pistol, Christmas day, at Iieid's Tho instrumental performance of Miss Bertie Bullard, and vocalimill, and one accidentally shot the zation by Mr. George Bullard were other in the jaw. Wouud is not fine, and added much to the pleas fatal. ure ot tue evening. Mr. Ben. J. ITertwcclc and Somers' vocal solos and Blind Joe Miss E. M. Piggott, both of Hick- on the violin Avero repeatedly enman, were married on tho 27th. cored. Congratulations of numerous In Tcxft. friends are extended, and many Great excitement lias been caused in the wishes for a long, useful, prospervicinity of Paris Tex., by tiie remarkable ous and happy life. recovery of Mr J. E. Corley, who wan so The Kentncky Legislature as- helpless he could not turn in bd, or raise sembled Wednesday. The Demo- his head; everybody said he was dying of Consumption. trial bottle of crats of each Houae met in cau- Xew Discovery A was sent him. Dr. King's Finding LOCAL NEWS. To Our Friends umd Patrols : On beginning tho Xow War, wo CITY ITEMS. CYPRESS SHINGLES. first-cla- -- noi-formo- ! our many friends for tho i ry liberal patronage so cordially bestowed on us the past year. The year just closed has been tin; most successful ono in tho cari-eof this house, our trade far exceeding even our own cxpects.tions. It is our wish to still further increase it the coming 3 car, and build up a trade second to none in this facction. "With this object in view, wc shall continue our old goods policy, of selling first-clas- s only at low prices, with fail dealing to waul all, believing tl lis to be the only true and sine road to micccss in our business. Our lorce this ,ear will consist of Cites. Smith, Lee Klliijo,), Tim t!. Balt Walton, Cam Bice, and zer in the Dry Goods depaitmeut, and All'. M: Daniel and 11 iircue Xajlor in tho Grocery a foiTce of clerkh which iusuics polite attention to all our customers. Each one will be glad to meet all hit. friends tho coming year, and to make as manv new onet as possir desire, to express our thanks to in every respect, kept constantly on hand, and for sale at loue.--t prices. H. BUCHANAN. peptll All heart Cypress Shingles, s oliday Gifts - xox f-- Fresh Canned Goods, at Rogers'. THE freshest and best Oysters by the can, or erred at any hour, and m any way always to be had during the present season, at tho of ladies solicited, and The special; arrangement for their polite atde-irc- d, OYSTERS! hall I iri?g 7 WIIEKE CAtf I BUY A KCIT Al!i,F, CJIf ttSTM AS PRES-I- T :K OittL 1IS51IEI WI1SS V 0 AT ITS KEA1L VALUE? Before deciding these4 ful and varied stock. questions wc invite you to examine 05? beauti- tCLcitli LACLEDE HOUSE. Cturlltiunmi', the Watrh maker, U sweepour now located in Moore & LamlrumV drug womampr store. His skill and reliability ha been proven, and l.c is located hero permanently to alwiiy make pood his promises. ha3 K it rtJ n;:: mi, the cstabliihed a reputation as a skillful work man second to no one in his line, ami hundreds for whom he has dne work will evidence his reliability. Call nt .Moore & Landrum's. Watch-imVer. streets, and lowering elouclsthrualen snow, the average man; at new store, Fuqua & DeJ?ow's old stand, has an endless yarufty of child, bethinks himself or herself; of itooks and Fancy Stationery, Papeterics of all sty? and finish Pons Lap Tablets, Albums, Card Oases, 4ards &c .t-Pencils, Fort-folio- s, ' and I oys in endless variety. o' MES. JENNIE GARDNER,' ' ' WARM WHIR COVHtn ''"ii to jaisMisjjssfj ble. to-da- y, Thanking 3011 again generous patronage, and trusting that our efforts to please jou in the future, will meet with thooamc hearty appreciation as in the past, wo wish would here remark, a a gentle reminder, that we carry in stock Il'irlinanie, is loea every conceivable and desirable shape of TI10 he ted permanently in for your fixes your watc'i. isIlirkinan; atund if to always homo Wntch-miker, 0 prove the reliability of his work. Jir.-tiam- cs IVii-ituiiic- you, ono and all, a h.ppy Now Year, ami the same sua cess in your different avocations is wo "Siiii't fonrot that Salmon's & Haas calctilatcro make the human family happy. It is not necessary to add Hog Cholera remedies arc guaranteed to hao had for tho past year. that these goois can he purchased lower of us, than elsewhere, as our Vorv respectfully, stop the Cholera among boss ami keep them froai taking it, or money refunded, reputation for II. BUCHANiLN'. J. W. COW GILL, Druggist. The war in Europe seems to have petered out, as nothieghas ItiM'Ulcirs AritU'ti Knlo. 6 appeared about it in the cablegrams Tun Bests in the world for Cuts, for several days. Bruises Sores, Ulcers, Salt Ithenm, Fever , vt-vn Chloride of Lima, Milphito of Iron, Carbolic Acid, Chloride of 'Sodn. For a'o ni COWGlLL'sJ Drug Store. All kind of Disinfectants HSOLnDB siij 59 ? pi! ft lew Itk-k-, l:j & Occuniod by Bros. I Co. dged s e gramme was to organize Wednesday morning, but the CouKicn has no later news. Among the coming candidatOB we hear the name of Willis F. Cau- Boffe, of tho Cayce precinct, autmutii o pretty authoritatively mentioned Frankfort, Ky., Doc. 30. The as a candidate for County AssesHouse Democratic caucus last sor. He is a clever man, competent for the place, an old citizen, evening was called to order by and would make a good assessor Hon. J. Stoddard Johnson, who explained that in the absence of if elected. other authority ho had taken the The announcement of the liberty of suggesting the time and death of Hon. James E. Bailey of place of the caucus. Ularksville, which occurred at his T. J. MeElrath, of Carroll, was residence Tuesday morning at elected Chairman, and E. Polk 7 :45 o'clock, will awaken a mourn- Johnson, Green R. Kellar and ful feeling in the breast of every Willis Riugo, Secretaries. A resAmi ki?s ail punliinj- m the morn, Sflectr.t MesMUgx ou lb em !ieU. Tennesscan who esteems personal olution by I). A. Neale was adoptAnd when lifis'u twilight Uonr (hall came, worth, and sets a value on eminent ed providing that candidates for A uil Tuning wyrJj to earth are given, Mhj velrottiiag aneU inp thesi heme, talents conscientiously devoted House oflices bo nominated in the To he and lore agilri til luaTea. to the welfare of the State. order in which they are elected 15 Y FiaEXDS. We can all remember when a by law, and that in voting for can"2:4.0 horse" was a marvel of speed, didates the party receiving tho ('HUISTJIAS ItXtlTS. but this has become antiquated. smallest number of votes on tho