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Ntatntu and DtiiatAi GALE BILLS, kl GKOnGE WAHnEN, Editor. Tho Oldost Newspaper jn Westorn KonJucky, 1850, Frlro of Stiliscrlplloiu Sl.fiO. CURRENT TOPICS. Murouiii hiii little debt of 117,000,000. ENVELOPES. LETTER HEADS, BILL HEADS. INVITATIOfO, ETC., ETC. HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY. DECEMBER 7, TALMAGE'S SEKM0N. Qospol FraffrnncoFrom tho Kingly there these aloes grow, what Is tbe color the flower, what Is the particular ap Parance of the herb. Suffice It tor you tad me to know that aloes mean bitter sets the world over, and when Christ twae with garments bearingtbatpartlcu ur odor, they suggest to me the bitter-Ki- ts of a Bavtour's suffering. Were there (rer such nlgbta as Jesus lived through tights on the mountains, nights on the , nights In tho desert? Who ever Ud such a hard reception as Jesus had? hostelry the first, an unjust trlat i h oyer and terminer another, a foul southed, yelling mob tbe last Was there Alpaca on His tack as wide as your two Ugers where He was not whipped? Was tire a space on His brow an Inch square Here ha wa not cntnf tha brlnraT When tVsplke struck at the Instep did It not go through to tneholjowgf tbe foetr lgeTpT091, pilgrimage. Aloe I VOL. aglY.-N- O, TARIFF 9. BILLS. Call Axica. Mmm Tim II nsv. T, DeWitt Talraage, D. D., preached tributean eloquent sermon In the Brooklyn Tab sum war ernscle, last Funday, on "Tbe Fragrance -htlMtimn "Z7uii of tbe Gospel," taking for his text: "Ail JMT eras ow. thy garments smell of myrrh, and aloes, .. Ivory palaces. and canto, out of the Chi sAOQBWnOO tHM?,0QT '" Gli A SOUTHERN VIEW. I'talmsxIrVa He.aldt en1 7,B000 (kMCOOO I Among the grand adornments of tbe city Me 2,UI,0U0 Hwijo Governor Gordon Makes a fttrone and A Laxsimi of Paris Is tbe Church of Notre Damo,wltb W (Midi.) woman hat th 1'atrlotle Inanguratton Speech. yo;."ransoras4vrina-:tla;fae.fjar;,me- v Its great towers end elaborated rose win-ryawnl that Ktbau Allen cairlod at raBSga kXS GovcrBbr Jefen BAGortl HTjm dows and sculpturing of theMaat-JuJJ- b plucked from tho burning. Oh I the Ivory t'l ir Cp in mi 4&r.i4nnA 74i.Wl Us . ! f U r tmot-iAovtbota;iiliilm.sr-altoent, with Ihtt trumpeting angela and tbe itoi Ciffsrr, toweoy t bat palaces! Atlanta, (la., the other day. After re0,17,010 0,17.000 7.107.OO0 ii y tuo rising dead; Its battlements of quarter-foi- l, Johneaned his bead on Christ, hut who uvviueu upwi j,tiSMfmmi.mi It seems to me as If the windows 'trade before Ke Iwcarne a Htatevi fit nun n 111 w Is Provli'eas 12,X,000 S,iCC,0X ferring to tho continued growth of ottlclali, but It pro la Lie tiat pro Its sacristy, with ribbed ceilings and am banker. nrtt lean onr nve thousand men of those palaces were Illuminated for some Wines, IlqvorsJ will bo Instituted t A CtmicwroruhT 7, 08 1,000 8,054,000 7,641,000 Georgia und tho South under Dem statues of saints. Uuttherowas nothing fed l tbeBavlour; who fed Jesus? The great victory, and I look and see climbing ans lawver are ceedlngs revoke the articles In thoHuprome or) t Inmrpnra noted fur loiinr Idrlr mtim.r li.u'ti.iut Court lo In all that building which more vividly sympaViy of n Havtour's heart going out tbo stairs of ivory and walking on floors of Manufacture! ... 1J,081,000 12,314,000 11,80.1,000 ocratlo rulo, and tho harmony between . cotton. heM by certain organlsstlon lion d doctors? appealed to my plain republlcAn tastes to theleper and the adulteress, but who Ivory, and looking from the windows of KUx. hemp audi Ihorncoi, ho satdi to be Identified with the KHKHjo,Cal., pacl4 $U0,000 worth of than tho costly vestments which la'.d In sootbeutchrlst? Denied both cradle and Ivory, some whom we knew and loved on YtooX and wool 9,409,000 8.&A0U0 4,431,000 The respooslb Illy of the States for tbe chardeath-U- l, Among tbete will be what art k'Ownas He had a fit place neither to b acter of the Federal Administration Is greater raliin (hit teaion. That's n crop worth oaken presses robes that had been Yes, I know them. There are en. earth. s3,ew.ooo 4a,3S8,M xaoQl,om than the average voter la prone to admit, and the Knight of Honeity, In Adatut County, ruJs'.n. with gold, and been worn by born nol to die. A poor bate I A poor father and mother, not eighty-twyears Silk and silk goods 13,010,000 . 13,340,003 the responsibility of each individual State, bko and the Hon of Liberty and Jut Ice, lu Popes and Archbishops on great occasions. lad I A Jpor young man I Not so much at nnd sorenty-nln- e Isaac Y. Nctt, of Milton, Mn,ha years, as when they left Ileoka, papers, 1540,000 that of tbo Individual citizen, la la proportion Ilrown County. j There was a robe that had been worn by a taper cheer his dying hours. Even us, but blithe and young as when on their 1,1 43.000 1,520 000 1,142.000 lo It promloeaee and approach to lealershlp. left jO,XV to the tow ri for the Maintenance ,,, 14.2M.0U0 i3,ic:.ooi ia,aja.nt) Georgia could not, therefore, it she would, rid the the cam; of the sun snuffed out Oh, marriage day. And there are brothers Hundrie Htkihkivii i.r, O., Doc. of a icbool. BURSTING DAM Plus VII, at the crowning of tbo first are abroad lu JtfTerson Mid.lmly aloes? All ourslns, sorrows. and sisters, merrier than when we usod to There was also a vestment that was it no1 MnxAirr Oildkht, of Krl County, hat Wblte-Cap- s All prerlous comparisons have bocn faeraelf of the grave reDoaslbtIltr which atHood m Mine Workmen for bereavei)! nts losses And all tbe agonies romp across taches Uen renturrtl for the filthy condition of County hat become a settled f Ct Your tbe meadows together. Ihe for tho fWalyear 1887; tho abovo is achieved to the position so which she has Trn llniira Mitnd In M'nter Cp to Their had been worn at the baptism of Napoleon and which is freely accorded II. As our guide opened tbe oaken presses of earthland hell picked up as lu cough gone. cvrroiiKudent gets from a relb Ma source the IlutTato Jail. The cancer cured. The for the fiscal year 1W4 Tho total her as one of tbe conspicuous States of the Cbln. '1 iik expuMon that an organltatlon has been rfovtel over. revenue from imports last year was American Union. I will not undertalto to Hu.ntinotov, Da., Dec. 2. -- Tbe mines of and brought out thoe vestmenta of fabu one cluier and squeezed Into ono erysipelas healed. The heart-breaof Jew frnm Hutsla con cup, n mil that pressed to His lips un- Ob, how fair they are In the Ivory palact," iscently the Hock Hill Co-i- Company at Hobertt-dallouft cost, and lifted them up, the frapredict the policy that wilt be pursued finue, nuiuUrsof them being driven out under the "Hone-thie- f $211,113,000. Tho importations being the South when the triumphant partytoward patted by the IgUlature of thla htate, to shall of Ode weekly. 'And your dear little children tMi county, became flootled this grance of the pungent aromatlcs tn which til tbe AId, nauseating, bitter draught aces hare gathered into lta bands alt the powprevent, and put down trim a. .Not of the morning oon after the miners had entered they had been preserved flllod tbe place was swalkwed with a distorted counte- that went out from you Christ did tho eamc, it would havo been f Hatti, the "gem of the Antilles," would under tho Scnato Tribute bill ers ot tbe leirUIaUve and executive de1 a pretty Jewel to danglo from Uncle luemtfers are from this cltft M enough upon their work. There were one hundred with a sweetness that was almost nance ami a shudder from head to foot not let one of tbem drop as he lifted partments of the Government. None of the aro from the country to keep ai eye on end fifty men In the mines attho time, and oppressive. Nothing that bad been and a gubllng strangulation. Aloes t them. anV watchebatn. He did not wrench one ol and $160,6S2, 000 under tho House Re- rociproc.il rights of ber people can justly be evil-dooutitdeof the city and report to the rushing water swept them before It to done In stone more vividly impressed me Aloes N ofilng but aloes. All this for them from you No. They went ai from form bill, Tho internal rovenuo col- abridged by any changes la the Federal AdminTiik Km per or of Japan devote a deal of the further ends of the mines, where they than Ihe.e things that had been done In Himself? Al this to get tbe fame in tho one they loved too well to One whom they lected was f 121,823,000. Under the istration, lath's connection my sense of oblilt time In plpeimoklng, and It fundof the club tliote neoillng attention. -ligation to this confiding and patriotic people were Imprisoned for ten hours in water clotb, and embroidery, ami perfume. Hut world cf bfng a martyr? All this In a loved better. If I should tAke your little Senate bill it would havo been iltlilnjf ami duck.. Looting. compels me to declare uiy profound conv.ction 1 opou the draw or of this text, nnd FIFTIETH CONGRESS. spirit of stulbornnesa, because be did not child and press Its soft face against my reaching to their chin, Tbelr escape from WlLllAM Lyon n!ed teretitr-flre.rand under the Houso bill that no overwhelming or crushing calamity of Christ, and like Cresar?lNo! No! All this because rough cheek, 1 might keep tt a little while; th month of tbe mines was cut off by tbo 1 look upon the kingly ml Danhur), (Vmi., wm married to Mitt .Sfroud Srtalon. Tho additions of tho Senate will or cai befall ihim. toI can not b- -l ere thate as I lift them, flashing with eternal jewels, He wanted toVduck you and me from hell. but when you, tho mother, came along, It alienation and strife is Cyiftta Ketcher, a girl of flftwrw be the lasting WsHniortW, Dec a Beiatk. Tde sonata incoming tide, which had burst a dam from our unhappy war, notwithstanding tbe whole house Is filled w Ith the aroma of Because Ho wltitod to raise you and me to would struggle to go with you. And so bill to the list would have caused a reHi MonKti that Kecretary llayard Intendt AflT above the mines, sweeping evsry thing be u rsn-Ci- t to order at It o'clock pnrcr by thipUtn Duller, a few rnenvDiere ore it The olume of water thus sud these garments, which "smell of myrrh, Heaven, Hecsise we were lost nnd He you stood holding your dying child when duction of $5,705,000; those of tho the melancholy fact that some ot the leaders to practice law in I'hlladelphlaafter beba of the succesitul party, with great abilities snd out of the Ivory pal- wanted uv fould. Because we were blind Jesus passed by In tbe room, and the little Houso bill, fl9,880.000. pent in greener smonjr the Senator, an I ttwn lenly liberated covered an area of forty and aloea, and cat-lUndoned hi Cabinet portfolio. la high places, seek year by year to estrange and He wnntil us to seo. Because we one sprang out to greet Him. That Is all. Senator hbermsn olTtrcd the uiusIitk 'uiion arres to a depth of five feet Through aces." It will bo scon upon examining tho tbo sections and embroil the races. I do nol HliiXH Hahoakii wear a queer velret that the Srrelary notify thn llmir Uat Km In my text the King steps forth. His were serfs andtle wanted us manumitted Into table that tho Houso bill makes re- believe that tho return of the Republican party the current of water was turned Your Christian dead did not go down mat, cut kt. Hi behind, which gives bit tall, Senate ready to procecil tobu.rrt" The pomp and power and glory overmaster Oh, ye In wbosl cup of life the saccharine tbe dust and tbe grave and tbe mud. ductions in overy echedulo except to power in this era of prosperity and peace from the mines, and after ten hours of iniak figure n culUr appearance. rewrfutlon nat ado)trik as wa aUouteoT-rTlireemmander-In-chtrtense suffering the ImprUoned miners were tbe spectntor More brilliant Is be than has predominated: oh, ye who have bad Though It rained all that funeral day, and cigars nnd tobacco, wines und liquors means, or can mean, the enactment of farce f of the Itrltlib by Senator Morrill, for the spilutpcrt uf u bills and the enslavement or the Stales. In Queen Vashtl, moving amid tho Persian bright and sparkling levcroges. how do tbe water came up to the wheel's hub as army, the Hule of Cambridge, bat committee tn notify the rresidrnt that t" tea-at- iiiwmtrd. The company's lots Is very politAmertc an Republic Princes; than Marie Antoinette on the day you feet tow aril Him who In your stead, you drove out to tbe cemetery, It made no and silks. Tho Scuato bill reduces this party proposes but and the reigningpeople great ready to recrUe aoy roraDiunlral or thai hit (UtyfWst yrar of service. ical tho sotcrelgo when lxuls AVI. put upon her the neck- and to purchase JourdWInthrallment, took difference to them, for they stepped from tho totals only In tho chemical, glass, disposes. Fasslons may cry aloud for Federal bcir.iy l.avotohinke. At II 47 a rrcc e a ImkI Tils IhwUyti, N, Y., Uard of educa-lmotnl, sugar, cigar, flax and sundries Intervention in the affairs of States, but the lace of eight hundred diamond limn the aloea, Ih 4nvory ( tb bitter ihe homo here io the home thore, right Inhave decided that tho girls In the until l.TU, Tlie I'rktdenl niikeV ta- - thn SENSATIONAL DEVELOPMENT . n Anne Boleyn the day when Henry VIII. aloes? iciiNiie man t taught to tew. to the Ivory palace. All Is well with schedulcH. and increases tho totals omnipotent flat of the lofty patriotism which I'wli'iv In tbfi ('baltHiinoxH llolH Horror Mil, sways the heart ot American people wilt Your third curiosity Is to know why them. All Is well. It Is not a deed under each of tho other seven schedwelcomed her to his palace; all !eauty Tiik eeple cf Hu Paul ate getting ready occupied one hour and twenty inlnutov After surely condemn lb If there be one prlne pie of H"m Uho sw tlit lliitun I'tred. and all Kmp fcrgotten, while wo stand In thewe garments of Christ are odorous with weight that you lift when you carry ules. Tho most marked and character-Istl- o government doarer than all fortbe coming Ice Carnival, which It to unliniurlaiil Lutine, the beaate al tmed CiiATTANoooA, Tbxn, Dec 2. The off- the presence of this Imperial glory, King cassia. Ibis was a plant other to Amerito morrow. that grew In a Christian out. Jesus makes the bed diftcrenccs are In tho metals, can freedom It la the Independence, equality rllpe all previous effort In that direc- until It o'clockpre rtely 11 o deck the (ill f tie icers dlecoveroJ another link In the of Zion, King of l'ot'M -- At Karth, King of Heaven, India And the adjoining Islands. You do up soft with velvet promise-And fro'dora of the States. Th l the central and He sugar and wool schedulo. tion. sillied the tumult In the ball, salt enre line of evidence which Is being worked up In tho thought the keyfaith; ft Klmaii W. lULronn, who It to be Presl-dereigned wmic Mr Miitmrn, Hie lh,lfl of- to how that the European Hotel fire will King forvr! Ills garment not worn notcaroto hear what kind of a Iflower it says: 'Put her down here very gently. metals schedule tho Senate bill makes stone- In of oar political constitution, la and vbea the arch ot the out, not enough Put that head, which will never aXae but radiant, and had or what kind of a stalk. It fered pra)rr Tho roll of memlicrs snhrn develop one of the moit monstrous ! llarrlton't prlvale secretary, a a reduction of only $10),000 in tho hatlsdc ; y 1 th doem of the constttuttoa printer by trade and JournalUt by prufes-iJm- i, calteil, which dte!opcd the iireseooV ' W0 crime ever enacted In Tennesiee, Jeweled, and redolent It seems as If they for me to tell you that It was used again, on this pillow of hallelujahs. Benu oieU When the indep In that land and tn that age, up word that the procession Is coming. total, while tho Mills bill makes a re- aad freedom mut haro been pressed a hundred yoars members ly n tolutlon the Senste aid )Ye. From and equality ot tbe States aro siru:k the beginning It has been whero they knew but little about phar amid tho Sowers of lUavrii. Tho wardwaireawf to held Hlng the bells. Hlngt Open your gates duction ot over $7,600,000. In tho down the Ucpablic falls. that Jonx .MnvTooMritT Waiiii. the gnat Uect was r.rttftfd Hut the Hocae rrce when all the fact can-l- a proverb O, no, the strangulation was used to arrest many Aflrf a they must have the Stales hort1op of the New York champions, hour the with totito t annual meSKt w- - an are know, heOdea tbe crime of robbery, it robe from whichbeen sweet with txwii macy, of disease, 80 yo ivory palocesl" And so your loveu wool schedule tho Senate bill makes eral Intervention will neverofbe toleratedby Fedby the rrrMibnt's forms when In my text we ones are there. They are Just as certainly un Increase ol f4, 700,000 In tho total, clusters will 10 proven that the person robbed was taken must have ha been eotd to the U'aihlngton club for American people. What possible excuse could read When uta Li thereittiii. nas of camphire, and frankincense, and all find Christ coming with garments that JIVW. tbero, having died In Christ, as that you while tho Houso bill makes n reduction be given for interference by tho general Governmurdered, and th holol net on fire to covcompeted. Mr Mil'seflered aresolutum. tilth manner of precious wool. Do you not In- iraell of cassia, it suggests to me tho heal)n rhlladelphla the obi riuetIon of tellare here. There Is only one thing more of nearly $18,700,000. On tho other ment tn the affairs ot Georgia that would sot Detective Frank nasartredte referrm tho meiupe t the er up the crime. ing wheat, iotatoe. etcM by the hundred committee of tke whule and pro ' ( f r its Fapenlan found three witnese who taw hale the odors? Ay, ay They smell of ing and curatlvo power of the Bon of God. they want Indeed, there Is one thing In hand, In tho sugar schedule tho Son-at- o also justify interference with any Slate la the myrrh, and aloes, And cassia out of the Ob," you say, "now you have a superfluUnion! What evil exists here that does not loundt, Inttradof by tho butbel, ft twrg printing Aitnarcea Heaven they have not got They want It the hotel set on fire, and tbootllcer are bill makes a reduction of $29, exist etsewhero and which Is so full of danger ous Idea. We are not sick. Why do we Ivory palace. ruvlted. looking for additional testimony. What Is It? Your compauy. But, oh, my 300,000, while tho House bill makes a that to correct tt the fundamental laws must They Your first curiosity Is to know why the want cassia? We are athletic. Our brother, unless you change Ctllfflated Cipentct for IbBy-OTiik tenth reniut cot every man, wohave come to the conclusion that there are be Ignored and Statehood Imperiled! lean ("plratIon Is perfect. Our limbs ore can not reach that harbor. your tack you reduction ofoply about $9,800,000. man and child In the country ten cent. nol doubt that there are men la high places You mlcht as Wahiiixotox, Dec A The SwreUrT of several lersons mixed up In tbe matter. roles of Christ are odorous with myrrh. d This was a Abyssinian litbLnndIn tbesocool days.vra feslw iveUJtaxe tbe UaWraopT and Ohio railroad,"1 ftf rTticsevotiUvfeiW.HXo general whosomlsiudgments ot the Bouthsra people Tlwy prcbWy the Treasury tat subsrttts l,C..s-- s their moneys worCi, m nrrru on ieen madN plant. It Was trlfolfated. The Greek? w!u boundllke the to differ, expecting In that direction to reach arfroTenicrtwtWoen tho two bills. Tho or whose sectional bias would lesd them to tbs' fiow ever. estimates of appropriations lequlel for Hgypt'an, Homani and Jews bought and mf brother, from yon. None of you can be Toronto, as to go on in the way some of dtitlos on uietals nnd woolens are high- threshold of revolutionary and destructive A MTTLC girl In I)e Kalli County, 0a., Three Mei Cut to Piecet by Cars. the (!oeruniint service for theffscat year Jeg station. In the light of public sentiment as sold It at a high price. The first present berer In physical health than I nn and rejolcee tn tbename of Hutan Julia Mellna ending June 3), IW. They (gfiegate To speak more correctJohxstowv, Da, Dec At Ulustrztcd by tho ccrdUl rcusUs at tc: Summer that was ever given to Christ was a sprig yet I must say we are all sick. I have you are going and yet expect to reach the ly protective llarlaHarannahSpbla Kliiabeth Udy. JWS 4m7,I which ls3,0,X,il(i. tt in the HUI, U.t night, at 12 o'clock, Harry Dnul of myrrh, thrown on His infantile bed In tai'a the diagnosis of your case, and hare Ivory palaces. Your loved ones are look- ly they are am Inly for tribute. They armies at Gettysburg and elsewhere, with the cause of sectlonsl strife dead aad JlugTuwer. ing out of the windows of Heaven now, eitlmatet forlvO, and ).1Vb,Mlbioie than and two other young men named Orr nn 1 Bethlehem, and 000,000 a year from tho discord rapidly dying, with peacs the tlageriag all the best authorities on the aud yet you seem to turn your back upon tako about and prosperthe!at gift that Christ A nrrK.HT traveler In Labrador It the appropriations for the current Ilicnl Dattersou were walkinghomeon thel'enn-sy- h people for thq use of tho Government. ity brightening and encoring alike both Southover had was myrrh pressed into tbe cup sutject, and I have come now to tell you for the tatcm?nt that there exlitt year. Iheeitlmatea are as follow 1 Keg ia railroad, w ben n freight train com-ln- g of His crucifixion. Tbo natives would that you nre full of wounds and bruises them. Yo do not seem to know tbe sound They tako at least four time- - as much, ern and Northern homes, with the tic of sothrro a watrrfall Itmt of their voices a well as you uned to, or xecu iS,ast. west ran oer them. Ibe tint Intimacial