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BKVELOPE8, LETTEK-HEAD- j, 4 Qe -O- JiOkjoaBti act, next floor to City Hall, W4K1 WB7 afc BOROE WARREN, Editor. ip INVITATIONS, ETC 10. OAXiZi - - -- eto;" v XntfCEr SCBSCKIPTIOX, 81.50. -- r . aH.Vr-?- isBiaaFie explosion. v - Frightful Tt rESTABIfSHED ttoe-Ino- 1859. the HICKMAN, PULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, JANUARY 22, SAW LIGHT AHEAD. . 1886. VOL. XX1.-N. 0. AI"D S3 tji f u Mine, Causing V Ewaj-.- f- - tson and Stool Worfcs, wewport, Ky., in Ruins. - HJMlractilons Escape of the l'mplojcs fiom "Death Several Seriously Injured. Cincinnati, O , January 13 About fire o'clock thi9 afternoon the engineer in the new mill at Harper', Iron and Steel Works, Jf "InJSewpbrt, , tattled the employes by rushing through the mill and shouting to them to "fly fo their lives, as something wasabout to happen." Everything was "dropped o'n the instant, and half the men bad not quitted the place when there was a terrific explosion, which blew the building to atoms and shook the houses in the neigh tiorhood for squares around The utmost epnfusion prevailed, and it was borne time before the cau.se yf the accident tould be ascertained People in neighborhood rushed the to the scene, anu moie woo una cna time to re- l Jmmediatelygxt ig wfc3Irtrve been caught by the debris. It being very dark, .their workf of course, was slow. A number of tbe timbers caught fire, and n telephone message was immediately sent to the engine-houssummoning the department Tboboys arrived on short notice and soon extinguished" the flames. The "boys then started in to look for the injured Their a ttention was directed to the west side of the mill by the moan ofa man. After a few minutes' work they found lyiug on the groand uea down ty ajarge umber, i ana James Sn ift and sou. piece ofwere ex Mr. They' tricated. The latter being onlv slightly MhraUed,' are able.to walk off Ir Swift "rwas,pouveyed to bis homo on Elm street. wben,-upoan examination, it wu found th.athisYight leg. was broken bctvteeu knee nd ankle and the left between the kucc and hip. lie also sustained several severe cuts about the head. Drs. F. A. Davis and J. O. - Jenkins rendered surgical skill. Mr Swift jwas the boss muck-miroller. Mr Chris aUisch was also badly hurt about the neck and head. He u as also taken to his home on Elm street. Two men by the name of Kearney were also severely injured, one of them having his arm broken just above the elbow. A number of other. were slightly injured by being struck witb pieces of fl- 4?nC'mbers- - A mail named Tim .Sheilv is - roisinsj'aod It is thought Tie might possibly .beiroflfirllmdeuris. iL bring alinotdnrk uuw in, IFLUUIU iir JCHI Tl lUCUlSajli;! lUtl vjtfUl isent;riy;ia" .and part of the anncdUilg-tftTusR.SWnpjiic. The badly injured bVflyiilg' plcrc of Uead and tiiutipv. oTrnrrit engine'wis aiii oTin f" t li ri,if.li JbeVpW mill anilalighteoiubank of tue T.ickfti"-on 'llii" rnrFiiKfiin Sirln A Inrna was thrown over portion of the iritbe old mill and wedged itself in Thi-es large sthe thiown down by flying jwere alsoboiler1 plecT:of and timber- The engineer, who gave the warning, states that shortly ntler'5 o'clock one of the hirge tS ,belUvas thrown from the Journal of his eifglne, aud this threw (lie large baud from the which weighs thirty toiw. f course started off at lightning speed, and seeing that he could not stop.he gave the warning to theempIoyc5;soino15t)m number Tho by this time had attained such a terrific velocity that it hroko to,pieci A portiou.o iL.strack the large bojlfer, causing it and an adjoining boiler to!. explode almost simultaneously.. This w as follow ed by a loud report and" the escape of steam, "and after the smoke had cleared away there was nothing left but u few posts standing up and a large pile of debris lying over near the old mill Tho damage will amount to not less than SJj.OOO, and probably more. K-e n slopes- James Shiffert, Aged twenty-eigh- t years he, leaves n wife t.nd three children : lie leaves a aged thiity-siFrank Mife and one child George L Miller aged twenty-onyear, single. The appearance of the dead bodies showed that the men had been suffocated "When found they were in an upright position, with tools in their hands Large gangs of men have been nut to work to rescue the others who nm fntnmlwMl In tiit i.lon- - r1ii()i w nutI TOOfeeudecpTho'caUhw'oflii'caVeIirat this mine can not ue accounted ror, a-- it was one of the bet in this ore region The mine gave employment to a large number of men, but fortunately most of them left work at noon yesterday. . Ec-kx e vun'ocatlou or a Dozen Men. No YoK, January 14. An Albtirtns (Pa ) special to the iifraiZ gives an account of a terrible cave-i- n which occurred yesterday afternoon about 4:30 o'clock at Ritten-hous- o Gap, a small village near Red Lion, a station on the Catasqua & Fogelsville Road. It happened in the ore mine ownsd and operated by H. K. Hartiell, of this and buried quite a number of men. t is difficult at this writing to gtt a cor-lelist of the men killed on account of the intense excitement which prevails, but it is thought that perhaps a dozeu weie entombed At 7 o'clock last night the following bodies had been dur out at one of the ct Harrowing Doubts as to tho Fato of the Nanlicoko Minors. Ciicuuit:nccs .Showing tlMt tho Iniprij- oucd Men May Yet he Alie. WiLK&vB iwiE, Pa , January 1 The people of Nanticoke were greatly agitated Saturday evening by the report that one of the icscuing party working in the mino v. here the men are imprisoned bad eeu light ahead of him ' He saw light ahead," were the woids that were passed around from mouth to mouth All were anxious to find the man who bad seen tho light. It was ascertained that he was Dan. Holllster. John Davts was also positive that be saw light in one of the chambers ahead"of him He said that he was digging through the sand near the fourth center door when ho espied the light about forty yards awiv. It was elevated to the highest. pUch, which .,,MW.ntrni:thB.Uieorv-- , forihftd at first., that tire men were in a chamber high up out of danger's way Davis thinks the light reflected was that of a miner's lamp It was visible for about three mm utes. and from this fact the conclusion was itached that the men who carried it had been down mi the gangway, where they had gone, probably for some water, or perhaps meat from the-boof a mule, and lifter they had been supplied returned to their chamber, where they have been liv-tn- g all these many days and nights Davis snys bj is willing to stake his house and lot that the men, or at least some of them, uro still alive He sas the an is good, and pleuty of water and mule flesh. e en if they were in bad condition, to men could live comfortably Davis and another rescuer rapped loud and long, but heard no icsponse It is thought that the men wpe. too weak to respond Additional were put to work, and now it is hoped o reach the place where the light was seen by v noon Should even one man bo found alive it would be the mot miraculous thing in the bistor of mine disasters and ct it is possible that more than half Jv b p-n to-da- SICKENING STOItY. Little Child Rojoted to Death in an Oten. New Havev Cons , January H. A horrible story comes from "Wallingford The report saysr that a, colored Iwoman living near Ihd Hill, wishing toteall her huL band, closed her baby in an oven to keep it warm, the fire being nearlyout. AVhile sho was away her. husband came home and unaware'of the whereabouts of the child, built a hot fiie. The woman noticed the smoke coming from the chimney and hurried home, bur arrived too late, a the child was found literally roasted. A ll Poisoned Four Wives the Fifth Beat Him . f to this occurrence, hitting him over the 6 head with a spade in a quarrel, but ho was acquitted after protracted litigation, his father expending a great deal of money in the defense. ... been received from Dakota" describing the A BURSTBD BOILER. recent death there of GeosreMcCabe, who was tried here a year agokta a charge of 1'riglitfnl Kvplulon on. a Steam Tug One poisoning .his wf at-- the .Dewdiop Inn, Man Killed. Two Fatally lujiiied London Sbu'ib. Tlid'.dreuiajtaiices of the "PiTTMif-nc.ii- , Pa , The ?team casS..wer" y5ry; sifsptcioaTpoison being tug Modor exploded Jnnuarvl? in the Ale old-miher boilers Mc(?abes"sloinach, but the found in"Mr wa-ah- o legheny .River, prisoner was acquitted He had previously "budge, shortly near the Sixteenth street before o'clock this escaped conviction on the cliarge ol moimng. instantly killing Pilot Joe Davie Inger-sol- l, wife murdering another in OnL, alleged and seriously and perhaps fatally injuring and it was that other women in "Wood-tooFireman Mathew Higgms and Captain Out had fallen victims to his passion It Jeff Eyans.. The balance of the crew har-mismoke-stackis now stated that after his acquittal unhurt The fireman had just filed he went to Dakota and married again occur.explj)f.ion up when the One morning his wife detected him putting red The wu- terrific, vOncussion some foreign substance, wiuto her tea and ttie wss rent asunder, boat "Watching her opportunity the exchanged fragment .being scattered ftflly five cups McCabe drank the draught intended Pilot Joe Davies was blown for his wife, and while in of into the river, and his bodv-hnot et death confessed to the attempt at murder, been' recovered Fiiemau liiggjn-- . was AsA-nintand also to the poisoning of his other four blow u on a raft Ut injuries., H is thought, wires are fatal Captain Evans was badlj hurt, but will probably recover The others went blown iutoth'e river, but were rescued Baokrorn tifWar. aueof that the n McrsciE, Ixi., January 14. Several yeara knowu- - The thought the explo-io- feed is not pipes It is ago Mrs. "Walcott, wifeSf Charles AVal-cot- t. were clogged with ice and the boileis beof this city, was the wife of a man coming- dry. exploded The boat was named Rutherford, who went to the war. owned by Captain Evans, and was valued As he did not return she supposed him at Jl.OoU It was used for towing barges m dead. Indeed, his comrades testified that the harbor . . he had boen killed in battle. A few UNDER THE ICE. years after she became th wife of Mr. Walcott. But now it appears that Ruther- Swilt Iletilbutlon follows the Heed of ford still live, and friends of th family an fucemliiiry. say that Mrs. "Walcott recently received a ScuEXECTiDY. N Y, January Is. Tho from her long lost husband The letter PENALTY. lnttor ihe believes Xo bp genuine, and she barns of Jacob Houck, a GlenviIIc farmer, now proposes to leave rfre and buinod aid by.Twu laers of their Fellow and go to the other. To this Mr. nustiauu were uight. The incendiary, to the "grouna Walcott last setdn who proved to ' 2- r Man. objects. Mrs. "Walcott is the'mbtherof two be a farm, hand whom Mr Houck had disSr. Louis, Mo., January 15 Charles "Wichildren by Walcott. charged, was observed hastening from tho lton was hanged this mormugat. 45 o'clock scene of the fire. and. being pursued, at,fortthe murder of a rivei-- ' steamer mate fo Exterminate Apaches. Scheme tempted to cros the river on the ice. AVhen ago. lie was calm to the last.. some time neaily ntro- - he sank out ol sight, and all Demi.no, N. M., Januarj 14. A gentle,Oo the scaffold he addressed a few ' words man who is connected with Territorial efforts to find his body have bem ineffect'6 those present to witness the death, and tive. It is supposed that he fell into an air died protesting his inuocence, saying ho Governmental affairs is authority for the hole aud his body wa swept down by the fctatement that the Territorial Government --.urreut. had acted in Bellcvilu;, Iix.j January 13. Noah is actually negotiating with Colonel IN TERRIBLE TORTURE. Berrvman, colored, was hanged hero to- Baylor, of Texas, the noted Indian fighter, day for the murder of his w lfe, Mamie. last to raise a body of rangers to come A Young VCoiunn Hurled Aliie at "WooexMexico and epring for. alleged infidelity. Noah had over into "New dstock, Ontario, previously .killed his uncle, ten years prior terminate the Apaches. Baylor has had ll Losdox Ovt , January 11 Letter? have maybe still living tueur ll liie-cviind- fly-whe- k. e e - ." s a fly-wheer -- the-engin- fly-whe- el -- .- lE -i j self-defens- e. great experience as an Indian fighter, and Woodstock, Ont . January Is Recently it is thought that with n couple of hundred a girl named Collins died here, as it was rangers could capture the Apaches, picked supposed, very suddenly. A day or two or bring their scalps in long before the ago reexhumed, army otficers succeeded in getting sight oi them. i. Pronounced a Canard. Pope Decrees a Year of Jubilee. Chicago, III., January 15 Georgo was reported as poisoning four Baltimohe, January 14. J?ope Leo XIII. jwives and had.marricd.tho f ith aud mado lias addressed a letter to all the Patriarchs, an attempt to poison her, but drank tho Primutes, ArchbishqpSi Bishops and other draught himself, by his wjfe exchanging local ordinaries who have the favor and cups of coffee, visited the office of tho communion of the Apostolic See, a copy of Press denying tho tory. which has just reached Baltimore, and will issue JB;said he had nof been in Dakotu for be published in The Pope. decreesofthe that Catholic three years, but had three sons living there, during Mirror. the year 186 a "jubilee be held one of whom was iiamed George, but was Church, like unto the not married, and could not be the person throughout the wholejubilees held since his described as dring. as he had Tecent letters two extraordinary chair of Saint' Peter, the to vfrom there. Hi three sons were living accession beingthe 1ST9 in near'Baltimore, Dakota, where they had a last one large farm. Ai for himself, ho had not .flnarried again, as stated. He acknowledged Earthquake in Central America. having' been on trial for the supposed pois NkwYouk, January 14. Mail advices oningof his two wives, one of whom had died in delerium tremens and one rom from Panama of the 5th instant, contain ' morn-iuhonorably ac8 lieart "disease. He had beenand assarts that the followingr AtIS.- o'clock on thecity of quitted inboth instance", the Spanish of December the prosecution in both cases attempted to Amatilan. a town of five thousand inhabhe will prosecute" itants, sithdtvd twenty five miles south of extort money. for libel Hi this Instance Guatemala, was awakened by frequent which continued all shocks Robbery of a Country. Store.. day until 5:33 p.m. when a very heavy felt, "Vteutowx, Wi.. January 15. The sh;k waa came, and at TfJSH . in., the heavthrowing down many walls country store of II. Moldeuhaner & Son, iest shock already fissured by the earlier and houses mx mile uortheant oT here, was entered shocks. J"Weduesday night ljrs s"l;Tho. presenting cocKetlfive disguised men, A Prefect Assassinated. revolvers at iho head, of Henry 1L Moldeuhaner, living over PaUIs, January 11. The Prefect of the ilhe store, conipelled him to open the safe, Department of Fure was assassinated in a from which they obtained $UM in monej. railway .carriaga.aud his body thrown from Tl.e then i oUbed Mrs Moldenhauer of jier jewelry, ML next stoledr.Iplden- ,- the train while it was in motion. It is suphsner't; team and co'dp off. leaving thi yio- - posed that the motive for the murder was obbery. t x MaDslqtjkediipUafieir bedroom. ' mi " ' flaster Painters A Shame and a Disgrace.' I'lTTSBunon, rA., Januarj-14- . fhe mas--: i old ter pmnUire of thu issued,i clr fror.eu to death. cular tothe painters of the country with a W5n named AVaIh-ifa- s . T aWSTiomeju iewof organizatl9n for tl3 pnrpose of ctjnesdnv-nightThe win-- mutual protection;. Th vtssociation; will . nuns vi inr .jimmin., uuu oven not dictate the prices but 'confine itself to smashed by boys4JUid the place ' was d boycotting manufacturers for alleged to the fury of "the element. The abuses in the.trade,.such'as'the adulterapos tion of paints, the thermometer registered louritcu uegrees and manufacture of suppression of the sale !33 below zero. mixed paints, discount ho vd .to-da- y g He-say- s . a p prior'to its the body was moval to another burial place, when tho horrible dtscoveiy was made that the girl had been buried alive. Her shroud bad leen toru into shreds, her knees were di awn up to her chin, one of her arms was twisted under the head and hci features bore evidence of dreadful torture ' Died at the Age of I25 Years. New Ohlcaxs. January is Marie Au gustine died here Friday at the extraordinary age of Vl'i years She was born in Africa and was brought here when twenty years old. and was sold in the slave market. She paEsed five years in Iberville Parish and 100 years in this city. Thennme of her first owner is unknown, but she belonged in later years to Jules Vivais and tc-Herbert. She had seven children, tho "youngest aud onlv surviving one. who No 410 Bouibon street, being lives at eighty-si- x year old For twenty year? the old woman lived with this daughter, and until last Christmas shcwns in full possSMion of nil her faculties, when she failed suddenly Her body was n mere skeleton. A. eBM bui-glar- To Make Boycotting a Felony. s ". London, Januarj lS. The Queen sent her Private Secretary to Mr Gladstone with a lettei on the Irish situation It is stated that the Government will nt the earliest moment introduce a bill m Parliament makmg boycotting a felony, enlarging Magistrates powers of summary jurisdiction, nnd otherwise strengthening the criminal law. The introduction of this measuro is said to have been decided upon at,the Cabinet coinwil to-da- y to-da- y. MnrileW, rirat Session. of the Vincenne Jull-T- hc DraeKed From lied and Hanged niSnisCT05' Janunry -H- Senate. Mr "to a Tree. rifLpIic.sldedBeck spoke about VixtEXsns, Inu., January 13. Holly,-- f"e'usal',",rc!etlt Petitions lor the ore- .n sllver coinage. Mr. Tehcr UODSon, e f,VlemortaI or ,he Colorado Lejnsla. Kppe, lie 'oul iaur'lerer oi bus expiated his terrible crime atthe ""?ad TSJfni,rfth0.Irc.? co,nSC of silver. Ilya of Mr Morgan, that portion if Judge Lynch, and bis worthless black ? e relating Atdcufs ujessage was r 'arcass hangs suspended in theCourt-housKrar State J?.Jhe. CoP8o Coinmittee on this hour ("J o'clock a. m.). A Korchm yard at 'ne, lei.iiSS M.T; a crowd of masked nf,1!i ar,caU'nKMomll's resolution offered about 12 50 for Information about tbo of unconflrmed Internal Hevenue men. numbering from twenty to thirty,, rJJS1 drRWt"g pay. was amended to carrying sledge hammers and various hriSt0!l9 "JP years, Uieiudebsck and passed. other implement were seen marching like of Geortria. coutlnned the 'silvc.Mr Brown, debate in dlent spectres through the suburbs of .tho fj?X0?' "ntlnucd cotaape. Mr Maxey toi city down Sixth street toward the jail.1, wrTd.'.D.c 6amo ",le Tb0 Judicial salary Tue masks were nothing more than bandana-w"taknupand debated until 5 p. ml, b.tndkerchiefs, but each face was so care- - wnen the Senate adjourned until Monday fully covered that identification was; fkJ?c?.E.""Mr- - DinS'ey. from the Shipping impossible They marched steadily and eei rePrled a resolution directing silently down Seminary street, then down h? 10 n anv. leirts. ution iii yard - r,l,.aM Mill promote lnauire wnai. of the Araer Seventh, and reached the the mtcresis . . . .. k.1. employed in thp Oshenes. and to nue ueie tbev saw two policemen. Tlie leaaer iJV' of tU rvnr nnn.l.A1 Uaca nrI..:l I (T.V TCPOrt DV """' or otnerwisc. lHant1 nitnnes of the peace aud welfare of tu. inumberof otieruntroportant resolutlonswerc community, and peremptorllv. ordered ZKf.1'1" - A )fDili w"s passed Proviqinjr that the Court ol Chiro fr shall bear hoYiieTho inem to date ol nearexl as suddenly as fTh inagu "prascctRtlonfoi pajment. The r residential tioning masked sentinels at each corner of. gucccnamu uui u; ikkcii up anu acuaieo. tho jail yard, the greater part of the gang Mr. McKinley savt- notice of a substitu-- he enierou tue jan yarn ana wanted stealthily would offer Friday nicht sessions were orup toward the portico of the Sheriffs resi- dered for the consideration of pension bills. dence. Not a sound could be heard The Washington. January 15 cenate Not in lynchers stood back, while the lender cession. knocked on the door Sheriff Seddleiayer House A proposition to adow discharged came to the door, but would not open it employes one month's extra pay was defeated After parleying with him for some time, The Presidential succession oifl was taken up one of tho crowd struck the pine door with nnd discussed At 3.30 p. m Ca dwell iTenn i a large sledge bammei In two or three demanded the previous question, which was on hard hits the door was smashed to splin- nrdeted. US to U5 A vote vas takenrejection substitute in ters and literally knocked off its hinges. by a party vote. 10 resulting Theits was 117 to bi'l Entering the lialluay, the lynching passed as it from party stiuck a light, rushed into yeas. tlKi. nay8. 