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MHnkL ilV 5 - - r j- f f p if J - If to T x A THl HTCHAI COIISIIB nWLBHED EVERY FRIDAY GEORGE WARREN 9 t THE HICKmJn OOURIERl I - Wtmk sBcAHi - Fine Job printing EXECUTED With ElCL Neatness and Dispatch v door to OKy Hall n r oi fc iff jk OIORQIWARRKN Editor vmiOE The Oldest Newspapeiiji Western Kentucky A - ALB BIIXS s BNVBLOPEa IaTTEXl KCEAIDt4 - ETC x- 6 ft Hi H Vi M mm mscsiPTiox 91J9 MO0O0C ElISHED 1S59 CANADA CROOKS Ail Ultl HICKFGnLTOy COUNTY KEfJCI BORN VOlTx - ETO MJtri -- t I I I ji - Ml jfc i 3 I looking for a placo to locate a colony tho Dominion Secret Service fores ha vp Shoes made of rice straw arc worn by the succeeded jn arresting the heads of ne of laboring people iu the south of China tho most dangerous gangs of counter- Â¬ Gas and coal havo been discovered in feiters which ever infested Canadj On Sood quantities near Ossawotamic Kan Saturday they proceeded to MoiXreil The remains of a Baltimore editor were and armed with Government warrants sold for ten dollars to a medical college aloon they arrested Charlei Bouisc It is rumored that Secretary BayardVivill keepcr and Thomas Power ali5 two soon participate in a wedding ceremony Kid a notorious burglar and Ameri Â¬ A Brookltx alderman i accused of can confidence man This man v known wearing a bit of plate glass us a diamond as Con Kerns alias Cains il3 Clay the moc tuawrous jfelgktiteursa a legal work aaylr citfimiuJiranHtSWii teT-sM- irnad laborers escaped from the Detroit Jkomille and A firm of perfumo gtanufacturtrs arc other nenitentiaVies Bouisewas for Uvo aboutto establish a vast flower plantation or six years a member of tlic Hre Brigade in Florida inSIoutreaL He was in the Northwest Aphtsiciak says If a child aoes not campaigning under Wolseley and return Â¬ thrive on fresh milk boil it This is too ed with a first class certificate He aso aevero on tho child served on the first Winnipeg Police foiVe Asphalt has been discovered in Morgan Wlnle engaged circulating counterfeits m wuuui j aia n i3 tno oniv known deposit Montreal during tho carnival he also successfully diiected a jewelry burglary in the United States Mrs Maeoaket J Prestos the well which has been reported and by uhinb o cleared J0M known Southern writer is threatened and his pals Ho then came on here to tho ice raises with total blindness The Great Eastern which cost at her last wtefc robbed a large furnituru completion in 1S59 i000XX has been sold store and pascd a large quantity of boi money On searching tho men incrnu at auction for f 13J00O which It is generally conceded thalif France laatfng documents were found mint fur- Â¬ when and Germany light Russia will walk off nish a completo clew to the the green goods aro turned out Tho with a good slice of pie Thb average ago of those who enter col- counterfeits arc being engraved by an lege in this country is seventeen A cen- American in Western Canada and shoved by the gang of which these men aro tury ago it was fourteen Emily Faithi cl Is advocating tho at the head It is calculated that Mis emigration of unmarriod womt n from not ess than SSXXOM worth of Do minion J Bank of British North Amer Â¬ England to tho British colonics 0 The rolling mills throughout Western ica 50 and Bank of Commerce bilN have of latcbccn circulated About Pennsylvania and Eastern Ohip S30XA worth of counterfeit bills were with orders for several wetfks The Colorado supreme court has decided discovered by the detectives Tney are so that women can not aS as notaries public near perfeo that an expert is likely tobj deceived by thenf The arrested xnen will in that State under existing laws be tried Gesekal Sheridan is of tho oyiulca that mean m Montreal next week and m tho tnao the detectives are scouring tho wo should first obtain guns and then the matter of fortifications might bo cvnsid- - country for other members of theIvygam Â¬ Orders wero sent out last night tele creai graph by Chief Sherwood to Western On Ma obBen rEia ErPooRE tells Gath that every President who called an extra taio to arrest and hold over a dozen men session of Congress failed to get renomi- against whom ho hA secured evidence nated Couldnt Bear to Wail The indications are that tho railroads AKnov O Feb 25 Philip Blanche a will soon bo tumbling over one anotlirr in their eagerness to bounce the deadly stovo young Germanwhilercturningatmidmght from his Sunday visit to his intended in from their cars It Is stated that tho Czar of Russia se- tho southern part of the city shot himself cretly visited Paris and had an interview with uS caliber revolver and fell dead in with President Grovyt recently He trav the street The cause of tho suicide is not clear but it is supposed that Blanche and eled in disguise his Sekoeaxt SMiTn of Richmond Va has the betrothed had a slight difference about time of their marriage the young lady beenflned 50 for permitting more persons to witness tho execution of Cluycrius whoso namo is Marie llodke wanting a postponement siieis almost beside her- Â¬ than allowed by law St Paci end Minneapolis are fighting self over the terrible affair for the State Capital The latter city in One Killed Eighl Injured tends offering a site and building costin OX00p to the State free Jcb 2s A serious accident I ovekxok Davis the new Senator elect occurred iu the Iron faard this morningfrom Minnesota is a much younger man At 11 a oclock the- - roof of vlioCeanrgmg than Ben Butler but almost his exact department in the Bessem r Steel Works of the Cleveland Boiling Mill Company counterpart in appearance Pkof Ale caxdek declares that he has fell in with a crash and killed ono man and sounded the extinct crater near the leper injured eight otliers Isaac Kdwards settlement at Molokni and a line Jri9 fejt killed and the following were injured long remained taut and failed to reach tho Martin Henderson Mike Tuepuer Joseph Miller John Pcsh John Jacobs S 1 bottom A cikl has just been arrested in New Pierce Stephen Migash Patiick Patton York for stealing tho watch and jewclryol A Murder Confessed a friend and the fact was that she had pawned them to get money to burv hei iNDErnSDENCE Kas Feb - - The mys mother tery surrounding tho murir or J T Miss Carrie Duke the daughter of tin Tompkinson last week has cleared by famous Confederate General Basil Duke the confession of Frank Meyer who is is wonderful phiyer on the violin and is now in jail Meyer had an old grudge now entertaining her friends at tho Na against Totnpkinson and nnbushed hini shooting three times He then chascl tional Capital Tompkinson three quarters of a milo and The abolition of the free pas sVstem-b-thrailroads will it is said ie a fcatarn fired the fatal shot of the enforcement of the inter State com Another New Explosive mrco law over which a strong legal quesPETEiisnunc Feb 23 The experi- Â¬ tion will be raised St The library of George Washington pur ments with a new explosive which have chased In ISIS at a cost ot SoGO is one oi been made under supervision of the Govthe many interesting collections which ernment have been attended with great success The explosve possesses fifteen have come into tho possession of tho Bostimes greater destructive power than guu ton Athenazuin Library Princess Coloxxa tho daughter of Mrs powden It does not produce any smoke J VT Mackay is to accompany her hus Nina Van Zandts Marriage Certificate bjind to this country Jin the spring Heii Chicago Feb 25 Justico Ingelhardt coming over to lookafter hi railroaddn who performed the marriage of Nina Van ttrests in Mexico and Texas A Western man sent in to an editor an Zandt by a proxy to August Spies- re-Â¬ item to the effect that his fortieth wedding turned the alleged marriage certincate to anniversary would bj observed on a cer- Â¬ the county clerk to day Tim clerk said tain day but thoprinter inadvertently loft ho would not file the paper until hoJiad ob Â¬ tained legal advice on the subject oat theword anniversary John C Calhoun of South Carolina A Woman Gibbsled grandson of the great nullific rhas he sec Buffalo N Y Feb 2s A dispatch ond largest eotton field in the United from Herkimer says that Mr Roxalana Stales Ho was n Captain iu the Confedyardat erate service at eighteen and is now fortv Druso was hanged bi tho jailnoon to tho day rear of the county jail at cne Only tlio twenty seven spectators allowed Mr Chas Gallowat of Winchester Va Druses last was so overcome by the receipt of a tele- by law were present Mrsrare fortitude moments were marked with gram that she dropped dead Had she vaitcd to open It she would simply have Another Woman to HangJ found that her sister was coming on a Aluvnt Feb 23 It is reported llm visit TnE Treasury Department decided that Mary Wilemau Cataraugus CountyVY finished photographs from negatives taken who was convicted of murdcrin the fint husband has rip for citizens of tho United States while visÂ¬ degree for poisoning her to the Supremo iting tho Canadian side of Niagara Falls pealcd unsuccessfully O must pay duty when sent to tho purchas Courtand will probably hang era la this cpurtry Barge Line From Chicago to the Gulf Two sea wh wero in Lincolns Cabinet till live One is Hannibal Hamlin who Peoma Iix Feb 23 Tho grain mer- Â¬ acted as Ms Vice President and who fs chants of this city havo taken the prelim- Â¬ very happy among his books and trout inary steps towards the organization of a Streams in Maine and tho other is Simon barge line for the transportation of grain Cameron who is now in tho Bermudas for from Chicago Peoria and St Louis to tho bis health Gulf A Dakota woman in tho Upper James Valley decided that sho wanted a fur The Eruption of Mauna Loa cloak She began trapping mink and tan Sax FitANCisto Feb 25 Tho steamer ping the skins These she sent to St Paul Gaelic arrived to day from Hong Kong via where they have just been niado into a Honolulu and reports another outbreakof beautiful cloak for which sho was offer- Â¬ lava from Mauna Loa AH the craters ed 125 wero in great activity when the steamer The mother of a young woman in Oat left Honolulu land CaL who had injured heihealth by Why He Didnt Come Sooner--IV- o too much study offered her ten cents for every squirrel she would shoot The been ringing thin bell for fifteen daughter took to the woods and in ono minutes he indignantly exclaimed week recently shot eighty five squirrels as the elevator reached the top floor asd is fast regaining her health Yes sir humbly implied tho boy A hetokt is current that tho Eastern And next time I shall have to report prohibitionists have picked outMrPhineas Yes sir but please dont-- I T Bar aum as their candidate for thePres- - you1 idcBCy ia 1S68 The Kansas City Journal was trying to fix the cables All but ays that the Boa intoxicant quality of Mr one are broken bnt you rang so long iWBumii circus xemonaoo wnicn is a that I thought Td como un ind bika strictly cold T rater drink is a powerful the chances of a drop B boy m ats raver gasped the man as he got out safeÂ¬ Jones says David was a great sia floor aer bat David was a mitmificent re ly on the lower havent if I ever rin again rand you got but ono peater And when the compositor made cable dont mind me- - Just come up Â¬ ji aim sayi evia was a maeallicent re- stairs and call me an old fool and Ill peater Samuel waxed wroth have a quarter ready to slip into your a Ax lUiaeto school teacher has married a hand Detroit Free JPresi girl wheat he whipped so severely some years acotha he was arrested aad fined All thmfceaaM te her who waits and this The Savannah 2cws tells of one y- last ot even Kinch Kitchen living near Tallapoosa i Coalport Fa who gwore off against getting mad fif-Â¬ 1 iasaffere itly Denes It folds it teen yaars ago and has kept bis reso Jisfa hasiad 1th head s readily m otbr lutJon up to the present time He may parssns feM their arm hi Ifee same place ifcjs is the it mm Ma tet te sereteh its head quite as kare kept bis resolution ftM as Rases Its haade aad contorts its most persistent case of loeln r ones hedy Sa a meet remarkable war te nper we remember ever to have 1 1 An Eastern firm is Tmying all the rat Together With 830000 Spurious Monoy in the Hands of Officers pelts it can in the West There are fifty two newspaper pub- Â¬ lished in Des Moines la Con Krrn a Notorious American liuRlor uuu Confidence Man AuumsJlic Clanc Flaytcs JosErncs has been appointed to Captured a i postmastership in Maine I county in Missouri produced VO00 worth of castor oil last year Ottawa Oxt Feb 23 SupcnnMident Ax Icelander is in Washington Territory A P Sherwood and Inspector OLcfy or CURRENT TOPICS Robert Bonneb has been offered for MaudS ENORMOUS LAND PURCHASE Grant or 00000000 ltoujlilc u Syndicate cSt Locis Mo Feb 27 Probably tho most extensive private land purchase ever made in this ountry was consummated in this city a short time ago and within t a few weks all the uecesiary papers y ueprepared and a formal claim for possession entered Uhile Texas was still a provinco of the Mcmcuu Republic a certain Dr J5eales an emi grant from England married a native of Mexico became a citizen and desiring to form a colony upon the frontier obtained from the Mexican Government an im mense grant of land consisting of sixty million of acres known as tho Arkansas grant situated m what are now the States ofoTexas Colorado and tho Territory of New Mexico Just then tho war of Texas independence broke out and Dr Beales found it impossible to cst ibhah his colony Tho grant was renewed however and the treaty of Guadaloupo Hidafgoeinlo framed as to protect those holding grants from the Mexican Government Dr Beales retained possession land of his Before he was able to carry out his plans for forming a colony no died and the grant passed to his minor children Thoy did not however npprecia c the valuo of the land and no part of it has ever b en sold Now a company of American capitalists Kufus Hatch being among the number hav obtained the titio to the land from the heirs and will it is said take possession thereof in a short time The grant covers a district in Northwestern Texas Northeastern New Mexico and Southeastern Colorado embracing m all more than sixty millieji acres but prior grants will reduce this to about fifty mil- Â¬ lion Those interested m the purchase will not at present make public the exact boundaries Mexican by--- WITHOUT EYES STIRRING- SCENES Natures Strange Froak With an t Unfortunate Indiana Infant U uo Defect In Any Otln c Orgim of There 0e Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ INDIGNANT EDITORS Oountr niun Iil to Ho oiim rtiMl Mjtli u Ciiiiccin AVhlih Thrix- - OiTTlirir rutronjf i uitli IiiMtiKuratiiii- - a Ioti nifiit Injurious to Â¬ NttiiMpcr JroprlHors Cliar p i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ lntcxelN riLiii O Fob 2- - The country editors of Ohio are many of them highly incensed against one W S Cappeller who is said to be one of tho principal pro-Â¬ prietors of the American Press Association a concern which supplies tho country papers with plate matter for tho move ho has lately inaugurated against the country press in the matter of rates paid for legal advertising Cappeller claims that the prices paid are too high to country papers but only fairly adequate for the metropolitan dailies On the other hand the country editors insist that a legal ad is not like a commercial notice de manding the wide t possible circula Â¬ tion but if publi hed m a journal circulating generally in the county or district where those affected by the ad reside that it is often a more effective dis Â¬ semination of tho notico than might bo ob-Â¬ tained by insertion in n journal of much greater circulation The country press will of tourse tako this matter ut and the prospectsare that Mr Cappeller has tackled rather more than he will be able to handle Ma -Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ llirir Biuzii IxiTeb 2 September 15 was born to William and Anna Armstrong of Coal City near the Clay Comity line of Owen County a daughter perfect in all other physical VcsRects but eyeless Tho external parts of the eye the cilia and tho eyelids are perfect but tho eyeball is en- Â¬ tirely wanting Tho eyelids are closed normally nover opening voluntarily but they may bo separated with apparently little effort Tho shedding of tcard when crying indicates gthc preseuco and normal action of the lachrymal glands Ihcro is no defect in any other organjjfy House eiiner structural or lunctioual At birth she weighed eight and a half pounds being smaller than any of her brothers and sisters she is the sixth and youngest child For six months following her birth sho matured slowly retaining the appear ance of a new born babe Nellie for this lithe childs nam- - is developing as rap idly as is consistent with the degree ot physical exercise her blindness permits her to take She can not wallr but by the md of a chair sho manages to move around the room Her parents do not encourage her in Walking humoring her inclination atd recognizing possible danger from accidents Her ayjKJtite digestion and health arc good and exceptionally free from disease No defect or ailment manifests itself in any other part of the body ns sho develops When but a few dayJ old Ncl lio betrayed a tong appreciation for the light by turning her face toward tho window or open door Her sense of touch is so ncutcvthut sho ij- able to distinguish tho different members of tho family m this way bho eagerly grasps a hand that touches her face or person and carpssing it gives expression to affectionate recognition She can not talk but utters bounds Jolongiu to chil dren of a younger ago Nho is wakerul of nights sleeping only in the daytime Sho scarcely ever cric3 but on tho contrary is playful and cheerful She will sit T7r hours on a little mat ou the lloor content Â¬ edly engaged with her pla things of which sho has quite a collection showing marked appreciation for trifles among wbici is a common rubber hair pin which bho has treasured for nearly a year Sho will oc Â¬ cupy her cradle atiimes and what Is much better than most children will do tho takes pleasure in rocking hersolf If tho cduIJc chances to come in contact with tho wall or other obstruction she will in her own way make an emphatic appeal to have things set right Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ - Tho Injured n Fo27workins nauih1B1ticuiveraOiJnniiiuUyAV uuu states uurriuio model of a torpedo boat of novel design uiu auuir was exhibited to tho members of tho that sho and her husbAinl weie in Hou e Naval Committee yesterday by the inventor General Berdau Tho boat i in Â¬ tended to do effective service in eases where other forms of torp do have failed that s where the craft attacked is pro- Â¬ tected by a network of chains su spended be yond tho hull by spars The model is that of a vesei 150 feet in length 20 feet in Novel Torpedo Boat VasHIXCTON A- Her IIu 1iuhI tint I lttx Feb 25 Mrs Dunham v7au3W Ixi the wife of the man who was so foully murdered with her child near here thrco weeks ago is rapitlly convalescing but is not yet able to makn a statement that would bo accepted in court but she is well THE DUNHAM TRAGEDY AVifr Iocrll tin-- Killing ul vi -- Â¬ rn Â¬ o Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - -- tho barn doing the eveningchorcn when Plow came in and after a few words at Â¬ tacked her husband bhe became fright ened and ran in tho housy In a few min utes Plow came in find struck her and shi fell to tho fioor insensible Tho last Mio can remember is hearing the agonizing screams of her child which was afterbreadth and 10 feet in aeplh and intended wards found with its throat cut Plow will not havo a preliminary trial until sho Ut attain a speed Of 21 tHO knots an hour A feature of this craft consists of a pair is able to make a full and completo of the wholo aftair of brass tubers arranged vertically on the sides and opening downward capable of Color in the Cabinet firing torpedoes eonUiming two hundred Washington Feb 25 Â¬ Ex Minister pounds ot dyuaniito or other high exploLangston and others are getting up a pe Â¬ sives tition to havo a colored man appointed SecThrough a Bridge retary of Agiiculturo in cae the Presi Â¬ vfc Needles Feb 27 A passenger dent signs the bill making that depart Â¬ train on the Atlantic and Pacific railroad ment a Cabinet one Peter IL Clark o mentioned as the most likewent through a culvert a few miles west Cincinnati of hero Tho wreck caught fire and tho ly man Thoy argue that the recognition mail and eic c ress and baggage cars wero of a colored Democrat in the Cabinet f ould bo a grand political move destroyed Tho engine was smashed up was and also damaged Valuable Iron Discovery by the fire Engineer E J Hodg don sustained probably fatal iijunes St Louis Feb 25 The Jmlmtna Gazftt Mail Agent E L Peppin and J K Nickin of this city makes the announcement that son were seriously injured Brakcnan E there has just beon uncovered near Tusca L Gilbert two Indians and a