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Likely lVrUli anialei r i it ki-- slides at Bridgeport A Coxxkcticctter has invented a mast Usat bends to the gale Tub South Carolina General Assembly as adjourned sine die As Orlando Fla warehouse holds 200 barrels of orango wine A tbifle of 25500000 is still needed to finish tho Panama canal A Boston-- dentist has had to pay S150 for pulling the wrong tooth Gekeral Miles is considered tho hand somest officer of tho army Sixce the Franco German war 115 statues have been erected in France 6io Xabcaxtosio Canixi of Venice can fipeak ntnotythi jw Inrrngc The first crematory in tho South Is Wbout to be constructed near San Antonio Tex The man who writes Xmas for Christmas will probably refer to next Fourth of July as Of the 43000 votes cast in tho recent elecÂ¬ tion in Washington Territory 15000 were cast by women California claims tho largest squash of tho season It was raised at Lompoc and weighs 251 pounds Texxessees peanut crop this year is worth 700000 Tho average yield per acre Is forty two bushels Nearlt 40000 doctors have been gradu ated from tho various medical colleges during the last ten years A Helena M T man offers to bet one hundred dollars that he can live for three months on hay and oats The largest tree in California is in Tularo County and is 450 feet high and the trunk 133 feet in circumference Emperor VVii liam if he lives until next March will be ninety years old The old est ruler of modern times Mr Charles Stewart Parxell is said to receive more letters and to answer less than any other man in Europe The British Vertical Journal reports a case of poisoning from the accidental swallow- Â¬ ing of a piece of an aniline pencil A woman who recently died in New York was found upon post mortem examination to have a needlo imbeddedin her heart Without a miss a marksman broke 105 glass balls at twenty five yards rise on a wager at Kcyport 2 J a few days ago Telephoning between New York and Philadelphia is now as easy as it was be tween points a block apart a few months ago RoiiEnT T Lincoln announces that his political life is ended and that the law will hereafter receive his undivided atten- Â¬ tion The Harrison Memorial Association of Ohio will ask the legislature to appro- Â¬ priate IJ0000 for a statue of Old Tippecanoe Russia has advertised for 2000000 pairs of shoes The Czar evidently wants to keep his family in focttvear during tho sliding season Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -Â¬ Â¬ kas sailed for home P 1 Bakncm is building three toboggan St Loci Jan 3 The grand jury H which tho cases of tho train robbers woro presented to day have it is understood ind publicly stated indictod FredWhltt rock Thos Weaver and W W Ualght for robbery In tho first degree Tho Criminal Court docs not meet until to morrow morn ng and indictments can not therefore bo eturned until that Uino It is stated on tho uthority of law oOIccrs that tho prisoners will be brought into Court as soon aB ths indictments aro returned and will juiltyrcccirc scntenco anilgaUwsy atoly to the penitentiary If this proves to be tho case the charges against Mes Â¬ senger Fotheringham can not manifestly bo sustained for robbery in the first deÂ¬ gree is highway robbery aad if he messenger was implicated in tho robbery the latter crime was not On this point Manager committed Weir said to day WMttrock say Fotheringham is innocent 1 hope ho is Dut ho was indicted by tne grand jury you itnow I dont know what tho evidence agint him was but It must have been sufficient and evidence that is auficient or an indictment is su21cient for a triaL The men now under arrest however may b3 able to explain away what may have nppoarcd incriminating facts Mr Weirsajs thut the amount of money so far 12000 of being tho covered lacks fall amount stolen Later It can be definitely stated to night that the grand jury did not to day indict TThitt rock llaight and Weaver Tho jury is ex amining their cases however aud in all Likelihood will find indictments in one or two days but what specific crime is scarcely more than conjecture It is pretty well understood however in fact the men have said that they will plead guilty to whatever charge is brought against them Md quietly take whatever penalty is met Â¬ ed out to them Â¬ pol IIockawat I5kaii I L Jan 2 Great fears are entertained here for tho safety of five unknown men who aro out In open boats hemmed in by ice in tho middlo of Jamaica Bay It e almost an impossibility for them to survive the esposuro much longer and unless extricated very soon they will be frozen to death Three of the men who wero evidently on a duck shooting expedition bourded a train for Rocknway Beach at tho Aqueduct Station whre they hired a boat at tho dock and rowed out half way across the bay toward Rifilo Bar when tho tide began to run out causing large quan tities of ice to surround them aud prevent their making any headway Tho men as well as could bo seen from tho shorenado great efforts to getoutof their unfortunate pndicamcnt but up to 530 oclock this evening they had mado but little headway aniMvcre being carried toward the Inlet by the tide They have already been out four hours The other two men arc sup Â¬ posed to be from a restaurant which is situated on an island about a mile from tho seaside dock endeavored to reach tho beach in a small row boat but they also got caught in the ice about 3 oclock this afternoon and are still unable to reach land It Is feared that the two men will succumb to the terrible cold to which they aro exposed The men at the Seaside land ing and other joints adjacent to that portion of the bay have used every effort to aid tho unfortunate men but the large quantity of Ice floating inshore makes it miposbiblo to take a boat through It Â¬ Â¬ Russia and Gormany Roportod to Havo Siffnod an Alliance lltcs Two Hundred Lost liy the Great huovr Monu In Coriunny Vfifreck Weaken uud TelU tilt While Sf3ry iarKC Amount of the Monoy 1U 0Vfred F CONFESSED The REPEALED Tcnure-of-onic- o Â¬ Â¬ BURNED IN A COLLISION Ttvelioor rifti en IIves Lost In a Southern Xac from San Antonio says The of Â¬ ficials and employes of tho Southern Pa- Â¬ cific railroad still refuse to give any in- Â¬ formation regarding the collision last London Dec 30 The Paris correspondent of tho Timt afilrms that ho hai Infor- Â¬ mation from tin undoubted source that lussia and Germany signed u direct alThe Czar add liance a fortnigLt ago the correspondent was decided in taking this com so by tho attitude manifested to ward Russia by Count Kalnoky Austro Hungariun Minister of Foreign Affairs and bv tho expectation thnt M Floquet would be mado Primo Minister of FramV This shows concludes tho correspondent that tho reported alliance between Husia anil Franco wan but a chimera Viexxa Dec 30 It is rumored hero that Russia and Turkey havo agreed to send a joint ultimatum to Bulgaria ordering tho Government to comply with their demands under pain of tho occupation of Roumelia Nothing definito has been received from tho Prince of Mingrclia Odessa telegrams however report that intimate friends of tho Prince have received more hopeful news presumably from the Prince himself Berlin Dec 3J The removal of the snow which fell m tho late btorm has re vealcil nn appallu Many loss of hfo travelers were overtaken by the storm Fifty bodies havo been found in Saxony thirty in Thuringiu and forty In South ern Germany It is estimated that tho total loss of lifo will bo nearly two bun dred Â¬ Â¬ Leayextvoktji Kax Dec 20 Wittrock onSOf tho men arrested on the charge of robbing the Adams Express car somo weeks ago was brought here last ovening To4ay he weakened and has made a f ull confession of the robbery but it can not bo Btadwhoaro his accomplices A largo ampinUof money has been recovered it having been concealed In a box under a barne tho house Tho detectives wero taken tojtho spot last night and tho box dti up wus brought to this city by Cook nod corcealed by him nnd th ce other JOfBjj men whose names are not uovVkn pTl10 amount of money ro coveredjjstated to be 19000 CrtCAOi Dec 29 It is stated that con vinc5igjoofs of Haichts coinnhcltv In tho Frisc express robbery is in posscs- nn JInVortrms nnd tlxrn uu V-- malng of ltcpublicui Ahutci from tho statute Hook Temire-of-Oflic- jit 1 lcutriacrfb Wittrock wero his partners It was Haiglrt 51 is said who conceived tho idea of wntiJg to J B Barrett the route agent it order to get a copy of that stigatcr i tho crime and Weaver and that Haight wathcvin- - Gvlvestox 1uelUc Accliloiit Jan 2 A special to ths FOTHERINGHAM ALSO Oscar Cook ivk tlie Messenger gentlemms letter heads Haight also tlo bogus had business cards W H Dam with th name of sell Supffintendent on them The Pink crtons hae learned that the plotters tnca to have tluse letter heads and cards printed In St Lous but they were either afraid to or could nt do so aud they had the work done Sn ths city by a firm that has admit ted it to tie detectives nnd told still further that Haight was tho man who gave the order It was on these letter hcadt and cardsthat the orders were written ana usedasaneans to get Wittrock on boaid the expre8 car with Fotheringham Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A MARYLAND EARTHQUAKE Inhabitants Awakened by Several HUocks Durlug tho Night Baltimore Md Jan 3 Dispatches wero received in this city this morning from Frederick Emmottsburg Westminister and other towns in Western Maryland stating that the inhabitants were considerably excited over violent shoclt ndloud rumblings which had awakened them and continued at insleep from tervals from 1100 last night until early this morning No damage was done as far as can be learned but as the country is mountainous the people arc apprehensive of grave trouble Congressman Shaw of Westminster says he was awakened by what sounded liko the blasting of rocks and pictures were shaken from walU in other houses He heard two distinct shocks in rapid succession Tho mercury at West minster was four degrees below zero this Â¬ Â¬ Friday evening of a freight tram and a construction tram in a deep cut near Twelve or fifteen lives river were lost nearly all the persons killod being Mexicans Tho names of the people killed could not bo ascertained as the men connected with the road refuse to give any information whatever Four or five dead bodies from the wreck were brought in last evening and several of tho maimed passed through en route to Columbus for treatment at the railroad hospital When the train collided they caught fire and two cars and a lccomolitc were burned up Most of the killed and wounded received their injuries by being burned Dils Â¬ Canucks Ready to Ncgotials Â¬ far And even at that price Europe gets an tin- satisfactory article George Shepard of Iowa has lost three wives by the accidental discharge of his revolver The third time he was arrested and held for murder The largest copper plates over rolled in Pittsburgh Pa were turned out a few days ago They were circular in formand measured 170 inches in diameter At Martinsville Ind there was born to the wife of Edward Bishop a girl baby weighing two pounds The child is per- Â¬ fectly formed is hale and hearty There are in tho whole United State about thirty or forty locomotive works turning out about 8000 locomotives a year and employing about 15000 hands The discovery of a networi of so cailed canals on the planet Mars by Schiaparclla several years ago has lcen confirmed by observers both in England and Italy The Washington Monument is completed excepting tho terrace work at tho base etc and now the question is how to pro serve it and protect it from vandalism It will atonish many people to learn that a French duel has resulted fatally Neither of the contestants shot the other but one of them went home and shot him self Ax experienced philosopher and sportsman observes that it is easier to lug a heavy shot gun ten hours through an im- Â¬ penetrable swamp than to put up a clothes- Â¬ line Ax Australian has invented an elec- Â¬ trical machine gun which he claims is capable of firing 120 rounds every few sec- Â¬ onds from any position and in any direc tion New York Citt has a daily newspaper printed in the Hebrew language and in Hebrew characters and called the Daily Casetle There are only two like it in the world Middle Tennessee is to organize an anti horse thief association and offer a reward of fJOO for every animal stolen Thcro are more horses stolen in that section now than at any time since the war Joe Demoxes fifteen years old and black went down to the landing at Jeffer sonvillc Kyt to sec a steamboat go out As he stood looking she blew her whistle viciously and immediately the boy lost tho power of speech and hasut spoken since An Englishman who lately visited the cemetery at Lisbon where Fielding is buried reports that the great novelists rave is uncarcd for and overgrown and jthc inscription in some places almost ob- Â¬ literated Gavarke the famous Spanish tenor six-Â¬ teen years ago received eighty cents an evening for singing in a Madrid concert balL He recently made a contract to sing fifty nights in Italian opera for which ho will receive 170000 Seen is tho rapid growth of population Sn London particularly in the east that it is stated cn good authority that 65000 per- Â¬ sons are now being added yearly to a pop- Â¬ ulation already numbering 5000000 Philadelphia teachers are so poorly paid that it must have been ore of tboir representatives who responded to the Long Live our School Teachers l toast What on with the heartfelt reply is said that in Campbell County Dak It an intelligent pointer dog run by the indig- Â¬ nant citizens en an independent ticket lacked only three votes of being elected District Attorney Ix New York City one evening recently was given a dinner that cost f75 per plate Nine guests sat down to the feast Hand painted menus worthy of preservation as works of art cost 5 each Such a crowd of uninvited guests rushed into the cathedral at New Orleans to wit Â¬ ness marriage the priests ordered tho lights extinguished and performed the cer emony at the brides residence The telephone is put to a new and con- Â¬ venient use in Brussels Gentlemen who wish to rise early but dpnt like to can have a row of little bells along the edge of their beds which ring viciously until they rise and stop tho disturbance The German Socialist Dr Avelling says tbat tie American aristocracy have the worst breeding be ever saw Their man- t iw are disgusting to a Dutch Socialist Tba aristocracy ef England he says bave tlwtr Amlto but tW r well bred Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ London Jan 2 Sir Lionel Sackvillo West British Minister at Washington informs the Government that he is in receipt of communications from Canada showing a favorable prospect for resumption of negotiations at Wash looking a ington to renewal of the fisheries treaty on the basis ap proved by the Dominion Government as already made public The Minister ex- Â¬ presses his belief that project will be fa vorably considered aud finally accepted with substantial entirety by tho American v Government Â¬ Tliiivuml Dollars a lits Miare CO Specials from Leav enworth and Kunsas Cit3 state that Os-Â¬ car Cook made a confession yesterday in which he stated that Fothcriughaiu tho express messenger who is now in jail chnrged witli josiphcity in tho robbery knew all about the plan to rob his car and was u wil ling victim to tho attack of tho robber It is said that ho was promised 10IXJU of the amount stolen as his sharo of the booty and that sum was a part of thu money which Fred Witt rock sent to hs mother for 6afo keeping A special from Kansas City states it was tho intention of the conspirators to rob tho car on the night of October U2d and that the first Jim Cummings letter was written before that time and dated on that day On that night however there was not enough money in the car to pay the robbers for their trou Â¬ ble and their plan was not finally carried out until the 25th Cot 1m St Lot is Dec Â¬ Â¬ WAX WHETHER OR NO Three Huidreil Thou mid Uuvalnn Troop Ordered to Klcft Vienna Dec 29 The Vienna press Is becomingouvinccd that Russia is determined to Tage wnr Reports of increased Russian nmamenta are continually com ing to hand from various sources Tho lutest intdligonco of this kind is to the efÂ¬ fect that XJ000 Russian troops hao been ordered tc mass In Kioff and that tho oc cupauts ol 10000 houses have received of ficial notScation that soldiers will soon bo billetcdin them The Stue Frtie IrtM plainly hints that the best thing Austria can do is to submit to Russias wishes in order to avoid a conflict The Tagblatt and other papers bitterly doploro tho fact that Austria is compelled to abandon her Bal kan programme because she has been left in the larch by Prince Bismarck who has mado peace with Russia Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ TERRIBLE CASUALTY Stt aiiiLunt ltoirdiut lloue Ilflned the 1robtule lowi of Twentj 1H 3 UNDER THE DOME Die lloily of John A Loruii Inld In Stute in tho Koltimln of thu Capltitl Washington Dec SO The funeral cor Â¬ tege reached tho capitol at T3J The in terior of tho vast dome was tastefully draped and upon the spot whore many vlo havo mado their mark m America history havo lain in state rested the bier to receive tthccnskfltof hodcad Senator The com Â¬ ulth Ioui Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ bank at 730 oclock this morning Will Silhman bookkeeper opened tho vault and struck a match to light tho gas jet Tho gas which had been escaping since Satur- Â¬ day ignited blowing the 6ide and front out of the building also the front out of tho United Lines Telegraph Companys build Â¬ ing Siihmans hair and whiskers wero burned off The damage will amount to several thousand dollars The injured man is badly bruised and perhaps hurt in ternally Â¬ plosion occurred Blew ihc Front Out Yocxgstowx O Jan 3 A at Wick Bro terrific ex- Â¬ Cos Slcrics About the Czar Untrue The Journal dt St Pclenlnttg denies the stories that the Czar is insane and characterizes as false- Â¬ hoods the several actions attributed to the Czar and referred to as illustrating tho nature of his malady The Journal denounces the rattier Lloyd newspaper of Pcsth for publishing such absurdities as arc hatched by foreign manufactories of lies 3 The Work of tho Several Mints Wasuixotox Jan 3 The issue of stand Â¬ St Peteesrero Jan ard silver dollars from tho mints during the week endiug December 31 was 511 CGG during the corresponding period of last year 547GC34 The shipment of frac- Â¬ tional silver coin during December amounted to C37 J05 The coinage at tho mints during December amounted to V S14252 of which 2550201 were standard dollars lapids George Snyder aged seventeen was instantly killed at Chase Bros piano factory As he was passing out of the fac- Â¬ tory a piano which had been suspended by a windlass fell on him crushing biB head and chest into n pulp He recently re-Â¬ moved to Grand llaplds from Cincinnati It is said his parents aro dead jenator Jones Detroit Mich Jan Crushed to Death Under a Piano 3 To day at Grand mitteoand tho honorary pTiii iartffTGletr forming as they halted a doubc Colored Peoples Worlds Fair casket tho which beween line Funerals in the Senalo Chamber Washington Jan 2 A memorial to was oi place to borno its Washington Dec 29 Since 159 whet Congress was forwarded from Birming state Tho retired and tho ham to the Alabama Senators at Washing- spectators wero requested to withdraw the Senate vacated its old quarters in the ton for an appropriation for the Colored When at two oclock the doors were again Capitol now used by tho Supremo Court IVoplcs Worlds Fair to bo held at Bir opened the lid of the casket had been re and took possession of the new north wing mingham in the autumn of 1W Tho me- moved military guards of honor fully unithere havo been five funerals from the morial is signed by all classes of white formed nnd accoutred stood at rest at tho chamber The first was tho funeral of people in tho city including rvcry im had and foot and on cithor side of tho cas-Â¬ Hon Thos Hicks Senator from Maryland portant business interest of the com- ket while lines of Grand Army men wero which occurred on tho 15th of February munity drawn up from door to door between 1C5 Hon Solomon Foote of Vermont which thousands of people pnssed to view was tho next Senator who died whilo Sunday Casing at Pittsburgh Congress was