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THE HICKMAN 3t , COURIER tfc fcf" .ci v3 ----Vf- J Vt- --"- ., The Oldest Newspapeg in Western Kentucky. r JBTO-- , i ,- -. 3BTCI. noes f cscmirnoM. tit ESTABLISHED NO 3LIDNIGIIT MASS. 1859. HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 24. tft - 188(5. VOLiXXlI.-N- O. 12, THAT ANCIENT "LYRE." The wild winds wall with wonder, Tho ol.1 ers Claud amazed. And mnurn thcr hlunder. Tbe chestnut bells nre daxcdl .ffmo all the llvinir I In terror slink a war. And a host ot forgotten specters (,'omo trooping iiack to day: For the tit in?s of thatane ent Irn Send forth the sad refrain: If voA wish to squelch the rebel, Vo for the man from ii;na." f. fe if Chicago, Dec.616. A duel with swords was fought this! morning in Humboldt i sixty seven o'clock two Archbishop Lrruy OIim lit, Itcatont for years old. One Man Can Do ai Miuh Work tVUU if Park. A little before carriages entered the park through its Abolishment. S closed u Ten the JM Way. Er. Louis U agitating the question of a the south""et:traee. Each carriago con- crematory. New Orleans, La-- , Dec 20. Archblsbop mh his second and a Jou.s Day is tba nunc of a river in Wash-in- Leroy has issued a circular order to all the e Wahinoios, Dec. IT. The Inst boo vvuA'tjiSfeSui 01jwere drven to the over. The mariss tho pari:, where Territory. Catholic clergy of this diocese, prohibiting ItMnil-wouinJliv tho lii'W tVp MiwySvCsjrjJplted. iirititu! htr trim assuaircd. nd concealed them- Tho Skills are Kreon with clover Honet raising U becoming an important the celebration of midn ght mass on Christ, in injsiEelves tK)ll:nd jt, .iiimp or irees. ine owned by part machine. Where onut the hattle raead: mas. In this city, as in all other Catholic industry In Nevada. the princi- city, has just made its appearance in larrangenifant Tbe Swrs and Stripes wave proudly one " ted land. O'er the market. Tbe company wasorgunizeair."" fvi'"'"h. ""c" Cm. Patterson, of Mason City, ML, towns, this celebration ishoi. of the great contest begun" Sooh both were wounded. AtldNoi rfaand 8outh.iatrtot.dAia, events of the Christmas days, and tho shot eighty rabbit in one day. a year or more ngo, but ha s been a jtu. Q a'Swofd thrust throush the SlJIhvo classed each other's hand; churches ore crowded with tens of thousgettiiif, ready to manufacture tne n ttnrtdowrrea.it lvn breast, and his oppon 'nt was cut acroiS yett ljrl The wife of Prince Komatw, of Japan, ands of people, many of them Protestants y....... - -. fM T " Mil nnci.la.glili ., ...... , ),i,ic In fcuu.ntit.vt. r,n ?! t wi?' My ..- ....- , . ta u.,.vi.' v . P i And will- ntohrtlilvj bflnr. (.lift HOftT' dresses in the height of fashion. and Hebrews. Some come from home, whero IX vrc-- r Birvers, nn tree-Ik; the bad Hrst to mako drinking v ote'f or ISmafMei Mrdae," tbey or from At Qneen Victoria's table there is alwayt-on- other have hifestiv.ties, where they have been am mmmmmmmj mmmmii 'l as.aiue mstMinwrw. TOsponsiblo mil tho? uterpretatlon of the tbu3e, for the servant to every two guests. letters? oh. what nrth MnHla-tlarious. There baa always beastwne disuone tney can iwgm to turu them oacmn carriages, which were rapidly driven Trensuri; lor tho partment'n-'tthoduty on fresh nsh Th Din clino of the navy. Favored oon- And who were tbe Kiher crew? turbance to mar the solemnity ef the mas. One of Martha Washington's letters sold tho hundred. One lot of over a hundred Un tho nearest dmr store. There tho And when was Fort 5mitb capture Last Christmas evo this, reached a public machines is now being made. Tuoy wdl Vounds wore dressed, and the duel- - ?tono Park to tho Cinnabar and Cinrk's Korit ' tractors, - worthless ships and enormous at auction not long since for $151. Uv Jim and the bo,-- i in bluo. scandal. Some t psy revelers placed crnbs was beaten in committee expenditures were tho principal featcost somowhere from 300 to $5co apiece, its.again in tho carnnges. were rapidly Itnltrnml fomnanv But never tho ghost of an answer Miic Path was offered $0,000 a aigbUte in tho font of holy water at the Cathedral, whole, but bcforeactlon could betaken Is watted back to mo but will enable one man to do tno work of driTen out of sight. Circumstances point of the surreptitiously turned loose fowl, ducks, r thollousotho morning would caM up his ures of Republican control of the Navy sing In concerts in South America. From tbe Mr ntrs of that anoient lyre ten in typo setting. They work hUe a tvpe to tie editor of a pharmaceutical journal Morrison cavo notice ho hour expired. Mr. Department. When Mr. Whitney asetc., in the church and exploded fire crackIn its dirgo of sweet misery; writer, bnlj that they can be worked at anda young medical student n tho prin- revenue b on hatuplay ncTt. Tho sundry Miss Scsan B. Antiiont is in Washing-to- n ers nmong the congregation to their great But forever and forever sumed charge he found himself in a poa higher late of sjMjed. The operatuis on cipal It ts said the cause of the aira r c vlt appropriation bill was taken up and lo. byiug for woman's suffrage. It echoes the sad refrain: alarm. Tho Archbishop announces that he tho machines now being used can produce wasa dispute as to the hand of a young Approi riatloni for several puhlio sition of exceeding cmbarrafsraunt, his If you wish to f fre--d from the Britlrt. to the great regret of all type at the rate of sixty words u minute, lady. A policeman was a distant t)it!dinf: were Increased before adjournment predecessor having not only awarded Cincinnati is promised a large reduction is compelled give up the celebration in g.od voto for the own from Malna. conCathodes, to aud with increased exeriencu they oxrect of the fight, but was too dunifound-e- d at 5 p. in. fc. Frank Untibtr, in Puck. In the price of gas in the near future the contracts for three steel cruisers sequence. In fact, the midnight mass has . to get .i considerable higher rate This 15. Sesatk Memorials to attempt an interforenco. Tho dnig-gis- t o'ahiisoton-.Dccand a dispatch boat to a favored conof the niacin. n sny, Estziotusino Kansas City gentlemen are been made an occasion of dissipation and nicatii, toe fnends declined absolutely to refer to tho sub- were .resented nnd bids introduced. Bills scandal. OUR MEPHISTOPHELES. tractor, but having, in dutiancc of law, that from tlneo to six men will bo able to ject. preparing an elaborate toboggan slide. were reported to amend the postal money up tho typo for tho ordmaij dully et and to extend the free delivery advanced large sums of the reserva- How l'rrddent Arthur Came Finally to sister-in-laA of Abraham Lincoln Is paper. Tho machine casts the type a lind A WOMAN'S CONFESSION REMARKABLE CASE. tions to the contractor before the work systetr. A resolution culling upon tho Secrepostmistress in a little Kentucky town. Smpcct JiiniM G. lllalnn. at a tune, aud when the papa- - is tary of War for Information In re sard to d.s- - was completed. Tho entire set of vesCommit In "Wct Of a Murder Shu printed the typo are melted down and A Votmc Man IJIn Willi a Mullet In III The remnrkable story said to havo Charles Gardiner, of Indianapolis, for the Missouri river was sels designed under the Chandler reVirginia Yearn Ajjo. i he metal Used agu n the next day. lJraln 1 he Other .Man Acquitted. IVtidlii-- r action tho conference report d dressed ten sheep in thirty-seveminutes. Theio hus beu in tl.o past twenty iars a gime have disappointed the expecta- been related by the late President Arcommerce bill wn presentMas.sh.lo:. O., Dec. VW. Lucy Berry.wbo Cakiiollton, Kv . Dec 18. Albert Mur- on tholnter-Statwondeilul lncieuse in tho facilities for pro- ray, who was shot in (riven by Mr t'ullnm that Mrs. Belva Lock wood declines in mil has for more than a year been an inmate the brain by I'asch.tl ed wmld notice up for consideration on Tue-d- a tions of those who naturally thought thur to Judge Draper and Chairman ducing newspapers witu great rap.dlty in cud it ho a renomination for the Presidency of Ann Peiffer's house of ill repute in this every ilepartme .t except tpe setting." la Baxter at Worthville, this county, Nonxt. Tho bill repeullng the teuureof they would possess the most essential Warren, during the Maine campaign inlSSo. thibdcpartmeut tho oul systems huo co:i vember C&. is still alive and cb ing well. otlice let came up. but wa adowed to Hand features of the modem cruiser, speed of 1881. and given to the public for city, has confessed to her laudlady that she Piatt's resolution for over t.ntil tiuutrd to prevail until now. but if this ma Tho ball was fired from a strength. Admiral Porter declares Mart Harper, a Cleveland servant girl, participated in the brutal murder of Fred open executive sessions wa laid on thotahlo and the first time in tho New York Times. ch. ne does whut is claimed .or it it wi. pistol. It entered tho forehead abovt has inherited $'.200,000 from a re.ative in village near Vatkms at Volcano, a SI to 21. Heck's bill, prohibit Inir that he has no faith in those heirlooms byavm-o- f prove a wondtrfui t mo sivr in this pur and to tho right of the left evo l'onvrs-ine- n is pronounced authentic by Judge. years ago. She VT. Va., r of the Chandler Administration, a.i Philadelphia. from actlni: ns attorneys ticular ami enab e the. publisher tj iuy and went straight back no ono know was called up. 1'endlujr action tho her in Duelists fought a lovers' quarrel oppos- sayswife ofassociates and atfce inuie Mere tho hows Muoking hot before hts realr how far. The wound was probed nhoui ntllroiils. I p m. went into executlvo session their lack of speed places them at a Draper. Although the main facts in Her the Wuikins n few m nu.es after tho actual ocite Trenton, . J. Each was wounded ia story is that thoy killed him, threw the serious disadvantage with the ships of the case were known at ths time of four inches. Hercsisand sleep- - well, ha audutl:iO p. in. adjourned. currence which it describes. a good ttppctite. is able to drest himself, th? shoulder. body in a cistern, and removed it from IIouic Conferes were nppolntc-- on tho other nation's. We shall have to rely the Senatorial fight in 1851, yet tho Ho lias etcctoml count Mil Tlie bill for allottinfiit and is apparently lecovcring cflielput vessels the new plain unvarnished account given by Dides need 'not fear the decline of the there wveral days afterward to the grove never been unconscious, except for a few or Inn in soveralty to the Indian- - wustaken upon more to this end Mr.for Whiney's .Mr Arthur throws new light on a standing collar. It is as universal as ever where it was found in a He oraposed conNATURAL GAS EXPLOSION. up. lui: went over wnb the morninr hour A navy, and ho was shot. Baxter, moments just after dition by tho Berry girl and a neighbor In "Lonnon." bill wih passed requiring national banks in efforts are being directed. crisis from which may be dated the who did the shootiug. h is just had a prewoman, the latter having been led to the to certali cities to keep on hand a sum equaland o Ahont Thirty People itt Kkomi Dlnre or lim nary hearing before He propos s to secure the best attain- downfall of the Republican party. It It takes conservative families a long upot while hunting dandelions. The facts circulation twentv-tlvpercent of Less llurned lluw-- the Insliliuui .M.itcrl-- Ames ami wus acquitted on tho ground of diqtosrs The sundry thrlr lull was then able models for the new ships with the will bo remarked that th late Presitime to become reconciled to the square of tho murder having been committed civil self- - efenso. However, he was lined f3J tukt n Can-l- it and tho girl having lived there were sublire. until 4.15 p m .when highest rate of speed consistent with dent related the particulars of the ip anl dinn r plates. carr ing a concealed pistol. the liaise adjourned Kokomii, Im., Dec. 17. An expk-sio.- i of for Following the example of New York, stantiated with through telegraphic at tha chief of police Senate A bill was offensive and defensive requirements. quarrel between Conkling nnd Garv,Asai;Tj, Dec natural gas occurred at Well No. - of tba A DREAMER'S ADVENTURE. 1 Philadelphia has elected a woman,to it; Parfcerbburg. Introdicisl to lncreii'e the salaries of the He adopts a broad, sensible policy to lic! in order to emphasize his ailvico Kokomo Natural Gcs and Oil Company Board of Education. to the two Stalwart leaders not to ml- ComnifeMoucrs or Education and Labor to gam his point, seeking, about a.oO p. in., from which thirty live lie Jumps Off a Train and Scare the J5.UO Mr. nn Wyck introduced a resolu- self of the best n 8t. Louis merchants are moving for rapid ieir followers in supporting Horrible Hydrophobia. Watcher hj a Pittsburgh Corpse. men hud a uarrow escapo from death. Tua d dacv by pledges which mail transit between that, city and the tion tf amend the constitution sonstoro-q- u There will be Sr. Louis, Dec. 20. The death from hyPiTTsnritoii, Dec. 10. John J. Pox. of well had drilled into tho sand last night re 8ie election of I" S Senators by the less, mconsid e co iv esc and ?v in drophobia of tho daughter of Louis Grund, Minn , was a passenger on tho Chipcopleor the States, instead of by the and shut down. Work commenced lh3 erncd tho aid. Petitions of tobacco manufacturof tho Republican City Cen- mom ng to drill deeper, tho volume of cago hunted, duo in this city at 4 a. m. ers were presented protest nst tho pas- depart gas nei easing all tho t mo. otwith land- JustHS the tram was passing through ami jjiuui uru, iuouj-ma- n sage ol tho llnuv bill in rclurvnce to incim-ur- e move he unnamed soma one wns ating the warning lo keep auto, tho and contractor, was reported totha A resolution was adopti-erto-dav- . it was lllled with spectators. The dri tempting to rob bim. He jnmped oir thn Barbara Eiizbethltruil, the Finance fommltlee to inquire do' had been withdrawn, followed by n terri- train, which was going nt full speed, and into tbe propriety of reportirtr a bill provid- si30 old. some time ngo was ble gush of i;as winch ignited, exploding was drag red about liftoon feet to Irwin ing a rebate on all imported niaterinls ofjijf b young ruWv with .. dnmetlc materials and expoped .POD with terrific force, sett ng lire to tho den aveuuo He was covered with blood from when it on tier. ,, . fT. M'l. ...i. . UHtVlltllO ,f.r. nlr, riok. How any one escaped alive is niinto cuts on tho head, nnd pick ng himsoif up, IIITSUir IUt' ...Ia.i.1... a...2 iimv.i .. , nml 1 AGED 130. .11 i.iwi " Atn'rlcii. ue cver been out of ;tbe ulous. About tinny were moreur less burn rau nto the resilience tif .lames' Lockhart, .is to sue the ('overd clear vessels and their oarKnts ed, the following being tho m.st serious who died at one o'clock this morning, alCWJiruif its birtn. aud isul ment fjr looses caused by collision wun l ,i.. A Colored Woman Said to Have Itreti Adolphus Picket. Hon. J. N. Loop. lraLwie-Geo- . most s nring the life out of tho watchers r. i a ,i.-.ir. inuuieiitrin,objection. The bl l!ciuir.T",?LSs,,E Horn In 1750, Dies In Indian Territory. Stewart. John Daly, Muo Maudl n, by th.s sudden nud unoxpect-- d appearnii'-o- . on reso'ution Walter Ilockrtt, Mur.ou Price, iilake He was taken to the Allegheny Hospital, torcpnittbt- tenure of otlice act wa taken IlKO suffer" symp- Lot is. Dec. l'. A letter from m., w tieorge. Dave Frazee, dlscuss-without nctiou ,,u"- St. SeiiiiiioleNatioUrludian Territory, Ream, Fretl Ut.er, Mr. Hawkins and Joili behere his injuries were dressed, after w bich up mid after a brief executive until J p. tho session, Brown. Mr. UUM,Srtsto rewhen, l.on loft for New York. Senate adjtiurned. vail, and gives mi nccount of tho death there on the Leeds, most of uliotn nre badly burned HocE. A bill was passed making HartLire, i'sterday, J 5th lut of Mrs. Susanna U arren, perhaps about tho face nd hands. Tho explosion Four Prisoners Escape. ford. Ct.. a port of entry; also a hi!! to ien- is supposed to have been caused by fire iu s1tattt3, Mcncic, Ind., Dec. 10 As the wife of s on nersons v2 5" forseCPeMrrfconK o!.dw a forgo within the indosure, which was thought to be out Tho machinery aid Sheriff Millen wns feeding tho prisoners in men en afflicUtl pfirlet K.a . in usfmi arms. I Tuo g.is is now the jail last evening one of them knocked !,8M" 'L Amen- derncks are burning fTu the S i About three, woo f nai . nal burning from tho well with a force to sbov tho dishes from her hand, leaped t rough th tho small door and knocked tho woman din' i.: .. i . . , s.ao and it to bo a great producer 35im"H3. dptTii. Three others followed him, and Itrlnlln Piauisb master' until .t: relief- i I 1. ", ivla f w tho sheriff WHS fll5V iTwcjrejrhousa-- : Salcsijsjfljlfio. hhiT Siunlb jlaves. , tijey rulied ,a--irrMiidSru., u" ti iroiiKlSU trtwn owrrusiicoiBsuiMi'ii.- m until bo was senseless. Then tliov d. louse, "tvV." i wnatnUenbv General Jackson. Sho lived Shearer had betn too mtt- - in the Sennnole country from then untii (ho Auditor of State's report givejJJo Ono has liuco been captured, but the others, j eiil interesting ilgure on tho Dow law tax, die are at largo. The shenli has lureo rius late with the wife of Taylor Kce. sr.. t, of peace With the 'i nrominent tanner, and luce leu his the second treat was regard d as their com- number of sa.oous tissease 1, etc. The total broken uud is otherwiso seriously hurt. w hen he eiife a short time ngo. "Last night Shearer mon property and was removed with them number of saloons m the State is 11,'sJO; ot There were twelve prisoners iu the jail, nil resolution rr :ioril PwiiLN of whom were armed with cluls, and it is and iiuiutru by Mr. l"uTier S. C ), Fco jjVent to see Mrs. Rice, and passing througu and offered tbeso f.'.HI are atsessed J'iOOoneh, and i.Sj; supposed a general jail delivery was wn ne room or her sons, layior. jr., nnu Aiei, to tho Indian Terr. tore. war, The bid for tho ordered printcs are asessel JIW each. The total nmountot planned. awaKcneu uieui, nun tin puriirs w;au tho real of ami ' wound-r- : tuxes and penalties assessed is 5J.U1 lt.7l. to Rescue. Heroic Attempt the HoilSO joting, nnd Shearer was fatally trede dollar was missed, also,system, also. nan The statement shows Hamilton County to staccerms Into his alleced lurainour's Family Poisoned With Rat Poison. bill to extend the tree delivery saloons tuxid at .vXW, and 1(5 at or mon-- op new Detroit. Dec. Vi A special to tho Fret havo tho bill iiuthoriz nir the l,im he fell dead on tho hearthstone. Tbe 1(5. At South ItfJ at $M, uinl Chicaoo. $100. B tier Coum cents id'o, r Annada tas: The at .i fe of the part:s ts cave themselves up. t All community, .Vrttn fromJohn H. Stump caughtfrnit evap- 5J at SllK). Clei inanthas ." nt f JtW, and this morningDec. tbo members of Evanston di authorizingthreeemployment ofthe Hoiiso shins n family lias mull all the bill lire soon 'ere hichlv resoected in e orator of the A bill to fund tho four and f atSlttJ. Wan en has W at JjJOO, u.id f. u named YaU-- s were poisoned at breakfast. Knd Mrs. Rice is the mother of eleven chil midnight last night. Mi after per cent. bnniUntSii pTCent. was gain Montgomery, including city of Day-to- Tho family consists of tho mother, two dren. sis $llk. ha, 337 at ajred twenty-two- , .Mr. Aldrich nnd referred. The a Introduced by Stunm. and HI at S 100. Cil'a- e a servant. Each was taken bill net was 1812, ter of tho proprietor, was asleep in the- j hogu has 1.357 at $'Mi, and 3W nt $.00. children andimmediatelv after eating. To ps-e- d to repeal ;.the 2:10 p. m. the Scaate Advancing Railroad Men's Wages. hum violently ill At M to nud 3?.' ut tliM. Newark, O., Dec. 