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The Hickman courier The Hickman courier 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1888 hic1888010601 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hickman courier The Hickman courier Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1888 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. V T r- - It I w jMti--- j s ? -- Y J"tS 'w - - - S -- " 7X f y "sHzrL.aM 1 7 "$ V' T TT T THE HICKMAN COURIER. PUBLISHED EVERY; FRIDAY ".& ' tir GEORGE WARREN, XXiolfcxiinu, ICy, ant door to City Halt THE HICKM Tho Oldest i X j LrtaW r ars ' :t r mH a VW jr- - 5, JVW-Jt- FINE JOB PKINTINO . A.U. 4 r With EXECUTED Neatnats and Olspafeh. ftffii " - - '" ' ' ' ' OEOnOE WAPnCN, Editor. Frico of SuliHcr!!loii, $1.50. CURRENT TOPICS. Tnr now year will bo a Tub KiirIUIi Parliament leap-yen- Nowspaper-yjWwrtpr- n Kanfocfey. n SALE IILLS, (ENVELOPES, LETTER HEADS,' ILL HEADS, INVITATIOK3, ETC., ETC. - ESTABLISHED TI1K MKSSAtJK. 1859. HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENOTCKY,TRrl!)AY, JANUARY 0. tranquility to the community. Tor tier An annual assessment, a wat required detail "of this transaction you are under a former law, of twenty five cent on report of le the aceeapanylng each member of the unorganlred mllltla. In lieu nmaaarof IheAtate troops at More-- T of compulsory Instruction, collected like other VroeeedIap;,ff the circuit court, tasoa, andronstltutlngafund for mllltla pura wa;hcld in 'AugtHt, were not pose, would be Just and equitable, to that renort. to lntnr- Tho same reason which re oppoed to toler- taaaaL rltlrcnrwlth confidence tn securing Ju, ating any separate Judicial or other civil organ-liatln- n ....... Ty.M MMlf.t A J , I. mv v .1. In opposition to the civil authorities of toe uiiu.uaiI juciucota. trasatttred In the court-roowilt ev the State should likewise prevent the organisyourfaitrprlso and command your ations any military force without the expres The report of the Ad- authority of law It is slble under existing .General on thlt subject alto shown, men to be orlegislation for arm d bodies of derived "from repreae- -, InfertJHltlon ganised, Instructed and disciplined, with an without reference to party S11I ulterior view ot forcibly overthrowing the ex' that the Judgi ot the circuit court n proper precaallon for isting government As so jar onuer tat influence of the ro- the protection of society. It Is recommcndd I lewder M PL jA tha f salon pt to permit that alt military organisations, except under the as afrribtatF-..- . of the grand Juri at wilt" express authority ot law and In tho Interest ot uny prevent in; inatctnenlex members the State, be forbidden, under heavy penalties. t foetlen for th most flagrant crtmi.t- - It The report of the Superintendent of I'ub lathe ssowerof the Kieentlre In deter- la lie Instnutlon show tatlttaelory r.co-t- s that Important deportment of the State Oovern-men- u a$ trvrth or falsity ot these views. The aaiamruy waten results in taa uefieraa The school population of the current te wvetthytrte abuses will enable yort yexmember white and 107,111 colored ppcaetriato committee, to elicit children, being an Increase over the previous j;- - -:orea lib Uvo VWaiK-sw- vT VS7 rsir s! Zijsz rstti ' number ot school districts In Ihe present I)- ' lacrte'rJiif-aMcv- .: is tiao witlttWwO low tMatw aasuMg stutV.!vtMjas- - ill StttMII oewWvfwiTTitc wWf erxmmt III be best p such action aa In your ludsmexl Dur while children and eight for the colored. ing the current year .he apportionment of the adipted to enforce the law and lo maintain the tchool fund Is, for whlto schools 11,041, dignity and Impartiality of the Judiciary In ex over pectatlon nf your action, I hare declined to WIHT, being an Increase of 115103.50 the prrv lou year; and for colored schools, HA, exercise Executive clemency In rejard to nny Cj?1 &), tielng'an Increase of 11 89( M over the otthe application from Itowan County, and de previous year. The total turn appropriated tiro to act In harmory with tho view ot the purposes (Ieneral Assembly after ibey shall have fully from the State Treasury for school for Ihe current year amounts to II JT,7IHl, be examined the subject. Ing a per capita of II Ii. The direct npproprla It Is the duty ut the executive to "take care Hon by the state ror school purpose 1 greater, that the law be faithfully executed.' Thl It I believed, thn I tleroted by any other duty ran tie discharged only through the officers Bute Government, with perhaps one or two ex pros lied for In the constitution and bv Ihe law ceptlon. While this It the case. It Is tn be re If they ftll tn discharge their duties, the execu gfj'ted that the effort of the Htate Corem- - Hrelsvtet.erle.ato remedy the evil Ttie law lessnes which pervade a fow counties of the by the which I so essential to glre full Comrionacalth may be traced, chiefly. It Is no occ lleved, to Immunity from punishment effect to the syiyft of education A gratifying feart, In our educational pro slenetl by a disregard of duty on the part of off! gress Is the completion lit tavpuuaing inr ine cer who are required to Judge, proseruto and i vinn dedicated punish crime. It some lime happen that Judi Vnrmal School, It hats-eeto the I urpi.es for which It waa desired, and cll officer fall to Issue writ cf arrcet aorv'nsl opened under favorable auspice for the ed iron charged vtltli crime; inoje frequently Hon of teachi r for the colored race. I rvcoro the officers whose duty It Is to effect the trrest do not employ ilse diligence In pursuit of rr'm mend Ihe Institution to your fostering care ! prtnflfat-in- a pf ftn.fatttly !Tad" tO The report of tho Coninilt.loner of Inatiranee ln.U will thow how fully the Interests of Ihe people the executive dtpartment for the offer of large have lieen guarded In the supervision of the retards as an Urcntlve to the proper discharge Ho rare of the duties blh Ihtse officers bare already vast business onfldcd to that bureau worn to perfoim. fully have these Interest been protected that The remedy foe tbl lax coadltlon of public there has not been since 1HJ a failure ot any company working under its authority morally In offlcla'i rest with the (Ieneral A insurance In thl State 1 he taxes collected by the State sembiy. Not only can they preterite the dutie from all tht companies authorised to write In of oftcer but they cn affix to their neglect policies amounted, for Ihe year ending su-- h severe penallie as will enforce an obnrr January I to aliout tw.rno, while, for Ibe ancejof duty, and csn provide fcr a more effect present ycr they have reached the sum of til, l.al rtntrciltinnc-- delinquent oflleer with a vlewof Judicially ejecting from office such as Is rrMlfylng to state that the pre Gtntt It a repuutlon for havo been faithless ta the trusts ccnflJed lo ent Commissioner enjoy . abll ty and fidelity to Ihe Interests committed .t. i To accomplish the necyira'r object of more It his charge second to none In eur sister effectually eaforclng the observance of law and SUtrs The report of the Inspector of Mine will show bringing offender to Juttirc, It I earnestly re a very satisfactory growth ot the mining In- commended that Ihe office ot Attorney General dustries of the Slate There has been a con be cenvcrttd Into the Department of Justice slant end rapid Increase ot the out put of cost under the alrrcllon of that officer. The several from 1170, when It amounted to only 4 2 wo Judicial dUtricl are now so many disjointed bushels to the present tine, the yield for the fragment. In erch of which the attorney for the yearendlng July I PWT, amounting to I.KV),niO Curniuo.twiillh under local Instruction, pur' aue hi. mjsfceli. When ths rtrrr Improvement no i Ui Ikod of investigating violation In Edition to their responsibility t ofUw progressing, and the railways under construe should be suborHon tnd In contemplation, shall have resehed the court lhec attorney the rich bed of col which have lieen but re. dinated, as'far a practicable, to tks chief ceotlv discovered, the Increase of ,1 output prrceutlng oflcer of the Commonwealth; from him, when shout t recipe Instruction will lie limited enly by the demand The progress made In the construction of the bcrcttary. nod should mako full report, lo him of branch penitentiary at l'.d lyvllle is shown In tho In all matters' connected with the dlsch-irvtnetr unties accompanying reports of twool the commission The Attoriry Oeuerul should alo beetrpow ert and ot the supervising architects of that building No report ha been received from ered and dlrrctcd to Inttitute legal pro ceding agtlntt any of these officer who have maul A the work I placed Ihe third commissioner festly failed Iu the discharge ot their duties, to by law until completion under the exclusive control nf the commissioner, the executive ha Instruct theyt as to matter of public Interest n quiring tH'lr attention and official action, and no authority to Intervene for tho purpose of reconciling or Judging nt Ihe differences apparently to see to the collection, by tho proper officials. existing among the commi.stoner. I therefore ot nneadue tollie htate whenever any remits limit my raroar- -t on this subject to the tuggaa-- , nesi li M'Ptrcrt. lion thtl any appropriation made for Ihe ad- - it Tke Dsprtinent5ot,lt.ilcjMia;vhtv iq eVone as II OUrllt In bo the rtejwtlore.f sancementnf thl ssrh oiiehi In nt- bo with a lUs of completing the portion now formation concerning criminal and cnal proseunder eonstruitlon before enlarging the plana cution In the Commonwealth, and the Impelling fore which will assure attention to publ cduty as recommended by Ibe architect Proceeding would be more uniform, the ex The forthcoming report of the Commissioner proses of prosecutions would be matcrivllydi of the Sinking Kund will show the excellent conpitgtshrd. and Hie dutle. In many instance. dition nf the p. nltcntlary at frankfort, and the Cbcbargrd more Intelligently and with greater occupation nf the convicts outside, chiefly In It Is thought rervrdforlre public Interest the construction of railways, perding the completion ot the braach enllentlnry, which is de- thlt the appointment of nn a"l"tant to the At lomey General, and tho furnishing of nn office signed for tht Ir accommodation The Stable mane year ago, subscribed a ma- for the records, will adequately provllofor tho jority of the stock to a numb-r- ot turnpike present w ants of tnen a deiiartmcnt The report of the Illrector of the Geological rotds for Ihe pnrposr of having a controlling ma Interest In these Improvement ltecent legts Survey will give a concise history of thesettlelatinn has left the choice of director lo the irrlal progress of the State from Its first subject only to dis- ment to the present lime and will show the private stockholder alone, approval by the Commissioner of the Sinking great Interest Ihvt has been taken by jour pre Kund The cff..1 of thlt law hat proved drttt ileoestor In rrovecutlng a work whlrh has led mental to the Interest ot the State. It I be- to the discovery and present development of lieved that It should lie repealed, as the State our vast mineral wealth So far as the wotk hat progressed. It has been should have a voice, rqual to the amount of stock II holds, In selecting the officer who are executed with tin rough fidelity and efficiency, tn protect the litcrcsts of the Stale In those act when Ihe inadequacy of toimer appropriation Is considered the results attained are corporations Th rrmarkablo extension of Your attention Is Invite-.-! to the Insufficiency extraordinary of the remunrrulion of the Secretary of State. railroads and Influx of capital In Kentucky directly to the work done The duties and responsibilities Imposed upon are trarealle Survey to Geological and the Mm demand hit entire time, and they can be by 1)1 It cftlclmt of publications the 1 mperly dltcharged only by k loan whote nat 1 commend to jour attention the valu ural abilities are supplemented by proper legal lector. able tuggcstlons contained In hi report, and knowledge I transmit In you a communication from the earnestly recommend that an adequate approieeretary of war of the United Statrt, asking, priation tie made tn place the Survey on a footat a preliminary to the construction ut barracks, ing of greater rfflclcncy than wat possible under n concession to the United States (Jovcrnment of the restricted allowance of jour Immediate pndercksort I venture to tuggest that the delusive Jurisdiction over the "HU;iff Ji-- p. pensack, llloom nnd Shaw tract" ot laud, near present small oompenatlon of the Director Is Newport. In Campbell County, which bat been not proportioned to the value of hi ten lee As a rtsult ot the discoveries made by the surselected as the site for the proposed buildings. vey new Industries are springing up In different Considering thai the question of permitting parts ot me Plate Grologiral research has reor forbidding the tnle of Intoxicating beverage It In the nature of n moral question or police vealed the fact tht we have pottery and fireIt Ins defined the clays of the finest qualltj regulation, rathi r than political In Ita character, It Is suggested thnt the local option law be to limits of large beds nf cnnnrl coal superior to any thst Is known It has discovered amended thai Ihe time of voting shall be so almost n fixed thai It shall not occur on the day of any deposits of rich Iron ore in Juxtaposition to of coking cosl ot a most o bed other election qualltj, and has shown that In consequence of the Indifferent manner In credent at a whlrh many ministerial officer discharge thrlr Iron ran thus he manufactured considerably than less at any duties. It would le a matter of economy, at cost point In the country With the public well a condjdvo to the public Interests, to other place nt the disposal of a board a special fund. Hon of these fnei capital is aircany ecaing profitable Invt stmrnt In the Stato ; nod Immlgra In be used, at their discretion. In the detection Hot following In the wake of capital will trek of crime and the arrest ot criminal. In connection with the s stem ot rewards now author- this new field fu- a Just remuneration for labor, ised. It is believed thai a considerable expense llnllroals are being constructed to thlt rich mineral rreion, the value of propertjj already would tie saved to the Onvernment by such It and tjstcm It Is suggest! d that this fund be plao. irn ally enhanced tiled tho rear future. will the with diligence, urrey be prosei rd under the control of n Uiard to consist of tho a measure of prosperity of whirli no just (lovrrnnr, the Secretary of State and the At conception can now be formed torney t.cner! It Is recommended that the Director of the A tha reputation of a community ( often Orologlcal Survey be continued in h vrge of the popular!) Judged by the conduct of it worst elTbo ements, so likewise Is tho law abiding character duties of the Hureau of Immigration ot the people of Kentucky estimated by other. agricultural colonic which he has established arc all In a prosperous condition, and their suc In a great mea.ure, not from the general Unpo- Itlon of it nitron lo obey ihe lew, bnt rrom cess has been the means of attracting other the violent conduct of comparatively a few law colonists, whoso Interests thu become Identified with those of our native citizens It doc not less Indlv I hull If from neglect or Inefficiency em des'ruble to encounvje nn Influx we fall to repress this lawlessness, or lo bring us, amongst ret people without tho offender In Justice wc have no right to ot issslml our rapacity to to rrenco complain of Ihe falsa estimation In which wc late them lo our own population or to glre them are held by Ihe people ot other State Unfortunately, numerous art of violence and profitable employment. Our effort should bo ol directed lownnf giving deflanrenf law In several nf our counties hve our natural resources, accurate Information an which wl'd une as given color to Ihe belief which extensively rre bring ripltal Into Ihe State with vails that we aie not a law abiding people Inducement tn train of skilled and Industilous ltecent events In the county ol Ilowan have not tha attendant ably served tn encourage thlt erroneous npln labor, seeking Ihe remuneration which Is al waj Ihe accompaniment of healthy develop Ion, and have tended lo retard the mater!! de a velopmnt of the State by lessening theeonfl mentof the Industries ofIn Slate. Interest to your con Other quevttont equal In the protection of the laas denreotraplt! I have respectful stltuencies to For the condition of affslrs In Itowan County, ly Invited yourthose to which doubtless tugost attention will you are referred to the arcompanjlng reports themselves for your consideration, nnd meet of ihe Adjutant (Ieneral and ot the commimler with a Just solution. August to Morrhead, during your deliberation of Ihe troop sent all by my predecessor, on demand of the Circuit In these andIsInmy matter affecting the publla Interest It earnest desire lo Cfroprrato sitJudge, for the protection of tha court. The (ieneral Assembly In the patriotic puruation may lie summarised by stating thtl a with thepromoting ihe welfare and prosperity of difficulty ha existed hetvtrcn factions In that pose ot S II llt'LKNrn a tha Commonwealth county since ISM Though composed of only Executive Offlre, Frankfort, Dec 9), lNff small (tertian of Iho communllj, these factions hve mrrrcded by their violence In ovrraw-In- g and silencing the volro of the peaceNEWS ITEMS. ful element, and In Intimidating the officers of the law. Having thrlr origin partially In party OscaU Count, colored tva. hanged by a rancor, they have ceased to have anj polltcal mob nt Cherokee, Ala, rhaegod with Insignificance, and have become contests of personal ambition and revenge; each party seeking cendiarism. apparently to possess Itself ot the machinery of Jons Mack, a colored Rambler from Justice, In or"y that It may, under the forms of Hlchmond, Ind , ehot anil killed Frank law, tcek the .ratification of personal animosiHall, colored, In a Chicago uloon. During Iho present year the local leader ties. Is a Juvenllo light In I'lttsbtirifh, In ot ono of these factions came In possession of which about llfty boys participated, Joseph Ihe office of police Judgoof Ihe town of More-heaUnder color of the authority ot Johnson, aged ten joars, was shot In tho that offlce, and sustained by an armed band abdomen and fatally wounded. despotic of he adhrrrn , exercised Jons Hrssiitw was kicked to death In a awny over Ihe town and lit vlclnaye. He ban Brooklyn saloon by four toughs, w ho wero Ished rltlirns who were obnoxious to hlmt snd, In one Instance, niter arresting twocltliens who arrested. A otsn ot Lane County (Kns.) Ku-kl- u term lo have been guilty ol no offense and he and his part) atu tided bj a deputj sheriff ot hat been brokon up by tho arrest of all but the county murdered them In cold blood Thlt one of the party, who nro confined In jail uct of atrocity fullj urouted the community at Topolcn A posie acting under the authority ol a war Mil iu n. Mkel, ten days In the country, rant frt in the vounlj Judge, attaiked the polke Judge and bis Adheients on the V.'d ol June last, wasciutlird Iu death Iu the g'eut thuto of mine nt Wilkes-bankills tl several of their number and put Ihe test the Alden Company' I'a, to flight, and Umporsrlly leitorcd sonietBl-- g Februarys. tuo will convene I very busy. I.tnri. suit against nnwspapsra urn to ornl Auoombly. co m I nit qulto I ho rage. Tung- - inllllou women In the Unit Ht.tr. are working for wage. lire, Hem irMass It engaged In exrnva-tlon- i Their Attention Called to Iho Revenue at tho Temple of Venus on tho Island Syttom of the State. Til Mr. nro the days when tho defective Qovoriior Duoknor'o Firot Offiolol Communication to thn qpn- - PW&MWlK- nam Di lxiu,n n Otr-iloll-ar o lKut to establish a saving bank for It employes. The value o'f tha mineral product of the United Htate for the year ISM naa mora than MCuw,(va Jons iX Kiiehost, wlfo nnd daughter, have gonoto lxa Angeles, Cab, where they will iend tho winter ltt An Aiuchn Indian vl (ins. snan during the night because of a clause k!U-trh- ct Corlgo. Tnr Pennsylvania llallroad Company la Tho Application fur I'ardnn Admlnlatrallon of Jit.llr rull rniirt, fir., i:ir. PollOKlng Kll of ItrllMTjr at l.lerllnn llennnneeit tniMirlnt liiniitallnn In Itrlatlnn In In Kuwan l'rnpnedTlin dr. bill for a ChrMmaa glfu I'on thirty-twyrara ilra. Catherine MunlMk baa kept the Unlit in tbo Ilondout (M Y ) ll;htboiie barning brlKhtljr. Tnr Irarlnj up f the street In .Vow York, of which there ha bflen much com pUlut, lniuln (treat of alcknr-Timkut haa Joined tho other Kuroion powcra In trying to make this country tho dumping ground for IU paner population It (a a alngular fact tUt tho recent U1 np In (Icorgla fro4 up tha ico factory at tirinin and ilfprUol iho town of i unco m la IB OJer Willi tho Kngtlth people ha attended Vrlio IlKhter Hulllran'a reception, HtATOH HrtHroao, of California, Rare aoh one nt the Knate pai;oa a.crlap, now - I iut defective rlrmot liifwC Mi ef nhirff nd collection, under the operation Itreal lneUalllle irvllrl in the iuiiunnf property rrporled for taiatlon, In lea rontkl of the but rrlle part of the tillable propertytte aoeoor. Old niti i'i etr on the It waaetidcnt to the (lenerul AeiollT that a WHmit. wrllut'JllctnJ to the demand made Vnit It by n'jMit: liilallfln. Thin remit had lieen hteCV tluckntr' Hrt nctMge wrrn tnetatt lA, the reerlpu ot Ilia are the tallent point la (loveriwr r;ert Atn:y .vtortKTJIn reperteil TrerT rpro thlrtlrbTL loket dil Ice. dentltt pulled the wrong tooth for n cltlren of that city, and now lie ta defendant la a ault for f J),UU dam A 1'inmt noil earning an tinaarlattlerep utatlon a a (Irelna tlreen, n refuse for loreranbo fly from parental adrica and HtlTlMONK la :. tntrol Twm tlrouUtlng a petition, larrelr tlgned, In Knight of icriitlro ImarJ which l la egraphy Ah ortlrial return how that there are upward of !,() lenenifnl boue In 'ew York City Thero are probably t0,a more In Itrooklyn. A mix, field S mile lone la Raid In hare 5wen trace. In Montana, reaching from the Hig Horn mountain., In Culler County, lo the Hrltlth line. Tnr Komh Cemllna lgitlatnro ha a law prohibiting cook fighting Tttbln tnomlletof any chartered Inatltu-tlef lenrnins in tS. XUle V II.M.Kivia hou'.o hat vn purchatoj in M'aahlngton. In be renlel to the widow of (Senrral W K. Ilancwk by a number of the lamented Ueneial' friend. HaTrHtLwotnen who oted In New York u piu.rciitml at Angelica lest fall havo nnd lockport and bare Iwen riinvlctel of Illegal rolln One tnl to Jill for four hour for Iwlng of cTernser.t tt! jis n order to teach the Amor lean girl the differ-eoc- e belw crn a breakfatl blaitllt and alung aboi, the l taught In lb public tchool to lew, rook nd kep fcouao. "learned more of American politic In K lait thrca week ly r'allng American neMaper than be had obtalnetl from a thirty yean1 tu ly of book." ongregatlonal I hurch of l)etn it, Mich , ha declined a Nl dollar lnriTe of K'que.tlnr, that the money I mod In relieving tbo want of th pnor of Ibe "notion"' li the Hureau, the purine of which I Tie to furnlih "ho nswsr.s.,-- r vt the country with trustworthy e.tay and opinion Jpon olucatlontl an I ivhglnu topic. (lliratLTKiinT tun lren grante.1 a four inontn' ieTe of aticnre and will tlm winter In Klorlda Hit health much lot During hi amenco thedlrllon ol Inaitml the Ulteourl vilbe umlerthocommaiil of (Icneral Crook. Kmm rellablo llrtlh reorl It appear that ro5utr..t..