tramp wero loosa Ala a bed of red hematite iron oro burned to death Dr M J Chase of sixteen feet thick which analyses sixty was bruised on tho head two and a half per cent of metafile iron Galesburg W Marin ut Quincy I1L had a leg in- ami is believed to be the most extensi o jured Most of the baggage and mail was and valuable deposit of the kind in tho United States burned up Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ato-meut Â¬ Â¬ froi Lm Feb 21 -- Stirring scejes wero enacted this foicnoon in tho G chambcr Colonel Robertson who wtUT sworn in as Lieutenant Governor tte time ago applied w admission and was at tho Senato door refused Ho con- tQ Stand at tho d001 unU1 S0Ino ono 0 the inside said Thats all right and Passed into the chamber Senator Do aotte applied at another door but could Bgalu admission aud he buttered and peat upon tho door for some timo in tho lle thci- - l s4ed down if ty t0 ee JO middle door just as Senator John soaj entered The Intter turned and aT lie doorkeeper refuse admission 2e tfotto and he began to expostulate fAnt them oaUInsr them thuirs and jScoanarels and demanding that DeMotto Sald bO admitted Konntn- - rnnnn11 t his seat and passod over to tho uuuujuii oy mo arm as soonas the latter felt iho grip of the Sen ator life tunic und planted a blow with his fist squarely Imtiveen McDonalds cjes staggering him and making an ugly cut on tho bridge of Ins ims McDonald did not resent the blow but calmlv advised Johnson to go to his sent and learn to control his temper Wmle this was going on within the chamber a perfect bed Jam was raging outside The crowd Avas surging backwards and forwards in the hall and around the door and when ever the latter was opened sticks wcm placed between the doors to prevent them from closing The crowd would then pull the doors op n and try to force its way iu Several struggles ensued from these at Â¬ tempts to gain an entrance and m tho struggle ono mans coat was torn into a policeman was forcibly shreds carried away from the door and ordered not to return Threats were freely made of breaking down the doors and forcibly entering the chambers but no nttemptryond pounding upon them with fists and caties wero made On tho nisido a dramatic scene WRsotiaetlng After tho row between Johnson and McDonald tho Senate was called to order and Iieuten- ant Governor Robertson iulvnnccd to tho desk or the president and plwccd his foot upon the steps leading up to tho seat as though ho was going up to preside over tho Scnato At that moment Door keeper Fritehett took him violently by tho arm and draggcdiiim avay from the steps In iisotlier instant he wa upon the step- again and again he ivw preveuled from ascending by the door Â¬ keeper He then turned t acilrcssj th Senate but was so frequently and bois terously interrupted by Smith that his words could not bo heard He refused to be seated and the door keeper vas ordered by Smith touuthimout oi the Chamber Iritchett immediately seized Rob Â¬ ertson and by pushing and dragging forced him out at the north door of tho hall tho crowd being still around the mid dedoor and unaware of wliatwas going on till Robertson had been ejected and the dour locked After tho exciting scenes in the Senate the Republican members atÂ¬ tempted to leave but wcre prevented the doorkeeper having drders not to permit them to pass out of the chamber Thoy re- Â¬ fused to take any part m tho proceed ings and bv their silence stopped tho the way of passing bills without their votes Several bills introduced by the Re finblicans werecalledup but their authors would not explain their provisions md would not answer when addressed by tho chair i -- i el tho Indiana Senate Cli tinber urnni FOKTY XINTK I rorn I orcllily IJrcteI Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ WAsniNCTox Feu 5StSenatz A reply was leeeJvcd to a resolution restardin the cause for cxtri work In trie Surgeon Generals offlci The communication was referred to tho Appropriations Committee to -- irovtne for an increase In force Thrco veto pen sion mc3ages wero received A communication was reeel ed Jrom the Pension Office denying that there was any discrimination against applicant who hate gone before s for relief A number of jxjtltlons for lgh llJnior licenses and for the pas-apof the tlrvvndent pension bill word introduced An - as ma4fo on adverse report Hecks bill to isue coin certlllcates in lieu of alt other forms of paper currency Mr Shermans resignation as President pro tctn was presented and went ovor Thellilitary Academy appropriation bill wa taken up and passed after tho Di trict Ap propriation bill uiid been agrced to House Tec Presidents vctp of a pension bill for tho relffef of John Wi Fatris was mis tained IK to OT not iwo thlrdi Tho sundry civil appropriation bjlLwaspUsS3jJ iniUilie pot once appropriatloabin talced eulogies of the late Senator Ilke were delivered until adjournment at 13 p m Feb riScsvTE Petitions SUiM TO wero prcentcl for the passage of the depend crti pension bill Tho bill creating the Pe partment or Agriculture ahd Labor was taken up and passed - itb an amendment transferring tlio Weather liureau to the new department A pension bill on tho case of ThoIIopis or Maine i as passed over the Presldem s to 53 to fi and at 5 UK p m the Senato adjo irod Housb Immediate conslderution as re fused the Eads ship railway bill and 11 was referred to the Commutoe on Coiamr cc The ri- - er awd harbor bill with amendatnts was also refused consideration and roferVed The House substitute for the Senate Caar dian llsh crios retaliation bill was taken up and finally passed 2i to 1 The poitrnce app opnittion bill was considered liirommlttee of Hie whoU 9nd ponding jv otb the House at 5WP in t ad journed W snifrm Feb at Sena i The Oanv dlan non intercourse bill paed by the House owas reieivcl anrt non coji ed if A resolution was reported declaim Mr Im slls President pro tern to succeed Mr Sheunin It was agrrtl to take the ITaioa liclficlntcstt patlon up to rHrow The calendar w as taVii up and seTersl HoiisMis pased Thepiiro pncumonla bill wm discussed until 7 i5 fchen the Senate Id ourned 0 IIOLSE Thr pension vetoes wcrereceUed Conferences a ere appointed cm the sundry chil bill Senate amendments to the Military Acafi t iny bill wero concurred inoTho roport from the Committee oullcctioas was adopted conilna ing tho right of Mr Steele of Indiana to bii scat Th- - DlstnSt of Columbia appropriatloa bill amendment were noo concurred in d th appropriation bill taken up Tin subsidy cltucvi is non concurrrdln TSSttfetoel dopondentV pension bill was elnsiderdd and alter thre hours U bute it failed to et tho neeessan two thirds vote Wa shisbiv IVh Ssv vte Mr In fralls was elected President0 pro tempore to succeed Mr Sfnnnon A bill was reported appropriating Vfl00 to cammefice the construction of the Grant Lincoln memorial bridge across the Pjiomac General Sheridan Invite the Senatn to lie repre Â¬ sented at tli unveillnK of the Garfield Statue VAn Wyr k dfiivered a lonp speech on his rosoltjjion for an amendment to tho constitution i roridlrur for the election ot Senators by the pcuple The pleuro nneumonia bill was taKeii up and after Edmunds substitute had wasjald aside Informally and tho Tnion Iaeifle in estlffatton taken up A re Â¬ cess was taken from 5 50 p ir until S oclock Tlie House joint resolution to irvcstli ate tho Paclrlc raltonds passed alcr a Ions debate Hor sE The bill creating a Department of Â¬ Â¬ Con--rrw-e Â¬ Â¬ -Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ c -Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ CONGRESS Sccoml SeIon pAt3u5 UWMJiuraUiayialivf-tWMkrairnMI-I- I- THB O AWFUL triirt EARTHQUAKE In er 1500 lVo ile Killed A Ion P One IKi Committee on Agriculture The speaker de cldeJ thai for the last sis days of the session that he would recognize no one for suspension of the rules rntil the appropriation bdls were pasted The bill to establish a tricultnral ex Â¬ periment stations ws passed 15 to U The conference roper on tho invalid pension WH was agreed to Tho jjeneral deficiency bill was reiKirtrd The naval appropriation bill uas considered in committee nl the- - hole and amended C G Iwe of Pro- - idence recently elect Â¬ Â¬ Feb 2 Dotuils have been re ceied this morning of tho results of tho earthquakes yesterday showing that tho effects wero far nioro serious than was thought Tho loss of life and destruction of property is learned to have been terrible The most startling news comes from the Genoese Riviera Over 1500 people wero killed in that district At the vil-Â¬ lage of Bajardo situated at tho top of a hill a number of tho inhabitants took ref uge in a church whn tho shocks weio first felt A subsequent and greater shock demolished the church and 300 people who wero in it were killed The destruction of property in tho sections of Italy visited by the earthquakes was 1mmeue and wide- Â¬ spread R0Mn Â¬ Â¬ Panic in a Church ll Â¬ Big Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- from Gainesville the county seat of Ozark County in tnis Statethat some time during Friday night last tho safe in tho storo of Wood Keed was blown open by burg- Â¬ lars and robbed Of 13000 belonging to the county and several hundred dollars the property of individuals who had placed it thcto for safe keeping Fay as found dead in his room at the St Nicholas Hotel having taken an overdose of chloral -- St Jouif Fb Sfc Blowing Job 27 information comes Â¬ An Overdose of Chloral Latatetti Ivd Feb 27 Frank m m I -- No Special Session JoxrJVifE Va Feb 27 Peopla in this AsniNQTOX Fijib 25 Senator Sherman vicinity are excited over therfiriding of tha decomposed remains of a white man in nas received a parsoual noto to day from Rj e Cave The body was badly mutilated tho Prcsidentsta ting that ho has conferred and it is thought to be an agent for the with a number of Senators on the subject Wrought iron Range Company of St and has reached the conclusion that there of Louis Ttye mans horse was found few exists no necessity for a special sessionun- Â¬ foet away from the cave in a starving con- tho Senate He says he will tall nouo contingency arises dition It is believed tho man was killed less some unforsccn mm Â¬ Decomposed Remains Found Pctnam Ct Feb 21 Firo broke out last evening in tenement houses adjoining St Marys Roman Catholic Church Tho church was filled with worshipers at tho time and the alarm created almost a panic The congregation ru hed from the doors and several women fainted A number of persons wero somewhat- - injured Henry Georges Legacy none of them however seriously The i niLAPEUiiii Pa Fob 25 Tho will of baptismal font was overturned and broken Geoigc Hutchins of Aneura N Y who iu the confusion The fire was soon ex left it00O0 to Henry Gcorgo for tho dis- tinguished with slight damage semination of Mr Georges writing wa3 Prince Alexander Has the Smallpox admitted to probate to day at Camden afjera contest by relatives or Hutchins Beklin Feb 24 It is ascertained that Mr George has however agreed to mako Prince Alexander of Battcnburg the deposed King of Bulgaria who was reported an amicable settlement with tho heirs yesterday to Ikj lying 111 with gastric Texas to Vote on Prohibition fever at his fathers houso in Darmstadt Austin Tex Feb 25 The State Scnato has the smallpox j tq dny voted 21 to S to sjubmit the question Heaviest Snow of the Season prohibition intendment to tho constiofa Calais Me Fb 21 Snow has fallen tution to popular vote on tho first Thurs- Â¬ hero all day It is the hardest storm of day of August next the season Trains delayed Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Escape ot a Condemned Murderer lA Feb 21 William P Buscli who is under death sentence for the murder of his brother some months ago escaped from jail this morning by fil- Â¬ ing the iron bars from tho cell window A reward of 5Xlis offered by the heriff for his arrestdead or alive From St John to Logan Bkiioiwat for his nictiey l trpneu 8ii -- Kax Feb 14 The House of A Murderous Lover Representatives in Kansas passed a bill Ntw BitfvswicK N JFcb27 3Vyrkoff changing SU John County to Logan Coun- Â¬ Brown a farm hand shot Ella La Priest end of South Fark for a burial placo for ty Tho couuty was named in honor of who refused his proposal of marriage Her herself and General Logan and a site for John p St John when he was Governor wounds are serious tho monument to General Iogan of the State Dead for a Dollar Strange Double Poisoning i Did They Kill Bowman xIaltimoke Feb 27 Jos W esse Chattanooga Tink Feb 25 A singu Â¬ O aged twenty five of 250 Disquith street lar poisoning cal o is reported Isaac Gard St Locis Feb 21 If the statements was committed to tho city jail on February ner and his wifo lived alone in tho western made by several persons in regard to tho 22 in default of payment pf one dollar fine portion of tho ijcity but occasionally took murder of ex Mayor Bowman can bo and costa for disturbing the peace This boarders Last night they3 ato supper proved George Patrick morning ho tore up one of the sheets of alone and in a short time bothbecamo ONeal the two W Voico andpolice offEast St Louis his prison cot and hanged himself deathly sick and were attacked with vio- icers now under arrest charged with hav A New Invention lent spells of vomiting mid terrible pain ingcommitted the crime will doubtless ba Vasiiigtox Feb 27 C E Egan a Before a physician could be summoned tho convicted Ono witness says IhattJn tho young Ohio inventor claims to have per woman was dead and her husband is dy- Â¬ evening of the murder he overheard tho fected a system by which vessels at sea ing Jt has beon found that poison of somo two officers conversing about the crime can communicate with each other or with kind was placed in the coffee they drank One was heard to say to the other That land b the human voice without regard No theory has been advanced as o how tho was a pretfy job wasnt it I Caught him right behind the car A clean job to distance poison was mti in tho coffee Â¬ The Logan Burial Place Chicago Feb 25 Mrs Logan has selected the center o the circle of the north Toi eka Â¬ Â¬ m m Â¬ Â¬ Russia and China officially stated that there is great tension in tho relations between tho Russians and Chinese Authorities In tho Kuldja district Russian officials think sorious measures will bo necessary to settle the frontier be tween Russia and thina in that portion of tho Empire m St FETERiBCUG Feb 27 It Is semi A Buildini CniOAGO Fel for Moody and Sankey 25 Moody and Sankej Murder and Attempted Lynching Â¬ tho Evangelist aro to have built for them in Chicago by vealthv residents a build ing costing SpO000 in which they win wrestle with tho wickedness infesting that city There Will also be carried on there a school for triinin f Christian workers The Gnat American Pie Eater bt Cd cistnati Fob 23 The great Auri St Lou Feb 27 Nioa Brocks a wo man of bad repute was shot in tho jnoutb cao pls cattr ua been found at lasts bis and killed but whether by herself or by namo Is Georgo B Foxton and is a barber Henry taubers a druggist whom she was on Vino street Yesterday on a small Â¬ Murder or Suicide Milwaukee Wis Feb 24 Duringia scuffle at a dance in Viroqua Jonas Love drew a knife and stabbed Olc Nelson fatal- Â¬ ly To night a mob of three hundred Norwegian- moved down upon the jail to lynch the slaj er The sheriff met them on the road and succeeded in delaying tho crowd tintil tho murderer could be taker away by a circuitous route to Sparta 1-- -j The cre Maine 0 dentials oritearan Texas and Hates Tenn Mr Bragg continuing The great sol cre presented Disagreement on tho sulwldy dicr Palmer of Illinois stood by the Presi- Â¬ clauo In the Post office appropriation dent Old Dan Sickles of the Third Army bill wan reported and another conference asked The Consular and Diplomatic bill Corps slid that the veto was a most gloriwas considered Mr Allison in reply to ous deed Brave men of all parties stood rm inquirj tin the subject reported the by the President It was only tho little tcry backward condition of the appropria j minds that went bussing about like Insects Hon bills and laid all blame for delay on tho that opposed him Mr Henderson Ij contemptuously House which he said practically controlled You stand by tho President the legislation of tho country Mr IngaUs was Mr Bragg No staff commissary can sworn in as President pro tern and a vote of thanks given to Mr Sherman The Consular ever cxcito me I am speaking for iVhat I and Diplomatic and agricultural appropriation consider the soldiers interest The largest Mils were passed and the bills reimbursing the Grand Army post in my Stato yesterday voted not to ask members of Congress to depositors in the I rcedman s Hank House A letter was received from Ceneral go against the President It is only the Sheridan on behalf of the Army of the Cumber- class of gentlemen who hang around the land inviting memlors to attend the unveil- Grand Army posts who crowd themselves m to get live dollars a weekand to 15e ing of the Garfield statuo In Washington May 12 The river and harbor bl 1 was tiken up upon their comrades who are making this the Senato amendments non concurred In and grand hue and cry conferees appointed A conference report wa Mr Bragg then contrasted the Industry agreed to on the bill for the location and and thrif t shown by the Confederate sol- Â¬ erection of a branch soldiers home west or the dier who had no hope of a pension with Itockv mountains The na- - al appropriation bill the Xortbern man who lags behind in idle-Â¬ was finished and went to tho Senate The legisness waitingtor his stfpend from the Gov lative bin was taken up carried over into the eramcnL o evening scsflon and after a cdl of the House Mr Morrison I1L said he voted for the and some filibustering tho session was mainly I bill but tho veto was so far above the high niiimtf with r tAlnrv fit Kill WsiiiMTixxrcr 2 Sen ate Mr Drown water mark of ordinary executive inde- Â¬ spoke on the correspondence of cx MinHet pendence and oflicial manhood thaz ho felt Jackson of Mexico with the State Depart like sharing and taking his little part of tho ment in referenco to the seizure and sale Ycsponsiblity n irt of the AineHenn elmnnrr T nVir Mr Springer 111 thoughtthc President naval appropriation would have been false to a sacred trust if bill was presented and seteral Senators complained of the de- Â¬ ho had not called attention to tho ambigui- Â¬ lay on the part or the House intimating ties of tho bill and tho misconstruction Jhcir opinion of the impossibility of getting which might bo placed upon it-through the appropriation ills by tho 1th of Mr McKinloy O dil not believe with March The House labor arbitration bill was Mr the gentleman from Wisconsin passed Also the anti convict labor bill Also Bragg that tho beneficiaries were either the pleuropneumonia bill A disagreement shirks or vagabonds was reported on the fisheries retaliation bilk A scoundrels Ho belied that there were bill was passed prohibiting the mailing of pa thousands scattered over the country who rjrs ami circulars containing lottery advertise fought ns bravely as the gentleman from fcients Wisconsin though they were not hero to House The bill for the erection of a public tell of their deeds of courage and glory building at Portsmouth O was returned withMr Hepburn la commented or tho out the Presidents approval The Pacific rail Â¬ fact that every gentleman who had spoken roads investigation resolution was referred to to- tho bill savo one had committee The call of States for tho introduc Â¬ in opposition originally A largo number of tion of bills was made A conference voted for it report on the Detroit public building them like himself terminate their oflicialÂ¬ was agreed to The legislative appropri- Â¬ lives on the 4th of March and a large numunlike himself were now ation bill was taken up The Appropri Â¬ ber of them bonding tho ations Committee was critb icd severely for about the White Houso pregnant hinos of the knee that its delay by Messrs Came in Buttcrworth He dethrift may follow fawning Allen and Itogers and Mr Randall replied nied the right of Messrs Warner and joint resolution ras offered by Itogers Ark A citending existing appronr ation bills six Bragg tospcakfor tho Grand Army These moutlis Tlio legislate e bil - was1 considered gentlemen had onco occupied honorable until 515 p m when n reces- was taken until positions in that organization but they are 730 the night ses ion being a speclil order for looked upon to uay when they rise in their eulogies on the lale Representative Cole ot Maryland At S 30 the legislative blH wiisf places and denounce their old comrades as taken up again vagabonds and scamps and tho scum or humanity as Benedict Arnold was Visitor Are yon papas lioy Tho statement of tho gentleman from Yes sir Aro you Wisconsin Bragg that the Grand Army Sonny Visitor Yes sir Sonny mammas boy has repudiated this bill was as uutruc In Visitor But how can