in session Funeral the remains PiTT nritoii Jan 2 The Law and Order services over the remains were held Society inaugurted a war against Sab in the chamber on the of 2Jth Boy Burned to Death bath breakers to day and as a result all On the 13th of March 1S74 March ISO tVELLPViLLn O Dec 30 Joe tho of the cigar stores confectioneries and son of Martin Masters living in the mortal remains of Hon Charles Sumjrge number of saloons were closed Thu the southern part of this county was ner Senator from Massachusetts wero ugar dealers threaten to retaliate by stop burned to death yesterday The family borne Into the Scnato Chamber for funeral ping the street cars and clostng up all was absent and the lad returning from rites The next f nncrrl at the Senate wus kinds of business next Sunday fechool crawled into the house through a that of Vice President Henry Wilson which window Seating himself in front of a took place on November 2d 1S75 On tho Burned to Death grate he fell asleep when his clothing 13th of last March the remains of Senator Ccmrerland Md Jan 2 The took fire burnlug the little fellow to a Miller of California were taken from tho Tho tho of Mr Hartley Knee cisp The house also took fire and was Scnato Chamber tc be gravo John A next Lo that of funeral service will while coming down stairs last evening taved with difficulty gan onFridny with a coal oil lamp in her hand fell Tho mm lamp exploded her clothing was burned Thousands of Suffering Texans Address Your Letters Properly off aud her body almost burned to a crisp Washington Dec 29 As an evidenco of Alraxt Tex Dec 30 The county The girl died after suffering for three judges of tho drought stricken district ar the carelessness of the public in address hours ing letters officials of tho dead lcttor in session at the court house Twcm counties arc represented They report In offlco to day exhibited a list of sixty tour Killed on tho Way to a Dance the aggregate 27M0 persons in actual nerd letters addressed to Pittsburgh O all but Fort Wayne Ind Jan 2 A sled con of food and clothing They will make nn nine of which were intended for and i cro taining twenty young people going to a official report to morrow and publish nn subsequently delivered to parties in Pitts Â¬ dance was struck by a train at the cross- appeal to the Legislature and ask tho n burgh Pa Nearly all of these letters were ing near Fort Wayne Ind last evening doraement of the Governor They will also to business firms and many of the envel Two young ladies were instantly killed make an appeal to tho charitable pcojdo opes bore business cards Another comand seven others sustained serious injuries mon error in addressing letters is ssid to for immediate relief - be the substitution of Chicago N Y for In Â¬ pall-bcare- Mobile Ah Dec 29 The steamboat Brcdish Johnson used as a boarding house at Jackson Ala where the West Alabama railroad bridge is building was buried at ten oclock last night Two whites Otis McElroy of Mobile and Dan Miihouse of New York are missing and two negroes cwls Adams and Ben Bush wero urowned It is believed that ten others nfesrpcTrafaig iii mi EamL--mn- r ten others were drowned The passage by the Senate of the bill c act repealing the terminates a usurpation by that body which has extended over a period of nearly twenty years Under that law the power of removal was taken from the President and lodged in the Senate and though the act has not been at all times enforced it has erved at inter-Â¬ vals is a refuge for the feudal lords of the Senate when they saw lit to set themselves up as a superior to the Chief Magistrate This act was passed in 1SG7 by a Congiess containing a Republican ma Â¬ jority of more than two thirds and was designed to keep in office the Repub Â¬ licans of whom Andrew Johnson sought to rid himself Johnsons break with his party which had hardly yet become warm in the offices pre Â¬ cipitated a factional quarrel of unex Â¬ His policy was not ampled bittcrnesH the policy of the great party chief who not long before had doubted the wis Â¬ dom of re electing Lincoln lest he too might develop ideas not in harmony with those of the more extreme members of his party and to pre-Â¬ vent his carrying it out all the en- Â¬ ergies of the organization were direct- Â¬ ed The possession of the offices being as important a matter in the estima Â¬ tion of the various leader as any other e act in they passed the 18G7 for the purpose of depriving the President of the power of making changes in offices without the consent of the Senate As it stood orfcrinallv this act- practically took from the Pres Â¬ ident his constitutional powers and lodged them in tho Senate Without its consent he could not even remove an official who wa- - incompetent corÂ¬ rupt or neglectful Except by its per Â¬ mission he could not change his own Cabinet It was intended to shackle an executive officer who could not oth Â¬ erwise be controlled If he would not obey the wishes of the party which had elected him that party having abso- Â¬ lute control of both branches of Con Â¬ gress would deprive him of the ability to execute the office which had been conferred upon him Mr Johnson vetoed the act but it became a law ty the two thirds vote of a partisan Con- Â¬ gress and thus the usurpition began For the violation of this law Mr Johnson was impeached and in its support a great party mindful only of partisan advantage and the spoils of office lixed in American history a page as dark as any that is to be found there Hut for the removal by Mr Johnson of Secretary of War Stanton and the ap- Â¬ pointment of General Lorenzo Thomas as Secretary ad interim it is not likelv -Temue-of-Ofiic- Thc repeal of the lawby the Senate will be followed as a matter of course I by similar action tfn the part of the House and tho Congressional usurpa- Â¬ spoils fight will tion which began irt end at a time whciinder the adminis- Â¬ tration of anotlier parijjj a successful effort to make thocijrjijservice some Â¬ thing more than a pjwyj machine is in progress It will dotjjTtiess be urged in certain quarters thatiho willingncssrof some 14epiiblican3 peal grows out of the White years they will House and it mayTujn be handy to have the Presidcrtfifcttcred in tho When Mr matter of offiee-g-ji- g Lincoln was inauuftvd it took him an out cvery about sixty Democratic office- - jher in the coun try This grcattrjVjonWjrljiot be repeated act on the books But fairer men will give the Republicans who supported the repeal of a vicious law the credit for doing so on conviction without reference to the party con- Â¬ sequences The action taken is one over which all good citizens may congratulate themselves as it is a step backward toward that system of con Â¬ stitutional government which was sad- Â¬ ly disarranged in the days of war and passion Chicago Herald ffUpport ape that the two in cwjfirol re-Â¬ daysnf ee wichifb-S3K5-W-uiD- R EPUBLICAN WASTE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ eight-year-o- ld Â¬ Â¬ uuum iiivu ueeu uiiuci lukvii thing else depended upon the mainte nance of these charges and a they failed all else failed The fun of party might be depended upon to pass laws overriding the con- Â¬ stitution and degrading tho Pres Â¬ idential office to the level of a Senatorial appendage but when it was proposed as a penalty for the violation of such laws to depose the President and put in his place a chieftain who could have no legal right to the place there was a revolt on the part of several Senators of conscience and ability and tho country was spared the crowning infamy of witnessing the desposition of a Chief Magistrate whose principal offense had been the observance of his oath to support the constitution and transmit his office unimpaired to his - JwLliewuaaai Utrationi One more step in the reorganization of the navy administration upon busi Â¬ ness principles has just been taken The yard at Boston has been changed to an equipment yard and placed in charge of Commodore Schley Chief of the Bureau of Equipment and Recruit-Â¬ ing Under this same new policy of devoting the yards as far as practicable to specialties the Washington yard had previously bceu turned over to the Bu Â¬ reau of Onlnancc and this will be the great and only factory for finishing naval guns A third project is that of making some yard a general supply depot for the navy the one at Brooklyn being perhaps the most likely to be chosen for this purpose It is further probable that this or some other yard will be designated as the chief center of construction and repair Besides this assiinimont of vards to special bureaus we find a second sys- Â¬ tem of reorganization going on in the concentration of authority responsibil- Â¬ ity and duties hitherto scattered among all the bureaus into a single bureau This is illustrated by the reorganization of the Bureau of Provisions and Cloth- Â¬ ing under a new Paymaster General making it practically a Bureau of Ac- Â¬ counts and Supplies though it has not vet received that name Another ex- liecr every uio reonrninzauoa oi me uureau or Â¬ Siteretnry AVlrttnrjg Kororms In the tho Icoplcs Monejr Was Squandered 1 urine Former Adtuln fiuuplovaayiha successors Â¬ Tenure-of-Offic- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i Â¬ m m The Express Robbers Whittrock and ioui Col Dec 30 A report mrdo Weaver arrested for the express robbery oyDenver clerk of the U S Mint to day tho chief have been brought to this city and de- shows tho value of now gold received durÂ¬ livered to the authorities About 5V0OOO ing lt58 to have been 14 170320 This of the stolen money has been recovered does not include tho value of mint bars ro deposited St Gold Production Small Chicago 111 Jan 2 Attention Â¬ Washington 1 Fourteen Lives Lost in a Collision ida in an interview announced that he will not go to Washington this winter after all but that he will stay In Detroit until the Florida Legislature meets when he will be a candidate for re election He had told his friends a month ago that he would occupy his seat in the Senate after the hol- Â¬ idays m Detroit Jan 3 Again Changes His Mind Senator Jones of Flor- Â¬ Burchard Hayes Married London Jan 2 The British steamer Dragoman from Savannah December 12 Norwalk O Dec 30 Burchard Hayes for Liverpool collided with and sank an jon of Ex President Hayes was mar icd unknown vessel off Bardscy Fourtcor to day to the daughter of N G Shenf lan persons were drowned of this city New the Washington navy yard by February 1 a superintendent of the new gun manufac tory at the yard and ho desires publicity to be given to tho fact and applications tc bo sent to him before January 15 stating the qualifications of the person making ap The matter of salary has been plication left open to secure the services of a proper person Frozen to Death in His Own Yard of the Secretary of tho Navy to appoint nt Oflice Seckcrs Dec 29 It Is tho intention m The Growth of the Logan Fund Wasiiixotox Jan 3 Captain George E Lemon to day received from W K Van derbilt a subscription of 1000 for the Logan fund from C Vandcrbilt 1000 and from Edwin Cowlcs 200 Captain Lemon A case of fatal freezing was reported to day from No 237 Chicago Station at midnight last night his Twenty third Place John Grady a garments dripping with blood Ho contesv -aged man living with his wife and two ed to the police that he had just taken tho children returned to his homo some timo Armour Boycotted lives of his son and daughter by cutting during tho night nnd this morning at 7 CnicAcio Jau 2 A secret circular issued their throats Investigation at the houso oclock was found frozen in his back yard by District Assemblies No 57 and 131 of confirmed the story Both tho girl and boy It is thought he was partially intoxicated Chicago boycotting Armour Company is were found suffering from fatal wounds when he sank down to his fatal slumber published Â¬ wealthy resident of Donaldsonvillc La was beaten to death by an unknown tramp whose evident object wa3 robbery Orleans Jan Boalen to Death by a Tramp 2 Mrs Boulangera Murdered His Children CnicAGO Dec 30 Michael Maloncj of 230 North Union street came to the West Chicago Dec 29 middle- Immediately on the inauguration of General Grant the party necessity of a e act disappeared Both houses of Congress were Republican as was the Executive Department and one of the first acts of the House of Kepresentathes was to pass a bill re- Â¬ pealing the laws which had been passed for the purpose of shackling Johnson Hut the Senate having tasted blood was not prepared thus early to relin- Â¬ quish the power which it had usurped It failed to act on the Houscbill In his first message President Grant who in Johnsons day had supported the e bill attacked it in un mcasured terms saying that it was incompatible with a faithful and efii- cient administration of the Govern- Â¬ ment Later on the House once again passed a bill repealing the act this time voting more than six to one in favor of its annulment The Senate again refused to concur It had gained the upper hand of the President and it was not willing to retreat from itd posi- Â¬ Fort- - years before this Web Â¬ tion ster Clay and Calhoun had fought the same battle with Andrew Jackson and had failed The advantage gained as against Johnson was not to be abandoned without a Tenure-of-Offic- struggle The law might be permitted m J to day purchased 30000 4 per cent United States bonds on account of the Logan fund Russia Expels 15000 Jews Viexxa Jan 2 It is reported here that 15000 Jews have been expelled from tho Children of School Age in Ohio O Dec 30 There wero Colcmiius j1C135S children of school ago in Ohio up Government at Kiett Russia e m -- - to Soptembcr last 775149 pupils enrolled and an average dally attendance of 517811 Bloody Retaliation St John was burned here and Captain Purdy and four of the crew so badlv burn rd that they will die Mrs Logan Likely to be Pensioned St John Another Steamer Disaster N 11 Dec 20 The Etcamer to fall into abeyance during the ad Â¬ ministration of a friendly President but it was argued that it should stand and be revived as occasion might war- Â¬ There are men who will talk for hours ina thoroughly self satisfactory manner when even body but them Â¬ selves kuows the- - are talking nonsense Just so a clock will tick tick tick in an offensively obtrusive way and with as much conceit when it is ten minutes slow or twenty minutes fast as if it were right to a second Exchange A quilt containing 3162 pieces of calico has just been completed by Mrs Mattie Wooten of Viola Tena No two pieces in the quilt are alike each one having been taken from different pieces of calico It required several years to gather material for thi work m - Shrinkage in Oil Plants BRUrorD Pa Jan 2 During the past two months thcro has been- - a decrease of seventy six rigs and sixty seven drilling wells in the oil regions Completed wells and new production have also decreased and the number of dry holes have increased rant Under it Senators were made the dictators of Federal patronage The President was helpless unless he could make sure of their support Gen Â¬ eral Grant had a wav of dealing with Â¬ Fatal New Years Play Wheeling W Va Jan 2 At Tria delphia this county some boys were cele Â¬ brating New Years with a toy cannon last night when it burst fatally injuring a boy horrible tragedy Lee Nelson aged twenty-twhipped severely a little son of Ben Chestnut Ed Chestnut an older brother hearing of it huntod up Nolson and pounded him with a club until his bead was reduced to a jelly Nelson can not live hree tvAsmvsTov Dec 2S The Evening Stay Louisville Ky Dec 30 A special from Burnsidp Ky gives tho particulars cf a says Among membcra of tho House who named Charles Otto land this morning Marriage of Michael Davilt 30 Michael Davitt was married to Miss Mamie Yore in OakÂ¬ S ix Fraxcisxo Dec visited tho Capitol yesterday and to day the suggestion was passed around thata liberal pension bo granted to the widow of General Logan and it met with hearty approval on every hand Democrats manifested as much eagerness as Republicans to join in providing for the widow The hearty manner in which the suggesuon has been taken hold of renders it quite certain that among the first acts of Congress upon re assembling will be to pass a pension bill for Mrs Logan Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ When you say that you dont know fattest letters fin the alphabet you will be told O B C T whereupon you arc expected to exclaim O I C lPhiladclpfiia Call which aro the Of seventy three importaat towns in Colorado twelve are over five thou Â¬ - Fell Among Sharpers Louisiana Orango Crop Short Chicago Jan 2 A special to the 77 New York Dec 30 William Button a from New Orleans says Tho orange crop vealthy farmer of Fillmore County Minneof Louisiana is all harvested mid markets sota came to town a few days ago with his ed It is as predicted less than one tenth brother to take passage for Scotland their of an average crop aud oranges are re- native place While wandering around tailing now at thirty to fifty cents a dozen the city seeing the sights yesterday Hut against ten to thirty cents this time ton fell in with sharpers who induced him vcar and scarce even at these figures to play cards when they cheated him out of 1000 and then decamped Â¬ ljt m m Printers Strike m treab says The Canadian Pacific railway has been notified by the Imperial Government that twelve eighty ton guns for the ceicnse of Victoria B C are now being constructed at the Woolwich Arsenal and that they will be ready for shipraout and transportation over the road in April next It Is also said that largo consignments ol war material will arrive in the same ship which brings tho guns m m m British Sirsnglhening Victoria B C CnicAcoDeo 29 A special from Mon Â¬ sand feet and ten over ten thousand fwt above wa level t- Moxtgomert Ala Jau 1 The Typo Â¬ Bequest to Wabash College graphical Union printers in the Aileertkcr Indiaxapoms Dc 30 Tho will of the the Dhf aich and nt Bnrrett Cos printing late Sidney M Sabin of Laporto provides oiHce have struck for better wages Thoir that 50000 shall bo donated toWabaia places have been filled by members of tho College nt Grawfordsvlllo Ind Protective Frmcrnitv tvinr Titus Will do Ilia Tichtrono Act Trenton N J Deo 2U Judge Densely has denied the motion for a new trial of fitiu tho Hrckettstowu janitor con Â¬ demned to death for tho murder of Tillio men which soon convinced some mem Â¬ bers of the Senate that it would be more profitable to them to fall in with him than to undertake to light him and after some caucusing tho Senate in 1809 passed a bill so amending the Tenure-of-Offiact as to repeal the section against which most complaint Texas Sitings had been made As amended the law large amounts la store There nre found to be hose of cast The new teacher at Bitter Creek a permitted the President to suspend over 12000 tonsthe yards and wrought Iron lying 739000 pounds of comin scrap about Federal office holders during the recess position and brass 139000 pounds of old copper smart young fellow from Boston who and 103000 pounds of old lead thought he knew all creation was of Congress and to name successors The difference to be looked for under downed at the first spelling school in who were to bo commissioned until the end of the next session of Con- Â¬ the new order of things may be illus- Â¬ his new district on the first word Old Boston yard All the ma- Â¬ Squire Pollock gave out pussley and gress when if they were not con Â¬ trated by the to fall terial at that point not of use for the the new teacher spelled it purslane tinued the nomination was Set down said the squire and how The clause which had been repealed Bureau of Equipment will be collected provided that in this event the old of- Â¬ and sent to the yards where it belongs everybody did yell Burdette Catharine Owen has published ficer should immediately return to his All the equipment materials in the will be collected and sent book called Ten Dollars Enough post but with that stricken out noth- Â¬ other yards ing remained for the President to do to Boston With such a system pre-Â¬ She may think so now but by the time under such circumstances but to name vailing everywhere we are not likely she gets all the jet trimming and stuff another man Thus the law became to find another report liko that of Cap- Â¬ for the overskirt she will find that about Â¬ ce Construction nndiepair but the secre- Â¬ tary after