77. tame5 55 p. m the Senate: At the House the parlor, grubled Sheriff Seddlemyer adjourned. him in an adjoining room, and pushed Washington January 13. Senate Mr slnmmed the do r in his face, and gruffly Sherman resumed ;the thair A number of ordered him to keep quiet and stay In his petitions were presented Senator Cullom's room at his own peril. The h nchers made report on commerce was for tho huge iron doors ami commenced ted, together with h bill Five thousand submitcopies their work of battering them down. This was the most difficult tiart of the whole of th" report awere ordered printed Mr. offered resolution d'rcctiiiir the Sec perfoimance. and fully half an hour rotary of thcTrcaS' ry to report what proportelapsed before they succe'dded in loosening U S bonds ""lO.OOH.iifiO the locks enough to admit them. They ion of thebeid bv National banks, recently t called are had come piepured. aud really gainod an oer Mr Krjc offered a lesolution. it"which entrance before those outside anticipated. went oer declaring- that the commission to They entered the inclosure, soon got into adjust the fisheries question which is in the President's messace, ought EppV cell, and grabbed tho black fiend by Mr his wooly h"ad, and unceremoniously not to be provided for by Congres EuFtis then the silver jerked him from his bed The black wretch rjiestion Aaddressed the Senate on Harris to yelled and- how led like a mutiinc at first admit Hon. J rc button ofofSenatoi C to srbt of the strong men who had come si- tioor durmu the Moody was! DnSota. to tho objected to by bin life, but a slap in the mouth take Mr Mr Cockreil Voorhccs precnted lenced him. and as tliov dragged him into memorials for the ndmission of Montana as a the gaslight in the hallway of the jail it State. Tut judicial salary bill au passed, see mini 'almost certain that ho had turned Blvinp V S. D.tnct Court Judges I '..000 a white. They maiched him out into the year. The blii prondius for the Presidential street, tied a rope around his neck, and ccunt wns'ca.led up by Mr Hoar. At ti the Senate went into executive session, and at 5 jerked luni along on the ice and snow, him to walk on his frozen feet, un- o'clock adjourned without making confirmatil they reached the Courthouse yard, a tion was House few yards off Here they entered, and to Elections Mr. Springer was in the chair toTho sit the nearest tree thev went and threw the dur.nc the Comnutee On the authorized States elons rope over . strolig lunb. and jeiked tho lot the introduction ot bill? tall of the and resolutions. murdeier up with a ' yo he." where 5W biliS were introduced, anions wh.ch are between suspended he was earth the follow. np. To rrovide for the inspection and sky. Fpps kicked and squirmed, of live stock, hoc products, and dressed nnd ' grablu'jt hold of the rope meats To provide for a uniform ba'lot box oily above him. bttt the lynchers knocked his OrantiCK a pension to Mrs Melkleham Jcffer-fosiumtdauytiter bands awav. and would not let him relieve auivlviugrepeal all internal ot Thomas Tor revenue taxes on himself fls groans were terrible to hear, domfjtie tobacco. To reduce the tee for and shocked the spectnrors beond meas- money orders tor ?um not exceeding ure. At 1 :15 a m L"pps w as pulled up. and t5 For the adms.nn .of Montana for fully fifteeir minutes he struggled for as a State To extend tlsirbeneflt of 'bo life, when death came to his relief He was pension laws lo wnrtny ipphcants for penstrangled, aud as he hangs now tho sions win. seived in the iate war. and their Courthouse ard he presents a frightful wid'iKs "r minor children who are unable uodet spectacle of tue vengeance of Judge Lynch. required Tisfns Jaw n furnish the evidence to connect their disabilities with the Ben ice T t luo'iraire t he American marine employed ! the inherits. Conlerrlns the A Boy Shcots His Father for His Mother. A W G reel v. rank l Colonel Uenkilttv. Tea . January' IT William To primie the on Lieutenantthe artillery of efficiency of V S army Taylor went home drunk and began to the It creates twelve additional a salarv of I.captan in raise a disturbance He grabbed hn wife TIM and tes UW) that service atand reduces f to $1 per annum, by the head and, seizing n pair of scissor CP urtten the Lieutenants In a rejjiraentl To swore he was going to kill her termination and extinguishHllHIOt ide i. Stbpatents er l M pat), that don't go." said his little i he pulled down a lUill 1141C U11U DUUt IHU UiU uini'i IU rrccuecy mat miccts nuaom. entering tho left breast, glancing out f London Life.") right breast, making a pretty st V lety nt St. Petersburg isjustnow much wound. In a scuffle over the gun it discharged, striking Mr lavlors gr um-u- - .Mpied with the revival of a very curious daughter on tho leg. inflicting a flesv 6torv About three years ago there was a wound The boy has been arrested spiritualistic seance at the Officers' Club in thateitv nt which the spirit of a famous A Centennarian Frozen to Death. departed General was called up. and prophButNEstiLLE. Ci, January 17 Joseph esied, among other things.that there would O'Neil. the oldest citizen of this section, be a great war in 1sj, in which Russia aged 107 years, was frozen to death under would take a leading part. As the ghost distressing circumstances. O'Neil was a of the deceased warrior mentioned among negro, with over "A)0 descendants living the names of officers who would greatly With one of his survivmound war ing sons he lived near the city. distinguish themselves in the even not When tho blizzard came the old man was those of some men who did was looked compelled to tako up hts quarters in an figure in the army list, the affair more was abandoned potato house, wuero he was upon as ofa joke, and uotbing it But, by a strange coincifound dead. As the facts became known thought great excitement was created among the dence, amongst recent appointments to the negroes, who openly threatened summary rank of commissioned officers, tho very names appear which the spirit bad foretold, vengeance upon the heartless son. the bearers being young men of no family who have risen from the ranks. As there Goes Home. The Unruly Chilian is no country in the world where superstiWashington. January 17 Senor Don tion is carried to such an extent aas in Russia, sensation has Manuel del Cumpo, Secretary of the Chilian the incident very caued quite at the comstrange if It would bo Legation, who has figured rather noto- mencement of the year list) we should see riously in Washington for several months Russia drawn into a war with Austria ns a past owing to his unruly conduct, left the result of the struggle between Servia and city Inst week for his home, in Valparaiso Bulgaria His .departure was known to but a few of his friends. He was not recalled by his Bulgarian Stolidity. Go eminent, but his people having head of bis unbecoming actions, are said to have "It is altogether remarkable," writes a insisted upon bis leturninghome. war correspondent, "how patiently tho Bul... garians bear their hardships, and with whnt Death of Miss Bayard. business-likdevotion they execute orders Washington, JanunrT 17. Miss Kathawhich impose upon them the utmost perrine Lee Bayard eldest daughter of the sonal sacrifice Foreigners fresh to the Secretary of State, died suddenly yestercountry are amazed at the quiet way in day afternoon, of supposed heart disease which the Bulgarians take the news aliko The remains w ill be taken to Wilmington, of reverses and victories. They were not afternoon, where her cast down bv tho disastrous news from the Del., funeral will take place on Tuesday Hei frontier in the early davs of the campaign, remains will be interred in the old. Swede nor unduly elated when the tide of fortune s Church vard there, where the father aud turned in their favor. They ure mother of the Secretary and several of his soldiers, and this was uever shown better children are buried. than since the cessation of hostilities ' - g i HOLLY EPPSLYNCH-3pj.. !.."' riaarir :iiai(pii aino nailer s.. o XLIXTH CONGEESS. - - - 1 sus-if?.- f"er o t, iiilh.0 Court-hous- " e A - .' Notwithstanding the Gloomy Prognostications of the Republicans the Democracy lias Not HulBiI the Country. ' There is hardly any good Repubyears, and the quality is equally excep1884, lican, who voted for Blaine Burley tobaccos tional for inferiority have had a steady and liberal demand, aud who may notdo something for his own competition a mo rig buyers is more active. political education by giving a portion The following table shows the price of each of whatever time he sets apart for med. leading type of 1SS5 tobacco: itation at the beginning of the new llurlt'j. Darfcrtrul 7ji IJ2&2. 4 . 'H 003 4 50 year to the consideration of the fears Trash 4 4 2K 4 75 5 23 Common lugs. 4 50Q 4 75 5 25ft 6 00 about his country from which the exMedium lass 6 00ft 7 00 5 005 aiO Good tnjr9 6 ooa oso perience ofsl854ua3 delivered him. 5 COft 5 73 Common leaf know 6 00ft M Medium leaf. 7iSa 8 50 There were intelligent nieii-- fo 7SO& 850 Good leaf toaii 75 many of them ourselves personally 13 00C15 00 9 00(310 50 Selections....... ago that the who thought" election ofSr Democrat to the PresiProceedings of the Legislature. Frankfort, January P. Senate. The dency wooW produce some terrible thermometer marked 10 below zero this financial dibter so great as to threaten morning, which bad a chilling effect on legiscan recall one lators in both bouses, and but Utile was done social order.vWe in either. Tho Senate concurred In a Houee wealthy aui.stirWpthc and prominent resolution relalftig to an Inmiiry made of the Republicanwho.-pefeiJPewith much public printer, asking for a detailed statement of ihe amount of roonev receive 1 by him from solemnity i Novgeiber, 1881, that in ho gtato forr-- i .jJona. t&cnatar I. II. one yoay frrt'iVhatT, date workfiigmen I.ouMWllf Leaf Tobacco Market. Dark and heavy tobaccos are coming for" ward in larger quantities than for many . 9-- THE COMMONWEALTH. STILL ALIVE. PATRIOTIC WISDOM.-- President Cleveland's Correspqndenca with n Jfjember of the Grand Army of the Be"--' public. Elsewhere appears an interesting correspondence between the President and General Ross, an officer of the Grand Army and the publisher of the Maryland Veteran, a journal which, zealously looks after the rights and General needs of the old soldiers. Ross believed that injustice had been done in the dropping of a member of the Grand Army in the course of retrenchment and lessening the forco He, in tho Baltimore Custom Hou-e- - onear d - niter-Stal- e s wi-n- - rccotn-isende- d - su-si- Smith iiM bat leave bill torsp-pofnt a Revenue Commissioner. Senator Burnt tt offered a Joint resolution to elect a Librarian and Public Printer and Umderon Thursday, which was adopted. Mr. Thorn has presented a bill to repeal the law for the protection and propagation of food Oshes. House There was barely a quorum present. Speaker Offutt's bill calling for a constitutional convention came up in the House and there is likely to be considerable discussion over It Mr. Richardson Introduced a bill to day to aid in the assessment of property It has fourteen sections. It provides that the County Court of each county shall, at its last sog'lon In tbo present year and every four years thereafter, appoint as As. sessors two citizens from each Magisterial District, who shall each be paid two dollars per day for their services whilo employed. Their terms of office shall be four years. They are to convene on the second Monday In December at the voting places In their districts and examine transfers of all real and personal property that have boen made and entered on record In the Clerk's office from their respective districts. They shall take a schedule of all this property, and adopt prices realized at the transfers as the valuation of that property, for tho purpose of taxation They shall also make an examination of the tax books, and correct any errors they may find from their respective districts. Tho enforcement of thefe duties Is provided for by heavj- - Ones for their omission. Tho bill was referred to the Committee on Revenue and Taxation PKAMtrOHT, January 11 Senate Nothing of Importance whatever was donein tbeSen-at- e to-da- y pro-proslto-da- accordingly, very properly addressed -the President on the matter, uja 0-' wonder that Mr. Cleveland's predecei sors were not similarly admonishJd ,by , V- the heads of the Grand ArmvfArwe notice in General Ross'ftecon letter 2f& complaint mat "the statutes made unl niovided in ouriiUep;iUfihxftljcenab 'hJJep" 1 com-pellii- v n 1 i IIousk. Mr. Ncale offered a resolution, directing that a committee be appointed to inquire into and report to Ihe House what power the General Assembly has to change tho present system of assessment of.proper-tby devolving that duty or power on two or more persons; or. In other words, to report whether the office of Assessor Is a constitutional office in a sense that deprives the Assembly' or the power to authorize more than one person loench county to assess property. Adopted Mr Gorin offered u joint resolution "ihat the Commissioners of the peniten tlary and the Warden thereof be requested to report to this body whether or not the tawlu respecfto providing and furnishing convicts- - upon their discharge or release from the penitentiary with a suit of new clothes Is compiled with, and how, and whether the same has been complied and how." during the lease of said convicts to Mason Co" Lies over one day , Januury 12. Tho only thing done by the Legislature of any moment was the passajr' by the House of the Off utt bill to call a constitutional convention by a method. avoiding the obstacles Intentionally placed In the present Constitution by its mukers FiitMcrnitT, January; lit. Senate. Iu tits Senate a larjre number of bills of minor Importance wore introduced The bill to stamp was then taken upand out discussed until adjournment without any result haing Aecn reached y Fiia-koiu- i newly-devise- d pleuro-pncumonl- a . fKi m - m e Thome, of Henry, is tho most Important: Whereas, The custom of buy in? and selling for future delivery, on what is known as mar- d gins in friiRrinary speculations iu gold, stocks, bonds, pork, grain, cotton and other articles of importance, has grown to be one of the most demoralizing evilsof the country, thereby making defaulters and exiles of some ol the best business men in tho land, and under the guise or respectability In commercial circle, the youth of the country are belnff demoralized by this legalized nut hod of gambling; therefore, be It enacted by tho General Assembly of the Commonwealth ot Kentucky, that it shall be unlawful for any person .or persons to set up or establish any bouse to keep for himself or another any business placo in which (fold, stocks, bonds and other articles for alo. of commerce are offered bucket-shop- , or sold on in this the maririn, known as a State, under the penalty of Jl.WW, to be reany court having covered by Indictment in proper Jurisdiction In this State That it shall be unlawful for any person or persons in this State to sell or offer to sell any stock, bonds, produce, grain or other articlee of commerce for future delivery upon the system known as "margin," without be has in his possession at the time the thing sold and it Is within his power and he docs deliver the article sold at the time of sale. That any person or persons who shall offer for sale forfuture delivery or sell any of the aforesaid articles of commerce, or trade on margin without au actual delivery at the time of sale within this State, shall upon indictment and conviction thereof heflned not less thantl.DOO nor more thanS2,50Q for each offense That every contract, conveyance, or assessment for the' consideration, in wholoorin part, of money or other thing sold on margin, loaned, or advanced for the purpose of speculation in futures on margin to n person then actually engaged in selling on margins shall be void That any speculator who shall lose money In any bucket-shoor marginal establishment, be or his creditors may have recovery and relief.in chancery. Fhakkfokt, Ky., January 14 Senate. The Senate continued the discussiou of the bill, without reaching a rait-roHp pleuro-pitcumon- HoysE. Fitty-twbills were presented lo-o?vge3c,r'a,i WfTrStrWPxfliiBWBR "Ay1 Ftt o m tilhfeeity t 'flf Dl'blin, j, ., Ic3iaWt-r,-lAkkku . - . Fatal Snowslide. Denver, Col.. January 17. The Ouray (Col ) special says: Ruby Trust's cabin, on Mount Sneffle, was carried awuy this morning by a A relief party burying six men was immediately formed and the victims soon recovered. Martin Pearson and Andy Peterson were found dead, and the other four weie badly injured. Tribune-llepublican't snow-slid- e, city-hav- e nn-rl- il ' . ex-e- Two Young Ladles Robbed of Their Hair. LoNttoN. January lb Mc. ytesd. editor Of the J'(tll Mall Gazette who in November ti ,i Detroit January 17. The Tribune's East Saginaw special gives au account of a was sentenced to three 'months Imprison ment for his connection with the KUza.l strange robbery that occurred at that Armstrong abduction case, was released place last night. Two daughters of Henry "Mr Stead is well and from prison P Foulger awoke to fiud that during their will speak nt a meeting of bis sleep some one hnd entered their room and TTia f iiAit t and (.I'm iinijtivAi tii II then cutoff their long hair. Nothing else was To-da- Editor Stead Released. . , take a fortnight's holiday. n taken. I" A Cave-iThat Came at a Goad Time. Asuland, P., January IS. A cave-iA Jilted Lover Suicides. ctw occurred at the .!)!''!'' slohu E completelj'closing Tunnell colliery AsTdie Coktdon, hiD.t January tho fanrways. Jbrpt Denttch, a wealthy farmer four miles east miners had not entered the mine at the vjeported to J'&radslroetV during the past of Corydon, committed suicide yesterday time no one was injured. It will take four week was HTJt, against V iu tho first week evening by-- taking poison. Ho bad been nionths to 'repair tho' damage. Over 300 on?3,445 in tbelseconcfwcek of fej, ail jilted Jjy;a Louisville lady. men are thrown outoj employment. i . n to-da,1-- . .1,. j--'Tne Business Faiicres. Yokih January total num- business failuiej in,tlie United States' on glass, etc. I Seat to be Contested. Washington, January 17. The seat in Congress held by General Weaver, of Iowa, Govwill be contested by ernor Campbell, on the ground of illegal voting which gave Weaver his majority of 67. ... Nine Hours a Day for Bricklayers. St. Louis, January 11. The National Bricklayers' and Masons' Association adjourned last night, to meet a year hence in Washington, D. C. Tho matter of eight hours a day for a day's work was the sub ject of long discussions during the sessions, and a compromise was finally effected by May. f whose elopement on November with the wife of General Richard Brooke created so much excitement in tho fashionable circles ! uh'afcibecn mulcted in the sum of 15,05 In the ,nJuiJ brought against him. Colt or Bushe's Fun. January 15. Mr. Seymour jBae71the ioung barrister of, rlunster i Requirements of the Customs Service. Washington, January" The number of-- employes re quired inthe custopis "service the next fiscal year is estimated at "4.026V and the total expert of collection at $i),50I,5S3 The persons employed during the year ended June 30, 1SS5, numbered 4.527, and the expense of collection wai i House. House filibustered all day over a .bill rcpcalmg au act for tbo better protection or food fish. It will finally he passed, if tho present signs Indicate anything. The only actual business In tho House was as follows: Mr. William Head offered the tollowing: "Resolved, by the House of Representatives. That Barnum Captures "Alice." tho Committee on Propositions and Grievances aro hereby requested and inMr. Barnum has been for some time structed to investigate and Inquire into negotiating with the directors of the Lon- tho expediency and propriety ot requiring all railroads in this Commonwealth don Roynl Zoological Gardens for rho purto erect suitable fencing nlong and on each chase of Alice, the late Jumbo's nssociate, side of their respective roads, In this and to construct proper crossings or "wife,"' ns tho English people seemed to aud that they report by hill, and cattle-gapconsider her, nnd he has finally succeeded or otherwise, as early as possible." Mr. Alice was the constant companion of JumDickerson offered the following amendment: bo for many years, and showed much dis"The committee shall investigate the matter tress when separated from he.