you be papas word and essence as the greater portion of all his diatribe of abuse against his own boy and mammas at the same time He called attention to the comrades Sonny after a pause Cant a pret- Â¬ growing feelin of unrest anil disquiet be ty nice carriage have two horses cause of Commualsm Socialism George Boston Beacon ism and the kindred political vices that are growing in this country and warned Who is that ugly lit- Â¬ the owners of this wealth to keep faith First Dude tle beast talking to Mrs llensselaer with the soldiers and with the material from which soldiers must come Van Snoozer Hush Chawley tho debate Mr Matson Ithats tho HonorablePonsonby de Scar believed it to be -aisclosed as a legislator Ho duty to letina youngest son of the Duke of ask the House to pass this bill Blue Blazes Weally Dcab mo over the Presidents veto He had been introduce us old chappie asked wheUicr tho President had ever signed a petition asking that a pen Â¬ ilobile has a brass band witli a sion bo granted to all soldlors of 20 Â¬ Â¬ good-for-nothi-Â¬ -- e1 was sMoru in Washixgto Kcb SkAte ilatson finished reading tho indorsement loudsburat the Presidents Ac- Â¬ Republican of applaus camj up Jfromques Â¬ Fide of the utinbor ho tion nt ganllosrjttjvDepenm rensIoll tion was then put Will th Hons2 upon Ke ISM A Lively reconsideration pass rSj23 la tho Houso dents objetiqn ta the the bill the Presi Â¬ Wasiis-to- contrary notwth up the Depend Â¬ 3Ir Matson And it wa decided in the neg bill Vtho veto message of staadingf ent Pension ative yeas 175 nays 123 not the constiP coii er tho President thertjr Ia tutional two third m the nfurmative said be thought thaVfca report or the com- Â¬ Those voting in the aftlrmativo were mittee vas a complsteTans vor to tho Pres Â¬ Adams IlUif Allen Mass Anderson Kan idents hvpcrtolicf-iicL-tt- i Bync Bingbam Miss 0n the meas- Atkinson ISaVar ure Mr WnrncrSio said the ceantry Bound BouteUCj Brady Browne lnd Urumm iO should blush to seaHe of the least of Its Brown Jlrown Ta Burlolgh Burrows e Bunnell defenders tho Ia6ate of a county jfeBuck uynum uampDeu poor uouse iui- - wmvouw take many iiuiierwortii ia1 Campbell iO Cannon Carlton Caiwell or tnem out w tno poor nouscs Couger Cooper Cutcheoa Davenport Davis 3Ir 0HariNVCJ favoring the bill Dmgioy Dorsey Dunham Eldridgp Ely said that tho colon n did not go to tho Kvans Everhart Farquhar Felton Flecger war as tho Presl said they had for Fonl rrcdenpk Fuller Funston Galllnger n tho Fifty fourth Ceddes dollars and centf GlUllIana Call Grosvenor Grout and Fiftyfilth husctts composed Guenther Hale Han6ack Ifarmer Hay exclusively of oolol en went out they den Haynes Henderson ta Henderson 111 tvoro offered less tin th5r regiments be- - Ilepbuni Ulcstand IBrcs His- Herman Hopfelns Holman Holmes cause they wehja They Btnirned tho eoci Hitt Howard Jacltsoa JmM- - u 2 inoiiey and fNli wag fain ti a Ht liber tr pay ot soldiers we win ngnt ror our Lisdes Lawler La Fevre Lehlbach Libbey llaff aflil country without campensation LimVley Long Lore little Louttlt said it was for the Lovering Lymaji Manoney MarkhatnMatson M Bragg Wis mrmlicrs of the House to loolc after hc in Â¬ Maybury MeComas McKenna JlcKinley Mer terests of tho real soldier and tho busin rimQ Jbllard JHllikcn Jloffau Morrill Mor-interests of the country They had drifted row Murphy Neece Xegley Jelson ODon alou impelled by a species of sympathetic nclL OHara ONeill Pal 0Nelll Osborne Parker Payne Paysoa PerSUns mlluence resarJlessof reisgrfcorjiid ment Owen Until the period was reached which culmi Peters Pettbone Phelps Pindar Plumb nated in the presentation and passage of Price Randall Ranney Itle Rjg Rockwell one of the most scandalous bills which ha I Roincis Rowell Ryan Sawyer oScranton ever tieeu sent to a President for his sig Seney Sessions Smalls Spooner Spnggs Stuphenon Stono nature Tho peoplo of tlio0 country t Steele Strait jstrubleStuart iVt Swope Mass had every symes xarsney Taulbee Swinburne without regard to party EB Taylor iO reason to bo thanuful that this- bill had Taylor IkeO Taylpr Zach Tenn Thomas been presented to an Executive who had III Thcjmas0 OVi Thompson Townshend backbone enough to mee the situation In Van Schalck tTade Wait Wadsworth Waketteld Ward tllhl Wafner Mo AVeaver a few years the soldiers of the country not the bummers would have arrived at an Ntb Weaver la Weber West tTitto ngo when they could come to Congress and Pa AVhite Minn Whitlns Wllkins Wol fonl Woburn Worthington 1T5 demand ns a right not ask as a charity Tno nays Qvereall Democrats that provision be made for them Let not Congress bankrupt the treasury before 1 The vote by vhich tho bill originally that timo arrived by yielding to the de passed tHe House was IS to 70 so it ap inaids of deserters coffoci coolors and pears that the followiugjiamcJ members bounty jumpers Tli3 men who advocated all Democrats changed their votes ontho J the b II were not xhe fricndH of the true measure dams X Y Bacoc Boyle Burns Cobb soluier They advocated this bill many of Cunin Dawson Dougherty Eden Ermentrout them simply because the men could vote Fibber Giy Glbon Uall Hatch HUI McAdoo whom they epscted to buy by this bilL Morrlon Oathwalte Scott Seymour Shaw Mr Henderson la For one I pro- Sowiiett Springer Stahlneckr Stone 5Io nounce that false Applause on the Ite VIcle Ward ilrjd Warner A J 0- publicpn side aud in the galleries Uion the announcement of the vote there 1 suy that that is the sub- - was applause on the Democratic Mr Urags sldo and btratum upon whiiIi all this actloa is hisses and groans from the advocates of tha bated If those men whom they callpau-pei-- s bill -- mm were to call upon them Individually You PENSION BILLS DISAPPROVED for aid they would say to them scoundrels youearo a c OIHcers The President Objects to competent to work as we art at tlie Expense of the Private Continuing Sir Uragg Jaid the bill JVashixgton Feb 25 The Presfdcnt would grant pensions to he men who served from December lsol to June 1G5 Wtaiuesday vetoed the following bills Ho characterized these men as the scum Granting a pension to nthony Robertson of the earth because they staid at home ifor therehef of William IL Morshiscr till they werebought Tho soldiers who aud increasing tho pension of Margaret It were in alms houses had corjie Irom them Jones aud Loren Burritt lhe beneficiary and hwl only returned to atheira original h the last named bill was Lieutenant Colonel of the Eighth Regular United condition States colored troops and he is now reMr Steele Ind interjected a remarlc Mr Bragg said that ho Knew thaP the ceiving a pension of seventy two dollars gentleman who had just interrupted him per montfi In withholding his approval if ho dared vote his conviction would vote in this case the President say The condition or this claimant at this presho Mr Bragg didO He knew iu enilemca who had ommitted them- ent tiiuc i most pitiable No manraa check selves day aficr day in opposition it he would the feeling of sympathy and pity to the principle of tho bill and werc aroused by the contemplation of utter help or patriotic and faithgratful for the veto fGrteo of Who lessness as the result But in the raUUt of allÂ¬ ful mllitnry serviw are they know rwhat I am this I can not put out of mind the soltalking about lhave heai d them Re diers dn this condition who were privates peated cries of ISamo tiim name your In the ranks who sustalced the utmost -- cy JI- ana comuMuni -- ine wpuuncan con- - j privates anil in tno uumoie waiKs or nie aro gressmen all of them was Mr Brags not so apt to share In special favors of Con reply which was greeted ith inlnjled ap frregslonal action I find no reason why this beneOclary should bs singled out from his plause laughter aud Jeers Mr Brigg said the pnjss opposed tho class except it be tha ho was a Xoeutenant of bill anl sustained the President That Colonel Instead of a private I am aware antecedent forBthe gallant soluier the Governor of Maine tion proposed which Is furnished1 by anlegislaenact Chamberhu stood bythe President ment of the last session of Congress to which I Mr Bontelle Yes and he stands alone assented as I think lmprovldently but I am in Maine Applause on the Republican certain that esact equality and fairness In the 1 speak for Maine hide Jeers of treatment of our veterans is aftor alt more the Democrats and cricsiof rforry for just benoflcent and u eul than uafnir discrim VICTORY FJSjfTHE VETO i rre Houso Sustalaajthu Ik a - lndled Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ bU 2iwil jmm aT JSfilffmiVi Ji i i j - iU- jr II r - x Â¬ Â¬ - -- Â¬ S o Â¬ a s i- nirin Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ -- at Â¬ J t Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ c ination in favor of officers or the special benefit borgi of sympathy In individual cases FINISHED ITS WORK The Cnlon Iabor Conference at -- nati Select n National Kxecuttve Cora jnlttco and Adjourns CiifciXK iti Feb 2o Tho Union Labor convention selected the following National Executive Committee Cincin- Â¬ Alabama J J vvoodall California it E Davis Dakota Territory J O Dean Illinois J B Clark Indiana Thomas Gruelle Iowa VT If Babb Indian Territory M N Io in A D Vincent Kentucky L A Kansas Wood Maryland Charles A Mettto Mas Â¬ sachusetts JI Johnston Missouri J Xo lan Nebraska E llull0ew Hampshire George Carpenter New Jersey D Dubois Hoyt North Carolina J R New York Winston Ohio Charle3 Jenklns Oref on E V Pike Pennsylvania John P Jane Rhode Island Holmes W Mertoa Tennesee J IJ Vir- Â¬ Mills Texas Captain Sam Kvarts Wc ginia J IC Thompson Washington Territory George N Smith It was resolved that tho planks Jn tho platform of land transportation money Income tax and Chinese labor bo recognized as the National platform of the party Ji Â¬ and that the States adopt the others at their nletfsure In theafternoon I D Mc- Donald a KnighC of Labor cabiuet maker oi spnngneiu u was cnosen secretary ot the National Committ o and A J Streeter of Illinois treasurer Aftfir complimentary speeches the convention adjourned rf A meeting ratifying tho new oi party was held in tho evening Â¬ FOES OF SECRET LODGES A Conference or Thoso Opposed to Secret Societies to JJe Held in Chicago ia Â¬ t march Cure too Feb 23 An anti secret society conference has been called to meet in Madison Street Theater March CO at 93 a m whjch is to be in session two days and evenings for tho purpose of consIdejng the nature and principles of the secret lodge system and its Influence on the Christian religion und civil liberty The call for the conference has been issued at the request of promiÂ¬ nent men in various denominations It is the re3nlt of a meeting held ia tho parlors ofFarwell Hall July 14 last at which committee was appointed to ascertain what support such a conference would ba likely to receive from leading men denominaof tho various Christian tions and In reply to their inquiries tho following gavo their voices decidedly ia favor of calling such a meeting James Mc Cosh D D president Princeton College N J T P Stevenson D D editor Chri- tian Statesman D W Collins D D J A Collins D D editors Christian Instructor Philadelphia T Da Witt Talmage D D Brooklyn and many others The Wabash Railroad Trouble St Louis Fob 23 Tho receivers of the Waba3h have been notified that the purchasing committee will boon hand and prepared to pay into court next Tuesday 1000000 in cash or receivers certificates and file tiieir bond for 1000000 to secure such other demands as tho court may here- after award The committee now declares It will not under any circumstances accept tho lines East on the original basis of reor- ganization It will include them in the plans of tho Wabash St Loins dt Western Company however bat only on the basis of four per cent per annum interest and the funding of all past due coupons - -- Jm H f - Ki I Â¬ -- l i ts4 I J -- conscience heard ot in iovo with and iu whose store tho killing Bottom TrtHScripB occui red is uncertain wageu he masticated twelve five cent pies n minutes on a Sunday and hides itself in the At a distance of two or three miles the music is simply entrancing Mobile Begisler J Paradoxical as it may seem there Police Commissioners Bounoed are two thinge in this tvorld that I iKBHSAj oxis Feb SI The State offlcers thlsarternoon bounced the present cant understand one is that you Loard of Police Commissioners aud ap catch cold without trying that if pointed in their stead John B Elam Nich youlet it run on it stays with you and olas lluckle and Wm Henderson if you stop it it goes away- - Burdctte woods to practice Â¬ It goes out in the suburbs tho late war Beheld in his hand a peti Â¬ m tion drawn up ia 1SS which was too long to wad now It was numerously signed A U tnquet to LowelU and in substasw asked that a pension of CmcAGO Feb S3 The Harvard club of at least eight dollars a month be granted to this city composed or ex Kraduates of the all honorably discharged soldiers It con famous collegogave abanquct at the Hotel talned this indersement IUthelicu last night to James Russell Low Â¬ lain sure thtf toe subject of this petition ell Addresses were mado by W C ompt and careful considera is worthy of te justice should Lamed Hon Robert T Llncon Rev L 8 tion Itev 8 J- McPherson and Mr bedoBetotnet - es w vhose interests this Osborne The latter - advised independence Lowell CnovEn cxevelasd movement Is iaAs Mr MatiB concluded nearly every Iu potMc advocating voting on pnncip us feet and as Mr and not at party dictation ReDublican Â¬ i fci f I - i t m i vtou ip -- SL 1 JO r - v 4w a iil I il JSSSL f - n Jft - l rS L- e ii is f ti 4s - Jd - md - sa i 4v fi - i mmsissssmsmdBgssssA rT - l - A1 v y -- JJ4 I r I iv TROUBLES flMl One That Come Only to fVHaraas and Annoy TWIit Weaken Onei Falili In tlia l Ha for Hfittn Sermon Delivered by atot T OvWiltTal nase I D U - tr i 4 - I - H I - - o - t f u -- H- I - 4 mv E-f- c--Lf Bg5- - Vifv rip- - SKF aM - r j The aubject of Dr Talroagrfi sermon Tlic n Bunday February i7 was and his text J ere Swelling of Jordan calab ch xii v 3 If thou hast run with the Jootmen and they have wearied thee then how canst thou contend with horses And ir in the land ef peace wherein thou truaieiWt they wearied thee then how wilt thou do ta tha swelling of Jordan Jeremiah had become impatient with hi troubles God says to him If you can aot stand these small trials and persecu tions what are you going to do when the greater trials and persecutions rome If you bare been running a race with footmen and they have beaten you what chance is there that you will outrun horses And then the figure is changed Ton know in April and Slay the Jordan everlows its banks and the waters rush violently on sweeping every thing bofore then And God says to tiie prophet If you are veroomc with smaller trials and vexations which have assaulted you what will you do when trials and annoyance and persecutions of life come in a freshet If in the land of peace wherein thou truttedst they wearied thee then how wilt thou do in the swelling of the Jordan I propose If God will help me in a very practical way to aslc if it is such adifii cultthiagtoget along without the relig ion of Jesus Christ when things arc com paratively smooth what will we do with out Christ amid the ovcrpouring misfortunes and disasters of life that may come a pen us If troubles slow as footiuen surpass us what will we do when they take the feet of horses and if now in our lifetimo we are beaten baci and submerged of sorrows because we have not the religion of Jesus to comfort us what will we do when wc stand in death ami ve feel all around about us the dwelling orIpr dan The fact that you have conic here my my brother shows sister that you have some things you believe common myin with self You believe that there is a Uod There is not an athcist in all this house I tlo not believes there ever was a real atheist in all the world Napoleon was on a ships deck bound for Kgypt Jt was a bright starry night and as ho paced the deck thinking of the great affairs of the State and of battle he heard two men on deck in conversation about Godzoncaying there was a God and the other saying there was none Napoleon stopped and looked up at the starry heavens and then he turned to these men in conversation and said Gentlemen 1 heard one of you say there is no God if there is no God will you please tt tell me who made all Aye if you had not been persuaded that Of it before you arc persuaded of it now for tho shining heavens declare the glory of God and the earth shows Wis handiwork Bat you believe more than that you be hove that there was a Jesus you believe tfcat there was a Cross you believe that you have animmortal soul vou belfcve tliat it must be regenerated by the spirit ui woo or yoncan never dwell in bliss eternal I think n great many of you will Bay that you believe it is important to have the religion or Jesus Christ every dayof our life to smooth our tempers and purify our minds and hold us imperturbable amid all the annoyance and vexations of life You and I havi seen so many men trampled down b- - misfortunes because they had no faith in Jesus and you say to yourself If they were so easily overcome by the trials of lire what will h be when greater misfortunes come upon them heart breaking calamities tremendous griefs Olr if wc have no God to comfort us when our fortune goes snu we iook upon tho grave of our chll urcn and our houses are desolate what Will become of us What a sad thing it is to see men all uuuclpcd of- God going out to light giants of trouble uo closet or prayer in which to retreat no promise of mercy to jsoothe the foul no rock of jefugc in which to hide from the blast Oh when the swirt coursers of trouble are bioughtup champing and panting for the race and the reins ai e thrown upon their necks and the Wthered flanks at every spring reel the stroke or the lash what can wc do on foot with them How can wc cimpcte with them If having run with the footmen they wearied us hoivcan wc contend with horses We haveall yielded to temptation We have been surprised afterwards that so small an inducement could have tlecovcd us from the right How iiisiguiticjiit a temptation has sometimes captured our soul And if that is so mylear brother what will it be when wc come Jo stand in the presence of temptation that prostrated a David and a Mbsos and a Peter and some of the mightiest men in all Gods kingdom Jowwe arc honest but suppose wc were placed in some path of lif eas many or Gods children have been where all the forces of earth and hell combine to capture the soul Without Jesus we would gp down under itj If already we have been beaten by insignificant footmen wc would be distanced ten thousand leagues by tho horses Ah I dont like to hear a man say I could not commit such a sin as that I cant un derstand how a man could bo carried awav like that You dont know what you could do if the grace of God lets you You know what John Bunyan said when he saw a man staggering along the street tnorougmy ununited in his habits He said There goes John Buuyau but for the grace of God I can say when I sco one utterly fallen neregocs DcWitt Talmagobut for the grace of God ir we have been delivered from temptation it is because th Strong arm of the Lord Almighty has been about us and not because wc were any better than they It is a great folly to borrow trouble If we can meet the misfortunes of to day wo will be able to meet the troubles of to morrow but suppose how if through a lack of the religion of Jeans we are overthrown by small Borrows does notour common sense teach ns that we can not stand up against groat ones If we can not carry a pound can wo carry a thousand pounds If we are discom fitted coming into battle with one regi rnent a brigade will cut us to pieces If we are unfit to cope with one mall trial wont we be overcome by greater ones If the footmen are too much for u wont the odds be more fearful against u when we contend with horses 1 thank God that somo of His dear children have How was it that Taul been delivered could say Sorrowful yet always rejoicing poor yet making many rich haviagBothing yet possessing all things i And David the psalmist soars up into the rock of Gods strength and be Â¬ comes thoroughly composed amid all his sorrows saying God is our refuge and strength a very present help In tho time of trouble therefore will not wo fear though the earth be removed though the mountain be cut into the midst of the sea though the waters thereof roar and bo troubled though the mountain shaice with the swelling thereof Selah But my text suggests something in ad Â¬ vance ef any thing I have said We must 11 quit this life However sound our health may be it must break down ver our title hew may be to teonMlin4 nd estates wc must sun reader tfemt We will hear a voico bid ding twawayifrem nil these plafces We will kTe to atart en a pilgrimage from we eaa never come back We will forth last time the evening tar nad watched tbo last summer