'JO General Manager buildimr nt the time. Whnn stump ar- Lucas has has 3.0at saw, and loo at l(t0. night too lives oi Jirs. i aies unu iuo i whei at rived on the SCCI10 ho ruisod a ladder Franklin of four yt urs, Horse Itesolutlons were introduced and ron the chain B. Dunham, of the Baltimore and Ohio and Vti a $100. tnurk of. child, ai girl mush partakenareof bv tne referred A b il was pased Indemnify ng tno causer hfioically tried to rescue her, but Eric has iCti at Oatm-'tiF(40 colored, 11 railroad, has made au order for an advance and beaten back by tho ilnmes which i.ursc has ut AO, and 140 nt f 100. N wus Y" familv is found to havo been mixed with Pnsinmster nt lloonton, civil J., for money all over I tfjd the rest col- - of wages to another class of employes of through tho window, throwing him to the auill.. 'ViutjrtcJi:- rat poison. Tho totsoiiing is not be.ieved stolen inprivateTho sundry takenbill was passed material 'ASup. Tho bill calendar nnd the th'aV tha in- this road all along the nans Ohio division. ground. He was picked up mscusibie with j to havo been accidental, but no person is Captured by the German Army. .u f tbe McMinnville and and marineu in bis ... for the ten !r.. t.I.i. All children hve not become sceptics. The men who profit by this order nre the a fractured hip and ung theible cut of the Galena, III, Dec. 17. Charles Stuben-dyc- definitely suspected. Tweraieu aieaiiia uh-iManchester rallp nd ar counts hems- - unfin- naval olliccre is brnkemen, efforts vardmen, engineers, bend. Nothwithstnnd was passed, a claim of $:Hv a capable, efficieil ished A letter, addressed to Santa Claus.Clarion, switchmen and bosses. These men, by tho workmen tho bui ding was completely conriea!s otv a former occa-lo- at a German, come to this country a bill was KWisliuoUcd. A The Dow Law Constitutional. Pa., has been dropped in the Clarion advance, bavo their wages increased fromy sumed. This morning the body of Miss few years go nud settled in Plattesvillo, none of lu runliznitr. .'..rtd JUJX1 ATi lienernl BenJ r Kelly; department and O., Dec. 10. Tho Supremo CoLUMurs, Stump was taken troin th.- rums burned Wis., where he ombaiked in busi ess. Ho fifteen to forty cents per day. It is a vo.un-tarVirginm. to 510Da month. At 1'ho loyalty of the late President to bv Consress, an tue of West advance". It wa only a short time beyond recognition. Court this morning, all tho judges present, in the Hou-- e took a recess until 7:UD, the sary to make our navy a souree m his party would not permit hira to A Grenada, Miss., couple is onjoying the returned to Germany recently to visit ro untile to the trainsession being rortheeonsldemtlon of an advnnco mixed sensation of a marriage in fen which since on the Lake Erie Division. nnd word has since been received by rendered a decision declaring the r-Dow law rvening bills. pride instead of shame arc combined, counsel anv disatifactinn in the . men will be - ported, pension A Note of YYarnh-jin th.s city and Plattesvillo, constitutional. Tho cases be leady until acquaintances ID the law uufeelingly regards as a marriago UeC. WSIIISOTON, and the result cm not but be emi- ranks. Bnt he knew that Blaine was will not Loxuos-- , Dec. lit. Th Post, this morning from htubendyck's friends abroad, to tho but tho opinions Jnnuarv. Tho sy Indus in earnest. eesslon Crushed to Death by a Log. not to be trusted and h was impclhil nently satisfactory. Albany Arqus. court meets- in article, warns Tui koy effect that ho was arrested by Gormnn au- tho tho cases will not 1k ready until tho a confep-ncIlorsc The Houe orderedemployment ot Brssrr Cox is now serving bis to warn his friends against the Mephis-tophclLima, O., Dec iW. This morning a sad in an inspired thorities on his arrival in that country in ia. year in Congress, having represent- accident occurred near Westminister that against further coquett.ng with Bus un- nud is now being compelled to do service in court reconvenes next month. Justices on tho bill au'horizinc the provld-Im- r d of the pirty. Tunc has not "HARMONIOUS" PARTY. wns THE mail mcsinireri. The bill Owen and Foliett dissent Irom tho maKing William's urmy. ed in bis time the two great States of Ohio resulted in the death of Levi McPherron. The British Government, it. bays, has an addit onal Associate Justice of iho improveil the Mtnation or changed Ilepnb-llean- s of tho court. Tho guessers havo jority dergone greit sacrifices to uphold the inCourt ol Xew Mexico. Mr. Morrison Fact to Be EplaInod by Thoe and New York. of some of the Republican McPherrou was in the woods near Westo been saying that Judgo Owen would conmoved to po Into c .mmitteo ot tho whole154, Who Claim That the Democracy tho feclinis Focuteejt United States Senators have tminister loading Iop, when ono of them tegrity of Turkev, even against the opinion Engine Falls Over a Cow Into a River. to tho decision ho.diui tho law constitowards Mr. Blaine. They leader1 cur in take up his tariff bill. Lott Only I Split by faction. of a large portio'n of th Engnsn peopl. Speaker Carlisle votiup in the affirmative their sons serving them in tho capacity of rolled off, and Inllingon him knocked himu Any hesitation on the part of Turkey will Denver, Dec. 17. As an express train on tutional in all its parts. know him to bo a trickster, and hi unrecog-niiabihis head A recent attompt of lion. William committee clerks or private secretaries, at down, mashing He was notinto an un,',il lata now compel Etic and to adopt a cour-- o tho Denver and Ilio Grande road whs -- Senate. -- Petitions magnetism" to consist of his reWashington, Dec found mats. Prohibition. Row bout measures Chandler to restore- harmony markable powers of deception. J.'-- n a reduction In tbe E. six dollars per day. were nccived this afternoon, when his body was cold to counteract Russia's threats byPorte with rounding a curve on approaching the III., Dec IB. At Odin a row tax on olcomarjranne. A bill incorporating throughout tho" length and breadth of Centhm-ia- , that will soeedily impress tin A Fbexcii officer has invented a repeat' in death. He leaves a wifo and two chilthe Gunnison river this mornArgus. nn the fact that her l resent doubtful policy bridge across struck a cow lying on tho occurred between m tho Atlantic and Paolfio ship ra lway y was the Republican party is likely to end ng rifl j which can be loaded with seven dren. ing the engine mm is the worst for her real interest's. people. Mayor Forthlng Democrats Still Serene. mado n epoc'n' onler for the cartridges in ten seconds and completely track and derailed, uniblmg over and over some a Fire. He published a card Remarkable Fearlessness During tho Journal and ProIn January, nrd the l'Hclle railnmd funding in failure. into the river lelow. Engineer Welch aud M. E. Drum, editor ofDrum d discharged in four. Forthmg b II was made special onler for the same day. time ago in which he pronounced Making Farmers o( Indians. The Democratic party is not going New YonK, Dec. 2a The enginehouso Fuenian MiConnell were instantly killed. hibition llaltlc jUr. t forfeiture liackbnue IT is to be determined by a suit at law Thi friends of each side gather Ti e adjoining the Catholic Protectory in West St. PaCL, Minn., Dec. 19. A Bismnrck The couches ah remained on track. No up badly. a pitcneo ngni was nnrrowiy was innd n P ecnii onier lut iiiu a statement made by the to tho dog3 as rapidly as the Repubbaseless" whether the death of a fat man incarcerated ed, when on. l Wednesday In 'nnuar . A number was totally destroyed uy nre tnts (Dak.) special to the Piontfr Prcs snys: one else injured. avoided. A warrant will bo issued agaiust bills ami re'oh tlons were passwl, inc ud ng chairman of the National Republican lican press would have it. There have in toe Carlyle, 111., jail was not hastened chester o ening. When tho fire bro .o out tho 1.400 Tbo ludian Commi-sio- n returned from the Mayor. tne li.ue bill for tno relief of the survivors Committee, Mr. B. F. Jones, at the been isolated intancs of the .defeat of by lack of ventilation. Woman Convicted oi Murder. bovsin tho Protectory were all in their having concluded of the Jennncttc. Mr. IHalr introduced u close of the campaign of 1884, to the Children's Aid Society, of New York j dormitories and although the nre was Fort Berthold yesterday, Tm tho case ot so'diers a few eminent party leader?, from Discharged lor Being Knights. Boston, Dec. 17. Tho jury till Increas ng tho pension of the arm. A nj;ht under their windows they all went to a satisfactory agreement with tho Gros Mr. aud Mrs. Baker, who have in City, kas since its foundation i nl833 olaoid bceu on trial nnd al!ors who bnvo Iot both effect that President Arthur and his causes purely local, and there has been o'clock nnd rore soon sound Ventres, Mandan aud Arickaree ludians, Clearfield. Pa., Dec 10. Forty labor- number of committee nppoliitmrnts wore 0,000 of the outcast and orphan children in I bed at eight ,0S8 a want of lidelity a net loss in the House, but thre nro .fhe is 50,000 and .s covered who agree to cede all their reservition ut East Cambridge for several days on a ers employed at tho large tannery of Ioe nnnoiinccd. A bill to nenrporate tin- - Wind-- Cabinet had shown : also, tho country homes. paralle & Ladow were discharged noith of tho by insurance. sor Hotel r mpnnv. of t'el)iht'it of tolum- - and zeal in the Blaine canvass. After prospects of a relatve gain in the chan;o of having murdered old Mrs. Sus.ui-nuTub Government chemist of Now Zeacapital. ws (uk.. m thus in a sufficiently explicit way larger portion of tbe territory lying for ioininc tho Knichts of Labor. Sev bin. with Prescost at Uioton. tl.od their vordict As to the popular suffrage. m. river aud Fort Buford with thocouit this morn. ng. UnKer is tho My Lord and Ladv Not Guilty. eral hundred men were employed by tha 3.1 p.nnd tho ?ennt" went Into csfcutlre ses- calling Mr. Jones a liar. Mr. Chandler Senate. land is reported to have proven that the shortly afterward adjourned. sion, agroa to tuko the Republicans would seem to bo not gunty, wiilo Mrs. Baker n Arm. nnd a la go number threaton to quit Is of in the Reservation. The ludians dust of the recent volcano eruption was adopted callinjj proceeded to deprecate, in a urauu-ft- tl dodging the isie- - The net majoriLosdom, Dec. 20. The verdict A lauds in severally on their dim nished found guilty ! murder m tho second de- work if the discharged men aro not rein- onHoce.Secretresolutiontho for hts ry of tho great value as a fertilizer. Campbell case was not guilty as to bo h passage, the tendency among the ties or pluralities for Republicans over TheCominiss on leaves Monday for gree. r stated. u. one and retiring authority attached a Fort Peck Agency Montana. no uncommon thing for the PresiIt is mv'Lordand Lady. The jury a given in tho call of State, b Us nnd leaders of his party to indtilso in per- Democrats and S. notes. Under Building Wrecked by Powder. Ccllapscd en the Gallows. dent to shake hands with twelve brides in "rider" to the vordict severely denouncing it solution were tfiIntroduced, includ ng one sonal (jsiarrols. Ho thought Mr. Blaine 18M on President, and in 18S1 on in failing to from Decembers to Paying the Dow Law Tax. one day. lie never kisses any body nnder the action of General Butler ri. MonnisTowv. Tenn. Dec. 10. A keg of forn holiday reo CMAP.LE-.TIee. ". Bob Jeter, actetl "irom sudden impulse-- when he head of the St.tte tickct-- i arc pven 4. Tho bill to ohanjre thedutvon appear as wltnes?, and the judgo characthe rank of a first lady in the land. exploded in tho grocery store of Cincinnati. Dec. 10. Under the Do" "kred. wm i ani i at Spartanburg to- - powder & was defeated Yeas 00. Navs declined Mr. Edmunds1 hand at the below, for the purpose of comparison: act of which Lord tobacco terized the cowardly building to . Washington ociety is torn up orer the Campbell was guilty in trying to throw his linuor law 53S U.W was paiu in m e at My lie bioke Jowu completely on thi McVey Loopo, tearing the An attempt to pass a bill limiting the Arthur funeral, and "thereby widened 1SX. &. rem. wieces and causing f 1.000 damage. txuutlr.y. seaold, nud tbe scene was jntnuL Jurlxdlctl n of tf. S. Courts in pntent cares a breach vdiich, like that with Mr. the county treasurer' oilier question of. soc al precede ce, the struggle wife la prison in Paris. Jltp. Jlrp. iiml preteo'lng ma ufxcnirers, purchasers m 2.!4ri i.rri for precedence being bctw en the wirea of nnd ven etf, was defeated by a motion to Conkling, ought never to have exist- Connecticut., 13.W7 Oleomargarine Tax Collections. Crushed Under an Elevator. Settled His Son's Debts. Win. Mussel Arrested. adjourn at 4:30 p. m. Senator and those of Ca net officers. ed." Then, holding behind 1dm the Delaware. ....... &3W Indiana Washington. Dec 19 The revonuo eel. .eclares that as . Cljin&S .FlaumakionCnAr.LESTON, W. Va., Dec. li. Edward New Yo'.k. Dec 17. It as mado known 5I.UI9 Oheescastle, Ixd., Dec, -- 0. William just hit Mr. Kansis ri;Ti AnprewT. Hill, a guest at the Conti- cluV with which he hadMr. Chandler Mav-- chusetts. 9.10 soon aa the powerful Lick glass shall be Mussel, who killed David Christmau, near iccted by the Government for tho first In Walls ivet to day that Simeon Wonnscr, Huff, a carponter of this city, while talking Jones over the head, M chbnin -- . ... S.4 turned upon Mars there will be discovered Eaton. O., several days ago. was ancst d month of the operation o' tbe law taxing the banker, had settled till tne losses sus- with a fellow carpenter at work on a hotel nental Hotel, Newark. N. J., tried to blow continued: "While our great Republic sa.c S0.C3S Missouri He was working on a oleomargarine was $400,000. 31KB tho gas out in his room, but did not succeed. an leaders quarrel, ttie party suners, Ohio ........ ... ii.; Ai being built here, was c tight under a declear evidences as to animal life on that near here tained by his son in recnt speculati-Misquest oned by tho off$4iM.o0O. used farmland on being Determined to put the light out, ho amounting to between $300,000 und rnns lvanla.. 4XSTit scending elevator, nnd before tho machinplanet. Hf-sCrushed by an Avalanche. and by reason of such differences los s Wisconsin 1ST1S did not deny liis name, but says he Young Woimswr was a leader in the at- ery could bo stopped, he was badly crushed the contents of the water pitcher as an A scmber of whales have been beached icers nothing of the murder. He will is for the faco of tho across tho back.hesidos sustaining internal knows Rome. Dec 19. A band of seventeen tempt to bull Reading in tho flames disappeared. He a Presidential election. It and the 'at tho whaling station at Ban Diego, and it. taken to Uhto tor trial. l.12l 6d,Sl5 2tVTl 44,'W thatsuch purely injuries, which nro fatal. .... 17.t"t smugglers, who were biding in a cavo near late general full of stocks. KH.nep.maJ.6UJ9 then retired. Ho was found in a nearly interest of the country should not arise quite tho thing to be photois considered sutTocat d condition next morning by per. personal controversies Vieeuza, were killed by an avalanche yesThis shows a net Democratic gain Charged with Conspiracy. graphed while sitting on one of the huge Hunger Brought Them to Terms. No Liqucr To Be Sold Near Fair Grounds. terday. sons who were compelled to burst open tha or continue between prominent leaders of 122,097 in ten States on fie popu-lm m csircauee.' Dublin, Dee, 20. Mr. Will am Redmond, of either party." door to rescue him. LaNcastek, Ta., Dec 17. Tho tramp inColcmdus, O, Dec 10. Tho Supr-m- o votj in an Administration M. Goblet is the name of the new French Farnellite member of the House of Com"vVm. Nealy, of Johnson County, Ind., Fell Irom a Third Story Window. is Court Mr. Jones appears to have been more surrection at the Lancaster tho law Ths. Republican p.trty i movheld constitutional Premier. It is to be hoped that M. Goblet mons for North Fermanagh, was preventing the sale of intoxicating liquors who was appointed Indian Agent of a bd deeply impressed with the club than ing grandly on to a popular majority. Cincinnati. Dec 19. Jxmis Hammer fell n tan end. tbo men resuming work nerved with a summons to answer a charge may always be filled to the brim with that g h after having been de- within two miles of a fair ground, whore tribe in Idaho, has 'respect- the portion of Mr. Chanat as. trustee of from a third story window at No. 5S Detroit Free Press an agricultural exhibition is iu progress. spirit of public devotion which cheers but of couspiracv for serving prived of food for thirty six hours. avenue, and was instantly killed. fully decined" the position. dler's letter, for in an interview which rents under the plan ot campaign. sot inebriates. of Hog Point, Tippe is pub ished ho says that his statement NEWSPAPcR D.tlFT. Veuxon Two Fatalities al at Crossing. Robbed by Masked Men. Russia Rejects Ferdinand. Eight Victims ( Coal Gas. A bill is pending before the General canoe County, Ind., one of the most inacces- of 1881 was not baseless." but entireSew Yon, Dec 17. The Philadelphia How can tho Republicans hop Detkoit, Dec 19. A special Trem ChamAssembly of Georgia to prohibit tke issuDublin, Dec '20. A family consisting of Vienna. Dec 10. Count Lobanoff, Rus- sible places n that region, caught, in an ly true, and then makes these pointed Late yesterday afternoon, dur- express, which passes New Brunswick (N. sian tn olfd Mr. Blaine when so many eagle meas- and decidedly unfriendly personal using of free railroad six children and their parents were as- pion ing, accepting or steel trap, a bald Embassador here has informed tho fom homo of a in tier J.) Statiou at C:'J0 a. m., thiss morning ing the of their leaders nre ready to pmh a passes by Legislators and State, House and phyxiated by escap ng gas last night at named Gribbcll. three