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PUIUSHED EVERY FRIDAY l. ie ' - V " n Fine Job Printing -- EXECUTED With Neatness and Dispatch. GEORGE WARREN, aiCEMAK, KY. QMi JmM aBtreet, next door to City HalL OKOROB " A.XjS ENVELOPES, LETTER-HEAD' bills, 9 WARREN; Editor. LTBSCRIPTION, ": " - wtI1 -. Tli OUlfthit lV3AVKIJllei ill VrStoil Kntnln. &- --v- . BILL-HEAD,4- S. ' . ' .& INVITATIONS, ETO., ETO MICE OF 81.50. ESTABL1SH1T)J859 A HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY. JANUARY JL- 8.-J8- 86. VOL. XXLt-K- O. 14, .xi Jkjxvo am ttjb. - STEAMER SUNK , REVOLUTION. hlgljlllcant Speech at a ISanquet MEXICAN UPRISING. in $NT0T1"S MESSAGE. . . THE COMMONWEALTH. op'-nvll- ANOTHER PROPOSED REFORM. Disaster on tho Chattahoochee River. Wo Knowing How Many Lives Were Lost Floating on Cottou Bales'. she struck on a protruding rock. A cry of alarm went up, and a moment later it was evident that the vessel was sinking. As she began to lurch the passengers, of ivhom there were about fifty on board, were overcome with.terror, and jumped ' wildly in to the water below. The uight torrents, aud vf1" jpr, tfce raiu pouring in the,- tcK' Ti; liottam ttmber ana TSskwmmtattrtisMZ &&? Wlfary shrToTed for Vhile this s.tate of affairs existed the Naiad came Up', and after desperate work succeeded, as her officers supposed, in rescuing the whole crew. There were about three hundred bales of cotton on board. As these wore swept off by the current washing over the deck many of the affrightened passengers vers, and went clung to them as floating down the river. The Nnind, Kuided in the darkness by the calls of human voices, picked up the unfortunates as best it could. When daylight came, however, it was made apparent that there was much loss of life. Up until tonight six bodies have been reported found at various points down the river, and as tho passenger list was lost it can not be ascertained how many more may bo gone. Two of the bodies recovered are white persons, four colored, one of the latter being Sam Alexander, n member of tho crew. The scenes aredescribed as appalling. After the Naiad had received the passengers from the sinking steamer, many of the cotton bales caught en fire and presented a strange spectacle as they went floating down the river. The Chipley was a new boat, having been but two rears on tho river, and belonged to tho Merchants', Mechanics. ' and Planters' Line, of Columbus, W. S. Tilinan, Prei-deuSho cost $20,000 and was insured for ?.r,000. The total loss is about S45,(XW. Captain O. M. Sparks was the master. The scene of the disaster is one of the mot dangerous points on the Chattahoochee, the terrible casualty of the Wyllie having occurred there threo years ago, and several others previously. life-pres- ; Thorough Secretary Manning Making that "depredations uon Investigation or It A 'cw Law Promire universal, lla'graw and limitless". ised. lli rocnrnmniids thejvMTjmediate with Secretary Manning, in conversation orfpubjjc entry ot all drawal from salo respecting the proposed examination U1U VJIUVClllIIlCllU 'fUUl IHUluviM umtjt5stimatca.pf their by the Senate into the xvorking of the said that as York Custom-HotisxnluitHcL'or --L'.vutm-foii- r uoneeuUn Jacob Corbitt. &erOlUlatArms: ltoberi. l ' rxiertjioor-Kcepcr- . VT&sWVJvjteS Nexvicmryft officer s&g, ' " f c.rt?T5vF . ,,iMistLwmiiux&j wai primarilvare- -' proeceu-- , i. inc riu.iRroKr, The,Govrnor reviews the flnanriul ostftu parts of this property shall were unlmpor-tnuinzs in tbobegli.!ature IsiwiMe.forJthUoxetJ the State at length, and savs the Governor KnouV uiessaxe read. One of, what parts shall bo retained as pertin Treasury to the credit or the humlrori dollar was voCeil the retiring Clerk nu t i;n, t suuiuu eieujutr mir nnniBini 'r- ' -fiino, at the of the fiscal j ear, of tho liouge. Colonel Johnson, for services manent National forests and under tion of a committee of the Senate, ending Juno 90, 11, wnsaslolluwb: The what rules the sales shall be made ono be created to rendered In orwinizfug' tho Hoiifc. Goneruf Expenditure that end. He said, Senate adjourned untllbutunUy, the House hereaf'er. fund dticlt V1SI.CO l however, that during all the present until Monda. Sinking fund balance S174iO 0s) This is a wise and timely suggestion, year an active A REMARKABLE AFFAIR. inquiry into the condi.. School fuad balance 1:H,310 N) which Congress xvill do xvell to adopt. tion of the custom-house- s ?1irilInneou Itin. had been . Violent ITvpIoaiou ot a Collin After Having: There should not be another acre of Total $303,310 K) Ay Ludlow, Joseph Holland, proprietor Heeii Hoeil Tncho Ye,ii- - It Oecu- on under the initiation and au- - ; Deduct ditlc t iiijreueralcApendl- , our public forests disposed of under going puitAVell Preserved. tu re tUKl , lKsftTJ 10 of a saloon, shot und fulled Thomas and every pervision of his immediate predecessor blowing off tho top of his head xvith a any circumstances xvhatex-crGKCENViLLr, S. C, December 30 Details and himself and that the result of that Net halltice Sli.',.'ill 01 shotgun. The men had Jieen drinking and effort should be made to protect them wero received to night of a most remarka volume of 890; Tho ncept" tuto the Treasury until Con- inquiry is exhibited inxvhen examined fighting, and Crofton xi5 nttumptiug to from trespass and injury THE DEAD ALIVE. ddrliijr the tlscal 3 cur, ending' able occurrence m Yorkville. tois Stute. printed pages, which JunoSC; lf". were shoot Holland xvith a revolver xvhen he re- gress has determined upon a general by Senators, xvill disclose all the needed LXrUV.3 4B Extraordinary Cao of Suspended .Vnlma--- - In 1S73 James A. Watson, wlo family forest policy. This is a question which facts in ceived his death xvound. then resided in Yorkville, lust a child, aged regard to the custom-house- s upi Total raeipts from all sourees. tlon anil KeMieitatlon. certainly can not be settled 13$ couples Iuclui3iikr balances. .. four years, by death. At that time Watson .... 53,115.3." 16 Louisville courts divided to October last and save the work of 31. John F. was Galesa, III., December The interests at stake are vast and an examining committee. If there has ror tho same lJIbiireiiciits last year. living in Baltimore, a teacher citizen of Flatto-villMuugcr, a period ore 2,91i.",7D 40 and xve can not as a Nation afin the 15r ant Sadler Commercial ColFovn drunken, brnwlingiiol icemen were defective administration since from rheuWis., has suffered greatly ford to take any more legislative risks been which had escaped his attention, lege, and he could not conveniently leave I.OHliit huhincc in Treasury fired from Louisville police force, a few matism in the feet. Two days ago, with his Html) riiictin:is relntmor tn tin; DllullC then, is!l JunoH business th" $ E3.5S7 70 to attend resoThe iitrfve bahtneo belongs to tho several days ago. the hope of relieving the pain, he bathed his funeral, and in his absence only a tempodomain xvithout first obtaining all the he would be glad to know it. A funds, aSfollows: Ix lhS5 Louisville received 70,S35 cattle, information attainable in regard to it. lution has been introduced in the rary bui ial was given the body, awaiting 'of aconite, and feet freely with tincture (icitrral Cviicnditure fund $ ft:,,si2 permanent to secure i2'WT hogs, S,.r19 sheep, raid 4.S1I7 horses then thrust them into a pail of hot water. his leturn home cemetery. meet bank loan Wc have already the Timber Culture House respecting an importation of auxio u and mules, aud shipped LIiO1! cattle, 3"J.J1 Yesterday he lot by L. Lenmann, wmen. c Pfi.wij 21 A tingling sensation followed, the pulse burial into in tho Slnkniif hmil net as a good e'xample of what hasty giassxx-arwent the cemetery to remove his lot. School ltnd...... completely answered lOhSTO ij hogs ,53,1M sheep and S,CCl Iwrsesand mules. and unconsidered weakened, tho skin became moit and The burial case, a metallic casket, was by Congress he said, would be action clammy, and violent vomiting, and retchas soon a3 adopted, and sent to him. Wm. McClain and Bettio Anderson, 17. in such matters will lead to. The Timraised flora the grave, and n natuial desire us above Total &iTis7 :f, ing ensued. A doctor was called, but on to loot upon the face of tho child which Mason County runaways, consolidated at ber Culture act is, and always has been, Any other specific inquiries addressed The Governor shows that the Ptate can hoi his arrival found Mr. Muuger apparently died and was buried in tho father's abrow no more money; hj Insists verj win-lto the Department by either Housd Louisville. The heart seemed to have stopped dead a fraud, inasmuch as it has never sucsence, prompted Mr. Watson to ask for that the ta rate is bljeh enouph, anil lie would receive immediate and thorough N. Feltman, a ceeded in beating, and the doctor, with other mediTun other morning Charles tho removal of the lid corenng of a glass thatonli two things can he dono. First. securing any of the results Mr. Manning remarked cal men who were summoned, decided that panel over the face. Just as the undertaker JC inut laM- n more thorough system of s toy of fifteen years xvas run owr and in- Congress intended it to secure. It xvas attention. Munger had died from aconite poisoning, iccsnienu: and. neut. the expenditure ol stantly killed on the Southern Railroad was about to mnove tho cover, a loud exthat he had, in his annual report to based upon observations made only Congress, described his oxvn ideal of a having absorbed tho drug through his feet. plosion occurred, shattering tho glass, the Siateaiust he most carefully scrutinizid expenditures firgt, it is to he traok ut LudUw. He was a deaf mute, and over a small portion of the public doAn undertaker setaboul preparing tbe b'ody uliu'li was ineh thick, into said that Jie most surprl-inj- r items relate to went from tho Danville Asylum, to spend main, and in entire ignorance of the collector of customs atanv til the great for burial, when the doctor.as an experiment nuaibcrb ss fragments, several striking tram. PlTTsnioii, Pi., Jnntiarj 4 It has been crimlmd irosccutious a other epen-e- s iui ports, and he had distinctly intimated injected with a hypodermic syringe a Mr Watson in the face, cutting hhh sethe vacation with his parents in West Covto a mixture of brandy and digitalis near the verely One piece struck the bridge of raining hero almost inee .antly since Sat- more prcttih nee of crime. Kentucky pa n ington. At the time of the accident be xvas possibilities of tree growing in the great his oxvn conviction that a satisfactory fiiriustice and gets of it pcrlitiii-thawhich comprised at that In a few minutes supposed dead Telegraphic communication through it. cutting anytwher under the ap- dry region execution of the present tariff law DIABOLICAL INCENDIARIES, heart.began to gasp, and the was a faint l.i nose,had been entirely the giound- The urday night. has been seriously interfered always excepted. Thetothe I nion, ulnw standing ou the man there with "the East sevout of with proach to the railroad bridge, xvavchw a time, and still comprises, the largest xx'ould claim. test the best efforts of a sound of beating over the heart.",'More eral minutes when the explosion or-- i with. The wires on all routes aro working the of the public lands. It has cost for the care part of idiots Who Made a Desperate Effort to Destroy bypodermieis were given, the death pallor on the county, train passing over the river, nnd did not the people of the United States millions stall' of the best officers that the counurred. Tho report of the explosion was hard, and quite a number have been pros- ought Dt be ttxcU the Town of Tarciituni, I'.i. I wa succeeded by a rcddNu glow, the mus- e.pial to that of a dynamite cartridge, and trated by high winds. on the Stato treasury It Is a notice a train xvhlch turned a onrvo swiftly of attack instead S3 acres, of land, without any return try could supply. The point Takentcm, Pa., January 3. A desperate cles relaxed, perspiration broke out. and was noticed by persons oil Main street, iuo head of MoNTooMEiiv, Ala.. January L A special measure of justiee and one ot ecmoin. noxv, he said, is'thc Appraising DepartMany of he claims are fraudulent, nnd the and ran him down, almost cutting Mr. whatever, and it has mined thousands ment and, for obx'ious reasons he attempt to burn down the town was made now Mnngerslowly returned to life. He is more than a quarter of t uifle distant. The to the Ailreiticr announces a big rise in way to pjevent urd punish off and maugliug his body fearfully. entirely out of danger. Tho doctors face of honest settlers in fruitless efforts to should, Wajrior River. It has, risen sixty fnt vt prixe il of IikuI support orfraud i to de at an early hour this morning. The fire consider his resuscitation most remarka- tion, of tho child was in excellent preserva-a 'Tuscaloosa. II he said, firmly and earnestly Asdkexv T. Cox. a xxealthy as were aNo it burial ciothe. and (!reenboro six and thret these expense' w re mot liy toleration.taxaAt carry out its impracticable' and impossiwas first discovered in Essler'a livery ble. count) uphold the conscientious conduct of of Maysvillo, is supposed to have commit- ble conditions. wreath of flowers 'i its breat itemed to fourth inches of nun fell in eighteen hours. tion, xw.iilrt scrut.nue th And all this has come stable, on Gaines street. It soon spread to b nearH as freh as hen buried, twelve Nearly all the railroads in tho State sufmie carefudy. and hoid the olhiert to ted suicide by throwing himself into tht to pass because a few cnteqirising men tlio-- e officers against all comers. The Rue & Jones' grocerv stole, Zimmerman's and a half year- - ago. POISONOUS CAT BITES. fered "some damage, but the delays wero a stricteraccoiiiitabiiity. He has recently suffered se said, was Ohio River. shoe store and Dr. Volzer's redence. and Tho uoit rt medial wanted to sell trees and tree seeds, and collector at Nov.' lork, he assailed by Is a new and only for a few hours. vere illness.. all were destroyed. The villains had taken A f.itlle Hoy Die from the KITect. and 111 unnecessarily and naturally thorouphy consistent s"t,em f taxation, so, xvith the aid of some every precaution to make destruction COINS OF THE WORLD. wur system of a.sc,i,nii-case of disi a Ix a saloon brawl nt Louisville, New Sister Not Expected to Lite. sentimentalists, got up this idea selfish interests, because in reappraisers sure. Thev had cut the ropes of the two HERB'S AN IDEA. btitvlle oj inconsistences and tufuMxriiuos. agreement between two a Yeir fatally stabbed of giving land alarm bells and broken the principal in return for it oiitirewen tne unrlcht and shields the Year's Day, Anthony Sauer Lose Lake, N. Y.. January t. About Keilueed Valuations for Those I"Lcd A ristu to T.ike l'p and Drop r.teuer.i li i a n'tlntkiii ou our fiieav pumps in the villago and carried off the two years ago a little son and daughter of of hU brother Henry, who had knocked him planting trees in a region xvhere, his decision is final. The Secretary dour fitness f r t and tul)?. The cries of "Fire '" Juti Without topilnjr an Kiprc Train. Wvuikctos, December SO. Dr. James exceptionally had no doubt that the Senate and. the in some Is a Swhich imperatively the .mlijUi duxvn. Louiville, the other night, a very save localities, :i routed a lad named William Uibel, an Win. Shaw, of this place, were both bitten discriminate between St. Lofts, January I. A resident of tbi-cba will recover xvonld be as easy country At plaiuing-mill- , by a cat. while the animal was suffering P. Kimball, the Director of th Mint, has favored it emplovo of the upon which city has filed a eviveat and applied for a ncrf 'jich hax-the existing tanll system, or ratner tue rcci ntlv disappear. As to make a tree groxv as to compel verdcint higbwaymun xos arrested was alarge bell. He ran to the mill,? and from fits. o attention was given estimated tho value of the standard coins frou assessment rolls"; nhnh will chaos, create!! by laxy. passenon finding tho cut, cliraled to the i tho matter at tho prov time, as from a cloudless sky. There existing tariff tho of the various nations of the world to be patent for an invention by which l stiuidiml of value and applv it rhe patrol xvagon xx a returning from the inoi-tuofheers who administer that gers and freight may bj taken on and disroof and sounded an alarm by striking the bites wero not deemed dangerous. About proclaimed by the Secretary of the Treasand the htr or faxor to everv set tion of the Central Station whither they had taken a may be, somexvhere, thriving and valubell with a hammer. This awakened the bta tc is notliinx more vltallv con- - prisoner, this greeny rushed to the horses' able plantations which the Timber Cult- system of chaos. It xvill be difficult The charged from railway trains without topentire community, who turned out en two months ago the boy died, aud the at- ury on the first of t January, ls "j the Mate's Hclture than tin-- , ami to execute the existing law tending physiciau said that there wore value of the gold' eohu in circulation is ping, ami if it proves what its model would mas&eaud soon extinguished the flames. '4ire should waie no time in en- - bead and ordered tho driver to gtand ami ure act has brought into existence, but, enough verv best of stiTjordinrUCSj.aiHU.. xvith the :inptonis of poison A few davs ago the fixed by comparing the amount of pure indicate it will be an important tt c sutijecl (J".nl iroxernin. nt - lelivor. Officer Mahar jumped from the if there ''- The loss is $11,000; partially covered by 'tjnmrtl--'-sT 4f Uirro a jniii'' nfcr-i- rt o itroblum The 1 About two weeks ago there was little girl was taken very ill with whi.t is sold in sueh coin with thu h mount in tho factor in tho tUL ujco ?" vigilant attention of disinterested East such instruments as may be placed "u hi eaver. ine pris- ern travelers. an attempt to burn the villago donn. Six considered to be a severe case of hvilco5 gave uts name as Aiie uui tiwIlftrroLtbw-OMtniawr lucuun- - WOEldlllC IIO SSIHO property higbei than vlioTi"?wth iiUliitlnriiioTIOn, a tries having tho double standard, the silver a lovel and an elevated track in front of 11' or seven' largo building' lots the third man escape. oner xvas very much chagrined at the uer deceased urotner, ana enueavors to coin" aro given the same valuation us tho an elevated depot with inclined tracks Congress ought to repeal the Timber his hands by the President and tho S50.000. entailing a loss of over ontiary. the Governor stj". is In xviscly law made, and said that he deserved Senate, bite her attendants, and it is now believed gold coins of the same unit The value of leading to it. Hie idea is to start a train bet Culture act forthwith. It is disgrace- confided to whom the of the had lition than it baa oxer been within that the boy died of hydrophobia, from the silver coins of countries of the silvr stand- from ono terminus and not to stop or the chief custhe selection ry of the present feneration Con- - a full term for his thickheadedness. ful to longer allow honest settlers to be Public Debt Statement. effects of the cat's bite. The doetor gives ard, is fixed at the value of the pure silver slacken speed until it reaches, the other. vlctt, mwhert- better ted. niorecemfona-b- l It is said to be certain that the present ruined in futile endeavors to obtain toms officials. Washington, D. C, January 2. Tho this as his opinion. There are very slight in such coins taken at tho d. or more carelully atteiidnliwhen At tho same time passengers may be tukeu i i law has, Mr. Manprice of The hopes but if sho reports that the work on the Legislature xvill be asked to make some land in this way, and it is not less disfollowing is a recapitulation of tho debt should of tho child's recovery, people henj silver in tho London marki t tor the last up and discharged at any rotation. As a sick. recover sufficiently the laws. graceful to allow honest settlers and ning added, practically taken away lnitcntmry at Lddyville i m a fair broad changes 111 the bran year The m fan price train reaches a station on the main track stat for the month of think that she would make a very interest- three months of the btatcment issued lrorre?s. the rear car switches off and runs up tho Tiik Louisville and Nashville Railroad land speculators to avail themselx'cs of from the Treasury Department the. sesilver pre-eDecember: Tlie ing subject for Patenr, who has not of the with for the fast threo months, comitc Guard of responding inclined plane to the elevated depot. At slittiv companies ofconsists atand out' of has brought suit against the Kentucky the opportunities offered by this law to lection of such most important subordipared its price eoi mfantrx" luterest-bcarii'hitherto had any patients suffering from period in 1SS4, declinedfor the$1 09 J to 03.S the same time another car ruiii down the from nates as examiners, inspectors, weightl urtillci f. all compoed of most esccjlent ma$ 2,W".00O CO STS.Snfl 0. tho bites of rabid cats. at 4!i per cent defraud the Government. per fine ouuee, a reduction of over six cents. other inclined plane, is caught by the terial, fiillv equipped, thoroughly d ll.ed, Central for measurers. The gen".743.230 00 HondsatiperccnU. .. train, whirled iuto and ready for effective Mas Eeizabkeh Hagamxn died at aer passing This gives a reduced valuation to tho other It will be wise xvith this example be- ers, gangers and the appraisers and the 131,190,500 W whenever reTJonds at 3 per cent. eral appraisers-- , becomes quired. and the truck follow ing coins from that, proclaimed main .1,400 00 home, about ten miles east of Owingsville, DEADLY TRICHINOSIS. fore our eyes to go slow in all future nominated by passenJ4,C00,UX) 00 The Governor Knott recommend tlioemictinent aged one hundred and two years. Old age legislation Nuvy reunion Fund at3 pcrct- 1ns, namely: Florin"! of Austria, part of the traiu. for the management of the assistant appraisers are in substance that any per,6S,5t: 00 A Whole Family In Illinois Carried Away from 29.3c to 37.1c; boliviaro of Boltviu. gers who desire to stop nt tho next station of n law Pacific It it. bonds at 6 per ct.. by tho son xthopluill bring into, or beep within the was the cause of hor death Mrs. Hagamau public domain, but in the meantime the President and confirmed from 7!).rc to 73.1c ; pezo of Ecundor, from pass to the rear car, which is ,Dcforc Its Xaturo Was Discovered. Senate. ytatc, an) cattle, know me tin ni to be infectSl,3t77!,fA- -' OT Principal of Ohio, but came to Kenwas a native as was th( previous one. aud another car- ed with pit nfpneunioiila.or xvhn shall Mr. Sparks' 37. Sc to 79.5c to 75 recommendation for rupee of India, ho expects 13,o,239 CO SiKEATon, III., Jaunaryl Two weeks 33.7c; yen lc;Japan, from S3.Sc from interest.