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Wt- PMU3NED EVERY FRIDAY S GEORGE WARREN, B2C&MA3T, KY. Street. Beit floor to Ctty HeIL OKOROE WARREN. Editor. fK k THE HICKMAN 1859. DANGEROUS GAME. A Two-Dollar COURIER. J' 17. 1SSK. EXECUTED' With Neatness and Dispatch. JhJXSEl t Us. BILLS, L21TTSR-- : IILL-HEAD- 8. The Oldest Newspaper in Vestern Kentucky. MICE WmvCKIPTIOK. LS, CURRENT TOPICS. ESTABLISHED HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, DECEMBER TO SING OR NOT TO SING. STICKING TO IT. ETC., , 1 VOL. XXII.NO'.-fl- Ta h' r Tire croji has been a dead failure in Louisiana. CiifnuL O. O.Howaisd cries for defense: for the Pacific coast. One :'cvr York lady lays out 8100 a year on items for a pot doj. .. HuiKiE. fires have devastated 3,500,000 acres iu Texas thL- year. Connecticut Las 0.714 acres of oysUr STound under cultivation. Nixn pearl peas, in a golden Too, make a new hair-pi6xow is lying two and f feet deep in portions of JS'euvilan-pshire- . Lv Lehigh County.Pa., turkevs aro driven to market in droves, liko cattle. PHEStDEXT CmviUND saved about 425,- vv. Hum uis nrst year's saJary. -- Toe Austrian government has prohibit 5?Americnn eanio of poker. orauj-- c , HEWITT'S VEW BILL To Provido for Sjocial Deposits of . Public Jloney, Anil to Anticipate tlif 1'aj nient ot Interest on the UoiJeil IJebt. WAsnixaTOX, Dec. 13.- -In the House toHewitt introduced a bill authorizSecretary 6f tho Treasury to anthe payuieut of iuteiest on the debt of the United Status and to for special dposits of tho public The following is the text of the - balf-ope- n one-hal- day Mr. ing the ticipate bonded provide money. bill: 'Paradise r& In ti'irTIrl f n Chicago has a tobopan slido TOO feot long and Brooklyn one 200 feet high. A iiAN in "Newfound aud claims to have caught a codfish weighing 112 pounds. A kiex Charlestonian is selling samplns of earthquake sand for twenty-liv- e cents. Tnn Prince of Wales has sot the fashion of wearing wide and curly brimmed hats in England. A sCBSCMlTiox has been started for ti c erection of a monument over the grave of Ai thur. Parsons, the condemned Chicago Anarchist, is employing his time in pnson writing a political novel. Sixrr sarks of delayed mail were received at Deadwood, Dak., by the flrstatage after tho rocent storm. Ceutain phr ses are peculiar tocertsiu times of the year, The one that is season able nowis-'Shu- t that door 2" which boastfully call tbom-- e res 'iamily journals," pnbln-- the Colin Campbell nasliuess in all its details. Joiix I'eteh uiciunnsox. Gov rnor of South I arol.na, is the fifta member of his family who has been elected to that office. Di.nD Duijlst Field says thut tho pcoplo of New York pay $100,OOJ annually for recording the surplus words iu their niort-gage- s. , rresent wcrfi. ih Interest upon thea pai.l ly tho I nltnl SIhIhS in antleioat such execs of in'ertst shall be computes at the rau- - of 3 jc cent, per annum, renvcated quarterly so as to secure to tho CnlteJStau-the I iii lit of compound interest thereon Sec. 2. That when such pnj incnt of Intercut In ant clpatlonof tho maturity thereof shah hove hi en accepted by anv holder or tho bonded Indet tcdnessot the United SttC,tho bond bhu'.l he diMinctly stamped aiid properly indorsed, in such manner as tho Sccro try of the Treasury may nrescr be. w rns to show the reduced rato or interest to paid thereon: coupons, if any. Shall bo cut off and nud for the coupons o canceled shall 1j sut 6iitutcd new coupons bctirintrthe reduced nitoof interest, and the bonds so stamped shall bereceivnblo bv iheComntroller of the Currency as security for the issue or tho circulating notes of any mit imal bnnkinjc aodstion t" tho full extent of the par value-otho said tonds. Instead of V) per cent., us now required by law. Sec. 3. TliRt itshall be lawful for the Secre tary ot thu Irensury todcpoit from timeto tlnii with any national liaukitiff association anv iort on of the mouey in the trrasurj not otherwx uppropriute-- upon the stcur.ty of an wjual amount or tho bonded or other indebtedness of tho United Stales; provided, tho whole amount of special depOkits chnli not at any time exceed JJOO.WUMO: ml all such deislts shall to subject to call upon such notice a tho Secretary of the Treasury mjy s fit to prescribe. s That out or any money in the irertsurr uot othci wise appropriated tho Secretary ot the Treasury Is hereby authorized i anuc pau tiiprmtmtntoi UJHIH.UBU so much ot iho Interest on the into "est-troncis of the LTn:tud Stales as shall bo In ciceraol ho rutcor3perent. per annum, by ine pnyjnenr In Kroso of fiicti sum1 In C" Ti rvni itfttfiun n nf""-"-'-oAnd, lor the purposo of acertai 1. ui Section nr-W- (r then-ufte- i nud-th- c f i Sale a! ins Dead Leller Office. TucMusquakio Indians, whose reserva-vatio- n of 13,000 acres is situated about three miles Wast of Tama Citv, la., num ber400. Tiieke is a blind boy in Brooklyn who r takes dictation on a faster thai, any known expert in tho possession of gooes eyesight. TnE receipts of cotton at Norfolk, Va., now nverage ovor 5,000 balos per day, and the season is expected to bo the heaviest eTei experienced there. All the prehistoric sepulchres in Mexico aro now doomed to desecration. A solid gold idol weighing fl.ty pounds has been found in one of them. The German Reichstag proposes to substitute for dueling the casting of lots the !ocr to go quietly oil by himself and care fully commit suicide. Two thousands of flannel havo been given to tho aged poor of Derry, N. H., this fall, according to the bequest of the lute Sylvauus Brown. Alvav tho venerable and famous telescope maker of Cambridge,- - is eighty-twyears of age. but halo and hearty, and works regularly. King Hcmuert, of Italy, has sent to President Cleveland a copy of t e edition of Dants recently printed for Victor Emmanuel, Italian Prince RoyaL A good-sizlhog which jumpod overboard in Lake Erie '. hen tho noamer was n mile oif tho shore lauded in a littie over an hour m pretty good condition. Stale bread may be nmdu to renew its youth and become almost os palatable as fresh bread by reheating it in a covered dish to prevent undue loss of Plowing and skating aro both going on in North Dakot:Q Tno weather this fall has been so dry that tho frost can not get into the ground, it being thuj loft loose for tho plow. Fliktixg with tervant girls has led to the dismissal of ono New Brunswick (N. J.) police ofllccr, and bcveral other members of the forco are awaiting trial on tho same chargo. Tnn lady who did tho whirlpool in a barrel is not in receipt of many offers fron museum managers. There has beoa overproduction in the Niagara navigating industry of late. The King of Holland is an ndmirer of AmJrican institutions. lie heats his palace nt Amsterdam with on American coal otove, and he has his eyo on a tin Califouxia is eaid to have sent 20,000 tons of grapes to the East this season. The total crop is est. mated at 173,000 tons, worth on an average $2) a ton, or $3,300,-00- 0 in tho aggregate. Expeuiexce bbows that iu every caso vi hero women have taken an active part in tho Socialistic campaign their speeches have been more inflammatory thou thoje of the male agitators. Ax iron tower four hundred and forty feet high, will bo erected at the top. of Oxford street, London, to commemorate ths Queen's Jubilee. The contracts have been concluded and the work will bo begun in type-writec, WisnixoTOx, Dec 13. The Bale 'of articles that havo accumulated in the Dead Letter ofiica during tho past year commenced Tho ninety-fivpaged cataloguo enumerates twenty five thousand cuticles, divided into forty-fivhundred packages. There aro ladies' under garments nd plug tobacco H.b'os and revolvers, face pow er. cosmetics and suits, bath towN and dcutLs tool, Easter oggs and men's pants, ladies' biur bangs and eg-- bsawr. crucifixes and a ropo halter, play.ng cards and au infant's wardrobe, ear mull's and liuen dusters, embalming needles .mil somo bottles of tha Emir if L fe, and so on through the list of necessaries and luxuries. to-da- e o seer-puck- er ; o of the congregation. They listened atlent vely to the sermon of Mr. Beecher, and thu major. ty of the pcoplo in Ihe'church did not know of their presence urlril Mr. Iteccher lefcrred to tho cons of tbnire " who were present- - In tho m dst of tho n tome tret urchins xvore heard giving imitation war whoop ouLssdo the church. sor-lno- Indians in Bcechcr's Church. Brookly.w N. V., Dec. 13. A score of Indians from Buffalo Bill'. Wild West Show, in their native costumes nnd wjtli waving plumes, wero seen in the pews of Plymouth church yestei day morning, and tho savages behaved as decorously as the other m rs Slew His Sire, Ihe King. d St. Petersburg, D.c. 13. The Snt says that Gashau Khnn, the ruler of Cound-skouCentral Asia, and England' stanch t. friend, wns rer:st! murdrel nt t'ao instance of h.i, hou," Sander Khan, who is England's sworn enemy. Sander Katin is o making preperntions to resist the vassals of Eng and should they attempt to interfere to avengo the death of Cash-mer- Gdsann. Scnalor Smith's Suit. IXDiAXAroLis, Doc. 13. The circuit court of Indiana has rendered a dec sion in the sua of State Senator Smith aga.nst tho Secretary of State to prevent b.m from de- livering tho returns to tho Ivcutenunt Governor. It snstiinod the demurrer, and tha case will probably be taken to the SupreniB Court. A Girl larco Number of Note Heine Converted Into Ton and Tut Into Tho Question of Catholics WarbCirculation. ling in Protcstnnt Worship. Cincinnati, Dec. 12. A new wrinklohns been resorted to by the counterfeiter nnd shoverof the queer which is calculated to Archbishop Kjan Says That They Can Not Principle, and Not Is an Hstiibll-tie- d deceive almost any ono. Duriug the last Council. Derreo of tlif Kecvnt three or four years the business of cou nter feiting bank notes and greenbacks has ba come very dangerous aud almost impossiPhiladelphia, Doc 10. A Cincinnati ble, on nccouut of the paper of which tho announced rency is manfacturetL The new chemo dispatch published hero cui is to chaugo bill into tens, and that Archbishop Elder had forbidden it is soclcvorly done that many small shop- Roman Catholic vocalists and musicians keepers have been victim The dodo to employ their talents In Protestaut has been worked successfully in churches, and intimated that tho promulthe Thiid aud Bremen street "police gation of tho order was the result of an accistrict". Several days ago Lieutenant tion taken by tha rocent Plenary Council r ilehemnu discovered one of the bogus notes. Tha bill had been altered in held in Baltimore. Tho attention of Archbishop Hyan was called t the d an ingenious manner, and at first sight appeared to be geuumo. The figura 10 had with tho request that he would givo been cut from the imltntion 10 advertise of tho meats and carefully pasted ovir tho 2 on some information of tho action thit t on the question. Ilo roplied too greenback!. To still further decoivo iiiouncil r iii linovirtlcr uo discussion b id ixi been had on tho aubjeoUsit.avak.lou-- J established rule of tha Church," he said, beyond recognition. A woman named "that singers and Strieker, who keeps a e.gar store at bers shall not usemusicians who are memtheir talents in other COS . f Vine street, one took and I the changed notes oterday nnd churches merelr take it that Archbibo Elder has inude this announcement carried it to Bremen street Station, whero to cal' tho attention of tho o who mav have the jiolics took it as a basis upon which to disregarded tho lequiremeuts of heir ofact tit searching for the counterfeiter. It fense. The priuciplf well etabh',btd. and is has been ascertained that a larga nimber the Church deais with this offensous it dots of these bogus lulls aro in circula ion but with others. Of course, if we have m mbeis tho police can't tho men w ho a. e dowho desire to sing in other cburcbo. they ing the work. Tno Utntbd Stnta-- i feet liberty oilluvrs will take ho d of tho matter aro nt peirights, but to exercise their intho moment atouce. It is thought that the crim.ua is dividual llioy ceasa to bslong to thv aro ocated romeuhere m this city. Tho do so Cutholic Church, and can on y tha Roman recleverness which they have shown m doing turn to it in the samo manner as those who luo worx muicato that they nro lor other offenses have been removed from who Luow all about countel felting. its protection " Concerning the decree reUynn. that cently issued by berealter thu Catholic ch nties would not THREE LIVES LOST be allowed to accept money raised by bkl s, Hy Inhaling the Cms from a Stoe Inadthe Archbishop said there was nothing ro add to what had nlroady boeu published. Opt-n- . vertently Cuicioo. Dec. 12 Mrs. McClure and her 'The Plenary Council decreed it,'' he K'Ud. "and I promu gated the order. I must degrown daughter aud son were cline lo express any opinion of tho notion . In by coal gas last night ut their resfteu.-eof the Council." tho suburban town of Maplevvood. Tbey closed nil the doors nud windows tigbtlv MEXICO AND UNITED STATES. on retiring nnd forgot to replace n stovo-li- d after replenishing tho ptirlor fir Mrs. Tltc.tdminlstrutloii Orj;uii nvircfirCrcal McCiuro appeared to havo fallen senseless I'rlrndship and Desire for a Ircaty. while trying to get out to the opu air. , Dee. 10. A Citv of Mexico special Her daughter was lying lifeless across n -chair a few feet from r bod. Tus sn to tho Hemld says: JJl Partido Liberal ( Administration organ) says, in its leader was on hjs kucos t ho door, nud evident !v had becomo unconscious during a that President Cleveland's measagj btupttled search for the knob of the door. shows tho American Government to bo well disposed toward Mexico, and that it Shot His aughler for a Burglar. seems reasonable to supposo that tho Pittsburgh, IV, Dec 12. J. C. Hill, a Government at Washington has perthe magnitudo aud importan prominent resident of E igowood, a wealthy ceived cfmmerc ai Hud industrial relationst of the subuibof this city, mistook his daughter of the two countries. Assuranco is given for a burglar and shot her throu5h tho that Mexico feeis herself attracted by he neck, inflicting a d.mgeroas an 1, it is generous and progressiva mtere-t- s of thu country of Washington. Hopu is expressed feared, fatal wound. Mr. Hill malo collecthat the citizens of tho Uuitd States tions of about S5.00J, which ho took to hla not interpret thj patriotic spirit of may tho home to keep over night. His in recent who had a bad toothache, nro;e early thi. Mexican peopleindicating international toas morning and wont down to tho library ti ward the Natiun, with hostility it is which the lire to warm herself. Her father hearrelations ing the naiso. 'bought burglars, were iu tho hopedmore intimate may becomo y. uioro nnd Tno anil friend house, and taking his revolver, fotl.iwed Washington evnrvsivl her down stair. When ha reached tho belief is will modify th'it th regarding the Cabinet its ideas door of the library, ho Qred, the ball pnnc plo of extra terntor.nl jurlsdict ou. str king his daughter in the back of the which is maintained aKo bv other Civilized neck, aud jwssiug to the frout. The vonng nations. It is also said thai this difference lady Js iu a cnt cal condition, and her of opinion on a legal point wil not preju-dic- o father is almost crazed witi grief. ho preparation of a new treaty of friendship and commerce. The ent re article is cor .ia m tone, and c irrcsiond A Frightened to tho sentiments of Min ster Maris.-al- . Citt or Memo, Dec. 12. Yost- day The artico may bo taken to express th morning, whilo a hoarse-drivwas taking views o. Pies dent Diaz the body of h man nnmed Hermandvz t Ericsscns's Latest Invenliori. Dolores Omet-r- y, he haard n weak vo oo NEJTJaaKX. lhvr. callin". "Senor! Sonor!" Ke still drovt inventor, who has been exrierttniu on, and tho voice lvpeafd: ''Senor.nvhero nro you taking met" Theu h- turned back, ing for fifteen years with a view to utili-iti- g and found that the dead man had brnkPii the heat of tho sun as a motivo power, open h.s coflin and was 'irtingup look ng aiuioun es that lit has dually ptrfocted a him. H gave a yell and fell In a fnnt, motor, cost ng but little nioro than a steam at nnd when he the corpse had engin. w.th which, in hot countries, nn Nothing is known of tho fugitive's amount of work can bo obtained wh-'would, in no year, mure than r.pny ilia extra cost of tho apparatus. Ho hopes to interest capitalist-- , in tho invention. Bold Safo Robbcrj'. New York, Dec 12. George Iliuen's Carried Off by Cholera. liquor saloon, in Park Itow adjoining the Decvtcb, Ino., Dec. 10. Tho hogcholeru entrance to the Brooklyn bridg was robbed of $1.'JC0 early ths morning by buralars that made it3 appearance here in Septem; ith unabated fury on ber still continues who hid co ceuled iu the building. The bartenders were fastened in the.r what hogs aro l6f t. The crop of hogs is all room over the saloon by nn iron bar, nud sold or dead iu this tiart of tho county. the burglars drilled tho safo in full view Farmers usuully hold their hogs here till from th street and in the glare of an elec- tho first of January before marketing, but tric light, Tbey mixed and drank ssveial they sold what did not die half fattened, or ns soon lis tho d.sease mado its appcaiunco glassos of liquo'r while n tho saloon. Th robbery is ouo of the most daring on record in their ueigb!iorhod. Tno ot. mated load by cholera is $DJ,C( in this couuty. in this city. I'lt-narto-da- rnrther Confirmation or the Finding of a I Diamond Field at I'uduc.ili. Evaxsville, Ixd., Dec P. Tho roport of Tho Financial Aims of tho Admina diamond field existing iu the vicm ty of istration OutlinocL Eaduuah, Ky., has received further confirmation ia a letter from W. 1L Seagraves, givig tlo result of tho examination of specimens secured by him. Mr. Seagraves says in a letter to Mr. Eichel today: I told you that I could not be mistnkea to as tho surroundings and your gravel bed, Tho presence thereabouts of the lamKated granular quartz rock, called italcolumuto, of tal-co.formation, was good ividenoe. Tha gravel dejio jlLs also aro composed of quarta pebblos, united by ferruginous clay, nnd iestont4 coso clays, tho whom being tho debris from' talcosa rocks. The specimen I gatbitd havo lieen bubmltted to several ROodHMogkts nud lapidaries and thov are unalCASWMB savin? thatthestonasarnchr- -' houkWednsideiaG.o wrtoe. A laoildarr fnen 'tmino is novv8guged J.trdxesiur MR. HLVNNLNG'S POLICY. Som Vovel Propositions Advanced In trie ltepoi t of the Secretary of the Treasury g "jl'ver, and I ted action of Taxation DIsciisseiL Dcbt-l'ayln- y two-doll- ar non. Daniel Manning, Secretary of tho Trcas ury, is a heavy document of nearly twenty-fourthousand words. The main features of the re, port arc as follows: 1 THE riXAXCE3. WAsniNOTON. Dec 6. The annual rcport-of- , TUB SILVElt (JULgTlOy. o' Tho report ln opening calls attontlon . ehange ot front of Groat Britain nucstion. Kor years thoDri4sh GOvernihent, .aaa msisteu on Kcopins ncr own prewr resarumg luc ciiotco ot rnonoiary meiat to-th- y by Us IncomparaWo amataes among tn peace, tana nations oi mo eariu ". and liberty, so long asfffW'.on pleading infancy and swaddlaln mciiwHH rags tu victorious energies. It Is thescj"! need release and liberty. AU our rolstte ttaxatlou may be Jjjivehavo made a prison mado en casygarm obsolete contentions of it, plastcrea stiflrji protection nnaAteade. about 'l?reii trade' aeeu wi-- r describes the inter-nal commerce of our i It applies to the Of no other irrent commerce, ono wita i Seea not apply to our sovereign wafj and man now living trade wttn lorenm ; will ever sen "ir auopieu ny mesa erce with foreign United States inl from tho founds- nations, for taxes ve ever been one tionoiims uuni ae, and such they chief source of ' will aro Taxes upon istcrnfll-revenu'consumption, Jtej -. auM.sround of laxes; bid for taxation ts cholcd amotf" .fere produced at novtaccircnB home or c lor neither tho ty Bavs the tax. uoeri F0ETY-iTIiTT- H C0NGEESS. Second Session. 3 tn-doila- j flttv daaki3t.1 &lfVfeV(iMl su-ve- on Ncrab specimens,. tBwv v ' U, Rf JV " "" V V J fc " probably visit Pad can in thra spring nnd of tho deposits." make an uxtcns.vo Iho letKr has caused cousidiabla my aro tatkingot and bait ilie excito-mentfctre. myitfcoveries. una a geological party will "A'ashixqtos, Dec 7. Senate. Cheney n.) was sworn In in place of Senator Pike, deceased. Bills introduced: To retire lega1-tendand National bant notes of small cerdenominations, and for the issuo tificates; to exempt from duty 'imported molasses and also imported lumber and boards. Mr. Morrill oflcrtd tho following resolution: Besolvcd, That the promlso of making any rev sion of tho tariff ia a spirit of fairness to all interests, nottotn-jur- c any domestic Industries but to promote their healthy miwth so that any cbanjro of law must bo, at every step, resrardf ul of tho labor and capital involved, and without depriving American labor of ability to compete of origin Jt&The SI of collection sno successfully with foreign labor, and without suantlon is.whero imposing- lowo- - rule of duty than will be .are paid at last; sea- - an pic to cover any Increased cost of prc4iio-tlo- n which may exist In cousoquenccof the ore aiiEC m cost ot higher , rale wages prevailing In this counfrrceat.-- and alike try, appearsof po obvlouslv hopolea and Immercer oruistnier practicable y es himself tntho V1S OU LrV that a-- nt further attempt at rc-nrm-f nRr-- jt tn rvtntrnvo-... ......- - . thn r CI taxes. uou"! ino KT?goinroTtiin! dgti rwfcui, ;: (X. er -- ? w of-co- a -- ..-- -- -. qcj . uothinsbut diamonds to night Death BnAtOOtK, l.-i- t Secro-bervic- o old-time- Jrt at the Curve. Pa , Dec. 0. Iho Ins lino on .he PerJihyivuUiU ruilroad going east lat evenicgcamo thi.ndenng itround a short curve ear tho depot, striking a party of four young people, who wero not aware of the nrprouching tram until it was upon them. Br t McCarthy and John Tools wero lilied instantly. Ibeir bodies wero terribK mangled ami cru?hod almost ! on way and ond recognition. Barhnra Festut Cook, the other couple, wero thrown from (he tiacli, but escaped with slight cuts md bruises. Tho parties w cro residents f Braddock. Blown to Atoms. Bos-ton- h-- o to-da- j, Siioar, Pa., Dec 9. A Beech Creel railroad engine, which had just left the thop? and camo to a standstill near tkesiation here, exploded this atternoon, killing Phil. II. Knight and Jamas Wearne, engineers, and Al.en Rurassy. fircmau, andJ. C. Field nnd J. H. Stapleton weio seriously injured. Th body as gathered up iu of Eiguittsr Kniulit small fragments, and the body of the firenNo badly mutilated. The bodv man whs of Holds had bseu thrown a distance of fifteen hundred feet. It is thought that thciteam gauge of tho locomotive did not work properly, cs it only registered HO. JcniEY Patent Infringement Suit. Chicago. Dec. 0. Herman Roger, a citizen of California, aud Louis It. Roger, a citizen of Europa. through their attornays, began a suit In tho U. S Circuit Court to-dtgainst Herman and Julius Loxsher, of" Chicago, for $.7) UOO. The plaint ffs claiai thnt in ISVs thy invented certnin machinery for treatiug h dos, which they had patented, and thay aver thnt tho defendants have been making aud sellluz av and using their iuv nttou. Sew Hcarse-Drivs- r. - er ID.