On Dec 24th, E. E. Sotterfield ami Mrs. The New York World in a recent third ballot shall be dropped, this Henrietta Wallis. issue publishes a list of about 700 to continue till a nomination is On Dec. 27th, J. O. Armstrong and M.is3 horses which liavo made a trot- reached. Mollie Haekett. The Senate caucus organized by ting record of Jt) and better duOn Dec. 27th, B J. Ifcrlweck and Mi: a ring the past season, giving tho electing J. II. W. Smith, of Lay V oous 'Erjirriggott? sires and previous record. This fsville, Otiairjnan,"!mlI)r. On Dec. 30th, C. C. Douaho and ilisa would show a great improvement Secretary, and both adjourned till Ellen Ilubber. this morning. in American horses. , cus, but adjourned without efl'cct-m- g an organization. Tho pro- relief, lie bought a large bottle and i box of Dr. KiiiR'i Xew Life Pills; by the time he had taken two hoses of Pills and two bottles of the Dicoveryi &c was well and pounds. Trial had gained in flerh thirty-si- x Bottle-of this Great Diacoverv for Con sumption free at Moore & Landrum's. tJJtcraJc rv Soiss, Tetter, Chapped Hand", Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and post lively cures Piles, or no pay required. It At the home of the bride's mother, Mrs is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, Fultqn county, Py., at 7 or money refunded. Sue IJransford, of Price 25 cents pir o clock, r. M , Dee. 22nd, ISSS.by Rev. N. box. For Sale at MOOHE & l.ANDHUMS 1. Itamsey, Mr. D E. Iteeves and Miss Lula May IJransford. 5;ccln! police. many bargains too numerous to mention. But come with vour fijWf, Attendants Mr. E F. Thomas and Miss Allpennns indebted to the firm of Ron Emma Scarce ; Mr. Will Nay lor atd Miss and we 11 discount them. No humbng-- we durant & Drewry, will please come forward have the goods, and mean Mattie Luton. what we say. an early day, and make settlement. e solicit your inspection of our Clothing, which is The bride was elegantly dressed in pearl at Oflice at E- Collins' drug htoro Alexander most extensive we have ever handled. Overcoats from S2 to 20- - tha white brocade silk with cream lact and & MiawcIPs old stand. from a 4 year old Boy, to the largest man ; Children's Clothing, all' size ribbon decorations. The bridesmaids ere BONDUUaNT & DREWRY. sizes radiant in their dresssa of cream nun a Ilicknnn, Ky., Feb 12. 18S5. Our lines of Heavy Boots and Shoes is unexcelled foe long wear. AVe and prices; Men's and Boy's Clothing, from $2.75 a Suit to $25, the veiling. or Rubbers. We handsomest line ever shown in this city. Ladies, Misses, and Children's can litany man, woman or child in Arctic Over-shoeThe groom and his attendants were atKotlco. raps, the latest styles, at lowest prices. The greatest tired in the usually imprestve costume add. assortment of of black .uth white satin ties and black An election will beheld at IheCity Hall, ioots and bhoes. Sole Agents for the eclebeated Douglas Shoe, sold for in the city of Hickman, Ky.. on Monday, kidslovcs Alter the ceremony the bridal party with the 4th day of January, 1?S, to elect a Za cv.er'T l)a,r guaranteed ; you can' t beat them for 5 or SG. The Red fcchool House Shoe for children, from No. 4 to No. 2; caVt be their many relatives and fiieads, partook Mayor and six Counci linen for 1jSi. beat of an e'egaut cupper prepared by the I5v order of the Council. every pair warranted . Honor us with a call and you will not ibibibibibK regret it. DeclS-td- e K. E. MILLET, C. C. bride's m ther. which w'is enjoyed by all After wishing these worthy young jcoplo aiaiaiaiaiaiaKi much joy and happiness in their wediied A GOQQ DWELLING HOUSE FOR life, the merry throng departed to meet whereof we sneak when we say that wc can and will sell them again the following morn to partake SALE, Lods a great deal cheaper than any other house in ilickman, of a sumptuous dinner given in bono? of AUo, a'l claims Willi all conveniences. the occasion, by the groom's pareuts. vou a muh larger line than any othere carry. and accounts due J. W. Corman & Co j Jlaj floer, like J y gems aJora Apply to I.ifr's eunuy path where'er they tread. 3(AKu:n, 1 This large and commodious building is jam full of new goods, and to be the greatest assortment and best selected stock ever' brought to this market, Never in the history of Hickman, have goofo is universally known. Our counters are full of Men's,' Youth's and been oilered at such low prices, Joys' Overcoats, LaUtes, Misses and Children's Wraps. Extra quality op lilankcts, Quilts and Flannels. In Footwear, don't forget'that wc aro all "IISI i m mm iiif HEADQUARTERS. s - EMPJIjX alalalalalalalalalalalalalalalalalalalalalalalalam - ilceSS 3u T. R. Mi M A 1 1 AN. POSTA12S RATES. ijrrrsns. Letters are sent toany United States at two certs i post-ot":e lal ANDER 'V sIbibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibW tic all y, & ' MAXWELL. 0WWBH - I ) in the 'i ounce mt droii letters one cent I'nltr this heaJ anything wholly or partly writi'i NEUVl'AI"!.-. - Newspapers, periodica K' cl'iiely in prim, maiiea oy puuiiMieisi umpound. noO.c, Jetc. Books, circulars, and other mat'er whol .KililililililililililililililililililililililililV) ly in print, oie ec'it for each two ounce-or fraction thereof. .v--n ' H v - . -- SlBlBlBlBlBlBlBlBlBlBlBlBlBlBlBlBlBlBlBlBlBlBlBlBlBlBlBiH Ed Hoehn, supeiintedcnt of '.V!itit Can So Duiip. Hertweck, Baltzer 6c Cn's paint By trying Again and keeping up courage shop, is an artist of very rare inanv thinprs seemmzly nnpoSeioie may lc merit, and as a sign painter can- - attained. Hundreds of hopeless cases of not be excelled in tho United j Kidney and Liver Complaii.t have been sStatCS, and we mean exactly what cnrel bS Electric Bitters, after everything tried in Vnin So, don't jwe sny. Ho made the Courier i?,181""1 cure for iiiihk mere a Christmas present of new sign, Electric Iiittrrs.no There is no you, but ttv medicine so which is on exhibition in front of safe, so pure, an.l so perfrct a Wood Purirj-rt-i i- COUJRED. MKHC1I VtlU'F &c , l i"wai icya On Dec. 24th, Will Gardner and Browder. Itosa Jlet-ti- e All ot'.iT matter, ineiclrin lis cent an ounce or fraction tli.T.