- - big spouse of individuals who have been compensated She is exceptionally large, and is docile, affor fences by the railroad companies. Propofectionate nnd playful, and particojarly at sitions and Grievances. The resolution and' tracted towaru cuiioren. uer arrival is amendment were referred to the Committee expected early in March in timo for the on Railroads. opening of the Barnum and London show Fkankfoht, Jauuary 13.a Senate. discontinued the cussion and finally referred the whole matter Improving Drinking Water. to the Committee on Public Health, with instructions to report the same back to the SenA new plan for improving the quality of ate aext Tuesday. The Senate met in epecial drinking water is under consideration by session to consider. the Offutt constitho Water Board of Boston. It is proposed tutional convention bill. After considerable pro and con a vote was taken on an to build an open conduit, a mile or more in debate amendment offered by Senator Bowles, which length, from the outlet of the water sys- .gives Assessors the power of registration. Tho tem, in which large rough bowlders are to amendment waa lost by a vote ot to 7. The be placed Tho water, rushing swiftly over original bill was put to a vote, and passed by ana between those rocks, will be so agita- 25 to 7. House. The House passed tho bill repealted, it is thought, as to do away with that fishes In impurity which depends upon partial ing the act for the protection of food daily sethis Commonwealth, Introduced the stagnation ries of resolutions and adlourncd. m first-class, plcuro-pncuraoulm m vote. The-Senat- e li 0,91S,221. tffKi!Hii Every White Man They Meet. JalLVEK. Citi N. M.. Januarj- - 15. The Apeke4iaT kiJIed'John HndVon, n prom- intRrTawiHjwner.end Ills' hired, man, -- WiUranx-Malone, Arizona. Tho in rja-teru -- ,4J Hd: to I ' ltiing-- every twhitvjroan ' y -- " Ja4i4KifirtdttrIje'm tlcvayto "Uin K.'elly'.SIowV J Slnkinr. John Kelly the weilnown politician, was very ueart? J5iii"l ekrjy pkrt of ihis weic, but now little better. He is a verj; sick niau, however, and it is hardly possible that he sjowiy. .sinking from .f.rCQver..,He-.is"Aftrvpas prostration", and is not like Iv to lirrtea days. New York, ,f Mexi- - f w h they The Cold-en' Reetrd at Mobile. Mobile, An., January'14, This has been the severest spell of alalia evcrexpe- iicLV,cuamuij imscoasi. It uas couiiuueu, wituyery littlejnodeiition, since Friday classes. morning, jtionmyxrtfg- tjle coldest day ever recoruea here. Tie weather is some- st - medical examiner that on an average be has ten cases a year of babies starved to death. He had one last week of a child djing suddenly. Investigation showed that it had Veen fed on a patent food, and the doctor says it died of starvation. It is the ignorance of the parents, he sa's, which is at the bottom of the trouble. That particular kind of ignorance seems to prevail rather more extensively than the poorer among the A New Haven 3Yj well-to-d- o There is an air of decat about Miscellaneous Itema. Pckin which extends even to it3 temples. The number of its population is At Louisville the jury incthe case of not accurately known, but, according 'Enoch Cook,charged with killing James Prewitt, sentenced tho prisoner to two to a Chinese estimate, which is probably ui excess, it is 1,300,000, of whom 0 000,000 reside in the Tartar, and in the Chinese city. There is no 400,-00- the acceptance of nine hours for a day's work, and this rule is to go into effect throughout tho country on the 1st of next . Bostotb-llcral- d. Death of a Mexican Veteran. Louisville, Januaiy 17. Gen. Wni; Howard Irwin, a captain in the Mexican wai- - direct foreign trade with Pekin, and the small population is made up of the members of the various legations, the maritime customers, the professors at the.colltfgc and the missionary body. An octillion 'is 1,000,000,000,000,-' Cotopaxi Believed,.!? j 4 e in Eruption; -- if Vfttt em- disturbances have"6edrwilhtn the last few day's. There ave been at different placcs.sb.ow era of eartaiand. ashes, accompanied by loud rumblings. The Cotopaxi volcano;! supposed tabe in eruption. The real state of the rnofctain is unknown, owing to the interrupUon of the Government, telegraph. ,Bftt shocks of earthquake have also beeofijJL. to lie a Cowboy. J5WMk LewiSToy, Me., , Januaiy 15. Charles Pittsburgh's BnlIBiHfi (,e of Granite. T;,jjjjjjm.'9..j: ' a'i( t is .. WAsniNnTO.v, Janiafy 14. The Secretary one oi moivvo ooys that robbed "a j'M HhOO, , led West to become cow of the IVeasury hagwlljed the long pendcontroversy tt3N,,,Wf wre arrest d in Chicago, was ingbe used the in regard to the materialin coBsarnction of the Gottemiaat to Lewlktcn aha taken to Liver- - to cinuicm rat Pittsburgh. Pa., uv to J&ffK tilt"' .Tfc Barker boy ecivped atructic ff uuuuinSajMcriiing Architect lu Yc,'k, nni ua noi avai-- tiBe the ' SmmMT contrast It ftt loV?t rwnocilblt January 15. There is-- patientin a Scotch infirm- from a painful disease fin which .ewiry person who uses a cane uess. diedhere Moody to-da- y after a lingering ill- - 'ary sullenng f - , -- iff ta. ' s i!wi isr nrziwaai me State recently purchased an octillionth part of an acre of mineral land. His" e evangelist, preached at the d brought on by the, pressure of a purchase was so small that, like many Church to very large audiences. stick against the palm; in jnis another mining investment, the purof meet case it has affected the muscles from Mr. Moody will conduct a series the chaser was unable to find what he had ings at this church, lasting throughout the lingers to above tho wrist. A speedy week. Two services will be held each 9y-on- e paid for, even with the aid of a Chicurjo Journal. cure is not probable. The. surgeons say for women in the afteruoou and one be that a stick with a handle, instead of a for men in the evening. Admission canhas Condemned murderer (to keeper) demand knolj on which the palm must press, is had by tickets only, and thesupply. rom already nearly exhausted the How is it that that feller in the next the thing to carry. here the evangelist will go toKuoxville, cell gits all the llowers an' fruits an' New Orleans. Nashville and presents an' I don't git nothin' at weighs 2 pounds and A .pear-tha- t all? I'm to be hanged just the same as War UDon the French Clergy. .measures MJ'inthes the short way pa. he is. Keeper That's all right, Forty. Pahis, January 17. The Monarchist round and 18J inches the long way has You only killed one man. Number peri denounce tha Government'! been picked In ShMtft Countyi 01. Forty.one tutchered whole family. a op Hon reaardlng the clerfry ucsa tn elr7 aaa chutb round-kuobueto-da- at Work in Chicago. Chicago,. January 17. D. L. Moody, the y Chicago-avenu- 000, 000, 000, 000, oofj; 000. 000. 000, A man in Now York micro-fccop- e. m ""' f i 'years in the penitentiary. Cook .aud Prewitt quarreled last July, and Prewitt was kicked and beaten to death. . Judge Coopek, in the Montgomery Circuit Court, has rendered a decision which nullifies the claim that local option legally prevailed there. Tho saloon men are, for the time being, winners, but the tempers. ance party irill appeal the cases. Elias TnosiAssoN, Louisville, aged expired instantly, while warming at a business house fire. ApoplexyThe claim of C. M. Briggs, of Louisville, for $90,000 worth of cotton captured during ;he war was referred to Captain W. J.Stone, of this SU.te,- - as & He examined the claim carefully, aud re. ported the case favorably. His report was adopted by the committee and has been submitted to the House. Aunt Rose, colored, living at Evan Lloyd's, Maysville, went to sleep while sitting in front of the fire the other night. Her clothing caught fire and she was burned to death. Last year 138 newly married couples stopped at Aletaadtr't Hotel: Louisville. e IDC be knocVinn.ilmvn nnd rnlibinrr tln l':lomes irnrttllcd o in the feVcets of this city, with- cient and honorable men, who navo out interference frori the police. We been driven there because their physknow of another whojn a fit of mingled ical disabilities are of a character that rage and despair offeied to sell his se- prevents them from battling; with tho world in business competition with curities at fiftv cents oti the dollar. All through the country districts, those who were well housed and fed particularly in New England, there during four years of what was to us rested on the souls of Republican men, exposure anil privations." This could scarcely be the case if and particularly oil the souls of RepubRepublican predecessors lican women, the shadow ol a great bad been careful to do what tlie laws fear, with which the Republican orators and journalists had for many years required and what their party so con- , filled the air. The old gentleman who tinuously promised to do for the "veto-predicted the great robberies and the runs of the Union. These will read gentleman who offered to sell his prop- with pleasure General Ross' statement' erty at half price, had in their mind's that Mr. Cleveland has given "patient eye a general closing of the factories hearing to every petition sent him, and drought about by somo mysterious prompt action in many deserving move of a Democratic Administration, cases". "I have adopted the theory," Mr. the exact nature of which they had Cleveland writes, "that the spirit of probably never thought out for themselves. The bulk of the part- - was in the law requires that the same preference should be applied to the retention fact in that most melancholy of all sitof soldiers when a reduction is necesuations in which thu citizens of a free sary as to their appointment." And democratic country can find himself a situation in which he sees at every ho adds: "It is well that associations election all that he holds dear put in should exist such as you representor-gaifize- d for tho purposu of protecting imminent peril, in which the question is not Arhich of two parties will best aud enforcing the right administer the Government, but wheth- teed by law. 1'he statute is based upon; er the Government itself will hist more justice and a proper and generous ap-preciation of the "Services of those-whthan three months. The result was that Republicans wont risked their lives for the safety of their to the polls and mounted the stump in country in her time of need. The let- the alarmed, if not desperate and reck- ter and spirit of its provisions should less frame of mind, of men whofeelthat be fairly aud in good faith observed." But the soldiers will not complain they are on the eve of a battle which will dispose of both life and fortune. A when the President adds that fitness for long .succession of political contests duties must also be considered; for tho conducted under such conditions would law made for their protection and in of course in the end have proved fatal their .interest by a Republican Cou1 to constitutional government. Men gress declares this in explicit wordsi "Persons honorably dislong tormented by such fears finally It readscharged from the Military or Naval become ready for am refuge from them Service by reason of disability resulting even despotism itself. The deliverof the country from this hideous from wounds or sickness incurred in ance nightmare during the past year U, we the line of duty shall be preferred for do not hesitate to say, a blessing only appointments to civil offices, provided thev are found to possess the businusS second in importance to the suppression of the rebellion, and hardly less neces- capacity necessary for the proper dissary to the safety, honor and welfare charge of the duties of such offices." do Hence the President adds: "I of the Nation. For it all Americans, of all parties, ought at the opening of not suppose you claim that this preferthe new year to be profoundly thank- ence should by carried so far as to reinful. It means at last real peace and tain those who arc unworthy or quoto ' efficient. The law which 3'oti a.. !a !m at .1 :uaS.. jaxuiiuiy is me deliverance from the ooutliern' bug- pair the public service, but to secure the recognition in ptiDiic employment, bear, which also the past 3'ear has witby a pre? erenco in selections, of such of nessed. Nothing but actual experimenment would have sufficed to destroy the disfcliargad soldiers and sailors and tioned in the statute as could the old tradition of the slavery period would furnish faithful and efficient that tho Southern people had interests " That, it seems to us, every different from or opposed to those of work honorable veteran will agroe to. N". Y. tho North. There was in the Republican party a widespread belief that if Herald. they got into power, or if a President FULFILLED HIS PROMISE. were elected by means of their vote, Cleveland's Official Conduct "some manner, take imthey would in Vleueil In the Light of 111 Letter of mense sums of money out of tho TreasAcceptance. ury one estimate of tho amount was If the policy indicsted in the letter S3,000,000,000 and divide it among themselves, partly as compensation for should be followed out for the ensuing the emancipated slaves and partly as, four years tho people's moral vision compensation for other damage sus- would bo so cleared, tho political attained during tho Avar. How they would gel hold of this money, how they mosphere so purified, that Blaineism would persuade people to lend it to the would stand forth in all its deformity, United States, if it were not to be se- and, like other vices, to be shunned cured by taxation, and how they would would need but to be seen. The other manage to have the taxation borne by read in the clear and uncompromising the North exclusively and not by the utterances an intentional and concluSouth, was never explained, and prob- sive repudiation of the cardinal tenetof ably few people ever asked themselves. its Deniocrac-- . "To the victors beThe phrase, "the Confederacy again in long the spoils" was met b- - Mr. Clevethe saddle," was in fact considered a land with the deliberate and emphatic sufficient answer to all cynical dedeclaration that "efficiency, fitness mands for minute, particulars. and devotion to public duty" were hi3 Moreover although it was the pride conditions, not alone of appointment and boast of the Republican party that to, but of " continuance in public the war had destroyed slavery, and al- places." though it was a cardinal article in the How well ho has fulfilled the promise Republican creed that it was slavery of his letter the following facts and which made the South hostile.to the figures will help to showi Including Union, nevertheless until last year the foreign ministers, consuls, Judges, fact that slavery was. really dead was heads of bureaus and principal never thoroughly brought home to the subordinates in the departments, colminds of the voters. Very much like lectors of customs and revenue the man who still feels pains in the leg marshals, important postmasters, Inhe has lost bv amputation, the party dian agents and other officials within still felt the p'angs of the old South in the appointment of the President and their bones, and nothinc but a Demo requiring confirmation by the Senato, cratic triumph would ever have relieved there are about four thousand offices to them. In the imagination of multi- be filled. It is within bounds to say tudes, the Yance.vs, the Rhetts, the that had the election in New York Brookscs, and all the other State been reversed by a few hundred were still brandishing their plantation votes s of these places would whips, and preaching the degradation at the present moment bo, filled by Mr. of labor, and threatening dissolution Blaine's adherents substituted for Mr. for tho sake of the peculiar institution. Arthur's or Mr. Garfield's appointdes." Cleveland's election may be said to President Cleveland lias removed just have banished all these phantoms from six hundred and forty-thre- e of the inthe Northern brain. N. T. Foil. cumbents under the "former Administration. There arc nearly fifty thouA Fooiish "Fling". postmasterships; sand fourth-clas- s Never before in history, it may be filled, as a rule, on purely partisan safely said, did the.conqnered oven in a grounds and for the pnrpose of putting m place "those who arc in political accivil war administer upon the rewards cord with tho appointing power", . paid for the services of tho conquerors. Cleveland mildly phrased it in his This unique spectacle is afforded by the letter. Of these only seven thousand presence of Secretary Lamar at the have been removed. These are the figures, and eloquent head of the Department of the Interior, and conseqently the arbitrator of Union as they arc of themselves there are pensions. Never before in history did some facts whose mere recital add em- hasis to them. It is a fact that Mn, the conquered speak with enthusiasm leveland has not hesitated to admit of these rewards paid to the men who conquered him; or declare that they that some of his relatively few appointmight well be greater, and that they ments have boen bad; but it is also a were the most sacred obligations of the fact that ho has done what could be Nation. Never before in" history was to remedy such mistakes even to the extent of" summary removal. It is, a so frank and generous a sentiment disfact that he has disarmed au adverse and mutilated by political optorted ponents who never shed anything more Senate by his frankness and honesty of purpose and action. The threats with terrible than ink. in such a conquest. This has been done by some of the which we were regaled of Tefusal to Renuolican orirans. one of which says confirm have vanished into thin air. It of this defense of the pension system is a fact that a Democratic President that "it glows has not only allowed JRepublicans tore-maby an in office, but that ho has refused with all the ardor of an enthusiast who tendered resfgnations, and even reap-- ; ivould like to sec it extended to the fellows who foujxht on the other aide". pointed a. Republican on the .solo 'There-i- s not a hne or a word or a hint. grounds of "fitness, efficiency and dein SecreLiry Lamar's report, suggest- votion to public duty". It is by these facts and figures that ing that he wishes pensions extended reform in to "the fellows who fought on the other the progress of side". He knows too well if the Phil- to be measured. Its wannest friends, adelphia Pre??, the author of these could not have expected as much words, does not that even if he did as has been accomplished within the wish it the Constitution absolutely for- last eight mouths. They have, cause for rejoicing that there yet remains so. bids it Detroit Free Press. long a period of President Cleveland's' ' The King of Siam is eager to conterm of office Chicaqo Ketcs. ' capital with the Chinese fronnect his "It is the modest man in the restier bv rail, aud has promised to build if the Indian Government will taurant who gets the bad oyster," rea road build road through Burmah to meet marks a Philadelphia caterer. In other ayattm at the frontier. work j, to the viotim go tb apoU the well-to-dthus-guaran-- ions disreeanledha1r'bur ithmTMteffi;jK3ii1(ta 'soldiers-?- - y.Sr?-- . x & Only-onocgrerij- iis & lire-eate- rs nine-tenth- as-Mr- . . in Civil-Servi- ce m 1 Ii"' a m: WL i ' ' fcr, "j -- ST - . ,j - ' , H J1 ff , i WBBfaejjMMMjMBiiy-'-Ijyii- " Sfc-t- . gafcs&-.- . fc- -aw SSSSfl3ea 27K : - '- -, "iP7 tW: - F TAMIAGJS'S 5"he SERMON. First of a Series of Discourses on the :!Iarriaffe Rlnff." Men Who The Choice of Ham XajKUfht to Marry Moral and i "" Siiiritftal Deautr More DealrattU Jg ' ,..""theMere Physical. f & -- - i3 k lr l? u l & $ - ill-- i The worst predicament possible is to bo unhappily yoked together. You see it is impossible to break the yoke. The more you pull apart the more galling the yoke. The minister might bring you up again, and in your presence read the marriage ceremony backward, might put you on the opposite side of the altar from where you were when you were united, might take the ring off of the finger, might rend the wedding veil asunder, might tear out the marriago leaf from the family Bible record; but all that would fail to u n marry you. It is better not to make the mistake than to attempt its correction. But men and women do not reveal all their characteristics till after their marriage, and how-aryou to avoid committing the fatal olunder? There is only one being in the universe who can tell you whom to choose, and that is the Lord of Paradise. He made Eve for Adam, and Adam for Eve, and Loth for each other. Adam had not a large group of .women from whom to select his wife, but it is fortunate, judging from some mistakes she afterward made, that it was Evo or nothing. There is in all the world some one who was made for you, as certainly as Eve was made for Adam. All sorts of mistakes occur because Eve was made out of a rib from Adam's side, Nobody knows which of his ribs was taken for the nucleus. If you depend entirely upon yourself in the selection of a wife, there are twenty-thre- e possibilities to one that you will select the wrong rib. By the fate of Ahab, whose wireinnueert himto-jicai- r bjr the f t of Macbeth, whose wife pushed him into massacre; by the fate of James Ferguson, the philosopher, whose wife entered the room while he was lecturing and willfully upset his astronomical apparatus, so that he turned to the audience and said: "Ladies and gentlemen, I have the misfortune to be married to this woman;" by the fate of Bulwer, the novelist, whose wife's temper was so incompatible that he furnished her a beautiful house near London and withdrew from her company, leaving her with the one dozen dogs whom she entertained as pets; by the fate of John Milton, who married a termagant after he wa-blind, and when some one called her a rose the poet said; "I am no judge of colors, but it may be so, for I feel the thorns daily;" by the fate of an Englishman, whose wife was so determined to dance on his grave that he was buried in the sea ; by the fate of a village minister whom whoso I knew, wife threw a cup of hot tea across the table because they Eliillstines? There are thousands of American pul- differed in sentiment-b- y all these scenes pits, among them this pulpit, guilty in the of disquietude and domestic calamity, we fact that on some of the subjects on which implore you to be cnutious and prayerful men and women need practical advice before you enter upon the connubial state, they have been silent, or teaching them which decides whether a man shall have only in forceless circumlocution. About two heavens or two hells, a heaven here e "the choice of a companion, a. and a heaven forever, ora hell now aud a question in which so much of time and all hell hereafter. By the bliss of Pliny, whose wife, when of etprnity are involved, what universal ilence in the Church,.so that there are not her husband was pleading in court, had ten people in this house who have ever messenger coming and going to inform heard a discourse of this theme; and the her what impression he was making; by first one I have ever heard is the one I am the joy of Grotius, whose wife delivered preaching. , We leave to the flippant novel him from prison under the pretense of havor the spectacular play, or the jingle of a ing books carried out lest they be Injurious to his health, she sending out her husband doggerel rhyme, that which ought to buthe mosUtremendous sermon a minis-- S unobserved in one of the bookcases; by the rden good iter 'ever preaches, from the day when he whose fortune of, Roland, in Louis' time, wife translated and composed for takes ordination to the day when in judgment he meets his God. And so, in this her husband, while Secretary of the Intecourse of sermon;, I am going to hitch up riortalented, heroic, wonderful Mme. Romy best team to the whiflletree, and put land; by the happines3of many a man It can bring with it nothing. Hut He will bfuru. tluougli; the coulter of the plow clear up to the who has made intelligent choice of one caWho gives the Miles clothing i. beam, and go straight on from fence to pable of being prime counselor and comWill clothe his people too; ' fence, however many nests of moles and panion in brightness and in grief pray to Ucneath the spreading henveus serpents may be ripped up by the furrow, Almighty God, morning, noon and night, No creature but U fed; that at the right time and In the right way-h- & ' i and however many alarmed people may And He who feeds HieTavens -will send you a good, honest, loving, ., J'4 cfy'"Whoai Will give his children bread. sympathetic wife; or if she is not sent to That marriage is the destination of the you, Thouah vlue nor llg.lreu either that you may be sent to her. Jiuirian is a mistake that levant to correct Their wonted fruit shonlU bear, At this point let me warn yon not to let . go further. Thre are multitudes before I "Though all the tle'ldi ulionld wltiisr a question oLthlx.impoctaacaJiesieUled.by never yiU marry., ami still greater Nor flocks nor herds be there. V-Yet God the sain? abiding, Wultitua'esV'no we not fit to marry. In the celebrated matchmakers in almpst ev- Ills praise shall tunn my voice ; Great Britain there are 918,000 more ery community. Depend upon your own iudgment divinely illumined. For while in IIliu conn'Un,; Tlieo women than men, and that, I understand, I can not but rejoice. brokers in matrimony are ever planning - is abont the ratio in America. By matheThe husband looks up iu amazement and how they can unite Impecunious innocence matical and inexorable law, you see, mil-a- n lions of women will never marry. The to an