masked men fore d struck n buggy containing Kyiio, Bulgariau Deputation that Russia is unto Mr. Chandler: uring cloven Teet s x inch's, and it Ufaid e County Tipperaty. F va an ntra co into the house, bound Mrs. an able at nroent to recognizo Prince Ferdia boy named judicial officers. me knife under his fifth rib. or his. him lit caugot In the United largest ever Fo far as Mr. Chnndlor's reference to , children were dead when fouud. The other as a candi- to bo the Hickey, who were both instantly nand, ot 5dxe personally ia concerned I do not feel called the back with a brick? Rochester (M hand and foot, and made off w.tb States. A person who lately visited the child and the parents were still alive, but GribbcllAttorn 'ting to call for help Mrs. killed. The horse and buggy were smashed date for the Bulgarian throne. upon to defend myself. I havo no taste for. 11) $300. (.Rep.) Eugenie, says she has grown so old, they can not survive. Tue Lloyds have ordered a steamer to be nordolseeany present occasion loradlscus-b- l Gnbbell was cut with a knifo by one of tho to pieces. Kyno leave a largo lamuy. m A Republican admirer of Blaine in as to political methods - with one whose built which, it is intended, shall surpass in that amy one who baa not seen ber for ten and her condition is serious. uen, proposals during- the bref Inter- pictures him as Fatal Accident to a Kcntuckian. Murdered by a Woman. T T Uncle Sam's Income. speed and sizo any vessol now afloat. She plans and "a Sapoleon escaping yean woald sot recognise ber if she should In the campa'gn Eminence, Kv., Dec 1C Roll Roberts, will be constructed by the Fairfield Com- course I had with him to commend htm of tm.ii thu Elba of politics." Wbich. to Rout by the British. to O., Dec. 20. ohn Powers Put 1884 wore not such as Cleveland, pace by in the street Washington, Dec 17. Tho Governmont while returning to his home from Be.hlo-he- pany. Glasgow. those having the success of the Kcpubbcan skinned of its metaphor, taci th s month at Meadville, Pa., from the ef, died y RivoooN, Dec 19. The British troops nt rcce pts so fur average of are a little ov-- r CAT, aot liking tbe new borne at Green-idpf Ills criticisms at nearly 1,000.000 this county, fell from his horse, tho 10,000,000, an fects of knife wounds inflicted by a woman Mandal y bavo captured Boshwuy'a-campand a boy named partytheaheart.most prominent inat that time do ehanired his shirt IB Alexander the the 2t 8., to which she bad been removed, named Grace Fairo.lld, in a restaurant at The fi"ht to obtuiu possession of it was ? day. The expenditures during 'ho samo animal stepping on his stomach, producing Silberr killed Hamilton named Harris, at menseem to me quite consistent with partv. a h pres; Waterloo. two men Omaha not took ker six kittens and walked with them that place, about two weeks ago. The short and bloody. Tho rebels, after their period aggregate SV.OOO.OOO, or $7,000,000 lei injurios from winch he died. He was aged Little Rock, Ark. nnrMDiis n- - rrarrnr. in reirnruii about forty oti back to ber former borne at Miltoa, a dis- woman is in jail at Meadville, awaiting dtfeat, returned to the jungle. feellnir between public men- i than the receipts. m SeakctCocntt, Ark., is all aglow vritb to feet called upon to make tria. tance ef sixteen miles. my opinion r Paying Interest Before Out. silver excitement, some mines having Just upon which Extraordinary Damages lor Injury. Faster Moriabeili's Feat. BcjoiSHT kas bees pat to odd use at Dasea. Washington. Dec 10. The Secretary of been discovered. 17. Mrs. Juliet Cunning-bam- , A DyM Woman's Information. BrieeeW" TaUing oa a small shaft tbe rays he Treasury hat directed tha payment, St. Louis, Dec If Mr. Jones1 opiy"Paws, Dec 19. Saivator MortabelH, a At Golden Lake, Ark., Le Wilson and truer is any who was seriously injured some timo without rebate, of the interestdue January days' caaeeaa upward draugkt of airwbiobsete Ma.tese, has begun a seventy-twtuine,jv Richmond, Va., Dec 20. The authoriquarreled over the settlecent, Thomas Cotton the 1, 1887, on States nt.llttrant nnk'' a fan in motion, and that in tarn starts ties of th.s city have been informed by the fast at Phibippville, Algeria. Mortabelli ago by jumping from a street car of dan- bonds of theUnited of 1907. four per amounting to ment of a bill. Wilson thot and kided lIIW.II-,.loan People's Line, which was in imminent iu tho British Navy, and durmsiilii'nT tkat wind a dock- it would oa dying wife of Richard Shinnick. who kept also the wrecked oil ger of colliding with a railroad train at about $9,000,000, and the Pacificinterest Railway Cotton. WiLUaM'J. Bhanux, of Memphis, went a saloon in that city, but sold out a d ing his period of service was where ho reissued to Michigan salt inspector's report shows forth with. Fourth and Poplar btrost crossing, was to- tha bonds upon the presentation of the coast ot a desert island, tbe Company te k4e aMaome, Grenada, Miss., and aa a went West several months ago, that she mained seventy-twday nwarded tho unusually large sum of coupon and 4 097,943 barrels were manufactured in Chandm da., s without tust.ng interest checks at tbe Treasury thatState during the year ended November look ofpj saw ber husband murder and rob a man, food. uayMedJeJkalM and Miss Hood were 5,WX) damages by a jury in the circuit tbe at 'Washington or at any of the a year ago, and secrete bis body unto be r abont court. pponJWj 0. Checks for register.d interest will Window Glass Advances. legal lgtfB&MMMUMf4e are la a der tbe floor. Efforts are being made to be mailed to bondholders as souu as pre-C. F. Bchac, of Erie, Pa., killed lad tbe murderer. Suffocated by Coal Gas. pared. Pittsdcugh, Dec 19. The card rate on and fatally wounded another. has been tdvauced 10 per window giass tatborlty Dec 17. Francis HnRerman He was arrested after having tried to of tfcU feJ Cincinnati. Happy Newsboys. Th.B Is an inleadkr McQtnde Gets Seven Ytan. cent, to take effect at once. was "suffocated, and Eilnora Johnson (both .boot tbe policeman. 10. Governor Alger, ot Detkoit, ArthurTJ tho Michigan, isDecgive the faur hundred and crease of 30 percent, over last year's price. colored) is supposed to bo dying TokK, M to tffw was Dec 20. Rev. Wm. BAnuocn, D, D. pastor of Yalt of Xov advance is as agreeable to the workgas .froum fluent uow University, has resigued. newsboys of this city a ae t&is uicrning sentenced to seven The as effects of escaping coal as tLair it Maine i Xo 53 Carlifclo avenue, this city. ult of clotUs each ou Christmas. imprisonment and to pay a floo ot men are is toa tho manufacturer, ou sliding scale. wages k , ts , womto kicked death. Tub widow of General Grant toy. A Mi cine CURRENT TOPICS. A locomotive that explode- - is a new POLYGAMY DOOMED. Hehlnd. Ouiien'.Utaii. Dec. 19. The Utah problem appears to be slowly approaching a solution, and the indications point toward the gradual collapse of tho institution of polygamy. Last spring Lester Uerrick, n wealthy bishop in tho church, owning a largo amount of real estate, and resid ng in this city, suddenly went West on a trip to the coast. Spring and summer pas-ebut Bishop Horrick still tarried, and as ho had four wives it began to b- - suspected that, net having the fear of the Lord" before him, and greatly dreading tho U. S Murbhal, had tnken to tho "underground." Kecently the Bishop reOjjdeu and at once made prepaturned to rations for the removal of his legal wife and his household goods to California. A very short sojourn in Ogden sufliced to complete his arrangements, and lie has now departed for his now home, leaving behind him three sepurate families, for whom, however, he has liberally provided. Those of the church profess to Itonevo that Hernck will return to his old home when things are mote settled, but the facts have become known th-- t he basbftbis property in the hands of an agent to be disposed of; that n .sale of one city lot has recently been effected, and that the giitleiiian has become the owner of an estate in Southern California There in no doubt that B.shop Hernck has permanently left Utah and the Church, and tlmt if any deception tas been practiced tho Chuicb. is tha subject of it. Uishop Hernck was well liked by his Genti'e and possessed iheir coulidence; he is a man of mure average ability. shrewd thau dealings. hoi orable in and liii Ii was a daughter of Bishop Herriek whom memlwrs of his own church endeavored to compiomise with Judge Power, in order that tho Judge's character might bo but the plan reacted upon the head of olio of their witnesses, who was con victed of perjury and is now serving out a live years' sentence. Tht ladv has i new been happily married to a (Jentile. Another Bishop in Salt Lake C.ty. John Sharp, who ialso uperintt'iuU'iit o'f the Utah Central railway, declined about a year ago to "live" hit rriigion, on ttie occasion of his having to plea to an indictment charging unlawful cohab.-ttitmMr. Simrp, 'Guilty," said "and I promise to obov the luw in futui and to uige others to do likewise.'" thereupon sentence was suspended, and so wus BisLop Sharp from his bishopric in the Mormon Church. A few mor; .such as these anil tho crumb'ing editico will totter to its fall. Tho hiding awnv of John Taylor to escapo trial under ind cement, and tho of George Q Cannon, first and second Presidents of t.ie Church, respectively, are causing much unfavorable comment among the moic intelligent Mormons. d, e A Great Christmas JBvent Prohiba bear to ited in New Orleans. One Mormon lilshop Diverts Utah rllh 1II I.eal AVifc, l.ravinc Three Kttntlllr -- WHAT WILL PRINTERS IjOJ 1 That It ? Machine A a Success. f Typo-Sottin- Genuine tli. VrtlcIpan'tWoumle J livery Thlnff DuoiflriTa Chlnagu I'.irk Hoth g tt s ueuiR-cajispletc- . bt-e-n e egg-nog- -- tocmjJJcjaII m !. -. AjtHOROUQH SECRETArTY. The Xead ef the Nvt Department Is MovlpK .Cautiously. Jlat Lyln Second Session. the FouaMatlen for One of the Finest ' la the World. YVAsniNaTos. Dec. H. Senate. Memorial '- , . . were presented and bills Introduced and re The3 raciicait manner in wnica ., tno , . icrreii. inns lormo retirement ami reroio- Sccrefcry offjle Navy 13 setting about ago of the traue dollar and to prevent frauds irpuncu in .imencau manuiaciurers were ne amenu-mea- the v rg. uuiiuin-- ; up liiu navy anil irom tno uommitiee on r inance. l rfctoHiglo tlic coon try the prestige r to iho electoral count bill were In, and aconferenoc eommlttee ap- onco ekjoyed in tbatlinc, gives assurpointed. Tho hill torepeul'theitenure of nnceyet success. Ihe wrbtrtieU inu. bv otlice law was taken up. Messrs. Edmunds. Hoar andtGeone. At3 that department-unirep. in. the Senate went Into executive cession, tcan Administpttiona, aqd the shortly after adjourned. and iIneiucienCy in tno perform-- Howe. The estimate were referred to tho Committee on Kules to report a resolution for f duty wliich characterized those he r distribution anionic tho committees. A d pUp5ou3 form a cnajte-ln- nnnronrintlnir $10.j0forirrad-- i .bill wfi( pavinir Tpoanpropoes io mo nawou - jjrjj' lnrana jrw-ai- . "jannjic, FOrtTY-NLNT- II CONGEESa aiul .V - long-sinc- nian-itnicntr- r - on-ksi- n nae-o- 11 , X,ryPb;6 d. e o "tiV n 11 spt-c-tat- -- IIt-Ip-- d n ui-e- fellow-citizpu- s e ad-ran- Park-ersbur- g, blai'K-ene- d: I- - farm-han- -- Ju-tic- ry c 1 1 u. ed to-da- y 1 es St-Pa- Liris-lutur- e. naix-brc- fJ bail-jumpi- 1 ifSrs sjtfrQ Incor-norn- tf - ru.r.nlttlm-thenwners- - s. wen'-ow- 1 brT CourtYf ' PVi51b0 Und - I fuftdeoit-i:!rHk.v.K-uiiBi- n'iml ii." 11 Semi-noles- A liu-Tof- tirt-mcn- t "J.'.-- i" y s mes-fcrn-o- r. n. tenure-of-offlc- I st ed V-- -- SI -' udjui-tincn- t 1 flr-me- n. k, pasjedln-crealntheiension- post-offic-e. - TTSHBHP'p litJ HU uo-.:.- t- -- fi N:: s - twenty-beveat- h cs pa-se- 1 "0 - saloon-keeper- s 1 tem-peranc- o k m str-ic- Tue-Jla- liind-gran- 1 er 1 well-chos- forty-eight- h b to-H- av m le-twe- en Mis-ou- ri Tn-auit- fr two-dolla- vice-vers- o. r Jan-unr- y 16."-- m to-da- , l 1 .- - ai off-ye- ar. Work-hous- o to-da- y to-da- y to-da- y en stone-breakin- scaln-littiu- g olive-branc- -- nb-en- Mo-e- Carrick-on-Sui- r, Ter-ronc- Coburg-Golba- ss Pxttl-Expre- ss to-da- . - i - o Hj y o m r 41 -- an fi-o- ighty-ssve- n -- V-- - f i. rs.112 J fjtf, Ig-- r w FmwJ md ''" 'Ji3r Ve; 'c oTi fnrn and ?wa not tnniy boforfl rind bright, and soon in The ( disDelled all lincerlnfr -- A LITERARY CRIME. Dy Un of riaclarltm ai Laid Dow TtroKngllih Magazine. 'i. lU-'dc- ar f And snow M jVc cor The And laughter MelghbelJV' oreere. Tough trees; the moonlit snour. While o'er tho With nlry bound thegood steeds go. Then by the tire the father sits. While children i!ar, and mother knitOr tells of Christ, the Child, who lay Within tho manger faraway, - criJid lallethlchem; and how the great And wise men came in humble state To pay Him homage; then the death Of Mm who hallowed Nazareth. They hear from her the story, now He made men good and pure, an J no expects us always to pursuo Lives noble, temperate and true: And when the children kneel to pray. for Christmas Ilu.v. They bles the Ctiariti KnouUs Bolton, tn DeinorttV Magct-sinrd e. s DOWN THE CIIDINEY. Tho Visit A Tals or of an TJnwelcomo w York In 1800. OriginaLl "Santa-Claus- ." 92avBYsav ' John Com stock did not look at hi little wife as he spoke, but stood with his back toward her, shaking the enow from hi .eld gray hat and coat, for he well knew the shade of disappointment that was passing iver her face. "Why, no, of course I'm not afraid,"' was I he ready reply. "What should I be afraid of, and up here among tho mountains in this honest little place but it won't seem night quite like Christmas eve tvithout you all and you know it will be the first time we haven't spent it together since wo were married,'' she added, hesitatingly, with a slight tremor in her usually ralm voice. John said nothing, but went to the w in dow and looked out. The storm wa begin ning to break away The fnow was now 1 one night alone, will yon'" ART, tho boys and I will have to go down to the village morning with tho wood, and I don't suppose we'll be iblo to pet bad: before Wednesday morrilng, but I tjuess you won't be afraid to stay here ruao ceuing overneaa depended grneciui festoons of evergreen: the silvcr' frost work of the windows had a worthy emer aid setting, and the spacious tilled with golden light and warmth was Burrounded by a rich mai3 of green; in short, the humble little dwelling had been completely transformed by tho maris hands of love, and this same touch had fairly transfigured the face nnd form of tho occupant until she appeared every inch tha queen of this frajrrant, summer bower. At last there was nothing more to be done. Each stocking Willie's, Henry's, yes, John's, nnd her own as well all hung around the chimney, which was surely am pie enough to admit the burly form of Kris Kringlo himself, if ho still kept up his old custom. And now it was time to prcparo for the nirht. As she drew the plain white curtains together she found, to her surprise, that each window was nailed fast, and sho knew that this was tho work of dear, thoughtful John before he went nway. "Why had he been so worried about her, sho wondered. There was nothing to fear, she to reassure herself, as she went to tho outside doors and drew the bolts Nevertheless, with candle in hand she searched thoroughly each room, not ncilcUng to and InraXgato tho lift tho of proverbial hiding-placand viland lains. Then she put tho can?c'-ou- t crept softly into bed. Manyjbjho had fci fear stayed alone thus witrout a why should sho care now I sho asked herself again and agaiD, and trying to be lieve that she was only nervous from fatigue sho at last dropped into a slumber. How long had she slept? Bho could not tell, but sho had awakened with a start, and was sitting up in bed in n half conscious state. Sho could not tell what had njsed her, but sho thought it must hece been tho striking of tho clock, for it m just telling the hour of twelve with startling distinctness; yet there sho sat motionless long after the last stroke had died away in tho oppressive stillness. Tho moonlight was shmin? through the curtains, casting an uncertain light over each object in tho room. It 6eemod as if some mysterious preenco had startled her. She listened with painful interest, her gaze fixed on the window opposite, and, as sho looked, the dark outline of tho casement seemed to move upward. No, it couU not bo. It must have been caused by the strong wind that was blowing; yet, surely the wind could notmovo it in that directlro-plac- ahe nro- iE'lTrenare a nlenannt utirnrise for ones. Ero nightfall, from the .jusehold ilntlAa 39S. nr c bed-valanc- e, e thic. stlJv Tiro or three years ago the Saturday the law of plagiarism in threa clauses: (1) "In the first place, we would permit any great modern artist to reeut and set anew the literary gems of classic times and of the Middle Ages." (') "Onr second rule would be that all authors have an equal riht to the stock situations winch are the common store of humanity." (3) "Finally, we presume that an author has a rijrht to borrow or buy an idea, if he frankly acknowledges the transaction." In commenting on this code I suggested that there might bo a dilliculty of interpretation in the tirst clause, for who is to declare any mode in a great artist? In the second clause, the law is clearly stated, and whether any given situation is cr U n of not common property is a fact for the jury. The only dilliculty in applying the third clause i in defining prec sely th degree off rankings ami fullness icquircd in acknowledging the But hyperoriticisin is out of place in considering a biiggestion as valuable, as needful ju-- t now, and as neatly put as this triple law of the contributor to the battri!iy Jltiew. A genet al acceptance of this code would tend to clear the air of tho vague charges of plagiarism which hang in hcay clouds over the literary joiirnal-Tiefoi- o we can dccu,"'ue?"i un author is guilty of tr- olTonso wo must be agreed on what constitutes the cr me, what aro it-- elements, and what d have arc the exceptions. to draw up tho statute of exemptions in a form slightly ditlcrt-nfrom that gien in the bnlurttay Itrcicw, a little broader ai.d stronger, aud perhaps a littlo ximpler: "A wr.ter i at liberty Review laid down qne-tio- For twentv years Mrs John Gommell,) Mi.roy. Miffl'n County, Pa , was paralyze ) and unnblo to walk, sno usou bt acosij Oil and was cured. ' Holiday Music GIFTS. ilU'-avne LETTER. It11ab Winter Fabric El cyan t EKVeU U g FASHION Their Making Up Heliotrope the Color for ThU Winter. Lead-lo- THE 6IANT OF MEDICINES. The most Effective and Popular Remedy Ever Discovered. W1IYISIT SO EFFECTIVE IX SO DIFFERENT DISEASES? "iXHYone remedy can T T - FoB "Have you ever soon a ghost, PogKinsf' ' "No. sjiupiiit,'' was the spirited replv. "and ' HOLIDAY I never exspe.