-ii- i itrml inott in MaurU tin and Coyliin, with a torcontago of 3 9) In l.tui America coming net with 17. the Cio of tlool lfowi and Natal ahow lug the aal-ar- TiltClnrinnttl Wafrrraui;git tbit,lo CHtatra l.kri J, ay he hit Iltr YT W I)ti, patlor oftheFirat (): llct r.. Jr IUwomiii, of llowdon, Cheihlre. Iim preentrd to the llrllih Mncum the throne-chl-r of Queen Ilataiii, of tho eighteenth KgjplUn dynaly, It U. lnrtl. Thia ltheotdct piece of lurnttiiro la tho Morld, the dale of hlch I known. Tut llirour llur.letto Coutl and other philanthropic i eople of liiplon aro about toestnbllsh a ubeinotoprorido workahopa furnUhcd with acwing machinr where Kor camtre can go mid hare the uie of the machlnea at a rery low charge. Nrnir allof thejoungladleaof While tloud Khii., haro algnwl n toVinn pledge that, "Owl helping me, ' they will bence-fertabitaln from the uio of gum and lang, nnd not keep company unit young men who ue tobacco, atrongdrlnk, or ItHixinga, Tns Jit. 1'juI pte publhh a ta.tement of tho gronth mid proro of Hint city during the pnt rear which Indicate a healthy loom. The aggregate rnluo of tho building lmproonient was upwnnW of fll,(lTU.al, and mnurn?turing sod bu.i-nc- a Ititercats havo davolnpel n propor. h lowol ierrentage, 1 S.V. Hon foro a repotlt'on of the offenae. Thl may not be Important but It la truo, and may ervo to put thoughtlat eo;iloon their guard Ik Atlanta tio llcene for olng liquor hnn 1coii tlxrx! at tho uniform rnloof I,.VH No ioriiill la luoil to any aaloou wjilch iloea not hare Its main entrance on a pub. lio ttrcet. No acreons, blind, pnlntod gUsii or otbor olmlructlon of tho view through tho door nnd window ire por milled. The moat extraordinary ault ever brought ngalnat a railroad I that of Mr. Hoy. tnour, Chicago widow, who whllo ul tempting lo pa from ono car to another, we blown off tbo train by tho giilo then inning. Hho wants ta,U for that little blow. HciiLitawm boat of an Institution unlquo of lla kind nnd well worthy of Imitation. It la n iplnttora' Inauranco rem pnny. Ila purpose li to provide fortlia elrgle Indy momboraof Toe company gle them iliolliir, boai-nnd pin inonoy In case of HieiU.itli of their wolbto-dofamlllt- iiiHtiew year has thrco "oUbU" lulu It will bo 111 year beforo three oftheaamo figure occur In thaainoor dor, aftor which It lll be but one. year Ikj. number. raturnl provider. Tiie uiifortunnta and unwieldy Great Kastorn, It Is nnnotinoxl lui been sold to firm of Junk dealer, mid nfter all her experience nnl tho tir alio hn created will bo broken up a old metal. Hint brings IA,li, which Is of ceurse much leu thsn It coit to build hor. In fact, It I aaid to havo cost X'lKl.HK) to launch her. VTasiiinoton haa beon tho newspaper training school for many of the prominent editorial writer and newapaper men of tbo United Mtnte. Home of tbo men who have innde tholr in uric In jourualiiui ac quired while coriVspondcnt thsro the technical irultiliig nhUh ufterwnrd n bled tho Jo occupy poilllon nf u higher grado with various nmapapnra. 111 uwijt ouuld not only ir.uil In malfcii injut Hhould yon derm II prorJ'- - retain the ex tiy imMiiig an ontue litliaV otganltatlon of the comml'.r,.- -. f r. mm-men- J of the Iniplrn of gorrremr tpn that Ihi nffiee of the lie tlime lea.t alle lo bear tbrni. hut wnuij il.o, at Krankfort that one of Ihe memlicr lr uniim.hlnir the ieieni ami thn Inrrrtung styled the Commissioner, shall tie established the tnnuti drilrlt. remit dlitrouly lathe there with a salary sufficient In Justify the ite credit of the Cenunnnurallh vol Ion of all his time to the duties ot the office, To ireet the drnundl of the people fcr s Ul and that the others be rleputy commlsaionert, ler).lein, they wltely enacted the prrtrnt wlth'dlmln shed salaries, and sul Ject to the order of the commissioner rerenuelaw t'nilcrllepe's,,on meaatiier Indent ol a deficit Ikere Ills surrestrd that the powers of las Cn ivjn a balance In lheTreury on June ml.slonrrs ate entirely Inadequate properly, of 111; ftMK. Alter ilediielln the ordunryei to protect tho Interest, or the pul.nt It la penvej ot the i Internment lurtudlaf tb Lejli sahiiiltted loyour consideration that the lalltee-en.h e.llniale a Iwlsnee J neV, tetsinent of Ihe properly of th railroads otn; tM.A n.lon Jnr.e 11 i4, J.v; should lie nut an InrlJent In Ihe line t.f tpir P" A Thl fxorallc .hmin l. Hie retmtnta duties, and thai ther should have authority to in. re equitable tei.ment and a mi re (rompl require that proper depot accuminodatlotis tie I eltet I Ion of I he ret rnue furm.hed by the railroad comptidet, that the I refer In jou Ibe turse.lleni mJ. lrlh- - scrtiee of trall.s be regulated a . glre rea Auilllor for reduclns: the ritracrdinary and tooble accommodation tn the that ermleply 'inneciMry eipeniei linpot'ii upon the tracks an J br dges ! kepi In a rendition of the Slle for rrlmiDkl pnvullen itord safetvi that the rate, jej- - freight atd passrn Ikx-nd IJIot. I wtl uyiet. In aliiition, geis shall not become extortionate In the ab Jjtlber re.tndue lejI.Ullae u the ui Kf I cf srn-- e of satcr conpatltkio, n I that legi.la-Ho- n unnecery unl ter pruoner. Ietn to ih should place them In harmony with the Auditor a tarre Itliciellon In if j' 'ling uaaert United Stales Hoard ot Italln.ad Conml.lnn'r ry claim for Imuinary terrier The public iHillding at the Caplul are loo And tbeie li reaton W l" lere iat In limited In capacity aallitdly adapted to the n.n intlan. e. the perecM(eo flnet i oiiet purj'oscs for whlrh they were de.lnncd. The by ! to 1 rotrcuilng and cetlrrtMi e er I Capitol In which you bold your deliberations re Is piovidcd with few ftclttliet whl'li mbe iliout winr toiateJ Icr. it collected reirmrci1et lint alt flu' wli'n i f, tej, jou properly tn discharge your duties to Ibe Immedltlely the Into te tald Male pwMie It Is In bad repair Insufficiently heated Treasury tbrouah Ibe proper chant el ted that and vrntlited and does not afford a single e the e nicer enillled tiy law te a pereeauje rooru in whlrh your various committee may Iheir ri6'rli"n ef Ihe atw'inl relteeted meet to prepare your considrru tor enly by a arrnt from the Autner. tlen Ihe bills jou require them to I ring h A recent tectmn el the Court et lefare you The Court of Appeals (teeltrrd LBetintituilofil n .wl h a id Mperinr court aire ci rnr.wr aciOuiu.u.ta precrdln.- eiemplirg Ihe lloanl of tlons in which Inilitrharge their Important du Tide l.uilillri In UiuLrllle trm Utailen He The rooms asilfrnrd li Ihe library are in Olher act intohinir the tarn pne pie ee on adequate lo ltwnl and ihe rarlouv depart the ttslnte IxxiVv It It recommrniirt that you raents of the State (iovernir.rnt. with their In rtie'iilly retlte all ,urh laxt lilrh. treirm-licreating tmslnci and accumulating archives, front taxation Indirrrll? pniwitle the require additional room t'nder thee rlrcuni niuneyofthe rple of Ih' Mate m iMrt in stances, recommend for your ration dlildntl or local intercut the propriety ot providing for a complete repair our kttrntlen le railed to the proftrly of a of tbeCapltoL nd for Ihe censtrurtion of n lhnrotch reiltlon of the criminal tat penal addllloiial wing lwt ot the HI e If It thnuld ant I ileemed I tuhmll foryo-t- r IntiirmttMn the report of proper lo rnn.idrr thi tubjeel In lifiilfl ex the Coinml'slcnrrot Agrleiilnne llnttirulture tent it it recommended that adtitueal nd Htatistirs tlrt to affiled to the crime of atlciatitlng lo at hllo some tci.ent to the public hat resulted tlxtuyh the at itxlntle fn.in aiulmth, eten from the onrstustlon ef this hureau. It Is ro Iroipt thoakl Kliofelhrr fa, fTltn of tht fault of Ih Commissioner thai It hat col fully aatare,rtt w.het,nt. expectation otlhe rlnnrtrr tlumM M pilhniTwril-v"Jrr.terrrlly. tcon.e It it a perlriVf tUnrer Hint farming rommnnlly. "Die lntdrqucy of can not be foreseen nor gutnled ngntt. It It the appropriation to accomplish the iu refrnmendro tnl tne enne of ttrftry porpee Ictendrd. prerrntrd ifce orga rtpechlly hen accompanied by arien endin nation of the oa a basis renag life, thnald le by 11 tetetett wnh the vnst Interests Imolved I and thtl you eh rly by ittt tentutc to tucrest that the object whnh the tile the rhtrartrr nd itrgree of criminal of (ieneral Assembly had In flew in establishing lenu-- t hirh will Juitlfr Ihe eourtt la gttntiM this bureau ran nowthntlhr Agricultural and lull XechanlCbl (Vllege I In oprns.onius aeon Atternptt htie heen mde r ywI pre.'ece dltlon I ltlernecompllshed by aonluhltig the tor to rheck the erll fttleit.l nf Ihe employ Hureau ef tgrlrulture anil assigning It duties ment of money m eonl rolling elerl oat hut It to that tnititultoii It lone regrrlteil that. notoith.taiHtlnf exl.t Your attention is Invited lo the valuihle tug malrgitialton en Ihtt uh)ert the nil h al gettions mi le in the repor. of the rrcstdenl of lenlj aitalned a nitgnlluil" whlrhtenoutly en the Arneultural tnd Mrchinical Collcpe. Thl dtnxei the Interr tol torirly Net only are Inslllutlon. as lis name Implies, wat designed corrupt practice, employed In Ihe rhowe ol ran eieelllr for the diffusion ef knowledge In the dhlttrt for political and municipal! Itlee. hut arrlrullural and mechanical branches ot tci It teeirt cetttln that Judicial rh-- ilwitirecon ence. and any departure from thlt cbject would .i.l ihii seem teaecont with the purposes of the e!i'td uh equal ditrotfard J when II It con.ulrred thtl there it til oae iep origins,! endowment tor foun ling tho college -t2 thf ?.LrtZc ct ;..; ... and I wnnid suggest mat the study of the cits the tale of ju.llee the ie.ipleiiAi well detpulr tletl languars Is n departure from ihe pur of the proper admlnl.tratloii ot Hi hi t under e tf the founders of the Rtale College ard to xirlmii atyttemef eleetlnn toofiei pur Ihit this instliutlonbeconvcrtel into a school tne.l t'alrttthce oil are cherke.1 the ar of technology where the youth nf Ken lick) ran C&uf & t tiiwiH 111 pnolie life will l enectu be prepared by thorough Instruction in mining allyrln.rit In tlrtuou ud Inlrlllfenl Inierty. mechanic and englneetln wcllatinagrl tnd left open only to the licii.orolly wetlth) who culture for aiding tho development ef our buy poilllon and to Ihe evrraptwho will railnut Industries Thu organlrrd the tnsti tell the right of a free man to and tullon would relieve us of the tribute we are liimrpoMii d wealth now compelled tn pay to colleges In other States The tulik-c- t demand jour terlou contldera for the acquisition of such knowledge, and tine and It It believed that ) rm rill apply an would educate our own youth tn fill the places efttclenl eonccIHe lo Ihlt ioeee.(; rU of r&sd r..t loiotuK engineers, nnd many !m a yotr pre.lere.tor toceeelet lit c'ectually portant mechanical positions, to supply which rioting the iultllc gambling houtet, whote ex we art now coniellel to lovk abroad l.tenee w.t allendml with to man) rrilt. It U The reportsef the officers ot the several chartuhmltted to your contldrralion that the itable inslllutlon of the State nre herewith prrtenl law on Ihe tulijcet of Iwlbery t elec- submitted to you The nnfortunstc classes of tion! are framed on a filte theory A the tho people for whom these inttllutlont wrm do tempter tliould l conildered nioi-- guilty than signed will ontlnue to command the kindly the party ho It tempted, to he abonfferta consideration ot the (Icneral Assembly whose brltie ihonld lie punl'hed mim- - oierrlythan attention Is Invited to Ihe auggt sllons made In one who reeelret II but eiiillng law Inflict these reports the lUhter prutlty on the more guilty party In this connection, I submit a report of the There It teat,ta to hcllcre Hut the lax ton Speeltl Commission, authorized by your prcde thl uhjeet re more nearly Inopentlte at tbote reason lo construct a building at the Cmtral polntt where there It nnl reel ot llieiren Lunatic AsylumaW the accommodation ef col forvement The hltme for thlt ran not attarh ored lunatic. That commission and the local to Ihe Judicial onieert ot the Klalr for In their commissioners could not agree upon a location rharqr to the yrind Jurlc, ti'fltiun It ripe-rltll- y for the proposed structurei a a result of which called In thlt tul'Jert. dl'agreemenl. and the incident litigation, this In enter that you mn) U fully till lied of the much uccded building list not lieen erected Mtcs; of puUU iiu))S4 In Hit. reaped I re The Kxecutire Is authorised by eilstlng laws m made, commend that a llicrouithi'ianilnitlon tn appoint a special Auditor to examine Into on Ihe . net nfthcir occurrence by the (Jen the condition of the lunnlle asylums Thire I eral Attembly, Into the praeiir whlrh hare great difficulty tn securing the serrlci s of a tiecn purtued at .oineol ourrhcttoni Your person competent lo dlscbanre this duty when will then more rcaitily apply tho the need arises for nn Investigation nf their conldom persons qiullfWd for audi dutlc reTlir? ncreuarj to rorrcft tfcl. growing dition, e.ll can not he induced to abandon their own affair Contlderlng the mrlbndt empl 'je.ly ihedlf for such temporary employment. In addition ferent nltlrtl parliei for ni'iulnttln,! thrlr to the lunatic atjlum. Ihe Institution for nimiiitaievlt I but pjittothe pihllo to apply Ihe blind, for the deaf and dumb and for tho to prlmarr election and noinlaallnx cenrcn feeble minded, the turnpike road in which tlont a I done In tome other htate. the tame the State holds stock and tho river Improve law In regard to bribery that rowrn the elec ments belonging to the State, and olher tlont appointed by the authority of the works, such as toll bridge. In whlrh Ihe Sute w It It beI Tho i'eiialtlei of the Interested, require ccnilanl supervision, ttered, thnuld appl) with equal forci to comhl wh.ch, under existing law, can not lie given lo nation or rontplrarir of ptrtijiit formed for them Vt hen It Is considered that there I often tho purpoie of violating the law agnnit a tendency en Ihe part of persons whndlslurte brIMry public mone) to plaro very liberal. If not lalltu 1 hare rndravnird loeierrlte wlihdltrrrtlon dlnarian, interpretation upon the manner of the power onflded to thei ircutlii of granting expending it, the nrrestll) for a close and con To reach an Intelligent conclutlonln sunt restraining supervision I apparent It regard lo the merit ol petition! further lejt let It to a strict construction of the approprialotion teemt nucenary. Appllc4tloitt for clem tion laws and general economy In administrarnry ire almntt Invariably ex parte itttemcnti, tion. The, interests of the State In It turnpike r!dim giving the fart whlrh were proved In stock can not, under existing law, he adetheratei and very often are mltrrpirtentatlont quately superrlted. They are virtually InetiBtlon howt Hint a vuit mtorltr of left to tho crnrtrol of tho private ttorkhnld them are detoldnt merit, yet their contldrraer. The lese to the (Ireen and tlarren lllver lion oecuplrt a cry largo proportlenef the time Navigation Company Is drawing lo a close; care of theexecuthe should te taken, by frequent Inspections, to see That I may lie Jmt, alike to the p iblle and In that the works are krpl In tho state of repair dlvldiiiilt, It hat lieen my cuttnm In dnuhtful required b the lease. enw to apply to the proper oftlcert of the Oov To attend to these various and Important du rrnmenl for the fact at thown by lettlmony tie tf Inspection I recommend that you author While no o ligation ot iluty r ttt tiwn them to lie the appointment nf an officer, to I styled comply with my rrqurit, I lime Ken Indebted the Inspector of Public Works and Institutions, to their courteiy for inluble Information In who, under the Instruction ot the Eirrutlvo, mny catet that have lieen tuhmltlrd in their. will exercise a constant supervision of Ihe In order to enable Iho rirrullieloolitaln In. expenses and administration of the various formation on which he can act with Intelligent charitable Institutions an I public works of tho legard for tho public intrrrtt I rrroinmcnd htate the enactment of a law which will inlo It Ihe I Invite your attention to the report of the duty of Ihe protrrutlng uttornej U 'urnlth to Adjutant (Ieneral nf the Htato, vvhleli shoe the Ihe Attorney (Icneral or to the riimtlve, when present condition of tha Slate Ounrd. Under reueiled to to do, n full tutcmrnt of the fact mj predecessors It ha attained to a high do grcu of Instruction and discipline, and hat whlrh were etlabllahed at the trial The report nf the Railroad (wiimlttloner pioved It great efficiency nt an aid ta the civil will thow jou Ihe Importance of the duties they authorities In maintaining the laws of the Stale con and In protecting the court In tha discharge of hao discharged and tho necessity f 'Mhe tlnuanra of the otitic, lloppuri from their their duty, The Adjutant (Ieneral mnkr sevttiitements, that there are now In operation In eral recommendation Intended to promote the ' that efficiency of this organltutlon, which, It is bo S 111 fid miles tho Htale of rti there have lien constructed during the lleved, will commend themselves to jour favor-ablconsideration J ear 211 II miles, and that Ihe total cott A the unorganised body of the mllltla Is not Th of theto loadt was MBlW total outvied value of the rallr d property called upon to divote any portion of thrlr time amount to tTi STI.MI, Iwlng an increase otir to military Instruction, un annual sum, whlrh would lie only n small purt of Ihe amount lost the attrttment of the prevlou ) ar of ll.tr.'t, (O In IK-- tlitj gross rarnliift iimoiinted to by emli militiaman If he were compelltd to at ItimriiTVU In IbTMhe grnss iiriungs were tend even u few mutters, ouybt In bv contrlbut 13 rd by htm us a fund for Ilia cqul ment of the au Increati I ' linWTJIII U-ltint The mt turnings haioiiHu .iCdliiabout active mllltla who are called upon to discharge the duties uhkhulherwlsu would dcvolvi'iipon the (iiiiiu rullo Anne1iUiiiuol the cute taken IV the com- til in The cost of the time duvotid tumllitiiij missioner In looking Into taiuefr nstes Instruction under former tjsn ins wat equlva uicut. ihe leixirt slums ia.t the mlues plaeiU lent to several dollars per auuum to each mem lenlitcnce In o tirtoui jumof .ei upon thl properly by tho rominltiloncr, and whlrh ran not lie rontldered circtvlie, It III, ?o(r ureulrr than Ihe turn at which Ihe rail road placed the assessment. This dlflircnre, at the present rale of tnsntlon, It equivalent lo a tax of more than Ivi (u In escett ot what the railroads would hive Imposed upon themselves It it rccommendrtl trust the assessment of all street rallxay and of all rallmad and other bridge ueross the Ohio river be assigned lo Ihe commissioners While I take pleasure In commending the ef flcleney otthe present mrmlH'rt In their alien tlonlo the ubia Intercut, I consider It my duty to suggest hat ap)rart lo me a more rflcdlve a well