-of- . one etsi nrsirEnv nmajn miMim We arc now prepared to offer the citizens of Hickman and country and towns the largest and best eurroiu-m- g On Dec. 25lh, Allen Freeman and Browder. iORTEB BTQQl .HililililililililHi tie Feltaworth. Caisou. On Dee. 23th, Henry Williams and Mat On Dec 30th, Saddlery aijd Harness PLUMMER & - Ililroy Jones and Eettie FARRISS J ipost-ofiic- e, spection of tho work as a proof and wo challenge in- of tho merit doled vith stealing twenty-fiv- e wedding night, in Fullars, on his ton, was arrested by otlicer only a few moments the consummation of the marriage ceremony, and brought to Hickman, Wednesday, and incarcerated in the county jail. His fiuncr, flcttie irson, true to her plighted love, accompanied him to tho jail, but were kindly permitted where to go by the court-houshis Honor, Judge Murrell, nnited them in tho holy bonds of wed Bris-endinbt-fore) we claim for him. :IIilory Jones, colored, charg- e, Electric Hitters will cure Dyspepsia, I'roeecilingH. Diabetes and all Diseases ol the Kidneys, Invaluable in affections of Stomach and Liver, and overcome all Urinary Difficul Hickman, Ky., Dec. 23, 1SS5. ties. Large Bottles only CO cts. at Moore Council Present, Councilmen met. & Lacdrum s. Beckman, Case, DeBow, French, llamajje and Witling laiissL'i Arzn to On motion, Councilman Case was calh-the chair. The minutes of the last meeting were London, Dec. 29. Reports read, approved and sigued. fier. Council Jacfcxou St , npposile III CZ 11. IX, - Courier Office - - AT. HHP n T g IT Ia, g i w eq; foM; tsjjsj SIBIBIBIBIBIBIBIBIBW 11i nj dj ever placed on our counters. We have taken great pains in selectim; our goods, and as they were all bought before the recent advance we can give extraordinary low bargains. We especially invite the ladle's to see our stock of BaaaiBaiBi'i K- - Mil ,,' .' CLOAKS, JERSEYS, DRESS GOODS, LACES, EMBROIDERIES, N ECKWEAR. and the late noT-SSS- WELL selected stock of Saddles and irness. New work made to order. Prompt attention given to A H CStsVi fi?f(l the entire stock of K Furniture and Umlertaker'd Goods, from the T. Garaner, and Anuria it K IS.' A I 21 I M" G A HEAYY DISCOUNT, we are enabled to offer to tlie trade thec Rood, at prices which no other houses, that have bought their goods regular, can meet. Tlie stock is very complete, and comparatively in artistic and desirable goods. Parties wishing to new, showing ull the latest buy Fine or Medium Furniture, will certainly neglect their own interests if they fail to see our stock. We not only show the most artistic and latest designs, but wc des-igi- 6 r e, lock. it affects theatres, was decided by the supremo court of Iowa tho other day. Tho point before the court was upon tho refusal to admit a colored man to a theatre. Upon this point the lower court and the supremo court both held that the plaintiff had no legal right to enter the theatre, the manager having refused to accept the mission price-Loui- s The question of civil rights, as between Servia and Bulgatia, and TAX COLLECTOR'S SETTLE Jl EXT. have been received here from a The finance committee reported the folreliable sourcePboth in St. Petersapr24 burg and Vienna, to the effect that lowing settlement with the City Tax Collector.at both these capitals the feeling $o,311.14 amount Groceries is growinjr that war between Rus- Totaldelinquent tax book 120 5S list Balkan Less sia and Austria, over the 25cts Lower than tlio Lowes dispute, is almost unavoidable. So, 190.50 have no clerk exponsss no store ren Active war preparations by both Cr. by 5 p.c on $5,190.50 5250 53 und pay cush for all my Groceries, and countries have been going on ever "Treasurer's receipt, $1,972 01 So.232.47 herefore can sell as cheap ns the cheap since the outbreak of hostilities st. Best brands of Wittenberg and I.on 1 of any kind. lie has secured the services of that well known an 1 excellent workman, Uncle I'ob farriss, which of itself is a guarantee of good and faithful work. All goods as represented. Call and see them. J. AMBEEG'S SONS. tho Russian and Austrain armies aro being actively and secretly arming in anticipation of war, Much color is given to these re ports by heavv orders for stores and ammunitions of war placed by agents of the Russian and Aus trian governments in this city. Overpaid by collector $41.91 t.ar Flour, 25 cents cheaper than the low On motion, baid settlement was approved JOHN WITTING. and a check ordered issued toG. M. W'.I bum, tax collector, hr $4191, amount overpaid. ACCOUNT ALLOWED. considerable money Wc can truthfully assert that on a great many articles, our price and former prices differ by 30 per cent. We can actually sell you goods at wholesale prices, and then have a profit, and that is more inducements than any Furniture Store in West Tenne.Mee or Kentucky, can oficr. We propose to make Hickman headquarters We cordially invite an inspection. for LOW PRICED FURNITURE. Parties coming in nt night for Undertaker's Goods, will find J. T. Stepbenp, or Jft3. Darnell, at Montgomery Ilouc. ism i si?i m m all mm, J. W. COWGILI, DEALER IJST 7 STEPHENS & MAXWELL. m, X DEUGS, PATENT Trusses AND Abdominal I The following accounts were presented less THE COURIER-JOURKA- L. AN ad- The ISrunt 3aia;iEnersi. There is a bad fooling among tho members of tho memorial committee appointed to raise the million-dolla- r Grant monument fund. This unpleasantness grew out of tho publication of the names of the entire committee, with the amount of money subscribed by each to the fund, 1 publication which disclosed the fact that several hundred of the committee who have so constantly appealed to tho public for subscriptions have not expended one dollar themselves. McClellan, Hendricks, Alfonso, Yanderbilt all have died during the last five months. Death is no respecter of greatness and our ranks aro being rapidly thinned. Pasteur, the French dis coverer of the ancient India practice of inoculation as a remedy for rabies, is a native of Dole, in the department of Jura, France, and is in his GOth year. He is not & physician but a chemist of local distinction, and ono whoso name is likely to go down to posterity with. Haivey, Jenner and other eminent discoverers of matters of interest to life and health. If this congress wants to enact ny legislation regardiug war mat ters, it certainly ought to be pretty competent tor tue purpose. Ot the 400 members of house and senate, 160 ufit into the late war." There are in tho house and senate ninety soldiers and sev enty warriors. It is rumored that Queen Victoria is to abdicate. When tho aro beginning children of to pick gray hairs out of their .heads the same rumor will come 'irayly skipping along by cable. The good old lady is not built ou the abdicating plan. Chicago News. Bbadstbeet's for the week reports the dulluess in wholesale trade common to the season. About the only notable exception is St. Louis, where dry goods movements have been full and ex-Uni- on properly approved, and on motion, were ordered paid : Hertweck, Baltzer & Co., repairing 5 2.23 tools..... 