long leaving the reappoint- Â¬ ment of Mr Wilson as Cheif Con- Â¬ structor with this view decided re- Â¬ cently that under the existing law he did not possess the needed power and accordingly awaits action on the Naval Reorganization bin now under discus- Â¬ sion in the House The fundamental importance of the reforms thus initfital by Secretary Whitney is very clearly indicated in these words from the recent annual re Â¬ Stone in Boston Globs port of Admiral Porter I think the opinion is general throughout PUNGENT PARAGRAPHS the service that until the department Is reorLieutenant Henn cackleatcs to ganized we can have to system maintain no proper discipline and balld no effective ships bring the Galatea buck next year and but that a reoranlsiUoa ol tho department enter for all the races Lowell Courier will bring order out of chaos and tho navy will run along as smoothlj as it did previous to The scold waves are very trying lli when the Hoard of Navy Commissioners said a man to his wife this morning were the advisers or the Secretary of tho Navy and had administrative and executive author when she raided him for not building the fire Washington Critic ity Under the system in vogue beforo The rockers on a chair never stick the beginning of the present reform out half so far behind at 3113-- other time there were in each of the navy yards as when a man is prowling around in separate establishments for six or seven the dark barefooted Chicago Tribune bureaus As a consequence the work A happy thought is one that has Rich organization escaped from a melancholy man and is was duplicated had its own shops storehouses and certain that it will not be obliged to go gangs of laborers besides its clerical back Picayune force when inuchof the work was A man had much rather be fined practically of a sort common to most fifty dollars for fast driving than be told Secretary Whitney that his horse couldnt trot fast enough of the bureaus on looking over his department was to break the statute Burdclte astonished to find six bureaus in the Mamma Im crazy Daughter same yard separately buying little lots about this palmistry Mother The of stationery instead of having the pa mystery Im crazy about is whero purchases made in common for all the your father spends his evenings bureaus in each yard and in fact for Chicago Journal all the yards by a general contract You can always tell a man who with subsequcntdistribution on requi- has once been a clerk in a hotel says sitions He found that seven bureaus an exchange Our experience has al- Â¬ bought coal in one hundred and sixty ways been that you cant tell him much six separate open purchases instead of He thinks he knows it all Somerville He found Journal bV contract iiilargc lots three bureaus buying oil for the differ Say mister dont you want a ent parts of the same ship These arc boy Yes Arc you out of work ordinary examples of the wantof system What did you do duringthe summer Not less remarkable wras the waste of I stuck flies onto fly paper in drugÂ¬ supplies after they had been purchased gists winders but fly times over now This resulted largely from the fact that Philadelphia Call many sorts of work were done at each ob- Â¬ They eat horses in France vard and that whenever a j ard was served Joggin3 isnt it horrible I temporarily closed the material was think you ought to ba the last to say usually left to take care of itself often so rejoinedSnooper How is that deteriorating while perhaps in another You have been known to consume yard kept in operation exactly similar great many ponies yourself lid Bits Some of the material was purchased A lady correspondent who assume illustrations of this fact given by Mr to know how lwys ought to be trained Whitney are extraordinary O mothers nun writes as follows At the eight navy yards there have accumu- out the soft tender genial side of your lated altogether of augers and bits 56K6 ot Mothers often do with which 25271 have been lying for several years boys nature at closed yards where no work has been or Is a shoe Chicago Mail likely to be done sa5i2 gross screws are on Next summer County- - Uncle hand 10SW gross lying at closed yards Thero flics in stock 42142 of them lying at Fannie you must come out and spend are H55 closed yards There are 11S13 paint brushes in a month with us on the farm and sea stock 2210 of these in tho stores at closed go out into the field yards All of these tools are serviceable most us every morning Fan Â¬ ly new Of most of these articles somo bureaus with our hoes on our shoulders have recently made considerable purchases nie Humph thats the last place im and are even doing so at tho present time while the wprld Id think of wearing my to the credit of other bureaus there are very 1 Â¬ Â¬ THE INDUSTRIAL WORLD Jj Ii cost 300000 to harvest the im- menae cranberry crop around Cape Cod Massachusetts this season X The culture of tobacco in Germany c is progressing 19S6597 acres having jji bean pllmted this spring According to the report of he New York Bureau of Labor Statistics there a were more than 1500 strikes in that Suite durinjr 183G against 300 in 1835 It is estimated that 300000 head of mutton sheep have been driven from Oregon this year to Wyoming and Ne Â¬ braska to be fattened for the sprin market v The census of the Island of Cuba 1200 busrar plantations 5000 shows tobacco plantations 160 coffee planta- lions 25 cocoa plantations 5000 graz- - 1 Lpf ing farms 20600 small farms 900Wtliir- JpHkiZaa k warehoifsefaeUJries etcj --a Persons who are undertakinj to raise carp in artificial ponds must ba careful to keep other kinds of fish as well as aquatic animals and turtles out of them During the past summer the young carp in many places have been destroyed by the above named crea- Â¬ tures Detroit Tribune Prof Roberts speaking of the great efficiency of raoderan labor saving im-Â¬ The plements and machines says boy of to day with his sulky plow and self binder can rob the soil of mora plant fowl in a year than his grand Â¬ father could in all his lifetime though his muscular grandfather might have carried off with ease two such boys Chicago Timts one under each arm According to the crop report issued by the Department of Agriculture at Washington the largest yield per aero of buckwheat during the past season was in the New England States where as much as twenty bushels per acre wasj obtained Maine and Vtirmont eachj produce as much as all the rest of tho New England States together New York and Pennsylvania grow two third of the product of the United States The entire crop for the country is 11 000000 bushels and the average yield per acre is thirteen bushels An idea of the extent of the milling business at Minneapolis Minn can be got from the following extract taken from the Xorthwcstcm Miller of No- Â¬ vember 3 The flour output touched hiirh figures last week beinjr thelnnjest for any single week of theyetr 157J70 barrels averaging 26211 barrels daily against 90500 barrels for the preceding week and 161650 barrels for tho cor Â¬ responding time in 1835 The same number of mills nineteen are in oper- Â¬ ation this week and the product prom- Â¬ ises to reach as high a point as last week The daily output is fnlly 26000 barrels Another 1500 barrels will ba added to the active list next week1 Some sewing women have no knowl- VeryTTelLLLct them worlc for their board white they learn They would have plenty of good food and a good homo They would be better off than they are now when their 250 or 3 or a week has to pay for their scanty food and fuel in wretched Good rooms and nothing is left housewives would willingly teach one unaccustomed to work if sha would reÂ¬ main for wages after sha could earn them It seems to 1113 this is the solu- Â¬ tion of the question for women who barely make a living at sewing Lucy -- w t F smith practically inoperative though its retention upon the statute books has been rightfully regarded by all Presi Â¬ iuiperti dents since JohnsoD a iench tain Meades Inventory Board that ma terial to the amount of three or four millions is scattered about fast deteriorating or already obsolete and useless Â¬ yys ten dollars more is necessary not in- Â¬ cluding the dressmakers bill Ten dollars is enough for the material bufcjj me trimming ana malting sfi- t y its- if 1 -- v E ir r r fc aLV vs n s2 Si IrA - nf 43 i33T hi- - v -l K VSS 3 lb 4f Js tf i I aP c - s 3 r t 1-- Ec U 4 i4 i w J I C l - j jgt t ji 1 -- r in madj preparatl0I1 for tun0f my doar broth ia whch shQ au tua tones of your heart pealing forth at er navo you mauo any prupuruuuu when tint ITowYoar Scrraonby Rov T Do the sound of her voice or the soft touch of eternity Do you wonder that indignation her hand Because in soma financial Eu man on tho Hudson river in Talmagro D D Witt rocclydon your f ortuno went into the break-Â¬ tore up the tract which was handed to him ers did you forget all those years in which and just one word landed on his coat sleovo the rest of tho tract being pitched into The CnwUdom of Estimating Ones Life the luxuries and extravagances of life showered on your pathway Alasl that is the river that ono word aroused his souL OB Earth bjr Mere Worldly Gratlflca- an unwise man an unphilosophic man and It was that one word so long so broad so tioa Tan Christian Way or Count- A dying wom- Â¬ most of all an unchristian man who meas Â¬ high sj deep eternity IQC Time A Contrast ures his life on earth bv groans and tears an in her last raomants said Call it What do you want They said Brookltv Jan 2 Mr Talmage choso and dyspeptic fit and abuse aad scorn and back Oh it call it back Time she sail for his text to day a part of the eighth neuralgic thrust Again I remark that there are many peo- Â¬ can not bo called back Wo might lose our verse of the forty seventh chapter of Genethem back we might estimate How old art thou sis The sermon ple who of money their life on earth by tho fortunes and call perhaps recover it wo amount lose our health and thev hnva accumulated was as follows Tho year lsco or 1S7S or 1SS0 might loso our good namo and get that The Egyptian capital was the focus of They say back but time gone is gone forever wu Wby Made no money tho worlds wealth In ships and barges Now Musicu Somo of you during tao past year mado It had been brought to it from India against is all cant and insincerity to talk there money as though it had no value preparation for eternity and it makvs no frankincense and cinnamon und ivory aad diamonds from the north marble and It is refinement and education and ten difference to you really as to tho matter of iron from Syria purple and silk from thousand blessed surroundings it is the safety whether you go now or go s imi Greece some of the finest horses of tho spreading of tho table that feeds your chi- Â¬ other year whether this year or the net Both on tho world and some of the most brilliant char-Â¬ ldrens hunger it is the lighting of the fur- Â¬ year may your feet you tho rock say nace that You can dash around iots and from all the earth that which ing of tho keeps you warm it is the mak waves is our God bed on which you rest from caro refuse and strength a very could best please the eye and charm tho and anxiety it is tho carrying out at last present help You arc on the rock and ear and gratify the taste There were of to decent sepulture and the put- you maj defy all earth and hell to overtemples aflame with red sandstone entered tingyou of the you I congratulate you I give you by gateways that were guarded by pillars storyup your slab on which is chiseled the throw joy of It is a happy Now Year to you Christian hope It is simply great bewildering with hieroglyphics and wound hypocrisy this with brazen serpents and adorned with hall against tirade m pulpit and lecturo To all Christians it is a time of gladness I money a though it had no am glad the years are going You are comwinged creatures their eyes and beaks uses It is hands and feet and sails and ing on nearer home Lot your countenance and pinions glittering with precious stones ten thousand grand and glorious enter- Â¬ light up with tho thought Nearer hoiiu There were marble columns blooming into prises Now when ono can sooner got to the canpilwhite flower beds there were stone But ho not to things lars at the top bursting into the shape of money while all this is so he who uses ter of wants toisbo always be congratulated or thinks of money as any thing but Who in tho f reshnau the lotus when in full bloom by in this an Along the avenues lined with sphinx a means to the end will find out his mis class We study Godof Him world we tho but all glittering treasures slip out Biblical photograph and fane and obelisk there were princes tako when nvnutc3 of interview who came in gorgeously upholstered palan Â¬ of his nerveless grasp and ho goes out of know we can in five moro accurate idoi of quin carried by servants in scarlet or elseÂ¬ this world without a shilling of money or a with a friend get a him where drawn by vehicles the snow white certificate of stock He might better havo yearethan we can by studying him fifty Christian porter that opened his through pictures or words Thj lit horses golden bitted and six abreast dash been thethe begrimed gate or workman who last tlo child that died at six months of age ing at full run There were fountains from night heaved coal stone wreathed vases climbing tho ladders and mortgages andinto his cellar Bonds knows more of God than all Andovor anl their uso Brunswick and of the light You would hear a bolt shove but they mako a poorleases havo with which all Princeton and all New theological insti- Â¬ yardstick and a door of brass would open like a flash to measure life They that boast them- Â¬ all Edinburgh and all tho it tution in Chnstandom Is nit better to of the sun The surrounding gardens were selves of their on the go up to the very headquarters of knowland saturated with odors that mounted the multitude of theirwealth nonetrust of them can edge riches terrace and dripped from the arbors and nor give any Does not our common sense teach m burned their incense in the Egyptian noon by God means redeem his brother he should a ransom for him that that it is bitter to be at tho center than to On floors of mosaic the glories of Tha to Â¬ roah were spelled out in letters of porphy- Â¬ not seo corruption tho Wisemen die like 10 clear out on the rim of the Wheel hoi brutish person per lng nervously fast to the tiro lest we lo wise tho fool and ry and beryl and flame There were or- Â¬ ish and leave their wealth to others suddenly hurled into light and eternal la naments twisted from the wood of tamaBut there are many and I wish there all risk embossed with silver breaking into were more who estimate their life by their licityl Throughpeer kinds of optical instru in through tho cracks foam There were footstools made out of a moral and spiritual development It is not ments trying to single precious stone There were beds sinful egotism for a Christian man to say and tho keyholes of Heaven afraid that both door- of the celestial mansion will bo fashioned out of a crouched lion in bronze I am purer than I ussd to be There is There were chairs spotted with the sleek no sinful egotism in that It is not bass swung wide open before our entranced vishides of leopards There were sofas footed egotism for a soldier to say 4I know mora ion rushing about among the apothecary with the claws of wild beasts and armed about military tactics than I used to before shops of thn world wondering if this is with the beaks of birds As you stand on I took a musket in my hand and learned to Kood for rheumatism and that is good for the level beach of the sea on a summer day present arms and when I was a pest to neuralgia and something else is good for a bad cough lest we be suddenly ushered mto and look either way there arc miles of the drilling ofllcer It is not base egotism breakers white with the ocean foam dash for a sailor to say I know better how to a land of everlasting health whero the ining shoreward so it seemed as if the sea of clew down the mizzen top sail than I uspd habitant never says 1 am sick What fools wsallaroto prefer tho cir the worlds pomp and wealth in the Egyp to before I had ever seen a ship And a dreadful tian capital for miles and miles flung itself there is no sinful egothrn when a Christian cumference to the center Whatsuddenly lis np into white breakers of marble temple man lighting the battles of tha Lord or if thing it would bo if we should inhered from this wintry world into tin mausoleum and obelisk you will have it voyaging towards a May time orchards of Heaven and if cmi It was to this capital and the palace of heaven of eternal rest says I know Fharoah that Jacob the plain shepherd more about spiritual tactics and about voy- Â¬ pauperism of sin and sorrow should bo suddenly broken up by a presentation of came to meet his son Joseph who had bo aging towards Heaven than I used to an Emperors castle surrounded by parkcome Prime Minister in the royal apartin this presenca with springing fount tins and piths up and Why there are those ment Pharaoh and Jacob mtet dignity who have measured lances with many a foe and rusticity the gracefulness of the court and unhorsed it There are Christian men down which angels of Go J walk two an J and the plain manners of the Held Tho here who have becomo swarthy by ham- two 1S T5 In tho French reiolve1 thit at King wanting to make the old country- mering at tho forge of calamity Thev man at ease and seeing how white his stand on an entirely difforent plane of Ghent they would have a kind of beard is and how feeble his step looks fa- - character from that which they onco occu demonstration that had never before bU miliarly into his face and says to the aged pied They arc measuring their life on heard of It would be male up of tho chimes of bills and the discharge of cm man How old art thou by golden gated Sabbaths by pento Night before last tho gate of eternity earth prayer meetings by communion non Th cxpariinent was a perfect succostal opened to let in amid the great throng of tablesby baptismal foutsby hallelujiahsm cess What with tho ringing of tho bells departed centuries tho soul of the dyint the temple They have stood on Sinai and and the report of the ordimmv tho city year Under the twelfth stroke of the heard it thunder they havo stood on Pis- - trembled and tho hills shok with tho triumphal march that was as stratigs as it brazen hammer of the city clock the was overwhelming With a moro glorious patriarch fell dead and the stars of the and thev hve stood on calvarv and accompaniment will Gjds ilvir children go night were the funeral torches It is most I seen the cross bleed can liko Paul whoa the fortunate that en this road of life there are the Apostle write on their heaviest trou- into ther high rc3idjiuc trumpets shall sound and the last day h so many milestones on which we can read bles light and but for a moment just how fast ve are going toward the darkest night their soul is irradiated Tho come At the signal given thi boils of as journeys end I feel that It is not an in- Â¬ was tho night over Bethlehem by tho the towor3 and of tha light house striijo citie3 will of the appropriate question that I ask to day faces of those who have come to proclaim and when I look into your faces and say as glory and good cheer They are only wait- Â¬ their sweetness into a last chuno heavcru How ing for the jjatc to open and the chains to that shall ring into the Pharoah did to Jacob the patriarch and float off upon the sea joinel by tho old art thou fall off and the glory to begin boom of bursting nunc and magazine PAnnle who am truthful on pvnrr nti I remark again There are many and I by all thtj cathedral toCors of subject lie about their ages so that I do wish there were more who are estimating Heaven the harmonies of earth un J tho not solicit from you any literal response to t by amount of good they can do symphonies of tho colestiil realm Snaking the question I havo asked I would put no i one under temptation but I simplv want John Bradford said he counted thatdav up one great triumphal march fit t cele this morning to see by what rod it is wo nothing at all in which he had not by pen brate the ascent of tho redeemed to whero If a maa be they shall shin as stars forever and for-Â¬ F tonSUe donc some Bood- are measuring our earthly existence bm riyui i can uoi icu now uiuuy tears no ever With such anticipations we ctu look There is a