Intercourse multiplying and strengthening, Vs..r. iUliv "talliihment, $1A-Vwltake n tone nnd bruise the tree, and then an putrofylng sores which have nol been to be moved by J'allt In eeeral way. the sight of their dear faces or $232,000,(00, from tho poople to en- with Northern products In the hand ot tno rtallishment, idtctal tion of the accident was given when sevit would exude a gum that would saturate bo.ad up or mollified with ointment. The Call louder, ye departed ones; call loudei rich manufacturers und to sink in un- ern consumers and Northern money la South bouth-erA woman (Mr lboadway) ha the eatnbllihmrnt, foreign Inter JlAOfO, eral engine tame to Conemaugh with bonds, railroads, mills and mines, with course, 51 07,ffA, military eatablbhnient, biood on the machinery, when a telegram all the ground bonesth. This gum was marasmus of ln is on us the palsy, the from the Ivory palaces. When I think 01 profitable enterprises. Under the Sen of all the bill letting done In CM used for purpose of merchandise, Ono drrpsy, the leprosy. The man that Is at both rago. Hhe covert 2,1110,000 iipiare feet of 29(,37J, naval establUbment, AIW,-It- t, was sent loan engineer coming down the that place, and think of my entering It, I ato bill the would tako about $&, stake,material interests aad political liberty by bow can we doubt thai condemnation ng piece of It 110 larger thou a chestnut, on Fulton street the I feel as sometimes when I 000,000 from tho peoplo for the use of the great conservative masses of our Northern foel bill toardi oich week. Indian alTalrs, $A,4?Mt0, mountain to keep a sharp lookout The would whelm a whoteroom with odors. It homeopathic doctors having have awkward; and been exposed to the weather, and my tho Govcrnnont, and a good TwrTY"dNK countlei In Mltiourl rafte $N1,7A8,700, public works, I'Jl.CM.lV potat three Itodle wertt subsequently found, was put lu closets. deal moro rountrrmen woula cause even lbt most lncon- ghm him up, and his friends now standInchests, in SACOO bale! of cotton. The averagayleld service, M,&3,4I4, mlscellaueout, iKUl, horribly mutilated. The three men lived In rooms, and Its jerfume adhereddrawers, ing around to take his last words Is no shoes have Leen be mired, and my coat is than four tines as much, or probably constderate of leaders lo turn from the brink almost of such a precipice? Take courage, then, In tbe soiled, and ray hair Is disheveled, and I wi acre la enbl to l larger than that of 5s"; permanent annual appropriations, on Hummer Hill, and worked In tbo coal Interminably to anything that was any mo s certainly dying as to his body than stop In front of some fine residence where not loss than $2G0,G00,O0O, for tribute. thought that our Interest is their interest, out SlOisGDl.Ooo, total, $32.1,407, 4 V any Htate In the I'uion. mines. prosperity, our State freedom prosperity wnere near it. unon in my text I read you and I are dying unless w e have taken I have an errand. I feel not tit to go in as Oa tho other hand, the duties on sugnr their State tbelr Tiik bachelor ma) oi elect of New Ycrk freedom, and that, whatever be the thatChrts.'H garments smell "of myrrh, I the medicine from (Jod's apothecary. All I 01 Interest to Refugees. The Oklahoma Rill, am and sit among polished guests. Bo aro mostly for revenue. Thoy tako for demands of partisan leaders, the day has long nn elegant retidene, bat Jmt purchtd Immediately conclude the leaves from Bible are only so some of us feel about Heaven. since passed when the American people can We need tho use of tho Government about wbtcb he will occupy. Now let him And a Jackronvim.k, Fi.a., Dec 2. At a meet- ness of Jesus. 1 know tho exquisite sweet-Is msny prescriptionsthis Waiiiixoto'c, Dec 3. -- Mr. Springer will from the Divine Phy that to many Ho contemplate tbe destruction ing of the board of health last night It was mar or rut to pretide over lb or nearly tho samo as tho calmly by destroying tbo equality of the of this make un etlort to call up the nly like any historical person; another sir an, written, not In Latin, like the pre to be washed we need to be rehabilitate' States w e go decided to raise the quarantine December John Howard; another philanthropic the Ivory palaces. Eter duties on metals and wool and wool- Un oa Tiik young men who do the ball toning Oklahoma bilk It Is said he was very de ptlcns of earthly phklclan, but writ- before let Intosurges that compose lb We owe It to ourselves and sfi of the country have been Informed by the slrous that Tresldent Cleveland should 12. This will enabe Dr. Torter to comthe of Thy pardoning ens, and not moro than of to our children; we owe It to both races whose Oberlln; another Confucius; n grand sub- ten In pin n K gltsh, so that a man, nal God, mercy roll over us! I want not only to that sum, or $5,700,000, for tribute. Interests are linked by im mutable decree to a lsengue power thtt J2..VX) li to be the mention the measuro In bis meag' and plete tho work of fumigating the city ject for a painting: a heroic theme for a though a fool, need not err therein. Thank proper The work in the suburbs can to urged lion the Kxecutlve, but i; tnixlimuu talnry after (bit. but, like The Senate bill proposes to ruliuvu thu common destiny: we owe it to each and all of a lautlful form for a statue; but Gei that the Bavlour's garments smell of w ash my bands and my our sister Stalest we owe it to the vital princiJay Ooui.d l vnld to have ngeJ more In fully. 1 he bill Is the special order for Fri- completed after the refugees return. Now to those who hive heard His voice, and cam a. some skilled diver, standing on the ples of our free institutions, to renew our vowi who leaps Into tho waves and comei pooplo of a rovenuo burden of nppearanco in the lat year than In I In day, but Mr ripriugtfi wants to get It out cases of fever continue to crop out In the felt His pardon, nnd received Ills benodtc Suppose that a man were sick and there of ndollty and of unfaltering support of a and a tribute burden of up at a point from where b preceding ten, Hit one black and cf the war before the direct tar b. fight outlying aettlcmcnU, but the case nre of tion, He I music, and light, and warmth, wis a pblal on his mantle-piecUnion of equal and independent States. with glo-In, so I want to go down and sol li now almoit white. which I now expected to be prec'pltatcd a mild typ. and thrill, nnd eternal fragrance. medicine he knew would cure him, and be went . Tho Houso bill propot-cto reduce want to come up. O, Jesus, wash me In ltosTOX bat talrn the Initiative tow an DRIFT OF OPINION. UKn the House. ttweet as n friend, sticking to you when refused to take It, what would you say of Falsi Row Over Qitllards. the furmalbm of an ntinciation of thoi tho hiirriwix on mntnla nnd all else betray. Lifting you up while othHe Is a suicide. And what do you the waves of Thy salvation. him? What's tho mattorulth (Jroor Cn aklcstcx, V. Va., Dc 2. Last nIKht ers try to push you Good Heatoi lor tisin; Disturb:! And here I ask you to solve a mystery woolens to $32,000,000, nnd tho tribute i.ho favor (ho annexation of the JlrltltL down. Not so much sar of that man who, sick In sin, has the thnt has been oppressing me for thirty burden to $12,O0A00A On sugHrs It Cleveland for 1892? He's alt right. province to the United Ktaten. Kock, Ahk, Dec. 3- - Vwi hat Fete Moit, of Coal Valley, was engaged like morning-glorieUttlk that bloom only hisling medicine of God's grace offered In playing billiards In the Hotel l'erkmi, when tho asked HcvtlUL Love, when arretel In Nim' leen received from Herryvilte ttst Mid tun coming up, nor llko "four him and be refuses to take it? If he die years. I have been It of doctors of divin- proposes to reduce the revonuo burden Chicago UcraUU ity who have studying theology for York the other day. were working adelphla purtle-- t have laid claim ndr an at llliiton, when Arthur Hawk, one of the oclocks," that bloom only when the sun Is he is n suicide. The election of tho representato ti6, 100,000, uud the tribute burden i. sxptAli m tbry uid Kiniil to HfVOO ucie vt laud proprietor, hit Mm with & UliUrd rua. going down, but like myrrh, porpetually People talk as though God took a man hull a century, aud they have given roe no to $i,GiO,OJ0. Tho difference may bo tives of tho high-taparty docs not I have turned over ctuit, lo create a hnuntrd boute ecare. near that town, embracing some of tbe Mont pulled his gun and shot Hawk, who aromatic the same morning, noon and and led him out to darkness nnd death, as satisfactory answer. by nny means settle tho tariff question. nil the bwks ia my library, but got im so- plainly exhibited in tho form of a ALL Ku!t?;e Is saU to l looking for most aluable farms lu that count c Over will din. Moat wa arrested at Coal Valnight yesterday, forever. H though he brought him up to tbe elms and Milwaukee Labor Review ley and taken back to H In ton. I come showing what tho two bills prothe early downfall of the French repub100 iK'nons occupy tbe laud, wlucti Is Vastem as If wo can not wtar Him out. We putbed him elT. Oh, no. When a man Is lution to tbe question, and IScnjarain Harrison, of Indiana, lic, Tho eiTeto monarchlet of the old lued at considerably morn thn put on Him all our burdens, and afillct lost It Is not tocauio God pushes him off; and ask you for an explanation. By what pose to take from tho pooplo undor Vij. North Carolina Official Yolc. -loglo was Christ induced to exchange th crld nppcar to to Impatient fur thU Him with rill our griefs, and set Him fore- - tt is because he Jumps off. In olden time these schedulos for rovenuo and tribute should at onco recall tho fact that his Tbe mattrr is causing tho greatest exciteHai.kiuh, N. C, Dec 2. Theotllclalcan Iv ory palaces of Heav en for the crucifixion distinguished grandfather was woruioht In all our ment. follows; buried at tho a is vnsgies Fowlo (Dem.), for Oovernor, to lift, and to battles, and yet He to ready &cisuicide was were accustomed to throw agonies of earth? I shall take the first as Tiik Ihlgh Valley railroad now ha within sympathise, METALS AND WOOLENS. tho people help, St uat till. lliutt bUL ried to deuth by 14,4W majority, Congressmen elected We have so imposed upon and Tho Track Velocipedes Killed. twelve tralni equipped with telegraphic f 61.00J.0J0 I &,nin.0MO ono month after his inauguration. Him that one st nee upon his grave. Bo It seems to me thousand million years in Heaven to study Itevenue nro: Hktnner tDem.), Cheatham, colored would think In eternal KUUO.OOO LOaoiviiXW Inttrument for trnnimlttlng mettaget rnoviDKNCK, It I., Dec. 3. Thomas (Hep.), McClammy (Dem ), llunn (Dom.), affront He would tbTe may bo In this houso a man who U out that problem. Meanwhile and now, Tribute Cincinnati Enquirer. srriARS. along the nwid while (he tralnt are In Durk, Hlgunl Mght Tender of the Old Col4 iawa quit our soul; and yet jr.sil 0 He addresses deitroylng bis ow n soul, and, as though tho taking as the tenderest and mightiest of all Itoveoue President Cleveland Is a thorItrower lltjw), Kowlaud (Dem.), Hender4 01 ,U J 2,7it, 0J ony railroad, while traveling on a railroad us with the same tenderness, dawu upon angels of God w ere hero to bury him nt tho facts that Christ did come; that Ho cnine Tributo son (Denu), Cow es (Dem.), Kwnit (Hep.) UK w ith the nam oughly honest man, but u poor poli'DcroN" UicitAttbaoN ha gheu with thorns eloclpedo early vestei day monuiir. wn snill, pill, ua with tho p mt whers the reads of life and death with spikes in HI feet; came tn Totals 111.00,000 WASAIU His heart tician. Ho could havo elected hlmsolf that hereafter only American same companion. struck and killed by a locomotha. Two cross each other, throwing upon the grave lu his brow; came with spears Hero U a difference of ovor PretlJenlial Third Term. to save you And to save me, native or imturalliod, will be em had ho reported to tho ruM and hours Inter, at Mt. Hojmi Station, Michael There Is no nanio llko Ills for us d is tbe broken Jaw and a great pile of It In revenue and tributo together, Dec. 2. President Citv or Mrxico, ttreot-ca- r plowed on Id llnet In Ilrooklyn Nolan, n trackman, while on a vctH'Ipede, "Godsolov d tho world that He gave more Imperial than Cicaar's, moro musical adopted by his antagonists. privileges, so that those going may Dlas took the oath of oflico yesterday. This nnd a difference of ovor $130,000,000 Cleveland n conductor or drlrer. was inn down by n train and k'MoL than Beethoven's, moro conquering than bok at the fearful mound, and learn what His only begotten Bon, that whosoever Plain Itealtr. la President D.as'a third term. Tho (lov In tho tributo exaction. This differ A UuuioiAv, 70 yeort old, rode sixteen in Htm should not perish, but have Clinrlciiiaguo', moie eloquent than Cice- a suicide it Is when an Immortal soul, for Of courms wo will now havo a ernmentmadoA great display with firing ro's. mile homeback, to pay a f W note. O Christ, whelm this onco between the two bills is characterTen Cents Must Satisfy It in, The It throb with nil life. It wcops which Jesus died, puts Itself out of the everlasting life." e reof ratinnn, parade of th troop, etc. Item U worthy of record because of It 4x1. audience with Thy compassion. istic. It llltutratos the difference be- grand exposition of with all pathos. It groan with all way. St. Ixjuih, Doc. a In the Sb lult cir There wa no popular demonstration. Itr, tho geiieial cuttoin ImIii bt the cuit ttnut thU morning Judge Vnllltnt pain. It stoopa with nil condescension. tween tho tin iff for rovenuo party and form, touching which wo havo heard When Christ trod this planet with foot down like summer grain with the harvestso muoh from Kupubllcun party organ. other fellow ilu the riding, It breaths with alt perfume. But Ono Change Between Oceans. overruled the motion of If, D. LancaUcr, Who if llesu, tbe people rushed after Him peo ing slckte of Thy gract. Hide through to- tho tariff for tributo party. Tiik HusNlnn Empire, with a population surveyor of the port, for n new trial In hit day the conqueror, Ihy garments smelling idea The summary abovo given from tho As wo understand tho Uo publican kickDec, 2. A special from llko Jesus to sot a broken bone, to pity a pie w ho wore sick, and those w ho, being so of Han I'iiancihco, nearly doublo that of the United Htatet, famous 1111 suit ngalmt Cougrettmait myrrh, and aloes, and cassia, out of the reform, it Ho in 'To-datables of tho treasury Department of tho Bantu Ke nomeiess orpiion, 10 nurse a sick man, U sick they could not walk, were brought by Ivory palaces," contain but four cltlci having more than John M. (Hover for tlaO.HX) damngei Tbe Ban Diego sayst ing out DomocruU and putting In U iaku a prouigai imcK wunouttttiy scorning, their friends. Here I seo a mother holding running Pullman SOO.OW O, sinner, fling everything else away comes very far short of oxhlbltiug tho Inhnbitants Kb l'c ten burg, Mot-io- case was tried last July, nud Lancaster system beganthis city directChicago, sor- - to Illumine u cemetery all plowed with up her little child and saving: "Cure thl publicans with all posslblo speed. ice between and mak grave, to make a queen and take Christ. Tako Him now, not to- abominations of tho Senate bill, which Kansas City Times. Waiw mid Odea, unto God out if croup. Lord Jesus. Curo this scarlet was awarded ten conts damages. lng tho longest continuous sleeping-ca- r morrow. During the night following this are to be seen In tho details far moro It It n tlngular fact that Kealy doet not nlco In the world distance 2,311 miles. tho lost woman of the street, to catch tbe fever." And others saying; 'Cure this very day theio maybe an excitement In who cast If every working-maof itock In bit In the totals. kmom a penny-wo- rth ls When these Skull Crushed. There will bo In tho futuro but one chnngo tears of human sorrow In n lachrymatory ophthalmia. Give ease nud rest to this your dwelling, aud a tremulous pouring than own motor. Ho ha gradually sunk every that never shall be broken? nro received, tho Olobt will horvo his voto for llarrNon would make a hohassucb spinal distress. Btralghten this club Chattanooga, Tknn, Dec. ween oceans.9' Ut cent he had In experiment, until aueyotosee our need, such u lip to Mm foot" Christ made every houso where he out of drops from an unsteady and working at tbe up some more striking Uhihtrutlons of memorandum of tho wagon ho Is now of Lootnls, Unit A, he it abtolutoly pcnuilett. hand, and before away our Konow, such n hand to snatch stopped a dispensary getting it might bo an Interceding Murdered and Robbed. I do not believe Co., late this aftornoon, Scott Watfaington differences between the party of A Lonpos phytliinn hat a copy of the was fatally Injured. A largo knot caught New Yoiik, Dec. 2. Patrick Kolly, gar- uscutuftro fire, such a foot to trample that In the nineteen centuries that have mornlngyour (hance may begone taxation for public purposes, matter to refer to four jours hence, llible written In ihnithand, probably tbe on a circular saw, which was revolving dener on tho estate of J. C. Intt, of Park our enemies, such a heart to embrace all gone by since, His hoart has got hard. I and tho party of "robbery under tho when Hopublicun promUos and only copy In the world. It a volume of rnpldly. I struggle for The Wrong and Right Way. Finally It was thrown with ilIo, I 1., was murdered nud rob ted bit our ueiessltles? sonif feel that we can como now with all our performances will again bo forms of law." Chicago Ulobc, comparatively tmall tlte and the characmetaphor with which to express Him. Ho wounds of soul and get His benodlctlon. groat foi con hl struck Washington in tho night and his body left 011 tbe rallrond How parents provoke their children by under consideration. Make tho memter arc exquisitely written. is not like tho bursting forth of a full or-- 1 O Jesus, here we are. AVe want hoaling. foiehoad, ciusblug In his skulk track by tramps, unreasonable commands, orandum, and hand It to your wife or HARRISON A SPOILSMAN. chestraj that I too loud. He U not like We want sight. We want health. We striction, by capricious by perpetual re "WiiiiiTMNii Jug" have recently been mother to keep for jou. Philadelphia Given a Oosrd Apple. the sen when lashed to rage by tho temp w out life, Tho whole need not a physician, die, alternating with as Jork at the brl in the ancient burial place, of rem. found , eon," anlil a Long Islnnrt The Next rreitdent' Ideaa Com ernluc capricious drop Record Many of the whittles In the mouth of fnrmor, "you'ro golnj- - to tho city to Ciuni.Evrov, W. Va., Dec, 2, Iistweek est; that Is too boisterous. Ho Is not like but they that nre skk. Blessed be God lng tho rein altogether; by not governing ICefurin a Dan Cunningham, whu has lately loon tbe mountain, It brow wreathed with tbe that Jesus Christ comes through this as tbote Jug produce souudt representing Success Is always attended by a Ono of tho Cabinet jokos during their own tempers; by shrill or stern tones bI iko out Tor yorsolf, nn don't fergll In making arrests In o semblage the notet of birds or animals. where do; old 1'olonlus advlco to what's bis flo prcmlucut couutr, was sitting the Hat lightnings; that Is too solitary. Give us a myrrh" now, His ''garments smelling of quont quiet, soft oues wouldand by t re Citii'fleld short term was that Hhilno swarm of flatterer. Ono of tho newsIn the softer type, n gentle comparison. We have checks and rebukes sparing that means fiagrance "and TiikiiU nre on eaith 1,000,000,000 Inhapaper adulators of Harrison says ho nninot 'Don't bo u cluin,'" "All couit'iooru at Hpencer, Hoano County, a teemed lo seo Him with our eyes, nud o aloes" thoy mean bitter sacrificial mem-hepraise. And what Is sure to follow such said "HarrlMW had inked for thirteen Is bitant. Of these .1,011,133 die every year, right, fathor," broader" than Aithur, "los 4I missions than thoto moro wah tho reply, I'll not dosed npplo w a slipped Into his pocket GO him with our ears, and to touch Him orlos ''and cassia" that means inedlcino mhtrealment by father or mother? Burst U1,8M overy day, 8,73 i every hour and wore," What Harrison's views wero emotional' than (J a I'll old. au abler forjjlt It; but if I should turn out to bo by n supposed fi lend. On taking It out his with our bauds. Ob, that y He sud cure; and, according to my text, He of temper, for which the child Is punished 1 every recond, and yet every minute, or and the parent I guilty, and then spirit ns to tho use und nbuso of the Civil leader than Hujos, and a greater n clam, you kin hot nil tho truck on suspicious were aroused, and on bin lng It might upbear to some other one of conies out of tho Ivory palaces." the undertakers nro not happy, u hot statesman than (iraut, and protnUes, You know, or If you do not know I will less, liatlessness and putby "I can not Servlco were Indeed sufficiently tho farm tlint I'll bo a llttlo nock clam examined ho was told thnt it was charged our five suite t Ay, tbe nostril shall dli TllK 317 female Llacktmlths of England please him whatever I do," w 1th strychnine. cover His prosence. He tome upon us tell you now, that some of tho palaces of rankling sense of injustice, leutfs ua to a forth b him in hU letter of April 3, with nil his wonderful qualities, to would mako money by organlziugn tioupe with lemon juico 011 It." and then to him second only like spke gales from Heaven, Yea, His olden time were adorned with Ivory, recklessness ,4lt Is useless to try nud traveling. The woman who can shot any 188;). to Mr. N, Kllbvck, touching the leave a record behind Canon Little Arrives, garments smell of pungent, lasting nnd all Abab and Bolomon had their homes raoio." And when a man or child loses nmiolntnipnt of a rovenuo collector In to that of Lincoln riio author of this n bono Is much more Interesting than the A furmor nnd lila wife wont into ft NhW Yon, Dae. 2. Cuiion Little, of pervaslvo myrrh. furnished with It. The tusks of African heart there will bo no moro obedience. Indiana. Ho said, in answer to tho ' tribute must badly want a ' foreign woman who can only shoo a hen. (IcntUt'd. "How muoh do jou charge England, nirlvod by hteamor for u Oh, that jou all knew His sweetness. and Asiatic elephants were twisted into Many a parent, especially many a father, 'Ailurfejri, mission or a alx weeks' tourof tiio country, Tiik late l'rof. Hlchard l'rootor loft bit U;othPM asked tho farmer. for fillin' How soon vou would turn from your nov' an manners 01 shapes, and mere wero drives bis child Into evil by keening him asbortion that tho appointment of a Record. widow with virtually no reiourcos, and an From 0110 to two dollars." 