7 10 Jno. Witting, nails 3 85 G. M. Wilbum, for City Hall R E Millet, City Court Docket.... 13.75 40 50 Street Payroll ICG 20 Gravel contract ocuN or l.VUI (Jt isss LIVtNG IDEAS AND LIVE ISSUES. A.N Monopolies, 01lcrc!ilsm, r.nil tlie Spirit or SoctlcKal Strife. Tho Courier Journal i IIesbt Watteron Lie! ), h the aikTifiulolge,! Hepresenta-tir- t Kjfcspitiw oi ll.o Sout.i, li Democratic In r.ilh!, an first, HM, nn I nil tlie time is fcr a i eduction cl tao VVr Taxts n loieJ ya tho lviio by tua taU uo iu furcc, -1 or BIG STOCK oi cls-ytsss- , XD,TJO-0-CP T CHRISTMAS MEDICIN.ES! Sn;porli &' . jA 3?A.I3STTS TD1LET KRTICLES GbODI, &c., &c, &c. tayino orncEits. all the city On motion, ordered with the finance committee and that said settlements be reported at the On motion, ordered that checks lie issued to all the city officers for six month's pay 4C. STREET COMMISSIONED, On motion, ordered that a check be issued G. M. Wilburn for $200 00 in full for tht Tha YecWy '. next meeting. Grant, street commissioner, City Marshal, and waiting on Council. On motion, ordered that tho assessment of Goodhart and Ackland for 18S5 be remitted. On motion, Council adjourned. 11. E. .MILLET, C. C. Attest, fehly newf paper putilshnl In the Umitf.2 Matti, an t for tlir ijuuntltv uml quality ir :uttT .tint It.4 in eadi lfsuo of it, it I tlw tiiLii-K-Tte!e3r.'.5his nsws facilities oatcUn miv ctlir Iix.t, ami it Im the cr ices of tli alilo-- t writers anJ corresjXHiiIents in the coumrv. It tht r.eAS cf the week from m-tor the IVorid. Itfilvrs to its rrmlers throughout theitar n. grtater numher of Serial an.l ihTt Stories by ami popular writers than any of the high-primagazines. It is in every resptct a Model Polltlccl and Family Paper. tlio lt Courler-Jsurna- l aitir 4LL KINDS OF LAfPS, BOOKS AND STATIONERY. AGENTS FOE THE eSTPrescriptions filled at any OK KM, &C, &0., hour, day or night. &Q, ST. LOUIS MARKET. "Wheit. No. 2, offered at 92c ; bid 00c. Hay. Strictly prime, $11.00; mixed, $9.50 ; fancy choice, $12.50. throujhoct the L'mteil JrtatM tp ho n put iaIze; Riratin enterprits; Rrtot In nbiiitj ; great In it cornctn-or information; great in variety; great in every enifo of the it oral. ItisrAeiuiperlhatrreryiKxfjrshouU I ive. To Irft t.ithi'Ut it li a grntt opportunity t. Those t ho once take It aro not willing tr Lo uithuut it in their Louies. liajxT; preit s li-- Tho Weoklr Courier-Journby far tho largest Circalatiou of nayhra iu America. It li arknow KMsed l.y presa end people al WHITE tSR. r. m. King night bell after 10 o'clock 3?KESCRI3?TIOiSS SEWING .A. L. Moore can be fount! at the Laclede House, to attend SI'EOIA.LTir. calls. night MACHINE. to-da- y The Indianapolis Journal thinks Kentucky deserves to bo called tho "mother of Speakers," ffbeause it has been honored with the oflice eleven times. The Rothchilds estates of Em', land are estimated at one billion dollars, or five times as great a sum as Yanderbilt leaves. A thousand million dollars! A Roman astronomer announces that tho inhabitants of the planet Mars are trying to attract the attention of the people of the earth. f veal calves, $8 00 to $11 00. Mules 14 hands, 4 to 7 years, $S0.00 to SS5.00; 10 to 1CJ hands, 4 to 7 years, $150.00 to $175.00. Houses. Heavy draft, $125.00 to $160 good drivers, $80.00 to $110.00; plugs $15.00 to $40 00. Hoos. Butchers and packers paying from $3 60 to $3.S5. Cork. White, 32cai!lc. LIVE STOCK. Good steers, S4 00 to $5.00; Cattle. common, $3 50 to $4.00; scalawags, $1.50 to $2.00; milch cows, $20 00 to $55.00; of great variety are ottered fne to early rulscr,b- ua receini. oi a rcqnef t lor tliem, we eend e J cf cha.-c- e a sample copy of V, rekly Courier-Ju:.ran our Premium Supplement, our full lid of premium, to anyndJrt.es. Fi?EE PREr.IlUrflS. A li.t of hanJsotne and premium' 1 n. f.-- mm, mm Breech-Loadin- SbIABIiS. The old, popular and always reliable Hardwarehouse of Has a splendid stock of the very best makes of all kinds of Hardwarf Avhich are offered at N nl cIns BRE74SP, HICKMAN MARKET. 30c in the fir. lfor Therr are only 150 applicants . 4t ' - Thomas A. Hendkicks nevr the office of Be venue A cent swore an oath nor took ydrink-oKentucky. whisky or.a chew of tobacco. 1 ' Iliokman buyert are paying ear and 32c shelled, sacked and delivered at depot. New Orleans market paying from 43c Cork. lo 45c. Sunday, id months Ko travelinR aRent "are by tho . antet hut n food local useu 1 fur it in every ooniniunitj, to whoci a lil'ial allovt-dCourier-Journrash commistn is If lb: , Inn lo local agent In your nd to us for our Agent' ConvatsiiiR Outfit, which eo send fri e of cliarpe All subscription oroVrs, rejmts for outfit;, rspIo ;opi, itc, should be addrestcd to Conner-Jwiiriml, 1 . al naigtl-or-hood- aiithf.... DUly, (except Sunda), ono month..... . inniny, one year..... . c'ulTf,f Rtenndotcr.ttithout ..... 110 iah.. tr ttiryt clan ct fire te.tcs Sent us ct ons tire, thsse-- crcf cljiwl bjicni2;a prejtnl tay onjct Gur tree p'tm.ums.uclcd li) hin. D uly, (ex ppt 'Suu 'at , Mie jmr ..... $lf 00 llaily, (except iMiidny), us o 'li V.ekO, m, Weekly; one year, including a free pr-cpi am t SUBSCSIPTION 1KR1I3. .. ................ cmployeil .()(, 2 00 1.00 and that the very lowest the market justifies. be exactly as represented. onsTE All goods guaranteed to f 1 V. N. HvLDEMAN, Frnltst CtoW JcstsjI C, LOClSVILLr, KT. new Shotguns and tKOOtll theonens, in Hrovedbun Implements, Hunting Coats The best roof for the least money. Experienced workmen employed. isimMirPi, Gum Soots. These Goods will be sold at The attention of builders especially desired as this house will give Kstranter's and Has g ROOFING. Correspondence solicited. - x is, pricHject WBmz 5$feJW. spe- with any ther city in the country. Call and cial inducements; pr. , - ! 7?--- ... a. 1 s SSk JTS.M" ' f a, &b v V fc 'li - ilj- PuT, ,yZz 4 "f V . N"w i C r - . c . x- - P T v ' I N 5V 'STa-at j. !& UJM ) LY! - V ID (Mi Ills) in prices in the foil owing Goods: Overcoats at reduced prices. Men's Heavy Suits at lower prices than ever. Glen's Heavy Winter Boots, Big Reduction. Blankets, all kinds, at a big Decline. Ladle's Dress Goods and Trimmings, at Greatly Eeduccd prices. Honesty isiiic bcsl 1'olicy. Come and see. iLavms determined to close out the above lines 01 Goods, we offer Bargains "which will be bound to please all. x ! 