heiress, oV celibate woman to million- says: "Well, well, you are the greatest . supply for matrimony greater than the de- - aire or marquis,and that in many enses woman I ever saw. I thought you would " makes life an unhappiness. How can any faint dead away when I told you." And mand, the first lesson of which is that every woman ought to prepare to take care .human being, who knows neither of the as he look at her, all the glories of physitwo parties as God knows them, and who ognomy in the court of Louis XV., or the of herself if need be. Then there are thoumodern fashion plates are tame as comsands of men who have no right to marry, is ignorant of the future, give such direcbecause they have become so corrupt of tion as you require at such a crisis. Take pared with the superhuman spbmdors of that woman's face. Jonn of Arc, Maris character that their offer of marriage is an the advice of the earthly matchmaker in - insult to any good Society will stead of the Divine guidance, and 3ou may Antoinette and La Belle Hamilton, the en- woman. jfcuanunent oi tne court oi unaries II., arc & have to h toued.up and corrected on this some day be'hjdtd'use the words of Solosubject, so that it shail realize that if a mon, whose experience in home life was nowhere. There is another time when the plainest woman who has sacrificed is un. as melancholy as it was multitudinous. of'beauty to her husband. One day his palace, fittedfor marriage, so is any man who has its great wide wife Is a queen the work of life. She has ever sacrificed, his purity. What right rooms and great wide doors and great She has done have you, oh masculine beast, whose life wide hall, wasioo small for him and the reared her childreu for God and Heaven has been loose, to takasunder,j'our care th$ loud tongue ofva woman belaboring him and though some of them may be a little wild they will yet come back, for God has spotlessness of rearedin the sanc- about some othis neglects, and he retreattity of a respectable home? Will a buzzard ed to theTioasetop to get relief from the promised. She is dying and her husband dare to court a dove? lingual bombardment. And while there he stands by. They think over all the year? weddings Uif Bat the majority of you will marry and saw a poor man on one corner of the roof of their companionship, thethe downs, and the burials, the ups and the have a right to marry, and, as your re- with a mattrest for his only furniture, and successes and the failures. Thev talk over ligious teacher, I wish to say to these men, the open sky hVonly covering. An(i 81 the goodness of God and his faithfulness in the choice of a wife, first of all seek Di- omon envies him and cries out: "It is bet- to children's children. She has no fear , . t vine direction. Abut tuirty five years ago ter to dweinntoie corner of the housetop about going. The Lord has sustained her so many not dare wbea .Martin Farquhar Tupper, the than with a brawling woman in a wide trust Himyears she would of both ofto disnow. The lips them English poet, urged men to houso." tremble as they say good-byand encour.prayer before they decided And one day during the rainy season age each other about an early meeting in a upon &i , the water leaked through the roof of the better world. The breath is feebler and matrimonial association, people Are you sure of it? laughed. And some of them have lived to palace and began to drop in a pail or feebler, and scops see laugh on the other side of their mouth. pan set there to catch it. At one side Just holdis the mirror at the mouth, and surif there any vapor gathering on the The need of Divine direction I argue tram. of him all'fey long the water went face. Gone! As one of the neighbors the fact that so many men, and some of drop, drop, drop, while on the other side takes tne old man by the arm gently and them strong and wise, have wrecked their a female coiqSanioa quarreling about this says: "Come, yon had better go Into the next room and ret;" Jie jays: "Wait a Hvesat this juncture. Witness Samson-anacrimonaboBt thaty-ththis woman of Timuath. Witness ious and pet&Iant words falling on his ear moment; I must take one more look at that face and at those bands 1" Beautiful! , ,Socrate, pecked of the historical in ceaseless pelting drop, drop, drop, and Beautiful! My friends, I hope you do not call that whose wifeaad otb he seised his pen and wrote f'-- ' A contin-n-death. That Is an autumnal That iqg 0iaT to prescribe' for his! carbuncles but allodropping jn a very rainy day and a is a crystalline river pouring sunset.crystal into a pathic doses of profanity. Witness contentions woman are alike." sea. That is the solo of human life overIf Solomon had been as prayerful at. powered by the. hallelujah chorus. That is tVjfeeR:esriUiy,aJlrtuful spouse, yet marthe beginning of his life as be was at a queen's coronation. That is heaven. Is the my father stood rying apgreat as lra. Wit. th doss, kiw much domestic infelicity he That seeing way mother depart at eighty-twmy at seventy nets Jtfcs WcsUy, ens of this fant aia would kavt avojdsd. But prayer about your father mothr Hrl wir Unix vmhii t cat r i 4b mm Mril will Hrftttnt to nethlcg urJsst rstt nine. Perhaps soIf wi will die andwsu. "rtnfc I wendtr . -- ,. hypocritical, whining and saturnine creature, who afterward made for him a world of trouble till she quit him forever. In my text t t parents torbade the banns, practically saying: " IVheu there are 60 many honest and beautiful maidens 'of your own country, are you so hard put to for a lifetime partner that you propose conjugality with this foreign flirt? Is there such a dearth of in our Israelitish gardens that you ruust wear on your heart a Philistine e Jwthistleh' Doyoa take a because there are. no pome granates? 'Is there never a woman among the daughters of thy brethren, or among all my people, that thou goest to tako a wife of the Philistines V" Excuseless wns he for such a choice in a land and ainid a race celebrated for female lovelinessaud moral worth, a laud and a race of which self denying Abigail, and . Deborah, and dazzling Vashti, and pious Esther, and glorious Ruth, and Mary who hugged to her heart the bless d Lord, were only magnificent specimens. The midnight folded in their hair, the lakes of liquid beauty in their eyes, the gracefulness of spring morning in their jiosture and gait, were only typical of the greater brilliancy and glory of their soul. Likewise excuseless is a man in our time who g makes alliance with any one who, because of her disposition, or heredity, or habits, or intellectual vanity, or moral twistification, may be said to be one of the " Philistines. The world never owned such opulence of .womanly character or such splendor of "SP-- i? an?prs or multitudinous K of wifely, motherly, daughterly, .vtsisterJy devotion as it. owns day., I i JhaTe"notiords to expresrmyadmlration for good womanhood. 'Woman is not only man's equalt but in afTectional and re-.'ligious nature, which is the best part of us, she is seventy-liv- e per cent, his superior. Yea,duringthelast twenty years, through the increased opportunity opened for female education, the. wptueu of the country are better educated than the majority of the men; and If they continue to advance in mentality at the present ratio, before long the majority of men will find difllulty in finding inlhe opposite sex enough ignorance to make appropriate consort. If 1 am under a delusion as to the abundance S good womanhood abroad, consequent ,w upon my surrounings since the hour I entered this work until now, I hope the delusion will last until I embark from this planet. So you will understand, if I say In this course of sermon something that seems severe, I am neither cynical nor disgruntled. e There are in almost every of the country, in almost every home of the great town, conscientious women, worshipful women, women, holy women, innumerable Marys, sitting at the I tirtstf innamrUa niothars lieln- ing to feed Christ in the person of his suffering disciples; a thousand capped and spectacled Grandmothers Lois, bending over Bibles whose precepts they have followed from early girlhood; and tens of mousauas oi young women that are dawning upon us from school aud seminary, that are going to bless the world with good and 'happy homes, that shall eclipse all their predecessors, a fact that will be acknowledged by all men except those who are struck through with moral decay from toe to cranium; and more inexcusable than the Samson of the m.text is that .man w'Ho, amid all this unparalleled munificence of womanhood, marries a fool. But some of you are abroad suffering from such disaster, and to halt others of you from going over the same precipice, I cry out in the words of my text: Is there never a woman among the dangh- iers oiiny orctnren, or among all my people, that thou poest to take a wife of the Iil-li- es The ller. T. DeAVitt Talnitge has begun a series of sermons on "The Marriage Ring," the first of which, covering the "Choice of Husband and Wife," we give "Z below. Theol lowing was the text: Vr Is there never a woman among the duugli- "- tew of thy brethren, or among all my peo- . pie, that thou jroest to take a wife of the un- clroumcised Pnllistlnes? Judges, xlv , 0. Samson, the giant, is here asking consent of his father and mother to marriage with one whom they thought unlit for him. He w.v wise in aslTlng their counsel, but not wise in rejecting it. Captivated with her , lookSjlhebigsonwantedtomarryadaugh-te- r of one'of the hostile fatuilies.a deceitful, crab-appl- -- -- life-lon- outrageous and scandalous of women, who sat in City Road Chapel making mouths at him while he preached. "Witness the once connubial wretchedness of John Rus kin, the grtsnt art essayist, and Frederick W. Robertson, the great preacher. Witness a thousand hells on earth kindled by ,unworthy wives, termagants . that scold like a March northeaster; female spendthrifts, that put their husbands "into fraudulent schemes to get money enough to meet the lavishment of domestic expenditure; women about 400,000 of them in the United States who will have the drug though it should cause the eternal damnation of the whole household; hoartless and overbearing, and namby-pamb- y and unreasonable women, yet married; married perhaps to good mon. These are the women who build the low where the husband and sons go because they can't stand it at home. On this sea of matrimony, where so many have wrecked, urn I not right in advising Divine pilotage? Especially is devout supplication needed because of the fact that society is so full of artificialities that men are deceived as to whom they are marrying, and no one but the Lord know. After the dressmaker, and the milliner, and the jeweler, aud the and and the the cosmetic art, have completed their work, how is an unsophisticated man to decipher the physiological hieroglyphics, and to make accurate judgment of who it is to whom he offers hand and heart. That is what makes so many recreant husbands. They make an honorable marriage contract, but the goods delivered are so different from the sample by which they bargained. They were sunplj swindled, and they backed out. Thy mistook Jeiebl for Longfellow's Evangelise, and Lucretia Borgia for Martha A'ashicgton. Aye; as the Inrtan chief boasts of the scalps he has tateu, so there are iu society y many coquettes who boast of the masculine hearts they have captured. And these women, though they may live unlil richest upholstery, are not so hocorable as the cyprians of the street, for these advertise their infamy, while the former profess heaven while they mean hell. There is so much counterfeit womanhood abroad it is no wonder that some can not tell the genuine coin from the base. Da you not realize you need Diviuo guidance when I remind you that mistake is possible in this important affair, and, if made, is irre-opium-eating club-house- pray soon enough. Walt uutll you are fascinated and the equilibrium of your soul is disturbed by a magnetic and ex quisite presence, and then you will answer your own prayers, ad then you will mistake your own Infatuation for the voice of God. A SAD LOVE IMayod STORY. The Wlrtow Who s, hair-adjte- r, dancing-maste- r, to-da- v vocable. -I e . . farai-hous- lel -- i life-tim- If you have this prayful spirit you will surely avoid all female scoffers at the Christian religion; aud there are quito a number of them in all communities. It must be told that, though the keeps woman only iufluence that being estimated and treated from aye, as a a slave as brute and a beast of burden is Christianity, since where it is not dominant she is so treated, yet there are women who will so far forget themselves and forget theirGod, that they will go and hear lecturer malign Christianity and scoff at the most sacred things of the soul. A good woman, overpersuaded by her husband, may go once to hear such a tirade against the Christian religion, not fully knowing what she is going to hear; but she will never go twice. A woman, not a Christian, but a respector of religion, said to me. "I was persuaded by my husband to go and an infidel lecturer once, but going home, 1 said to him: "Mv dear husband, I would not go again, though my declinature should result in our divorcement forever."' And the woman was right. If after all that Christ and Christianity have done for a woman she can go again and again to hear such assaults, she is an awful creature and you had better not come near such a reckless lepress. She needs to bo washed and for three weeks to be soaked In carbolic acid, and for a whole year fumigated, before she Is fit for decent society, Whils it i not demanded that a woman be a Christian before marriage, she must have regard for the Christian religion or she i3 a bad woman and unworthy of being your companion in a life charged with such stupendous solemnity and vicissitudes. What you want, O man in a wife, is not a butterfly of the sunshine, n"9t a giggling nonentity, not a painted doll, not a gossiping not a mixture of artificinli-tii- s which leave yotf in doubt as to where the humbug ends and the womau begins, but an earnest soul, one that can not only laugh when you laugh, but weep wheu you weep. There will be wide, deep graves in your path of life, and you will both want steadying whon yon come to the verge of them, I tell you! When your fortune falls you will want some one to talk of the treasures in heaven and not charge upon you with a bitter"! told you so." As far as I can analyze itsincerity and earnestness are the foundation of all worthy wifehood. Get thatand you get all. Fail to get that and you get nothing but what you will wish yoa never had got. Don't make the mistake that man of the text made in letting his eye settle the question in which coolest judgment directed by divine wisdom are all important. He who has no reason for his wifelv choice except a pretty face is like a man who should buy a farm because of the dahlias In the front Beauty is a talent, and when God gives it he intends it as a benediction upon a woman's face. When t ho good Princess of Wales from dismounted the rail train last summer, and I saw her radiant face, I could understand what they told mo the day before, that w hen at the great military hospital where are now the wounded and tho sick from the Egyptian and other wars thu Princess passed through, all the sick were cheered at her coming, and those who could be roused neither by doctor nor nurse from their stupor, would get up on their elbows to look at hur, and wan and wasted lips prayed an audible prayer: "God bless tho Princess of Wales Doesn't she look beautiful?" But bow uncertain is the tarrying of beauty in a human countenance. Explosion of a kerosene lamp turns it into scarification, and a scoundrel with the dash of vitriol may dispel it, or time will drive his chariot wheels across that bright face, deep ruts and gullies. But there is an eternal beauty on the face of some women whom n rough and ungallant world may criticise as homely, and though their features may contradict all the laws of Lavater on physiognomy, yet they hava graces of soul that will keep them attractive for time and glorious through all eternity. There are two or three circumstances in which the plainest wife is a queen of beauty to her husband, whatever her stature or profile. By financial panic or of business partner,' tho man goes down, and returning to his home that evening ho says: "I am ruined; I am in disgrace forever; I care not whether I live or die." It is an agitated story he is telling in the household that winter night. He says: "The furniture must go, the house must go, the social position must go," and from being sought for obsequiously they must be everywhere. After he ceases talking, and the wife has heard all In silence, she says: "Is that all? Why, you had nothing when I married you, and you have only come back to where you started. If you think that my happiness and that of the children depend on thee trappings, you do not know me, though we have lived together thirty years. God is not dead, and the National Bank of Heaven lm not suspended payment, and if you don't mind I don't care a cent. What little we need of food and raiment the rest of our lives we can get, and I don't propose to sit down and mope and groan. Mary, hand inethat darning-needlAnd, John, light one of the other And, Jimmy, open the register for a little more heat. Fanny, ftch your father's slippers. I declare! I have forgot to et the rising for those cakes!" And while she is busy at it he hears her humming Newton's old hymn, Down on Her Ileau. Oxcoose mo If I shod some tear ' Und wipe my noso away; Lnd If a lump vas In my troat. It comes up derc to htay. Mv sadness 1 shall now unfoldL Uid If dot talo of woe Don'd do some Uutchinans anv cood Den 1 don't pellef 1 know. ' it THE OVERBALANCED BRAIN. ltather Low Three Significant Eras in the Life of Its Ponsestor fLifaJ A "airs. M. E. DeGreer, sJW J fei You see. I fall myself in love, Und cilery nlitht I Koes Across to llrooklj n by dot All A drcteed clothes. brulKi1. iu SuuJnr mxmri vidder womaus vos der brlze. Her husband he vos yUnd all alone iu this colt Dot Srtldt. ' YOl'TH. p vidder vos, she br Her heart tor love was on der pine Und dot 1 hko to see; Und all der time I hoped dot heait Vos on dor pine for me. I keeps a butcher-shop- , you kuow, Und in a. shtocking stout, I put nvny my xold und bills, Und no one gets hi in oudt. If In der night some Goes bank cashier sklppintr on mlt cash, I shlcep so sound as never vhs, Vhile rich folks go to ehmash. 1 court dot viddor Dot vidder she courts me. UndvhotiIsays:"Vl you bo mine?" She says: "You hot I'll be!" teen months. six- The IVirxm anil the Serpent. One day upon bin Return from Market a Peasant found n. Dangerous Serpen play-juwith hio chiMren. Without Htoppiug to make Inquiries lie seized a club and dealt the Reptile a Mortal blow. "Wunii't our Aolion an Arbitrary Abuse of Power" queried the Toad. "I don't think you ean Prow that the Serpent had struck one of your Children." "As to that" implied the Peasant, "the tune to kill Poiitonotit Reptiles is before you ure Bitten." Moral. A Wolf doesn't make his Appearance among Lambs with the Intention of leading them to Sunday-hchool- . Detroit g Free Press. ! gad-abou- t, Mi Next The Knltint Terrible. "Were you born before Adam?" asked a little girl of old D' Argent, who was waiting Vcvor eiiKBRcd oh! blessed fact! in the parlor while Iuk oung tiancee wits I squeeze dot dimpled getting ready fur the opera bead upon my 6honlder lujf. Sbust like h bag of saud. "Why, no, my deal, what makes, you ask Betore der wedding that'" responded D'Argent, benignantly dB"Well, I heard bister Fanny telling Charvos Cet," She whispers in my lie Manner that bhe hated to have to TO car. alone, and Charlie enid. "I liko to say I tiaf to marry for money be 'Yob; it' hnnl to tieil to a fossil older uso Some cash, my Jacob, thun creation.'" The Judge. hand-Her - H. KuJll. her CmLE. when bitten by a rabid dog, are men to Pasteur successor in the publication of the sent to the 1". Herald. Western Times, at Scott City. Mrs. 1). and her two daughters came from o COVsPMPTION'. to Scott County, Ks., fifteen Important to the Public a well a the ninnth.t ago and leulcnl Profession. land thirty-liv- o miles, from Garden City, and alter Hall't Journal of Jhalth. referring to makes the following imiortaut onilding their own s brought statement' u a large colonization of wealthy "Consumption usually Wins with a and influential men and women, iii slight, dry cpugh in tho morning, then on the early spring .he started the fir.--t going to bed, getting more and more freand more phlegm, inpaper in the countv. built the first hotel quent, with more thinness of flesh; shortcreasing debility, and opened the iirat law office. The ness of breath, and quickness of pulse,' may of this woman's labors, bv nnd it case, be added that ii an(if m facU ia u caMH her daughters.. N that a beautiful young of Consumption, or troubles of the city now Mauds where her chiim-hou- e throat and lungs, immediate relief mav bo stood a year ago of ol) inhabitant-- , obtained und a permanent cure ellec-tebv with dozen coming in each da and the the use of Dr. tl'm. Hall's Balsam for the Lungs, a medicine known for more than whole country nearl settled. Mr-- . thirtj tlve vears as an unfailing remedy for DeGeer. to meet the demand of her coughs, colds, bronchitis and all pulmonary many friends in the Eat, ha now and jwctoral diseases. That the worstcasea placed her paper in the hands of one . iiou.i',ulmptJorl Lave been cured bv the uso daughter. Mr-- , liussell, and her and theHa" & oal&am has been attested to bv thousands have it, or have and real estate business in the hands of been cognhant who its wonderful remedial of . iur saie oy nil druggists. another daughter, Mrs. Eastman, and j.av. has opened a new land and law office in "Syracuse, on the Santa Fe Railroad, People we must put up with Hotel .south of Greely County, bordering on keepers. Lovill Citizen. Colorado, where she has organized a Toung Men. lteU This. town company for the purpose of estabThe Voltaic Belt Co., of Marshall, Mich., lishing towns in that county. As in Scott County, she built the first house offer to send their colebrated Electro-Voltai- c Belt and other Electric Appliances in Greely County, and incorporated a on trial lordu days, to men tyoung orold) town company, with a stall' of oflicers. afflicted with nervous debility, loss of vital-itand all kindred troubles. Also iorrheu- to uso her own words, "with money and brains," Messrs. Rice, Hunter, matism,neuralgin,pnralysis,and many oth-er diseases. Complete restoration to henlth, Decker and Core, of Hutchinson; vigor.und manhood guaranteed. Xo risk inChilds it Parsons, of Arkansas Citv: curred, as SO days' trial is allowed. tVrito Hon. H. M. "Wheeler and herself. Thev them at once for illustrated pamphlet, free. have a hotel with other buildings in their new town, Greely City, with a Good for boils The Boston LulltUu. rich county of good land." Tupcku boje-ynrd; hrr daughter, Mrs. Kate as Towns and Newspapers. Mrs. M. E. DeGcer called to-d- BUSINESS WOMAN. the rounder of Kan. with Mast hospitals and enratlvo institutions uy only Bed Star Cough Cure, for throat and lung troubles. It cures. Price, twenty- Ave cents. St. Jacobs Oil cures rheumatism. I I , Is a d3cemai as -- e'J as distressini; complaint. If nrIected. it tends, by impairing nntrttinn. and way tho tone of tha fiStem, V prepare the iur fupia ispcuse. DYSPEPSIA "4 Chi-cap- I . B I 1 ifflii IP 9 pre-empt- I claim-house- i re-M- ilt a&.