'An how els. It the phllosopbor leaped out of his stairs of Ivory, and chairs of Ivory, and at a distance. He should make nts boy a cot tain Carter had bocn mitdo to oblige Vengeance. Terrible rlTort It being made In Kngland to have Now that tho bitterness of de companion and u playmate, teach much for pulllnT1 "Half a dollar." bath lu a fiensy of to a certain Pioreo: "I deslro to say to clapped his tables Iter and hor children pensioned, In recogAtlanta, Oa., Dsc. 2, The negroes of hands, and rushed joy, and the streets, pillars ofofIvory, and floors of Ivory, and trunk ot his rather a bis oonfldant, him to you this h not truo. The appointment (out is wearing off, the Democratic try through Ivory, and windows of Ivory, 'Mnriur," vutd tho farmor, turning io like County aiu In arm over a tragedy nition of Mr. IV oc tor '4 tervlcos to 'deuce. to Is made by mo nlono on what seems to party, and tho Union also, can truly his wlfo, "you'd bettor yet It pulled." of lat Tuesdiy night A mob of three because he had found tbe solution of a and fountains that dropped Into basins of keep his child nearer his himself than anyauthority will be oo tho weight of (Hopublican) in- - estimate Mr. Cleveland's merits and Tiik committee of the International ma heinatical problem, how will you feel ivory, and rooms that had ceilings of body cine, aud then hundred white bound Tim Smith and leaping abftoluto, bis opinion an oraelo, nnd his and Kxpotltlous, in of Fain In other ability. He was not a man to awaken fluenco in this district," Tilings do not always follow as a John Coleman and threw tho in Into the msrey from the fountain of a Savlcur's ivory. Oh white aud overmastering lightest wish a law A., JtfiKtartn, D, D, Chicago, recommended that the Internaand branches sweeping clean, and beauty. words, he has been an avowed spoils- - grout enthusiasm; ho was not a man mnttor of course. A man who makes rler alive, wulghtolwith stones. Huldah made while pardon, washed, the question the curbs.Green tree trailing the snowy Itftt, commemorative tional Exposition In Tapestry as snow, when It Is a wise 1'rovldeaco that wo can not man. pure and simple In his letter with hosts of political friends mid fol puns is not a pundit; nclthor is ono Smith and Jim Bmlth w oresuveroly lashed. has been solved t "How can my soul be floors. Brackets of light flashing on tbe of the discovery of America, be held In see tho future. We can see through ho was not a ThoalTalr grew out of an lusult olfored a bavedl" Nakeil, who pluys in a band u bandlt-.if- fj Montreal, Canada. tillvery music puno of git" cosily, but through one of acceptance ho upprovus of t ho lowers; above all, lustrous surroundings, ten whbe woman framing his administration so law, which wo believe burgh Chronicle IWegrapL A Slits. Huitii, of Croud Rapid, Mich., soul, let Jesus tbls hour throw around thee rippling to the beach of tho arches. Tbe Placed together we can not se, jut each wat lecently suvorcly Injured by tho sud the ''garments that smoll of luyirh, and nitre thought of it almost stuns my brain, Is transparent. By living a day at a time Cleveland has, on the whole, fulth-full- y us to advance either his own terminal PrU Clork Takos Poison. on which sho vxoiuitod, and makes exactly tho Interests, or those of the party; but ho den closing of a foldlng-bo'Oh I If I could only have we got ulong well und all U clour, but we A bad man's suit for libel never Dec. 2. A special aloes, and casslu, out of tho iTory palaces." and) on say Cimttavoua, Tana , wet reclining, bhewa completely shut seems to fit him. Ho gets moro thiui cult says Tom Bulf, a Your second curloalty Is to know why tbe walked over such floors! If I could have wit not, with our tin I to vision, ace thtouh kind of promise Cleveland made us to wus a linn, dtttiu'iulucd, cim.fngMHit from Uivuliic, Tcun,, In by (ht ted, and It became nrceisary to tho purpose uf God ronirrntu us of Jesus are odorous with aloes. thrown myself In such a chair! If 1 could robe not covered by the law, and pat ioilc Chief MugltWnte - A", tt appointment V, 0, Vicayun4 ho wunU us a ruU. popular dru? "cleik, oomtnlttvd sulcld prylt spart tofors itisoulJ Is iMsaisd Thrrs Is some dlfTsreuee f opinion about (are beard thu drip and dash ef these ! know Ly uklug acsiilw. buf adds tignldcimtlyi wTmt4lhmcrab istt uUbt fire-eye- d, sledge-hammetempest-charloU- the overworked Mler tbat causes lunny accidents, HvrrAU) tiro underwi Iters discriminate Kmst natural rim. T. T. JUiiNtJM announce that he li out of the circus Uislueas for Kood. Tiik Federal census of 10 It Just flnUh d, At a coat of nearly 0,000,000. T"K Secret ordsrs throughout the Unltou WUfei ni aM to number over 200. Ctr.VKLAM) carried bt. Joseph, Mo,, by 1 majority thli year ami by II In Ml. Tik tumor that the Canadian l'aclfli railroad In to run to Chicago Is con-linn- et Tlcon-tfleinff- eitanb It It Tihgiiic are 60 different postage stamps on tin InvoBtlffatlntrTour. Btnrt Certain Arllrlea or Incorporttton Wilt I'ruimuly be Iteroked liej ulators In 8uulheaterii Ohio. Columbus, tt, Decs, JkAHoniey(len.. eral Wattou, after coniultatlon with th Cover nor, hat telegraphed thi.ocutlnfj attorneys of Adams and Ilrown Countlei, etklug If they will meet him at Cincinnati,' and If atllrmatUe answers are received It IS prcbAbitti Attulnvy Gvneial will go to Cincinnati The object of the meeting to comlder the recent out rages committed In tbote count I" by the White-Cap- s and to decide what step aball lie taken to break' up -I t wumwii j sup-)Ke- hits-Cap- s. SAT ON A IXORSB Whlrh Ualked Awny and Left nIuMerer DaiiKllnajIlls Confelon Ma Jblenre hunirleiit. Huklbv, N Cf Dec. 2. Saturday Van Canady, alias John Carson, a mulatto, who was arrested last week, confessed to the murder of James rblllmck on the night of Novernleri. The crime was ridlleck llng called to his door and killed without warning, and his wife shob Upon bis confession becoming known about two hundred men gathered a mile west of town and niarrrtedUo the Jail, broke open the doors and locks to the cell with a About twelve o'clock they took the pristo tbe woods a mite cast of oner town. Carton was allowed time to make a full confession, which was done without tbe appearance of fear. He contested to thre turglarjes and an &tttintjto vrrtck a pasaenger train oh tbe CarolInaCentral three weeks ago. He was given tlraa for prayer. His bonds and feet were tied and ho was placod 0:1 a horse, which was pulled from undrr him. Tbe crowd wasimlet, many not being disguised. The guard at Ibe Jail was surprised and offered no resistance to the crowd. The body was to bang until this evening, when tbe coroner held the (nquettfi aorl-outl- y ., . Itobos of Christ. He Tome tn Ilartb to rlead for a Sinful World, and It I'pward to the Itnryl'alare of lfeneo lad fountains 1" You shall have something better than that. If you only 1st Christ Introduce you. from that place He came, and to that place He proposes to transport you, for His "garments smell of myrrh, and aloes, and cassia, out of the Ivory palaces." Oh what a place Heaven must be. The Tullerlesof tbe French, the Windsor Cas tie of tbe English, the Spanish Alhambra, the Russian Kremlin, dungeons compared to Itl Not so many castles on either side the Ithine a on both sides of tbe river of God tha Ivory palace. One for tbs angels, Insufferably bright, winged, one for tbo martyrs, with blood-rerobes from under the altar; one for the King, the stops of Ills palace the crowns of the church militant; one for the singers, who lead the 144,000; one for d The Differs! Between The Tr colloctodd tabic! h and beon col tlons If i Issued eaale Measure. ury Department has lust plcte sot of comnnratlvo ng the amount of rovenuo Dfcrtho past fiscal year. Emnt whicli would havo upon tho samo Imnorfa- 'the Mills bill or Senate been tha law. Tho schedules Is as follows! J he Hone and '"v 1. 1' practical difficulties attending1 tho attempt to apply tho spirit of thoClrll-Servic- e rules to all, appointments and rcmovats. It will, however, bo my slncoro purpose, if elected, to advanca tho reform." Wo bellovo ho docs not know these practical difficulties much bettor than Glovoland did whon he took oflico. for ho baa been ono of tha difficulties himself; but tbero Is uolthci In hid career nor character tho smallest reason for supposing that he wilt mako half tho battlo against them thai Cleveland hns dona U, Y. Post. , l. To-da- Jw o Ut 11 k t e, 1 1 $9!,-217,0- y u $107,-413,00- 0. nerl-lug- a, 1 com-jdc- e 1 w -- y nt raedi-finall- To-da- y a gt brlght-loavo- roeI'beg 2.-- $, a ex-p- lr alio-part- 0, one-tent- h po-n- fr, I pier-bea- y, lrd. 1 e . 1 rvoin - s, ludui-irusl- a.'lc.-war- !jiiiii x ta-b- lo y y le-tu- cross-road- s, offlce-seeko- y uo-ii- cltl-we- $142,-600,0- mlsim-prove- strut-nguni- H Civil-Servic- Mow-the- lt Clvll-Sorvlc- o y n do-tai- y saw-mi- l! 1 't (hll-Nervl- ss I y post-offlc- !. jkU-tlclu- frost-bitte- stonu-lashe- d Clvll-Sorvlc- o d SBawORg WW m wi-.m'-wi- iij.tqt'm',Bsrrgy,vjLni. JAgttlgCJLw3gl' w iu,,,-- . K'.5fl'''!lVt.'WiMM i vwmMiMMtMft'V'n nmrmntiiMn 11 Wj ESS B15 S2 m W-W W $$ lESST" EJSLXjTLa & Bra raM 9 iW ? ca iW't'gTii . . Orasa 0 -- "CjarrmKSHiau. ITfl 2 iSLlfSTjO TTSBd .a. XjZj " 1ST A Buautifiil Line of LA DIBS9 AXD CIIILDIWXS' WIIAPS, iu all Styles. , 8k"G$L l& A largo line 111 w jssSi novelties iEJ13 the i t ps & rH? g i. ss& $& US 8 BoIEotJ E5E3P3H "ESS. GOODS .a. :h i jSv. CStjES-jSlWI- D I3IBPLAT--, gssHasaa & My w Vi pii W TO El IfJ LJ AA w 132 Lug e m In f ' U A.O? :isr of lirowii-Dcunoye- rd celebrated LADIJSS A XI) ClflLDIiliXS BgX. A Magnificent Line WOW, the bout fitting ami snout reliable Shoo made in the United Stat s. uvutm huko, the I VwW, YOUTU& and livbr vuuuuxu, Aoiccrlami gS THE HICKMAN COURIER. HICKMAN, KY., ' My Stock is Large and will be Sold Tin: ILu at tfie Kro-vn, L9, r n est Possible Prices?; 'oiviiiM, th 346i 51 Era' 4 best made and best fitting Clothing in the market. Call and See them.! tati: it r.M on. 1 u I J yw i ft rt f I f rumor iimi n wen Known Followed by a Romantic Mar ner, Hertweck nml Sihm. iy UKC. 7, 1SS3. Frnnkfoit lawyer, who linn ioeiMitFKIDAT, Th ininnict of the tut meeting were Sl'l'l'OSG YOl A PV 'VXl 11 TZZtx riage in Tennessee. J, approved nml tlnetl. fJ 1y returned from Kurope, wrut -- -M;.7. ACCOUNTS AMiOWIO. 'ilrtl .(Ward ilslvol J- - N 11, OU) KKLIAHLi: trr u v lucre 10 ineci "iJiou'f uioumi . :. no "H" The folloln o bir InteKAt rnrlUr than wra prerntdl. The nerond bcwmou of tho with him for yinUiro-iriiflcDr. .. U. ltoldnsau, who for properly approved, eMinti idonV.viifW-- in lMUl Int. ulneli. fiOlh Coimri'RH mot Monday. It It was further mated that !.. :.!... I ....... D...I .t. Ivt FAMILY GROCERY, TUU ortllni Mne fI.i1I IntftHlkt iKictl fortl-tWllcpfro Mnrch 1, ISSO. nto wonW return linlf tho atnonntj . , r I n til llio nne ulinli hront .HitiHMri ,s:o. ...... .... amounU: - - n on nrtlrnnllTeiy IIi:m a Lorifiroot) received two nr ma it in ii ft mi it lit a niiiiotiinii ccntly divorced from Id wife at A A. llit!i lniinrtinfiB an Unit Vf 'ujr ami vedfpulittdl votem olbreoMwte ..T? oiiej ut ih nU'M In Iviitnuk. one of u It it'll would pay tho other hid.r, La n tl M. HUburn, Si Cmu piy roll... JtV 1.1 vic ttiu, the purpod i tiy is prolmld.v ,wltl!ont i The married life or Dr. K.f we John VMldnit,far a??(ti8e of Jatni431 0 und, for im ii'tjlitkl VtMirtliHn lb whs in Anderson und the other M ttf of eiA nf llitipitood, foundation nao in tho noutlio of Kain ft jrTfl in Fnvettk oountv. ihtu nn out him, hud been, not tmiy ft ... ll. ....... lur !..!... ..... 1 lift ttf itpin M pr pvnioQ. it .. K roMUCTi: mmirri inuurii. stock or SHBI.l' ani iicavy uoon. MfiO, A FULU so ledbii lw tiflil on tlir 7ih f JiHir7 most uncongenial, but absolutely i'ic Ima invited Miw. tM.nvr.LVXU f Neklf.. lleiv.r ,..imI ;rn,.. loveless ou the part of Mrs. H. Kraak TUomiison. fgr bnok tfXK.Mtt-MU1A9 tb moio l.tiiu lrt oijr of lh rtfU "" Mr, (ion. U.iriison to Hpend a ,Tlie romiiieriinl has Icnmcd from tnT 4eVU Oollrered Kriv of Charge. ler 6tortt n for oMy oiRoorA nt wblh ripe week or two this winter ut tho (the olosest friends of tlio default from the firsd. TW Clrj Treasurer rt$t tiled t reTl 'dun eirb votwr o5rrn to hU b He Ids life, has been WJiito House as her guest. oacOma 'H wb Vc4. iou fr Jnt: Tteasurer that ho lias never almostclaims thatby the outspoken far Dimth ii.lin 1th lust., vbovtog mi cHMlon are tH epitOor t'ffc of lh CoJm- I ou hn to blighted to '.il .) a Tin; Chicago nunrHifstK are out heen In Kurope ; that lie tlrnt went want of wifely affection on the mitolit (Un'I Kund Aoeount SW Odi. Hickman iM Smihorn Kallrr A. -. Cre TTT1 in t circular priutcil in red ink in to Cauda, theneo to tho Faclfle yu .ind U vol ukail lo rconlcl aoconl " Funded Uetl t X W JLlcLU uU T? LL V ? par; of his wife, and the utter lack lu bt rrl iMi ' which they threaten Mood and (Ooast, and fiom thereto Japan, of tcuderueos and euro even when f M i.li If The ..lull.... I. Cin tun Xy-FIh tH Pore Fees im4, nn I tbe reuH war if they are longer deprived of ' where lie was recently heard from, tiho was tho victim of serious ill Ueporl reeelrrd and orderdff 1. HMruer proeUM by ikriir charier fr ' His ftunily has leeched a number ne ft .she huwug mora their right', COWQILLfSSYi! SALV3. TX ttEOU'lU. ou Midi H rWelon ifyttel'r, ft fttr than once h, ' Lr ot,inu Hl3dL sd h? - a: Mr--. Ou ,. . .. Rkxatou I5i:nc uiil not l.n nl.ln ?f lQt.A fl0m ,,lHI'.,,nl atII'IiiiKu n i him for dasntu time when Jucrd motion. Via FreenMj-- I t i re rlleakle in thU f.rt l qualiAo! lhtbfi t&FFtr NeuralgU and Klomit-m- ( lin iitii nil ml, kdJ hue iiu nifiiii 4iii immio UUUIU fioiu ?ft00to?&M. all llit ier rent majorlle to take ids seat in tho Senate, hut litis prostrato from illnesH, and that (ifnre llrowu wh rleei fr" of U c'v vole In fior of Mil onb 'fftv Ids fiiends hope that ho will re- - letter could riuch Inm. lie has too, without uny care. W3ASSL OIL. pnyoiom of onediftlf the Qne'f J r nrltloa, lite M eitr b I, be bo VUyor, always written upon tho eve of Tivo years ago she deliberately ornllj nc-- d ugAiiul hltn fi Ibo C Ritnie Iiih otllciat labors soon after) of fto I make od ml rplin iiro.l his departure for a;. other point. i u Court. the holidays. nnndreil nbrvA lotbeepil rtmkd Company in the and only the postmutk on his let detuned him, but he provided W. II Cub wm relesred frm pym.n OJVOXLL'S PIL3 0IHTKSN7. Paduali, llielimfl ami V uhr ItciUrotd good home for her at Siephcnville, Tnr. lion. Cail Sehurx is rcpnrl-frn- tor gave an idea of Ins mention. ) of poll lux for kvil he not -- "C nmrjmr: ami. In ck lbs u.ri tt.nn a, Tcxjs. Hut she soon became so old. London as having accepted Ii is known unit Tute took connot tfUnl for br n mabtrluVf ih uualill Q&r?r TvMeratid Hlorwaeea, W. II Cliy petitioned lb Coaaeil tho agency In Now York of tho siderable money wuh 1dm, per- involved in debt, for which ho ierf etlT. hi nrtinono oball U COWOILL'S T2TTSR OIHTKEKT. was held responsible, that he was relcone liliu fiom t flue gt?Vi tesonli imll nd void nnd ( n l Hamburg American S ton tush i p haps $30,000 or 810,000. hut he can XSoldoro In llJ t'oy Co'if pny her unanlojeutly ;IH!I him On forced to sell Navigation Company. have no amount in h:t$ possession out. Ho then her place to and the Hfi-- l loeemuiluee eu pripoeoioui n ' ntedn4loj, tko ordiKoace referrvil t& Tor Wor., tin SmI roo'lin-took Iter z&r 1lollolc pendel, thrrc On Hiollon, ike rule wre Mil. IlAXDAM "ill go to Wash- that would muko a compromise chihirou and lived under the same zrieiauee. Ptocsaat i era S yvxu Immediilc on NnnforfiltHldc iftrr death. rarp, nnd all claimn paid d Cot sura titxl ike tr4inc pod n 2 I, 3rd receipt of proof of ington at once, though Ids health with the State or his bondsmen n toof with thorn in order to care rPRTHtK TIML' OmiTn. nnl redloKt br a aaiftlweii 'oie of ibe wilt not permit him to take his possibility. KentueU will never for the children until they were sAnsp.icTtay avAtasrtcn ox Commlllte on pliuk vt) asked fir n CMN0il. 35AVIB, run jtossr Kirvshzfl. Mnt in the House, except for a sec Dick Tato until hi body is gtowu up out of the years or child wrre ran Ul, furtber tltuf lo tmWe ibfir brought homo for burial. ieorl biief peiiod nt a time. iah dependence. Tbe tltr C'erk ta diroctod to pMlib For Sal bj the rroprWior, CHCCIfS Tt) DC UCIH. nonoe of eleettoii In aetordtnoo i fAid II, MCMVNAN, The Doctor, ns those who have t IIALTZKll, rmt. U U AMIXAMlKU CaM Tin: Washington correspondent s Tbe Cil Clerk "Ai dneoiel ta ordinniiee. known them intimately, will ten ehecko to oirvot emiiJs4or mid pi J. W. COWOILL Drugisi, WIiv ua ibe KIHrl CjIIe ever e Hie Courier-Journa- l thinks that On tool Ion, Council edjonrnel. i roiuh the tify, has always treated her very tatu ben slnrion for nitfclb are do. Hon, J. Proctor Knott can have UhniUied? 1'tfTe tteot, jti lliean Kt. an appointment as Civil Service lOoi'RiKi; for i be benefit of Jr rCHier, kindly, and provided well for her. W L MclTTrilEV, C C. BAU.Kiav lft, him! oM1p yiir, Nearly two years since, Dr. It. Tbe Clerk reported tbs be bid Ion CommirBMoucr if lie wants it. a r. The Electoral Colleffo 6stoni was injured in Olty J nig, h railway u J.N Tin: Presidential Elector? for w:is enintnii'pd nml ttnt i'tto onto- - in Texas, uhieh anrontrutod disaster ebooki WeHb,HyUuiien, "i3LECTI0jnJOTICEI Ml .IMC'UUAXIIY. ,. . ................ ettoi, for tt r him for iT J ACiuucuy win meet in tlio Capitol !utinn by the fouudera of the Kc months, from the etteots of whieti of iri far .uui- - r Xtt u. iU of the Citjr f Tlte qnaitWl voterti ItuihlltiC lit Frankfort oil tho SCC'mihlin on tlin llinnrv tlint tho lion. r ho will never entirely recover, Fallon Coutitr, Kootuekj, r krcl ( oml .Monday in .January to cast pio should select a lumber of Tho mi.cuiosni.wiHL no'ifol that, br virtue of ih act nf Hi HICEHAH. care of a loving uffoctioimto $o0,C0O. - Electors tho voteo. the State tor Preai.! Ih Pon Oonnr liTjiUlfOitrc of KeutttJkr, approved April cnual to tho irnroseutn-den- t wife, so necessary under such a , Ap.uiijii w for to priflrf and Vice I'reBulont. !9lh, 1S, and br rlloabt. k.UI l. ti.iu of each Slate in the Semite! lii.il being denied linn then, . ltppli;s .pinwouo, uM. ill iVaaoil uf Ow i it? M lliek SkxatokQimy9.