-- .. Mr. Manning said ............-- . tucky many years ago. of to hlc; dol- load of passengers is taken on. By a conthe immediate withdraxval of all soon after the holidays thatsend to Con-geperni.t an) such in. .mul to jro at large, to agothe family of August Feldt seemed to lar of Mexico, from SG.4C to bl Ge; sol of trivance which ucts automatically, when a or who shall tran-- li r any ucli auiinal to n Sl,27!,037',0bl CO 30$ arrests made Total forest property for sale or entrv should Tne police of , train gets within n certain distance of a other tuch pep-obo suffering from some strango disease. Tho Pent, from VJ.Sc to 75.1c; rouble of Russia, a special report"bn ono branch of bj ale, gift or I Debt on which Interest Las ba adopted. It 13 a good suggestion. J,now:rg the same to be diseased, during tho past year. reased since maturity family had eaten heartily of pork, in which from GJ.Cc to COlc; mababubo of Tripoli, depot it relen.ses tie cur in waiting there, the customs system and the project of X. Y. Hun. 184.108.40.206 00 Principal from 71.7c to 07.7c. peo of United Slates which starts down the inclined piano just shall bo diemtd cullty of a felon) DrniNi the past year 152 marriage lia law, which, if adopted, xvill work 0213 00 tho doctor found unmistakable evidence of of Colombia, from J'J 5c to 73.1c as the last car of the traiu is switched olf The educational Interests of the 5iat aio censes wero issued in Covington. Interest trichinosis. A week later one of the children improMiip, nnd the outlook is iuot therein a needed reform. The SecreFlemlil) and starts up on the other side. .'. AMONG HIS NEIGHBORS. S 3,9,C88 00 died, aud the following day unother. Tho thinks that the Total cncouriuriiiK- The The following are the internal revenue tary concluded by saying that it is vital Debt bearing no Interest-O- ld limit ol Str.te ta.xation lor educiitiouul purKILLED BY ELECTRICITY. mother was then prostrated, and in a few ludian Curiosities. ;he same rate of receipts in the Sixth Covington Collection C4G.73S.S00 00 Mr. Hendricks Last Public Appearance to the public welfare that in customposes has been rtiiehid, jet dcin'd notes days she died. During this time several A Sudden and Terrible I'.tto Overtake a 13.VJ0.O03 00 .. district during the month of December. Certiorates of deposit luinlioti would b t'hetrfully borne. thoiiKh house matters there be concert of acItcfore Hi Home Friends. SpitiN'criELU, O..January 4. An interest1C6.32'.G01 M doctors were called in, but could do nothv.crc HicrcHsedSO perc'iit. lb&5: List, fltV.40; beer, $5 0GO: spirit Oold certflcates the tion, good understanding and pleasant i'airof Italian Orjr.in Grinders. find of Indian cariosities and skeletons on usscesnients ing KJ,1VJ.4G5 00 s they she Id be. The sudden death of Uver certificates ing toward checking the disease. On the $3$:H,o21.20; tobacco, (18,555 53; cigars, !,- forms batxveen the Senate and the head Frac'al currency, less ?S,37j,33t Monday last a girl of twelve years died, hat Is neeiled now in Kentucky Is SJ2.25; New OitLEtN's. December 30. Vincent was mado by two young men of Pike Town-:hiC,C50,1"3 00 special taxes, $'i 10.57; total, $CG3, Hendricks will call vividly to the minds of the Treasury Department, and added: estimated loetor destroyed.. bcal and tho father now lies beyond nil hopo of Mahgclla and Salvndor Torcici, Italian yesterday. A cako of the wonderful an awakenedsupplementsentimentaid ai.d pride I'.O.iO. by heal State of many his appearance on the ex'ening which xvill recovery. Mr. Fcldt purchased a quantity organ grindern, were entertaining a large S 5f5,G27,0i"i 00 Principal "I shall do mv utmost to promote this, irnx thoroughly ''paint stone,," with which tho Indians wero taxation. This i of pork aud had it salted down. The chilTub prisoners in the jail atNewportxven preceding his decease, at the grand reprincipal s( hoois. The Total debt, l,SW.v;.U3.00 dren, he and shall not unduly intrude ray party crowd with their music at the corner of St. accustomed to paint themselves for their successful )st in f coimnon said, had been in tho habit of going .. . irst0,552 00 to Interest Krcmer inuii beuuUts or local at the residence of State affiliations and my party prejudices, t the barrel and eating of tho meat, and Louis and Charles street lat night. While battles, was found with tho skeleton-- . This nnv xvhlchcouM mil are couielrom a lavor-al'l- e treated to turkey ond oysters on New ception possibly Year's Day xvhieh, I nevertheless hope and believe, ho had permitted them to do so. not real...... Torcici was grinding out the music Mun- - substance is made by skimming certnin Total ?l,t 43,713.713 00 Treasurer Cooper. replr to the appeal to Mif Nat:oiiHl are winch anil Less cash items available for springs izing that there might bo anything wrong. gclla waited by his side. He was leaning streams thistiine. lnthia. Hon". W. L. Scott, of Erie, Pa., purchasWhile the gathering possessed no po- are reasonably strong." SI. Louis 40,01G 00 .. with iron, and putting reduction of tho debt The house in which the Feldt family lives against the pole of the Louisana Electric permeated - in the nri.sect.i'.i'n 01 criuiuiiiis. we ncci ed from TSreaey & Wilson the finest pair of ,1 ess reserve held for rcdemp- is wretchedly filthy, and has probably Light at the corner when suddenly a flash thec skimming- in n mold. It is then bromler appl cation of the principle ot local 'tton of United States notes. 100,000,000 00 carriage horses ever purchased at Lexing- litical significance whatever, from the aided the trichinosis in its dreadful work. of light was seen to descend the pole, lie trented by some peculiar prore! known DEMOCRATIC BREVITIES. only to the Indinns. It finally solidifies m- - j The whole number of the sex oral defectixo ton. Both arc sixteen and a half hands very nature of things it contained uttered oneVcreom and fell, forward. Tor- to a cnKe. Total $ SSIO.O.C 00 u the ti lien tne Indians- desired to use chis'es accommodated ill Asxlums, rn. Westhigh, one by Harrison Chief, dam by In many of the prominent Democrats 01 cici caught his friend as be fell, and he too Total debt less available ca?h Army and Havy Signals. the KenThe future Of Mormonism seems to ern and Central J.unutie ........... . 1,314,473,095100 Items Chief, aud the other by King William, the State, and xvas a ery brilliant ocWhen the two men the coloring matter all that was necessary tucky for tho IMucation be threatened with an eclipse When Washington, January 0. The commit- was knockedupdown. found that Mungella was to wet tho edge of tho cake of pniut Training of Feeble- Minded Children, the and dian Ket cash fflTreasury ....... 71.01S.b72 00 were nicked it was son of John Dillard, dam by Washington casion. It was at a late hour when the the paths of plural marriage lead uuc Betee selected by the Secretaries of War and was dead, killed by a stroke of electricity, and it rubbed off liko Institution lor the IMucation of tho Denmark. Twenty-fivand his xvife appeared to the jail, the seraglio fades into a hundred dollars had Debt. less cash in Treasury. sides the cake of paint found, which Kentucky Institution Tor the and that Torcici'a head was burned to a Ilhntl tho Januarj 1,1GnI.. ... $M13,431,KS 00 the Navy, consisting of General linzen, of of a black color, but is bright VerA strange of the Deaf and Dumb - 2JM. at a cost been refused for the team. They xvere upon the scene. After expressingthe same Indianapolis Times. Debt less cash in Treasury the army, and Lieutenant Reeder and crisp by ofthe th'i casefluid. that tho million when wet, thero are Peroral skel- of .1". t;.67 In addition to tin sum there courtesies of the evening, Mr. Hen- barren ideality. is ?l,la.,3U.7W 00 Commander Hoff of the navy, to report on feature feDtcciubcr 1, &.. xvai paid during the year for the support of shipped New Year's evening eton, a stone hatchet and a lot of arrowJohn A. Logan xvill stand on dricks paused for some moments on the Louisiana Electric Light has no power as pauper idiots, support of lunatics in coun-- t Hr.i;i:oi.i's xvoolen factory. Covington threshold of the come, with liw a more desirable code of signals for the vet, and it does not commence until next heads. Decrease of debt during tho spacious reception tiptoe for three years to hound for convex ing lunatics to bl. service of tho United States, has hold sev- Monday It is thought the win ot another ago. damaged by fire a 00 month f.OSO.OlO SSi.?.- 70 making the total amount rooms and contemplated the scene head in a listening position and , Cash In Treasury available eral meetings the pest week. It was Electric Light Company must have crossed School Children Injured. onnccouutot public churitu'.--. $377.SIUi7. The Kentucky Institute for Feeblo Mind xvith a smile of unconcealed pleasure. ears alert, hoping to attract attention for reduction of the debt-G- old agreed to proeuro the different codes now its lines "The electricity ran down tho from Diwon, P.. January L About 10 Thie I comphi nt ivtinr of each of tho ed Children, Ht Frankfort, was established A slight pallor xvas noticeable and finally to hear the Republican held for gold' certilicateR used by the different Governments of She crane of the line on tho hoisting wire, nnd suiiieient a o'clock this morning, during tho prevalent Lunatic Aylumoto olmeet the cnu&timtl) actually outstanding "103.359,001 00 world, and to instruct a certain number of it being 1 damp night, the circuit was in 1&C0, and is one of the most important upon his countenance, yet he order to go to the front. He is likely Silver held for filver certifigable-endthe grounded in of a heavy the roof, is demands of that unfoitumite class. the men at Fort Micr Mangella was unfortunately of our State institutions. cates actually outstanding.. C3,173,4Go 00 never looked in to'gct very tired, bnt his endurance or seemed When suffiand a vailctv ol suggestions looking to theirt use of each of them. within the circuit and killed by the elec- and chimneys of tho Tyrone United States notes held tor Membkhs of the House of State Repregreat. A. '. Graphic himwill tricity, and Torcici, when he came to resrendered inoro adequate to the bench-denbetter spirits, and expressed cient time lias elapsed tho committee certificates of deposit actualwere blown down. A little child of, I). S. iiurpose for which they are sentatives are elected for two years, nnd self as being in excellent health. We can see nothing but gfod to hold a sort of competitive examination, to cue, was struck by tho same force. ly outstanding 00 Strickler was buried in the debris, and Thero luive been an Increase in the ruilw ay must be twenty-fou- r estimation, Cash held for jnatured debt years of age nnd re- As he stood there, xvith that polished issue from a careful and vigorous' obascertain whice Power, in their when extricated was found to be lidly track tnlleiiKC xvlthln the State in the lat two - uuu uui-rt- 1C.P03,023 CO unpum.... .. has tho best system. It will teen ue tne hurt about the head and face A lw of caro or ltd nille- -, with four new and import- side one year in the county, town, or city grace and suax'ityof manner so charac- servance of the spirit of the President's Cattle Swindle. Fractional currency 2.92SC0 ! iintviif thethrert officers to eudeavor to in pioce-so- f contract his skull January 3. Win. Rafter, David Newcomer had condition. fractured, ant lines underwhile others and enual Import- - they represent. teristic of his . attire, he presented a letter, and xve believe that ajl eceptA nno liAtrni, llinn ttin t. S.elOeted at the of Several I'onctniMi, in. nnd is in u precarious Total available for reducfew-- or 111s cnanges eu ui.u.1ri..u-nM- " The last xvill of Chas. Clark xvas admitted magnificent appearance, and never with fair will be submitted to of this place, has succceeded in swindling more of the children attending school were report iince' aro under $ 229,240,01tJ 00 trial. Their tion of the debt mo.b. wfnro. the lc?ral expiration being commenced within tho loprobateat Louisville, a few days ngo seemed grauder or in fuller possession tho Secretaries, vho in turn will submit it a large number of farmers and cattle dealof more of less- scratched nnd bruised, but near Reserve fund-H- eld of tho tho to Congress for action. By this course it is hurt, greatest excite- gtntf future. The railway xproperty ;:f,irV He gives all his personal estate to his sis of all Ins powers, for redemption of United lucre stood before of their commissions, will bear all allied at sutijcot to taxation 'hoped that a simplified and impiovcd code ers out of considerable sums of money by none seriously for a the retime, as it was States notes, acts of January uuyngttocK ani giving wortniess cnecKs ment prevailed ter, Emily Sonuners.and this in very small. him many a true, tried friend, whoso tests to which they may be pioperly rex nine of $his 137 :ci JKi. yielding of signals will bo produced, to be used in on theTNational Bank of Piedmont, W. Va. ported many hnd been killed. $100,000,000 00 14. 1S75. July 12. 1SSJ Th'ero were hut bIa coal mines in operation He provides that no priest or preacher shall hand-gras- p both naval and military services. Unavailable for reduction of was more eloquent than subjected. A'. Y. Evening Post. John Day, of Grant Comity, is out $1,000. in the State in ls70,xrlth a total output of only be present at his funeral, and in commenthe debt: 1SS4 oxer seventy, Frederick Bond pKi.U'O tons; thero were in and quite a number words. Here and there passed many a It is evident from Mr. Tilden'sin Pennsylvania. Si7,7K5,430 00 Fractional silver coin n cing his will obliterated the name of God frosted head of both parties, touched letter that as is his wont with all imForeign News. with n product mini these under the of others from $200 up. The stock was shipij2d,H4i00 Minorcoin... of the Inspector alone ot !..Vi0,0fO ton, from its beginning aud inserted "conLANdsTEit, Pa., January 4. Fresh cases ped East as fast us bought and sold by a by time and the strain of many an portant public questions, he ha given LoxnoN, January 3. Six hundred Arubs to 4.."00 cinploxment to from 4a confederate. Tho total loss is quite lai go. ' Total of have been discovered f urnlsliing nt wnceo aggregating annually science," making it read in the name of anxious campaign. Thero xvere also 5 2SJ23.27r,00 person", the subject of his letter a long and exas cash .... ?iw,779,7S0 00 wero killed in the recent battle with the Ceititlcatcs held on tho farm of A. S. Frye, near Mason-vill$1,.VM.000. andwiihn net unntinl add tiou to conscience instead of God. It xvas a very present several of the younger politiKct cash balance on band... . 71,018,67- - 00 English. They are in flight towards haustive studv. for he writes of harbor Mcllen in Mexico. Landlord this county. Twenty-fivanimals ilieaggregutaxvenlth of the Commonwealth peculiar freak, as Mr Clark is said to have cians, who xvonttoseek his coun- defense like a" master of a department A number of fanatics succeeded in out of herd of one hundred are nfflicjcil. BOjTOX, January L Andrew L. Mellen, ot perhaps twice that sum. And et we havo been a Christian. Total cash In Treasury as scarcely made a beirinning. Coal llelds. sel, and who always met with a kind in the science of war xvhieh hits propenetrating Suakim, attacking the soldiers of Baltimore, for whose alleged implica- The State authorities have been notified. thown by Treasurer's genin? thousands or square miles of our The gen- voked more expert discussion than any $ 4I,301,l'43o2 streets, n furious fight following, in tion in the Mellen Coolidgo murder conMorehead, a few days ago, Mose and encouraging reception. eral account.- in the At territory, and containing the best qualities which a number of the English were killed. spiracy he is wonted bj Boston officers is in Clinching the British Claws on Burmah. of fuel for all purposes to bo round on tho Little shot John Mario w through the boxveh- eral eagerness of the throng to gain his other. But what is most remarkable anniversary of Emperor The twenty-fiftChased by Ravenous Wolves in Illinois. Loniion', January 4. General I'euder- - globe, still remain untouched. killing him. The trouble arose over the presence a small town about five especially noticeable, and ; tho nttontinn xvhieh Congress and William's accession to the Prussian throne from Monterey, Mexico, aud is doing miles gast, g busiof the British expedi tiou sale of a yoke of cattle. Galena III., January 3. A thrilling ad- wa quietly celebrated. The funeral of n ness thero with Jule A. Raudlc, on what is the people xvill pay to this voice from a long interval of They tell of a conductor in Georgia venture was that Mr. John Collison, on Fenian named Buckley, at Cork, was made known as tho Hot Springs property. Ho in Burmah, has arrived with his forces at He has been received xvith en Grcystone. A venerable man, now TnE value of building improvements at Bhamo, K0 miles north of Mundalay. and xvhohas worn all the hair off the sides Louisville during the past year xvill amount thusiasm and distinction xvherex-e-r he removed from public life and all Mifflin, Wis., had two nights ago. WhiYb the occasion of a political demonstration. can not be extradited. met xvith a cordial reception from tho of his head by lifting his hat xvhen he Prince Alexander is said to have asked the hewas returning home from a neighbor's has gone, but tho homo hearts the political ambitions, command.'