-tr- ' "InAVCnEEK ArKLlCTEI with an ASi vo ei n lorrr f niotTiin lr in r DDronrl- tlon of the Thront from childhood, caused ' ... sift i. re t iitnoumoe!- rcii diphtheria, and have usod various rem. lent c"'", " "." '.""J1""' music. no. nti nrr beri br u- -k uhuhsI promptly New York Special Correspondeaca.1 ediM.buthaTenevorfoundaiiythiiip.'qatii &B5?;:-'.. jtuwjnvn, -- u. A nooE VR0VtuJHlJ?' t .iu., ny. i.iv Buxton .W ' . lit itUU wis, der day. "Was uncivilized AVest. A I.aily's agent was shot in Texas the oth. Let us har no more nl'uut tt8 l'ol. I Unfortunate Kxperlencc, POPULAR COLLECTIONS. that of one of our ucquaintaneo who mot-- Voral Durt "J. II.CU. complex, Jltnsir'! svugi, I.' , TO. suffered from scrofula, a yellow and 1 urif ft ion and distress of tha stomach, for years Khjme"IVplo m"li.i;j for Pltno, HXJt ..un Tonic, whiej Oeiin vf siruus, ti gut boforo using Dr. Ilarter's Iron GQOO READIHQ IN ELEOANT BOOKS. dually cured her. aittpr stu t.nti I? .torynf Mu'lc r50 li nuelsii'im Crossed many times, but leaves no mark Ull''lK t'1 t Iiirr, i i.Hr . raihlliU. WuSTIfT 1. ' Old ocean. &f. Lou Vhroniel 14Ttf ull liioi.rral . vaih frum II .'0 ton. XaAS CAKTATAS. .,.. , ',.,., u SOr'i Caught Nmppins "in- unvtui. ,TZ i.uiiuiiTi ..oiw.-- .ir. u,cj Klne Winter.lit. Honey of Horehound nnd Tar unon a cold. i.r .ui its ii- cariitu.ni ti 'Mi I'ike's Toothaeho Drops Curomune mmtte. ! o (I , hi- Nucturnvi (lOcti.) Aal i;ti,ilin Mazur.a l,t Wutlze i.OcM Franz Altium of- tv.ne t; mJX. JIalflitu KJcrulI- Alimiu. jntel,hn'1'ri: l)ul" frt- ouiuuii, h - ..,..,,, , si,at CLASSICAL lJ . ttid Von u.iUl rDlbvllfd. !'. Without Worl II Li-li- MrtntM cmh or WORKS. OU, ' lr-l"- Mai-.urs- ,j T.n ir . thoy were both one She wouldn't but he wooed, aud tlnajj Merchant Tratt'tr C. OLIVER DITSON II & Iirs,.vi n-- -a CO., BOSTON. war SewTnr. Oxioen iKe. Thrtiat. lunp. iiervnusdi, esses. Book free. Dr. lieppert. Ciiiciunati.O Tin: hr.ine streti h end meet Xtu Ha m trit '-t to IUjtvi- - $) Iirsr. ensiost to u o and cuontKvt llemeuy lor Latarru. H urun,. Uta .11 1 THE OKLI IRDB llie UUU 1 1 ! 1 e:it-ure- T LUMBAGO-LAM- E RON aa rTfrla,an Willpurifx th BLOOD reculati N!C rcn t BACK. AMAZING EESULTS. 8unrid 1 She thought of the Indians that Hirara had seen that day; sho thought of tha money concealed under tho foot of the bed, and then John's charge to her regarding flashed through her m:r..i. tho danger-signSho sprang cut of bed m un instant, but tho next moment, to her dismay, she remembered that she had neglected so bring tha dinner- horn into tho house, and that it was then lying in its accustomed place in th she would not venture out there Ml her courage seenied to she went to the n cer- to in nd cs she exam wmld distinctly al - tion. the work of his predecessors as ho will, provided always thai(l)he due not take credit, even by implcation, for what he has not invented, and (mJ) that he docs not in any way infringe on tho pecuniary rights of the original owner." hen M. Victor.en S.irdou hi ought out tho fare cal comedy, "Los Tommes du ac- was he Volsiu." tused of having stolen it from a tale of Charles do Barnard, and h rewith evidence that he torted had the permission of the holders of the Bernard copyrights, who were to share u in the profits of the play. IlereM. was innocent under the second clause of my law, but guilty under the first, inasmuch a- he had concealed his iiuleiitcdiieN to Charlc do Bernard and had taken credit for an inventory vh ch was not hi own. When Mr. (harks u-- o .n.-taiiar-do- to and t urnl. llvir ir. s liar Imtti iruul..' i.m .iii-'- ' 'I' 11 Ira .r r.orn Jiarsrui Kiir-- ." iji ol hp ineltnJk!iilJ.-- . .!.!.. !.. 0 St Itf I rt li5 Years 1 " '1 ' i ' 1 " aiu ftI rl" 'I"1" isj IV tna Liver kidneys c HrvroJiF tho IIEALTHandVIQ. OH of YOUTH jnilsrion.J-ac- k 01 Art!" ol btreniria and Tired iwi.DgnD- s'utely eur.1 Itonev, men. new cle and nrrw I olinn tb xn'od for- and anlie Ilrain Power. All indications puint to an immense nnd unprecedented success oi woolen costumes and triin tweed, cheviot, cots, fancy meltons, camelV hair Kl'x,, home-spu-n fabrics and nbbod and striped materials m rich combmatioiiH of color. There arc also countless lines of shaggy fabrics in boucle, fnso frappo and bouretto effects, many of these showing tho long popular "heather"' mixtures, but this season in unique and beautiful weaves fresh from foreign hxims, which securo them a placo among the "high novelties" of the present gorgeous exhibit of winter goods In making up these stylish fabrics, the most reflned elegance in effect, and tho most perfect degree of mechanical skill tn execution, are sought. Kuits of homespim come tlrst in the rank of simple tailor stylo for utility purposes, these generally of one fabric alone, and with no other lmiir,' than d edges und nnvi of butUms. Tins fubrit- .s a handsome rough surface! wool, either plniuly wide diagonals or otherwiso is or blocks or stripes. The stylish woven nav blue diagonals, and other serges worn by young ladiea who objivt to the f)ber home-spufabrics aro trimmed with fancy wtK1 braids or narrow bands of golden j brown beaver IJasket t loth diagonals rango still higher in tho scale of tailor mado gowns, these nciily combined with p. ash o r velvet Illustration is here gien . a suit of this detHT'.p-tio- a wool-armure- s app-jarm- g JSJLiXY machme-stiU'he- - 111 111 aiTeot so many cases is thtThe diseased bATfl a common causa, and a remedy that can atlect the cause, permanently cures all the diseases. Uullko any other organ in the body, the Kidney when diseased, may Itself be fteo from pain, and tho ery fact that it U not painful leads many people to deny that It is dbeased-UaletUc-i- t Authoiit es agreethat It can bo liir pone with disease una yot Rivo forth no pain, because it has few If any nerves of senat:on, and thesa are the only meaii3 of convejiug the sense of pain; thus unconsciously dUeo-soit nf-IW-'iS tho entire n. stem. We do not open a watch to see ?f it is goiui: or U in gool order: We look at the handi. or note Mie accuracy of its time. So we need not open tho kidney to see If It U diseased. We study the condition of tho system. Now then, KIDNEY DISEASE pioduces Any of tha lollowintj Common and ut d Uu-suspec- tcd n Mils. I II W.Ma V. Could not rrntfrlni Itle 147 I bail a (ei ere attack ul rae umble lo rUe trom n, I OiU nil api.lted St J.'-ob- t rem-ir- u. tnl rriUfTfd that the rain w WALTFIt HAi Mh uu not mornea. ami Cnreil. Vort 8lrei, Sidney, I R. SB 3 ETGi tohlr .el will rind braU TONIC a f and pidrcare th oni'lion F'wTnnt attempt! at oontrIit. of the oriamal. ! to thu nuon'radd uriir Bket. tL Cmn.rSAi. . plllr notfiiirimxnt s W. rbeamatl' Ium.hs. Jterihi.t. fr I ch. atc V LIVER PILLS Dr. Cure L'omtlpation TUr Comolalnt and SIC I neaaaeoe. oamp'e vote ana uream otwi mailed on receipt of twocentaln poitage y HE DB.HARTEn MEDICINE C0?v PANY. IURT'! isi St.Loun, Mo. far'-- 1 ttead-- h4 ft rr co'Jl.t d to' tAprrb TIIKI IIAULKs re.lvfline cr, , I M ra wi.IL A Jncihn nil I 1 fi I il e. tr.'i! aim'l" jiJ rcl I im,1 I '. trirl bum r"inr.l a Kit ' ! ! Vork. Sw iiiwur : v T. 'ftt TUB I " ' " I i :rl'iM" - r1' SETH THOMAS i: MJ j called without "Joan," mg the permission of the American author, he was guilty under the second clause and innocent under th tirt, for there was no concealment oi the source of the drama. With a i roper g snow, fol- - understanding of what is and what is there should gn a ow as sho not plagi:in-m- , eemed to greater circumspection in bringing the ho heard accusation. 1'lagiarNm is the worst of o knew literary cr nies. It i theft, nether irection, more nor All who desire to upent sho hold the honor of literature, and sie in nnd petty larceny and highway robbery meet o plainly with their just punishment, are conoonlight cerned that the rharjje shall not lie Ah a great y dtsttn- - brought or carelel - answered. But as his how so often has th- nuat u literary detect". e cned "Wolf, that pat em 5 ho and accusat onsof hterarv 2in broadcast, unt.i ti" of Cull- sii t. a-- k- Lass lleade o" turned Mr. LowrieN " Burnett's "That into a jdav PSTAE I 1(1 1 COUGH GUR TI"i . SAFE. Tear, t K051 on ' !"'' CtS. w .Tie Till I llllil IM SO PR O MPT. . tM.H . Bernrd G'!? s lydia tal it ti mm S. - tat.more.3d. E. in es linumiitii-niiiviiw- SmannA 'itfva Wnh for the Price. w burn with Dyspepsia; Intense pain, upon sudden excitement, in the Small of the Back; Kheuma-tisDip sit of mucous some lime uf.er urination; Loss of Memory:brick dust. chills and fever anil Pneumonia; Dropsical Swellings; Ked or White albumen anil tube easts lit thoAuuer; Constipation, nllernating witnijoose-ntS- ? Short breath, Pleurisy aud Bronchial affections; Yellow' Ji pale skin, etc. These are onlj th e del disorders orsymutoms caused by adKesed condition Xow theiv Isn't It clear to you that the kidneys, being Uie cause of all of tho kidneys. these derangements. If they re restored to health by the great specific tho mainrity of tho above ailments will disappear? Thero is SAFE Issued hv iv 3IYSTE1CY AKOLT IT. It does curo many bad Mates of tho system precisely designer in N w as wo have Indicate!. Now when the kiilnos are diseased, the albumen, tne life properT ti o ty of the blood, escapes through their walls and p.Nes nway in tho water, while the urea, York c t y. gown Is mil led frtim the kidney poison, remains, and it is this kidney 1 olson in the Iilood, that, clr a Fans dress ni.tde of dilating turoughout the entire body, afleets every organ and produces all thu golden fawu colored Rboi'O symptoms. k THE Therefore, wo say confidently that SAFE Cftim - huir, us soft to the touch us silk. Ji Jilt DISCOVERED for tho huThe meltable f.,ot plaiting is dispensed MOST moves with und the long Urevu.n dr.il rj n m. hts man race. It Is the common remedy which, overcoming tho common cause, from belt to hem At the left side, the skirt the "reatest poss hi iiumher of e 1 cttWts from tlie sjstetu. Let parts, reMj.lng a wide panel of IUmian-plai.le- d us note a few of thevj diseases and how they are affected by kidney poison, and cured by plush in colors of ruby, moss green and gold There is a full drapery at tho b.n k, and the jvnnti'd bodice is 1 ut away to show a French half vest of tho plush, with fastened at mtervals down eith-rsid- e, enameled Roman buttons whose tinted c. In fl Kreal mny CZSi3 Consumption is only tho enect ot a dU s repeat the colors of the plaid The PilMQIIMPTiilrJ e,sed condition of the system aud not an original disease; If the le.-are trimmed to mat-h- . and en tu,!t UU lluU III 1 Null is a Tyrolean hat of golden fawn colored kidneys nre inactivo and there is any natural weakness In tho lungs, the kidney p ami i ualiv the waste away with the Uoinan viHi't. and fiit. attaelcs their Mihstaneo an I tr mined with 1o.ijkj of Fnvt velvet nbboa are destroyed Dip vour finger In acid and It Is burned. Wash tho finger every Jay in Tho kidney poiacid and it soon becomes a festorinz Miro and is eventually destroyed. v i'h n tropical bird set in their midst. 1 tor -s son acid In tjie blo.l has tho s m - destruct ye clleet upon It . Junj:-- : upen winter M '.t of the drajonea 'iinionia to fall nearlv, if not this reason a person whose kidiies ar nilln? will have crao attacks of P11 ctc at all are arraiig-of the year, lams fevers. Coiiirhs. Clds Uronchitls. Pleiirisv. i, it.', to the foot of the skirt, leaving tho in the Spnns Itectifv the action .f the kulnevq by SAF E s open, revealing countless novel eff.vts seasons of the year suit as many hundreds of thousands have done, and you will be surpris.d UC Th- - fpnt drapery is Curo udornir.ir iii . lunj; a ustcd by means if extra deep plaits, the iinproe.ncut in the condition of the so high IMDIIDCn CVC QlfiUT Kidney add with some persons has nn es-ee- tal swine of wbu-- fasten to the K-lImrAinLU LlL"iJlUni 1 allinit for the optic nerve, andtlioudiw art they raised. t, many jierson have writtwi us Apropos of colors, helu.trop-- ' is likely to have ticer urgeil it as a cure for disordered winter Tho b S ii.-surprise that after a thorough courso of treatment with 'n' th rar-t!.- i t'telr eyesight has been vastly improved. In fnct,ono ti .uueldreiswdl full in superb unbroken SAFE fol is. but there will be much pains ex- - . .i. u.t .,m... 1.1 thn raimtri ssv that half tho natieut1 that come to him p nded upon the adorn.ng of tho corsage. with bad eyeM. uoii examination he dLscoVLTsaropjMtfHHBteUIisiuder. YMPTflM ' ach; Unusual desire to urinate- at itijrht; Fluttering Ol Ull IUIIIO and pam in the heart; Tired Feelingsi Unusual amount of Greasy tVoth in "W.itcr; lrritateil, hot aud dry skin; Fickle Appetite; Scalding sensations; Acid, bitter taste, with furred tonuo In tho Morning; ileadacho nnd Neuralgia; Abundance of pa. e, or seamy llo.v of tfnrk-colo-water; Sour Stomach; Heart1 ed Curo.' "Varncr's 2l " Warner's Cure" r "WARNER'S SAFE CURE!" een do-vi- son Li.-e-.- cos-tuun- . " Warner's h t, eye-sigh- ui Cure," "Warner PINKHAM'S VEGETABLE le. COMPOUND, I M t- - I 4 A. f Jf Oe I a ro-ltn- rl ure ALU (.' - C Corri. V7i'esi It o aid t Jul ced T?f. '! t .irnmtf ou' Wii, Muthn l)jhten. v-- ' M rir'u tV-- fJ I A- - XZti ylyC tW WV. ltS-- I ro' Iotnrfnirivii. 7. mM liti. tl-- cure oil'rW' Jf Office, 10 West 23rd Slrecl. New York City. for al! kind" f ll'iildlri and 'Ttrnit "r m t.fiiuinr W-- t i!v nnd other hii!h radi l.ramtii I)ir.rt IniiMirt.'r-- cif l'f.lllinl l In th iVItiratis! l'ilii-- r un.l l,nutn-ntprumpllT (urulsbed. Srutrl. Krd t.ruuUr. WESTERLT, R. I. QUARRIES AND WORKS: PETIRHEA- -, Scotland. 58 IJfeSTEKLY bRAHlTE Gf IiIMirED. Ul will bo sought b th assistance of riih '.! hu-berthas pear! en. broideries an I iluttiU Russian gumijies f when eitra JyM early in lire, is mat an m i)iimious 10 u of ortier lor years, aim uie kpjcv OPIUM HABITS uro their Mctims by their: cans tlie a petite is IIV !,, , :jiSia hand wrought Indian muslin. ' Monu-nn'nti- il CllO I11JA2erv Zn h of A iconic at o fi oal- . ii'i J des-int- n where off John, with sank under her, and tho next moment she knew no more. "Nevermind, don't talk just now," John way. was saying to her when she came to her"Jiminy! mau, you might as well kill a self "111 tell ou al about it Sf jou'll fellow as to scare him to death."' promise to lie quite still and not ask any exclaimed the honest host, . 3. springing up and placing a chair for his i queer guest. "Do tell! did 1 sheer ycri I thought I Hi made a great rumpus as I come onto the Mcop." . wTav. yS JI: I'll "Wc were bu3j talking and didn't hear you. Why, how blue you look! Here, take my chair near the fire, I'm going inti the other room for awhile," and the hostess rose as she spoke. "O no, I'm not a bit cold. Just yon keep your scat," ho feeblv remonstrated, droning into the proffered chair nevertheless without aiiy ado and spreading his rough, cold hands in the very blaze of the cheerful tire. "I tried to git wife to come over with me for a little chat this ovenin', but she was the childcrn to sleep and couldn't leave,' and the wretched fellotv's teeth fairly chattered as he tried to keep up a show of conversation. ' I'm real glad that you've come over, Hiram, for I want to ask you to keep an eye rw,-. tfXSn -on my premises while lm gone down to the village.". "Jest so! "iVben bo you goin'l"' was the r.t ;we52 quick inquiry. "To morrow morning, bright and early," LUTEKIXG PITSIDK. replied the other, "and 1 can't get back un questions. Santa Claus, ci'fcii tha noblo til real late night," red man, tho temptation of " Well, I'm goin' down thar myself to- trying to couldn't resist chimney down our morrow noon, but I'll have Hanner look ery thing come so nicely XuA up when evwas for hU rearter things." ception; but he found it a rather tight "Is that so;" inquired the astonished squeeze and got pretty well smothJohn, for a trip to the distant villago was ered the ho but smok; not an every day event among those simple dropped by down at last, au? Mrs. Otwood mountain-dwellerand I reached the in timo to " Yes, that's so, but Mr. Comstock prevent a thorough house just Ho was very roasting. feels at all skecred 111 have Hanner come well done on to over and stay all night with her. I saw turn when we uiie side, and just ready Incame in. I felt a strong two or three Injuns down the clination to give him good butting, but road and mabbe you'd ruther not be concluded you needed a ray attention in alone, Mrs. Gomstock," he said, addressing stead. And now tho wilv savage has been her as she nou appeared. reduced to an oily one, arid lies wrapped in "Indeed.. I'm not tho least bit timid," linen bandages, over at the Otwood's. I was tho spirited reply. "There's not bogged tho poor, woman to enough life left in one of those poor creat- take him in charge, for ho bore such a ures to frighten a baby." strong resemblance to Hiram that I "You're right. They wouldn't worry a thought he might turn out to bo a long-los-t muskeeter. Hut I must bo now." brother, or something of that kind, you And, rising, the awkward visitor drew un know. By the way, I'm under an impresold faded scarf from his pocket and envelsion that as soon as tho patient recovers wo oped his head and neck la its folds. "Where shall lose our neighbors. Can you guess bo tho boys he suddenly asked. wnyr'Jonn asked, in o most significant "Oh, they've been abed an hour. They're manner " What! you understand going with mo in the morning, you know," yetl" he continued, as a don't confused, puzzled and poor, tired John tried not to look bored look was the only answer. " Well, I must as the feilow still lingered. A few moments drop enigmas, I see, and speak in plain Enlater he growled a sort of and glish. Your terrible visitor was none othtook his departure, slamming the door as er than Hiram Otwood, himself, disguised he went. as an Indian. You remember bow cold and "As good and honest a soul as ever blue be looked last night when he came in UTed' said tho husband ot last, daring to so suddenly upon us. He had been listeni mo suenco witn a neartv laucn. ing outside for about twenty minutes. No LnH suppose' he is near enough to wonder ho sat there all of a shiver! Tho your I'm so sorry he's going upshot of the matter is that tho villain card every word of our conversation and or the money 1 left with you. There, oa promised vou wouldn't talk before the little woman could ut- ohn had left the room, softly TTie-e- s good-naturedl- y m I'd walk right in without neighbor-like- , yer know," nn what startled pair looked to see theirn? Nr, Hiram Ottvood, standing in the door- " Good evenin" 1 occason for deout worth. p in sho truth, rather than a day of .5" a sporting. Further than this, wc douu strug- - the acceptability of the modern wav of l. observing the day a small per cent, of only irow the people meeting in their respective ? the house grasping the houses of worship, while the bulk of Iran tie notes that "tired workers" may be at the pool tieard for miles in and billiard tables, in the wine rooms lien she started to run or making the dav one of g neral t every thing swam bo- - frolick.ng. 1'arit Ttx.) Sorth'Tixnn. fea-tinga- If vork of ' -- ily her tho fling it the We trust we d o not lack a feel.ng of gratitude for the bless ng- - we but w care clearh of the oj n on that Thanksgiving Day should be s,.,.