as a more rco nomlcal organlntlon of tha commission. The chief objection to Ihe present organisation consists nf three persons remotely separated from each other, alio. In Ihe pursuit of their Indul.lutl Interests have not the opportunity of studying thoroughly ibe Important questions khuhthey are required to tolvct whose meetare necessarily ing Infrrqueat, because ...iilii-d- , the convenience cf alt niui and who, tiecaute of th Insufficient comiiensattim wini !IIlt SUtCf dlnaie the public Intrrrtt to the prosecution of Ihelr private affairs. I.Ike the bead.of tvvrg vhre Aertvitaeat of the tteTeniitvent.'lhe' Rail' road Commission should bo located at Frankfort, In communication with the other branches of the Htale lioirrninrnt, and readily accessible ,f ilber hy indlv Iduat or by correspondence As lUlsvnmtier 01 tlirr Plates, a sln.le sufficient to Justify him In devoting Jnentlre lime lo the duties, with n Intelligent clerVy;aUt him as dputy, would t competent to iliV all the dutlc of Ihe m w. 1888.1 6&$arX0HtMsrty v ,3- - Call and. 800 TT. THE COMMONWEALTH. Tnrnr cltl-tenpur-chn- ALOINE WITH "HER CAT. WorsaB Worth mMlMlOB, . feOBAPH, Ttie H.M pMtli or Ofllstfl Ait) No Ifuman'Neat to WMneesJIer D ,.., yettrttssj poatall befotsjrtSsjJ sakhi li mi u irtrt.i. ii .iy. nilWpletuJor", WMteeTer mora emphatically detaesalratetlim. (ntsvttWl when Mrs. Harsh Hrloton MeCeokey . Wsvi rente lerJ foand dead la her elegant matlesi la Week tlreae eaW ssier, ire Cheater, Chester County, faHhfnl cat by her aide. Ko an eta WM tweea !, la tha house when ten died atMealjr flftyesmtel ol heart fa Hare. Her estate (a etl- - ItWtM .muted , to; fee worHs abont tkwo.noo. Th ftiesajeJ wsvw wsgavy-inreyear . inter; tf. RrtDlso, IN., Pal.,tlr e i'inMrMrMttwatUTW.11'1-'tat.MM hosts pnrently In tho liest of health. Coroner In accord- aw . -- -- aalaywllllifJ atrurtcd la a considerable temperanco revival in prcgresa at Morchoad, nnd s ot the place are raising a fund to and close Mrs. Craig Tolllvcr's which I Iho only ono lit the town. IlonxnT rUiiLrn, on the eve of bis marriage to Mist larrle Kkhardsoii, at Parts, tkipped out, and bat not been heard from since. f Tnr filnlo House at Vrnnkfort it healed by old fashioned ojien flro places" from which great heap of logs throw cut their genial warmth. Mb. Jrnovr. A. Brings (Rep,) will contest the seat In tho House of Uon,VT. T. Jones (Dem ), of Jessamine, and Mr. Col-le(Dem.), of Greenup, will endeavor to jKUMatWtlJMsm n men tto havo unseatel Mr, llanrdon (Hep.), who olds the certificate from hi county. re wlrei Tw entt mr it members of tbo Benato and . lllllftlllSBBlllill lgjiatc,tho tae oov- - House are natives of Kentucky. get at free Lccixs Ybtijio. a well known. naval of. If the fleer from Kentucky, haa beon assigned to n Senator Ha wye r ta bl. lo. e. m When akel o waa In favor of the tne, Hcntvtor Hawyar bill which had been one and thrco years "Otlmatter Gener is) to do Govern- all other business it.to exceed twenty Including tho ad- for' 1,000 miles and iajfor distance lie- Ilea, and 'net ever erst for aaV greater ttttetl JMttiei; night fKestsvrt 1 VMJ&ZS lrr offlce tire toin.litlilca li. irnrllintht. !, at .fL DO John Wick, land, a white man twenty years old. was banged' at Conwny.Horry County, for tho murder of his step motbcr.'ilr. Adeline Strickland. Manuxt, Aag, Deo, Jkl Albert Peters was hanged here at e'even o'clock this morning fur Iho murder of Wni. Johnson, near Trenton, thi county, In April, ISM. Peters bad twice escaped, and was recapThe Pope's Jubilee, tured. Itostr, Jan. 1 The Fetor's rence col Gu Hihuimiuiw, Ala, Dec. lectcd at tho Julilleo mass amounted to white, was hanged at Bomcr-vlllThe 8hnh of I'erala sent a conMorgan County, trxtny, for tho murgratulatory telegram lo tho Popo. The der of bl wife last May. Ills neck was Pope has presented to each member ot his broken by the fall, and ho died tu seven family an object selected from his nuraer-Ominutes. elf I. HI Hnllneu will n of Italian pilgrims Fight With a Convict. It I expected bo will deliver a political Atiasta, Ha, Doe. no Dan Hheppard, oration. At tho conclusion of the Jubilee Marshal ot Mldvillo, recolvod Instructions service ycalordny Iho Popo retired to hi that an escaped negro convict was in that prlvnto apartments and rested for two vicinity. Last night the marh'tldlcoverC'l hours. His Holiness waa not feeling ill, tho whereabouts of the convict, nnd, with however, from tho effects of his exertions his brother-in-law- , went to the house to ot the mass In 81. Teter's In tho morning, arrest him At soon as the front door wa anaiounyis in his usual state of health. opened tho negro fired his pistol at tho Yostorday ho receive 1 twenty flvo hun- marshal snd then sprang out, with tho Indred congratulatory telegrams. Ill Holi- tention of escaping. Mr. rttioppard tJrcd ness ha informed all tho special foreign three times and tho convict fell mortally cm o) s that ho will grant them nn audience wounded, with a leg and an arm broken, for their whenever thoy de the third ball penetrating tha body. Tho sire. Ite Intends to send autograph letters aim of tho negro had been also true, and to all tho sovereign who haro written to the body of the marshal was found At tha him. It is stated In Vatican circle thai door, shot through the benrt. Ue bad tbo letter to Queen Victoria will boot fired three shots affr receiving his mortal special Importance. wound. . ance with the facts. Blnco tho death ot her husband she has lived a very secluded life, preferring to be alono tiho expressed no fear of being tho sole occupant of tbo tnnutlon, and frequently nas so fastidious that she preferred occupying an opartraoot In a re moto part of tho houso. Tbero are no children to Inherit her vast wealth. Hho vve the of !ir feneration, and sho bad lived to an advanced age before sho married. For years sho tailored undor a ilrcnd of dying In tbo poor bouse, and wan exceedingly economical. Tbo Reg ister of tho county took possession of the house, and will realize at least 1.200 in feet. Hor dead body waa found lying on an lion cot, because, It I said, ahedid not dealio to disturb tho elegant appointment of hor chamber, Hor homo was tho finest in Wot Chester. Interment to morrow, and private, It hlte'n Jury rendorcd a verdict to advertise for sals for the purebnse of all l'nea In Ih country and report the bids lo tbo next C gress. This plan, Henator Sawyer atatc would be eralbe tsH SHtW.M "-- - lntrroi-"iic- a' "" -- -. .aiv m similar t'j that ndoptod bythofiovcramont oa tho operation of mnllservl The Hangman's lt Rope, I Doc. 30 rinchutn, who was convtctoi in Use county court of IVvAlngham County, Vav., In Au-gu- t, ISSd, for tho murlorof hlsbrotbor, Preston Flnrhuin.waa exocutad In the Jail CiunttsTos, W. Va yard at Hnrrisonliurg Coi y l MBit, S. a, Dec, m e, com-mitte- o leavo-taktn- g m '!;' lnliet t.lel !( hrrii Wichita. Kax. .Doc. BO. Charles & bam, a cattlo dealer, arrived here from No near Greenwood, seventeen mile Xrnt f.anrf lf.tilkl"m1 Itrn. nn : 'ajlill slat iruaiiMt 1'clock as&0B Tfco following were klTloji Lei family, - vrttoaavTr berrlble crimes were Withrow, bnggagemasto , Cincinnati; widely a published few days Lawrence Collan, baggagematter, ago, and commented Upon as equalKy J Express Messenger Hroell, and ing In atrocity those of tho Homier ono fireman and ono pnssenger Vthoxe family. Tbe Kelly family left their ranch remnlns wero burned. James Bevcrance, netr Oik City, going south. A posso of Jr, ot Stanford, Ky, Is fatally Injured. cltlien started in pursuit. They found Tho mall and express car wero burned, tho family about fifty miles south In together with thrlr contents, and tho en- Texas. Tho old man escaped, but the son gines aro wreck. Tho train dispatcher Hill was banged nnd tho mother and had oulercd the trains to pass at Summit, daughter were shot while the posse was but ono ot the engineers mistook tbo name endeavoring to capture them. . for Somerset, hence the wreck. rUtii'rd--"''-tcrcoo- Collision on Ihe Southern Road. b'oumsET, Kt , Jan. 2. Two limited expresses on the Cincinnati Rout hern d The Notorious Kelly Family. JnicMiAii It. Fiitk, a prominent coloredv"" cltlien of Louisville, was nssaiilted by thrco unknown wh te men, and received injuries from w hlch he has sfneo died. A in oa cavern, containing relies ot a prehistoric race, has been dlorcred near liloomllcld. Mtts. WrsiEV Hat, of Marshall County, resented her husband with four brand new babies two boys and two girl Christinas day. Mother and Utile ones art doing well. CiuiiLr.s Moitronii and Henry O. Janica bocair.o Involved in a qunrrrl In n brothel at Carlisle, wherein both received slight wounds from l Islol shots. Tnr famous Estill Bprlng was sold nt commissioner's salo recently for Sll.IijO. At Mr, Sterling an etlemjt to havo Aqullla Tliomas released from Jail on a Thomas I nntof habeas cor u fall-charged with dofrnudlng his creditor. DlitiMi the past year thero havo been fled In tbo chum cry and law and equity court, Lou'si'illc, SSI divorce suits Ono huni'rcd nnd elgbly-tlveo- f these hare been granted, and tho others were dismissed or arc still pending. J. W. I.kkkt, an Inmate of tho Wosleru I.uniitic Asjlum, nt Hopkinsvllle, commit-Insulcido by hanging himself to a with a suspender. He wn from County, and hbd been In the asylum several years. Asny Mason, charged with being Implicated with Baniinuns in the killing of Hninpton, on Ibe 4th Inst, has lieen arrested at Mount Vernon. Tho authorities cl.Vm Ibey have a strong case against him. Is still at large. TiiKtce on Ibe Licking river nt Newport w as four Inches thick on tbo 9) h, and tho tlvor was crowded with skaters. , Tun bnrn of Joseph AcLermnn, noar Alexandria, wns tlcstrojcd by flro a fow evenings a ticc. The bnrn, w hlch contnlncd a crop of tobacco, thrco horses, ono mulo, three cows nnd a lot ot titm I at pie in cut, were nil destroyed. Thomas Caitmi, a boy of eighteen, was accidentally shot by n negro named HmUli, alias "Jumbo." Ills wound Is in the thigh. Doth of Kecne. Tiitkb me erveniy ono banking tnstitu-- t on, other than National lla n Us, In this d. lied-poMth-icnbtir- g z':7Mrmf.-r::,rji- Stat, ., f of the Legislature-.- ! I,. C3 .Wforta few nigiit ngo tno following were nominated: Hon. Hen Johnson, for speaker; clerk of tho Houte, (Irren It. Kollcr; nsslslnnt ltob-er- t clerk, J. K. Ktone, scrgeant-nt-arm- , Tyler. There were ten candidates for Harry McCarty, of Jessamine County, being nominated on the eighth ballot. Hon. lien Johnson, tho successful randidalo for speaker, Is a very young man, being enly twenty nlno jenrs old. Ho graduated nt Bt. Mary' College In Nelson County, In 1S7S, nnd graduated from r, c. -- - "Wr5fisxS?7jjrjl2jBM UMltiJ utaK i.. Lick Telescope Lens In Potlllen. Si's JueE, Cat- -, Jar. 2. Tho grott objective, ut liiiity-ni- x iiic'u Ions, of the l.lck telescope w a successfully mounted yesterday ntternoon and would haro been turned en tho heavens that ovonlug had tho sky been clear, but It having becotno obscured nliout sundown no observations Foreign News. rn ttt wero mado. Superintendent Floyd, Prof. Kceler and Messrs Kw.ty and Clark are well pleated with tbo work. Aasoon as nn observation Is made photographic lens w 111 bo mounted and experimental photograph taken to determine the work re quired to finish It, which Mr. Clark here tofore has been unable tn do. Rich Silver S'rlke. Kansas Cur, Jan. 8. A four-foo-t vein of almost solid silver had been struck In tha Iconoclast Mine, near Kingston, Now Mexico. The flnd Is ono of tho richest reported forveni. The mlno is owned prin cipally by capitalists of Marahnll, Mo., and u near tho i cmple nnd several othor mines ownod by Kansas City investors. Celebrated tho New Year. IUi.Ttiionr, Jut, 'J. While celebrating tho advent of tlie now year, (Stephen j. Conroy brained Patrick O'Donnell with nn axe, nnd when Mrs. Conroy upbraided her son for his murderous assault, he struck her with tho axo, killing her Instantly. General Pullord Dying. Detroit, Jan. Ucnoral John rulford. who la anld to bo tho only man who evor survived being hit with anlld cannon shot, is dying of parol) sis. Ho was struck by a spent solid shot at Mat- in tbo vvrn lllll and terribly wounded. 2. -he-im Tempsranco Defealei. Toronto, Jnn. 2. The tempcranro nartv hero suffered a rcvorso Their candidate for mayor and the to rcdueo tho number of taverns and shop liconsos wero Uoiealetl by large majorities. by-la- Cilyol Mexico Shaken Up. Citt or Mexico, Jan. 'A A shorn shock otcarthiuako was felt hero this mornlpg hi nnn past soven O'clock, uurlng the list thrco months thero have beon serious till baucet throughout the country. dis- lt There Is nn exhibition of sowing machines nt the Ho) M Aqunrimn, London, whcio English, American and German sewing machines are being shown. It U tho first exhibition of tho kind, but will bo rcpontod, it I said, In Boston, Mass., nnd subsequently In 1'aris, There aro slxty-nln- o patents shown, and they inrltido many novelties. A specimen of tho first sewing machine ever made, reproduced from the otiginal specifications of Thomas Saint, of Loudon, nn Inventor of tho Inst century, Is there, and with It nro exhibited modern machines sewing at tho into of ,000 stitches n mi nut a Tho lowest priced ono Is 91.37, and the highest tfoO. "And whnt would you do, Honryf" asked a lady ot hor little nephew, who had beon assuring her of hi unbounded afloctlou for her, "If your good nunt were to dlo and your undo wero to tr marry again P" "Why," replied Hen- ery, without the slightest hesitation, I should 'go to the wedding of course " Ooldtn Dayt. Lonpos, Dec. 3) A decision hn been since that time practiced liw In Hards-too n. Ha wus married In lsMto Mis rendered against the residence of Jew in Koiiwcnbcrgh, of Howling Orcen. Russlnn towns. The Pope ha refused tho gifts ot the Italian royal family The Ho was a memlicr ot tbo last House. TnrtiE will bo qulto n spirited contest in Ouadalqnlver river hns overflowed Its banks. Dr. Mackenste oxprcsses hope ot tho Legislature for tbo position of Stnto Llbrnrlnu. Tho following nro curolled a Crow n Prince Kredorlck William's rccov-crMr, ltoger Hanson, of Montslid to bo to applicants Germany's policy foica peace on Rtilis A large amount gomery; Mrs. Verglo Lee Trabue, of of African territory has been ceded to an Davics; Mrs. Mary llrovvn Day, of Kranko fort, Mrs, J. W. Stockton, Mrs Alice English society. Mudd und Miss Nnnnctto Ualsey, of Jefferson; Miss Hoso L. Montgomery, of Pennsylvania Stale Debt. Webaler, nnd Mrs Thompson, o Uallard. HABnisBvno, Pa., Dec 3d. Governor The aptly says; ''In the Beaver Issued a proclamation announcing tbat the total amount of the voluminous spcculttlons on the essential measure to bring about a better condition Htate debt canceled for tho year ending Nov ember 80, 1SS7, amounted tl tl.418,511. of affairs in Eastern Kentucky, which tho At the close ot tho tamo year tbe total violent outbreaks from tlma to tlmohaio dabt amounted to tlVStn ?S anJ the as Inspired, no theory wns so plauslblo as ths sots of tho sinking fund lo flO,&s,U3. one that material progress would tramplo This leaves Pennsylvania with a debt ol under foot tbe torriblc feuds which aro peculiar to that region. It wn contended o,150,10S85. that tho lrxomo'hc, the mine, tho mill would obliterate tho vVlnchostor, and that The Terrors ol Diphtheria. Scott tho street tight and the roid side assassiBnrvASDOAit, Pa, Dec. burled two childron In ouo g avo hero to nation would glvo way beforo the quiet, day. Two weeks ago he buriod his young- industrious laborer nnd Iho surrounding est thild. Two other children are also which go with wealth production. Thato sick, while bis wife is lying at death's this reasoning will bo verified ny exp.'rl-oqca day not far distant will prove. Tho uoor. All are victims of diphtheria. inountalis of Kentucky nro suro to bo trautorincd to neighborhoods like, thoso A Murderer Lynched. in the moun nlns of Pennsylvania." in. Herrlg, Bt. FhascisAkk , Dcc.3X J. 11. NETorrsKT signed n lioud of I3) for who murdered hi young wife ami her near tcrc Thursday, -- as naaged th- - oppcarar.co of Mux Lumiiiiski, In tho last night by a band of vigilantes, who Jeffrraun Circuit Court, and upon the forhave Iwen on his trail slnco bo fled tn feiture ot the bond appealed to the Governor for relief, en the ground that It escape punljfrent for his crime. would bo n hnnlsblp for him to hive to Tranpi-l- o ra It, Oov ernor iluckner refused to grant be Flogged. Ihe remission, taking tho ground Ihnt.Ve-toftak-y Jacesomiim, Kia. Dec. bnd entered Into a contrail with old Htale lair tbo criminal Judge here has ordered Iho sheriff to rapture all tramps tha Htato and must lomply with it term, lathes on the equity at well as Jtistlco holding him and giro them thirty-nin- e barn bark Tho woods around this clly aro thereto. The flcvernor concludes with tho swarming nlthtbem, and an exciting time follow Ing statement of ha vicwai "Iho Is looked for. Many of the tramps aro I'xotutivocnn not consent to weaken tie bond, alruidy too light, which hold of colored fenders lo answer the lourts on tlm Revenue Cauger Shot. charge brought ngblnst them." NiinoMsviu.r, Kt., Dec 30 Creedle Hos W. J. fcToE, of Kentucky, r at K. J. Curley ft Caiduell, In tho House, tho othor day, sevouty-thrcCo's distillery, shot and killed James A privato bills. Hunter the U. B. tevenue gauger. It Is rumoicd that Henator Hock will juj wit arrested. soon tnko up his resilience In Louisville. The Ch'cogo farmm' Rnuie ha been They Fought In Court. gathering statistic In reference to disSt Mir. B- - C, Dec. 30 P. O Dowrosi among animals In thi Hint". and D 0 Keels were arretted and taken kettes Twqlvo cnunllc repoil no chnlnrn and before a Justlco, whon thoy commenced eight oino cholera. No glanders reo culling and shooting at eaih other. Iltrnesworth recolred a ball In tho torted Kuril Kaulw ettek, of Covington, whllo eye, and Is thought to bo dying. . intoxicated, attempted tulc'de by Jutnji ing into the Ohio. He was rescued by n Poor Place lor a Saloon, friend. CtTirs, Ian., Dec. !) Bteventon s Jons K. CtFsru. I tho new posttnalor was I low up with djnamlto about a atdrorgo' Cieek, Ijvwrenco Cciunly. month ago Ho reopcnol his plnco Thur-daAt Hnpkinsvl lo John McCoy was flicd when cltlien went there and entirely demolished tbe fixtures. Ue will re- tlfst for two violntlo'ia of tbe prohibition W lliatii Itollln w a fined JW) law tire from the business. KiNTKkr, nt the tonslon other Leglln-lure- , Swept by Flames. w II miiko nnothur effort to obtain a i ew constitution Nrw Okissss, Deo. 30. A flro which jislerday afternoon destroyed Hn A, alius ' Hud" Cain, n negro of bad stilted few half of lbs town ot Hniinia, In Term n pututluii, wus ahot at I.oulvil!o wind from lavs ngo by Jn Ilruut, another rolorol Honne Parish. A strong Iho MUtti wns blowing, and in a m in llieut bnd been oxpnllnl fioin n house of n titter of Cain nt n d inro, n i .vc few moment's tho Are wa beyond control lb' Humes crossed Main atreet, and count of mlsbohnvlor. He snme rovmgo, in a abort time every building on either and when Ihe men met drew his pistol, aide ' luC street to tho northorn utter a biltf exchange of epithets, with tho ws destroyed. Tho uliovo result llreut is still nt large. lliii't' "l0 burnedV'Uildlagsiucludotvveut) eight busThe (lieen river Natural Oat Company 'las made u lull ttiiko ut it Well on til ecu iness l.vuics uud one hundred dwellings. tbe loss will oxceed I IUU.000 h it believed mcr, thico miles liom Uiccuiburg, CiiKltTMAii du) wus geuur.illy observed Hie insurance Is luslgiiltlc'unt. A hundred liouieieiiliiiillle are being cared for by tluotighout tin Statu. their mtlsti rtunate neignoors. n An-nlI Hnw-thoinCouritr-Jouriiy m m 30-Oeo AN par-caoIntro-dined o book-keepeCart1-we- Loullllc Law Bchool In 1:53, nnd hn tTfjdyJ " Jus-tir- i n to 's mmMJhtil gppiM' uy . iJL ummm agsaftgroyry X'XJ R 'IV ztmznfffrtliTfnjtinn "" iff ""TrX "&, Jf"IMfinBa?" y .pri ijijww wwjmaz L . Ti CIWWWWIBMiMBIBJilJBBMtHWBTg' f BB 4fl,?M 'i sssssssssesserw-iawfctjriaBBaaaBa- aawBiaa ajga w aja. 1 yttujauijgHjijjjMyju, '.H'SIB-.U'-il1'1- THE HICKMAN COURIER. what the Tho Tciry Hmite (arctic n cootl denl of vidnnhlo In- fornmiioii in a conrl'o form the. IIICKMAK, KT., follow hiK editntinl fdntcuientf "To thp Inrjulry, fl'iil l'ii tlio Dpmocnitio party done l recent TAN. 0, 1S$8 yearn tociitltlo luo the confidence, nnd approval of tho pali'ip, tho follow lug fiikm from thp Tit ft' unprecedented prosperity rpconl, is uunwer, suHWleiit fsr nil ninply the. country ia nil ovpnVhclirtiiifr nf prnctlrnl purposes: Oleve-Irtgtiuicnt In fuvor It wn ti Dpitiocintic fonprcM ml' .administration, nnd llio thnt pnssed the. nrrenr.ine pension pioepeilty of Hie Southern Stat bill. It so under lc iiiiimrnlloled. Was It wiifl n Democratic CouL're'fcR Ropuhllcan rule 7 Unit puMod thciiuonUte JOin iiipicc liill. Thk Senate Committee on It Wild Democratic Congress luts ordered n fiiTornlilo re- limit riitictrd Hill, retortion of a nv to oetiainii tlie port on tlie lllnir tho Mexican "arwhich will lie reported to the il wns n Democratic Conjxresa Hie Hill that in the sumo shape ns peruiiithirT tho enuctPil n which pnnipil t lut t liotly during the incorporation law of trailp union 'J. I'oity-nintl- i Congress. It w.'n n Democratic fur-nlsliof-M- HUM,, m: worts its iiavi; n l?du-('Htio- ti litliti-ntionti- t .Son-nt- o ! t ClrllllPll il ntv nrDriipliL' for Sknator .Tniijf It. IvnMP l,M tho re.len,,,ilB .lr ilollnr. Lee., made 'ha. man of the Comrt WlHI , Democrnll Coi.RrPM member inlttceon rhilljr. Unit enacted p.otee-th- e Cnmnil tecs on Rnrnlliiiotit. ,( ,&.;.., . of Anulicm, rrmrcR ......i Vr . i nuiiuoi mini,. io uwii.i i.ii icliglou, innials, printinc, and like and touud on federal questions. CofORr..c'H Wpil-ncHila- i" ' ""' lavne kSi-sh- b' h k i f j l r30iniwlTTittir fitifll liilr' ncrfil Frcili That everybody wa orcu carh .!. Al"i lff3?;iflt ijefoiiecsaiid other net enacted Ny a Jfep'itillrnti Ooti- - na lnnest as we Ifare, the millenctent (UeAtfoun, Iiapiiir he ismics grrns lor 'niuaaii pnrpoRcs in nium would bo thundering at the llvrklrn'a Arnlvn Mnlr. forthcncxt I'rt'jidontiiil eiunpnin. violation of th" PotiB'itution, SUHTOiF, front door before wo could pull In It wnrU for Cul The It in cUillenc Hc wtrld In liilt lite. At lltlll"f. ntr; Vtet. SH Uhf lllil. FiTr Aniin E. Dk'ltiiisoii is reported that was a IJfinoer.itio .ContrrofiR - our boots on. AVt-c..