-i-t- ed des-Iera- te llfflipf3!! IDJS Boll -T- ill us-e- tates the appetite and aids the assimilation of food. Mb.Wm.SI Pu8Tts.Ul Underbill SI. Lock-Til- l. Ky . K&j "I wu truubled with Djmtrtu. tot MTeml rears. Was not relieTed until I used Brown's Iron Bitters. It cured me " Mb. Ctbcs W Sao-r-, Jaitice of tha. Peacsi I was no fcrely afflicted with Arjvila lnd. ssr indicestinn that I could eat rothlntrwjtboct aUtress. Jsrown s Iron Bitters has completely cored me." Genuine lias abore Trade Mark and rosed red Imea ffsv BEST TONIC ? time Jr and completely l'nre Ujspcpsla In all its form. Ilritrtlturn, Ilelcliirjff. Tntinir the 1 ooil. etc It enncbwi and parU les tile bloodniiinu- HE onn rapper. CltCMICAL roK.VLTLMOIlK,MI. TnLc no otliri. Sladsoniybr-HltOW- THE SEVEN STAGES OF MAX ALL REQUIRE AT SOME ACE S-eei TATIOH'S CHEHDKE REMEDT of Gum and Mullein. y ( 1 Br. , I - SPi ""StX tea-kettl- Jiil' L'omnioitireullh. Putsiciass indorse Hall's Flair Kenewej Its use is always attended with good results I CAPTURED BY INDIANS. Wnix trains aie telescoped the poor pa Ailwntiire or a I'hiUdclphlan sengers see stars. iu the llluck Hills. "This is a very strange story of Pike'sTooth vcheDhoi's curein minute. Sic Soap .enls und beautifies. 23c mine," said a queer old man to a re- Gleim't SulpliurItEMOVEiikMlsCorn. Bunions. German Coun porter yesterday. His garments were filthy, and ho was old and feeble and A dembable thing in gloves A warm lining. Boston Courier. wretched looking. "My name is Sebastian Reek, and iu l.S7.", during the r a rough disturbs your sleep, take Pbo's Cure for Consumption and rest we'l. Rlack Hills mine excitement I left with a party of men and their to speak of oats as a stable Is it and children to go in search of article proper of horsehoid diet? GoodaWs ou. "have just come back. Wn gold. worked veins in Wyoming and Dakota, Fon throat and lung troubles, the most remedy is Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. and had amassed $10,89.) worth of and were just starting, a eolony Tue sigh of the seamstress St when one day three thousand Indians Mvouped down on us took our gold, Paul Herald. and blindfolded and strapped us on THE MARKETS. ponies. Then the Chief, 'Black Moon,' went one way with the women and chilJanuary ' lSeO. dren, whom we never saw afterward. anil i.i u stock Cincins vtl w &3 K 11J Cholte Huteliers Silting Hull took us men into Montana. HOGS Coiututiii. 3 50 3 10 For ten years we were kept with the In3 ?. & 4 00 Cowl Packci 3 35 : ftp 3 T5 dians, and almost became Indians SHKEP Good to chow ILOUIt-I'ain- lly tOO 2 J 23 In their battles with the w hitcs GHAIS 3 & red we were compelled to take part, and No. 3 rel & 38 Corn No- - 'I. inixcil were dressed like w arriors, with paint, 31!i& tic Oats No 2 mixed feathers, bows and arrows and tomatil Itye No 2 634 . . is &j an oo No. hawks. was present at the massacre 8 63 a 9 Or, TOKACCO Common I.uirs. of General Custer, and had on ni paint 10 10 Good Mediums ll 75 ss. and feathers, and did my share of the .. 10 70 $10 e:i; 6 12!4lo Li Lird Prime whooping and fighting. 13 Fancy if "I was made Chief of a hand of In- DUTTEH Creamerj Dairy. . .... . . Ohio 1 7T '? APM.ES-Pndians, and according to the rules of the (u iw triW, had to marry a .quaw. Some 'OTATOES pei barrel NEW YOIIK. time ago while fishing, 1 sighted one of 53 1 3 CO and Western the oflicers of Fort Walsh, and, calling FLOUR-Sta- te fc iJii Chicago him, told him my story. He helped me No. 2 reu HVf- e!)?J iO & .... M Corn No. 2 mixed escape from the Indians, and when I 35 . . Oats mixed ft .70 reached the fort I could hardly make POUIC-M10 iu 6 47V tcam them believe I wasn't an Indian" Ever CHICAGO. since my escape. I have been working FLOUK-St- ate 83 and Western SI 50 my way E:ut.l'iiludclphia Times. OKAIN-Wh- eat 7U Xo 2 red Si 0 No. 2 Chicago spring & 'S fetnuiRe. 1 Phil-alelphin dear. mm "I Und "lownsdis house and two bis Jamas, Und ponds anrt rail-ioiiditock: Cud up in Yonkcrs I bonst-- d A f rand, bl jr bec6nc86 block. "Der times vos dull, my butcher boy, Der market vos no pood. squeezed her bant Und if 1 sell To show 1 understood ilay oxcoose mv briny tears-D- ot shtocklnp took a slmnk; I counted out twelve nunurnu in Der cleanest kind o chink. later, by two da s or more. Dot vidder shldpcs New Kngland Twlgg. A Maiden school-mistres- s 'tlimkn that some of her pupils' compositions uto funnier than anything of Mark Twain's. From un cbxiiy on "Fashion" written by u boy of twelve, she cites the following: " Sensible jwople wear senMble fashions, and insetinible people insensible fashions." Another hopeful of hers, writing on the subject "A Rainy Afternoon", evolved from nn inner coiibciotysne'-- s deeper than ii. ; I l I Th: Is on of tho most annoying andtOl'HH. all painful of Brnneuial troubles to children. lasting about six wee, and the terrible spsims can be alleviated. nd t icfcilii bcrfc!'fved.l(ytbenpeoTaTior'Clorokco Hrmcly of SweerGum and Mullein. ThebweetOnmfroinatrecoftheMmecanKrrow- -; In? in flie South, combined wlUi a tea made front tha M lutein nlsnt of the old field. For druc-- ( sale 1M at .; cents and Nl.oo per bottle. br all MALTIIK A. TAXLOH, Atlanta, Om. .VTAOB-AVIIOOPIXO i "ies RADWAY'S 1 mvi I srni gold-migget- -s KiKiK READY RELIEF l Und leaves n note avnr: CURES AVD PKEVrjCTS Golds, Coughs, Sore Throat, Influenza, flammations, Rheumatism. Neuralgia, Headache, Toothache, Asthma, door-yar- d. In which dot vidder suy: "Der rose vos Der violot blue You see I've left, Und jou're left, too!" rt-d- for m puauip-puoinmo- , . - our-selve- -.. CURESTIIE WORST PAINS la from tmetotwent-m'-niuNOT ONE lion: aflrrnadfnrtliladTers tlismcnt need any one SLKFti: WITH 1AI Difficult4 Breathing. Ev-r- ea "Dbak Siiaki.: Wheat-Longbtri- y -.- Y. I'.Sun. MA.MIOUU- 1 HAV-Tnno- thy 1 WHO KNOWS? - m rirt nnd l.lail. It IW1.V UEMEDY la the OXI.T excruciating Thit Innsnlly itow the mustCtmjrvKlon, paln. the Luntr. Stomach, .1 RADWAY'S READY RELIEF IinKCRG CUKE Tor y Pain, flprnln. XlriiUrta, I'hIik Iu the Rack. Cheat, or th- a!-l- ar A Common Occurrence IeMrlbed Iu ! Paragraphs. He sat in the parlor. Plie was similarly indulging. Tbt- bad been doing this similarly lor lour luoctal hour. It tyto'clevun thirty p. in. He was happy. - Trte PROVISIONS-Pork-Mc- that of Josh Billings, the following ence: cU-a- sents, . " el The Booming South. Ecry mail brings new evidence of of Southern "Docs he nffcot any particular bchool. of the birth and industries. The magical success of the art'" asked the visitor. "He paints religious pictures mostly, I iron mines of Alabama has been one think. Ibn't it a Madonna that George is great incentive, to activity. Ten years painting now, Mr. B.?" asked the old lady, ago these mines could havebeeu bought turning to her husband. y for SoO.000; "Yes."haid the old man, "it's a Mudonua many millions. One they are held at as of "the most recent a prima donna." Life. enterprises projected is a railroad from Knoxville to Nashville. This road will A Truly ."lodcst Doctor. Ue nad the Liut Word. An unfortunate; woman was run over by open some of the richest coal fields in 'Oh, dear," exclaimed Mrs. F., .Iter vainly tho endeavoring to pour hot water out of tho n street car. A crowd gathered around the forestcountry, will penetrate primeval of ash. beech, chestnut 1 foigct it. I victim. After borne delay a celebrated docempty "how did and oak, and will give value to a large wonder. I'm getting n perfect simpleton tor who enjoys a National reputation ap- grazing territory and to one of the best peared on the bcece. It was too late. The tobacco-growin- g I wish I did have a litle common sense." regions in the South. y poor was dead, even before the doc"But, ny dear," interrupted Fogg, the Southern Appalachian range is the richest untouched treasure house you had. Do you think yn'il know tor arrived. "O, doctor, if you had only coinc a little in the country. Its hills hide most of what to Jo with it?" "Do with it?" echoed Mrs. F., ninnr booncr," fcaid a voice in the crowd. ' Even if I ha1 come sooner, what more the materials that minister to man's things. T might want lobe married agaiu, including even petroleum you know, and it might save m from could I have done for her?" replied the doctor, modestly gazing nt the placid features and natural gas. JV. V. Star. making a fool of mytelf a second time." to-datea-kettl- e, was tiretl. He asked il he might mm-- ; She said the patrol wit iron didu t,tome out niter eleven o'clock. Then he tuned up his voice an! " Ever Of Thee I'm Fondly Dre wnruleil. " Why don't you wake up and ehe queried, querulously He waked up. He went home. He never enme back. But another young man tuuk Ins pkue They bum the paternal colli and gas bOV' en nights per week. 1'osf.ibly it is better thus. Who knows? Merchant Travck). Sin1 " It rained bard, and I could not go und so I went out in the shed and sod some wood." In a little straw frame on the mantle is a sentence from the pen of her youngest and brightest, given in answer to the request. "Write, in twenty words, a definition of 'Man'." It reads thus. "Man is nn animal that stands up; he is not very big, and ho has to work for a living." Boston Becord. The Kelllou4 School of Art. "Ve," uid Airs. Bennington, "my son, George, is getting to be quite un artist.'' mr 1 of tnflamir.atton. and curf!" lKcli, or other .landj or ursacs bv one application. A hair to a Inbalf atamllerof.jratir Sour will In a lew mlnu'eu cure Cramp. Spa-mMuiuarli. Idarilurn, Nrnounei. Headache Diarrhoea. Dyicmerr, -- uilc. Halu-Ituc- y Slot aDd all intcrn.il paint. 1 Malaria in iis Various Forms. There la not a remedial oprnt in .the wurMihar will cure Yn rr anil Aimc and a I ollii-- r MalarloOir. Illllimf and itbr f ts. al.M lv KA II WW Y IM I ota!clca It A 1 WAV'S It KAT"Y ltnj.IEF. Mold Dr. RADWAV'S SARSAPAH1LLIAN GKAIK-Wiioat-N- o.'; Fifty rrntii ri bottle. hJfUruUt. J., . RESOLVENT o-s LAKD-Weji- ern For the care of all Scrofulous Ski. and Bo-el- ClyIDIi-eak- . 1 Forthccurcof i-, t' tc DR. RADWAY'S PILLS, all dlMrdrr of the Moniacb. Liter. 2.1 cents a hot. Sold by Drupirlat. m Com No. 2 Oats No 2 Hre .... IK-M- ess- 38 H . 2b!i li 10 99 10 115 Ill steam lly o.2. I,,'.'..'.'...!'. T .111 '; UALTIMOlti:. . FLOUR-FamGHAIN-Wheat-X- ft ro Corn Mixed Oats. mixed PROVISIONs-Pork-M- est 4k 4KU.& a 5 00 85 iyi 75 4 05 5 75 10 25 CATTLE-rir- ht Lard Ilvilned quality INDIANAPOLIS 2 7'i 5 0) S 2l0 HOGS scTenteea vearaoM bsa been with c an) catarrh Mnrr tQ-toun. I was Induced 'o try F'.j's Cream Bulra. anil Wfore he hail uel una bottl? that dlsasrccahle Catarrhal smell bad a'l left bin). He appear as well as any one It Is the bct Catarrh remedy lathe mirfcei. e My wn Nasal Catarrh. CatarrH fir -- Com mixed Oats mixed Flour-AN- o.l GRAIN-Whoat-- Xo. Wheat-N- o. red - . . . 01 ia J. eola, IU. C. OlxstEiD. Ar- VJ LOUISVILLE . Corn mixed Outs mixed PORK intes LKD-stea- 2nd ?t .. 00 k a 4 50 9 JO m If a looo8 & I 2nd Ele Cream Balm good for Catanh of Ion tand'nE. M. N. LxttrT 1KH WVt hestnnt Street. Louis- KAY-F.EV- ER ville. Kv AjwrilcletsanrtleiUnto each cannula agreeable to cje FriceSicT!VT"altoras DrnffRlsts. Send for circular. ELY BnOTHHES,'Dru?l,-lU,Owego.'.- "sup-pos- 'j To-da- well-bein- g, Boston Transcript. e. gas-burne- Walter. A l.iily in the South End last week who happened to be iu the kitchen about handed a dish to the newdomestic with the remark "That goe- to the dumbwaiter.'' The girl was gone some time, but finally returned panting for breath and with the (1 if ill still iu her band. "Sure," she said. "I have been all over the house, mum, from cellar to attic, and the dickens of a dumb waiter could I find, or one that could talk ait her. Bedad I think he's gone out." HwsUm lludget. A Dumb blip-per-ti- - ." e s" KiKht In the Family. Judge Peterby bahl to his cdoled servant: " You will have to quit. You attend to your work very well, but am always missing things about the house, and every time it is you that takes them." OLI AOK. " llot-s- don't send me off on ilat account. when yer Hit mile' be a comfurt lei er. misbiug anything to know right wharit went there last summer iu qtieM of nn office. am." Testis Sifttngs. " I don't sec how you make that out. for yon weic there quite a spell, nnd I don't A llOMi: TIUCl'ST. believe you ever invented anything." said somebody. .. " Well.'that's all von know about it."' " It is. eh?" I , i 3D It. XX.XSC OXlSBIff SONS, asserts that Hour kept in Specialists for Eleven Years Past, packs for two or three years is unwholeHare treated Drorxy and its complications 1th f he " A man can't stay long iu Washington some, because alkaloids are formed in most irocderf ul anccese; tuo TCKetahlc remedies, entirely harmless Ucmoic an sjmptonjs' of dropsy la unU'h' he's something of an inventor," consequence of the acidity of the old tight totwenty days. I'ure patients proaoanced hopeless fcy the best of biiid a with blistered feet, who Hour during the transformation of gluI rom the flrt dose tne .pnptoms rapidly disappear, ten under the influence of the natural AbsolutrUt In ten of all symptoms are ill. ferment of wheat. When such flour is Tret from Opiatts, i'mcVcJ and 1'olson and ed. days at least remot some may cry humbug without knotting anythins treat d with ether and the product SAFE. abf.ut It. Rviuember. It does not cost you anytotn. tu realize the merit, of our treatment for yujirself. In evaporated on a sand bath, there is ten da a tho difflculty of breathing 1. relieved, the SURE. puli-found a fattv matter which has an acid regular, the nrlnary orpins wade to discharge their full duty, sleep is resuircd. the swelling all or reaction, exhales a disagreeable odor PROMPT. r.earlyjri inc. the strength Increased. andappcttiemade DirMUTI AID jnvd Weareconstamlycurlnitcascs of Iud? stand-inand has an acrid taste. If a little hot AT TllICUlULtS Ullllll. A. KM.ELFII CO.R.lI.TlXOKn.SD. racpatient bare been tappet a number or times, that water is added and the mixture permitand the declared unable to irc a week.. Give history of cats. Sumo flow XTST ITDTnE3L3kVt full badly swollen and tv here, tcx.bu elslonjr afflicted, ted to stand over the sand bath a short how conivej hat e are "Wayne, Dn Page Co., lllincis, lepsbumteil and dripped water. lend for free pamtime and then allowed to cool, the alkaphlet, containing tet)ninnUl. nuestion. etc. loids may easily he recognized on the Ten days" treatment furnished free by mill.' HAS IMPORTED FROM FRANCE "" i Kpllep.v (tits) .llvrlv cured. glass slides on employing the Usual Iloivalued at fS,00,0OO, I'trthe rawhk-if youoriW trttLsenil IO cents In .tamps to pay Include about IE. KKF. tests. The reactions may be obtained .t: .SOX.H, M. 1... ltae. il.st.1 .lour. Atenur, .Irlunta, On, with flour even but a year to a year and 70 PER CENT OF ALL HORSES a half old, but they are very marked "Yho purity of Mood Is efabllfbed - jllpTt i. corded In with Hour which had lain two or three Stud Book the Percheron StndBook of France, the cmlr ertr published in thai evuetrj , years after having been milled. EVER IMPORTED TO AMERICA. 0H!F!I An Inventive OHlcc-Sveke- of the corpse. Cliicago Telegram. r. M. Hallaud wire-pull- Red Star DROPSY ai OUGHiURE TRADE VrV MARK. . x two-third- s 25 b- ?. M. - STAMPM I to-d- ay her-hon- h Old Bore (late stayer) You sit up pretty late here, don't yon? Young Lady Oh, when wo are obliged to! Judijc . - - -- c - e, I-- d g e al ' uinneU-Sapph- o, u MUtaken Iilentlty. There iea statucol Henry Gay in thcCap-ito- l Square Va. Two colored girls were promenading the Square one afternoon, when one was overheard to My ti the other "J)at'a Clay." "Who you A Good Guesser. trying to fool? Dat's marbul; an' you Magistrate Have you ever been arrestknows it!" replied her indignant friend." That's the way the world goes; mistakes ed before, lias t us? and misrepresentations will continue, not Rastus Ye 'es yo' honab. only in the humble, but in the higher walks Magistrate How many times? oUite. The Whip. Rabtus I don' zactly disrerneniber, Gradual Kxhaustlon. bonah. Magistrate Once? Boggs (at tho boarding-houstable) Rastus Ye 'cp, lee ben 'refeted mo 'n Another cup of tea, if you please, Mrs. uunce. Famine. Magibtrate Five hundred times? Mrs. F. (eeverely) Mr. Boggs, the tea is Rastus (indignantly) No, eah. exhausted. Magistrate A hundred times? Boggs I 6hould think it would be. It Rastus Eryuse gittln'hot, Jedge, yuse Iibb been growing gradually weaker ever gettin hot. Life. since I made its acquaintance. The Raw-bltJ Where Noah Kept the Bees. Little Bebs Tommy, do you think Xoah Prompt Attention. "Why didn't you come when I rang?" took bees into the ark? Master Tommy Why, of course he did. said a Texas lady to her domestic "But wouldn't they have stung Noah and "Because I didn't heah de bell." "Hereafter when you don't hear the bell the animals? When: did he keep 'era?" spuMi" "I don't know. In the you mutt corns and tell me so," Fhl!tli!phit Of, Sitilsgii "Yf , aaai"-Aj- ia j-e r. nrc-hiv,I The Hindoos say that chess was the invention of an astronomer who nourished several thousand years ago, and who was possessed of supernatural knowledge and acuteness. The Greeks claim that it was the invention of to beguile the tedium of tho siege of Troy. The Arab legend is that . . j .' of a " Well, I'd just like to iia e you tell mc vonng despot by his tutor, a learned you ever Invented." wluit " Well, sir, hadn't been there n mouth Hrnhniin. to teach theyouthhowu King before invented a plan for fastening u was dependent on his subjects for safety. paper collnr to an undendiiit." Chicago According to General Morin, the Ledger. eminent expert, the proper temperature llu Wat Surprised. in wen veiuuaieti is as Smith I never wae tnorcsurprised in my Nurseries, asylumspiaces schools,ionows: 69 deand life than I was Inst night. grees; workshops, barracks and prisons, Jones Indeed. What waa the cause.' 59; hospitals, CI to 61; theaters and Smith As I WHb passing along the' street e-rooms, 66 to 69. In dwellings in two ladies came to the door of a house,one this country it has been the custom to evidently tho hostess, as she had only a keep the temperature at 65 to 70 deshawl wrapped around her head, the other grees. m m a visitor. As they reached the bottom of An exposure to light during twentr-fiv- e the step the visitor paid: '"Well, I've had a very pleasant time; good night, Mary," years has produced remarkable and the other said: "Good night, Mehita-ble,- " changes in the colors of beetles in an. and they both parted. English museum. Fiery red has turned Jonea What, without another word? to bright green, pale yellow to brown, Smith Without another word. Jones H'm! I guess they were men in blue to black, and green to purple. women's clothes. Sun Francisco Chronicle. Pal-medos STOCK ON HAN0: i iDiporlfJIlrooiDIaro Impnrtrd SJallionx. Old enough for Serricv, ,, Two -- 1 aoo ji, . iv vHniw vVssrFW ti "'';?wi m(mimm l '"vs-rvlamplcl-owacr- FMil ti. m iTXyVfilB CTft asiJC .. Bli aif iatarH tae ImIWi ... la. Kfqslictca Vrl, fsllr swsrs ct prrrMi iv 7 1 fax. sr tf- -. ,. U1 us1 e- 125 COLTS cars old JToiuiffpr. and prtn. be r necotniUlnir wen brt-- , 1 animals f"atoD.irtljlrillerc luav art-n- -w furath L4ISi thE! animal rTW'Pr"pcriiirmt - when I cannot Terlded by the .lis 1 Tfox Blu- , iuicisispi.-i-.-oc- r. 1 uox fall mi rirnj Iit.dm.tiM reverslUIe l'onset. fcr Kenslectn SUru; sad Lb ibrMtry.Ke&uaiM fustizr. Lurt,ilrtlUe Flntcr sod Irriincnt IMauar.salnvl ti nlibig.f Colon, IUWo Za'SKiUtj.Glnil liatat Ar nrWuf., t Inch- -, 1 1'otent mmlrAk3mi llM,"tlwf lit, cruy ' HiS 3oy,t(irviJns,sewni;n .l o r!l, t! 'rt.4 isn, ac, ac, &pu n. OulllB- -l actboooTpvlni)al Psprr. .11 iUt(rBt. Iae!s4!iutr t oM.m RJ,Pm rf, &i tor -- isuri. tUl errolc4 MantsUK I'attcrna a.Wt (oi.- cf ton sctiof lUUi Ifcffacrt. LuW, ul nt tSS or ?? aI-- "e Chicago, on the V tTve- - Wayne. Ills.. Is 35 miles Chicago & Horth-Wester- n gy. Corm.tO)lonotllt!!edireatai-eT,'l)r1rtlKr.r-ti- ia olacrabn417,x-ruUuaC.afUte0uttltli.tniiii.t ft-C- " lectur- propectofoperalntnllsh. The chief soprano recently from a bad conch and found relief In Jpwp2; Tier doctor feared consumption, hot pre- -ana sue .ii.u appear at rehearsal without lo- -i of a day. wasaoieio A3CXKICAA OPERA. The musical world promise to get In a craie at tbs snf-"r-d To tntrw iw FAltH AM bnzst at ntxU tcrtsis ttia d.rated HOlsniOLl,tit lu.Sl llom. luand t,et sad Hnrttho!d, w wOfstad cnu the lattmti of the Ccootrr t ef IVt03ttin-p!etrr- ee and postpaid, to sarUdT will Mad 25c. f or 1 rn- -. nbnrto-tiMirf-- T in If II. thwrfullr rrfnlKi U lot wn tn I iwiifxt'ry. AMrm i!i I. My Farm and Household, Hartford, These Discq represqpt the Oonn. nai.is jauai J Hood's Sarsaparilla 1 prepared from SrjparIIIa. Dandelion, Mndr"t, Pock. I!ptlewa, Juniper Berries and other nd valuable vegetable remedies. The proportion and preparation are peculiar to Hood's SareaparHIa, BMng It curative power not by other medicines. It effects remarkable cures where otnera fall. combl-nation, pos-rett-n then bare them return I nan f FITS, 'bT raid, the dl- -- inln. EPILKPSV "JfiLLINO SlCTflESS a Ills Icog rtndy. I wuraottny baro eases Bseaute 2i?r7 to can DB net now reeelrlng a etherSend at auea Is no reason forwrst ones for a treatise and a Free Botti of cure. lnbUltoie my remedy. Giro Express and rest OSce. It costs yod Botblu for .trial, and I win core ynn. IddreM Dr. B. O. BOOT, IM rearl "ew Tort. sunttad 1 enT UREITll? 