( t, j so as to fall on a Suuda and be uud-a- n cni, Womnn'w Sura Frlmwrt n,, 0f lit mu m i n Liik . nEK k ! n'innoi, C 3 J JH'il r TI' 111 IXBtRVJVT "TTIITOtlAlTI TSkf HE. ITrTmrn-EUX- l DOW HCJ KE'OBI AMI Sii tCE Jlcva C'tl10 B Al,!TiTS rTEMiMNTlT i ttTH BT ITS tsl. TroId by I)riisRll. I'rlce 51. per bottle ... Mn. rinlham'd.lierl'ilU urn u. 2Jf. J&6.UsS?J&'fCld. '; Jt& i tion, J'u!li.J ut .il I lirm i,ar(l.nlarl f nn I "I r uiri ' Jtsa iit J?TVS-BjBSr- f"L THE MEW DEPARTURE DRUMS fi ar r ji.tnw", j. virnt dKU'i e actinc roa ana IjliE kmrr.t Ltflit, aud tmnuson?. iiii'ciui ssHiv" - onuM "ci.r J .. t I W fi Cot LYON 11 1 -- ft) I neijualed lor O't iestra all oilier In tnnr, kuiia .n,-- h appearance. If and Muic dealer doe Xlnraet krp ehrn wr'tr tu oa ' ilii. bfi Hands ant A stylish miili 1 f t a dinner dress is h re illustratci Tin - g ' is made of palr. frani .use bineil with dark t e trope vi undershirt 1st 1 i'i n tl ith a v ul-- - I'aul f the vein t v. tn ' M.ps of velvet i ii:ntO sla.shisl por the side of th . 1 It Sn iBStfSaliisia 7 . habits ea ti arc restoivd to pi y that the after a thorough tliose organs, hao RHEUMAT1 kidney pols e. f Mr, siTi!'A J"'! F.L.1 ill .stomaeli nerjralii caused i yontn: peop the !ystenii rl.euinatisj r i -- &. HEALY, i'j ata.ijje III. Chlcaso, nr-- uj WANT TO MAKE t v. i '.-- n i Hi Ai.ivv i - nt -- POfeWASTER HIGHEST AWARDS OF MEDALS IS AMCSU JL .OD rU01C The q.kft ofMt ai n p fal ' t Jy relier id r nn2 t Aire, iiruait-n- t Itf war of I. ntatwns Ci-i- t This l tto iki 1 1 (.Trybn'l t. r niak.i.ir in' 'j- .ml rapidly -- an. i . le ,ti I. r M -- I hbfral teins i i i. !, . 'irni if p v, i r opp.j - at oncu ? I"i rarii i an i 'ur. ri.7.- in ba i UK ' n tp i.r,- I'nfrie r - iiTinjr nil I tlUD uill. nnnv '.. ,.r aoro rert ard mi,niccricn duuii MONEY? r ni'it nxlirenri an i ry It ' lu i.'li.r- - i un i r "Win. urt-- s fcarv K.' ka h U kh ftrbeii mdiM n- - l- ml r utrt -- f . rf hiph-- jf ) ) ri fefe kicd-hcurtc- ti 111! Ail a "Every time I look at this paintrd ilKXft"N Jt4D TKE ".TMRJi !l china," said a physician, "J think of hew the g rls have suffered. Lavender PAYStheFRElCHT oil and turpentine are used in walking j o ion - nson ,rplr, Lt.rr, t, china. The fumes of these liquids in a 7,r fi.a and utn i.ni,5. Biu, 'r close room amount to a poison that NOW sr'L Till can withstand. I know of adoen rerrtiievu, r rrr prt JU Mttidca Ul. pifr t,4 mit'ttt young ladies who have lost their be.iuiy. UNRIVALED ORGANS JOtES OT BIHGHAMTIN. 11 It Bl.Nt.llA.tlTO.N. ,. Y. animation and health hy paint ng On the EASYper mc K ayalem. parment' at tbe :i.S.'; u .th rateoi china, and I shall be glad when daubs boudloi I alalojje w tb'oi.p&rt HiriesniaileU f ree. o ax UB CLAIMS of paint on a teacup will be no longer UPRIGHT PIANOS, H if e unkM a " thought charming." Good Housekeepfu? S3 1 rnr ing. ContrucleJ on the new roetii 1 of stringing, on KXITICIIINCIl ( nurspoMirNCF oli lrcix flmllar trci. Send fur i ripUTe Catalogue, Ciailed free. CO. MILO B. STEVENS & fIUO. 'A hunter near Harlwell, ja.. sho' VIIIMTHV U. 1. tiKK'Vi MASON & HAMLIN ORGAN AND PIANO CO. IU- UPTKUir. MU1I. ClIKAlii' a peculiar bird a few days ago. Jt Boston, Mow York, Chicago. measured six feet from tip to tip of wings, has a head as large a the largest house cat, and a thick coat of white CUHLS WKLRE All Hot (AILS. fjoud. Vt Bert ( ' a?h t j rop. 1 ANTI-BILIOU- S feathers with small dark spots. It h 'ins. s M l j not at all vicious, but will allow a person to stroke its head, and appears to enjoy it. It has large yellow e c, and THE GREAT an appetite for small birds, and it legs For Urer. Bile, Indli ENGLISH REMEDY your own Bone, UII1IIU and feet arc thickly coated With feath- contains on'jr lar ri.tt!o Inirdi.u s. Arnv Hiid r -- nob La;Mi in. i rti nthr r Jin Ii - r . m I i a - .. - and n an- I.un;. ind 11 r utim vh a . 'a ' i I'lvwr Nr V" Aidlr . a Ilull'a llulauia for (he Lnnn is. pn'uic n a athaia TfbiK'iiiu. f thn Tlinia, t htit anil (nninmptlon. l"r e. - fSK . V. uuik. fifc- SS,5 an id-Ishaped Fn'tieh jacket of tho velvet opens over a vest of pale vellow kid, embroidered with lieaotrojie beiuts Very dark henotrope j'ush is malo mto the elegant French surtouts and Russian c hsses to fce worn this winter. Vmsh and vUet redingotes litting the form rv closely, are to Ik- highly favored' next i son. Manr ladies, however, who to displnj thrir gowns, pilfer the sh.,t Fre.uh trats of seal or plush, tb. so decorated with bands of beaver, bluo fox, Ivar skin or Grecian lynx Theso jauntv coats are also made 01 ri'ii;h cloth" t every sort and sha ie, and of geiiuiii. .- A tltH tun . i,..- r .. ...itw'i- iiujti, ui;u nii-- i - w--- . tense suilerintr. Scmelimes thlJ form of Gravel, which In its descen'J times the acid soHdiiies 111 the llladdtu S-Fhas restored tl blander and has effectively correctcl urinal tlieso organs liitlamcs and cvetitiullj'j uunuui.il uiuuilUUUU tlon of the kidneys, nnd Rl Mlllr-- H iiiyiimIuM nftb Cure" it clialleimes comparison v. ft WARNER Congoslion Isa collecting tozail xnere is iossoi iien'ous action lit nil auow 1110 uiocKi to ctri'iurue ami 11 stagnates, it tnu coquT" lectins uiood clots aim eventually destroys the orjjan. r.re scious victims of this very coiirno-- i condition. Tho heart, determined arf force blood into cveiy part of tho system, has to work harder to jret it throiujii Ki.-gli- sh l I " ' Irr lrtn.ir A a anljSra tijr un1'- - prWn(i J n Iltotr t nam" N jkTl J oai . it' itn h . fis" I s.Tlork. '. fif few-girl- s iiHsifflWini 11 1 ui-- irii ih 4r fjf -- mixed suitiiitrs. d Thre ur also some vr r ft.c of diep b'.uft pilot doth, truninisl with bluo fox or dark s ndNRPTIflN WWHWI.W swis s fXY 1 S60. B apeiidcd to every son of garment upon which they can possibly be adjusted fn ra my lady s whito dressing gi wn to tho long luxurious Rus-s- i in mantles made of the most expensive seal or sable lur. and t J. 'W'4 eJP but few really smart ? Ea jackets are worn bv our.g ladies without a hxd i l,i s?v..-- h M : k. a 'a Capuchin, or a n Turk Round- sh 'uldered women, however, should shun Hum altogether, and dumpy women look T with old bronzo buttons. Thes,i are charming. Hoods an brown fur. and fast-en.- -d wz COCKLE'S PILLS, 1 n.--te u 2EE38G1 Menl.Oj-atrrShclla- , 1 7SN' it ' Also - ers. C1IA8. . CKITTJ; TON, M.W TCKK. OIIAIIAM I'liiur II- James Pool, of Rhode Island, invented and circulated the following verso: "Th're was a younjr lady named Harry, And sadly she wanted lo Hurry: She h ent for a man FRENCH DECORATIVE ART DESIGNS. riacuea. Lampibailes. etr, band pamtlnc, hasilT appl'-fc'nd for prire-at- , and fulldtretlon. JKIFF.W V V llltOsj., d. Nevr method o I.. haDns. Vanei. t an nut be deierted from Ohio. 1KK1) onappl- rv. tlll.1'4. irr !ar and Testimonials an n 1VTI.SO.N 11KON.. rv'i'pvodan.leureill'Tlln J. A rnt. mori. madp In I'invi:!. MII.I.S F Wit..n'a siiyvNDarrxiij 1'atenti lOO per kpenlntr (nr onul aid rAUAI l.tou, l'a. nen: Whose name was McCan. And he skipped oil to Boston, y Hurry, 1 llnclnnutl. RUPTURE !. nith.l. Thu.n who ran nut Tml Health. i,f pprun! lOOFAIDIsrvrsair .!s w uhit io.imin oeletj-- .t- arail tbPmielTtii niinliornsi nndettrndancc canhtTM Hullaotl. markrts. llnmn nmlirn tmnt fur ItH i't LhsLIK. Wabintiii, Ind. only truHtmunt for On lor atainp. AI.L. sftidatarap circular. ZMllroadway N. V. I lUr, .Mulu .Street, PllEB-ii- a far better with n straight-baeket- l eoat The new m.iius this fashimable addition wraps are new in fabric only-n- ot iiii't-ii s jni The inventive genius who hilhTto h is volved wonders tho way of wraps h..i .m to a standstill, and eoats, and U aks, and vis tcs. and dolmans made two cn: three years ago, still hold their own nnd need but a httio now beaded passe-ntene or fur trimming to make thera look exnc'ly like the ' hab: f rom nbroad," nnd it is wonderful lieyi nd expression what an of cadcil glitter and tlash can bj purciased for tho sum of tea dollars. 111 1 sive action, rush of blood to tho he.id, distressing head hclios, indicate that the Congestion has become chronic and Is doimj damage to the entire system. Congestion of the kidneys is one of the commonest of complaints and Is the beiuiiiuvT will remove it. of inuvu chrome misery. SAFE PsflMPI ulNTV What we ,mvo sa'"1 about Consestlou applies wlthpar-- I FFMAI F UlllriUL. UUII1I LHIIIIU 1 tlcular force to the aboecompl.ints. They are as common as can be, and as every doctor can tell you. most of them in 1 his onw hlch. mt being regularly corrected, grows cost ive contlit on of the sy-tebito disease and prcxlnces these countless sufferings which oan be alluded to but not described in a public print. Thousand havo been permanently cured. It s not stran-- e tint so many, many people write us that RID (111 HnRM-RUL.UUU uluuliuLUO 1 since they havd given tliein-mlvethorough treatment with 14 their thick ami tnnrid Wool, their heavy, blotched, S A FE . The kidney poison in Irritablo skin havo disappeared under its Hitent inilu-icothe bio d hie ens t. It is not readily purl tied in tho lungs and the result is tho Impur'tle? como out of tho surface of the body, nnd if there is any local disease all the badness in tlie blood seems to collect there. Our experience justiis "the greatest blood fies us in tho btatement that SAFE purifier known." The treatment must be ery thorough. closed oran, aud eventually the Heartbreaks (town amrjmlpluthm, exces- "Warner's Curo" bein V s Warner's 1 Curo" "Warner's Cure" more or lev throughout the year with stomach Uvsnensla. lndhrestion. Waterbrash, heat and distress in the stomach, sharp pains, frequent aches, want of appetite, lack of energy. ov, these aro evaetiy the conditions that will be produced in the stomach w lien tne blood is tilled with kidney pois m: People doso themsehes with all sorts of stomach reliefs, but get no better: They never will get better until they ghe their attention to n thorough reviving of kidney and liver action by the means of the only specific SAFE STOMACH DISORDERS : Many people complain "Warner's CONSTIPATION, PILES : bl WOUNDED D. -- James was sk pped into court on n suit for slander and damages, and thyi brilhnnt cfiort cost him $170 in cash and three months in the county jail THE MARKETS. Cattlo Conimonjl CO (jdoico iiuicuer j iu IIUUS Common 3 40 (tood l'uckcra i 'jj 511EEI' flood to choice :i 73 FIjOUK Family 3 S3 OKAIN-Wheat- -Ka J red .. N) ;:, No.3rcd Corn No. 2 allied 37 No. --'mixed Oats HAY Timothy No. 1 11 CO C (o TOKA' Leaf s( GoolIeaf ntOViaiO.Nsj-Pork-M- eas Uw i'1'.iuujifiira ltru DCTl'EH-Cboi- co Dairy 17 Cho ce to fancy Creamery.. APlLE& l'nnic per barrel 2 is) m FOTAiVtS rer bushel LIVESTOCK OO-Me- dium - s. Look - PRIDE. -- Huuiunllke Conduct or n .Alonke l'rlsooer ,, In ti Clilraso aiuscum. Chicago News. .1XCI.VNATI. Dec to 21. S 23 4 to-da- y, 10 as 3 73 tt . iO ii 3 ii O 4 50 G3 heart-broke- n e Ml m G ( 37, 773 18 91 7S M 9 10 12 25 !ft 6 20 251 30 NEW VOKK. 13 4C 34 (X) good-nig- ht I'LOPR State and Western. .. 2 OKAIN Wheat, No. 2 Ch.cajro. ... No. 2 red. M . Corn No. 2 mixed-.- .. Oats mixed .............. POIIK LAUD Mess 00 Wif 43Vi 41 Western steam CHICAGO. 12 G12 30 6W FLOUR Wiiconsin winter...$3 !0 GllAIN Wheat No. 2 red No. 2 Chicago Sprlnjr Corn No. 2... ....- - 004 76 2G UKD Steam..M.. FLOUR GHAIN-Whcat- No. PORK OAtBlO. Met . ... M...H... . .. . ... c SO till Fftinllr Mixed ss. BALTIMORE. 2 50 6 221J 6.3 nco . r after him. A- lucky, 1 Odte Corn Mixed 88 PROVISIONS-Fork-Me- E t3 4 43'.',a a 3 MS V a12tt) "t 6 00 4 C2iJ 43f CATTLE First quality. Got. Dribolles. How did lQi aRAlN-Wheat-No.2- INDIANAIOLI3. GRAIN Wheat .No. 2 red 5 Corn mixed , Oats mixed.... LOUISVILLE. FLOUR-- A No. I $ 4 sw e 83HH .......,. a M E5!.J tOH rcd... a 4 Corn-mi- xed 30 70 Oats mixed. P0HK-Mes- 3... I.AItU Meam IORACCO CommoD Medium Lear t'ood Lugs.... , 7 10 CI 11 235i Lf 223 a73 350 & 00 IM 4 8 30 In tho monkeys' cage at one of the publlo resorts In this city is a very large and somo nu1nag1.11 preneusue monKcy. Owing to bis ago ho is somewhat given to staidness, and, where younger monkeys are wout to prance about and cut up antics, he often retires into a comer to deeply ponder over somo abstract problem in monkey philosn R r& ophy. Some time ago he contracted a skin disease, the ravages of which have sadly disfigured his countenance. As it caused him little or no pam he paid little attention to it. The younger monkeys in tho cago have guyed him occasionally, but he was in blissful ignorance of tho cause of their To begia Its. Ist-- ln EIgM ChapJert tlliritrated. jibes. For tho last few days there havo been neveral broken bits of" looking-glas- s in the cage, with which tho younger monkeys have been amusing- themselves The old monkey at last had his curiosity A Tale of tto Pwnsjlvania Mint. aroused, and he slipped down, took a pieco of tho glass away from a binailer monkey, and then climbed onto a perch in order to Two ftlillions of People Will Read It. investigate with becoming dignity F.m uo cr.ucaiiy examined tho back of the glass The Companion la published weekly. Price, $1.75 a Year. with a very knowing look on his disfigured face. Then ho turned it over. Thn moment Specimen cop'es free. Please mention this paper. he saw t he reflection of his own countenance he came near fallingofT backward from tho Address PERRY MASON & CO., 43 Temple Place, Boston, Ha$t perch, while an expression of horror overspread his face. For a moment he was btunneiL Then ne pulled his chin whiskers meditatively, nnd fiually screwed up enough AGENTS WANTED VJXi'JiVSLV1, I Not a particle palu courage tn look in the glas3 TbUIwI again. It con. Par when cured. Hand'oraebook firmed all his first suspicions. With n Tlilic. HimkIv Mithna. etc. V.HJ.JIO. JII. I. J WE.nUBKBI.MnM fcentbymsil tor SI. howl, he threw the glass from him and I'KEE. K. ROMS JLJ Lere and raro APMV lear r8r. eitnacions went raving about the cage. All the littlo -- nod I C..T01UO, OUIO. furnished, write Valijctisx Ueos Janeiillle. Wis. monkeys were aud kept out L--, of the old man's way. After awhile he got on James ItlTer. Va, In Claremont WE WAFiT YOU! n. . It. iw.rv I rolonr Illuitrated Circular Free. another piece of glass, inspected his disfigiuuui.. fJjU7'4,I;.n,0it'anJexine. or a S KEllllV J. f. MAAC11A, Claremont, Va. ured countenance, W.WW.KIW. un sales and vainly tried to rub status. .Terr one burs. Outfit ana rnli!arsFri TVIcs,BarjEsandWavessenta O. D anr away tho wlnto spots. Failing in this, bo CO HOSTOH. r where wliolesaleaail gave up In despair and again took to ravHA B. u Strehl Co, in retail Rellablo SAT.'PsrvrF'V tn ing, llo has refused to oat sinco ho mado TraTel aud aell to we trade TO 8 A IJAV. Samples worth Si. 3 tho discovery, nnd will allow no one to look Vla,Bi-- . i,.ur.,: - n.,Mo. FltEh- - Llnesnotunderthelione'sfeeu Write ri.;i bim In tho face. His heart 6eems broksa. cv.uiKurciies, etc .uDcrai baiary . v BRiW5tE& hUQT Ralj. HUpjtXfjloHallj.aica. m a s "Wixn proper oaro and skill a woll selected 1114 A.K.K.-- E. flock of the c ouB.nfcsi STUDY. HfiSSC fonns. l'couias wiicn VkjriTi.No to advi:rtilr rir.up. ".o pay ono right kind of sheep can be mado hundred per cent on their cost u " tba . J'trtUrnrLt tilt j lalc lbt te, tliorouitblr taugbi Uj nan. every year. Y. iTvt. Pr. for the Youth's Companion I a L3D BROTHER." - the statement we make, that Is the Warner's SAFEhuman diseases." Is "most inVefIv remedy ever discovered for th createst number of luat'fleiL Iti not a remedy without a reputation. Its sales for the past year hive been greater than ever, and Uie advertising thereof less tha ever, showing iucontesttbly that tho merit of tho medicine has given it a permanent place and value. People have a dreadful fear of Bright's disease, but wo can tell them from our exigence that It Is the ordinary kidney disease that produces n pain that Is tlie tfrc tte-- t enemy o the Human nice: great and all powerful, because In nine cases out of ten. Its presence Is not suspected by either tho physician or Hit victim! The prudent man who finds himself yeir after year troubled with little euu acnes ami ailments in.u perplex nun. ought not to hesitate a moment as to tho real 01 nis disease. i ne mil givo nimseir tnorougli constitutional treatment with SAI FS Cure" and AFP s;iic-- ' h will ret a new lease of life and ItlStifV in his OWn etnerlpfirv no hunrlrmfs nt tl.r.'con.la havo done, that J3 per cent of human diseases aro really attributable to a deranged condition of tho kidneys, aud that they will disappear wheu those organs are restored to health. vi Kiunu.) ungiu. THESE ARE SCIENTIFIC FACTS : no secondary diseases dUappoar. rlFAflARrlFS ' M,,ny loop's suffer untold agonies all their lives with hekd-ichnununuiiLU 1 Tney try every remedy In vain, for they have not struck the cause, With some temperaments, kidney acid in the blool. In spltd of all that can be. doue, will irritato an t inliame the brain and produce Intends suffering. Those obstindo headaches which do not yield readily to local treatment, may be regarded quite certainly e. a-TSSW-JSLW are secondary to imperfect action of the kidneys and liver. The nat ural ctthartlc is bile, which is taken from the blood by the liver. If tho liver fails the bilo is not forthcoming Bnd the person gets Into a constipated habit This, eventually followed by piles, is almo-- t always an indication of I.vcr, auda breaking down of tho system. Itemore tho congestion, revive tiTe liver and restore the kidneys by tho tisoof and these constitutional SAFE con-.-estcd Theso distressing ailments, more common among one Class than the other, aro not original disorders, tint Cure." 