cloud ao foH tho breath of the spring wind for tho tent tin Hants of loved ones may be oat to hold us back but they can wo must About all other exits and M j wo may trifle but not about this Stupendous moment of life quitting whoa tho great tides of otcr Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ thought sonnee If I could come into your heart this mo- Â¬ But now I Ssow I thought how inapt in a Paco of ment I would see that mauy of you nry taN sepulchcr men should try their witticisms dear friends had vowed tb be the Lords A great German having rejected Christ in I know not what sickness it was or what his lost moment saidriveme light gve trial but I verily believe there is not me ligni- - oh xve inaj bo smart with our a man in the house but that he has somo witticism about the Usthour but when il time vowed he would be the Lords It comes and the tides art rising and the surf might havo lieeu at tho time vhon your O Lord if Thou is beating and the winds are howling wo child lay sick you said willcachone my brethren find for himself wilt lctthis child get well I will be a Chris- Â¬ that it is the swelling of Jordau Our tian Or it might have boon in some business natural courage wont hold out then How Â¬ ever familiar we may anvc been with scenes trouble when you have said O Lord if or mortality however much we may have Thou wilt let mo keep my property I will You kept your projerly sci cued our courage up we want some Â¬ be a Christian thing more than natural resources When your child got well the peril passed Arc the north east wind blows oft from the you a Christian History says that long ago it had been scat of death h will put out all earthly lights The light of tho Gospel God bnuounccd that tho world was coming to lighted is the onlv lamp that cm stand In an end and therc was great excitement in that blast The weakest arm holding t at London It was said that tho world would shall not be confounded the strongest one perish on a certain Friday On Tuesday rejecting that shall tumble and die When Wednesday Thursday and Friday the peo Â¬ the Jordan rise inits wrath the first of ple were in the eathcdru1 praying and its waves will swamp them forever Wo weeping It seemed as if the whole Eng Â¬ feel how sad it is rora man to attempt this lish nation was being converted to God life without religioa Wc sec what a dole- Â¬ for it was announced as certain by philos- Â¬ ful thing for u man to go down ophers that on that coming Friday tho 1 nity arises about usdflU tn6 soul and urround it ana sToioit out toward rapt-Â¬ ure or voeaK that will be the swelling of Jordan people sometimes j j talk very bout the departure from this life it Iamrrv to hearfrom But men do makefaB one of tie passage world to another Btron joked a great deal about it but it came lie shiver- Â¬ ed with horror when Many an Infidel n scoffed at the idea or fearing a rulure rorld but lying upon his pillow in tne lasthour his teeth have chattered with terror I saw n Westmin ster Abbey an epitapn which a poet or Â¬ dered to be put ip0n his tomb 1 ife is a lest Andaiitujnpshowit 1 sufi Â¬ dungeons that chilled him Wl a to Lati- Â¬ mer now tho flames that consumed him I All those who through tho graco of Christ reach that land will never be disturbed None to dispute their throne they shall reign forever and ever But alas for those who have made no preparation for the future When the sharp shod hoofs of eternal disaster come up punting and swift to go over them how will they contend with horses And when the waves or their wretchedness rise up white and foamy under tho swooping of eternal storms and the- billows become more wrathful and dash more high oh what will they do amid tho swelling of Â¬ - Jordan Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ the hospital after the battle and theie were many seriously wounded andtheie was one man dying ami the General said my dear fellow liAh ou seem T very much wounded am afraid an not going to get well3 ou No 1 said the soldier am not going to got well but reel very hjppy Oh I have seen them and so have ou go out or this life without a tear oil thir cheek t There was weeping all round the room but no weeping in the led the checks were dry They were not thrown down into darkness they wore Iirted up We saw the tides rising around them and the swelling othc wave It washed them off rrom tlri cures 4ind toils of lire it washed them toward the beach or heaveu They waved to us a farewell kiss as they stooiLou thedeckand floated down further ajul further wafted by gales from heaven until they were lost to our sight mortality having become immortality Lifes duty done as Inks the clay 1 Â¬ of southing belter how will he when the shadow of the lasChour gather above his pillow I T in the w armth of worldly prosperity ho was sometimes dismayed how will he i eel when the last chill creeps over him ir while things wore compaiaUvely smooth lie was dis quieted what will no do in the agonies of If in the land of peace in dissolution which he trusted they weaned him what will he do amid the swelling oHIordan Uh I rejoice 10 khow that so many or Gods child i en have gone through that pass without a shuddei Somo one said toadyiug Christian- -- lsii it hard tor you to get out or this world Ohno he fays It is easy dying it is blessed dy ing it is glorious dying and then he pointed to a clock on thtt wall and he said --The last two hours in which I have been dying 1 have had more joy tlmu all the years or ray lire A General came mlo Into the Wc without Christian solace but ir tw bo so how much more terrible when thiiian comes face to face with the solciuiiics or the last hour Oh if in the bright biiushiiio of health and prosperity a inanfclt the its inisfcstuiKSjr rel need - - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ friends were not submerged The Israelites wore just as tuorcughly alive on the western banks of the Jordan as they had been ou the eastern banks of the Jordan and our departed Chris tian friends have only crossed over not sick not dead not exhausted not extin guisheJ not blotted out but with healthier respiration and stouter pulses and keener eye sight and better prospects crossed over their sins their physical and mental disquiet all left clear this side an eternally flowing impassable obstacle between them and all Unman and satanic pursuit Crossed over Oh I shake hands of congratulation with air the bereaved in the consideration that our depaitcd Christian friends are safe Why was thcrc years ago so much joy in certain circles m New York when people heard from their friends who were on boaid the City or Brussels It was thought that vessel hud gone to the bottom or the sea and when the friends on this side heard that the steamer had arrived safely in Liverpool fiad we not the right to congratulate the people in New York that And tkeir friends had got safclyaeross is it not right tbi morning that I congratulate you that your departed iriends are safe on the shore or heaven f Won Id you have them hack again Would you have those old parents back again You know how hard it was some times for them to get their breath in the stilled atmosphere of the summer would you havo thcun Back in this summer Didnt thov use their brain long cnouuh Wouldryou have your children back again Would you have thein take the risk or temptations which throng every human paih way Would you have them cross the Jordan three times in addition to crossing it already and cross it again to greet you now and then cross back afterward for certainly vou would not want to keep themforcver out or heaven If they had lived forty or fifty years longer would they hate been safe perhaps so perhaps 5 not in the swelling of Jordan Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- departed Light from it load the spirit flies While Heaven and earth combine to say How hlcst the righteous vhen lie die What high consolation to you that your Â¬ world would perish Friday came and there were no portents no tiros m the air no earthquakes The day passed along just like every other day and when it w3s passl and tho night came it is said that -- in Loudon there was a scene or riot and wassail and drunkenness ami debauchery such as had never been witnessed They forgot their vow thev forgot theiK- lepeiitanoo they forgot their good resolutions Oh how much human nature in that While trials aud misfortunes come to us and we are down deep m darkness and trouble wo make vows Wc say Oh Lord do so and I will do so The darkness pusses thaporil goes away Wc arc as wo worn before or worse for oh how often 1 havo soon mou start for the ki igdom of UM eoiuc up to withtii arms reach of it and thou go back further from Cod than they wore before dropping fioin tho every moment of their privilege into dark ness forever Oh how ungrateful we have been Uo you know how much God has done for you and Jor ne Have you never felt it How much Ho did for you toda i Who spread tho tubl for you I Who watched you last night W no has been kind and good to you all your life long Oh how ungrateful we have been Methinks the goodness o God ought to lead this whole audienc3 to repentance I know not your individual history Somo or you 1 never saw bcrore some or you I will never sec again but I know th it God has been good to vou What return have you made There was a steam r on oae of th AVes tern hikes htvivily laden with passenger and there was a little ohitd who stoid on the side ol the taffrail leuning oivr and watching the water when she lost her balance and dropped into the waves The lake was very rougn The mother cried Save my child Save my child There seemed now disposed to leap into tho water Thero wts a Newfound land dog on deck Ho lookod up in h s masters faco as ir for orders His master said Tray overdo rd oaten ThO dog sprang into the watc on caught the child by tho garments and swam back to tho steamer The child was picked up by loving hands tho u g was lifted on dock and tho mother oro she fainted away hi utter thanksgiving to that dog throw her arms around its neck and kissed it but tliu log shook lilmsolf tiff from her embrace and vni and laid down as though ho had accomplished nothing Shall a mother be grateful to a d g that saves her child and be ungrateful to the Sou f God who from tho heights of heaveu plunged into the depths of darkness and suffering and woe that He might lift us up out of our sin and place us on the rook of ages Oh the height the depth the length tlu infinity the horror or our ingratitude Dont you treat Jcsus like that any more Dont you thrust Him back rrom your soul He has 1hcii You the best friend you ever had will want him after a while Wtio i th world is going away from your gntsp and all the lights that shine on your soul are going out and the friends who stand around you can do no good and you feel your loot supping away from beneath you oh then you will want Him tho loving Jesus the sympathetic Jesus the pardoning Jesus to stand close by you and hold you up amid the swelling of Jordan Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ THE GARFIELD FAMILY at the Mentor and It OcCsme In five years there have been manv notable changes in the Garfield familr Thero have been no death but the children of whom tha father was o fond have grown up The ttro older boys have begun a course in Co Â¬ lumbia College Law School andtle 1Inrry the elder ha been teaching in somo fcastern school Both are graduates of Wtlhams College James R Garfield has been studying law with ludo Boynton in Cleveland and is looked upon by friends of his father as tho son most like him in every way Ho has his fathers size complexion eyes and manner IJoth sous arc now men and have it is said g am- Â¬ bition Miss Mollie the only daiihtr is now a young woman taller than her mother and has about finished studies Tho two younger sons Abram and Inviu-r-thlatter named for General Irwin McDowell are old enough to enter a school on tho Hud Â¬ son and left homo for their duties there recently They had never been away from home alone before Since the preliminary education of Abram and Irwin in the Cleveland public schools the mother has had no further desire to live in aeitv She has ordered her mansion in Cleveland sold and has decided to make her future home in Mentor She has hero added to th modest frame house of her husband a Queen Anno structure which cost 30000 It is the most im-Â¬ posing home in tho countiy aiongh the nej part is behind and wholly sub Â¬ servient to the old house in which the President lived This still remain the head and front of the Gariickl home although remodeled to conform with A SS0000 addition to a the addition o000 lipuo isa curiosity in modern architecture hut sentiment for tho past and its illustrious dead inspired it There are probably sixty rooms in both now and old houses They re all furnished in modern stylo and with considerable elegance and there is an air of aristocracy about the interior A Glimpse lr Been Changed from a Money Lender to a Borrower Hon William II Hatch who repre Â¬ sents the people of the First Missouri district in Congress made a speech be- Â¬ fore the National Agricultural ami Dairy Association ot New York The speech was well received by the dele- Â¬ gates in attendance and it could be read with interest by the great body of agriculturists of this country Tho telegraph report of the speech was very meager indeed but enough of it was sent out to fairly whet tho ap- Â¬ petite of the farmer for moro of it It ought to be printed in full by the asso- Â¬ ciation and sent out broadcast over tho land so those who read it with inter- Â¬ est could profit by it as well Follow Â¬ ing is a paragraph from the address NO ore can deny that tho business of this great republic has prospered and that it is in a AGRICULTURE PROTECTED now tho Acrlculturist of tho Went Has The Way of Mammas Anxious Daughter Mother did papa have hi salary increased when he was married Omaha Matron No my child I dont suppose he had any money saved up did he Not a penny he spent all he earn- Â¬ ed Did 3011 get along comfortabh We were very happy Well 3ou know Georgehasnt been able to save a cent but See here if that poverty stricken fellow dares to show his face liere again 111 get your lather to kick him I out Omaha World KoTtsottB is Thomas Tormey Bcott Depot Putnam Co W Va wrote la bed with sciatica am using St Jacobs OiL Oct 25th issa he writes Three rubÂ¬ bings with it got mo out and cured me 5o return Wo have used Red Star Cough Cure write the Sisters of the Notre Dame Govanstown ML for tho euro of coughs oppression of tho chest and sore throat Price twenty- - Ave cents a bottle Wrrr is a bad overness like a good ono Ono misguides the other guides misses MIFU6rANACEA THE j3KanLPJRJFlEl 1 A Herald VCHlLDRENVusc JmNXttJ nourishing condition but tho farmers aro no richer to day than they wero twenty years ago They dont own as much land now as they did then Where has all tho wealth gone Hao you not it It is piled in tho five and soen story mansions of New York anil other cities like It I can remember when farmers loaned nine tenths of the money in tho whole country litsonow Ko Wheruls it It is In the coffer- - of the money lenders You owe moro money to day than you did twenty years ago andjou think you have been growing richer with the country Measured by the Uborot the farmer you h3e go to work harder to day to pay your debts tho burden heavier than twenty years ago A sjhtem has existed for tho last ten years that has built up colossal fortunes and widened the breach between tiio bread winners aud tho millionaires Th agricultural class should be the ovenilng class of this country You aro the groat iMnservatlvo class You hao been taxed long enough ua notcssarilyfby tho Coernmunt Look at the surplus in the treasury What is It It Is tho thou money of tho farmers The Government Is exacting too much of them ki it not bettwr to leax e this money In tho hnnd- - of tho people instead of placing it in the hands of the tJov crnment for distribution Â¬ hich Garfield did not know in his own homo Although the hou e is far in the country it has all the conveniences of a city home in plumbing aud stcum hcating A natural gas well has been bored on tho farm and the yard is kept lighted day and night The main entrance is through the old house In the hall facing the door is Grandma Gar- Â¬ fields old wall sweep clock which her husband brought home jut sixty years ago It is still tho standard time of that houe and keeps on ticking just as it diil wheu the President was born To the left is the smoking room which is a lounging room for the family James being their only one who smokes To the right is the old parlor now a reception room and rich m relics of the dead It was once his study Bibles and other books are upon the tables and the furniture is much tho thesamo as wheu the family left for Washington Ladies World w gas-tit-ti- That the average farmer is no richer to day than twenty years ago will scarcely bo denied by the average politician and that the farmers of tlur West owe more money than they can pny is too well known In all to be dis Â¬ puted by any one- - True some farmers have grown rich but the agricultural Â¬ ist of tho country as a class aro poorer to day than ten or twenty years ago TheTarms and the agricultural interests aro worth far more money than they were twenty cars ago but tho fanners in far too few instance own too small a tharo in tho really they pay taxes and interest money in Tho aggregate amount of loans on Iowa faun property is enormous and yet it is no greater if indeed it is o great than in other Western States If tho Minis loaned j rew les from 3 par to 3 ear the situation and the out Â¬ look for the farmer would he moro en Â¬ couraging But it does not if aii3 tiring it grows Our farmers raise good crops good cattle horses and hogs The3 work early and Lite They practice economy at evtT3 turn ami ever ear UiLiruU of their toil gOes into the pockets of Kastern manufact- Â¬ urers who are protected the Government to the extent of putting their establishments on a pajing basis Corporations monopolies million Â¬ aires and corporations pat but a frac- Â¬ tional part of tho taxes they in right should pa3 The groat burden of taxa Â¬ tion fail- - upon the agricultural inter Â¬ est of the country an interest that i not protected Taxation ami protec- Â¬ tion has changed tho farmer from a money lender to a moiiej barrowor Dcs Moines Leader AGREED That UPON n BloiYlng Up Hell Gate I CUttUuH rlAfKI has beea a laborious and costlv work but the end justifies tho effort Obstruction in any important channel means disaster Ob- Â¬ structions in the organs of tho human body opag Inevitable disease They must be cleared away or physical wreck will fol- Â¬ low Jveep the liver in order and thepuro blood courses through tho body conveying Is This So health strength and life let It become dis- Â¬ A few years ago a little book fell into ordered and the channels aro clogged with THEBREAT CUREFOK 9ur hands recounting tho experience of a tapuritles which result in disease and jso other medicine certain- prominent business man from doatn equals Dr which it appeared that as with most Pierces Golden Medical Discovery for Americans too closo attention to business acting upon tho liver and purifying tho bad broken Ins health Tho doctor said ho blood could not live- Ho then stated that ho used His lire a perpetual grind the miller 1YMTAMK a certain article which effectually cured N X p Grabble him and out of pratitudo for bis own reif oUtureAnteiisa Itch- lcr unctor most at oljrh- tcovery ho determined to devote a portion worse ut scraicuinr t Good Advice TJso Hales Honcv of of liU fortuno to spreadfng its merits be- Â¬ 1 f allowed to conUntio luinom f urm wli Horehound and Tar for a cough or cold fore the world TSJlK tiireti ami ulcerate becoming verraore As wo read it wosaid This is icvl 1 ike s Toothache Drops Cure in one minute ITIjSv SWAYNK8 OINTMENT Hi KSsv btopaltchinKAhloeUlnfrbeal dently a shrewd expression of a comfner l I pQiS ulceration ana la many cial motive it sounds well it reads well JUn wants but little here below- - zero names mo but many poopo will not believe it hvMlfL vtunflrt Krmld Uotion Courier rw In n few years however that man got cenuM DPSiliI famous thj world over Ho gavo several a months treatment for Me Pisos hundred thousand dollars to astronomical Remedy for Catarrh Sold by druggists mmuNCdiNUAvHAJjfliunuubia incuu research and Ins naina becamo a house hold word in nearly every homo inj the As auctioneer docs as ho is bid a postUnited Ktates Hundreds of thousands of peoplo to day man as ho is directed without reservation biy that to thismau alono they owe their lives If tea men aro collected together tho chances aro that If ono man accidentally refers to Warners safe euro seven of them will bo able to tell from their own experi iuau rrflut ml tux rwuL Too vwch effort can not bo mado a bring enco or from the experience of their isen i