- aoi flays IiIk!"11'1 Douse, who would exerciso a bcarance ceased to lie a virtue, iBl b,,uanJ rr iiee ntt. u.ur. on Clmien otreet. t i. mtn,Cotnmon rrgutar meetnic NjI at Cnv rjTIIS HOCSK MAS KKCKNTLV UWCS IMnff fHlj enJiil nd reK fr lm.lf.fM, nr rp"C'flly llcft ! polrnie at tlie L tlt'ei) up for tk acmoHiiuM of father won but two beta on the JhouikI and imlepcudent judgment and ho asked lo be freed from her. tko Miller biok, IVc. 1th. IriH. an eletion U orlereJ lor IfrHttttire aitd ih tMrMn pttblic ftH- y9vmmf4 mime or iiepoiinr ire v reiifeVpiTfei Clerk oiioico ol I'rcKhlent and direoul to neu f by hM 4i lb Citjr Ha'1,041 Mndar. rail ibe election. One waBUHilkliat whieh i OTfrr fwuaMfn; iara Listcarho went to the Stale moiiH, fur sMie, Ihe U m It ond pr 'in 7th H9, to take tb . of t '. Cletn n.4, ftic he4 ah for mMlli. dfomrl at lit tfir President. It waf mte uded of Illinois, nml thero obtained a liviie ho couldn't wear, and tho other ral ol er caal per .w. mttU jrarattrvd to all who 4f lk na vidI for lu such cats being ooiplitj o' aUfi'd et-- r invi tui tMotlon of t wna a box of ripnrn, whieh thc't() remove the election, of those divorco from Ids wife, but to the t 'httiiX " w' " ' MltU. Uiekoiaa tHeribln the audi at Unit a mjr hewt. highest oUIce from the other fellows around hc.ilqiuir-ltwUnit Iter awn family might be MinpJuiriAi. rtftr Ut"9m1 U"4M U Ike Cplv In Ulitan, wo oarrj a tmU line of moub of iMrtyjHtrlfo; JVttvi be- - thoroughly satlsUed on tho rBub teia smoked for him. Uei of tbe PailaOMli. UUkmaH nnl rVmili. Tbo folfowto? nropJft!in nnn ontlvL c o Uio ciiii ot aHiigHti il0 ureil nut tho courts of led loibo Cebiioil bj lieu W. O. ilutfll r ISattpMil CkMtiptMir, M aatnrift'd I r FANCY ANO FAMILY GROCERIES, H. i ta r.rtrt.fA(i i. i.., fi J.M. RKKU IiwriuvtN'. r ni.rvtt:K. a i n m At rxANtrn, W mo r.ei'inrni Texas should aMo L'rant her a de Attornay for iu v,to "o : Hid act at the ielilatflfe, ami of tetJ to nfeirh t ii Vm p w r JOIINfON . v rowon.u "t hi'i'r at'ei.tloH. Oar (n J W cxANiirn. .ihuinr cvDi'iinuraewiNi,. oi ew ;i'vv-ii,iv- ireaiueni mi,ni,intpd imil hini cree. Tho IJoclor aaji s ho not tfoutberii Ktdroid CtJtieiftt Hlekmau mm in ('minril, nt vrkitfc titi eiru n . . tinr a CHpnj lv .lersoy, io ucn. i irnson ne wroie mrUM, nH partisann, and the whole only relUHcd to defend the suit will bv ald lite diatUet 'The Ctdueiih llukmin & Swtthopi t h re )oti for nr ' f.VV i,,v rf " that the old follows will have theory of Sectors o.eid.MUK an against htm In Icmih, hut neor-- r Uirji L'uoipMij piot'e lo build a etec ion. riflv TbtiurtHl a4iattm it.to th t'ait D3I73-LQl3BHOS 3f, iHnre boys iitiJtN ittutfv Jtiiiroi'j irgm discretion in votiii'r for p.1 even saw tho petition tiled lo her ih!i lo lliokiiiftit, mI f'lMMUh h -. Muck of Ibe iJadiKk, HkLwm ital to no to the rear, llnirison vvantn! and nt utteilv iiramot him. feeling that Ii would Uaitroftd MJiithtrn GmpanT" and the? iih in tho ctlr of lliamin, tind eittul young timber for the Cabiuet, and exploded in tho contest of 17tX I"r manitach i;ri b tv tiii; lurnuATrn taeh ill be rcrded aecordinx n the a RMB I?! be a hlessiii to be fieed from her he stme to orcein of ike Ulsipf; wo have no chance.7 Wit I ut raeh voter tfahl election to be between Aduma and .Kfierhoii, under anv circamstancea. mil tj ; tben o wer u.ii.i . i... at. M i.1 lu.a .H.l i,. UHtitrtly PCI a pari certain SUIIIS the wi eiuo oi atiurirer out, to -eanu4i J m.totl tobol IboieiruUr C Iv eatlan. Mu. Wihtino, ono of tlio two and has continued so ever since lMfc. CO T II .V T H Voters tlo not vote for clectoM, or her, as an ugrcod judgment, ih nois lttlMrtt lul. " Demorrats elected to tho next lr?5MMVa on weeioMe of eaiil w- WoUTCHBII, llljr Piffle fiom Miuiiic.m, says that although they voto an electoral tor her support. or iuo the eame l be cilrtiou iiutlevu rlt er. Q .VlA tho war was fought over again ticket. They vote directly for e'VVslrVTi tt. K. litis U HI J Ul till enviable' '."i wfvf iwvi, upon coodnUci ibeolirofi j ALE AND W b.eribo .or ad President, but they must tircum reputation as a physician and sur-- l 3BSfflVa&cg during the campaign. Ho high LIVERY STABLE r"" - . electo ,eii of skill and RiieeertH. !!,! huuilrl 8lurt ftt 0ii hundred dolUrn ta was the old war feeling that he jlocuto around nnd vote an li.4IH tilt UlK zr bllllJ! TV, was attacked for wearing a suit of nil ticket to do so. KIccioMaren, also for team n bIiaccrhIiiI AMort m nil t mere finrfjrniiioinatoiia whci eleet-- , IMII, reputable u.inister in tlio M. !,rA"u AKKK15, gray clothing. etl, and tho only way to K UNTUCK V STHRET te for K. Church, tint a fewe,irs siuco. rmes of per ctniuin per aniiiim. ntyal" oo At Sardinia, in tho calm and Cleveland waR to vote the Demo by iiivo.stiatioi) of tho oiiiutl both lo ba male payable m BBPfl ootiatantly oa hand or Mr H To lo I NmiikI ouo or Trull CoMpApf IV rt' 9,e peaceful State of Ohio, Mrs. An- cratio electoral ticket, and tlio on- Scriptuies, was forced to abandon Haute lUtiklo CXI crrrcr ftousnri, IIUOGtnS and HACKS. nie .Jester and her grown daugh- ly way to voto forllarrifitii was tho dogma of future endless pun- iu ihe C)ty ef lrw Vwrlc, tie ltnd lo b tMude 'Utlaz purehaeed tbe elable, borne ter vvero taktMi from their homo to voto for the Ilcpublicn.i elec- ishment of tho wicked, left the M. liui said Iwudj tliiny jrpurs boafter deio dellfertl trt mi to nitre outfit of IV. B Plumroe r nit ThuiikHtriviug night by a hand tors, ft is simply an awkward, U. Chut eh, und is now a reputable unlit jwid line of Itmlroid I M A T It I A oooiplctad popie to oonilnue Ibe builnres, aoJ fllVPl of White Caps and brutaily whip way tu ci!aIJi3 the mltdnter of tho Universal Church tad trams runulo thffltifl itld eitj oa uU do'irord lo any put ef the ftj t ptroQssaid llOiJ, abd uoliJ i uf Jiuwir.v, 1001 pod. Wo occasionally shoot a man pcoph to voto for :; Vtv itlcnt of tho I". S. PIIOICMAiSr, 0. DULLITT, on our siilo of the river, but we and tutco siuco tho org.nu Mtion Tlio JJoutor is a typical KenAll' for p, II AS It U." JSTflAYKTOTICE. never whip our women. of tlio Government tho people tucky gentleman of the old ftuhool, propoailton wai rnl have been defrauded out of their that typo amongst uhorn galiautr ad Or motion, Hieeprou I upoo the remjrdi aud ardrel rilAKKN Ul AS A SWAY. Iy II. II Tai: DPRiocrnita Elector foi Adto guod tcomm tuts always boon at u I H IIrou, Iitiu; n tie JrrUirj; roid w horn the highest number of votes (choice for Chief Alagistiati. o&sivAacr ams won over Jackson in K28 b premium. Ilia wife and her peor"Milli ui JllrXonan, rntoi .i uil otiNty was cast in Kentucky was John On motion, Ibe Con nail U Ky.U.NK 1W.AI K nUIIHK .Mil W. Lockett, of tho Second dis tho Hlpctoral Collicgo system, I ple being uncultivated, his niton- - Oiiy t0ni f j iu draft nn erlitiinee eia good raw (ii, with fflnipVte onlflt var M txt "prts. skU ''randed " iR,,i. --2 Jj -- u had nearly two nJ it k.iiuiimIIv tnl.' t I u mi HtotfpiADee of the abate prop Can N bought a i. in 1 kKhI tuiafiun lie letter "I" tilct, who received ISSOO. l II. though toJackson one, antl Ilayes tfnnu t ft fiwlinu hip. Nn otlrr Adams7 votes understood and misrepresented oiition to the extent of the power of tbe a rfftnorukbltr (irifr nnd nn r'onabti; terms marten r hramUuniatift and hleli Itnherts, Republican candidate for rcrrrable, DEALERS IS fotlumu ordl-the Addre. for infuriuaiinn appraireil at i(y dollam. Elector in the saaie dUtdet, re- iwon oerTilden in 1S7(J, wlion ma- by them, condemning him most Coudtiltti Whereupon,to tar Couuoil ; mee tbe nuhtuitieil J. J. C. liONhUiUN'T, (iUun Hhiltr my IijumI a Judc of I1m pooplo gavo Tilden a popular unjustly and HeboolSuppliei, ceived 1im,131, thus making the feJ-- tf o Illokman, K, Hi tt th ay Piihon Countr Court, thU 10th dey of DIIL'CS ' MIIUICINBS.nOOKS.STATIONKnY. (inOlKS.TUYtf, end A. Since the desertion of his wife Ckly of criUf I by Ay , That Olfk-- Che iht Kaucy WH UKP.B exact Democratic majoiity for the jority of 250,000. oaHl Ihtkmtn, of .Novetnttr, 1W3 flvo years aco. Dr. IMus been by virtue or lh authority iu It ticket 23.C60. JOSHUA NAYI.OR, residential RL'NPBim, TAINTS, OIKS, WINKS and ML'OHS, or Medical uee. conducting novlrt-of tha charter of id J. F 0. (J. m n jr. uonro. enco with a flieildly correspond-- -! tml, by tho termand &outheni lUiiroad j hjickman garble Works Ocn. IlAimiriOK In aiiHwer to a I2ii. uu st ix ix Tin; a lady. n former adqimln- Pducih.H ckmnn AOKNTS VOW THK ij Southern editor on his policy to During this tiip I bavo been innco or ins at I'aducah. K.. ono " corprw AJ (AJMA, V. V. Wo...;i. uf ward the South uses tlio following over a largo part of this State, or ti,0 ,,re.t nmi it&ffz :3K:tlSiIiJSk,,:irtsl B. C. ciiconragliifr languaso : "When and iintl Iowa. has tho Ian ivontntny, lieluniu PHYSICAN AfJD SURb'EON to one or riiroia en.pnf. at on hmlrvl tho Mirpiiao and the disappoint- best corn crop that baa over been tiiu verj ocALsa la laaiiiieN iu iiiuoiuil1. djttar(?iu,joo)..ii-- share to 14 pd.s HICKMAN, KKSTITKY T I'HlIMCSlSrTIOXM A ment which Home of your pooplt uiiflCii in tno btato. iow,i iioeniio inat lady, Mrfr. Loilllu (Jillen. in flrtj bndiof an d oily of ibUenaiut MaHUM UAAti A.N1I AMKIUCAN "8l,on " ,ltf HhmmumI il araeaab, nubl hMoNUMKMti, have felt over tho result have not only 6tand at tho .head uf tholce Mihn Loullo Gatdner. of Padu- lP'8JSH7 h rrofMiloual Servleei (o AND UKAVK lOMl! panned awnv, and they give some list as a com State, liut utMiicU nt call, dauhttu' of ffm Unnlner. bol,lU ) pt"Jib ? V.U' re .jf.l,,.irt tho eltixene of Hickman and viol nit) STOCKS. auIO.'SO calm thought to the Hituatiou, I tho head, alHo, for' laro men. I the Doctor wa3 married l.i.t .Mon' rl u In stock, a fine lot of A mer imiiK iney win no an inucii sup ll'HU Aim rf Hi two larceni ittm. ilitt kf.M.t.i.. ... .1... resideiieo of centum per annum piy !! mnl .ini.'Uily. le n ft iid liallnn Murhle. lam pre- fjHeij n.s I am that t hov s hoiih . ou a train hiHt week, and tlio two her kinsman, .Mr, Henry Killion, t)io prmrip.d an TJ3 C JL" intert of "nil lnil i red loflll all ordera. Call and examine in thought or nncccli. Iinnuto to Of U ii weighed IUa4f Vk iUnhintf ItOUA DT (HliH lOlllidl of Oblou comity, Tcnu., and they 19 And icet your lllackimlthhig and general mo iintileiidliuctia toward Orders from the country promptly Kfpalrmy tlono at oonipttiy la Hc city nl ew iotk the over a halMon. 1 weighed tilt) arc now on their way to their or irimi ixmmii io i" iwiti uy vir'up ui lum llled. uaiu Mouth" pound, and the other fellow homo iu Texas. Ill (VknTiirriiiltf iilh tli fi ra lIurti nf Ihu uarJ? TIlO Doctor RaV8 that ho feelfi Umliorllv lemnrd In tho elnner of Up weighed (Comer of Jackson ami Kentucky Streets,) Pstroiunxr :li:ct Hakuison nauio was Just IL702 pounds." Ik IIIr that IllO IH C'idiiafi, llicVman mul Saioheru Kallroid bIx Craig. Ho J. last HOW ln'L'hinili" fori pays ho ban bisj ear and a very E1. (Corntr 4 Oion and Eithangt Struh ) feet lnehOB tall, nun. itn a good, true, pure coiumn iiirirctviiih little month in other words, he and wan U liitr bind horn iu Iowa City thirty-tw- wife, who is devoted to him, and Clera of Miltacity. nluned by the M.iynr and KY HIIEKAH, is listening wlillo others mo talk-iniili iierwi coiions ILUBUIH ml yea tango. Ho huiiI to bo to whom lie Is determined to I To nltaeliel, uhioli are lu bvaijiicd only by Oood Work at Itocl bottom t'rlced. My fays, fiuther, that hois tlie largest man iu the is tho best onciKioH of In the i ity Clotk, woild at tho ot Ksnn, with new STOCK, out and out. fine, ttyliiu IUOS for htri ni 01 to looking about tiim cnirfully, and KKSTUOKY. II10KMAX, present Sd no is well TUKdSroaiooable, Vatronagc solicited. lmul and delivtTMM.ls lfOIlti n eprciattr'TD-does not proposo to offer, piomlse itlOtied. tune, fim miwI nu propor mind and heart to the cud of life. ered nn fifty h?nd, when art to Iw reouirn! herein pruvidad, fill! of nlmfnl )?( Dr. HobiiiHon lias been ipiitf JOHN F. OI1AY. by 1IVK mi; a TitUI. hen voil want prominent in Texas polities Four fu'l edl ItiPrund otiipinv at p.r, utid in inarCO tf l for tlio mid fic htiuJrui pavnu-iiihinv, T llhiramiiilldn,! kevp a or rep ntof ou yoara ue;o ho was one of tho Kleo hir4 of llio dpita toe nfT u fall tin e a I4 Woue, Aco octSO Iy tors for Cleveland and Hondnolcti, And ald city aiw; nn I ilnd Pettf t V. D1ESTELBU1NK ' Undortakor'G Goods, und last year ho wuh ono of tho levy and collc( from thu tix payorji uf I'aH woiKlmil ' ( ,! vimen moro oRlccs tliun von nt S lenders iu tho great Prohibition Mil any un uioiint nttlfi. itnt to pay tin liiiimon. ItoKiiwiKKl. an I Solid llluuk WhI a the jtuu FURNITURE, j niu FUnNITURE. which tuid ti hn-i- tun wyiL'lll nWII IIOIOW movement of Toxun, having made InterestnndnnproThlo b)'nl )iu pnnieii( of uth nut Collinehort notice, and ato.tn bi fUtt'd end words for tho hungry brigade. fur space to name all articles, but no reamjuahlo 800. oa moro KpeeohoH in favor of tho t'lffn, lpal of aid bond t mauirity. Duveiipoit Tribune; print NOtrouble lo show gaodi. a tall ii Constitutional Amendment than Tunui: has lieen considerable Tlxit the mitl mjlT'ptiuti ut utock i pHw Slum ia Went Hickman. Come and see, at the corner of Troy ItfC any other leader iu tlio field. nude on tho Tdlovving Itiim p)lt Th oxcitemont near Hmithland, K.v.t and Moscow Avenmi. Kitt llickrnm, ivy may! Tins thmmmW of UMpulilicaas Tor tiio satisfaction of any of Ptdiictvi, lliekunn nnd Nuthtrn Kill over tho discovery of what is said road onipany to bo a vein of ailver ore. While in the departments at Washington Iiis old friends iu WcMern Imi conntriieied.ihall routrurt or can at l . a ell . DBALCIIS I- N- boiing for natural tras on a farm aro ouito :m nnxioiiH .hnut their Kentucky, or tho family of his Rtamhirtl ensue ltaliro:id IxdU elel rH '9 from l'adocah 14 tho drill struck the supposed oie place- now ih thev wool have been most estimable bnde, tlio Doctor, inm the corporate I. mm of tho civ d JL J-J at a depth of between MO and 800 if Cleveland hud I i clcoted, taken reat pleaHiirc iu refeniu Milkman, and uMUh n fiept within iiy. aid extend Ill4 KHld Itiilr'ta t. fro l, Htato Senator ICeudail, who There is a fearful swarm them to Hon. L.(!. Aloviiudnr. nv.N-dof clamor-!"1 of crftMi" o rier iSLr ono of tho storhholdors inthojoin ouUider-who hive worked District Jiiilgp, Vaco,Te.a8; Hon. innidd or near thuajid riyof llieknun r enterprise, has taken specimens J',,,fl'lln iu.) e4.rilmrl. or 0110 to for tho partv, I,ih, the in- - xt :. eminirtl i.- cathetford, 'J OMIH ; or .MlS. Hal lb add r.dlroal oui trm tho West aidu of . .. : "r? n !. no .Ionian, ifo of (L V, dordan,! a.dd rivr ( a connection whliHomt im "" onuiifeh'iq Iiiiai. ..i,,!,..,,.! rHi.,.ir "" mi, .mu peuorni tneir easy of U'l'Jillini'fiirri. TnvfiR. ridntnd t pnrtant pyfrlem ol mm Is lieins operninl on ARK OFKKUINn all nrndfanr IMaln, Milium ami Finn Piiniltiir nt greally FAINTS aiii wi MjtiH or sibi rivr Ui connecti in D11U1IS, HHDIGINB8. 'Imw. their comfnrtablo the Smithy, of IUcUmau, Ky. a ceiitarv. and several hiIiioh imwi tn:h. redn. price Wc rarry a full line, at all tliiica, nf with sihi I'aducah, Hickman nnd houiheru ,wl,r- - c,0 HarriH.m will have been worked ou tho Cumberland Jtntlroad, OJlAlitS, IIOOKIMS, TAllUM, lIUHRAUSi WAS1ISTAIM8. YARin!01lR& ievomini bd hold ii liver, but tho ore was not rich lo ,,0,n,H Tho bond afore ahl uliall not be i1tiltor. Tho cIlizenK of Troy have Gil A Mil EH SETS, MATTE ESSES, SPRINGS, Jr., enough to be prolltable, It ta said, the civil ervme .W us afthield :o: ;c; j&z. Tar, :h a Building and Loan Ah ml to said Itallroad rnmpany until eald And wecniranlee our nrleca to be llio 1nu'et (llo ti n trlnl and ho convinced. however, Unit tho specimens ic aiiiidt importunitv- or thooiliec flncfatloii, and tho town promineB lino of KiHroid shdl have lenconipleied ItiV n arpliciliHaiUrioii V.VDEETAKEIVS GOODS, and dlironut alt ompf and trains running through mid city curly taken out indicate a profit, seekers will worrv the iifo out of to grow nn It haa not in all Ita tlllnn In tldn One. Wo rurrv a hr line of Wooden nnd Metallic IJurial Crife thereon, nnd until ihu 1st of Jamitry. Ib'JI. ablo vein. COMPOUN'nF.D.-- ? CATtKKULLY mm - they dot hie gian IfiUgir. Hut upon the coniplrtlon of enid lUllroad, i&r KPRKSCPTIOINS tKf Heplilnj and dob Hork a ipninily. 10 n ' i 'ilaj's Commercial gives lu i;amirl A Frankfort dispatch Investor currency SENSATIONAL DIVORCE IN TEXAS, COUNClli I'ltOCKEDIXGS. IlitKMAN, Kv,Uo 4, H63 O-tnr- utd and ilrltTtred rounHlnicn, me. lront Mamr Mtitrcll; IJ'iok Wilting, Cole, loin Major Miftll t mUI mip"j pMTiile! for In tb' vrdl Hr iihcripi40 in full pAvmoht of ih iifmk I'v il vlty. m Urt-j.r,i'th ImiikU nloill Wi lntcrt the Mch f tli rnipttft rm of rtll l tfoM b4 nfttrntiJ, ami th tr dale of Jmi'wy Ut, IWI, I1 twt liili GROCERIES r1" ..,.,, Tis-1- 1H -- - . x rt' m iu i I . ,itlllni,,rn.a 1 . r'l '! I J. CASE'S. m l n- -' - J-- -- -- 11 eUll or Mutual Li Insurance Company, I i - It-f- rW-tin- ( ' j COTfC-ILL- '3 3 ! n 1 4 i Mt-- Largest, Safest and liest World ASSETS $110,000,000. !$$ ell-i-- Paid Policy 245,000,000. . A. A, Agent, Hickman, Ky. 7'r. ? uin--- r t i roMnr.urs C2 inr in HIGKffiAH BAHK. Ibrk-ran- i'ovi:i CAPITAL, or-,,- ;, - j I , " . 1 o pM-Cii- d iiiyf flor-ifo- Dxswccroos. ,. .. "r""" r,i i 1 rtr ii- - ir & lowi-a- t nb-r- i t Vhie-rieside- rl 3 -f Ie!lw,iniiiwnr l -,i i,K-(JW(lli- -- it- i,t . '" I 1 HKIITWKCK. BALTZHR & CO. - '- IF Ch'7i .VJer'lLrr I ';. John, WiUin, !l5,ii. '?5ffl?f8K6wimmmg T sszAi n 7?into groceries; EICKMANI 1 1- fW. 117 .l3v sssga ff1 I $ . roMnd-aboKt- " - HICKMAN VV HAW V i nl-- 'osr i SaleJ SLL wayiao mt & Oo. 1 1' i if $ q i ) iii-a-i it iwij " . ,dl tt RAolAGE, DR. IlITS Domestic Sewing Machine. HSKIA3rY.tia ! ,J ffi. T, IM ot I h tVZ jut f0 yj ii' t S3 t- -J MfiW LiTeiy & Stall, f four-nnd-adia- A. OMVBH, J. F. GRAY'S, o do-vot- IIMI, IUCKMAlY, KENTUCKY, -- 1 KINGMAN BOMAR. "l ' i Family Groceries. ( 1111 111 TEPMEDNS YL1SR, L-- 1 -- U s i iSi'i '.Iv'f "iZ l::''",1"-- LJ OLD RELIABLE! HOL0OMBE, !?anitiire and Undertaker's nauin -- ('oll-rr':ri,- H; mk ? j 41 IliWMUS, WE Vl - jiit. -- jjc j tot his-tot- j n- 9 v I Mr vXMMjt WSKixSSSS. HltoLil,,,M9l .I&UP1WW' if rrTSvPidiKrUKi'jLjtLHB lmim n tate ibWh uli iLti .i w WWJi"i 4 -- , irt . n. d vim"--!- J - W" mww ' 9 stfrm N, wv I (2) YOdR 3 t " FOR Bisifr vcs2' www wmrwfvf' ii - . ir , r iiin..gTvnrr h,iihjii,p"j, ! wwitwuwiTtPww y ;w v, .mu ttix;ewr ay Kai5H.S any house iu im Section. Out' Stock is Immense! It must be Sold! Gosttc quick, if you wan ESargains. Wc mean Business. Mo time to talk here. mc sec us! VV cis4i"U t .rvTOnTs tj1? cSThinJiaW ihsua v iBMcj m era U JJ3 ES233 E3 iy h C23 Kn issa rs2S csssa El iiiwhKWw I t ! I i ! I i i I ! i I i I I i ! WATOIII, l" J CUMKiU j - -- J ,rir-1- n ,A . BURLING AME, niungcifiniei run i Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, tyusicaLGoods, &g JIHStKt. f Hickman poelety has again favored with that iiiomI delightful entertainment, "Tho Tea," IaHt Tiiday although tho weather was voty forbidding, qnttu a number of tiidltm erend1etl tit the of Mm. C, It. Handle. Tho 'exercises were, reading, praer and Hong. Ono vciy hitea'Btitig leaturo or the oecaBlon waa too 7ti ; ntiil if you would liko to wem Know or wint It consisted I just advise you to attend the Incxt opportunity, oh 'twould bo f refipnotdug on tho columns of tho Coi'uiKit to mention tho urlduH reficflhmeuts. been MIh-Mon- I ni??ri after-uopi- i, ins iaif??TjfifiBnm munyfiAuuii mm n'homaH, IcpI-ilcne- e boen Applied 37 Wi!int Merey, t O OtJiE Already lou nees President of tho Nash-llle- , Chattanonsa & St. Louis Itaflioad, will viMt New York, thia month, to negotiate vUb Mr, Ja Gould, toward effecting a connection of bis toad with tho Iron Mountain at Hickman. Don't you nco ono cutcrptlso stlmubitCH and helps another. Tlio connection of the P. H. & S here, with the Cotton licit, and of tho Nash. & Chat, tatiooga, v.ith tho Iron Mountain and Cotton licit, will make things ooo m. rHinto adIees say that Mr. 33AST HIOSMAST HfiJTFC JETCf. ' 3iArxjTj"-vca,UTtr:iiH GOMPiLSiY. or W. HIOJXBIS l SON, Prop's, JlfTJD COB1T Ageuts for Morris Machino M3AL. and Boilers. nup;10-ly Kcr thing points to a perous future for Hickman. X eVovOe nxV-V pros- Works-Engi- nes ppncTAOi.ni tbftt tie frrtfnl, pwrWi, ctmh, or tmuMed with Wlftdy Colic, TrntLlDg I'alan. tr Bumuch Disorders, c&a to rrllred at onco br Uaing Aclccr'd Uabr Hootlirr It 110 Opium or Jlorpbln, "lime U safo, rrifcO 3 cetit. tuM by by T rV o c. ajwjvv Blood Elixir la tho only jood Itemrdy gunran-UIs r, pr.sltivo care for Ulcers, Erup- It UoMOrSypbUitlol'oIsonlng. Itpnrlfieatbo uhole njfttem, and baulahca all Ithcumallc and Neuralgic iv&ns. Wo gustautto it. J. V. COWGILL, Druggist. d. sar WILL GRIND MEAL EVKIIY SATUKDA Y. a fitrong eompnuy, will appear at City Hall, Wedueflday eveuby, AND TLAP JACK FLOUR, Dec. 12, In Mr. Dcih'm latent rii r. j:. mr at nmllu niicPeen, wiitteu for Mbs Kmitm Cut en, nod played witli PuduoHh ls bragging about u which will great sueeeR, entitled, Kag the new electric light plant, May Dean appealing u Wildwit insist Iter ui:aghtMaitd Mr. Dean tn Muh Logun," together with a full cam of eompelent actor. Mr. D(r.n has alwa.8 gien us good per for "Selling Out" to retire from bust-iics- uianeeH, and wo hope our citizens by the I At of dutiuury. Alt will give him a lull house. A goods at tremondnus reductions. though be ban inet with reverses and miftfoitunen, he fa willing to Candidates Tortlie Legislnturo "try, try again," ami wo hopolm am biting talked of. thine or July ofTorta will be Snloff next will ho time enough. noala openg Monday at Swajne Co'a drug itorc. tut 1" LOCAL xNEWS. Krauk J. Dean, Riippoited J. W. CO WC ILL. Druggist. Uihop Dudley will preach at the Kpiiicopal chinch, In Hickman, on lliursriay and Tilday oveningB of next week, Dec. 13th and 11th. ericcj; begin nt 7:0 p. m. At the pen lee on Fiiday evening tho Ii8liop will administer the ApoH-tob- c Kite of Confirmation. All UnYANT-QAHUN- S1. W -- .i2ir.iut:u. Klt OAYCE--, E. W 11 "W J&. 