8. Mu eVv opposite' Capsicum H , 1 sides of B. H. DOUCLASS'A SONS - for Couehs, Colds and Soro Throats, an Alleviator of Consumption, and of great benefit in most cases of Dyspepsia. They are the result of over forty years' aiperience In compoandtnfi- iJOUOU IlEMSDIES. ' Kelall price IS cciiu per quarter yaaa4. FOR PALE BV ALT. llEAItERS. - ongIi llrops (IE WAKE Of IMITATIMS.) PIso HemetJy for Catarrh Is the Best, Easiest to Use, and Cheapest. DTKirS BtUKD LTJXIII .14 .Also N Is the bct Hood's Sarsaparilla blood purifier before rood fjr Cold In th Head, Headache, Hay Ft rer. 4c so cents. iVf Pi r7 and Sfll Penslona fee. or no A. -. V,- hi.i.XI.NIm, oH,m.. r. Jilj.ns. Ills. twp-t- mi- - C. every impurity, and cures Scrofula. alt Rheum. Bolls, rimples, all Humors. Djfpepsla, Bir louraess. Sick Headache. Indigestion. General Debility. Catarrh. Rheumatism. Kidney and Llrer Com" plaints. It overcome that extreme tlrtd feeling, aad builds up the system. the public IteriaT-cate- s J Hood's Sarsaparilla pariM tM u. S- bold by all euidiil: eceipioisai.and Harness Irisier. fincrl.l rfi.rn..t m ,,.! j.t-- wr.nrHocsit,l:ochester.N.V. HK SftrJl1" J?.r rcr'" Hrtre 'vea "IPPed Rtc to Cit Off Horses' Mases. "ECI.IJSE' 1IAI.T- LU I Ell Wcommisioca; cxperlenefeaJ Increase; W niEDCNE'-AWS'Omc-tVBfro- by any horse, Sim' AC-lli- VI McCURMItK. rite for circulars, and laws. & years; SOy. Clarinaatl. Ohio. UilUE nil Rl V F STUDY. Forms. Pecmanshlp. .Vrrtl.tTicffc, byrnalu OMVulnrjfree-IJlrHJfF-sl- sI . "V. Bf'ok.'kwpJnr.pusltJess s.fI..rr, Btrafi Has met unparalleled success at home. Such has come Its popularity In Lowell, Mas- s- where It Is made, that whole neighborhoods are taking It at the same time. The same wonderful success Is extending ail over the country. Its poalUre merit make new friends dally. Sold by all druggists, lit six for Prepared bf ft I. HOOD CO., Apctatetritt, Z.owsu.Xtu. t WAN . logTSJrtc. ' ssr IMi Enttm. ipenMJinad- tsuct- - Canraitinr omat FRIti fani'ular BilTer-wa- r Co. Boston, Mass. TCft An aetne Man or Woman in em to sell our roods, ftalarr f Is. li.'-- 't ul ,l4srjs.htr.nd earn TELEGRAPHY HsoSj parIl uatloni JsnwxlUe, Wla. furnished. Write VaiifTiM '! X Treatetland AC.K-- E turej'l-'ltlrfittt- ttei i Fine blooded cattle, sheep, hoe, poolrry. docs for aale. Cataloeuea wita isucngrav lionK on t rcstutent sent irre.--Aiur- ei I 1'UNU. MOJAurora. UaWKiu. 1&H& irnlfe. . r. uuxtM to, Co-t- est IKe, I'a. fPO Dettf On PQllnr wup wniTiN;w auvsmtisrs xo plense aayyott tti.dvcrUaemtitt Ui-- S 9- .v Ayi. '" - .! iL -- ' r .'-- p" trfPH-- jlocIl ' Nioe Sausage, at HI news! !!! II ta ai A. "j .IiiiitrJal District - --- -' uy , Fresh country Lard, at. Ron kr.s Tils Mississippi River Improve ii. Art of .Not Hearing. nc The hosts of friends 6f Captain The following proceedings wero mint's. IftSt T f llot llCftrilIS should bo CV.0tT Clint llumllc throughout tlioJTirst had at tho January term of tho Representative A. J. Warner It laiuUy 1?. M aPwhuil to domestic will receivo'with to-da- y nxumtivc matin. f '" "'JtJUjiiBa'tJjjLii;ji.Jg..jtCT-!r-rwCourt of Claims. . yirt?)f.Mjfr7t.iraairi.-g-riagCjaj5aaj- f 1 r,trrnnktv iai. ro-rent-ly I X pleasure his authorized announcement as a candidate for Circuit KOGKRs'. Judge. As si law;, or he is conceLye Hominy, at ded to be the equal of our best Rogers'. talent in that prol'css:on, and is eminently well qualified in mind,! appropriations, CITY ITEMS. ' euuiaitwt to tuko ui or heart and personal characteristics statement of their nerouuttj to commerce, rivers and harbors and ci'. out""sounds, tln-i- r du- date, which was ordered to bo noANNOUNCEMENTS. for the high ami responsible improvement of tho Mississippi plOAsnre, Change of f.ocnJlon. ties of tho otlice he seeks. For ted on the record. river, and threo from the houee at "man falls into a violent passiou ' John Nichols. Hickman's favorite bar manv rears past his friends in this CLAIMS ALLOWED. FCIl CIRCUIT JUDGE. iit lat'CO Hid !n nrmv nfluinp unl umi caiii, us an lnamu.r of uames ut the bcr, has moved his barler shop from the 4 1 nrst word wo should shut uur imw aad District have surrounded liim with flu tho We arc nnlhnrizci to announce C. L. On .motion, it was ordered of captaio, which no more. If in oar qnkt vovage nmm in the Laclede House, jut twodoi fa pressure to cutest for political! the following claims against that shallluive a clerK u ho is a eteuo Hearlfo wo HANDLE, of Fultin county, as a eanii lower down, into the Judge Lanilruin In t ui the fiud ourselve-- s eaught in' out Mirancv ofBce. Ilks Miop a newly iittcd, date for Circuit JuUe.v Election in Air o'flioe that tew men, whose nearis county of Fulton, b uliouctl i those domtie whirlwiubi uf scold-ng- , anil he i desirous f..r all hix M aud as and fapher, a.ul ;! :l M., ,.Wmt at gttfetBcXt. nro as warm to the wibhes of liiiil kiit jil list Dimi.ti- I...... .. r urine, to o should hhut our e . . t I I1110 Point. w"' v" ",v v.Hn inv 01 .. : . 1.1 I. ..tas u wuloi many now, customer n 1. :....! m t" call. ssa ' mn in u.k is cu"' wonJd vii'tirm nksbarg aght, unfurl li wu'h, uud, making A Kemember, on'y tiro dora heloir liis fornirr iinuun i',e FOR commonwealth's attorney. inemisas iiiir woinii'ii in ins mi;- - j;,. j n.oictii.i tend T. V. Wallace, account for diet- .Memphis ami .t j.mS-o- t oiiit, am. j anil rotless b. fon the g.ile. If a hoi Htiup We are authorized to announce CII VS. t with a l:fe devotion, his man to iiifLuiio oui exanuiie tho v.,rx a.ieady tlu II. THOMAS, of McCrackcn cotinlv, as a .i,Uioii looked oi' to success ing prisoners, &!.(). freaiiga, we slumld consider wliutmisr Trenh Ctinncd Goods, at Jeff Huberts, for building chim- wierejaiso ttio "ettipn h ofHeo, of caadidate for re election to the Rogers'. itlti' amjt these iiery siarlvs may do in om , , preferment ill that line. Now ney of Uie river and the bar outs;.K jnupazme below, where our temper i ' for paupers, $4. . Commonwealth a Attorney fortlu-- J udicml a ,...,. ,i;,i., ,. for Pvin that he is District. .ection in Ailgu.t, 1S36. ;to a distance of five miies,and see KPpt, and instantly close tho door. Persons in need of Heavy Boots, Blankets, Heavy Clothing. Flannels, BAYOU I)E IIIEN BIUDOE. EtilrlltiKiuii., the Watrh maker, is . Judge, the indications aro that he J. If, as has lie. n remarked, all tho poth now located in Moore & LanJrum's druc any impediment to tho navigaif Ac, will fi"d it to their interest to call at Commissioners appointed FOR COUNTY JUDfiE. will have no opposition, and .that things said of ouo by heedli-s,. . . or il! store. His kill ami reliability has been 'T- - .' .. October Court of Claims at last tion of ships drawing twentv-eigh- t tiatiirrtl idlers wero to' bo proven, ami he is located here permanently to in. feet of water lionw-tW art MithnriHl r nnnm.nco J. ' tIU 200(1 pOOIO Ot t!ie.X"B"-exists. Tho comhim, lib would become a nu-r- widk to alwr.iy make good bis promises. NAYLOK, ana canduUte for the orte of will pay a proper tributojto a wor-- vestigate tho propriety and neces- - mittee may also examine any other wg -atuek fill) of sharp cJiinty Election thy man by according him a unan-- ! sity of a bridge across Uavou do plan for improving juntyj u Jge of hns IttirJtiiniiKi, the If - - hien in this coun ty, ia August next. this day pre- - ening the channel the river, deep aoi(JRood vie Would lw happy, whev cstablixlied a reputation as a skillful workelection. More tho Corimous mn w. hhonld o,n-- out and ineidontally Having bought very extensively in the fall, we have a few of those IriePw would say in coi.naeudiii'on. sented their rep'Mt wimh was rs, wh.n nuioiiK Iu1 me n hhut th. n,. man Hccond to no one in liis line anil hun- CIRCUIT COURT CLERK. n' ,i' ?" evigoods to close out at greatly reduced prices. We therefore solicit your dreU , t is not but it is unnecessary, iorprobBiily read, and on motion, was revived what om dence for whom he has done wrk will H" A ril 3' acighborswaith iiie U We are auhorizctl to announco T. M. every ma who reads !heGoui;iEU and 01 dercd tiled. his reliability. Call at Moore & inspection belore buying elsewlure. 'v ? Buy about our ehilunn, FRENCH, an a catnlulite for reetcciioii to D,,ltee l8 h.it our nvala w.y nlaitt our busi Lnndrum's O.dered that K. S. Murrell we- I? ' knows the worth of theijiau. Very respectfully, the office of Circuit Court Clerk of Fultit ttesB, onr dress or our affairs. uaty. Election in Aintust, lb.-(Also, in this issue, we announce tition the present Legislature Watch tinker, Uurlingame. i loca Till This art of not though mi led pt?rmanently in Hickman; mid if he Esquiro J. N'a,vlr, as a'camlidate allow this court to levy 5 cents on '",?! CAUyLt ia th" sol"ol, is ly no nun.)! nu Ox-vour watch, i.i always at home lo COUNTY COURT CLERK. of ('ounty" Judire. all tho taxable propertv in tliis for WactioNl iu Ao havo uolici-now nr Wart. litnitji well bred Moman rtuvur hears n lrove the relibiHty of his work. p . Wears adtboriiol to aJnouiKC W P. Ho has serveil quite a number of! county lor lbM to inula .1 bridge , Nun ila irtwn 111 vaa !...!. m - i I.a ..w u..j, nitar TAYLOU.aa a candidate for ioi..carg us ;l jfacistr.Ue and as 8iichl:,c.ross "ayou do Uhien above ucujcuiuis uHiii uiw iciiimiiiu, negro vuhwr or uu pertinent remark. A kind Arnicn ?4le. nauies, a vraunucd f discreot deafness ono from manj ,mS beuo,nc thorouzhly posted as Hickman. .oftw.oT County Court' Uert-o- l The RiSTStivu in the world for Cuts, ' n,B' i ua.:iv nun. no vrim n lusiitts, from much blamo, from not a O-- n county. Election in AuSmulbSl was ordered that nkmtatimi Bruise', Sores. Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever motion, tQ Uui liushess :in;urs'aud inter- nn lit we eoniuvaneo in dishonomblo Fons, Tetter, Chapped Hand, Chilblains, e.sts of the coanty. tie i wed the poll tix be fixed at $2.o0 011 ' comlmtauk After he put ln.tt"r howau Uniti d Prtdiyterian. FOR SHERIFF. Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and posi to the l.xtor raie afUrho-Kof eat" tithe for the year 1SSG .ur &tk niiinorixcuI iu auuuuucu- 11 A.I quahiied, . and ouo .. , the , -. ir ..1 tively eure l'ilef, or no py required. ftp It how he hail kva hrot. and did it intliis tax tir.Lixijui:xfs. is Kiiarnntced to give perfect satisfaction, AlraiMt a Uefeat. SHUCK, a a candidal for re election to thoroughly refponfiliue .tinl worY Me, Iks. I u.t.--. ou u ido liinniT: ths office of Sheriff of Fulton county, thy citizens of the county, and Th: day came Y. A. Shuck, !l.uit.aion vluu A gentloiuan hoeame over tho Cum or money refunded. Price 25 cenU p'r Ya'.ktv j Election in August nest. will make i good oflicerif elected. Sheriff of Fulton county, into dy .iiju up l. nli'.K.r. ()! uuioAa" nutl norland Valh y railroad, a few years ayo. box. ForSalc at M00UE& LAXDRUMS In this issue, also, we announce court, ami presented his list of nii'-- r had done LsC layn nf.r. and wo on a train tli.it had a special car with tfne FOR JAILER. Special Notice. m de pi intuiion. (Iraut, the thru .President, on hoard, fiant. W. A. Shuck, sis a eaudi- - delinquents for tho yenr 1S83, to ui.;t--- we vnittj e d' Yankee a nomiu' im do tells en unecdote. There was no smokinAll persons indebted to the firm of Ron We are authorized to announce TIIOS ,'.t,,,,, fnP rp".plrKtifiii tolllO oflice of tho correctness of which ho was WUta ,w--..---- riWsKiT we all ron aay aijd ml attached, and tho gentleman duraiit & Drewry, will please come forward for re elec i V. WALLACE, as a in do g-car Sheriff. He is a clever, popular duly sworn, and tho same being woikU. d latji to stood on a platform desperately smoking nt an early day, and make settlement. tion to the oflice of Jailer of Fulton coungentleman, has made'good ofli-- ' carefully examined by tho court, shell du thhhIi, ai:d Lord a iuatsa what a cigur h Lid lM,u;htat away station. Oflice at K. Collins' drug atore Alexander ty. Election in August next. ccrs, ami most probably will be said Sheriff was allowed lfK a nowe dry tlid mnku. Sholk as big Ho notitMil the 1 r fddeut oecasinnally & Maxwell's old Htand. Weareaulhorized loannounceGEOKGE w,re froed iulo de lixiny tlmt way, aiul finally a nulro;ul BOXDUKANT5: D RE WRY. wit uout op whites aud 108 colored, a total of a tlo!ir accorded a JL CARPENTER, a a candidate for th wxk1- aud kii)).! tne drrn. Hickman. Kv-- , Feb 12, I8W. It wu ftliciid aiue out ami sud tho Gem 'ml o'f Fulton county. Elec position. lie is one of the seven .'104, width was ordered to bo cred .iwftil hot, I Jailer thought the luul run oet of eif;.irs that h had Uvu til yn;.li Ipt(1. en u;;i! ited to syid Sheriff iu bis settle--metioa is August next. (Slicrins or I!'.- - state .uvjiuf.' tin man on the platform foi JJo rie-wi'ii vuin a t' of the county levy, for the! iv p.- :''d. i 'it it dida t d no cood omc t:uK', and h.ul at 1. !t I K'ggv d liim A GOQO DWELLING HOUSE FOR the roll of honor by the State FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR. 'Auditor for payiujr his collections year 1SS5. SALE, uud stv if he lul any mure .i- - d- - l.ij.KfeS'V.iiv fr..v, d alulls. to Xuw. tJie was oidy too With all (onvei ierces. Alo, all claims ei.t ,u- L. itl sii mel tic.it t do petitions W. B. early and promptly, and in this We nrs authorized to announce REPAIRS ON JAIL. GORE, as a camliJata for the otbee of A of the county share Tho committee appointed to f the cull..! prHrins. Som of dm happy hrst, to aceon) modate tho Presi-tle- and actouuts due J. W. Cot man & Co the of the Uniunl States, and, second, Apply to s'i U rouid ro hi ?li up in d air and eeiwor of Fulton county. Electjpn in Au 'the compliment bestowed upon havo jail repaired made their re- say htr i. !': whar is liko as if to get rid of oaf of the worst cigars he gust eext. T. II. McMAHAN. ' deciVIlm their Sheriff. WHERE? CAft IIUY A MUITAffl,E;PJl9EXT AT ITS ever smoked. With thLs wiuming he sent port which was ordered to be he i a l.mLid' for sous--- ' kxIv. Don li-Also,in"this issue, will be found wotdd sy I .bim, I seo in Ids rvaiaiuiufi weeii Tho Uvnend JtEAJb VALUE? Thereare eleven Prohibition-jet- s the announcement ofjThos. V. Died. JL'OSTAG KJfc AT tho courtesy by rcmoriug iUtti. I ho l.tm. and id tut dy would iu the Kentucky Legislature. Before deciding this question we invite you to examine ju; 1 oil !;? litll piiKVs go tJLirmish- - his hat, and bit the end oil' of the cigar, to the of-- deli:que:;tb to be advertised. Wallace, for our hrwi-fu- l LETTERS. a"d lookwl happy. He had 'Mll'l ue fiU r.iU'r d uiggt'i's. J lighted Ordered by the court that all !i and varied stock. OONT MISS THE GRAND Jile "e l.a made u- those who remain deiiiujuent on e in the letters are bat on.o ! littl p;.-.- ' dt k,;t.h taken ne i.rtiri or two puffs, hon over. United Statessent to any . excellent ofheer, and this, we beat two ' ' a.d drt'a :.o , 1 t hnri. . u.'n on ." r .... to look tnuvr. The drop letters one cent cents each ounce; Clearing Sale o. choice iiere. evenbodv ud.uits. He was tho list this day returned by W. Annual Under this head t' pMtiorm wateh-i- l lr.m iitli rrj nu a man A. Shark, ShcrirT, !ii the Ij'Ii Any ITosawliiin remove anything wholly or partly written. .rm dy. 1 1 il or." Haiti-Hi- . AnfeKvivnVRArvvvrrT b. elected to fill an uue.vi.iied term. of March next, be published cithti r .:; d rize thought fill fv at out-.' a,l(1 having been faithful to tho JJEWMWrERS. at new store, J ' handl'ill or in some newspaper Everything goes in this bale. t'u.n IL' i.Ui.r. Thoii In- vut it "i.i c: ajujjun & old stand, has an endless vrTf t Ncwspipers, periodicals, exclusively in JiooKa and tancv a fuH Wl tnistj stationery Tapetcnes of all styles and finish, Pens back tiok auiulitT pull. Tlun he print, mailed by publisheis, one cent a iu the county, and the Sheriff m : o 6ii8 Wars. Miss Irene Gardner, of Mny - L Also, in this issue, wlH bo found hereby Pencils. PtirMfdin T.nn ' Pnldnlc A r.noved it .. ' :;i. i. ivn .1 it m his haml lound. Card Gtses, Cards, & ordered to fuiuish ibe Ta r. , '."he nw of the odd term ar.t bjokwl r &. field, is visiiiug her sister, 3Irs. the amfouueement of George 1. CMrfutlv ovt-iirrain. and Toys in endless variety. HOOKS, tETC uicih ot iiu il link lit j Carpenter, W. G. Hefley. for Jailer. He is as those who111:0 I'l'uildelinquent by :! i. . , jJ am, h ST.- i in tho Nottr j Y,m h- mn.-l- d it, then h eousrli! Books, circulars, and other matter wholremain looked Beautify your homes, by huyin'-oni- e of clever a young man as there is in that date, and that the said Clerk .: 1 .i ' ' pivt.Jy amialio was at the man on the ly iu print, one cent for each two ounces n iu tjosjjion of r&A itform, gazing innocently i V years: have said list published. j t tie county, served scve.-jtthat loTely Furnitnref years tit 'lor l.tHM tvnt-d- , demwd the atrobs tlie hVlda. Then he looked out or fraction thereof. STErnExs& MAxwELt. j as an assistant to th'elato Jailer, MEBC1IAND13K. retaining a of tin- cr window, na if to Bee where ho i.m rd aa ainuul GUARDIANS. r. . :1 a for tae List year cf the origBinl Thomasson, and was v All other matter, merchandise, &c, one BPht throw it withorit injuring Moody, the evangelist, is Wr- W. P. Taylor, Clerk, this Iv He changed hia mind, thongli, cent an ounce or fraction thereof. nrPno!iii.r nt niiiin?m. sinil Sum always loaiici M'ortiiyani laittttul. ' Tie u'di-c- t of tx.'Js lTto aa nmrillcie- - siiduHl, took a dpirate prip qn the produced a book containing a list He is a good man, ami would make Joiies at Cincinnati. fie pirt i f th" undt-- tenant to ' It'icy wi.h his teeth, and, when last i of gnmdmiis, of tuiti court s ap- - n a good nfiicer. t th'' j rf.mi:iico of tho f Blaine's book, "Twenty Tears Akn it. tl.io icsnn trill Im fnnml' POiUtlllg, With a SJliJeiiieilt of .i. 'nants c.jiituiued ni tlw "Tiial prant: j mi by the gicr, was still polling ay. Congress," is completed and In the announcement of Esquire V A l,,p,ir "founts to date, which wrf ,i:;d also, thp iiJrortau.' to tlu- leaner of 25cts Lower tlian tLe Lowes will be issued this mouth. i vv-- r iieiary x.U rw4. vitbont wliich, P. Gore, as a candidate foV tho of-- .ontewd. to be noted on record. no store ren I have no clerk expansss 'm!jc Missouri grocer pot up in n We Can sell you Furniture cheaper than lice of County Assessor. n i i t'n eld Emrtwh :nrw,ti.?e, ho could and pay dish for nil tny Groceries, and He has r,. mating and owmd up that he (Forth Hick nn ; . it r svor hi. rent by di'dii-mJ firm ever offered it before in Hickman. served as a Magistratewith good u aouor wa out or tho filtv-j- - nt horefore can soil as cheap as the cheap JStery customer- - Is surprised at our low S m t;fuea UiU reversion wnx only lej v:vi::ixs rort isoke. t. llnl liriknils ol Kiiirnucrp renu uuu record, and has l:ed iu the coun a p,our. -- 5 cents chP.e.r Lrtf fricet, aud goes away pleased and happy. cveafnr outt day, 1 hffSJ: Uyo ontjwv IlMitMlfUhe ty sixty years, and I.itbereTorg . TT'SreruENS s Iaxwklu JOHN WITTING. . r nally in long Uthw the Inst year wan Of uc lUrhaK irirl toiicbt ; a. & V r'- -f ' fr fargireut i well kuown, and we doub&jf there If n tuH Out of litis oarao the ppidar j r iler m Customers to buy the remainder of our Fall and Winter stock Zcno Young, fc r.nerly of the is any man in Willi Iit fcii wn '! bit ; of n..:tM tliat the law irvidod thw eonnty better . Trt i'l tMnV th Ucutt l.rtc' Madisouville Times, has gone to qualified for the the teaw wn made foi it, atd n1 H.c I.'iir. l"it inlrr dmir oflice of Assessor. . t r- - waa no Brooksville, Florida, to inc. IIsi !rt' '!' cr.:l liiitiin J.J . ' '5 yearn, wlu-i'fi miK the !iuvr lru n an mr ! ol for any such od 1 ,.i nh tti.vcr l t!i pr'irw ContJ ti wl Call at the lowest priced Furniture housst p Gooil Cpkn!ts in Every Case. mm !;:.: Of a wlir' Uan4 timsM j in America, and buy yourself .ieh. D. A. Bradford, wholesale papor dealer CVald the .!; m IIm lon-n- l ' K. , la CnT'nd there was, in special - ensv, (at)i-Srcrucxst Maxwcll. ry tut brlxttt. Iu a of Chattanooga, Tenn , write, that he was i tvstnoat, on ooriioraiiiKis or CjuW alia liear the bstittar footstep severe cold proliibitmff tho tlcjniso of cal Of n brother lo Ibe hall Pr. Fans has been paying 40 Mrioi.-"!- on afil'cted :with a tried many that CimM fle Ler tU ti.Tleg roiew hi? lunc-- had settled reine to fiiem to the inipov-p-ihtaudi Utfi for corn, shelled, sacked aud ; or hrr sister ew'aHJ all d'm without lienefit. Beini; indacej to try for id of thir Kitexjet.ni,4ea.sc4n term Uit pixjr vl Vsart oaW gltilJca, lUn delivered at the depot, tiiis week. Dr King's New Dis."oery for Consumption, Aud 1'ic fjiirll ( rami wero beyond 1U5 year, and sii.'h -- ' 1 al gi itac frerr, m t.1.1 fir 93 venrs. There ia no such re- All parties indebted to us, did so ami wa entirely cureJ by use of a Kur tut harea iu bar trait. few Imttle. Since which time he has usid l tiiietiuti in this Htnte. inojt come- - forward and settle it in hi family for all Coughs and Coldn If tliejr Sturw their litll!rkns W e fwlinK eirk and Jtnr, ! up. oaW n cfceriig Wtrt with l)et rrsulta. This is tfe expericacc Thr cliac- B1 earli Then Trousers TV ci t First Worn. To irar. uwi j ALEX A VDER& MAXWKLL. of UioiinaiiiLi whose lives hare tweu saved i I.. LA GoliE.ii B.ZT3T. 1 Tri-1Hot-- j . by t)ds Wotnlerfii! Ve will give good bargains in all lines lo make room for our Spr Mrs. J. V. Bhvidnml son, of tlfa free at Mixire ft Ltnd rum's drug.Store.l rABCCAU, KV., JB. 181U, 1 ". . middle-care- d 1 1 Is generally known to U3 stock. The goods must be sold and will low enough so any . V5t. .Tn5nt,, "Vn lira vieiti:nr tliplr " tradition," that breeche3 ,...,... ......... 