1 ftl l I H. BUCHANAN. zszasoizitjcsxsaiasaarz.'u r An TCfTni'f Roino- Tnrl AN OPPRESSED CONTINENT, A Real Problem. JUDGE BIGGEPt. Democrats Together. "Prices continue slow" the universal complaint inlill trades, ami ilie Cry of Distress From the Boston, Dec. 2S. A Washing Interviewed hy a Louisville Compliment Cnji. as lonir as miccs continue low Old World. ton special to the Transcript says-Post Reporter. telone. j?k business is depressed and tlesti- - London, Dec. 27. If the ghost h vr fla number of prominent DemoTheOrensboro Messenger savs: tut0 ot fiM.ii.atio.., employment in- - of the Christinas of tlio nrescnt cratic KeprescntathoK.j iimm,., The Louisville Tost of Monday JIJLI JLVJL " contains the following interview was low' Tl Ul0S.e wh(? day could have taken Columbia them Speaker Cai lisle,- ha vo been 'Judge Uigger, of Paducah, was: TI10 Paducah Standard savs ISJ"A.STrI TEisrisr., b' ,thc,r abor discontented - ocr the expanse of the old world in contercncc for the last fewdys circulating among the Solons, Capt. Stone will have no formula- - lllv; . tra .. i.i : ocnuoi in nil maiiera pi cuucaiion 01r lounir rL.nuiea. No other school in i. .?. a.ml restless. Temporary depres- Friday night, she would have le- - for the puiposo of devising ti u icuuing oi bio opposition to his some is is Hnw nv rifnl.ir nemnnrat. in tho wo of lruiIe Jlru to, be expected 'alized as never before the full way to preveut a conflict between though ho soulnot of them. JIo Of, JL the South fincc tLe war has had so great succiss. PrenU can trust their children to for the it thorough and steady workiu.' For liberal turin, adilrtts heart and to, but " Tirst district could oppose Capt. and submittedthings if the present- measure of her own miraculously tllu president mid Congress oia,nHifljiersouai inemi, Mr election '.. DR. W. E.WARD. spaluing. condition of not tempoamong tIioiia-l"silver question. Thoy Stone. just after he has so gallant- Trtlblessed condition ! lull i it r f"faTl &4 lift 'f Iltjro in En reached the conclusion that uUess tions oi tlio lv beJause he is mv irien.L !rJsiHs-efflL",- 1, rope oui heart aches at the bound- some compromise is agreed upon uceuiibe ho is every inch a manht l- Ulat IS to end , i A, "OOOIllit ,. . .. it t. i.n 'lrT-m'TrrutFTiU r Tumor ' llclC not come. Many UIJ Dolll II1U which the uubnwil ii, CA11CIIIU business; ing misery illuminates. season's sides of the question,JI1CI1 ii termi- for the place. As to tho LegislaR,,t:oes linn i linni tn .....Woto,..i an The but ture as a body, am most lu it is pretty well determined that ".en are scithug down in the co- merriment tering among the poor of London, nable uoiitiict with the jtlminis-tr.itioimpressed with it. It is comthat low prices have come which always great, is now nsumer will again be a candidate lotion ia inevitable. said is posed of good timber. The main "ml V,,c, be to ihJnxst? next year. That would scare offi With a view to previiit this, question which will come up bebe unprecedented, and theusu klllUS Ot bUSIllOSS One IS for RfniiA'a nflmr .v..Q..fa :?...., al efforts at a Christmas allevia- - speaker Liirhsle has hat sovoial fore it will probably bo tho reveraou decency not prevent their to adjust themselves to the new tion seems to have been paralyzed interviews with the Jresident, nue laws. There is enough work (Corner of Jackson and Kentucky Streets,) and make the opposing his under order ofofit. things what does this by the immensity of the task, for whom he finds well disposed to on that item alone to keep l'SS But best other circumstances. Stone is a littlo organized treat the convictions f the compamtively men very busy for sixty days. Tho man of high character, and enjoys mean 1 How is business to ad h'as been reported. Any tremists with fair coisideration. method of assessing property is just itself to a condition of per- day during me tun continence of Ins coustit "C Speaker, finding the the past fortnight one all wrong, mid ought to bo changin which there uents and administration U0 manent low prices see thouands of taint and,tIcilt so well dispose!, suggested ed. Instead of assessing it every or a verv ior pioui, need not fear, a contest with Turragged wretches prowling outside tlm a compromise o some kind year it could just as easily be done OPENED, with now STOCK, out and out Fine, stylish RIGS for Lire. small one ! ner or any one else. rcasonab Ic. Patronage bolicited. the wharves, each ready to fight ue agreed upon, t which the every four or five years, saving a JUST These are hard questions to an in order to bo one of a President is said to nivo heartily largo sum to the State every j ear. swer, and it a lull anil satislactorv the other ,. : .,..,,..-.-. 'STJie Exemption I.mr. :.... .. ..it : ...:n score who wero admitted to a assented. Then the manner of paying taxes for 40 cents if a ship! It is now thought 3y many that needs attention. Let tho payer DwllnK fitwu Time.) ....... g,.... ,. ......,v, .j The new exemption law. passed than wo imagine. The evil is liannened to come in. Kvo.rv-- , alter tho emirfMiinn - nt (InmrrfKu pay directly to the officer appoint.... a call tor by the last Legislature, has been world-widand the remedy will where business is reported to be Senators a caucus it Democratic ed to receive it, and let the Sherapplied recently in this county to, have to bo world-widtoo. Jt is worse than it was a voar aero. It be issued and Kcpresentatives will iff have only the delinquents. This for the jurposo of ad- would sao thousands of dollars the dire discomfort of various and, said the prices of grain are low is said that not a single Christmas justing this matter if possible. e cry j ear. 1 do not think anypublication has yielded a profit. sundry creditors. It has been the because there is too much of it in the London docks less than Among the plans jroposed is tho thing will be done concerning the custom among those who rent the world ; and yet there are s At f tho quantity of wine has passage of the bill to limit the Constitutional Convention. to tenants to levy on the The who are hungry. There are been taken out of bond that was coinage of silver to two hundred people do not seem to bo ready bacco crop of the latter to pay j too many pairs of shoes made with The Fall Session will commence rent. The new exemption law was tho machines now employed by taken out last year. More tangi- and fifty million am to leave it foi that jot, and they will not be ble luxuries suffer in the same discretionary with tho President forced. plead recently, in one of the 3Lug- - the factories; and yet many uo l wueuicruiai am not in politics at pres courts in a case of this sons go half barefoot. There is way. When it was stated a year creased or amount snail plan", MONDAY, AUGUST 31. 