3Li JLi, - - KSNTTTCEL'Sr, FK S "'V, T73rioasr IffiAX "siBSBrT,""" city, VCKM'IPH are cordially Invitod to attund. h w s: a xv it 12 EVERYBODY OUR and CUSTOMERS arc cordially our btutcment. and- - the trading invited to cnll rerded. tot F03 FLAP JACK FLOUR, - Tlio new Puilueuii, St. Louis 01 u f.mn; ami ur.ijsi.Mxrno niilr vropdrrfut dlfiortff Utk & Chicago railroad is now coin- - m4Uv kt ( hj n 'H7 iu ibis teatrt 17 ptetcd, and in icgulur running op- - IHi lu Hutch! utu l.f r u fur b w?er yHr fhe HiOna oration. btit htr rin! organs rctni!tnnirt To my IlirSiuiaii iYleinN. ami 4falb nrcmeJ (fuminvHt. I'tr moftilM il While I mil ottering; good a at a nul i4r. 4"ugiint inrcbMutlj and coul U.upthl of tii bti)eif uncrltlee, I want jfiu also to have t)r KIhcn rw UmetTtrr for Cnftm umnr iiu; mmv o.n oiiu cor.v 'i nits ntciitv run s.vtx. Ilhick and oolnred llfH) uml w m Hi Mr rHltVMl oti tiltlni. the benefit. thai ti lit U tilffht dm witi tfllks, Mllliut'i), (Monks, &c , all flrt i Iwen wiryloiir itJ going at about holf price. Don't ot Uuk iiu Mr Uolrtr butx . rkti- - Now Laecp, I XUr tii-.MAXBIKSEL. delay. Now KmbrolderioH, vriu W. C. lUilU k 09Lo dJtvi'j.N. 11 . n j. n.riw,rt "0w4 Drews GoouV, A diistnrdly nttompt whs mode lUng iHt iwiro tfur. New Drews TiimudngR, week to' burn tho bright hut New Dre8Stj!e8 Punts, llouse, at Troj,VrHH the Kewn. Tate, oar defaulting Stn'o New Dres Stales Oiulmms, JJnnuvr. Tiefthurer linn been seen in Nev Wiapn, Iteport ban it tlmt a MtKitt 4 mum 4mv New JnelcotP, OwoTrnn . ! i lawyer of KniukfoM, Now Woolen Hosiery, on areient tour of Kurjpe, net New Cotton Hosiery, Tate, and brought hack u propc ! It now appears lobe settled New Cotton Goods, hifi bondmaui, that tho Prehbleot mid Mis. Cleve- tlou fiom him to of big New Flannels, land will go abroad In Juno for a proposing to pay one-hat- f New Carpets, deficit to the State if tho homi-meAearV travel. New Oil Cloth. woubl pay one half. Tin re New Towelfl, mr ri.r jtm Mtr. was a deal of empathy tonunl EN MY New Napkins, tlieno bondMueu at ilrflt, but tl.'lr New Table Linen, Itallroad election on Monday, course mnco Tate'rt Uight 11 Tall to olo changed the public mind tow.nl Now Sitkeand Satins Jan. 7, l&itt. If New Custom-MadShoes, it is eijoiuilent to otiug agalunt them InMcari of meeting the tho proposition. Munition boldly nuriJioucatly, ti ev and the luteHt hhle NOVKLTiKa, uo vi;sr at tho have been hedging on cveiy 6. TOV 51 i;uv vr it t,i. i ui ith t ui!i,. nlblo leptl technicality and bin 1A ntici:, K I u I NwMhift r r m The people want a r LntV all make a long pull, a of alt tlio State Treu uj J. AMIS!! 8 SONS. Mlotig pull, ami a pull alt toilhit Rtoiil, and no man who had an lit for tho new mllroiulf. It oostrt to do with It, can be excused. So Mftst tr nothing, if you get untiring. guilty man aliould escape. Call ? See The fall had been that do we not care to to umuunlly ri&Ic open havinjj heavy cnso:i. tl, (mt ph ijoods left over at the end of the 'r GOODS, Fall and Wintor In heavy OVERCOATS, WRAPS, ceremony in awry briei jet imprcMiva manner Tlicnurrlago waipifttc, only a lew itttimMa friends blns prent '1 be briie way attired In l haudome 'sub of nidioany plush, which fitted her rtiie form to perfection. Oruamentu, diamon-Immediately after ibo ceremonv tho bride change! her drc for traveling n'lit of afttr which they all partook of a untlitwn The bndit pirty left on tbe nuon tr.un, awOip.H)IrI bv a pleasant any of Lull mu ginlvmeu from llun tiitplon They cr tbu reeipientit of u grrit mtny bmditoiiie uud bttautiful too nunier.mi to mention, bit whUh leMifll fotbe Kigli esteem iu wblch buh Id ere Th lrid- - i.o ff our no-- ! hi her nature iIulir UJlert, combining In woman, and everything that Is lovely lias a boat of frtend. Mr. XEryant, tho bridezrcuui, haf, durinfc bis stuy nmong ih, male for liimstlf tlio n&tne in'l repute tlou uf h b)i!ilonel frentleman, aud all ulll be glad tu welcome bim a a citizca of our (own. The Uu "lilies of the en I lit eomaiunlty are with them on their vojae through life. J. pre-nt- Bryant, nf Huntingdon, Term., and Mr. Jeunlo (Jardnur, of tlU chy. Th JJcv. Mr. McCoy pcrformcl OiQ 0'1 of ttiu bride, oo Wclncday, tti by Heir. Mr. McCoy, Mr t). 11 At the residenre int, t 3 IUL f HATS, m &t, g- - NOTIONS, LAOIES'ORESS GOODS, TRIMMED M syr JJ W M J9 - That he has ever carried, and at P3ICSS as LOW as tho LOWEST- In Ho does not fear to compares prices with any ono; and, In fact, hi Stock fs complete in every Department. DaYCull aud examine his goods before buying elsewhere. Clothing and Gents Underwear :r,:e!ilx.a:btj:ej 1? SLi w' I FLAXXrify Oh t On the &ili lUute Bltiftira. int., S. U Ticldf to MUa H"h U74MI 1JU2 SA ttZZl ttti Snllnst. J. intiniiam. r tr5i VT V U, Uo:kman to Mrs., AHiaj) r; ooronrn. Ou Xov 23. AmtJ XiohoU to Ida Plum-in Has a laidllock of the very best makes of all kinds of Hardware which arc offered at ONFPJJICK, and that the very lowest the market justifies. All goods guaranteed to be exactly as represented. S..'V Am-Indi- wc can and will hliow extraordinary in pricon, us wc have determined to push the 3rd Dix.nlCirk On icst, HarrLwn Kracs to Xi .u. 1j JZLi thtir sale. ra9r?: We challenge duiiartion of pricoa on all 1IISAVV W1NTEIUGU0U5 by any competitor. csagSa H I H 2pznrh r&s ffl F z?z2&zm W ih E23E2SI V22 tfk rfacaL m I jii o r;;; r ros i The people of Hickman and vicinity have struck it rich. .Little boys and girls are singing, little babies are smiling, and everybody is happy, nil caused by the great ill!' OPENIK-H- MIWIIII! Souths OF T22B "sOTThe pltxued with It;tM!ANANV didptuy of i7?IP D It ESS GOODS ttml miMMLVUK Tliy my tboy nrcjuit too olngnnt, and ho n!i:.r, nurial! such beautilul sluulft. Don't Juil to ee them before lm tug. f.All! nrewillTihiy tT il P 1 111 W U Stpt tcstiflrx ' I car. tli very moM 4nllrt lrtfK t iiniiliitoiM. Ihpnu, Yi Wnllaro McDowell tho IiIh Auuhnr-Iudepeude- Had Morton. father in editing the Toller. TOV II1MIN4J, ii.oin, P.ir in mult 11 haa sold to Mr. Wallaee will iihkihI '"' a "' 1 CK Thnso posted In eity ttunncoR OHMiro Uri timt tho proposed aid to rt. null oud, if oiod,nilli 1M II. not IneieuHO the rato of taxation one cent. T r Ij lis j cf Bithis asi Ticinitj: It will pay you to go to Union City and attend my Slaughtering Hale of I)i eM3 Condi, ChmlcH, Sltkn, Ilto, IJvery artUde In tho houwe Iiuh been gieatlv tedueed In priee. All must bo nutd by tho lnt of lanuary. MAX 81i:si:iASTi:u)i; IWian;. Citiir-- The Kentucky will meet at Alt tho railroads will give a one and one thlid round tilp nito to delegaten. vnvt r h iu'iw r AAVCnOI III I lHO hm4 r (r Irua Juf kiiI "'tittr 'li r I' riHR iiutil' rtr4liy Tlio Obion Dninoerutmiyntlmt Union City will have built more neu and valuab'e Iiouhch thin ear than In any previous car of Iter biatory, Imuinillo Dec. II, Slato (Jrango which we will always cell at the! In rsx Good KhtuniMi'tn of 10 j(ani utandiru At. luwcht market nttes, kmnllarv, ilrtUffUt, IWUflll. Olii afGOOD -.bo28 J. Amiuiuo'- - Sons, nrlliti firmMI HEWSJOB ALL!! nuillfllii t nv n 1 J.A I L'JVi ir( hARtlMt ih inv tM vr-- ' t Xfrlrn U ) AMI HIM liriTIOV THAT TIiohmhiIi of ifn V.crlc lhif , IIII. Wll,li c.i,i, IVck, We learn that A. tintc ntMil tl)'r nllinnnv, m llm' the Ft a I 5HI1I I late cl the firm of Owuby t: Oo.J, A bettor selection of Gr.Nrs Mapi; ' I f ri?i i tiniinintii iiini IIircro i lirr MIS. J6B9 3 UCimiJVI I OUaHUlj a site at Nisnixci Goods and Ukadv of (lit Uvrr, Ki iitrjn this eit, has secured iU curt nil liulr ll tr n ItoneM Hickman for the purpose of erect- OLormvo, Hoors, Snnr, Ha in, OmIj or IUahI mitt evandne the large and elegant J, W CowrfPI Urujj S'ore ing it large machine shop and Cats, Ac, than we have in our lino of MATS just received tiotu f(innilt'. Thus ITnloti Cil lohea Stock. HVtaemi what ice ny I that Xcw York. Also, an endless The Covernorhas appolded one of tho finest macldniata tdio1 wo will Roll tbeo goodi down at of Ni vol ties in Kibbons, Col. A W. IlamiUou, of Mt Ster ever had. and our unlet little ROCK BOTTOM PRICES, and IHriM, Wing ami Feathers. You ling, and Hon, Thntmm S. (iumdy, neighbor Union Gtuiranhe Sn tit faction. tho gainer, Wo are will llud in her store everything is of Spilngfleld, delegaten foi the City Anchor. headquarter for all kinds of itub-b- kept in the Millinery line. Also. State at large to tho National Cat Goods and Gum Coats, and al- a fu Hue ot Goods for Kanc llo (iroweiH Convention, wlileh ways keep the Lest brands. Vik of til! Mtmtt. Kxerj thing In Chicago on tho lGdi of meetH mj28 lias been done to secuio lor her J. AMiiniia's Son's. Decmnber. tbomamls suffering from Asthma, Con customers tho most choice and aimiptlnti, Coech", Ho. VU you ever try Acker 'a KngllBli Itemcdvf It U tho best IturUlru'w Aritlin Hn r r!qot lino ot goods In the maiket. known for all Lung Troubles, can fail to bo pleaded. Thk Wo aro sorry to learn thcro Skvk In the worM fur Cu', pvpttrntlonposltlvo guarantee at 10c, C0c, Bold oa a Rrtilmy orrn Ulcirn, Hill Ith mi, Vvwr Patrouago sollcitod and satisfactIs talk of two of our largest fie, t'fttpr, Cliapiml IKii'ln, itilblmn, J, W.COWtnLL.Diuggist. moving from Union City. ion guaranteed. selil Curu, inet rtll Mtiu Kruplioim, and Jh Upon inquiry, wo lenrn t hat tho cure- - I'Him, or im P It lively irh " Tlio result of tliool)servations s, it. iKVinso.v, mi, U iMr.ui ire J to (jito cause of removal Ih tlio want of uufiuti erfc Don 1st, wilt bo In Hickman, Mon- ,unl room, tho lailroad company iii'ilobytho Imnlers of lienr and or monoy rvfandinl Crliw 26 cent Hot. lVr ailo by J. V, Towgill, Drug day, Dee, 10th, and remain all tho having ordcicd tho removal of the o n.er game, hi and small, fs tliat woek. Ollleo at tho Laclede Ho-te- lumber ftom tlieirgiound. Iu our the approaching winter is going to be ''pretty durned snug." Cold On uid after Jan, 1, 1SS1), he opinion, it will bo u "dark Tho I'rcHidont ot tho Cotton wilt locate permanently In Hick-ur- for Union City wIiimi wo lose du" wcathor Is to set iu early, and our t ir ro will bo at Hett road, uh wo aio ubsuicd, Iiia least tvontycfght for the piaetico of hia pro luctoricH. Union City Anchor. In. vy snow storms. Iu support positively piomlHed to meet tlie fusion, wlien Ids ollleo will be OlU' IH4I) UW'i iiivn rlwr U Ulttl44 rtt tllcctr! )h, 'It t '1 ii A'rcsh Supply I JL- -. "VU'-itTa- . if sz, b m .S-feoo3s. 6S33 & A GH rriucJy. In HImI llt vtty Staple and Fancy Groceries f 4II STovs for Ono! at S1S,000 ht v 1 wi MTniiivn luiiim Dry (iQods, Dlothlsg, Bootgj Shoes, lafej Etcj,.j of I va-iie- t. Which is offered, to the people at really their own prices. Goodbye high prices! THE NEW YORK STORE has come to stay, and Hickman will soon be on a BIG BOOM ! er 3FS.3E!.i&.:0. ijiiuiurMt. m Suits worth S7.f for W.OO. m gootl Suits at 83.50. Just think A good suit for 83.50. 1 S.E3j5l23. flrttllrt tutu avv nut Tn... tnltnn nv wuwtu nt.1 aha .M juiiiroii;o n 5ct and yon will want lOOOyaids r 2rS.S3.Z3. Would you believe It, wo have n big lot of Towels, with fancy 75 Sni's worth o.00 for $4.00. hr yte nt tliat pilcoA Wo uru calltug lOo Domestics at 8c per yntd. )o( bordeis, at 5 cents """'' hie-lori- 1 1 ri Nig lot 81i!.ri0 Suits for 83.50. 75 KpthiK Htjlo 82." Suits lor 820. Fine Suits at big bitrgains. ir l. n ti.i: iniK in mind, &S. road at Hickman, lvecp; auu also that it means two new tallioadd, i'M 11, & opr (owgill'a drugotore. Mr. ,), W.Strangbam, Iiuh jowd-or- , recently located In Ilbl Ih now ready to uptur jewelry, watches, clocks, &c, AH lie askri Ih fair tual, an Ida woiU man, and will 11 Of tlio good thlnrsof thU V1 VVXX v lfo ftro f.orroYtully let fthno on arcount of ITHpopIa. Ackcr'd l)vapopla Tablets will euro P'pepsU. Ir llroathm ond Conttipatlon; rnd on n pt'sltlvo uuaranteu at 13 and CO ctnt, by Nflffl Hnnl? iUV'J MVUkh MWhWs 1 m d AirT (t'irh'or'-- " re Hoik of llmikii. Sititlonorv, Vanf (htoiU o I will continue Io Wep on hatul attlio oU h'hiiJ, iico(nnh.t4 Una uf km lliviti nurch 1 50 1 25 200 pairs iWts nt 00c per m 41 2 00 1 50 pair. Nig barguiu! Come quick! (( 2 50 2 00 Good Pants at 81.00 per pair. 14 ;t 00 2 50 Pants wot th 82.00 for 81.25. (I a 75 5 00 it Ono lot Pants worth 82.50, 83.00, 81.00 and 85.00; como get them And so ou Please noiider ofer oi their assertion that the advent for 81.50, 82.00, S3 00 and 81.00. these prices n lew minutes and' oi cold weather may bo looked notice the amount of money yon ft' e.uly, they point to tho fact ' CAN YOU SMIM5! can save. t' t rain has fallen on twentv-tw10 dozen .Men's Hats at 25 o each. I)ojh' and Chddron'a Shoes of all s of last month, and at times These are good Hats, and to get - 'hough the very Hood gates of kinds at i iitcs that will paralye yoa wit'i astonishment. ouejou will havcto eoiuoquick. " ivcn nan opened. The ground PANTS. H SHOES! SHOES! In this lino wooffer big bargains: w 81 25 Shoes for 81 00 1IEKK YOU AKK! A big lot of Calico at 5c, wot th 0c. Our 5c Calicoes ate the best iu tho market. Look! . LADIES, ATTENTION! Good fancy bordered handker chiefs at all puces. lhn Sprends from 75e lo $5.00. Laces and Embroideties in all vn liettcs at the New York Store, D11KS.S o Come and see tun t legaut stock of pretty Patterns, at low figures. Our stock of Hats and Caps wo offer at very low piices. A big lot Coi sets cry low. GOODS. ft 4 Clovebuid aont in IiIa last anon Clinton HtreiU, in the lleieud building, two doors west of Ilieu nual message to Congress Monday, I bavo !) Hliow (aflea, t! large It is bold, man Jlauk. I Safe, Millinery Cuhc, novtf ment a of his uulliuehlugta endorse- t pieviouu leduu-HtovoH, OHIee Kiture8, vte., About WO.000 havo been rim- ion messages, and makes every which I will Hell Oil HA l Call or ed by the Inaugural committee to Democrat in tho laud tlio moic M'rlto before IsUof Januaiy. glvo PiCHideut-ulee- t HaiiiHou a i egret that he was not readecteil. MAX MKMKIj, Iluirab for Cleveland and Tliur-magrand hoimI otV when tho de7-l- t Union City. Ajax retires on tho 1th. of MembranouH croup Ih prevail- Maruh. nro ing In Fulton to an alariulug de?2fv.o l10 WdWrcn, They sudden poclnlly carll. IJUCliAXAXhn(nmn,t Colds, Coughs, Croup, llablo to Cough, gree, and children are being refit Whooping gecri In tho country, down peo- elegant lino of (loiita' Clotliin, etc. Wo giiftrantro Ar!.r'n EngllaU ple never putfer from thin disease, tlio best ilttlug, luM madu and t e ltemcdy a os!tlo euro. It kaves Sold by in Hickman, Call and lioara of auxloua watehlug, and therefore there need be no cbeaou muu tlieni. Juaia from audi. Druggibt. .I.W.COWniLL. Mir-lor1 Car-pet9 Deino-crailo n Morcliants. Hpeakfforielf. J.W. COWOILL, Diuggist. i ' IHm nhop is SCHOOL ItOOh'S, STAriOXKKr, ynwsrAPKns, MJOAZliVRS, r. Any of th abo?o not In stock nil! be Tho Secretory of War in his prnmpily prouirwl upon npplicnliQn, n mrt to Congress, mibmittcd Come and tit ni" M iiiln)', c2l J. CUNT, i:lliiox. rocommouds an appro. .Uinn of 8181,750 additional for I trees nro being r.ipidlv deniV of their tnuguilleent foliugo, iv other signs indicate that all mi'iiro is icady for a long sleep. I saturated with water, streams I ponds are full to ovci flowing, I So, 1 kind reader, after you inne carefully read this advertisement, which is given to you in good faith, we ask you to consider awhile, and if you want to save money, Our member, V, J. Stone, on Tuesday, intiodueeda joint in Congress, pioposlng an atueudiueut to tho Constitution providing for the election of Pies ident by a direct vote of tho pec pie, and abolishing tho electoral college humbug. icho-lutlo- tilmr improvementHat Hickman, d e25,000 additional for Cnltim-i- ' . The understanding Is that irkwill commeucoat Ilickiuan nearly next spring as tho stage i water will allow, and they liiivonn additional appro, pnation by that. time. Tliero's too ti mcIi km! tapo about it, NEST !. i COME O) E2?22:3 IS? M 'Srl3g, TOTW- SOLDSTBEN" s. jas DOOR TO K. & as :b: vm'9, GOLDFAK ac &? niCKHAN, is arj in? i5 II. MAXWELL'S, ESKIUCSY. "tffttr- V. mv. Am wt nm9mW"ww',m mvBKPBIW' "" 'fg v "" sjggR V - IjlaB laSEafEv " . . -- 'S$3 vnnivi jsww 7 'jsAfiagynSMMigMliB" QKMSa V" "" . Ttf- "HIWP -, ? tustatn our MinThe estlmsted receipts for the year endtri rommnnlsm of combined wealth and capital Canada and Newfoundland, f regret M ssy, seat to the naytlen waters aro not satisfactorily adjusted. Theso mat- ister and for the protection of the persons sad Jone ar 1BW, are Mn,(XXt and the estimated the outgrowthofovcrwccaiM-- ' cupidity and the ters were fully treated In my message to the property of American citizens. Due precau- ordinary expenditures for the same time arc which 1nldluoolj undermines riVTCT.ISiSi, showing a surplus ot 1101,51,-61- ! Justice and Integrity of fre Instltntions, Is not Bcnate of February K, IE, together with tions hare been taken to enforce our neutrality AA less dangerous than the communism of op- which a convention cbntluded under my au- laws and prevent our territory from becoming by thority with her Majesty's government on the the baso of military supplies for either of tho pressed poYcrty and toll aun, eian-crnteThe foiegolng statements ol surplus do not Injustice and discontent MtatKn with wild dis 15th of February last, for the removal of all warring factions. Under oolor of a blockade, take Into account the sum neee ssiry to bo ex onlcr tho cltldel nr rule He mocks tho people cauesot misunderstanding, was submitted by of which no reasonable notice had been given, pended to meet the requirement ot the sinkand which does not appear to have been rtt ing fund act, amounting to more than ll7.o,rt w ho proposes that the Oovi runient shall protect me forthe approval of the donate. This treaty having been rejected by the Sen, clenlly maintained, a seizure ot vessels annually. the rich and that they In tarn will care forthe Surplus Deplores ate 1 transmitted a message to the Congress on the American flag has been reported, n.d, in laboring oor. Tho cost of correcting the custom revenues laws theSSdof August last reviewing the transac- consequence, measures to prevent and redress for the last fiscal tear was 4 41 per cent t for A Just and sensible revalon of our lariit should be ma to for tho rf.icf of those of our tions, and submitting for consideration cerula any molestation ot our Innocent merchantmen the year l(W5 it was S.n per cent Products countrymen who suffer under present condi- recommendations for legislation concerning the have been adopted. The excess ot Internal revenue taxes colProclamation was duly made on thevth diy lected during the last fiscal year over those col tions, Such a revision should rcct h e the sup- Important questions Involved. Afterward, on the mh of September, In re- of November, 1887, of the convent'onal exten lected forthe )ear ended June 9 W was port of all who love that justice nnd equality and the cott of collecting this rev due to American citizen! of all who realize sponse to a resolution of the Senate, t ngnlo slons of the treaty ot June 3, ltCft, with Hawaii that In this Justice and quality our Govern- communicated fully all the Information In my under which relations of such special aid lcne enue decreased from 4 iercent in IwC.tolcss ment finds Its strength artJ its power to protect possession as to the action of the Government ficlent Intercourse have been created. &per rent for the last year The tax thsn In tho vast field of rlental commerce now collected on oleomargarine was IJi9tM0l for the citizen and his properut cf & who believe of Canada, affecting the commercial relation the Dominion and tha United States, In unfolded from our Pad flo borders, no tea ire the year ending June J,lrTt and itfillS-Wfo- r that the contented compel ' n and comfort of many accord better with inn spirit of our Insti- cludlrg the treatment of American fishing ves-sel- s presents stronger recommendations for Con tho follow ing year. In the porta and waters of llrillsh North gresslonal action than the establishment of A Review of the Varions Departments tutions than colossal forum unfairly gather Tho requlrments of the Sinking Fund Act telegraph w th have been mM for the year ending Juns V. id in the hands of a few ot alt who appreciate America. The communications have all been communication by IN"-- ; and for the current year also by the pur among our published, and therefore opened to the knowl- Honolulu. that the forbearance and traUrnlty of tiic Goremmcnt. The geographical position ot the Hawsi an chase of bonds. people, which recognlzo tbo value of every edge of both I!ouse,s of Congress, although two After complying with this American Interest, are the surest guaranty of were addressed to tho Senate alone. Comment Group, In relation to our Pacific States, i re- law, as positively required, and bonds surd our national pt ogress and call who desire to upon, or repetition of their contents would be ntes a natural aud matusiHy dent for that purpose has been bought at a eo the products of Araeruan skill nnd lngenu superfluous, and I am not aware that any thing of interest which cur present treaties were in- premium. It was deemed not prudent to fur lt orld with a resulthas since occurred which should be added to the tended to foster, and which make close comIher expend the surplus In such purchases un Tho FIshorloB Quostlon Is In nn ing In evtry market of the commerce. munication a logical and commercial nteet. ly til t:.H nuthcrity to elo so should bo more ex facts therein stated. restoration of American The wisdom of concluding a treaty of c m pllcit A resolution, however having been Therefore, I merely repeat as applicable to The pccsity ot th rtuuvitou of our reveUnsatisfactory Condition. nue Is so apparent ns to be generally conceitthe present time, the statement which will be tnerclal reciprocity with Mexico has been h re passed by both Houses of Congress removing tofore stated in my message to Congress, and all doubt as to executive authority, dailv purshall found in my message to the Senate of Septemed. Hut tho means by whUh this end lapse of growth chases of bonds were commenced on the M and time be accomplished, and the sum of direct benefit ber 12, lasti 'That since March S, 1W7( no case the with and have continued until that close neigh or day of April Hf-which shall result to our vllzens, present a has been reported to the Department of Stato of commerce TIi Rnektllle West Tplnodo Touelieil I'pnti controversy of tho utmost importance There wherein complaint has been made ot unfriendly and sister Itepubllc, confirm tho Judgment so the present time lly this plan bonds of the The precise or unlawful treatment of American fishing expressed. of cur Government not yet dne havo been purchased should bo bo schemo accepted as satisfactory IimIImii Question, l'mslon, ami Tlie boundary line Is needful, and adequate art" up to and Including the 30th day ot Novem by which the burdtns of th people aie only ap. vessels on the part of the Canadian authorities. Our 1'uriluu IteUtlon rrtttjr priatlon Is now recommended. In w htch