oufrn ayrnp iuim ftooa u in ume toia ct aruraihia to tho uttfcnticm ot sulTeripg womanhood tho friends of marvelous results which that remedy has wrought greatTaluo of Lydia E Piukhams Vegcta-Nothing has ever been put on the market blo Compound as a remedy for the diseases wo nro told tho sale of which ha3 been so ono is great hnd kept up so wonuerfully and this of ivomen Such anWinston tho wifii ot Gen- Â¬ N C and wo nlono is evidence that merit Is at tho bot- eral Barringer of IlAICESVIILr N J I tom of its popularity quoto from tho Generals letter as follows October 15 1856 f In our lues wo find many an advertiseMrs Pinkham Please allow mo to Dear ment from this house Somo people have add my testimony to tho most excellent E T IlaZELTIXE believed havo used and havo been cured Warren Pa ethers havo disbelieved havo not used and medicinal qualities of your Vegetable Com- Â¬ Dear Sir pound Mrs Darnnger was treated for died I was taken with a very Auuiiuiiuiuvkuivi uvbw r3 UttJ several years for what tho physician called severe cold last Spring result of their most careful Investigations Leucorrhcea and Prolapsus Uteri comand tried every euro we that tho condition of the kidneys is the key bined I sent hor to Richmond Va where bad in tho store and could to health and that thoy know if the kid get no help nevs aro maintained in health by Warners she remained for six months under the I had our village doctor safe cure ninety three per cent of diseases treatment of nn eminent Physician without prescribe for me but kept would disappear any permanent benefit She was induced getting worse I saw an- Â¬ Tho uric ucid or waste of the system to try your medicine and after a reasonable other phvsician from Port left la tho blood by what may bo called Jervis S Y and ho told constipated Kidneys blocks up tho system timo commenced to improve and is now mo he us U Pisos Cure ablo to attend to her business and consid- Â¬ and carries disease to every organ for Consumption in his This statement made time and time ers herself fully reorm General Barrin Â¬ pnfetice again Is so full of souso that it is now ac- ger is tho proprietor of thtt American Ho- Â¬ I bought a bottle und cepted na a sciontiile truth by insurance tel Winston N C and Li widely known before I bad taken all of companies who reject millions of risks it thero was o change for every ye ir if thero is the lea3t inactivity of the better Then I got my theso organs enlployer to order a quan- Â¬ Tho public is tired of tho wrangles of tity of tho medicine and this srtiool and of that school and It is keep it in stock I took quick to recognize anything that has such one more bottle and my conceded merit mid on this ground alone Cough was cured can wo account for its extraordinary sales Respectfully and popularity - dINtmeN1 hcum nnxi ITCHING PILES Â¬ ui Â¬ Suffering Womanhood J r Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ t Sunday School lue tlm follow lu A Mfi of tho pen a young porker 11 mil ileaaure In It Mulc Ilrlzbt Hong rauko th- - Clilldrc htpy It you nro lu urctl of it new ei of tslnslmrllook exnm FrAXK ilcEELTT Tho Proper Study of Minklnd is 3tan snys tho illustrious Tops If ha had in cluded worn n in tho list be would havo been nearer tho truth if not so pbotical Dr It V Pierce has made them both a lifo study especially woman and tho peculiar derangements to which her delicate sys Â¬ tem is liable Many women in tho land who aro acquainted with Dr Pierjco only through Ins Favorite Proscription bio him with all their hearts forhobas brought them the panacea for all those chronic ail ments peculiar to their sex such as leucor- Â¬ Â¬ tlirlrearaTieT words mostly new Meeting nj J It IVcncy ajuj 1 A HoSinan Itlcf bo cents trl02Pn S Ji SsOMiS or 1komii nil tbi lenutlful booV and ba7i c lcen contributed by many able writer The book has 1G0 paei and MujIc and HJ by in a each with Its orrn tunc broo Vricc 5 cents per doziwfUe A capital book cortainlie lir paces of excellent tones nrnint and Qceaionar pieces Mich as will tc welconml in th Saitdav jKchooL Each piece may be plajLKl upon tbuorpin For Sunday Schools O0ng nCfSnipi o Knieton and W F Br Lshtrwln Trice3j cents per dozen tlfil A boot that Is intended to lift tho 50rriec of on In tho abbath school above tb ordlnarT level ma Â¬ without putties it beyond the rtacb or the jority Kor Infant Classes In Sunday Ernph Clnwirri riowsrbi schools ny Emma ntu Price 25 cent- - per Uoxen fitO A dainty little bock as full as it can hold of sweet meioiIiS wim preuy Ter-e- ti iu wivm suca as every child will understand and enjoy BOSTON CO OLIVER DITS0N CIIIrrsox Co 87 Broadway New York -- Songs of Promise SVSnSSiS SrJtflfMJg1HlMareKl CURES WHEflF Alt ErSE FAILS BcstConph 8jTtip Tastes good TJia in time soiauyar iit Singing on the Way ft rVo American CAN NOT B BOUGHT Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ knmi -- - sun like a spark struck from an anvil will flash aud geout The woods will ut ter their lastwisper and ocean heave its last groan Botyou and I will live forever I Gigantic i aniortaL Mighty to suffer or cujoy Mighty to love or hate Mighty to soar or to sink Then what will be to us the store the shop the office the applause cT the workVihf scoru of our enemies the things that Wiod us up and the things that pressed u down What to John Wesley Mreail the e5 that howled after him What to Vbltaiaro all Ike Nations that applauded hiSffWhi to Paul now the Â¬ -- An Old Story Gulnc to Show Tint llap plnen Hops Not IPrnil Upon Gold Let me say that happiness can not bo boughtwith gold Many people think oth- Â¬ Â¬ erwise and hope if they become rich enough to be perfectly happy It is a great mistake Let me tell you an Old old story Once a man was so greedy ror gold though he was already very rich that ho usked tho gods in whom the world once lolievoJ for power to turn into gold every thing ho touched After some delay his prayer was granted One morning he woke and found himself possessed or the coveted gift With what joy he used it Whatever ha touched became pure gold He touched his bedstead and Its great pillars became solid gold he touched tho table and it became beautiful shining gold and he touched tho candelabra and ornaments in the room and they1 were all turned instantly into gold Just then when his heart was beating very fast with joy aud he was thiuking to himIiuc and vkcttp not for the freed rrom pain Now Im the happiest and richest Bat that lho sln of lore would pull them back self man on earth his little daughter whom asam he dearly loved came into the room That 1 ask a quennu ad there seems to come morning she had round her bird dead back the answer in heavenly echo What wiIlyou never be sickagain Neve- r- in its cage She was tilled with sorrow What will you never be and the tears trickled down her race as she sick again came to tell her rather and be comforted Never tired again tired again Oh rather she said and as ho put his What will jfou never weep again Sever weepyagjin you hand ou her beautiful young hoad she sud What will denly stopped The father looked down never die again Never die again Oh yearmy of departed kindred wo hail and there to his consternation and Brier whore his lovely living daughter you from batik to Sank AYait for u s when there had bosu stood a lifeless figure of gold tbo Jordan or death shall part for us Iho lips wero yet purtcd a tear stood on Come down ud meet us hair way be- Â¬ her cheek in her hand the cage with the tween tho willowcd bauks of earth and dead bird all dead a lifeless statuo of tho palm groves of heaven gold beautiful but cold aud dead The futhers lust for gold had slain his bcltfved On Jordans stormy lank I stand daughterl Aye more The man round he And cast a tristful ejc To Canaans fair and happy land could touch the hand of no dear friend where my possessions lie without turning him Into a heartless image O the transporting rapturous scen The gift ho had so coveted proved incst ruutrisoijniy sight Sweet Held arrayed in living Rrrcn fatal It shut him offfrom all sympathy s nd rivers or delight and fellowship with men The world for But there isoacstcp still in advance sugÂ¬ him became a gildeJ prison not a bit moro gested by thiisubject IT thisreligion of tolerable because gildeJ So you sec gold Christ is so important in life mid so im- Â¬ by Itself can not bring happiness but may portant in the Uxst hours of life hoiv much bring misery in stead Jin Jama Ltggt more important it will be in the great JTfM eternity 1 I need not stand here and arguo jj r Change and Consistency it There is something within your soul A great mistake is often made in suppos- Â¬ thaUsays nowwhilcIspcak 4I am im- Â¬ mortal The stars shall die but I am im- Â¬ ing that consistency requires a uniform simplicity Men utter opinions or give Yea feel that your existence on mortal 5Voce to feelings honest and sincere and earth is only atoaall piece of your being It is only a Talk up to the grave but it is thv8 worthy of respect but time bringing wiTjh it different and differtea thousand site beyond The slab of ent experiences circumstancesbring other may also the tomb is only the milestone on which stand points and bitter mental ability we road of JaHnltc distance yet to be hejice both thoughts and feelings may untraveled Theworld itself will growold dergo changes and be no longer what they and die The stars of our night will burn wero in times past For this psople often down in I heir sockets and expire The blame themselves and ara blamed charg- Â¬ Â¬ tention to their duties and wejc ably sec- Â¬ onded by tho subcommittee appointed by tho society and the secretary Mr Uarold not only but dangerous B Turnlcv About two acrs wero allotted Now we see that things have come to each machine and thoy finished in the following order Buckoye 1 hour 10 to a pass where every bod- - whose minutes Ilornsby 1 hour 19 minutes opinion is worth noticing is prepared MCormick 1 hour 20 minutes The two latter machines wero drawn by threo to admit that taxation must be reduced horses each whilo two lighter horses lint the trouble is as to the method worked the Buckoye binder with equal The people who are favored b ex- Â¬ ease Tho decision of the judges was based clusive markets 03-- the tariff want the on the followiug scale of points AtXTMiv MiLiEi c Co of Akron O for their Light Draft Huckeyo Folding Binder as the result of the National field trial held m fJecembor last The following cut from the Melbourne Argus ot December lt lSd giving particulars or the contest will be of interest The Aiyu says The Jleld trial or reapers and binders in connection with tho National yhow at Shepparton was held on Taedajv tho 1 lth insL on Mr Guthries farm illioat two miles rrom Sbepparton Owing to tho pressure or harvest work crops in all di- Â¬ being ripe the attendance of runn Â¬ rections ers did not exceed 1W but great interest was taken in tho proceedings As at tho late show the judges placed the Ilornsby machine first JlCormick second and tho rapresanta Woods third the Buckeye tivo disliked being left out in the cold and demanded a field trial is provided by tho rules the MCormick also sharing m tho protest so the prizes were held over pend- Â¬ ing the field trial The crop was ripe Wjheat nud tho laud was so rough that none of the machines could show very low cutting and the jolting over the hard clods was tolerably severe on horses machines and drivers Two oclock was tho hour fixed for the trial but as the Buckeye wa3 tho only machine then ready a delay was caused by tho Ilornsby and MCormick experts giving their machines u pre- Â¬ liminary run in the adjoining block t f crop and n start was not made until a quarter past three The five judges gave great at Â¬ tralia Australian papers just received anuounco the awanl ot tho National Gold Jledal to llarn tlii Mitcliinery In Aus- Â¬ j l bloating1 internal fever ulcrt iUion tendency t9 internal cancer and other ml drugswts Tha Oraat Nursory of CnnsTStT heir the pnn of miustrcl Mncluint Traveler a n9gro j j rresn ti PERGHERG8 HORSES 200 Imported Brood Maro i Of Choicest amines -- ONE POINT Xo Trouble to Sn allow Dr Pierces Pellets tho original little and no pain or griping Cure liver pills sick or bilious headache sour stoinach and eeunso the sy tom and bowels SO cents a jcyt SX2tvl vZ LAItGE NITOBERS All Aces both Sexes IN STOCK When the revision of the thrift was first proposed a few 3eirs ago all tho beneficiaries of that device for the tax Â¬ ation of the man for the benefit of the few as well as all the hoodwinkr d sup Â¬ porters of these selti h interests de- Â¬ clared ihat there was no occasion for A reduction of an move of the kind tariff taxation and the breaking up of tho monopolies ratted under that tem would ruin the country It was better to keep right on pitting war taxes than to run an risk of having the country Hooded with eheap goods which now cost more than they ought to In this way the discussion opened The tariff reformers held that action was neefc sary The tariff supporters held that a change would be foolish Trni Tint Will Not ltulu tlin Country reduction nf tltO War vial It is tbo empty heart that nches bead is different A O Jtutjuue I Tho MHQflM-pFHR Dm nnd gray hair will becomo moist and dark by tho uso of H ills Hur Kehewer For sudden cold hoarseness or inta lion of tho throat talto Avers Chorrv Pectoral eating in a res A bkasst proceeding taurant whoso forks need rcplating Actc liaxtn Sha I aiRON xuuth i A THE OHLY TRD3 v raMf ieor ii nil IT 11 ss All MVm lrn lint ItnrtJ r Neither aro all prepared remedies unrelia- Â¬ ble This Is proven by tho rcsillts follow ing tho use ot Dr HartcrS Iron Tonic for dyspepsia rheumatism scrofula jaundice torpid liver and general weakness Tnr- - man who commits suicide by haning dies of his own free will audi a cord - Fon Couons and Tnnovr Di ohdeks nvo IlnowNs Bkonciiial Tkoches Havo never changed my mind rpeetitii thorn except I think bettor of that which I Logan thinking well of Jirv IlriV 23Ward JJeechcr Sold only in boxes IVico cts Will purify th BLOOD reiroInU tie LIVER and KIDNEYS and Jtcsmitr tio HEALTH and VICi Dysrrusvam uk or oiApreuin iniicKtionaCKoi btrragtn and Tired eellcg an oittteiy cared doom Clos ana nprrea zrcmfe cw nllTvns Hi mlM forca and rappHen kSaffsrinii fromBrain Fomtr complaint totheir x will find kiMiLJIEaT3 1peculiar iiatxptiH IRON TONIC a fearn rpmdrcura GlTeaacIerbal thr complexion Frequent attempts at counterfeit icsonlradd to the ropularUx ol the orielcal Do not experiment tbo Ortoisil axt Best V DrHARTSRS LIVER PILLS Care CcmtlpattonLlTer Complaint and Slcka Sample neidacne reentpt Soae and Dream Booxl ol two cents In poataze mtlled on THEDRHABTER MEDICINE COMPANY StLouii Ma TONIC on hh extended pectigre tn th Pcnrheron 1 tbonl j drats Percheron StuilBvolu Th a S tud book that has th nf VnnrriiAMMitnz ot th French GoTemmentSi rnpport and endorsement ww rcnu lut v from Franccall recorded 300 to 400 IirUOKTKD ANNUALLY hri Uo laa viviiv iiuivni MWDUNHAM Wayne DuPoge Co DAKOTA Illinois -- ill CG t tt Lm Dr sasVIIIX W8BW 0 latUeilloa with eeeriblnjcMIAM A J Free CoTerwaseat Lands and Low frlee Kallroad Lands la ths THE BEST IaelBe Country ORAZtNCsTI-JI-BE- R AGRICULTURAL LANDS MWOPEX TO PETTLEJU MAILFl FltKl Addsea Ti Laud Com V I K K- - ST PAUL XJH1C SOTl nillV sWMlKTH MTAJ inUIOTASUICTOu4 pnv0 Have OKAS U Wsb fllTtCI tjr f Halla Balsata for tke Xoasa Atipe of tho people tia typc ttr 1uUEsprtu THE MARKETS Cixcisxat iecA lPpcN March 1 enreacoashs colds pneumonia asthma whooplnr conch and all diseases of the ThrosU Chest and Xnnf leading to Consnmptlon Price 25a 50b and 1X0 Illnmlnated books famished free Join F Hxxrt Co New Tork c5 O c a fi r w 10 Maximum points 15 is n CO 5 10 13 15 Buckeye 3 5 4S 13 5 15 Ilornsby g 5 37 15 10 MCormick Tho Judges Messrs A Kinkald II Wilkinson J Grieve J Mlntyrc and J MGuinness thus awarded tho Buckeye tho first prize with the maximum number of points Ilornsby second with 43 and MCormick third with 37 adding that tho work performed was the best they had ever seen and their decision vas cheered by tho farmers present pt 1 -- Corn No 2 MSft always as smooth as a womans Three Oats No2 times n week he sits down upon tho bench IT TO PORK Mess in his shop and with a piece of punilco 7 03 T li LARD Steam stone held tightly between his index finger BALTIMORE i and thumb he will slowly rasp the sti bblo Jlcrald 13 CO 3 Ci FLOUR Family KS SS GRAIN Wheat No 2 off his chin and chops He says he can 4 Corn Mixed id shavo himself in this manner in half tho Nipped in the Bud 31 Mixed k 3 Oits time it would require him with a razor 14 50 Cc15 0 PROVISIONS Ports Mess Talk about there being any money in a 4 T3 5 0u A citizen of Detroit who is very CATTLE- - First quality I barber shop Its all bosh It wont bo Oft 3i long before men will bo shaving them imaginative rcccnth attended a ban Â¬ HOGS INDIANAPOLIS selves with sponges and cuttlni ifwir hair quet When he went home at an earl SO t GKAIN Wheat No2 red WE WANT YOU represent us la ererj i with an egg beater emplorment to Corn- Mixed SIS in the morning he attempted to county Salary J7S per hour expenses or Oat mixed larje commission on sale itmonth and Good stasia preferred describe the scene toliis wife jCTtrroiebuy A Bather Delicate Question Ontflt and particulars Free LOUI3VILLU SXAKDABD SILVEBWABS CO BOSTON KAaBL 01 C3l tt In the center of the table he said FLOUK A No t A French witness was asked tho ques-Â¬ GRAIN Vhcat No ircdv i M tion whether ho ever went to church there were two superb iTes Ho Corn mixed 3S4 said to the examining counsel Mr P 35 What became of the other one Oat mixed tij CURES WHLSE AIL EU fULS POItK-M- esSalr I object to answer do kesteon It is asked his wife as the opened one Bir ililO tye LAKD Steam Eost Congh Syrnp Tatessood Uo HI Q 8 00 not a proper kesteon Tho counsel iniix time Sold b drnrcists PI TOBACCO Con noil Lug IM it sisted and the witness said I appeal to to its full width Detroit Free Press V Medium Lea ii 130 your honneur if it is a propair kesteon GovULtir 6UJ io Tho judge ruled that tho question was a Some bos who wero duck hunting proper one and must be answered and near Yuba Citj Cal discovered a thereupon tho witness with utter uncon- Â¬ coons nest in a hollqw tree They set sciousness of his blunder said convul Â¬ sing tho crowded court with laughter I fire to the tree and a procession of deaffalr from your honneur ir it is not a coons appeared at the opening a few proper kesteon for if J say no dee eyes of feet from the ground until eleven of asssSSSBSSSBSBSaSSSSSBfHBSBSBBHB do whole court is upon mo if I gay yes I these terrors of the hen roost were tell a lie I FROITOIWU ALTREESUVE VHKS shot There was one left in the tree oa AN rrairjG rar without first writtof being so close to the lire and smoke vauuujiB uici iuiuui laiusoie i aonc CsVeeHHC11III The Washington Womans Exchanc Â¬ BEST weorer teued conUlnlng tha Burtst 5w and 33d YEAH that it was suffocated and burned mak This is an excellent Institution whore ing twelve coons in one tree aoteotou THE STORRS It HARRISON C Q 0 ing themselves and being charged with in- Â¬ women who need money and yet are not consistency See how inconsistent he is objects of charity can dispso of tfieir Th vwealthieat woman in Colorado tof he said such and such things last handiwork embroidery worstedr work Mrs Bishop Hiff Warren made her month or last year is often heard in con cake preserves candies pickles etc The 0000-00doWation and the offender is frequently fancy work exhibited and sold during the own money and is now Avortul She made her mone on cattle sad and ashamed conscious that he must last year was tho w6rk of over sixty wom-Â¬ Chicago Tribune admit the charge Sometimes also the en and amounted to 40208 5 while seven Â¬ dread of beins thus judged will lead m n teen consignors of cake sent different va- Â¬ Japanese judges wear a blaob lcconceal ormisrepreseut their real senti of this country fuse over thirteen million cakes of rieties sold at 21S023 Deserving dle mjats ptkt Wttkbj gown when proceeding iuscivil cayi who have becomo reduced in circumstances 8 and n red one in criminal cases Procter Gamttles Lenox Soap in 1886 flora ts always liberal and they that aro thus enabledto earn money whilo nice 0 trust her promis2s make little scruple of housekeepers obtain at fair prices table Paris recently reached a teeonl il reveling to day on the profits of to morrow cake preserves pickles and other Buy a cake of Lenox and you will soon understand why lellcacies three hundred divorce3 in one tla Â¬ Shaved with Iumlcn Stone Ever hear of a man shaving himself with a pumice itoncl asked an Ogden avenue barber of a Chicago Herald re-Â¬ porter There is a carpenter over here on Jane street who has not touched his skin with a razor for six months yet his face is taxes taken fff rum and tobacco and left on wool lumber food glass salt iron and steel The real tax reducers want the taxes taken off these neces Â¬ saries