- more to more than $0,500,000. Burmese and Chinese merchants. A strong tho Russian of ficers in his a5ks lady passengers for their than would be bouse, some distance off. on foot, he was Czar to teiustato An Egg Within an Egg. force of British troops will garrison Bhamo. Mas. Lccisda UELMti widoxv of the late hearts that touched the tenderest cord respect when he speaks it, as ho attacked by a pack of wolves, which are un- army, to help reorganizehostilities.feels cerhim! It was accorded to the utterances on the sub2. A gen m ISDUS.vrons, Isu., January how they crowded about Governor John Helm, died a fcxv days ago usually numerous in that locality during tain Servia will resume A sable son of Africa, accompanied at Elizabethtoxrn, after a long illness. She his last meeting of friends on earth, his ject he discusses of any other citizen Eggs by the Pound. tleman from Brookfield, a station down the winter. Tho wild beasts, eufrqunded United States by a smiling daughter of his race, entho "Big Four," camo to the city this mornMr. Collison and would undoubtedly have Former Chicago Millionaire Drowned. xvas thedaughterof the eminent jurist, Ben last farewell to them all; and 'noxv it even the President of the Why is it that eggs are not sold by tered the office of a Justice of tho Hardin, and the mother of Ben Hardin xvonld seem some wise Providence had himself A' Y. Sun. devoured him bad he not been armed witji ing with a curiosity in the shape of a vers Chicago, Jauuary 3. Chas. H. Curtis, largo hen's egg, inside of which, as was the pound instead of by tho dozen? u trusty revolver, which he made good use Peace at Coweta, Ga., the other cay, Helm, of Chicamauga fame. One of the most ridiculous perdraxvn them together just once more to of. killing two wolves and putting tho rest one of the oldest residents of Chicago, and discovered, where tho shell was partly Tho present custom, absurd and ridicuand thus addressed him: "Is you der The number of business failures in Louireceive tne strong magnetic, cneer 01 formances in politics lately is the preto flight. During the encounter Collison a wealthy and well known business man, broken off, was another egg ot averago lous as it is, offers a premium on littlo Jcdgc what is to marry people? Waal, ville during the year was sixty-fouthis distinguished leader, and his neighshelL was wounded on the baud by ono of the was found drowned in the lake this morn- size, with u tense of Senators Logan and Hawley hens and little eggs, and is a fraud of tel ver Isc got de license and I got fifty .amounting to (633,355. In 1834 the failures bors and friends, regardless of political .that they knew all about the act of ravenous beasts, which fastened its fangs ing. Circumstances point to suicide, us in the flesh. the first water on the purchaser. Tho cents left'." The Judge said: "Aly fee amounted to $2,574,098. Mr. Curtis has been for some time in finanfaith, who were present on that occa- Confess passed last March, providing The Mew Census of Charleston, S. C. belongof the cial distress, and poor health. It is said The first railroad in the West was built sion will have a pleasant remembrance for the payment for property and deCharleston, S. C., December CO. Tho eggspounds large breeds weigh nearly is live dollars for performing a cereNew Orleans Hotel. Btiriiflg of a that the residue of his once vast foitnuc, to the dozen, and of the mony." "Yes, sar, Jcdgc; but den I two 1S32. iu- of the last time when he appeared in ing to officers and enlisted men Lexington to Frankfot in CenSUS OI UUailCSton Uiiy, amounting a few years aeo to $3.000.ono Kew Orleans, January 3. Tho Southern x' small breeds but little over one. In thought T get married as fur as der from time of peace, but that Hotel, ou the corner of Carondclct and found its way last summer into the famous day, shows a total population of of00,143 the name of the lordly Asiatic, whose Tue Kentucky House of Representatives their social midst. in conversation at stroyed in over fifty cents 'ud go, and next Sadday I'll has the sole poxrer of impeachment. Cheltenham Beach, or South End scheme, against 49.PS4 in 1SS0, an increase Eudicott is muddled nb..bt it. Mr. Hendricks, Julia streets, w&s burned this morning. white addressed by some The law limits the liability for articles havo demainder and gits ycr ter linish Tho inmates barely escaped with their near South Chicago. Mr. Curtis' relatives, twenty per cent. Tho 3AM0. population is deep, rich crow awakes us every mornA loo rolled from a wagon at Shelby-vill- c the reception, was Tho at a losf, to lives, and lost all .their personal effects. however, aro his tragic end.form any theory 27,003, and tho colored of children. colored ing, we protest. The eggs from his der job." The Judge declined to pro" ono present with the remark that he to the discretion of tho Secretary ol and crusbod John Hall, a well to do in regard to surplus consists mainly Loss $17,000. harem arc genuine, sixteen ounces to ceed until the .whole amount was forthlooked so fresh and youthful that he War. Secretary Eudicott, an .i. farmer, to death. Missachu- the pound, two pounds to the dozen-- all coming. must have discovered the fabtod fount- of the Supreme Bench ofvery loosely The President of Peru, Found Assassinated. The Kea'HCky legislature Organized. wool and a yard wide, worth one youthAt Louisville John Masters, wife and "o," replied setts, says that this is a 'r.w Youk, December 39. President Pier-rolGiuXTVille, W. Va,, Januery 3. Israel Mr. Sol. Smith Russell tells how he three children xvere returning home in a ain of perpetual hundred cents on the dollar; whilst the pleasantly, smiling drawn law and advises Congress to LorisviLLE, December 30. Tho Kentucky Keplingcr started from his homo on the of Peru, arrived in Now York this eggs of the little Friday that fly recently Tenewcd an acquaintance xvith buggy from a visit a few days ago. A boj in acknowledgement of tho compli more closclv define the duties of the Legislature coayeaed at Frankfort, morning for a few hours' hunting. 2fot re- morning from Paris, where his family is threw a fire cracker under the horse which ment, "I have not uiscovereu too Secretary. "Thereupon the t.vo Senelected tbo following officers: Speaker, turning within a reasouablo time, a search- residing; His return is tho result of tho over the highest fence and roo3t on tho Mr. Otto Schnelgarten, of Milwaukee. and Schnelgarten set up the beer, and exploded and the horse became unmanaga are a fraud and defour yean in tho Charles Offut, of Bourbon County; Clerk of ing party was organized and sent out,' and defeat of Iglesias by Caceres, and the highest legendary fountaifl, Jnit I am reminded ators, who serx-claxy the 'House. Green Kellar, of Nicholas yesterday the missing man was found with wresting of the Government from hisbnnds.' lusion. You have to eat two for one presently he &ald: "Let me see, Sol, ble. Ono of the lines broke and the animal of a little" incident I was engaged in army, but who never have CouEty; Doorkeeper, Robert Tyler, of a.JjuUetinhisbrniu and another through. for Peru, aud pay twico for the proper, amount you oond me vas aboud the same age, darted up street at a fearful rate and final- trying a case ia Ohio, xvhen a very vers, proceed to put a veryow ;esti- - ' Senor Pierrola will sail Gradis: Clerk of the Senate, Harry Glenn, the hand. Ho bad been assassinate! it? How ly the buggy collided with a telegraph pole a provisionman, before a Judge whose mate updn the SecrctaoVlegtdabilitri! and asat present thero is only unlikely that of albumen. Let us do away with this ain't thirty-seve- n old vos you, anyvav?"' ofCarlisle. fcomcone. as yet unknown. years old," replied throwing the occupants heavily to the youn though nearly 'I years? rested ' ! rietrmt Vrtt Press. flat egg business and buy and sell eggs "I am al government there, it is not , .; AcbT, gome noxv dot iMMHBW ground. Mrs. Masters head struck against lightly upon hira', aad his youthful apMr. Russell. he may again secure the Presidency. Iowa Homestead. by the pound. V Vife.Mnrriprpr. Senfannari TkctjiriMi CvMierelal Warli Uneasy. ...... . .w..V.U. Tho Iritn Marshal Serrano.' of Spain, the curbstone and she received a dangerous pearance was most remarkable. vos a cuoKur-- ' insisted scnneigarten. I Two Colored Incendiaries Lynched. 'T3muw; JaauarylrTas German- - Trade Spanish r. i., uecemuor SL Charles.j ''What on earth are you, Buffalo, arm broken his lifetime forty smilingtp ticallv. "No," protested vound. A boy had hisbruises. The and his spoke to him during the trial of my saw during eighty-fou- r Craw-!f6rtlewttm .aayi tfcat he sew year opens rith Hermann, the was sentenced that umbrella for, dear doV?" Macox. Miis.,Deccmber ZQ. Kear. Spanish Minisothers "I was born in 1818." lister received severe case concerning the disparity in his rebellions, dozen chiefs of the Spanish to bo hanged on Februaiy 12. No new trial mob of citizens took Amateur Photographer "You said Mr. XmL fordy-cighMonday, a a glooy oatleok, akd that the commercial last T.vdo eh?" cried escaped unhurt. "In appearance, and asked him tries and a ao-will be asked for, but an effort w ill be and Thomas Sharp, both you wanted to borrow it to go home to naeaey ea acooaat of the Govern-neatworM and The number of State SchnejK "Get ond! I gatch you 100, and the muabtr of Representatives Ist. how h had to preserve bia Government. ,.i arvjMft t awaopollxa the tpirit maae ic omnia a commutation ox lue en from the iail and hanged them j with, and getting something to ..,.- S&fttori thirty-eigh' 'ThvwirewushtUingfirtoomacotton Use t; iapjpi1iofitaat tor Ufa, den years go!'' aic dot Ira4t. 11 -d steamer W. D. Chipley4yras trying to moke her landing at Stark's Clay, ten miles north of this place on the Chattahoochee River last night between seven and eight o'clock, Fort Gaises, G., January 3. AVhile the Honor of Signer ZorilU. Madrid, January 1. Tho Republican? aro becoming troublesome in the south of Spain. A baud of revolutionists recently tried to destroy the railroad bridge in the Cordenas pass of the Sierra Morena Mountains, which separate La Mancha from Andalusia. Fortunately, the wreckors were discovered while they were at work, and live of them were arretted. They bad cut through the underpining of the bridge, and the next train which attempted, to cross would have been wrecked if the plot had not damage been discovered. Js it was. the heavily-loadea was repaired just in time to passenger train from theOorth. The train contained a number of Southern members of the Cortes, who wore returning from Madrid. It is supposed that the outrage was uttempted with the obpect & Killing those Senators and Deputies. ost of whom are Royalists. At CiuW Heal, a foiv miles north of the s.ceno''1""; Pul,ae, a number ot personay arc &ii. i imprisoned ou suspicion oflo" make a revolutionary nsing. At a ban quet given by Republicans in honor of Seuor Zorilla the speakers representing the majority of those present urged a revolution against tho Government. A minority, headed by Senor Salmtron, an eminent Republican leader, protested ngoiust violence, which, they declared, would be harmful to the party's'intereits. They strongly urged that help be sought from the Moderates. con-piriu I Amrilran Troup Ordered to the ltiver, and Will Drive Out DUturher at Mler. Lusno. Tex.. December 30. A Sergeant of tlieU S Army stationed at Ringgold Bumrks vjme sixty miles down tho RiJ GramV fiom this place, arrived here tonight indieporte that a general uprising is takitg place in all the small Mexican towns along the river between hero and Urownp-HlMajor Kellogg, command tho U. troops at S. ing ie above mntioned post, and forces are now enVoiite to Renin, a small city on tho .Anioriiiiu hide, where over three hundred men. irosilv fmm Moico. ate inarms, and evpre-- i their intentions of taking the city ofMier. Tlun have an abundance of and are of the desperado and boidfiruffian eln-- . Mnjor FCeltoKg pro- them, or (unr them to .$ to diMiw-enve Ameiicun territory, in idi r to prevent a, breach of the neutrality laws be The tnoteiueul ,tween the two Republics politi originated a mom; a ff w ..i.trtc i'l, iiApn .l..fMtu,l al fill rt prif. ,'ttl Mexico." Mexican troops are" now being seutfiom Monterey to Saltillo fbo-- e to reinforce alitadv stationed in the cities of the State of Tumaulipas, where the next outbreak i daily expected. o dt.-anf!- Iowans Experience tho Dolights of SuggiSUcma by the Governor to n Blizzard. l9;Genera Assembly. Wind, Snow, Italn, Hall and a Central Dampnct l'crradlng the ern County. West- A jnr ' Th7 Innnce ".of a Nine Column Document. 6t- - 11m stat ChurRa- - nIo,.lnstltntioiiHvttc Govoii well-know- n e, t. one-qunrt- Chicago, January I. The severe snow which has been ragulg and throughout the Northwest since Sntunlay, has seriously interfered with tho telegraph wires in all directions. All lme west of here are down, and communication with the East is very uncertain. Dispatches received from Sioux Citv, Iowa, Inst uight. reported a blizzard there It had been snowing and blow mg steadily since Saturday. Thero was already a foot of snow on the ground, and no signs of the storm abating. Dps Moines and Oinah.t also reported a heavy and a St. Paul dispatch reported the sumo throughout Minnesota aud Dakota. Lincoln, Nnn.. January 4. Tho ceased in this vicinity, but the winds continued, though with less velocity It is the worst blockade ever known. and extends from the Missouri River to points one hundred and eighty miles we.st Snow fences have Icen no protection, as tho snow has cutstwenty drifted over titem and feet deep It will all hav to be shoveled out, as it i too hard for plows. Tho Burlington niaiu line has trains moving at a snail's pace, but all branches will be closed for ten days or longer. The temperature is mild, not going below 15- above zero. Thero is n danger of a famine in coal or other necessities at any point, unless another storm follows. closely. Kanss Citv, M.. January I. A heavy snowstorm visited Western Kansas yesterday, exteudiug as far west as New Mexico, and still continues. Two train are reported blockaded at Dodgo Citv and telegraph w ires are interrupted. Thestoim began with leet and i by wind, which is drifting tho snow liadlv. A report from Colorado and New Mexico states thnt the storm is ono of the most severe in several years A light snow U The temperature is falling here mild. Tho overland tram are all delayed on account of the storm wost of here. Trains were made up on the Santa Fe aud Union Pacific, in Western Kansas, to bring in passengers from the blockaded through slect-storbnow-storni, mail" lowmgaitt.the most nromlnent tonics di. euSEea.M says: "Atinv Mod In c iir hlsujry have our Fed- crul Feint! v wen mm-- r.sj rnoinous or our domes4' airs more tnuluiill. Allelnoscs hnvc?iii ;ly acouiescedfln the noht eal reo!pew ccompllslied UttoukIi the rcjrular 1 I nythods of frfe Constitution, by aud whicb.no Gove Jit havo been transferred from the part) ;ir whose control Jhey had been ad condl-t!on-- ,..j KllOtt'g iiirsnr-- n 1 SKfiTtn V.urnlif ..., j , TOe, nino or ten coltfiruns. The fof-- Lear Tobacco Market. The Frotcctlou ofFort fro. DcpretU-tlo- n Previous to lie AccoapUlcd Prlc?s have not uudergone any quotable Hasty tegislatloaaW B Avoided. change during the wecJc, We quote as follows forlSSo tobaccos of The oflbrts wlfeck we have, made to fair to good body and substance. Thin, rouse the attcntfon-ithe public to the greenand unripe tobacco-selllower. of better methods for proimportance Dark and Ihaxu. liurieu. Common iuvs, 4 bOit 3 V3 4 00 M tecting the forest3situatcd- upon the Medium Iuks. ........ 4 2.75 4 SO 4 7r7fi Sir, afforded "by domain Good Iuks 4 &oa 5 on 5 sva IT 00 public 4 73U G 3 Common leaf 6 00a 7 00 Bxisting laws aro'beniiing to bear Mcd'um leas 5 Wtt 6 SO 7 OOfi 8 50 The ComnHssttWfBr ot the Genera6 753. 7 1!5 9 50ail 00 iririt. JJood leaf .. Long leaf, foV ATns 7 30 S30 l-Land Onice utbfe veport just 4 made public, calls attrition to the fact, l'rocecillnc of thaXglilature. FnANKFoRT, December 30. Senate. The which we have constantly pointed' out, publicfonber f s thr'are youthful vigor to such a remarkable degree. 'By not allowing iuyself to look at things through old eyes,' a:itd he. 'I have endeavored to retain tho enthusiasm of younger days in everything I have undertaken, and have retained my youth' simply because I havo, never permitted myself to consider myself old.' So it has been with me. I have retained the enthusiasm of my younger days, and to this I altribubu the appearance on which you co mpli-meme." Indianuflolis Journal. THE CUSTOMS SERIVCE. nt Senato organized the officers:" Harry Gfpnu. Clerk; John Allison. AsBlstantlcrk; Itfw. tJonklps. FryLawrenob, Doorkneper. House. The following oflicerii Vera elected: Cliarlos S. Offunt. SpflJierX Grex-It. Kcllar, Clerk; Willis MnKO, AslstntClerk: to-da- y n Lec-einve-r to-da- y Jjjrcw t. t e, bb-'dl- 1 ri-.- 1 -- 1 enow-stor- ""r-- 1 Z .- mr1 ye'im - Crof-tou- - oft-han- d. c to-da- ur-?u- - Conn-riliu- ! s 111 side-trac- .a-k- et - y sex-erel- plovr-niak- tlietux-pajcr- s v me-asur- well-intention- so-oll- e fire-bucke- ts i e bell-rop- e a- re J,jr-..Uiu-BcaP';Jlie- . ruiiil-trani.- it -- .'-- :. lrwonifl-nchirerrornOteien- lly . V. - mf-iii- Civil-Servi- ce to-da- y nt P debt-Bo- nds sc.-vi- Hciundine-certiflcatcsaUper- Jnn-uary- l, prox-ldin- r side-tracke- d . l.no-Ingl- x ss -- 11 New-po- rt -- other-wisu- - Gox-cnio- r i lepal-tende- r . 11 Vice-Preside- nt p, .... . icu-io- gix-o- n 'fora'-sisttincc- n. a- - - K:i-- -- Ken-tuc- water-color- s. Vice-Preside- up-pea- rs IM11-cutio- n e nt i- few-da- - wind-stor- s school-hous- o be-i- 13,9-,0,0- i 1 .Inr-ic- Kr.T-Ei:,W.- 11 - pro-pe- ct 1 & - l, Pleuro-Pneumoni- a suiier-x-Islo- pleuro-pneumonl- a m m e, Don-gol- e 11 un-dcrl- - h "iap-C'hlc- o, hand-shakin- d. ut-tcr- lv - M - well-harden- r, Sec-rctar- tt -- ' r X co a, 1 31 Vice-Preside- nt to-da- y non-sitter- s, tree-top- s, d bt-c- , vO four-scor- e, photo-srraphin- Er wife-murdere- r, d, 's h.-i- ti. ejHi 3 . d, ,. v .z-.,- e agd & . i -- fc r--- At ? r m Ol f rLyJ- l3v. .i:. h--r N 3 t w i &r r Tci Tt. c -- -- . 4 f . - . r "'- ". L !. . , ns . r I1 -- T? VJtSVft " 1. " ess 5,w J The Hickman Courier. GEOBQB WAilREN. Publisher. TALMAGE'S SERMON. The Closing Sormon of 1885 in ho Broojdyn Tabernacle. A Review or the Joarney of life, With Obstacle and Vicissitudes Sug- CCKtloiit of.New Things for tho New Vear. " XU HICKMAN. t s KENTUCKY. CURRENT TOPICS. X. Pastecb's father was & tanner. Tabou ordinarily wears jewelry worth $30,000. Sauer-kral- t is reported to bo an anti-dfor delirum tremens. English workinginen have 540,000,000 stores. in Colored men have organized an oyster packing company at Annapolii. Christmas Day seems to have made a bloody record all over tho country. Senator Stanford has subscribed $3,000 to the Zion Weslyan College of "S'ortli Caro?' lina. Senator Hale, it is snid, submit"? drafts of all speeches to bis wife before delivering them. TiiESultan of Turkey, owinp to hard times, has reduced tho number of bis wives to 250. The eldest danpbter of Mrs. Kate Chase (formerly Mrs. Sprague), is preparing for the stage. The total amount of mileage paid to Senators and Representatives in Congress is $143,000. Gkutie Revin, a "Westmoreland County Pa., girl, sent President Cleveland a Cbrlst-.ma- s turkey. Tns fruit trees In Santa Baibara are being dug up and English walnuts planted in their btead. No fewer than 150,000 cattle chew tho cud on Dorsey's ranch in Colfax County, Is. M. A Nevada man has raised three kittens that he obtained from the nest ot a wild cat that ho had killed. A Mormon who' was accidentally kf lied in childUtah tho other day left ren to mourn bis loss. Recent discoveries prove that tho art of wood engravings originated with the Arabs about the ninth century. From 00,000 to 03,000 people cross the Brooklyn Bridge every day in tho cars, while about 11,000 walk over. The late Jobn Landon Sibley, Librarian of Harvard, courted his sweetheart for twenty years before he married her. Editor Child-- , of tho Philadelphia Ledger, is estimated to be worth 33,000,000. And bo is ns generous and noble as he is wealthy. It has been decided to admit the new words and "dude" into the new edition of Webster's Dictionot sixty-seve- n ary. Plaques on which is a snow scene, includ- ing a church with a real clock in tho tower, were among the newest exhibit of the holidays. A nrsTic visitor to Burlington, Vt., spent Thanksgiving Day on the horse railway, making the trip ot four miles twenty-twtimes. Tnc Illinois militia.will be consolidated into six regiments of infantry, one battalion of cavalry and two batteries of artillery. Frank V. Adams, an Omaha clerk, insured his life for 510,000, the other day, in behalf of his friends, and then committed suicide. Tall bxdies who don't like their height may console themselves with the fact that the handsomest woman in Italy stands nearly seven feet high. Ferdinand "Ward has changed his locality and not his business. Ho is still engaged in keeping the books this time for the Sing Sing contractors. Commodore Vanderbilt's sound advice to his son "William as: "Don't you ever sell anything you haven't got, nor buy anythingyou can't pay for." The demand for copies of the President's message exceeds that for any former message. A fourth edition has been printed, and a fifth is contemplated. The value of the pig iron produced in this country during the past year was over f 73,000,000, or nearly the value of tho output of both tho gold and the silver mines. It is a common thing among the people of Dutch Guiana to inocculate themselves with snake poison to guard against the bites of poisonous serpents that infest that o, Frer.i-denti- al .country. Cremation will, soon be practiced in the Pere T.a Chaise Cemetery, Paris. The city Las just given a contract for the erection of a building with apparatus for tho incineration of bodies. iTis 6tated in consequence- of the net Treasury balance increasing by above in December, Secretary Manning contemplates making a call for three per cent, bonds in January. Lord Charles Thtnse, uncle of the Marquis of Bath, was a priest and canon of Canterbury Cathedral. He resigned his preferment in 1S32 and now, in his 73d year, has entered the Catholic priesthood. Kinett cigars in two hours was the test of a record by an Orlando (Cal.) man who en" deavored to smoke himself into fame and some cash. It is said that be lost only on the ninetieth cigar, which sickened him. Ijis understood to be Queen Victoria's pleasure that the jubilee of her reign should not be celebrated until the completion of fifty years from her ascension. That period will be accomplished on June 20. - 16S7. D. T, will" bo an inland town. In front of the city, where tho river ran twenty feet deep fivo years ago, there aro now one hundred acres of land six feet above high water mark. & David Davis is reported to have prepared a volume of memoirs, to be published after his death, in which ho makes some Interesting revelations regarding various public personages in and out of or It is believed that in ten years Yankton, Congress. . IT' 1 liv Lt t tr , . I President Shelve, of Amherst College, ays that if girls would run every day they would never die of consumption. Mr. James H. Shields, formerly connected With the Ford s Company, of Jeffersonville, Ind., has organised a company to start plate-glasworks at Butler, Pa. These will