right way and a wrong way of wipe away how many ho measuring a door or a wall or an arch or may lift how many orphans burdenscom- back without a single regret upon the Hyhe may ing years and forward with exultation to a tower and so there is a right way and a may wrong way of measuring our earthly ex- - j fort how many outcasts he may reclaim the time when the archangel with one foot givon their on the sea and the other foot on the land istence Jt is with rcferenco to this higher There have been men who lvo meaning that I confront you this morning wholo life in the right direction concen shall swear by Him that hveth for ever and with the stupendous question of the text trating all their wit and ingenuity and ever that time shall be no longer mental acumen and physical force and How old art thou and ask There are many who estimate their life enthusiasm for Christ They climbed tho MISERY AND VEALTH by mere worldly gratification When Lord mountain and delved into tho mine and A Throry on the Distribution of Ilrlic Dundas was wished a happv New Year crossed the sea and trudged the desert Onthcreil from thr graves f History cropped m he said It will have to bo ahnnnW vear j anu UnZ Ur the last into martyrs the just In Rom under the Empire wealth at ono resurrection of than the past for I hadnt one happy mo w pole was a symptom of misery at the other J incut in all tho livp vo mnnth fhut hnvi I gone Butthathasnotbeentheexpcriencetheybrkc1offbf he miles they they put j bocausa Iloine was not au industrial state by the traveled Its income camo from plunder The wealth oi most oi us we nave iouna mat tnousn upon 7 buucnujr iney had a source independent of the produc- Â¬ tho world is blasted with sin it is a very tr nllovmti fclt n the thrill of every nerve tion of the society of Home Thit part of bripht and beautiful place to reside in xn the motion of every muscle in the booty which somo got others could not a - tt inmMwno hostility between the Gospel and the every throb of their heart in cverv have No such thing is true of an indus- Â¬ respiration of their lungs the magnificent trial society The wealth of the commermerriments and the festivities of life They cial cities of Italy and Southern Germany No man liveth for himself I do not think that we fully enough an truth went inrojgn cold and through heat foot in tho middle ages was largely in th i nroxintn tiio niUncs ka back scourged us When you recount enjoyments Mistered cuCck smittentheir whole duty hands of merchant princes If one wero tempest lashed to do told that some of these merchants wero voudo not ro far enough back Wlv 1 you not go back to the time when you were uit ls in way xue mcasurwi mo uy tno very rich he would have no ground of inBA they could do Do you ference that others in those citiC3 must an infant in ycur mothers arms lookin up into the heaven of her smile to thoso want 10 Know now oiu turner was now have been poor The rich were those who days when you filled the house with tho old Richard Baxter was how old Philip dcvelopej the opportunities of commcrco uproar of boisterous merriment when you Doddridge was Why you can not calcu- which were m the first instance opn shouted as you pitched tho ball on the play- - late their lives by any human arithmetic to aL What they gained camo out else ever had crftiintivhon nn tlin rvfl nnti Add to their lives ten thousand times ten of nothing which anybodyfact that there The night muffled up on skates you shot out housand years and you bavo not expressed or would havo had hat they have lived or vnll Uve O are wealthy men in England France and ever the resounding ice of the pond navo It h standard that is to measure a mans the United States to day is no evidence you forgotten all those good days that tho f byL There are those m this house who that there must be poor men here Tho Lord gave you Wero vou never boy - tlurtv t lereyou never a giru uctween a ttioso They will har lived nnlvthousand -tmim riches of the rich arc perfectly consistent J 7r 7 they with a high condition of wealth of all down have lived a times and this how manv mercies how many kindnesses tho Lord has bestowed have lived a thousand Thre are thoso to the last In fact the aggregations of upon you How many joys havo breathed who think they are eighty years of age wealth both while being made and after up to you from the flowers and shone down They have not even entered upon their in- realization develop and sustain the proi to you from the stars and chanted to fancy for one must become a babe In pcrity of all The forward movement of a strong population with abundance of land you with the voice of soaring birds and Christ to begin at nlL Now tumbling cascade and booming sea and tages I do not know what your advan Â¬ and highly developed command by ma- Â¬ or disadvantages are I do not know chinery over the forces of nature must thunders that with bayonets of fire charged what your tact or talent is I do not know produce a state of society in which avcrago down the mountain side Jol Joy Joy If there is any ono who has a right to the whattty bo the fascination of your man Â¬ aad minimum comfort are high whilo enjoyments of the world it is tho Christian ners or tho repulsivencss of them but I special aggregations may bo enormous this There is for you my hearer a misfortune and vico being left out of ac- Â¬ for God has given him a lease to every knowto field culture a harvest to reap a tear to count thing in the promise All are yours Whatever nexus there is between wealth But I have to tell you that a man who esti- wipe away a soul to save If you havo mates his life on ca th by mere worldly worldly means consecrate them to Christ at one pole and poverty Ut the other can ba gratification is a most unwise man Our If you havo eloquence use it on tho side found only by turning tho proposition into life is not to be a game of chess it is not a that Paul and Wilbcrforcc used theirs if its converse misery at ono pole makes dance In lighted hall to quick music it is you havo learning put it all into the poor wealth at the other If the mass at ono not the froth of an ale pitcher it is not the box of the worlds suffering But if you pole should through any form of industrial settlings of a wine cup it is not a banquet havo none - of theseI neither wealth nor vice fall Into misery they would offer to auy rate the few wiso an opportunity to become rich witn intoxication and roystennir It j t he iIrtA nu i first step on a ladder that mounts into the courage mue witn which a you can en- Â¬ by taking advantage of them They would the disheartened frown with offer a large supply of labor at low wage skies or the first step on a road that plunges into a horrible abyss So that in whicn you may blast injustice a voice a high demand for capital at high rates of this world we are only keying up tho harp with which you may call ihe wanderer interest and a fierce demand for land at back Oh you say that Is a high renU Pro II O Sumner in 1ojmlar of a rapture or forging the chain of a bond Â¬ very to God sanctimonious view of lire It is Sciaice Monthly age And standing before you td day with life on tho ono side and death on tho not It is the only bright vjew of life and Abut p Yet With Un - ether song on the one side and groaning it is the only bright view of death Contrast the deathscenO of a Tnan who The best men havo tho most sympathy on the other mansions on the one side and dungeons on the other Heaven on tho ono has measured life by tho worldly standard with the blighted and bad world Tho side and hell on the other I put to you the with the death scene of a man who has higher we ascend in character the more measured lifo by the Christian staudard true and tender becomo our human symquestion of the text How old art thou Towards what destiny are you tending and Quinn the actor in his last moments said pathies The world from which good men 1 hope this tragic scene wilfsoon be over are pushed away receives them back as how fast are you getting on toward it unspeakable ministers of comfort Wo Again I remark that there aro many and I hope to keep my dignity to the last who estimate their life on earth by their Malherbe said in his last moments to his feel that the man to go to for fresh incen- Â¬ sorrows and misfortunes Through a great confessor Hold your tongae Your tive in our struggles with base desire for many of your lives tho plowshare hath miserablo style puts me out of concoit with hope in discouragement for strength in Lord Chesterfield in his last times of extremity for sympathy in tho Rone very deep turning up a terrible fur- Â¬ Heaven row You have been betrayed and mis- Â¬ moments when he ought to havo been hour of trial for consolation in the hour of represented and set upon and slapped by praying Tor his soul bothered himself sorrow is the man most above us in loving about the proprieties of tho sick room and obedience to his Lord Ha knows best impertinence and pounded by misfortune Give Dayboles a chair The brightest life must have its shadows said Godfrey what wo fdiould be in purity and courage and the smoothest path Its thorns On tho Kneller spent his last hours on earth in In hope and trust Ho knows best that happiest brood the hawk pounces No es- drawing a diagram of his own monument God made us for these things Ho can best Compare the silly and horrible departuro make us sec ourselves as we shall bo in tho cape from trouble of some kind While glorious John Milton was losing his eye-Â¬ of suchinen with the seraphic glow on the promised land of the soul He beyoud all sight he heard that Salmaslus was glad of face of Edward Paysonas he said in his others can win his way to our hearts He Tho breezes of Heaven beyond all others can lead us forth in cour- Â¬ it whilo Sheridans comedy was bing en- Â¬ last moments fan me I float in a sea of glory acted in Drury Lauo Theater Cumberland Or ageous pursuit of Christian manhood In Bis enemy sat growling at it in the stago with Paul tho Apostle who said in his last our baffled aspirations after purity we seek of Joseph not box while Bishop Cooper was surrounded hour lam now ready to be offered up the friendship Gordon Iffore of Solomon Jlev George E Harvard Uniby the favor of learned men his wife took and the time of my departure is at hand havo fought the good fight I have kept versity his lexicon manuscript the result of a long I life of anxiety and toil and threw it into tho faith Henceforth there Is laid up for Dont Sell Yonr Sunday me a crown of righteousnesi which the the fire Tho working classes can not sell their Misfortunetrialvexation for almost every Lord my righteous Judge will give me Sunday without selling that which is one Pope applauded of all the world has Or comparo it with the Christian death bed vitally essential to their physical and mor- Â¬ you witnessed in your own household tal well being Society can not compel o a stoop in the shoulder that annoys him so that much that he has a tunnel dug so that he Oh my friends this world is a false god allow men to sell the time of the Sunday stay go unobserved from garden to grotto It will consusno you with the blaze in and hope to preserve for all classes that and from grotto to garden Cano the fa which it accepts your sacrifice whilo the measure of industrial independence mornous Spanish artist is disgusted with the righteous shall be held in everlasting re- tal as well as physical which is necessary crucifix that the priest holds before him membrance and when tho thrones have in order that men may bo fit for citizenbecause it is such a poor specimen of cult- fallen and the monuments have crumbled ship in a free State Let the Sundays of ure- And bo sometimes through taste and and the world has perished they shall ban- Â¬ laboring men bo legally sold to factories sometimes through learned menace and quet with the conquerors of earth and the and railroads or let the Sundays of Vusii ness men generally be surrendered sometimes through physical distress aye hierarch of Heaven This is a good day in which to begin a whether individuals will or not to the ia tea thousand ways trouble comes to new style of measurement How old art general lust for gain and the whole harass and annoy You see the Chrstian way of meas- Â¬ economy of modern life would soon settla And yet it is unfair to measure a mans lifo thou by his misfortunes because whero there Is uring life and the worldly way of measur into a hopeless grinding and most wasuv one stalk of night shade there aro fifty mari- - ing it I leave it to you to say which is the ful industrial slavery Men must reserve ncolds and harebells where there is one wisest and best way The wheel of time for themselves for their own uses physI va 4bAM MMt l J Aa ha3 turned very swiftly and it has hurled ical mental and moral and for their hona us on clfcit stray across the heavens the glory of year The old year has gone The new life this much at least of ttme if they are has come For what you and I have to remain freemen if they are to be any Pit and sky asleep ia their bosom Be-been launched upon it God only knows SMbLJoafVi anu inrl toolr vnnr child mm thing better than calculating machines in I Now 1st me ask you all t Have vou maa- - th office or hands in the shop Jfvrvm BKm lBA4lntlv foi trot alt th xxxu uimj uiiuju u ir Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ j Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ mu-u-i- I j Â¬ mr Â¬ lt te Â¬ lieved when he had finished his book and his happiest das were those just before his death During his whole sickness he never grew irritable or lost his temper He was the kindest man I ever knew and lie had a great love for Mrs Grant called him Ulys Â¬ his family ses and she was very fond of him He alwajs called her Mrs Grant and he was certainly one of the best of hus Â¬ Cleveland Washington Cor bands THE GRANT FAMILY An Interesting Chat with IlarrUon the Body Servant of the Late General Harrison tells me that Colonel Fred Grant is in business hi New York and that the family are living there Jesse Grant is in San Francisco and Ulysse is attending to the interests of his wifes estate in Mexico I asked him as to how Grant felt when he gave his relics over to the Government He replied that the General was very well pleased that the Government could get thum General Grant said he felt that they ought to be kept together and if thev wore divided among his family thev There was danwulil he scattered said Harrison that ger at the time the creditors of Grant Ward mMit take them and I remember well when I had finished packing them and told him that they were all ready for ship Â¬ ping how much relieved lie looked and I am very glad of it how he said But the taking away of those relics said Harrison made little difference in the looks of Grants house The room wero only hare for a day or two After that the were filled with things fully as curious and some almost as valuable I dont suppose any man ever received as many presents at General Grant Ho did not know what he had There were boxes upon boxes of rare and curious things stored away which had been shipped from Europe during his tour had never and some of which been unpacked A great many thing had been put away because he had ot room for them and these had wejjil gotten They were brought out after the relics were sent to Washington n I thought the house looked really better than ever When did General Grant first realize the fact of his approaching death It was at Dr Douglas office in New York He was alone with Dr Doaglas and myself Grant had just had an examination of his throat and hei ked Dr Douglas if he could a sure bin that his trouble would not develop 8ito i cancer Douglas told him that heeould not assure him of this fact but tint he hoped ho might be able to euro him lf you think General Grant then said thus Dr Douglas there is hope for me Soon after this Grants carriage fame and we went away As we drove off lie told me not to say any thing to the family as to what Dr Douglas hadsaid Throughout his whole sickness Gsneral Grants family never know how much pain he suffered From the time of his sickness till his death I was not two hours absent from him Many lights he would walk the floor all night When the family would ask him in the morn Â¬ ing how he had rented he would say pretty well and would try to appear He had the most terrible pain cheerful all the time and I dont think he had a moments cessation from pain during tho e la t months He felt greatly re- Â¬ I Â¬ FARM AND FIRESIDE Keep up the boiling for one hour when the c will be when broken light mealy and a most digestible arti- Â¬ cle of diet Americun Dairyman Doughnuts One cup sour milk one egg one cup of sugar one tea spoonful of salt two thirds tcaspoonful of cinnamon one tablespoonful of saloratus and flour to roll lloll thin cut in rings and fry in very hot lard Jloslon Bulletin Corn Hour makes tho best paste for scrap books Dissolve a small quantity in cold water then cook it thoroughly Be careful not to get it too thick When cold it should be thin enough to apply with a brush It will not mould or stain the paper The Household To prevent ivory knife handles from knife-blades-sta- o 3 -- S1 9 10 U 12 13 U IS 16 17 IS 19 30 21 2S 23 21 M 28 27 23 29 o s 111 Ills g 0 10 II 1213 11 17 18 19 20 21 2223 21 25 26 27 28 23J50 31 1 j Ei Statb Chemist Whxtams of Dela Â¬ ware sayaRed Star CouRa Cure Is a great discovery Publimea evcrTvhcro recommend St Jacobs Oil as tho greatest pain cure r JACOBS Oik FOR PAINS AND ACHES 116 -- Fib W 31 Max was created first Woman was cort oi recreation Baiton Trantcript MAGICAL CTOES Useless A Newark SU Hoboken N J I srsi taken with severe pains In my left shoalder and rlzht arm I used everything My arm was becoming srtihoai lmprotln of no usa tome 1 Anally tried St Jacobs HI and belore the first bottle was used 1 waa relieved as If by magic WILLI A JI HEKSEE Ann Cureil 6 7 12 3 4 5 itr 8 9 10 11 12 18 19 20 21 22 23 21 25 26 27 28 1 Such 2 3 4 g toil 6 7 8 9 10 II 12 1314 15 16 17 18 19 20 2122 23 2125 26 27 2S 29 30 31 April l 2 Oct 131115 1617 6 2 3 7 8 9 1011 1213 14 1516 17 18 1920 21 22 23 21 25 2627 28 29 30 31 set Consimr yourseir engaged for thl3 as the rinz said to tho diamond L 1 12 1314 15 1617 IS ID 20i21 22 2321 25 26 27 2S 29 30 11 4 5 G 7 8 910 S3 J 345078 9 101112 1513 13 14 19 20 21 22 23 26 27 23 29 1 17 18 24 25 Sir Boston Post In preparing fowls for tho show room sajs the Poultry Montlity give a diet of barley and buckwheat daily for tho morning vegetables and rice or corn meal b iled in milk for tho miil day meal and a full ration of whole wheat and sound corn late in the evening To this diet mav be added during the day a handful of sunflower seed and hemp seed which will prove hae- De i si 3 being cracked never let 4 5 6 7 8 910 5 6 7 6 910 11 in hot water as is sometimes done 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 II 12 13 14 15l6 17 18 19 2021 2212121 l2il 21 22 23 2425 to make them wash easily The heat 25 26I27J28 2913031 I26J2 28 29 SO JJj IIIIM expands the steel which runs into tho handle a very little and this cracks tho fnERS aro thirty thousand brass bands ivory Knife handles should never lie in this country That accounts for our ter in water A handsome knife or one rible wind storms JJotton Transcript m used for cooking is easily spoiled in LADIES MUSTACHES this way Albany Journal In common with clay calcareous Devices of Irctty Women for Itcmovliic What They Deem u llli mlih earth possesses the power of making IS V Letter sandy soils more close and firm and in A fringo on tbo upper lip is admirable common with sand the power of making to the Rirls as a masculine adornment but clay soils lighter or more open and no gcntlo ntaitlen likes to havo a mustache When sand and clay thus alter on her own Up at least not with tho rootmellow the texture of soils their operation is toward her At a certain ngosomo women Rijjna of hirsute altogether mechanical but calcareous begin to detect anil they scan growth upon their faces tho papers earth must exert chemical action in for advertisements of quaok preparations producing such effects as its power is for removing superfluous hair Siieo of far greater than that of either and or thcHO nostrums aro powerful acids which certainly take off the hair but too often Ar Y Jlerald clay tho skin A simple layer cake is made a disfiguring goes tooTo and leaves una scar meet tho follows Miv one cup of sugar with doubted doinnnd somo of thchair