and left on rum and tobacco 15ut all are agreed that the taxes should come down That is a gain at anj rate It is something to compel a man who is profiting bvan abuse to admit that the abuse exists This the rings fostered lv the tariff are now willing to do although their remedy is not the most obvious one All parties having reached common ground as to the supreme fact that the countn is overtaxed it now remains for the people to bo heard in their own behalf It being granted that 1Q0 000000 in excess of the legitimate needs of the Government is now drawn annually from the people it is for them to say whether tliey will have free necessaries or free rum and tobacco Rcducel toithis proposition it will not Chicago take them long to decide 1 WESTERLY GRANITE AWARDS OF -- MEDALS HIGHEST IX AMEIUCA AND ECKOfi G S 75 LlVK STOriC Cattle CommonJi 0O 3 N Choice Hutchcr 45D MO 4 HOGS Common W Z YJ 5 lis 5 SO uood iickers 4 no SIIEKP Good to choice CO FLOUU Family i3 S3 URAIX Wheat Xo 2 red c ft Xo 3 red 7S fift j Corn Xo J mixed it an OUXo J mixed 10V cull o HAY Timothy Xo c TOUACCO Mediumlcaf ft Good Icaf -- SJI ft 3 10 71 PROVISIOXS-Pork-M- css Ianl Prime Steam BUTT KK Cholce dairy Choice to Fancy Creamery APPLES Prime per barrel POTATOES Per bushel XEW YOU1C FLOUR StaU and Western CHAIN Wheat Xo Chicago No S red Corn No 2 mixed Oats Mixed PORK Mess-LARD Western Steam CHICAGO rro M 15 31 Office 10 West 23rd Street New York City Contractors for all kinds of BnlldlnK and Monu Tha netet qclclcf t taint and most powerful remÂ¬ mental work In Genuine Westerly and other high l edy knownforltneomatlsm rieurlKjNeanUKiaLuni rade Granites lurect Importers r IoIIhed Lairo Backache Weakns cold In the chest and all umn Iiatcrs nnd ilonumentaln the Celebrated and Drag achet and pains Indoraed by 5 0W Ih cetchlted Jranlte Estimates promptly furnished cUts or the hlsrhMt repute Bensons llasten prompt Â¬ ly relleTe and cure hero other plaster and irreasy QUARRIES AKO WORKS lTe liniment and lotions are nbcolutely UIm Beware of imitations under similar fonndlnir name Capson OapHicineathy och as Cplcum are utterly worthless and Intended to decelre AiICtob MEXICAN WAR butoss axo takk N others All drupsists Tork JOUSSOh Jroprtetom Jew E1UBUKY AND THEIR WIDOWS ARE NOW EMTIO TO jldn SSBSBi t SOLDIERS so ls 7 W ITS M M COCKLES THEGBEAT ENGLISH BEMEDY - 3 25 Hi 3 M WrHti iV 47 i SSjft ft 2 fO Q Si PILLS ad reopened Free advice prompt rB rt en AHtrMTS B C repion and Bounty seenred for fkdirs of last war their Heirs Pensions Increased Rejected case EVANS V O Bex 6SS WASHENGTOV h TUCKER ft SSi 37 13 00 it 5J 3 G ISi For Llrer BUe Icdlfeitlon etc free from Mercury j contains only Fur VeKetablo InfredieuU jticent CU1S Jf CRITTI XTOX XEW TOUC yfflP POPHAJfS ASTHMA Q 7 3JJ 00 D Til FLOUR Wisconsin winter GRAIN Wheat No 2 red No2 Chicago spring KM 0A TSW T2 33 Corm n the F WKsong Iatent loeMil- made In keenlnz trrAlM FOWEB HILLS and FAR FJBEB A1XX1M Clrcilars ami Tejtlraonlal sent o application WaXSOX BK09XMtoBP a Flour JHwpriAn 9 I3rVI 13and aorXXiX 6R1HD SfJfiS PECITIC fires prvmptaa4ioniTrcllcriaSTerxcaM andCCBEaaUCUKaBLKCaasa Ileauat aadacreeablsteu btaUk4TtrKTY laaKsanassMDraurasxuu PACKAOE sal ruacnlet If stall andforrres r scasjt aalTSI IT DOrn ASTHMA xrorsAaiAco rBILaDCLFBIArA lg---- g ikul rKE tr tmLmm JONES 4 TB Wani emlea va LOTera Bvet naansrs I art Mass aid Beam Bx Br a AYSUtFREICHT selln TrsrTslwnnle -- Â¬ pj e FZESSi PENNYROYAL PILLS CHICHESTERS ENGLISH TbeOrlslBml a atl eal r GcBsflae rr IlisstlssHsl bLnuhaisitn n r Skis faaer aa4 aSarsas - 1 C Â¬ 1 15 J always Reliable Beware ofwertal Imitations LaÂ¬ dles ask yoorx1marlat for Chlebetera bss Bak and take ro other or Inclose fc stamps to as for par ticular In letter by retain alL NaHzina HKATER CHKVICAL CwMPARY Cmt S MeaUoa IS Muare PkUadelpaJ Psw SM4Tx Brtisrlata eTerrwliere Ask for MCUlfc lere Kali PeaajTeyal PUk Take no other DB JOSKPR Â¬ Â¬ O0 V ROSES cccnc PUNTS VhhIIW Bff thk svkskrt line j -1 -- HOG A SkWAIXS TBEATISK OS GHOLEfiA--0- - Sent Free P CBJoxssftCoBloomlBCtot IsV CHCinMC OCeen Py bosaty pro CROIUH cared sWxirtcra years pracuce saceesa or no 21 for circulars and sew laws A w MCOBs MICK Sos Clneuwatl O Wasluactoa O U riU Wholesale HAIR whereStret J and retail prfceVr B U i lrtBaBna8WaTefaratCOpBf BUW UITM- WrileTaU--rrjcKBaoTj- leetjntsj reHered t rmsml S V sTI ssTsrwsss faraseL rtSiZw VasUL sHttSSSJSM Qatoar 9 lIIatntjdClselvmsv Va la dasjiisansit 0- Why Jidthe Women - UKsaewlTav 5 m T tW A AT StwBBleaworrhBli Wlsss FREE IAeaBB4ertnehorst r IsinsWI n 70a wfil tag IMw MtM Atlreiin iMtaljaaat XMalari laafjly K w 4 EV seas rANK stair that r7 T lsjflJ ts sMa WIIFJV WK1TINS AXsWIJ th A B 5 O jMlfc i1h- Oo 2 w3Ni - T4 KSIMr Ji -- - Vs H -- 1 irar MrP3 - 1r 4 t w s5 ifeAfcwi v L-- -i hi o cC o O i Zi f I I r it toAKtfiiittiijc isrer I fc IAVCV -- jury Tlie Order of the Iftylor Bard foreman J tt Alexander Matweli Knichts of Ilonor originated in U nderwood Jas Wenrn Jas Ben- jiin 21 vesterdav Louisville Ky J uuoSO 1573 with Wo have just received a fuH li1JCOf the celebrated ton win Uiuup a membership of only soven bell naruy eieetivood IT ltcnslcy Uead every line of Plants ad W IewettW tho it now numbers iu the W JDJ Smith whereas Editors Walker of verttsemetit Chaa United States 160000 It has Youuj Win A J Kirkland finton Boomerang and Taylor of the Mivi 1riu GXUBJSIS Speaker Carlisle and wife will made 109 assessments and pair Fulton FuItonaiulmvc beendoud wiiIntrK mill nniltsiiis liitintnpll Thos Prather 13 F Easley E ing their moral influence to Cirin go to Europe next month ER3 te KSisJa s A vffel million Vixiuiirdred and forty threo f Case cuit Court circles this week by Almost the wholo mercantile world is acquainted with the reputation of u W a ftmz The large flonring mill of Al thousand dollars ISo citizen who TETIT JU1UES their presence this JU0H3L its being conceded by all that they make up the best ht Hays Mny field Ky can spareJ5 or 30 a year should i 7 H Lewis Thos flolloway A britton ting and the most dc irablc line ofGoudb that go out of New York or was destroyed by tire on the morn delay joining this institution jT Carver WmCrosticT EUloa- ye flatter ourselves that wo have the handsomest line A lodge of tio Knights of any other city iiifr of the i7b ult It is thought son J li Cook J O Barnes O Labor is to 1h organized aL Hick Â¬ Clothing that was ever shown in Hickman of These are not low price rr to be the act Of an incendiary II IJtUiltU N iiilllWUVilW fT Donaho man Saturday so we learn a i Iuu ftiiiuina iiiriaiiii Goods neither are we selling them at cust but are willing to let them z r- rp i C fMnvt A S Great redactions in irons Probalilv no one tiling has cau el sncii a T r wr iiinsini go at a reasonable close nro fit We can fit the lean man the middle K C P a hi w Overcoats and Suits Ladies cenfrai revival oi iraue hi giving not- - vtiiii J i1110 UaVHClU ueo - 8U0 COUNTY EDUCATIONAL AS- man the short fat man and all men except the handy shank and the Uattor their Wraps and Mens and Boya Boots combes Drug Store as so ruanys free3away V li Thomas4 A Underwood A SOCIATION knock kneed man our pants all straight to tlieir Before you pay a high and all classes of winter goods bottle ofcustomerB of New Discovery trial Alexander Q M T Salmon A J for Dr Kings tariff tailor bill jrive us a call and we cau guarantee vou a perfect fit 3ow is your time to secure bar- Â¬ Consumption Their trade w simply enor- - Wiijtle K C Forrester Alfred The next meeting of the C E A and as handsome a nattern as vou could desire For the accomuioda- gains will oeneld tlie seconu oatiiroay v moil in Hut verv vaiuoieriicie irom ine i it tion ot muse vho may want a fact that it alwJvs cures and never disai March at Lodgeton situatetl Alexander Maxwell points rnimlw Onlj Asthma Ilrmi vuiuiiimoui uiiiiiiiu n in the Hickman Cavce and Fu on And it dotli now appear thatjehitis Cronj ami nil throat and lungdU- business has been transacted but You cau tret it nope of anv special public inter ion road between Cayco and Fill Tnlm lrnntn IW Ktitn SiitiKit tt HUM - OI11CK1V CUIVU V VJllkl AWHII Fn MilltV MllllllUI4 om I VIM The uncertaiutv iu regard bv cettinK a trial bottle free tesi except cases elsewhere spe i0 Jack Oliver for Representative before buiiiiir Every bottle warranted to theattendanco necessitated the We furnish hundreds hornefi enrlv vith fine Pianos and Orcaiw andlarireshe SI OR A ciaily mentioned The grand jury vill have a unanimous race no preparation of the following rath al ow customers to pay nismall monthly or quarterly payments it ha sent ont for a great number of opposition believetUthat stock com wtnesses and it is thereby con- er lengthy programme It is WaH Grand Clearing Out Sale at panies can be organized to build jectured that they have consider- Â¬ Teaching Politics in School J CHendlcH I if Eivmentarr Geography Iearl 1 BrotliorSi Alexander Maxwells Clothing two or more grave roads in this able work mapped out but up to Pre Columbian Discoveries W II Cook we stillcarrv an extensive line of these Goods We can accommodate of all descriptions at cost All county if it was known that the yesterday only three indictments licgpirntion - Jno T Samulers you in price Also full line of Childs Boys and Youths Clothing Object Lemons Jas Itoystcr classes of Woolen Goods at cast ueonle of the county would co hadbeeti returned to the court tet ers- uSHjcall and sec what we can do for vou Yours as ever lteltion 01 History to Geography W Give sent to the chartered priviliges Heavy reductiofrson Winter Boots B Huphe i I O ii and Shoes Pest Calicoes iormer thereto Private companies would Letter Writing Jennie Thomas r DELIGHTFUL LIQUID it is a of course charge toll and Superintendent Denominate Number ly 7c all go at oc In fact we are LAXATIVE of the fact that School Hewmda as Incentives to Study iRosevrciod Ebonized Vdnut and Tdahogany Cases Special design offering great inducements in all question in view abundant if the Syrup of Figs is a most agree J b Jones We have en tirely t o many the grayed is so nihdeto order ESTEY SIloKl NGKR and TlA MlTON ORGAiNai lines not able and valuable family remedy Ortboirrpliy Ella Rinjrood people of the county would JAS CAMPBELL Choice styles of Organs for the Sitting Room Library and Hall FoGoods on hand and will sacrifice save iiiqucv by allowing the coun- as it is easily taken by old and B n FREEMAX Sjilanclioloiy F F Jones Heation of Common to High School J Ex Cirenit Judge Paducah Ky particulars address them in order to make room for ty to build them They would be young and is prompt and effectFulton Ky Taylor Spring Stock Now is your oppor-Â¬ a great benefit but of course a ive in curing Habitual Constipa 0 Teaching Sherron CO D H I5A LJJW1N tunity and dont fail to improve it continual tax for the county to tion and the many ills depending Annual Motion of the Jvrdi S L j23 Fourth AvtS Louisville Kv keep them up whereas private on a weak or inactive condition of Roulfiao jan 21 218 Church St Nashville T enih Objeci of 1ublic Srhool J M King companies would build and keep the Kidneys Liver and Bowels c 00 xiu ot iiempnis xenn V T Katnaga Iteform By and by the candidates for them up at their own expense It acts gently strengthens the or- Spelling Increase School Attendance It How to Uiias It 1 Salesman Paducah Ky and Lower House wifl the Senate gans oil which it acts and awak W Smith s f come out and tell the people who yuntj ens them to a healthy activity Gresian Education S L Isbell Bruce Up they intend to vote for for United - nnntlfrO For sale by C U LaudVum drug a The last meeting was succesF ion are teeinc States Senate Vue KRUst j Clinton street Hickman Kv ful and every teacher present felt j in poor i on are botlie a and cenerslly Will practice in copartnership in Fulton county All classes of that our great ami good profos Our Tennessee visitors very Tnn r flilfpitv iiprrotis brace up Brace j aug20 Gm out of sorts and want to In another column will be Mon is beginning to receive the litigation will receive prompt attention generally express the opinion that up tUUl 5 Willi l i i y IFil suilliliauia sjiitnr mMl I OUIKI l the advertisement of the recognition it deserves Tho teach- ftzz the prohibition amendment to the U I1C- - Ul IJIMCl iIlvtl fir tlwirbafis heartily thank the good people state Constitution to be voted on very cheap bal whkv anl which stimu Fulton Blooded Stallions owned ers this year will carrv hte you for an hour and then leave you by MrB II Freeman Fultoji Ky for their kindness and extend to YV W KoBEUTSOS II F Hawkinb J Vhtyou We can assure our TriemN that them and indeed to alla cordial in rnrcpnuditioii than Iieforo Mavfie d Kv Hickman Ky An old farmer who ought tod viit is an alterative that J11 l au this Stock is Btrictlv first class ill invitation to be present at our know says that topping the trees blood etart healirv vitality Liver pive every partu ular and it will pay nexl0meetingo Hawkins Robertson and Ttlilnra iu the court house yard wnl kill renewal restore vour strength Suh a j those interested in hue hoiSCS to AND Sasil L Isshell DEALER IN healfh and every one of them Pity if Jt medicine youViil find in Electric Bitten- - S0 them before jroiug elsewhere Chn Com DRUGS MEDICI3ES BOOKS ST A tTIONEftY and School Supplies proves to be true si WAGON REPAIR SHOP aud only 50 cent a bottle at C A Hoi- - Mr Freeman will take pleasure iu Fancy GcnOS TOYS and PICTUBES f KY JJICKMAX conibeV Dru Store 2isiH M5ssti hert answering all inquiriesaddreKsed Gapt T J Elmore is being SUMJUIliJ IALNTS OILS WIMiSaiid JHiUOItS lor Medical use Will practice in all the Court of the JITCKIIAA Kl to himat Fulton Ky strougly urged to make jtho race We havejust received a full First Judicial District AfitNT FOE THE I xox for the State Senate and we There arc charters for two Hue of the celebrated Cnntinental tepl7 one from nnderstaudhe has almost made railroads from the South Shirts laundricd nutl uulauudried J kinds of Farm Macbiiery Plows SYRUP OF FIGS up his mind to do so Maylield Humboldt Tenn and tho Middle all sizes alul styles They are Wagons Ac repaired on abort notice and W DIESTELBRINK Manufactured Democrat ton Bolivar and Brownsville each ma Fig Syrup only by the0Califor made from the best Muslins and in vnrkmanlik manner midc to ordor rpw Wagons c Co San Francisco on the i o The State school tax 13 liberal caliug for Hickman Ky railroad Cal is Natures Own true J iv I lilllllSi will lining iuiii u i iiiuiitn reblS R Ij MOORE can be found over Powells Grocery to attend nighl calls Mississippi0- vcr but to and high enough If candidates tilfn over otner nraiidthe viueu innriKo books there itivf tiA Tt is rlif inns n decidedly the best for the Legislature declare in fav- Â¬ charters like to new exceptions iiit 1111 nwDi i nmtM 200 REWARD 1tliwuii -t them o VJO space to narao all articles but no t init 111111 t i our common is no end With some niaiutain -- v living i iiniii in uiu iiiiil or of improving iei JLt trouble to show poods nijuti Liirtiiioi tin ntriT iviiiiii organized and TheLoniscille Underwriters Fire Insiir andoDie snd see at the corner of Troy WMW Sffll ff8- school system they ouhtto ex Â¬ booms aro nerve pluck and enter tern when bilious or costive to custom made Shirts atftl will give nnce ed9by the ill pay a reward of twqi nd Moscow Avenue Eiat Hickmru Ky Couirany ex perfect satisfaction Call and plain what they mean by it fearrest w prisof home people The Cou dispel hcadarhes colds0 ami We have fhb excht hnniirrd dollars lor Hie persons nnu conviq wlio pet firtt tiin of die person r There are 1300 Agricultural niKir can pick out ten men in Ful vers tp cure habitual constipa- amino them them STABLE o sive salo of to tlielioiire ociipieil liy Eucene Naylori SALE ANDUVERtY DEALER IN- Wheels in Obion county and toX county who if Utoy will ijo tion iudigetioii etc For salo in S3IITII Fllison Co in llifkinan Ky on the night of Jonu 50 cents and r10l bottles by C Wheclerism is rapidly spreading operate can bring about a real ary 31et 1SS7 o feblS among the farmers throughout business boom to themselves ami U Landrum diuggist Clinton T MritEXCII Agent the country Why is it that there the entire community and it will street IlicktnancK febll KENTUCKY STJtEET 9 are no Wheel organizations iu this be substantial and lasting prosia constantly on hand for hii community Y xl too THE ruzzLE perity KEEPS sale m Itoau FJIy fiost LS3J z HORSE8 h -- i3 vS k UaGaiES arid HACKS Thellt Rev Thos U Dudley y e l I m- - V il - A roan Filly n yisoMoihU spring Slaving purchased the stuble horsef M M Uncltlon Arnici MnlTC K B Bishop of itho Diocese of Ken ft iWt Wi B Plummer TK H H D S b 5 3 e f ff H i H 1 8 I 5 t H J 5 orn1II O nle the tle the UUcr M g Any and rnfiro outfit of the business snd The Hest Salve in tbe world for Cats tucky will visit St Pauls church dWfirissrrV left KJKr2SisrS on Ulcerail vre propose to continue d tV n Hickman preaching morning and Dniies Sores Chapped Salt Itbeimi Fever mffrmation thamciuiiy re eiveu ami win eolicit patronage- Hind Chilblains Sow Teller o evening and administering the Corns and ajl Skin Eruptions ami poai pay liberal charge for her proper care OORS Has been a complete Mieees MS MUStALU right of confirmation Sunday tivelv cures Piles or no pay required It on then Clayton Tenn We knew thdo prices febl8 FGB SALE perfect satisfaction March I3th U guaranteed to eive move them and so it Goods would or money refunded Prb e25 ceuts per box SOiMHYO fet dry Cypress Building Mr John R Kemp in a short For sale bv C A Ilolcombe Tt only requires ant has provcd Lumber Also lOOOUU and leiuin address announced himself a can Â¬ A full supply of all kinds Of Reading Matfer constantly on hand H examination to convince you that Cypress Shingle didate for State Senator at the BLAOKvSMTTHING DBBWRY Any Book Magazine or Pper you may desire which is not in stocky BOXDUUAXT we say the Goods are just what If booming towns necessarily court house Monday Hanade a marl- will be promptly procured ibis you b leaving your order mean greater prosperity to the they arCjeach article a jcnuinv Â¬ splendid impression and his canImvnUNDBRTAKERSGOODS tlu y are sit- Bar train and that vou can didacy is received with consi ter communities inwhieh the is clearlv 0 A theiii for Less than Cost WEST JllCKMAX nble enthusiasm by a large porion iiiitptL then itcommunity toinbring mh a reachsof anv of our people Hj0s oi MENS SUITS AND Hlacfcftnith the Call on A FOLIVER for aiiout mat 000m uy pursuing OVERCOATS Candidates for the Legislature metlfods now being used through- - A prisoner is supposed to bo ing Wagon Repairs c Ah 0 a full line of SS5 0 I in tbe State may have clear ideas out the country That is to say confined iu a prison of which tho YOUTHS SUITS ood TJxninTAKFis and correct views as to the Blair there is too much laud owned by altbrt is a plan each cfell opens AND OVERCOATS foftjus common Rosewood nolid Dlack Bill and other national questions neonle who are not using it who into all ceils adjoining it Sup k Itflnrc 011 llo Nature TriiilHUiil Walnut Cases c HOYS SUITS AND Veakii4 o er nln-l ire of 11 iinrt Ititillral 11 janSl but if they will discuss before the are not iarmers 11- sum uui iiosing me iiiimiiiui iu iuc hi ecu tprnitrriliot iii duciil l y lf Mntf Itivolun OVERCOATS DcLilily nnd Ury Kmi iionn Imi otetiry Xttou Vjimnoipticu c people an cutwforwiroad tax they sell yieir lauds or allow it to ne A and to be offered his freedom iff LADIES CLOAKS lnipclitnriil ti jiiArrinKO ncerlly will meet the practical wants of used as a basis for capital to start he will from that cell go through Has a splendid stock of the very best makes of all kinds of Hardware KmcTy ni FltfJIwntiilaiil lliyslcal laciacity MISSES CLOAKS IWtWHKRTJ tTIVEUViKIIMl A A DAVIS and that the very lowest the market the people 0 iu this atlminblr which are offered at OXF factories the boon fVbuld come every cell and out at B going TLe worM rcuowiml autlior CHILDRENS Lecture rlfarly proves from hi own experience All goods guaranteed to be exactly as reprcsentedi Diversified industries is what is through no cell more than once amy to Justitles Jndce A F Estes S A D vrv I rw CLOAKS that tiefu cnnwyiuence or in passing from A to B0 Show effectually removal witliont diuiReroin surpical rp Steele B II Freeman of Fulton IIIDUtUI it riuir or cortliali BLANKETS AND ertlons bousiej intruni at once certain ml et 9 how he can gain his liberty pointini ouc ii mole olcur Jake White and S M Taylor of COMFORTS fectnally ly wWch eery maereruo matter whalf his JIIGKJIAX KY Clintou Hon Jesse GilbcV and Our 230 KmI Button Shoo is condition iuy tw may cure Iiiiutelf cheaply prli WOOL HOSE AND Y MC A price vately anil railically Ojjlce Clinton Street Laclede Block Judge Jas Campbell of Paducah the best Shoe made fffr that iiJ- - Tki Lrclure trill jrore a Uton to lotiaiii and ThoYoung Mens Christian As UNDFJlWEAlLc stvle Sam Crossland of Maylield and j and