- , rostood to the domain 100,our neighbor nre That Ste, Truer,ll flmnr"! Unii. Cti(lb)ln to ue on tn ere of vfsjting Mori. 000.000 acres of land granted rail-- ' no betler than they ought to be. 'ori" nnil Hio Krupller, ii'l In for health, which i (.till muoh lively rare l'llm, or io par rnpilreil. It oati conorntioiiB hi the llnohtJ, That we arc, a mighty biokcu. It ia said that ulie has 'liciui paryand unearned. Ilopub-- sight. l KH.irnirnl to lie (erfrcl ilUfelto, bcuomo (i poor woman as well, . ermitney rrtunJfd. l'flteifi t Itftohril, That wo don't see ho t lnronntll .1 Vgnii. T'm, Uu(gir, f.ruU by all UniijUtu having patted with tho considerm.v" litr. iunoitT.lL. wo can bo any better than we able siims of money which she has Ore Tro mailo by Uctiniug,' before her "J. X" the immortal -- ho, of the wcjp last year. LOWER and LOWER. ilesiro to be an actress Ilnwing locks nnd open heart, tho broke in upon her life. soul o truth, still lives. lie is in NEW YEAK KUSOLUTIONS. AltVlaitioftiroetrUt krat,iW(, t cheap at ike ckistivt. l will town, and will "lift the Tail and That we don't know enough JOHS TTITTIM. aa'ltreaU. In i'tw Jeisey nn effort it being assume alt the pressure'' in one of, know lust exactly what wo uonsto-nlgh- i ii is cioquemesi-oi- a mudo to have beer fold to the j,.,10W. therefore, HOW LOST, HOW RESTORED by weight, wheieby at tlieeourt house. He will chargo coiiaumer Vt.ill try to lea it over and Jiui ;i rmmu iiumiMMoii ice, aim He vote o vcr o verv riir ('uhfr imt lie I'liimruil unv. inn' wnii ilnv nv vrlln thing to speak of for the froth. nl't,'l '""I'.v thus olitnlncd to the f Nrt4Tnat r n.ii fiuu In.n We will got off an v man's corns lr-Hwli' 117 9lMl fM Anil eel Tnr tlUekeaiitiiiii; ami gimul It would nounri tunny to ask for a " "ei " V.,e ""'"T" I'ftor. Go, the instant he "hollers i" I Mat JpAif HVf Ilfalrint Jt at Crittr-- t lA,Mltrfflk lrf("iiUftM4lfkV, uimM pound of beer, instead of a pint ". '"' see and hear tlio) 0".e "' '0 will not discuss politics or KHaI Itratfl., ' My mai stiiiis tne mil- - religion with crary people; hu tunny tliat no one in tliiH gen-- j TW rWftrat4 iHw 4(ktrtlra lhr. ye will not tell the doctor what elation is likclj to hear very much IiH"t foroiial of American oratory; ... frt.i fir nrt rtirtft, ij,m,i a( ur. 4 ' suMirnc philosopher whose i8 the matter with ub;U id his busi- of it. tating eat tvl f W ,! t,mp tni. vt HtMl, kf heories alone can harmonize and ncss j0 Know ; wKlcfa VtlrI vlMlpM .rf J e Iiscortlni.t world; the) n4ttr IMlk M,,J irililHWir, .iMtl, pri( Ohrmtr Wn will give Olf ni Zttfanfi Stfttt ) than Oou Oongrs8iiin:i, W.J. Stone. ,,n,,,,.ry statesman whose ken of, Wf make, lod more than we TThi Wri et")!M- - a Ik ta)Hlvt leads all other members, of Coutit laaJ Ik a4 9Tj mil would have led us row, pay more than wo owo, work in the uniiiber of bills Intro-- , l,!l""" nOir J.Y 2ICSMA!(, I M4r' a pii fireen pastured of more than we cat, aud think more r 4v,. fliiiti. U . ( mv!, l ar ! diieed this session. He introduced j"1"0"?-'1.HmM ' lnfit0M1 r r!vcls of blood,! than wo Rack tttllea l'ri(e. rhMI My PM 7S hills on ono day. Who wax It riiv ; i ., M o Titi.crt.u Ktu:i 1. 111:011- I.Mi II ami In Work it - f.. t tiflir fniiRunitiialioii of our tm-- i 41 Vttn M Wo will not laugh at any man's tuat said vou would never bear,0 -- S4a vprdatir i i.f. Trona nfunle !r irlnl fnl'lfntanp of Stone in Concress if ho was l",al ,,J'8.,"', .' trans.cendai.t,: hurts until be laughs first, ami jon.f r. hay. "'omprelieuHible, nturt-- j mil ni:ii until ii v aro mighty sure jaaatlr Inected? Ho Is cmnhaticallv ai.V1 U,K i t!i If working nieinber, all wool and a iiii. b.itawuys AlnniiAi.l .....I trnth-- that he enjova It as mucn as lie fill N. He honors the wound-- wat.ta us to think he does : yard wide. od living and Hi e irnliant ile.-i,, csssg v Mr., ,..r nf both armies, and lifts tim i;i, . i. ,t .i... ..iu.... I'm: ministers of Pittsburgh arc winch enshrouds his brother. He, twfiU not lending their aid and moral asks no one to lusiimo anvtliln" will . f.tick. when wo kuow they tn.tm4 C3 F.C- -i r. kuma ifsj xsv win support to Francis Murphy, the; or him, not even his board bill.; will not get drunk just to emperanco evangelist, who is now II ignores polities entirelv, takes holding meetinga in that city, truth as his platform and looks nt1 8ec how it feels Wa ara 3rln: all (,atV af riam. Mntlain aaj Fin KURNITUHII, They refused to allow him to use the war from both standpoints.1 wo e will ' keen all the rule that grrK re dHtrd arleva, Vf evrry a full Imc al all iiiae n I'kair. lUrlen plain rtJ areiUa 1"J .e.r' any of their churches: but in finite To our Southern i.l,.i,!,r ,'i. ii - rai an nih nn" 1". -- ..hH ..l t .. . rv u ri . un lapTaMta, Knfvai . .... i a Wr.lrb t'Muibn rii-of oppobitKiu, he seems to bo IIWa ,i jiinii rcauv,' "J. js.". is "o and KfywrHKi .ur pri of them, and disregard nil that we In ht ka ttirnl. Inlpllicinl larr.il(,l.. tit vtfry successful in his work and coining. Ho will, by Divine w Inviif ynr iavati;atioB ef eurgaeJa. Wa ara keadqnailtrv n never knew. many hundreds hare slgnod the speak iu Nashville on the clUSJtge,. 27th, ClmttiJJlOOHnLaiuU.ASth. I . n . a -V weni- M on (h aOth. How he is to 0 ,)0 introduced WHAT 3E MEANT 11 V BETWEEN irrtlnt tht largrtt Una af W.Uri tad Metallic 1'nrlal anvflitii In Wft in the LeiM bit tiro making railroad nvcp inese successive aniinint. SIX AND SEVEN. Impairing ih4 all eeniinea in iht iue Kxiatkt TinMf corporations respoqsible to labor meiHH, which aro bo uutant from TTark iperja.jy. Jb ers for their just claims against each other, is a mystery to us, but It was in an Ohio town, in that KTKriaKv.S,k HAXWEIJi. contractors nnd Ktibeontraetors. it is all clear to "J. X."' part of the State where most of tteeai aaJer City "all. I)"')" Thirty niflinbers of the House, it the boys nre. called Iluun and the is said, are already pledged to twrRirf wiTi:ns Mir.annt-n- . girls Gretchen. Thero wns a case Niippurt the bill, which will prob-sidClinton, Kt., Dec. 31. A sad in court, and tho particular quesbo introduced by iteprtseut-ullr- tragedy orcurred last .night which tion at issue iust.then wns the T2CIRUTK OF EU:aSKCT. The proprietor announces, with pleasure, that he has secured the serDuncan, of llanc.oik county. hr.i. created intense exciteinentaud number of persons present when vices of Mn. J. V. Vi:ak. nnd Gro. 'A. llAitnts, oscollant cast a gloom over this community. n oprtnin event occurred. An IIuiciia.s, Ky., Dti. 1'3, ii" Printers anil nowVpapor men, in the management of the Sheriff Winters lias for some time honest but German Willi lctling of profouri.l arrow this Ii. G. Dun & Co.'s review of had a COUJUEli, they sluiring the profits of tliv buiiuee MANUFrrt'KF.S PF 11- CFI MFUTK ' warrant for Sam. Price, a was on the stand. Ho had never Lodge moiirna tl,e dutli of brother Tbom? trade bIiows a decrease of 200 in desperate character and last night taken an oath before, and was not m M for the vear, and hence ho tels encouraged who Hied at hi' kume Iu lM the number of failures for the learning o w , n little disconcerted. The lawyer city on the mnrninp af i)i .utli of to promise that the COURIER will that ho was at Ins en vear. but an increase of $:S,00uV r, aad drairing In clrr oxpreuian lo -00 hi lliu couiiiy, smnmoiipd a who condncted the U: tniiuli liiiprovc-editorially i 000 in liabilities. In 1887 there! Hinail our ai Hie Io we Iiaee auklatndl, saw his opportunity, aud bad- no to arrest po8so and went and .mechanically. $107,000-'Ji- t wereO,G34 failures and Uitnhe That, ii th deth of brnlher Q liabilities, fu 188G tho fail- biiu. They nnived thereabout 10 gered him with questions after the t Knlglil. of nntt W ure woie 0.SS1 and Hab'lities o'clock and, calling liiin oat placed in.vncr of ids kind. ..."How many T. it French Iht Mil iliis.Lfldge a Itat n CO men trnti . bini nnder nrrcnt. He sahmitted iii .Tim "? tlini-- rnm lirnfinnt " faithful advocate. ii.. mi Hlt.OU.nO. Tho failures iu the quietly, but at this tincture bringing ills fist down lopiiWriui'l effii'st oflicer and an earr.ctt, Mr. United States averaged ono in Price nnd her son in law, Ogles, upon the table aa though the fule "icj, lii bro'lii-- Freneh wa aver found every 111 persons. came out and in some maimer man- - of empire wero trembling in tho ibe davutcd frUml of riitltt, the ea'mr of nged to got between ho oflleers balance. "Veil," meekly answer- wrilijt. tbe loving lituhand, the affeetlen Eh 04 mAmJOdS?J veza- - ar:r, 1" rr T rrn ifi r 6 g Z4 rsi There will bs three eclipses of,'11"' 1'rioo. Price stepped into tho ed the witness, "off course I gould ate father tbe honored citizen, accl a true KnlKht. W the sun and two of the moon dur.'l0"se and procuring nshot gun not chtiBt sny, but I dinks dore That tlio ejnipithien of this gu ing iasa. t:io lirstisa total eclipse "pencil lire wmi doiii lurreis oni vbb botveen sir nnd nofen." "Tell onl to ina bereaved fmuilv In lliiaItigt thalionr ot the moon Januan 1:8th. imiilv! v inters. Wintora fell at the first the jury what you mean by that," of thair createst grief. Fraternally iu O. Wfl-GOSl " 3FS. .Mamie in me uimeii biatesj a nre, wounded in several places, roared the lawyer, getting red In M.A, K. W. i.atTneaDALK 1 partial eclipse of tho sun I'ebruan three shots entering IiIh intcntiups the face, "how could there bo be. ClfAS nALTZKH, iiiOK:jvi:Yk.iT, llth.iilvisiblein tho United States: Iu the excitement Price nnd Ogls tween siv nnd seven ! Were there Toai. V". I,. McCuTCurjc, grggramrjg ry?3Bf wgy-- .-: h partial eclipse of tho sun Jiily got away nnd have not yet been siv or Heven t" and he glared J. W. CoWOILL, full, itiviniidn in the United States; ' prehnded. Jfrs. Price was nut knowingly at the foreman. "Yell," a iu 1. ccupso 01 me moon on me iiuiiernrrcNt. inters waRiiron'r it uimwetcd the wltiieoa, "niajbe I COUNCIL riJOOEEDISCS. evening ot thcL'3ud and the morn- to his homo in this city and linger- vas wrong 'lhero vas moro as ing of the IMrd of July, visible nil ed in greiit agony until death re- six. but dere vas not so much ns IIieicuAN.Kr.Pec. 37, 187. fcffl El ftVS oi-- tho Uaitctl Stat-- s; a partial lieved him at 5:15 o'clock this sfen. One rns a fory lectin poy." eclipse of the nun August 7th, not evening. There is great eicite-inoi- Ho was relieved from further Canned met. I'rcnenl. Councilman Wit. l!ss. Cole, iiro'.fn, liuckneratid iiertweek. 3-2CZ 11'eiblc iu the United States. over tho killing, and the On ciotlsn of tVinsltman Cola, Couii. country is. being scoured in search cilman Wilting was called to !!' chair of tho murderer r.KQKE UP THE DANOK. accommade vacant by the detli of Mayor T. if. It ia generally supposed thnt plice. Prico and and hisare both French. Ogle3 Deo. 31. At FulLouiavii.LK, all the Germans are opposed to desperate men. MlilCTn IIOSED. list a splendid slock of the very best makes of all kinds of Hard wars ton, Ky., last idghi, two white T!i a ralniltei ef the laat regular .' our Sabbath observance, but this psas which are offered at ONI' IMIICK, nnd that the very luweitlh aaarkct boys. Hays nnd Bruce Eddings, ml af filed mlinof 2'!i irntaiellx ia foruid to bo a mistake. While vjerej , HURRA IF FOR KEMP. justifies. All goods guaranteed to bo exactly ns represented. tnlMMMiuvcu at a nance or iilack reaj, approved and aigned. no doubt tho larger part ip, thero The Clinton Dctnonrat S3yfc: people and vrere put out of tho j.ro many notable oxcoptlonu. locorKTJ ALLuWrD. Tlie following accounts wra pr'i'nted was lield iu "Senator John Ii. Kemnof this house. They returned, and whllo Cooper Institute, Now York, dlstiict, will be one of the members Hays held tbe door open liruco projitrly approved, vrltlch on motion, nera of tho next Stato Legislat- llred both barrels of a shot gun allowed, and cbecki ordered lulled for the a whore wore, found over 3,000 auiounla: aC(ILA. who vigorously ure who will not accept the cour. loaded with buckshot Into the Jii". Vi'illlnK, kcLoiint for aundrita, ROBERT ClIAJ. dqcolas I I T. iipjdaudod the argumontsma(lo iu tcsy of free travel over the rail- crowd. Seven negioes wero woun- O M wilburii. draping city hall, J '1i.C00 ' Hotel, favor of a iigorous cnfoieeinent roads and at tho same t!mo 'draw ded, two of them seriously. Heitwcck, IUItrer&L'o.liuiilier, Ao. 1.30 Commercial ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Street pay roll far week en ling IMdi of tho Sunday laws. The meeting mileage account from the Stato CO 5 intt , Tieasury. Souator Kemp has reThe Kentucky Legislature was addressed by elorg.iuen of DOUGLASS & BRO., mcKUAir, - - - jmxrucrr AMOf.iT taid roa jicsic tho 30th ill t., and organized the various denominations, and turned several railroad passes to ciiocr.RY, II. I. attend lo all biiilnraa aalraitla" On motion a eheik for $ no mi or- was full of interest. Tho liev. Dr. tho companies sending them, stat- without delay. Hon. lien. John-so- derH BAKERY, ta their caro to the Hick Cornel ing in his reply that ho whb the of Nelson, was elected Sneak Haul la tf iMiidfiirnUheil at nun funeral RESTAURANT. Oerter, in referring to tho IVr- Factary. for ninalo tho WE AHE PREPARED TO DO ALL KINDS OF PRINTING: BJ1UI.S AT A I.I. JUUIHS. sonnl Liberty leaerne. said: "Per- - servant of the pooplo and was re- - er of tho House; Green Keller, of of the hie .Mayor, T M. I'renoh m Nicholas, Cletk; James Stone, of fonal liberty is tho divine light to! "nunerated by them." TV'IM keep a Eeneralaaortmentef Famar.t.rAsF.D fom tax. Mrcekliiriuge, Ass't (Jlork; Hobt. On molbn, Claibourn ioll not without Inteferonco within the ily Orocene. Confrctlonerha, Ac., nnd Clark relet keepeiaplejed a irtl tlaa baker. 6od COMl'LIMEXTING TIIIJ BOYS. Tyler, of Bullitt, Sergeant-at-Arms- ; limits of the law." Kxclungo. ed from paying poll tax erroneously i ), under all (roll aaa1 aaw, aid will J. P, Dawson, of Simpon, door- ajuiud him, for 1837. PHYSICAN AfJD SURL'EON, Xiottor rm ctuDjtri.i tld. June'.'O Keeper, in the Senate, Harry intLrtir.D r0M nxr. Tlio I'irst district press boys are HICKMAN, KKNTUCKT Onb of the crying evils of the Glenn, of Nicholas, C'urk; Win. On motion, John Knnerr raleaiad lny, Iu Kentucky court as well a sober and induhtnous sot. They Cromwell, of Frankfort, Assistant from paying lie eitv'a pari wai a Cn re vrFRKS hit I'rofenloual Strvleei ef SALE AND LIVERY STABLE nil issue clean aud spicy papers, as elsewhere, is the lit tlo regard uphold lha olllitnt ef Hltkuait and vltlaity. Clerk; P. W. Castle, of Lawrence, cently nsened agalnet liliu by tlie city atilU- - ao IToto paid to an oath. It Is alarming, ment, morality and good govern- Sergeant Jos. 11. IJeed, court of llickma'i. and & me check oaoEiv.D iss'irn and Judgea, MaglBtiii'es, lawyers, financial all seem to ha mukini! a of Louisville, Doorkeeper. All success. KBNTUORT On motion, the City f lerlc waa ordered HTREKT, and good citizens, kuow that it ia itor is Capt. (leo. Tho oldest ed- the First District candidates wore TO SAVE IJQNEY, Warren, of the oonalaatiy oa haad for klr JJOW lo latuecleoka to all the. city oil cere for alarming. The prevent Legislat- Hickman i& KI'.KPH tale Courier, and tho'young-es- t deftnted, because we had too many tbe balnnee of their aalariee for 1837. ure could do no better work than We ara TTbalcnala Headinarltra lar at Wo asked for too - candidates is probably dfeo. IIORSEB, HUOOinS aad HACKS. ORDERED TILEO. to revise our laws iu this regard, cusburg Courier,Harris, of tlio Dv- much aud got nothing. Hating purchnitd the tlnlile, boriee Kradta af ia ardered Uj tho Council that all the ft milking prosecutions and punish-and entire outfit of W. l'luaimir CBEWIN., SXORIlia TODACCO acJ CISIR!, city officer file with he chairman of tbe nipnts more certain. Thousands! to conllnui the buiinen, and we Conouesbman SfONK has lion finance committee immediately after die nvr.ltv paper containing the appointed Chairman , ,. . lenll.it tl.n and will jab ( dotleri anly at 1'aciery lolioit patroaac' ft Ut day of January, 16b8, their written of the yen'r and Kwear lioV, aud ii couvh?- pricen; alao the ."eeessurily '"ef,s? on War Claims, the first iieniited reprt for thejevr endiag 3Ut I u,p '""'iug oeciiiraiioii. t nn forthf. ..limn u ..vnn.iHM.i.ii.i.'"."10 Dental Scotch ind Suoerior Scitcli Snnfi member for this District awarded uecemuer, iss Mr.Aiur.j rixnn. are. Ono of the best nroteetions it is not possible for wordsto ox- - n r iiiiiriiiansliip since tho days of Ilia hcfit lu the market. prceiN an idea iu moro plain nnd Wa nleo keep would he to require grand juries Tho Council fixed Ihe eaUrlp of Mayor Linn Boyd, though some mcmborri ennalnny on hand a clialo aoluotion to take down in writing tht main distinct terms: Congress than h anrl Coun Unien for 1888, aa foltowm I'or nf Family (Jroccrira, Confectleiierioe and served longer in Major, $100 j for Councilmen, 550 each. TO PLEASB.testimony upon whiuh they flml an The reliiedii af taxation Sidbf artlolei, lut no Fruit, which we will noil very law far the days j"lii'il - no' la reoeaiiie ur, jil'llfy has. In however, of Crosslatid and On motion, U Council adjourned. traubl loabew goadj. 'he cavh. 1'loaa call and lea ua. indictment mid teijniro the witnoonc. tu Houso was , mCaaia aad iae, at the oerner of Trey ios m unp'ojmi) Altet, ness to sign il. i I IMIIJA e llt'EOW W.L. MeCUTCHEN, C. C. iMnn a i or 'he JsHeninj u fill. ns 'Republican. and Maieew Aveaut, Kavt Wlnkmrn, tii-r- riMsnoiiiblpil and will novr gpt to work In PiimcBt. For the ne.xt ReTcral weeks tho country will lie aroused c fo. tlio Hint ,tiVMfippritit,on tlio I It was ,i Democratic Conffreim ,. ll.ni .,.,.. nro!iil,tinL' the employment of coiitict labor by federal olllcors. It was a Demoornlie Onnprcps tliat forever settled tlia eleetorsil eonnt busineas by giving each state power to imyjforwhoiu its vote should he.cnutlr It was a JininpcrnnJGotigrrtfrs I, HUKI) KITE'S RESOLVES. UftoUi'il, That we vrill love ourselves tin neighbor loves himself, aiyl (lint wo will miiko it hot for him if lie tries to outdo its in thin latihr of lovo. 'A fW.f, Thnt.Juivlnp; ixhnuat-cilitho go'ipe! thero la In tho United States, wo will Import a preacher who will not coiic, tliu atrenptheiilnp tho fcplilc knceR that arc wobbling In thpir determination not to en to church if they can find any eon of an excuse for Rtuylnnt homo, AY'irW, Tliatijl isn't too much for a concert ticket and ton cents is bit: inoiioy for a iniseioiiniv col- leutloii. hrirtt'n' 'iimt the ouncPst dracon in tho church hall teach the piiNlorlmw (o pleach, aud tell liiin what to pi each about. KeMitvti. That tho poor w have nlwayR with ub. but it in't our fault. We would gladly got lid of him if wp could, and if ho will tell us wheio he wants to go, and will promise never to come back again, we will gladly take up a collection and pay his fare ono ll - The Hickmnu 'municipal con. 