be the eighth in the United States. Alaska is now a civilized country. Sitka, kts chief town, enjoys all the great element that go toward up" a 'Western town. She enjoys a saloon; a Mongolian going bytheeuphoneous name of Ah Sovs, runs a restaurant; a brewery, mad a newspaper called "The AltuJcon" kave also made their appearance. Tht Wisconsin courts have decided that a German who can not read English can make a valid will in that language. Incidentally they decide, albo, that a man who can not read any language can make a valid will if he is correctly Informed as to the contents and knows what he is signing.. Montreal is to bare a bigger ice palace iban ever this year. It is 152 feet long and 344 feet wide. The principal feature is the great donjon tower, which rises nearly in the center. It is to bo thirty-thre- e foot in diameter and something over 100 feet in height. At each angleof it rise macbico. lated towers, three of eight feet in diameter and one of eleven feet. There are five men in the present Congress who date back to Buchanan's tors Morrill, Sherman and Logan, and Representatives Holman and Regan. Mr. Morrill has served continuously in every Congress since the Thirty-sixtObskbvjlnt travelers say that every country in Earope has three prices for sverytfciag sold there. The first is for satires, tbe second for Englishmen, and the third for Americans. It is needless to add that the latter recstve the full benefit of ' tha hi(h price. A. soodlt proportion , of the "twomill-ioa""retothe polls in Great .Britain the late elections. The full .returns .show. that .4,MM14;8nB voted, against poUfaft UUs last year. Tbw is an JMrwa jMflW Hh FrMMhlf Att 0. Plate-glass time-Senah. -- , .,, Rev. T. Da Witt Talmago, in preaching last sermon of the old year at tho Brooklyn Tabernacle, cbese an appropriate theme, taking for his text: Knowing the now It U high time to awake out oftime thatIKoraans, sl.i, 11. steep Wbilo this morning with glad anthem we celebrated the Christmas hour, liasit occurred to you that this is tho last Sabbath night of grand, and beaatiful, and eventful, and joyous, and solemn 1SS5? The occasion is mightily suggestive. Starting out ou a long journey on horseback, you ride along without stopping for many a mile, until after a while you como on top of a high hill. You rein in the 6teed. The hore smokes by reason of the length of the way. You take your feet out of the stirrups. You turn around in the saddle. You look ou" upon the ravines through which you have passed, and the bills over which you have come, and make an estimnte of how many miles you have traveled Then turning around again in the saddle, and putting your feet in the stirrups, you look ahead and wonder how far it will be before you come to tho y place cf destination. And so we come op on the Sabbatic Mount of privilege. Xo horseman over spurred on a steed faster thnn we havo gono up the steep's of life and down tho dangerous declivities; but having come here we stop and look back upon the way through which wo have come the dnrk-ne- s and the sirsyshine, the nccldents and th successes and then look forward and wonder how long or bow short will yet bo the way. And sitting and standing here, the hour seems to me, as to you, it must be, momentous. I put my linger on the pulse ot this moment aud I feel that it beats high and eternal destinies. You and I havo started-oin a life which will continue to live after the sun has gone out cold in death and this wrecked and foundered world shnll have strewn its timbers on the coast of an eternal desolation. O! it is a mean question for mo to ask my. "Where am I? What self and you am I? Whence cams I And whither am I bound?" Tho simple fact is that each one of us has a soul to save. Now, when any man in olden times had saved the IITo of a Roman citizen from drowning, for instance, that man who rescued tho uufortunato was honored. He was allowed sometimes to sit in theSenate; he was allowed to ride in great processions, and when ihe entered a room tho other people would rise up to greet him and do him honor. I would to God that we might aspire for the higher honor of saving a soul an immortal soul. There are three or four reasons that 1 can think of why wo should obey the injunction of my text and wake. up. The first arousing consideration that occurs to my mind is the fact that there are so many obstacles in the way of our salvation. Now, there U no need of our hiding this fact. We sometimes hear people talking to the unconverted and saying: "It is just as easy for you to become a Christain as it is to turn over your band." It is not. There ero tremendous obstacles, in the way of your becoming a Christian, and every man that ha3 tried in thorough earnestness to become a child of God has found that there are obstacles. That is not a wise general who deprecates the force of an enemy who says to his men: "My troops, you will have an easy time of it. Thoso castles can be captured without any very serious bombardment. There are only a few enemies in that opposing hos t. It will only be a few moments' assault and we will gain the victory." No. A wise aro strong "Those general says: Kn4tlntnntft? thoo inert wlici nre coming out to assault us are armed, o and they aro brave men. If you ever those fortresses, and if you ever overcome that host, it will be by a mighty rallying of all your energies." And I have to tell you now, that if you are ever going to get to Heaven, it will be by going out in aeon-teas one against a hundred, as cne against a thousand, ns one against a hundred thousand, aye, it is an iu finite impossibility that you ever succeed by any strength or resolution of your own, and if there were not some supernatural aid to be olTered and some divins promise to take hold of, wo would bo lost, and we would all be lost. In the first place, there are the obstacles In the worldliness that surrounds you. I need not tell you, men of Brooklyn and New York, that there is a tide of wosldli-ncssetting away from God and from Heaven. You have felt it, You have waded down in it until the flood came to your knee, until it came to your girdle, until it has come to your hip. You rise in the morning. You find it is a few moments later than you thought it was. You are in great haste. You hurry through the morning meal. You race down the street. You go to your office. You open tho letters and you answer them. You examine the money market. You run hither and thither. Your life is a toil and n turmoil. The long day, save the fifteen or twenty minutes in which you lunch, is given up to the influence of this world, and it is very rare, indeed, that from eight o'clock in the morning until four or five o'clock In tho afternoon that you have a single thought about the great future. Some thought may, while you are standing at the counter or in some stray thought of thebanking-housthe future world may como through your mind, but it darts out again, just like a wheels into swallow that in sumnier-tihi- e the open window, makes a. circuit of a few. minutes and then goes out, Oh! this tide of worldliness! You have felt it. It sets away from God and away from Heaven. You know it. Then there are obstacles in the way of your getting to Heaven, in Satanic and infernal assault. The air is full of evil spirits. Thejf'nocost you. Thoy meet you at the crossroads. They tell you the wrong road. They try to unbome your good resolutions, to spike your guns--, to outflank you in every Christian movement, and if you are ever successful nt all in gaining the realm of everlasting bliss, it will be by rallying all your physical, mental and moral energies, aye, it will be by calling upon the Lord Almighty by his infinite aud omnipotent grace to help you. And yet, if there were a single man in all this audience who should suddenly have come upon bim that he was going to miss Heaven, there would go up a shriek louder than that which is heard between colliding rail trains. There is no man who expects to miss Heaven. But how are you going to get over all these obstacles? I ask you as reasonable men, if the impediments in the way ought not to arouse you? Another awakening consideration Is in the value of the soul. Theodoric forbade the debasing of the National coin. They say; "We ought to debase it. We can mix something else in it and it will be just as good." "No,' said Tbeodoric, "I will not have my face imprinted on a debased coin." Here we are."- - The image of God bus been imprinted upon our soul, and yet it has been debased and has become, a counterfeit. We have all sinned, and we are all lost, unless divine grace rescue and redeem us. Jfow, hue is the soul. What is it worth? Is there Hot something in Its alue to arouse us? I sometimes hear people compare the spuria value to a mine. That is a very poor"comparison, for the silver and gold in the suae will melt after awuile, anibeof no arvalue than the scoria spit out from Cotepaxi, whjfe these Jewels of the soul will exist as Ipng as 'tberj are vases tn cttratty to bold them, Might I not rather take' pair of scales? Thsy ar rightly adjmt. jh two ilds tho to-dato-da- y, n to-da- y ht cap-tur- st caged now. It beats sometimes against tho wires of the caga and tries to escape, but it can not; but, let once the door of the cage be opened the thousandth part of an inch, as it will be after a while opened, let it be opened ever so little, and that soul goes out, taking fifty worlds at a bound. Ol "What shall it profit a man if bo gain the whole world and lose his own soulJ" Another arousing consideration I find in tho brevity of the time in which wo have to prepare for the next world. How long t took to complete tho East River Bridge ! Twelve or thirteen years. If it it had taken twenty years from the day the first foundation stone was laid, it would not havo been a great while for so magnificent a structure. How long was St. Peter's in building? Scores and hundreds of years. And St. Paul's is not dona yet. If thero is a vast work to be done you expect it will take a great while to do it. Now, here, they tell us, is a temple of holiness to bo built in every man's soul. How long aro you going to give us to build that temple? A thousand yenrs. "O, no," you say, "you can't have so much as that." Nor seven hundred, nor five hundred, nor three hundred, uor two hundred, nor one hundred, aud some of us will not havo sixty, aud some of us will not have fifty, and some of us will not have thirty, and some of us will not have twenty to build this great temple. O how vast tho work and how 6hort a time there is to do it! When will this procession that you see every afternoon from two to four o'clock, stop! This long procession going out toward the cemeteries. Not until all these merchants have gono out of their stores aud all these mechanics havo gone out of their shops, and all these artists have gone out of their studios, and all theso mothers have left their cradles, and all this city shall be emptied of thispre-senpopulation. The procession will keep going on until those who are hero this night shall have joined it in silence. O, how brief life is! We talk about it till it gets a stale truth, but sometimes God strikes it on the soul with such vehemence that we are roused up. My brother, a missionary in China, was telling me of an instrument that they had at work in China during the insurrection for the beheading of men. He said it worked a stroke something like that (indicating) and at every stroke one life went, and nnotber, and another. And, I thought to myself, that is just liko the stroke of the minutes. In just that way the generation; pass oir. Certainly, as quickly as that. A life another is gone, and another, and another. The waves of humanity dash up on that other beach in quick succession. Every stroke of the heart says: "Be quick!" The revolution of the season: "Bo quick!" The coming of the morning, tho dropping of tho night: 'iBo quick!" Another arousing consideration I find in the glory to 1k won. Paul was very fond of comparing tho Christiau life to a foot race. Those foot races have gone out of fnshion. But you have seen racing, and you know that very often the driver and his horse is influenced by the wager. He knows whether it is a large wager or a small wager. Two steamers start for Liverpool, and it is known that the onu that maks tho quickest trip gets tho job of carrying the United States mail. Will not the fact that tho contract will bo given to the swiftest vessel somehow influence tho speed of those ships? Now, I say, wo are started in a race, and ought not the fact that there are vast emoluments, great gains, a crown of glory that fadeth not away, beforo us, ought not these considerations to inspirit us by the way? O, blessed land. If you were oirered in the gospel merely a bunch of withered flowers if you were offered merely tho dregs of a wine cup, I would not be mirprisod If you felt uninterested in the result; but when I tell you of the joys that are oirered to you through tho gospel I do not see how you can stop a moment in the race. 1 do not undTstand why you do not put forth redoubled strength that you may gain the prize. "They shall hunger no more, neither thirst any more, neither shall tho sun light on thorn, nor any heat, for tho Limb which Is In the mldit of tho tliron e shall lead them to living fountain of water, and God shall wipe away all tears from their t On one side of that scale I put In simply a soul, nothing else at all: no trapping, but simply a naked 3ouL That U on one side of the balances. On the other side of the balances I put this world with all ita riches and honors and gains, a ponderous world. But thnt world rises; that side goes up, while the other side in which Is the soul comes down with ten thousand million ton weight. It ia an immortal soul, It is a priceless soul. It is wanted to get m. tie sr fmself : They navo come to tauo my rrfP' and ho trembled, and he refused to open tho kept up pounding and pounding away until he almost fainted with fright; but after awhile, plucking np courage and girding on his sword, and putting his hand on the hilt, ho had the door opened, when, lo! the messengers had come to offer him a crotvn. They said: "The King died one hour ago of apoplexy, and you have been chosen to be his successor, and we have come to offer you the crown." O! I thought how n,ach like that is our rejection of the Gospel, as though itwero a matter of oVei throw, when it is a matter of coronation. Not to slay, but to enthrone. If, this moment, by giving up your sins fairly and squarely I do not take the responsibility 0f saying what your sin is, I do not know if you would honestly, and before God, this moment give up yoursiu and take Christ, the news would fly heavenward and would strike seraphic harps, and angels bending in the sky, and ministering spirits flying on errands of salvation, would join wing towing, and wing to wing, while they cried: "Behold! he prays!" docr-Tfaey WUf ENGINEER'S REPORT. Pcnasy-vauialtallroa- Tho following Is an exact copy or tho report onirlnecr to the Tranic Manager StlicSow Jersey division of tho Now. Mr. Sanford. you wish mo to state Tho cause of detention to tit o sixty ebrht. The wind wns hiRh and tho steam was low. And the train bohlnd was a lieuvy tow. The coal wns poor and wouldn t burn. and The steam was Koneupon wouldn t return. the hill. And so we stopped Peace, bo still" aiiKfN whtspored: And the The steam was exhausted,In the engine, too, two. And so we cut our train It And that's tho war wo Kot down i To the fur tamed city or llonlentowu. feel cross, NowMr. Sfttifurd, don'tMr. Moss. report to Hut show the And ho (If ho chooscsrto Mr. Wnlte. other flying trip. Away And lay all tho blamo to Five MOR sixty-eigh- t. prize leaps heavenward and started on an they nil went keorgo closed bis eyes to keep out the dust and tried to ho'd up tho g Clara who lay shrieking in his arms. And still the exponent of rapid transit proceeded to accomplish his "stint" and stick to the motto of "Work first; play afterwards!" At last, after what seemed to George hours, he came to another and unexpected standstill, and fortunately, this event took place directly in front of a farm-housJ he family, who had been sitting on the piazza enjoying the cool of the afternoon, had seen what they had' supposed was a 'runaway" coming up the road and rushed down the yard just as the broncho drew up at the front gate. That steed, panting and halt-faintine. CALENDAR. O 00 00 lli'lif Ills IT I.S19 2 io jr. H 8 tiiTl-4' 111 2C i- i f'f 1' I UVllltJUU . 3.1 ,. t, i f ie t'th. 34! :. fci 9 10,11.1- - taT HI5'I6IT Is J,JUj V 2. A i J :"' J12I''.'!. .'.i ) - a jy m e 'lS,18 Ji21 l.r II M0 A if JT V ! Z. 4 u ii'i 31 5' 7 J,- - -' J; 8 1511ft JUr. I .1 If 2' 3 t, 5 11 Like a man without a wife. Like a conch w ithout a team. The most ueles thinu- in life Is an onslne without stcaiu. - U il Apr. . -- iMieitfis'ia'jbt III ! I 1 Ik ' o,, !. !J.,Jli. ifI it 1' i 51 e! 7, e I r-. !Ui20-il22i-- 22'J3'12oit .: .1 : lull 17 S 12 IS- - Is It 4 .! -- . : : :. v. 12 13 14 15 10 17 11 - 6' 1011 :4 2T . ' i ' t 41 s ott. 2ti 27 2S 2U ti . 7 H fcilJlH 15 S.WJD.il 23 i THE BRONCHO. Why Clara Maj. . 213 5U0 "' i XI 1C IT 3; 124 - 4 5 0, f, 9l "Why Jews live o Lang. The .Vina England Jledltal JfontMy comments very favorably on the proverbial long and healthful lives of tbe Jowg. fr. Picard holds that this superioritv is due to their stringent health laws. Tho Mosaic, liko the older Egvptian code. Is very tSe eating of flesh and other articles of food. Of the animals examined, a largo proportion aro always condemnod ns unlit for food. Peoplo who eat meat indiscriminately are very prono to disorden-o- f the blood and of tbe kidney?, for mentis composed of nitrogen, which the kidneys have to removo from the blood, and off courso they can not do this successfully except by tbo aid of "Warner's safe cure, tho best kidney strengthener, unless it is temperately partaken of nnd only tho va.y best meat is used. Jews also uao alcoholic liquors very sparingly and thus keep tip good digestion, and then again they are a holiday-lovin- g and Sabbath-oboervingclai. IToutrketptr. U, !17tl3l9 20il,2i2:Ji J5 2e,27 J5 ."J X 1, and George Now Patronize the Mrcct Cur In Preference to the Livery Stable. S1 ns: Jaiit Ri 113 1112!ut4,i;vj 1M9 iS'liii "' r;-i- d o! 6l Tl 8 Vnr. IJOJII . !J9. 4 7 K M0 U I4il.VIC.17 I- lifi-tJO1 2j 3 '' t' 12 IT IB I .1 r. A rnESii roll Tbe actor's new part. Anefforts of tho inexperienced skater. TJit JlamUer. otherThe 21l22JJ24,5iS127 t I J, 4 A FIGHTING HORSE. ) It Kills u .Mountain l.lou After a Lous anil IttniMly I JLander (Wy T Special. A desperate battle occurred recently between n Black Hawk stallion and a mountain lion. The stallion was owned by n Charles II. Ferguson, a hunter, camped on the bank of a tributary of tho " Wind River, up in th mountains. He had selected a small bunch of cottomvoods as his temporary home. These gave him both shelter and firewood. A little distance from the camp there stood an enormous Cottonwood, apart from all otherj, beneath which wns picketed tho stallion. A few nights ago Ferguson wns nrooid' from a sound sleep by a neigh from the stallion. The sound seemed to bo one of rage rather than alarm, and hastily arising Ferguson issued from his tent ami looked in tho direction of the hore. Tho nni-mwas standing in tho full light of a bright moon nnd seemed to bi intently regarding an object m the branches of tho tree. As Ferguson's gaze followed that of his horse the branches were violently agitated, a wild yell wns heard, a dark object hurled itself through tho air, and the horse had an enormous mountain lion for a rider. The hore sprang madly in the air, uttering n scream little Inferior to thnt of tho lion in shrillness and savagery. Though he returned to the ground with u tremendous concussion he filled to phake the lion from his firm position Dark spots of blood now appeared on tte stallion's shoulders and neck. The lion was tearing his way to tho jugular. Tba,bor6e, apparently realizing hi-- full danger, iprang straight into the thick tangle of boughs. The lion was torn from bis bloody sut and cast backward with great violence. Tho well-knowal j np!cndid Irnrchrs." In a few minutes CInra came tripping downstairs arrayed in a most fascinating Parisian street costume, and while she was drawing on her dainty gloves, up the ro.ul, in a cloud of dust, came the man with the broncho. To the disappointment ind surpriao of George nnd Clara that animal was not at all attractive; on the contr.uy, ho bad a vicious, and seemed to be in a great hurry, as if he bad forgotten something:, aud must go after It right away. "Oh George!" said Clara, disappointedly. passed through and turned to constallion "Is that a broncho? I thought a broncho front his foe in tho open space beyotd. w.s a dear, little shaggy horse with a bushy The lion speedily recovered himself, and tall." sprang once more into the brnncbei, and "Well, this is a broncho, anyway," an thence made another leap towatd the swered Geoice. "Perhaps he knew he was horse; but he missed his aim. Tie lion going out with a lady nnd got shtved." e man looked at the dainty The began a series of circles nearer anil learer finally mode mother littlo lady and then at tho white slender to the horse, nnd leap. With tho rapidity of thought the bands and geneial dude appearance ofto tho gentleman, and for a moment, seemed be stallion changed front, nnd his hind feet, considering the adviaabi.lity of making somo heavily shod, struck tho assailant fall in remarks, but. evidently "deciding the matter the breast. Tho .stricken animal tolled in the negative, he held the bridle until over and over, giving vent to yells they were seated in the carnage and ready of pain and rage. Once more he wade for a tart, then touched his hat and disan attack. This time the animal rushed appeared around the cornur. George had occasionally driven horses to death. Tho heels of the powerful green before, although he va no horseman; but were planted fairlv between the they had been refined, gentlemanly eyes, and the mountain lion's skull was who understood what was expected animals of them crushed, It had been fractured from side and acted accordingly. The broncho wns to side. A few convulsive struggles, a not an ordinary steed. His stylo of moving stiffening of the powerful limbs n de yfcj off was to make a bound into tho air and and the stallion stood viotor over spring off down tho road at a rate, of calculated to strike a pang of envy to even corpse of the lion. Ferguson took the bard heart of the limited express a skiu of the lion home as a trophy. style made perfect by constant practice, and which he piocecdeu to elucidate at once. A TOAD STORY. bvery-stablo Ilvery-stablitc-e- in the loveliest cottage nvury juiaguiauie. 