cannot be equalled for Item cent the followlnj old and relia thoutandt a plain envelope to any ad- Sent nnderal We sociation will meet0in the Metho SHAWLS SHIRTS Mr C M Ewing of Dresden lit and wearing qualities ble companies Norih America Phoenix tlrei8 pwt paU on in receipt of fur cent or trto and the St Paul IltODSkCCETSc Hartford Tnncashire Insurance Company tioMase1 ctaiiiia uare 511 men co TennM aro amongj the attorneys have just received a full line and dist church Sunday afternoon atii Tie Everybody invited uiviinviii you will do well to examine them oclock When Fire and5 Marine attending Circuit Court price St New York KY Cost OCico llox 50 tntChRL-Ealmost0at yourwn r Also the Equitable Life iHSurance Com- 41 Ann l war- for discussion Subject s Moral vou can eet a handsome Cloak junelly before buying Every pair is TiyiJL --The Legislature of Tennessee ranted to give satisfaction Our Courage in Time of Xeejl t pany of New York J ci Diw1- - a rM- - iinnliti Riiin- - Leader W T Wilson t worth 1000 for GoO or atSloO iM - 11o iiii Ljiuij niiEjt J i r ti ti y Cloak for S550 or a Sjtit of pjOW TO SAVE f0NEY i wion 10 mi ijuuieuiTuie sunueis ui OHlfi iiiuua 8tyle W T Wilson Secy f State who lost both arms or a for 12 50 that Clothes worth 1850 at rial 011 Co We are Wholesale Headquarters lor al DBUfss legs in actual service An am Pnees Give us EixibON Shoes change of venue to Hick or a 1500 Overcoat for 1150 A Smitu grades of mendmeutwaa adopted including e msin enuutv was ranted in the vou are uoing yoursen aim iiuiny the SUteg Federal soldiers who j LleulbJ m case of Sarah Jane Dockerv an initisticc not to take advantage FOR 30 DAYS MORE CBEWIM SM18B TOJASCO ad ClAES jeb 3c iKiiisac j nsr9 hare suffered like losses and who i and will job to dealers oitfy at Factory i nf charmed with tbe murder of her of the oinortunitVfornext winter Tlierois talk tlllS WCCK aro nnt noiieinnoil lit tli aniiprl ii need them voun A Ri TJ j CO MP O UNDEDI prices also the 5 C3T PRESCR IP T IONS Mrs Uilkerson 0 It when vou jmaKing the leelelative races al Government and SnepwrjSwlsSi Sad was granted on the plea that the t in v SO nor cent more on practical issues i e a better ft The recomendatiou of the road law and a State prohibitory prejudice and excitement In thin This is a big interest to you l Vc CA Y0E AT the best in the market We also keep t Ptlilii iiiit In cqoice selection constantly on hand State Central Committer to the liquor law If there are any two coumy was mi buuiig tbnt mu ue- - have only a lew ot these Uoods 11 L II BUCHANAN T Prcst We take pieunre in nnnmincins to the public tlmt Family Groceries Confeclionunet and E T TYLEK Prcst q i 111111111 ALEXANDER Cath i iir -cematv Democracy of the Slate YOU niUSt COine qtllClC tO gCt for the next SO lny iniraertoelloffourwlnj 0 left ij ioti issues witnin tne Kiiowietige ri trial hit fiiiiii nilwill sell ver low for we pjta id1lense call andwe an holding conventions man that can bring on a ret hot j ia regard to First COtnc first served tertocidiilfur them the cash oaaame day for appointment of Hrrht ttllt IHRIKkR llUlllPtl will ln tllOi y Ur3L 2h JC2L f We are determined noto to carry Â¬ delegates to the State Conven- work and really there are no two Wl Four young boys whoje mII wl IImv Roots 01 ttinm ill Winter Clotlitnir Ovtrfouts Clotka U The issues of more real practical vi- - names are withheld on Wedues il tlicui uvu iii tion it being respected and Sliced KUnVets llmeye Klunni Inr Cajw 2OW IS VOlir Jeund UnJerlilrt Overbirt llonde nlII1 Coanty Conventions will he held tal importance to the people And day were lined 20 each for dis Ollt bllore March IW-UIC2KS1A3T KY 1 cart on the 23rd of April and will he what is more the fight on these turbing religious worship This time llSIS a Jilirgain SlllC and what mle dvsnny one Onr verify by sivins n a priced biuinesarranKeuients followed by the State Convention two issues ciinnot be deferred in should prove a lesson to young you can get Ibargains in even thing call BUCh tetius w i Connwiii tctioje out u thet very large win nucs ai iun i acnnce iiveusa Louisville on Keutucky many years It is bound peoplt throughoat the county that now at which assembles in call nn7 twl 0 S50tKJ the 4th of May e the chnrcli is not the place to 0 to come o COS ELLISON Laclede Block SMITH talk and giggle and make sport r Eev Mr Worrel is a candi- Â¬ - - - KY HICKMAN and that if they do they will be Legislature iuG raves date for the organiredand rcadylfor respectfully Folicit the patrocagfft punished for it Time and again 1337 SEASON OF 0I88T And pet your Ujkckamithing nnd gcticral I have the het Hakercand make better Bein regularly All colltections madfl for business we free of clmifie Approved county We thonght a rejrulariy Can be found at o 1 of all depositors h Kepairmg oone at Urger loaves whiter anil sweeter llreud IIIIVIIBUM IlilVU IIUVTU l IS NlUl rUUH Q 0 C ltTT- CnNTtr ordained preacher was ineligible m j vu iui um tuuiiiii iiticvuuicu l t t iiV VJUWUIULOIIuuiwii than any BaUery in ihe city Fresh raie ol per cent per annum to1 a seat in the Legislature bu Fulton sioociea btauions llrcid onhand all the time Also Ice Also a full line of Drugs and Pat- - in tlll couty but there are those then aaay le Mr Worrel is 4notÂ¬ ent Mediclues4he huest perfumes cream Lemonade and a choice lot of Con- ruro5 kkxtccicv o determined to see the law en jireacher enongh to hurt al- always in stock fectioueries Cream Uread at Wpburnst Corner of Obion ami Exchange Streets forced impartially in the futuro W1LL1VILBURN though no donbt a very worthy Give me 1 call One firit clasd Trotters Two Stnmianl breil FebltSwj Sildle Ilorse One ClydeUle Draft Horse One EZCKKAlf 0 augl3- KY3 man Wnin you find an old school 0 H BOCHANAN CnAS BALrfflBfi ts Xo black Jack ST -TiLERM ALEXANDER L 1 L GEO B THRELKELD C JOHNSON peiliRrettl dtock and j Baptist and an old school Demo Tbe alxjve rn life Good Work at Uock bottom Prices My W The river at Hickman was tbe beat tint canall firdtH Sontliwest Kentucky R UNDERWOOD e Estrisy Kotice J found The river bank at Leota Miss gtationarv moito crat combined in one it is a dead yesterday Pretty SVe invite ai iiidiwction of in tck nr -jEJ2T11 ILL WORK a specialty II II A J V FItEEt A V 3 O certain fact that you have got an suddeuly began caving Thursday wci uu tiio farm lauds subject to Taken up as a Rtrftv by Dr HCII Wil Fulton Ky mrJ oJOHN FGRAY and made such rapid headway overflow are Hooded but so far honest nan son living on tne uyersjmrg roan uvc mar26 tf miles southwest of Hickman one dun o i that the warehouse and office at nt much ilama re excent some e rni mr Kjjffs Mule xaenrray e l fH- Steer pome whic about body 3 yearg old the landing with their cout cuts fences washed down The stock f Wvaridottefl of the piiregt strain at 100 BICKMAN MAUBE WORKS marked with a crop off tiff rip linear and com v an overbit in the left ear horns short and - hay and porkatid tuner mereliaii- - n mtoiitllc Kfe and cll cared tor a peice Egc Si 0ft jht sfttingf 13 Ap- near ihib iiitvc ton KYl HICKMAN Mrs G Ji THRELKIiLD The fall now expected will ne ply to ihirk Appraised by W R Watson weeks stating to his family disewent into the river hist night ossarily be sloaiijl subject to four Hickman Ky ruar4 and J P Creed at ihe valiip of ten dollara that he was eoinjr near Keuton to The caving has not yet stopped c0iitiienoies of tnrther rises Given under my hand tfiis Jauary 31 O DEALER IN attend to some business and that and the large 1687 storehouse of TlPriVCr will IIP lUII for lllillll Fine 17orse foro Sale I D W DICKINSON J P F C ItaIjIan and American Marbms he would be back in lo Anrlliroo Frankei BIHh is expected tbAo - t v but the best indications Luke Blackburn a thoroughbred Stallion o o fcblj lATa At the end of the third day into the river at any momenta A njVtoa sujdeuce of tho flood t ptockrnen is forsale or trade he foiled to rstarn but his family number of residences are alsoj in j imple time for full crops on wellknown seen W G Kinpmans Liverf MONUMENTS TOMB AND GRAVE He can be j thonght perhaps he was detained dauSer STONES Stable Call on W G Kingman or 4 tn hotiom lands DEB REED1 mirl longer than he expected ami received a fine lot of Amer 2octs Lower than the Lowest t HAVING Italian Slarble I am pre nerer hecame uneasy about him no store ren I have no clerk expnss Gov Knott has appointed expiration of six or for Nale The State Prohibition Con pareii to an an ordera Call and examine JIulos Represents a linTof the very best Companies in tbe United States and pay cash for all my Groceries and a untiral the wrorK- thej bgau to April 2nd as Kentuckys first 7Ar vention met in Louisville yester- Two good solid WOUK MULitiS tor urrderu from eightdajsvwben i1 A 4j fc can soil aa cheap as OFFICEUT COURT flQUSE the country promptly herefore brands of Wittenbergthe cheap ifes ii and Loa iiMiaire about him bat up to last borDav It is not probable i1t 11 - A State ticket with Judge- sale Cull on Beat st oSd mt rr-r-tr BRUCE HENRY a 1V-o 1 MoiMhtT aierBiur had failed to many of the trees planted so -- late Fox for Governor is to be uountar Flour 25 oents cheaper than the low aprf 5 miles eet of Hickman mflHJ tft nntetl iviji niiiin iu tbo season wilt live MB 0 fcMW aivtbiagef his whereabouts1 funds and iblllnre T in thy una prosperous ot our tsocie- Circuit Court II pu C L RanMte Congress adjourns to day ties It as Organized in Ilsek- jmjgtf priding and SatnI Cross- 10S now All parties indebted to U3 by umu in 1370 and familieshas de- - land representing the Comiifon of Wtitb couvuiiPilrniiiv nml is note or account are kindly request- Â¬ members and the fitlfli ivitli lincuiiiiii ceased members of the BAI ed to settle aa we aro ia need of l have been paid over loriy mwub j grand Li a a - rff e kswb oi i9tit n i 0miu lifVAtntll T7irt iiVhu1 iMiuritj - 1PJ gBgaSggSSPyiSsr the most wor-Tli fctw - 6 wjcfts I LlvKenKaiiZ2STZLzcextfaT7roiii-t l - ivv iaw niT v oiiiitii i o nor is one fnrnn vr poj J1VlUtJt nU in V W XV A iii i iik mi in n i mi t 3 wit i TTntP4 ihiln was i frnmd lai of- j tu acquitted on the plea oi iMugnKlopioiininhfc Ho is n handsome geu yuSftow well connected said in Ids behavior and it is teel UtiS elicited active svmnathv m tlio miiwfc nr inniiv nrnl nfOOie cnsv ho and jury had Ju uot rtm ucd anv indictment aij to Al w- nfTiMiKe il - -- 1 t - T1fmfmifimmflmnjmii ni 9tpjmsn iili Ml ma diky jllky hkBtAl a -- ail a c a 1 t j i z Y- I - ma Bds r s jsk i ffiv i- IT ssk - - - t X i s m Bff 1AKD Â¬ Wf iK k ni Sa 1 rr- a t Â¬ - unin iuer - 1 J VERT CHEAP SUIT f-r- - Â¬ Â¬ t MEDIUM TRICE SUIT JH Decker Malnes4Eroti vmv 4Zt J the PLAIT BROS CO J ischer and otliorti Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Color--Ann- ie FREEMAN CAMPBEIiL Â¬ Â¬ lrfrt 1 1 ia I I I i BLAITUS BLACKSMITHING teLUklaeEals i ST ss - J 1 1 v - Family Groceries I SEWING MACHINE IPRESCRIIPTIPS S0ECIALTir ELITE iir-iiut-- l i- 11 1 it 1 c- k1 Â¬ Â¬ 1 Eauis Parker Â¬ OUR SCHOOL SUPPLIES PAiTCY GOOPS Â¬ I MTa il iwapaste 5- I 1 11 i - m 11 - Magazines 6ix c 4 esriocsicaisJ V -- d rsrj - it f j j M ICKMAM B 1 mil mm RESLIABLE I PIE A -- 1 1 v iiL mm n HOOFING SPECIALTY 1 - Â¬ Â¬ TRE Â¬ rr j- naoi 1 rMtr 1 OL JCMAS Ai S -- RELIABLE 1 7 lK i0 7 y U 1 J1 St mmmi sm m wmmn d K w warm-Step-mothe- r ulSCAamHSLL Wall lmlm y iiiiiiiwiuioi WILBURNS MIh mJML Ml BliHK am mimwmi Ilwl llc STOPS -o-- CAPITALS - J F QBAYS -- ji DlliEOTOEyS f j Tr T M1FBB1SOH -- r Iiiifitei Apaij ilU ---i- i - Groceries Fire Life marine and accident -r--a- i IV - 1- V -- f si m k 9 P it r- - - iW i - -- J If Bist i- - if i r IWI m I is--- - - ii rl rs jMt iKil U J C Hi i ff c J 1 i I aismSi fokeigsTIpfairs iiSt IBS 7 ffiBKHAH COUBISB GOLO x iz v eia ISTv I- K - l C- v iiiiirout and a good deal of sentiment inour little town outer ooiuiicrti States fo peti- - kr minvrcrs IN vast NEAR date for State Senator countie VTA11 THE Farmers uro busy preparing for ot Oraves Htekinan anu trtn the eutject to ing has been dumped upon tho conn lomtig Congress to ivufto the rulton a big crop FUTURE the action of the Democratic party menibera uf their Societies ei try over this supposed fact Hut Th tpriagSiioa tU1 comnenv is looking unusually well now comes the statistician with Wheatseason Ve are authorized lo announce D ft to pay their wav to Liberia apiece e for this if HE PROGUOSTI GATES TnE ULTI his unanswerable figures Park of i iiritxrs Tiir -- iiii and Mr Thomas Powell Baylor a candidate Mayfield Oraea County astinr oi COlO1 tin for State Senator from MATE FEDERATION OF ALL THE the negroes before the country shows that this idea like a good And CynttnceTwrntj WtoV counties of ENGLISH SPEAKING PEOagain many others is fallacious and nephew of Judge Naylor and a Isiibject to Grave Hickman and Fulton the action of the democratic 91prominent merchant of Fayette PLE The Courier does uotioieve without any foundation The course of study will include thorough work in the common ville Tenn has been visiting rei- Party- - 0 hi Spmlnl London Feb 2C that anything like uetiPi i roloniz it is only within the last ten or tat ves at tins place Tom is a ranches Latin Rhetoric American Literature Book keeping the tepoblicn have been favored with iweivc years mat any coiiiii FOR REPRESENTATIVE itinnwill take place for nera- natural Sciences Penmanship Jitymology bencral History Livil jolly whole souled fellow Thcrti is a law in Kentucky nu tioiiK but the further Gen Wolseley record of the number of ImlianalJ We we jct Irom an interview with w f regret that hi s visit will Oliverare authorized toforannnounce J p Government Elocution Psychology Logic Physical Gtt0graphyt Jkl-tliorizhifr the selling of vagabonds tho exeiteuientb and prejudices o in the course of which he express in me iMuiimj uaa oeen made a a candidate the Legislature ueomeuy soon jifrsoiis having no visible means ihe civil war of lSU o prbhabl ed some very interesting opinions Previous to that time say up to my be hi ought to a close Tom frmn Hickman nn Fulton counties aub geora and we will miss thee or support bat it is very laioh t may be voucidered jeet to the action of the Democratic partv on relations of England and the 184 all were meielyl It was tnd it- - yet aMy by both racec more favor United States with regard to the conjecturalestimates inat year a re Antagonism uetweon the wlns- - Election in August viiforceil o out in Kvc chargeri ai being u Detnoeiatir many of the mofit civilization The cou name count was mntie ami it was ky and anti whisky elements of TUITION iiitellignt of future of began e sin thi3 place is Jaw intended to operate onh colored men contend tlmtsepara by the discussion found that there were some 140 cerely hope still active eisatiou Tuition will vacy from 200 to 8 100 per month payable mathlf that our esteemed HganiPt the colored man but it lion antl colonization u in advance o will be the of German elections and prospects 100 red men in the United States friend Judge Baylor will see fit non enforcement against uuy cer ultimate result and v of peace in Europe Statistics prepared by tho interior ie mutu no more license for in tainly disproves the charge B tlly best for both blacks and 1 Principal May one I inquired S4ask with department show that the Indians to grant o SAML L ISBELL to at this and by when war prejudices are whites At present alarge major out indiscretion what is your have been steadily increasing the toxicants no be sold feelings place LILIAN ALTHOUSE AsaisUnl pnxnuil in the mor removed it will turn up a ity of the colored people view any own view of the relations of excess of births oer deaths in Vc have Near HicKifAK Ky matter but only the good of the jan7 6xa3 good law and will be enforced action or talk of this kind upon the great Poerssimpl the last eleven jeays making the community at heart Morality anil with much bencOt in Rome cases the part of the whites Expressing my own personal wti 1UI1UUJ W7 II Lilian IHJ i H1 Christianity of tlie South the strongholds off I Wolseley replied in enmity or prejudice opinion as founded every community demand that THE BEST SPEECHES lo ward their lace but time may should say I feel sure a vast ap HOW STANDIFORD FIGURES this traflic be suppressed There The unknown quantity in the guberna- cause them to look at IT it different palling war is certainly in the near arc more arguments at hand and torial race is named Holt Yen can jtiit ly The worlds history is fall of future but this indeed every 1 Supporters of Dr E I Standi cm he brought forward if ueees- tel where to put and what rort of caleu instances wherein taees of people body may be said to know The ford for the United States Sena saty lation to make on Buckncr on Harris on Jliut on Berry but no fellow can as yet were not benutted bv attempting rapidly increasing armament th torship say that he has an almost Our merchants are jubilant over tU about Holt He is making the best to live together as one peopk huge burdens several of the Pow certain thing in it They say that Ithe big tiade they are having A retches of the whole set and does not under one Government aai hence ers are laying upon themselves they have authoritative aud posi new htore house has been erected aem to I out of breath either Louis- depurations were broiilit about decisiveness with which armies aiiB tive information fiom the lion landij occupied by Mr Jack Mc- BB ville Democrat O anil different nation established are being developed and massed tionn FOR PiTCHifS WC are offenni all grades of Plain Medium uarusio that lie will not laeituu wiin a seieci line oi gro- The Democrat perhaps unwit- uulrecojitized rljv fftci the have made war nevitable but nrd Fine FURNITURE at greatly tm duced prices AVc carry full line at all times of Ch iiix hockers plain and marble tmjfly orfUmp from an abunjl- - nSJrJdsrlHBtoprniPfl not Kbi an whether iuwill be this summer or bo a candidate for the office thati018 Jfilin WSTsTvlor soil of Tu litre top Table Unreau Wah stand Wanirobe fCfraniberSf f5tra treses SprJnKs7lUi----autseuttcor mirncss inaKcs Known instance where two races as s Wll r only one Senator lhicitiirn anil lnsinInends Njiyltr litis recently graduated in next ti ttAfA tvrtIiJTVItl lit llrini will throw their influence tei TirtfA aj-- 63 M Pi si St W itrve tinvite your iavestigationInof aourgodg We are headquarters on i yaj s fclllvwv favor Holts quantity in one souse and arate and distinct as the whites man inwinter there is Huropu who knows that of medicine0 at the Louisillu Un Standiford because they will that is that he is making the best Hismark everheld together veriijj and will be at home in a cater to tho popular idea of the II IV speeches of tlie whole set YVhen anil blacks were any great numWhsU do yon take to be the les t It l f11 fi It as one nation for llllC v if in llliJIMUtl people0 that the two Senators tt Tlillfl tk3 Iirudley the acknowledged ablest ber of years And why shall not sor ofthe German elections Do Kgnitluate having received a ver should not come from the same Republican debater in the State history repeat itself with us For thevmeau Franco German peace carryinc the largest line of Wooden and Metallic Rurinl Cases of any fhm In Wt This is the Jugji certificate of honor 0IJe js is on the stumpit will be a humil- these race causes tho Spaniards i no tot see that tttev uo but section oi tie state a young man Ve diecount all competition in thia line Itepairing tmi o iation to the pride of the rank and deported the Moors the Is- Â¬ thete is n overwhelmin les mi claim which the Standifoitl men full of energy of sterling Vorth - Coutaur Imlmeut is tho most Tenneiisee or KentuBfcy and any eommuniivouderlul Paiu Carer the Job Work a specialty i make not for buncombe but be tv file of the old Democracy if ou raelite left Egypt this conntry has to my miid in the disiegan will do well to secure him to world has over known STEPHENS JIAXHELL o nominee is not equal to meeting so dealt with the Indians mat- cause they say that these are the practice his profession the popultr voice in imperial c o Store Roona under City Hall fjB7J facts him on the stump A blind man under tho influNature habit and opinion has ters Risnarks life from first to o drawn indelible lines between tho last has been to disregard the TRUTH WITH A GOSPEL FLA- ence of tanglefoot1 got oft the JOE EAKINS LUNACY whites and blacks and if time peoples wishes snub them ride tiain the other night and created II A R T TY LER VOR0 o Joe Bncips in announced nt a candidate not violence shall accomplish the rough shodiover them Vet by a commotion wherevqr he went Priiin ton lerie in one of the ATTORNEYS cAP LAW ir the Legislature be remembered Louisville separation it may prove a bless tltinr so ne nas creatcu out o a The business of the newspaper i o o R T A difttrkta It will that Joe handful of uottv norimm Xtjiti u or eitmy mo wnue is the chap that played crazy on the Ful ing to each IIICiUAV- - - - KENTptKY m prtnl lv iinii iri in iw tit iiiiiiinii