1835, not. Ancther kind, and the land owners are con- - 'too much cloth and clothing in aero that the British ent I am looking toward the siderably indignant over its work- - tho world ; yet millions aro ragged industries were oft' half a million to issue certificates of ones, t whon tho wrong that was Ami Continuing Four Months. Spring Session Commences iug. A mau ib allowed about 7o0 and half clad. Perhaps if tho Itons it seemed that the worst and lives, based either on bul ic in tho convention that showing had,. nassed. but tho . re- - 0l' coined dollars in tae treae : ffn... until s..,1.1 l.n i...... .!. in property or cash exempt nuui t - .ited Judge Bowden for tho I.WU1U . uu i.uu.hi, liiciu la ri'i.., ri " MONDAY, JANUAKY 4, 1886, nroiuise ''u U1 .Vns nearly impossible not a real GxCas of i,v ml i i,!o- P?" now is likely to show another debts and it is r Court will be righted. I men mm to makn -ji- (Tnht n(V .. i.nnr . .nnn in tim ivnrirt if nnir nil ti.n ,ri,i' a aiiiimuuoii mill one.1.nearly as "reat. Al 'uuuiiuc hucr .. aar ., V(.r - u .v rlv entitled to that liomi- . ..... .. .v.k J Ill ": ......... . .rr& .. a. .......aw. ... Continuing Five Months. I. i ....A..a.L J v ..... wi7. luiii ' V1 lirfl 'I'l.... .. il CillMIMU 111...ll....l.... lllllll '111 .1 .111 HMlll.-- JllllO in n rnnenn. uiuu.SH il is rpe.nriiftii v nnrrnfrn it. in i nina cmi i 'when that ioung man, ,.,., tries, while the fai'lllOrS prices ing their political status with! 11m rrrnwino'I'linrnlfllilo Bimnlr Rnt.nr.cn nil .rnii from AMen county, sce- - The course of study, iucluding thorough primary work in English branches, ........ p o Latin, Greek, German, the Natural Sciences, Elocution, Penmanship, seems to uo prevalent a desire lor; woman ana child m the United have reached the starvation point, constituents. Members ho was nominated, jumped .Music, Drawing and Calisthenics. ana vei tno cost ot tno necessa- - this matter in charpe are hoj the- Legislature to repeal the law. Stnton i imt .iA,b o nnimf ci. .changed the vote of his Especial attention is devoted to the preparation of students for college, and young of h.te IS4 greater than it was mat a compromise ot this should get them, is there not rea- - "ca oiu mo to Bowden, men for business. ow"ff to the grievous con-bl- will be agreed upon. son for believing the whole visi- nomination on a Among the miscellaneous arti"I,om 'hen Allen county had stock of shoes would be ox- - (1,mo,n of the "utldle m cles purchased for the use of UniU!e V"lff crcSht SiStc,n caift fcc.Jiid E.ut. Senators, and by them hanstcd, and the factories have to ted States !)n my fijrhtinjr for my actively , their1 '"""V charged to the Republic, are- baron- goi,irt rn..Z to work with a r.v the price c''&" TUITION L"ro" ri .. of cattle is almost 1 1 decided to bide my ial envelopes, the English quartei-l- y S3 00 month.., ed, butchers charge as high as1. Contrary all expectations, t per t .wait for another four Primary Pupil ri .- ever, magazines, tho American maga- everv ..orson iv ti. i, .. 00 " ... " Intermediate and the Kent farmers aro! torneys ot .Mrs. Lucas anno o e.f r ill around. Within one . 6 00 zines, including St. Nicholas and i.nn.ia Advanced to the county court Tuesday . zZ combining to do their own ........,, d tho Superior Court r Bii'Ijmia-.mil L. the Nursery, common-sensinks, hn.li-- ' ,nm nnrnpt .w i.?o lllllll. . . FXY AI5K.E MOXTTIW.Y ET'Ain'ASCE. i dele .il, it will itgnin bo noc- a oiaiiKci, ior ms oou, werelo be in order to jjetrid of the butchers ing that bho had no rule shears, magic pencils, whistleR, supplied, altogether. Tho budget, too, will mnko .liruiubt the make a nomination, docs anyone doubt that B. C. CALDWELL, silver and porcelain toothpicks, at instance nber of that last con- , . the stocks of clothing, carpets show.. n lanrenii'.rpnRftji .. in receints against herand the was made . " . decrease pearl CALDWELL. I. Duncan, (iPKniift inn it tnvniinn. KW that I was unfairly Hickman, Kv., Aug. 7, 1S85. 3m glove hooks, card plates and cards, and blankets would be swept out, Across tho channel the same me. ur. Jjuncan later v the effort to replace them s and sugar spoons, would give employment to the warning is chanted. From Paris, Mrs. Lucas and assured her water, granulated sugar, of course, we expect to noth- - while ho was anxious to get trK.iic, Ilt'llahlc House. ginger ale, lemons, lemons queoz idle, stop the complaints of the ing but lamentation: buthear fierce session of the jail property as the .in drum can always be relied dippers, tumblers, "one punch discontented, revive tho pleasant prolongation of the political wran-- ' as possible, ho would not uu ers, t nly to carry in ntock the ben bowl for lemonade," salts of tart- hum of industry, and diffuse ac- ale into holiday week and the lenience her, and would give ", mil to secure tno Airencv tivity and animation through the er, spirits of ammonia, castor oil, cle-- i as have well known merit, grave uncertainty of tho near ample opportunity to find anotl cologue, soft soap, and repairs to land? hilar with tho people, thereby She delh The real problem, then, is to in- future seem to have made the residence. and tho credJ the ic reputation of being alwya a tricycle. It is supposed that of the jail crease consumption. The world business stagnation worse than him at 1 r. m, and by j and ever reliable. Having these luxuries serve to quiet the Copenhagen is sullen and FiioAsency for the celebrated Dr. i evei. Senatorial conscience in the mat- ought to use all it produces L) gloomy Discovery for Consumption, a law with continues to diet tho prison! ter of tho trade dollar.. Let the easing its consumption at an threats under martial in the air. until sue maues ner arrangemei: on a positive cuarintee. It of revolution even pace with the increased pro- Italy old boys have 'em. ;ure any and every affection of has a Christmas present in to move. The jailership is one duction which improved Irs, and