-Kr- ythB - the this city thnt their rat erf for preannounced paid steerage tickets ty New York had been reduced to $15. No change w as mado in outward rates Tho Natioua. line, which keeps a differential rate, has reduced steerage tickets to $13. The ugents of tho Anchc and Monarch lines aio awaiting lutluctioxji''rtitA-.!v4AfxiiMlt,itv.uik.u;; any change, but will undoubtedly cut iate uiiion, Iiunnn and Cunani lines to-da- Cheap Ocean Travel. York. Dec. 0 Tho agents of lrf y pro-pu- td U-- wueie-ubout- s. them-oive- s here yesterday. At 11 :20 a. m. a magimtic needle two feet long, n oved o er an arc of five degrees. The motion of tho north pole of the ne dlo was from a point two degrees to the west of the magnetic meridian to threo degrees to the cast. Th s is the most violent magnetic dibtui bance siuco that on the morning of September 1. following tha What Does It Indicate? Rochetlu, N. Y., Dec. 0. A magnetio jisturbance of great it. tensity was noted i great Charleston earthquake. Freo Delivery Towns. Tramp Mangled. A Young Man's Rash Act. d Charged With Mail Robbery. :13. I'ittbucrgu, Dec Westmoreland Couuty, was anested nt that place this morniug for robb ng tha ma Is. She was well and favorably known in the town, and her arrest cuuscd intenso surprise. PirrXAM, daughter of of Greeniburg, Ida Baidridge, a Bald-ridge, base-burni- e'g-poache- r. Lincoln Fairchiid quarreled with her husband yesterday. Subsequently sho nnd gave a doje of tho drug to her chil I. The child did, but by unremitting effort- the woman's life was saved. It is believed tuat she is insane. Jealousy o a both sides led to the quarrel. - Poisons Hcrscl' and Child. Conn., Dec 13. The wife of A. Job Harvey, a tramp from Pittsburgh, whilo stealing a Big Four passenger rido on the trniu last night, was ordered off tho platform of the bagcage car by the brakeman at Stockwoll. TiVhen getting off the train Middo ly backed up, aud his legs being caught beneath the platform were both badly broken. Tho ma was taken incha ge by the township trustee, and surgical nid rendered. 12. east-boun- Lafiyetti:, Ino., Dae d Marion, Ink.. Dec 10. On Nov. f! Roy son of Dr. Barnes, tho thirteen-year-olBarnes a promnKMit physician, gave Fred son of Lemon Love, tha Love, a piece of wod filled with unpiw-deand told him to otirn it out with a hot iron for a pipe. Young Love did so, and the block explode , terribly mutilating his Lovo's father brought su.t hand. ngaiust Dr. liai nes for ?5,0e0 dntaugos for the injury. eleven-year-ol- d r, To-da- Washington, Doc. 9. The towns'in Ohio klcb will bo affected by tlo bill extending tho free delivery system, passed by tho should it becomo a law, ara: Hnusn Chillicoibr. Delaware. Hamilton, Lima, M.ddlotowii. Newark, Painesv llo, Piqun, Portsmouth. Salem, Steubenville, Tifiln, Wooster, Xenia. Kentuck. Frankfort, Paducah. Indiana E.khart, iAJgansport, Vew Albany, V ncenues. to-da- - m - A Spook-Heanl- ed Wreck. y Palace Wrecked by Dynamite. BrrnuiEST, Doc 12 A box containing 200 pounds- of dynamite was conveyed to - Death List of the Forly-Nint- h Congress. m Freight Conductors' Strike. Lafayette, Ixd., Dec 13 Tho freight conductors on the line of tho L.. N. A. & on deC railroad went on strike y mand for au advnnce in pay, from two and to-da- a ha.f to threo cents permile and au allowance for .ost time, which the management icfunod. Ft eight i rains from ono end of the road to the u'Le- - are tied up. Secretary Meaning Will Stick. January. L it- - c ness in the South; that the colored people have taken entirely to and religious revivals. A defect has bcn discovered in the contraction of the Bartholdi statue, says tho Chicago Tribune. There is no way by w bich a long iciclo cau be removed from the end of heruoso except by shooting' nt it from tho pedestal with a gun. Jonx Mackav is ald to have lately squeezed $2 000,000 out of San Francisco mining stock operators. lie caught threo big operators thort of 20,000 shares apiece of Consolidated Virginia, and gave them such a twist as has not been known in tho California speculative CAtnp in many a year. Tiiet say a woman can not keep a secret, but a commercial traveler is under arrest in "Washington charged with marrying a whole family of sisters without letting one Lnow hi-- ; relations to the others. ilAsrEito, the Egyptologist, says it is all humbug to claim that tho pyramids of Egypt ivero long in coistruction. Three or f ur years, ho believes, sufficed for tba building of the highest or them. A juiLT containing 3,103 pieces of calico has just been completed by Mrs. Mattie Wooten, of Viola, Tenn. No two pieces in the quill aro alike, each one having been taken from different pieces of calico. A iad in South Boston having handed Li teaser a note, reading "Licking don't do this boy no good. Talk to him," provoked an inquiry that led to the discovery that ho had himself written the note. A Rica English lady living in Nice sent for the famous London doctor, Sir Andrew Clark, to come and prescribe for her in a ccout illness. Tho physician wag induced io mako the jour.ioy and received the extraordinary fso of $25,000. ill. 31. K. FixcntK, who farm near Hums, 6u., killed throe horcBtly which TTOiEhid fill pounds, aa average of 8M ly twenty-on- e j ouads 2ch. They were months and a half old,' and were of tfceBIf Guiuta and Bcrkrtlre reede. camp-meetin- on the authority of an old circus man, that siuco the Charleston earthquake there is no money in the show busi- It is said, "Wamiixotox, Dec. 13. Secretary Manning said last night that he had no thought of resigning, nud that his health is improving dally. f Washington, Dec. 10. The death d Repwhich was anresentative Dowdney, nounced swells to twelve tho death Senator Jcncs Injured in a Runaway. tho summer residenco of King Churles nt list of tho Fortv-nintCongress. It is as Detroit. Dec 0 This afternoon Senator Cotrocono last night and exploded againt follows: Hendricks Senof tho building, badly shuttering the ators Miller (Cal.) aud Pike (N H 1. C W. Jon p, of Florida, and his son, who it and smashing all the windows. Tha Elwood (III.), Raukiu (W s.), arrived this morning from Columbia Colmangled corp-- e of a man was found near JjHbn (Ln. ). Bearh. Arnot and Dowdnov lege, wero out riding, when a runaway IN. Y.), Price (Wis), Colo (Md.), uud thiew the Senator out of tho carriage, tho spot, but bis identity could not be ascertained. The polico have not boon able Duncau (Pa.). badly straining his 8id. Ho will bo laid to find a clow to tho perpetrators of tho up for some tune, but oxpocts to be in outrage. Fatal Burning. Washington after the holidays. . . 1 Springfield. O., Dec 10. Mrs. Jacob Train Robbery. Wagner, of Trcmont City, this county, left Chattanooga Will Subscribe $100,000. Sr. Lous, Dec 12. Passengers on tho her house a few minutes a day or two ago, Chattanooga, Tens , Dec. 0. At a pubtrain which was raided by highwaymen to go to a neighbor's house on an errand. lic meeting of citizens Including near Bellevuo Station, Tex., Saturday, While sho was away her infant son's clothes tho Board of Trade, it was agreed to sub6ved $12,000 in money nnd 54.C00 worth of caught fire. Tho mother returned just in scribe 100,000 to tho Chattanooga and Codiamonds bygiviug tht-- to the lsdies.who imo to sea ber child writhmgin the flames. lumbus (Gu.) railroad. This insures the Sho rolled it over on tho floor, but tho bidding of the road via Rome. Presidunt were not searched. Tho highwaymen only about ?103 ia money nnd a ch Id's fe was lost. Tho mother is almost Williuraaon. in nn interview, said work crazed with grief. number cf watches. .would bo commenced w.thin ten days. to-da- y, h Vice-Preside- nt Sr. John, N. B., Dec. !'. It has been found nece'sary to potpono the salo ot the wrecked Swedish bnikSquundo because of the ghost stories told of tho craft which render it impossible to induce men to work on her. Sho is ard to be haunted by tho headless spook of the chip's mate, who was killed by the captain because of BUsnected undue intimacy with the latter's wife. ScntcmbeFlh tHo cnsaUont-tlre- ? and Silver CcmmlsMon. Its" chairman1 prcsiccni oi the Uimct.il.c Lcacue. an' of Us export members, the Financial Secretary of tho Gct rnirt at of Indl!-,nr- e known to sharo ID he b in f that an lntcmat.onal agreement to open he-- nints of lc.iaui" governments to the free coinage at a hxcu rauo of bvth gold and siher into unlimited Ical ter.uer .uney would suffice to restore iho rela-tUdue .,t the two raelals to their oU stahili ty. Wl may be the conclusions of thu conimiskiun, whatever the prosperity of those conclusions with cabinets or parliaments, it3 bpixdnimcnt and character mark u change in the attitude of the Ur.tish Government toward that belief, at le.ist from indifference to consid-tl- o attention. The change is important." The nport thi n takes oa the form of an exhaustive review of the monetary history of tho United State". The act oi Is!T3 did not demon-cl'i- e silver. It retired no silver coin from circulation but took a sure way to keep oil our fractional silver coin at home. Tho act of 1&7S did not rumonitize silver, but it did limit mon C'thit:on to treasury purchases for coin. It took a sure way to keep all our non fractional silver coin r.t home. The method of the two acts Is identical. Kxrortation would only be possible at a Ios on the silv er co.ncd under cither act. In both acts ino!iot:ztion is dented except to treasury pnr- li.it ts. Tho door of the mint is to the public by both acts. Both acts aro innocent of a share in ciuiing the monetary dislocation, although the act of lfc78 helps to prolong it. In paper-mone1573 vtc had cot escaped the plague, and our resumption of the use of the two niti..ls and current redemption of puper did not Login till tho monetary dislocation wa far advanced. The action of the United States in ISM. thunpint; the ratio from fifteen to sixteen, had the act of 1ST! To open our mints lor the coinage of silver at f ix?ern to ono of Rold, whl'c France was colniwr'silver 15S to w as so to say, equivalent to closing one of our mints to tho coinage of silver at a!L Two ratios can not live together face to face, tn the montjy world from that year the United c power, and htates became a gold such thoy have ever since remained, both when they dm intend to and when they did not. " Offered by the open n nt to both metals, s free coinsgc of silver foi into r dollars would stop tho use of tho mint for fret1 coinage of gold by gold owners. It would stop the simultaneous circulation of gold and silver dollars. The gold dollar would bo ala premium and be exported. It would neither restore nor tend to restore tho worldwide use of the two metals in a rated equivalence, whan is the cure for the monetary dilo-catioas their disjoined ue has been its causes. I wiil add but one suggestion, v.hlch should r coinage proi.os.il. As be fatal to the our limited silver coinage paralyzes, so our frea silver coinage at this moment would destroy tho lower of the United States to promote tho restoration of silver to Its old aud equal place in th? monctdiy order." A negative reply is also given to the proposi-Vo- n that the Lulled States continue to buy more than fjai.v.uox of silver. "To stop the purchase of silver ts our only choice our duty ana our interest." The report continues St ping the purchase und comajre of silver ts .tie llrst step and the best which tho United Suites i.in take in dnir.s their great part to repair tho monuuiry dilocat.an ot thu world. Its oriinn was foreign, its remedy Is International. The time is ripe fortius powerful commonwealth to enter decisively upon that international transaction. The nno moment must not !c let slip. "If the law wero repealed wnlca makes treasury purchases of silver, and if that npeal were accompanied by the declaration of Congress that the United States uo.v hold themselves ln readiness to unite with France, Germany aud Great Bntun in opening their mints to free coinago of stiver end gold at a ratio fixed by international agreement, it is the deliberate Judgment of tho undersigned that before the expiration of another Hscal year this inter national monetary dislocation might be corrected by such an international concurrence, tho two monetary metals restored to their old and universal functions as the one standard measure of prh:s for the world's commodities, the depression ot trade and industry relieved, nnd a gtneral prosperity renew cit "To stop the purchase of silver will arrest the growth of that standing shame of our nuance, the treasury surplus. It will put us in the way of ah dishing the same altogether, not by cheating our creuitors, shaving our pensioners, or crippling our but by enabling tho treasury to hold tho silver dollar llrmly in u local jiarity with tho gold dollar until wo can unite with the leading Powers lu restoring and establish ing their permanent equivalence. Another jear's delay in stopping the silver purchase is the lots of remunerative prices upon another wheat crop of tho United States, is another year's stimulus to Indian competition for the foreign markets of cur agricultural product, nnd a reduction of our ability to hold that market against iny competition in the world (measured by a common it.oecj). ' I respeci fully recommend to tho wisdom of Congress thi unconditional repeal of the act of Febru iry EM IsTH." o at'-ve- r . adults clsowK where tho fltfl It Is evcnrwherel vi o shall release w cuter that competvj in- - aisiancca snu the markets and It implies tf J primacy riJChtatinn. t Umetltlon universal. ..wo shall perish. But icllevcd that whenever es from bad laws nnd nnmanaclcd. rivals will LAUOR. cr tut y ion-stalle- d mono-metalli- 6ilver-owner- legal-tende- products, against all rivals, any foreign market. Vc pay to labor tho highest wages in tho world. Highly paid labor slcnlrtes the roost efficient labor signifies that high wages are the most profitable wages signifies that tho high rate Is earned. "Wero trade as freo with and within all tho ununited states of Europo as it Is among the United States of America the great surplus products of onr Industry, including the manufactured, would havo the pick of foreign markets, for the reason that our labor, being the most highly paid and insuring lowc&t per centago of labor cost, would everywhere surpass rivalry. The low wages of pauper labor efficiency, which Is but sigsify least another name for highest percentage of labor-co- st In the product. Other things being equal. It Is obvious that high wages can never be paid unless it is profitable to pay them, ond it can only bo a pood business to pay the highest wages, because tho efficiency of those who earn them vindicates its superiority by the reduction ot labor-cos- t iu the product. "High wagc3 to labor and cheaper product are correlative terms. Low wages to labor and a costlier product are correlative terms. The one implies the other wherever labor competes with labor upon otherwise equal ground. What pauper stands any chanco competing with the intelligent artisan? Tho pauper labor of Europe" cry is a buga-lof except that, ln truth, our taxes favor 'pauper Libor at tho expense of American labor. Its products aro not fenced out by our tariff laws. They come in because wo ourselves destroy our own ea.y power ol competition, even In our home market. By tar iff taxes on raw materials wo fence in our own surplus products mak ng them cost too much to compete at home and, of course, too much to compete abroad with manufacturers from untaxed raw materials. o, war-tarif- of our prosperity, aad Is the guaranty as well n proof of our power to bold against all competition the markets of the United States for every thing we choose to dig or fabricate or grow, and to command and control for our surplus Kow. one nroud fact high wages! AUEIUCAN crceoi uic wonu. established la attests the substance n, tree-silve- "Another proposal is to redttco taxation by cutting down the tax on whisky, tobacco and beers and removing the duty on sugar. "Xobody pays a tax on too icco except tho consumers of tobacco. They are wdling to p3y for the luxury, and they ask no relief. Any probable reduction of the tax on whisky would bo more likely ti increase the revenue than t diminish it. Tr.l price of sugar has fallen to an exceedingly ctehp rate. Our own sugar crop Is so very small J part of tho total amount of sugar wo that sugar ranks next to art rles wholr, uroducted abroad, like tea nnd coCee, in suitat.tity for taxation, on the ground that its coihuu tion is universal; that tho tax is easily and Aaenply collected: that the Ind by the consumers ts an uncreased pric considered tiiT fand icr.t what is taken from treasinto the the ury, not into --A w private bank accounts. e THK 11ESTTAXE3 TO nETAIf. com-pul-o- wage-earner- s, The taxes i ic llrst remitted aro thoc which prevent i.rfc.-Kv- r the sale of our surplus products in foic.r markets. Their removal will I by the promise of betset ter roti.'..-- . ' large the steady employment, incr-.a-.- e and fe annual incomo of many thouwhose prosperity will difsand wu2" fuse pro er'y. Thcso taxes are tho duties on raw mat i iK and the most widely injurious of them is the t ix upon raw wool. "Iresp ttfrjlv recommend to Congress that s of tho United they con'er upon the of untixcd clothing, and in States the order thereto the Immediate passage of au act simply and solely placing raw wool upon tha free lUt. -Of courso a repeal of the duty on raw wool should bo followed by, but need not wait for, a compensatingadjustmentof the duties on m.inu factured woolens while our manufacturers are learning the lesson that with tho highest paid and most efficient labor ln tho world, with the most skilled management and the best invent-tiv- e appliances they need fear no competition from any rivals in tho world. In home or foreign markets so long as they can buy their wools free of every kind. But tho common, dally clothing of tho American pcoplo need not be taxed. Tnt 5iE3 TO BE IlKMITTEn. cr -- House. Bills introduce law in relation to tho amount of U. S. boade' required to bo kept on deposit by National bank n s security for circulating note: for the depolt ol gold or giver coin or as security for National buukcirculatlofor the tellefbrtheU. S. Supreme Court Hiidto expedite business In that court: com cll.njr payment to the Govcn ment for tne uo of public lands by initio companies; to amend i leomargarine bill: to ctmnfre tlmo forbejrinn.ntr of terms of Conjrreas: to prevent contraction of tho currency. Tho Senate Mil for relief of giaduutcs of the Military Acadetnv was called up und passed. ting "tO.CJ for tho ef tnblish-meA bill nt 1'ort Uilcy. Kan., of a permanent Reboot of instruction for cavalry nnd light artillery was pusscd Tho Houe decided by n vote nf 101 to 27, to consider the Eenato Electoral count bill, with tho proposed Houso amendments Adjourned. Wasuingtin, Tec. c. Senate. Memorials were presented nnd bills introduced, lleio. lutlons calling for imiormatton in regard to the oicomargarlno tax; for tho erection of a soldier and to placo monument to ne-rrGeneral Alexander S. Webb on tho retired list were offered. The Houso bill for tho roller of ;ttcr In NcbrasVA and Kansas wa mado a special onlcr for Tueday next, Tho bill extending the right of suffrajre to women was considered. Mr llluir making a sioech. A mcyeaeo from tho l'rrssdent on the fisheries question was received, nnd after au executive session the Nenato adjournod. Hocpe. Objection was mado to tho pasjjif-- e ot a bit adm ttinjr free of duty material for the rebuilding of Eastior-- . Maine. It was referred to the Was and jr Means Committee. A bill was passed certain officers and enlhU'd men to nay nnd emoluments from the time named In thftlr commisd'ons thi Mmn as if mus ercd in at that date-- A resolution making a b'll for tho cons'deratlon ofcertuln naval burcnus a upoclal order for December 13 wusngrcod to. Thebll! extending the free dcllverv system was culled up but went over ns unfinished business. The electoral count bill was taken no Messrs. D'b-M(S. C. Cooper fO ). Kdcn and Adami (111.), mado speeches. Sir. K. Caldwell sure notice he would call tho previous questioa Tho liou?c at i p. m. adjourned. Washington, Dec. 9. Senate. A bill was Introduced for the redemption of trade dollar. A Iter some res o utions had been offctcd, thcSenato proctcded to tho consideration of Mr Morrill's tariff tcoiutlou. Messrs. 3for-ril- l. Beck nnd fchermnn made speeches. Senator Dawes pot tho tloor. nnd tho Seriate, At 3:3) p m., adjourned until Monday. House. Tho bill extend ng tho f ystem was passed. ANo a bill utithorlz Inirtheemi) ovment of mall In rv ee. The Blectoral count bill the postal w as puRt-ewithout dlv sion. Tho bill crcnt-lm- r n Dipurtment of Agriculture Red Labor was taken un and discussed. Pending debate, the sundry c vil upprojir ution bill was reported, and at 5 p. m., the House adjourned. Washington, Doc. 10. Senate. Not la session. Iloi'ss. After tho rcadincof tho Journal Mr. Campbell (N. V.) announced with sorrow Mr. nnd regret the death of his collf.'-riio- . Dowdney and offered resolutions cxprcs-lv- o of tho regret with which tho announcement d by theIlouc. of the death fcnd lcn and provld ng for a Joint committee of tho House to attend tho funeral. Trv resolutions were nnanlmouslv acoptcd, nnl the House, cs arnnrlc of respect to the memo, ryof the deceased, at 12:20 adjourned until n nt o c. frcc-doliv-ers rec-lveH.-Sj- otat. HI'iihBi. . wKc& . Jmm "Vi.'SS-fc-r 9m v AetoM.j!