reparation was not promptly and satisbcr, IfreA amounting, to hl,T00.4l the preparently remov cd. Extra asnl appropriations Thoroughly Illscusseit It Is with sincere satisfaction that I am ena- mium paid thereon amounting to IKJaH of public money with all their demoralizing: factorily obtained by the United States Consul-Gener- al consequences, at Halifax." Having essayed in the bled to advert to the spirit ot good neighbor- - CUtX should not be tolerated, of these and eonnllaiion The premium added to the princlp-seither as a means of rellev Ing tho discharge of my duty to procure by negotiation nooaana friendly g ielding about tw. cause of dis- that has marked the correspondence and at t on represents an Investment The President's rrtca$re delivered to Con Treasury of Its present surplus, or ns the settlement of a press on the 3d. contains over twenty thoufurnishing pretexts for reiUtng a proper reducpute and to remove a constant menace to the of the Mexican authorities tn their shire of the per cent interest for tho time they still had to task of maintaining law and order about the runt and the saving to tho Government sand words. The follow ing ts a sy nopsis ot tho tion m tariff rates. Kxlsllnj evils and Injustice good relations of the two countries and continclocumonti represented by the difference between th should be honestly recognized boldly met and uing to be ot the opinion that the treaty ot Feb- line of our common boundary. g The boundary dfsputo between amount 1o tht Vongrut of tht I'nit ,t Statea 'at ruary last, which failed to receive tho approval effectively remedied. There should be no cesof Interest at two per pracCosta HIca and Nicaragua was referred to my upon As you ossimblc for the discliareo of the sation of tho strugglo until a plan Is perfected, of the Senate, did supply a satisfactory, the sum paid for the princi upon a basis arbitration, and by an award made on IV tM pal nnd premium and what It would have paid duties you h axe assumed llio reprcscnta fair and conservative in ward existtne Indus tical and final adjustment Uses ol a free und generous people, our meet- - tries, but which win reduce tse cost to consum honorable and Just to both parties ot the diff- ot March last tho question has beea fUrftfy set- for interest at the rale specified on the tonds it is to their maturity run With ers or me necessaries or life, wnti it pcovmm icult and tcxed question to which It related;" tled to the expressed satisfaction ot both of the they had 49. Ing Is marked by an tmpresslc IncMtct, first parties In Interest si. at At about the expiration at tht present session of ihe for our manufacturers the advantage of trer asd having aubcquently and unavalllugly IJ7.1&ki. a proi be to seem Congress, the first cehtkry if tmr constitutional The Empire of llrazll. In abolUting the last. this legislation to Congress which would raw materials and permits no Injury to the existence as a Nation III bo completed. Our Interests of American labor. The cauc for I hoped would sufflcof to meet tho exigency restlge ot slavery among the ChMtlan nations, I table and sensible transaction on the part aurvHal fur one rmndredcars Is not sufficient which the baflc Is wjged Is comprised within created by the rejection of the treaty, I now called forth thorarncst congraiUtlons of this of the Government but as suggested by the Sec to assure us that e no longir hao dancers to lines rtiarlv und distinctly defined It should again evoke the earnest and Immediate atten- Governrnt la exprrsticn of tfe cordial yta rotary of the Treasury, tho surplus thus ex fear In the maintenance, with Ml u proiPld never bo Com promised. It is ins people's tion of the Congress to the condition of this Im- pathlcsotour people. The Aalms of nearly pended for tho purchase ot bends was mony blessings, of a government founded upon tho cuuse portant question as It now stands before them all other countries against Chn. grow ing out of drawn (mm the itmnle in excess of anr actual freedom of the people. The time- rather lid It can not be denied that the selfish and prl- and the country, and for the settlement of her late war with Hollvla an J Pert, hare best ! need of the Government and was so expended mon'shes us to soberly Inquire whether In the vnte Interests which are so persistently heard which I am deeply solicitous. Near tho close disposed of, either br ariiltrsilan or br a lump rather than to allow it to remain Idle In tne past wehac alws, closely kept In the courso when efforts are made to deal In a just and of the month of October last, occurrences of a settlement rUmllarcUlics a our citizens will Treasury If thlssurpu under the operation of safety, and whether we hae before us a crraprcbtnslve manner with our tariff laws are deeply regrctnble nature were brought to my continue to be urged upon th Chilean Governof Just and equitable laws had been tefi lu Uic way plain and clear which leads to happiness related to. It they are not responsible for the knowledge made It my painful ment, and It Is hoped will, not be subject to hsnds of the people It would have been which and perpetuity obtain, further delays, The citizen of our ltr public sentiment largely prevailing among the people but duty worth In their buslniusnt least 6 per cent per to imperatlvo In Its early days rigidly insisted upon full com that the general government Is tho fountain of with as Utile delay as possible, a new A comprehensive treaty 0 amity and com-mer- e annnm. Ieductlng from the amount of later pllaticewith tho Utter cf this bund, and saw Individual and private aid) that It may be ex- personal channel ot diplomatic Intercourse In with Peru was proclalned on November est upon the irlrdpal ami premium of these stretching out before him a clear Held for Indl pected to rt II eve with paternal care tbouiv this country with tho Government ot Great 7, last and It is expected tlut under Us opera londs for the lime they had to run at Ihe rate ot UuaJ endeavor. tress of citizens and communities, and that Ilritaln. The correspondence tn relation to this tlon mutual prosperity and good under landing 6 per cent the saving oft percent wade forthe hen the experiment of our Coverrinent was from the fullness of Its treasury It should, upon Incident will In due course be laid before you, willt rt promoted. people by the purchase of such bonds, the loss In pursuance of the polly of anltrstlon, a will appear to bitt?0 OKI umtrrtnkt n the chart adopted for our guidance tho slightest possible pretext of prompting the and wilt disclose the unpardonable conduct of was the Constitution. Departure from the line 1 his circulation would seem to demonstrate general good, apply public funds to the benefit the official referred to In his interference by ad treaty to settle the claim of Santos, an Amerithere laid down is failure It Is oiily by a strict of localities and Individuals. Nor can It be de vice and counsel with the suffrages of Amerl-ca- can citizen, against Fcuadcc has been conclud- that If cxcetslve and unnecessary taxation ts adherence 1o the. direction they Indicate, and nied that there is a growing atsump Presiden- ed under my authority, nn will be duly sub- cont'nued and the Government Is forced to citizens In the very crisis of the by restraint within the limitations they Hx, that tlon Govern-tagainst tial election, then near at hand, and also ta his mitted for approval ot thefenate. pursue this policy of purchasing Its ow n bonds as that, the we can furnish proof to the world of tho ntnui to Like disposition or theclalm of Carlos Ilut at the premiums which l wtl be neee-sar- y 'nt and In favor of private claims subsequent public declarations to Justify his Execu-tlvean- d of the American people for self government. and of Van Itokel pay. the loss to the people will be hundreds ol tcrfild against Denmark and Interests, the uual rules and limitations of action, superadding impugnment of the The equal und exact Justice of which we business principles and just dealing should be Senate of the United States, in con- len, Haytl, will probably e made, sod I trust millions of dollars boist as tho under!) Ingiiincipleot our Insti- waived. These Ideas have been unhappily nection with Important questions now pending tbo principle of such settemenls rosy be exSince the purchaeof bonds was undertaken tutions shoul 1 not be conn tied to the relations much eucouraged by legislative acquiescence tended In practice nndtv the approval of the as ment.oncd nearly all that have bem In controversy between the two Governments. of our citizen to each other. The (Jo, eminent Kelfef from contracts made with the GovernThe offenso thus committed was most grave. Senate. were at last accepted. It has been nude quiet Jtsclf Is under bond to the American people, ment Is too easily accorded la favor of the citi- Involving disastrous posiblllttes tn the good reThrough unforeseen .i,xu to the apparent that Ihe Government was in clanger that 1n the exercise of Its function) ard zen, tho falturu to support claims asrtlnst lations or the United States and Great Ilritaln, will of both Gorernmerts, the ratification of of being subjected to combination to raise powers H w.ll deal with the body of the Government by proof, la often supplied by constituting a gross breach of diplomatic priv- the convention of December a, IvA with Ven- their price, as appHr by the tntane ete 1 bj ourcltltens in a manner scrupulously honest no better consideration than the wealth of the ilege and an lnvnlon cf the purely domestic ezuela, for the rehearng ot claims of citizens the Steretary of the ordering ol boft.14 of ta par and fair and absolutely just. It has agreed Government and the poverty of the claimant affairs and essential sovereignty of the Govern of the United States ruder tie treat? of IMA alueof only MX.Oso often that the that American citizenship shall be ltd only Gratuities In the form of pensions aro granted men! to which the Envoy was accredited. Hav failed to exchange wltatn the term pro Tided, galoot the sums demanded for their purebasn credential necessary to justify the claim of upon no other real ground than the needy con Ing first fulfilled the Just demands of Internaand a supplementary convention, further ex- amounted to more than f lfcToaosi equality before tho law that no condition ditlonotthc applicant, or for reasons less vul tional comity, by according free opportunity for tending the time for exchange or rat teat Ion, Notwithstanding the large sums paid out la In life shall give rise to discrimination In tho id; and large sums are expended for public Her Majesty's Government to act In relief ot and explanatory of an ambiguous provision of the purchase nf Ihe surplus in It Treastreatment of the people h the Government. the situation. I considered prolongstlonot dis- the prior convention C9W awaits the advice and ury on the 3)lhday of November pA was liJ, buildings and other Improvements upon repredeId these day the frugality of the people was sentations scarcely claimed to be related to cussion to be unwarranted, and thereupon consent of the Senate SM,f 01 After deducting about f hod ro just ptamped upon their government, and was en- public needs and necessities. Although this matter. In the stage referred, drawn cut forthe payment of pmaio&s at the clined to further recognize the diplomatic chap forced by the fre, thoughtful, and tuleliigeul The extent to which the consideration of such acter of tho person whose continuance In such concerns only the concurrent treaty-maki- ng close ot the fiscal year endc Jane rs 1W7 suffrage of the citizen. Combinations, monopomatters subordinate and poslpono action upon function would dostroy the mutual confidence power of one branch of Congress, 1 slrert to there had been coined under the eoiopnUory lies, und aggregations of capital were cither subjects of great pub'fc Importance, but In- which Is essential to the gcol understanding of it In view of the In h rest repeatedly and con- - silver rolnaiM aei jfct uw in silver dollars. avoided or sternly regulated and restrained. splclously shoe . by you, in your legislative tiVMHOof which were tn the hands of the volving no special private or partisan Interest, the two Governments, and was Inconsistent The pomp and glitter of governments less frco should arrest attention aid lend to reforma- with the welfare and self reaped ot the Gov capacity, In favor of a speedy andcpiltable people On the 3)1 h day of June. lN?i there offered no temptation and presented nodelu tion. A few of the numerous Illustrations of ernment of the United States. adjustment of the question growing t of the had been coined W.7tKTftl and of this .a Hon to the plain people who sldo by side In this conditions may be stated. The crowded The usual Interchange of communication has discredited Judgments of the prevu is mixed Wftarj was tn circulation In cotn and la 7 T friendly competition wrought for the ennoblecondition cf the calendar of the Supreme since continued through Her Majesty's legntlon commission of Caracas, With every 'slre to In sliver certificates, for the redemption of ment and dignity of man, for the solution of Court, and the delay to suitors and dentals of In this city. do justice to the representations of Vnczuela which silver dollars to that amount were held the pro b cm of free government and for tho justice resulting therefrora, has been strongly My endeavor to establish, ty International In this regard, the time seems to have nme to by the Government achievement of the grand estlny awaiting the urged upon the attention ef the Congress, wlih cooperation, measures for the prevention ot end this matter, ami I tmt the prompt eon-firOath SUhdayuI November. Iw. til'STJ s land which God had given them. A century aplnnf'Mhe relief of the sltsatlsx; approved th extermination of st ion by both parties ot the supplementary Vt) hsd been coined, f3,93 90 of the silier la Hehring Our cities arc the abiding plate tn, will avert the need 'legislaby those well able to Judge of Its merits. While Sea have not been relaxed, and I have hopes action rc'e-rdollars were actually tn otrcuiatlon, and tXl of wealth and luxury; our manufactories yieid this subj-- ct remains without effective consider of being enabled shortly to submit an effect- tive or other action to prev ent tho lonr r w Win certificates. fortunes never dreamed of by the fathers of the tlon many laws have been passed providing for ive and satisfactory conventional project as may such rights ot actual claimants The Secretary recommends the suspension of Hvpubllc;our business men are madly Mrlvliu the holding of terms ot inferior courts at places with the maritime powers for the approval be shown to exist the further coinage of silver, and tn such ree In the race for riches, and Immense aggrega to suit the convenience cf localities, or to lay of the Senate. The coastal boundary be. AsatithorizH by the Congress, pre mlnary omroendatkm I earnestly concur. Vor further pot-.luii- -i tion oi capital outrun ihe imagination In th ud Hrilish steps have teen taken fortlmasvembla1 at this valuable Information and timely recommends oppUtaUou ih Tac osr Alaskan the foundation of an magnitude of their undertaking- - We view tion ol a new public bulld.ng. Columbia, I regret to say, has not received Tapltal during the coming year, ot the tion 1 ask the careful attention of tht Conwlih satisfaction this bright p cturo of our Repeated recommendations hare been sub- the attention demanded by Its Importance representatives of South and Central gress to the Secretary's report country's growth and prosperity, while only a mitted forthe amendment and change of the and which, on several occasions heretofore, American States, together with th--e of The President then reviews ths reports of closer ci u tiny derelops a somber shading. laws relating to our publle lands, so that their I hive had the honor to recommend to the Moxiro, Ifnytl and San Doxlag? to dU Cabinet eEerxcommwiog w tU Uiat vt Upon more csreful Inspection we find the spoliation and dlrcrslon to other uses thau as ConzreM The admitted Impracticability, U cuss sundry Important monetary sad comthe Secretary of War. going fully Into the wraith and luxury of our cities mingled with homes for honest settlersinight bo prevented. not Impossibility, of making an accurate and mercial topics. Kireptlne fg !!? cases vnese reports, and seconded the reeom poverty and wretchedness and unrcmunera-tir- e While a measure to meet this conceded necesprecise survey sua uemaraation or tne boun- where, from reasons ot continuity cf ter- mendatlons made by the Cabinet officers The toil. A crowded and constantly increasing sity ot reform remains awilting the Congress, dary line. a it Is recited in the treaty with Rus- ritory and the existence of a borvr line death of General Shiri-da- a ts referred to ta urban popu'atlon suggests the Impoverishment many claims tothe puMJelaMi ai! applications sia under w htch Alaska was ceded to the United Incapable of being guarded, reciprocal rammer touching terms. The report of the Seere of rural arctlons and discontent with agriculfor their donations In favorof States and indi- States, renders It absolutely requisite, for the clal treaties may be found expedient j Is be- tary of the Navy, already made public Is tural pursuits. The fanner's son, not satisfied viduals, have been allowed. A plan In aid of prevention of International jurisdictional com lieved that commercial policies lnduA; freer at length. In regard to pensions, be management recommended by those plications that adequate appropriation for a mutual exchange ot products can be rsost ad- ssys- with his father's s'mplo und laborious life. Joins the eager chase for cavil, acquired wealth. well Informed, as containing valuable features reconnoldance and survey to obtain proper vantageously arranged by Independent bit coOne hundreiljant two different rates ot penWe discover that tho fortunes realized by our n furtherance of the solution ot the Indian knowledge of the locality and the geographical operative legislation. In the mode last men- sions aro paid to then ranging manufacturers are no longer solely the reward problem, has thus far failed of legislative sanc- features of tho boundary should be authorized tioned the control of our taxation tor revenue from J to 1 116 M per month. The amount paid of sturdy Industry and enlightens! foresight, tion, whl!c grants cf douuUul exiwJtency to by Congress with as little delay as possible. will be always retained tn our own hands unre- for pension durtns the fiscal year wa but that they result from the discriminating railroad corporations, permitting thun to pass Knowledge to be only thus obtained is an es- stricted by conventional a; recm cms wiUi other wil 9i, bHng ai increase over the preo'iru favorof the Government and are largely built through Indian reservations, have greatly mul- sential prerequlsltrt for negotiation forascer governments. yearoff.3IH,t?s)W. upon undue emotion from the masses of our tiplied. taming a common boundary, or as preliminary In conformity also with CongTesstoaai auThe number of pensioners added to tht The propriety and the necessity of the erecthority, the maratlme powers have Nfn IrHted r!U during the fiscal yenr ended Jane people. The gulf between ernplojers and the to any other mode of settlement employed Is constantly widening and classes aro tion of one or more prison for the confinement It Is much to be desired that some agree- to confer In Washington In April next upon SX ltw, ts ff).:"4, and Increase ot was rapidly forming one comprising the very rich of United Stales convicts, and a pott office ment should be reached with her Majesty's the practicability of devising uniform rales and granted In 43.71 cases The names of 1&.73) and powerful, while In another aro fuund the building lu the National Capital aro riot dis- Government by which the damage to life and measures for the greater security of Ufa ami pensioners wrre dropped from the rolls durputed. Hut these needs et remain unanstoiling poor. property on the great lakes may be alleviated property at sea. A disposition to acept en the ing the year for various causes, and at the close wered, while scores of public buildings have by removing or humanely regulating the ob- port of a number of the powers has already ot the year the number or the pensioner of all As we view the achievements of aggregated capital, wo discover the existence of trusts, beeu erected where their necessity fur public stacles to reciprocal assistance to wrecked or been manifested, and u the of the classes Of receiving pensions was iM7 The act ot June 19, ISrs, nations chiefly Interested shall tw. acqr-combinations and monopolies, while the citizen purposes is not apparent. tm stranded vessels. survivors of the war f there were A revision of our pension Isrs could easily be which effers to Canadian Is struggling far In the rear or Is trampled to ffr oe-t- s to port ant results may be confidently anticlpited 1113, I0.T87 widows of those who served in that death uu Iron heel Corporations which made, which would rest upoa just principles our inland waters In aid ot wrecked or disabled The act of June at, l&U and the acta an- nd war 1HPY) sokllers of tho Mexican war, and snouia o ine carefully restrained creatures of andprovldo for every worthy applicant Ilut vessels, has not yet become effective, through atory thereof. In relation to tonaged d ie. 0,101 widows of said soldiers. the law and the servants of the people, are fast