5. "51 iiioriilinj bis ador.iblo Clara, in the sweetest of morning wrappers, pouted out tho "amber Eery of the Gods" for her adoiingGi-orge- . day the dtaoted husband tried to devise soino new ploasunt ft t las darling, aud often when his Clara's hands weio busy with her needle etnbro.dering little works of art iilKjn her crazy quilt bur mind was occupied with her deai est George, bo So sweet tumpeiril. Had she not seen linn rido half a dozen times in succession around the roller coaster without a touch of vertigo'.' And often had she known bun u.iuti a gatuo of to its close without getting mail and swearing! Such and admiration that .is tho existed between tins devoted air! Ono sunny aftornonon George came into bis wife's ilniiity little sitting-roowhero die was engaged in painting ono of Raphdust-puand kissing her ael's cherubs on a affectionately, baid: "I ome, hurry up, Clara, and get your bonnet. We're going for a rido in the country. Tho horse and carriage 'll be around in a few minutes. We're going to have a broncho. I don't know what a broncho is exactly, but I suppose It is a tamo mustang, and thoy say those mustangs are ':5fftf w ,r HI ri ?&v yriWil Jt. -- K. ttrro nr amiGEOllGE PEA BODY his charming briito l V'Vr-112 had just returned from tliplr wiMlilint- tour niul w covered with lather and dut, instead of hanging bis head in shame when the astonished fanner seized him quickly by the bridle, lest he should start off again, looked that honest man straight in the eye and lossed his head in the air, as micb as to say: "Don't trouble yourself. I am through fni the present. How is that for traveling? But that isn't anything to what I can do when I feel like it." Clara who was lifted from the carriage In a dead faint -- was taken into tho house and placed on a sofa, where the farmer's "wlnimen folks' took her in charge. When at .ast, alter a libeial sprinkling of water and several applications of a bottle of hartshorn to her nnstiiK, she opened her eyes, her distracted George was bending over her and iinp'o .ng ln-r-, in heat broken tones, to fmgive bim aud not to die. Clara gave a scream. "Oh, George, darling, your front teelli are gone ! Oh. that wretched broncho has kicked them out. I knew when he threw lus hind heels up in the air that last time ho was going to do something awful." "Yetb, Clara, but I'll have thome new onetli put in We ought to be tlianknil that our livetli aro thpared," said George, in soothing tones. When Clara was assisted out to tho light in which, thr.uigh the kindspi ness of then- - new friends, sho and her George were to be conveyed back to tho city, sho noticed tho carnage standing by the fence apparently In as good condition, from its covering of dust, as when they first started ou. on their perilous ride, and she was seled with wonderment as to how that broncho could have kicked out George's teeth without breaking the dash-boarn, d. Mil ttorw' ,Ti 1S.I1 1,11! si S 5 i C ! I 7 M t ll'l-'- l. ICt ,1- - II 1 jM20j2l,22l' b-.i-i- 2s.2uta:,, i4r p.. Red Star 1 TRADEV& - MARK. ?- THE MARKETS. LI ( '"' ' jisi Cincinnati. January hoicc IJutchers. won. 5. ISM. Tr. IIOGS-Com- SHKKl'-Go- ou H.ont-lam- iiy OooU Packers -d .... to choice. . .'. . . . . . 3 ;, 3 73 fcii SO Jj,! 3 6c ! 2 Si5 3.V toy GHIURE Tree from GUAIN No. 2 reil forn-Xo- -2. 4u) 37 . . 4 2T f. 4 '" Smucwrr.. . . .. MAY Tmiothv No. J TOU&CTf i Common Lui;... iiats lll NO 2. .o. inl.xMi -; 0i,. 32 i.i (,tu no & r 25 '4 . 37'J SAFE. SURE. Ojpiutea, Mmetlea Absolutelu flut Jolcn. AT PROMPT. ltOST ACD CHEROKEE 2KCts. COIULTiaORCXD. . GihkI m Dat.LritS. IKECUAULES 1.Y0GEX.EB a 70 PROVISIONS-I'urfc-Me- ss.. ItUTlMtariiuicy fralry Ohio Cmiiner.) Al'l'I.KS-I'rntie -- .... ..luri 10 7." frr.14 fti M- felO 37 -, The Seven Stages of Mail ALL REQUIRE AT SOME ACE REKEDY i'OTATOKS Kl.Orit-S'ute per tmrrfl NP.VV 131 fc 1W 3 00 ( u e 31 TiTLQu'S ft of ho YOKK. jro tl 5 n 1 2 -, ;- Sved Bum asd MaL'w. m and Wetorn. CHAIN Wheat Nd.2pi Corn No 2 mixed Oats-- ni. TA n rOHK-- M. ol LAUD KI.OUH-5t- Wv-ilcr- teain CHICAGO. 'joy,, uzi n 42 S04 31 i 43 'J 75 23 z U H 40 ntc UKA1N Wheat X0.2CI1 Corn No. 2 nati No 2 and Western. ..5 No 2 rert 1 ... .V) 5m H 4 --. ... .. fcl b7H Ue POItK-M- i'. US f- L.AHD-Ste- a:n 5"SI fcie 00 5 STfc'it t 0) 54 50 31 -- t ii jy.5 00 Hi 47 HALTLMOltB. TLOnit Kaniily GKAIN Wheat No. 2 Corn PROVISIONS Pork Lap- l- Hetine ! HOGS Out. mi-C- a, dt, ." Moss - 5 (uVi ;, CATrbE-FJ- rst quality $ .. ti. y. 01 , 4 2T. 4 73 t, 5 25 is, 5 SO fin 1ST STAnB-COLD- S. A a'steted csldU with ao nsisy be attended to at inre. TAVUIK'S tHEKOIvl'X KEilE-Dr S KE r OUJl react tUe amename and The beet Guni irrow- a' rrorn InslntheNKJth.ctn;': at v"2v"l' n Y ftx-- INDIANAPOLIS Wheat No 2 red Corn mixed Oats in.xed Flour-AN- Sluetnp-a-tcttcc! : 1VAL.TEIC A. ir. at TA1 i,OK, Atlanta, 0a, irei'.s. For aale 51 X per buttle. 'iwltuateaxuIe by all dreg- . tta " f a7 Jf L X LOUISVILLE o.I GUAIN Wheat Corn mixed O-- No.2rel.... f4 00 " 4 M ftOWAY Tho GREAT LIVER and Stomach Remedy Fcrtt-.ecrcof .t mi-io- d v ( f". 10 fc& 7 f I WTD&S ill PORK mess LAUD steam 1 ,.... s . cold. Cure; no morphia, no poison?. Only twen-ty-fivcents. St. Jacobs Oil cures pain. A roller-skater- Ltcosic pationt to physician: Caught Physician: Take Ked Star Cough o all dUcnlcrs of the Stomach. Ltver, Ituwc:. Klirryg. UlcdJer. Kerroii Disease. I.u5ors, . Il.ad3 :'.f.C::lvcEe&j.!ndh7trt'in.lSilIons-utsFever. lnanna-Vrof tLe Iloe!s. Film, and all derancccc-'- s cf tbe Internal I.cera. Purely mercury, mloerils or delevegetable, cuutalalaj-e-- j Appc-ltea terious drum. Price, i.i cents per Uor. Sold by nil dros-t- t ROLLKit-aK.iT- n 's Y.nno-iial- . gathers no moss, but a shins often get barked. .V. bioncho. X. B. Clara and George now take the ai and enjoy the scenery in a Smith Street open car. Jud'jc. A Peihaps, if she had known that those same teeth were attached to what the dentist averred was a "solid gold plato" and that already scouts (in the person of several small boys) were out on their trail, with the promise of a large reward In case they wore captured, she would have rubbed out one of the black marks put down against the Youn; Slcn, Head This. The Voltaic Belt Co., of Marshall, Mich., offer to send their ulebrated Electro- - Voltaic Belt and other Electiuc Appllvnces on trial for 30 days, to men (young or old) afflicted n ith nervous debility, loss of vitality and all kindred troubles. Also for neuralgia, paralysis, niul many other diseases. Complete restoration to health, vigor.and manhood guaranteed. No rik incurred, as CO days' trial is allowed. 'Write thematoncoforillustrated pamphlet, free. rheu-matls- T)K. KADWAV.H 1'It.I.S arfnettre for thU compla.r Tiiey restore Eireeeta to be stomach act enable ll to perform Ita f aacttoas. Tho symptoms of Iiyspepa d app r. ami w.tli them the liability of . Tako the medlclto thesystftntocntrxt according to ClrecLoc;. anJ o'jsape whatttesay la taleanITrt.(."r-pec:!r!ld rt. 1UV1 AT S re"c:iU a Irttrr s:an.p id UK. ; lVarrtn Ntreet, Xcw York, lor . C4I.. Fs! aa 1 True " . Ho sure l Ket BAMVAT'S. ihsr-.ije-- DYSPEPSIA ! DR. RABWAY'S It is a ditllcult job to set a Boston i''Wif, Gehman Cok Gltmx't StdrJiur hen or a good 25c Sarsapariilian Resolvent, bkxxL rci'ortni aad lur. fcold by drtiggls:; SI a bottle hcaa RAOWAY'S READY RELIEF. y ItulUstiptliebr. n contltutlGn. purifies lbs Inclosed in u Tree for I'lfty Year B Still Alive. ILawronce (Kns.) Sp"" la! s c, -- :v, PHm TW IktUaa,UH, are their robes In Jesus blood; Brighter than angels, lo' they shine. Their glories splendid and sublime. There is another arousing consideration in this subject, and that is that so many have made shipwreck of their opportunity who had as gooJ chances as we have. A man takes a good deal of responsibility when he says in regard to any ono who goes out of this world : "That man is lost." There is a way of calculating the extinction of physical life. The physician comes in, examines the eye, puts his hand under the arm, feels the pulse, and says: "Life is extinct; the man is gone." But there is no such accurate way of deciding in this world in regnrd to tho death of a soul. But I willsay this: "That if you know a man who lives on without any interest in Jesus Christ and is careless in regard to bis immortal destiny, and that man lives in that carelessness all the way long until his last hour, and you never hear him say. one jvord of any penitence or give expression of faith or say anything in regard to tho eternal world or bis preparation for it. if bo dies in silence in reference to all these subjects I will say in regard to that man, it is a warning to you and me. Young people, where are those who entered school with you four years ago? Graduates of colleges, where aro those who took tho diploma with you on the same commencement day? Business men, where are those who started in commercial life with you twenty- - years ago?" ." Well," you say, "soino of them have passed off." There is a business man sitting here who had a partner who left the world, and now bo thinks over that case. He.says: That man lived on without any concern about tho future world and suddenly he died." Well, I come to you and I suy:. "What do you suppose was that man's destiny? Where do you supposejie is?" Well, you are embarrassed. You say: "I wouldn't like to take the responsibility." "Well," I wy "yon ure not iouud to take any responsibility. I want your opinion as to where he is, and again you resist the question. You don't want to take the responsibility. O! I wonder if, when wo are dead, there will be any awful guessing about where we have gone? Those men sat under the same gospel; they sang the same songs; they had the same opportunities of salvation; they rejected them all. You sit under the same advantages, and you aro going through precisely tho same' process, and I ask if it is not an arousing consideration for you and me. The day will come when you and I will have to quit this life. We may be stalwarts we may not have an ache or pain, we may be exuberant in our physical health, but our common sense tells us thnt there will have to como a time when we will put our bead to the pillow and die. Oh! if in that hour you hear the upbraiding of conscience and the reverberations of a broken law, nnd the thunder's of God's anathemas, yon will wish you had never been born. Why not come out and have this matter gloriously settled? If thero be anything in "Christ, and a bright hope of heaven, why not 'come and get it? It is yours if you will have it, In the name of my Lord Jesus Christ J plainly offer it, Pardon for all your sin. Comfort for all your trouble. Help for all your ljurdens. The gospel that I preach. fsj not one of de- -, struction, bat a gospel of salvation. Ptrtidax beard, ono night, pounding at "Wushed to-da- eyes." Blest are the saints beloved of God, lives near Ulooxmnton, in this minty in the city yesterday and bad on exl tiun a cunositv in the shape ? a to' The reptile was taken out of tho heart a nam maple tree which had gn K mg on the farm ever since tho pres owner has lived there, und, to judge fr 4B its appearance, the tree is at least lift fl years old. It was cut down with a sav, and in cutting a cell or cavity was uncovered, and there was tho toad, alive, but in a sleeping or comatose condition. Tbe body was well formed, and its legs excepperfect, were with the were of feet, which tion tho somewhat deformed. The fore ones had grown together wbilo folded under their owner. The head was peculiar, the eyes being very small and almost out of sight, with the lids grown together, and the mouth wns in tbo same condition, beifig closed almost completely. Tbe curiosity has been examined by the Professor of Natural History of the Kansas State University, and pronounced by him to bo one of the greatest rarities ever seen or known. There are a number of instances where toads have been found imbedded in rock, but it is very rare indeed that one is discovered in it tree. Mr. Nojes intends presenting bis discovery to tbo Natural History Department of the State University. J. C. Noye. n well-to-d- o tarmsr yK mA iv-i?tfr- -- K V :sv?r? POLE'S CRANIUM. of n College Phrcn-nlogUtH iit:ery7.r.Jta5tf U k .fr-- y m iv.V V: ' ?Vu'?.i -f ,i i J When he bad accomplished the distance of about half a mil- e- probably his usual trip-t- he broncho stopped as suddenly as he had started, aud George and Clara, feeling as though they had been caught up in the air by a terrltic tornado ami thrown to the earth with great violence, had tmio to collect their thoughts and look about The broiHto, evidently thinking it would be best to indulge in a little refreshment beforo proceding to renewed efforts, quietly walked over to the side of the road and proceeded to eat grass. "Oh, George!" cried Clara. "Your hat's gone and your coal's covered with dust. Oh, you just look Ohc ewulhlnn. "Oh, well, you never mind me. Just look at yourself, won't you'.' Your hat's all over your eyes and your hair all hanging-down your back. Folks 'II think I'm on the way to the asylum with an escaped of on tlir Ouitlitte of a Turnip. Some time ago a gentleman found a large turnip in his field in the shape of a man's head, and with the resemblance of the features of a man. Struck with curiosity be had a cast made of it, and sent the cast to a society of phrenologists, stiting that it was taken from the head of Baron a celebrated Polish professor, and i cquested then opinion thereon. After sitting in judgment thoy sc.eutfheally examined tho ;ast, In which they declared that i: In borate Opinion Turen-pourtz, S"i ..eal and beautifies. 23c. Kemoveu UHls Corns Hunloos. cureinl minute, Jokes are like nuts the dryer they are the bettor they crack. Chicago Ttttgram. E. L. Notes, Kovero. scald-hea- d InOamir.attucs. DR. RADWAY & CO., For the re'.lef aad cure of all Ia!ns, Congtstlons aa'f 32 Warren Sfrecl, N. Y. peel. A tair Lovcdl Mas., was cured of by using Hall's Hair Konewer. of slippers- -' Banana and orangr ..... Citizen. ii . 3 months' treatment for 50c. Piso's Remedy for Catarrh. Sold by druggists. A real corn tax A tight shoe Boto Beacon. they had discovered an unusual prominence, which denoted tiiat he was a man of acuto mind and deep research, that he had the organ of quick perception, and also of perseverance, with another that indicated credulity. Tho opinion was transmitted to the owner of tho cast with a letter, requesting as a particulor favor that ho would send them tho bead. To this he politely replied that he would willingly do so, but he was prevented, as bo and his family had eaten it the day before with their mutton at dinner. ll'estcm liural. brokers. Specialists for Eleven Years Past, . Hare treated Dropty and Its complications with tba A stmncnro for obstinate coughs nnd ealix most wonderful success; use Tesetahle remedies, Ayer's Cherry PectoraL TLo best remedy debt to twenty daKetnoTO all symptoms of dropsy la vs. Cure patients pronounced hopeless ey the best ot People we must pat up with Pawn- phrsiftanj. From first tue symptoms rapidly disappear, Bamller. XJXL. -- TREATED FREE. m ac h. soitra, v BRM5 jg! 1 " Yesterday I went out to catch crabs. TIir lilonily Hand. I y to-da- y, ht kli paltct toor, ioat Bffir -- ffjj "You ought to be ashamed of yourself to peak to me In that way, George Peabady! I'm not to blame. It's all that vicious horse." "Don't call that thing 'a horso!' Talk Automatic Horses. about 'mustang UnmncnuP I never want S. Y. Commercial-Advertiser.- ! to see hit features again. You'd better jam An automatic horse bus been constructed that bonnet on your head and get out while which is designed to bring the salutary ef- you emu" fects of horseback motion to those who are The broncho, having finished his first prevented from the live animal. The course, stopped eating at thl3 Instant and rider seats himself upon a saddle llrmly proceeded to go through some gymnastic attached to a small wooden platform below exercises on an imaginary horizontal bar, by means of metal connections. Tho op- looking back into the buggy out of tho erator can be swayed, about in all direc- corner of hisoo to see how much admiration this performance .was exciting in the breasts tions. Beneath the platform are four padded buffers corresponding to tho horse's of the beholders. "Oh. Georg 1 don't saw on his mouth so feet, and by the weight aud motion of the hard. You're tearing your coat. The sleeve operator's body these buffers strike or Is all ripplmr out cf the bump, at each depression upon the founda"Oh shut up! can't you? Don't you suption below, so that an automatic imitation pose I know it? Do you suppose a fellow of horse exerciso can be produced. The can lose his coat sleeves without know movement can bo made cither very cayor ing it." "Oh, George, I waut to go home ! I want very violent, aud tho imaginative rider can fancy himself on a real steed or a boy's to go home!!" Why don't yon? "Well, then, oo hobby horso at will. But there appears to Good night! bye,home! ta, byol ta! Goodness frini be no provision made to keep him knows got my hands full with this looking supremely ridiculous. broncho. Do you suppose I need anyone else around to amuse me?" The Kourer of Itllle Creek. "Oh, George, let me out! He's acting Ouray (Col.) solid Muldoon.; worse and worse-!