'tesls have usually been dull nnd tame, the result sometimes going by default of citizens not exhibit. lug interest enough to vote, Mtt the now fenluio introduced last Monday by the colored oitlxoiiH in tbslr demand for reprcsenttition, nnd this demand being supported by a few white voteis, luts pro- tiuceii an enormous talk, whiel has extended beyond the corpo rate limits into different, pnrts of me coiiniy. ins given out that the week beforo the election that tho colored men of Hickman hold a convention, at which they determined upon a programme for future elections in Hickman and Fulton county; and this was to demand n division 01 mo town oCJces, aud iu the county a pledge from the Sheriff , . . .... .... .. In otiiiiiuwii i;uiureii men on mo .1. a, in. grand and imtit hit leu- - nml timt !?; the town of thev wt ..!,. fn ... ..... ,i r.rv1... viMinuiiinpri i.uiiiii-1and the Marshal, and allow the ivllillia l,.ii.,..M... o . "JMiuiii ggu'l1 - ZXJ 1 - J.S59 CESti? !EK&8 l J. t. I). JATTUS. r M Ml II Ml Hole! Lease, Furniture, &c. Wwl llUknmii, for mlo, Mint, II. c 1'nriiiliirc. nit trix.iinlile Icrnn BLACKSMITIIING WAGON 'REPAIR jttcKJtA.y, la Horkmniillt. mai'itcr. bay.Vrw Wogmn, ic, IfWIKj r Wull.ll)tl"l. Tit i:iil(ne ffi ntiil ternl varsit Hotel, SHOP, THE HICKMAN r) FixiiiMnJ lr8K,n th. .nrri tor teni". e, apply I"-M-- to or tilling, 0. V. I.ANIlKtIM, IHolciiinn, rt'6ii, AH IdntUof Fiirm Murlilncrr, I'Uwi, Ae . rrpnirnl uu lUort biiIc mi Kj. THB"inr"STOKTC! Mftnuimo ppHHil " iJ I inter. JliNNIK to the public JUlKli: ifl.liM tn thalno hun in. BLACKSMmilNG. UNDERTAKER'S nxsr jUckma.y. iu. Aire, GOODS llltcVeutltli full IUi tf MILUHEhY and notion ami J foill" fll ffelifr Ufof' pur'littii( Ui.Krrt Klin lui (In-- Ul'il nivlf, uf lag, 1, J win not Ira unij.rl.l Ttrilli 1 si ore. rl. U K V Ol.lVIlll, (r gnH r I way. lirtohrJ, Thul tho town needs a new oporahf'iise, and weals in the church ought to ho free. A'tWrrW, That we wouldn't quarrel with our neighbor much if he wouldn't so persistently disagree with us when lit known wo nrc repeile' tlio tAriiri'-or-oillc- 1 ii Ouurler-Jurul,- ) ie-ta- il 111 usm'l' s I ! away-mor- - ?a"I,(-'1,n'- bor-gres- I 1 i - - '. 1 .,.-.- . -- tiU . . i- 'tl 1.1111 k. per-missio- ii.j3niiiHviii.-wuicTrjiwnn(nI lis y itujut, iuu ica'iera Mirti gueti uiai in Hickman they had IL'0 colored voteis, which with the whito votca that would come to them, they could canv their demand; and that in the cbnutv they lllllll lliu l1. ....... .t ... i as Oew ..v.... ... uiii.iiiit i iniiit-- ' tVTcen white candidates. That' V convention of the colored voters,' una nam appears 10 110 a certahj fcT Sbv. liii'i, uiu as a was sccrtft a . iuc report ira TO U10 programoT laid down may bo exaggerated, and the Cui'Kiuit only refers to it according to report," and in the light of hibt Monday's election. Tho colored people, under the laws, have n legal right to ask recognition in olllce aud on the nnd vvhlto men who agree with tliein have a legal right to so 1 9 J vote, but the way thy are approaching it, by secret conventions, in local elections alvviua heretofore held as to say nothing of any racu isnue, we apprchehd will prove a fearful mistake upon their pnrt. A r.v e Isstto is to bo seriously regretted, but tho colorsd people are now i regarded by many as boldly chal'EST RBI !:.:HED lenging that issue. Let the good white men nnd tho good colored men, debate the matter as mesh us they will, intelligent people know that the race prejndioo exists, aud that once inilamed it is next to impossible to coutrd. TMs is tho danger that is about being precipitated, aud from ttis standpoint, it is to be very greatly, regretted. From a party stanl-pointhe CoritiEtt as n Democratic paper, has no lot or inter est in the matter, because the ne-- i groes always vote solidly against oureidc, bat as a friend, of ha-inanity, it deplore the islue. If. persisted in ns mapped tit, we ft 3r2Dj-2S- . fear the results, but the making Hi issue is altogether with the saUU colorsd people and thoie who choose to act with them. The Siibscriution Prifo has been re.lueed to OXK DOLI.AH VEll YEAH, to those paying in ADVAXCE, and to tlioio only. Tin mnrdcrers of Sheriff WinNow is the time to subscribe. Tho year of the J'ro-- iters, of Hickman county, had not dcntlal Campaign i ubuiit opening, nnd will be been captured up to last &cuonut. fraught with unprecedented olitica! in- They have probably mad good terestri, and every Demoomtio hou.o- their escape. There is $1,000 hold iihould be suppliel with reward tor their capture. onc or more good J)uni- J?X. . eieratio i"aper5. Senator tii'.cir wan nominated Iletifdes, the Wednesday night for year promises iinitsuul loeal iirostier- to the United States Sena'e, nndJ without waiting for tlio formality ify to Hick mnn and Fulton County, nf his Ifi'tlnn liv tlio T.pi'islnlnrri.V . . n . -- . .., and the CO V 111 Ell always fights for llowo ...y will now go back to Washington We appeal to every firmer, and Home interest. and go to work. proporly-ownemerchant, mechanic and citizens genomlly, to give us a helping baud towards building up our local intcra?U. -1 ..... ...., tllt'nn "'-llft-'ft Hii-kmui- i Hi-l- ift 1 T-- -' "J MH8. Ji:.N.MRJUIKlK ii.tiiiiiiAUi:n'a ' V1...HIMIIU.-- iillll llll 1 ...? I IcLuyc 1 vi MADDUX, 4 1, .1 rnili tmi (nfrn ('ft. riMKinhe. .iiimt, ti- IT r;tee-5- tl, ji. olM tlUaV f'i.VI7 .Y iPJ.IA. - Ambnnr tint 1. linn rfriri- -l t oll irlftioi i(ik f r? tr; thing ktpt 1 r,' arcoerida. s. sterk ttps is. Biiuui.t aj fr ll Grocerier, tb tktreftrt ens itll t ehtnp ckup braniln t Wllltotf rf nml r,.B eel. IUI SUrKUiir, 2Scinlebeir lh ihtUn l t-- 1. A JTninii'ty Verjiiln frih, Grocery, new, 25cts l.'.wer tlnu tho l.cvreit nnd .t Aim, Ihrjr will oonihm etn to run nntl cbcip. Hi ch tj 11 IT1' IS.fc.KE3KY, .1 (Iwi-tU- m ttr. BTJ-TCTEI- ja-rle- pl i 1 L, , ii"i I , n a4f-4f- ''' STOP! I 4 . Tho Oldest Democratic Paper tlf ;.,. ! , .. rf ! .f-;,- ,i F. GRAY'S, ff II - t, in Western Kentucky. rti fr le , , N- ri - ir 1 ! I IEIjE. 1ft v3 35 s u Waak-ar- d jia-ir- 5rrf, p), ! -- pnet vur9.i U5-k- VY ra.rr CCT-Sti- r, e simple-minde- HERTWECK. BALTZKR 1- & CO. d moth-er'ci- u d ..- n r os3ascrsrT5ar3'S5P"5oi 3 !WU.t'!fSr O f XJ SiXQX,Iar:2tC,-- icmiisrTuaic.-- f . . 11 r it cross-examinatio- sT: jDr PPA P.TMMT Mil r?ri pSfietf 'L'HlTJXJk.'STIIl I R !0 aS45kS!I)F .... I A i-- -- ROOFING A SPECIALTY &l TYLER con-veue- d n, W Offliii-Kurnl- tura n.-- Bill Hoada, riiii-ni- i I Hoada, Bnvelopos, DR. A. J J. FAEI8 - - Hoada, J REl-oa- Statomoata, Ciroulara, Fauis Pa eh, I 11. A . - "I1. Com-initte- e GIVE US A WE STRIVE trim: - w."dikstiEbvTnk Family Groceries. i Ky Wi' Ml SsTewV , " I a . .- - V, wawarssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssss amai f HaMJCSaraTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaaTaTaraM JaWaSKaaTaTaTaTaTaTaTHaTarKXaMlllf'ifa ssagmm IHM IWNIWWW1MMJiM f'Stt - Jtmu mum TnalVi.ii mtmtmttm SSfRflH5K22- - ",ir - 3- - T 0 C K U F J.'. A S 33. E E ft H JfeK rcr HP &30&$m A taraiassiiisasKSSSiie-- . B . n h S S. G notic m NVc vmmtmimtMK7tmx.iraLM Tra.' SYRUP OF FIGS Eg Jtnntifacturcil only by tho California Fig Syrup Co., Han Francisco) Cnl., is Nature's Own true It is tho most cnBlly taken nnd tho most pleasantly elfectivo H DHALXKS .Y liSi ssssraagag&sgri' wnmnwM remedy known to cleanse lite sys raaTai tem when bilious or costive; to DU0B,MEDlbfN,B00rS,8e.lIuNLUT,aBi 3cliaia.ia.l.i. dispel hcndaclios. colds mid to euro bitbittial constipa Fane; I.OObR.ToYW, :ti PICTJ'aS tion, indigestion, etc. For Palo in 8UKDBIE8, PAINTS, OILS, VflNKS and LIvjlDlU, .r Mf JI..I .... 50 conts and 81.00 bottles by T. T.Swoyno& Co., tlrugfpats, Clinton '' aciuntr Fon ritr: street, Hickman, Ky. m "znJ-- lr TtUTT i Lnx-ntlv- ZDIRiTTOrG-- . w 'f few,y Ss Go, J. B VEll JUIO VGILTTOJLJCKUAN! A. B XT 3, Xi I 3ST 1. AM E. Kljr will conduct our business, from this date, on an iixcl naive B LOCAL NI5WS. 1SS8. Ilorr to reiul tlio weathor iinla: Tlio GASH BASIS, believing it will prove eminently satisfactory to all parties concerned. AVe will demonstrate to the public's satisfaction that Goods can be Sold for Less Money in this manner than on twelve months credit. We return sincere thanks for tliVpatroi.ngc t i we nave receivedi in tne past, ana hope the same may be contin' ued in the future. ' Tlild Twxii Its ' 'I'lie lilnek tiiangulur Uiigal Cliiotl In way. icferH to tempcriituie, when or,'or' placed hIiovp tlio while or liliio Lenp year parties will be uoxt l,nK il indiriiten warmer weather; 0111111.' tiiplH. miii'ii piiicuu uuuiw inn wiiito or Iduo ling, it incum roMcr wcntli. . . , v...ippyn.iproHprrou8 year cr . when not dlnplitcd. tlmt to all, in tho wlilioftliotol'iiusi:. .th0 temperature- will icitmi.s bin. asrAUrgiilutor Doom and Banh llonnry, or not vary f, 'lj.jrro I'alfita anil OIIb, itlwajn on liaiiil, from tlio namo tlio preceding day. t 1. The whitu llutr with Idaek J. Amiihuo'h Suns. ot21 square In centre, In t tic oolil wavo Hap;. Till Ha' is not displ,j,,d I.tigin tlio 110 year ly tho Couiiuui. &l 00 miles, a tempernturo of id lo for giecH, or lower, In expected. Tlili per year in ailvaiiuo. ling la usually dlMpluyed -- I lioun If you want a cheap, ffootl, In sidvauro of this cold ware. Over Cout, ijo to J. A3:ui;U(j'i Theee weather llngn nro display, oil hi Hickman over tlio telegraph !()."S. leap year. ovor it new leaf now. reooliillonmiro now clear or fnlr weather. 1!. white ling prophocloij Itliie Hug lii(lluaU' rain or dipt. J. J. Williams, in charge of u surveying party for tho Illinois Central load, was again at work in Hickman and vicinity, last week, running gomo now lines. Tho survey of tho now road is now complotcd, hut it will tnke, n month for.tlic engineers to complete their inapt nnd uiuko nut their full reports. Tho information from nil sources nppears to be reasonably certain that tho rond will bo built, and that work will bo commenced in tho spring. por-haps, DpIQstio Sewing MachinS. laprMfia" 5?H nc . ww .DEALER IN SCHOOL SUPPLIES, FANCY GOODS? KNOW. ,, - H' For Sale HE&IDKXCE. An effort will be made during tlio present session of the Legis-latuito have a legal ndvortlsing bill passed for the Stato nt large. Kentucky is tho only State in the Union that has not a law providOORfcg ? ing for tho proper advertising of property sold under nn order of court. Wo trust tho Legislature will pass sneb ii bill, ob bhp.U prop- crty, when not propcrlynd vertTsed. A full supply of all kind" of Reading Matter coaclainirnnfjjiia; ii generally dir.posod of at a song, with inju-- v to the party interested. Any Iiook, XlagazineVr Paper you may deaire, which is not fn'fck will be promptly procilrcil ior youbj leaving yoiir order. Newspapers, rtgaHiaaeSj Period ical.s (Stftkmerv, &c. Sa:XQjEfLiV2:.3eT, ta:J."J!j; .lESaETa 2 s rrp'M'Tajfafctaj jasj'rsfjmjjjmawj j THE REMAINDER t OF 6 DR "'J IX ACOMFOrtTAULE (Joid Slahlf Qar den, Citeru ant Kelt for Slock. Alio, milts below Ilicl-uan-. thr biulf joining the bottom in month of Iho Big Hollow S3 acre In cnllitlon, wlili wlr fence troaiing on On a ami one-half THE OLD RELIABLE OI8AS. A. HOLiOOAKBEt r..4Li:a Diii'is, (out21) oil ice. 1 r Th neoroes of Killton enuutV ML r R--, have decided to demand a muti on cni reooi;niiioti ny nisism. ct21 HlVEKA7i, a. lioldiiiL' oillue. and IicIiil' aeleeted 1UVU31AX, UKA'TDCKV. tf Dili HvettH, of Padueab, who on the jraiid and petit lun8. It t KOine yearn ajo Iiod in Uickuuui, is not enonjjli that the Ian Krant SoOOOO; In "j arretted with Ialiicnlt, Tuen- -- equal ilj;ht8 In theeo intitiern, but forgery at Fat- t!,ry want to be Invented ilh tbr day, charged ton. power and authority of offlea and Ji uewij ipRaiirij orjan wo ana reailr for bu - infa, nt rtpclruIliolioit the pijr.ne fI upon the juries, -- Don't lose .llit of the fao, !,",t,,,"1l rlrrlloiiwiH .. .... .,. ,.... v.. iij macie 0r urpoJiior iree 01 cntlc. lrrroTi ' '"1 KggaaaaaaaeaiaianB'armt " ""i'1 ",i;el,,r,"r Imt, that thin U lenp vear. Koop IIi. air ii ni In pajr riianior lure or four months, iliiCTuntc.) at tic ! lutil. l" ."--- " vonr iirn mi our " iHt l' i ." roriV'"" " ." rato sf per Mill pvr anuu-u- . !!."l,!e h.iva, ISejx--aiz- x lint leait exnoot It. Mie iiinvi ." J" 'olnr when with unvarying soiidnfy, east "pop lilt) ijuiiallun. f tlioir votes for the Heimblionn Ilev. A. It. Wliiflebl. editor of party, and of course couM reason-ablthe Arkaimtft Mrtlioilliil, and one n. BOOIUXIX. O.TIIR'ELKKLD 0 BALTZKIt. only ask votes fiom iIiohp for It M. ALE.VANVKR: j. r. cowgill. w. c. johnsox j w. algxandkr. of the ohleM and hct knoun whom they vote. Demounts can of the M. V.. Church So nth, and will mako no objetityn to the died at IiIn home In I.ittlo liook, culuteii people making (hi test. orr.s. IA FUAaMUK!? OF HISTORY. The Ulizabethtown News, ono S Ark., lunt Monday. ho met It la an Issue that has FuUon county was organir.ed of t lie liem papers published in or later; and It i satisfua trfct-- .i i.ii.M f.r tho State, has this to say in regard forty-twyears from last Miy. Kloe.all wool fncrnln Onrpotu, nooiier kliuw tluajhJWiwjorlty ad verlhtlpR ttr.v to ' old oheaper than ever at . Aislt tn.a,nlfc,atuai... x., o it t,T,nr.. i,o- - -- .... ...iDtrtlug that time, It has bad ten tov7uo Taliie iuonr Iiouiq paper: " Ji.a.fiS28r, atk' Ol " - , will conirn!. v, oi l.'U-- l nr( KlllH ijiii; duxg. lltlll. 4l'Mftt livint;. t.in At... wa never been moro tiilvtMiistii liti J. Parngottld, Ark. thoroughly deIs now whom Her Clcrka oot2Jj monstrated than by tlio results ItrArn Vji. ' Mr. XV. II- .Jackson, of Union, hmo been as follows: too miuiy, Ye Wn ro fat'in J'rMril,'!uur atimtll City, wat In tho city yesterday. The I'ultou Hoomernnc ImnpiI U p Dick (livens; L.I). Stephens; achieved by the investments made .t, ) ou r Uoili.. will llMHiadr, in printeis ink by Flizabethtown n bnlldav edition, which lou aVIgaMjr. twrvoiw a'ld Ciiae'tll) Mr. Jas. Kogcr and family, of ll. G. Dudley ; Ceo. S Mottis; J. relleeln ninrh erodlt upon that nb 'ii art (Coraer of Jaokssn and Kentucky Streets,) ! ami tttnt l iro iik llrar Paducah, Ky., nro in the city, li. Mcl.ehee; J. A. Fowlkes; XV. merchants this full nnd winter. In The an Iwi nt with HimulaiiK, irli: mwli gueMs of .Mr. and Mrs. F. Hellner. A.lJrowird; J. C. (birdner; J. T. every instance a bigadvertisement wavi enterinliibiu paper. in l lie News has been followed bj OilJUlKK icmln lt blcsslnj; to tha Ctrra,"' W'lfw t:b iitx. ft: 'Mcirltzth liiiiuin, and T. M. French. Mths .Julia Jackson, of Union In whiakr. Mil Maitli Mtlwil .TJ lawyers residing in a big rush !j tlio store of the adllnnmentuc for Seventeen N, lilf yi. u ( .r an li m, ami lk4a Ian re ya City Tonn., spent sexeial dais in I lick limn, in that period vertiser. Flizabcthtown has done The dlspatehen report tlmt in wurviiinillt:a ilun (orr. Whi yu the citj, last week, among fiieuiU. of time. have died lawyers in more and better niheitisng this he-ibr- e Tho four that Senator do ItUrkbum I n doom- M.nt l aM aliaratl'r acilunwill purWr vaur DST OPKNKD, witk iik STOCK, oni anJ tat. of Ltvwr ami! 'me, rlTti.li RltiS fcr hire. Iwni'l Mr. J no. Hellner and wife, of Hickman at the organization of apnson than over in. its history, ed man, thotisli hU lUuctn Ik ll'nl. aurtrtwtar ynur vlll IT awl and as a result it has had a larger Kltiii), O T2.tJI3 reasaaaVle. Patronage sol'.uilcd. KiioxmIIc, Temi., siieni a portion the county, wero known only to a for iutimato rvitvii laallh nl HTt) Snih a of Christmas week with their paH. O. Realty; Jas. W. Gibson; trade than ever before, nnd this buy. wild to madtcia fn will flml In I rcitic IliKrr. frieniK lli.s ailment i:. I. Rullock, mid IL A. Hatcher. too right in tho faco of the fact rents, Mr. and Mrs. F. Hellner. be flituei-- of the Moiunt'tt. Other ami nljr M Kin a botlW at all Drii that money is Ecurco and times VvvEN'TlS. ct30- Mr. Sam. Klrkpatrlck has rennnrep) dony the report. Senntor hard." also after nn turned to ilttkiuaii. Ulaekburn lau'iaat the sa:isstinu. Tlio Excolleut Qualities dipt. Knillli h. Leech, engin- seiice of several months, in CinTHE 0 HAND EXPOSITION linuBt-lot- ; eer in ohargo ot the Government Many loeal papern am Commissioner" Notice. tilcinnati. Wo are glad to welcomo Of the delightful liquid fiuit rem- Of Fall and Winter Hats, A. A. DAArIS. Rmtiicts, of ptexeutH in tlio nhnpe oT Improvement on the Lower edy, Syiup of Figs, commend it Feathers him back. I'nKan Clri'Ull foitpl and Birds, Is now i miwas in Hiukumii, bint tutkeys, te.. lint that ever popuUr Jits. Ida Plumiuernnd Mrs Uosn to all who buffer linm Habitual Pllf 1 R. ff Jtatgon' Ailia r e.lilzeu, .litii Cooper, was determin- week, to piTKooally iuHpeot the II iiblninl, loft Tuesday, for Itrooks-ville- , Constipation and kindred ills. ning ia full blast at Mrs. Jone's lEQUiTT. Aainu Millenery Bazaar, where you will ed that tlio CotMtiKU rihntild not river fiont at this place and to reItciug in liquid fin m nnd pleasing find CirJj. Pfl J !!!. iltUs CtiJ Floiida, to visit their father, alt the varied plumage of the be fdisehted, and remembered us port a plan for tho Improvement Mr. S.N. White. to the taste, harmless in its iia.ure, MCZAtAF, KY. Notloe is hereby girea lo Ihe TreJiieri with see us. bv tlio c(X of a nicely dreNod pic. of tho iliokmau harbor. IIu found strengthening as well as cleansing tropical world, together too nu-n of K W. Mntaon JcceaJ.I.Jihal lh Mr. Jos. Kirkpatrick and wife, in its properties, it is easily taken Inrgo line of other things bad ehaiigud CirMav ho never be lem popular than that the situation of ihe Fullna ( OJitt, Ctinltn itrttl, UiUii LUck.) merous to mention. accompanied by Miis Pate, all of by old and Aoitng, and truly cuit Court,' under an OrJer lo ihe boT matermllj since bis fortnei nt IiIh last election for ansesHor. l spent several lylt.1 f..iiua.. ill mtenJ nt the County 8lil of all kind, bad been submitted to tho Klvcr Dyersburg, Tonn., in its effects, and thereforo Court Clerk'a Offioe, in Hiekain, Ky , For Mli tall anJ mill I'rnf. Sam'I h. Inliell, one of ('oiumisiioti tttid the necenRity for tias In tho tilty, last week, guests Rcproent the fsllowiii" old and rella family remedy, espefrom the lnte hereof until ih 'iOih Jay of We companies: Xnr'li Aiuoricn, Thianiz. Ant in stctt material; the inont proinlluir youui; tench immediate woik more urgent and of Mr. and Mrs. T. .1 Ktrkpatikk. the lavorits tho ladies and children, cially with leeeiv and bear proof Hartford, Loncachirc. and the tit. Fehuary, 1838, For nhirh you may call. ' ....- I'U ah tf liilffiii mutiitt(, , . h nl tftliflitiivM important, lie says that the work Mr. Davo V. Stewart, of James' who tequlio a gentlo yet effective Patronage solicited, niii in mi. ... ....... dild Uesedent ; ami Hint Pire ami M trine iiuurance 0 on puny Motto, Beet SMITH & ELLISON. of claims acalnit.rornled to hlra ai4 the lionitvillo biw Rchool, tbU of piotectiug tho rher front t no IliiAott, Mo., was in the city Mon- laxative. For salo by T. T. Swnytio nil claims not Also, the liqu'tabls Life Insurance Ccia as required by Inw, wiihln the lime winter. Tew young men posne an longer nn experiment, lint a cerof Xe York. l)ao hun recently taken & Co., druggists, Hickman, Ky. goods, at lowest prices. Bptclfifd above, will be forercr barred. jiany, the indomitable cnertrv and delor tain far.t that It can be protected; day. himself n bottur hair, mid his Tho County Board of Super-visor- s minatlon to nueceed.aud Ihe Cor but that the present appropriation unto At the last regular mooting- of IT. P. Tatwr, uumeniiiB friends in and around have been in session this Kli'.u predict., that he will la insulllcieiit. His report will bo Hickman wish him them much Kentucky Lodge, No. 340, K. of Mailer Cenmlolonai F C. C. garble Works, him-sl- f rollectluir credit upon it ; l.nl.l .... I.....I... ......:...." TnA ' week, at tho court house, overfavotablo to the needed Improve- hupphiatirJ. ueilJ , ,,,- - tlio lotiuwiur We .,' lionlin" tu6 ABBo"gor a uu-'- end people. 2od. ment licit, and will KY. HICKMAN. r inenincrBi understnud they have made some that work bo commenrrd as early Report Inn it that Mayllold is wore elected officers for tho eusu 4 change?. Our old friend as the witter will permit. The in- sorely divided into factions, ready ing sis muitths: 13. C. wiiii inner failn tlmCi'tiniKIl when CouimlsJilor. rr'.i ,iif ico. Dictator Thos. Dillon, Jr. ho has anything good, on bin re- dications in every respect nro very to lly nt each others' throats on Y. M. C. A. DIALER I." for Vice Dictator- - 11. Monro. turn from bin ArkauuaH bunt, on favorable from an inete.isfd appro- tho slightest provocation. SomeI'nllao Clrcnlt Court. Tho Young if en's Cluistian r tlio prctcnt Con- time ago tlio grand jury returned Rev 0 L Pinder. priation MAr.Xt.5 TALI AM AND AltF.alCAr v whioh waa killed it monster bear, CI. J. Ileliugtr, will meet every Sunday UONUJIKXTS, 10MI5 A.ND ORATt Iteporter Tlios. Dillon, Sr. indictments against quite a uuia no n largo chunk of bear gress. rout Tl. Tff'iflJSV Fin. Reporter II. 0. Beckmnn. afternoon, regularly, at .. o'clock, ber of people, and the people ST0.NK3. me it. Mr. Albert Kopor, who fej'iy IT.rrl.l nllnirer. Ac. rll, In thuir Hall, adjoining the t The citv election passed oil' TrcasurcrA. M. TicBow. dividud as to tho justness tnlty. outertnined quietly, somo citizens Inking a 1st af Asssr-auJIJiJo, T Ba'ltm. vu on tho riT A VINO In BiaeL, ollice. Rvcrybotly cordially i- Chaplain Rev. R. M. King. of somo of these Z.jr.'G.lr Tt. an m Uty odd of Ida neighbor very nctlvo Interest, flbUot por. noil propriety iX. 