&4 . IM II -- 1 Fell Dead at His Bridal OanceT ' JIaxister, Micii., Dec Brown and Hiss Cora Sibley were married last Saturday evening. After the ceremony a social dance was "enjoyed. About two hours after the ceremonv tho bridal couplo were dancing together, when the groom fell dead with heart-dbease. Underbill's dry house and box factory at Cambridge exploded yestorday morning, iujuring seven men, threo of whom it is reported are fatally hurt. Frank SiIva was badly burucd anil will die. Seven other persons were seriously scalded and bruised, but it is thought they will all recover. $4,000,000 House on Fire. SmiNorinU), III., Dec 12. Tho $4,000,000 State Houso caught nre early this morning. The flames wero confined to ono room. The damage is about A newly-erecte- d Boiler Explosion. Boston, Dec 12. A boiler in Hazlott & Terrible Steamship Line to Ihe Congo. Washington, Dec 10. In n recent dispatch to the State Department Mr. Tree, the Amer.cau Minister at Brussels, reports that the Government of tho independent State of Congo has contracted for tho establishment of a regular lino of Belgian ste niers Iks ween Antwerp and tho Congo. he vessels will depart from Antwerp nt first onco every six weeks, but eventually onca a month. Fatal Thirteen. London, Dec 10 Two containing thirteen, wvro to-da- Record ol tho Plague. Bpenos Avars. Dec 9 Telegrams from Rosano, dated December 7, say that on Mouday tho heat was terrdic, and thnt a heavy rain fell during the night Twenty-tw- o deaths from choiern occurred ou that day. During tho past twenty-lou- r hours theio have been sevon deaths and no new cases. In Cordova during tne same period seventeen now cases aud ten deaths. Prolicide Sentenced to Death. Nehrask v Citt, Neb., Dec 9. Tho mo-rio- u for a now trial in the cuseof Lee convicted of the murder of h s A Broke the Kaiser's Window. man was arrested here yesterday for throwing a stono through tho window of Emperor William's library in the palace of the Unter -den Linden. looking Bkrlix, Dec. 13. A poorly-dresse- d, hungry-- $10,000. r Customer "How much will yon charge to give rue a runiliu, of "iny head?" Phrenologist "Well, sir. you can have a vorb.il examination "for fifty cents; a, written one for ono dollar." C. "Go ahead; just a verbal one.'' P. "Well, in the lirst place, you have the organ of combativencss very largely developed." C. low! What's that .you say?" P. 'on havo the bump of combativeness very large." C "Damcd lie! If yon say it again I will knock down." Prairie Farmer. n ... ... .- 1- - -- .. each wrecked off y Southport while attempting tho rescuo of a crew of a disabled ship, aud all uands were lost. life-boat- Shel-Ienbcrc- er, 25. little daughter, was overruled yesterday, and he was sentenced to bo banged March m m Defaulter's Case Compromised. ho Locisville, Dec. civil suits against James A. Wallace the cashier of the Hopkinsvillo (Ky.) Bank, who was defaulter to the amount of 6U,000, havo been compromised by his attorneys by tho payment of $17,366. An effort will bo made to securo a pardon for Wallace, that he mav be exempt from criminal prosecution. A 12.-T- Acquitted of Murdering Her Husband. Milwaukee, Dec. 11. It took a jury twenty minutes last night to acquit Mrs. Mary Chadek of tho murder of heruusband, Thomas Chadek, postmaster at Deer Bi ook. All insurance companies that aro s, corporations, and certain insurance all of whom have failed to comply at th Catholic Church this morning, startw th tho insurance laws of the State, has away, taking been maturated by the commencement of ed for his home, two blocks as tho shortest tho B. and O., railroad track lawsuits in tho Superior Court-Mroute. B mgflightiy de f, ho did n?thenr an approaching freight train, which strvok Ames Employs Bad Men. and tilled him instantly. CniCAGO, Dec. 10. Theodore Meize, clerk of MiuorT. Ames, tho milDisastrous Boiler Explosion. lionaire coal dealer, has not yrt been proseCleveland, O., Dec 9. Tho boiler of tho cuted for bis 5100,000 defalcation. Mr. Ames discovered another defalcation, onion Flour Mill, near Canal Fulton. O., wrecking tbo building, t small one, by Ins agent at the south pier, exploded U. B. Thomas. The man was promptly ar- killing tho head miller, name unknou, rested. and severely injuring several others. non-reside- Crusade Against Wildcat Insurance. Chicago, Dec 10. A crusado against ito-ker- Killed Returning From Church. Defianoe, O., Dec 9. Mathias Pfeiffer, iged seventy years, after atten Mng mass r. con-fldent- al To-da- y to-da- Took They World. dow frame to, "Hanserl?'7 To tho Kansas Citv, Dec 12. A family named town, your reverence!" "What pro of you going to do with it when you get Foster, cous.sting 650, man, wifo and baby, were robbed of a'l the there?" "Why, you see, I read in tho world, on a Kock Is'aud they had in this train,' near paper that people pay as much as fifty city. Foster had sold his farm in Northern m irks for a window when there's a Illinois and was going to Colorado to setprocession, and so I'm going to sell tle. They proceeded penniless on their journey. It "Where are you taking that ' win- MM They Had in Quarantine Against Cholera. Austin, Tex., Dec. 10. A further proclamation uas ben issued by Governor Ireland, order ng that on and "after Decembor 7, lfc&G, quarautino shall bo enforced again to 1 11 p jrts and places in South America, and all other parts of the world where cholera exists. Another Hunter on tho Death-Rol- l. Three burglars worked all night on a safo in a Michigan town, anJ whoa they iinally cot it opu they Frnnkol, a member of tho arm found bLx postal ftards and five postage days oi rransei a uo., vrnica foiled a few ago, was arrestedlast night charged a stamps, 1 as thoag'u profes-sio.v-. with embezzlement. labor was more poorly paid every roar. proprietor of the Gold W. H. P. Blauvelt Hill Bank, was charged with a similar offenp. Turlington Frtt PrS9, stook-broki- n fce-jm- Crooked Financiers Under Arrest. Vjhgjxia Citt, Nev., Dec 12. Soloron Madisqx, Ixd., Dc 10. Elijah Locfe-rid-g , a vo ng man aged about twenty years, residing In Miitou Townsnip, tbi ..!,.. ,! ii,n iIk nhi.P7 of shot entcriui the lower part of tho abdomen, producing a mortal wound. . from Cuba for lodging. He had plenty of money, but on nccouut of his color could not gain adHis feet were mittance to a lodging-house- . This morning tho turnbadlv key found him hanging by tho neck to tho grating of his cell. In bis pocket was found ?515. Baltimore, Dec A Cuban Mulatto Suicided. 9. A mulatto appli d at a Baltimore station-hon-.- a frost-bitte- mm ala-rrt- gho shot nnd sariousiy wounded Lery Hunter, whilo plavms Joo Jame-J- . is iu jU and will be prosecuted under thu law Toblbltlng tho relating of flrearn TJnDAXA, Pointing Firearms. O,, Dec. 9. August Galhrinfj, Tho public principal items of tender fjw.- notes. 16J.0Oi.(O of three nor cents of O V.IHO of 4'i per cents of 1891, and $733,W)a,aO of per cents 31 IRJT. This has been paid on lour ct nn average of ilOl.000, OJ a year, the jli0ul,- (HO of surplus revenuo being partly used for this ana tno purchase oi surer, "a necuiess of tho .icople's earnings whith the preo-cCongress can completely cure. ' The last of the publio debt subject to call, H,ni7Jil of 3 per cents. Secretary Manning promises jo have called for payment on or before October 1 187. " Kxnplt ymrnt for tho proceeds of our surplus taxation, reasons for delay in reducing our surplus taxation, can no longer be found in a rapid paj ment of the funded debt. Setting aside the vaulsting th ee per cents nnd tho unfunded debt of MC'".0iA the residue of tho public debt has been in such wise funded by our predecessors that S"Xii("j0,O can not bo paid, except by purchase at a high premium to the bondholder, before September 1, T37,77C"UU can not bo paid, lb91, and that except by purchase at a high premium and to tho bondholder, before July 1, l'JJ7.t-O- n after those dates, respectively, but not until tten, those loans are payable, at the option of States, at their face nnd without tic United To pirmium. continue our present surplus taxation, am-- to employ its proceedsnow or for soma ye-r- s to come In giving to the bondholder any such, or still higher, premiums by anticipatory purchase of those bonds before they re dm? and payable at par, is a fiscal policy so annccessary extravagant and merciless to the industrious toilers of our land, fiora whose earnings, prollts or capital arc and taken all the revenues of the treasury, that I can not presume their representatives ln Congress would let stand nny law upon the head of this department such a thriftless task." sinking fund, according to Treasurer The Jordac, tll nUeet the payment of tho wholo public debt, greenbacks and bonds, by the year 19uA rttuMayear after the last funded debt become, iitfl rA payable The Secretary on tils and says that it will bo without a cent of urlus taxation if his recommendations are heeded Besides the repeal of tho ajt he urges the repeal of the act for Issues and rethe mtul jorr issues of ltyal tender coxes. "Coin, not Is, lit for legal tender." KEUCCTiyN" ov suiirLtrs taxation. The tariff on raw materials is attacked vigorously "Indeiu," the report says, "it is roy own belief thst whenever we begin taking off taxes on raw mathe thacklcs of war-tarifolterials such Increased prosperity will ana low to tho employers who drcaft it, such larger nnd steadier employment to rs who nee.1 It, by Increastho ing the sales abroad of our own manufactures, aud by vvhipphtar out foreign competitors In our own inarueiN wai wo wuii r from Imported manufactures dwindle so fast as these not ouly to cois-ie- l the retention oftobacco mos. and lit items of revenue-whis- ky, us back to gcttm-te- Si bcVr but pcihaps to drive millions of revenue from two ceatsa pound much from tax on coffee sndhtlf as government bv- party, rUndcr our system of majority, I the rule of the unbecoming even in a public officer recall cerum responsible an.Urclficplc5S to tho sum and methods of the United tho bUoo. subject to which or people election, too exercise a kiwiul Covernmcnt ftfattS admTnlstration of this the party intruded haus.o it In ohsr of tcr or a century and life w 111 coasc to be the ambition pledges deliberate tho political parties air 253 IprofcssTprfnciplcs tholr leaders. Lfttulaw for a Ttvcil then quotes the to reduta tsxatioD, aai S Vlod-Kcan never be faWlled without BThoso can o;r eotiatry ever prout We taxiiUen. Kor " thu public DEirr. dbt is stated as consisting ol four J3t0.u00,i legal iii nt - -- com-men- ta Silver-Purcha- pro-alia- wage-earne- "' "J'' o": hon-Brlm- fn h-h- ,,,. ,., S Not i Washington, Dec. sion. House. A bill was passed extending tho d laws of the Uritcd States over certain territory south of tho Sta'o of known as the Public Land Strip, and Kanos providing that this land shell be subject to entry by actual settlers under the Homestead law. Tho House then went IntoComnrttccot the Wholo (Mr Hammond, of Georpli-- . In tho cba r) on the Sun ry Civil Appropriation bill. In the cour e of the general dtbate, .Mr. Lanham (Tex ) made an unpcul in favor of the redemption of the trade dollar: and, nlludlcgto the standard silver dollar, he de-cld that its coinage would never be suspended, no matter wno raltrht recommend to the contrary. Mr. Herbert, of Alabuma.Fatd that while iho Sundry C.vll bill ntpropr.atil le8 than the bill of la-- t year, th deci-en- s was attr butabln to the fact that the CommitSTATEMENT. FINANOAL "The total ordinary revenues of the Govern- tee on Appropriation bad surrendered Jurisment for the year were ?3,433.7XT, an increase diction over tho items for navy yards, and observatory, m new over the previous year of ?12,7l9,iiX The total tho those naval could be providedintnlnns tnnt Items lor in ordinary expenditures were Sa7,u3i,lSl, a detho regular Naval appropriation bill. Ilo crease from the previous year of 17,743,7I. contended, on the contrary, tht the appro-prlftloquarter of The receipts for the first for tho objects nnmed should be the present fiscal year were JlM.9l3.Kfc!, would fius,373,6.. The mado in tbo Sundry Civil bill, wh'ch exceed and the expenditures thin instead of showing a decrease, amount of customs revenues received during in amount, of approplations the bdl of last tho Hscal year ISM wero $lft2,90,03A an lncreaso year. Ir. Kandml, of Pennsylvania, argued of Sli,ni,utt over tho previous year. From that tho Naval Committee had proper Jurisrevenuo taxes the n ceipts were diction over tho subject of navy yards but an increase of e,:7.210. out that for 11 The total indebtedness of tho United States fiointcdpending even were Ihey provided still bill would November 1, IS!, less cash ln the treasury, was carry lees moneyicpwur' the lastyear. Pendthan that of J1,35,:M7,9I7, showing a reduction during the ing further dlscu'sfon the committee nro;o year of S ,.SiX,CJ). The net balance in tho The net and the House adjourned. treasury at that data was Interest reduction was S3.319.litM. Washinoton, Dec. 13. Senate, Tho credentials were presented of Senator Edmunds for the full term comment lng March 4. W-FIERCE BLAZE IN BUFFALO. Among numerous bills Introduced were tho foltow.ng: To amend tho Bevlsed Statutes in Several r.nrge Business riaccs Uurnlng lelatlon to the immediate transportation of Loss listlmAted at 8500,000. bonded goods: prov d ng a now basis for the Bcrr.vLo, N. Y., Dec S, 3:30 a. m. At circulation of national bank notes; to au. 2:30 o'clock this morning fire started in tho tborize tho reduction of U. S. bonds national bank of largo confectionery establishment of Sibley and circulation count bill was The electoral & Holinwood, at tho corner of Wells and notes. tho House and laid on the reported from Seneea Directs. Tho firo quickly spread table. The Morrill tarilt resolution wa disto adjacent buildings, nnd the Bmzel cussed by Messrs. Dawes and McPhersoa. rveolnton to House, Kcynoias' boot anu Mr. Morrill moved toteferhis wlthd ew his bell Committee, but shoo store tho Michigan stove works, tho Financethe resolution went over. Notice motion and chs proprietors, wero soon of the death of Mr. Dowdney being received, Swift & burning, A high wind prevails, a comtnlttco was Hppo'ntcl to attend tho and bur arks aro flying for several funeral, and as a mark of respect the Seuato adjourned at 3:33 p. m. blooki was great excitement at tho House. Bills Introduced: To prohibit the Broze tho gujsU leaving la thir appointment of Congressional committees to night-- c Several small stores on tno attend funorah: and to prohibit the draping if tho street from which tho of pnDlIc biiilding--i In mourning, except by oppesi ro burning. Tho walls of order of the President; granting pensions to lire star postal railway clerks who bavo become nged wood's fell at 3:05. Itisre-llrcine- n or disabled tn the service; granUni-th- c Sibley & ....Wl franking privilege to Inmates ot are buried under ported authorising the Secresoldiers' them. I- - "Brozel Houso will be a total tary of the homes; Treasury to anticipate the pav-meBk guests escaped. The firo has loss.. of interest on the bonded debt of the to provide rcacfT" Shermans, Jovvett & Co.'s larga United States and mom-- : for spec al defor the free coinposits of tho publio stovo warehouse. Tho loss Is now estimated age of silver: to enuble the people to nam at $000,000. fixing thesaltry of their own pontmas'ers: Civil Service CommlsKioners at fr.,000 ror the M ntana, HIS LAST SLEEP. dml s'on Into thp Union of Dakota.attempt tc ashlngton Bnd New M xlco. An the District Wat board bill A Buffalo Man While tying ut Rest In pni a Fchool filibustering for nntll 5 p. m.when opposed by Bed Ts Killed by His Wire. tbo House adjourned. Buffalo, N. Y., Dec 8. A delibcrato murder was committed and Citizens of Washington have subscribed in this city at an early hour yesterday a fund of 50.000 to insure payment of morning. At about eight o'clock a boy prizes and expenditures for the National rushed into tho polico btation and Drill and Encampment. The drill will be stated that a man had been shot by his held the last wejk in May, 16S7. wifo in tho rooms occupied by Emil Pacl Gbottkac, recently tried for inPensoyrcs and his wife in the Miller citing; the Milwaukee Garden riota, adBlock. Officers immediately proceeded to on tb 15.CO0 people in the place. They were met by tho woman, dressed npjwared to bo in a high state of ex- 12tb. bitterly attacking, the authorities and who citement. Sho said her husband was in z press. Bt a collision on the Memphis nnd bedroom. A c'oth bad been nailed ovor tht window. In tho bed lay the body of Emil Charleston railroad. Conductor T. F. Greet Pensoyrcs. A bullot had penetrated his bad both legs cut off, and three tramp heart. The shooting occurred at about 6 a. who were steallrg a ride, were kilted. of Lawrence RontnT Kellt, in., according to the best reports, and tho man was evidently lying asleep in bed County, Ind.. acknowledges himself, a da when tho murdcrejs fired tho fatal shot. faulter, and has made an assignment The city council of Vincennes la'd., is ia The Question of Statehood. a dilemma. The city treasurer is charged Minneapolis, Minn., Dec 8. A special with being a defaulter to the amount ol to tbo Evening Journal from YTatertown, 110,000 and refuses to resign, aad council is D. T., gives an interview with Governor powerless to remove him, Hisbondsmea Mellette, of South Dakota, as to the meetliability by th ing of the Stato Legislature at Huron, Do have been released from Ho says the Legislature will Circuit Court Judge. ccmbcrlo. The price of gas at Fiadlay aa been restrive to securo statehood by all bonorabh oeata per month p means. It will submit the amendment to duced to twenty-fir- e tove, and churches free. peoplo repealing the law which prethe vents tho Stato officers from exorckinf Jacob Twining, who kaa beea arrested. offlcial fanetlcns, altar which thoy vrifl taes made a coafesaioa that he and othen givo notloc that tbo Territorial Govarn-moformed a plot t bars asa pluaaer U will cease and V Htata GoTeraoeBf town of Tlma, O; wage-earnerbo-i- a unor-ennlzeur ns al 0, &xi y -- cold-blood- f Jtfil--auk- nt wgUv f i r$i - fU., -- ., , .. ii ,n nBtoJ 4feS"" 5T''" ,4, P?il ? !? p- "W i- -.i a xamm!'&Mt&samh LEPROSY AM) PJUDB. Sormoa by Rov. T. Do "Witt D. D. The Sick Warrior mid How He Was Cured Obedience and Life Tlia One Ilood of Puriloii, Peace, Life and Heaven. EitooKLTK, N. Y., Dec 12. Rev. Dr. Talroage took for liis text this morning tho first verse of tho fifth chapter of Second Kings : "Uo Was a Leper." The preacher Tal-mag- o, f: :?v ,' have a warrior sick, not with pleurisy or rheumatism or consumption, but with n disease worse than all these put together. A red mark has come out on his forehead, a precursor of complete disligure- ment and dissolution. I have something awful to tell you: General Kaaman. tho Commander-in-Chie- f of all tho Syrian forces, has the leprosy; it is on his hands, on his face, on his feet, on his entire person. Tho leprosy I Get out of the way of tho pestilence ! If his breath strike you you are a dead man. The Commander-in-Chie- f of all the forces of Syria! And yet ho would be glad to exchange conditions with the boy at his stirrup or tho hostler that blankets his charger. The news goes like wildfire all through the realm, and tho people arc sympathetic, and they cry out: "Is it possiblo that our great hero who shot Ahab, and around whom wo came with such vociferation when he returned from victorious battle ean it bo possible that our grand arid glorious kaaman has tho leprosy!" Yes. Every body has something he wishes he had uot David, an Absalom to disgrace him; Paul, a thorn to sting him; Job, carbuncles to plaguo him; Samson, a Delilah to shear him; Ahab, a Naboth to deny him; Haman, a Mordecai to irritate him; Georgo Washington, childlessness to afflict him; .John Wesley, a termagant wife to pestor him; Leah, weak eyes; Pope,, a crooked John Milton, !ft4fcwirbkck; Byrori,Vclrib-T6o- t; blind eves; Charles Lamb, an insane sister; and you, and you, r.nd you, and you, some thing which you never bargained for, and would like to get rid of. The reason of this is, that God docs not want this world to be too bright; otherwise wo would always want to stay and cat theso fruits, and lie on theso lounges, and shake hands in this pleasant society. Wo are onlv in the vostibuie of a craml tcmplo. Irod does not want us to stav ou and, therefore. He sends tho door-steaches, and annoyances, and sorrows, and ' bereavements TJf all sorts, to push us up toward riper fruits, and brighter society. and more radiant prosperities. God is only whipping us ahead. Tho reason that FA ward t'ayson and nooert liall nad more rapturous views of Heaven than other people had was because, through their aches and pains, God pushed them up nearer to it. If God cashes out ouo of your pictures, it is only to show you a brighter one. If lie sting your foot with gout, your brain with neuralgia, your tongue with an inextinguishable thirst, it is only because He is preparing to substi tute a better body than you ever dreamed of, when, the mortal shall put on immor tality. Seated in his Svrian mansion all the walls glittering with the shields he had captured in battle, the corridors crowded with admiring visitors who just wanted to pee him once, music and mirth and ban queting filling all the mansion, from tcssel-atc- d Moor to pictured ceiling .Naaman would havo forgotten that there was any thing better, and would have been glad to stay there ten thousand years. But, oh, how the shields dim, and how the visitors l!y from the hall, and how tho music drops dead from the string, and how tho gates of tho mansion slam shut with sepulchral bang, as you read the closing words of the culogium : was a lepcrl" There was ono person moro sympathetic with General Naaman than any other person. Naaman's wife walks the floor, wringing her hands and trying to think what she can do to alleviate her husband's suffering. All remedies have failed. Tho Surgeon General and the doctors of the royal staff have met, and they have shnken thcirheads as much as to say: "No cure; no cure." I think that the had all folded up their recommendations and gono home. Probably most of the employes of the establishment had dropped their work anil were thinking of looking for some other situation. What shall now become of poor Naaman's wife! She must have sympathy somewhere. In her despair she goes to a little Hebrew captive, a servant girl in her house, to whom she tells the whole story, as sometimes, when overborne with the sorrows of the world, and finding no sympathy,, anywhere else, you have gone out and found in the sympathy of some humble domestic Rosa, or Dinah, or Bridget a help which the world could not give you. What a scene it was ! Ono of tho grandest women in all Syria in cabinet council with a, waiting maid over the declining health of the mighty General. "I know something," says the little captive maid, "I know something," as she bounds to her bare feet. "Jn the laud from which I was stolen thero is a certain prophet known by the name of Eiisha, who can euro almost every thing, and I shouldn't wonder if ho could cure my master. Send for him right away." 