- " "Well, stop your crying then that's "Tone" Thompson, of Ilillo Creek, hid d an exciting contest with a what makes hlni worse. Great heavens! if black bear on the Grand River side of a man can't stand a woman's crying what expect of a horse?" Meeker the other day. Tone shot tho beir can you you unfeeling man. There! he te "Oh, twice and theu went up to seo If he was r;olng to stand on his hind leg- -. Oh, let mo dead. The boar wasn't dead, but fell on out! let me out!" Tone and kuocked him down, and in that "Will you let go of my arm? If he's position a desperate struggle ensned, Tone swom oft going on all fours be does'nt want stabbing the bear three or four times, after to spent! all his time on his fore-legdoes which he succeeded in freeing himself lie? You keep still aud watch him and from the bear's embrace and beat a retreat. perhaps he'll end up by sitting down on the He found bruin next morning about two Up of bis tail." "Oh, I'll nci'cr go out riding again hundred yards from the scene of encounter again 2 Oh, dear! Oh dead. Mr. Thompson was badly bitten never, never prospect now is that dear!" "Well, the we'll in the hand and leg, but not seriously. both ot us go out riding again bofore long, too. Black ccrriage with plumes. Double The CHptnin'a Precaution. team. Mourners behind." San Francisco Argonaut. "Oh you hard hearted man ! Oh look at A very popular retired United States him now, George! Look at his eye. I've naval Captain, not far freni New York heard of a horse having the devil in his eye." e City, used to walk down to the "Not this horse some other horse. He every morning in a fine old bluo coat, high only making up looking at you. white collar, and carefull- - ironed trousers isn'tmind what he'll doHe's next." his with a natty cane in his hand, nnd the end "Ob, if mother was only heie if i)y of a fresh white mother was only here!" sticking conspicuously out of the back don't wish she was here. If "Well, pocket of his coat. The sight used to be there's ever a time when 1 don't want any in mine It's when I'm busy impressive, until ono morning tho usual mother-in-lasawing on a bioncho." small boy ran up to him aud said: "Cap"Oh, George! I never thought you tain, you'll lose your handkerchief." "No my boy," replied the veteran, kindly; "it's would speaktoto me like tint. I Oh, what do now? Oh, he's going to Is he gohu pinned." and tipusoer Don't lie down! I'm going to back." Whrs does a man Impose upon himself I jump out. jump. bold mo feel called upon If you " Well, When he taxes bis memory. to break your neck, don't stop to consult ine. 1 never Interfere with other people's The small boy Is trimmed with birch-robusiness. You ain't on my premises. This baiting. Hatchtt. ain't my buggy and this ain't my road." At this juncture, the broncho, who bad Bogus butter-- i A io witk.t fc9fi,. iow finished this part of his programme, arm-hole." lunatic." saw a hole near the bank that looked as if there might be crab3 in it. I felt around in the water carefully, when all at onco I was almost scared to death. What do you think, grandma, I pulled out of the water," said Jnhuny Fizzletop to his giandmolher, who is very nervous. " What was it, Johnny?" " A bloody human hand." "Mercy on us! Horrible! Horrible! Do tho i olice Know about it?" " Why no, grandma, it was only my own hand. A crab had bit mo on my littlo finger." lias'on TranicripU dose the and In ten ilajs at least V of all symptoms are removed. Soircmayery fcnmbo? ultbout knowing anything about It. Krmeinber, It does not cost you anything to reahzo the raerl s of oar treatment for vayrself. Jn relieved, tbn fen davs the rilfflcnlty of breathing-pulse n ira ar. the utlnary organs made to dlschargo their fu.l duty, sleep Is restored, the sircHlng all or nearly p"nc. the strcr.sth IccreasoL and appctltcniads cocxL earecontantlyci:rlnscsscs of loftestand- Inir. cacs tint have been tappet a number nr times. and the patient declared unable to live a week! Give full hir'ory of case. Xante sex, how long atSIcted. how badly swollen and u here, are bowels costive, havo lerbursted and dripped water, tend for free pam- pMer.rontalnltx; testimonials, quest Ions, etc. Ten da b' treatment f crnhthed free by malL Kllepy cm.) voltlicly cured. If yju order tr'ahscrd ulO cents In stamps to par fsni-jpostage. .fc .SO.NN, St. .. II.II..Jones .. yX"g5jK - Avenue, Atliintu, Og, These Discs represent W Cure - 0 P- -T- BE ST TONIC. I)j-ptl- HE o M, wSM'opposite ?rr (BEWABE the i Ho Knew It Was n Dream. Bolgertop Had a remarkable dream last night. I dreamed that I came home about three a. in. De Guy Loaded? "Yes. I didn't take off my boots but walkcl boldly up stairs, making an awful racket, went into the bedroom, and bean to throw everything out of the windows chaiis, table, mirrois, tverj thing!" "What did your wife say?" "Say. She didn't say anything. She woke up and simply smiled at me. That's why I knew It was a dream." i'ulla'iet-pif- a Indigestion, Vak-netImpure Illood, Mnlarla, Clilll nnd Fever, and Neuralgia. It is an unfuiiiiit; reined f fur Diseases of tbe ICMncy mid Liver. H ! Invaluable for Diseases peculiar to Women, and all 'ho lead i edeatary 11 es. doesnot injure tbe teetb,causeheadachc,or produce constipation tfher Iron nedtelnes do. It enriches nnd pnrlfie tile Mood, stimulates the appetite, aids the assimilation of food, relieves Heartburn and Delchiug.and rtrenctliens the nuic' s and nerves. 1 1 This medicine, combining Iron with pure vesetable tonics, qulcklv and coirnkteljr for CouRhs, Colds and Sore Throats, an Alleviator of Consumption, and of great benefit in most cases of JDyspepaia. Taey aro tho result of over forty years erperienc ta eoapaundinc COtJOII SEilEDlEJl. l'ctull price 15 cent Ier Quarter pouad. CMMITATIONS.l Capsiciim Cough Drops sides of B. H. DOUGLASS & SONS' equal. t""-'- Thctjenulne bus above trade mark nnd ctoscd red lines on wrapper. Take no other. Lack or rui. For Intermittent Fevers,noLatitude, has Kuery, etc, it colrbr BnOtt.s turglCAL IP- tULTIBORE. Bn. - Wbrn I j euro j u ' not mean a tlrao and then 1it them return aaln. I iuan a rnH-e- al I hare roaJo the dlK if FITS. EPILEPSY g cr FALLING slCKN'EiSrt Hudf. Imrrumj resteer to cure -- lie worit. cases Ceeaute other ba tiiliil U no reason tor not doit rceelrln g acare. S nfiat csee far a trea:le and a Fm Bottle cf try Infallible retaey. Clio Express and Post Oiace. It costs jod . you. iddress Br. IL U. lluor, lu Pearl St.. Hrr torfc. I gore ruir t..iLi: jj v all nEAxnitH. 1 er. fits; - nDr.E,r?.,uCATARRH UntHIH DHL! -- Call. l'e band-to-ban- Ho Described the Instrument. "Do you recognize this instrument?'' said the lawyer to the prisoner at tho bar, pointing to a written contract. "I think 1 do," calmly responded the man addressed.' " U ill you be kind enough to inform the court what the nature of this instrument is?" "You drew the instrument up, I be' lieve?" asked the prisoner. the "I did," replied say tormentor. " Then I should It was a wind instrument." Vonhers SUitesnum. Cleanse Head. be Allays m the n Hli tH jnUT IH rrtt AM -- Ul RAU I . 9iurtRwws nilM..-HAJ- 1 In (I animation. Heals the Sores. j.l. No Rope to Cut Oif Horses' Manes. av.sva.-srceieoratea una JtKiJM.i: i'omninrl, can not be clipped liyany borse. Sam- piciiaiicrioany panoi lEc U.S. lree.onrccrlpioil. Snid by all Saddlery. Hardware and llarses Dealers. Special discount to thrl Trade. t3f tend for lrlce-LUt- .' iJOBTiiovas. iiocDMter.y.Y. i V JJl Aamm Itcst ores Hso'j Itemedy for Catarrh la the Brst, Easiest to Use, and Cheapest. Senses ol Taste, Smell, Heat-i- p. A QuicTTllellcr. A Positive Care. HAY-FEV- ER A particle Ii irpltcd intof ch nostril: tssgreetble to Sendfor y. T. circular. ELY BHOTHEKS. DrncgW. H MJ . Also boo.1 CoM In tbe Bead, Headache, Hay Fever, SOcenLi. 'it tc un. IrlcpmeenilyinatlortDrnBslts. KTafM, OJNMMPTIOli taousoas ot rises ot ttt wont klad aat of loaf suMlac tatt beta cared. lmd. ,a ilremr i my uitn la It iKnrr. ttlst twill MB4 TWO BOTTLES PfcEE, torsthersrUaia TKEAT1K oa nu sad r. address. tals diMSM.to cut Srrrr. ! Ei BR.T. A.CLOCV(.IUrsil8k,H.a. ,5J Post-ofUc- Quite Another Till up. "William, my son," snid the old man, a he walked with him towards tho depot "you have been appointed an Indian agent Promise mo in the most solemn mannci that you will never take one penny belonging to the Government." "I promise, father." Two years later, when he camo home and bought a couple of farms and Itegan the erection of :i $30,000 house he 'remarked: "I have kept my promise, father, I made all the wealth by cheating the Indians." Wall Sticet Xewg. Complimentary Mention. Gus Snobberly, a New York Fifth av enue dude, paid a young; lady a groat deal of attention at a social gathering but she At last Gus, snubbed him unmercifully. who had been taking too much wine, said: "I. really believe, Mt3s Blank, you think that 1 aiL a fooL" "O, no, Mr. Snobberly," she replied, with a sweet smile, "I never judge a person by the way he looks." Taos Sittings. The act of Miss Mullen, of Summit, N. Y.. who eloped with a blind man, might be construed as an indication that she was not parttsularlv attractive in appearance. Still, any man who elopes i blind. Off Clfj Blitwrdi Du Page Co., Uli-mi- i, HAS IMPORTED FROM FRANCE Horyea mined at 3,00,00O, Pereke whlcJi laeUdca about UfINT I. D .ttwx--c J - 70 PER CENT OF ALL HORSES An actire Man or Woman la erer C ""county to sell our (roods. Salary perSsataaDdEzDenfea. Kinross in set. ranee. CacTait inz ou:2t I'utiniW. ircc oianniro Oliver ware wo. laoaies. rsili A tit. WhrT mtritTol Wood I ertahU.hed br pedigrees recorded In tfcePereberpn 8 ted Book of France, toe onlj Btud Boot ew paoiujjed in thM connujY EVER IMPORTED TO AMERICA. v-- a eTTv. .k. 8T0CK 'n HAKD: ska- asBAaa "" nriRn viitip -rsfmiw.. UMiaiNritMi, lJrf F IJi? Taf7 J rf l'f tatrahSMifUk -- HS as urn sMk.ttsta-sWa- . aa mU2-- r 1 i laWMato. kuM mmvwmt i rw.Jiuawj. rysas mbI Smith Mis li ate.. M taW. saa. lite. iaMnc(iercd flues iBporttd Stallitu, Old enough "" pocket-handkerchi- ef aoo SerrJce, K. B. CIIAFF1N fc VO Kicluamsstfa. lor I2S COLTS years old and s fllLU I laIl"sfCoamUalons: CBClv'-6-oflr',F':-ro'- fA .&. in recorded. 'MiS&&?5& M7Lr,.11Jbr1 ilm-- d . jmicgcr HSEEnr Y. HHAT owoaeceptrd brail lntelll. HOME STU DPenmanship. .wniunr ire nnn Forms. M9 Beok-kccplog- -, Besertera relief ed; areaalosa asa increase: experience, aj years; success or no fee. IVrlte for circulars anl laws. A. w. jicvuiuuuiw bu.i , Cincinnati, umo. s be haad. ettv, thoroughly liLMUrCSJ A Arithmetic. Short-tausht by malL t'lrculars free, COIO.EOE, Batnal. 3f. V. Acents'tCaBted. best Business trated CtUMCMmt free ., . "lie d y.iutju a blooded catt!l thrm .rvr WaTn.Illf"Ww2?fK: , stnsTH. $250 se llns articles In the worM.X sampJeVJA'Jf. Address j Ai i5i;u."ssu,.UETEorr. JUCsV ay. TELECRAVHY Iarm here ind eata tUIyWV"lVf90iP3-''Watlo3 furnished. TiieYxLXSTTfmlicoi JaoesrUle, Wla, tog, tree. -- . P. BOYEs CO, CoatttvUc, K. A.N.K- -E 10a .sVl-RTISX1tS xhiiuted an revtiwue, BjU9oa 9l Ul3 P1MPH XEXJed P4 "" Hkwt th knife. WHEN WRITING TO plenve jr yea tmw tmf AsiTtgOt UUaljrjrr im , '..?--& - " "46- rv-- $i r-c--1 El S- - 8 - ., : .- - V: . A '. , " r --Ij t. tz& ti i?Kt-ai a 'J .... :?m i e -T a T li ", y' rC ,r. H """tiii , Tfri TKi Tj .iT tt g X . I & jsys rl i & T.tSeV- - l4c",- U'S - .ur. unas. 11. ST. LOUIS MARKET. 1 year brings the usual number ot Thomas is iiihiuuuucu s is a ennui- chances in business hoiispR niprks, uaiu iui ifni.vnu" i me I'u.suiun "WilE vr. Ko. 2, offered at 92c ; bid 00c. i. Fresh country Lard, at $11.00; mixed, IIa v. Strictly employes, &c. Air. is. Satin- - of Commonwealth's Attorney for Rogers'. dens, the popular div goods clerk, this Jitclicial District. Mr. Thomas $9.50 ; fancy choice ; - '0. Coiut. White, 32M,f. Nice Sausage, at last year with II. Buchanan now is well known to the people, and UVEZIoCK. established over the District smilingly greets his frieiitlR from has 00; reputation of being an able. Cattle. Good eepr. S4 d9 to lmliiml tlinr.nniiLP.rsnr lender the Lye Hominy, at aim zealous prosecutor. common, S3 50 to Si 0J; scalawag. SI. 50 j fearless & Maxwell. to 2.00; milch cow. $20.00 to S33.00; Rogers'. Mr. Eugene Naylor, lately a A Commonwealth's Attorney who veal calves S3 00 to $11 00. clerk forS. E. & G. W. Johnson, zeal ousjy and fearlessly dischar-o- f . ULE3 1 1 hand-- . 1 to 7 years, SS0.00 his duty, will oxcito antngo-chana-- to SSo.00; 10 to 16 hands, 4 to 7 year?, s Cayce, is now with II. ANNOUNCEMENTS. uismf5 but wo aPl'ohend it would S150.00 to 5175 00. Ho is a son of L'squiro Heavy draft, S160 Houses J. Xaioi, and has had a spleli(l be dillicult for any ono to name an Rood drivers, S80.00 to S125.00 to pluga FOB commonwealth's attornet. $110.00; busiuess training under Sam John- - iustanco m which ho has been $15 00 to $10 00. We are authorised to announce CIIAS. of which starts hint out lectful or faltering. In conipli- - Hogs Uutchera and packer paying iff H.THOMAS, of McCracken county, as a I with irood menung mm no in no sense mean irom nu) u r so commendation. candidate for re election o the office of Master Arthur Taylor, son offto disparage others who may Commonwealth's Attorney for this Judicial rieas. Taylor, is now with the ' choose to become candidates for District. Election in Aicift, 18Sf. CITY ITEMS. house of J. Amberg's Sous. He the position, but certainly it is but s,s fair to say that he has proven an There arc iS lawyers and 13 promises to be as clever a ia CSranse of S.ocntlon. farmers in the Kentucky Legisla- Jhis father, and that is clever, earnest, zoalous, energetic, able John XiclioN Hickman favorite bar- sweep our streets, and lowering clouds'threaten enow, the average man, I prosecutor, ana who lias the cour ber, has woman or child, bethinks himself or herself, of enough. ture. moved from the II. Millet, one of the ao to discharge his duty regard-mos- t room in the Larle-l-bis Uarbtt "shop twotbors ier. J. limine, The old weather maxim, that popular and best nualitied' less of personal consequences. lowur down. intJ the Jude just Iridium "as the days begin to lengthen the young men in Ilickmau, retires lie asks the people whom he has oflice. His fhop U newly fitted, ColdbegiuB to strengthen' nld, and as from the house of J. Amuerg'sjthus served for an endorsement, and he is desiroto for all WARM WINTER to call. we are not advised as' and the people will weigh the facts many new, customers us Elder TV. W. Gardner will Sons, but Kemember, only two dew belowjhis former preach at the Baptist church, next to his future business engage-- 1 aild vote for their choice. Ferop- ja:iS-3- t Sunday morning and night, at the ments. He will probably enter sonally, and officially, as far as we know, tho Courier extends the business on his own account. CYPRESS SHINGLES, nsualhoura. Ve would here remark, as a gentle reminder, that we carry in stock Mr. Ed. Dancy, a popular young holiest compliment to him. The friends of common educa- clerk, of doseow, has accepted a All heart Cypres Shingle-i in every com ivable and desirable shape of every respect, koj t constantly on hand, tion will be glad to learn that position with Alexander & Max- Cnunen Announcements. ,J,u' Hickman Baptist church and and for sale at lmutt price.-- . there is a good prospect of pass- well. H. 15UCIIAXAN. ing the Blair Education bill at this Jo Sohtn has moved his barber Poplar Grove church ha e, jointly, ?eptlt session of Congress. shop into tho Laclede building, 'poured tho sen tees of Elder W. Fredh Canned flood, at Kogkrs'. Our Congressman, Stone, has the room occupied by John Xich-- j W. Gardner, as pastor. Under ueen assigneu to worse on two im ols' barber shoii. and John Xieh-- 1 the arrangement he nrcac-li.-t- ; three portant committees, the Commi- ols has moved17 one-do- or below d uii nays and every uhu uitrht OY ST EI us: ? ttee on Railways and Canals, and Landrum's old insurance office. in iiicicman, ami one Sunday in t THE and best Oysters by the family happy. It is not necessary to add to make the each month at Ponhir Umv A." El- - can, or served at any hour, and in any Rrifculatod goods can be human Isbell & Geyer, havo moved L. . the Committee on War (.'! tints. . . purchased lower of us, than elsewhere, as our i.irt.. vjartiuur is iroin Cioekett way deaired, always to be had during'the that thee ri....i and Sam'l Sicsel,of the I'lJon City their bakery lately confectionery uuireputation for season, at tho into the house occupied by county, Tcnn., and wo - it is a pre.-eTrade ,Palace, a well known anil Tho palrouaeo of ladies Solicited, and good preacher and a mo Sohm. excelpopular merchant, made an assign- JoC. U. Land and Andrew Da- lent christian gentleman ,i:ul good special; arrangement for their polite atruin tention. ment on the. 2Gth nit., his assets vis ! have formed a partnership as citizen. LACLCIXE HOUSE. septll 7 being rated HO. liabilities, Insurance Agents", and Elder J. TT. Thompson. State succeed to $60,000. the Insurance business andsplen- Evangelist for tho Christian deQurlliiKamc, tbe Watch maker, iv Upon seeing a monkey for the did companies of Judge Laudrum, nomination, will commence a se- now locaud in Moorr 4. I iilrumV druc" first time, it is related, an unso- deceased. They are worthy, com- ries of sermons at t'lldwoll's store. Hii xkill and uliability has been proven, ao.l bt-phisticated, hoosier expressed his petent, and onergetic,and wo hope Academy, Sunday niM'iig and to anvays mike gtlo lj- bin litre permanently is universally known. Our countersare full of Men's Youth's and pnnuiaed. ifoys' Overcoats, Ladies, Misses and Children's Wraps. Extra quality admiration and astonishment by will succeed. They are to be night He will pro' ..' .. preach the remark: "Well, what will found in the back-rooSJtirltntjmc, ttic of Moore each night of next w has Blankets, Quilts and Flannels. In Footwear, don't forget that we are Ho is them Yankees make next!" & Land rum. regarded as one oi the ablest established a( rtputati.n a a skillful workno one m bin line, and hunMr. F. F. t ,i30 Will move his ministers of that denomination in man second We warmly welcome back to dred for whom he lia-- i l ne work will evigrocery hit t: o Gardner brick, the State. dence his reliability. Call at Moore & onr exchange tabic our old long' standing friend, the May Held Dem- formerly occupies! by Alexander & Services at the Methodist, Epis- Laudrum'd. copal and Catholic churches, as ocrat, which office was destroyed Maxwell. Hurlingame, i3 locaTtio Walch-mikeMr. C. B. Kingman & Co., will usual. by fire in December. Long may ted permanently in llickmin; and if he open' a new house in the probably it live and prosper. Congress on the fixes your watch, is alwav at home to Our lines Gorman & Co', stand. A valuable of Heavy Boots and Shoes is unexcelled for long wear. We 4th, but nothing Iris been accom- prove hs reliability of his wirk. The marriage of jir. B. C. Far-- ' acquisition o our busiuess interiWe can fit any man, woman or child in Arctic Overshoes or lvubbers. plished further than perfecting nn.L m? 4n Mien TTntfin llnni-lKUitcKIvu's Arnica Mnlo. iv J i.iiiiio, iuuh cola vj w ''"" add, IHEJJESTbALVE in tho world for Cat, place at Trinity church last n'ght We hear that N Cannon & Co.. tho organization of committees we go to press too early to give will open out furniture, &c., in and the introduction of new bills, iruihe", aore3, Ulcers, .suit ltheum, hcvtr As which are piled in by the tho'is-ands- . Soi ?s, Tetter. Chapjied Hand-- Chilblains, an account of the ceremone we Odd Fallows Hall. anu Eruptions, ant p.wi The newspapers aie full of oorns, cure an ftKin no leave it for our next i66ite. rul-to- n lively or r- pty speculations about dissensions isuaranleeil files, give perfectrequired. It Fultonian. to It!jl ETcellent, satisfaction, among Domocrats on the bilver muiicT l1. rnre . . . .. . ncr of Police, Knoxvillc, . : Mr. Charles Parker, a er.v J. J Atkins Chiet rrT...r rorr-aiea- i a war 'bos r tariff ouestions. and .uuwiais L.Mmt.MS worthy and highly respected citi- Tenn , writes: "My family and I are and llepublican Senators of the if your that we know whereof we speak when we say that we can and will sell zen of Fulton, died in that place, beneficiariesKing's Newniost excitant medi- - makiug on tho President's propose Special Sutler. for concine. Dr. you rubber goods a great deal cheaper than any other house in Hickman, Tuesuayevening last, and was bu- - gumption; having found it to be all tbat ments, but so far nothing appointI1 rons indebted to the firm of Coa. material riou m the Hickman cemeterv von ei;m fnr it. iieire to tutifr to itx nr has occurred of one or the other. !'ir.M K lrewry, will j !eie come forwani and also show you a much larger line than any othere carry. at in tirly day, an Thursday. lie was n.akt- settlement. brother pf tue. My friends to whom I have recom A 1W A TKTuiT.T.I. WW..C2L-I-- TVTTVin-iL Collins' drug t re Alexander Our estimable fellt townsman, '' niendtJ it, praigo it at every opportunity.' Masqueuadk U vll. The riian-to- 'Mii-eaJLJXJLZt W JLYJ.X2.au VV A. MixHellVolditnnci nr Kinc's New Discivery for Contimp Mr. Ratnnol It "PnrLn Cltil) of Hickman announce a noNDuitAM to cu re Coaghi, Ouhls,) tion is 'niEwny. Masquerade Ball, at City Hall, in Hickman, Ky., Teb. U Asthma, Croup ana every !he City election Monday wa3 l"onchiti?.T,,roa Ghes.t "B'; T"rial Hickman, on the evening of Jan. and without any special is-- t cti,on of M d"'., Drug 20th. The Hickman string and A GOOD DWELLING HOUSE FOR sue or excitement. ThefoIowIir 50"1" I"8" aire i.w. t,M.-- t "" e . cornet bands have been secured SALE, for the occasion, which guarantees Mayor T. M. French TnE Bank of 'Hickman a Fix- splendid music. A happy time is With all convenience. AUo, all cln Councilmen B. O. Ramnge. J. ed Fact. On Monday, Mr. K. L. anticipated, and every arrange- and accounU due J. W. Corman & i "Witting, J. W. Cole, Otto Hert- Apply to t . v.v, .. kv niiiriirt: H. Fetho. Alexander, of Oweutoti, Ky., ment made to have it so. Every... T. R. McMAHAJ l. prove .w.v.17, Council dropped unexpectedly into Hick- body united. Admission, .91.30 a dec25-Sr This"will a good man business circles with a prop- couple. Street parade at 10 SSAT1ES.. POSTAGE We want theaddress of the osition to establish a Iiank in Hick- o'clock. xnau who will predict a "hard win- man. The first proposition was LKTT8IW. Tho Kentucky Legislature re- ter." and who has backbone to secure 30,000 stock, and the rclter ae Pent ti any enough to sticK to it v:i, ofl'iu'o bank would be organized. rcjjg assemoieu Atontiaj", ami is uueiij United States at two ccnti each Oi next spring, even when tue winter $30,000 was secured in only a few engaged in the introduction ol Irop letter- - one cent Under this X-sOhas proved lis soft and s oppy as minutes time, which gave such en-- a new bills. The resolution to stop anything wholly or partly written W" local legislation within the juris-. plug-ha- t XEWM'APEyWhich has hce.i lishedcouragemeiit, and a number of diction of tho courts, so popular Newsp'ijKira, jeriodicaK cxclusivel I all out of a rain-tub- . River! others desiring stock and the ness consideration of peniiittinjr with the people, seems to have print, mailed by pubikher, one cen got a black eye at the start, a res- pound. row mindednessin trade !hc ,st(?clf to,b.. somewliat scat- - olution to that effect being indefinooits, i 'icicu, uuinceu me couuiusion 10 nitely postponed. No general Books, circulars, and !ktc. matter whol-t is contagious; you pratice it 1' other lu anuio-morroyonr neighbor re- -fiaisu Im liiiiiL 10 fuu.uuu, aim mo1 legislation ye.t accomplished. The ly in print, one cent far each unceJ If Ilia wmi oAmnnttOA P.nnKlRf uuiuiuivbuv) V..W.WV. 1,... i rn T ..,! election for State Librarian and or fraction thereof. "" "l XJ'tl 2IEBCIIAXDI4K llzV It. On the other side, public spirit nf Chas 1U .' il' - mln 11IU Stato Printer is to occur All other matter, merciniuli3e, &c, ons is infectious, and wisely directed foIm ' Co &A ras appoiuted secure addmonn stock, and cent an ounce or fraction thereof. benefits each individual iubene-,t- o Ilavirg purr hand the entire stock of Furniture and Undertaker's Goods, from the IlYDKornouiA ;.,Bi.0n.t,n!n. :.. t,. 