'Warner's Cure," Cure" 1 ; &i to-da- y "Warner's 1 "amp.r'c iSK YOUR FRIENDS AND NEIGHBORS WHAT TREV THINK OF i CIl'.CU-I.A1L- S 0 orfelf-ilenial- ilADI Biii-MnM- rni P III f m. juw''ain0 M- horror-stricke- n WANTED t pr!ce-ltta Waba&-T,Cvilca- 1 arrHn-emcnM- . :."r" - $5 fctiori-ban- 1 Yard: World Cyclopedia (a srreaibook): Oonnebon (Medical) CQ.qnselor: Dors' Useful tattae Ft? Tears Oeiore the Mast: People History ofy<ed Ftates; UnlTersal History of all Katloas: POpular Any one book and paper, dhe y ear,atl post--i uiiDunif. rsprsiune q.ic.ruamn' Satisfaction Jinnan av 1SS7. money refunded. ij id suid Weekly, or Itcfq u.it.rJtnos'.MTOi Kwiesier. smna TVltksrat . A LIMITED OFFER. GREAT CHANGE! MM, sleaerllslaar ItUIA EHOT . for cTear' sulv "crlption XA, IDAHO, W AH BICT0Xaa4 sWC7lll9 Home. to tbe Weekly N. Y, Anrrlcus Kuralif fub'crlbed Rochester. ember, b Fre CtrtnuMsl Laaaa lor brNni tvllhout prcmiaia aad Law rrlr Eallrta4 La4t ta December. laSii. anil Januarr. 1S?7 tne Cneaptst rtbers Fstelle Cmatry. THt BIST H pages, iiicol-nrato and Pet Weeklr tn the World 4 TIW 11 years old. For One Mollar you one BCM ACKICULTUKAL, OUAZIMO LANDS d choice from OTerJM different Dollar HAILKD TREE. SW PEN TO rTTXXBaV A44na Volumes, SO) to NO pp.. und paper one year, postpaid. Book postage, lie. Extra. hnjlO books cien way. Anions them are: Law Without Lawyers: Lust Cmb. X. P. B. IL, BT. ACL, KHOsT. Family Cyclopedia: Farm Cyclopedia: Farmers' and f tockbroeders' Gnlde: Common Sense la Poultry WARNER'S SAFE CURE." hha rrsBTTD wa IIIX IB IIV PakUUltl. ftR fantQ rys JJ tff Lm Cloth-Boun- be n. pscmci L? ctn-ulai- UVIsjIMCMHi-OLiL.KCir.UiiaM- KUKAliHO.Ull rrasalDsa, see a rear-: i TLS 1 - w " i 4 Ffi Li. iXuJSii. -t-J, V MOKMONISM CRUMBLING. as j witlt ! e i r was tw " sveu. p ,. And snow" Make com some pnnies 3r G r.i vea cotfiity, v of Fulton, and it TW? nrrnetoil li f!itv RoV-- lirtzeniliiin and "others, tuij; the occMirrciicc a shooting 1 .r k lri - -- X 1 ono W. U. Kitts, Anil laughter J BURi whc..1Miiion a warrant was obtained .e UlMIlll- :!,a .....I v. fArMu vntiiiL":nst toKitts- for shooting witli kill, and ono against with tho liopublu . The Uov-,'te.- .t, one lum-- k" s su"1 Urlssom for carrying eminent now eolli-.-i.V. elation of History to Geography ilolh.rs a war moiv! :oneealed weupons. Mr. Henry church, owning a large amount of supply the city. Taking tho two died million Hughe- well known editor of real estate and rcbiding in this sensations in connection, the pubthe than id needed lor the lipense.M IOWTO SAVE tfONEY.' filter Writing Jennie Thomas. "miinMiuii; city, suddenly went west on atrip lic will patiently await further deail tlio Uejiaruiieiils' "u " ot juiiiiin Superintendent Den mnn'te Numbers i .n.iir, mtiwst'rt the F.1..0.1 to the coast. Spring and snmmei velopments. :un! iiiae.liinerv of (Jo riniiii'i.t. Kewarilw as Incentives to Study Scho-We are Whole&l Headquarter lor aJ 0)D Jooeto "Hirers in that they had otTerei. to passed but Bishop Herrick still grade of ami vet Congress refines amii The Carlisle County Educa- J. Orthography Ella Rlngwood. with theaeeused parties tarried, and as ho had four wives, eveiironaidera lull to lesMMi the ''""' -" Association resohed with Spiancliolog- y- F P'.Joiich We invite the attention IWIiWWW iUU Wl.OltW the public to a careful inspeciion ofour ,lic Mini " -- H0 iMoreuiion it began to be suspected that, not tionalone MMIIIIU Wl4llC tuves- - There i not a meml.er of opposing vote, to "enter fielatio" of Common to High School J and will job to dealers only at Factory Stoelc of l'allaiul Winter of onl.v tll I'nltoii Uoomerang comes to liming "the fear of the Loid" beDry Goods, Clothihg, Hoots. Shoes, Ac 'Wa (JmiL'ress who does not know that politics,' and thereupon recom- 0 Tuvlor prices; al;.o the fell coniident in stating that it is by far the prettiest and bust 3eUU tin. niPKiMit inriff svstem of tava '"' defense of the otlieers. and fore him, and greatly dreading the mended Prof. II. K. Taylor to the Tfai'li'"' Color Annie Decilfoihil Swsrior Stolsa S&nfi we ever had, with prices as low a'. "the same cla.--s of Annua' Motion of the Earth S. L. tioii briiiGTH into tho treasury each .isncrti'd upon tho authority ot United States marshal, he had ta- Democracy as a suitable candimillion dollar sam oihcers that they had never ken lo the "underground " Re- date for Superintendent of Public R111 iliac. the bet in the i.iarket. W also keep year one hundred J M Public a.'WJ.y Objrct constantly on hand a choice selection more money than is needed, and offered to compromise the affair cently tho bishop returned to Og Instruction. They made no other Spellingof Keform School Ham.izrKing TBSISSJsnTJlSCSSrsSSISJEWaEl W. T of Family (irorerie, Confectioneries and for money, &. den, ami at once made prepara recommendations. H. Friiits, which we will sell very low for .iel in the face of this fact, a maHow to Increase School Attendance Are we to unMr. in his own defense, tions for the removal of his legal jority of the people's representf Smith the cah. I'lee call and cee us. ami in vindication of truth, prints wife and his household goods to derstand that all ; the othei offices (ireciu Education S L. iMbell. atives refuse to lessen thetaxes. --lU. Asor, that the are FIHIUA & KcBOW. Of course, if this one bundled; the following statements from, J. California. A very short sojourn sociation is simply a Tailored The last meeting was success-Ail- , can he sold in any market. Our Stock ol Ladies and IWisses Cloak million dollars excessive taxation K. Crutehtieldund Mr. P. S.Thrtt. in Ogden sufficed to complete his Democracy, gotten up specially and eeiy teacher present felt is tuktfii off, the tariff rate of yn. as eidence that said oflicerffjlid arrangements, and he has now de- for the occasion to scratch a fa- Uiat our great and good profes-ru- i Saddlery aijd Harness Jackets ami Short raps, is of the best class of GOODS, made in Us trrfi',i must be taken otf of some- offer to compromise with tluoac parted for his now home, leaving vorite's back ? latest Persian style. Also some hand.vonie new Markets. As we sold is beginning to receive tho thing, ur reduced on something, cased offenders: and M rtHSf.Yge behind him gnition it deserves. The teach- out clean, lat winter, the Stock now is all new, ami prices remarkably Cnh Chris. Holt. Wi nmri.in.oa these ;afer..' ZL J and hence such interests are p thauk thegootl people & FARRIS, low. Remember we will sell as low as any house. vmeut that the- - rfnMs ' ot for whom, against any effort' to reduce" and extond to PLUpER however he has Jr-- is auTItT Hickinan bov, aim Z. been .1. ...ill .lilll.t.il i .ill .1 iiAiihii for fear his or their special inter- the.se gentlemen has uovernot be, uly provided. Jhose roilll.lllienM, bv mauv oh, ri.ailleilt. invitation to be present at our Jackson St., njipntite Courier Office called in question, and will ests ay be hit. The Louisiauiuu church profess to believe that ers, ami to a man these old resi - - - AT. HICK MAS, next meeting. wants the war tariff kept up on and further that, their statements Herrick will return to his old can be verified by a dozen other dealers are lor their boluud sugar. b'U is willing to reduce the Sam'l L. Ishkll, WELL selected stock of Saddles and home when things are more set- companion. His ability is cqtal tax Jin whisky and tobacco. So good citizens: Ch'n Coin. Humes. Nrw ifur' made to order. tled; but the facts have become to that of any present candidate Tlii is i) certify thit J. P. Morris told Prompt attention given to with iron, wool, and other protectpropme it would be be""t for Mr. Kitts to py known that he had left his Tiik Government has ed interests. Therefore, it ap- Mr- 15rizcmline 5150, and compromise. I erty in the hands of an agent, to for the position, and his experiK B I' A I U I 9f G pears that the people must keep ' to'd him it w."n a Siai ofleiiw; and I did be disposed of; that a sale of ono ence largo in State affairs, lie proclaimed theanti rent campaign of any kind. He has secured the services on paying one hundred million nnt sfle how ihey cou'd compromise. He city lot has recently betn effected sides, if "soldier record" is to in Ireland and arrests of promi- of that wc'l known anJ excellent workdollars each a ear more than is ' (taid they would keep the pntiei from ap and that the gentleman has be havo any influence in tho selec- nent men are being made on ev- man, L'ncle I'ol farriss, which of 'f is to ery hand. The Irish leudors are a guarantee of good and faithful work, necessary or needed, for fear one jwnring before the Grand Jury for that come the owner of an estato in tion, "our Chris.'' always was might I or more of these protected inter Amount. but told him they him I and Southern California. There is no the front and in tho thickest of leliiint and apparently court aj.rit xoxhaJ who informei might not; and punishment. ests may not make as much nioticy no minority to compromise Tor Kitts, but doubt that Bishop Herrick has the fray. ns thoy have heretofore been mak- would ee Ktt and write liini. lie permanently left Utah and the The man who walked across WILIS URN'S ing. If the present system is ' then gae me lm nm ns J. P Morris, church, and that if 11113 deception the Missiasippi and one mile up Tiik President htis appointed or the kept up the millions of dollars and slid direct o him or do. Marshal Preston H. Leslie, has been practiced the church is the Ohio in his water shoes, atDEAL K i: IX- " that will be accumulated in the Fulton, Kv , either would CitrrcitviELn. the obiect of it. Hishon llerriik tempted this week to walk Irom d" Glascuw, to be Governor of BAKERY JUS J. K National treasury will be fabu York, 5ouTana. Tho appoiutireut is an fel-- ' tho Hartholdi Statue, New was well liked by his Gentile ( Lad, de excellent one. nonet This looks likea proposition had s lous: ami what then is to be a and their . 't.: . vai Hi'i'uiiiiiinuoii ; l7 bit'TTniado for a compromise mg confidence; ho is possessed more to a certain point in the ocean and l...:.... :i. KY wiui iiiin filled. The "water shoes" are a man of HICK MAX. can but lead to gigantic appropri- some 'tjh. 13ut read tne ioiiow-in- than nverajjo ability, shrewd and ' made with 62 inch soles, and it is Gr.x. V. T. SlllJRMAN has tak-bI have the he- Uaker, and make Itotter from Mr. Tartt: ations and extravagancies; and Gen. (larger loaves. whiter and swee'er ltrcad, in his dealings. It was claimed that these soles will bear mi the lilacs oeciiied is honorable Ky., Dec 13th, 1SS6 this means immense corruptions. Wixoo. a daughter of liihhop Herrick's one's weight on water and enable Grant as the dinner party hern of than anv UaUerT in the citv. Freh ' to certify that wjmedajsago I walked in IceA1m Hread on hand all ihe time found Mr Mor- whom. members of his own church him to walk on water a.i well as .the country, A UNIVERSALLANGUAGZ. my office afier supper, and sitting by the endeavored to cream. Lemonade, and a choice lol of Con(Clinton S'reet, Corman . Cos old Stand ) .on laud, if he learns the right stepi nUV m, ns, of Fu'ton. and fectioneries Cream Hrcad Jt WjIbnrnV. here hat will they do Col. Hon Ingkhsoli. has be-b- (.ii. roe a tall. W H.L WILhL'KN. niitituk: the plan lorn 'uni fire Mr MorrU said he had come up lie COMPROMISE WITH .Tl'DGE POVEItS Did motion. lui- to mimiromifse anhooiMK atlair wliica too soon that Presi- the failure in .Sew lorl is miii in commercial language" origi- oaid ' next. au"lS- versal W. II. Kitts, of, ill order that the judge's Chirac- - .in"rii,t, hd dent Cleveland will not Biicoeod Cd U) l.i.rl, W1IK1S. nated about live years aro by .1.:. n'nro.occurred between .,..,......, -- n,l Mirsh.il Hrizenlme. Ot TUl ter ...il.. be l.l....l-...- l but the FulttMi ('ircnit Court. V5 Ilerr Schleyer, of Switzerland. by Juue plan a writis-sue"ie Capt. Stone has had passed a himself. reacted upon the head of one nepiiiN to be meeting with "-- . arrest oi said le Alice M. Howe and Tlio. J. Howe, bill for the relief of II. C. Wilkey, jority empower i of their witnesses, who was conSenator Jones, of Florida, deon favor than has beet ns matter be victed of perjurv, and is nowserv- - late postmaster at Columbus. nies that he gives his senatorial lVtition, Bx rrt-- . rher projecUoi Mr, Briz. iug out a five year's sentence The During Mr. Wilkev's term somo pay to the poor, but he ought to. To all triom if tnaij cone rn : he il lton informed lady has since been happily mar- - one broke Into the iost office. (hnt on the loili day of December, l.vrt. confer which was also a jewelry store. the ahoy styleil petitioners filed in ihe! hsi to. ried to a Gentile. in Salt Lake nd stole $:I07 of ovoriinien: Circuit Clerk olSce of this county, their Another Bishop 1 have secure 1. nermanentlr one. itinK' petition praying thtU the an! Alice M.j nuke rooiing and tinning a lT"-tCity, John Sharjie, who is also su- - funds, besides, a lot ot watrh.-il sole, wilh pow llowe he niljndsed len ... perintendent of the Utah Central ami clocks belonging to Mr. Wi! Moto 1 will not be under cr to U'e-- , enjoy, sell and couvty (or her tain. .,.1 railway, declined about a year ago Tho bill refunds the amount nun benrfit, any properly se m.y own P1Mr to "lie his religion" on the occa- - stolen, which Mr. Wilkey made :oo: or nci'iire free from the claim or claim ' ,t J Ml .. tita ...... sion of his having to idoad to an r.'od to tho government at tincv ui 1... l.iidKful in mute rnnlrni-y ur n an J he sued, to plead and le implealel, T wai x.muuau oiiiiKi.uu. roa. tj.e iiiiiicimeni cnarging niiiawiiu 5u?r. to acquire, to hold lo etij iy. to lfpo-- e of mltv , ' said Mr. .jem hobitation. ol Mr. Wilson, properly, an in eery way to e the JLV vMATfll 1 it Sharpe, "and I promise to obey Graves county, won the reput... eame bh thoucli he were nn unmarried tiTJ Slln I IT: woman. Cien nn ler my han ms ( lerk '". the law m future and to urge oth .;.... I" ."K :....'. i. i.... ....!!. .:.. r.r i. R V" Whereupon """ Fulton Circuit Court, ih.s the 15th day f . to. till en ilieriffin the State, :iml now l)a- Uecetnber, 18StJ. . oops 'iHrorHjtfffjw yonnu poop! own nt conniv, none i..i. ies3 consenting to of uei the bond.' wi a ii tne systenii make ir.cns let A has n von rheuiuatisi Mr. the Klienfi;ili nui'Jraiii 5 i ,r... nese,. ,. IIHilll. fV,...!. .,.,. .INtn ,. ra w mrv m 11 i H F CLiJ & : 1 C ii' -.. rrtt i ' II k Ml Ill I.IMVI'S. ii .ii ri rit l"Vr kj "ffj 4iliiw- - ;i xir G&S, ts -"life r : INrtfto.!!!?? af.li la 11i M F w- r r.rh . J iUlll "'el liinliiiMi ,.C Vk. ....., "t a ' . i JL ".T h 2 Taken up" ai a Nlray ivtr,Z- . ... ...,..." ...... " VTJ- -J' -oiierui irom aiiouier conniv. HicL milei S$.Z:sj lll,- W.-- J. ."7..-- W.VJty SImw, I'lTinf: sixDresden Knuihe.-ii'-i inof Fult-- n :.. !5n nt .. , r.m I, Wc trust wo do imt lick n man, near ihe .i..-kh of des- fUSTOPKNIil) with new STOTK, Uonirress has missed a lull ex county, Ky., one red Steer, with some t into tho .tf cratiUWe for tbjj ILItJlS re.Honabie Patroieise k tending the free delivery of in.nl bite in hi face, aim some hiie Kpni en ilins ,v of "tho cluiVc?.. respectively, are matter by to all citie of Tho most vvotidorfiil Paln-Cur- er l Ins body, about :l years old, marked with carriers c "wClllfri iniltmr. tmin i .1 I.. .nt..i l.li ..... 1(1,000 iho world lias ever crop otf lie right, and swallow fork in inhabitants or to all Mich y iniinent among known. Your money will left ear, and Bppraii-'- by Ueo. Shaw, nt octSO-lBrevplaces as produce a r P bo returned if not i.tmd the value of ixieen ilolUr. Wiinen ruv I n I'm ther re-- ' TUE MORE INTELLIGENT MORMONS enue of $10,000. It ' hand, ihi- - Otli day of November, 1SSI anu".-- , as represented. A gentleman who lias jiasscd quired that these cities s'uill Inn e J W. MAr.5, J P. F.C. Snitei three years in Utah exjiresses liis good sidewalks and the houses1 declT r-Wh? Paducih and Flunk-- Children Cry for Pitchers' view of the existing situation as numbered. tho "'ill- r? fort nre the only Kentucky cities, Castoria. WOnX CATTLE FOR SALE. graspi";.,,,. follows: "Poligamy is the least of affected by where a j MAN'UFACpi the new law. the evils which the government n- - oi tit notl,t,,w off John, with I Invc five yo'-tof KINK WOUK CAT-- ) : v. fr5??pr.. vBtrtfr; Heard for .', has to contend with in its strug" Good evenin' I TLK for Mile. They are in fine jdi'.t, and Josh Billings remarks: hen she start Unlue gle with Monnouisin. No endow several years uv reflection, "After tIVTr'Sncht hi without for Im'smg. Alro, two Log well tniim-I havej teery thimiO to be ment-hous- e I W.ijjonn with cliuitir. - rtlles.in Sontffr know," am ceremony of marriage ' come .ieessanlciiTnv places, S'iit TS3 the konklii.ion fAAsT, J U fnlnroil man .. fHCd. tO MH? their nC is lie knew of '. iij a complete without tiio takinir the1 three to the diflicult thingsthat life in most thed00r Arlington, Ky. novl9 "Nevermind, don't" in "esis war is about to brmk""oil,l.n oath to obey after Carrvinr an armful of aro urged to go to Arkansiiia wa.ssamgto hei wr nnd even larger priesthood in all things, religious are: 1. up wif i yeu, vnem loose if live eels a steep hill witluiitvj nM anil secular. The oath pledges! which they are told is a ltepubli-- , Ii lnviif ior 'Itciit, J$ crq spilin' an eel. o . At kin as a ay is to be had. t r liin can State, where those who take ft i i ni'ii Ihm .p fields are , i i' i si .1. ii iiiui ...:.i in Mo.. 100 Acrri IiinKOO Jamc Iaou, ill . ti UnitedStatos government as their.; ng mad. 3.uoji n"ni a wuiiom kcim lenced in tor every immigrant and liotd fences. Will furnish rentrj in each newspaper: Kditm TIIE G OK ILL A enemy. Ihe cl naxof trea-- ' t worst the accompanying" mules grow proers 4 cows and calve to milk if good care "d the last is harder that .i.1 . c fusely in fence corners like jimp-so- n own I1UUIU Dl'Clll t m taken of hem. Xa Terms j.1 jer acre. lU i... U i. UJUII lltl s" J Deduct ions made for lo hv overllow. Aj weeds. The Louisville Times turned out to he a crazy ne- reached by these bigoted law- Arkansas, 01 ALEX. A. FAitls, ply to thinks that as a sucker the SouthCol. G. A. C. Holt, of Callo-en- t gro DRESSED IN COW HIDES. breakers, hence, while the pres-- J Hickman, Ky. law may bo snflicient to way county, being questioned by ern darkey is eonsjiiciously and H.J. Dkai., Charleston, Mo. or s eventually put an end to polyga- the Padueah News as to his brilliantly a perennial success. dso3-4New ork Mnr. Tesa practices, something of a tion in the contest for nomination The residents of Eiverhend, L. more radical nature is hoped for! For Ladies Misses and Chilbv the I., have been in a state of excite- by the loyal people of this terri- as candidate for Governorreplied: dren Cloaks, go to Plaut's, they Democratic convention, Florida, 25cts Lower than the Lowest re overstocked and will give you ment during the past week over tory to effectually divorce church "No, am not an announced the report that a large gorilla was and State, even if it go to the no store reii l have no clerk exponas? big bargains. candidate, but I believe I am ready and pay cash for all my Groceries, and sporting in the woods a few miles Utah by a com- to say I will be. and as to this, of DEAX.EB I IN" ND TII- Kberefore can sell as cheap as the cheap from the ullage. Gunners were mission.governing HOW Til BY (JET HOME. what I do 1 will do quickly." it. llest brands of Wittenberg and Lon chased out of the woods, leaving Ktw York Str. t ar Flour, '2o cents cheaper than the low I heir guns and birds behind them e ALL the Irish members of JOHN WITTING. Will you please slate the ' Bimhci, Miss Fifty Chinamen going home to in order to escapo the clutches of of the man who own the fastest linillCIlt, who favor the "plan of see their parents and spend the the ugly monster. The gorilla in toe United Stale, the name New War holidays, will droi out was said to be the size ot a man, of the horse, and the sum the latter is s campaign," expect to be arrested, they will continue the course IL A. & R- - T. TYLER of the United S'aes at sunset to-- ! and kejt in ambush until his prey -- OF ALer.