'cau aDl Italian llarhlt, t aai pte- invited. Dtfl 0. J.noliortr. Jas. 0. Wearn. p4rdtflll all orders, Cal)a;ioiia tfr:$, nt dinner during the IioIMujh, on bail's a third failed to mntiilsst n Indictments. A Law ami Order St. Paul. . Subject "Xot'.erirfjrtby (tln l the. cretltori aiT wirll. Guardian A. Hunzlker; Club was organized, mid three dewhlub occasion bear meat waR llollnger. at al that Ihe uuOrJara fitia the censtrj prsssjtly A. A. Davis, loador. to oven vote, tectives were Imported from suninient Inleietit af Harriet Sentinel Sohulbiicli. served. e r uliou RUid. derelpnf.1. CosiuUslontr "f Jah. E. fuqua, Sec'y. it rosulted In tho election of Mr. abroad to ferret out violators of Medlcal'Examlner l)r 0'D.miel Circuit I'ourT, nider n order in the T. Trustees. Clms. Baltzer. UurJucs wns roinarknbly good It. S. Murroll, Mayor, and the old law in selling liquor mid gambling. lll atiend at the ftt.oTt tiyled cause. .. T. Stephens, John These detectives got in thorough Tyler and Otto Hertweck. R. in Ilicknuit the year 1SS7, audit Council Coun'y Cierli'e oflice, in llloituiau ICr., W. 0. T. U. Jjii. ?v. S. MUIIKELL, .Ino. XV. win k, and by somo nro pronounced if. from ih Hie hereof tut lit .he 8'h d ly being the regular time wan somewhat Hurpritdng coiihIiI-crin- Witting, Otto II im tweak. The Womnn'i Chrltlan Temperance to receive and Ulr ef rlrii.rr,-lS88- , two aides of meeting, tho officers elect will Union fur I niton county, inreta in the crop year wan not Pole, .1. K. Hrown and W. T. unscrupulous. Tho that tho A.WrORH3QAaI- - IiAW pronf .f 'luluis ngnlatt laid II. I'.ollnne'; A colored candidate commenced getting out wnnantB be installed. UUiTiluSIuniiiiailli.ll Ou 'i.mlulU'tkuJ A full atteud.uicc is rooms f tho Young Men diri'Unn A a good one. However, thero Ih Ilttckner. Dmg tl.1.,1 (OEc. an I ibst all elLinia rtot presented lo him P. Atwood, re- ugaluit each other, and theic earnestly dosired. cUll"H Wrliielsy of eich Wrclc at 'J p far above tho average of money for Cottiirlliiuin, an prrten as reqoirtil by Ian, wltulii the H i XA .V , XT. in. i;vrlily in tho county in tho country, anil only a fow old ceived ono hundred vote, and it hcciiis to bono telling vihero it abose, "III be fortTli lime fr,''ifll to join. I'very mini, romau and bnrreJ. Thft NoTomber 15lh, I8S7. foglca thoNo who nro behind Iho is thought by some would luivo will stop. Tho good citizens ought SPECIAL NOTICE. rrpl prartlce ia sll'tLt Cttr's ef Us child eoltelted lo rlgii the pledge, ani to W. V PAY LOR. j If his cntuiulaey iinii to stop and think; and by nil times in tho now methods of trade been elcotoi. attend ditto meetings. first Jadiii.il bisiiist. EVANSV1M.K, In I),. ) Council means so adjust their differences Mssltr CotiaiiuijEer P. C. C. who nro complaining of "hard lieeu known in time. The raesrUl THE l'LrralE. Sept. Ii8, lSSl.f a.Tl.J r elect is committed to tlm enter- us to live together in peace tttid tilllUH." I aolemidy liromue, tloil liebdng ml, to Vear .Vim KJi'ay Arftloe. I take great pie.tSj abstain from nil intnxlua' itifr, liiii'r, wine prise of building a college, and good fellowship. Tlio stiifc has ter Tor Pore Pye, -- Tho Paducah Newn tlitiH rptKKM IT AS A STIIAY. hy II. If. will carry nut tho enteinriHO with already resulted in tho burning of me in reonmiueiiiiiug to tne piiu and oi.lcr included, audio employ al Full on. Circuit n the Dyeraburir reid, Oewglll's fiyo Snlvc. J Wilson, IUIn n cliango In the proprio-torshl- enrneutuesii. ri'niirio discutirage the use A tho which lioC. 0. 0,"Ccrlnin Chill Curot't tho county PbHomellt llrowdcr and It. t of llitknun, aboat C nil'oi ague for (anie. of the Fulton Fultonlan. mid all tho county My wife hml tliird-da2;JU,0U0 cost A Jlrowslir, It Kulton eonniv. Kv., 0'B UEU BTUKIt, For Neuralgia and Ulieimntl!i, in Equity tlvo moutliH and had trietl difl'ur- Judgo Stalks will be welcomed vs. teoords. S year j old, with some "hit" on beL, tail lltOJI Till! .NITNIHr.Nl'IIOOI, ont remedies without sutccss. Qowgili'a Weasol Oil. into tho newspaper family: Oa re'l'lon Y.x Prl Mr. XV. h. McCiitelun lias awl Deuy, horns lirs nnd slant wide In After using ono bottle of jour ehsK'l been appointed Cliciilt Court The Fallon FullnnUn li ouk urmiMr.NiiNT. ' il Uiy csweera : lie il known "P"'," mtrktd with an under half "i To 'l MARRIED, - Per Piles, Mr. A .i m the ltmlB. Jtidjjo K.I BlnrkuMiccTfil. "Certain Chill Cure-- n peramiient Tver since I can remnaher. e. Ihe uiem that, oo le Ulih day of l)eoeiIer. 1F7, iliVIht ar. nud Ia i W ami Clork to lill tho vacancv occasion-eIn Hickman. Deo. 'A 187, h Ut - ,i inil R N. Tnylor m prnptieior. 0u liil"rr IitIiik style! pelltloners file 1, in ihe,KTter. Apprslas by lists of Ihe Kpiitcoptd Suudiiy Holiool Imvu Cowgtll'o Pilo 0int ant. iheaio'eCtftk'a oRice by tho death of Mr. T. M. Kins, Mr. 11. McGiougblin to Mr, il. curu is tlio result, Tlio 'ewii U ef fvelve l Jan nolil out lo remore In Texaa of this eomilr, Ih.ir J V. tr.l lo i XV. II, Ciunnr.ii, had en Superintendent, Mr. fieuch. It Uirein' (Irfjory. French. Mr. McOittolie.) wrlromeK Jil Jg Siarka lo tho I'lirolm'e c c" P'tlnon pfayw'S Will tne anil riniomem am rii' win the s:inie plcissnt fife and penlil r ifce Lawyer, 32 Upper Third St. r'r Tetter and Itiucwarm, upright, coiisilentioti't, ami r.Uli' Mm luck aa a honest, itnrlnl er W, at tin rMfnee of th On Deo '2 ndjudjed Jtmr,t soe, nlir.l tiiwn nndtr my hmnl - J Jul-Ruruhy inarii that greeted us nouomintnlntlntj ln.lf'n father, Mr. J. I". Or.ir, hr llov It Sold and warrautetl by J. XV. mannerHut, in obedienceeach Ihe n ill of the OfliiwV'o Welter Oiataont. Urowli-rin mi. Fulleii County Cxm tM- V.- J ih ' responsildo and enjoy, sell an eone.T for uniupcr to inc. i J08UUA .NAYl.UH, J. is a M Klnt,', Mr. Johu Dannfr to Mui Mary Cowgill, Hickman, Ky. "r so UnVlll, any properly flr'At ltuler of all ihiiiKs, he has laM Our vouiitT friend, fleorgo II. fiilpii. mid lli ii niinolatiiient declU-lown ee a quire, fra rvn ili olttin or) jufl tw In Angus' i'"tt thej T. dray. dTu his nork Wo all know how much tttf tor Worms, XV. Powell, of good ono. Powell, son of h. wo will ralis Ids iircsenes, lilt cheerful clsim' el hr liusn., K A llrVwder, la The Oountnit'a happiest conoccur. H le, Covrgill'o Pleasant this county, lias accepted n posb oiection for Olork will oleoi his encnuriigliii: lord, nnd we can uik etnirscls, sue an he "'Hlln pliid gratulations go to ttieso young ,i l.ijli'r A.ts Warm Gyrap. and he I'epleaded, lo acquire, f"o boll, lo A port.1 l'"itn. ' tion In tho wholesale drug bouse ne'er forest lilm Ho Unit not hern with . who have outered the hoIrionds m r. .I routaina p. o. us (or uuiny "if ks, hut we did not dream enjoy, '" dlIts) of pruperij, and In of rt. A. RolihiHon & Co.. of Louis- 'nftUli'lud tnt ll. ii..- p m be lave as 'hough t txl We liaTg R'litPil lli o'd slanl, trioum as he would never romo ukIu. To uss his SATISFACTION GUAllAXriiED Oil esery wsT ' " vt DolJow lave moved ly ostato of matrimony, accepting Fttqua Tille, us solicitor in tho oitloH of I responsibilities, and ' Go I, (rant that Kingman TUH UOSEY ItKFUSDKD. arilnro S. wire sn uomsiried eimuMies under relnril. irwnrel'.attil rin.lS.n ' ill. their grocery store trom tho Itoiis? - iis solemn the hope which sincero theSmith & ljlliion'a, nherore wenext door cansowords asOli! meet In lltven, iv laity ' Louisville, 2fow Ainany nun rYtto lio Oirtiilt aRonl isluek w tteJr nil lie J' live and tolo ,ne tsnJ as (ferk oft lo nil to bobuoyed by hniltlii-Mr. Powell Is nu no. corner into tho Ciibo p..n ibis Ucembr ' lffl In chiver. wl'h gnid ffiin.s nl1 ir .".' 'h For Salo by the Proprietor, love over brings to dovoted hearts. eo our old cuatoiucr-- Thmknig ilicm gether uze In the liquid depths of iliat 3) mtl.-- fnuu II. Vu...u an1 'y r t, Ai, lly in, ''ii, ;. r eoimilished druggist, n young man tiei.nn Rtniilimm St. StilXHell's lllld Hay their ovory hope and expect- for iinnl faton, c lr.pt to Miro a wrtluu cr stil (iiunlnln tint llows frmi under lbs tlinliM.tQft Sinitlt & Kllison's where they Will I'. liTI ' r .....t... bni.lt of their rairnanxe in the future thrnao ( the I.utnb, and rcllrcls Ills glory J, W, COWGILL, l. c L'nod rmil App'v ll III i HAWS. Druggist, y Murrell, An frionds ation of liappinoss and succcir. llMnrclfntlr. and Ihe lory of the CH of tfo New has dono well in seuuiing liin scr- - bo pleased to tueot their I1...HIS11, It. .', i'-'- r Jerlialeiri( US A. T. be realized. JsG SS Hickman, K't. TUOIM f. ii'imwiand patronf. i nation, Imni'uettoil tlio Kentucky Lcgtaliituro, Tnemlay nl,'lit. Last year tlio Stato of !Cen :WJ,;J:W5.iO tuoky tleriveil fin in wtilnky lluriinea. Ho much for the. new revenue law. K. II. Colliui, Kentucky'! noted iilatorian, tlieil, Miililtnly, wlillut on a lnit to hU lnulitcr, in .Missouri, Tiiuailnj lant. .lust rrcrlveil Kcsr Dress OooiU utnl TtliiiiuliiKrt to tuatoli, they uro elegant, mid cheap. Senator Heck, after tils nomi- Probably no ono llihiu' has aiiiwl nucha general tevival ' trade tru k Rials, nil llieir Klv'"t """J" ' 'Mr many fr trial Lnltl'S otio'omrra of f I'r (en lMvt7 Kip umpiicn. ihetr trade In tlmpir mir menu in this rry valuable artl'lr ii fart iliat il aWajra curt a)i) Pwtf r Jimiji. I'olot, A(tliH, llren PibU Cugli rhlli, Croup ami all threat ami lang dt. Yall Ma lut' jt ra84 .(HK-kli) IhjcIit CflilHg a (rial K.M! frt( Itro irc f'l "llrafX baltlt nirtan(i. Karaale hj sll Prns:lt. hrlr lliilur llonmmt. ingll 't-i- Winter Stock Clothing, Overcoats; Wraps, AV II V u SO Acres of f.and, er lr and Heavy Boots, ?' 1"rt'rTCf - IlM-ll- CA7IIAI11E nlN(lWOOl). 'r,n inn ,..,.. pan Eiwmx Prut. mm w V. dw-otp- s, ri 4r- - kjs - tr it mii. 9 8 m jaC 2m RPRKSCI'TIOINS -- CAttKF L'LLY Prttl. COMPOIJNDKD. - r,rl gjsS-CAL- L 8 AND 8 INSPECT! & WS AE.S Offering Great n. BUCHaNAN, C. BiLTZUU, E. L.ALEXANDKU Cth. J. AMiimuj'ri SUNB. ALBXANDBR & MAXWELL. I ICKMHH Hi It j CAPITAL, KE R ..... "'" iaassBSKKBaasreaaiaa y DIRECTORS' min-Uter- a ! ; rlM..rUr:,?:.M.:;i ") hiu j. -w. in Cloaks and have hort v. ..I-..,- ,,. I f,.,f l.t' -- KaR5l3t-'tVSU3iWi-- r -- i - teu-paz- o and wish to reduce Examine them I stock. mcmiA f 1 EENTVCKt, t'r r at j'on Arc W. G. KINGMAN. obui nnttB making Bargains in evcryo Call and er ilepartmcnt. will pay you. int It jd-i- bene-licia- ft - pro-T- en XoT.l-.th,lSi'- 7. huh-coe- RAMACE Ass't-Dictato- .atSW - 1 Cou-KiEi- jtriino-htinl- , 11 sin - . - g ihiis -- 1.1 uri-eiit'- y t.tU-ltfi- l WEUnHQTI I cr uio-c- r p coutt-hous- t'outt iutli-wee- d I- er-i- H-- a I 1 fr e I - .ha.t i 1 1. v - E.emovecl! i I . ''. 1 II- 1 J -- 111111 ; - rceR, I t 1 it u Araraaam .: f.irni-nn- s i Ka- - - Lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll wT. Mtii..i,i.-- i nti . -- L...iJ,hjjf. .. P"Tr?fr. "i''t'' v I.UJ ' t'i.t U'"vMmn. fi5MLrT!K.t'JTI. HI rmTMim'INHT-WIWTi'.- ,r,J,ll't i U.IS.Z.1. U'.Si' w.mj-wiiiiiaTO-Bttf- fl TP -r- -m? TAU.AGK'S SERMON. Euinollilnff of tho Glory nnd Extent of tho Now Jorusalom. I'llr I'li'the Splendors or Darllity Cllles hinl liny Would Nnl Make, a Mi'iie hy Mlilrli oi Might Mount to th S(rlic cur ' ""' "Krc hath not rcn, nor car heard, iiellhor liimi enteral into the heart of man the tliinjrs utilch Uod lialh pi roared for them tint laves lllin." llo mid: How slranco It r.inliteon elithtr-cielii- ! looUi, nnd how trnngo it sounds' Not the pnst venr dead, but tha only ilyln;. Only twelve more long kcsthsuml tlio olil giant will hare ex plied. Nimo of tho put centuries will ho prcciit t the obsequies. Only the Twentieth century villi fee Iho Nineteenth buried. As all tho eat aro hastening pnt, and all our live on earth will oon be ended, I picposn lo cheer inysolf, and cheer you with tho glories to coinn, which shall utterly cellpso nil tho pjorioi past; for my texttelU i that eyo hath not seen, nor ear hojrd. any thins like tho advancing splendors. Tho city of Corinth ha been called tho I'arls nf M'utuly. Indeed, for splendor, tho world hold no iuh wordcr It Mood on an Isthmus wnshed by two seas, the. en sea bilnglng tho commcrco of lluiopo, tho other sea bringing the commerce of Asia. Krotn her nhnrves, In tho construction of which whole. kingdom had been aborbod, war galleys with threo hnnlcs nt oars puhnd out and confounded l''2 ths cav.r ysnJs at ail ths '.rorM handed machinery, siuh s moilern iiivcn. tlon can not equal, lifted ship from tho en on ono tldo and trnnspoi ted them ou tho Isthmus nnd at them truck aoro down in thn en on Iho other side. Tlio revonuo eulccrs of the city went down through, tho ollvo croves that lined tho beach to collect a tariff from nil nation. Tlio mirth of nllpcoplo sportol in her Ittbml.xn name, and tlio beauty of all land sat In her theater, walked her portion, threw itself on tho altar of her stuColumn, and statpendous dissipation. ue, and tcnip'o bewildered tbo beholder. Theroweio whito inirhlo fountains Into which, from apcrturci at tho side, thero everywhere known rushed water (iiin'Ities, Around for basin, twled Into wreath tteo of stone, thero were nil tho boautlcs of sculptmo and architecture; while stand-Ina If to guard tlio coty dlptay, wa a stat 10 of Herculc of burVases of terra nished Corinthian brass, colla adorned tho ccmctcrie of the doad vases so rntly that Juliu Croiar Mas not satisfied until he had captured thorn for Home. Armed oflUinN, the cuiiiithaill paced up nnd down to sea that no statuo was dofiicod, no pcdet.tl ovcrthoirn, no touched. From tho edge, of tho (ity it hill arose, with Its magnificent! burden pf columns, nnd tower), and temples (I, Cm slave waiting at one sbrino), and a citadel so thoroughly linpregnnhlo that Gibraltar i a heap of samlromparoJ with it. Amm all that strength and magnifl' conco Coriuth stood and dolled tho world. Oh! it wu not to rutlc who had never seen anvlblng grand Ihu I'aul uttered thi text. They had heard the best music that had rcmo from tlio bct instrument in all the vrotli; they had beard song floating from morning portico and melting in evening groves; they had passed their whole l.vos among pl Hires, nnd sculptmo, nnd aichiterture, mid Corinthian bras, which had beo t molded and shaped until thero wn no chariot wheel in which it had not scd, nnd no tower in which it had not glittered, and no gateway that It had not adorned. Ah, it wa a bold thing for l'aul to stand thoro amid a'l t lint, and sayi "All this I nothing. These sound that como from tho 1 cell-tin- y I ta-i!i- Tho subject of nv. T. DcWittTiilma(50' imoii Sunday mornlnr; mi "The Corn-I- n Olory t" Ins text, I Corinthian, II, 9: foll"wlng on white horse. Intlnlio cavalcade pnsslng, passing; emrlr1 PrM,lnR Into line, age t following njc. Ih'pen satlou tramping on after 4!:ntlon. Olory Iu tho track of glory Kurope, Asia, Africa, North and Boalh America "cft pressing into line. Islands of shoulder to shoulder. (Ionerstlon Moro tho flood following generations """ 'J10 flood, and a Josus i lo nt the nesJ of great host and wnve his sword In signal of victory, all crown ait lifted, ami all ensign slung out, nnd nil chime rung, nnd nil hallelujah chanted, and some cry, "Olory to Ood most high." nnd some, "Hosanna to the son of David " and some, "Worthy Is tho Lamb that was slain' till nil exclamation of endearment ond homngfl In tho vocabulary of lletven are exhatKted, nnd thero come up rjfo after surge of "Amcnt amen I nnd smen "Kvo hath not seen It, Mi hath r.c' hesr-It." Hklm from tho summer water the hrightet sparkle and you will get no Idea of the sheen of tho everlasting es l'ile tip tho splendor of earthly eitie nd they would not make n stepping stonobv which you might mount to tho city f od. a Kvcry houo I a palace. Kxrrr triumph, Kvery covering cf tne hend a I'.rery tncjl Is n banquet. coronation. Every stroke from tho tower Is a wedding bell. Kvcry day is n Jubilee, r.crr hour a raptura nn I every moment nn eotacy. "Kje hath uot seen It, car hath net beard 1 with tho tiarnionles of which I speak. Tin. o waters rushing Inlu tho basin of not pure. Those ttatuos of l.'ac chus nnd Jlercnry nro not cxiiulsite. Your citadel of Acrccoiintbus is notstringcom-parewith that which I offer to the poorest slave that j uts down his burdsn nt that brazen gate. You Corinthians think this is a upload! I city; you thin oil havo heard nllzwect sounds, nnd scea all beautiful sights; but 1 tell yon oye hath not tern nor ear heard, neither have entered Into tho heart of man, tho thing which (lod hath prepared for them that lovo d Hilt." You forth tin Idea that, Inwcvcr cvtlted our idea may bo of llcavoir, they como far short of tho reality. calculating sow reias .vuejuen have many furlong long nnd wide tho Now Jerusalem; and they havo cnlciilalo.1 how many Inhabitants thero aro on tho earth; how long Iho eaith will probably stand; and then t'.ey rume to this estimate, that after all tho nation havo been gathered to lltavrn lhro will Ikj room for cuili soul a loom sixteen feet Jong nnd fifteen feet wide. It would uotbo large enough forme, 1 am glad to know that no hunun estimato l suffic'eiil to tako the dimension. "Eye hath not seen nor car bcinl" nor.arlthmc-11- , 1 eo my text set 1. ! tV i 1 nr atraet you had nover felt sorrow or slekncsi. 1'erhapi later you felt a glow In jour ihee!c, aud asprlng iu your tep, mid nn exubernnco of spirits and a clearness cf eje, thit mado jo'i thatik (lod you i"er IcrmlttoJ to lire. The nerves wero und Iho sunligiit was n doxology, and ths rntllug leaves wero th rustling of the loboi of a great tlowd rising up to praUo iho Iinl. You thought that you know what it wa lo bo nc'l, Imt thero I nn perfect health nn earth. Tho dlrncs of past generation como down to u. The ir that float now upon tho earth aro not like lhoe which flailed nliovo paiadiw. They art) charged with impurities and distemper. Tho more elnlk nnd robutt health of earth, compare with that which Ihoso cxperlonce Iwforo whom the gules hara been owneJ, nothing hut sfclcnots and emaciation. J.ook at that soul the thion?. On eaith tho ttnudlrirl'nfor4 w a llfo long iu valid. Hce her sU-- now, i ml bear hxr voice now, Caleb, If on can, ino breath of that i elestlal nlr. Health in I II lbs pulses haalth of vision; bealttinf No racking i ill It.; Immortal health. rough, no sharp pleurllo, no consuming fevers, no exhausting pnln, no hospitals of woundod men. Health swinging in the nlr; health flowing In nil the streams; health blooming on tho banks. No headaches, no sidcaclic. no backache. That child who die In the ngonles of croup, hear ber voico now ringing in the inthum. That old man that went bowed down with the infirmities of age, see him walk now wilh the step of an immortal athlete for ever young again. TMt night when lha nccdlo woman falntcdaway In tho harp-string1 1 rnteulAted, I ilrst that wo can In thl world get no idea of the Lualth of lloiven. When ou wero a child, and yott w?nt nut In the morning, how you bounded nlonj tho road garret Heaven, John tries to doiori! them, lie says: "The tuolvo gate aio twelve prls," and that "Iho foundations of tho vails nro garnished with all manner of precious stones," As wo stand looking through the telescope, of Kt. John wo seo ablate of amethyst, and pearl, and emerald, and suidonyx, and chrysoprasu, and ssppblre, a mountain of light, a cataract of color, a ica of glass and a city llko the sun. John bids us look again, and we see tbroues; throne of thn prophets, throno of tho pfttriAichs, thione of tho angels, thrones of tho apostlei, throne nf the martyrs, throno of Jesus thronn of Ood, And wo turn round to see Iho glory, nnd It Is thrones! throned thrones! looli again, nnd we see John bids tho groat proccstlou of tho icdeumcd passing: Jems, on a white horse, leads tho march, and ill the armies of Ucaveu M ear hath not heard it." remark, furthor, that wo can, In thl world, got no Jmt idea of tho splendors cf a vravo of Iho hcavcnltnlr resuscitated her forever. Kor everlasting years to havo nelthor ncho, nor pain, nor weakness, nor fatigue. "Ere hath not seen It, remark further, we can get no Idea on of tho of Heaven. If J on have ever li?en iirro the sea and met a friend, or even nu erquilntanre in somo strnngo city, you ri'incmlior haw vo'.tr blood thrilled, nn! how glad oa were to see him. What will bfl our Joy after wo have passed tho ea of death, to meet In tho bright city of the nun those from whom wo have long been separated, After wo lesTi- nrsr f rv,m fir 1 Mnrt ten or 1ll?l ra?M sn I rTho hair seo how different) they look has luruol, and wrinkle havo como In their face, nml wo say: 'How you havo changed!" Hut oh, whnr wo stand boforo tho throno nil care gone "from the faro, nil mnrk of sorrow dhnppearod, nnd fooling tho joy of tint tlcsod land, mothink we will say to each other, with an exultation we ran tot now Imagino "How you have ehaiifPd!" In thl world wo only . meet to par' It I gooJ-by- . Farewell loatlng In tho nlr. tVo hear it at the rail ar window nnd at tho stonm-bo. Children lisp It wharf and old sge answer It. Sometimes we nnd snv it in n lUht way "good-byo;with anguish In which tho soiiiPtim'' l Ah! that soul breaks down, I tho trord that ond the Thnnkglving banquet; that I tho worl that come in , to cloe tbo Christmas chant. good-lirHut not so In Heaven. Wo comes in tbo air, welcomes nt the gates, welcomes nt I lin house of many mansions but no goodbye. That group I constantly being augmented. There oro going up from our circle of earth to join it llttlo voices to join tho anthem little hands to tako hold In the great homo circle little feet to dance in tho eternal glco llttlo crowns to be cast down beforo the feet of a Our friends arc In two group group this side of tho river, am, a group on the other sldo of tho river. Now there goc one from thl to that, and (mother from thi tothnt, and soon wo will nil be gone over. How rainy of your love?, ones bavo already entered upon that blesed place. If I should tako pnp:r and pencil, do you think I could put them all down I Ab, my frienls, tho waves of Jurdnn onr so hoarsely we can not hear tho joy on tho other side whon that group is augmented. It Is grave here, and colli and bearsea here A llttlo child's mother had died nt 1 they comforted her. They said: "Yonr gono to Heaven don't mother ha day cry;" nnd t o they next went to the , graveyard and they laid the body of tho mother down Into the ground; and the little girl cnmo tip to the vergo of the grave, nnd, looking down at th Inxly of her mot Iit, said t "Is thi 7u,u. bo iJltfc wliut HCmm. Oh, Heaven Is. It I the grave hcre-- lt Is darkness here but thero Is merryma",-In- g jondor. Mcthlnks when a soul arrives somo angel take it around to show it tho wonders of tint blessed place. Tlio usher angel says to tho newly arrived: "These aro the martyrs that perished at Piedmont ; tbeic wers torn to pieces at tho Inquisition; this is the throno of the great Jehovah; this is Jesus." "I am going to seo Jous," said a dying boy; 'lam going to s?e Jcsu."3Thc missionary said! "You aro auro you will himl" "Oh! yos; that's what I want to go to Heaven for." "Hut,"ai.l tho missionary, "supposo Jcsu should go atray from Hoaven what thonl" "I should follow Him," said tho dying boy. "Hut If Jesus whatthci,!" TV d,,hi went d..;vr. tn boy thought for u moment nnd then said: Is there can be no "Where Jesn belli" Oh I to stand In Hi pre i.e.! That will be Heaven! Oh! to put our hand In that band which wa wounded for us on the cross to go around amid the group of the redeemed, nnd shake hands with tho prophets, and apostle, and martyr, and with our own dear, tt ved ones! That will bo tho great reunion, we can not Imagino It now, our loved ones seem ao far nwny. When wo are in trouble and lonesome, they don't stem to wee to us. Wo 0 ou tho banks of tbo Jordan to them, but they don't and call aero seem to benr. AVo sny "Is it Well with I It well with the loved tho child! ones!" nnd we listen tn hear If any voice come back over lha waters. None' "They are Unbelief nonel Bajsi they are annihi ated, dead, and but, blessed be Ood, tve hare a isitla that tells us different. Wo open Hand wo find they nro neither dead or annihilated that they novcr wcroo much alive a now that they nro only walling for our coming, and that w hhall join thorn on tho other side of tlio river. Oh, glorious reunion I AVo ran not grasp It row "Kye hath not so?n, nor cur hoard, neither have entered into tho heart of man the thing which Uod hath prepared for them that love him." On, what n pluco of explanation it will lie' I see, every day, profound mysteries of Providence. 