'Oh, hush," you say. "If the highest medical talent in all the land can not cure that leper, there is no need of your listening to any talk of a servant girl." But do not scoff, do not sneer. The linger of that little captive maid is pointing in the right direction. She might havo said: "This is a judgment on you forstealing me from my native land. Didn't they snatch me off in the night, breaking my father's and mother's heart, and many a time I have laid and cried all night becauso I wa so homesick." Then flushing up into childish indignation she might have said: "Good for them; 1 am glad Naaman's got the leprosy; I wish all the Syrians had the leprosy." Xo. Forgetting her own personal sorrows, she sympathizes with the suffering of her master and recommends him to the famous Hebrew prophet. Years ago the astronomers calculated that there must be a world hanging at a certain point in the Heavens, and a large prize was offered for some one who could discover that world. The telescope? from the great observatories were pointed in vain, but a girl at Xantuckct, ifass., fashioned a telcscopa, and, looking through it, discovered that star, and won the prize and tho admiration of all tho astronomical world, that stood amazed at her genius. And so it is often the case that grown ieo-pl- c cannot sec tho light, while some little child beholds tho star of pardon, the tar of hope, the star of consolation, the star of ninri.infj ntnr nf Tnrnt "Hfefht i juiuijr iiiiuiy muii, uui. many iviso men are called; but God has chosen the weak things of the world to confound the migaty; tind base things and things that are not to bring to naught things that'are." Oh, do not despise the prattle of little chil-- . drcn when theyaro speaking about God, and Christ, and Heaven! You see the way your child is pointing; will you take that pointing, or wait until, in the wrench of some awful bereavement, God shall lift that child to another world, and then it will beckon you upward? .Will you take tho pointing, or will you wait for tho beckoning! Blessed bo God that tho Lttio Hebrew captive pointed in the right direction! Blessed bo God for the saving ministry of Christian children! Jo wonder tho advice of this little Hebrew captive threw all Kaaman's mansion palace into excitement. and Good-byNaaman! With face scarified and rigid and inflamed by the pestilence, and aided by those who supported him ou either side, he staggers out to tho chariot. Hold fast the fiery coursers of tho royal stable while tho poor sick man lifts his swollen feet and limbs into the vehicle. Bolster him up with tho pillows and let Mm take a lingering look at his bright apartment, for perhaps that Hebrew captive may bo mistaken, and the next time Naaman comes to that palace ho may be a dead weight on tho shoulders of tlfcse who carry him an expired cldeftain seeking sepulture amid tho lamentations of an admiring nation. Good-byNaaman Let the charioteer drive gently evertha hills of Hcrmon, lest he jolt the invalid, Here goes the bravest man of all his day, a captive of a horrible disease. As tho ambulance winds through the streets of tho tears and prayers of all tho people go after tho d invalid. Perhaps you have had an invalid go out from your house ou a health excursion. You know how the neighbors stood around undsaid: "Ah, ho will never como back.) . again alive 1" Oh, it was a solemn moment, I tell yoa, when t'a" invalid had departed, aifl tou weirt into the room to make tho Hero'TVO ofllce-seekers m said: bod and to remove tho medlclao vials from again if such dcctr.nca as thoss are the shelf, and to throw open the shuttors preached." Bat he cams again, and his eo that tho fresh air might rush into the family enma again. Ho is a Christian, his long-close- d Naaman I w.fo a Christian, all his children Chrisroom! Good-byThere is only one cheerful face looking tians, tho wholohousehold Christian, and I at him, and that is tho faco of tho littlo shall dwell with'them in the house of the Hebrew captive, who is sure he will got Lord forever. Our undying coadjutors nro cured, and who is so glad she helped him. those who once heard the Gospel and As the chariot winds out and tho escort of "wont away in a rage." Now, my hearers, 3"ou notico that this mounted courtiers, and the mules, laden with saclca of gold and silver and embroi- General Naaman did two things in order to dered suits of apparel, went through the get well. Tho first was, he got out of his gates of Damascus and gutoi thelong way, chario . He might havo staid thero with tho hills of Naphtali and.phraim look his swollen feet on tho stuffed ottoman, down on tho procession, and the retinue seated on that ctnbroidored cushion until whoro his last gasp, ho would never havo got any goes right by the battle-fielNaaman, in tho days of his health, used to relief. He had to get down out of his chariot. rally his troops for fearful onset; and thou Aud you havo got to get down out of tho the procession stops and reclines awhile in chariot of your prido if you over become a tho groves of olives and oleauder,and Gen- Christian. You can uot drive up to tho cros with a coach and four and be saved eral Naaman so sick so vcryvery sick! How the countrymen gaped as the pro- among all tho spangles. You seem to think cession passed! They had seen Naaman go that the Lord is going to be complimented past liko a whirlwind in the d.ys gono by, by your coming. Oh. no; you poor, miseraand had stood aghast at tho clank of his war ble, scaly, leprous sinner, get down out of equipments; but now thoy cammisserato that ! Wo Ml como in tho same haughty way. him. They say: "Poor man, he will never Wo expect to rido into tho Kingdom get home alive! Poor maul" General of God. Never until we get down Naaman wakes from a restless sleep in tho on our knees will we find mercy. Tho chariot, and ho says to the charioteer: Lord has unhorsed us, uncharioted us. Get "How long beforo wo shajl reach this down out of your pride. Get down out of and your hypcr-cntic.sProphet Elisha's!"' The charioteer says to your We havo all got to do that. That thowaysidor: "How far Is it to Elisha's housol" Ho says: "TivonuW "Two is the journey we have got to mako on our miles." Then thoy whip up the lathered knees. It is our infernal prido that keeps horsos. They drive up to us from getting rid of tho leprousy of siu. and fagged-ou- t tho door of tho prophet. Tho charioteers Dear Lord, what havo wc to be proud of ! shout: "Whoa!" to the horses, and tho Proud of our scales! Proud of our s ccaso tramping hoofs and grin Proud of tlus killing infecjT- shaking tho eartlu Bring us down at Thy feet, weeping, tion Come out, Eiisha, come otbk,. you havo pray.ng, penitent, believing suppliant--' company; the grandest company" ttet ever For sinners. Lord. Thou earnest to bleed. came to your House. The fWf was, tiio And I'm n sinner, vile, indeed; Lord, I believe. Thy grace is free, Lord had informed Eiisha t' tho sicJc OU. magnify that grace In me ! Captain was coming and jus treat But he had not only to got down out of nd tho him. Indeed, when you are Iwayi his chariot; ho had to wasli. "Oh," you Lord3 wants you to get we tho say, "I am very careful of my ablutions. tells tho doctor how to treat Kors Even' day 1 plungo into a bright and beau- reason wo havo so many Is becauso they clcp h, my hearers, there is a e, ds ding-wheel- France revbk In a diminutive gunin tho conduct of tho tntor.or Department Wcro thev teli.ii-- tho truth whon they ohnix Od boat, which has been flying experimentthat the Treasury DepartmKtit wn? adminis- ally near Toulon, outting through tho H tered for tlio lionefitor banners and rob and thnt the jeop!e were swindled water at tho rate of nineteen knots, with lions through Its out of nil xellinff the truth wheninanigetnenp a gun out of all proportion In size. Tho they The absurd and dishonest manner in Wticiaftv aud oilier depurtinonts attlnnod at t!mt these which Mr. Blaine following the corre- inirten were crowded with worthless pens on-e- inventor's proud boast is that the boat or party or t4.ois ot corrupt ouicLM.s; that is too small for big ships to tackle, whilo spondent of tho Now York Tribune, places, and th it tho its cannon is big enough to smash the rrtsciiis filled publicthe inxwle wore not has tried to misrepresent the purposo ntflit a,lJ interests of to thi that thc were lv bur, things. and naturo of the investigation im0 or else It tisimes Uovolnnd has uttered comE. A. Clakk, U. certifies to tho English civil service has had one plimentary words hich ho knew to be untrue. tho efficacy of Red S Architect, Cure. Star Cough According to the Tribune's code of good efl'ecL It has called attention to no evpression of esteem for the Tnn man that ought to suit you well the essential features of the reformed ethics,is permissible without being atdead your tailor. Whitehall Times. service both in England and in thU tended with a plain, unvaruished. stateBROAD DISTINCTION. Tho EnglUU Iloloria of the Cnll Serf loo Cimp:ircd with That oT tue Catted Stitea. A r Wii-di. rl I'rc-tiueii- Invmlla' Hotel and fin-l.- a1 Tn.i- -. " .. 'RrtlilfiKr-nyiilh- Lord God, and "til, jd to nractice. Como out, E.ia your business. General Naa his waited. retinue waited, and waited, Tho fact was Naaman had tw iiseascs hard to pndc and leprosy; the one wj get rid of as the other. Elish: ets quietly in his house aud does not go Int. After awhile, when ho tt.nlts he lias humbled this proud man, ho says to a servant: "Go out and toll General Naaman U batiio seven times in tho River Jordan, out yonder live miles, and to will get entirely well." The message comes out "TYbat !" says of tho Syrian tho Commander-in-Chie- f forces, his. eye kindling with nn animation which it h. t not shown for weeks, and lus swollen foot stamping on the bottom of tho chariot, regardless of pain: "Whatl Isn't he coming out to seo me! Why, I th uisat, some cortainly he would come and cabaUstie woiils over me, or mak' some onigmatical passes over my weunJs. Why, I don't think he knows who I era. lea't ho coming out! Why, when the Shunammito woman came to him ho rushed out aud cried: 'Is it well with thee! I it well with thy husband! Is it well with thy child!' And will he treat a poor unknown woman liko that, and let me, a titled personage, sit hero in my chariot and r. wait and wait! I won't endure it any Charioteer, drive on! Wash in tho Jordan! Ha! ha! Tho slimy Jordan tho muddy Jordan the monotonous Jordan. 1 wouldn't bo seen washing in such a river as that. Why, wo watered our horses in a better river than that on our way here the l beautiful river, the river of Pharpar. Besides that, wo havo in our country another Damasceno river Abana with fohago bank and torrent ovor swift and ever clear, under tho flickering shadows of sycamore and oleander. Are not Abana and rharpar, rivers of Damascus, better than all the waters of Israel! " I suppose Naaman felt very much as wo would feel if, by way modical prescription, some one should tell us to go and wash lu tho Danube or tho Rhine. Wo would "Are not the Connecticut or tho Hudson just as good!" Or, as an Eag!'h-lasn- . would feci if he were told, b;- way of medical prescrij!on, be must go aid wash in the Mississippi or St. Lvreiyi Ho would cry out : "Are not tho ThaTif a and r the Shannon just a well!" The fact was that haughty Naamt Si needed to learn what every Engllshm and every American needs to learn tw when God tells you to do a thing, you vrist go ana do it, whether you umlerstan 'hi reason or not. One thing is certuipi .less haughty Naaman does as Ebha luni he will die of his awful sicknr . And unless you do atrhrist commands ybu, you will be seized upou by an cvorlasuw; waU ing away. Obey and live; disobey and die. Thrilling, stupendous alternative! Well, General Naaman could nt stand the test. Jhe charioteer gives a jerk to tho right lino until tho bit snaps in tho horse's mouth, and the whir of the wheels and the flying of tho dust show tho indignation of tho great commander. "He turned and went away in a rage."' So jicoplo now of ton get mad at religion. They vituperate against ministers, against churvhes, against Christian people. One would think from tlieir irate behavior that God had lieen studyiug how to annoy aud exasperate and demolish them. VhathaH he been doing! Only trying to cure their leprosy. That i3 all. Yet they whip up their horses, they dig in their spurs, and they go away In a rage. So, after all, it seems that tlus health excursion of General Naaman is to be a dead failure. That little Hebrew captive might as well not have told him of the prophet, and this long journey might as well not have been taken. Poor, sick, dying Naaman! are you going away in high dudgeon, and worse than when you camel As his chariot halts a moment his clamber up in it and coax him to do as Eiisha said. They say: "It's easy. If tho prophet had told you to walk for a mile on siharp spikes in order to get rid of this awful disease you woulddiave done it. It is easy. Come, my lord, just get down and wash in the Jordon. You take a bath every day, any how, and in this climate It is sohot that ft will do you good. Do it on our account and for the sake of the army you command, and for the sake of tho Nation that admires you. Come, my lord, just try thii Jordanic bath." " Well," ho says, "to pleasa you I will do a you say." Tho retinue drives to the bank of t!ij dan. The horses paw and neigh to gefjutolho stream themselves and rool their hjjJflanks. General Naaman, assisted by ht Attendants, gets down out of the chariotft pain- iuuy come3 to tne nnnt of the and steps in until tho water comes to ji and goes on deeper until the v; i strength and instn: an any othor. It U thu ss from tho granite of eter nal lulls, it is the flood of pardon, and peace, and life, ard Heaven. That flood started in tho tears of Christ and the sweat of Gethsemane. and rolled on, an accumulating flood, until all earth and Heaven could bathe in it. Zaehariah called it "tho fountain open for sin nnd unclcannps.s." William Cowpor called it "tho fountain filled with blood." Your fathers and mothers washed all their sins and sorrows away in that fountain. Oh, my hearers, do you not feel like wading into it! Wado down now into this glorious flood, deeper, deeper, deeper. Plunge once, twxe, tin ic i, four tiiner, five times, six times, seven times. It will take as much as that to euro your souL Oh, wash, wash, wash, and bo to-d- clean ! u'tr lon-go- jaspor-pavos- r: - -- I suppose that was a great time at Damascus when General Naaman got back. The charioteers did not have to dnvo slowly any longer lest thoy jolt tho invalid; but as tho horses dashed through tho streets or Damascus I think tho pcoplo rushed out to hail back their chieftain. Naainan's wife hardly recognized her husband; he was so wonderfully changed sho had to look at him two or three times before sho made out thnt it was her restored husband. And the httlo captive maid, sho rushed out, clapping her hands and shouting: "Did he cure you! Did he cure you!" Then music woko up tho palace, and tho tapestry of the windows was drawn awav, that the multitudo outside might mmglo with the princely mirth inside, and tho feet went up and down in the dance, and all tho streets of Damascus that night echoed and with the news : "Naaniau's cured ! Naaman's cured !" But a gladder tune than that it would bo iu all this place, or wherever this sermon shall be read, if tho soul should get cured of its leprosy. Tho swiftest white horso hitched to tho King's chariot would rush t&e news into the Eternal City. Our loved ones before the throne would welcome tho glad tidings. Your children on earth with more emotion than the little Hebrew captive would notico the change in your look and the change in your manner, and would put their arms around your neck and say: " ilother, I guess you must have become a Christian. Father, I think you have got rid of the leprosy." O, Lord God of Eiisha, have mercy on us! AIRING THE HOUSE. Ono of the Great of Ood Health at All Tlmr. If fresh air banks could be established, so much a share, perhaps people would think It sucli an indispensable luxury as to be indulged in at any cost. But as it is as free as all waiting at every crack and cranny of our homes to rush in and make pure air fit to breathe, it is not much considered, even if it is not strictly shut g out aud called unhealthy. A traveler through ono of tho small places near the Wbito Mountains, in summer, noticed that every door nnd window of tho farmhouses were tightly closed; only thcstablci had openings to admit tho delicious mountain air. He was not surprised to hear the people In that place were troub.ea with malaria, and almost every other disease human Icings are heir to. A lady said that for years she took culd so easily life was a burden. She wcather-listc- d all ht'r windows, and even stuffed cotton in the and always wcw heavy furs when she went out in winter. The more sho tried to guard against colds the worse she grew, till finally she had to stay within doors for weeks at a time. Then she turned over a new leaf. Tho window of her was let down at the top, and to continued through the coldest weather. At last she could only sleep comfortably wrth tho wind blowing right acrc-- her bed. She went out every day, fair weather or foul, and ceased to swattlo her neik in so many folds. She now can get through the coldest winter without being a prisoner to the house, or even catching cold. Mothers do not consider health enough in the bedrooms. They are often small, carpeted and crowded with furniture. It is such a nuisance to sweep such cramped quarters that it is let go for weeks. Dust collects under the bed, ornamented perhaps wdh its silken crazy quilt and elegant laeo pillow shams, and the one window is kept tightly closed. Then tho mother wonders why the baby should catch cold so easily and have a croupy cough. The most healthful way is to havo no carpet, but mats in front of bed and bureau, and have the floor wiped over every week. Heavy curtains should be abolished. Let nothing impede the sun and air coming in for hours every morning. A celebrated doctor says; "Tho very best cosmetic and that can bo recommended, as well as one of tho best prescriptions a physician ever gives is heir to. aIuCiio ills that flesh anttplcrn- .irCTtitntr-glici- v ; . . , . oi it. Ana one oi tuo great secrets oi getting it, is plenty of fresh air in the bedroom." Detroit Tribune. crt ont-door- s, over-archin- uuder-girdin- g, r.d-in- key-hole- s, death-dealin- g bed-roo- sen-ant- e yn Ben-hadade, 's pain-struc- k e, 1 Da-zsas- world-renowne- in the stream iust a litUeT.ifiClVhead will thoroughly imrrec bows once into the flood, shakes the water ou of his lrolPJiid eyes, and his attendants look atj say: u ny. ucnerai, now much h you iook. Aim no uows a second timt)ot4Nhc flood and comes up,. and the wvl&t"..,, is gone out of his eyes. Ho bows "(Z third time into the flood an$ comes up, and tho shriveled flesh .few got smooth again. He bows tho fourth time into the flood and comes up, and the hair that had fallen out is restored in thick locks again all over the brow. Ho bows the fifth time into tho flood ana comes up, and the hoarseness has gone our of his throat. He bows the sixth time and comes up, and all the soreness and anguish have gone out of tho limbs. " Why," ho says, "I am almost well, but I will mako a complete cure," and he bows the seventh time into the flood and comes up, and not so much as a fester, or sralo, or eruption as big as tho head of a pin is to bo seen on him. tho bank and says: " Is It possible!" And tho attendants look and say: ' Is it possible!" And as, with the hcalt: f an athlete, he bounds back into tr.e cnanot and drives m, thero goes up from all his attendants a wild " Huzza! huzza!" Of course, they go back to pay and thank the man of God for his counsel, 0 fraught with wisdom. When they loft tho prophet's house they went off mad: thoy have como back glad. Pecplo always think better of n minister after they have been converted than they ao Deioro conversion. iow we are to thorn an intolerable nuisance because wo tell them to do things that eoanaint timrniin- but some of us have a great many letters iroai mose wno ten us mat once thev wero angry at what we preached, but afterward gladly received tho Goscel at mir hands. They onco called us fanatics or terrorists or enemies; now they call us friends. Yon- aer is a man I speak a literal fact vho said that ho would never como into the church again. Ho said that two years ago. He saidj "Jf- - fnlly shall never ccme her - ... agj pr ANIMAL EYES. Hox'-psout- on lilrtU and Quadruped. Have you ever been enough of a naturalist or had natural curiosity enough to study the changes in expression in the eyes or face of an intelligent bird or quadruped! It is really a fascinating employment, even if one confines ono's observation to tho flashes of the eyes alone. You can positively read thoughts as well as character and sensations in tho pupils of horse, dog, cat or parrot, moro accurately than tho most pretentious savant can decipher human bumps or palms. Among the pets of tho observer is a healthy, chippor littlo goldfinch that can sing liko Patti and that can actually convcrso with its roguish, twinkling eyes. But tho most consciously ludicrous expression I ever saw in tho features of a brute was that of a maimed cat wh.ch I noticed under tho sidewalk bookstall near tho Temple Court building the other day. Itlsalargo and well-kemouser, although partially crippled, somo accident having deprived it of paw nnd lower joint of the right hind leg. Walking not ungracefully it paused and" tried to scratch itself with tho maimed limb as I passed, and failing to touch its coat with tho shortened member it looked at mo with a deliberately quizzical glance and upward curve of the mouth that was absolutely a laugh. I laughed in response, and puss limped cheerfully away, evidently satisfied that wo understood each other. A. Y. Graphic. Expressions Hetrnycd by the Looks of Tnn greatest need of the whole world this hour is a higher typo of Christianity. The church must be consecrated before the world is converted. When every Christian realizes his anointing to bo a bearar of tho blessing to every ono within tho range cf his iufluence, tho better day will be at band, Jitv, i?, J, Ctnttnyftam. bono;, co rat od with end to end' Woro country, and has to better ment of the sliortco.iiings of every one of tlu dillorcnees between officially connected with the person to Hie two, nnd especially of the practical who-- e "memory the expression is as a tribute. Pursuing this theory, nature of our own system. The changes that have been brought about it would have l.eeu necessary for Pres in the two countries huv had some ident Cleveland, on tho occasion of the things in common, but thoy havo al0 death of General Grant, to have quali-lie- d his remarks by allusions to the varied with the causes that produced governments of the South carpet-ba- g them. In both cases the principle of admission by open competition ami during the daj s of reco:ilruetion, to to the subsequent probation was adopted l?abcock, M.dknap and Robeson, Columbut in England tin evil to be reme- Credit Mobilier and District of of liko died was favoritism, partly based on bia frauds, and other subjects nature. What would the the pretensions of aristocratic fam- unpleasantpoonle havo thought of the ilies and partially springing from American application of the Tribune's theory? the use of ollice to purchase votes a on despicable alt-ni- pt in Parliament, while in this coun- Such Tribune to the evil was cliiiMly partisan the part of the try favoritism combined with