-l- W w,'!ch. !e1 t0 lh nrreatrn?r DilI" oay aim sail urn way round the catne along. .During the night. the record, the fas-- ! ATTORNEYS AT LAW, AND mM "B"UI!lU.-- . J llU K"W caiuiiiii uey see the sun rise belated people on the highways tn.tnll.rr.niul tlinrmiirlil.riwl nnw.""" 'VJ8 bc-u- ,u PATENT No can see over Shanghai. They will be fro-- j were brushed against by tho inon- - in the United States isTen Uroeck,1 P'1 HICK MAX, - - - KEX TUCK Y zen in line Aiiantio toasted m the 8ter, and greatly terrorized farm- - owned bj F. F. Harper, Midway, its ending. attend to all business enlrustetl Red Sea, roasted in uiu liituan, p,s were roibei nf the r tnmins. Ky. It would require an auction , Capt. Jack Gijoss has with WILL cure. JryWlfcll F Hini Ocean and perhaps blown up by a cabbage and other products, until sale to determine what ho is worth. drawn his resignation and will MEDICINES Oriicc Furniture Factory. TAKE TI I- Evolcano while sailing through the finally they decided to stop it. By private transaction it would continue to make the best United nov8.'78 Indian Archipelago. In forty-eig- Parties were organized and search- take, they say, a little fortune to States Marshal that ever served LT ril days they will be hanging by ed the woods with guns, clubs, buy him between $50,000 and' jn Kentucky. ., (J, & OU JL. JL. rV3srx their heels from the opposite aide pitch-forkTAVUjUUl, OUJIU3f. uuuuciand many oth-- r weaDouglas. of the earth. ciiA3. Kour.uT notions. Journal. pons, but without avail. THE TUB FACTS. A third party went out, and afTOILET KRTICLES rpm N' DOUGLAS BROS.. The Democrats who Toted to consider the ter enough powder A State convention of Kento start a question of t.irm reduction in (Vinrrpu Auditor Hewitt says of the optucky Prohibitionists has been sp e GUOCERY, Saturday can afford to stand on the issue. young magazine was quickly was5:c., &o,, &Q. called for March 3, 1SS7, when a eration of the new revenue law &c, &c, &c. ted, the monster was surrounded BAKERY, Paducah News. "it will place the treasury in full State ticket will bo nominated that KE3TAURAN nldret-The members of Congress who while in hidiuir and sent reelinc It is generally understood that; ''"proved condition. Our Call on nearest Ticket Aent, or ,e Krounrt flom Jl ulw on the i ou l W. W. KNOX, Ticket ARt. 3SG4L.S AT ALL IIOUKS. CSfPrescriptions filled at any hour ol tho day or night, Iiiog otibt bell sfktr 10 voted for the reduction can afford . .. ... r i t Labor party will aIo nominate scnooi nimi win tie enlarged, teach-- a T. A. W. L. DAN LEY, G. P. o'clock, p. ir. on the issue, and so can iicau wan aciuu. in an instant theticket, with George II. Thobe,'crs. w,n bo l)iU(l promptly and or to stand "Will keejiiv general asportment of FamNnufcvilNi, Tenn. ily Grocerie", Confectioneries, &c, and the Democratic President who did the whole party fell upon the pros- made famouB by his contest with claimants need no longer be baker. Qood.keep enijiloyed a first-clhis whole duty in recommending trate form of the ''monster" and Carlisle, at the head of Pel," l? warti on the State for amid the kicks and blows cries for all fresh and new, anil will not be under and urging a reduction; but, how ".-iuura. improbable sold. junc lo It was then it. It is not will rponivn that these- win ui" once iiioru on a ensn tool-ci will it be with the Democratic, par- mercy were heard. frnm 30twn ticket r ty as a party when it again comes discovered that the cajitive was a 000 to 50.000 votes, a largo major- - luS' Iu doing so taxation will bo before the people confessing that coal black negro, named, "Sam" ity of which will come from 'the ,more fquitalily distributed. A it does not possess the ability to Youngs, who lives as a hermit in Democratic party. ,:irS class of property, which bo- Fulton circuit Court. pass a bill reducing taxes in a the woods. He. had made skinforo escaped taxation, will be &L .3&.jirfflH Aflr FortTJer, . ' tight suit out of some cowhide and Jennie L. Haynes "J In ta experience House in which it has 43 majority? UNION ITY, TENN,, H0SG0W,:KY Tiik eTeat FSnsrliRli scandal Knit. brought to light and made to con- In Equity. propirauon ci mora and attached a cow's tail behind. than One Hundred rd)itto its quoto of taxes. The A. A. Haynes, Petition J between Colin Campbell and wife, Tbonaind apptlcatloDi for patenla In The Senate, by n vote of 30 to Manufactures and keeps constantly on hand, n full supply of Ihe United Slatri and Ipreij-lina boon flAPirieil. thn inrr ......... burden Will IK) lunger fall Oil the' To all whom it may concern: Beit known ...,W ....... ........, ...WJ...J nffirm. tne pnblihere of the bcieDtiQe 22 passed the bill to repeal the Col. Chevrs, the temperance mgtiiat neitner was guilty. Jn agricultural class and small propMlicttore American contmae to act ai Ihat on the Glh day of December, 1886, for patenta. cateata, Tetmre-of-ofJIc- e Act, and the lecturer of Kentucky, and Mr. other words that each had trump-pe- d erty holdeis. At the same time the above styled petitioners filed in the COFFINS, METALLIC, ROSEWOOD AND WALNUT BURIAL CASES. etc.. for the United States, and In Canada. England, county, Iheir concurring, as it will, there Beauchamp, of Atlanta, took part the rate of taxation is reduced.' to cbiam patenta other coantnea Their nnjar- e- Circuit Clerk's office of thiseaM all false charges against the othinequaled and their fae.litWt ar petition pray inc that the Jennie L. Order by telegraph or telephone will receive prompt attention. from the statutes one in the local option election in er. Last year it was 52i cents ; this A full line of Ladies' and Gent' Burial Robeson hand. Picture Frames mida ti Haynes be adjudged a femme tolt, with P,UrawnK and specification! prepared and filed year it is 51 cents, ami for 1S87 it in the I'atent OOce on .hort nolle. Terms .of the days when. Greenville, Ala., last Monday. power to use, enjoy, sell and convey for order. Old Furniture made new. We manufacture Cannon's Pile Ointment, LiBimes modela No charge f or eiamination of high, and whisky won. Loarr her own benefit, any property she may and Chill Medicine. No cure no pay. We expect to handle Furniture, Buggies, &., Adjice by mail free ur drawinr TnE wholesale dealers who are will be 47 cents, and a further re1 wOKioui ni ., ...K Patents ol.ta ned rhronrh own or acquire free from the claim or oon, and will take orders for them now. inomliprfi nf the Kviintivn Pnm. duction can be recommended to inths SCIENTIFIC AMKUICAN.whlchha, obnti, , , u' ""' "l influent al junelS claims, of her husband, to make contract, the larrcst circulation and it the most the world. in rafun kWl,u ueaucnamji.a mittee of tho National Protective, tho uext legislature. neTpa:r of ita kind published ctery patentee sue and be sued, to plead and be implead7Q a , hniilii is The adVantagca of iueh a notice ff" uii iiinicieu Association of Liquor Dealers in " ed, to acquire, lo hold, lo enjoy, to dispose UnThiOa?fe etl a uistol and Kontucky, declared in favor of a McQuade, another member of! i.pob!!.KdvEEKI.Vat deeoted to sacn7ar.niu, of property, and in every way to use the i"ni8 gone back the best paper admitted to same as though she were an unmarried Eighteen Professors and Instructors.- Alder-o- f moderate license and tho closing the New ork bribe-takinmechanics. Intention. enBineennc workt and -woman. Given under my hand as Clerk Agricultural and Mechanical, Scientific, Engineering.CUsslcal, Kwiii Stltnl. other departroenta of Industrial progress, euress. anu or the saloons on Sunday. When . men, has been sentenced' to 7 in any country. It contains the names Fulton Circuit Court, this the 7lh day of all patentee, and title of eetry Inrention patented Military Tactics, Commercial and Preparatory Coirsas if SMr. the retail dealers are heard from .years in the penitentiary, and 5, each week. Try it four months for one dollar. December, 188u. ( Got. . Sold by all newtdealers. FRENCH, COUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED FREE OF TUITION. fine. The jury was only out on tuts latter point, tuero win 000 T. M. Ttrlhnnua If yon bave an intention to patent writ M Co.. publishers Mnnn Fall term begin Sept. 8th, 1886. Clerk Fulton Circuit Court. LsjSjiirqnrned to doubtless be some lively music in 20 ininnteB. More of the squad itl Brnadway. R York of Scientille Aiieneaa. For CntalogBti jad other Informalloe Address JAMES K. PATTERSOX. Ph. D.. Lax1LBBMMM deolTj Utndbook 30ut yttsaU taailtd free. will go the sauie way. association. the ilelgh-be- l The j t "SjfitMMirred lutweou .Mjirlial l. ilo- - J Alio''"0 -- - s AS- - EICKMAN MARBLE WORK S apparent earnestness tne SOCIATION. HICKMAN, KY. discovery of a lodo of rich gold uig BISHOP HKHRICK "FOLDS tP?ng to the expected bad nearing quartz on me mrm 01 .Air. Weati,..!- mitl consenurnt tmpuss- TENT." t J. L. Knpertus, on Clark's rivor, DEALKB IN about S miles from Padueah. Thev Nbilitv of tho roads the C. E. A. .Sy, . ... . . II THE PRESIDENT AND VICE PKESI "j were brought )0"o nmu Italian and American Marblb in an augur with ,U Pr0l,su ' ",ul DENT FLY. ...... i.:.. Use necond Saturday in March. iPi.ii. ,. . .. ......... ,.u w.' M0NUMCNT8, TOMB AND GRAVE sunk, at a depth ol some SO leet. Xlte uncertainty in regard to the STONES. Ogden, Utah, Dec. 19. The Specimens were sent to Dr. Tan 'Hteiidiiuce necessitated the of the following rather fine lot Utah problem appears to be slow ner, of Louisville, for assay, and kiijrtiiy prognnme: HAVING received aMarble, of am Italian goid, and ly approaching a solution, and the he pronounced it to be toward the tho quartz containing it to bo ery Teaching Politics in School J. C Ward. our work. allordere. Call and examine indications point Geography Pearl Iiealles. gradual collapse of the institution rich. The city of Padueah, has Eleineutary w- II- Cook rders from the country promptly DiccoTerie Sid. of polygamy. Last spring Lester also, entered into contract with Rniiration Jno. T. Saumlen. may -- G. Hprrick, a wealthy bishop in the parties to boro for natural gas to Object Leam Jsw Uiynirr. -' -- The Padueah News announces CQijvtY EDUCATIONAL - NEW PALL AND -- . ..-;- .!.. ..ii . . . prep-Natio- n - U- - 'k i'""". I Mill 1 EH iatlif Uda n - r'' i I Slu-rro- (ji-org- non-politic- -- ar-rary- . - - -- '. 1 I 1 J. AMBERG'S SONS. A i - i it-e- FARMERS' ST0H1 C. B. ar-tes- ts .!! KINGMAN, - i . CQ1SIK, J:i-k,) low-citizen- i y Hardware, Tinware, sips, faru lHPiJBiiLm &a -t i ' 1 I j N et I ; ' d lag Ere'w. ! . OO F 1 IT in?-n- s -- nt-mm- e i k-- - - ..-- . . C "" fl 1 u-- j; -- 1 I -- u?li I m . - i v. .nut - F T T -- - U - w. po-tohM- ce d M 1 HERTWECK. -- -- -jvj- . e J I j blood-curdlin- g A.!;.(l!iiinllwli 40-ac- re 1 1 ,. MISSISSIPPI. p o I- I P j jmsi-moil- Hickman, Kentucky. Groceries y, W. COWGILL, ox-te- nt Pal-nam- race-hors- e Winter Resorts val-.a- DRUGS, Trusses ' rh South! -- I BUI HIm Nk ts ! ht AS r,r -- s -- 5VQ3Tl'fe -- a. -- com-Speak- er i :t - J"t . . bE&mmm I KH conn-tnI :rade-roT- l, copr-rich- UNDERTAKERS, and ft TATE COLLEGE of KENTUCKY ". eiperi-enc- t.. ian 'nFo.-r,;n0il'- 1 1 I I 1 g pub-lisn- ed 0 M si .4" "JJ3?r &ty Jr. 'JS'rJrjL-T ffA1 " U r tm ' m. asrn m w . -- w .sr- .. siryi ssavr.isi I v rf 'Next August the question of a new constitution will be again :Don?i fail to set! the 'Ken-Tucs- 'submitted to the voters of this State, and with better chances tacky 'Blncks "at City hull of success than at any of the pre- day night. vioue elections at which this nues-Remember the poor in your tiou has been submitted. HereWill soon be here. In the mean-goodtofore all those not voting, sick, Christmas gifts ami festivities. GLORIOUS AXD EASY time you will want some MADE BIT ueau, or otherwise Lamps arid China against the proposition. counted , Wo are offering our entire stock This un-.Ten Sets that would he a nice lair, unequal at greatly reduced prices. and undemocratic AT-2' Christmas gift, at ) of A.T j s.vu.,y !"-- ; ambchg's Sons. manner willtesting the sense of theJ. ) people, to, a measurable dedec!7-2t- . in Drees Goods, Cloaks ami greo le obMsUtMl this time in the Wraps, Clothing, &i Now is No valuable package should fact that the Sheriff on the davof AGEXTS FOR THE FOLLOWING CWMlES- your time to buv. Call and see the ehction is reouired to mnkc a ngis-terfiever tie mailed unless it is T2ME us. An inspection will convince register of the qualified voters in A2TD Don't forget this. you that the cheapest place in each district. Therefore, those 810.00; PHCEXIX.of Hinfora. Conn ; L.VNCASIUIIE M;tnclie-le- Knglan.l; HARTTf P..i One of the furiosities oftlio from 50c town is at Hartfoni, Coun.; IN'SI'UAMCC COMPANY' OF NOIITII AMEHICA, &c, &c, hog line this season was two hogs voters to bo takeuin the count of 25.00; 1.50 Mr. John C. I Jo per, one with qualitied voters must go to the g Cloaks, of Ladies A SI) TUT. polls on election day ami register, H five feet and one with six toes. SI. 00; This list, toirether vvith tlio"nti!ili. Wool, from 20c . - . w cj MUTUAL BENEFIT LIFE OF NEW aRK J. FOR KENT. A good office, iien aoscniees who mav ue jreiaein-- , SL.00 Orrier, at Moore A. Lsmlnnu'd irug Store BfH.3l5G.lB from well lighted, and well plas beml by the Sheriff and entered Gents and Ladies fomy, tered. Apply to by him, will constitute the poll of 30c 87.00, all per K. Case. qualified voters of the Stale. This 20c; livery business man should ht, f the Sheriff's do thir duty,' ciikistmasmakklu.es. 35c: nso return request envelopes in WH necessarily throw out all the Countv i Cleik Taylor has 835.00; Ovorj gi5e 10c; Mens Suits, 83.00 oil his corresnomlence. If evcrv - i"le:i,V and a large number of; TraswftwiiAiai to mc marnaire license ....i. body used them the dead letter stragglers who cumber the Asses- parties: Coats, 2.00 to 25.00; liss s qualitied voters. The oflico would soon wind up its bus-is,,Dec. L5rd, A. 11. Milner to Miss proposition has heretofore carried iness. Mary A Keed. of Hosiery, Gloves, Yalises, Mucks, a majority of those votintr, and 22nd, W. A. Franklin to Dec. Kmo Tiros I. noils, lino P.lm.1 Caps, .Rues, Boots, Shoes, WfA ofilrinp all gra.le f I'ljin M. !. mi'l Fine RS, agTii5 r Miss Lena Ebeuhard. RilU-finn Wfjiiis.' lnnf mill aiirtrt' under this new law, the same numWe to CIivim. Kookors lain nnl i. ber voting 'for," will probably t Dee. 22ml, W. K. Patterson c t'p Tlrt", Kureuuscarrya t tu'l iutt-.i- t W al 12 Cue Silk Handkerchiefs, fine Lin- make a legal majority. W (Wool U 3.00; I'hainlH-- r Sfu, Mri'lrc-MO-- . St r'i. A 75c Mrs. Sallie Stowe. ....- en Handkerchiefs, plain and borIh tile hivrtt. Inlelliifnt invpoigntiou Jiajs, tl.it lf ntl juir'iJ'e our jru-v- to 1 Dec. 22nd, W. L. C.illett to Mi sold inveatigjtiou of our goods We artwe inriLA-voti dered, are now sold lower than Itou'l Ilxpcrlmt-itt- . SL LouisaWills. ever at You cannot a fibril to waste tiro in ex ouc; Dec. 20th, William Dav soiu ui&ctoe. we sen Many I presume, are in a quan-derarJ . Amiskrg's Sons. perimenting when jour lungs arc in dan- to Miss M. E. Liudsey. what to buy for their ger. lousumplioii always seems, at hrst, decl7-2t- . L2o, we sell for 1.00. only a cold. Do not permit any uealer to Dee. 23rd, M. I). Cornwell to where for i carrying ' IftrRt line of Wooilen and Metallic Burial Ca3P of anrfiim C . TllO Capital, Frankfort, has impose upon you with some cheap Inilta Miss M. A. Franklin. New Uiscovcrj-fo- r Tennes'f' or Kentucky. We discount all competition in this line, ltwpniiiit bought the Yeoman office, and lion of Dr. King's and Colds, but.be Cm- - mcluub i Dee. 22nd, J. L CravciiB to sure Job Work ."pecUltjr. un'Plu. Cons!; Miss G. A. Itouduraiit. that paper will hereafter be called von getthexeuuine. Decaums he can make STKrMKSS fc JIAXlTn 7 . . Capital-leomato No msutci Dec. 2."hd. Clias. A. McCann the Rooms under City Halt. " he may teUyou hehB8MIno liu'.') Miss Mina E. Henry. what they call it it will be a capl- - thing juntas good, or just the saine. hon't Dee. 22ud, W. C. Alford foMiss till paper SO long as Dr. Wood liaS.be deceived, but insist upon jetting Ur. which is guarau ' King's New Uiscovery. Ella Claik. command. teed to give relief in all Throat, Lung aij K. L. ALEXAN'DKli, II. BUCHANAN, V. Prest. Uee. 23rd, E. X. Wills to Mrs. R. T TYLEK, Prrst. They are overstocked at Chest ailectionn Trial bottles free at 0 ii or M. E. Poiter. Plaut'a with Cloaks and Wraps. A. llolcombe's Drug Store coLOKKi): Tou can pick your choice at cost. To all such I have only this to Hickman business circles have Call and see for yourself. Dec. 23rd, Kichard Amos, to Mi literally been booming over with say, if you wish to make an accep- Annie DcKow. "Kent tick v Blacks." Fun, fun. trmlrt this week. The mothers. table and useful present, one that IB I CUM AX. KY. . I 9 fun; don't fail to see them, they)Wves I sjSfers, daughters and cannot fail to be appreciated, just Mrs. Marv Yokelv tonk liei If) are just simply immense, and the sweethearts have all been around. call at M1JS. V, A KDNKK'S tin in ilii'kiiian. Moml.iN. Come running, ald j..i(i iu ,,eir iemands for holi- - STOKE, where von will find an lio'iit" liir r.ristnl, Ti'iin.. where hei music is superb. e vervbodv," for thev will positive day goods jml those of the male elegant line of S50,OX. Vokel, hue Mr. T M ly show on next Tuesday night. persnasioiK who have ecu coin entered ih dru luisinecs, and HOLIDAY GOODS, Now is your chance to get plaining of 'hard times ami no which cit they will make their Represents a line of the very bit Companies in the United States. money," have had to come to the .Mrs. V. is a loxinji something nice for a Christmas Being reptdnrly organized and ready for buinp", we respecfully elicit ikt- t?tfev; future home. (OF KICK AT COURT-HOUSEfor depnsitnrn Ajipnv.i present, which will be useful trout smilingly. And so we are of every variety. woman, and e ofdl. AllcoHlections made or tour inontiH, free of Iiige. Iht oiuij; ami lovsili iiueaunieu ai jiaper riiuning three Willi many thanks for past fa- - lostw ot Ketitueky Iriemlt wimi all happy and expecting good mid ornamental, at ICYaprO aunam. rate of er cent J. Amdekgs Sons. cheer ami a good time all around. vors, I solieit a inbneial share of her and hura abiiml.tnt prosperity. the tut tire. lecl7-2t- . So here's to you and yours, and a your pationage I merry Christmas week to one and .Mr. r.en Wilson Drmps Hie If n F1 J AS. CAMPBELL, .Mr. Hugh Saunders gracefulJDIK,EGai li. II. FRKHMAX, all. May those of you who liavr lii ! WtW eori:iKK this week a $7 bill ol Mh ly declines to become a candidate plenty, divide somewhat with you: Judge, I'nducah, Ky, It Gble poucy to HTnrrTjnu LKF.LD. Pulton, Ky. ClIAsfL'Jni. T TVI.F.U the dd Ci n'inental eurreiiey, is to represent Uallard and Carlisle less fortunate neighbors; and, to Ii M A.fclFi' tothetwo&V W.C. JOHNSON sued bv tin Congress of the Cui- iu the State Legislature. The those who have nothing, may the ieir fo'Iowviv, ted States Sept. U(. 