Chest, aud to sbow our tho form of news that Kinjr John the most lucrative offices in tl we invite vou to call and eel a affords. This is to be done, of of county. Mrs. Lucas has held Gov. IIUBBATtD, of Texas, our course, by about Jk1e Free. increasing the capacity war Abvsinia is of the to declare about seventeen months, since her on account Ma.ssowak Minister to Japan, has been shock- of the hungry, the barefooted and "in ing court circles by his homo spun the half-claatlair, which means many additional husband's death. She has a large to pnrchase the comw.t'essionaX Cards to support and has many ways. The French Minister called "y "so sorely need. It is millions to tho tax burden. Vion-Lim "Monsieur'' at a public dinner forts they na is in a deplorable frame of sympathizers. .Mr. Duncan, liko to tell just how difficult, uo HICKM-A-lS- r table, and Hubbard snorted out: this is to bo doubt, ; but it ought mind, with cholera at Trieste, riots others who became candidates, effected "Don't monsieur me. I have been to be, and, perhaps, will have to in Crotia, and both as heavy a was governed in tho outsot by D. G. PAEK, Governor of tho State of Texas, be effected in some way or other. nnancial ilamajro caused by tlio cgai auvieo 10 me euect mat a woman could not lawfully hold which is three or four times as big All the vital interests of society collapse of her principal debtor, as the whole of your old France." lie in tho direction of increasing Servia, and a national Humiliation tlie ofllce, and in all subsequent 31 AY FIELD, - - KY. This, was a natural mistake, be- the capacity of the needy millions at the loss of her Balkon prestige, proceedings has acted under direc tions ot counsel, lie leels that In AcUe Practice Sliieo.llarcli, 1S77. cause old Hubbard thought "Mon- to buy MANUFACTURERSOP the comforts and necessatho office has been rightfully his WILL practice in all the counties of the sieur" was an epithet. Hubbard ries they require. TOUGH ROMANCE. A own since the day he qualified, but First Judicial District, and in tbe Appelis the man who, on being told by has no disposition to take any of late Courts of Kentucky. a friend that his wife wus in bed The TScw Jlorsnon Rill. Detectives to Guard tlie Presi- the fees that have been paid Mrs. septl8-l- y with cerebro-spina- l meningetis, Lucas, or that may accrue while replied indignantly : "Why don't dent. Senator Edmunds of Vermont she yet remains in the jailer's re- H. you get a shotgun and kill the is suposcd to bo a A. & R. T. LER Pittsburg, Dec. 29. The Pen- sidence. d d Italian scoundrel F man; hut he and 22? ATTORNEYS AT LAW, seems to have lost his balance and ny Press, an afternoon paper here, Gen. Beauregard will give a become "rattled" on the subject publishes a story to the effect that A COSTLY FREAK. IIICKJIAir,- '- - - KENTUCKY. history of the Shiloh Campaign in of Mormonism. His new bill in- live Pinkerton detectives passed through this city from Chicago, attend to all business entrusted the January number of tho North troduced in the senate contains S:r.N$S,COO WILLtheir care. American Review. He claims that some provisions which sound on their way to Washington, for .tiiExiirrm Gen. Albert Sydney Johnson strango on American cars. One the purpose of looking after tho St. Louis, Dec. 30. A man Office Furniture Factory. nov8'78 personal safety of President Cleve- named Win. E. Page, an Adams acted only as a corps commander requires that fourteen of the trusland. One of the party, named Express messenger, dressed in at Shiloh. Gen. Beauregard em- tees of the Mormon church shall phatically asserts (contrary to the bo government officers appointed McGnire, stated thoy wero order- woman's clothes, was brought inL. common belief) that ho was the by tho President, with the object ed to Washington by way of to police headquarters last night C. solo commander on both days, and of giving the government a repre- Philadelphia, where they wero to by detective Frank Erskinc, and ATTORNEY Af LAW without naming them, controverts sentation on the board. These be joined by five men from the taken into Capt. Fruchte's private tho reports of Grant and " trustees aro ttr make "annual re- branch agency there, tho ten to oDice, where ho produced from Collector. Real Estate Agent i ''' to tho nation's forces being ports to the secretary of the in- proceed to Washington for special various parts of his clothing HICKMAN, KY. duty at tho White House. On taken by surprise. In a statement made by tho t- - Will attend promptly to all bnsl terior. Another section auuuls their arrival in the Capital thoy prisoner after he was placed in a ncgS entrusted him in Southweaten the territorial charter of the Per- wero DEALER i was express agent cell, ho said If the grumbler of tho "hard petual Emigration Fund company, their to be fully instructed as to and telegraphhooperator at Golden Kentucky and Northwestern Tennessee duties. given lo the investiga Specialattention times" had visited the stores of and prohibits the territorial legis Land titles, this city during tho past week, they lature to create any corporation or ''What do you suppose is the- City, Barton county, Mo ; that ho tion of Real Estate. and the purchase TAINTS AND rjan8 would have been satisfieU that the association lor the nnrnose of reason for this precaution?', ask- hud stolen the money found on sale of him, and more besides, which he hard times had no effect bringing persons into the territo- j ed tho reporter. "Wo wero talking the matter did not know what had become toward hardeuiug tho hearts or ry. The law allowing women to .A.. A.. drawing the pursestrings of thoso register and vote is annulled; and over on our way here, and con of. lie said ho sot drunk on PHYSICAN AND SURUEON, EST PRESCRIPTIONS CARh?Jx.1 COMPOUNDED!