0 ..... men, by v... AGEXTS FOIi THE FOI. LOW ISO COMPANIES: can buy and be satisfied in prices and quality. SWEEP1K3 REOySTSONS. began to pivo place to trousers during relatives, Mrs. W. C. Johnson and Tho performance, of Mr. Ed1 iirat decade of the present century, we JHisses lioaider. . ID. Having flnislieil taking Stock, tho Hoehn's Clomedy (Jompanj', anTBrlSD A1TD SH-Citv ounced for this "tl-- " '" ,V:'J1 we have mangeraieti our annual but it is not generally known that troupers were actually worn by London l". .. Mr.. Willie Millard and sister, """"u.twnecessarily postponed tor clearing .. ril(EK!X,of Hinfurd. Conn ; I. NC sSHIRE Manches' r, England; HARTFORD, Sale, in whitch we have exquisites in the latter years of the last Hartford, Conn.; INSURANCE 0MIANY OF M)K1II AM: KICA, &c, &c, gave a sociable at 1Ia11' ,s JHiss rJstcII a . week or two on account of the made ruormoil3 Reductions on century. " It will be observed." says n HV., mw.,. Wednesday evening, ifr1- ASD TUB writer in "Arlia' Pocket ilagazino of Whioh wa nrn,inimr.r.d a n.not on- -' absence OtOIte Ot tile leading our line ol dothinir, Overcoats Claadc aud " rehfinrsnl. t Blankets, Quilt,, FJanucls, J.in serie?, volumePolite ,Literature," now joyable occasion by those present. , 3, lS-"IVIliTUAL BENEFIT LIFE OF NEW ARK, N. J. "from the nipins tirp in "?,, . There is no excuse, for rich or noor. to ...i .t....... ... ,..;u i. dracriptiou of a dandy, published n ,ha i. - soys, Woolen Underwear, Lalie Hill UV ll l" Ofl, . 171)1. that trcut rs were then in 0FriCE,t Moore iv. Landrnm's Drug Store. deny themselves the comforu and ,' luxuries illlll ter, and more enjoyable for, the Wraps, and mmc (imperially on oui in of medium or fine Furniture, at the prices fashion, and wero considered as a ridicu- and i?Iioet. loui ailicle of dress: 'Advertisement which Stepheas & Maxwell arc oflenaK it. public, when presented, iltcsprve Stock of heavy Uoot his Company a ' Wc have a large Stork of above Extraordinary! Lot, iat Saturday' --The Mobile aud Ohio railroad us,ng welcome. ful t joudrf, and they must be closed out. niaht, gupposed in tho lobby ot the new company will take charge of tho DEALER XT Our loss is your gain. Come ear- theater, an overgrown baby, who arrived . .... c n..;n suai oi, t ..: iiiuiUM-KUiig-. 4 n.u tiiiuio An VntX to lone Hcraplnc i. Z P 7 ur J- -. ly and secure some of these Grand hut two d.tvfi airo in town from the J3 T T ? t rt" 1 d jeeuruarv . xiuu mii give ui;u Edward Shepherd, of Ilarrisburjj, IU.f country. lie had on a Bargains. . over ' company a through route to St say -- Having received- eo mucn .' coat, with cape hanging Dtnentl & MAXWELL. hid shoulder; a pair of h'u father's Louis. from Electric Kilter, I feel it my duty to' iTCYAVnri breeches, which reach down to his know it. Hare "" i We 1 too large a stoc.c ol let Huuerine humanityn ray lcg Kelrht piir pv?! S!B! rssgt E35K3! EE "3 R!3ai nrr n had a running Mre Tho Republican in the House ankle., and an old whichofhehis grand Irrl! rrr.zrp' zi V. i:3Ji H converted ft 8. i Mill "in" "I Clothing, Overcoats and Heavy yeans my docnr told ie I would hac to voted almost solidly against the piaiiima's Ht'ectacle, Tie had on his r. AKD i- -tf si PATENT i i intn an . u 1, jT r 111 b bh r Boots. They must go at COSt. hive the bone raped or tcBainPutatoil - II a, 'd a . u ii ra m ;i ilpVolviii'llii i,.0CUtll bister's hijrb kjii hat, and his hair .gjg. : j used, instead, three bottles of Elec'ric RU-- ; V 0p bj m, i Wow is your time to bin. ' and ?even boxe Buckieirs Arnica (lucs on the Secretary of State cut so tnai jou mijrni ownc m ten AHul Enppertf can Alexander & Majcavell. SaWe, and my lgis now pound and well." in the event of the death of Pre- - liaro poll, laughs a great deal; does MEDICINIES! few faehion&hle oaths, but Electnc Luten are rold at firty ntB a threo A proclamation was recently bottle, and Bucklen's Arnica Salve at 2k. sulent Cleveland, only tlim.i. Dcm- - swear a how to write bis i ame. AnIlaTing purchased the entire stock of Furniture and Undertaker's Goods, from Ihe oernts vntinir ...... ...v 'Ph.. not know .. k Jssaed by the Mayor Of the City per box by Moore & Landrum. to Grand Old Party bus evidently swers hadthe name of M.i3ter Jackey. "Mote of the late E. T. Gardner, or Washington, Washington coun-- , only sixpence a week pocket-moneAs he .a. asm it is feared he is detained in tytKaB8a8, ordering t)ie closing F,th.KaiMUifcb.)c.ite.A.sKW.w,wVeuuiat ,Vi Vw" ," ,8 a.KD rckoning; if !or chance dc some cakehop for hischeerfully paidso, of skafing rinks inside the city! --The largest audience ii be death of its sue all demands shall wcr? j3 aebfzzTXwtviBi.v 5jv limit tan th irronnd of immoral, tmn h..nt. r7,r.ld intn tlin opponent, and to ,.i;.. ho is restored to hi disconsolate ue arc enabled tooflVrto the trade these goods, at prices which no other houses, that Inure TOILET KRTICLES . .. , . :V' r.J-4 -- ffTiWRy : frWUMMM49.'l lir.L-P- t ""- With ercctiv tamieitrtn "V ' parents.'" Burloquo advertisements, hu;M their goods regular, can meet. The stock is very complete, and comparatively uuccm-moas the forexoiuj;, --Th riewpostoffico law pro- - f new, shotving nil the latest designs in artistic and desirable goods. Parties wishing to L9?" "S,.,"!?." i "tl.o lottery of assassination fcuch in old magazines. were not buy Fine or Medium Furniture, will certainly neglect their own interests if they fail to &c, &c, &c. &c, &cM &a Courier Journal. vides that wheu persons receive " ......,, see our stock. We not only show the niot artistic and latest designs, but we j( or take mail ueiongiu j to otuers irininiift vi ii!i - ifr:iiti iiv'iiiim ill How Mrs. Hayes Tried to Ho Stylish. Ben. Thomaeson writes word from any postoffice aud do not cor ureii anil uiiciHit.iitM uua null last ALL rect the mistake, they are liable, occasion lt was demonstrated who lIiat the Kejltuc! Prcscription8 filled at any hour, day or night. King night belL after 10 o'clock Speaking of iho arrangement of ilrs. colony at W tbilt itccoinplialicd p. 31. to a fine of t500 or one year's im- -' who have superior advan dogs can Iiroo!:sville FIorhI consisting of ILiyes" hair reminds mo o' a conversa- . ages tho fainiHes'of s x; w bite, J. W. tion she had with one of her friends on nrUonmeut. i iii.iiiii-.- i uorman, iiiiiimii :i ii i in til" many articles, our price which ahe Ihat on a money We " r" : " A .s. dortlau, Cant. W. the style in a.sfced her ifdresed her hair. considerableprice differ bycan truthfully aertcan" actuallygreit you iroods at wholesale sell 50 per cent. We Her friend she always wore and former uvo variety of eutorta nraont. Onoj. Turner Zeuo You' ' y R any Furniture Store YOILCAN BUY a profit, and tht thousand people witnessed thei iIali am Jos. iin,)h!ir(rnrf mi. it i that simple style. " Yeis" said prices, and then have Kentucky, can is more iudiicements thanHickman headquarters to make I lay e, "and for oiler. We or performances ot the canine troupo erallv 8atiBfie(i with t,lciJ lnnnt?nn Sirs like a fright with aitgood reason. ar-1 hi West Tvnnef"ce FURNITURE. Wc cordiallypropose an inspection. Mens Arctic Overshoes at $1.25, for LOW PRICED invite l..ok crimped or u " 1.00; which exhibitc(lattiieoperahousothatthecol(I Bnai niilieil all t, ' ranged as most ladies dress their hair. Ladies Parties coming in at niht for Undertaker's Goods, will find J. T. Stephens, or Jas. ; " ,,, Sj , lastAi night,.1 aud .all seemed satish" Misses try ... o,i luua til. v: I did one davhave to make a chaupe. It Darnell, at Montgomery Houe. .. . .. 1. 1 smm ,.v4 r l.X I vli..',- - n.wt r was since 1 " o cut eynuu u u ai ueuwic Tt.money 6entei.tainc(1 nn".u " CWldrens " that tho trees arp House. I sent forlived atr, the White STEJPr-IHliNr- S & MA-XTVELXa ard ,From the lowest price house iu, worth. Iho show will Lo repeat-- j hHled anil tImt otherwise thought I would tee if I could not have The old, popular aud always reliable Hardwarehotise of night, and itCseems! thi is saiubrious. fd my liair arranged more stylishly. 1 lllvvrij mm mt j;uou ituimoji UlUtDUJ CC .LirijLiVriL'JlV IxVVl lliUU. wish you could have seen me when the who attended last night will cause was through with me. 1 Ccnfederato Bondholders. aye t;osi," the house to be packed. Vill cx- looked anything but styli-I can asjm Bt coming up and Bettling your accounts hibit at Hickman, Thursday even- - The announcement that English sure vou, and I immediately proceeded Has a splendid stock of the very best makes of all kinds of Hardware . , lo take all down and arran.e it nivself - A"ol " "of Confederate bonds hav "W vj--w' Hi olders W41M Ul, VI CIW TUU & in my way, ami I have ! settle with aa officer. which are offered at organized to obtain recognition of never attempted a &-- & xchange biacol? r. ... me PLAUT BR03. & CO t. ..i o..... . ..I..: ..i uiuu-- oiiiie r.,. T T:i.s.t!t "r,-i lllt'lrciiums uum ' SU I much Government moved his bar k.b v mvi i.n, u. 4J. ailtuarilbWII. ' P11KI'1L'U linrn has lfexcitedtlmt nv. Joe Sohm has ST.LOUH 11ARKEP. 'I i:trt ber sliopb tho Laoletlo House, died in rmlucnli, Momlar.w For" "T w .',,..;;. ..". i i,in Wiieit. -- No. 2, oflored at S7o STOCK i OF GUBI8T11AS GbODS, where he will bo dad to see all some years she was a resiaSiit of , V" ."i ' '...' .....'. Hay. Suiitly prune. $11 (JO;; hil 80c mixed, and that the very lowest tho market justifies. All goods guaranteed to UK ji.&U ; fancy choice, $1:2 ."iO. his . be exactly as represented. oue who WIBIIC8 a mcOjCOOU, ciorai acquaiiiuuicos nero win DffSrievoil :i. :; a3oc. .,;,.. ,,, mv.i.miii Cok.s-- v h LIVEi STOCK. -KINDS OF LAEfPS, r. l.n;. .... H- - lino n en n)l innlllinilllllllllinnnr 1..': 1...I1. ri HUIH,.l, onCattlk. Good steer, $4 50 to 55.23; procured one of ihe best barbers She was the mother of iFs. L. L. v niearnncc of au earnest deuvor, as Mr. Kullcrton is regard- common. $3.50 to $3 00; scalawags, 31.73 that waa ever iu the city, and all . Underwood. BOOKS AND STATIONERY. ed as one of the ablest lawyers to i2.7o; milch cows, 520.00 to $55.00; veil calves, $8.00 to $11 00. lis wks is to give them n trial. in 2Tew York. 1 A.ui-i14 hands, 4 to 7 veara, S70.00 The young people arjn hap-th- e to SS0 00: 10 to 16 hands." 4 tn 7 voars. Exchanges speak highly of AGENTS FOE THE ! $150.00 to $175.00. HARRIED, The best roof for the least money. Experienced workmen employed. novel ami interesting educa- - py expectation of tho Maiqucrailfi Horses. Heavy draft, $120 00 to S140 : builders especially desired as this house will give speand at City Hall, next Tuesday, evon-Ifis- a On the 17th ius., J. M. Emerson and coou The attention tad dog circus of ftof.Xorris drivers, 5&y.U0 to $110.00; plugs Emmet, which is to ing. Good music, beanlifnl nos- - Miss Uora MoDougal. Blanch . . cial inducement8.' Correspondence solicited. lO.UU 10 C1U U"J .1 . ... lBfcnext xuurs- - tuiueb, aim cciuiing loKnarnn. 0n the 17th intM S J. Graddeck and Hoo3. Butchers aud packers paying exhibit in UlCkmnn, J?. BKtiV AKLM -u Wlss iua u. jok. , idui i?o.uv w i.w 5rU 1. Moore can be found at the Laclede House, to attend night calls. J day aveiUUg. iiniiiii viwiiwi, Q && turned out of bib lodging and installed in a miserable little room absoImp. a nil. introduced in tho houso as a cultivated ear, for which to lutely without furniture. Tfo met a Fulton Court of Claims: resolution providing for an investi Tl.ri Uey aU(1 tuno ar0 cxiwndcd. friend ard said to him, "Lend me a ADMIXISTHATORfe. orittinit nf llin!m..... answer. in ,... 1I1. for?" manr tldSS Which it 13 chair." "What should was thoashamed V. P. aylor, Clerk, this day. ivv " My dear sir, T mso;.;....: i. be bo many v. Inch, if ?. 1far-v- t5produced a book containing a lilt COI, ' it if burglars should coiro into my room." r m 1'hnty and of admin strators and executors th iim,,. . Tmod,ty, detract from , M..x i. ti fwteiitmcnt nud happinois-tl- mt of this county appointing, with a couinuitees A.w 4.(1111 i (11 ever on A BonEitiAt of Ui find water was ....... tSlT ,ar7Zn "i.r. ft w I V. r "i ac-cor- I l IN t'i " 1 - pr-occc- Iv . ! - fH-in- s t e . jan-cuhio- n, re-nar- Watch-make- r, PXjlA. TTT -' j. K? '. iVnltxthsTtl'S 1 - hr c ' rlip-nnie- to-it-- -- -- ttiu-Itlvu'- ta-e- s ! 'U. u. w 2PXsiofc lOass. cfc s Oo. JTTA--. f Vt -- '- m-is- i i - i di-u- i ciiu-ojit- a e nflfi?f3 -- - By-ma-- K-Rn- n fcef - ,n m 1 -ii-.l . - go-ou- t -- - tax-paye- rs nt ART )u-- w-u- bv-i:ui-- ly v I Z-- IK & i ,t I - - post-offic- 1 ,- - V.V.-.- J.-.v- . l'lli-s.'-s- t. Wins. JENNIE GABDNES, t ,.1.,, ,. ! i j - fti-- i r -- .'. - - t ll. -- a.-- 1 - Ir,-a'd- anv-b;-d- y. - j -- .: Ii-- r traceries - ! ! . cli-s- -- 'l -- SSStSi" 1 !l.h - - i re--ti.i i , 1 v I pi-rio- , INSURANCE. mm r ecclt-smsti- . u -- 1 f fms Llf I A13 I41I1E iANDBTTM & DAVIS TSST TIME int beit -- it - Ij'-ovry- , i : - J. AMBEEG'S SONS? ; ,. "1" llll-IVIWI- fol-Icvi- i ; J. W. GOWG1LL, MX-- - .... o, IT- - light-culore- care-esdlj- .rTT" T3T3TrTnC!' WJ TP-ap-t- ?. rX-f7- DE.TJGS, - aflrSil Trusses ooera-claH- d. cr-wn- ed n ta i J .1 L ej ei v- BT -. , s H ' n.. tnt ,Jll -- .. i B n-il- y, PAINTS .-.- i-.. -- .- . uu.jym..u.., ""-i- -i ": ?$ "!" T&lohJ?J" ... , AT A HEAVY DISCOUNT, "4 a iniiri ; 5111 .! -- ; IB II Ai PISffi, w -- . i i..,0 bair-drcse- .. every-America- , hair-uress- er h, " t.;- - sff ,Zp olacMr3in:ery rrri - ..: i u . J KJa $J snriGai ".,.:"", in.i ,..". ,.-- ,,. II oust - fL s psara. J. -- PRICE , A it. WHITE SEWING MA CHINE ZPHEscRiiPTiOdSrs a. speciaXiTIT. j A 1 :--s ti (T jy- m V M flnSI yisd .'A.3 1,-- . i' -- ' r i M ml T , ..i-'- . v.i.vr"j-"! , - P r- s. - 'Itf " - ., jumnfflH.if.'HinrtrwmeBn t - . w . BFHI6iaiN CQUBIEB. Hewmu. and Taxation. With n viow nfhclpiiiff Hie, State out ,tS fi"a,ri-i- l ' strait, Auuitor Hewitt has nreparca suumutcil to the Legislature a on i that will make an entire change in our re ouue and t is'ttion system, . 'j j f ,h) Thu llin -- ffiu r ac s 5t i4 ' FASinOIVABjLE Dr. Sell. Pancoa.st of supreme court of the Tinted November 13. decided that., thei a,.i;,,i ravoii nrnviilcs for tlio. a i.roii inn it i.i.x ;..; ;t iii ,i r'r'ut." .tjtin.- ,. .. w... is now up .t&.. ii i .. .. As the silver question ...- ..i .. -- ....... 'rtii oiumiucis nmiual appointment by the County thor oit miny important works h ,..voc iintiOSCU U Oll tt.l for iltflcussioii, a littlo iiit'oriiiation Qourt of a Board of Supervisors also, says the Philadelphia Times or commercial travelers by cerconcerning tlio operations of the ai-- j for eaen county, ono Hum each a groat (ab,i!iit and is rppno..; i tain States are unconstitutional. present coinage Jaw will lie oi SHOP. North "West corner of Moecow a leading School in all matter of education of Young Ltdies. N0 other pcIiooI in msjiristerial district. This board ninou" scholars of the occult & ' Tho ease in point was that of relresh and uetothe uninformed who g.Mior- Pnrenu some examine all written coin-- 1 ences nil oer tlio world at ono oV vr.n;.r vs. the State of Michigan. ISthe South since the war has had so great success. auurees can trust tlieir children to anil Troy Ateuues, East Ilickma Ky , shall the memorj of Saiisfnction guaranteed. ' ques- - kom.mfee on plaints against the assessments' the greatest living theosophists Wallinfr was a uhisky drummer 1tst,' "rilEh aJ steady working. l'orhbtral terin, aHy keep posted April. DR. WfE. WAKD. w and the State of m ie treftlv:i the names and uuihormeo on mystic and ui from Chicago, made, add to thetax-lib- t lions . under me coiiHiuf.sHM in " I it u'efriveasjn- - nf Hip tiprsnii. omit ted.' :unl ronnrt uritw-- ft)i;ili.tin 1,... . JJ,, jR , Michipan wanted to tax him $3U0 jaio the coverumeiii ii:ia jniiruaf- - cry iow unann-i-. v,...W,,-5 , RplinEr ins noons witnin ner ounces ot silver, 0pbis ()f tJ names to tho County Court ed 177353T4;. with t,c ';m..-,.. con6jsts the ,.;ii. section directs that constant correspondencene -- n... for THE BARTER GROCERY- eadiuir theoKmdiiRtu liorders. the revised statutes oi ? 5? for which it IiaR pHitl lit gold, or ui l0f ,,;ItrPI S,atc ""i'08,nS such an aa- currency redecmnlile in cold, the ',iJrtnps the rate tho County Cltik bhall make countries, and is b.iid to iir-- i hae tielt,,at .Tho . mti..!.. " i.;n 4irnn'i" u. J. iL MONTG02JKRT, Aim. sum oir ?i.,iwi,.i--ton t.'m f:aM.Hi. Tf s...s an annual eopis of the Assessor' t books m)st aiuaoiu Miliary etaut ol sessment upon an no kci goous MR. to hia friends and ibe puMIe kt bullion tliero had ue.on coined up XAK oi-- - VIf 1II1.,.Hv.h Sim of is at pruseuf. testinjr the aceursiev mi; m;i"iu m uin wise iiimi ,i ti... . liv Pamuio worn uuii-- j ouiu-n- . hr ka oprned a new and fre '.tlII7 - '. ' , to the 1st of this month standard pripirt. nffj f slitdlbo i the footings, recapitulate the ens? t and the mjsiie. lore of the Walling took his cate to tho 0p all kindi of Family Orocieih, vhitk's to tho amount or Oo,(iOO,- - levied. The .i,r,',.te amount re-- 1 same and show a genera! aggi epate Jabliiiicnl scholars, wo, Michigin, and was will sell as Ion as Ihe lewtsl. Ht le ! i,.lci. reine court of 000. Tlio law compels the gov- - u;jeii from ,,fs dy al all limes to exchange Grocer if fur alieost ti Solomon's time " be dis- - in uunclndiaii. Tuis there dueeted to pay the tax. lie (Corner of Jackson and ""Kentucky Streets,) ; caf b prices for Duller, Epfr, Cbickei,'oT uiuiiiii tnlmted as f.iis- l no completion oi tho tner proies lor me (Mideetion ot eniuiriit iu IIUI..U.ICU current appealed, and the tinned Mate-any kind or marketing that Ike famlnf not Jw8 than $2,000,000 worth of ,;euls jor tjlc ofi certain taxes b the I i utity aud e.vileoftho sun in L'l!.J- - will i, snjireino eourt holds that oni friends may bring in. The highest av nilver tor coinage into eiiver dol- - tho r. ceuts' for tho Circuit Cleiks. ,the eulminntion and iil in nil congress by an interstate com ; ket price alnays paid. lars, and the. average monthly nKI, nr- ,i,.. K;, ,..:'.. tj,?i,iI. :md I'JI The ninth section relatcR to thv nrobabilnv nmrk ili ,.,.,1 ,.r i...t,non hi w can enforce a drummers J..M. .MONTGOMERT k BRa product of the mints since the; cents tor tho su.j70 tiff t'! rum- - colieutioti of taxes bj the Sneiitr, world. From luyv until tho ear tax such as that imposed by An of 11the act1. has been 62,-- 1 I m s,.!irmiQ. real He is ordered to collect tvis 20.7.1 at bust, tin vrmi.i K i.mn and w hieh h anon the statu- Ol'BNED, with now STOCK, out and out. Fine, Blylifeh RKJS for hire. 1'" i no 31G.847. ...,n.i.i. e- - from aud after Feb .,,i ! 11.11 aii nuicia.ses oiX.Kiiver illlll ,.,.t....i IIY !ll I ."II I ear. cotisi win tiioiM.Du ;.. .t. tes ot a uiiiiioer ot Male?,, jiiih JUST reasonable. Patninage ,oln ited. bullion under the coinage act are j c.npt liy tiV. sl)ui l)Cgnhject to and proper penalties are provided most wondeiful in ctitious iR belie ed, nullify SALE AND LIVERY STABLB so decision will, it made m open market at the price t!,N;Jtiou. Ue.il cssiishall in for his failuie to do so. lie has that man ill have the tho drummers' taxes in all States. sccrots of in trold in the elude a which silvcr-liriug- s lauds or liaHUhigs andI the power toI. diet raiu from taxes tho universe in -hin trrasn and nt. oct30-lS. . . . .. . & .1 mi t. . " $l,fjO i Kiwi a ,i ..i '... Loudon nmarket. . &tlm . , l,,c,u, v, '(other tiiinir eivrted iijniir auieu one, nun it uieru oe no personal nun a ueg'.ee ot lu'elliein'o thu .. . . KENTUCKY STREET, - i iuc iaw iirtcai year me muh mu j() pjuji. IVsonal estate shall in property, mni lew on real estate will comprehend inuch, if not all ' 'r",n ,"' "',' '' "' constantly on hand foi klr tars 111 the treasury uuunieivd ..l,,,!,. ,..lM. (:i,.1 s:i ...fflSof ll'U'l- - and may setl the same nf'cr ad r ii iuv Mi:i m iiif pnsm-ii-i , j yesterday gave The I.igi.-daturKEEPS gale 105,413,122, and there is near this Prt wheiher ta!ig!ti!ear il.g'- - tini'ig u onee a week for four and be' able to inert or one of its regular exhibi HOUSES, BUGGIES amd HACXf. weeks in the county newspaper, oercome most, if not nil, tho in- - tions of '"how to waste time." iiuiiiotr in uio (leaMirv at inu i.jp Having purcbased Ibe stable, ? treasury ot the present time. M'lin i.vnnnrtf n I'lw. ii uieie, no one. 11 not I'j iiiiutuu and entire ontGt of W. D. Planat t iii.it iiueaicn ins own J.HH u.iuiiki: ui inu Legislative A"v IV"1'V".' "Wnffc tllslt There are alfBut forty millions on the court hoiibc door, comfort, welfare, or oxi.stenee.jbody is more than 61,000 a day, ojl States, the j hand-bil- l "o propose to continue lbs bnsiittf, aad longing to thelfnnt rertaiuly nutiuore than fifty mill ; Coiuinouwealtli solicit patronage "Kentucky, If no one shall bid for said land, All mankind uillndvnnee wonder 'guit'that doesn't make any dittcr- ofT ions of tliC'dblinrsih circulation , tironerty ownejlj i ; tirelybyihoSIferin'nuitiTttrunirEatiiostiinotnillyaiW Yesterdny the momentous Tlie Fall Session will conmenoo Icounties, cities, ail-- ' tfiv, mai foi the nuim, oiuoingiiie ainotiut and po.er and the lacmtv of ac- - ouestion ol appointing a page iii-r.y- . in wliich is necessarvto ?iri on the.of tax due, let-- the 2 foral-rqu'iin' wealth tar heoud auv- - came up in the Senate. The mat- W. DIESTELBRINK MONDAY, AUGUST 31. 1SS5. county, city, tising. The Shentf may also col- - thing of which the imagination can ter was so important that a tie - go eminent of Tlie report concerning the forote was the result, and the Lieumillable orjpmJzation and damna - .or town. Paid': school i, and anlecttax bj attaching money due now conceive. Men will not onr And Continuing Four Months. Spring Session Commences oue leai iiotice, no ano 10 dieeo r gold whereei icnjni iio einor nan m cast uio ble plans of ii.u socialists in Chi - propeitv of b',1nnts"' aiums, mliiitl. r . . . . a 'I'M. I. !..... I. .1.1 I.. ....1.1 cr :bge, .....1 16 luniivu lor iioini iu ii eibi.s, our u win no longei have ' uecuimg ote. i uis oroum f cago is pirobablv greatly exagger - hospitals, 18S6, MONDAY, JANUARY ofchurcht, to tho, the bid. t hisleetaud tor over ihe bame value, lor chemists will atir IIeir ated an d sensational, but 'that .the proper:.! ....! ... ....... X.t. r . . . oui-ir.e. bo able to produce it. J t will he in hour he spoke in tones of thun , there exists a strong onrnnuntion value ot tfju.uuu is TIsv Kpw ,l5isT fitsw. space Continuing Five Months. .as common as iron. Ideas of dering eloquence on the subject. herein shall he cou.strued as Of dynamiters iu that city seems NOtrouble Io name all articles, to show coods. Phil. 15. Thompson, Sr., proposes' value will altogether change, and The spectacle of Senator Berry, is repoited that exempting any pro pert which is to be true. It The courpe of study, thorouch primary work in EriKlish branches ' used for gain. a change iu the qualifications of men will be able to adminibtci to who tips the beam at considerably matics, Lntiu, Cireek, iueludin" the Natural Sciences, Elocution, Penmanship, Mathe - andome and see, at the earner of f Hook- and Moscovr Avenue. East German, these dynamiters claim to havo on Hickmr, Mf LalieHlienicri. The Assessor in listing proper-- jurors as now required iv law, audi meir wants without the Mini . over two hundred pounds, waat- - Kcoiunc. .Music, Urawmj-aiu- l ith which to hand 9,000 bombs , . . . .. . ! t at tspecmi attautiou is ueToteo to the preparation of students tor college, aca young accomplish tlieir purposes, but tv is empowered to swear wit- - j nas introduced a bill into the Leg- - amount oi etlort now required- - mg ins migiuy toree on uio ques-- j en for buniue-t- u nesses and. compel them to testif hdaturc making a person who cai Such, in a geneial wav, is the in.' tion whether a page should be six-the statements enmiiifr fro:a Ickk n I . dicntinti nt tlio liont nf liiiinnn n f. teen 7?rsi ,. , answer ttti liillim in ir niim.tux.c ,, ... .... f:tis old or not. blinds back .. sensational sources jusMfv the! concerm.ig the v.'ihio o. tt:il ,mmmmtm .i.j7,ii'ioa, lairs m the existing ccle for the memones ol th3 college tleuating JgrAKILY is a great deal tate, and their statemn.is mut competent nnror; that there of blow and brag on the part of a bo put ii writing. )nprs of i: "First Are on related by afllu- - approaching ear, according to bociol. t3 TUITION or couaiigiii;,. calialiMii and hrnptnro us inter-to few agitators who have no settled! land who do not ie !.