a certain whitewash the rascals of its party amount of chicanery on the part of at the grate of an illustrious citizen the distributers of patron.iee. The must cause u feeling of disgust and contempt in the breast of every Amerdillicultiiis in which the English What President Cleveland's is involved do not arise at all from the ican. competitive principle, though there supporters asserted in loSl has boon havo boon mistakes in its nimlication. found not only true, but only a faint real but livrgely from tho aristocratic bias estimate of toof condition of affairs. that nns survived the reform and ,'jTho opening the books has opened which has tended to form a hort of tne eyes oi iiiu liuuiicaii people to tne Republican nicrarcny in tlio sen ice. 1 Ins m turn shameless character of showed The books that SKI line lift!! Trwlit.wl niMn .! jroverninent tho Adminntr.it cm went uiimai.a-eab- lc bv the of power there wort nearly ?10.0-jO,sions dependent" chiertV on Wtfi WO dclkionci s due the Government servicc which is still a tixod part of the English plan. These elements have under Republican rule, that million" combined to make the EngiUh service wero squandered in tho Navy Departbureaucratic, with the incidents of red ment without giving the country a doman was tape, timidity, rigidity and lack of navy, that the pin-liwasted on corporations and favorites, "go" natural to bureaucracy. Ou the other hand, the diilicultics to thit the treasury was being drained by which the reformed portion of our all sorts of rascals, from deputy marcolossal that tho service is exposed -- and it must be re- shals to Office wasrings, and eleetion-eeiin- g m ule an membered that it is still a very small Pension bureau. shameful story has portion are of quite, another chai acter. been told before Thethose columnVhow iu They spring from tho innate tendency of the American mind in any occupa- the public service, under Republican tion to depend upon its own resources administration, was honeycombed with to neglect system and stri t order, and fraud and rotten from end to end. Rut President Cleveland to depend on ingenuity, energy and decision to meet emergencies as they paid a graceful tribute to the memory arise. The American system requires of his immediate predecessor, the Tritherefore, precisely tho 'opposite treat- bune would hno it that he tcidilicd to ment to the English. It needs clear th e purity of the entire irty. What m. st the friends of Pres anil uniform rules, lirnily ami fairly enforced, with constant and vigilant ident Arthur, and, indeed, ail f.iir- nvuded peoole, think of this e.xhioition supervision and the greate- cons en-ev of ghoulish glee" on the part of Mr. in the appioation of the rules. Maine's) organ? Perhaps the Tnbaiu-forgetThere is nodanerof bureaucracy here. the savage nnd 'brutal attaeks The men employed in public work do it made on t the dead at the not tend that way; the source of regutime of the Garfield tragedy, when it lation, namely, the of Con- classed him withGuiteau. The Amerigress, is too variable to permit can people do not forget them. It it, and finally tho American people may would not .sutler it iu a service ovor of endeavor to us the kindly words President Cleveland to remove some which they have ultimate, though inof the tattoo marks from iu perpetdirect, control. The common term-usefor tho Presidency," by the two races indicate the ual candidat wide difl'erence in tlieir temper in .since it has distorted them to exonerand theso matter-- . The Englishman ate Chandler, Tellerfrom othor Republican "growls." the American kicks." proved aga nst them. Wcthe charges shall sec. and the with us arc always so intimately connected with the Albany Argus. general public, are so much part of it and in sympathy with it, that then is INGRATITUDE PERSONIFIED. no probability, and hardly ti possibil- Stone, tlio et Attorney of I ity, of their becoming r. class apart. the .Manl'milly Ahiisln uii Administration Which Moreover, the piulitic-- i our officers stiIlern! Ilim Too Long. have hon, even under the depraved '1 Ju:r' is no Democrat in the country and demoralising intluetu'e of the spoils system can. under proper regu- who uill not thank President Clevelation, be made extremely valuable, land for the stind he has tak.n iu the and this without the slight st danger case of Wiliiam A. bioae. Uu tel of their usurping prhilegos not State? District Attoriu-- for the to theiii, or an Distinct of Penn-ylva- n a. It will offensive bearing. This needs, as we havo said, u more be recalled to mind that Stone wa" susperfect and harmonious system, with pended for making campaign speeches fair and uniform rules carefully ap- In Pennsyhania iu the month of Ocplied by means of adequate inspection :fhd that not many days since and authoritative central control. It tober he applied to the Attornn is noteworthy that the course of the Commission "as een eral for restoration to ollicc Jn th steadily in this direction, and more gtound that his jiolitieal or did not interfere with the discharge of hi.s markedly so slice the .Whr.hii-tratioofficial duties. If Stone had a particle of Mr. Cleveland cam in than at an time before. The present commission of manhood in his compositi in lie has steadily advaucod in its grasp ol would have scorned a suggestion that the duties imposed upon it aud the he ask an Administration Tie had att icfced for a favor of any k nd. powers conferred by the law. It has extended its investigations, kept closer No man in tho State of Pcnnsyhanit watch on the examinations, guarded resorted to more dattardlv means to more jealously its own rights, both of cripple the Administrati'.'i than Ston-'- . initiative and of jtidmenl on appeal, who is neled for his vcnonl and malice, and has striven to inspire the rchole and j'et ho had the impudence to b'g that he be rebody of officers with whom it deald of the Attorney-Geneiwith a common understanding of and a stored to the office watch he lowered bv common respect for the vital principles his political anion. Whit depth a man must be vink to who after maligning an of the reform- .- V. Y. Hint,.- Administration which puts br ail an I butter in iii.s mouth, has the audacDISGRACEFUL CONDUCT. ity to ask it to restore htm to au of't A T!Wi4p.ijT fice he has forfeited? An AdministraTnit the Kindly Tribute to t!ic Mfinory tion to bo htrong and efleelhc for good In Ofilca Into nil must hi surrounded by men uhoar-iof llli Irrlpri-Ht'ncunscluiii Iiidurjoinent nf tlis IU active sympa'hy with it and not b puhllcan Party. fellows who leave nothing tiudou to The warm expressions of tt em and poison the public mind against i:. admiration for tho late President Ar- This must bj plain to an- unpivdju-diccperson, and it is gratifying to thur which have appeared in Democratic and Republican newspapers know that the President recognizes it alike, or have fallen from the lips ot most plainly. The hypocritical Republican papers may howl as they will preachers and statesmen, without re- over the etnphi-.tirefusal to restore gard to politics, testify to the broad, Stone to office, but they will cominc generous, kindly spirit that Tills the nobody that injustice was dor.e ii th American heart lii the presence of slightest d gree. It would be impossideath. There is not a puMio man ble to imagine any thing more damaround whose bier words might not aging to an Administration than be dropped or memories evoked that horde? of Federal officers throughout would jar on the hearts yf the the country, denouncing it most bittermourners. There is not even a per- ly and resorting to the i!ct to strengthen their argument sonal friend or relative at whose death some unpleasant reminiscence might Sure and certain defeat would oi such Administration, no matter not be recalled from the past. Rat, by common consent, all such unpleasant how beneticial its policy might be to thoughts are banished on the day of the whole country. It seems that mourning, and only the virtues and charges were made against Stone a noble qualities of the deceased are re- j'ear and a half ago because of his ofmembered. When General Graut died fensive partisanship, but he was aland from every Democratic paper lowed to remain tinder the impression throughout the land came the most that he would refrain from pursuing touching and beautiful tributes, when such a course as would wantonly ofthe Nation was in mourning and the fend and irritate the friends of the who insisted that he be l to bo us deeply, allooted as the North, did any of those papers retained in office. If he had been oustrecall the days of reconstruction and ed then, as he ought to have b.'en. the saturnalia of peculation in Wash- there would be no whining appeals ington during the Presidential Admin- from him now. Rut he is out now, and istrations of the great soldier? No; it is to lie hoped that he may be folthey spoke only of that part of his lowed bv hundreds of other R'public- career that will" shine with undimin- rja wiioie tongues heap abuse on an ished luster on the pages of history, Administration which has shown them too much leniency. when the Shepherds, Relknaps. Buffalo Times. and Robcsons will be forgotten. In the same manner the many grand The intimation that Mr. Rlaiue and ennobling traits of President Ar- is "managing" or can manage the pothur's character have been put forward litical labor movement in this city, or in bold relief, as they deserved, and no in Roston, is equally bdittling ami allusions were made to any political to the earnest' and independent episodes which might disturb the har- men who are its inspiration. The mony of grief. It remained for the George movement was thought out New York Tribune, a paper to whose and well under way before Mr. Blaine blind, stupid partisanship nothing is heard of it, nnd if similar projects sacred, to profane the occasion oftho shall bo organised in other cities it funeral of Presi lent Ar.hur, and dese- will be done by and for the dissatisfied crate the sanctit- - of the especial day of workin"mcn, and not in the interest mourning, by a tling at President of the Maine demagogue. No doubt Cleveland and the Demoerati party he sees in the movement a posible adover thu remains of the lament d Re- vantage to himself and his part-- , but publican leader. It would seem as if he can not inliuenceit for that purpose. .lie term 'ghoulish glee" was particA. '. IlorW. ularly adapted to this ease. The eloquent tribute paid by President CleveBlaine organs are so active in land to the memory of the deceased in searching out reasons wlrv American his admirable proclamation is eagerly shipbuilders should not compete for seized by the ghoulish Tribunt for tho contracts for naval c33els that the purpose of partisan capital. It sacks skeptical might conclude they would to distort the expression "he performed rather let the work go to foreign labor the duties of Lis office with dignity and than have :i Democratic Administraability." so as to make a certificate of tion earn tho credit of giving remucharacter for the Republican part- - in nerative employment to American general and to cloak the rascalities of skill and energy" Their hearts beat Republican officials for y "ar.s pa-It warmly for the' American workman, has the hardihood to say the followin g: but their souls' eyes are set upon tho But s.noo this .6 the trath, what wcro Presiof the success of Blaine dent Cleveland's siinwiiers tcll.uiwlicn V. 1853. -in IS'4. ihs.- iliopubic service was as a Republican can lidate in loci under-sfmdin- g ed -SY-f- "I'etroluuni, Its Source aud Production." 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Ticket Chicago, IU. institution, located N. ., is organized with a full eighteen experienced and skillful taff pi Physicians and Surgeons, constituting the most complete organiiation of medical and surgical skill in America,' for the treatment of allcnronlc diseases, whether requiring medical or sureical means for their cure. Marvelous success has been achieved in the euro of all nasal, throat and lung diseases, liver ana kidney diseases, diseases of tho digestivo organs, bladder diseases, diseases to women, blood taints Scculiar rheumatism, neuralgia, andslan nervous debility, paralysis, epilepsy (fits), spermatorrhea, impotcncy and kindred affections. Thousands are cured at their homes through correspondence. The euro of tho worst ruptures, pile tumors, varicocele, hydrocele and strictures is guaranteed, with only a short resuenco at tha institution. Bend 10 cents in stamps for the Invalids' Ouide-Boo-k (lCSpages). which gives all particulars. Address World's Dispensary Medical Association, Buffalo, N. Y. 3id17-fIol3rated PP at Buffalo, Llffl3TRClSLK, CONQUERED THMATi SWAVNE'S rVEWUGI 'wmes &H&&H rl. EXERCISE HEALTH! 0A!lv E. EAT CC30 FOOD i SWAYHE! PANACEA PURIFIES SYPHILYIISJ THE 3.BECHIERFUL CHILDRBfl wMEClGINE .PILLS, Qnvinnu uaiDI loORESTORER (ENGLISH) cote , SWAYNE'S. BL0QD 3 THE GREAT CURE FOR PILES N, r WorsoDVbcrulCZiinK iftcn ideeil and enw iiik. fcfrtl.turrt t.Ti,.MO,h '.... ....a....v rflni.i. ri? . o"we .T.rwP- ft - tlihtS ?f .- StHBTnMS m;f bturilCIiinKcu.coiici.ucai3 'urSsv aulceration, and lu many v I y wj n'ce-at- e. vcryiuairrsains.r lecoralnr Ttrrtazv. - .vrji a.- 1L Oil rllv t lltlVN. HH szt v I C34CS removes sJamors. Jly . uccau.. uiaiVKrUuT wlyA II pi I THE0LDESTWEDlCIHSl?,lL5.SSLDBYCRUS;iSTS Tnn vital question: "What Is a scusagcH is being discussed before a Nebraska court. It is believed tho jury will disagree. Aur-rutoi- ci Herald. Tho Duty of State Legislatures. Legislation should be effected in every Btato regulating tbo sale and uso of tho many poisons rosortcd to by women in tlOilllf liiisio FOB m pen-T:v,,- oftp ,c Pent HOLiiaaY -- REST jjacet fii For Wcnl.ness, j.nssiinur llncrirT. tfr.. it IlAl-- i .SO i:OU..l., and is Lna only Irca Eredirino iluA i not iDjurlotm. It linrlcliort the JllooU. lnvlRornle ifco SyMem,i;ej.torr.ppct5tr, AldDig;etion it dcei not blickra cr tnu th tenth, cmm hed-k- c urprodocB ccntipatK,a vth'r Irrm tr ritciirt da I . London. Jat Vis VECtrrD', 31 Ilrown'N Ircn HittersOhio. with I hv r. KAtif.tnr-M&.il-tirer.fnsl hieuM of OcbilitvwLela nrt tonis it needed, tnd I Vrxirol no rrppimlicn of Mrs Mabt Swtknet KC3 W. Bnudnsr, Loals. fil! Kj.,ij- - "Ihnl Ietll appetite tntwa3-tirel- r broUn dnvra la health I o sreatlr benefited bj Hmwn's Irm Bitten and pldly it " Mrs. Stxcr Ccskk. Jnterv.niiK Ind. rajs: ceneral "Hh ene and "I was troubled the Tteni Icred Ujcwn's Iron breJiVing dwn o! " Hitters with tho tanit Mtt!ti rj Genuine hia aboTe Trtdn 11 cd roeed red line on irrappv. Tulit) uu ottier. Mudecaljbjr A 6SFTS. br nt e their desperation to obtain beautiful com- whilo thero exists in l)r. Ilartcr's ron Tonic every requisite necessary to accomplish tho object without injuring tho health or endangering life. A sKitir.3 of practical talks to girls has begun in Boston. With our girls tho most practical talk is the proposal. rhiladeljtfiia P TOfKc Call Sics and bilious headache, end all derangements of stomach and bowels, cured s by Dr. Piorcc'a " Pellets" or granules. 25 cents a vial. No cheap 3 to allow wasto of virtues. By druggist. anti-bilioubo-.o- JfoRlfttontoYerof nu'Icran be moro approprt ato. tr rive moro rdan-- c pasure. than our ozcel-lecollection ot t io fli . niylc, Mich as art) mentioned. Anr book laiiljd proinptlj lor retail JTkc. CLASSICAL WORKS. Beethorcn'g Sonati", cclebrrted Lebert end Von IIuIoit edition, 2 vols- -, each or cloth embossed, each Mendelsohn's Song Without Wonts, tl. Chopin's Muurkai (II). Mi roctHrneitOct$.) nf his Waltzes uO ct.) Franr' .Ubum of bonz. C 09. Half dan KJcrUrs Aluua.tUfl. POPULAR COLLECTION. Cholco Vocal Duett, flXC Jlinstml Sonc.tUO. llby mes and Tun", OXC Vonni leopi i cia'-ifor Plfino. ft 00. Utmscffc.rau s. tiUJ, gilt fXW. li ci be-sus- e You would not, perlmps, expect it, bat it is a fact, that well water will sometimes make pjople sick. JJvit'm Fott. Dolicato diseases of either cex radically cured. Bend 10 cents in stamps for book. Address, Worll's Dispensary Medical Association, Buffalo, N. Y TtltterStadontsIl!-'torro- cqod r:ad!;:3 i:i eliqaht books. llu'lc.rva Maie!wo!iu' Letter. 2 n ls raji ll0. IlhcineoM Tnlopy (Wanpr'f r'W( CUE1UCAL CO.. IHI.THIOUH. Ml. Suffering Womanhood. : l.tlttv luTua bf all the Urcut Uutiers. cath frora U0 to IX X3A3 CAHTATA5. Kin g Wlnte. 70 n s. Caucht Nsp-T.- c. M ct- -. Chnstmu oilu'--i cts. of A .a as, 98 cts. OLIVER DIT30N & CO., B03T0H. C.II. Drrsox Jt Co.. &; Broadway. yew rora kcxi roit iisTs. - -t- s Why is sugar made in the old style preferable to that made in the new stylo! Because it can't bo beet. 7he Whip. CnKCK Colds and Bronchitis with Hale's Ilnnov of Uorchuund nnd Tar. Piko's Toothacho Drops Cure in one minute. A law x party is pleasant enough until it begins to rain. Then it becomes a forlorn Pn-sideu- legi-'ati- on d party. . Ir afflicted vrith Soro Eyes uso Dr. Isaac Thompson's Eyo Wntor.Druggists sell it.Soc. office-holde- rs hws party is pleasant enough until it begins to rain. Then it becomes a forlorn party. A Ki-IM- .- I'enii-kjlviu- ii, OitTor.v Cure. Throat, lung, rierroui ills ji. llook froo. Dr. Cfepport, Cincinnati, O from tbo yrnai West. Tho railroad "The Plains'' have almost disappeared us it. Too much effort ci-- not bo .'node to brinjj to tho attenti a of suffering womanhood tho great value t f Lyd.a K. PmkhanVs Vegetable Compound as a remedy for tlio dlsoaiss of wonjn. Such an ono is tlio wiro cf General Barringer, of Wiiston, N. C.,and wo from tho General's lottor a follows : " Dear JIr3. Pinkhom : Pleoso allow mo to add my testimony to the niMt excellent medicinal qualities of your Vegetable Compound, ilrs. Barringer was treated for several years for what tho physic-a-n called Loucorrhcea and Prolapsus Uteri combined. I sent her to Richmond, Va., whero sho remained for six inoat'ift under tho treatment of an eminent P'.ysician without any permanent bs:ic3t. S'ao was iniuced to try yoarriedicino and aftr a reasonable time commenced to iinp.vro and is now ablo to attend to hor business and considers herself U'y rWW.M General Brrin-g- r ii tho propriptc r of tho American Ho- ' tel, Winston, N. C, and widely known ELY'S qu-JtI j M&xr TSE WILT TRC3 5Ek-'i- t rtsnhti th Liver kidneys && Wiarurlf?tha"iBLOOD and VIC tb HEALTH Oil , and Tirci Jeelinzab. solutel7 curcl: Bor.f, mut. ntw ciss ana nrrrs &x for-c- . Eclltrastbriama k. end ccppiles Ursin lenr, Ontlannx M1T rAIiiniaUfl'i K.ivn-- oi of YOUTH ap;u.c. jno Djr!a.ttanl ciion.i-ic-c iire The best cough medlclno is Fiso's Curo for Consumption. Soul everywhere. 25c. ' GREAMBftLlfs Li e--;, frAVQTSlS I i t ' lie-longi- y Wet-ter- as.-uniu-g i n THE MARKETS. Cattle Common! 3 Choice llutchcrs 3 HOUS Common n Uo! 1'aokers EHEKl'-Uot- iU 3 to choice LIVESTOCK KI.OUK .1 Doc. 14. & 2 'X, ijt a in CvI-vm- I " CitivsAxr. 50 25 tt 4 01 I had eaUirrh fif J pmmm g years. Jfj uose uwuhl teonld J-l- Ely's Crtatu Ir thy complexion. Freqrect .fteiftateenrWt-- i lnsonlj-iJto ths popularity of thaorislMl. Da no: eipertasnt ?t tho Oniantil. 4SD Bfir. a Dr. HARTER"! LIVER PiLLS A E CTaro Cons:iptioa.Llver Ccnulalnt and Sic f Klleadachc. Bunplo Ccsa end Drcazi paetas Jf Emailed on receipt of tuocentaln THE DR.HARTER MEDICINE COMPANY St. Louis. Ma Sscj Valm. - G-- larally GKAIN-Wh- e.it Civil-Servi- ti ruv-age- iy Corn No. - mixed .. Gats No. 2in..xo0 HAY Timothy No. I TUriAl Lear GoodLcar PUiiVtSlONtS I'ork ilea kfcfcLiini r"nmo fctemu.. HI 1'IKH Choico D.ilry Cho ce to fane Creamery.. fii-Me- dium No.3rcl No. 2 red t 'M 00 .10 fe 25 3 X. (& 3 IK . ?J $ n) 75 CS 80 o 2 thought if ISeol J the torts heal, ra&. tierer Urenm tftj j&-- m v&st&x JJalm f 3) 12 0 00 S 20 12 10 23 ) fJ & H"'i Au has cnretline. JTr. l55cfiJrciC3 JS ssk ZM$ i Jm &3mm t& !H U ... TH3 'MZ :jv, Hi 12$; 7 Jt. -- I '&t&2& it IS & (gi 7t a ft 12 to 21 PorUmoH Apart!ciiapp'.iedlnt3tjcir'viri)a5 tone. I'rtcc !t ci. bv na'l cr tlrcular. ELY BROTHERS. l)ra;-- i t&s ly ra EZTgll s. tr 'itr JiirtiOwejo, N. Y )l5apr.i is Al'l'tXS-l'r.mo.- fW POTATOES FLOUR No. l'cr NEW YOltK. State nnd Western GKAINWhuat. No. 2 Chicago. POltK-- Mw luhul barrel.... 150 2 13 t 80 (12 01 K5 to; COCKLE 5CJ ANTI-BILIOU- S !si Watch io Aiiierioa CI 2 50 al Corn No. 2 mixed...-Outs mixed.. Western steam 2r! . . ... . . LAHU U :. 47 dr. (A W!i 914 42 03 H)i 4Si 50 45 ti ttl! For Lirer. BHf, Iadlcixtlon. etc Frro from . ocntaoai only lure Vcgctablo lajf.-Uicnta- THE GBEAT ENGLISH EESEEDY CHA9. m thi yjf iieet, rusiCi 424 ".7U '.7 "Mil 'M 10 y. CRlTTIZT;., A sn' YOKK. jlr-n- i CHICAGO. -- FLOUIt Wisconsin winter GHA1N Wheat No. 2 red No.2 Cb cairo dpring. . Corn No. 2 -- . Outs No. 2 POKE LAUD .Mess SJ 90 4 on 5i C v$ FREE' fS'iKbT'o I'aper.l WOULD. S.tiiI SPECJE1EN COPY i? OF THE r75?S3I335jra55pjecr5;3 1 nso a lmetty tor catarrh is tr.e LA:cst to ise, UUU .UCUin.i. El IWH'fc 2.i' l).-s;- :u IVrst-dcut- 11 Ctt w-- i is'.euin UALTl.MOKK. lly 07U& 0 t r FLOUK-Kiitn- GltAJN Wheat No. 04te HOGS Crn 2 f3 83 S3 Mixed Mixed oss C3iV. 54 'fi., Iotl. xklor forii. io TUCBIAIli; TOLEDO, s TUB REST WEEKLY" IN THE g Mo. 11 4". IlaSiUne, Vurran, i'a. PI OHIO. e-- ritOVlSlONS-Porlc-M- t 11 - d CATILE F rst o.uul ty 01 :6 ra 50 .. 3 W 4 (JH (f. cs I Cr:'i , 3 kidC k & Coicr! ntpousso Work. Was Supplies. 6eaJ for oar varln-icati'.osue. alloraerssollclted. lloI'l'WA.VX BUOs.. lGGiLala SircuS Cincinnati. Uhlu. c INDIANAPOLIS. GRAIN Wheat No. 2 revl mixed Corn Oats mixed :LOUrSVlLLK. FLOUR GRAIN '.& V 4 0-- o ft $ h ? 4 KIIVFipnrn .aw iiifnnimiion. W MnflVl In ,.... ETEOTBVES wain; A4U I CQC rarncrr. Bntlirs ami o'heM CAvU CfiLCIld r.so ncrlATE JLVItF. ot ORtl a and aH tofllllard.ltlp. Butcaer. Unci, Prunlnser. Two Winds of S?aw. so they cut better thane. FlleTBtrcftra. ll!ntrated circulars rnrr. Address 11 ROTH 4 MIO- - Nlw Oxroun, l'ena. nm CARPENTERS haMHiauff nir V7 m AmfAwm pork-mo- m LAUD-Sle- uni Wheat No. Corn mixed ...,, Outs mixed .Medium L"itf Good Leaf A No. 1 2 red J M 73 40 niLvv. 4i Clsarettcs. '' CRAXNA5' I.irTKtTlVK IJL-cra- v'"J AiieAiir, pAnnt T til J . I1J .Itlt JX iMkt ". Uanil iifnmri Trie full ' r j 1SU- - i'im:vvati, u. lolSTEREOPTICOHS, rcr crery ilHMMlIiOT ryJX,iL.'UArg7?J5JJLl! J. WEATHRUUT. C TORA'CO Common Lut'9 .. 2 23 ... . I Vi 3 l tii ; 7 :n ;.d ;i IK) 5? tf -, Is i4'i 2.1 R"TO reliable fell to the trade W1MT: I3 US Travel r.nJSALESMEN to ooS onrt'cIetirat?lClsar3.Tobao. CO. View Ulnitnt-i- e all rri c PUBLIC EXHIBITIONS,-tXJArr3Cbusitltxtfir a ra tnth fn-i- tafitoZ. Alw l..ctcroj wr iticM Aais.racat. 