whlle our general pension lawi remain confused concurrent action of Canada. bare given rise to extended corresponu- - ace The message closes with reference to a report becoming the people's masters. The due protection of our citizens of French with foreign nations, with whom wo bate ex it of the Commissioners of the District of ColumStill con and Imperfect, hundreds of our private pension gratulatlog ourselves upon the wealth and laws are annually passed, which are the sources origin or descent from claim of military service lngtreatles of navigation and commerce and bia and certain recommendations in behalf of prosperity of our country, and complacently of unjust discrimination nnd popular dsssra'.I In the event of their returning to or visiting have caused wide and regretable divergent e of the Government and of the charitable Inst z at ton. contemplating every Incident of change insepFrance, has called forth correspondence which opinion In relation to the Imposition of the tlonsof the District Appropriation bills for th support of the was laid before you at the last session. arable from these conditions. It is our duty as duties referred ta These questions srelm patriotic citizens to Inquire, at the present Government are tic race a by items and provi In the absence of conventional agreement as portant and I shall make them th inhjt ' a -- - i How to EfTace Tattoo Marks. stag- - of our progress, how the bond of the Ions to meet privuto ends, and It. I rl.twMailM,M .MiAtf.li Ubeucsirru. special and more detail communication at tbo &? with tue people has ben kept sertedby responsible and experienced parties this Government sees no occasion to recede present session Kurocnn who Imvo boon foollh performed. a bill appropriating monfy for public In- from the sound position It has maintained, not and that With the rapid Increase of Immigration to Instead of limiting In youth or use, to tnt-to- o tho tribute ternal Improvement would fad to meet with only with regard to France, but as to all coun- our shores tad XL& fi'iiU of modern travel onougir, from our citizens to tho fuv or unless it contained It more for local and tries with which the United States have not abuses of the generous privileges afforded by thcmselvca llko Fiji lalnndern, advantage than for public benefit secesities of Its economical our naturalization laws rail for thHr ear ful concluded special treaties. udmin private or nny other raco of plo -- lt pcop'c I ration, tho Government persist As4 7?t ! e; tracts Twice MlhlnOie last year has the Imperial revision. The easy and unguarded manner eirctfrcin trom the substance the people millions, which, their chosen representatives such patriotic ac- household of Germany been visited by death; In which certiflcatM cf American cttlieaa!p tuir juo Mivae, mny bo fntora1ocl to welfare of the entire and 1 have hastened to express the sorrow of can now be obtained has Induced aclauon srapplled and useless. Ho dormant in its treas-sry- . tion as will advance the henr that Dr. Vorlot, ol Paris, Iiiu This flagrant injustice and this breach of country; and this expectation can only be an this people, and their appreciation of the lofty fortunately large, to avail themselves of th r but crTcctlvo faith and obligation add to extortion tho danger swered by tho performance of public duty with of the late assi Empcrcr '.v::;Uu nbsclmd frcs; opportunity to bAv.ni attending the diversion of the currency of the unselfish purpose. Our znluinn no" the r.a. a lid their sinpaUiy with the heroism under lcgtauce to' their native land, and yet, by a for removlntr reel or bluu pictorial dot Ices country from tto legitimate channels of bus! tlonsof tho earth, and our success In accomsuffering of his son, the Jato i;mperor Fredeign residence, to escape any Just duty and nkln. M, Varlot hn ness. plishing tho work God has glrfa tho American erick, I renew my recommendation of two service to the country of their pro from tho human Under the same laws by which these results people to do, require of those Intrutted with years ago for the passage of a bill for refunding posed adoption. Thus, while evadlne the du- cmbotUr4 tho iouUof hU uAjKirirm'iit re produced, the Government permits many tho matting and execution of ear laws perfect to certain German steamship lines of the inter- ties of citizenship to the United States, they In nn idnbonito treatUo on tnttoolnc; In alU'ons more to be added to tho cost of the devotion, above all other th sgs to the puhllo est upon tonage dues Illegally exacted. On the may make prompt clam for National pre'ec-tlo- n und modern time, which tin of our people unJ to b taken from our COOd and demand Us Intervention in their be- ancient Utb of April last, I laid before the House of which unnawnably swell the profits of This devotion will lead us to strwgty resist Representatives full Information respecting our half. International :rp!i-atJK- U of ts urnous buuii mmiI lo tho Pnrla Ulolojlcal Soa small b powerful minority ami in i no suDsequent cor- rature arise, and the correspondence of the ciety. Further, tho doctor ha oxjil-inente- d The people all Impatience of CnnstitntWi! lis: tatlcs. , fiiU-icui must still be taxed for the support of the Gov Federal power, and to persistently chetk the respondence on the same subject which wilt bo Mate Department disclcifs the great number on prisoners In tho Central In- operation of tariff laws. Hut Increasing tendency to extend the scope of id-era- l laid before jou In duo course, the history of and complexity of the questions which have eminent under the to the extent that the mass of our citizens nre legislation Into tbo domain of Slate and lo- events In those Itlands will be found. flrmary, to which ho Is nttached, nnd been raised. inord nately burdened bejond any useful public cal jurisdiciton, upon the pica of subserving the Our laws regulating the Issue of the passIn a message accompanying my approval on on hospital patient, nit of whom have, mrpose, and for tho benefit of a public welfare. The prcservstionot the partithe first day of October last of a bill for the ex- ports should be carefully revised, and the Insti offered thcrnsclvcri volunfavored few, the tions between proper subjects of Federal and clusion ot Chinese laborers I latdbeforeCon. tution of a central bureau of registration at of course, Government under pretext of an exercise of Its taxing local care and regulation is of seh (wpcrtsscc ZTCZZzZl M?wnvtiM ud mi tne Capital is again strongly recommended. tarily for tho operation". M. Varlot po-c- rs. ester yiNluitously into partner- under the Constitution, whlcsu the law of our touching the negotiation of the treaty with C ul- I!y this means full particulars of each caie of htu) tcstod thoclllcnclouenes of hln ship with these favorites to their advantage very existence, that no consideration ot expedina, concluded at this capital on the lith day of naturalization In the United States would be andtothe Injury of a vst majority of our peo- ency or sentiment should tempt us to inter March, 1?, and which, having been confirmed secured and properly indexed and recorded, method In removing blnck or brown ple. This Is cot equality before the law. upon doubtful ground. We Iih undertaken to by the Senate with oeitaln amendments, was and thus many cases of spurious cilii'ii- - bcauty-filotor inolen from tho ekln of The existing situation is injurious to tho discover and proclaim the richest blessings of n rejected by the Chinese Oorersmcnt. This ship would be aeiectea, tea unjust re animal h, and lias found It eminently livalih of our enure body politic. It stifles. In freo Government, with the Constitution a our message contained a recommendation that a sponsibilities would be arolted. The reIIU modus ojwrnndl Is to those fcr w hose benefit U Is permitted, all pnt guldo of the consular service Is BuecoHsful. organization Appropriated as compensation hum of iMny lovt. .( country and suUUtuirs in its Lei us follow the way It points out. It will to Chinese subjects who have suffered Injuries u matter of serious Importance to our National prick tho marka or spoU with rtlo p ace seliiih greed and grasping ovarfc. Ue ?Mt mislead as. As& iurcijuo vnewno nas atthehandNof lawless men within our Juris interests. The number of existing principal until tho blood flow, ttw-to Inject tanvotlon to American citizenship for Its own tako taken upon himself the obllgstlon to support diction Such appropriation having been duly iwwMilar office is believed to be greater than is and for what It should accomplish us u motive und prt serve the Constitution can find Justifies I made the fund awaits reception by the Chinese at all neccssaryfor the eonductofpublle bus- nin, and finally to cautorlzo wlih nltruto to our nullum' advancement am! the happl tlon or solace for dlslalty In theexcuse that Government iness. It needs not alter our policy u mslouin of allver. Very Mttlo Inconvenlenco I ? itisslncrreiynopea tnatby the cessation ot more than a moderate number of principal mil, Jiimrv-af cu iiti tin-lesui n sumption that the Government, Instead of be- terwuy torcoih tho purilo iiurvM than the tho influx of this class ot Chinese subjects, la offices each supported by a salary sufficient to felt by the person operated upon, welfare of course, tho marks extend over ing the embodiment of equality, Is but an In Constitution offers. WhH has been said Is accordance with the expressed wish of both enable the lncumbant to live In comfort and so strumentality through which especial and indl- - deemed not Inappropriate at a timo when, from governments, a cause ot unkind feeling has distributed as to scciro the convenient a largo surface. Tho wounds eaiiHod through subordinate agencies, of afairs iiuubi auiauiagcs are :o be gained. The a centurv's height, we view the way Hlready been permanently removed. by tho pricking and cauterization bearrogance of this aisuniptJon Is inconcealcd trod by the American people and attempt to On the tb of August, 1697, notification was ov er a considerable district. come black for a time, then turn red, It appears Jn the sordid disregard of all but discover their future path. The seventh Presi- given by the Japanese Minister at this Capital I repeat the recommendation personal Interest In the refusul to nliM for the dent cf tho United Slates the soldier nnd ot the adjournment of the conference for the mado by me, that the appropriations for the and nftor a month or to tho parts which benefit of others one Iota of selfish udvautage, statesman, and at all times the firm and biave revision of the treaties of Japan with foreign maintenance of our diplomatio consular service havo been treated uro uttnoU and In combinations to perpetuate such ndvaii friend of the people fa vlnd cotlon of his course powers, owing to tho objection of his Governshould le recast, that tho notsrlal or tnges through eCorts to control U glvlatlon and us the protector of the popular rights and the ment to the provision In the draft Jurisdictional from tho adjoining flesh. unofficial fees which our representatives abroad Impioperly Influence the suffrages of tho peo- champion of true American ci tizcnshlp,declared . convention which required the submission of are now permitted to treat ss personal perquiGirl's Cor, London Telegraph, ple. pi re to the powers "The ambition sites, should be forbidden! that a system of rne the criminal code of tho Km leads which The grievances of those not Includul within oa Is an anxious a in tidvnnce of Its becoming operative. This consular Inspection should be Instituted, and and desire the circle ot these benefUiarics, when fully fixed determination 'My dear," a fond husband to restore to the notification was, however, accompanied with that a limited number of Secretaries of Legarealized, will surely arouse Irritation and people unimpaired the sacrod trust they have an assurance of Japan's intention to continue tion at Largo should be authorized. tho other day, "I havo talked g Our farmers, Preparations for the Centennial celet ration, with Dr. MUdow about your case, and and pa connueu to my charge To heal the wounds of the worK or revision. tient struggling In the race of life with the the Constitution and to preserve It from further Notwithstanding this temporary Interruption on April 3 leO, of the Inauguration ot Ojorgo bardest und unremitting toll will not fall to violation; to persuade my countrymen, so far of negotiations, It Is hoped that Improvement Washington, as President of tho United states, so J havo brought you a pair of diasee in spite of mlsrppresentailons and mislead as I may, that It is not in a splendid Govern- - J muy soon be secured In the Jurisdictional sys-me- at the city of New York, have been mad, by a Oh, how lovely," mond cnrrlnp;s." Irg fallacies that they aro obliged to accert foreigners in Japan, and relief voluntary organization of the citizens cf that supported by powerful monopolies and t m as rcij-cct- s such prices fcr their products as are fixed In arlstocratiial establishments that they will find allorded to that country from the present undue locality, and believing that an opportunity frtio oxclalmed and then after a moforeign markets where they compete with the happiness, or their liberties protection, but in and oppressive foreign control In matters of should be afforded for the expression of the In- ment of ecstatic adinlrntlon sho ridded, farmers ot the world that their lands are de. u piain system, void ot pomp protecting ail commerce, i earnestly rccuimncnu wiaircuci terest felt throughout the country In this event, but I don't boo what this has to do tllnlng In vuluo while their debts Increase! and granting favors to uone dispensing Its be provided for tho Injuries accidentally caused I respectfully recommend fitting and oo operaand that without compcnvatlng fnvor they are blessings like the divu of heaven, unseen und to Japanese subjects in the island of Iklslma by tive action by ConjreM o.i bchslf of the people with exorclMi" "Why, In tho flrat forced by the action of the Government to pay unfult save in the freshness and beauty they the target practice oi one or our vessels. place," was tho answer, "you will of the United States. forthe lencfltof others such enhanced prices contribute to produce It Is such a Government A diplomatic mission from Corea has been re The report of the Secretary of tho Treasury go out more, and get much mom froah for the things they need that the scanty re- that tne gemu of our people requires, such n reived and the formal intercourse between the exhibits In detail the condition of our National turns of their labor fall to furnish their support oneonlyunderwhichour Htates may remain, I two countries, contemplated by tho treaty of finances and the operations of the several air; nnd In tho second, you will b conor leave no nnrgln for accumulation. branches of the Government related to bis de- tinually putting up your hands lo asOur for ages to come, united prosperous and free " I it? 1 a now esiauutneu. worklngmeti. enfranchised from all delusions Legislative provision Is herwby recommended partment In pursuance of a constitutional provision sure- your&clf that tho diamonds aro not and no longer frightened by the cry that their requiring the President from time to time to to organize and equip consular courts In Corea. The total ordinary revenues of the GovernSho Interwages oro endangered by a Just revision of our give to tho Congress ment for the fiscal year ended June Si iks4 lost; and In that I'crsla hss established diplomatic ropresen information of the state will reasonably demand through of tho Union, l have the satisfaction to announce tation at this capital and has evinced very amounted to t3T0 SOW! to, of which Ufto0! turlff rupted him with somo sauey lomark, such revision steadier emp!oment, cheaper i that the co.o of the 173 CI was received from customs duties' and finds the United great Interest in the enterpruu and achieve but his Imprudenco was forglvon for tho means of living In their heme freedom for htateslnlheeiijoymcnt orear ments ot our citizens. I am therefore hope im3W,H7l On from Internal revenue taxes dpmestlc tranquility sake of his gift. Jioston Courier thcmselvot and their children from the doom of and at peace with all th" nations. receipts from all sources exer-edebeneficial commercial relations be The total ful that perpetual servltudo and an open door to thf Ir Since my last anm a messsge our foreign tween tho two countries may be brought those forthe fiscal ear ended June'O hiT, by bejond the limiuof a laboring relations have been strengthened und Improved about, advancement 17 W,7B7.10. The ordinary expenditures of the Conductor," said a Chicago man class. I announce with alncere regret that Haytlhas by performance of International good offices, fiscal year ending June 30, IbM, were tA3UV on board un Illinois Central train, In a Others of our citizens wboo comforts and ex und by new and renewed treaties of amity, again become tne theater of Insurrection, dis- UMttT, leaving a surplus of 1119,611,110 09. loud tone of volco, "aro you suro wo renditurcs are measured by moderate salaries commerce and reciprocal extradition of crltnl-unl- s. order and bloodshed. Tho titular government The decrease In these expenditures ai comand fixed Incomes will insist upon the fairness You' wo of J'resldent Suloman has been forcibly over pared with the fiscal year ended June V) jg7, havon't passed St. LoulsP" and Justness of cheapening the cost of ncccssar Those International questions which stilt thrown, and ho driven out of the country to was t0,?T8,Y?l V, notwithstanding tho payment twonty miles this sldo yet," "This les for thumtelvciund thtir families awaltsettlemcntore all reasonably within tho France, where he has since died. Ihe tenure of more than five million dollars for petuions aro When to the selfishness of the beneficiaries domain of amicable negotiation, and there is of iower has been sounstable amid the war of In excess of what was paid for that purine In train stops thoro, doesn't It?" "Yon." ofunjuit discrimination under uur laws there no existing subject of dispute between the factions that has ensued since the eipulslon of the latter mentioned year Woll, don't fall to lot mo know when shall be added tho discontent of those who suf United States aud any foreign power that Is Fresldent Huloinau that no government constl The revenues ot the Government for IU year mhilisvrlnilnuilori, wo ulltreulUn the not suscepiib'eot satisfaitory adjustment by luted by the will of the Haytleu people has ending June8M&9, ascertained for tho Carter you get thoro." Thon ho settled himferfnun fact that the beneflent purposes of our Goern frank dlplomutie eotieutinenl. ended September 30, 1&8, and estimated Lr the self back In his seat nnd smiled, when a boeu recogiilii'd as administering responsibly iiient, dependent upon the patriotism, nnd ion-I- t remainder of the time amount to fK7,bjQ,nu0, BU Louis citizen leaned ncros tho nlalo Ihe questions between Great Hrttaln end theoffalis of that country. nt or our rn ople, ai e endangered. ntiM Our representative hits been Instructed to ab- and the actual and estimated ordinary Ck'ndl-lure- s the Grilled Hta'cs icUtingMo the rights of hltu If any new Building Imd Cormutjiit ints ahutcful thing, and a mnace Amencai fishermen under treaty and Interna for the same year are UU oju.ioj iViug and asked from Interference between the warring stain boon put up In Chicago ilnco tho lite, tovftsstJ rganlitd govtrnincnt. l)wt tht ttonil cvailty, la u ttriUorlil waters of I factious, tnd a vtutl of oar jVivy hubssn aa estlmsti l surplus of tlQQQO,QtM THE COMMONWEALTH, one fatal by a premature explosion of dynamite t Lexington, A ni'iion Is current at Frankfort that ex Treasurer Tate Is wilting to paycme-hnl- f of his defalcation If Ihe sureties will make Eood the other half. A coLontn boy named Krnit Owen was His horribly burned at Hopilnsvitle. clothing Accidentally caught lire while he w as playing near an open stove. Ai rutin I.awuknck, while working at a circular saw In C. C.IIngsmeyer cV Cex's mills, at Itutlrr, had his left band sawed How Army Offlc)rs Live. loft a Lieutenancy In tho regular tcrvlco atf 125 a month nnd took a position at thrcoflfths of that ralnry, simply because I could not stay in tho army and prervo my Independence ofllcer in a fort or recruiting depot, where thoro aro other commissioned olllcors, ta exacted to carouso nd gamble- as long as his money lasts, and if ho doesn't ho Is nobody. Ho can't bo economical and thrifty, no matter how hard he may try bis imsoclates won't lot him. Thero aro frequent and scry oxpcnslvo social events nt tho posts, and he must chip In hi ahara on the barest mention of tho matter. Thero nre nightly poker parties to which hn Is Invited and which nro llkoly to keep bun "broko" twenty-nluout of thirty days, but ho can not rvfuso either to chip In or attend, untcM ho Is willing to be ostrncUed by thoso who aro almost his only companions. -- JUtirt o Army Officer, n SL Louts crat, 1 Acorn-missiono GtoU-Dem- TEE MESSAGE. tlic ij TitnKn pereons were Injured R PILLS O T ADWAY'O It and Trusts as of tt,t;in Itont. T, HcMi'iuti, has been appointed postmaster at Kninuuel, Knox County, vies C Davis, resigned. e Tnc name of the at (lladei, 1'ulaskl County, has leu changed to Walnut Grove, Tiik ofllcUl voto of (Kentucky Is as follows Harrison, Cleveland, jHist-ofllc- disorders of tho Stomach, Liver, Dowels, Kidneys. Bladder, Norvous Diseases, loss or Appetite, Headache. Constipation; Costlvenets, Indigestion, Biliousness, Fevor, Inflammation of tho Dowels, Piles and all deranRomenls of tho InPurely Vegetable, ternal Viscera. containing no mercury, minerals, or deleterious drugs- Fop tho cure of all accomplished by taking Pills. Dy so doing PERFECT DIGESTION w.ll bo Hadway's 1.VM3I; w Kl.ktA,5jUUr,ir-vJ;lelvalxx- 1.0, k ! 