- m tie H. O. onutj in which it Hea N,all uir- - or detei.lnnts, or persons alleged p?eed l Dr. lmcoas purpose other than making them52 00 ( DAVIS' OLD STAND.) Dot .liii.kers escape g.nt, not Jo-- Primftrv I'upiio per uirntb... '"As to tin 4 00 All kinds of ear l.yti." said Dr. ncue thcydvsure it, !mt Ujcniwa tlio inHfrTll"!!'" v .... i..iMM(,IMIl,M,tii,ltl(ila(l.ii selyes dreaded. The body of so- -' nnh the County Clerk v. i.h u wiit-- ( to ha o been injured by the oi- fiotiots ara ciii unt i n a nx-- v nfl t p.n deRcrintioii of each tiact. sitiil cusos charged? tLu btunmfh are on. 500 P.iiicoas:. iiothiiii? is so clear as ik"orthoy hnva STAPLE AND tAMCY GROCERIES theBe direful threats. and thev em - Should they not do so ihey are! "Second Havo on been con-- ' thatit will be a ear of great pro.-- , UHl'4l i . ;U PAYABLE 9IOA'TABIY IX AlVAXi?K not less than ucted of ft lony m or oat of this penty, particularly in this conn o..ieqm--. u u. HjnhU tucv nt but tibfttieallv disftlaim imv connection i subject to a fine of s t hitl thnt sually kept in Ss B. O. hos, t i try, aud especially to people who or iu.a' t J n. iituuhd iiitr with the recent dvmimito exolo- - 20 nor more than IPU tor each Coinmonwealthf i ,1 Am r9 fA I K.vu 113 "Third Have you formed orev labor with their hands. A groat! t r i . t! fun il .tu n, '. J. n thoa- aiona in Chicarro. Yet a few des- - tract, and SI for each 9100 of the 3m FANC)' CAADJJSS, r3A Hickman, Ky., Aur. 7, ISSfi. wtil-- 3 aruiSi perate men have It in their power' Mduu of the land. The term claim- - ' pressed an opinion from the state- - many people are not aware of the IniKel. '1 MNCKjMZAAT, ' !iof lav itnusuKvl v..rjswa ol fJJBKXMS to do incalculable damage, and ant includes a husband in respect meats of u party or witness, or tact that is nevertheless true that i the public will hold the socialists to tho land of his wife; an eecu- -, fiom reading or hearing icad the there has neier been a time iu tho CRXNBEliV.ISS, 1I0MJNY, GEJf8 as a body responsible for the ac - tor administrator with tl.e will an-- minutes of the examining trial or h'story of the v. oild when the Irt- borer, tl.e mechanic, and the man tion of their desperate members nexed ; cur.itoisaud trustees in copy of the samo? T U 3B H. respect to tne lamioi wniciitnoy, "Fourth IIae yon such nlivsi. and woman who toikt m any oo go unrebuked. who lu'S C30!SW0U22AL use il or mental defects as render on cujiation were so- comfortable, so as sucii nave control : those hav Kugar, CojQTecs, Soaps, A &a oiv.tn or well provided for, so indepeidl-- , ing a life interest, md agents hav- unlit to dischargo tho duties of a ill He Won't Do not be undersold. ent, and so raised iu social latllB, Living :deasand live issues. juror. ing the power to sell. Witi pay full price for Ballet, Bf, AS Ell! I OF Washinqtox, January 19. The Tho Assessor, after having a "Fifth Do you or did you stand as they are in ihi conntiy at thci Mmc-cJJ- ts O.laa.chlcm. nRd Die President, in conversation with a list pf all property required to be in relation of guardian or ward, or present moment. Never nt any Republican Senator, said listed, as iu the preceding section master or .servant, to dofmidnnt.ni' time in any conntn could n work-- 1 V... JnrL-l (Itta Wrr-tT - r (j "I am led to believe that the ma indicated, bhall requite each per- - party alleged to have been injur- - mgman purchase so mucii loijlusj of i, . tne a '.ai.;jgH Reprtsenia-tFOR . jority of your body intend. to in- - son who has iriveu a list ot his ed! , money. Unf the jcar l.SS) wil but bMtpt. ol tee Seuto. t Demcei.lic - in . ..- - . . j ..n uiiiL I l.ll ..i ',!, rnt !! tiir -Urn imto.-tlie 3 ,s.N,I, fin i'iU rnn omili nnncnin.. " Iirttitltln ili('ii . .... ... himl 4K...4. a isuaii gi c my rcasous property to State audi I oith thei a. I iu i. ktllt l4rri w... ..,..., t iru illLU VVUOtll'IC .1 i: i' u. Vtrr Tae ...I for suspending an officeholder atlamouut'of hi dchr wlr, h are Re- - tious convictions that on would advancing the foi tunes and frel- - t . j tf'.n uj. ii, t .vlT.jj Weekly Ccorlcr-J:urna- l uie lime i nominaic uis successor, cured b iccord lieu. a .d the As-- , not on law and tebtitrony reu;ii a ,are f the poor and ludustrousi I must inform yon that I shall do scs.sor, iin larrypi forward on '.erdu-ni- f guilty, whet, the ofiense all over the vtoild. but especially! ii tl. ' t t ilf u.w'ijr pi in .y it a f t in en. mint f rLi!tib. nothing of the kind. Xoiuinations his books the total amount of per- ib pani.shed with deathf in tine couutrv." ! ot r t!i t I. ..n ,t fa t i It- - tsljrti,!c n aro mule by aud with the consent sonal pioperty assessed aguinst hitin aiinr, "Sev onth Art , ou an attorney ojJi i i utlir l'.r, iud ii b, the kokm of the Senate. It is fitting in the peion, shall' tleduct the at law. jiractioing physician or cf t'.s al.rrt rite- - oJ rorretrm,, tem, (a th .u.irv. It cf : Ht' frora such cases that the Semite should amount of his debts. Auecdot8of Josh Billings. minister of any religious denomWoHd. lltMt.. i:redr tt jrar b Eftfr ni.ali of Serial .i.i.ia "!! have all the information they a false ination? If any person shall S'eiin t.j hd p'l'uUr regarding the man whose Kt::tfmr!it in rofiiril tnmakesiinnntit "Eighth Have you any such! IIi ) r a UeiDe t.r Jat.n.rr ' f It o a'tfetfet Po!UC8l end Famllj . T..I IliM . ...... -, - n..kl..:. - l.iiniNMiir n'jmii'ja.M!in!8"Ca5C""a& .. . l. on a passenger train bound for prbitih!fMh?v5raKriTOr sunn, inr - if .. mi .I LL... t....vu " . ouio. prevent ou from " 'ao Weekly Courlor-JoamAud mum' u fins by old homo at Lnnesborough, Niftr MANDyACTUIlERSOP ",ak,M? !no Ci.oufgtlon crar.Tl;cai- l"oh:1 taxation, or to any deiri defendant a fair and impartial Ou train were several ctW the iucj uik uouijiuia junncgo luai whatever for tlie purpose of avoid fiiu.r It v' w r t- belongs to the Executive alone, ing menial tiavel'ers, who, to whilo, - '..nt If a '.rl ... t. to ui , t- id taxation, he sh.tll bo fined not and their request will iu every iwav the time, proposed a gamo ir. . "it n : i r grfnt in n rpn . Robert Toonsbr. Wife. in . orrertn", f lnft aiiM sii' muijuui u tlH " . ofwhi-'t- . A foutthman was want-- ! case ue denied, mat is tin? po- uur-)ipayment of three times the aniouni It :111c. nt riilulu n ... sition I propose to take, and I am of ed, and a geotlema'n, sitting near tf l 7) ul. Iliifirj ;" Ci,t . on itb .Mr. roo tubs' married life was a is tax upon his estate. The ofI i Tl... was requested to take a hand. C1'C ready to abide the consequences." fender shall be entitled to 1. xtl IU !U ck bn witl.iH.t it u, TaUe tbe j,. l,nM. a tiial beautilnl one. Mrs. Toombs wad "No, I do not play. But there always his tender and faithful is by jury. FREE PJ?EiYinjXS. . t A Iargc ReduoUoti. an old fellow who is a cap! tail A I 3t o .r Stock in State and national frieud, his relief in biekuess, his ..i......., .... iiiiii ..,.:..:.. n tii.l (Htvrirt bails, oi ifr,.4 lirii'r tnil t N C Ik Jronirrenkrort Capital. I. Niijvi !) L. jiiiiiii; iuu w. (in iipi'.. a r.j, ,.t fv tl ,, - j ot banks, and otiier institutions of joy in neami, ins partner in his "old fellow," who sirt dernnroly on" !' CSIfM a .ui. . vp of Ui,) C mH. Mr. Xeale, of Grajes county, loan or discount, shall bo taxed good fortnne, and bis comfort im I n i oar Pr s ju SnpptanMH.t, it: the sent iu front. ar ful tut r prrniusi5. j aj u.:jk,.cmar nas introduced ... the house a "iin.bviiiiiiK to iio iv.it iiiuc iii the derail circumstances. She never "Good p'aer, is he ?' said the vo reuuee me numuer ot petit.pi-- J same rate as real estate. The had cause but for the most tin The rora io eigni to tne panel aud the casnicr ot a name aim me treasu- ihaken confidence in his virtue' commercial man. "T'lea we'll i VI havo bouie fun with old HavReed;" w. . ' clutu f firkndoTCf. r... grand jury to twelve. This would rer of anv other institution where Her neart was- never chilled by jU n . . io reduce the expenses of the grand stock i& taxed bhall. on the 1st day too icasi luuiirerenec. recoiviu" jand according ihe quiet, farmer- - iTIij3si.h .... bi on tjr.9 raluitl man, m tr el :us U u sr.t u a p;t j.nt Ln, jury and the petit jury of July of each year, iepoit the nothing from him but his tenderes't like passenger, the vo'iiy tune, SslSCi ZBT wa n .l.f..i.. lH whose cheek was Ins I'm one-thirThe Auditor's report true cash value of said stock and love. He ever kent alive the' Ii , """ i, is tiih shows that the State pays S 194,002 pay into the treasury the amount. flame kindled in outh, constantly blandly said : ''My venerable 1MJ (st.i feeaai.,L ,ix cilunnlh IUW ftOIit, iei friend, wo would like to havo you for petit juries and 8o0,2S0 for or tax due. ted by erentleness of affection. take a hand in a game of cards Sunila) , eis n.umt ....""1. ". '. . grand Junes. One-thirCall on nearest Ticket Ageit A Ko of tho Article third is devoted to tlie kindliness of manner and depth with us, just to while away the . ...... tmtline ajsnt. o enj : ,Jri by O.Sff .8 former would be G4,GS7 and .wuriuu, i'ai a cixi lorai at n.!, U3uluJ ifi... h taxation of railroads. It provides of regard, and thus cherished a time. Will yon oblige us J' irit la or cobuuo:i.o. t v.F(l Or Address of tho latter is $12,571, that the President or chief ofllcer hoi light, t,hat cheered and gladLooking at the young man in I'Qraal bu i.j Inral s:-- In jrr W. R. Jonrs, making a total of $77,253 per an- of each railvy company or other dened Jus hearth and home until DEALZlt i "nT the face a moment, "old Hayseed" .ifS'. "'1 rVm "T fr.of --'w'i Con.nw.rn:. Tass. Agt , Calla, Tox., v "atfat. wikb num. He has also introduced a corporation owning a railroad ly- the last hours of his life. As rt All t,l wrtptum enUr, sho answered. "Va-as- , we'll tliero in f.r outfit., uuipl bill which so changes the code of ing iu this State shall, iu the month became feeble from age G. P. & T. A., Nashville. practice as to require but one jus- of July of each vear, return to ho could see that her and disease about three hours.'' Tei. RUGS, MEDICINES V. ?.'. HALDSMAN, FRITZ. HELLNEB, T.Agt., Uickna.. cheek was my tice of the peace to sit in exam- the Auditor, under oath, the total paler, that her smile had a fainter "ion dont understand, L0CISVILI.K, KT. ining trials in charge of tho felo- leiigth of such railroad, together play, and that her footsteps iiagg-wit- h friend; wo want you to take a B1CKMAN MARBLE WORKS 3HC3CC ny. As the State pays 311,96(Hbr the average value per mile ed with a weaker ring, yet he found hand' the stand of corn is very "Ya-as- , examiuing courts, this bill, if it thereof, including engines, cars. (on her cheek a bloom of affection, good oncominon handsome." ST PRESCRIPTIONS CA Rh TJ l Ti C0MP0 UNDEDI HICKMAN, KT. becomes a law, will save a largo depotgronnds, improvements, and ia richer dainablc than the bloom of The commercial man was annoyproportion of this sum. other real estate. A failure to health. His smile irradiated his ed. ''Speak a little louder,'' sug3EE make eaid report shall subject the' home, Hoar's Presidential Succession President or chief officer residing1 features threw beauty uponof the gested the gentleman in tho seat of the choben one bill has been passed by Congress, iu this State to a fine of 81,000, youth, and kindled light upon his behind; "he is somewhat hard of DIALER IS the hearing." PAllK. and is now a law. This puts the ami 30 for every day after the forehead of his children. Many "My friend!" shouted tho young Italian and Americas MAaii succession in case of tho death lut day of August that he' fails to! great men aro retired and distant fellow, ''will you take a hand file said report. in domestic life; many are absorb- M0NU3IENTS, TOMB AND GBAYJ in a game !'' of the President and AT IiATT, Shoubl any railroad or part of ed m business or their studies: and "Ya as, game is oncommon plen ou the Cabinet officers, com- a railroad be in the hands of a re- are unwilling to be STONES. disturbed by ty; ah you want is mencing with tho Secretary of cti ver, that receiver shall make a the ordinary occurrences of life, - - AT. MAY FILL D, receiTed a fine lot of Aa "Oli, go to the devil ! You're HAVING Italian Marble, I a A GOOD'EDUCATOR , State. If Cleland was to die, return of Its value before the 1st aud are seldom communicative and as deaf as a post !" and tho man Iu Active I'racllce Since MircIi,IS77. THE FAMILY. pared to fill all orders. Call and tz 9f Secretary of State Bayard would day of Augnst, or, if ho do not, pleasant at home. Gen. Toombs of cheek subsided, amid the laugh- ur work. WILL practice in all the counties of the Auditor shall order it done at ever showed tho fondness and, .... nf h; nnmn-nunnOrders from the etnntrj ToJtW w. ..... U.. ........... ..... be President. Thus the danger of tho cost Appel-lm- c Judicial District, and Fresh News and Choice Reading 05 all Subjects, the of the company. solicitude ota man wno seemed i When Lanesborongh was reach-t- o FirstCourt? of Kentucky. in tbe , Republican succeeding a Demoa The Governor shall,at the ex havo no cares for others on his ,. "old HuvfKMui" nroso toTIflT sqitlfJ-l- y cratic President, or vice versa, piration MARKET REPORTS A SPECIALTY. oflthe jTrlirilliTItl'butsuro his family. COLLEGE, part, when he quietly handed his for the term to which the people ent itaiiroai Commissioner?, and card to the commercial man. who elected him, is done away with. Liberal prcmiuin&qficrcd for clubs. Send for our premium lists. Accnts CLINTON, KY. uvcry iwo years iiieroaiter, ap IT is annOUllCed frOIll Yasllill?-- i ent ,rli,m in hi co.it mill in n imp. wanted everywhere. Address, . point, by aud with the cniibent of ton that Speaker Carlisle favors ' ticular comical way remarked: H. Spring term, of six months comsenoM T. TYLER The U. S. Senate, or the tlie benate, a commission, which j tho free coinage of silver, but 'Young man, when you travel THE AMERICAN. JANUAUY 41b, 1888. part of it, has been try-iu- g shall be styled tho Railroad Com-- , thinks tho dollar must contain one your cheek, don't got hayseed on ATTORNEYS AT LAW, in Nashville, Tenn. Faculty full and competent Gorer to bo President, but Mr. Cleve- mission. They shall hold office' hundred cents worth of silver, your e cs. beo t ' ment rigid, yet just. Patronage solicited. - - -'- KENTUCKY. land has quietly and in a dignified two years, and meet annually on' The present dollar contains about The young fellow glanced at the IUCKilA J. H. CALLOWAY, Pr. Tho subscription was way left them to understand that the first day of September in tho j SO cents worth of silver, as tho card. attend to all business entrusted office of tho Frank "Josh Billings." HOW TO SAVE pNEY. WILL care. Saddlery and Harness tke people Intrusted him with the iorc. mere Auditor, at correct bullion market now stands. they shall Josh got off the train, and tho OlHce Furniture Factory. duties of that position. For 20 and eqiialize the assessments of Montreal was on the 13th man of cheek had to find a seat in nov8.'7S DEALEU IN years Kepublican Presidents gave railroad property. scorched pretty scvorcly. The another car to escape the "run" We are Wholesale Headquarters for al grades of Aiticle tourth rolates to turn- loss has been estimated at half a on him by his companions. 11 the offices to Republicans, aud pike roads and other corporations. million dollars. What with smalluow thejhowI because a Demo- Tho AND ALSO. pox and fire the city has had terstock of tnrnpikeroads C. Jachsoa St., opposle Courier Office L. Nation:!! Alii. cratic President gives a few offices be assessed for taxation at shall rible experiences during the past Nets, Seinex, Lines, Hooks, and alklnd CB2WW, the HICKMAN, ui rf Ky of Pishing Tackle and Sapplies, at a bar to Democrats. IiiokkI rate of six percent, per annum six months. ATTORNEY AT LAW im C!nrlTlII gain. Groceries and Family Supplier geB WELL selected stock of Saddles upon tho net dividend of said Washington correspondent and erally. Harness. JSew work Best Washington opinion de-- f ofThe Nashville American states! Collector, Roal Estato Agent and will job to dealers There is a scheme on foot at roads. the "L only at Factory Prompt attention jiten to made to order Washington to admit both Dakota Tho fifth article is length v and r"Tfn..;, Tr prices; alno the HICKMAN, KY. i: Uhatapollof the new committee W. and Montana as States. The pro- is devoted to the license taV Tho OUpVUClVII on education reveals the fact that EST Will attend promptly to all bus ject ib a compromise measure, one tax on license shall be, as follows: this session of Congress. East majority 15 opposed to the Blair neSs entrusted him in Southweateri being Kepublican and the otheH Ou a license to keen .1 tnvorn. Olll llllillltiltlO UlUllUUOCII to iot ,ulj,;il Jl litllU iUltlICi Ull IU UIU Keni,ucliy and Northwestern Tennessee Dsstil Scotch ad Sucerisr Scotch Snuff, of ankind. He haa .. n,i i .Democratic. 010; if with the privilege to retail Ui) on liiu auiiaiiou. ajuLii uuususi same communication he remarks: Specialattention given to the investiga TK man, Uncle Bob Parrif titles, and the purchase L, h f . mlt uquon,N.,U; if with thepnvi-- - of Congress are. opposed to it 'Hon. A.J.Caldwell's bill, some lion of A3fD J. The Legislature has passed the lego to retail spirtuous; vinous and I Ro31 Estate. d WW' work. TJan8 the best in the market. We also keep ap"?1" w ho has taken think, will be successfully substi- 3le of Gu liew Constitutional flnnrimtinn constantly on hand a choice selection liquors, $100; i a lioenao S the Senate, is tuted for the Blair bill. It proof Dili. lift It'iSeaid the new bill ia .... person to IUV.I1I n;..u. rt,.t ""V. distributing the proceeds one ot me youngest men in tne vides for of public lands among framed that a majority of those j vinous liquors, sale JJ)x? A.. A.. ' V" tl n1'1'"01- - Senate, and lie is perhaps the of the FAMILY GROCERIES. voting will decide the question. Delivered to all r4irtBo! the city and Ba" .:t '..,. ,, me oiaies, ou uie oasis oi illiter"' -- wi4"i man liquors, S50 COXFECTIOXERI ES, handsomest. AflD SURtiEON, PHYSiCAN oct30 The duties of the Assessor are A PJLKA8AJX RESORT. burbs. acy as proposed in Jefferson's secAXD FKUITS, At municipal elections held outlined m tho sixthWrticlo, and TnE fathers of Congressman ond annual message, and entirely HICKMAN, KENTUCKY in Canada, women voted for tho are vnro I'nmiipaliiin.i. FRESH BEER which we will sell very low for the cash LOWER and LOWER. 0Q Phil obviates every constitutional ob- Among Taulbco and his Professional Services to flrat time. They took a lively in- other chantres l'lense call aud see us. jar ami Tobacco of ,he hJ b J" All ki nds of Groceries hams, aides, . in exiRtftii,oo im Timmnsnn are both members of iection The Federal Government .....-- . Patronajte solicited. . . the citizens of Ilickman and vicinity, ." . HI"", terest iu tins elections. as cheap as the cheapest. I will not H i is directed to FIXfcUA A IkBOW. will have no control over it. ' j an ar . , eommeucclus official ' the Kentucky Letrisli iture. S.4 BOY H-- lf i- Kilter Dollars. ,7 Hint hite. His be returned to the County Clerk, tax-hook- s " inu.. S i. . 1. .. 1 "T I., .v.. ..T. b. aoi aro .. .. Tl. n l afi MU T? . r - to1 Waat n,ft -!' fB (.),,.:,, . . - WORLD. o Dram.rs to-da- v T " ...ih19 - Say. Washington, January --The DR. WARD'S mm woh, "SSoTrftJI.III on-pabh- ef'B.ii M ..' .". n -"", j Mip-dolk- rs lew lifts? HICKMAN, 85 mi 0 ll otilin-u-vxpense- s t, KENTUCKY, Mieh-passug- o ft B !: s:i. i. i .! , G. KINGMAN. r' 1 . i'ue. Faris Parker, e uni-er6e- old-tim- e I nui-iii:v- o i j lrroW i, htt it-- !;: I s - &-- " ; uicia-pa,eraiic- ii.iL-nu.rIJ- .! !... 1 . Family Groceries. 4 r- - . , .. ,, fj . . 1 - . ,11?A 1 : JUDGE, . . - , i -- !ii-t- CALDTELI., HAEY CALDWBLL. flrsl-ilas- ! ui-i- v I I V j . , i - it - CASE & MILLET, Ja Peg-W- -- J to-da- y: -- I ' ... .- -- -- ". 5i rI-it- vt .. .i- n j -- ...-..- flit I K-.-t, u--j'- i- -s - 9 NASHYILLEg OhattaiioogsjSLtianta, . I ! -- I i -- t,r 1 I f.--- de-sir- o - ... t;"i lt O sm-- ij -- HIOKSAN KENTUCKY. tti-pj- i.4 crt T , ?L0J?r: " 1 1 HBKTW ECK, B AXTZEETSrCO. Florida sl ' -- r- i I- , Ir i r- 4 iit ! riel. p-- .i ' CHS w.-.i- i.s-n.- , i I). - p- -. 1 Hickman, Kentucky- one-fourt- h J -- l''. THE OLD RELIABLE HOLCOMBE, FAiffl FAYOSITS d -- -- one-fourt- nt ni eh-- nq-;.- ;. , Al MilMWl Prolesslonal Cards, d. j a ONLY ONE DOLLAR IE C. M: -- Vice-Preside- nt , Weekly American , tr s -- : MARTIN T Ite-'pablic- an A.&R. F. E. CASE, plummTTarriss, Samily Groceries; RANDLE. mim mm mm X HJ :Z A BUBUfl GROCERIES -- o L'-md - --.- - -- -. 1 ,J - ,, to'Jd, ! F-AJRI- S. EETHE'SSALOON, Fresh. Meats, jnt c; f JH.fi , 10-1- 80 & H f 3.1 2GK& 4 . " undersold. . JOHN WITTING. 2 M- - fci it. Ijg s & SSJWV1 j 4. C4H i l -- ? J s W i .v.. m mi , ft ..? r ., ! m. ,1 - ' 1 JM 1,