1'heie Is no ijuestlou wo alc oftcner than Why! There aro bundreiNof Hill that grate In Ureeuwood aud llosplt.tla Tor tlio ncod to bo explained, blind und lame, asylums for tho idiotic and insane, almboutns for tho destitute, und a world of pain nnd mlsfortitno Ihatde-aasmore than human solutfen, .Ah! Ood will clear it all up. In tho light that pours from the throne, no dark mystery can live. Thing now utterly Inscrutable will bo Illumined a plainly a though tho unswor were written en tho Jni.ier wall, or soundel In tho templo antbem. Uartemlu will thank Uod that he was blind; and l.azarti that he was covered with sores; nnd Joseph that bo was cast Into the pit; and Daniel lh.it he was denned with lions; nnd Tuul wa humpbacked; ami David that ho was driven from Jerusalem; an1 that Invalid that for twenty years he could not lift his head from tho pillow, and that widow that alio bad such haid work lo earn hi cad for her children. The bong will bo all tho grander for and earth's weeping eyes, aching heads, and exhausted hands, and scourged backs, nnd martyred ngoulei. Hut we ran get no Idea of that anthem here. AVo appreciate tho powor of secular music, but do no apprcciato tho power of sacred song! Tbero li iioth-lomote Inspiriting to mo than a whole rongrogation lifted ou tbo wave of holy ineloJy. o When we sing of those dear old psalms and tunes tbry iouoo all tho memories ot the past. Why wrae of them wore cradlo song In cur father's bouo. They arj all sparkling with the morning dew of a thousand Chrutiau Kabhaths. They weio sung by brothers and sisters gono now" by voices that were aged and broken In tlio musicolee none the les sweet became they il.d tiembli aud biealf. When I bear Ihoso old vougt sung, it seem a if all fhu old rouutiy mtrtlng homes joined hi yllio chorus, nnd city church, und saiiorV bethel and western cabins, until tho whoo continent lilts tho doxology and the iceiiters ot eternity I it." earth bn -- !t good-byo- good-bye- " (lool-byo- Oood-bve- Jeu. si-- !..-- !! d jj - Ul FARM AND FIRSSIDE. MENTAL HYQIfNE. time In the music. Away then with your starveling tunes thatchllt tho dovotl 3ns ot Avnlit Half of Keep hog iiwsy from tholr fowl tin .Srnon IVople Can the sanctuary, and mako tho pooplo sit Their HunTerlne;, I marching ou to vic- except nt menl limes. Glvo only what silent when Jesus If j oti.ire sick or ailing, don't detory. AVhen tloncral como back from thoy will cat tip clean. pend loo much ou Ihu medicine you wars, don't wo cheer them and victorious It you want poached oggi to look lake or Iho lemcilles jounpply to effect shout, "Huna, hurral" nnd when Jesus passe nlong In the conquost of tho earth, particularly nice, cook each egg In a a euro. Tonic mul nllorntlvt. nro of shall wo not havo for hlin ono loud, ring- mtillln rliiR placed in thn bottom ot n great ue, but attention to tho rules ot ing checrl saucepan of boiling water. physical, hjgleno, mental as well All hail I lie poner of Jesnt' name I Chicken nnd Rice: Two cup of will make tliem much more clllcno'oti. Let antrcl prostrate fall, cold boiled rice, ono cup ot cold chicken in thtt hrst place, don't plvo tip too I'rlns; forth the loyal diadem, choppod lino, one cup of ctilekon broth, haw courngo exett your willi.J rrown him Lord of all power, ilou't In ood over your nche Hut, my friends, If mulo on earth is so a.ilt nnd pepper; boll fivo minute, stirswoct, what will It Iwln Heaven! Tlioy ring nil tho while. Motion Dutljel. and I'tin' "I'd symptoms, but try to nil know tho tuno thero. All tho bost forget tliem; and tho chance ato you Poultry-raisin- g n biistncs.s that age will Join It choirs singers of nil tho especially suitable for women, Thoy will forget them so thoroughly that of whito robed children, choirs of patriwill attend to tho numerous small when vou do by chance remember thorn archs, choirs ot apostle. Morning star clapping their cymbal. Harpers with detail which aro ncroMury, whllo but you will wouuer wihto moy are. ti thoir harp, tlre.it anthem ot Ood, roll tow men Kro willing to glvo tho tlinn the wort come, and jou tit'ist give up, out roll n! olhor omplrot joining tha that U requisite. St. Louis Republithen do o gracefully and thoroughly, harmony until tho thrones nre nil full, can. keep hopeful, nnd o order all pet tabl, aud tho nation nil snvnd. Anthem shall to Mitir mind n well a your body, Old newspaper Is an excellent thing ing touch anthem, chorus Join chorus, and all that tho bet result may bo obtained 1)0 to keep n slovo clean. Whenever anytho sweet sounds ot earth and Heaven the remedies uod. poured into iho ear of Christ. David of thing la by acchleut spilled Bver upon from Half n' tlio iilVuriiif of nervous poo- tho harp will bo there, (labrlol of the tho slovo, take a bit of paper nnd ro- lintf 1ilff sil III rt (tit ..1.. .snttisstt trumpet will lie thero. Ocrmnny, redeem- move It quickly; t.e a llttlo mora paper , , ImonU t IC i,,,.,,.!,.,,,,, voico Into tho ed, will pour Its deep ba o rub tho stovo bright and then burn , , song, and Africa will add to the music N10 of I tho paper. with her matc'.iles voice. ten, all .I...I- - symptom would diap I wish we could anticipate that song. If hives becotno daubed tip with if they would pay stilct attention wo might propoltt. lift out the frames, place them pear wish tn our cloltnj hymn dirt, have it light nml ntitii-tloicatch nn echo that slips from the gates. Iu a new hlvo, and clean up tho old to their and atold stimulant of all kinds Who knows but that when tho henvonty Thi facilitate one. handling, and to let somo soul through doer open ouii tea and eolTo; bathe dnlly,ti'.ng thero may rouio forth the strain of tho hives should got a going over at h'n-- t Mition with a brush or towel; take jubllaiit voices until wo catch III Oh, thai nuco a year; aud thei.tlmc to do this Is pl.'iilt of outdoor oxerclsp, whether a tho song drops duwn from Heaven, it In the cummer when bee can lo tin weather bo plcnsant or not; and might meet half way a song coming up handled. tiy to forget tliclr nero In pleasant from earth. A slight leak In tho roof of tho railing or pleasant roinp.iny not They rlso for the doxology, all tho company, for that would only the blest I Let us rlso with them; stable mnynotcauso much dnmnge, but nnd so nt thl hour the joy of tbo church it will allow a certain amount of water Irrllato or in congenial work: and if on earth and tlio joys ot tho church In to reach tho floor, thereby rcndorinMsjo'rk they must, sti.l It bo not con- llenvcn will nungio with their rlinlioes, tho stable damp, in cold weather dry goul.il. then let them mako thn best of and tho dark apparel or out" morning wilt ii'XR promote warmth, while nothing It under the circumstance and do it seem to whiten Inlo tho spo'less raiment conduce so much to lung disease a "by God's law," thoroughly nml ot the skies. Ood grant that through tho and thoy will ha rich mercy of our Lord Jcsu Christ wo Macaroons: Hickory-nu- t macaroons to Und how- - Iho stmshluo will may nil get there. arc very easy to make. Two cnpfith even scent brighter, Ihe icy v'u.l les of hickory-nu- t meats; beat them lino la cold, thn noNo lei liritatlng, and their METHODICAL WORK. r. mortar and add two cup of sugar, f i binds so much plen.intr, when in nn Important Fuelar In rrrteranr four tablrpoonful ot flour and threo reality it Is all in thomnclvcj they AcIiUtImr- - hiiece, In I.ITf. icws of life, In any line ot bos ne, the man who uses ogg. Mix well together and bako on nre only taking brighter paper. Put only a little and not causelessly Irritating themreisonablo economy ant has the ability to a circfa.'r management and the perse vorance ot the mixtutc iu each place. Qooi selves and others n round them. to hold on, will. In a great majority of Chttr. MonMy. eves, make a success; while, on the other Tho Angora goat seem to bo raised hand, tho one who rushes Into whatever he Cancer In England. has undertaken with a spasmodic cndeivor in great perfection in Texa. Wn hae to win all at once, as a general rule wastes seen a skin o( tho most beautiful Tho general climate of Kuglaml is his energies and often falls fur sheer want from Ihe ranch of the Mejr. fnvorablo to tlio development of canof perseverance. The editor has oliorved that tbe man who starts In to do a da)' Arnold, in Uvaldo Count y. Tho hair cer. Out of otery million deaths from work, and attempts to do as much In one U brilliantly whito and very long and all cause. lhoo from cancer number hour as ought to be done In two, will usualsilky. Thoy also posse the art down about .lO.tXXl. Tills proportion I only ly find It necessary In a short time to tako there of dressing thee hi in in a manexceeded by phthisis, old ago, conw hlle he Is resting will lose a rest, nnd vulsions, bronchitis, pneumonia and ttmo wh'.ch he evlJcntly feels thit be lier to mako them as useful tor rug a Next to consumption, they aro agreeable tolook at. Chicago 'debility." ought to rnako tip, ndgtng from ths spascancer is tlio most fatal of all tho conmodic rfforts he will make when he starts Stw. In to wotk sgsln. Id lit, at night, tho man Uroad Pudding: One quart ot stitutional disease; nnd It has leen who works steady, but perseverlngly, w 11 steadily gaining giotind for tuoro than accomplished the most, grated broad crumb, one quart milk, bo found to have Tlio deaths from can while usually he will also be found tn a yelks of four egg, well beaten, butter twenty tears. much better condit'on to commence again size of an egg. ono cup of sugar, two cer per million of person living wero in 1802. 301; in 1872. 131. In lSvSl, o'.l); tbo next day. teaspoons Inking powder and two Ono will seem to So it I In business. extract of lemun; mix nil well in ia32t J32; in 1883. 5t6; in 1MU. 560; hustle eronnd and make a considerable o in 18S.'), .'fiti; and aro now iio.o upon over what he is doing, and after wasting together and bako; lent Iho whiles o( Amlon Stamtanl. tho eg?s with a cupof jxiwdcred sugar, 600. his energies In accomplishing whit, by taking a llttlo more time, could bo dono with flavor with one traspoonful oxtrart ot Tho four- - ear-ol- d daughter of a v 'ry little effort, and then, because, as he leniou or orange, cover tho pudding Iloston up druggist has already thinks, he falls to meet the saccrss he with It and bake until browned a little. Imagines hs fhonld, becomes discouraged some of the words belonging to her Boston Budget. and ti rcsdy to make a change to somefather's business, a tho following thing else. Tills, in a majority of cases, Fig Pudding: Threo quaiter of a shows: Thi little ml had piepared proves a loss, and, in ronequf ace, he does the line: not succeed ns tbo eneigy ho displays pound of grated broad, half pound of to rreitw in Sabbatli-ilnw- l ounce of Miet, ix ounce of "Search the Scripture." When tlio wonld seem to warrant. Another man. figs, f cupful ot milk, teacher asked for her oio, howorr, while be iniy not make a great display of brown tii;r ono his entrgics at the start, w.ll go to work and grate in a little nutmeg, she hc'ilntcd, then bravely uttered tho more systematic, and will havo better op- rimp tlio lig and snot together; then won!: "Hunt for the ptTpriplions." portans cs toeconom re, and in many case Oottlcn Days. to manure better thin when he attempts to nil tho bread, sugar, milk, nml latlv. . rush mitters. If be will but observe, he ono egg well beaten. Hull tho mixture d will be lendy to take advantigo of any fain mold for four hours; it is to "It can not be otherwise," ho vorable circumstances thit miy artsa It bo oaten with the swoet since. Methohoarsely, "you inut Ik mine. always rem that the man who Is conIon ami I could Hot avoid it if wo stantly slitting about is always miking a dist Magntiiif. change at the wrong time, whon a little Tho greatest difficulty with wheat would, nnd let ti! thank tho fates (hat Mi- ill bv lnvo nrvrm.-- woM liv Iroijht Mm I.l i ItlUt. ittlOUM iiul pl.Vlut ?il tbroughall right. In all lines of business gril, keeping much stock. A ptrt ot all You could never havo been another there ari fluctuat'oat nps and downs, and man's wife. There N a destiny hangin order o succeed wo must persevere. It other grains grown on tlio farm i used " i nto tho manure ing oyer you Is when he odds seem f gainst us that tt at homo, nnd thus goes ho gasped, convul"O. George,1' seems th iroit Important to persevere. pile nnd is returned to the soil. ProbaInduitrU fiaiet: h of tho grass crops ex- sively." "brush it away, pleac do.'' bly m cept near tho cities, i now consumed Mcrchwt Trav Ur AN INTERESTING FACT. on tho farm wh.ro it I grown. The XI oman's Work. aud wheat hflong to the same i:nect nf the Vibration nf Tetecrnpli gr.i-Thero is no rnd lo thn tasks which dally Wires on Wild Animal. family of plants, nnd iu a goncral way confront tho good housewife. To bo n sucrequisite is tho Borne Interesting facts hare been brought moit farmers know that timothy is cessful heuseltocpcr, can a first woman contrud How good health. ont In a paper by M. C Xlelson, of Chriswhen sold ofl against tho trials and worries of housekeeptiana, on the impression proluccd upon especially cxbautivo thoso distress animals by the rcsonanre. of the vibration from the farm. . Hut thl constitutes so ing If sho bo suffering from nnu wrainrsv-Ing Irregularities, of te'egraph wires. It It found that tbo small a proportion of tho hay grown peculiar to her sex auinrni Plerco s Favorite I Vr black and green woodp;ckere, for oximple, ns Prescription is a speclfla for theso disthat few rcatizo iU exhaustively drugwhich hunt for Insects tn the bark and in remedy, sold Tbo a they do that nf growing and selling order.under a only tiro gunruuteo by from tho tho heart of decying trees, often peck Ingists, psi Hatis faction guarntitecst Chicwjo Tune. wheat. manufacturers side ths circular hole made transverslv In ovory cae, or money trimmed. Bro through telegraph post, generally mar the printed guarantee on bottle wrapper. top The phenomenon Is attributed to tbe ASHES AS FERTILIZER. Jrecnaneo producoJ In tho post by tbe vi slid the "Ill trava me some bration of tbo wire, wu:ca tbe bird mis- The Crop lo Whose Vm Titer Are Mure tramp of tbo farmer; "be Jjbbcd me with a takes as the result of the operation ot Kprclllj- Ailsplril. pitchfork. ltriJU worms and inccta In tho Interior of thn Thoie f.imlllc who depend upon t Every oue knows the fonduess ot THE MARKETS. bears for honey It has been noticed that wood for a supply of fuel, mako more In mountslnous districts they seem to misor les aslie according to tho amount cisf imsati, Jan. S. take the vibratory sound of the telegraph of fuel consumed. I n oi These Wing s .. Oiolce wires for tbo grat.'ful humming ot be, ft 4 IS vegetable origin nro supposed to con4 tn IIOUS t'cminon T and, rushing tn the pot, look about for ths Con.) . . . W (t 5 shows, tlioc 8ltKEl'-4Jo- Packers hive. Not ."sdlng it on the post, they tain, as their hiiahsi 4 od to choice 4T ft a 10 4 Si scatter tlio stones at It.' which help important mineral elements that euter KMIUK-t'snift ao lly S 40 it to support It, and, dlsappo'ntrd in their into the composition of tho various J ted .... . tn ft to tillAIN Wnral-K- o. search, give tbe post k parting pat crop. No, J red Thoy nre especially ilch in .... 01 ft h; with their paw, tbna thawing their .. ii. U t'orn No t mlied potash, ono of thn most important eleSI ft 311 Oats- - Nn n.UeJ . determination at lea-- t to kill any bees that ltje-N- o.t w W ft of some crop. Whllo the might lo about it Indlsputab'e trices ot ments HAY Tlmoll.y No I .... I10 ill ftnm 'J vaIii" of ashes i well line bcarj about prostrate posts and scattered TOIIACTO- - Medium Leaf (Inod I.eat tonrs prove that this reslly happens. n (li eit n In somo cases, in other it I not 13 Ui 'rtf IK'S Mesa, With rrgsrd to wolves, tlo, M. Melscu properly recognized, nnd they do not PltOYIHIoKR-l'o- rk i nn ft 7 ttt'i staUs tint when a tote was i'ked at tbo H ft IM thai llivlr vnluo IIUTTKIt Choli-e dairy o.'Miiy lint prniuln-nllinu for tha rirst great telegraph lines, n a ft St iTtme to I'tioice ursniery 4 51 ft 1 IH ATIi.KK I'nino member ot the H'orthlng said that although domnnds. lfrTATOKK- - rerliarrcl.jirlme.. in a n his dtstr ct had no direct Interest Iu the Different section of country place a NKW YOltIC linn proposed, he would g.ve his vote In Its different estimate upon ashes ns regards KtaOtUt- favor, because he knew tho llnea would their desirability. Whore held in the lillAI.V-- W Slate sml Western- -. 3 II ft s w heat-N- o. t ttilcoso. 'li ft V"i drive tbo wolvet from the districts through No. ircil. ft w Cum No. mUrtl... . which I hey passed. It Is well known that highest esteem thoy nro used In largo It ft HS J, ft . 40 to keep oft the ravages ot hungry wolves In quantities. In Fairllold nnd New Lon POWC--NIS W Mms ll ll wlutcr the farmers in Norway set up poles don counties in the State ot ConnectiX IO I.A 111) Wettirn. steam ft tonnco'--l together by a line or rope, undor cut, they nro quite extensively used CI1ICAHO. which tbe wolves would not dare to pniw, f'!)l.'lt Wisconsin winter 3M ft irn No. n d "And tt U a fact," M. h'eilsen states, "that and nre brought in from Canada by the (IIIAIN-Wli:No 1 Ohlear ;rinjf . !il oi n.ora yoari ago, telegraph car load. Thero aro pasture in Fairub!u, .. 4i',B W'i Cum No. si., linen were carried over the mount linn and field Coiinly that produced ory llttlo OjtsNo. ft ;M' along the valleys, tha wohes totally l", it, nn feed, aud that of an Inferior quality, IOItK-Msin . " nnd a specimen is now a rarity." that by tho mo of ashes alono have ', r 73 are II.M.Tl.MOltK. Whether tbe twoclrcumstanici . ronuectmt, M. Nlelseu doe uot venture to boen brought up to n slate in which f'fjOtllt n a eAi ft H7S there was a vigorous growth of clover GRAIN Wheal No t .,.. soy. InUrior. Vorn Mlsed ft ni,u and valuable grasses. This condition I Oils Ml ted V ft 111 , POItK-M- ei fttC lias been secured oven upon hillside THE POWER OF EXAMPLE. 4 l.'Sft 4 H) where tho soil seemed to bo gravelly CATTI.K tint quality Tbe Moral Ussrlng- - of Inillrl.lnat Acts on CM ft J and hardly lilted to maintain plant life. IIOOB.... Ilia I'ntilln .Mliul. INDIANAPOLIS. Wo ore rndlctsly changing. No one is ah. It must bo left for science to deterred ...... ft Silt tolutcly the same as he was jotter-da6 6ll i'.irn Mixed mine what the entire action of ashes Is What wa did yesterday or last year u LOUIS VI f.I,E bfcoines, therefore, in some decree, ns nn. upon a soil of the character indicated 3 73 ft 3 91 other's act; so that we may look bank upon to work such rcmarkablo results. The FLOIIIt A No. I No. 1 red ft HI ourselves objectively, as wo would look application must lie mado upon a dry, OHAIN Wheat l t While fow upon anotbsr. , sandy or gravelly holl to scctiro tlio Oats Mixed ft 31 POHK-M- cm persons fall to consider the power of their most marked result. ft III II) LAUD Steam. ft 9 111 example upon others, they do not often Willie nshos nro adapted lo ufo for consider their pow.