1;) rare Cualarta frM. Y. IVScALLISTEI,o?urii,oria33auJit.,tJ. or OiumWon. & l nc. arrans:ecient. Addraiaan-dlatt?lr- . New Tonic Ciqar Com No. l Fourth Arenue, N. y. Havana bSl f.ili-hoo- ds er-ta- ke Pains and Aches Moo!, mid is cured by Hood's SarsapariUa, which eradicates eTery impurity from the blood, and tills t with richness and health. "I had been troubled for somo tirao with poor appetite, particularly In tho mornln?. and also had frequent attacks of rheumatism. I commenced tnUns Hood's SarsapariUa, aud now my nppetito is tho bct and the rhcnmatUm has entirely left me." C Ancsti, ST0I Emerald Avenue. Chicago. III. "3Iy wife has been troubled with rheumatism for a long time, and her blood has been very poor. Last tvrlnz'hebad scrofula sores. I got bcr somo of Hood's SarsapariUa, and on taking It sho began to ImproTo rlsbl arway. Sho l not In tho least troubled by theumatUm now, and tho sores are all healed." Hr.vur ltA.Viou, JIL Vernon, O. for Sale. 5.W Ind. Health, society, soil, markets. City and C unity Iwjomlnjr. Unllor tln for stamp. ALEX-- LKsUE. Washinston, Ind. pain ePiUiEUI H&HSllNota particle boK l'avwheneurot. Handsome Kansas Clty.Sio. KTtrmr. Pecure aRnslcessKdneationbr omaLfromBi;8l.xsaLou.aiRuaa:o,k'.T. In Tfcriotn parts of the iKidy, moro particularly la the Die, shoulders and Joints, aro the unwelcome Indication that rheumatism ha pained a and you aro "In for It" tor a longer or shorter period. Rheumatism Is caused hy lactic acid in the foot-hol- mm Stones Of Adventure in ih The Youth's Companion, And Illustrated hkutli-oomi;i- Hood's SarsapariUa Bo.o by all druKeits. H; sir for $5. I'repared y O. I. HOOD & CO., Apothecaries, Lowell. Slass. Bab-coc- CONTKIBTJTED ks BT IOQ Poses Ono Dollar Lieut. Schwatka, Nugent Robinson, W. T. Hornaday, C. A. Stephens, T. W. Knox, W. H. Gilder, C. F. Holder, F. W. Calkins, Hon. S. S. Cox, and Lieut. Shufeldt. The Companion is published weekly. Prico $1.75 a Year. Specimen copies free. Mention this paper. Address nu-ju- st 1(ftPC,l)j HIGHEST AWARDS OF MEDALS IX AMERICA A.YD EUROPE. Ths ratea t, nnlckeit. tafest and mot powerful remedy koown f I cinu, u4:k.-vuvpains. t PERRY MASON & 43 Templo Place, Boston, CO., Publishers, Has. or Ilcuriy, Neuraljia. Lnir.. cmiuir9.cviiis in lug cntn6 nnaj&ii and Endorsed by S M rhylrlan and llniff-piata ot the hlshest repute. Benson's 1'laatcrs tiroirpt- i ly reUere and cure where other plaaters and irreay j Have yon heard of tho aMonnfllrs reduction far a&Ires. liniments and lotions, are absolutely cseless. i I)IL J. A. bllKRMAN'S FAMOUS liOMl! TltKA'i,- NOIV SELL THEIH llma.. .. nun .!.... .......a auuitar rjuuuux ..k.... v. !.... ..wi. unuci I...4I. ......J... ii.iuci. such as :4pIcum," "L'apucln," : "Capilcine'asthey J S Aakroa r,'ihi?,trnban,d,0ri,.1i??.!:a.,K,Sn?"s7 ItKXIOX'a AND TACK Vf flTHtltt. All timer Ut. day. NocliaBnc: suited to all ants. Not VIO only, On the EASY UIRB system, payments at the HEABU KY A JQUNSQ.S. iToprieton, 'cw Tork. tend for circular of measurements, inf tructions rato of 6;t.- -. per month, up. I0U styles, tS to S.UI and proofs. Clet curcj at home and be harpy. fccud for Catalogue with full particulars .mailed fre. A LIMITED OFFER. GREAT CHANGE! OFFICE. X9 ltioadivay. SHY TOI avcoes 1 RUPTURE ' r"?"lyrrtlndntend,edto UNRIVALED ORGANS L tho.-asserte-d, - when they Brother Blaino, It appears, wants to bo robbed by suffered tbo Covero:n-:i- i S!iorm.ij friend-- . Pccietari. Chand'er in the conduct of tLo to Uiit with John Nav7 Hrpartmcnt, nnd by secretary TUer Allatila Coitflttuth'ii. fraua rotton rroni the.' teUJnj: tho truth that President Arthur i Y. SUt'r, i :.- to the Weekly .Mrnl,Oyter8heII, aBssBBBBBBBBrMrGB.AIf American Kursal Home, Ilochestcr. N. Y., AM rionr atnd Com premium If subscribed for byNorember. rrlthout inUo5Z3CjiMXIaXXXjXj December. ls and January, iss; "the Cheapen Wilson's Patent), lea per and Bet Weekly in the World," 8 paces, S to Stl cole"t. more made In keeping ponl- umns, 16 years old. For One Hollar you hare one rv. AIM MWElt M1LI.H and FARH Dollar FEED MIIJLII- - Clrclsrs nd Testimonials sent choice from orer 130 different Volamea.300 to '.00 PP- - and paper one year, post- on application. WIXSOX XlKOa.. a.ton. To. paid. Book poUe, lie Extra, M.0UO books given away. Amonctheai are: Law Without Lawyers: Family Cyclopedia: Farm Cyclopedia: Farmers' and AGEiTS WAMTED KSYiZS'Tn'd'r&S Stockbreeders' Guide: Common Sense In Poultry i:AiTi5iib,jortnaklnitnuzs, Yard: World Cyclcpedla(a;reatbookl:Donnelsoni g Tidies. Hoods. Mittens, etc. (Medical) Counselor: Boys' U'efcl Pastimes: FlTa C Pentby mall for S I. Years Before the Mastt Peoples' History of United KltBF. Ill'tory of Plates: Universal (both sides).all Nations; Popular VTJ.. AJL.f.yJ, VISSiltf, lllitory Civil War paper, .f one year.all or An y oxr book and E WANT YOUI Paper alone ASc.. If subscribed for by rrofltaW to repitsvni u 1a Tery January .10. IBfl. Satisfaction cuaranteed oa bookl ..w " BploTmct iuv.iui Weekly, or money refunded. Keference: Hon, sr n and J CWV lallrw t h M.inlk auu oarvw... as C.JLPAiianN'a, Mayor Rochester. Sample papers, Je. Urn comnlsetoo eo sales If preferred. Good staple bnya Outfit and parucuiajs Free. KrafT WlftW PraatBtt c a ytarl RocaMtr,N.T. Cloth-Bound pot-pald- 65 Cents Pays for a clear ff GRIND your own Bone, n SKflKJtP. CiRCU-"O.AR- UPRIGHT PIANOS, Boston, Now York, Chicago. Constructed on the new method of strlndns, oa similar terms. Bend for descriptive Catalogue, mailed free. MASON & HAMLIN ORGAN AND PIANO CO. Of 6TAN1URO EOUfiATE?'OURSEIiF. BCBOOb at low crtres. sena Cata- Pa. Smi w eo.NS. Ko. C.) 1 lo iccv. rpeciai ratfs io traencrs. u. hi eiiii&iia dL.l'liUa(lBlrUla. 5 , I A DAY S3ir:cTiliSi..- TO81JLlaesnotBnderthehQrse'sfeci. YTrlra FULL. HKLTTSIEK atant BEIX Slf EIT U0LbECtO.,Unr.31ta. tf-SSu- TSas JX-KC- I 1113 se aw t WUE.V WlUTt.NO TO ADVIIUTISEKP PLFU8R alala that jn sw tlia ATtrltasat tl - &. v . -- it j TT TJ f- - -- " " iI5' ir i TH r'-nr- e for declining wnHon'y the -in;!. i miitju tr. lilt! .villUM.siui- - n iii uu f;iv.iii iu .!...::.. uiui uununi nf private b H'i:ea Thu lie a I ville prison, had uien appointed to help elect the next Governor prviire Franklin, county, oa position in niitshe i a resident of They the Pension Oflire. or any of the State officers........ ,.. which none of the Purchase fellow claim The Coinmercial-Gaztvtteauother, have entered into a n rt. ..V 1. uuiuiiiiuititiii charged, (notably Henry Unrneit) i and in 1SS0. leading Ilepublirjui fpapers , still with politicians in variou s portions, at in the , . .. . ... t . r: ... waited in it ml nsMinuil f inn" hii mi i.iue in !iiiii:iie n aKiiir oif .i. .. oiatu. aimt ii?. i rlien th" Jn ine nines is 10 ne i of the Fm-- 1 il rid de'ention, mid la terrible blood shirt e:wup-urthe slate.". hid bimt-l- f elected a drlee:.te f..r ti,c' it. I ,der to efTeeMiallv H.mcirh "Any more details ?" llint his recwon -d oon-eut!in officials thought of Ilincs and aro responsible for Iiia wmdidacy." "WIki are the State ollicials!" 1IL.UOB1 SHIRT 'CAMPAIGN LIE I Yellow fever unci t'holorn. laterefttlMg t West Keu- "Well, I'll roll it to you straight, EFFECTUALLY SQUELCHED. tMCklNMs but for lieaveu'M sake don't give twcM to Ami Oilier fu'iiae. ((inhcru Mcwngrr.J mc nwaj. You know Sam Gaines tAT . , Lindsay lias declined to t asuungtox, JihIk" w wee. 13. The :itiu loin l'oore nave omy aiioui a candiiate for Representative of Ims'two vears left to run the Court of The eold season is "w again Frnnklin county in the Legislature Some tho nifmiinns AnnesiLs lor i oin Henrv. and tliev upon u.s, and with it cornea tbo Judges old friends ni'd iicuhbTs in iwire contnitlii-to.- l of the ....,., flk.it :lu 'iA .nil t'lii-- i mi, til i: lixin' iiui.i;r, to succeed him. iimhi opportunity of the ,&.,u imiii the Inrcliace will He interested in luarni'i V "" i r. ...:n i. ..i.i.. .. HICS1LLK COTOIEB. . qPPajpspM .. AN INFAMOUS SLANDER. J ri:i;3iT. Council Proceedings. Hickmax, Ky, Dea LJ. 1SSG-called meeting of the Council there were present Muyor French, Coun- cilrnen, Witting, Cote, llertweck nnd Kog- ft HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS HICKMAN, KY. UEAkEH IN ic Courier-.Tonriialt'orresposidpi- it ."......, i- -i i le . i . . ! i c tliein deeplv drained, and if the Hm.mels of all xvater courses be well opened and kept jiermantnt. huuobstn.ete.l it uill be fou,l iiifL-ni Hiiii nun mm coni ...:n i.. i in, t Fur tli-i- t iil'ii'O i.: ' win ueiaigeiy.sceur0. i: .o. iseotelruan, oupcht to be his own the last Castlemau and Ilines were ' tin ed at least to theJands hiugailja-)irac- tcad approved audMgticd. meeting were of Family firoceries, Confectioneries and I am in receipt Kueepssor. And in paving tliis it ltrtiiut t 'iiorthwesteni consj ,.(M,i thereto. All bonds' or stairrriuis, wnicu e iu neu very low lor1 i not in sympathy with the lately of your resolution ofccemberJ, ACCOUNTS ALL0WKI. the cah I'le ie call aid i?ee u?. ., .... i miner uiiiik inai uaut nous of water slmiiM Im ... mill t lugeiiier, ami The grown up pnjiid ee against Lind-se- y which readied me J w3!gg5g rT,Ty,.....,-)fw- accounts were prt?ontrd, iCaStleiunn will be stroiiL't for tl.; tii,,r. ir., ;,....) ..,..i ;hi lllllllllOH and being projieriy approved, on motion i.e.. .....j it,i in Western Kentucky. because of numerous resol uttniis..'- letters, I 'IliiiCK.aml, of course, will be again diiclies cut so as to prevent them wire adoHetl, and checks ordered irstted Itf Cnlll 1.. rtnr-- niot-nf- . Our Stock ol Laclirs and Misses Cloak , we know of no sensible reason for etc.. from varioii8""S-r- f v of yc o in tha iii uiu oiiing retiiied. i j lie rtujii iug ot fjr tl e amount-- ' : .ipptiiiiteiiu,iu,tiii vieui-ulillaif Vliitim .l..; Lindsey losing his popularity in W....V., uuuin, in,m.flIDi Saddlery aijd Harness Jackets and Short Wrai.s, is ofthe best class of (JOODS, made V.'C SOiti t iiat tiuit nil source ot had health uteiiLtn nines wiciiiuu. .,tn.-l" roll for week endinz I. in St. ?10 0 iVlarkfta. As : Might pointiiient, as a infThe ...! AI.MmnUmknim. now his old home counties. "What will become of the Rebel, eoss pools and "hole ill lbi "11 " 2.50 .PaTm ago 15. Uievnrd for sundries Western Kentucky Hoard of Examining11?justl out clean, last winter, the Stock now is all new, and prices rcmarfcafr tiO 00 votp I ground'' privys, and the removal W. Cole for Stniioucry would have been proud to do us ollice. ... Dr. T, 1.1,5 house. . I & FARR1S, hnv. Remember we will sell as low as any "liiucs win get tno great huik .oicomnosi nea a ot annua mo 15. Kingman for blazed nine - .In deft Lnidsav anv honor, nntl tn.ltne city OI 2teyrct f. oil PLUIjMER a fighter ;mire, ct eetor.i, are 4bflatwS a .rii,r.s stir. ho JV'CBE.-RGk'SiSO'STtethe dX4 point t ttbility c?... is r... our resolntioww to treat .The ors Everj'day2JuerJhi8 a ioseij.:iiid,J.uilu i,e ;.. 4i r..., osi-i'Tleit, .iyiWiOimmy bur ....,..! ' ",,,-"r- a' in u;rwr.ufc: monthlyCity Treasurer presented' TuiT Iftic '. son"Str, opposte - Cuttrier Office r.,?l- - tffcJlJol m,. .. r report which was ordered filed. IMUL.I, ..... '''"'" jn?f Hint ..m" ,AL"Wt. I...... , iiiu.ii, -- .rdco2n;i A J. JlictCH.ijr, -rtne oov iimII .....j iw mo im. eieaniu g of cellars of aid lm .. . . tl'miif ..... itnet lint llttf, 'siii1Cv ...... ILMTION ORDtKlO. .n-- , Miu ve gOt U iKii.i-i-ilIcif ,.v . ....-- 0 ... liw'iiillf' ,, 4 il iriM'llll llll'lll On motion ordered that an election be WEl.Lelected stock of Saddles and warm, enthusiastic popularity that iliu .llil.i.M.tiiimil ' v..,-- . Ct pointer, but don't ive egetab!es mid fiuils, ami arifltig-- , held at the C'ny bill ou MouJay the 3id Hi met. N"v wor' made to order. lerson - " in the old day was wont to greet uey. Confederate, me away, whatcxer ,ou do.-- ' iug for then fiee and petiuancnt d iy of January, 18b", for the purpose of Prompt attention given 10 liim in Western Kentucky, hut vine prison tame, to afrisition on . . . , .j .. A the eiitilatiou, is dining the winter eleclim a Major and six Couucilinen L.r Hoard of the M Jeal Oh is .' ran . , 16 K S' A I II I X O wuv ue nas lost it is not so clear the enumg j'enr, and T J. Wallace sr., 'season of Hist importance, ami we and Cen- ion, in the United Stabs Pension V. Siubblcfield were appointed of any kind. That he is now a citizen of A COWAHI) CKKW. lie has secured the services ,. .. itiitd the liingaud sleeping rooms, Jud va uir nitiu CICVLIUII ....:.! i tral Kentucky, and no longer one Ollice: that we. regret of that well known anl excellent vork- COLLU.K K.tTPKPKISE. of ns, might naturally detatch local inent as an insult to every loyal ' PASSENGER TRAIN KILLED WITH particularly in the rural distucts.i' On motion Councilmcn of llertweck, It. a guarantee of good and faithful work. oi ine i iuon ofteuot immediatelv above . such m i pride, but surelv would not cause man - an a. l SOLDIERS Aiu; . .. . ... ..r. . .. j -, apr2l imiiivhiun i.ire . i. ivier. IT A A. Fans, J W Cow Kill. ...:.... ainagoiii-iin- r . riii.. ieai cause. Mrini- 111111 iiiiini iieiti ?i. . ;. - ..i oni ARMED ZENS ROItltri) uiir i'iiII riru miiii i w iiiciiit xosxne c.ii e II. Uiiltier. were Ilubhard and rage to ine remnani 01 me n- wnen me iiresare ourneu antise,- - appointed n .special Chiu. us the Courier hears it hinted. is. commitlee of cnizenO .Tcry crack and cre ice stufled,the t.. .1.. cuiuc " ii y utiuI iuuius I. .. .!. .u uciiac ... t hat Lindsay is charged wiili hick Mug juirvivors of that earthly hell JY rmivy MFV ijf numn WlbUUJUN ft VHO ft?lkl :ur of t,u'se u"u,l,Sfl"ie a college may be built in Hickman. of appreciation of friendshi!, that 'and especially to the dead; thai TVKr TiiriUTiMK yt a very' hILROll i:TEslUN. baKements is drawn up into the he is ever readv to receive the ds 7a post coinpiifiiii? representa- Ann On motion, D E A L E R I ,V " ' ' j Tltn (Union) and house to be breathed by the young were apooiuted the foHowmj: to gentlemen ibkhit tula yUUK41BilCJUl of homage and work of admirers, but a committee ascertain titinui wll,cl1 ,h of1'" the never embraces occasion to return, prisoners of war. Democratic and v Fott Worth Tevis Mipchl to ""' ol'l!llik(,,a,l(l proible cost of the ritit of nay mid Laelide U'ock,) any favors. If this be true, it will Itepublican parties, idpicst that t (.Jl'obe iJe'inocrit re- - lhl' dim'1 t'a"6e of hl'nt'"8 biui depot ground)- for the contemplated g, j ' . ra.l road extension in the city and ns HICK MAX, AT ...,,. 'health, If nt fatal disease. ,,..;... kill the popularity of the brainiest the appointment of said Dr. D.tb ., , ,,IL .''V.,,1,b ,,r .,..,J. IV. CousiH. It T. ft Irr. W ;.. ,i.J Daiin- - the fieasnn beiiinniig vtcinii:it onccTthut ,. . i.pv lie revnk-et- l Uaker, and make belter. I have the bot n ,.,,. llM.ylor.H. C. Rainngeand 0..allerl (larger loaves.) A1 Elation, Oil ll.e ... V1 'J. V.:.,: "V';. "'I V. ;i , ..t nfllin "- - r.!..tim. i ii'ir ijiiiiisii.v o u.tov i " " I'tiftl winter and cweeier lrt-adj ec,sitiiiinc t "iv " I)nver .i 'and ending with the late spring, limn anv Iiatery in Samro'tv in ti, ii ofthe truth of the assertion. Our Uh Kvcelleney, the President of the "V'iw Itread A'o ,i..a.the United States, mill t hu . lion.! was mm e ovine oinotiriei-- oiuiiicii ,.eai.sii,L' ami purilicatiou, in. Com;iinini imi n iio.. ...i. m .i.- crenm, on hand allnnu a time. 101 01 Ice j . ..v. nf i.ii.d...,. ...... fa..nwiu.i .. ......,..., .....,, n.ri. ........ . ourna ... . t enniee Lenioiiaiio, (Clinton Street, Cornian & CoV OJJ Stand ) ineir broatlcst sanitarv sense. ot Council of the ludiscriiinnaie e of expio- a charge, lint. ' d. C. IJlack, Coininilssioner ot l en- - esterdav. not sustain such ItOW the couaidlv tI Cream Dread at WilburnV. . n iit. u."i as e maienals on lUe puWio never having asked or expected sions, w asuiugton, WILL WILuUKN. X11X- sobliers jitul inuleiioKfieiiciMs tiuik-- """""" and its surroundings ireis d.ir- - IStve mc a call. any favors, of course nouc were; Air. uanncy was appoiuteu to their medicine is thus described well as the city and town, should ing ciiriiniiis iiollilavs) rmj ot ilia preut augl3- be vigorously pushed to the great- - danger j osaible to resul' t Ithe ofJico he now holds in this htt-- j At 11:10 ibnr usr; refused. tint mail and exthe City putter Fulton Cirl'iill Court. after examination anil eerliti- - press train on the Kort Worth ami f st limit, for it is during this pe- 011 motionordered 10 rigidlj and tlie oth lean htc euriree Now is your chance to get 'cation by the United S'ates Civil-- j riod that the conditions are ino.st man of art. a, of the Alice M. Howe and Thoa. J. Howe, city ordinance, which fi nilflL?t IC CAft'lilO PfiMiliili?LUkll iimi i tllnt. Denver, bound for Fort Worth, favorable for that full and perfect ttc Illicit 4frClWL-Uill ,frk llitZll on Homethiu'gt niwu iui yin irnuino cuiiiv: vuinuimiwi piohibits the telling fire lo any lire-- ! Petition, Ex I'arl. present, which will be useful thirteen mouths ago upon my se- - stopped at a water tank just north sanitary preparation which should crackers, rockets, or other explosive ma-- 1 of liellevue seventy-fiv- e 3 and ornamental, at lection. lie then was, and now miles uoith Station, Worth. A be made for the summer season, terial, &e., nnder a penally cf from one' To all ichom it tnu; conrrrn : He it known of Tort to fitly dollars the enforcement of this thai on the 15ih day or December, 1SC6, ,T. Amhbrg's. Sons. when virulent and widespread is, a citizen of the United States, few artiled in the1 minutes bcfoie to apply especially to decl7-2t- . and on equal footing with every rived three men had the train to epidemics are most apt to occur, ordinnnca of tlie cityonly, andthe blutr aad ihe nliov lylcd pelitioneri countj-- , Iheir, that part under ridden up Circuit Clerk s otftce oT this have pcrmanentlr. 01 e of the finest wort nun luct.te Pv.l, hi! wty other citizen. In ere were no pre- - a house 200 yards from the tank, experience has show 1. ;hat meas- - Wine between Alleghany treet 0:1 the petition praying that the said Alice Si. ICerorm In of cleanliness li.i.tn befure List, und Obion eireet on the West. Thia Mono be nlju'iUed aiw sole, with pour, mke rooltnj; nnd tinning a peia ly lcrreu applicants lor tno pitice to tied their homes and ordered their uies I trill not be iinilerill, even in larger cities T!ie State 10 take ellect troin i publication. cr to uae, enjoy, eetl and convty for her we now have i which he WaS appointed. He lias dinner. They walked leisurely to- hand are of far mue im.ioitaui'f any property he may own may plead that t bey arc not re"jM.ns:b!e .since discharged alltho duties of tin nun 1011 Council adjourned. or on benefit, for the protection ward the tank, and about that time commiiuin against of or acquire free from ihe claim or claims Attest, t vh'w ".''""."Iliwonieeinan able and epidemic disea nc 10 make contracts, W. L. McCiTcnes, C. C. a train pulled in. One of the of hp.r . Irue Ine leffinlative C! R & I! ipj BJ .Ii win admit. hte Ik:.... houtUt.iu Mrm i 'nantier. an shown by the reports three men ordered engineer Claude ses, than emoval or disinfeeiion and he sued, to ple.id nnd te tmplcade I, t use, hasacttl di. tilth, after prttnt. Mi'trallv shortsighted and ;wjiiy to "10 f hlS Superior oflicer, the Ayers, the fireman, to tcquire, to hold to enj ly. to dipoe of KKAD THIS. the porter, of made its the r:.Hi e. ally appe irorie ueiorui is inerelire mreesa'- m medical retereo. Ue has shown .Johnson, proprriy. and in every viy to ue the Sections I, 6 and 6 reads as' follows; the baggagemabter, and llint dire-tioaNo. P.iduc.ih Mandard himself fame ns Ihoticb hc were tin unmarried. The recent epide-.nof yellnu capable and Iionest. fi. G. Miller, an engineer who was Aee. I -- .Any person nho shall ehoji oil woman. Given under my hand ns Clerk simon-purThe above Is from a fever at ib'loxi, Misn.. winch fortti nn Kiin, pilol or other fire arm within Pulton Circuit Court, thia the loth day of Hu is in harmony with fus lawful I illin r ii t tin ,.il t . I no t Iui i democratic paper, and one that we superiors in their iews Ot . OUty .....1 ,, t,i i, nately develonotl so late in the the city, except in dcfCii-- of person or December, lbSG. i ii n; vi e ii , uiirviiitiii In irnt fVtlm believe would be second to none and government. T SI FKKNCH, Thehe I IIUIS. .jllul. (Tnt ti 1A 'ilwmt tliii'tv fOT season that its spreail was liv iroiierty. bhull be fine lor each offense ..,, v....