dresscra one cup of inalco n specialty in improving complexions butter the size of an v milk one well beaten eg and enough by tho old fashioned means of lather and Hour to make a rather still batter sift Â¬ razor In an up town hair dressing es- Â¬ tablishment is prlvato room ing one heaping teaspooufiil of baking this work and nI wns permitted devoted to to powder with the flour Hake in threo there whilo n French lady wasintrude being laercake pan For the filling mix shaved Tlte operator said her customers one cup of sugar with the juice and wero all brunettes with coarse black hair grated rind of a lemon three teaspoon The blondes never wero troubled with fids of corn starch mixed with a little muHtnchr s Tho greater number wero French Tho patron about to be operated water and a cup of hot water Boil upon laughingly admitted that the mus until thick and spread on the cakes tache was almost a national badge and Â¬ - ft 12 19 I5IC17 2223 2125 26 29 3031 8 4 11 18 2 3 9 10 - J C 13 I 7i lf H nn 20 21 27 28 -- I 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 1P20 21122 23 21 25 26 27 2829 30 31 3 4 5 6 7 6 9I0 11U2 13 1115 16 17 1819 20 21 2223 24 25l26 27 28 29 30 2345678 9 - 12 l Trie original color mav do restored to gray hair by using Halls Uair Ronower Import in feuddea colds Ayers Cherry Pectoral Is equally effective in lung troubles Crazy with Toothache and Cured CoIIlacsvood X y I was nearly rraxr u ltl toothache and tried everTthln I Ihonht would cure mr wlthcnt HKMir SAMUEL The latest vrrlrklc that in the tails ot your overcoat Xeur Haven Aim tha IarU Sewer Is possible for a short timo to the robust but tho majority of refined pei sons would prefer immediate death to existence in their reeking atmosphere How much moro revolting to b in ones self a liviiwj teipfr But this is actually tho caso with those m whom tho inactivity of tho liver dritvs tha refuse natter of tho body to escape through tho luugs breath the pores kidneya and bladder It is astonish ing that life remains in such a dwelling Dr Fiorcos Golden Medical Discovery restore normal purity to the system and renews the whole beng In lf relief Houzht a bottle or St Jacobs Oil saturated a raz with It lied It to mjr face and la tao hours the pain lrftiae JR Pains in the Shoulder Cared Csnilohirle V Y I was awsVeaed at midnight with seTrrsj pains in my left shoulder I bad lelt my otEe witn mr head turned to one lde I bonzht a bottle of St Jacobs Oil anl it worked Ilk mslc in three hoars ail pain had ceaed V I COOK Kdltorof Courier AVOGELE1 CO THECHAllLKS Baltimore M1 PSBRCOUGIICUBJ 1TEK ritOM OriATES AND POISON respects Some men never pay any thing but their Tid MUs TllrTIUIMv SAFE SURE PROMPT PElGGlttTS AT irlrltlllialtimnrfyld 25fe AMt najkLias The last of bis race the distanced horse Merchant Traveler One of the test fricnd3 to the foultry yard is the very effective Bone Mill adver- Â¬ tised bv Wilson Bros Easton Pa Tho ono we have gives entire satisfaction Grind up the offals or bone and till the egg bfiskct THIS NEW YEAR Finds us as forty or moro new years past hare found n still In the Held and at the front of th music publishing business We offer soma It will pay Choice Music Books amone which are to bo found the following which teacher amateurs and othors will do well to ex Â¬ amine Epitaph on a bad cook Outof the TiJ Bih the tire and unreliable decoctions The busiest poet will havo his idyl moments Detroit Frt Prtst Is auil others Price J11U A splendid collection of classic vnral music A large book sheet ranMa The Cost of Ignorance size beautifully printed and bound and containing Absence of knowledge of tho fact that about Su carefully selected Kerns snitable for aU physical and mental weakness indigestion kinds of voices Many of the soncs aro favorites on impure blood and sick headache can bo the programs of the best concerts The maslo la not difficult averted bv Dr Harter3 Iron Tonic costs millions of money annually for uncertain Young Peoples Illustrated History Isy 1 C Macy lYice 1100 Contalnlns short blocrnphies of famous musicians and n condensed unil Interesting history of music from the earli- Â¬ est days to tho present time All persons young orold will enjoy the book Portraits accompany Song Classics fzSgVSSSTSSU of Music Pieasaxt Wholesome Speedy for coughs tho sketches Halos Uonev of Horehrund and Tar Young Peoples Classics Pikes Toothache Drops Cure in one minute lar colluctlonof tho best music in TVnrx the ground is frozen solid Uotton rot to be a hard winter TnK TrocfM ments fnfk easy arrange Â¬ Â¬ fel highly advantageous toward heighten ing the color of comb and wattle- - and giving a rich gloss to the plumage Flour Pudding One quart of sweet milk wet and stir siinothly into a little of this cold milk six tablespoon fuls of flour When the rem tinder of the milk boils stir in this wet flour boil ten minutes more and set away to cool When old a Id the well buten yelk- of six eggs then the white- - which have lioon beaten to a foam that will pile up now beat this into the cold pudding until it all look even and light U ike another half hour and serve hot with the sauce mentioned abve This sauce is excellent on plain boiled rice plain bread or Indian puddings The Caterer Â¬ Â¬ J Leader SELF EMANCIPATION How Onit of Ne Yorks Ollileil Youths UnlprlllPil IIU MhiiIioimI Here is a true incident which we con Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I 1 wy Bats I r 4 Â¬ m - - - 1 Â¬ Â¬ iir I Â¬ Â¬ mend to the consideration not only d boy but of the fathers of boys vn a tnck broker in New Mr P His only son Phil was born to York the expectation of vast wealth and hence dawdled idly through college and studied a little law as an amuse--meHis real training was a1- - a society man At twenty two he could lead the german admirably was au authority on womens gowns and hats knew better than any other gos ip in town which of the girls were lly ami which were likely to catch the big fish in tho nut His father was in rimonial pond his dainty speech Old Check signer his sister the best groomed yearling filly in the field Hed read nothing but the latest He magazine and rcrf dc sociclc never voted scarcely knew who was President and took no interest in the great problems of national importance with which other men wore struggling His ole concern in life was the last cut in coat- - and anxiety as to which balls or receptions he should attend next week On Mack Friday Mr P lost even dollar of his fortune and died soon afterward Phil was almost penniless He made his way to Colorado and took up land built a hut and lived in it At bottom there was good manly stuflin Pain loneliness the great the lad silent mountains about him brought it out Xo meals at Delmonicos had ever tho relish of the flapjack and bacon which he cooked himself after a hard nt HOW TO JUDGE SKEEP Shin ivl Somo of the Irincipal lotnt ilence of lloixl On illtlc t Purity of blood is imaluable espe- Â¬ cially in the male slice as he is chiefly to be relied on when crowing or improving the breed is desired The En glish downs are considered the best for producing first class mutton while the nierinoes are remembered for producing the finest wool The principal points sought for in seeep are those that give evidence of their fattening properties a straight back broad loins roundness of body aro valuable points A good formed animal is one with pfenty of flesh evenly put on and as little bone The following gives re Â¬ as possible quirements for mutton sheep Head moderately fine nostrils wide eyes Â¬ Â¬ laying her head back upon the rest com posed her features for tho ordeal Thcro was a high foot rest in front of the chair but it did not appear to bo required on A napkin was this occasion tucked under her chin and the op erator applied a quantity of shaving cream or lather squeezed out of a tinfoil tube instead of being mixed in a cup with a brush A little gentle rubbing with the ends of the lingers softens tho skin and the hair on the lip the operator refraining from re marks upon the weather or elections during the process which imparted a weird unnatural air to the whole performance Iho barber then deftly stropped a small thin short bladed razor with a pearl han dle seized tho victim gently by her pretty nose and began to shave tho lip with a quick but delicate touch In shaving ladiei she remarked it is necessary to avoid scraping the skin so as not to roughon the surface or cuttitig against the grain for that causes the hairs lo draw back under the surface get curled there and produce pimples If calluw youths would take the same caro their adolescent complexions would be better After the sliiix e the lather was earcfully washed out of the pores with toilet water and a preparation was applied to hide tho bluish lingo that tho too luxurious growth of bristles would otherwise give the upper lip The patron was then permitted to es cape without being told that she needed a shampoo or that the hair was gotting thin on the top of her head and she ought to uso tonic A lady with n good healthy gvow- - h of inustachu requires the attention of her hair dresser once or twice a week Â¬ Â¬ In the disorders of tin throat Price act directly on tho organs of tho voice Thoy havo an extraordinary effect 25 Timo it l BromiU wlth it ls apt Piano Classics ftiSSSL The Royal Singer 5ycenrsVcFwmlinrtnB1 School and Choir Book Sand for our Catalogue of Mctlc Books OLIVER C II Ditson-DITSON V Bronchial cts 0 BOSTON Co MT Broadway New York The men who marry most frequently for money are the ministers Philadelphia Call m Dr AVm Uolla Italaasa for the lonca Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ This is the poets description of a woman whose physical system wt3 in a perfectly sound and healthy state with every func- Â¬ tion acting properly and is tho cnviablo condition of it3 fair patrons produced by Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription Anj Her face to fair a Ceti It cemed not Hut heavenly portrait of bricht ancl hue Clear in tho ly without n blame or blot Thruush coodly 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come to somo men when Pinkham As freqncntlT tho ith mother they get married and they dont mind it a who have rearedIslarge families Icase w been 3 great have lit sufferer for years from complaints incident to mar ried life I havo tklll H months treatment for Vie Pisos physicians and the tried the many of a numbr ot virtue of medicines with Â¬ Pajinudy for Catirru Sold by druggists out relief and as nn experiment I concluded to try jonrs I can atanrc you that the Lentils I hav Ir you cat bond cheese and ox tail soup derived from it came not because of any faith I bad in it for I liad bat tlibt hope of any perma Â¬ you make both enJs meet Jloosier TT lS Â¬ DOWNS 4t tJctvJL The smart Dog of Maine pvtnthrop Mc IudeetJ Dr Ps business called him out of town over night leaving his sister alono at home as housekeeper In tho afternoon a lady friend called and during the conver sation remarked Aro you not afraid o Oh no remain here alone over night the sister replied not as long as 1 havo Now Flashs bed was Flash with me in tho cellar and at tho usual timo in tho evening ho was accustomed to take a drink of water and retire On this occasion however the sister found Flash tying in tho hall up stairs close by the door of her room and there he remained until morning though not another word had been spoken on the subject but the remark above Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ H rS nent good I am not a seeker after notoriety bnt tcant to tell you that J have been wonderfully benefitted by your medicine 1 am now using my fourth bottle and It would take tmt little argument topersnadc me that my health ia fully restored I should like to widely circulate the fact Of ltt wonderful curative lowers IHEBA C ItOOP nresriBKarccrsTTTHisrJTiTTOc nui-stt-c- Sfe Combining IK0S with PDKE V EG ETA II LB TONICS quickly and completely CLEANSES and KNUIUIKS THE DLOOD Quickens tho action of the Liver and Kidnfjs Clean tha complexion makes the skin nmoolh It do not injure the teeth cause headache or produce ITTERS OTHER IEOV MEDICINES DO every here recommend U THE OHLT TROS IRON TONIC peculiar tothsir mt will find I A f 8 healnUAUIELOspeedy cure VABTKRclearIBOX inDR Gives a TONIC a af and thy complexion Frequent attempt at counterfeit lnx only add to th Phjiiciins aad Drscguts days work He suddenly awakened to the interests about him the raising of great herds of cattle the mining for gold the moving of vast crops the building of railways across the continent The man developed in body and mind Ho began too to keep step with the active pushing live men who are conquering the wilderness of the great Northwest He is now a man of fotce and sound sense with broad grave liberal views taking part in all the work whioh will advance the West U he remembers Â¬ prominent ears broad moderately long thin and covered with short hair collar full from breat and shoulders taper Â¬ ing gradually all the way to where the back and head join neck hort thick and strong and free from coarse und loose skin shoulders broad and full and at the same time join so gradually to the collar forward and the chine backward a- - not to leave the least hollow in either place fore legs the mutton on the arm or fore thigh hould come quite to the knee leg with heavy bone and upright clear from superfluous skin should stand out square and well apart breast broad and well forward keep Â¬ ing the legs wide apart girth or chest full and deep fore flank quite full not showing hollow behind shoulder back and loin broad flat and straight from which the ribs must spring with a fine circular arch Belly straight on under line quarters long and full with mut- Â¬ ton quite down to the hock hock should stand neither in nor out but straight twist or junction insidethe thighs deep wide and full witc a broad breast will keep the legs open and upright the -- A Colored Trenchers A Iervcnt Prayer Chicago Interiorl well known minister was sent South from New Jersey a fow years ago to a bor among the colored people Thoy re- Â¬ ceived him with many demonstrations of joy and at the first meeting which ho held ono colored preacher prayed with O Lord bless groat earnestness thus dis ycr dear brudder whats come down from do Norf to preach do Gospil to us Noint him wid do kerosene ile ob salva 1 S Grnbb St SIR J A OSEEM Columbut Ohio I bars boca troubled with humur In my bluod fortheUt poteujuri Icouldcet noth Â¬ ing to reiiera me until I n l Ilroant Irua Hitlers which has ben fited mo rreitljr JIBJW Holland SanJaskj aOhio Mrs I hive ued Bruwns Iron HiUrrf blood purifier with enod insults inU cberrtnH recommend L CKAt W llLACKMin67MntorATe Mr Clere UQ1 Ohio uj 1 utd Hrons Iron Bitters for mr hlnnd It remored the blotches froraxaj Itxn and neck and hu oompletl curt me Mias Eiou Habtmm AUentown Pa tars Mr blood was Tery thin and watery and I bream weak and languid Alter lung lour bottle of Browns Ircn Bittrs I an entirely restored to health and itrecfth and cheenuUjr recommend it un u sC Will purify the BLOOD reru lata too LIVER ana KIDNEYS and Kcsnostc the HEALTH andVIO OR of YOUTH Drspepiaaw or Appetite JniigtlouLacKoi Dirensw ana iirra reeling to tolately cored- - Bones mas new Cles and nerves reci force Enlisena tee mina and soDDliea Brain Poster - uinnlalt Â¬ hun and set hira on Hro has above Trade Msrk and rrcod red line on wrapper Take no other Madecnlrby ItUOWN CIIHMltAL CO UALT1MOKL MD popularity of the oririnsl DO not experiment cet the Ostars an AXD DIET Dr HARTEfVS I IVP PILLS flick Coranlalnt anil Cure CcnsupatlonIJ Headache Sample Dos and Dream Bookfl lmatled on receipt of two cents Is post- THEDRHARTER MEDICINE COMPANY St Louis Ma i tit BV J THE MARKETS LIVE STOCK Cattle CommonR 00 d a 3 ff 4 Choice Butchers A LIMITED OFFER 4 GREAT CHANGE riptlon to the Yrcalj Rochester N Y for brNos ember VyHBjrtpV 7Ii the finest fnrieil and most dcrsble Psrr m Â¬ Â¬ Cincinnati Jan 05 SO Home Amprkui KuralIf subscribed premium HOGS Common Good Packers SHEEP Oood to Choice FLOU It Family UKAIN Wheat No 2 red x yfi Corn So 3 mixed No a mixed OatHAY Timothy No 1 TOHACCO Medium Leaf - 3 M Ci t 20 4 40 Hi 4 TO 3 75 fC t 50 3 35 ft a C3 S3 S dh hi 31 at - 11 00 eao fill SO -toou Leal PROVISIONS Pork Mes ft 7 CO 8 ar 13 oJ whole body should be covered with wool of a close texture of good length and fine quality Practical Farmer m Â¬ the puerile trifling man milliner who led the german in fashionable Fifth avenue houses a few years ago it is with a blush of shame How many manly American boys tho sons of wealthy hard working fathers are sinking into the puny aimless life of men of society in our large cities The jrrcat West with its countless op-Â¬ portunities its scope sts vast interests develop strong helpful men out of un- Â¬ promising material The bane the antidote are bth before them Thev should consider well before the- - thooso between them Youth s Companion An Insect Tramb A supposed house fly parasite Hypo pus muscarum has been found bv a French naturalist P Megnin to be in reality no parasite preying upon the flys body but simply the common cheese mite Tyroylyphus sexo availing itself of the first means of transportation to new sources of food supply The creature with a remarkable power of adaptation to environment becomes greatly changed on attaching itself to the fly or other animal but assumes its original form and multiplies rapidly on reaching suitable feeding grounds This discovery explains how fresh cheese can become infected with mites even when carefully placed on a shelf away from all suspected sources of contaminÂ¬ Cooking Food for Cattle Prof Wallace has been urging the He u e of cooked food for cattle quotes the experience of a feeder in the eastern countries who adopted the system of soaking the fodder with hot water The dry fodder which may be wheat barley or oat straw is chaffed anil laid out in a heap on a good level floor ami the concentrated food mixed with it Hot water is then thrown over the pile until the water begins to ooze out at the base The gentleman referred to who used wheat and barley straw fed 103 fat bullocks and oG young cattk for about fifteen weeks on an average The labor was not much increased and the boiling of the necessary water took only about 2J hundred weight of coal per week His report is that he never had animals do so uniformly well Jjondon Eng Cor Country Gentlemen Blue Catfish as Game All my life I have taken great delight in fishing and have had the pleasure of landing many of the game fishes of our Among those which hava waters furnished the most sport is the blue or channel cat Of all the fish that I ever hooked it makes the hardest fight for its life It differs from them in that thevleap out of the water and when struck rush through it with their mouths open to conquer thus making it much and land them while the catfish takes the hook in its mouth and starts for the bottom of the stream or lake with a vim that will test the tackle of the best expert I have had more real spot t with ft Laru l 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STEVENS fcOTHO CLEVELAND WASHINGTON D C ILL DKTBOIT MICH-- SO COCKLES THE GBEAT He s fZe CUBES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS BtttConjrhByrop Tastes kockL Use in time soiu by drujijiists Corn Mixed Oats mixed - MoZHSlliTI HI S3 30i W 00 LOUISVILLE 2 FLOUR A No 1 GRAIN Wheat No Corn mixed Oats mixed PORK Mess LARD Steam red 12 00 - i4 38H S f6 31 50 TOHACCO Common Lugs Mcdinm Leaf Good Leaf l 23 360 CUO it I3 M 7 75 1 For Lirer Indirection etc Free from Mercury contains omy Pure Vezctable Ingredients Agent C1IAS X CRITTEJSTON JfEW YOKE 10IV jPWlUllinU PILLS snoasnsn nnr ENGLISH REMEDY JintnesarArwri jFtr II sssssssssssssVfl SSSSHSnsaTV iCessLeyatcrSkcna ssaas 75 Lm niV A8 Is a peculiar medicine Is carcfullr prepared from Earfaparilla Dandelion Mandrake Dock Plpslswiwa Juniper llcrrles and other well known and valuable TORPtnblo remedies by a peculiar combination proportlqn and proce RlTlog to Hoods Sarsaparilla curative power not possessed by other medicines Hoods Sarsaparilla It ssWNOUTII DAKOTA MONTA NV IIA110 WASHINGTON as OREGON he Free- Gaversuaent Lutla ad Law I rlee Railroad Lands In th THE BESTÂ¬ PaelSe Country TIMGRAZING AGRICULTURAL BER LANDS NOW OPEN TO 8ETTLEK FREE Address HAIIXB 3Q XiAXSBOZUr C Lm4 Cent X P R K T PAUL MESH vox RiftC dcswriblac MINNESOTA IIIX rablleatlana with trm marry Jtmnm