'uiuiirnme lommiuuu are suc- - common a disease isin becoming too estate t th- - late L T. Gardner, country this I t0 !" v Simple problem contained in ":din- Numerous cases mxcl ma he assumed post- - for comfort. I three words "help for help." tively, that the bank is a fixed fact, have recently been reported, six 25cts Lower than the Lowes We publish this week among but the ainou.it of capital stock' fatal cases having occurred in tho 1 hare no clerk expns no store ren our new advertisements one from , cannot now be definitely stated. Clt3' "f 3I,1J!l"kV,e ?,,,,.u "8 "? and pay cash for all raj Groceries, nnd we are enabled to oil r to the trade these coodn, at prices which no other bouses, that have s method bcrefore can sell aa cheap as the cheap bought their j; i regular, can meet. The stock is very complete, and comparatively thft Wppklf AniprindM in'iliclinil TIia nmittee report to morrow, designs in artistic and desirable goods. Parties wishing to ArnTil!of treatment bo leaily efleetive st. Ueat brands of W.i tenberp and Lon new, showing H t'u fitXaRhvillp. Tlin Amnripniiisnnn nnil tli nAAi.i.i.iAM ttippt tllO establishment of illbtltUte.S Of t.ar Flour, 25 cents cheaper lhan the Iot buy Tine or Medium Furniture, will certainly neglect their own interests if they fail to lot- - fn f tliolonilinrriinnaruM. tlinRMifl.. TO UN WITTING. sec our stock. We not only show the most artistic aud latest designs, but ws mailp nn frnm itnf A lmuL-iiw- r anrl ita wPfiL-li,ctitn.inn!i frrpntlv I hydrophobia ill Ne.W Yoi k and St will be followed by otltot ,t 111 !,! Ur- ft,n .iin.f j !.:' iAugiiuuu fi oo. ,i;i io iuu uir ,.,w..i :m Liiir iruuiiuiiini.v, uuui;.. tiiu : Louis Miijy Jiiitu 8 in all the principal cities. ail is ) .rung hands of cautious and liberal iresu, instructive and entert It is offering valuable agers will prove of incalculable A force of detectives is kept premiums for clubs of subscribers benefit to our busings interests, nrt c?t mi t rvnnrfliitff fm If "'in considerable money. We can truthfully assert that on a great many artiole3, our price to which it invites special atteu- - and we believe proubio to tiie.r-rr'vv..:'-,.. and former prices differ by 50 jer cent. We can actually sell you goods at wholesale , A., un fact, con-- - m.n lion. investors. It is prices, and then have a "r lit, and that is more inducements than any Furniture Store ir,i, .n """ lmt ninlrma,,' or Kentucky, can ofter. We propose to make Hickman headquarters in Wo,t TMines-ewo (.liUgUi m l,Ai:n a..LlVIil4lii r away with tho dead millioiiBurglars entered the roeorv for LOW PKICEDFURN'iri RE. We cordially invite an inspection. Sj&g Louse of Muse & Shaw Un Fri- - nt Tine Qn)fiAnlw ' "V",?; ,.;" it air0's boues ' 5U1(1 tho 1,,ay deem it Parties comiug in at nijfht for Undertaker's Goods, will find J. T. Stephens, or Jas. onrl Darnell, at Montgomery Hou. years. to guard day night by boring a panel out of . "?""" "hnt. ti, w m, II i. necessaryhate been thorn for policy OlinUCU .iiv .w utio a better the back door. They stole five or UVJVO so lonjr wituoui a oanking It would STEIPI-IEiST-S & been if tho family had cremate! their aiz pistols, and a small amount of our.largcr moneyed dead, and money left in the cash drawer. It institution, but locked tho asm 5 in a to appears that the burglars the same men have not chosen lack invest m burglar-proo- f vault. The of night entered Herf.veck, Baltzerj a home bank. our pirt, has suchperon 3T A RECENT decision of tho sit- Uo's factory, and stole the an- - enterprises tAtrr.C -n.?rwl u.uci w ", iif1 lncc xr - premo court is to the effect that w,.LIUU nTsv. .i" nitnitn(hiFWnrlr;(!. There fyM. W ".... .. v.. do as large nu, nmy be a . lottery charier, nro void, no rra mrjan no clues to the burglars that . .. inof in it. ...1.... .... Ul IUI.. WllilL S "".n;i in miiii, ;iy . hear of ThSae interested in the new bank purpose granted. This will prove The Courier reporter in a1 are all good, solid business men, lor Liouisania kindly public spirit has taken oc-- . and will at once secure and hold interesting reading thousands of fraud that takes BIG STOCK Oil CHRISTMAS Goods oasiou to pry over the balance the confidence of the people, aud dollars out of Kentucky every sheets of the Hickman busiuess thi i guarantee of success. month. LOCAL NEWS. Changing Places. The nc m wus "JMie, I ?-- A Bu-,gc- i. wrs:nr I01I1IBI HP4 H P P M REiiOTIOH IN y neg-6on,n- ll Km f WISBS Ea I aJ. &aa' f Persons in need of Heavy Boots, Blankets, Heavy Clothing, Flannels, &c, will find it to their interest to call at IJOIll'II && , firt-cbi-- ITaving bought very extensively in the fall, we have a few of thopa, goods to close out at greatly reduced prices. We therefore solicit vour inspection belorc buying elsewhere. 5 Very respectfully, -- ." .. 1 "COLD ICLUD Elaixi; Bros. tc c3 Oo a fie-dies- - -- nt OW K ;a k?3 Ca&3 H 5 ti&Zi Iftisvi VSSCisSS- -,3 fc ss3 l2 v?r?vU 1 1 -- -- xox- m Watch-miVe- r, Vr M -- M - I II HEADQUARTERS. iaraig, ful and varied stuck. m 4 i, WI I EKE CAST I B3JY A SUIT A KI.K CIJTJISTJiAg AT ITS IJEA. VALUE? &il i '' 1IIES-ES- T Iefore deciding these questions we invite vou to examine our be,,,;, o , EMPHATICALL T, 3 MBS. JENNIE GAEDHEB, s ct-nt- s at new store, Fiiqua & Dei?ow's old .tand. has an endless variety of gooks and Fancy Stationery, Papet.-rieof all styles and finish, Pens Pencils, Port-folio- s, Lap 1 ablets, Albums, Card Cases,. Cards &c. &c' ' and loys in endless variety. ' f S 1 - t -- m J IIUI I et . "G!" ol4.i m --- ge mm ""iv T 13 1 m -- - . poit-oftlc- o busi-Advanc- e. I PRICES :o:sr We areow prepared to ofTer the cftrzcnTofJIfcIfman country and towns the largest and best andetfrrwmd-in- g i ever placed on our counters. We have taken great pains in selecting our goods, and as they were all bought before the recent advance we can give extraordinary low bargains. We especially invito the ladies lo see our stock ot CLOAKS, w W t- - "tuM ff D If f W ff li -! W f J- to-da- JERSEYS, DRESS GOODS, LACES, ll-- Groceries AT A HEAVY DISCOUNT, itt-s- t EMBROIDERIES, NECKWEAR. and the late noveltVs in" ) All goods as represented. Call and tee lliem. r. n..,rtt I J. AMBEHG'S SONS. .. iu -, .- man-matte- r. c-- ,1-- 1 :si OBi:r z '''""'"'..'" ,. i n mi m m u GO-ISTLAIjPS, J. DBUGS, PATENT w OOWGBLL, I3ST n iiwi i DSALBB in ,mi e itt0 I 4l ss PJ5 MAXWELL. -- Trusses AifD , a 1 yt " -. I I I MEDICINES!! A.XTI3 TOILET ARTICLES &CM himm Supports PAINT S AND :m3 IP ! fe lL' jj A 3fr. Chas. Donoho and Miss 111., whole family, noar Danville. lUOlO UUCB UUl UllllCitl .LU UD .il has become insane on the subHubler virH liiiiifii , aaKy Dusiness nouse m tno ilist, .i.ni'ii hnnyae " ; ,,nnlr lnR in the hect of religion. There was some- Wof, put on tue contrary are solid ho illeilBe ofl thing wrong in tho minds or some- " 'S'1.-- " clear iuuuu iDUEor duuiiil: thing bad in tho religion of that ing profit in all, while some are tl'ebnde's father Mr. A Hubler, family. .o'clock. Eld. Cook ,n his making money rapidly. Whatbot-ia- J pleasing manner tying tile nuptial A T has been introduced in ter ahow do you want knot. The lady is Mr. Hublcr's the hill legislature to make gambling 'Ballard county, Ky., has no sa- eldest daughter and possesses a felony in this State. The bill loons m it these days, those who mauy personal attractions. Mr. has many advocates. used liquor voting with tboe who Donoho is one of tho best busidid not at the election at which it ness young meu in this city, and For the first timo in the history was decided to close out the sale we predict nothiug bnt success for of the Government there is no of liquor in the county. The jug tho future of this couple, to whom Smith in Congress. traffic has not ceased, however. we extend our congratulation. At Columbus, Ky., one dealor sold Fulton Fultonian. The high license law now before even, barrels of whisky on the the legislature is generally approvday before Christmas, to go into Aa Old CitUen Npenks. ed all over the State. Ballard county in jugs. One man Mr. J. M. Noma, an old resident of drove into Columbus with twenty-tw- o Rome, Ga., Bays that he bad been badly MEJIORIAI.. jugs in.his wagon to be filled troubled with Kidney Complaint for a WnEREAS, The anpel of death has again for Ballard oanty use. Cairo preat many years and with Eczema for appoaredjin our midst and taken from our three years; at times could scarcely walk ranks our respected brother, Samuel Lan Argus. and had tried manv rom,.roa l.an drum, therefore, be it R solved. By this Lodge, tbat in the death The large furniture factory of efit, until he began taking Electric Bitters said brother, we have lost a good Beck, Bransford & Fcdahl, was 6. "" anua nu icci wim of uucKlen'B Arnica Sat.. Ti,;a imtnnt. and faithful member, tbe communiiy a destroyed by fire, Tuesday morn 3nd h 8t.ronP,7 good citizen, his family a devoted husband iBglast. The fire was discovered ' Electric Bitters to all whosuf- - and father. about 3 o'clock in the morning, Rtsolced, That the sympathies of this a i,aneJ rapiainia, bit it had obtained too great head- Blood Punfier. Sold ky Moore &or need Lodge be extended to his family, and that Landrum the members of our Lodge wear tbe usual way to be checked beforo destroy of mourning for thirty days in reiar tho main building and R. G. Dtjk & Co. report tbat the badge to his memory. spect 100 and 200 total number of baginess Between failures Raolctd, That & copy of these resoluen will bo thrown out of !, States 1SS5 was tions be printed la tbe Hickman Courier, The loss is from $&,-- 10,637, Un!ted liablliUesforof a little and be spread upon the minutes of our with to 150,000, and only $10,500 more than 8124,000,6o, Lodge. a8 comparJ. W. Cowohl. fMwaaee. This will prove a ed with mjes inlSSl, with liabiliW. L. McCuTCHEN, VCom City. lets to Union ties of 1226,000,000. T. M. FRicxcn, . houses for the year 1885, and we cheerfully report the fact that, . .m LL KINDS OF fjf - j &c.t &c. BOOKS AND STATIONERY. AGENTS FOE THE v. 31. SgfefSs &c, &c, &c. 10 o'clock IgyPrescrip lions filled at any hour, day or night. Eing night bell after M I-- WHITE KaS-R. SEWING MACHINE. PRESCRIPTIONS A. SPECIALTY. night at L. Moore can be found the Laclede House, lo attend calls. o-i- r SlS1. nl ma-ehiaar- y. o o H Pi 6 VJgJff.'t mm. E3C. ATTENTION ! The old, popular and always reliable Hardwarehouse of Has a splendid stock of the very best make3 of all kinds of Hardware which are offered at and that the very lowest the market justifies. be exactly as represented. All goods guaranteed to ' :oiTo:ii-AJxr.AJx- r ng em-loyme- M so-r- it Av: i V " fi Has now in stock all the new improved Breech-LoadiShotguns and The best roof for the least money. Experienced workmen employed. Pistols, Powder, Shot, Shells, Wads, Gun Implements, Hunting Coats Tlte attention of builders especially desired as this house will give speand Helmets, and Hunter's Gum Boots. These Goods will be sold at prices that will compete with any other city in the country. Call and cial inducements' Correspondence solicited. xatume netore ouying. if. H. BKEVAKUl '- ROOFING. - a . jft' t 5 . iJt "UV 3(r SHK: iii J.A j xe me Sj n i rc V$f!fystyr'--- tH y AA E r.&$dBBrtr s 1 H CaMSt" J t fc' '"' UTI .1 H iiiiuj. ii J uV ... 1JS-- J L.Jiumujjj- - Lkfc - fc 'fi i lf jt.l 5 ft m WH Jri HIGH LICENSE." THE PRESIDENT TALKS. The comparative illiteracy in FIUT2 ' SCBROEDBB. The message begins by congratu- some of the states runs as foi- - What It Has Demo Towards He Expresses Himself on Sen lating the Legislature upon the peMaking Kentucky Legislature. Beck's Speech and culiarly gratifying and .fortuitous .uiUiUftSiJig llleUttBV- Makes a Sugges circumstances attending its eon write: HOUSE OFFICERS. tenue. tranduility of our tion. While Blade. outng, Speaker iron. Chas. Offutt, of federal tiio' domestic relations, Per ct, Per ct. i TOM thfc Clirts an I'nion E, TEzsrisj-- . r.ml jt A lab ma Nnw YtiHTC, .Tan. 1. A World ....'21 1 sot. Bourbon connly. and the ncral prosperity exist- ArWnnas There are certain a leading School in all matters of education of Young Ladies, No i..,. conespomlent had an interview J5 0 .. 0 SHOP. North AVct corner of Mo- other school in Clerk Green R. Kelhir, of Nich- ing in our midst. Delaware 67 3 temperanrc men whoaojuiu is to wah I'i evident Cleveland yester-da- . ISthe South since the war has had no great ?"cce. Parents can j ..... i and Troy Avenues, East Ilickiaiti, L7 r ...:n An exhaustive exhibit of our District of Columbia IS 1 secure bucii ..... 4 t olas. The President was asked nn thorough and 3teady working. For liberal terms, addrtas liaaiisfaclion guaranteed. 10 ,; i 10 0 70.7 iiooinemoi an Willis Ring:), State finances is given, glaring do- .Florida BR. W. K. WARD. April. " Assistant Clerk v for how he ipcnrdfil Senator Beck's 22 0 S10 mi- - iiiiuiii lliinic. IIusiImi.p. in fects ... onrrevenuo system point- - Georgia thev. cnfnuh on the tariff. He renlied: 7A.1 ,....,.. i:,.,, Kentucky Hickman county. of . 2S.d .i :.... are content. But ther!iW'rrinti'.Tv own nprttonal idea about that I'll flill, amii jHTiiiiciic i umyimro 7H l! ..18 1 Sergeaiit-atArm- s Jake Corbett, suggested for various financial Louisiana ' Maryland 6i o many, wi think a vast mnwiritv of is t'li'it tho onlv nractical wav to .. 81 H THE ii BARTER GROCERY J ilia. 7,- 2 tomprranee of Ballard. .1(5 3 "miters nn. irnil- - ti ik t lull wnulil bo to hil P tlio Door-Keepe- r 10 5 58 9'ers, who aie not particular Hubert Tyler, of The Governor compliment'? the Missouri to em- - proper committee charged with M MONTGOMERY, Bnent 74 body in tin htututc book their .315 work of the State Bonid of Equali North Carolina MR. J. liia friends and the r.ul.lie tbK to Bullitt. the work, take up tho tuibjeet in . 2l. JO o own b7 hut" opened a new nnd fresh supply e zation, 'and heartily approves of South Carolina. notions on thn Gi. ;,.,.t nf ., i.nuniMd nisliino jiiwl innililV flio Tcnnes-c- e .. 2 717 SENATE. n.U kinds cf Faxilt Grocekieb, whieh L - I'temperatiee, who deuire, before prent law in such a way as to help tue act estaDURnn' u; noi regain will sell ne 'ow as the lowest. He is re.-Speaker LL.Gov. .Tas. 'I llrnd-nm- ing it as "a tlmrn igh remedy for Virginia 73.7 uwTjimiig, io seenre Hiii-I- i ..iS.2 lesris poor peopio wno moor, ano io dr at nil times lo oxchnnge Groceries tl and Kentuckv Streets) (Corner of Jackson lation as will bo piaetieallv most take away needless protection ..IS 3 the innnv evils to bo found in our West Virginia ... ca?h pricts for I'utter, E(tg, Chicksusc lT.4.eilii-iej- t ... 5 5 in reducing tho o'vils of from the lew who have grown inGlenn, of Isieh- - revenue"svstem, bat as t!ioBinau tiT kind of marketing that tie farmic Ulcrk Ilarry .. 5.0 drink traflie. Sueb men will ordinately rich at tho expense of friends may bring: in. The highest marguration of a necessary and im- -, "y?" 0 olas. ..7 ket price always paid. portant move in the right direc-- .. .)0lbe mteited to Know what has the many." ... 3 8 6 URO- J. SI. MONTGOMERY Assistant Clerk !! 1 Allison. 110!!.'' 4(jStbeenthe piaetiml elfuct of high Beferriag to tho subject of tho .. 91 , .. , . ii.- - van- - Kansas Jen-kin1$. W. Seargeant-:it-Arrrt- s 24SH(.'Oiisn Iia in the State of Illi Senate and the consideration by .name.... .. 12 lie iiireptsa'ionuou 10 uu out and 9PE2fEI)' with OlTu-ta15.1 nois. t..l of our excel- Maicliuetls liivestiLMtimis havci that bodv of his appointments. JDFEUM3 reasonable. new STOCK,policited. out Fine, aMu-- RIGS for hire. ous wise suggestions of Louidiile. Fatronnge Michigan ...;s 37.2 been mado as to tlie results ofi the President said: "Ilnvemado r SALE AND LIVERY STABLF J. Try Lawrence, lent Audi'nr of IV.hlie. Accounts, Minnosota ... 6 0 and highly indorses his idea of Nebraska been in op- - no hasty selection of officers, but, 30.7 this law; and it ha ... 3 T o, Loisville. relegatfngtothe 'ounties thecostP New Hampshire 15.8 eration long oikiis'i to produce on the contr.t. have given very ... J. oct30-lb& . of coun- New Jersey 30 5 rssults whaii, if ili. , are not .. 5 3 time and investigation to of criminal 'f'?sc Retaliation. cw x ork. .. ... 5 3 21.2 cHive, are certainh Hignitioant. n tintenauce of KENTUCKY STREET, i.vf.ngthat very ty recordn and tho subject, nppici '27 3 ... 4.9 TT7" EEPS cnnatantlT on Unl lllw....a ................. fn V! The English people are begin- pauper idiots. .'ho license is liedjt what is, much itiMwmiH on tut' lHkrKnimn! ..w . Pennsylvania .2 .. C.7 27 1' a.. t ning to talk ouiinoush of retalia. and srJo known is tue ilarner hrat?'UU. ot the wovcr'unem. rossiblv I poriiten: ry question is Rhode Island The 3 ti ...10.9 HORSES, BUGGIES aad HACKS. tory tariffs that is, i iticB on im- treaie-fn- t some leu'hi, Hie condi- Vermont " 10 3 ... ...w iMtV Of v....VAt tlllR lilV may have erred w. hue instances, f.if &fW ... 60 Having purchased thu stable, hora from those countries that tion of the prison complimented, Wissoiiiin ports 31.0 has increased tho reeine of iiiai1 nut l am sure me are lew, ana l - 6.0 r and entire ontfit of- - W. B. Plna impose duties on their goods. and the ,"i'lPW5Tp9ly(if3 city from 200,00( t5000U0i have every evidence that the conn-i'ti- l we'prcTpose to continuo Jo bnsiaesa, md This exhibit is a surprise, for it They believe in free trade; iLuliLlHdcr solicit palronase' with the new reduced the TK5i1a from 'try is sati-din- l was not supposed Mint tho o wa which the illiterate blacks iaii to 3,300. In Ihilo Park, ajeials. I ha e no knowledge as to free traila ineaiiB ino privacy '"flcawil. funy;exffmr.ri-eslTTho Fall Session wiH conrmence um, aellinir. frfeery, as well us lUlnili-tin- g fiat this institution is not onl timed to the illiterate whites was Miburb of Chicago, "though the what course tho Senate will ot froiy. Tbey uro tirou uowjlsolf sustaining, lmf from four increased, the s. sue, but I hao noidea that it will ohr products without duty to years from Apnl last wdi pay a much greater in tho North where toons have has W. DIESTELBHINK MONDAY, AUGUST 31. 133o8 been reduced ne irl .ismiiuc to interfere with tho sums of magnificent proportions their markets, while we ri i'tse to net revenue to the State of 3 while the income and rogatives of the Pres'dent. I are annually expended for the sup-poi- t admit tlicirs without dat t virs. And Continuing Four Mouths. Spring Session Commences per vear. of public schools than in the conseciueiit reductijn of, tax- - Ikiao mv duties, and it has its dil Heretofore, they have st d in Tho Statocuard is mentioned as been ties. One thing I do not belice, guch need of our breadstuff atid being "composed of mot excel the South, where tin negro has ation hasmore multiplied signitieaiA is a re- - and that is, that the Untted States h.it is MONDAY, JANUARY 4, 1386, had sc'iool adautugcs for less provisions that they wore forced lent ma'cnal, fully equipped, than two decades, ami those not duction in the number of arrests Senate will spend its time in list- to take them, notwithstanding our thoroughly drilled, and ro-- i Iv for f A petty criticisms of fro m 1.S95 to 67S. In .Siiringueid, toiintr to .,,. CI1f.Il tic Continuing Five Months. "jTO spaoc to name all articles, but jw I'flinil'i or0.tit-r- t "" " tariff on British goo.ls; but the vii'i.ti.v. ... . n 6ftn.!n;.i,.,n, ...' ,I HIUU It. tbl(W rif1l 1.11. JIXU .ivn i" or the capital of Hlinni, tlc salooiis; appointeestho Xm trouble to show goods. , , which come from dis V,mH. niicuiMri 'l-i. in .1 JL laws The efforts made to stimul.v the cul- quired." The Kowan Countv ex tudv. in English Lraneh?6, see, at h.te been reduced ' J.per cent, j appointed applicants for office." matics,course of Greek, including thorough primary workElocution, Penmanship, Mathe- aadome and Avenue. tho oernr of Troy Latin, German, the Natural Sciences, and Moscow tivation of wheat in 1'j . i are at- pedition is dotr.;'.d briefly, and the Illinois, Iowa and Michigan gie in East Uickmrn, Ky i.euriai.uo Music, Drawing and Calisthenics. tended with such s .c. s, and efficient, cheetful m , unselfish tho negro tho right to attend an reduced nearlybaiuons ilifthe iivuue one-County Convention. Especial attention is devoted to the preparation of students for college, and young school organized for their receipts of moat iioui Aus- disch-irgof their dir . by both dren. In JSS0 Illinois white chil men for butdnesh. has been treble 1. These aro expended The Democrats of Fulton countralia and Jiew Zealand are so oilicors'aud meu"du!. 