-- r of example upon They fall to realize that a most crop, they prodttro gieater rethemselves. thing done even In secret may have become sults iu some case than in others. MU3TAN0 a veritable example for good or evil to They aro of vnluo to tho corn cjnp and LINIMENT livery set sots an Imago be. themselves. I classed as belongfore the mind, which In time loses more or though tlio potato ing to potash plants, wo havo never deless ot IU Identity with the doer, and so becomes an examplo to tbe doer himself, rived satisfactory results from tho uso apart from the thought of who did It Let of ushe. The most noticeable r (Tect us not think that because others have not seen us act, or heard us think, eur secret seem to follow their application upon r.cts and thoughts have therefore no moral grass and mowing lauds. bearing upon tbe world through tho power With tills vlow we havo applied ashes of their example on us, and through us upon to mowing lauds and observed results A', H, Tlm-others. until wo fcul o.inlidont that upon reasonably dry surfaces thoy will cause a Weakness ami Fulllss, Hven the greatest and the wisest man has greatly Increased growtli of tlio prinhis weaknesses and bis follies. The exhibit cipal grasses, and seem to exert a peof these w eaknesscs and follies ought not to culiar iiilliiuneo in iiultici tig tlio growtli discredit his ability and worth; nor yet ot both rod nml white clover whei o nono ought It to put those weaknesses and follies existed hefoic. Lain last spilngan apIn a more attractive light before his adinlr-erlib Is great or wiio In spite of these de. plication was made to mowing lurid fee!., not b'caiise of Ihem. In looking at that had bocomu considerably reduced; any man as an examplo In hi sphere, it is tlio o fleet was felt Imt llttlo when thn therefore Important to distinguish between llrstciop was cut, but later thero was bis good po ills which tiro w or (by of Imlta. tlon, und LI defects which ought to be a beautiful growth of red clover wlieiu none nppiiaiol before. Tlieiu Is llttlo avoided i. S Tinm. doubt but th it fni'imid hud better It Is tmpotslblo to uuiitally or socially nslies for tiu upon mowing Imids MU8TAKQ u II bin leading ptople. The prinUntil to purchase oomiiiereli;l fcitillzcr. ciples of the lliblo am the groundwork of LINIMENT Vhriitian at Work. human freedom. Ihraci OmUu. v cail, 1 1 ,,,,, ,, 1 to-d- ig .i.t.i... well-grcae- d Van-ores- l't le -i to-d- pl.-ke- DRINKINU WATERI A I'nlsersal Kpldrmla Caused. How II May II AoIiImI. Typhoid fover rages ovorywherel Wherever cities aro dependent upon rivers or streams for their drinking wator, tho fever rages violently. Throughout the ntiro Houthn-es- t and Northwest tho wells are low) tho water Is of very poor quality; and hero also tho fovor rages. Tho authorities of Albany, New York, Chicago, Cincinnati, Ht, Louis, Iiillmlolphla and ottior largo cities nro warning tha ieo-pl- o not tn drink tbo water without Urst boiling It to kill tbo malarial and typhoid germs. Hurely winter ot malaria and typhoid will 111 prepnro our jxvplo to encounter a summer ot cholera. Cholera and typhoid nnd malarial fevers can nil bo prevcutod by simple rules of life, and thoso rules should bo studio! by overy one The3 diseases are aymptcras of n lorr stato o( tho system, produced by the vitiated blood. TliW hlool is mado Impure because ot the impurlUes in tno drinking water, these impurities bclnifdcadly oisnns which iaralys thanervo action of tho kidneys and liver. Whon thoso blood.purlfying organs nro then tho natural wastoof theUsly - tho urio aiid accumulates In tho blood, and fever can uot bo prevented until this excess of urlo cld has lieeii rvmovnl. Tho greatest necessity of cwyday llfo Is s of one's bly Is puro water. mado up of water. If tho water wo drink Is impure, then how an wo hopo to escape disease! conditions' It Is Impossible Tho stopiftob, liver nnd kUlnojs can not purify jwlluted water Homo cautious pooplo resort to tho filter for purifying this water, but even tho filter docs not remove this poison, for water ot tho most deadly character uiay pass through this filter nnd become clear, yet tho pelsou, disguised, Is there. They who uso filters know that thoy must become reucvied at regular periods, for even though they do not take uut ml tha they soon become foul. Now In llko tnanucr thi human kidney octns a Ihter for tho blood, and If they are filled up with luipurllir and becomo font llko tho filter, nil tbo blood In tho system coursing throuchtheui becomes bud, forlt Is now a conceded fact that tho kidney s aro tha rhlef means whereby tho blood Is pur.fled Thoso organs are filled with thousands of halr-llktubes, which drain tho Impunities from tho blood, as tbo sewer pipes drain Impurities from our houses. If n souer plpo break under tbo house, tho sew ago escapee Into tbo earth and flits tho house with poisouou gas; so If any of tho thousand and ono llttlo hair llko sewer tubes of tho kidneys break down, tho entire body I affected by thla awful poison. It Is a scientific fact that tho kidneys havo few nerves of sensation , and, consequently, diseasa may exist In these organs for a long tlmo and m.I J N;e.Vif by tho Individual It Is Impossible to filter or tako tho death out of tho blood when tho least derangement exists in theso organs, and If the blood Is not Altered then tho urlo acid or kldury poison, removablo only by Warner s safe euro, accumulates In Ihe system aud attacks any organ, producing ulno out of tea gas and ImwI drobv ailments, Just a age produce o many fata!, disorders. bo known to exist It Kidney disease may litrartnn ttfn thero Is any iHari-'brallh without apparent known cause, and it should bo understood py all that tho greatest peril exists and Js Intensified If there Is Iho least neglect to treat It promptly with that great specific Varner's safe cure, a remedv that has received the highest recognition" by scientific men, who ha o thoroughly Investigated tho character ot kidney derangements Ths liver, when derange,!, Ih.mImWk announces tho fact by sallow skin, cocstt-pnte- d bowolsooaliM tonguo and heudarhes; but tho kidney when dlseasc.1 struggles on for a long time, and tha fact of Its disease ran only l discovered by tho aid of tho or by tho physician who Is skillful enough to trace the m.ist Indirect effects in tho system to tbo derangement ot these organs as tho prime cause. DEADLY Two-thirdf orM-Ma- of all the l'lorco's Pleasant IMrgntive l'ellets are a preventive and cure of these disorder. They aro prompt, sure and effective, pleasant to take, and oslUvcly harmless. Tn ronate'felbw. no matter where he dam well lodged. At least, It Is Cos. Is seInst wherever he la lit his had believed - I'wton Courier. quarters A tullahln Altimnao fur lSSS, Webster Unabridged Iilctlonary lays an aimsnao Is "A book or tnblo conthat taining a calendar of days, wnoks am! months, W which astronomical data and various statl'tios are often added, surh ns tho tlmo of tho rising and setting of tho sun and moon, changes ot tho moon, eclipses, hours of full tide, slated festivals of churches, weather probabilities etc " All this and more too will no fuund In tha lieu Franklin Atmunno Issued by the Chicago, Milwaukee & Kl Hcutl sir rents. In postage Paul ltallH-jto A. V. H Carpenter. Uenrrul Passenger Accut. W iwaukee. Wis, and an nlmanua forlwSW' bo forwanle.1 toyour address. Slovxt lust now Is like many men who hay It- - rlrso.- A(tK?. A (lenaral TU-tl- p of puhllo conveyance tn a for, hours, during a largo cltf Pniployes, means n general strtko of IhJ paralysing ot trade and Industry for tho time being, sod Is attended with an enormous agitregata loss to tho community. How much more serious to tho Individual of his system, known as Is tho general tlo-uconstipation and due to tho strike o f tho roost organs for morn prudent treatImportant ment and better care. If toolnnir ueghvt-o- d, atorpi'lor sluggish liver will produco serious fornis of kidney and liver diseases, malarial troublo ami enrouio dyspepsia. Dr. ''fa wans IIIM IMIOTO. tw f HiS'fL.j TlievfiiernliteLens-fmto-r of mnnxiiul, Intent in III giVs! works, Is known a here. iv.i Ms; him Ill fninlllir f.iceniu! a Irnde mark, and ths) form have gowl lie lias done Is llhlslmlctl Iu the rolloiy-lu- g Co., druggists, Uell, (leorge C Osgoo.1 IhiisSs, Ko 133 Mas., wrote ".Mr M ixiily st , desires lo recommend 8t. Jaenlil Oil In any nlllntr.1 with rlieuinallsm, anil tally lo say that Orrln Uobln.son, ileslrn of (IrantUlle, Mm., a lioy of 12 years, rum walking to his houv) iunii.tr upon rruUhcs, hli left leg liavlng leen lient at the knee for over tiu montlis and eouM not le IhmiI lek. lie could not walk tiism it. Mr IHillW '?l s"'(l HI 4senU fill III thelioiKcatidraxe It In him to rub on hli knee. In six da) lie had no ue for hi crmeiies aim went nomn wen wuuom iiuin, ndlehabeeuwet'.stiieent Jneol" till nirM liliii." In July. 1H7, inquiry was made oi me the eondllion of lo avs-rtali- i Messrs the little irlpple, whlrli brought Ihn followl)well. Mas July V, ItwT ing resiiiMi The sKir rrlppla on i rub Ik. Orrln ISoMii Oil In 1SKI, ha son, mnsl by rt Jai-ob- s inaneloui lii'lanre Jan. 17, ltw.1, es fli cff 0psl curnl The yuulig man hiv lsli wotk rrrv day al manual l)r (leorge I 0gct.l, M I) " No other remedy ran make the same showing. snd Intsir, Is now at ro CE-SGfrE- The Coinlnj Cuuel. It Is fancied by a grateful pntrou that the next comet will sptiear In tho form ofahugo bolU., having "Ooldrn Medhiil IllMWcry" THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY trr-!rvllTllr.n ir ! Mrfriirn lnscnSelupou It In bold characters ! hethcr rnrljfrrv nil. ISir ftfrt1itl, l(T (' lll lo stillnsi uud AicA ccnipllmrnt this MiriniVN, I)r 1'icn-- ciur k.i to uut verified, remains will contiuue to seud forth that wonderful vegetable ewnpou nd, and polcnt erudlrator il- i S iio, rtblMwiiy mrth of di for liiixtlnartlgor and Umo In 'he liver and kidneys. In purifying the li ood. and through It cleansing and renewing tho wlioit system. Kor and consumption, or scrofulous hum luug scrofula, in Us early stages, It Is a positivo sptvllh Drugfisls. Jt hs It ii.llelntan! DURANC'S RHEUMATIC REMEDY tvMitl?liorethomtltm H rlU, on II rrttithitist mrh will r. lsstniniif)lr n.trurrtqalrklr at. withom mlnlnff it hi I . irriAciuiujt,AtniJ.-JTWsTaTC- fmr ? 1 re trT ilrtifgUtUntphWt In H. tHl n.4,lHKJH-K. . rl. tHI ullrn tUI dllir. rr the (' (M Tulux Is not much color to g.n a sober tin .' twA ytt It ran BemiM Changes of Weather cause! hroal Disease. Tbero Is no more effoitiul rem rsly for Couch. Colds, etc. than llmm.s es'f In Vy lUoxciiuu Tsovuss. Price M els. by A Ir.sh wsko Is utnslly charaeb-rlse-d VrUic says the II s spree d Uaao !'j" uo afflicted 'h e Thompson s Kye atcr pruggtsts sell II, PAYS A !' JONES I1 Tun Uisii, t 4 FREICales. ,m 14rIHs.l Kilt ci", Jjt Is If Slslstsllll, tllMUt.i.MTO.-..N- . POO. fTll.(rHMM M, riit, tn r. 1,1 Ir lr i WEAK, NERVOUS PEOPLE Tub srirl with at th lomst figure lhlshst llt bat "i. reckoned rrisirtt it ADWAY' S .!.!. I.WI. iK.Usllr t',lMk(t " r,T4 r.ntlt; ,l l.tklxniVJ iisn. trlwslssr,.iiHM4i I ss. l 01 tst 3tl VfiWfii Av-- It HSSBSH j1 M a. na hMSbll i If lh lliM.III . III ! fff, rir tInn". l.f IS ! ! iitnsit S lm ,Mtn DR.W J.HORUE, st lwl lsitur,Jtuu!isMlfs. I si lunill ts'UBS wJwt. WUJ rlW WU ssssv3sjssssssrjia The Great Liver and Stomach Remedy t iheutmstrh iJtrr Tor lhrrnf all Afcr4r II Her( Nrfiwit I)w?si ( vt Apiwiur vvii it niriR ttno cr th liovtrit, lltltAutn, mnl lnlrnl !? IM. (.njss'lrtrr-iti- r aiiiiii ttnittmenvrr mtnvral urlr ?smihWi. ni!s"Eii lie Ifr t. n 11 '. nmnic iu1r slfbsll than vthrvAeisnss silvshlss nf Itlttbersfi re to lHilnr n riTniti. studenl.. faen. uerhsnl's ir I i I h fieri, A racMlf si ie , hflsftt make ts.l t. m par rs if lbs stMirthsml t lhf ,r.il .i.w.1. ,st b ItiM, !.' tae 1.' a l.lll. iief .IU ,i sir ION w llll Drl'r--- t ri'.KI'K ril.-l4j- l twt f Ukinn Kt-Pi' Mr nl t mi MICK II Kill if 111 - l'ftrcia I fM-- Hf ivrb It UI M Pd tiV that I IOUnr ln fprUtttorl in poti rimtf I'rtsrsr, .1fsfSfH ti - M 1? iM 4rratl krtilrlMiln rtsrilT V, Si. IIIVIMIMt. ' fl.i.f .1n ITAN l.lrmIll' ipsir Mw tons. 4 I lilt, ul MKTIinlMI m r.ln3 Iam, elry l. isr hloltKsrn ttt prii.totrl rompUtni. '! rii.tt-J- nraf Ifpia )tibilurorit.r h MtsMMr vhsil A PR. HAlMVlVi lltIrftrrrArihi I'mts.ch "t w truth l th TI? nd vntiUls Ilia (r n t Ihvtn 1b .tk Tbinn .prttf.F i DYSPEPSIA. nsr- fUnllr ffH ft Hr. A.r Miuir 1 In f uij (n rroln-Irtsits4m- , fww7 tiirl In t M ' frv m m mut-tore- piece nr'n nine-tent- And that, too, in tho shape of lh heart-""'?-- r cil hcsLiT -- t? ot eatlngflf indigestion, In ita chrotili' form, .... Im It. lt, !,., II hna VnilhMr if ft... can you long exjicct immunity from bilious, ness and constipation. Its pleasing colleagues, tho hideous trio vielng each wilh each to render vtvtt llfo nin miserable. Oct Hostetter s Htoraach Hitters at onco Insist upon the genuino la glass and uso It with rulional perlslene. shop pie thst often furnishes the that passelh naderstsndlng. Alt Cjfiiirfili Nuthlnx- Allhmil lis hi Ins, It .'s the "li'.'',; ni i , lf! sVW?V'VsV. Is A h kioig jibf lvtr b hisi m tlh. if h pr ttM IH f aitif n iimtt tsnr1 In !.' in tills. t4fsj ' Wr Crtk. tA I tf, It tM Wr jvmt nif fsl fttwl liftr wtu Ifspvpti-slUvfllont a. prj riirn ran.a .' r iais t P flM iniUb 100 nr?f 'rnnriT rirt,la lUlla. s.,ara II. (.'L.11 wsi l..l'S l It idnllmsilsar yirT. ksiirfirr. torfiI Mo .ri himbQU r,f lHMniM",ll.lllTirnn.,,iRfl,lrllni.k.a. r.ltammi aataa Mrtr (i1i nl..f !"" Mnrm.W AIK OM Mi m lb t V inlU"II hvj Ihtt nipns "" k- -. ivn.ipi,.. .. fur Itf (. t Mwta rnriij t tH nmttyr mt a tij tvl)rtsM. Ilrlrr rrt'Mtiwii M4 Jttm Ijlf I aw srrrrr, wiihw iifyj TM.f ' 0, NtftH ).. Ely's Cream latm hf( lrH rH" UAUC"'1, 1 Msuir Ik if m ir4 r iHrji nA ohterT tir1iHi I rrsrninsf iil w t. i.A:tv ufttia, ft&ntCfu:.T4imt. rnrrf ImIi lf 4ssK In onr rfnnlni. Twi - KirHAftfi 'wirT K IV fml1 Urvi,l ( .J (V fj ot l.J imtv-- I a Miv, IH Mim , a tu n4lliNs.rji it l'iii'rtlr iar W 4 rna .t l " . t V " If rUl4l't,'akrilunitrrti.au;I na j )ps IsiSlSsAt Am,.- - y. ikosV tbis.nwt y Tlmrts-TsJw1- MEMORY Aftf !!. tijsjj h-- 1 3 tit liur Um rf rtiic -- ' ' S!00 to S300 'rrJ wilts Vr Atiim to iVrVN,TiJ Kr-friiu I I W-t- i (svt A t&iii-3t.iR- A ii.J-Blti,- X Vi M nr I I cm V. W. fllvr fr rtlr COLD InHKAI). a 1 1 I f VJ Mis. I TXlrtT t HU tfHIPlUs'-ts. ti-- PU rh liknt th , it it s Ir you wonld secure a fresi share of life seek the fresh sir. "ru l7 Ir you want to bo cured ot a ceugh, uo Halo's Honey of Horehound and Tar Piko's Toothacho Orcps Cure is cso rsissts. .(( signal service olUeera lniRi Is a great deal of blow shout th Ssmtdes rerth l.0 $5 TO Jfl DAY, iinei!(ti., j,is. ank Mi" rtxtirwi it rj aPva yj.rni' y C'lCATARRH. War.;otn Not a liquid er Sautl. Aprif'u,m,n,,"'fhno,,r"" ra irs-icks- is &0ft,fAltiSTtt Jtun Xy.Hll art ,cin -- I tt t1,S nrt I! 1. t. r HAMILTON'S -- PIUS. r llot Vt lltinuliM ntnssml RnUP WCII . BUIIC laCSUrrnm town. frlml L I !K rilKUK Al WullKN. Vort. I's )tir wfm& -fvmmS&yMJ V4'irj "S tr sl M.I, Ilut ii miiiiisu m ar nan AiitritTiarNs riJtssic inIW Is lass A4rtlnat - nnnDRirTnn. Ml HV"57fC? 2H3Ei3ra W.1 S 1 LfTlF f. XS, r LIVnSTOCK-Cottlc-Comm- onll HuL-her- ... .1 tu ifwm ' j For a caie of Catarrh In iho Head which thoy yI ! oIre cannot euro. ngti-cultur- al ... . oKi,aaJt&ilr-Jsu- LseJ cZ!'? s or THU eKQ4sU (.rfTtrcar, a5a.a1K vVs'Nr 111 "- -- . -- " AfT.!? e -- -- irhrrl :s:.; Oats-Ml- teil est- 4 - d'sap-peere- es I.AItP-.Hte- I.AUD-llen- nnl OHAIN-Wheat- -No X y. Oats-Ml- sed ... Corn-Mi- xed r'ght-mlnde- d ... mn0.1lll falllnir from tha nbslmrtlon of llw nasal iAAnfi. bead Into tho I brunt, sometime profuse, wstrry, and srrkl. st others, thick, trnarinus, mucous, purulent, tilooly snl putrid I tho ryes aro weak ; thrro Is rlnsln In tho car, ttafnras, liatklnK the cr coushlnr to seat throat, upcctorallon of Isoffmilrt. matfrom ulcers j tlio voico ter, loirctlivr with rlurvr.1 snd la offrnslrc: smell suit Inst" has a ''nasal twsng;": tho Impalrnl; them Is a sensation of dlumrwi, with tnunUI deprr. and rrnrrnl doMHty. (Inly a few of th Sinn, a bsckln aliorr.named symptoms art iist-- . ii,wlt hi any one caar. Thoiisands of case annually, without manlfcstlnt half of lha (Mis symptoms, romlt In consumption. huS fa. In lie, No illseass Is to common, mors deivptlre and danarrous, less iinderstoo.1, or more unsucomfully treated hy tihy!-'-.'If you would romorn sn rrll, UrO.r !n( lis nf Common Sense root. A i" iwlUKlna; or nul catarrh U, In tha majority of rases, soma weakness. Impurity, or otherwise fsulty Treatment. stlrmptleg M condition nf th sjstem, In euro tho itlscaao our thltf aim must tsi of this directed to the rfnrn! flat rnuse. Th mor-- ," odious disease, and ro treat sucorssfully thounniKU hi ckS annually at tho Invalids' Hotel ami Kurplcal Institutes tho morn do worrsllia tha Importiner of romblnlnr Hh thfl use of loenl. eootlilnir sn.t neaiiuir nnpumtion, a tnorowon una jwrvuicni iur. and tonlo incdlclnia. nal usa of In curlnr catarrh and all the various dlacsseji with GHIFF which It la so lre,iiently complicated, us throat, n,t Inn. illlMlil W.M Ir afiiniaell. IU. Lmnnhlal Impure Riiiisinc tarrhal ilcnfness. weak or Inflamed ryi. nunurr. uooa, seroruious sna sypniutia taints, uio (ul noners and virtue nf Ilr IVrun's (1 olden sled. MSKAMV-Didl, CATARRH IN THE HEAD. htry hradsrhc. clr tin-at- euh t, --. in. leal Discovery cannot ho loo strongly extolled, it ha a specific upon Hi llnlnu nitioniis memlininc M in nssai ami other of Ihdr folllrhaaml the natural urn-lioRlsnils, Ihcreliy Miflenlnir th dieeaissl ami (lilrkir.nl It to IU nntursl, thin, ilrllcnlr, tnolat. hrallhycon. ami As Ihn illrap It Is unsiirpajwrl. OH loll. As a WixHl-inirllwhich compllrala rstanh are dlsrawn of IIhi lining murous mi why this tuixtlclu or of tho Mood, It will ndlly tsi I so writ calculatnl lo euro them. roinli. Ass local application for henhna llrmrdyistsyond In the lxii'1. Local tloneociipsrlvm Iir. ts-s- t prrflrnl Inn ir In ruled. tho all It Is mild snd pleasant to use. prodiirinir no f martins; 16ENT. or ln, and contalnliur no ainuur, Irrltntlns-- , or raus. fl.ftlriiir. or otlMvr isilann. This lunirtlr la a ttowrr. tul anUnirlic and ipivdlir dnuxiyi all tad :mcU which r.cccr-.mus au.ruuiK Hiva. vuriiuiv iu ifnkS o many r rsa ul ( liorn who suni-- inim inu uwsso. Tti nolJeii Miilk-a-l Discovery Is tho natural "helpmsto" of llr. Hmrt's Catarrh lleincly. It PEftMANENT puriui-- , reirulatra, ami Imllila not only rli up the ostein lo a healthy ttamlanl, mt conCosts. quers throat, tironchlal, snd I no it complication. when anv aueli rxlat. Imt. from Its Blselllo Miiiri4, It sld effect upon the IIiiIiim numbrnne of tho nruwl materially In rcslorUis- - the dlseosiil, llilckenl,or iilerralt num. brano Ui a htslily ,onilltlnn, and thus rrad'eatis the dleue, rmdiient. When a cir Is rlfecttd In this manner It l Itoth Dr. llerce's (lolden Miillrsl Discovery and Dr. P(re' ro sold hy druKfi'ls tho world Illscoery Cslrrh 1VJ). Dr. hsfo's Catarrh itruicdy M cental II (11, six tMitllea for 2i(). balfMloseti iKlltll A romplrlo Trentiso on Catarrh, srlvlnsr valuahln hints as to clothing, dirt, and other matters of linporliiiiec, will Isi mailed, post-pai- d to any addreos, on receiptor a Srnt ixfltnK" stamp. Aildrees, World' Dispensary nedlrnl Aaaoelallon, No. Main Htrist, llurrau), N. V. efTe iirdipil an', oir. ta W SS. X" II Con or MEXICAN .. Vljra JSri vJ xi IKiTATlVF ort li r ' sfesa .a'ASs&VVV " Ow t s- - Si e V oo o ? o o o S -- Size or pcucrs. i. a. tew TU'Lmd rJriir?l i l)r. I'lerco's IVIkt opciuU without dlsturhauco to tht ojstriii, illit or oecupatlnii. l"ut up In visas .Ua, iKniii'tltally staled. AIwhvs fnsh and rulla-lil- 7 r The original ITTLE LIVER PILLS. Z PURELY VZOETABLE I PERFECTLY HARMLESS! A a LIVI'H I'lLl, lliey are L'ne qualrd t auouiiious iironuies. BMALMCST, OKBAPXBT, BAHICBT TO TAKE, flewsmof Imitation, which contain I'olsonotis Mineral. Always ask for i ins, jr. im. a rriieia. wiiiou nrii nine or rs,bks;i uri nuKiir.t-.mui- nr.iNo ihihi:i.v' vi.oi:tabi.i:, ill ess 'I Sold by Druggists, as Cent a Vial. I nlllon Ileaitaehe. Tllralneaa. fTnnatlnallnn. indlarallon, Hlllou Attacks, and sll Ueraniro nf thn mriits Ileved SICK HEADACHE, stninsOi and Uiwils, am promptly re. rmancntly cured hy tho uso of In tiplsnstlon of their reminllal miwer liter irreat a varlelv fit ill .ba 11 tuav truthfully t said that their action upon llw system li universal, not a (UuJ or tissiiu cscapliiif their sanative Intluince. Usssrsrtsrsd by WOBIPi nisMKSlKI MIUCiL iKKOfUTIU", I'lf ree nnd 1'elleu. ao u Ir. pur-vli.'is- o MEXIGAN IurKullvet As a rfunllo laxullve, ultrintlvr, or actlvu they glvo the most perfect sal Uf action. nUM'A.X.O. I. IT. U mE!l, U IT aiaro