- . ., . (Corner of Jackson and Kentucky Streets.) ;.c ..n.i:. . :.. i?,. .i mil leas .i..c i ,,,u .i e Clerk Fulton Circuit Couit. natural causes prevented, may be dullsr?. than tno nor more timn sixteen j ' V V "tant from the train. The men taken as an emphatic wanting of V duel 7 tr Democratic party from false or judgment, of public nol.cv and of See-iS.i ' ...i Any person who ;baH set Gre lo !.,. V. .,"..,.'" .1" what may reoccur next summer, any tire crackers, rocket , or other eplo- Indeed, existing law. Mr. Dahtie.y may ,,. . wronging accUHHtions. iMiai .llce. -aro not wanting of shwll rl the objget of the Staudanrs arti-- ' remain in public oflic.c,. far as I agent went tlitougli tlietn. as instances ofyeltow lever have five material, aior who or public ftr- to or Taken up re a tny l,y SIr H. SI.' tliro in tho reels j'aees of wiieie cases cle is to urge "reforms" inside the) am concerned, while tlv'rie coudi-part- road men ,,, f,om ,.us,..s M:riM..,. - "' ') turpentine i N or tj.e to - of Shtw, living i ml!o ?fui lieat of the!;- ., Kept mem in one. ,.,, ,, aim and by the party. Uut,, tious e.ii-t- . man, near the Dredeu rond, in Fultun ny shall he miIj-c10 ..e n.ir the epidemic of tJ:e year preceu. o' not lews tl.iui one nor n.oro i than nfino county, Ky., one red Sieer, with some y ust oi'Exr.n with neiv STOCK, out and out. '.in- - Mvlih RKiR fcr hire. then, it charges ltie foregoing stateiKMit fifty rER.Mi reasonable. had gone to the smoker, and ates I'atronace snlirited .umJ jf k 5,IOII;4, ,IIIV,, M, hl itvil.iia for each offense white in hii face, an some white pon on l) 1st. Hopeless incompetency, the entire law of the case; began the work ot boodle-gather-' In hodj, nbont vl((( ,n Say jears old. marked with ,l0 (..lse )f Ki() 77 VJT 2nd. Miserable shortsighted- - but that you may not V.isappre-hen- d ,n VV. H croji oif the rislu, an.l swallow fork in 'that we cannot be made to suffer? iiess. Ilon'l Kiiirlinci:l. the wisdom of his appointleft ear. mil !ippraie. hj Geo. blunt, nl nctSCMSSo WARNED BY A l'ASSENGEH. Again, as long as I here is a ease 3rd. A condition of afi'airsj ment, and that you may know who th) value of dte;n dollars. Witness mv Yolt cannot afford to v iwte in exon the conii-goin- perimenting v!irii your Ilincs timein dan- hand, this Gib day nf Novemher. IPSO When the men had been noticed, of Asiatic cholera 'possibly worse" than iucompe - nud what this young man is and ire J W. M.WES, J. T. F.C. through the pockets of the nent of Kurope. America is in ger. Consimipti m at nay j hthh, at find, tency" or .shortsightedness,7' lias been, and that you may know declT in the rear danger, and our vigilance ami oi.ly a cold, t'u not j crmit an ilealrr to (which evidently means "corrup inai 1110 nature ot your resoiu porter, a passenger omo cheap 1111 iiiltnc upon ou lion.") & tious is not true, and that your car, who had his head out of the preparation should not abate one tiou of Dr. KingV with Discovery for ita New WORK CATTLE FOB SALE. These charges are made against denunciation is leveled at one window, saw what was up, and im- -' iota. . Coughs and but be sure' MANUFAvTUREns- OF I have live vokc of FISK WORK CAT- the Democratic majorities which who in lS(i,l was but a child, and mediately went through the two y u set the en nine HoeaitMj he can mnke at : They are overstocked have controlled Kentucky Legis- who never saw the place you men- coaches calling out tie I rofii he may te'l vott he bus j..inte TLK for stle. They are in tine plight, and thinu just as or j'ist "Put away your money and val- Plaut's with Cloaks ami Wraps. be deceived, pood, iiiriai the same Don't will trained for lodging. Also, two Lo latures, and says they are only tion (Andersonville), I append cerupon jjrtting Dr. WacoiH with c!aiin. bit Ton can pick your choice at cost. Kt ; we will be robbed.' pmially true ai to the State tain papers for your consideration uables J C WELL?, mi's New Discovery which is gunran officers. At once the passengers secreted Call ami see for yourself. and call your attention, in concluArlington, Ky. ttovl! eid to j;ive reliel in nil Threat I.tifj; auThat which the Courier sub- - sion, to the fact that the Union all they could and awaited results. Chect nil'rtifinn Trial bottle) free at 0 mitK to the Standard, in all proper soldier has suftered no harm at In the smoking-ca- r were four UniOn New Year's Day, 1881. the A. llolcombc's Drug islorc. jurcuvi ibr IScut, 15 courtesy, is that it shall give its Dr. Dabney's hands in his year ori ti'd States soldiers, negroes, be- - town of Ilopkiusville was shocked t ,n the Twenty-fourtA. readers "a bill of particulars." more of service, as the doubling the iiilormation that .Tames LyitiK on .lame IJavou, in Mo., 100 Acres Let it specify wherein the Demo- - record of the Pension Bureau fantry, under command of Super - Wallace, Cashier of the Bank of in each tSood fences. Will furiiili rent- crs 4 cows and calves to milk if pood care r.ratic. represt 11 ntives have shown shows. I have the honor to be iuteudent Connors, in charge of IEopkinsville, and one of the litht $.1 per acre. is taken of them. fQjrTerm two deserters, Reich and Bulr.,' citizens of the county, was "incompetency" Upon what very respectfully yours, iHtlucnous itrme lor 10 nv overuow. Ap-- 1 questions or policies have they taken to Leavenworth from ' faulter to the amount of SwO.UO'J ALEX" A. FAKIn, Jxo. C. Black, Com. ply to shown shortsightedness; Hickmnn, Ky. and he neyhu saw" andebsoxville. Fort Sill. Connors ordered his and had fled from the State. Tie nN men lo draw their pistols and give bank was a strong one, and able e:i wherefrom comes its intimation of U.J. Dkal, ChsrUston, Mo. or to JL&.entucky. Department of the Ext eriok, fight: that the robbers must not to stand the loss without closing u1 taiS-JJe:i-4corruption! tiT3 W'UUm L'5 t,l r.1 UI '.Si .1 Pension Office, Washington, be permitted to go through the its doors, l. H .ir......l ii The Courier admits with much ". .John ('. Bhirl; cars. When it was seen that the reward of 53.000 for the arrest of V2ilLL Groceries concern that there is a growing Dec. 11, 1S8G. distrust and dissatisfaction among t ommistimcr 0 i'rutwns Dear Sir: soldiers weie going to tight, Hen the cashier, but he made good his' 25cts Lower than the Lowest i , the people as to these implica- Inasmuch as the press of the ry J'Jlliugcr, ot eort bin, 1. 1.,' escape. A courier Journal tlop- 1 have no clerk expunsss no store ren country have made many false went to Connors aiwl begged him kiusville special relates the terms tions or charges, but are these and pay cash for all my Groceries, and statements about me, I deem it to submit tamely, saying the founded on fact I herorore can sell as cheap as the cheap cotmpromise with tho b.ink DEALE K. I3ST state a Uab. h.an.. nf Wiltenhrcr ami t.nn If so, what proof exists. So far my duty to 1you toborn ouupon my men and children were greatly which litis heen ellecteu hy tlie a cotton alarmed, t.ar Flour, 25 cents cheaper than the Iot such accusations have only been honor that was and that all the valuables attornoys for Wallace, the settle-werJ Una WIT 11 Mi. plantation in Hinds comity. Mis- made in general ter;ins,aiid therehidden away and but littlej ment contemplating n loss to that 1S50 ; that I nev- - would fore no opportunity for proper de sissippi, May 10, be obtained; besides, he, institution of $38,031. Wallace is FOR PITCHER'S is offereil the accused. If ier was eniistett in any army; mat said : under indictment in the Christian tente T. TYLER II. A. I was the accusations aro true ami my never at Andersonville in "These men may have fifteen or Circuit Court, and it is understood n SM life: that I never served on twenty confederates in these raM that efforts will be made to secure T can he tmstaiuci! then tho Demo ATTORNEYS AT LAW, ..tAT...-- . AND emtio management of Kentucky,' uru au"erc; lliai A. "ev',r-ough- t vines about here and you will ' a pardon for him in order that he PATENT xu at an,y ,,erson MCKilASr, - - - KENTUCKY f"1 ? to bo defeated bya Rml '.fc j cause innocent people to be mur- may return to his home and family. ticket." IUt, if they aro not true,1 !hat 8 fnr a8 dered." "ILL attend lo all busiii.. eniru.tcil ESS 1kjii Kfe&iffi? Abdominal Bnjporti the., we snhinit that DemocratiJ ,nfl,,t,cn wa8 brought tJWar to Others joined Ellinger in his mri i tvisryi wtMmmii to their care. For Ladies Misses and Chil-- ,' . "gnent: Za3iviysair Procure my present journals and democratic Office MEDICINES vaBtHibM Connors reluctantly drena Cloaks, go to Plant's, they! Frnitur Faetory. fe.rV5.jr- toll Republican Li Arvice consented to do as requested. Attom fnr nffioA i.Ani.i Qnca nevS.'TB x IlSTT Pi YOLMWi ir. By this time the two men had are overstocked and' will give you voiniiu8ion ceriincrr, mnlrik mmti p(ul.Ma o"voi.,-- f .i.-:- .i Centaur Xiinimciit is tho moxt big bargains. "bn"ia" """ ness; that Gen. Stree IKubli- ...rt.' coverthe wonderful Pain-CurA.Krr n reached with soldiers, and,demand-e- d .IsTXI can) commander of a ura UI V J ing them the forty-fiveworld litis ever known. May field, Ky., the county sent A. R. in New Orleans, r usOmmenilCflAS. DOUGLAS. Eonenr DOCGI.-tB- . their pistols, which the soldiers HBW(':'"--itft.'.''",'''i."..'''In fact, the largest stock of ' ed me by letter to vou iL lieinr a of Graves county, and a flourishsurrendered. TnilFTkRTiniFSi im gmwsmgm&xiFl H outlay, Christmas and Fancv suitable man tor tint no imion oft , 1,000 inhabitants, is ing town of DOUGLAS BROS.. Mia.... III. ..w.-- w g wouldn't ror the ladies. Goods, iii Jackson's Purchase, at United States Examining Sur keM'k euden voting to secure a branch GROCKRY, C. U. Landrusi's. ''How much money have vou road from the Illinois Central. that, ro far as I know, no om in &C, &., At. &o., &z. &c. BAKERY, your Department knew my politi- got ?" asked one of the robbers. Saturday a committee of her citiRESTAURANT NomclklRs of War Tim ex. cal faith when I was appointed in "Only $30 to feed mj prisoners zens forwarded to Chicago to Pres HIE A M AT ALL. HOURS. earrrtwcnptiotis tilled at suiy lwur of tho day" or lualU. Hhs iJK Wll with," answered Connors .. W ident J. G. Clarke, of the Central.! ... can .Keep 11 tiien," aim So many of our younger grown this ofiice. -oeTic. r. ta. Aftr Fortr Teir" "Will keep a general aisortnient of FamI have the honor to subscribe ion petition wherein attention is iucla people, men and women, were exrtnDC in the ily Grocerie. Confectioneries, Ac, nd preparation ui niorv robbers passed on. They told the j t.aH,.,i to tho advisability of thin Ono Il'indrttl children during the civil war be- myself, very respectfully, baker. Goods Veep einpUyetl a ..i m in the last coach: f"j lil Thotnand aTOllcatlon lor paieni. tending the road to that point T. S. Darney, tween the JTorthern and Southern all fresh and new, and will not fce under- "Ladies, you need not bo afraid: The question asked is: "Will it WW M triM, tho pulliUer ot thn Scientitlo i.old. Medical Examiner. jnn25 State, that it may be of interest American continoo tonrtm oliciton we won't take anything from you,'- ,,.IV to 1111 such a road?" The B tiTij 4 lorpatcntce!i'.tnid-mrk.eofr-f.rTT-to them to read somethin r of the tor tho UaiiJ Mtos.nd j rialiu.etc and were true to their words, but, committee ably shows the amount 10 ..btain patent in CanJi. llnsljoJ. trance, coBt of living in the Southern eonntnei TtiMrriperl-enc- an.l all notwithstanding this, several la- - j of paRKenger traffic and of freight Germany,uneualeU othir their facilities aro unsur- e and n States during that period. Du- CANDIDAS OF JUDGE HINEc dies were greatly frightened. trafflc tmt milt bo llonp am Drair'mss anil irciflcatlnns prepared anj filed Fultorr Crcilll Court. ring the last year of that war, a "ry hort none. Having gono through the last c.anH attention to the tobacco in tbo Talent Oflictn for examinationrormmodel! of o chars' Sam Gaines and Tom Poor. barrel of flonr cost from $10 to Jennie L. llarnes or drawmiM AiWice br h mail free car they ordered passengers to traffic. Vtunn.VCo aronoticed In Equilj. MOSCOW, KX., and Iat.ntotitJinwliliron.-UNION CITY, TEHdX,, 300; a bushel of corn, $7; butter, From f.qlarillo CummrrrUl. InthoSCinVriKICASIEKICAJ.wlnchnM vacate and go to tho sleeper. A. A. Hajnes, on Petition J raovt circulation ami i ; eggs, 2 a dozen ; lard, the lareit $3 a pound tho world. "What does the Dfwspaiwr of itj Uiml published in was promptly obeyed.. which Mnnufactuire and keeps constantly on linntl, a full suppljr of To all whom it may eoniern: Beit known ; coai, zw; ttit, 3Sa sack; Judge. Tlioa. Hiues candidacy of mi. 1 order 1...1n.l .it flirt ffi Tbo idtantj;e of such a notico ertry patentee C for Governor ine luiiir ...-ww lunvcu it t . thnt on lhe 6th day of December. 188C, mAJ . . ..-- . nan Ao.rn. lire iml plndi.Hr illn'trtei new.pipr the $X0O a the above styled petitioners filed pnbhshod ' mean V a.8ked the Commercial of ward end, and thon the robbers, --The J. M. White, one of the I, Th to liAVtiBlCI.Y at deoted y;ar. and iu Circuit Clerk's office of this county,intheir COFFINS, METALLIC, ROSEWOOD AND WALNUT BURIAL CASES. to Irish t.otatoflV. fti the best paper idmitted .uo ofJho l,p8t informed politi- - jumped from the rear platform.' fiCst steamers on the Mississippi .iijincenntt worke, and mechanic, invontioca. "f Irtrrrf Sfcw petition pray inf? that the paid Jennie L. other ilTartrnrnta of Indtwtnal prneres. Orders by telegraph or telephone will recoive prompt attention, J McA ont, "Come on, pnrt-- i wa8 burned to the waters edge country. It contain the c,anf. f lhe State' in anr ac.ItitleorcveryiriTention names of Ilaynes be adjudged v fctnme sole, with patented A full line of Ladies' and Genu' Burial Robeson hand. Picture Frame mada tt turkevs I00?ln,t,f. ? all patenter. "W at Ioea it meant Why, it er, to the man guarding the en-- j Tuesday night last, near P.aton .. Try tt four month for one dollar. each power lo ne, enjoy, sell and conyey for order. Old Furniture made new. We ninnafacfcire Cannon's Pile Ointment, Linimen o ; "ieaus t,,at ,,e companions, benefit, any properly to patent write t bo and only few Medicine. No If the no pay. woou,u a cord. These prices Governor nml thnt i.nxionat.A to ..i,. gineer,o andti.B Tim,. who join- Kouge, La., .,.... ..W, a .....u.i-c- of i. Kiinnion ha.e an intention SeientiSc Amencaa. her own acquire free from the she may and Chill will take orders cure them "now.We expect to trarrdle Frrrnituie, Buggies, k., lnisnrplvS. t:.i .i. Ci., ..ib'.i'.il-r-. ul ;. claim or oon, and own or .i .,--; o -J York "for Hrondw-r X' :. """ wiio io ara rnresniitPil iui,.,, (MM . ,"'WI u"ll'' horses, mouiiieut escape from the burning veRsel iblM.cdbooV aoout patenU mailed rr. claim?, of her husband, lo make contracts, junel8 can give walked to their i" llie otate 1... mwi sue nnd be sned, to plead and be impleadJnckl,erac,08erace- - Hincs and rode away fast to the The exact number of lives lost is ami inliiirt I.Zl, n5ti,n.fc-- ! i. ei. ed, to aeqnire, lo hold, lo enjoy, lo dispose know for east and wheeled around sonth- - not yet known, but is said to be; 1IANDERBILT I1NIVERSITY, of property, and in every way "to use the years, and all his friends thought west and entered the heavy tin,- - nbont sixty. Tho boat was load-same ss though she were an unmarried Eighteen Professors and Instructors. ' W "AS:iVILI.r. IJ TEX. whom art approximate! correct. h0 would die, but he has been ns Clerk Given tinder ray anil Agricultural and Mechanical, Scientific, Engineerifl&Classici, MmmI S'cIhI, four miles below Bellevne. ing cotton, and the fire originated! rVren pojvrfmfrit: f.ltrmfnrc Mm ce l'liarmncr woman. Circuit Court, this hand7th day of ber. jud the . Fulton ' ,,ute u,,rc"IousIy restored and Ii. Mu.teiit in The train hurried to Bellevue, and about the boiler. The whole boat open ipt. Wclty Hall, anilThroloer are lnrnllil December, 18SG. -- rlArgest Military Tactics, Gommsrcial and Preparatory Coirsis if Stiif. . atock of Christmas w . v.r tvm.; tuition . . -- :.., in c.,..: was destroyed in about 15 min-- l room of .Vte,llinc nd Pentiidry ofen "ct. Ieprt-me-rf. . 1.. hj mB v i n wavra a btd ru ui 1ft, i.iiiiiiiii T. M. FRENCH, COUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED FREE OF TUITION. Goods in Fulton ennutv, at f.ncmeenne. i in ing about for a man to brtt Buck- - tendent C. L. Frost, at this city, utcs. and tno scene as depicted1 n.Vt;ii;.Mrtn.Vn1Vrach:LCr.sii.i:jiAiirai. Clerk Fnllon Circuit Court. Fall tern begins Sept. 8tllt 1 8 86. For Catalogue and other Inforrnatioar C. C Landrum's. ncr certain politicians and State detailing tho crime. dec!7 was agonizing and lieai !&wt I ; tuideritninl tliat Jude mu ." is ean lidale fur ilie .submitted: ajrainst Mr. United Slates Senate ljerk. On this matter. lie ClK-IK- commissioner iilvk's state- ME.vr. is open in the expression that. DErAnTMRNTOi'THErNTEnio- -, uiileriA some better reasons are ;5viMi than lias .et apcared, It U. S. Pknsios Oi'FKfeVAsniXC believes that the bi, brainy ton, i I)...C, Dee. 13 lSc -- To Omni .. ,. .. liJ).") .. :. It in LindHe.v filiated for ! polili,;Slj effect, the fol u ii........n....,.iiniiii(i i " -inir iiiiiitmi i.u.ici.vjiwi.uciii. lere will lie iiniinr ..r.j ti'iioin ,iM.i ivi.HHw u.n- u.tivw, i linn nun .uitme 'if like Virgil Hewitt and aro afraid of his popularity, and even old up. , man Dick Tate is to be shaken Kentucky usually gets Jsteru ister of the Land Oflice, tw. ""'J S""10 '"oniitani man will he ,i . I K other tilth', ami it damp or marbln spo sexist upon the premises hHve ern. and American Marble The Mayor staled the objecl of the meeting was to lake into consideration MONUMENTS, TOMB AND CRAVE the request made by the citiiens of Hickman at a public tneelinR held this day, STONES. which a lor the Council to appoint a I IIU SlIfCt'S.HUll IMOMMMltlOli nT .,. received a fine lot of committee to visit Nashville for the pure HAVING Italian Marble, lam pretain Miuitarv work, esneeiallv pose of conferring with .Major J V pared jmiio;i1 of the giosser and m01l. Thomas, president and Reneral manager our to fill all orders. Call and examine I work. of the X. C & St L It It., with refereuce nil itiaii e Kirms ni iiiiikmiiooi rdera from the country promptlj to the contemplated It. It. connection at fild. One of the first external comii. tious of health, botli for man and this place. may 26. On motion of Councilman Cole, the beast, is purity and dryness of Major appointed It. 1'. Tj ler Esq and isoil, Iieuee the great alue of mu-- . Dr. A. A. Faris, as siid commitiec; and . SAVE oJONEY.: ...., unTOc, . lace cleaning, as well as subsoil .i. piA.t. ccrl,f,ed uir'v.r. uriu .i;a..i.i lof heso me com ' mi"fe ft "PI'y proceed tlrainage. Kemove promjijly Ulj(1 Wu are Wholesale Headquarters lor a! :uc:. .. ii.. ii t n i ii oi'o ii gu i v at i hoii.so retuse Hiul Va motion, Council adjourned. grades of Italian NEW IW H ! rita bsiUhh gyyrsgcra; n" ir &2TD I 8 U Eg3 e lOWTO B Wg (O) &ny 2? s ' BS 53? i I ..."' I d - We invite the att'iition of the public to a careful inspection of onr rr? c. and ill job to deder only at Factory' Stock of Fall and Vmter Drv'Good-- , Clothing, IJoot. Shoes, ) a IIh Ksi.vs, Ky , Dec. Hih, ISSti prices; alhO th fell confident in stating that ii is by far the prettii- -t and best scleoluai Council ini S seal 1:3:1s lr'snt. May r FrciHi Snefiar fai S&ua, wc ever had, with prices as low as the same el a.--. of rJ Louiiviinifii lttmg, Kamapo Ki'ger.--. Fcdic . the bent i.i the mtrket. We also keen' Cole anil llertwecu. ........ u . .j, ... ja S3KSSS3 I,, constantly on h.md a choice selection r,h?JirtijM-a11 The miuiiti- -i of waugg r in 2 V. I Attnt. McCUTCHKX, C. C. CTO'UK38.H6 T03AGGQ and CIGARS ' , SJ, .' - i - .. ..ill', . foll-wi- ni; u ln t 1 P, Ile-'Wa- s -- mm .,. ...-,- v :' I " tri.ii-iT".- -.. I.? Jg . . iAgyfpr 'g' - 1 "jr-j- J. r ; fc . i (.5 lie-appoi- .:-- - . ".'..".' 1 ex-soitii- , ' A 1 . 1 .- v,..-v.,- ..j- -- I ; ! I 1 , mm mm ri O. B. KINGMAN, it .... lifiiu..,..,:n;rrl,M, J '- .I. l,A-..- - - '"ue .' - ., ,.,,, - ! - iintv-cRwHu- .. Hard war e, mware, sues, m niPUfliaXT. f. 1 -- ! u-- , tr-m- i to-da- y mar-Im- ll I 111 gir'&&i rtaj m'p9 ! i J I J -- ' j 1 'Kt-iittielc- ; r it-- i efli.-ien- 1 n c j y e - 1 1 Pf S4ftkl!. 4 ' e tr-ii- 1 j n r . . V . -- I ". .i.i 1 5 i 1 7 I -- y 1 cou-clud- cs i'''; - imnmiA n, KENTVCKJ 1 I k- j I , ' ! KINGMAN , g , j n, HERTWECK, BALTZER CO. Col-Is- I 111 - -- '0"ig j h In-ta- . j aih-bein- g j Til B-rk-- T-tr-rrv-i7. 1 A- ' ilbJJLaVLl b? i Hickman, I W. COWGILL ! e Iry I &R. DRUGS, Trusses I I 1 1 I Tl&K 1 A. Jit W B3ihi m tif'j-ze -- I rf er s, ":' o .. 1 ex-ladi- Si 6rrtt-cl.- n 2 J - q V "J J- UNDERTAKERS, and CTATE COLLEGE of KENTUCKY . I '!Z j whMu!!' 'H puo-lui- ed ..-..- -.i. "T"v". -- - . "'j -"- north-rboHUcai- T i'" ...... y. rhil-owi.l- ii - a . . k. ffi-e- nt 0 ., am . I t I r rf M -- it - v r ' m k. ""AjH-ifaK&tS- :j5.X W&S?- SSiSS r V1 X niff.'iM.rjft.y 2inuciiiseu some ladies jfn ;..!.--ti,;.. com- T '..-.S V'T nrinir m your advertisements .,.;.. rf i and ntaoibi for th. year. importance of ?. SSS"a5r' '?- , a colUl lucKinan, anil bcwincn nf Dcnuuiui Junius ami (ilium " Tea Set that would he a hi( 1,,IS promise, ami our ownearnebt I .,. . con victim., wr. !:iiii t.,.r,... , Christ rims riff ar LOCAL NEWS. . n xmu Several months ngo tile ffafif.rfJge'J .! -- rriitTrt CJbtrK- - ... mail, mot hern, to . fr. - Ut in1 pass; lit Will soon be here. In the meantime you will want noino goods; We are offering our entire stock at gieat'.y reduced prices. A I'lWf-lifBET rv i WlflrPF as gassa gmaaa UM9HI u uiyuiujj.auu 3-- . been Uik.Mi from there by t..c 0j line Silk IJandkerchiefs.. tine -Lin-- I fillc5rr. .. ..v. ,.,.,. ,. ()SKry ' GloVCS, if il lSeS, MUCKS, UarpOtS, VJ Villi . LCI ' ' i steamers Mary IIoUWi n. Pans t . 'ii Handkerchiefs, plain and bor- Council to have shaped , una legal, . .. ?: HoOfS, SliOCS, 13 llts, ,Ca)S, LiUlies! "Ve'nrc. jHn :... ..lit dered, are now sold lower than iiuifiiiKi.Mii.. piunosiiioii. then we N n 1 1 p p Hrown. Citv of N.v Orle:.iM:ui(ll(uo-s- pr3de of Phi;,, .Medium and Fine FUKSITURE, at gnalS- Guidii." Star. Such shipments over at duceJ tiriis i tti'I line at a!: limes, of Cliaira nt..., ...Irk. can go before the people unembai bo.v)0 CHSHmcrOS, )0 'ireaw toil Tali! are but a moielv of the euro that NVOOl Slvll'tS, Wardrobes. ('Iianitr Ser- Srr..,,.. K. .? J. AaiBfiUG's So:,s. l.ishc u u any- Kino issues, aim apntee our iri:o- - to !m the and c ! declT-2t- . the Nashville & Chat tanoo-'- road o twit. Inteilicnt tiiecefort peal to voters on the exact merits sold wool; SI. 00, we inv tiiH ur mvestigtioa oi our goods We are Leuhpiartiri en will et to carry South through .IJIair says of his Edu- of the enterprise. Hence, "in the Many I presume, are in a qiian-dcra- r Nafslnille when the Cairo & Texas for 75c. sold else- - . HirT sell for (()c: cational Bill: JIt "is doubt fnl approaching city elections if the pkwI i t noil ikt tn VTii!rm 1in what to bnv for their of a college wrdfcl give whether it will be passed this Ili' miles of road building K alLwIlCKS? for 81.25, WO Sell foi S1.00. .' friends . 1. .. : preference in voting to 'council-me- n ..... uiiiui; !.. ni": imu 10 licucshiir.v 111 .....1.,. iiiu u.v JiwZn!9t&fil'iK&s-E!vmlz- t me "' oooiii'nani! .Mtta'lir UuriRt Casrs nf env rim In V who will agree to have a le- SnaetHnAs 3 UultS ClS2ttj tension. Ww aiscount nil comutiiinu in this line. ISeere "ft 17" We nowoffer big bargains in gal proposition shaped npj and to U.aiiir.g and k&i . 17.1 JobifltWrTit HU Ready made Clothing, Hats, Caps, give the people a chance to vote 9 The chief of nnliee will havo Boots, Shoes and nil lines of Fur- on it, it ui..muitp in success. Now tV, CSjuij? re Roads undef City HaM. . la large extra force on duty during fVuli?J nishing Goods. let the mothers, those who have the Christmas Ilolidajs. I he lioys J. Amueko's Sons. children to be educated in Hick-- I iflSfiUU, must bo careful when they shoot u k a decl7-12t- . man, commence to talk and exer- ami roman cantheir U. BUCHANAN, V. Prctt. K. 2VTrf.EK, Vr. U. L. AL13XANDKR, CtH Benjamin R Butler, of Mns- - cisf t!,.e.ir leRUflico on their 0? tifei), dles, the poliee might catch you. v sirqi .tnu.iiu-i.-w ill act as e.ounse fori '"" sachusetts. ' Our joung folks are prepary j ts 7K Yfry Wir "ST TfTf Zrr. Geo. II. Thobe in his contest Its a shame that Hickman, the To r-- i third oldest town in Western Ken sny, ifall such I have only this to ing for a muMjuei adc ball, and al with Mr. Carlisle. UJ WS jT y you wUh r. f ess e H liLLi SDJ S Wiiai "3" tueky and the second in wealth, table and useful to make an accep- so a Fancy Dress Hop, 'during fj one that picscnt, feli' While looking around for should be the only one without a week. fail to be appreciated, just Chiiatmas cannot I5K'K.AS. 2Y. Christmas presents, call and see college. 1 .all at .MKS. GAliDNKK'Si the fine display of Silver and V. .2. i'. A. SI'OHE. where on will find an oo! lies nits in r.wry Cnsc. Glussware, at tkUbMu Will meet in the Baptist D. A. Ilradford, wholesale p.icr deiler elegant line i J. Asihekg'sSons. w vuuin 850,000, church, Snmiuy afternoon, at .'? of Chattanooga, Tcnn , write, that he was deeI7-2t- . GOODS, IjOLIDAY Lea tier. Uev. V". W. seriously afllictrtl wiili a severe cold that o'clock. the very bot Companies in the United States. Christmas tree at the Baptist on hips 1uik-- ; had tried tinny G. miner Subject for discussion : Represents a line of JJehi! rcgul'irly orRanized and ready for busing?, wo rcspec' fully colic-i-t tl ie ratronVgi" without benefit. IMng induced t of cverv variety. church, Friday night the L'lth. " The danger of procrastination." ( O FFl CE A T CO Ull - II O USE,) Dr. Kind's New Discovery for of all. AH cutltccltona iffifue for depositors fr-- of ehai"e. Anti roved Tho Methodist Suudav School at try (' h. Mitcheil, K. B. Brevard With manv thanks fur past fa-- ! paK;r nmnis thrde Or four months, dz3canntcd at I lib did ?o ani was entirely c:iTd :..;.. ,.t.......i. ..;..i. f ..,i..,. o ttTdJZLT&JJST ICY. apr0 solicit a liberal share of and J. K. Fuqaa. rate of irer cent per annum. j by ii.e of a few hottles. Jsmee wlnrh tmo vors, 1'Stli. tho lie htt. used .. in his familv for ail Coughs volll p.ttl unage in the lU'.lire Ail are tuMied. it . .K I See our elejjant lino of line and lolN with btt results. 