Patent K Mnt more made In keeplnr Also POWER MILLS and FAKJC BIIXJS1 circulars and Testimonials sen on application WILMOX BKQ8 Essatost Paw v7Trma FREHCH DECORATIVE ART riaquet Lampshades etc Can not be detected froa hand painting Easily applied Send for prlce UM and full dlrectlons7H01TFJstM Mialst Btreet Ctssclnturtt WUas per month and cocnty Salary lnrre commission on sales It preferred ueooti Everyone buys Outfit and narUfolan Pre New method of deeoratlaic Sllkt Satins Vase evBs52T2yS3 WE WANT YOU leynwenexpense every oa la employment to or BtAKDAKD BTLVKBWAIiB CO B0SIYHT 1 1S WESTERLY GRANITE Gfl Â¬ Â¬ la the best blood purifler before the public cfer eradicates every Impurity and cures Scrofula Salt Rheum Bolls rimple all Humors Dyspepsia Biliousness Sick Headache Indigestion General Debility Catarrh Rheumatism Kidney and Liver complaints overcomes that tired feeling creates ma appetite and builds up the system Hoods SarsaparillaIt Office 10 West 23rd Street New York City Contractors for all kinds of Building and Mono mental wortc in fienuinc Wester and other high trade Granites Uireet Importers of Polished Col- Â¬ umns Pilasters and Monuments In the Celebrated Heotrh Re Granite Estimates prom ptly furnished X QUARRIES AKD WORKS WESTERLY K 7ETSRHEA1 Scotland f TsTTMrrr3Eii Wb iccirrt mim ton MACasUlTKsl nssBsttaamstCflsTntfli 4 TUllea tor snaains tuts Iloocs MiiMBa rXothrnall forBI J 1KCT JE P ATTEH3is CO and RDO LAMITtBlL TOLXSO OI mmA jWwstnfl YtW TfrnssL - A 41J a -- i3C the strike to tht landing net and requires longer to A lake in Forest County D Trose two feet lately without any risible bring it to hand than any other of f weight Fowl and 8trwrn mmds of support ation Arkansaw 2ravclcr It is full of fight from it than with any other fish I cvr tackled - met peculiar and unparalleled success Euch has become Its popularity In Lowell Vast whera It Is made that whole neighborhood taking tt at the tame ttme Lowell dractlst aro Mil more of Hooda Sarsaparilla than of all otno tArsararlllat or blood puriflers tIslxiorlS So by drajtlsts Prcpnred only by ClHOODCO home Apothecaries Lowell Mast Hoods Sarsaparilla Eat at 100 Dot On Dollar thoroughly taught by mall Circulars CLlfcGK JJuBSUo A V tree BCINE hand etc I llfsHP STUDY Book keeping Business Forms Penmanship Arithmetic Short II rlMlwl U llrlDII U C Â¬ A BiaffFAKWIXTSLT TBK EM 1 1 BAT Not a particle pln nr self denial Psr when rnred Handsome book I free PB C J WKATUKBBT Kansas City Mo ill MIK t J EaWl Opaaj IB wBanjtiBd WaTettetitCprtce llstrs erevvKolesaeaijrt reiatl Strehl Cn Co Thotw who caa not attendance ran fears avail themselves of Home treatment appliance and curative sent fwM only Send atamp for circular M Broadway N T A TO Line not under Samples worth Writs the horses tec FREK cesunTia Hinani aijan bm rjaJOnTS for Bala rVWIad sTeaHU wcHlya sartTeta City and ctroniynooiniBaj saiir tor stamp AlVHX lKyiJB vrasnsaaTan ssna namnr a ssvaanam a ssaaamap Wmam nara and i -Sttftatloaj I nUF I HUt mans method personal ssssni lasnaJl J 5 1T tun fcsnlflssrrB M Jwti nia wit wnUTALmrgsaimmu irjValsh aTCbJefo FARMS pionr Jamtt Hirer r iMastrateavircuiarrrnn HAHCRi ClsmsslssTn Tau In Claretnoat 111 ANK E WMEX VrHTTiNS T AMTZKTiTK ItXAMm state that yna saw tha l li frfi u raLwf A fr IM A y v -- i -- V s L it r fn 4- t 1 1 - - ihe Liphi of outer lhj wSJbSsWP HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS BarriPRtown Braw during hism ma A correirtmleut of the New York KY UICKMAN ranie survey oi luna a returned tho foot Timts wti es about tho marvels of the DRUGGISTS ATIB AGAIN ElTATED alowIy of Korauna and asct ided it slnnm J p THAT GRKAT SjTJRPLUS Hirfat drawlsome cornier wis wLtill That is the richest man who portion to a heighth of r100 feet ovuniHiiLiouoR oriesTiON l tween the Menlo Park man - ot to dav DEXLEa IN A Tiie enormous amount of mnijovi least 100 lioKNsk wants the the level of tlio Ben lietuwn tb and the orceater man ot thirty years accumulating in the United States That a million of dollars will not est iHiut he reached and the foot of tlio go At that time pilgrima were suuniisKs tjieS w and American Marbie great perpendicular portion whiob Treastuy is exciting the earnest buy i ray ot sunshine as pilgrim made to Worcester Mas tjiiiiriir rv n iii rcfal is to ered above is a band of thick forebt ages re now made to Menlo Park and MONUMENTS TOMB AND GKAVE f altirit or the most That the greatest of faults peo wie groat vail of rock for tin anie iMiiKiiih up h Theih iiRisSsaro agitated again ne A reat diaeovery of nunc ple in and out of Coiijrrev STONES I j I i i 2000 feet in heighth he could sej that had been made by which wster was con t inourui some iMjuor question linglite Rnll he done wih it i1 forest covered its top and that ij placer verted into gas at a ni re nominal ex- received a fine lot of Amer ago Judge Pr or of the jtl tir nues eouies from the Uullei on its Bidea all he Vhi small trees or abrubl Italian Marble I am preaial a jure white light of great HAVING M unit of AiiiiMii 1 I I r triiiM- - nf Wided that iJWL iiir imxi ii- could Raiu a hold there thev clm Tll irilliancy attained The primary agent pared to fill all orders Call and examine i I I u in ii n1 hl imff ife woie exerupt tunltr ThjU Mjhuseln h oven ncvei pigantic cliff ittelf w couiKsed of beds in the discovery lite that of Menlo oar work annuilly etimnlatihjj rdcrs from the country promptlj Bnfplns the hpuilo M tiie jamHit j1 ls of the tune hanging oi wnue pica aim reti bauutonea inter Part vras dynamo electricity The inions bedded with layers of red ahale tlie ventors residence x rural homp itood fild NMto eiMjse Inr PclliUil wins- - iuV un hu hntitc StittVponIil renlUv fiiimrin the ray26 o the v j r tjic wpr 00li thing- - of whole rehting on a great bed of red isoUtol in green field of lawn In aii for Ts toll what Hhouhl he done aSont it diorite The length of Rorauna is about front of Ins door nn ordinary gas post This was jht- nold of no fit rther ood eight or ten miles Kuleuam is pcrhapt andjantern was erected and from the iiiil with one voice all would Rai vtotury n- ihelmjr m SAVE IjONEY lUHit jJS ht- ie the taxes cease to edleet m fessen tljinn hs lularger and tho area of Illebeapcnr is cer burner thereof i sued wi ysfc Miinof MMJs tTrotlclit e n be a sew- tainly more extensive Litat a any mpre from the jKMipIo than is I It 13 impossible minous as the sun Entering ths hou e eeo er tite iieeise thlUVn er i r a ir arn ot pure water nc to view this wonderful group of moiuj the halls and roonn from cellar to attic al Wo aro Wholesale Hadquarters lor ni tinlfy needed Q on of eourt t tains without realizing fiat tar back hj were Hooded with the wine effulgence It Re ems Hmt m coitlin to ih iim e Lit il cuiiiiiiuii miipi iv ii ooks of the world thn formed pai Ami there too as at Menlo 1ark caswiis tho youth Jstst Iiecisiaiuie That what n man crets or noth- - of an arehijielago in e Hiic snme rnl6 ouLht to antilv i tobacco d cisass w ieal sean Thr crowds of scienti-t-- j and laymen were in quireil drujrjriststo pay tie it he ts r anil t to valiu at jus they are wellwoodd audvuteredisma hi Federal Government d dicusing the wonderful and will job to deik M only t Factory pccuiis v e ut waetherwiusKv is Jllinllt ttilU v utlrt ltbl believe aiue lentlta of the peo- On an pricen ato the vrtaiii by visible trees and the enormon jiWnoai n they witnessed Ki fJitrpoMn That we otsen unluilitiie Oroi waterfall which pours at hist from ltor rxnineni t a fourth of a mile distant irrepeettye of party wonid in o s sinxuei u Meuis i t m i utu1 A graml view of tin cataract wx was the laboratory of tho inventor tho r reduce the taxes ami stop tx-----of fsite wit h our bam s V i als o keep a tew lay rtjpp ami u lllI0W obtained by Baningtoi Brown from tie upper sfjry of which represented an j I lie bet in the market uiwa kn is enormous increase m iiiine went into electi octagon lantern an I here wan wain- - constantly on htnd a choice of a cave luhabitv d 1 ty guathar Tiiilnt on nfeiHih of itii i t iiiit- - tnontu c M is not neeueo in U cimeii a tt -- pteuiJier umts ana snuaiou ijn icet auve tli L tamen angui mai uiumiuaieu tueoun- - olraiMily iroccru ill ontectioiicrit 10 post noliiin lnl netirYithinJl sell very low And vit Watoa VI06IIP1 11 But unlike Fruits bhicb we level of the sea Though the dear ai f r for miles around i1P Or the idH tho cash Pie ue call and nee ns k W as this 1 VU p ait u proposition a dV Menlo Park there was no ponderous mosphere wasdlstiuctlvible rU S CQTUA iiiticrtjnu inmi- That the easiest way to Otitwi tanco of thirtv miles the white thread of eteam enpiae operating a massive occult tho Congress Of tlie tTuted mate license that the watrrwall the Indians said it waa j mfchanism to develop electricity Six the world is to et it States still refuses to even eon- to the County js NtP the head of a branch of the Cotinga or eight permanent magnets a ones- than yiit are der nuv kind of a hid to reduce sP0Mr oCiee and Pjniya license Ot Saddlery aijd j ttM p ran be to -- vation reater river but it is morv jrobably the head ponding number of helices a trmn oflMMeni clock work and a wcichtof bout riftyo llie Caroni abran h of the Orinoko 100 or lsy thotnaelve liable to p tniLT than the stODpin HWZP iilajol v of the Kepubli- - V This trophical Rtaubbach is probably ttQ pound together with two gla s jars nuon Tlvc notifieition was ry over l 11Uoakl JllU loseti I i fusr to vote for a rednc- enns is attHa wffW bout fifteen gallons cpschy constihi wu consentment t e low VI referring to FARRIS e time 0f C018idu ablo bullc TtoMated the generator tion liccause they argue that a a iacii wiit uuvieijt3c est hovel it mure Ot a pnlaie than diiY of Eoraima is2CG0 feat in height aemoranda made at the time now ution le ssens the m jo the loftiest mansion without it lt iQ over the upper hulf of which it fell Iuq capacity of the generator was eqm ocA soa St opposite Courier OOi e en etrtron- niauafaetnrcrs mdMrM a line Th tl vhiU flw ir nrdcT iolcopit en their iro uninrd to bliplumb lope and then descended uXn jlhe maintaining of 300 burners e - - - AT 11ICKMAX u tf outward the ht i rinHl V drngg sfs compuii ii i tlie powei 3000 feet to the Mtllev below remainirw n00 candle photometric rata ureir tlte ptope misw loniHH slopes at ad the oat of construction nboui the A WELLdctccteJ tock of Patblti B ana llt not oiC of MiPSS com- - 0f r V V an angle of 45 deer f l We furnish hundreds homes yearly with fine Pianos and Organs and the taxes to put moie money 11 trues and being tew Admitting water to be co tie work made to order neilSC allow aibtoniera to pay in small monthly or quarterly payments bn rest of lno f11 is biltion U tquat to OUUOU cauaien coum be n troaijit ttteniion given 10 no inputs of music of wbieh a Hinle folie The invincible attraction of tla tumect tor a year on the Interest of taOO A tmnonty ot th I pelted to do poantry need Vi Zi E 2 A I K iJf Viie lingers informed a re diseordiuit string destroys the curious Savanna rmo of island moin- - Ihe writer cRys that he has seen hduous party Savor a retac Ketmbhean u the Comnieieiul last aweetuess porter tains to naturalists am from the lnrf- iii u ooch noi compare in of itnr kind He has Jecurel the services Bii and brilliancy tiou but want it made by taking that if the jaw- were en That tlio path of life is beset cchsiibility This should not bo undx- - economyof Worcester with the water of that weH known and excelttnt work- Â¬ tho tax off of whisky sugar and eeniu and the druggists reijuired light las and coal man Uncle Bob farriss which of itself is with thorns and they who are not ktocd as tho mere desire to excel oth ra ninr foreed xtobaceo v avjiK licence not one third afraid to eneounter them ma in a feat of climbing but a the hoi stocks wereon seriously disturbed and i guarantee of good and faithful work tho new discovery ran iiv fin or n rfiifmiimi ItV r the tliat some lvhes of tho mammalian lfe speculation a pi 2 1 iiiorii i n io BO 01r ilinn ii in l rather tho rare flowers that glow of tlie so called miocene twriinl nsj high How and when the water lipht w onbi have to cease handlin ngnSof between have survived on these isolatod attitud s went cut dim memory faintly refuiea Ut MnT ii any shape cut olT from nil cominiiiiifution with he to be certain about Seriou explosions mmonU votes with the KepnoiHung moung worhL If any of be hopes of final success then the inventor CO UN SHOW cans Jtgaint this idea favorug inammtds live upon thni prostrated on a bed of dicknesj and tbeo mioceno Fuankfout Dee 27 1SSC theplao of taking it off whisky WHAT CONUKESS WILL DO no more when the sea washed over their bass Special designs Rosewood Ebontzcd Walnut and Mahoganv Cases Sir And so between them the j It 5s the descendants of those animals nsy expected that any np To ft Fanners of Kentucky ESTEY SIION I NGEIl and H A MILTON ORGAS made to order peojde mas- conttnue to pay the ropriljoll biu wm be ready for LaJrl B cL With the view of directing the exist there still as tlie lemurs exist inThe mombers of a young Jades do For Choice stvlea of Orgnns for the Sitting Room Library and Hall Madagascar and a whole family of mxtaxes AT particulars address bating society in Troy havo decided in IliCKHAN VWIUKltlUklMO lir the Seiinti tliis attention of the farmers of Keu tmptials sUch as tin kangaroo in As tuek where to obtain seed corn tralui Perhas a balloon may one ay favor of long eourttdup Level headwl week I have the hest Iaker and make llter W WHAT MIL JiLiAM 11IAS the legisla- - of the best varieties grown in the auhe the mystery which lends a charm girls Obei vatiou has taught them that I rger loaves whiter and Kweeer ireail It is expected that 2 there is wondeifid falling oil of confecFourth Ave Louisville Ky HOSE Ji e week m tlie tloue ot iiepie- - State the Aomin Corn Show will to thvsti island mountains and the hajpy anv Oakery in the city Freh tions balls carriage ridos and opera th 3ii oahand nil thu time Aao 218 Church St Nashville Teim of one will The Now Yoru Herald in sum- - sentatives will be consumed liy be held at this office on the 1Uth nahiralisLs v ho lands as tho summitof Viiiishit eid aiivl tle utum nui Ilread Lemona V and a rhoice lot of Con course end in time 01 283 2nd St Memphis Tenn i up wlsat Mr uicveianu nas the discussion of appropriation day of January issj it s t i nniig tream Bread i Wjlburn fet tioueries Koi aima may fmd himself among bo I bills and The following premium will be Citas GiiB8T Salesman Paducah Ky the measure reported by done says WILL WILUUKS m a cal of the races long since bbt- Fust and second pre dt scvudants lower world in which he Srrrnc your liberty xjIcs now Tlie Jiveaugl3- He has looked so carefully tho Committee on Agriculture awarded jtitu Ud from the is approaching and after the collection of the ree- - providing for the erection of a liiiums a Al and 10 each for the evidence of their eLiteiu is rceordedin liberty f seuson as well as the polea tho lxles lz hue the crreat stono lunik alone Amid bo pne will SHM1 aneties nne that he has collated nearly j Department ot Agriculture and following up A tall ellow corn oread corn forest depths on wliieh rests a la ge jM o sand eternal bo goingwhue putting Mvteei iniiiiiiii more than in the Labor There are four appropna- - pom igilauco Alhe M Howe nnd Thos J Howe cloud he may iind not tho gigantic av pied or mixeil corn A premium tion bills now upon tlie calendar previous year on unn it u is the prieo of liberty tliia year grim lVilion Et Part lie has looked so earefiUy j he Indian Military Academy Di of 61o for best sample of hoiniuy- riaiisof tlie ytmthfnl vorld atera of the tish hzanl form but tho He it known aftpr the expenditures that tiiee pluntatie and Consular ami Pen ami cattle corn eaeh Each ham- grcjt progemtois of cxiitmg mamalia To all Khom i rray cmicrr quarter isioti None of these meaMires is pic must be sent in a separate on the ltti Jay of DfCirnr lSsG that are seventeen and three the abov BtyleJ petitioner nieu in tne rise to extended tie- - package marked with the name miHioiift hS than in the prewons likev to -Circuit Clerk s office of ibis cminy their Protecting the Pear - of the exhibitor and the name of bate except po iiwy tlio Diplovear peiioou pnyint that the ail Alice I In one of tho public schools of San bill Owing the variety and tlie package mn He ha made the civil serice matic and Consular Howo be aiiu leeil a femme iol with porr Francisco h youth bubbling over irith r n iisp i nior ell nnil fnnv for her of the Government so much more to its radical change as compared be sent by freight at charge of high sjiirits violated a long established sZ Ill Each sample mn t rule and w as summoned to tho bar of ovn bt nffii biiv nroperty nho raay own cilicient than it was betore that he with former biljs ami the increas- - this ofiice or ncipiin free from the claim or claims than thirtv eats judgment With many sobs and tears has collected eleven and a haified appropriations this measure contain not ii nf lnr liusbant to ratke contracts su millions more customs revenue may become an object of attack Too mncli caution cannot be exet ho confessed the toft impeachment nud be siaed la idenil and be impleadcl Have your mojbvr call to morrow tho than was got ii the previous 3 ear Nearly all of the measures which cised in the selection of seed corn lo acquire to hold to enjny to dispose of teacher remarked with ats ful at a cost of collection of 190r0S j have been made special orders It is my ptiipOhe to pui chase ous signUicance IIl- maternaland omin nronerlv and in every way to ue th ancestor same n tliouih sbe were an unmarried year before are likely to be pressed for ac about seventvfive bushels each appeured on the follo riugjUy and after less than it cost the Given under my hand as Clerk wotenn lIIe has collected nearly four- tiou at the first opportunity that of the white and vetlow piemium being duh and publicly informed of tho Fulton Circuit Court this the 10th day of and a half millions internal reve- may oiierjn hen the House is not corn for distribution through the iiagrunt bxeach of dbciphneher sou h ul December 1S80 DEALER IX nne more than was trot in the pre- - engaged in the coirjidcration of members of the Legislature in tho Deen guilty of was requested to say ii T M FPvKNCH - appropriation lulls mm nerseii or uavu j Mir ttumu pimisii in audition various counties vions 3 ear and at a cost tor colClerk Fulton Circuit Court the teacher attend to the matter She John IP Davis Cm lection of Sl 9I less than it to ihe bill for tho ci cation of the preferred tho latter course and urped j lepartinent of Agiiculture and cost to collect the year before that tho blows be well hud The Kwtrny Vol I pp without fuss Qutetlv ifr Labor already mentioned the MONEY FOR WATER WAYS next day was apjiointetl for thoonflagella P0R PETCHERS CL iXliisvgliind has created an honest list Includes tho DunJirce Ship Tnkon nti n t stray by Mr II M 8EBDS9 bucji t tion ai The river and harbor bill as jileasant tuo uiimi nour rorwas sum j Hill the Pacific Ibiilroad Tmiding public bervice Shnw livinp six miles southeast of Hick aiid crfcieni allurs tho yoiin completed in committee gi es the moned to tho front man noar the Dre den rond in Fulton He came with a Hill the Oklahoma lbL and the Clinton Sireet Corman A Cos Old Stand Kentucky water ways tho follow- hang dog look and sniao trepidation county Ky one red Steer wilh some organization of the ing ace arid some white pot on A NEW NORTH AND A NEW biil for the re sums An oration on youthful fri olities having wit in his 1 W w Navy Department 5S s3 B his body about 3 vtar- - old inarkt d vtiih xox- SOUTH S1000W been duly delivered tho boy was or- Â¬ Kentucky river crop off tb rlgh ind swallow fork in 00100 dered to extend his hand beneath an upLouisville harbor from tUtr Xnr VurU foimwrcUl Advertiser left ear and nppraisI by ieo Shaw i KENTUCKY DUDES J mliana chute L0000 raised ruler He n lused and in acNothing id iaoe apparent than Witnp rav the value of iisen dolltrs cordance with tho iiial custom in fcuch 130000 cases was spread across tlie Nasiiyillk Jan 3 One little Ohio river that the old sectional party cries hand this 5th day of November 1SSU teachers J W MAKS J P F C 0000 knees and the punishment was admin Centaur Uiiiment ii tho Kiet have forever lost their power ear ago at the New Years recep Hickman harbor dcclT oiIerful Pnir Cnrev Llnon istered in anothtr cpiartHr than