luitiiit i ihmimij 1111 RECENT0atlvices from Topeka ton County Court and got himself t ent to men or black men of this country one of tlie inust iinu attend to all business entrusted the ptlbllt news not to furnish the Kansas tay that0BoKtou Corbett M si gaimilftpaii3a1Eiag to tneircare the asylum If Joe is successful in lii loon hi lie made to believe that a in the world an Kmnire more- puhiit with the news oCprivato 1 OlGce Furniture Factory b at a place influx of fifty million Chinamen to lover in o the slayer of Toim Wilkes Booth winfli the very people proeni inspirations he will o o xox where he can play crazy all the time and this novSTb has added to his notoiiety by0ter country would be for the bet- whom ho has disregarded areq pen pie be in perfect accord with the majority of first to take enormous legitimate1 Ao private conversation is asa orizingU for a time the Kansas his aSBOciatrs If quite a number of the ter This Government could not ered as pmatc correspondence House of Representatives Otitic for 8alc If ordinary lciraators were to io to Hicionnn exist one third Caucasian one pride o An interlocutor has no irtore right seems Corbet t who being heavily Do you see the profile of an I have on hand for0sale four yoke of and act natural Murrell vould send them third African and one third Mon to publish0 my private conversa armed jook possession of the good Logcing Cjttle Any one desiring Wingo Pur golian to the asylum tverj time And it will not continue English Bismark on the horien DEALER IK-shaae No icplied Wolseley rather tion than to ransack my drawers Speakers gallery and walking in Hlock of tllid kind would do Hell to rail many generations part Caucasian and examine and be convinced that I nil for private papers fiont ofthe door held it during Some journalists affectto think and part Afiican Separation i sadly I do not The miserable II nW le laKen ior grauet the entire forenoon scsMoiireftis- - Fell cheap nnd good stockM it a good joke on Murrell but sure to come perhaps not to Li- hquabhles petty personal aims of o J ROBERTS there are more of them who think beria but to South Carolina Mex our party Government preclude hilt a conversation is prnate tin ing to allow any one to come near Mopcow Ky ebll tiny such hope I do sC0jKtt- - vss t is distinctly understood to Three city policemen were trailed his judgment sound anil correct ico or someSouiherii territory 8HBDS PARfl iUPLBUBM1 ever with the greatest satisfac he V511 for pnbbc use either by hut tlieywuuld not venture in tho when he adjudged Eakin lunatic and if they elect him to tho LegisGROWING tionanl gratitude the beginning lrcv0b nrrangement or by ex dark cortidor anil the slaver of PROHIBITION nress permission ajterward Booth belt in English life ts ure the writ certainly ought possession At J2 CoV Old Stand oClintonJStreet Cornan It seems to be an undeniable a national party of something like o in which Libera oclock he sent word down to tiie lo hold good against the people fact that the cause of prohibition o liAUniQUAKES0FORErOLD SOX- House to adjourn or ho would o PHYSICAN AfJD SURGEON and of that district Conservative will is growing and the law is to be drop diffeieuces on Radical quesfions of As was the case concerning the come down and adjourn itp himtested in a number of States by a Empire indeed the ultimate fed Charleston earthquake nujl other self The House aiourned GOV HOLT KENTUCKY HICKMAN direct vote of the people The eration of all the Engliah-sjieak- disasteis of that class prophets lias been making speeches in Dour people of Tennessee this year are Aibevery session of the State OFFERS his ProfgssionRl SerTices to have aiisen who pretend thaHhe bon Mercer Keufuu Mason and to vote on an amendment to the in -- nconle HI of Hickman and ticinity Hi prctlicted the earthquake which Legislatures the old medical men That then is ymr ultimate idea other upper Kentucky counties State Constitution prohibiting its has just occurred near tlto Gulf besiege the Legislatures for in ore ust j Of him the Lexington Observer sale or manufacture in that State forf One of these ilidividu 0 iestrictie and proscriptive stat- is Wolseley said with en oT Genoa eavs and it seems to be very generally thnsiasm when overv man who als Rudolf labl chums lhat he utes lor me regulation oi metli Saddlery aijd Harness 5 Tlie Firat district haa no reaon to be conceded that the ppoposition will A JiM is now pend a statement a few days cai practice English is in some eMipire publihed 1 hare secured anharaed of her candidate tor Governor carry permanentlr one of tho fluent rorltnien in the Btl nd vi li If it carries in Tennessee speaks or federation or Whatever it may before the latest calamity took ing before the General Assembly make roofing and tinning a specialty For purity of character breadth of intel- Kentucky will follow next If the becalled international millennium place that the annular eclipse of of 27 V to the effect that should Motto I will not be undersold een in larger citiet ligence a sound 6tnte man like grap of FARRIS facta and figures and qne tion of policy question can be presented to the0 wll be reached We should then the sun which he snis3 com- - it become a law as it is now PLUIjMER Col lrolt has no superior and few equals people as a clear cut issue freed Iwi ilili t i ifiilintl chiropodist could not rrWV the tiw-VV iiwl i nn IIDMlfUll rOll tilt 2Htll1 WlIHlIl Wls drawna acorn or an optician fit a Jaclison SV opposite --oCourier OQici in Kentucky from politics on an entirely dif- Horn upon IIIIJIUIII whole world 4 I Wednesday last would pare oJIICKMAy - KY ferent day to that on which the am he added as I dare say von puuied by extremely strong atmos i VlKoJ spectacles to tho eyes J t Sitito nutl county ofliuormxr- chos Klion mtmiwm T tJom luinjr a rejiKtered phsi 4 WnrirclcrteilKtorlc Pi Padiltc anil XU fOIStli1 prctil iKlnuror nl Amolinn llllllio lI itltluesce cian ii full feather o Itiglaiui is one en it will bo worth thonVuids of United States and fc llnrntM Ntr work made to order and the American neouie I wit- - owing to the coincident IiiQj vfij f the greatest absuidities and votes to the cause of prohibition m Procpt attomion given to moon Ion the has no reasonable piohability It If temperanceptople act for the nessed at Washington the final ot the sun and the a is The famons Ietectivc0WiUiam is merely a politicians war a war good of the cause they will fight review of the armies of the repub earth II Pinkertou 0ind his brotber t lie it the close ofthe war The He haa secured the service kind anT of words anil threats intended as to keep candidates tor office out A NEW projdiet ha tl 5t arrived Robert have hi oujf lit suit or libel of that well known and excelleit work Corner of Jackeon and Kentucky Streets demagoguery and to drhe certain ofthe issue and let the people stectacle of that immense force at New oik lrom iightnd with against Mior Orestes Cleveland man Uncle Hob Farriwhich of itelf ia melting away among the people h political results s vote for or against prohibition being almost immediately absorb a decidedly dismal programme of Jersey City lining ther ilam a gitarautct of good and faithful work going to per for the next 25ori colossal I ColCE Bowsian who is to Democrats are not ride into office ed was the mostleft upon mohave laid out He tlgures uphi Jthirteen ages at published The suit is based apr24 proph upon a ears mita Republican to communication an be superseded on the 1st proximo on the plea or pretext of prohibi- ever seen It KOBKIIT IIOITGLAS CUAS DOLOLAS the piedicpons of as Statistical Agent of the Feder- tion and vice errs when thousands ineffaceable impression I never ecfes from many other seers have sigfied by Mayor Cleveland in which he used the words And an oppor unity of assuring Daniel as al Government for Kentucky by of them will vote for prohibition lose TUST OPENED with new STOCK ont nrdtont Fine Etylish RIGS for kir tho people in England that the done betoie him and he ia certain Pinkertons army stands ready to a Hon John F Davis ha been as the direct issue fj TLitMS njasonable Patronage solicited education of a public man is not that his calculations are right charge at a inotnents notice And OROCKRy tendered a more remunerative 9 G-BAKRRY complete until he has been in wheie all others hae failed The what an army it is Organized by position under the Government THE CANDIDATES gieat European war is i o come a Biitish penal convict it is now RESTAURANT America and has stayed thcro at than that he vacates ct3M8S3 least six mouths Every step1 within tluee or four years in a power in the land o SICILS T atlz nouns OF THOSE ANNOUNCED FOR which brings England and Ameri j which the whole continent will be The speed of ocean steamers LIST r A V ill keepa of Fain The suit of the Knights of ily Groceries eenerala ortincnt tic and en nearer together seemr to me a engaged anil the twentv three has been keeping pace with tho STATE OFFICES TO THIS DATE Confcctionerief public demand for hurry until a step nearer the realization ofthe countries which now eifct will be Honnragainst ex Treasurer Breck keep enyilayed a first clags biker Goojs For Giivemnr Judge O A C ideal civilization of the future high rate has been attained The I icsohed into ten Ireland is to inridge has boetiosetfled in the all ash and cew and will not te iinuer- ae25 one of the finest steam- Holt Calloway Judge Thomas II am therefore alwajs delighted be separated Mom England A United Statesii0cuit Court by gold Eatreria I o East MANUrACTURERS ers of the Cunard line plying be- - Ilines Warren Gen Simon I vhen I hear of an Englishman great King is to rise in the Com- - the pay incut of 22500 to the for O J and become the head ofthe Iiuckner Hart Hon John mer o iMliri intll lililv lili ji tvuu iiivtiiuui ITurris Miliaon Hon A b Ler HiaiTMIlg ill With such miserablo iui- - lacisNiiil in wvwuati a colftiuuous run hnally rule the whole mg the decree which was iriiuii- 5 feFuratiN lor EScnl3 lately made the vice versn ftsaiid of e Uamnliell of a conference between Ljingon Tame5 Bayou in Mo I0OAcrcfl twentj fonr hours in which she r Fyr souabbles over a kettle of fish as WUMI ultI hOI Governor Hon a counsel IJittciKDit maintained a speetl averaging the present fisheries dispute I alloer the globe In Fiance siid that he was perfectly in each CJood feuce Will furnish rentJoe Gardner Magofliu Hon J have not a moments patience terrible persecution will iigcand sati fietl that there was nothing ers I cow ii nd calveto twilk if rood care tweuty tbree miles an hour ill be morally wrong in Judge Breckin N taken of them J5yTorni9 S3peracrc W Bryan Kenton Hon J B 1 am convinced if I or any man of thousaads of Cluistians Hon Sam E ordinary tact or experience was guillotined while in about eight ridges conduct in the mattor and Deductions mude for lom h v overflow ApÂ¬ Read Jefferson In obedience try a joint resolu ply to ALttX A FAItlS TT sent over with sullicient authority i years the rope will adopt the that he had been guilty of no in 0 tion adopted by the General As Hill Ohio iitCKinan ivy g fii fTSJ Hon A E In fiii i iinrfk tfttf fire it li ciiitiiv iews now heldbv Dr McGIyun tentional wrojig Attorney Gnrn Courier-Journa- l H J Deal Charleston Mo embly Gov Knott has issued or Hon P W Amei ieaiP representatives 1900 things will quii t down dwJ iw o his proclamation naming Satur Richards Jefferson the i After Hardin Mercer whole affair could be settled out and the millennium will come day April 2 as Arbor Day to More surprising than all this is Auditor Hon Fayette Hewitt of hand in a week Thcro ia a revival of the bo observed as such by all who FOlt T25E the prophets statement that all rumor that the President will Hardin Hon Johnson Rogers way be disposed to engage in the 35 Smith Flem- Â¬ these things are held by the clergy make an extensive tour through HOW TO ADVERTISE interesting and laudable work of Bourbon Hon J universalv but fearful the South and West accompanied ing in some inula A contemporary planting trees for ornament proAiO i l i Treasurer Hon Jas W Tate mi iil irf icimr l A cave- lint lior oi ritiicuie iney are iiniui auuiu by his pretty wife during the tection and shade in school coming spring No definite pro grounds parks groves and other Franklin Capt W T B South thing which publishers have to expressing them Franklin gramme is bid down but Mrs places contend with is that the results Heghter of the Land OjjlrtUo MRS DRUSES MURDERCleveland is understood to have of advertising are not always Thomas HCorbett McCfacken visible to parons many of whom indicated that such a trip is under Mrs Roxalina Druse Monday Gratitude to the Union sol Boyd Arkansas cannot understand why custom at Herkimer X Y paid with her contemplation dier has overwhelmned every Hon M H Houston JnsUiietion Superiiiteriilriit Public cannot be directly traced to the life the penalty that the law inflicts in the Northern other sentiment gan Prof H K Taylor The President seems deter States for 20 years The only is PiotV Goodnight Simpson Uineri source where thev cxnend their fnr deliberate murder 1 M Texas Bkbe-Semom- tnon oltaiu jt Bll8ine88 is This case will go down the an mined to have a coloretl man for sne between the Democrats ami Qnttli Vun Prnl Kil Republicans as to pensions was with many tiinntanes nals ot crime as one ot the tomcat Recorder of Deeds to succeed like a Prof ll i 111 river ll It IQ Porter Thompson iwi Tho Republican possible to ot which any lUUi i lO iIVUUtl Ui Fred Douglas to which could be the most lav- - Joseph Dosha Hl 4 Florida Pickot4 Fayatte trace every individual ihrop ofi It will alo bo recalled as one i Semite refused to confirm the arid extravagant in such ap k water to the spring from whence which the most strenuous efforts New York colored Democrat propriations Bo f r so good but it came But if a journal is selected were made to save the criminal Mathews and now the President AS TO THE WAR ISSUE there ought to be soipe stopping o for advertising purposes that Mrs Druses life was not a pleas- - hat nominated James M Trotter place Bnt it required nerve and From tlie Pailumb Xr The following comparatiye statement of a number of the most prominent Weeklies o - ant one iiiibliflied in the United States shows concti3ively that the WEEKLY GLOBE-DEMHer husband was an idle a Boston colored Democra eonraee to stop In the face of The Republicans are beginning reaches tune and again the perJURAT is from 25 to 50 PER CENT TIIK CHEAPEST this universal sentiment and cry to discuss the war records of their sons most likely te bo interested disagreeable man with irascible tm the solicitation that paper is temper very profane violent President Cleveland did veto the candidates for Governor By the TooTeier column 81W PrYear c n POOULAS l U y uioneiriiiurrni mi ioiiin in- - aw iv 70 Culumnn M certainly a sure fountain head of when roused to augur sensitive wnrLUJUiEn WKiiCLV IEICIILICAN fct Lonii 31o I111 It may beat him for re elec way we do not see uianv over 100 Per Year W Column 8 Page wkikiy rrinusK cticipoIU m 125 Per Year iSColuinDs 8 raM 0F tion but he won the resnect of prominent citizens of the Repub- - profitable trade in the stream of to sharp talk suspicious never PLUMMER DOUGLAS WEKKLY TIMES Clilc5o M Cnlaioos 100 Per Year WEEKLY ISTEU OCEAN Cliicac IU friends and foes by the honest lican persuasion statidtn around patronage far below Temporary happy in his own home and never 1 15 Per Year SSColumiia AVEKKLV ENQUIRER CinciiDtl O I Oil Per Year 5CCuIuiud in a small way will1 putting himself out of the way to 8 Taws Weekly cojimeucial oazette CinciDaati o oaragt of his course in Kentucky who were much con- - advertisements NOW BEADY FOR ALABK 1IO Per Year JGCoIuraus U EEKLY TIMES New Yyrk City b i u nu a IJM Per Year Ui damn i i 3 PKe j spicuons unout that- time unr pnMQIPMMENTC EEKLY SUN New York City PO Per Tear UH UUNolbNMtn 1 c - b Pxkm ZSColamtia permanent increase of business si vo to his wife churlish to WEEKLY WOULD New York City ijoni8vtiie iieraui guesses best Federal sdldierg are Demo- - any lal more than a light shower will uiiiiuicii ltL ll4u ll1tilitltkil iu 0f Country Produce that may be offered ir that there will be four State tick crats and already iu office 14 Columns of Solid Reading Matter in Favor of the G D effct the depth of water in a well trials tor wtiicn uc was mostly to fn- - aKT ment orstorace Vo also maze a TAKE TUE ets in fee field this year Dem in the use of His wife was of cratic Republican Prohibition and BEFORE SUBSCRIBING or renewing your subscription to any otber paper aends Mrs Hetty Green the Prin- Â¬ but by persistency right direct- blame education and a woman the liabits good printers ink in the for a SAMPLE COPY of the WEEKLY GLOBE DEMOCRAT Anti Saloon Republican cess of Wall Street who is report- ion tho results sought will bo direct opposite of the man and it C i Corn Oate c kept N gneeialiy Bay ed to be worth So0000000 and gained in PRICES OF TnE OTHER EDITIONS OF TIIE GLOBE DEMOCRA T the end with interest is no wonder that her life became constantly for sale who is noted for her close busi A SHOT AT A NEIGHBOR 5i2ca DAILY pr annum Ijniyg a burden to her under the treat-THE ness methods wished to send 6 - 50O Tior fnnm Wnm tb lTthtl 390 to ment she received from the man SEJH WEEKLYprrwiBiinm The Paducah News has this The Wingo Republican has made securities to the amount of 1 say 85000 REWARD to whom she was wedded But Postmasters and Newsdealers are authorized to receive subscriptions or send dirt ita appearance The darling is 000000 Rcndiur Railrnnd bonds Wlion a man wants to say some there does not appear in all this The City Council of Hickman will pay from New York Cityfto Philatjelto the arrest exhibiting traits which abuudanUy for oilico any ground for the horrible man ro oorowari for die persona and convic thing in favor who broke prove that it was conceived in siii phiathe other day for transfer ue is seldom atof anotherargument ner iu which she killed her bus- f the oerton or GLOBE PRINTING COMPANY ST LOUIS loss for When she learned that the express Call on nearest Ticket Agent or address into the grocery House oi nuse o- 3iiw and broHght forth in iniqnitv and company who has written band shooting him from behind I niwl fired tbe hotlRO occupied by Eugene would charge her 8100 Nearly everyone W W KNOX Ticket Agt Jtaa been going forth speaking son to fire more ght Jan Wst mu Monday for the service shethrew the anything about Dr Standitord for compelling her VV J T A L DANLEY G P or Mayor prostrate form and jic ironi us uirili T M kknch e united oiaies aenaie nas shots at the I securities into a barsvine Nashville Tenn with the assistance of all the can go to Philudelphiaand return made bisstong point on tho fact then body up and The trade dollar bill which has for 84 I will go myself and save tlmt ihe - children ciitliug tho Clover Weed for Hale ior l 7ANDERB1LT UNIVERSITY burning it iu tne kitchen and I hate a fine lot of Closer Seed for sale passed both Houses of Comn eH 890 t Is wt aB lnK to I Wut Call at my farm parlor stoves0 will bow become a law Parties bushel lit not presumed that the salaries Eighteen Professors and Instructor- at 55 00 a 3 TKSN xasuyuajTiteritnre Stlenrennd Phll ISAAC SHUFF feb25J who fcoaght them two years or Seven Depiirtnents are sufficient mi MGcfcuisd Sclaniiftc EnginaerisfcCltssicri IkwI Ukil DatidJDudly Fibld who is1 of the Senitors Tlitwloey ami rtiarmacr csorhjr ucinp7rlnplAswore ago at 85 cents and have preaching a crusade against legal They fixed these themselves and The story that a Madison Sept 15 Stuileiiti In Throlocy re urnUhl otn lu Wrslry Uall und tuition frre Depart- - j WHUit Tulles Goamarclal and Preparatory Gwrsis ifjjm room LOWER and LOWER me hoarded them will not make verbositj-- says that we hoar no partictlar kick about county farmer was working mon COUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED FREE OF TUITION the pcopleof fa grefttifortHne after all as thev New York pay keys on his hemp farm which has All kinds of Groceries hams eidese Fcm In Acadtnilc Knelneerfni riiarmnry and it- - There is no man in tho conn Pn- Jltnicnl TT11 henna aimf rntatosme and other infonaavtiaa latalIienartrnntt45racU IawiM t Tfisr annually orer 8100 fUIIMlealtTtThiioloirTrrpc Catalosne trca jare ealy exehaneablo for stand- - 000 for recording ssrplus words try so great nor so rich that he run the rounds ofthe press wa3i8 cheap tk cnespeWVtTiic Xcxlnsteatu AddrtM JAMKS K PATTERSON XIi pptlrMon to WIXS WILLIAMS Secrettrrr i ca Oderjm ai srs at the Treasunry a lie smarted by Joe MullUattati iu niorfgajjos does not want the place - A HtprsuAX orrftn ia this city pro Wmim rirtnous horror that a while vagrant jtw been tbU at auction in Kentucky yet Uwm only two yeara ago that one of the Irailisj Eepablicftna of UiKouri iwl all lii infloeoce in the State Senate for tfe pamgeof 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