1.m 14 the young men. experience of thousands whoe liven liave J AS. CAMPHKLIi, 1'Jandies for the IIolidavR. Im- A. A. DAVIS. Secy. Ji. II. FllEEMA, eei: Jieovery I t n..,..i. ;, ,1 Tria, savisj uy nits wonucnui UoicombiN tnirt.l Wr-iJudge, Padnenh, Ky. U.TTVr.BR. VmM Fulton, Ky. froe ft, c. A. CltAS' BALTkkSf GKO.lt TintELKELD. H.UUnrXX. one pound fancy boxes lit 32cmj'itm. Drir SUitk H M. ALEXANDER. L. L. UNDER WOO V. V. ('. JOHXSOK- a ttseeirxxrszaTcc Alex.vxdku vSr .Maxwell. Tlirn N'nvpmr 30. SJI at tho linnie . . : mi. a,,u- anujiai session 01r tue Our City CuUticil. at its 0f his piren's IVmbroUo, age!7 years ?.,...,.- ' . ., Our old frieml ... it1 1 vjoaicrence ... ses meeting, mapped OUt some live, nd only rhi'd nd son Mr and Mrs. T. ;. Parker, is spending the winter Drewry. county J"cm, lor.ed its enterpr.MUg woik, .such a should W.Thcrilent Fulton canie t Ky an-- We in Arkansas hunting. He killed h"?" ilt ogcl 1 ! 7s lt. Among i,s Qi enterprtM.ig r?F eg ? k "" we note the lollop cluimetiMiif ii live, no tlie.v . on left lender Imsoro t heaven and to (id. :; bear the other daf. and sent the hiUu . Cfea.fatXT OpWsia; WtBOJHM but one td eartii'n fa,' rest town: ami in doiutr N vonng. Coitkicr a line ,nantrtv of bear :PI't'H-i.tmrr I reflect public opinion, ami their 0 tair, t.tTer a trace of un has hadowe'j SftiLl meat. "s" Hickman Station. 11. M. King. action in these matters will be thtiul so fair. And O motlnr. O, father. "S" sor Ginger Piemen es, and Pre. Hickman C'irciiit. J. W, Waters heartily endorsed. The Cot IMKi: ""rely thy lcirt is wnmR wthd-cpe- st "iastf ec&ar Eeaais All classes of Will practice in copartnerfihip in l?ulton cotinl-mt dr-- my lc.af" .an" vour. r' served Figs, at Columbus. C. D. Ililliard. insists that the collesre eves .heaven w aril, ana iook to u.,rn cre.ii litigation will roeeivo prompt attention. aug20Gm . ir.e Fl'QUA & I) 1: Bow's. DEALER AV at an early ronler;forUoiUniomiieHi; 'ia lle who Tiptonville. W. O. Lanier. committee bhnh eeiiHb!e, le- - ,rcw from thy embrace thy prcciu one. date, and shape up a Sharon. F. Bvnum. Miss Venia Knight, a stylish DRl'iiS, Ii:iH( IES, UOOXS, STATION EKY, and School Supplies. Fulton J. T. C. Cnlliiia. Fancy HOODS, TOYS, and PICTURES, gal, altaiunuie plan. i." u mey win and some iny r.oi long ne ui senu tn i II F. Hawkins V. W. UoUERTSoN, young lady, and great favorite C II. WHI.I.AS. , Covington. F. K. IimuNford. SfNORIES, PAINTS, OIl,S, Y INKS and LIQUOR?5, fur iledical i,e. Hickman, Ky. do thl, the people ill ilo the rest Hciih Amp-I- bearitiK iheuniuion..for yon w.h. i'i.i'5iJii:u. Mayfie'd, Ky. with the society going people ot elwr .o.our Union City. J. G. Clark. ot the work. The Council's nr. to Mme andthe dear littlethrohhinpofheari. PLUMBER DOUGLAS, Fulton. Ivv., is visiting her friend-- ! your hands AGENT FOE TIlH ,;.... ..-.-...,., ...... .... i.viA...;.. u!n-dp- r. Roberlson & Hawkins ...... - j cinui. .!l....l ... Paris. W. G. Hetley. i.Kii Misses Ue.tio Wearn and Clara all well and) exactly ri"!it. and Humboldt. N. P. lmmseV. littlr haii'lr, I i.H thent ; Oiiueut. ' M A 0 M 1 1ST E . Amt n ihv nf uirivz n ler I.!r toov, .1. If. Kvans sntieeeds Dr. .jood. but we take the liberty of .. hii t bifor th Mta . it. Qiadruple jlate Silverwan j' Harri.--i as the presidi:ir elder of urging the college work because. I ouii.'t SHIPMENTS OR CONSIGNMENTS ilirm "i t u h th'ia - ky. uickmas, t and .nil at ' r i . . .1 ... uh re Dinner Casters, double this Dis'rict, and I)r."ilarris goes in our judgment the railiouds, if, Tli' luul uoi UUlul lUi lMt. ! AbI". tur, lol... py try Ilmr mm maj . V,!1 pr ictice in all t'e (."oiirl' of the MOORH, can be found over Powell's Grocery to attend night call j.i.d gle Pickle CaRters, Butter; to the .Memphis District. interests prompts, will b built, j l!ntaoliillthT ran I ir t&rniuj tliro tl nB. ornhirment orst.irKe. luaisoraawa, Fir.--t .Itidiciat I) strict. ' II. r luttl Difhes. Cake Baskets, Mugs.j jjov. It. .M. King who is appoint-- ; liereas the college is a home I s Knives. 1'ork.s and Spinui., which led to the Hickman Station, had ' woik and imiM lie built by home, j. Jill Hi U l J L V .LVJJ) En H'n:t)ri5it. ejr..! elT'irts alum. There is and should we guarantee, and oiler at ver cliar of the church W. DIESTELBRINK Died, Dec I lth. ISSo. at her home in a apeeiah.i. Hay, rrn, ObU &c, krt IOW priC.fr-'- . by his cnu be nn eonihet. but there is no ago, v.,s well lit lt (Si r&mspw j T-f.r si'e. ' Hickman, Ky Mr Mry E. .Mutian, vife .1. .oii;i:::a' SoSrf. urejration, and popular with our reason lur neglecmg either. of J amed U. Monan. ice 7 '2 1. --. whole people. His appointment mmiiba ' The dccea?ed va 21 year. $ j, 'Tiie Kentucky Blacks,"' a Hick- aiid l'ld.iys o'd, at the time her9 demise, . kft..ft rtl.l cmi f Mr will give entiio siitiRJa'itiou. TVTO space lo name all articles, but no minstrel company. Sl.n Sc.tves a fml lui.'tnnil (no cliihiren. St. who goes man negro INv. W. (r. Hetley, .. trouble to show ;ood9. '!'!.. iir...v"M;..,i t tiw . ... r t wa4 .i .....n,n...l it .villit HTM' lllin lli!t '. nndome and see, at the corner cf Troy (ft)- l,om,Nth..scuny lavveek arte t.Anonrn U iu- -. ff fj excellent l;.lent. announce a pe r..r..m:ir.4d.ir.firir!.,ls Liron? nd Moscow Avenue. East HickraCn, Ky Illl lllnesn of 1 ,laJ8. of malarial ,,,,.,;,, Ci ,hl, OIli. llUlll 0f n,nM- - . Mary wa, an ailk'tion-.teuileand .ov- - VflSWI W f ? l fj ft 6 C;UTV wUh , . A M Ift! I I I I . niem-- l ill I I.I . flI I Ri M I tl'Ver. DeetiPHt SVIllim IV IS ex- - l,,l11 '" ' "' V :n..!, .i., in" mulher. a fail lifti am IViJEKECA I I5UY A HVITA1SE.K PRESENT AT ET--3 ! U,C -- "0U W'S"CSi " ! ., " "?". a SALE AND LIVERY STABLE --m''r Mm ' U W S -'- 'K family. -"' &11Z A U VAI.5JK? i'!.''an our peopic. tended the " ' j....j Ol m ." i - ,,er ,an conscious numen'., he sanj; wttli Cl..ar. mrcet voice Nearer itiV (.toil to' All elcealtl lXl illC.ll VJUromo; Ilieiil at UlVStlCIl, nmii;um in.iBefore deciding this question wc invite you to examine the beaut? .... tOWi,. ! n An rml tn nunc .srrnplns. addition to the ttue." then called her friends around her tv t TWH SIMPLEST! & to every lady purchaser, at ful and varied stock. Edward Shepherd, of HarrlshurK, III ," splendid local mitustr. I talent, the ami liul Uieui "R.iod bje. ' cxboriuig them, C. U. Lanbuum:s, IT IS TnE STIIONG3ST I KKKTIIHk'V TPFT to meet iier in Heaven, where the panes of say: Haviiip rcceivml eo much benefit. C'oUllIIIK hi'dilv commend the bep'inuion are felt no more, and wuere no THE MOST DURABLE . uii.T ps constanllj on band for hi : rrom Kpclric Hitlers. I teel U inv ilutv to i win v.iiiiviM.in I...... IT" """ ArfD THE BBST humanity know it. Have; u,t ,,lf,u;1 '"-- " fully written Christmas adilrcse, let .V.;,,:,,: Sim j farewell tear Jic.1. ftnd sale ;1 i,1,b.mm1 En.raU t.. my his friends HOUSES, I5UGGIE5 and HACKS. Iillil will Vii-lid a running mre on me v leg for eight lil. Slljicrl). ami JWIUIIIIHIJ ifl'T'ini only sKWIXi. MACHINE in the It is the lnr Mufv ruiiiM ah iuu i if iik..i..t ii.i.titioitimi Al -- nu '' at new store, Fuqua V DeZfow's old ?tand. has an endless va.ictyof oeti.r.. tol.l i won... inave J UI. .n.i il ,...; .riJu. llavm? purcliascu the stable, horsec world that turns either lorwanl or liiilB morning. To say nothing of ear.s;my bone or leg amputated, well known Vath ukeb to have the land entire outfit of W. IJ. I'lunimer I?ooks and Fancy Stationer', Papeteries of all styles and finish, J'wit .NnrrTiK. backwar iikI s'i'l cont'nues lo ' r, " "tii.ip luinnriMl iMitmii tin- - Tfim. J ud- - ',rtea,, icrail Lap Tablets, Albums Card Cases, Curds, &c &c. serve youraoir for a good night's 4 we propose to continue the business, and Pencils, Port-foli- o, nd difeciion. "f w tQnB ,mr r,. .I.r0 let rn Cr? new in the t.h"e BucklenV liOSItlOll U a lltei.ll, inOtCe.tU IS :,, rvs Arnica' ....:., htfVtn .in. solicit patronage' and Tovs in endless varictv. ' Salve, Bill In (IrntiiKilark U4JH, J "" " " n ell worth U gratuity. tl and mr lei: is nowMiund and well." ".rnrer, il lwkt sril.l fit flftV OPnta i. m T?In.;. n?Mnr. Biy ! Sik loi I ft "" -- Cloaks, 83.50 to 825.00; Heavy fi S Tp!?? 6 W7 Pf P R? ? 9fl &V? -F- OK REXT.- -A good ofll.e. timately it u ill carry. Lw"oii Rfl 'l W Mlfl U II ll V Si M W $ roomy, well lighted, and will tho city election will M illM a Flaunts, all Wool, from 20c to 81.00; and U M j, U jhhyil 1 Afl t Si55lilflSJ KSSl j. tercd. Apply to there has been some talk of fiS tl fits 2m&L&b2$l A$ 3 Gents and Ladles Underwear, from 81.00 umga "college ticket," hut the K. Case. nor suit, to ST.00, all Wool Jeans 80c to . and periodical? CouuiEU dos not know whether this will be done'or not. r.i fact. are distributed through the mails -- The amount of Corn shipped 35(.. ("ottoil JeilllS, 12 ie to 20c; GhlgluUllS, m ' in tho United States than m anv the wuiUEii noes not al vise from Ne.v Mail rid, Mo., to the A. r a ticket, because some voters Tpjoh fi's4 eai country iu the world. boi).l0: UVCl' a 3.00 South dnrinir a season, is enor-- OC to lOcJ lUOllS SllltS, might he arrayed against the j ( if IT Fine Dress Goods,' fine Rlm'lr terprisfc w.vS. Coals. 82.00 to S25.00: and a complete line u....ow of side issues EuhSfj yg yjfiiU . t'... W ",mo "" miss, lonir and snort ' tlint otiiprw?B vrmni i,. - ti.n, v have served to attract sitto.ttnn they have produced talk and dis-- l The old year is Hearing ll8(cussion,aud this if continued will! close. Gu8h! uniig anout tnc public. sentiment ' liargest stock of Holiday that will luuhl the college. The! Goojls in town, at iouRihUis now not prepared to say that a majority of the voters C. U. Lasduum'ss, ;.... ldeV Alex. Cook, of tho lavor inn. 'n.1wriiuiu, or that '" kbut il ,s ' '! Christian c.hnn-h- . will preach at! ,..-' ilt,,u,le.a ofonrl Caldwell's l,"'c,"IllM "" cilizen.s do f5,oi it, and that the1 SuiiiT-iiiiiri.t agitation will be kept i dec!7-2t- . iii-k-i.- Amberg's Sox. ! enterprisi, tTheso ii:ir: ,..,. .lie 1.11 5 i nn Ei 3- - " "W oi-cii- Cloaks and Wraps, Clothing, Set: Now is your time to buy. Cull and see llS. All. tlKiii'ptifin will i'Aii ...... V .. . ....jwuv...'. v.?.a "1iiih Vmi tl!at tI,e leanest place in town but in Dies floods, Blankets, from 50c La lie? 'la "car vi. My mnmAiifl UMlUULia piarDnra r mny kM w wl w f at Insurance. HIE till M N JUi viV HI I v Hi !SllW' per pair 4-- .. ' ?ife w? hi TIMS FDEUM & DAV AGEXTS FOR THE FOLLOKIXG C021FAX1RS: TEKEE32 A3ST23 AXD'TUF. to 810.00; ; LXr.JJHIRIi Mnc!wMer. Hartronl, Oou.!.; UsSUKANCK (WMPANV OF KORUI AMLIilCA. PIU'JXlS,flf n?rifor.l, '...., ESE TESTED. K.a.l; HARTrCRf tc, ic. - . plas-- J I run-- 1 MUTUAL BENEFIT LIFE Q.c NEW Offick, ftt3Ioore& Lun.l?um - Drug Stole aBXS.- i More-pape- rs -- : , ' j fiiu-- h , en- - ' I Yi I C5II-- C . , L"","r-..vV.VJ".ln1.- .? ...... - r- " .. ..l a - - - m N ; i rmm 1 P I I P Fn la J ! - l- 1 I 1 to ""-Sen- ator 111- - ail we'll elsewhere Tricots Tricots -- l2C l!nr.L-..,- . "."i-s1i.iiid- s1 ses-sion- DERTAKBBSGOODS ft-- .- Fi,AUT ' e 1 Hre-erack- Bl FRENCH, I j. J :" a ffr A IK. 1 I lit A k IMttm 11 CAPITAL, reni-wli- es 7- 1 o. n, e 1 1 , . n.'. li-iM- - fell life; ht ; Kx-Circu- it DISEOTOSS- I -- '! . .. ... 1 FREEMAN & CAMPBELL, T , 5 - ... i I flffia af If. ffl n I i -- I J nr-cn- tlv i v -- 13 T , l -- , , , : f ! ! Ui-v- 'rr . I I i 't; .c ai-- .. 1 --- UM-- ,.. WHITE "6 , r.-..- .4 i?rtcscri:ptio:s:s SEWING A.'si?"EoiA.r,TTr. I o- - I ' i Fa.mily s. ; : ..!! ; i I ! I 1 I 1 I 1 Howl John uuh CiS, 1 -- '"' . ll!, .... . etm-iste- nt '- '- -- . ilaay mm r . i Faius -- Parker, ,...t J 1 I- , MBS. JENNIE GARDNER, it Ci-rist- - '- - i iv ?'"",:' fp Ktioiv. I e-- 1 -- J here is nothing in the way of a, box by C. A. Holcomhe- L'Siri.-aJina- . I have the largest Stock of Wrap or Cloak that we have notl J. Christmas Goods in litis section, rpry m; nftOs., at new ilew,t, for ;. 20 In stock, and aro closini: them out; GROCERIES IN HICKMAN they will ho bold regardless J ChrMmas Toja. Candies ic, and see Mr. Editoh: On Sunday last, I beard and tit C0ft. ' y" Jn't saTe money, ami getjusts of COSt. discussing how Pi.aut Bros. & Co. sotno citizen;"couhl he bought much cheap by retail in A few pieees of last years Goods we'll pleased. groeeriti er J. F. GRAY. The Proliibitin Convention Cairo than in Hickman. One g.iid that at specially low prices i J I J Police Wc Ilonii f "" .1., ...! P.i.VUn a ImlM ShU nf ''."iff l..r I5s Z? Zli: h FOR SALE. C. WEARN, Hickman, Ky. Aent, 200,000 fe- -t dry Cypress IIiiihliuR aud Fencuit; Lumber. Also, 100,000 Cypress Slviiif-'eHOXDURANTA DREWRY. s. L-- 3 JUJ . i T I for the nomination of candidates for Governor and other State ha been called to meet in Louisville; March 3. It seeniN to ofli-t:ert- i, they could be bought nearly n msiauuc ui cuncu cheaper, anil ot HicKman who uoiik'ii im lamuy mip plies in dire; another said that they could he bought much cheaiier, which he lie generally agreed that ITon. knew bv pernonnl erpenenre. but thai dry Fontaine T. Fox, Jr., will receive goods could be Iwught in Hickman just , the. Gubernatorial nomination of cheap as in Cairo la this true; and if it A- is true, way is n ? Ida party. Groat reductions in Mcii'h Overcoats and Suits, Ladien' Wraps, and Men's and Boy' Boots and all classes of winter goods. Now is your time to secure bar-C'liu- s. Alexander & Maxwell. Certain Cincinnati physicians nre reported to have removed, with a chisel anil hammer, three fuches of the backbone of a negro man, who is represented as having become comparatively strong and well by reason of the operation. The safest ijlan is never to believe anything you hear that comes from Cincinnati. Says tho Courier-Journal. ( Mrs. Mary Judge, mother of Mr. II. C. Judge, and Misses Mol-li- e and Ellen Judge, of Hickman, aud Mr. Pat Judge, of Paducah, died, in Hickman, Monday morn, ing last, and was buried Tuesday morning. She was 70 vears of age, and was throughout life a devoted christiau woman a mem- ' ber of the Catholic church, and loved by all who kuew her. Mr. J. O. A. Cooper, our worthy County Assessor, turned over his papers to County Court Clerk, Taylor, on Friday last, the 10th. They were brought in by a two horse wagon, as they were too great a burden to be brought in by horse back. Mr. Cooper has nerved several terms as Assessor aud has made a good aud clever Bt cost officer. Go to Plant's and get any kind of a Ladies or Misses Wrap, All sizes, colors, shapes tnd kinds. j,, j,e jiOSS 0j ases, lower V ? : iH W U Cf'nW.'tAWlJil than ever known betorv. x yff.4a4 k &&.BJffLa'gJ Has a splendid stock of the very best makes of all kinds of Hard wort Ajoblotof Wooden Toy 8, at . rj() percent, of first cost. whx are ollercd at ONF PJIIE, and that the very low&t the ta&rkc All goods guaranteed to be exactly as represented. Autograph Albums and Scrap Sf. W. L. McCUTClIE.V, C. C. EICKMAN, L?tti?. d""i m , Justintnr Knii.ImiK,Iruptnr', Nrrtous I)ltiln; hii J deelTlde Books .lt cost Trices Our Iniiliinents lo niarrUt; KeiiPrall); tmiirutlii, Good Work at The Courier has lieretoforo, hliYC too manv of n Ei'Ul'i- an J KitP, Mntiilainl I'hjsicl Iiic.tiacity. inoito. II. not believed it true, hut the names tho a,fVe tlift"eient lines of Goods.) WORK a specialty ."2 AtThelly KilllKKT J. VVIA KltWKLI,, JI. ailmiriMe CSr.lSII nutlior, in tliU of persons givui us who have aI(1 lhcv mu5t be an(l i win Sln Fiill TUK & CO. Lxctiirc, ckMrly pror frm liiit own cxiierifnce JOHN F. GRAY ,....... ., :u,vi)0(iv. tbAt llic nHfulcnii.c-iunncof clT- - VLiue maj to tried it, are kiiowu i us as reiui-- ; t, mar'2G-t- f etTfOtunllj 'cm tci) without d&iigiiuin furpical op and otcourse we ble gentlemen, rnij: (rtlon,biii(;l, iiitriinient.i,rum rur tor l. c rillnlx C. U. Laxdrum. ViJtl ntinlr Hit t u oiiutn . m at j k. u WB8T AND NORTDlVBSfl do not dispute their, words. The no matter hat liI.DU: iilfr-rlildi tcti7' ''J doing our effect of such talk "lc iiiui.rii cucnpiy, pruiuBlU ronilit'"" "' ' '" "'" LOWER and LOWER. ... A CALIFORNIA COUKIKR. 8rn7i' .tf.lv a'il ruillcallr. grocery trale no godl, and wo of- isftitocft, ouMrrZ3&h!iitfS?rtis,,., cBBLVki Atl kinds of Groceries hams, sides, &o any of our merchants who are fer I will not be Santa Anna, Cal. Dec. 4, 1SSG . ... miller eil. In n tilafn (.nTfloDe. toan ainnoait as cheap ns the cheapest. advertising with the Courier free on rrrriii. of four cent or tQre star I am a little Mis JOHN WITTING. Mr. lire, undersold. space to answer. sonri girl, and although, I am far , ArT-ar,nn'i.vi:uwi:i,L nniuiMi. ro., meyaj Aim awav from that dear old State now, AillillQctvj, Jlthe , Sc irk. N Y. . l'ost Office l'.ox, 450.VtM 1 Wj nr.Ai.Krt .4 Model Hint lo Santa C'liidn juueUir Idk the Hickman Couhikr comes LOVERS OF THE BEAUTIFUL ALL SanDear Santa Claus Please 'J'HX SJICi to us weekly; and I read in your uvfl a&iific AiirmniKiiQ ) MRS. .IO.'KtJ Texas, ta Claus, bring me a horn, and fill last issue, something about big Mioutil UW111 JK I Kill I III t - .uuuuiiwitu. mill 1R3T tl l,a.VlIll.l III?. HM EJ&J KJ 1 I hAJ U . U w..., H i v "W j & f J UA 11114 V J lVJ Jkli V T! XAlliU IIUU fill1.j Ill I A JV my stocking full of candy, aud turnips and cactus blooms; well I B 1 1 J' fc, J I i 'l Uounly UOiiri uay i win eipise lor erne, nuts, and oranges, and bananas, saw a squash last wt-ethat U L1JL ' at nublic auction, to tho highest bidder ate -Hi lVi J- , jes: sc JtsL nfess: and some cakes; bring me a big weighed L'5() lbs, and If you will go X lOriUflt A visit, where you will find always on the Court house uoor, in me town oi Cljnlr rtf Hickman, al 1 o'clock, n. m., or therea- ' naliu, a larc i I ...lt ncmplml" "" box of candy, and a box of tools, out on the Mojuve plains, you can "1' COMPOUNDED! CARL F J l. T, 18S5 iST PR ES CR IP T 10 NS and steam engine, and a white dog, see cactus of every shape and Hats, Ilonnct. Laces, Flowerr and Feath bautff, for taxes due for the years 1SS0. one town lot in the town or AND TIIE every- size in bloom, and sditie grow 15 and in fact, everything to be found in a and ers, and a horse and wagon, and Fnlton, levied on as the property of thing you like to bring me, and a feet high, and the fruit they bear Jnmes E. Tanker. HiJdera will be pre FIRST CLASS SMEW hobby horse, and a bank, and that is good to eat. We c'tin sec the pared to comply with the terms of law Orders promptly filled, and prices to fuU provided for such sales. is all I want. The wheel is broko white snow on the tops of the ibe times. i. a. anuurt, . r. u. off my wheelbarrow and bring mo mountains as they lift their crestanother one, and a violin. J want ed heads far to the East of our .Mrf -Aotlcc ! I'lirrtjancrs of Cem-i't- et got home, but neither snow or ice OF a wheelbarrow like Robbie's j S..3IM. Tha Fall Sfion lll eommn(va np on the hill a red and a tin one, comes to our beautiful sun kissed It having lieen represented lo the City ' DEALER I H and a pencil in my box of tools, valley, which is only five miles Council that several persons having bought OKBAT, AiraiTST 30VX8S0 j n jkj lots in the" grounds of the City Cemetery and a slate pencil, and a knife, from the coast. So there is nothing I Commenir Ami Cnutlnuo Four Jlontlu. SprlDj hut hold no deed to them from the city, and a little slate, and a pen, and a to prevent the vegetable kngdoui having only Ibe Superintendent's receipt hand-orgaand a from producing curiosities and peach, and a ASD also. , fflOH&AY XiNlTAEY 3, 1887 for" the money for tliera, it is requested by monkey like an organ grinder has, moiiztrusiti's, and they are to be j TAKE THE- Hooks, and allkind the Council that any and all persons who Nets, Seines, Lines, Ami Continne Kire jlonthn. and that's all 1 want. Good-bye- , in Southern California.; seen of Mailing Tackle and Supplies at abar have bought lots in the Ci Cenicferr and The dear old Santa ClauS. gaip. UroceriM and Family Supplies gen have not obtained a deed to (hem, they C.rrk, cOKrT or tn.ly. incluiltnj thorxuj;U primary work In E8lif. 'liransli, Jlatliaialir, Iflr? Thi.is,yl,rstlot,0rtBu news- e!lthealr. the Natural Scleiir,,Elociitlmi..lVnronlilp. will file with fhe Cify Clerk their receipts & g erally. ijifiixial attention U deroted ti t'io r'reparalioa of i.tuJent Ur collese, anJ jnu-- g men fnrtttiir.' P. S. Santa Claus has estabor certificates oi purchase, and be will exRUTli ROfrERS. lished headquarters at Mrs. E. T. ecute deeds tor them. TnE Gardner's. Ily order of the Council. X)K. A.. tt. L, McCUTCHEft, C. C. . f this Afis. G. O. Roach. TUITION v . r cklea's Afraid rlile . ' rfivlO r TS &, ym n .bod i(i SURUEON, PrlmfST TaplT per taostri mR the Best 8ale in the world for Cuts, county, who is not amy uu PHYSICAN km " ' Intfriiir.liatej Tli SfOCKnOLD'ERS OF Bruises. Sores, Ulcers, Salt Jthetlm, Fever lent ladv but an excellent shot, SB roc' Adrance-8ored, Teller, Qispped Hands, Chilblains went out hunting Iaet week, and KSSTUCIO MONTHLY IN ADVANCE. or address !HCEMAKf PAYABLE Corns, and all 8kia Erntitiotis. and nosi killed two wild geese at one shot, Call on nearest Ticket Agent, tivelj cures Piled, or pay fequired. It and kindly sent the COURIER ono ,T. W. W. KNOX, icket Agt. his Professional ServrsCe tc will meet at said BANK, on th second rvrFSltS 1887, 2 p. in. to J Jk.tf!'fiEKi!f,KT.vnlr,-lWf'M- ' tha citixens of Hickman and vicinity. Monday in lanuary 18S7. at W. Ii. JE)ANLEi G.- P.. T. A. S.imO (I ay All. it office:1! for nrc,RP-i-filBJ- l Prf2irpr.lii.urho. IOf tlieill. Ull tllG elect Roach killed four at two shots.- For .! by 0. A. Holonab cost ge one-fourt- h Closing out toys at less than .,,lt .Sets .....i j ltlacksniithing and genernl An clesiion wilt be held at the City And pet your done at Hall, in Hiokman. Ky on Monday, Jan Repairing ?0- - r-- 2 ,H uary 4, 1SS", for the purpose of electing . trn - "- A "W j a Mayor and six Couucilmen, lo serve the v ensuing year. (Cornrr of Ohon and Exchange Streets ) Uy ordeV of the City Council. v- Ejection .'otlci1. STOPS -iu. J. C. PARTLOW. ' marl! A LECJUHE -- TO YOUNG MEN - EL s-e- wwm iRETTAR t I Tr'ut Rock-botto- wurM-retiown- SOOFING A SPECIALTY. r ( I .1 ?! , (- -, MISSISSIPPI., ac! aynL E j.os-riji- (, OLD RELIABLE 'IAS. A. HOLCOMBE, -- i M-- TT-- H.'J.' J i I 1 1 !' T T r.l ..., . vm -- i. ', ".I. d in nv:.rpi ja 3r, 3r: M. Winter Eesorts -- mi Qaldwsll SeikQ3L F. S. OASB, , TxlQ bOlltil Family Groceries; n ; I -- -- q jj.y lloS-KeHni- :. ...... ..i'.. bw." A. r F.KIS i f - 1 II 0 TAYLOE. js-1-- !'? v , -- st. - B- J.J