the one employ tions and hops two of the most Columbus harbor The spasmodic efforts to vurld li ts over kiiowu imhju originally intended lor some unex- who ptnuiiueut ligurea were H ill Hall oantiy nvor them bv MM OUO plamablo reaaon the most energetic WORK CATTLE FOR SALE urc too blind or too timid to nd aml Will Uorbev two giddv Ken- - Cumberland river hlows fell without th teMrel eflect A wit that tho world moves are re- - tneky dudes Sumo missing urti- - Trade water I hue five yoke of FINE WORK CAT J havf secure I pcrmincntlr one of the fine4t workmen in lh oUU0 consultation of male teachers ensuedo StMt cd lflU TLl for stle Thy are in fine pHM and ceived with a contemptuous apa- - cles v to their arrest andP their Misaisippi nvet led amI tho offentlpr wah Plllaueted to fgmg AUo two Lor inike roofinj and tinnin a ajieciatty well trainctl for thy There is a new North as room was found stored with sto j private room and his wardrobe subjected Motio I will not be underbold even in largtr oitit Ol- Wasona with chains 52 K 1IIE perpetrators OI illC i Well US a MOW South a North that Ion On thn intfrinr i Hnll WIS - glCKHAB- COTOISS j mayIlqse drpctt nv Ii isllti IO That the fruit of success ripens JlHJMEMIiJiK c0i-ciou- I lU iri - 3S 5SaiEa -- intollent -- Â¬ f a Â¬ Italian -- vht lne li hi iinrr 4 iie i 1 -- ue rtt cnnt a 1 1 turoc Â¬ Â¬ IAN0S AND fo t0Ipueil - Â¬ iX Jpjjlurimsca s s - - - ae jiio -- nepafr Â¬ Â¬ lOWTO tW- 1 - - rsfl lie to ltsa ilnilHl eect trj mm - iwsi-o-riM- -- Jj 1 1 titut ltl 1 lyiiu iiis -- riit lic h Plf - fr AITS FW iMl jT surtr Ieltee UtiiOW arness lie Bowr sP iui PLUpER l 11 yljt iVrseUltjA2jaftnPWiiiii toforU dt j ZlJ tv fr 1 I - Slcinway Sons 1 llniiuiti 1 -f-f-- tnd Tt ilklir 1 1 1 iii iiii - WILilURNrf Decker Brothers Haines Brothers J C Fischer and others I I - 1jiiriicni -- - rii - - D II BA LDWIN CO Â¬ j p1i Ice-cr-at- n I tlu-m-- s v FulJoa IJroKil Ionrt j ie Us H j fmmm gjia pim Ha K Vt rii JtS - O j B KINGMAN -- Hardware Tinware - -- -- Â¬ rrs5 s FAR1I lUPtBIIBXK Â¬ u r h 1 Â¬ Â¬ j Â¬ -- would-be-leade- rs tg ile ysfeag ETr nil liO OOF1IC UTwy o 1 arrestednliimior uil4a 1IM is ready to let the dead bury the in leaving a bote after calling OOP Adams Express 1000er while captured dead while it joins hands with all 0u sot ie prominent societv holies Missonn have been mock who love liberty mid wish to share and both dudes were jailed Halls TI0V proved to be 1 red Chicago coal dealer Oscar Coot bather is a prominent Baptist its blessings -- THE TRUTH OF IT rrm Our He tun CrrnMic To claim that the representatives of the people in the national government are banded together against the workingnieii of the country is absurd Tho profes- sional agitators know that it is absurd but they arc bent on per Â¬ Â¬ tii cnfri rriiRirn bail was se eurefand be immediately skip- for live ears and is there now Ilaii was ca mured in St Louis a fov das a o and reached here to dav In an interview he says he has been working bard on a fanfl sinco leaving here and bad been but a few hours in St Louis He says he has when arrested i i i i uctli luium r ir truiig to tie a newer man no ped Hi bail was forfeited but DoiKev went to the nenitcntiarv f rLinlil Ut- - in such an emergency was a thick flannel babys frock securely attached Who wwed demanded t h- principal in a - that on OI lAlUllHllllllHIUI lililll llillli- voice of thunder My mother aned Ilaight of Nashville who was swered tho loy with bioken sobs Tho ce in thoetiploy of the CApre ss teachors hurriedly consulted aprain in Company of St Louis lb e tut- - fitrncted the boy never to reveal tho cirit- - cumstance and sent him in to hLi the rohberv lel MAnl niwl Somehow tlie matter leaked TaCAIi studies ger Frothingham and personated out 1 Â¬ T Â¬ li liifnrritiill AUUI nf fcMll to iiiit fl of great strategical inijMirtiince r W Pninitin n lnnnlii 1WWT J C WELL8 mivnvn5iTinvL5 novlO Arlington Ky iiiiUHusiiinHioi Lying on James Hiou in Mo Will furnish rentHood fence in each erscowl and calve t milk if pood care ii taken of I hem PS Terms S3 per acreAiDcdnci ions made tor los4 by overtlow Ali 1 A fAlil- ply to lick man Ky UK Acres fi My W rawKi PnCt lmi1 rriral Arkansas Corner of Jackson and Kentucky Streets hi 6 M tfl m rcj 13000 of the Mini Ciimmings 16SclS JJock JIjsterlcH money has been recovered Witt It is not an agreeable sight tho bot Groceries It is yet tom of a ships dock at low water but a rock lias confessed claimed that the Express Messen thought of what is hidden in and under Florida 25cts Lower than the Lowest JCST OPENED with new STOCK ont and out Fine stylish RIGS for kiw petuating their control of tlie ger Frothingham is innocent tlio soft and bubbliug mud must give no store ren Patronage solicited I have no clerk expanses reasonable machinery for political advance pause to many a mind Divers and and pay cash for all my Groceries and ment and at the proper time the Tun anti saloon Republicans atdgers only are familiar by personal ni tiii horcfore can dell as cheap as tho chenp movement will be found to have held a meetiiifr recentlvin LexiiiL- - enntnet with the rmbabibties of the hid st Best brands of w lUenberp and Lon cct30 l3S5 secret springs and secret wires the nnnnftitiou in den depth and then exwrieuecs are ex- t ar Flour lb cents cheaper than the low -e- d JOHN WITTING The find may be a which ate manipulated by the1 to wrest the try society young friends of a certain gentleman of number w i uiu iioii tit from the rail of i tied up ves- Â¬ to Maine who wants to be President whom bo bad known here audi Font Fox the noted Prohibition sel fall over or horrible possibility a human regards to twoj sent his kindest R T TY LER lL A was invited He dredging But 01 of them Ho is in jail and will ist of Louisvillemovement and de- body pointthe curiosities of steamship 3H STAKE THERE is the A largo here 20 the ATTORNEYS AT LAW prohabiv rejoin Dorsey in the pen repudiated as a scheme to benefit dock in Iuut Boston is now being cleaned MANUFACTURERS OF Frcai tto Allanjr Tiur nounced it j first time in the twenty Republican party Ion Speed out for thetlie many finds in tho oozy Jjluino proposes to visit for t few years MAX -- j - - KENTUCKY ihe Mr HICK years and Ireland next summer Ii is a Dr Edward Avkling and S Fry is out in a long card criti substance after it has leen deposited by 11 B to all business entrusted ifffS bngjii political scheme mueh the wife the socialists who undertook cising the action of Judge Fox WILLattend the capacious miw of tho jaw like dip smartest that liliino has invented n thirteen weeks engagirKient to rer into tho scow are vcrv MicrErestive Office Furniture Factory -take THE- The great Courier Journal ls Dishes of all kin is sroons knives and yet Hut ho will have to be su- - tell the American working people nov878 tho pretnely cautious of his speeches bow downtrodden they were evi mnniifuetiirimr ammunition lor forLs are hooked out by to hundred bav nothing the Henublicaiis lo use in firin whole and well pverved IVY G thero He will find audiences dentlv believe to the utmost in i l0 myriad pjiiiclctf of broken crock N OV 113 l MStllOOraiH 111 lOOO wnerever no goes who will take the ootrtue of the lUtatrtfl KrfO tlie n tl otuer ucurm oi tpveIau1 ory scraps odynoi emphasize tho ordi Â¬ CHAS DOliOlAS auhs ItOnEItT DOIKJLAS no revised stenographers notes property or at east the to which servo THE It assumes to nary imprecation of Hie dredgemaa aa uilmiuiBtration iii explanation of a mistake of III oney from other peoples f pull DOUGLAS BROS pockets to their own The nu tttcky democracy but tIl0 Kreal oLs strangest proves disappointing and But the happening of all the the Si ADVICE TO COSG11ESS tional executive board find the voice of Kentucky Democrats is nekiest fish out of the season ocenred GROCKKY Avelings expensive missionaries Fiom tl Xr- VjiS San lrm BAKERY his week one man recovering more than course of regtet at KESTAUUAN i foui dozen piece of tableware without fiv ill SI 12IUJ1I U tIVJII Oil lit tn their work having cost the social- - that Courier Journal isthe Call on nearest Ticket Agent or aldress J OU pursueing crack or a nick t mar the beauty of their ists treasury 1100 Besides this the W KNOX Ticket Agt be done iho most nrcssimr in Vt KBS 4T A IX IBOUKN surface English crockery of tno heavi slant and important thing for Jon- - Kum tho Avelings took up collec Col Holt for Governor and vbt and most ornamental description in or W L-- DANLCY G T T A AVill kpptii Lenoral assortment of Fam- grens to do is to provide liberally t5olS wherever they lectured so Col Frank Wolfunl for Lieut use on a first class passenger steamship Nashville Tenn Confectioneries c and ilv Ornpprie f i o c rj i fi 1ita 11 - Cltnria tor coast defense Let tariff talk that they must have mmlo a neat Governor the blue and the grey rhoae only who hae traveletl know the lAir ixin iiikr vauucii t all fresh and new and will not be under- af f tIe 8m during flieh- - engage is tho ticket for Kentucky Demo- euro that is taken on a trans Atlantic line go to thunder but save the cities ft juue2 oM NdHkdBNl AN ciit Among the items of ex- - crats to nominate but if thellines ut table furniture Dishes and tureens VS VSMake the nation safe jienso in this great work of libera- - and Iuekiror Democrats crowd with their covers fitting and in one in stance a half dozen match dinner plates tUl the working people from op- K OF L SECEETS EXPOSED Holt to tho rear lets rally to old with tho company arms Tvero found prebsion we find a charge of Huston Truiibcript Great excitement has been ere- - for corsage boquetsforMrs Avel- - Wolford for the Gist place Fulton Circuit Court ated in tho ranks of tho Knights ing 30 for i igars and cigarettes Aftr Fortrre4r Jennie L Haynes LouisviLLfedrnggists aro much In ins -cxitrrifcc UNION CITY TESHXn M0SC0WKY uu yes yes the old gentleman ffZvPJgMti of Lrtlior at Ainstcrdain X Y I In Equity jirrpaMtion f mow and exercised over the orders receiv said rather dubiously while Laura was thun Ouo IlurnltJ A A Haynes on Pet ition J t by the publittiou in the Demo E S3 Thound rTUtlon fnr uttent lo SLOWLY RECOVERING Manufactures and keeps constantly on hand a full supply of cd by them to pay 100 for the telling him about Toins ability and pros- Â¬ tha United e s nd Foreicn conn- Re it known To all whom it may conctrn crat of Dec Huh of all the se- - Lrnitillr Courier Jounil m oi i selling liquor at re pects oh yes crooil enoutrhnrosnert trici tba r privilege of that on the Cth day of December 18S0 erets of tho Order and the mode COFFINS METALLIC ROSEWOOD AND WALNUT BURIAL CASES y f r patents During tho last two weeks of tail Hie nc v revenue law re- - t reckon but he lacks energy There K the above styled petitioners filed in the Times Star of initiation tret up about him It takes him nTCSfn his canvass Mr punier was sick i uires that thiey do so and all f hl Circuit Clerks office of this county their to in Cnd lnUnd tho get Orders by telegraph or telephone will receive prompt attention petition pray inc that the said Jennie L at Alexanders Hotel in this city who fail to resspond can be pre j startedeclockni only morning to that o SfiuUd ndttir ncilitlei ar uoiar- But sho murmured Burial Robes on hand Picture Frame made U A LONG FELT WANT A full hne of Ladies and Gent Haynes be adjudged a femme solt with YirawioEl and resiacation prprd and RTd jury where ho was removed from Pa seated to the grand it showed ho was a lnster with great vrr Hh I atint power lo ue enjoy sell and convey for order Old Furniture made new Wo manufacture Cannons Pile Ointment Linimea hirt Tiotic Trromodal Fw u tin Hr icgto Vrw Vr Stj for manimationot V ducah for medical treatment He staying qualities and then the commit e expect to nanaie rurnituie cuggie her own benefit any property she may and Chill icuicme --No cure no pay There onght to uo an exchange has been coiiUtied to his bouse Hon Josiah IIauris one of See rose Jiurlinglon llawkeyc own or acquire free from the claim or oon and will take orders for them now junelS hi every community for the sale and bed nearly all the time sin ce the truest Democrats and finest claims of her husbaud lo make contracts sue and he sued lo pljead and be implead- Â¬ off misfit Christmas presents rr Ptnt about the middle of October from political speakers in Western Many anecdotes are told of tho ec- Â¬ KmWU of VSehM ed to neqnire lo hold to enjoy to dispose a ud Kentucky is announced as a can centric Prindle whose advent we re- Â¬ undent lane and piajT ii severe attack nfrlianmtcmiinl ThU to ue the cently recorded One PRKSIDLXX CikvelVND is sick bronchitis i v rr of property and in e vpry way unmarried winst WKivii for State Senator in the a neighbors pantry time he got into from winch lie now didate Eighteen Professors and Instructors parne as though sho were an and helped himself with tho sumo disease that killed 6eem8 to be slowly recovering nrcharic iuteuiitiiii Imal JcfcnJ Paducah district on the prohibi- freely to what he believed were some and Mechanical Scisitiflc Efigiiiiriitllusia Given under my hand as Clerk woman lnUcnVTbVS5 Fulton Circuit Court this the 7th dty of Gen John A Logan Although tion platform rv invention uaieuvru t new kind of cookies but which proved Military Tactics Oonmircia and Preiaratiry Chtsis if Wy rnui unu u I iiftT ODO uaiar ibis symptoms aro not dangerous December 1S3G Dit SxANDiFORDr of Louisville to be yeast cakes Mih wet TO it lour moatliJ lor He heaved and COUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED FREE OF TUITION bold IT IT M FRENCH st present yet there ate grave a retired railroad King is ji can- I tnt Tints t Tun Prohibitionists hold a con- foamed to such a degree that for somo If you Mto r enl d other laormtiam ba Aucni For CaUtfesae T7il irrm berins Honv Sth - vRH6 Clerk Fulton Circuit Court mmmm a tn It i I Miun i Co KiKeilKr of Sueat vtrt ft Iik ti- r wtvti worse ibdato for United State to uominate a State ticket timohis native village thought it waa a tTi4in lUll iw iit Senator vention 7 IK deal Xiimm JAMS K PATTMMON Wu I i liBdfcsl BOit patatt mnlvd trm eei side ton n Irom Kentuckv in Louisville March Sil 18S7 ie soon recover Â¬ HJ Dbal Charlislon Mo HICKMAN KENTUCKY YVITIIZ rit JJfiKeitiickyail - W G KINGMAN i -- Winter Besorts Â¬ HEETWECK BALTZER CO Â¬ T Beuthl St L I I tIls -- - it it PftTQff 6 Hickman Kentucky vWfWiHPi VA 1 Â¬ 4tt - Â¬ - i mm fM r IJNDERTAKERS and COLLEGE of KENTUCKY Â¬ aI clt i Â¬ ar 1 Â¬ 11 K K- STATE -- Â¬ r Jf S- A wf It rt -- Aff - Whku J fjHl MT P5 r fr vf nt V -- nMtjfv w5 i JS 1 r- y iy- - tujiwi tuna r jjjuuimjim LaJvicjijLn Â¬ jucaMmkj 1 J ij i i - luinuLag iHII JJLJXtm U3tKM0T jjruti-y-- u AND SOOrETY Unusey Osborne a bright imi man nae ueen anesieu and 7Wm w siting to hnvenvic f Shuck appeared Mon unto committed to jail on the charge tticrs under thl tenuis and day gave bond ami qualitied lor oi rouoitig amiaitemtjng to as- hend will couftr a awr by mailing his second term gassinato Mr Kto rroat a drugor Saldino then to this ojjzce W A Ileuson Dentist will gist of Woodland Mills Tenu ft bo i Hickman the second Mon will be remembered that some Atiforf By day iu each mouth of 18S7 and person or persons went to tUvj Hi tjriTIIBTAYL02HiXNIE TfASS IK will remain one week Ottice at dwi Hing house of Mr Frost iu tiie night called him up atid told Laclede House Hickman was the scone of uthim that a well known farmer in most brilliancy ami pleasure on From the way gold continues the neighborhood had seat for to come to this country from Eu some medicines ami upon Mr Thursday the JlKli lSO the occa rope there will certainly he no Frost leaiug his home to go to sion beiiitr a grand masque ball dearth of the yellow boys soon hi drug store on the waj he was given bv the young ladies ot ilick TIk did Since last August over 330000000 knocked lit the head his nfcull isihu athe uit hall ii nnworto make it ideas 1ms arrived erntdied and robbed of about u nt for lnej glKKts ami exceeded Cov gills Horse Iinimknt and later in the night was found tjKir ovvll expectations ISvcij- A sure cure tor Sweeny and on the roau Hue tmuMiiiuc 3 w tli the crcatet t Sp nuns in Horses Fur sale at has lingered in that condition ltlllH ailll lll0N aie to be congratu- hanging between life and death Co wgiUs firaj Store the success ofthoexeiever since nut during tne last iiu janT lvr Below is a list of the panici - q t nni tuw tnc imn m Viimrnvo nwji 0v HUMS Willi uiu ciiiiiauiuis Our rnn kIiou- - Kbonbi not bo now to get wen puvsi- nromiseb ltfrl i tlin lubesforgotten a he nuiiiml exhibition ig 1UUtflll if he eVerV wm m a takes place uonnibSioicr J omi - ers his milli fully jV f F Davis oflice Fnmktort on iu Osborne c0 LOCAL NEWS Til E FROST ASS ASSIX ATIO VPEKSOyAL Sha Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ j i - imiMrPli Jj r 7 - I1 1 Rvnm nf Tir ami Wilder im MK nLlUtl Osborne himself T Cherry for Coughs and Colds tial evidence For sale at Cowills Drug Store makes contiicting statement i as to his whereabouts and other Dannie Wan en Mnsio jam iw of Nl j jj Saunders with Hia3 Sheriff Shuck closed up tho facts on the night He the attemptassaspuiation stated that j tjUo MeOutehen Timbounno of L Roenwater Faltoii ed bouse on the Kyser Girl Monday night last Liabilities not he staetl ail nigiit farm near Jordan station with a Ir i L Moore with Irs Mol reported colored family on mat uigm unit ie piather Ianor Girl Go to Plants and get any he went to the station to meet 1 itli Miss Dillon Mr Tom kiud of a Ladies or Misses Wrap uhi train upon which an HC fManou ioalder Laper Girl at cost all siitesTcolora sliapebnulsnite Was to amvo no1 Mr Ed Ellison with Miss and kinds Adcilo Allen Progressive Eti- TTcn J s T rf - ltnrptlipr jrirrimistniT lialTlk j J CjO AH children PrkOfs VI 11 M I f COri Hf i r 051 H MlUIIiTlII UlllA 11IIM rest assured that their UliSIllM trfKfttlB lit - WJrkA ntt lllll Ia- MlTIl UtIK ll niiK w fa rtl llf Mill Ulr te illIM jr T T Swaine with Miss nrcniars concerusng lao scuoui yA iiUMtlV VJllONtS V T 4 1 S - A CARD this method of informimr ft I take B ft M fc fl my friend that I have secured M fiS Qf Plf SHP Al- Jjf Q the services of Miss Lilian J EiiuBA Ua V U fcli J f thouse of Memphis as assistant J Th9 Sprinj SIon ill comQtcM at S lvan Shade Academy me MONDAY JANBAEY 10 1887 ensuing term Miss Althoue is a BUT lady of rare culture and ability iiUlUUL AXD HADE EASY Ac4 ContInn Twenty WeV being specialist in elocution hav ing taken liist prize in competi The course of study will include thorough work in the common tion with the best elocutionists branches Latin Rhetoric American Literature Book keeping the of Memphis and St LonK while Sciences Penmanship Etymology General History Civil r r natural mtt9v ji - rrM her sticcss in teaching has won jtrrv Government Elocution Psycology and Logic golden opinions from tho mo t critical The second term commences TUITION Monday and desiring to make the to Blankets success we shall eert 50c vary from 200 to 400 per month payable monthly ehoola Tuition will our best efforts in the cause of Clonks in advance buUdinsi for tho children hop Ladies S by hard anil ImthUM enort to pi a1U0s Principal SUIL L ISBELL oil1 Vool i tO 5i 00 e worthy of the patronage we filUi11 LILIAN ALTUOUSE Aisait nope 10 revive 111UL JUtKUCS UiiaOrWCiir iiUlll OLW Near Hickman Ky snn- - viCHtS J ini iin x ho Rehfol- wdl iie liberauv Ci o n on n iuio Mlwv lw ll Vnn v nic pneu wun uiuchMiiims vm i o Hfl iil u uwi tu h il JU U flf tf Discontentf SYLVAN SHADE ACADEMY 1 Â¬ Â¬ IRf w 2 mWt VJiiiiicimo - from 81000 per pair S150 to S2500 Heavy 4 y 2C torn ni mnns eycloinedas etc Hoard can bo obtained in the oOVj whi ks l0nM of resdont patrS 5t a OP tO 10p u nx Jt WU1S ULLOIl t2 M1S Suits S3 00 to oi-x J 3500 OvOV ourl n fnmnlofo IlllO VVXIdT r-- tU XW on ol i -- gg ra tH - address -- iiJLUUiva Saml L Itjcnix Hickman Ky Cbas A Holcombe the drug cist desires the Couiticr to noti fy persons iudebt ed to him that theie iio mast bae 1110 fore all such are lohiely eanest- IV and lorcible reminded ot the fact with the additional fact that vvv 7 early attention may save all con RvnrYliMlv invuni to ittend lJnto UI mH iaj cine ivw tii Mi a i ii v -n it in inniii iuui xvniimwi corned costs and trouble whore a eolored family by U0Oa Goalder Little Devil as a speed settlement will make nm tt lt Jnamc nili nrH s iv Ml Geo L Aney St Louis all happy of Brauliam near Woodlud nVW- Mills and in another statement he wj h Misg MuUio