'oinmeud-ed- . eit-elIn the fifh vb735.176 for public schools; Iowa, reports from large ty are respectfully requested to large, that they have gro:vu hide- T?T? -- I.U:!.:JM), smaller towns sirnilm eiftcts have ILY and Micliigan, it'J &Rti. of us, and are talking of meet in Mass Convention, at the Measures" for prcveiiM.'g hoi3l-the- se Ihuaj aaffnji three States expend - l)ec" Proluce(1- - l"soinjoftlhem- Court-housin Hickman, mposing retaliatory duties on our spreau oi 1,0 ing r1 TUITION : more for public school purpo - JJ license aro granted, aid rohiproducts. Such a dose of our Rucsrested.nnd MONDAY, JAN. UTII. 1SS6, reaso !' - ion. bltl0u ,s I (DAVIS OLD STASD.) ?2 00 Primary Pupil a per month. own medicine, would be very dis- given why cattle growers shouio , ses than was expended in the w hole In uearl it not qu'tc all the to take such steps and make such Intermediate 4 00 All kinds of South yet, strange as it niiiv agreeable to us, its severest eliect no more. evi State aid for 5 00 seem, tho percentage of illiterate! others tho number of the saloons expression.", u. regard to the apfalling upon farmers. Mian any other proSTAPLE AND FaNCY GROOEBiES has been somewhat reduced; tho proaching lace lor Judge of tho blacks exceeds that of the whites PAYABLE IIOXTIILY I5T ADVASCfi. perty owuer in those States by considerably amount of re cnue to ilie Stale Court ot Aiipeals, or any other s house, tt hot SatiT Jones has boon challenged to sually kept in a nd gratifvinv im morn tlein is fnnml "A stead B. G. CAIaiDWBI fn ovisl Im. largely increased, and tic amount matters alutttng the public wol ss prices. meet a "blood" of St. Louis where provement in the character ai.d drunkonnens and diettrdcr no-- j fare, as the wimIoih of the Demo-race- s the illiterates TSA3, 'farther commun'f'.ons" can be condition of the common schools tween in most oT theof the two tably dimiriiislied. Frou' six eol-crFXXCY CAMJs, then and there assembled HrCKiiAN, Kv., Aug. 7, 1885. 3n Southern U!m,s carried on in regmlto some of throughout the State" is noted.' XIXCE-UEADcm-ci- n T, PICKLES of r0Porttt that ,tt heforc! may approve Any and all his evangelizing provocations. and attributed 4,iu a great degree States. Upon what hypothesis q ' take some spcciraqireports ocruts resectfully urged to J10M1KY, GRITS thiB fact bo accounted for' CiXA'BERUIES, What answer therevorcu gentle- to the indefatigable zeal of that tend and participate, that the negro is not ' "i haphazAid: man has given wo hae nt seen, excellent and efficient officer," the Cairo, III. Increase nfrovenno,; Gkokub Wakkkn, JBU JSL ef 5$ 3SS Carnal weapons are not, part ot .Superintendent of Public Instruc- so apt to learn as the white, or! sa-- . Chairman iuuon uouniy ucmo- Pei" CCM-- i that tho dcodIb of these SiSitoKluxlJ the armory of the evaug''.3tic tion. d- Hugar, .Coftecs, Soaps, cfec. emtio Committee. regard tho negro as a sort par- - loons' nenri' 6ny Per 9nl' forces, jjind there is no possible State Charitabio Institutions are asite upon the community ofa pa - 'c,r?ase of otftoI mtcrqieranco, gVili not bs undorsold. Egg, &j challenge to mortal comba that upon tho whole reported in good f Will pay full price for Butter, the Kev. Sam is not witty enough condition, and extra buildings and nah in whom but few feel suffi- - Qumcy. lucrease of fevenae, cient interest to care his edu to circumvent. facilities recommended, as these cation as they do for that the' "early forty per cent.; decrease is8c TSS COORIERJOORHAL. tsas 'nnhappy pensioners upon the children of tho white men 1 of ao.His, thirty por cet. With The canvaBS of tho standing of public ""constantly in- - the weabh and school advantage' Jolo'."- - Itovenne donVej buai- - UViJiG IDEAS AND LIVE ISSUES. rois- Congress on silver shows solid creasing in nil ; r in a ratio tar cum i(illa.-clilst- nr the North possesses, this showing! "Pssot P0,IC0 uonrts dimhishod delegations in favor of continued in excets of t.t average increase Moi.ftjtoJIec, and Ui is not creditable ho far as it ro- - ""'"V 'Kl tt''w coiuoge from Alabama, Arkansas, in our poptiliti'Mi Spirit f fcfc'lloaol Strl'oi As a matter lates to the negro. The few ne Toledo All tho low ? rgor-Delaware, Florida, Kentucky, of State econo: i h e also recom- - groes in the North ought to hao ies shut un. Iisissippi,North mc'ids the crea-- a tt'ir j l..r, ii th t- - ., nifigtil Reprusnta-V- 3 of a ''State shown a much higher grade ofi Vannalia. No decrease aa- r bl tf ;.tt-- I. Dorntcntic In Carolina, Tennessee and Texas. Hoard of Char.; B'fr-- t, ! jwt.ii. such as ex- literacy, aud it can hardly bo their loons: increase of jevoni? iLi tin It Icr a The extreme Yest and t ie North- ists in other Sta lUithon ot tnc Var (:i-- : rt Un.d n tt tor the proper fault that they lnne not availed percent.: fewer cases qu... ij tUs :an!I aok u . ct. 1K west are almost ns so'ol in the regulation and i lanagement of themselves to a gre-ite- r 7!ia Weekly extent of euness. and fewer distut Baine direction. Tho eagle on tho eleemosynary itiiiiutions. . ! iUn t.t puMlil.- -l U lb klx the school advantages so liberal-- , t Morris. Saloons red hs--a Uin host ivislmK.1 buzzard dollar Ti tlr..l.r u) ft. t - q ..ui'lj .iit)-roii- r .l qi.mll: I io sixtepii i.) piuwiieu. lido there ha e i r tU; i.' t n in rai b ui ii three-fourth- s of ll It It of tho country. of plimeuted for tiieir satisfactory as- beerr no overt acth of 1 It, n(Jt i.rm..thtr i tiaoJ.le hat :l rcJHtl renressio'i. m.ei eased from $2,1011 tu vx.ii nv f, it U e need not, perhaps, sessment of railroad property in inoro nas existed a public mmhi uo of tb. .. r, nail corr;)iid.ntiitrtlcrl In th It i Auditor Hewitt says i it the State, and judicious recom merit against mixed schoola in Il- thosH reports. Tho gonerf. Sits comitr; lill oi thnej e! the net, from iti'- iration ft ItiiitioIttrdfrt MANOFACTURERSOP there will be a deficit in the State's mendations as to tho eqnity of linois, Iowa and Michigan. whi it n expressed by the fact. 3 in "fJ . ut lli jra- n grptfr numUrof ittiil t!iruu-ht finances this fiscal year of $21)3.-00- relative freight tar'ds for ''long has probably kept tho young ne ,h i"tate at largo th rev (eoff unil ShS--tJisaStirifSr.f It V mlrjat d pnpalar nv t luair """ri say, the State will and short hauls." lie aiso com- groes from attending as fully a riii- State has been increns t'OlU that isto It i in .r7 ritcl Koiltl Fcltiwl inicrln. and fitclh lack, that amount to ir.et the mends them for attention given they otherwise might have :.i'.Ht to over ? 1,300,1 .the- Fi,tr. "Woe Vly roarirr-Jc!i.T!!done. Tho hra I37 claims ngaiust it. Thisdohc;' will to the subject of coal transporta- Notwithstanding tho laws or Illi- number of saloons has bocii rolir tho Liae; Crculctifn :r appear notwithstanding that s;.ice tion, one of our most important nois and Michigan give negro iiii ed fiom 13,000 to le.s that 9,-- 0 in Aniriev It It mnj TuUc tbe the last report there has been re- interests. children tho right to attondi 'J, tho best element of both par-- ' tiruu.iif.n:UaiMj ij.n p.. u f,cpj, tt I to sr.jit .n ii ai.: in rtrpri; k" ceived into the Treasury S512,o00, jrm ,..,, The report of tho Inspector of schools for white children, there ties unite in suppnitingandeuforu-,in- g I'liT, i: . t,'rs: ... r, i.' 0ZZ3 f icforma. derived from the sile of bonds Mines is roferred lo as a very were in tho former State in -the law, and disregard of it tluaj o ml . .i in Ttrj itrn L. N, C & ( t ort!.ord withi R'j. ordered to be issued !o fnud the gratifying showing as to the quan- seventy-siTo ut it schools for coioi..i ipparently Rudtj but little aunctron lie. 1fcp. ! ItliiA.i.,.t n ;r.t jtcsjthoaia o; ror'.i;r.lt floating debt of the Stae, tity and quality of Kentucky's children, and eight ten in the iat from o'thor of the people or their lft. !U.oit who onct ts.lt St cut wlUm; tc 1 it m th.lr hon mineral coal fields. natural representativ e. t lie couriH, tor. FIREE PRSMIiJf.lS. Some admiring fiiend has at 'fst A Hit o har.d.urci? x tho sher ill's and the jum . Mote- 'The remarkable development cf Tire STthl raruty r o&..d i - l. rr'- juLjcrlb-- r i reniltitx nfti.i At'ftn tu VUUIIkJ C,.V .' .in.ti ... discovered one distiiioriiisbiirc f"a- of our coal and other t "HilVl, VV., n of a rq ti tt.ta - ttni I 4niA tuoL MiniatA. uui.n t i. ti.....n sources within thelasi rr v years," Tito Tiii'sry and Grairlh small villages, tho high hconsehas k n.i;.--i nit cl Chirac c t.iuj.l. cop.' v,f Cctriif iuid liri .iiiiiidii;i TJtw.Tr Jouri. i" Ailvorilsiiij;. iinJ ho is wittyl He marrieil a Miss ho says is ''duo primal ih to the had tho effect to close up all tho ocr full li ffr I'lvmlua" -f r. i" -i Sllor Bollett, who has a bevy of very excellent work done by the Geo Within the last half century, liquor shops. Tho teport from aiiE5cr.irTioi7 ,It, oc jr, aclc.'.rj i,izx3. beautiful sisters, and when admon- logical Survey since the organiza- along with tho growth oi the news- Fayette county may bo regarded lir f n,,u,n l.f0 ished that there was trouble brew-iu- g tion of that Bureau, and which it paper of r . rer. vUixt has grown up a as a typical one in this respect: Wtc'.'j, tclcttor . fn.htl.ir. . . J 10 in Peru he brushed it aside is still prosecutiugwith commend- system of advertising which is one "In several small towns in this tr mry clt.3 ct To ran ttnl ui at oat Call, on nearest picket Agent tno it.:er ot c!aa slu bs tint a: a pret ml with the witty respoiao that heal-a- y able zeal aud the most gratifying of the most remarkblo features of ito'i.iiy the high license law has rj ens or OLr lro p'tmluni' !iU. sought "a covert where bul- su cess." modern journalism. Within that j I'u- nmlly resulted in prohibition, Iii. xc pt sutiiijj ), o .axilcslod ,ly.....in 00 Or Address j.r vicvpt lets were thickest." After referring to the dignity of brief neriod advertising has be - there being no ono in these places Da.l (rtv.pt Su:iuv . tix n"ninthi.... 6 0) I' i lj !uaub)t fJlie l!10Utll.... W. R J on m, their positions aud tho importance come a .science, to rightly compre-- , willie- - to pay the required foo.'j in o . ...xioutijb .. .. jrar nj;Ai.r.ii i rags. Ajjt , Dallas, Tex., or . ..... ... 2 id 1X0 ' nf tlinir dlltlfiS., tllfi linvf-rilO- r AfC Tlnatnrn nonor onniraolo Un reports before us we do not! .. ai.w.v... fiafru OUVCIO WK4V V. I .... head and to bo able to "correctly; I" the V trivflln? hftnit an milnjnl lij- the uongress pass an act providing closes ins very pracueai aim ex apply which is rocognized as the j find a single town or county which fCou O. P. & T. A., Nishville, TennT is wnnt.d bai.;yl m r it ,u wry eivntuuintv, tcnlsut a liUral la vbom FRITZ. HELLNER, T. Agt., Hickraan. D HUGS, HHHIJINIK FAIKT8 AND DFjHTCH inai ine government pay tho ne- - cellent suggestions to tno ijegis surest road to fortune through indicates unfaoraMc rebults. aih t p,tni.lnn ia If ths We think the.vo definite reports, t no groes tna inonev of which thov Iat ure aa follows: "Confident legitimate business. nfnt in your ntlgbbor- ! annil to bt fr A;it'i All were defrauded by the Freed man's that yon fully appreciate the giav-itAs a vehicle for advertisements from the various counties of lib- - 'ult t, wbicli uo s.n.l frour of ehr(;.Conateln; B1GKMAN MARBLE WORK S 3SMI --A jar Deacon c? crtitrt, outfits, tairla oblrgations undor whi !. the modern newspaper exercises noii are quite conclusive as to one t : ;u.'., .:c, ibould r.uciii f.ir to bank. If the Government should of the t aiidrti.oj undertake to pay back all the you aro thus placed, I tendoryou no less an important influence on tact, that a high license or a high VY. H. HALDEMAK, ; CA Rli COMP O UNhEDi S&T PRE3CR IPTIONS niCKMAN, KT. in every modern civilization than it does tav, whatever may be thought of money the g. o. p. stole, the pur- - my cordial Ct , rrwUl Cul.r LOUISVILLE, KT. ru theon, practically discharge them in Elus in the treasury would melt cfforl to as will reflect honorsuch a as a disseminator of news and a it effect to does the liquor Iiavo "S3. C- - 2Ssa-3Ha.s.SJslimit upon special pleader for principle. Its the traffrost before the noonday manner yourselves and redound to the advertisements at once create a fic and adminish tho evils whrch OEALKtt in THE Indiauapolis Sentinel says permanent prosperity of the Com- demand and show how it is. to be, flow from it. Those who oppose ... i ir i wi.n ine supplied. It is frequently charged mis meiou oi tieaunj? that Mr. Sherman had not been in monwealth." Italian nd AMcnxcAN Maubls FOR THE asrain.st tho portion of tho news- - drink traffic must either shut their office as tho successor of Mr. eyes to the facts, or oppose the' MONUMENTS, TOMB AND GRA7H Hendricks twenty-fou- r hours be- Why tho West Wauls Silver. minor not edited bv the advertiser system on some other ground than thi't it caters to public taste and fore a clean Democratic sweep STONES. D. G. PAEK. exercises its influence in no other hid us.scruuu mat a injiii tax in- was made and Republicans placed St LoiiiB He;i iMicaii.l a fine lot Tho great mass of tho people of way. Whether tho charge is tnre creases the evil which it is intendon the watch in ihoso Senate offHAVING received Marble, I of Aree am pr Italian tho country are in ilobt, without a or false, it is certain that tho ad- ed to reduce. ices which had been filled by the A GOOD EDUCATOR IN THE FAMILY. pared to fill all orders. Call and esu i i iving banks. vertiser who has mastered the nickle in deposit late ur work - - KY. A Swct'i ISevetigc. MAY FIELD, Niuetonths of the j opulatiou of principles of tho science not only Orders from.llieicountry,r,rciapjjy may 23 tho West and Sou' It aro interest eaters to existing tastes, but creaall Subjects, Twenty years ago, three guer- la Actlt c lrnct!co Hince March, 177. Fresh News and Choice Reading GEP.iiANY 013 has organized a payers, Every new farm in Dako- tes new ones. Tho question he rillas in Whitley countv took a scheme for colonizing her own WILL practice in all the couulios of the Nebraska, Kansas, MARVIN COLLEGE, tramps, pntting them on planta- ta, Minnesota,Texas is covered by asks theoretically and answers man named Sam Smock, out in First Judicial District, and in tbe AppelMARKET REPORTS A SPECIALTY. Colorado and practically is, first, "What do the tho woods and shot him in the late Courts of Kentucky. ' tions and sorting them out, so.r.e a CLINTON, KY. mortgage, and a great many of peopio want!" Second, "What forehead and loft him for dead. sepllS-l- y Liberal premiums offered for clubs. Send for our premium lists. Agents to places of trust, somo to work tlioseiu tho otuor western ami can they be mado to want?" In Tho ball passed under the brain Spring terra, of fix months commences wanted everywhere. Address, and others to the poor-houstho saino THE AMERICAN, JANUARY Itn, 1SH6. Bhe is proving a successful coloni- Southern States aro in would bo tho process of answering the sec- - and passed out a the back of hih condition: aud suroly it ond question is involved not only neok. Smock recovered; and rog-- l Tr n m rTiVTT? zer in that line. Rnshvilie, Tenn. Faculty full aud competent. GovernX JuiJXi unfair to sacrifico tho agricultural tho wonderful growth of advertis- - jstered avow that he would be A. OS JLv X ment rigid, yet just. Patronage solicited. largest and most im- ing but tho progress of business revenged. Several years arro he rnterost the J. H. CALLOWAY, Pre?. The Louisville commercial savs. portant in tho country to the and the shaping of society. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, killed one oi them in Missouri, There aro two William J. Stones i owners deposits in tho and later he killed one in Garrard IIICKMAV, - - - KENTUCKY. in congress, both natives of Ken- Eastern of bank Tho creditors deSaddlery arid Harness HOW TO SAVE IJONEY States. couuty, jliln Trip. ago, the this State. a A few days tucky, though one represents a mand, attend to all business entrusted of sil- A Dog's 3,000 first, tl o suspension last one, man named WILLtheir care. DEALEr. is Missouri district, thus disproving ver tho re- Chicago Herald. coinage, and. se-oSaunders, was found dead in WhitOffice Furniture Factory. tho old adago that a rolling Stono demption Wo are "Wholesale Deadquarters for al GerA man who emigrated from and retirement of the nov8.'78 ley county, with this note pinned PLUMMER & FARRISS. grades of novo? 'nthecs any moss." silver dollars already coined. many last i.:May and nettled near Lino io uiu ml hui '. :.,.i w.o , f tRlgedy AXD ALSO. Wh only .uerriur,u.iro, This would leave go'd as the 6u Jnc7:son St., opposite Courier Office commenced twenty ASOTBKZ Democrat has fallen motal money in the lard, gold is other day by his dog Fritz, which i Nets, Seines, Lines, Hooks, r.nd alljkind ' r IIICK31A.V, - - - AT. of Hshinj; Tackle and Supplies, at a bar fcy tho rayside. John IJigelow worth 120 cents in siUer. After lio left on tho other side in charge TOBACCO acd CIUES CSEWIN, 0. L. t gain. Groceries and Family Supplies gen resigned the assistant trcasuror-ehi- p the monev svstem should have of his brother, walking up to bun nON. y. j. sTOnE, of the First of Saddle and ATTORNEY AT LAW AWELL?electjd stock made to order. erally. of New York because "he did been adjusted to suit the Eastern while at work. How the. animal! K.,tuekv district. work Prompt attention yiven to not like to be responsible for so interests, all Western a.n oouin-er- n succeeded in traveling th J,ti00'a bljiu Gongrcssto repeal section1 Collector, Real Estate Agent and will job to dealers only at Factor ,W. prices; aUo the much money." What was tho matdebts Tvould bo increased one-fift- miles or more was a mystery to of the Hevisod Rfntntes.i HICKMAN, KY. ter with tho road to Canada? B E A R Jf G 0 the man, who wroto to Castle txar- - wlnch compels every leaf tobacco 8L0OO would grow to Will attend promptly to all buel den oilicials and asked if Fritz on-- ; ' dealer to keep a book in which aro ness entrusted him in Soathwesleri and so on. of any kind. ITe has accured the servicer A POLu of Congress pats down Is it any wonder that tho people tercd tho country through that registered tho names of all those Kcnlac!sy and Northwestern Tennessee Se&Ul Scotch m Susnor Scotch M, of that well known and excellent work143 Democrats in tho House and of the country aro opposed to port. Tho reply was that he did ; from wi,om ho buys tobacco and AND man, Uncle Bob Farri, which of itself is Special attention given to the investigaD2 Republicans againat suspension this inequitable aud most unrea- that ho never loft tho wharf at names 0f all those to whorn he tion of Land titles, and the purchase guarantee of good and faithful work. the best in the market. We also keep apr24 f jmB8 of silver coinage, mth 39 Demo- sonable scheme. Bremen after his master stilled, sells, to which is attached a ponal-bu- t sale of Real Estate. constantly on hand a choice selection . crats and 91 Republicans favoring waited until another vessel ty 0f $300 pud from one to five ot hid- it. Phesident Cleveland asks to camo in and wont on board, some-day-s years immisonmont. and EETHE'S SALOON, Delivered to all parts of the city octSO 8 .A.. A.. IPAJRIS. FAMILY GROCERIES, be allowed, at the proper time, to ing until tno vessel nau oeen burba. Gov. Hill, of Now York, and at sea. CONFECTIONERIES, The directors of tho Lonisvilie aid in the .movement to erect a A PLEASAXT PHYSICAN AND SURBEGN, AND FRUITS, Gov. Lee, ot lrginra, woroinatigu- exposition, having found that Huh monument to tho memory of the LOWER and LOWER. KENTUCKY FRESH BEER constantly on tap. Ci-show hardly HICKMAN, which we will sell very low for the cash fat3?asked of the paid expenses. late Vice President Hendricks. Louisville has reduced its tax' rated on the 1st. Allkinds of Groceries haras, sidM, ft, jars and Tobacco, of the best brands. have ServicM to stockholders a rate eighteen cents on ino 55100 Don't fail to read tho Gover- - OFFERS hit Professionaland vicinity. Please call and see us. as cheap ft the cheapest. I will aei bt Patronage solicited. of Hickman loan of $20,000 to carry it on annow S2 30 instead Read Governor Knott's mes- valuation. It is JOHN WITTUi. 14-- tf aidtmld. nov FVqiJA & DeBOW nor's message. janlG-'other year. sage on first pae. of $2 18, as formerly. Frmarurt Capital. ra&mmts ktobsb. GOV. MUTT? MESSAGE. S13iieray CosispurtMl "mmn- - T 00 TaxesLo;! 1 DR. WARD'S isrA.si i'v ir.r. tt ? 7-- 5 x $;. . BOOsTHor?li,MiEIE t 1 U'i:i-,i.itin- .. - . A I I -- -, liW PI -- h- - u, -IS 7- i ?'-a- he HICKMAN, p, ii-.- i! . :'it. i KENTUCKY, t ! Door-Keepe- W. G. KINGMAN. -1 dc-.mu- Faris Parker, I F I yvxl. -- - - w- -- - uTnlL-rtte3a- natureHIMMcts p QmldrmlVm offi-i.'Jf- pur-populati- pre-one-ha- $S,-333.3- ten-fold- Family Groceries. i I 'V"'""u "" ri- -. ." 4 3 I . h iu Book-Keepin- g, i rov-enu- . Sam fr ! e, pieuro-pneumouiru!-cauti- a ! i a! i sct-,ret- j- JUI3GS. first-clas- -t at MAKY OALSWSLL. A an 1 , w fr lu"y;i"'"' CASE & MILLET, sy Bp "J go ! w n, C m0i hi & 0 NASHVILLH Oliattanocga - W wp-.e- i HICKMAN KENTUCKY. & tl .'pr h-- u s;-- HERTWECK, BALTZER CO. Atlanta, Florida ph V.o-- :l 0; - .l cfnayDaci-oca.icr'ew;)Kp- 1.1 l- Et riK-p- g-- .t 1 1 k- -. x s . - -- 1 j s t M.-.- ,t I -- , Hickraan, Kentucky. f. i- i r- to-da- (1 41 - TBiE OLD RELIABLE CHAi i. A. SOLOOMBE. -- FAYOBITE ! !. -. i .'.l-.ui- Courlsr-Journ- y J.i-ail rji.1. s b-- .- .1-- 1 frroiessionai Cards. QNL Y ONE- DOLLAR "Weekly ASinerican Vice-Preside- m e. I t F. E. OASS, nd .".. -- ,,, i.:" Family Groceries; HANDLE. mm i,,t,wl h: aa) $1,-20- p" P I I J. BCSBBS,. GROCERIES Fresh Meats, DR. W resort. m a ! t -- ,. v-- - 1 I K Sil 1 iSBC- t if tin - 'jfls isrm 'fv A, c- r - ILli