177S. It has see good Lord prosper and iiapioe ;outmi:.aBflBBBBBBu.' id daey by pi6c . The sensational report that been handed down in the Wilson II ico in their condition. May those who has been circulating round about. family sinee the IJevolutionan net e - to the effect that a strange white war. and is known therefore to be ' will drink their Q1 Q1 T ess Kt tot touch it hurtfully onl woman with a bab said to be a geiiinu bill. Wondor if the Cm-tei ki ,l nH'Si' from a neighboring town, had ap- States TreaMiry would redeem Lvrvinorctuv liK(,i rW i til li.r T v U that plied for a night's lod n"" "-i f-' 'l "v-.r to ro i water as .1 it int fhc mc beverajre they will known colored citizen s house, .is cm Among the waifs from the reward in the r.on- - was entertained, u:nl the next da, in copartnership in Fulton county, All classes of Will practice ?JI u auL'20-O- appealed to the colored family burned steamer .1. litigation will receive prompt attention. to wreekofthc Iveiner free of lieadliko sutferings. adopt her child as their own, alleg- M. White was a little white child. DRUj ing that she was unable to pro- aged three years, who was saved you all. II F. Hawkins vide for it, appears to have only by a colored woman. lie was too W II. lM.m MEIt. V. W. It'UiKKTSl.S, c. ii. nouui.As. Hickman. Ky. MaDi' l lw foundation, ac- - omiir to tell his name, and when about thi.s in n m ' Ujmkui' Hat, . cordiiiir to the best information a 'asked whose chil he was the lit PLUMBER orwCave. Kv DOUGLAS, pLcfTntry; alco a bi o en- 0 badly afflicted, Courier can gain: tie fellow could only respond: lepnter jn'Orts :;ute nam A bout three wee since, a wo- - "Mamma's.'' Courier .Journal. 1X13. AKn SOW BRADY foB AM. r" as Ad.He. S??'',,n"9: you otM.owl tu HIPMENTS OR CONSIGNMENTS Notick.-A- re i.i,... .. .i... i i ii &. hi nni ii. '.....mrih.M.m.,,..-i..- . mi i the Kfdoon i I f so. ... irf2fcC..sssn of Country Produce that may tie ottered i ill fells - "' ... ' . a res nee- - i -- - m- - ...: o..i.. He m ft .list" Ifcd aii'l lilT cwBwin' lonsen Jtnn e ais me a armacK. lor lti meni or storage. TTghiecn pounds. sajp h,c ,',!ive,.v-- table colored mm, waP entertain. ' 1.. and on will nfepli Pla.ievfs he would have died, hat it not' ed as de.sciibed, ai.d afterwards 'eive mi f page, lf coJuiun W KEIC- L.ien fr die relief alio ileil by Electric paper fur three I ,ter V. DIESTI5DB11INK Sold at fifty cents a bottle by C. appealed to Warmack and wile to, t.Y Democratic Hay, Corn, Oat, ic, kopt a specially. adopt ami care for her child. mouths on trial. kjxtioicoa.ue, con.tant'v for hile RV claiming that she was ipntlde to' j'Uy2 schools at Has' The Sundav I'0sVriie college co mmittee, piopi rly eare for it. W.trmack Creek, and at St abb's shoo' fm'ited b. the City to and wife, who have uo children, TVTO space to name all articles, but no house, each, nre to have a clni.t 'ysisider :ind devise a St. nlan rero .. " ,:. . , consented to accept the gift of the uas tree, Friday night: and old jS trouble to slow poods, hick-trra cohege at fooM' O'lihii'.ig child. The woman then left, but, andome and see, at the corner of Troy n, tt.v.l eompelie.l to report on last Saturday returned, claini-'u- Santa Chilis is to make the chilad Moscow Avenue. East Hickmrn, Ky ilia', in their judgment, the cit that she heard the child was dren of these neighborhoods hapwme! suiueieiii oitblel enarier out uoi romer '.v, il t,v hick and needed her attention. SALE AND LIVERY STABLE Il.,i VILI I' tt. .. llllll llllllll lilfr..I lectinI'l no nitiM IIIC Iminls: l... II l.ll Llf Addie Davis, ihe mother, thought - A select niasoueiade ball for !i- V. . v nieii!irv' white in appearance, chums linit it ".... is .iujrs, xseiorc ucci limine the LciLti giv- IT IS THS SIMPLEST & uh p n o n,,..-..- . eh for the building ol a college, and her father was u white man and her New Vein's eve. at City Hall, . fill and varied reqmro a spec.a. mother a colored woman, and that en iiiuler the management of so IT IS THE STRONGEST i offer at very; KENTUCKY STREET, . "';: feiuiraiitee;anri THE MOST DURABLE UCL Ol lliu lii'l.Miiuiu-iiiiiomiii;ii she has been raised and associa- young ladies of Hickman, is aniow prices. constantly on hand for hii as the Legislature , does not meet ted altogether with colored peo-- I nounced. The programme is not AND THE BEST. .1. .mbekgs Sons. KEEPS sale - pie. ii win ue imuntil necemoer, She claims to be from Hol- jet announced. decl7-2t- . HORSES, RUOGIES and HACKS. t N the only SEWING MACHINK in the cvl Devon's old stand, has an endle.--s possible to make any progress be- - low Rock, Tenn., and that her if Having purchased the hi able, horser at new store, Fuqua a.i world that turns eh her forward or Miss Veuia Knight, who has Not because of summer or husband, the father of the child iu ooks and Fancy Statinnen , Pnpi t rit-- of all stvles and finifli, 1'mib, a,i and entire outfit of W. 15. I'lnmmer backwarl and rtfill continue to tre V(.ar 8,,rij,roiutuittee making tie spending f ed custom," but for want of print- - tmt we propose to coniinue the business, and Pencil?, Purt-iblio- s, tew in the name direction. Tl0 question, is a colored man by the been friends in several duys Jnp Tabktb, Albums Card Cases, Cards, Sx, ., the citv, returned era, and because of certain changes ' these investigations are warm iiiine of Jo. Davi, who worked in solicit patronage and Toys in 63 variety and improvements in the printing1 rrjemia nf the college enterprise, the country near Hickman, before to her home, Fulton, Ky., on ofliee building, wc shall not be ;,mi reRn?t u enminon with all the their separation, and that there is Wednesday last. FOR SALE. able to ib.sue the Courier next fI.iluis nf the work, that the nothing wrong about the circum'200,000 feet dry Cypres Building J. C. WKARV. ARPnt, Friday. On Friday, Jan. 7, 1SS7, charter does not confer adequate stances of her giving her child to A TIP FOR MK. WATTB USON. Hickman, Ky. and Fencing Limber. AUo, lOU.OOO au. 20 the Courier will promptly make power to ihsue such bonds as a family able and willing to care Krciii ilm All 'tit C ti.ltlntioii is Cypress Sliingle-.- . Mr. Watterson i.-- afraid the it appearance. would be beyond contingency of for it, further than here related. HON DURANTE DREWRY Democratic party will not care to marl! We now offer big bargains in doubt. This, of course, defers the C. TARTLOW. J. elect Mr. Cleveland again. Well, J. P. GKAY. Heady made Clothing, Hats, Caps, prospect for two years. At that Facilities, like railroads, don't Mr. Watterson needn't worry living, it A LECTURE TO YOUNG MEN Hootii, Shoes ami all lines of Fur- time, if the Courier is prosper, nor about this state of things. .Mr. will again bring the matter before always make towns a- s1? nishing Goods. your lllaeksmitliing and general n"T5 iccitanVJxB- does natural advantages, like riv- Cleveland will be renominated and And get the Loss of f public. ir Repairing done at J. Amrerg's Sons. the rTjjgyrr ers, &c. Such things only give reelected. decl7-2t- . : c& COS., the business men ol such comtnii-mtcUIon'N ArtucH Hnlvr. Has a splendid stock of the very best make of all kinds of llarrfvwre Cuta, TIi Flder R. S. Fleming, formerly Bruii-es- . Uest Salve in the world for Fever iiiities opportunities for prosperity. THE CASUALTIES OF WAR. ( Comer of Obwn and Exchange Streets, Sore?, Ulcers, A town may have all these helps,; trumu. riuU'lrliihU Tutir Lecture mi llieVntiro Trrnliiifiit "which arc offered at ONI PRIE, and that the very lowest the inarkt pastor of the Baptist church at Sore, Tener, Chapped alt Itheuni, Handa, Chilblains akir justifies. nnd Ilailleiil ur .f hii.! All goods guaranteed to be exactly as represented. KY. this place, now of Trenton, Tenn., Corns arid alt Skin Kniptions, and pod but if it don t sell good goods as If these relentless wars con - HICKMAN, , tin ..! I) ue, luu"jun-tjr- j , ,fiii4iin. Iiii't-i'li.it and is spending the holidays with his tively cures Piles or no pay required. It cheap as some competing point, ue all the standing armies of Eu- - Good Work at Price. Our liiHdini ut ;iu rII ; l'i iiMimitui, Kpilepty and Kite. Mental an I'liyairal Iimm, it, old congregation, friends and rela- iH guaranteed to five perfect satisfaction, or pay as full a price for produce, rope will die of old !1 ,rt moito. Ac U KOHKUTJ. Cl'LVKUVVKLL. SI. I. ficT.tlll.l. WORK a sptciattT-",tives, and is heartily welcomed. or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. &c, why the trade will go to the The author, iu this admirable For a!e by C. A. Holcombe JOHN F. GRAY & CO. I.rrture, clearly proves from Iiik own competing point. So, after all, He will preach at the Baptist n. V. A., that the awful rnen,nrnren of maj I mar2G-t- f the prosperity of a town depends church Sunday and Sunday night. effectually removed without daiigrrnim surgical rp eratiunii, bougio, iiintrunient. ringn or rurdiabt energy and Will meet iu robbery, and probably a very largely upon the Daptist pointiiii; out a mode ol cure at once certain and Sfotiee We Mi'iiu ii. foul Amurder was committed at enterprise of its the citizens. Let's church, bunday afternoon, at 3 lJ ,lilcb eterjVtillerr, no nintter what bin nothing in the way of a Woodland Mills, on Tuesday night think over this twice as wo read o'clock. All the members There is be, ma LOWER and LOWER. p. coudlt'"n radically. (cure himielf cheap)), priare ear vately a"'' "Wran or Cloak that we have not .. ;j - This LJnre trill prove'a boon to thouMmlt and person or it. After night some Ijjnestly requested to tie present, as ,ejU;uui uroceries aras. siuc In stock, and are closing them out last. 1 cf-IAS- . will not be thnntaui'- persons went to the residence of mere ta important i)usiness-rofFes- n Sent ntider teal. In a plain envelope, to any ttt cott. Hi) IHJ. JUll-on receipt of fjnr cent or two Vl llliiu. Mr. Rob Frost, (who keeps a drug utaersold There arc thirteen candidates coino before the Association. Ad.lreTlaut Bros. & Co. store.) and told him that Mr. An- for Couucilmeu only six to be All are invited, especially the postage 'lamp Till; 1'l'I.VKinVKM. JIEDHMI. ., The Mississippi River Com- - thony Flack, a farmer, who lives elected, and several wards yet to young men. 41 Sua t , New York, N Y. ; 1'ott Office flox, AM. di:ai.i:u Junelly recommend an appropri- - near Woodland Mills, had sent hear from. They i mission not running ALL LOVERS OF THE BEAUTIFUL A. A. Davis. Scc'y. " jTax Hiilc. ation of $257,750 for Hickman for some medicines, and wanted against each other, oh, no, but MioMUl pay MtlS. JOXES DRUGS. MI FAINTS ID ill' -harbor, and 01,750 for Columbus, him to go to the store and let them each want to get ther,e, just the Xor tlio Uiokmati Cocnirn. On Monday, Jan lOili, 1837, it being I from the present Congress. The have it. Mr. Frost left his resi- - same, Eli And there is a deal of County Court day I will expose for sale, IN MEMOPJAM probabilities are that Congress deuce to go with them to the store, energetic and earnest electioneerat public micl'on, to the highest bidder at 3ES "Si" will not grautit; and if it does,, and further than this his wife can ing going on, to we hear. And of Mrs. Mary Juilgt, Hickman, Ky A visit, where vou will find always on the Court houee door, in the town of o'clock, p. m., or thereawell assorted stock of Hickman, at hand, a larue and Sail y the newn uaftrd the Commission will not use it tell nothing about the auair it the wonder is what it's all for, and co up o v s t) t: .' -- ie CARhFut.1. bouts, for taxs due for the yeara 1885 tcB- PRESCR I P T 10 XS Hat?, llonneis, Laces, Flowers and Feath To lier IriPinU both fr auil near, was about 0 o'clock when Frost what it means. Let's have them hero, judging from the past. "She It dead!' true friend Mid muthtr. ers, and in fact, everything lo be found iu a and ltS6, one town lot in the lown of Who wu lorlng, kind aud dear. go stump the store Fulton, levied on as t lie properly of Great reductions in Men's left his dwelling to and to about 11 all on the on the to define their "She i dead," the wild iud uiurmur, FIRST CLASS H1LUHSRY SIORS, with the parties, great and mopositions Juraes E. I'ankey. I'.iJJers will be preOvercoatH and Suits, Ladies' And onr hratts are 0d and lune; pared to comply with the terms of law the Shall weleate hrr in the graveyard, Ordero promptly filled, and priced to suit provided for such alfs. fsid-well'- j Wraps, aud Men's and lioy's Hoots o'clock ho was found onand way-jsid- o mentous questions at issue. 'Whrre the wllluns nigh and liu.an? between his house store tbe times. winter goods. W. A. SHUCK, S. F. C. and all classes of No! behold an augul pointing insensible, with his skull crushed, KOBIXSON-WALGAMOTT- E. To the bright home of the bleat, Nov? is your time to secure bar- 'and at this writing, the news at Where the laithful and the true oilce lo l'lirctiuser.s of Cfin- Married, at Fredericksburg, , gains. Shall furoenneet In rot. Hickman is, that Dr. Juo. Prather, Wednesday, the Sth inst., Mo., t'lerj E,at. The next term of CALDWELL'S SCHOOL will begin Mr. Alexander & Maxwell. alter examination, had given tlm Make hergrare beneath the willow. It having been represented lo the City While her niirit pure, ha flown John M. Robinson, of this city, DE.ILEU IS s To the gluriout band of aniteU having bought Council that several Kov. R. M. King, the newly opinion that the chances were de- - and Miss Ida Walgamotte, of That aurround tiod Holy Throne, 3rd- - 1SSG, lots in the grounds of the City Cemetery Minister in charge of eidedly against his recovery. On Charleston, Mo. Mr. Robinson pointed Groceries ihj A rsu.ND.IS but I. old no deed to them from the city, I. the Methodist church, at luck- yesterday a largo crowd of citi- - has been a iii. of tins county having only the Superintendent's receipt and continue five months. Classes in the following subjects will be orgnt'i ASD ALSO. had collected at Woodland, Christ mas. man, preached his inaugural ser-izefor the money for them, it is requested by ofhi8 hfe !iml is well known to jig ami great exci eineni. prevanot . ;t inon HUnuay iasi. Miss Waliratnotte is n rl Iry HfcLM IJHOS., at new depot, for of Nets, Seines, Lines, Hooks, and allkind the Council that any and all persons who LATIN, PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY.ENGLISH HISTORY, ..finch. lMehing Tackle and Siipplie?, at a bar have bought lots in the City Cemetery and years ago,! negroes had been arrested. ..: foys, Candiet. &c , and see JL Chnslinas r this congrogation some t CHEMIST; ir nnco; and Mr. Robert! il you don't gare money, aud getjnatas jjaic. uroceries anu l'aniny supplies geu have not obtained a deed to them, I hey he is well, known, and much be- - and evidence was being taken GEOMERTRY, ALGER'i w;nsea-bIs(.Uf thia erally. well pleased. will file with the City Clerk their receipt's and probabilities that a mob would ,I Ri fnril., nf bnif .yf;J Waterloo. Omaha h - nii loved by his people. ,.... -J. or certificates of purchase, mid he will exI...V. w deal with- the guilty ones if the ton Democrat. ofj ecute deeds for them. Go to Plaut's and get any evidence developed should prove CI LCI I on Xotlce, By order of the Council. FJx-HI. A.. kind of a Ladies or Misses Wrap, sufficiently positive. and such other branche. as W. L. McCUTCIIEN, C. C. An election will be held at tho City Misses Nannie Warren and cost all sizes, colors, shapes will be received. The at novl9 Hall, in Hickman. Ky on .Monday, Jau Loula Diestelbrink, who have uary d 1897, for the PHYSICAN AND SURb'EON, and kinds. purpose of electing . "Kentucky Blacks," on next beed school attending at May.r and THE STOCKHOLDERS OF Miss Eva Pickett, a stylish Tuesday night at City hall. Re- - Nashville, Tennessee, return- ensuing year. six Councilraen, to serve the HICKMAN, KENTUCKY voune lady of Madrid Bond, Mo., 6erve seats on sale at Laudru By order of Ihe Cily Council. ed homo this week, where they according totti at said BANK, on Services to W. L. McCUTCIIE.V, C. C. is visiting hor sister Mrs. ben. drug store. Admission 25, 35 and will spend the holidays with their OFFERS biB Professional and vicinity. will meet in January 1897, at 2the second p. m. to Monday of Hiokman de17td oUctS. y1 jj urta..h. . pat outs. jaHH-'- c B elect new officers for 18S7. ilc. '24. -- nst antu' - LOCAL NEWS. 1 Ii IST M A s, SDfow istha Wintor of yonrDiscontent " . mi. --S- B? FINDING LANDRU: TRIED l. i ..-- u j j j j ! r' :..: n. ' i I y per pair to Heavy to to Flannels, all Underwear, to Wool Jeans suit, to Ginghams, Cotton Jeans, 12k to to to and a complete line, Carpets,' Ladies Hats, cashmeres, to Skirts, elsewhere all.NYooTricots u ior ir?cots Blankots, FIS,E'ESTiBD. r, A 1 in--- - - nr - UNDSRTAKSES' GOODS re PLAUT BRO'S. &0O. h gSf-?to- ! hk, mm. T. M. FRENCH, I us wLr3iX4y 2iyi 'i IC KWK BAHK. -- j tli-pn- j j liu.-liain- l, lail ire. uio. name an a accm CAPITAL, ,) HICKMA1T Kx-Circu- jr fit i it OIS , ; FREEMA.K & CAMPBELL, half-broci- i. d ...".I! I it-- . to-d- a uQ tS. jF i i. , i 1 f "". ylv7 M....;r...!.i!r ;p wn m I k .. l.stHe, -- wi-mu.i- .i FEED STORE, lloyal John ra I Family ... U-ir- a' g Mine! 1 11 - i pJveWusrS 1 1 j I Fakis Parker, : I MES. jSSIWBTGrARDNSE.. -- I io.-si- s visi-tiiif- ekMlifakiuy! 1 STOP2 Rock-botto- i J. P. GRAY ) . 1 111- 1 a uurld-renonne- il ROOFING A SPECIALTY. A. H -- eiiH-rient- felf-ALiif-e m,-- THE OLD RELIABLE fid-Jr- e, poil-pni- -. "' EMT ORIUM STim 1 1 SofeiQel. I F. B. OASB, v; Fam ; per.-on- JA.ISrTJA.Ilir ii ns naunjui. r - ', i.in. n;ri .. -- - -- ...--- .- .,-..- DR. S 93, rw iae vi ai imp. '1n3aaaaE IWPQ !" te t