XaIor Queen War m ntte rings in Europe FOII JJEXT A good office admitted that ho passed through 0f Hearts continue and may break loose in Ip nch Qoajjr vritli Miss riouiy well bghied and well phisihirrus farm near WoodliUat- KUp Walker Princess Louise the spring tered AppL to in ail hour or two after the j E Case Vill Davis with Miss Mona tempted asarsination It is MAKUIAtiKS Fulton that iu diffeient ways he crossed DusUlbriIli lTlie ire Maiden Judge Ed Starks of County Clerk Talor issued i Mn nwnseil leaving uicemvuu i uliiistrt wun nibs 1011 marriage in license to tho following 1 uiestelbnnk Harvest and will lake Largo of the Daily tv stiong mat nc is aS - ilaney laager wun miss persons He is a son Mr i ns Democrat of that Vhs W II Linsey to Miss Cluistiuo 1 iai Kprighth writer and a sound physically with indications sum- - Maggie Finch Mountain Pink liiaekey on Dec 20 K vet not h win tret well is iftll Tti iss iL7 aine John ctently restored mcntallN to M 1 Inuaj Daughter ot the Kcgi Benton Dodson to Miss Mollie L on Dec 30 The firt quarterly meeting mmh evidence from him as to lii nlMlikJfi4jC lt flw II L Curiiu to Miss Mary ifr- - fliito mi Ed Baird Xasbviiie with Miss Iicur thai siiiin - iiiiiiw ilnrjier Methodist church to morrow night aMSver to the question us to Albe ldds Cocntess IJucst T J Wallingford to ilisa Fan 31ev J II Eans Elder preMd whether it was a white or colored l Will liaiiiagt with Miss Aunice nie Talor on Dee 30 ing Elder Evans will preach njs was that it wiisa Kflingt r Pocahontus Sunday and Sunday night Mr and Mrs U U Laiidruni mulatto STATE SENATOR Little led Hiding Hood Legislature The Tennessee fircatty Kxeltrc Vo re nutborizfd io annoaaro D O Mr and Mrs C B Kingsian has effected an oriMiizutioii Next nt 1 few of the citizens of Hickman Part of Marfield GraTcs County aa a excited oter Yum Yum week the Senatorial race o have recently Iwconie grently enditite Tor uito Seuator front the Ut the candidates Lov liates is lie a toiiidiir facts that Merm Oi meiri Miss Carrie Hoy Gancf Sun couotie of iraves Hickman and Futun subject to the action of tho Demoo aslc thought to be in the lead with frieuds who had teen pronounced ur neir fcet Mlss Mapgie Warren Auiori party House Porter Sliced and othei piyciis as incnrable u bevami ail i -- 1 nealid 1 Hats Caps Ladies Wool Skirls 75c to 300 cashmeres 12ic to 100 all wool Tricots sold elsewhere for 75e wci seu for Gc Tricots sold clsc- wIlGTolOr glSO We Sell lOl blv Russ Boots Shoes wtiiLo W - HN ss II IJ m Ir 2- r9 W ili - 23 ipi ipn i 9Wji B3 m S 3- - ra m rei 85 i Et MSI K bzsiii tft 2 3 I la K fcSiaS crr full lino Vat all times of Chura Rockers la n and tuirble dured priiv h Mands arirobes Clumilwr ht- Maitrew top Tabi- UHrcau j rmc and ue ijuaranttt our prii to be the lotcttt Inelli nt invertigatioti pajn therefor trc inviie your investigatiou of otirgooJa We are heidquarters en - We arc off fine all grades of Flain Medium nnd Fine FURNITUnn nceadr i UKBEETAKEBS GOO enrryinc the lftrjet line of Wooden and Metallic Hnrinl Cases of ryfjim In Tennessee or Kentucky We discount all competition in this line K pairhg peciltyi Job Work I 1 4 1 1 - illt i - -- it PLAUT BRO m X X ilL iS W f 9- - a TmiS if n S7Store Rooms tinder City Hall 3 -- tclrsl ue TfT 1VJ- - JL TnT DT7STT H j JtJ Ui -S 11 T TYLUR Prat I H BUCnANAX r Prest K L ALEXAXDKH Ti fa Gj5 -- 1 1 4W W t I m EcJ- f - 5 -- l fe a SC1 i i 1 S ti ll MICKM1 H BJlMK HICKHAX KY - Ma rj ikUa a i k EaaSUa - i i m i i A fnatiTiQ iryfi2ii i l j i i - x v ahi l u idcj 1 i j a apnnar yyAuii pi a aft f CAPITAL 8500001 V - 1 1 1 11 1 1 Represent- a line of the very best Companies in the United States i Â¬ rjv OFFICK AT COURT HOUSE apr9 j srZ - IJeing regohrly organized and ready for buiinesa wc respeel fully oHri the patronage of all All colllection made for depositors free of qhrnge Approved paper running three or four month discounted r rate of per cent per annum 1 i B II Fulton Ky CAMPBELL Es Circnit Judge Paducah Ky J AS IDIIoECTOKS K - T TYLER K M I 1 counoilTroceedings Hickman Ky iiiiEEIlAIX JUl i CAMI J7rT iT22 i i p brtP ALEXANDER nrUrir N L OEO I THKFLKEIT W C L UXUKRWOOU JOIiON CHAP KALTZiTB J 1 number of married ladies and fHe minuteof a caifod roming of the Will practice in copartnership in FtiUon county All classes of Y toi gentlemen too numerous to men 15th imaandof the la st regular me tiog f Ai Y tlitrlRnii niKTituoii haid that the sympathy of the oecanon ami wt re read approved andaidneu DEALER IX i i tion cruced tue litigation will recoive prompt attention inn people is with young Dove Dove ACCoCKT VLLOWID heartiy welcoated l0 the DRUG MEDICINES BOOKS STATIOXEKY and Schoot Supplied in tho buggv and saddlery bus Mvere Las not been arrested 3 75 Stephens Vlaxwel for chairs Fancy GOODS TOYS and 11TliTlA uess in this city left Fnlton twopouug ladies in charge 0 70 II F IIawkiss T V Vllace dieiiuar nrtsooera V W UOBEBTFON I They nre overstocked at weeks mo o anil ha not been heard SUNDRIES PAINTS 011 WINES and LIQUORS for Medics ns 2 40 Hickman Ky titling nans c UU MavGeUl Ky J r eMViiOur Methodist vnmiiey wi City Marshal etra police r jSL he 10 50 riauts with Cioalib ami raps P AGENT FOE THE You can pick our ehob c at costj 9 50 Hawkins ami let- - a new plank in nr Christmas plat - B T T ler rspere t Njwhnlle Roberison ClcillUrti foar to to him in care of a form and the meifiment it occa- T ai ttiid see for yourself AYS eawUuet lor 3 load Call II IT FOR tt rs drecteil ATT0UIxBTS-AT-XfAn- f Mr Ilcury Belt ho formerly certain firm there would roach mum d as slisieJ alike by the City Ck rk for tatinerjr the outg ftoae RCA3iraELL lived at Hickman ami brother of him Tli firm was u legraphedi old a wtl 11 1 CK 31 AX - - AT CESIKTtPY DSEIH -liflr died at Ins iiouiclrn but bml not seen Lim ipib m uimhti Mrrno Tha Ca Cteri rcporiod thatJia Jiad ux nA YCV K LMOPIiStcjQiiadever LQweUa Grocery to attend night cull KY WilUpraetieo in ail tho C urt3 of the in Crittenden county Ky on Decrfthought by his IViendB that tcrto eat pumpkin pie ccuted deed to J J C Bondnrant J X First J11diciil District -HnftAn 7 lSid lie wn well known to was laboring under mental abetuusicK and aatnl Uouslier seplT w muuv of uur people and popular ration when he left here and that Tawee given for mnotery lota yQ Christmas On mo ion the City CUrt was directed iii im t r he has either lot his muni or ins ly tjl0 vlT11jr getlemen at the La Mith all acquaintances W D1ESTELBRINK ji rrrncii eiei uie iens u eacu n only three or cjej0 0 thn 27tb 2- - r was an oecn jj elegant line of fineibfe It has bM See out Itamaee Wrrn Juhn Cole t lie John Vitting CaiiilitfS for ihe IIobdas lu lour weeks em e by aiiempteimor-- rfrtl 0fuaj tiSnro It was a Wra hubah W ltoyeM for Hen M Vntr tMlHWt Overoats trtlu limit Boots Caps taamg lHt I inf KIJWt- t orNUU18S cemetery n1 IIulMW iHniant assemtdy of beauty and Witbum and J mined Fiviifh F11it Canilico inUommit smctde Jearx I atHoWrt tlicfart IiM a DEALER IX Wl SAvert Ilou uesl1 gnHani ry and was indeed a bot ial tot they li tving preijusy paid for them c cue iMiuud aicy TTO space to name all articles but no and as yet hac no deeia o pc y vomiting v success nrrnpwrU JJ trouble to show poods prfteOar b9lnM X AlbxadiAMaxwijll tlfc SAX1BICS FIXED turn up in giott snape out vc Miss Corn Underwood Rpetit uu cMUy Gi as a audosae and see at tho corner of Troy SCHOOL GOODS Cayce this county has been fear other than good iu his case On mmitn ot Counrilmo Coc thel- t ry Urge Wrwc tl and Moscow Avenue East Illckrarn Ky Christmas in Paducah aria of Mayor ani Couocimen lor 18S7 Okll Boomerang fiioMiiu a uoommg goon irauc Fulton Lrof J O Taj lor visited wp fixed at for Mayor SI uO for Conn and that live Vnterptiamg linn of SALE AND LIVERY STABLE oilmeu each 50 Wingo Inst week Wall has a tew words Campbell VositIerfnI Curo c lioraiA StARIE8 TAtT wapiraMEii w D Hovt Co Wholesale and Ke to say to the realcis of the Cou Mr G L Alley of Si Loni e Tho City Clerk t an directed to wsue KtKlt thiB week They piouoe to tail DniffKit of Home GaNew ay was here e end days last week lvj DOUGLAS theebs to all tbe cuy otiiccH for ntnonnt of PLUMBER Leerx selling Dr Kincs eave vou money One iidttg ib haveElectric hitters nd UneklensDiscove Mi3 Lou DiestMbriiik left salaries for six month s past Araiet STREET KCNTUCKY rv eerlaiiij thero is not tvo cleverer Salve for two rears Have never handled Jag Monday for school in Nash ALIy SBtTUHO ci ABE NOW BEAIY VOtt constantly on haud for hii or more upright btiues men remedies that ell as ell or give such un ville tji or consignments KEEPS sale anywhere tiiau those that compose ivergai satisfaction - frp rmr Vn izii rtfrtfi shipments vu1 llnwrnr iTVttH nt w WMfltlO HORSES BUGGIES and HACKS V wonderful cure eflectel by these memcines J lho lirm aid wjttletnents be reported ai the of pUntry Produce that way he oflered Hatinc purchased the stable horse tl Ppetit ftUtiday and Monday in th inthiscitv Several cas of pronounced W llummo enure nti rorrt iis nil persons having account forllfClent oretorae We aKo make a andpropose tooutfit of tho business andr 5ioisce VJ i T5irri l Crtnnmntion have been entirely curea yotlf tjltv tin motion we continue ew vvav of a na of 1 tVw bottles of Dr KincV Tlire is nothin- in the A full supply of all kinds of Reading Matter constantly on hand Mr Dick Alexander has re against the city are requested to pre eni solicit patronasc STORE Wrap or Cloak that we have not Discovery taken in connection with Dee turned home from a short viftit to hem m hjou a convcuifiit to J w Cole Any BookjMagazine or Paper you may desire which is not in stock t Wc cimrantce them always trie Bitters l chairman of the fiinance commitee for ay Corn 0at ic- kept Memphis will be promptly procured for you by leaving your order jpeciahySold bv L A Ilolcombe City tier1 jh directed and the ut cut FOB SALE spent approval checks for the amouuts ao ap cnstantly for sale Mr P L Alexander to issue Plaut Buos Co The Knights of Honor at his holidnvs with his parents in proved feet dry Cypres Buildinj The railro id boom if appar their hist regular meeting elected Central Ky THANKS TO MAYOR FEENCII and Fencins Luaiber Also 100000 IRtZESX-iX-A-BILsiCv press SIuniles etitlv husted snuasiied like It the following named gentlemen as On motion of Councilman Cole the Mr Westhrook and Mrs Is H DREWItY HONDURANT wiwouly a bluff of Mr Goulds ofiice lor the ensuing 12 months ler are spending the winter in thanks of tho Council was tendered to Boyal St John Mayor French for the efficient and courte Tho gamblers hav that dould held Thoe Dillon Sr Past Dictator Florida 3 I Iim presidency of 09 Otis manner uispiayeu fl Atomic cc Dillon Jr Dictator Tho four acea and made the j past year Mr Willie Kaudle left last this Council for the H an tn ea D W Moore Vice Dictator Ohio Iaj down its straight flush Upon tho unanimous pasase of thn Hj3fljlrP iifift ft fl 1 H A LECTURE TO YOUNG MEN 11111 Dic- week for Jackson uherc ho has O H Kingman Assistant and permit him to have his own motion Mayor Frcuch retras hin thanks I1K JSI JLiis been attending school Fr5 ZrJn a for tcir efforts in behalf of tSJ ill 53K to thoCouucil way c At any rate we nre still tator inn Jfeiljlvv formerly of the city and for their kind and gentle M Mr Ilc nrv Tler - fT AST V T U3 IT Rev P L Pindar Chaplain hoping that it may boom up again our citv who now resides in Nasli manlv deportment towards him whilst T M Kiench Kenorter in the spring tra la IT IS THE SIMPLEST m eiulid stock of the very best makes of all kinds of Kardvrne presiding over their deliberations n Re- ville visited Hickman Monday TT C lfcvHgyw1fficBcckman Financial On motion Council adjourned IT IS THE STRONGEST you opposed to Notice Arc winch are otUutl at u M fuiii una inut tue very lowest the maraa A ltvlurp on Iho T T Swayne has returned to Atttet THE MOST DURABLE mill Jtixlttitl riux ur nltir Triii timnt justilles All goods guaranteed to be exactly as reprc entcd vTiniml akir- - ur so send Lo cents porter saloon the If W L McCUTCHEN C C Yanderhilt University where he til ormat it Slf 1iip IiitoIuiiui A M DeBow Treasurer AND THE BEST to Tho Anti Saloon Democrat tary Knnoion tiaVtrncj Ntn i Kyllitjr mid will complete his course in phar Otto TIertweck Guide RtiiPnllj tniumitioDt lmi nlniiMit t tnarila Louisville Ky and you will reMA1UUKD macy Incijiarit It is the only SEWIXtT MACH1NI in the Iil It anl ik Jlfiilnl nn KKW John Weatherly Guardian M or 1 WeekRiiDLIlT J ceive an 8 page if Hie Morlil ririowiieil aiittinr lIItint ilniirble world that turns either forward u B P- - ODaniel Sentinel Mr Jim Koger wife and Davis FLiaiisa At tbe reddence of backward and still continues to ly Democratic paper lor three Dr Dillon Sr Grand Lodge i sister of Waverly Tenu spent the brideV parents in Pi tie IllufT Ark on tore clearly prot frum hl own txitiiire Thos fcw in the same direction tliat tlic nwful cnnveqnuirr of frlf ALilfe nia mouths ou trial JUUi by Rev m - the evening 01 December fflittuallv rMiioTxl without ttancerou mrical ei r part of last week in our city visit- Mr Fawcett Mr Eugene C Davih to Mis3 Rcnresentative fMt odk Iouric inmninientn riiijr or cordtnla 15 1 The city electionTroudayre UUnuiei Aitcniaie nr friends Dr pintitip out a moje ot rjire at unce rtrtait ami et Julia Fleming Sun Yon Sbb It Bsfon Yon Buy mm Ktilted in the selection of the fol- wcli utrj nrTfrtr no irattcr what W fclun J ma Misses flhira Williams and Tbe bridegroom is an old Hickman boy 0 y cre lntiwelf ilieitlj rrcctiilitl lowing bonrdof MayorandOou11p akir- Amir sair ih Kv are on of the lae Col J H Davif of a fine rlllcallv Rosn rrown of itrl The Dest Salve in the world for Cut Lttmn Killprnre a boon to ttatfawU and Ciluieu to serve tile ensuing 1J WEARN Agent everybody He popular lit J C iking H Itt 0 tin l reiUIMS mind and of doing with in life and the Bruges Sorep Ulcers Salt Bheum Fever Hickman Ky well is capable an 20 a vliin al pt nnJeralon Idreceipt of rtiTelope to any tuo Sir and Mrs Jim otcphoiis Sores Tetter Chapped Hands Chilblains pant fiur cent or r TiipIi Cockier sincerely wishes hint abundant drea iHfWrl Corn and all Skin Eruptions and posi -- Tho Baptist Christmas DOtaV ttm tree success T lollll or tiii t VJvruvrii 3srnicAiro 450 llt N Y mutlV nuTl Post Offlie llox rt w JOlinCllmen btepiietiB ttlllg Mtivpivmrts 1 neacive no iiayreqjrea ii showered ami wegifts upon Olirwill perfect fctisfaction Unas gnaranteed to Cole J X T DEALUR F GRAY J C TARTLOAV 41 Ann Hi New York SUTdaYUXION J nope tuej TIIE June tie toiks Kingman W T Buckner and Jormoncy refuoded Price 25 cents per box zrrm s Prominent features of Thk Xasuville S enju uuui siuiuii uiiioiuns liTorsalcby U A iiolconioe 11 Brown 9 will be Master liohert and Henrj Scsiuy Union of Jan of Lelind Stanford And pet your Blacksniithing and general DCS FAIiWS UI The Council is a inixiure of tlic An illustrated sketch On Monday Jan 10th 1837 it being R IT Rinford Y V Tler made a visit to their old the California millionaire Senator show Kepairing done at Messrs old and considerate and the young County Court day I will expose for sale and progressive and the expecta Webster A T Thomipson 0 T home Hickman Christmas week ing how he lives in four cities why he is a T- at public auction to the highest bidder at i 3W9 X tion is that we shall haven man- - Nichols and J D Leeich tax su- - and were gladly welcomed by rccluie a sketch of his fine s abei and the Court houe door in the town of Corner of Obion and Exchange Streets blooded htock ami other interesting points many friends ncement nrtuteut auu conserva pervisors have been in cession their Hickman at oclock p m or therea- Â¬ ZSS- - PRESCI PZIOKS CA R b TJi COMhO U X D 11 the inner life of a well known Mr John Alexander and in Blakeley flail will depcant man The HICKMAN tive and at the same time push- this week at tho court house su- SY bout for tax due for tiie yeirs 18S5 on one town ing aud enterprising pervising the county tax list The Miss Mattie Taylor Mr Walter Fasleon iu TroiiEers ehswing the rise of Good Work at Rock bottom Trices Our and USO levied on lot in the town of a9 the properly of Fulton - Kingman aud Miss Nannie War the rustic into a full blown dude This motto supervisors are making considerJntncs E Vankey IliJders will be pre- The Kentucky Blacks a no able increases this year on lairds ren paid a Hying visit to Fulton article will be illustrated 3 paied to comply with the terms of law fcaTJULI WORK a specialtV pro raiustrel troupe gave two per and incomes and this is specially last weck Whoa An afternoon walk on the faruoii3 Washprovided for such sale JOHN F OKVY CO ington thoroughfare Pennsylvania avelormlnces last weck at City Hall true as to tho Cayce and Loilgton V A SHUCK S F C mar2G tf Mr John Ilellner has been nue with numerous illustrations of men to appreciative audiences Tho precincts spendingy the holidays in Hick- - one meets there will be eagerly read musical part of the programme is - It u e iukc great pleasure in A graphic description of that strange man The next term of CALDWELLS SCHOOL will begin siraplysprendidandthe Ethopian LOWER and LOWER lft lu this issue will bo found the claiming Mr Ilellner as a fellow community the Shakers of Lebanon N - aeiineauons developed artistic announcement of Mr D 0 Turk townsman he being a young man Y will give an insight into tho origin and All kinds of Groceries hams sides c DEALER IX peculiar customs of a moat interesting and as cheap aa ability that compares with first- - 0f Graves count v as a candidate 3rd 1880 I will not be the cheapest ability m Ut Groceries class professionals and kept the for State Senator Ue is a lav of superiorknow the and attain- ilte known peopb the article will hate undersold JOHN WlTTiNG We f eloverleaf everal illustrations and continue five months Classes in the following subjects will bo organizeaadience 111 a hearty roar of laugh- - yer of ability well known as a ments A special cable letter will give a resume ALIO made happy once ASP was terandappIauseThis troupe plays Democrat and popular gentlePHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY Europe f tho a events Nets Seine Line Hook and allkind LATIN Our general favorite Mr cast of weeks is likely into occur andthe fore HISTORY to night and the Couuieu man what near ALL LOYEaS OF THE in ENGLISH st Troy The Courier will refer BEAUTIFUL of lisliiug Tackle and Supplier at a bar ELOJUrjnN CHEMISTRY assures out Teunessee neighbors more at length to his candidacy at John Alexander intends making ut urc Family Supplies gen gain Groceries and GEOMERTKY ALGEBRA Special correspondents in every county in Union City This an his home Stio iltl pny MHS JOE15 mat tuoie who attend their per- - some future time erally DOUBLE ENTRY nouncement will cause universal in the Stale enable Tub Union to present romance will have an enjoyable BOOK KEEPINO al the news of Tennessee in readable ronrret iimonirst his host nf frimwlc evening Logan a Wood cnairman of alul admirers We would say to shape and freh from theMCcnea xsewsueaiera are requested A A and nch Jlier tranche m the demands of the school may require All grades of pupils Great reductions in Mens the state central committeeof tho ti0 youii- ladies otf Union Citv order as early as pcnsiblc to piaccttieir A visit where you will find always on will be received The prices of tuition as heretofore will vry frum lianu a laiv and well assorted stock of Overcoats an d Suits Indies j greenback labor party of Ken- - tiatwo are willing they should - t Hats Bonnet Laces Flower and Kemh PHYSICAN AND SURbEON Wraps and Me ns and Boys Boots tucky has made an oIliciaijail on like him and treat him real well TIIF STOCKHOLDERS OF ers and in fact everything to be found iu a and all classes of winter goods eack Congressional dlStlfet to lnl wra nllnir no iiHlivihiilinmu KENTUCKY HICKMAN cuss Now is your tunc to secure bar- - send delegates to a srencmi enn- - c w lmii tho first mmtro uK according to the advancement of the pupil and will be payable in advance o will meet at said BANK ou the second b i veiitinii i In Imll n t gains Orderfl promptly filled and prices to suit his Frofesaional Services to U1 January 1SS7 at -- s m to p uouaidson of Mondav in 1 JfAXWELL JOHN O TAYLOR ALEXANDER the times the citizens of Hickman and vicinity Oliio jJaBiiviiiOjis visiting net- parents elect ncr officers for 1837 ARNOTT STUBBLEPIELDif deca4fj y A Dannie i 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