-- ? who delight to maintain a merry so is the law allowing illegitimate cluded that a plot of some kind Christmas day and had been drunk had been discovered; but whether ever since. The 11101103' came HICKMAN, Christmas. children to inherit their father's KENTUCKY property together with many against tho President's lifo or not, from the Bank of Commerce of VFFERS his Professional Services to One of the Presidential succes- other act3 of the territorial legis- I am not prepared to state. We Kansas City to Aldnch, Ni.es & of Ilickn.au and vicinity. the W- - ROGEBS, expect to remain in Washington Co., of Golden City. He knew it janlC-'S- citizens HOW TO SAVE IJONEY sion bills introduced into Congress lature. us has a was coming, and when it arrived for some time. Each of provides that two We are Wholesale Headquarters for al trunk along. Gen. Sheridan's Or- ho took it and all the other money be elected at each general election. grades of LOWER and LOWER. County Convention. derly has visited tho Pinkerton in tho ofllce, went to his home, Besides its tendency to complicate politics the plan has serious obThe Democrats of Fulton coun- headquarters during the past few bundled p a lot of his wife's All kinds of Groceries hams, sides, &c. AND hF jections, and is not likely to be ty are respectfully requested to days several times. clothes, went into tho woods, as cheap as the cheapest. I will not be JOHN WITTiNQ. adopted. EVIDENTLY A CANARD. dressed himself, aud took a train undersold. meet in Mass Convention, at the Mo. Court-housThere ho in Hickman, and will job to dealera only at Factory Washington, Dec. 20. It is for Spriufleld,Louis & San FranCongress will reassemble on prices; also the White House that there boarded a St. said .1.x the 5th of January. Nearly one MONDAY, JAN. 11TH, 1SS0, is noat the in, nor any foundation cisco train for St. Louis, and was EETHE'SSALOON, Delivered to all parts of tho city and 8U- truth ct30 thousand bills were introduced to take such steps and make such burbs. arrestod by Erskinc between Pafor, tho Dental Scotch mi Superior Scotch Snuff, daring the first tw)weeks of the expressions in regard to tho ap- Pittsburgstory published by the cific City and St. Louis. lie says A PILEASAWT llESORT. Penny Press, that a f session, and that this record will proaching race for Judge of tho there wero $S,000 in the package FREsn BEER constantly 'on tap. Ci- the best is the mtrket. We also keep be beaten after the holiday recess Court of Appeals, or any other number of detectives are coming he stole, but he claims not to know jar? veco, of (he best brands. to look after tho to Washington hand, a choice selection constantly maiiers aueciiug iue public there can be but little doubt. ,asolicited. where the remainder is. Tho deVEALEB IN of as tho wisdom of the Demo personal safety of tho President. tectives, however, think ho secrenov tf ' The indications are tliat during crats then and there assembled GROCERIES. it. Family Groceries; FAMILY CONFECTJ.0XERTE8, ted auitiful patterns in All Wool the year 1886 the work of building may approve. Any and all DemThe Fisko Jubilee singers, who nd three ply Carpets at ASD ALSO. new railroad lines will exhibit ocrats respectfully urged to at- are colored people, will probably AND FRUITS, eine from lo cents ud. : " will nelt very Daviess county's female jailer jtreat activity. In the Southern tend and participate have to abandon their Northern &rcd in Hickman. Net. Seines, Lines, Hooks, and alljkind which wecall and see ng. low for the cash Please Geokge Wareen, States east of the Mississippi rivtour, owing to the refusal of the still refuses to vacate, in spite oft of Wishing Tackle and Supplies, at a bar icmice Alexander kid Glove gain. 3rocerioa and Family Supplies gen Chairman Fulton Coauty Demo- - hotels throughout that Beciion to tlie adverse decision of tlio Court! er, 17d new lines have been J FtJQUAfceBOW. fall ctanu ouc per pair. erally. IS of Appeals. crane tjouimuiee. " i receive them. i Mf JBjt u v-! I2S TTl HIOKKiH COURIER. n Ju DR. WARD'S JL -- FRITZ SGBROEDIIL FASHIONABLE I -- -- VILI E, BOOsSoiNDf8l.MAZU SHOP 'North Wet corner of Moscow and Troy Avenues. East Hickman, Kjr , zo iuibiacuon guaranteed. April. - .!- -. - 5'ieKftiasssBaena" I c - I i. w . L ora-bl- y u st' Isw oc.30-1885 THE JjjUes BARTER J. GROCERY. id M. MONTGOMERY, annona- lo his friends And the public tlal be hB opened a new and freth supply of all kinds of Family Groceries, which ho will sell na low as the lowest He is rriv- jdy at nil times to exchange Groceries at ' ex-chari- ty ' - Presi-coul- d HICKHIAjS; , KENTUCKY, cash prices for Culter, Eggs, Chickens, 'or any kind of marketing that the formiia; friends may bring in. The highest ket price always paid. au ! J.M. MONTGOMERY & BROl ,Z:uw::lZfovk i G. KINGMAN. sale and livery stable KENTUCKY STREET, KEEPS constantly on hand fer hi? 1 m? " " Faris & Parker, e, e I ' mill-land- to-lio- one-hal- i! d'wLL5' SgIqqL and HACKS. Having purchased the stable, fcsrtiea and entire outfit of W. B. Plummo r we propose to continue the business, a?d , solicit patronage HOUSES, BUGGIES sale per-istrate- 's W- - DIESTELBRINK ship-buildin- g i Family Groceries. Jt trouble to show goods, andome and see, at the and .Moscow . - - fit m a ... ... - 11 I. t w - I - I "VJ"0 space to name all artlelti, b( m IC ---- - "J-- i --- .-- rr ., i " ' ;, MatL-niatic- s, g, Book-Keepin- Avenue. East Iliekmrv, corier f Tioy - giv-th- o e wm. ""' halv-.0wf- n fAjtlLY EOCERY : H. C. 411 1 i!.r. t.- t . 1 (DAVIS OLD STAND.) kinds or JUDGE. firm-class VSiH e i , anti-nervo- pen-holder- s, . MARY STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES sually kepi in a boutt, Ukt oni prices. FANCY CADDIES, M1NCE-M2AA-T, TEA -- -- cork-screw- s, Apo-llinari- CRANBERRIES, PICK LIS I10MINY, QRIT8 . CASE & MILLET, Miliar, ColFccs, Soaps, Vi not be undersold. Will pay full price for Bullet, " 1 1 imcs fccw court-hous- Iggt, & lu-c- m:"-'ine-r- v i , FOB . i NASHVILLE, Chattanooga d 1 KENTUCKY. ! HERTWECK, BALTZER & CO. Atlanta, Florida AB- sEi SooTBSAST ! Take ibe cool-heade- d self-possess- Ti N, C & t. 1 E'j. lint The Hickman, Kentucky. RANDLE, Slier-manc- s, .$G,-80- 0. - TH.E OLD RELIABLE CHAS. A. HOLCOMBE, DYiS-STUFFS, FAVORITjE Call on nearest Ticket Agent Or Addres9 W. B. JenPR, Faai. Agt., Dallut, Tex., tv J DRflGMlEDieW, W. E. DANLEV. G. P. & T. A., NashTille, Tea FRITZ. HELLNEB, T. Agt., HickaB. so-call- DE. IP-A-iRI- -- HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS HICKMAN, KY. J O J. mccv DIAtSK Vice-Presiden- ts GROCERIES Fresh. Meats, ia Italian and Amibican Mail MONUMENTS, TOMB AND QRAV1 STONES. received a lae 11 e, HAVING T; pared to fill all orders. Call and exa nr work. Orders from the coaatrj proaptj lot ef Ane Italian Marble, I an pr wet-far- e, F. E. CASE, ajM MAEVIN COLLEGE,. CLINTON, KY. Spring term, of rix Hioatki 14-- tot eoajpce 3 Facolty full and eompeteat JASr AY fc, 1M. Geveni' pro-jectoi- l.' "I it . . . SF'-s- f - 1ml ?- Oirtt rtwa?- - s&k - - s.' r-- i - .k S55SSS . Ji". -,. attfSt'--- ik lei V P1 i 1r. I 1 ., tf , i- - Si t rMBt 1V:J