4 ofrd ur. are mi fr in te XiT Tela fru ... lthr itt alo way" penitentiary for murder. Josrrit M. KiiAwrn Jumped lntotheilver at Louisville And drowned, Sctii X lUviKr committed sulcld with n shotgun at Midway, At Louisville 1M Williams, whd shot and kilted Dock 1'ayne last Beptrnber, pleaded guilty tothechargeof niAtislaigh ter, aii J was sentence-.- ! to eight ears' in the penitentiary, Tiir Secretary of Ihe Treasury the following storekeepers and saucers Osoar Camerer, at LouUvlll J. II. Kirk, At Lebanon, and Harry McKay, at Dnrdstown. MM Hon Tiiomao, who applauded Colonel Allen In his prosecutlt g seCD In the Wallx rase, at Lexington, was lined 510 by the judg-for his enthusiasm, the worst part of which was that, not having the necessary legal tender. Colonel Allen nas compelled to pay the fine In order to keep the youthful admirer out of JalL Tnc new city directory of Lexington, wlileh hns just leen issued, shows A total population of 27.O0, of which white, and 10,815 Are blacks, an Increase over Ihe census of lN7ol LA of this Increase KW are white andlMS Hack. WiiiLKciit hunting the other day, Mr h II. C K'mbrtugh, proprietor of Ihe llouit' In Carlisle, in shooting at a fLck of birds emptied the contents of one barrel of his gun Into the face of John T. Ilerry, a young man hunting w Ith him, accidentally, And In All probability he will ose his sight, for shot entered both eves. Hoth Are prominent young men In that vicinity. AT rinnkfoil, railroad tics p!acd tn the years ago, for the lcx-i- n ground fit oil nnd Frankfort railroad, were un oaithed the other e tnlng nearly as sound ns when put down. They were ot black lottist. The Comptroller of the Currency has autborlxel the First National Hank of Iondon, Laurel County, to commence business with a capital of .Vy-son of At Covington the Hon. Wfs 11 Wilson was badly Uirned by falling Into the fire. Tut Presidential electors for Kentucky will meet In Ihe capltol bulldlnr at Frank-fon the second Monday In January to east tho vote of tho State for Vice President Tiil case of Finis llivln, charged with the murder of John Jenkins, wns on trial for several dais in tho Tod circuit court, at Klkton. Th cr mi- - for which Hivtns was tried wns a most atrocious one, according to ihe evidence, ami Attracted gient Attention, tut the jury In the case failed to agir-- utron a verdict, and wns dm. barged cm the 3)th, Ihe case telng continued over. Dlvlns was remanded back to Jail. ltURutAHM kept Thanksgiving eve by breaking Into three dwellings on West Seventh street, Hopkins vllle. J W, Lewis, pastor of the Methodist church; Mr. Itandlsts, jHMtuiAstcr, and Mr, Williams wrr- - the loser. After collecting various nrtlcles, Including tat lo linen ami cutlery nnd a quantity of provision, the robbers luiKlie-lieoitdy at the iHwtinaster's expense, leaving all in the utmost disorder Tnr ether morning tn the Konton County n criminal court, Jack China, tho turfman, was fined t&O and costs for cutting Joo Dow ling, the Chicago nt the fall meeting of the La ton la Jockey tluh. Moiioax CmtlHTlA.v, the workman who was so seriously Injuml I y the explosion y of jiowder while blasting rock In the near FalrvleM, has died of his Injuries. Another of the men Injured Is not to recover. Saw Wamjioto.t wax fatally cut by Dud 1 hornas, near Wallonla, TllK following convicts were paroled bv Xtz Ccmn.Us.wU of lha Sinking Fund a few days ago. and ordered released; Jos. 1!. Puwr!i, Itobert Farxs, Dock lUlley. Frrd Jlecht, J. I', Greer, Holt. Flumiuer. NswronT will have the electric light shortly. "An amusing state of affairs has com to light at the O. And N. railroad ofllce In tills el ty," says the Ouboro Inquirer, "and win ransa fu HlUe a:ar:r:t cr Wuii W straighten out. hecently n farmer shipped his effects over Ihe rood, among them a cow, When the car reached Kuftseliviil n cor;: and calf wra in ili car Imiead of cow, Tho agent nt Itussellvllle only n ihe calf to Ihe train dispatcher as property 'oyer and wanted Instructions. Th trnln dispatcher reported It to the conductor, the conductor to the agent the ngcnl to Freight Solicitor Hughes, nnd the matter Is now In the hands cf the ku-erfreight Agent for adjudication. The rttt-- r WM1 dcuttisss ccxzctoth- - l.aW of Itevlcr, attorney forthe road, who Colonel will have to decldo whether or not a calf born In transit belongs to the owner of the cow or to the railroad transferring It, In the meantime tho cow and cntf nre together In iKssesslon of the ow ner of the cow," three o'clock the other AT half-pamorning 'Squire Hrowntleld, of lotilsvllle, e was called out of Led to erfcrrn the ceremony for W, It. Abrierand Miss li, U ilcoxsou, 0111 u el op It's cent pie. The former Is fixni Coles burg, Inch, nnd the brldo from Scyiuour, this State. The young Judy's mother refused to consent to a marriage, and lato at night the oer slole liU sweetheart from her in other's home, boarded a tintn nnd reached Louishour Tliey have ville nt tho returned to Colesburij. UjL'IH Klkih, Aged sixty, dropj ed dead at Newport, a few days since, Mike Letoisii, au Italian, wanted lu I.oulwille for robbery, wna arrested at Lexington, the other day. Iris highly probable that Ik? fore very ion;f there will hen consolidation cf the Howling Ureen, Hartfoid ami Ohio Hirer, the Henderson, Howling Green ant Knox-vlllnnd the Henderson nnd Kentucky hUate Lino railroad, and that under one management and with pooled Issues, aline will be Lultt from Kvansvllle south to Chattanooga. Tuc Legion detail recently on duty at Hazard, in Ferry County, reachod tbolr homes In Louisville the other morning. They report things quiet and peaceful lu the mountain district, A men find of silver Is said to he oxult-lu- g the people of Livingston County. It wns struck near Smlthland. Tux other ntght two tramps were camp Ing below Walton and had a lira built. About three o'clock In the morning one of them woko up and discovered bis partner on fire. He awoke him, but tht frightened man started to run, starting his clothing In a blaze. He ran until his clothes were completely turned from his buly, His body wns burned to a crisp. His name Is said to be Wllllim Sprague, nnd his home In DMnware, Mil, He wns still alive on tho 5t h, but his recovery Is Impossible. MAYftVUM. has n German literary society devoted tothe study of the German poets and thinkers, and Including a number of ycting prople who have acquired the kn w!vlgof tht language by study hasa,-pointed 1 Waltx was sentenced at Lexington to nineteen years' Imprisonment In the ood, Sam Dyspepsia, Sick Headache, Foul Stomach, will bo avoided, as the food "Ah," said tho fly, m it crawled that Is eaten contributes Its nourishof tho around tho Ixilllo, ! havo passed ing properties for tho support 26c. through tho hatching ngo, tho creeping natural waste of tho body. Price per box. Sold by all druggists. nge nnd now I am lu tho inucilago" in IMC fiClXCTION or then It stuck. m m JPIeasant .lotirnej-s. A Pleasant Journeys can ahvars bo had via tho Wtatxmsln Ccutral Line Ihe crnplovca aro courteous and obliging; tho sUvping and imlng cars and day coaches nro ix?rs cf aay In tho NortUwoit Tho leaving hours at nrmdpal terminal points aro convenient and aro centrally located Altogether It Is the most desirable route In either direction between. Chicago. Milwaukee, hi, Paul, Mum polls, AUland Olid Ddiu'o. Tht it aXU hx cos iKcau. "J or er. Fr Paste rarebit? FrUnit.tthclefsn an i wln'Ssai .of ur I t.mJ.iueJ ia at ycf Wsbsisr s Unslrldas4, i CHOICE GIFT ' Aiciaalr has tn nitnutcs to snare, goes and hasn't. som(body man Is one who, when he bothers who lOare Kim-broug- Dome ihi the Wings of the Wind The miasmata, or aerial gvrm of chills nnd are fever and other musumtlo natext bornnd the place of their origin rroivtcl bvHotMir'a Stomach Hitters,you may breathe thetn uuhurmed. Otherww, appreufhu iroutne. etoniy mnurwi coei-- s Infc ttou, but rhfumatfsm, bbtouseess, debdity and kuluey ore eun.rssfuuy controllc4 by r.t-iiHithe crvat prt'venlivo and reincxly. Dictionary ! rf rsnc. riv A Gazetteer of tho World IneuinK at J il rlt r : rise, A Biographical Dictionary A HS,1ih-l tJe'issty -- ea:ia- e ft ai,.tUms diea, dis-se- A anno pv tratt s Dictionary of Fiction f r v t- rj Tit t ri . W wrt All in Ono Book. ' Vft n, ii s I u r Aro r i ah I , I ut m, . Hj i flooo tn f ' , IP C.AC MLftnUM & CO fit u,sCf id. Mm. naiy is lHinrrt brass. thu Mr Is often like the plating on It wears off it sboas the irwfA'i Ifmrv Ai" EXTEiPEtiPofVLAXtTT I TnAt have tor many yearn Imhii the mot K)ular artk-- in use for relieving LouU and Throat trotib.ca (. tNjrolt. leve can not be preserved la fam ly i LEDGER LIBRARY in a uro ouAnTRntr. CENTS, 3PZXllSrJ7 PHICE.Q0 boos.. jarsvlrjai .s'yU'v. HEIi DOUBLE LIFE. BY Or fifty-eig- I ofsCMrTtos may beavohlM br the timely Qtot Hale a Honey of Horvnotjad anstTur I'ue a Toothache Drops Cure In one intaute. 1 sc t tho umpire GKFPKUT ong, nsrva, A V us upper ten includes the winning nine iwa thttat diseases. Mwtlelnum. anesnnatl, Sendfor lmik. mrs MRS. HARRIET LEWIS. s.pn ta ri-fr.t rr SOMS, ROBERT BONHER'S I Hf lei UlllUm Ml. ess S FOR SALE BY ALL WLVtSOEALCnS, witiix Howatered tallk. 11194, a IlmrUnoion ree i pi f A t.nt rv sf rirs TlHip-Md.'- IrafUtctcd with Sore Kys uo Dr Isaae Fore Water. Drurtstl still u3fx- ot en hundav Ilrnixn clesed Aas door"--th- e iWt tale ef beer FOREMEN, TIMEKEEPERS, tmA THE MARKETS. LlVrKTOC!C--rstt-OenHHMitI ae .. . Iee $J 4 MACHINISTS, MANAGERS tti ! sJl Choice uvtecser 11 CH I I --WWW! 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Hlhrirtnv-the always raui llisrk T' '"i thTniiiiff ttmcr K cid'ii ,uanrrtsal Mtisft-UtH- i e Ini this u.nt a man when u-- U i;nn ht. . 1 ilsints U "n -- UAHiv-Wees- ens well-know- Off book-make- r, Ji;.lS-asN i rillOAOO ItWistTMsln winter t- fttaas N lir is havo trw It l3otsniHiTil . J b l4(&.ffii. in nl in ihe tnaracfK;riifl ..u Mpr...rs, Han inthut i k 1 1 (Mra-NrOKK-Mess bteaae hptimg. Vtf OstsN'n . .. t tjd .. . , . . in I 01 vi 44 Man t IS 6 Iis wi s .... i.AISU-iei- n IS JT4 a an stone-quarr- ' tUVU HIN Cra-Mi- iei IIALTIMOKK. S'amllr .. . Wheat, Wat.. ... auto QUJ si-- TV. barb few ma.lt, Wnt x ivs , Ttioax Bamptai ami (.'Uvular , I TK lltsitTH'Mi'C is the hanasxniat to N Till In J. fur ei'M-cU- d Oats-Mti- fftJ ... iHa se 9S TV lAKOHe0aAl v omn sSsaak wecure CATARRH ", s4 itinsi.'kt ozoNtzco air, r . ' im4i i .i r ( Cot ibm T 4 ' ATTl.tt-- iiLr'n. (.RUS ...llrst W. Wheat A QSMMtr .. 3 IMHAVAl-OMS- .... . ml S tltA O nrftni f rest it pYft-i- i ot i n I mm I e- - WHeal No. Com Mlsest. Oals-Mli- cO n x I M PsWyXita Ii sr mi i raiSIPAlLfUHStriTH. C0VMD1 ttkSt CATIRfH CURE. . S'Sv.l. ir.r4 "rrr '? ff vt.r 'SC'CRCCI' t rnttat x rff i c "I t f ikTHIAU' i f u 1 fit-i- i .HA IN lorn POHK t l.t unvu IriRVlI-LSo. ' MUH (Hts Mied Sless Steam rrt V it si ss "J l n lf r, i r Full Pcarl, rwfBuxi, w , fi rwiM oiccu , 5tfACOBS rsf 11 he-r- Prssab Proofs Juat r?ooolvsd. SSTars, ts. is ins WMUla1UtSrtM-.ll,- a tsllll imU Oil tfr sis. ats ss. sWsi S s4 futrsSiWs SI sfr4sS . a nurs. vs4 Ttkts vtta rtwanua H r ., rS j Ss. UU r Ol, For ItlioiimntiHiii. Tears. 0SU, .Tii "" n-o'i mh n m m -- inn r'"--"-T J j. SSH inn iicst, i inns' ftr CVtarrh aim itj--- . jiKt Ttem-1- r to tn ts th m tM PJ aw v. vixoir. Iss. fS, IMS. r AW.t Dfl llesclie lUrtfer,ACf0( I Id In tljftl!eft1t - ts. lfarM, witivirt arfIt. rssrs si. V.4 rhtJtsU m UUirii sr sm SmI I rssft, SM4 SI JsmS Oil AT XMtTaOIITS AMD Svsslstt t "- r rs OH K. 1KYAS. ami t JMirii rsia. t4 DliUTS TNI CHaRUS A. VOCIlll C0 Islttasrt, Hi. ro Hfill.K ui IMII"KUa nujrr cc i isrsiic liC iro4 ? S r mil If .tcrtte I rrtcc. tumll sfirwsrl sdu mo dMuri plion. i ut iltoal.uUilt rr t ".-- Uk yv G0DP.rS MDt'S BOOK ifTr 0U tho rpprultT tr ob (anlacarsll.ti IUI H " "VT T p Diamond Vs4U-- fffjmrUwaars. ct QV-r'- s rl, sw f .;ui TlIEK, rs J U Vera-Cu- Aid l. mar-rins- lM. iVsttirstisa, rsiUMS snr mUsi, Tm4 fsJttsi is us &Lmu ss susflTMskU Ims. siUr t iSM SKfSJ-M- Licuxcm auScu SSo4a, raouaLu such as014 K.rtVri( HssMft, i S FOR DYSPEPSIA. foui jour ut.cr ras fttrrB fouQ4 la f f dentin IJntley's AJ4i-- . hrstty's rook, J'tills,t'4. rrr Uitsik Hone, .tlenh - " ,Vlrr,"riii, A IWn, loth flrnlitini KUur ik..kLt.ll . yoru own cent Winp. tent 7 rt&l TMI CIURIES A. VOCtLCR CO., isftlfisrs. Us Jt Dru&itU (Sen. I lM.f or sen by wnsM on r stamps, banpi i,W) Nu r3 in fftkfwHa m ' s.a.lt,uii.ctH-a- I'Atl.Hl l:KI.llr.I.H.rociUrauuL.J.i.T: . WllJIN IIUUal.UA.Is7 smim - msjmlvs: l AXViW?irm-ZTJL- above-nunie- d linretieen nliiir Tiiirs Mser1Illt anU for l)jweKlu, Wli Hloumrh Inns; C'sflseiie-)-4- , stills sslllcls liavs) 1 A Noted Divlno Says: AGENTS WANTEDS I all no txtok llks it eve r U if wsi.u n, .ill Illustration hunt r us i inptt ittsrinslir e Ou aKeniiMiiutlijropirSKireA i ui.e luxlull 'i ut mi 4 vrrr nun Ohm Mtttirra. rr at c ii'a Mllu(rsii"-itsrri.ita e.rruiirs nt. I ti rmi. N It UAMI1 ION A (V, I'ubliilters, (.LtviLANH n. Proenretlor no rtMiuir. At.o MmIss, Trulo cm ir 1 ete I Ili-in I.AW rHKK. sal rfnrcitrt-- j nf IMTI-NA1lrs W. T. V r.r.i:n AsmsQlu-:- , . C, i.i. Atiimur ri AT I aw ISJII TNSMB THIS IS boeii MlflUle'l. sk Tiitt's Pills PATENTS ARE A SPECIAL IiiascrliAilKiiylhlnjrto-ittiitoftuiiiiiri- BLESSING. i e, KoimI, iec Hitiiiieml theitt lis sail hn M 111 rfiurn nisll Full itrrlMlton Its etItineilleliio osooi), cvr York, PM Ne TslUir 4i s. I', ll, I IlkusU luiUi. -AIOOIIV AtXJ, jum of Dreis CluciuosU.O. SOLD EVERYWHERE, rssMs run rsi'ia 4 m TH.. ktUi(HHht U Office, 41 Murray St, Now Yen k. J" I rtpp 1''I' r tins ii rl "' ,; .. . CATARRH rs - f . . . mr ! JfS .Milk' l..IM4iti.lil. . . t . ftp mm M , TmWM Ely's Cream Balm CAUrOftRIA snr site, trsns Jul llm Usee fur rs inducement tosf(ilrs (as ssrms. SWHOa, rKARi IKLUVCS, Isa Cl, OSAKQt, RAISIN sn4 TSVIT LAITD. Dl, Gold in Head YUY J?l V" ISIS. " OP TO SB A DAY, Bawiilcs worth f l,t0 ili Iliifn I iinlr Mh )inrM' lrt i(t. mansrfcnsiirii rtiniitiii.iuio.,iuii, aus, Vltos , M Wsrr.n fct tJt, J snJaWMi.rtblil,UlSs-- m CostltouubrJjrup. AlllLSf fAUl Dm MS WHIHt lastes fund. IHtrit l.Uf'll Tstoirsis. AOtlivM, 1sS4 tu,A.ftt4i,MslM. rt-; " i 4tJM tn 19 tjru.i UnilC bIUstIC MlDT mtlle, Urcu lira fit. 1I(PI'b' Bhurllyinl etc IVnnMnihArlth. thorouiftilr tstiffhl Stfr4i,X,T, iKfisrstui lk.k. LOVELY FACES inenti Llmt.ha hy lSLlllllllH ritrviveil niim, J. A.loMlrr, lr isit, cmii ii. surf GANGERS rerKim trirseu uitui .v lin.li. ti u Ut CiswitiniH (Mild. a,n,ic-- i;. tVUI-- naiuMioriCurtJ. noknif.biiok Atl dliflrurf , 1210 M Hires cf ut .niiinitsfurtxKjk tinni (ul I tMSth UI1IT1KU TO Alls Kill ISKHN J'M.ASU sy lite AUsrr'iswtesil tlml you Ul ll U B Msnrnio.N ryant & Stratton Chicago Business College! .rtil th. IZV IT. liwilOMSU'X' tisOiC.UlsgustrajstSiSsntiriiat. AsOriisU, UH AVOllJjm TSnif A SU, l'rtsrlslrf I rulllnrorma AN ks,UH aL IlKsTto TnUriOisisins.fi P'LJ . I A J 3z: &wm "1 4 .. ILTJJiniMMSJDlIIMIIlJllsnMlSMIIlMBIlIlM i iH'mli iMWHaggffi iiilHIBiHffiTlfe i iln lirrliflTlitsTnsTsTflillii - w ? t A' fri&j "TH , -- . -- T ? v F &- - - i. r ! t: V T fc ' 9."r . ir. ' s 4 The estimated receipts for the yearenllrl rommtinlim of combined wcUh and capital Tanad and Newfoundland, 1 regret to My, seat to the IT ay tier, waters to tuitatn eur Minister and for the protection of the persons end J one a lSft are lT7,0o,Pand the estimated the outgrow th of overwemng cupidity and seb are not sat'sfactorliy adjusted. Theso mat property of American citizens. Due precau ordinary expenditures for tho same time arc flchness, which Intldiucui J undermines the terawere fully treated tn my mfM to th Justice and Integrity of free institutions Is not Bcnate of Februsry SO, IfrA together with tlons have been taken to enforce our neutrality f;&7C7.4&i, showing a surplus of 110 1 U less dangerous than th c mniunlsin of op- which a convention concluded under my au- laws and prevent our territory from becoming Mlfkl. The foregoing statements ot surplus do not pressed poverty and toll w h, cxa iterated by thority with her Majesty's gocrnment on the the base of military supplies for either of the Injustice ftQd discontent 'a-kwith wild dis Uth of February Ut, Tor tho removal of all warring factions. Under oolor of a blockade take Into account tho sum nccssanrj lo be ex people causes of misunderstanding, was submitted by of which no reasonable notice had been givt , pended to meet the requirements ot the sink order tho citldel of rule H mocks tho .) w ho proposes that tho t.o r 'f "t hall protect me for the approval of the Senate. by the Sen. and which does not appear to have been (fit Ing fund act, amounting to more than 117 ctently maintained, a seizure ot vessels un er annually. This treaty having been rejected the rich and that they In i irn w ill care tor the 1 Deplores Hie Surplus a message to the Congress on the American flag hat been reported, and n ot correcting the custom revenues ate transmitted latwring xxr. The cost lar,a iawB the 83d of August last, reviewing the transac- consequence, measures to prevent and redress for the last fiscal 3 car was JU per cent t for A Just and sensible revs-iool should 1m) made for tho re irf of those of our tions, and submitting for consideration certain any molestation of our Innocent merchantmen the year 1SW It was 3.77 per cent. ns The eicessof Internal revenue taxes col countrimen who suffer unlet preent condi- recommendations for legislation concerning the have teen adopted. Proclamation was duly made on the 6th day lecled during Ihe last fiscal) ear over those col tions. Such a revision h 'd receive the sup- iinportnnt questions Involved, rewas of November, W, of the convcnt'onaJ eitm lected for the year ended June Afterward, on the i;th of September, In port of all who love that tu and equality due to American cUUrnsbip of all who realize sponse to a resolution of tho Senate, 1 ngaln slons of the treaty of June S, 1875, with Haw an. tWM:i W.andtheeostof collecting this n v our Govern communicated fully all tho Information In my under which re litlons of such special aid in ne enue decreased from 4 ierccflLln lw7, to less that In this Justice and i 'v than 12 per cent for the last enr The tax ment llnds its strength ar i 't pwcr to protect possession as to the action of the Government ficlent intercourse have been created. In the vast field of Mental commerce n 'W collected on oleomargarine was ITilMi'HM for o 1'Clleve of Canada, affecting the commercial relation betho citizen and hU proper)) i f alt unfolded from our Daclflo bordera, no fc.V re the year ending Juno 9ttft, and trill 1 0 w for and con fort of tween the Dominion and th United States, that the contented eomp many accord betler with ti pmt. ot mr lnU the treatment of American fishing ves-sel- s presents stronger recommendations for C " tho follow ing yenr A EcTicw of the Vanons Dcpaitmcnts tutlons than colossal fort s unfairly gather-w- l Tho requtrments of Ihe Sinking Fund Act in the ports and waters of llrillsh North gresstonal action than the establishment "f telegraph w th have been met for the vear ending June The communications have all been communication by in the hands ol nfew all who appreciate America. Honolulu to the Unowl the that tho forbenmnco and m rmw nmong our published, and thfieforeoi-oiits- l Ittaiidfor Ihe current year also bywith pur of Uic Poyerannt. tin The geographical position of the Haw a an chase of bonds. of every edge of both Houses of Congress although two After complyln people, which recognlz t of were addressed to tho Senate alone. Comment Group, In relation to our Pacific States, re law. as positively required, and Iwmda sum s trust guarant American inteirst, are th' and tnatua t'y dent for that purpose has been bought ut a our national progress anii 'ail who delrc to upon or n petition of their contents would be ntea a natural eotheprotlucts of Amcri ' skill und mgenu superfluous, and 1 am not aware that any thing of Interest which our present treaties were tn premium, it was deemed not prudent 'o for liy In every market of the rid with a resulthas since occurred which should be added to the tended tofoster, and which make close comthcr expend Ihe surplus In such purchases un Tho Flshortos Quostlon la In nn ing restoration of American umtnene munication a logical and commercial neccv ty til the authority to do so should I more ex fret therein stated The wisdom ot concluding a treaty of i ai plicit A resolution, however having been Therefore, I merely repeat as applicable to The necesMy of tho r itlion of our reve Unsatisfactory Condition. nuelsso an-- re u I ns to i irenerallv cenecel the present time, the statement which will bo morclat reciprocity with Mexico has been I re passed by both Houses of Congress removing tofore stated In my message to Congress, and all doubt us to executive authority, dail purrd. Hut tho means by wHih this end ahill found In my message to the Senate of Septem lapse of time and growth chases of bonds were commenced on the KM be aceoinpllshenl, and tho sun of direct benelit ber U, last "That since March 3, 137, no case the with present a has been reported to the Department of Btato of commerce that close nelgt or day of April Kvt, and have rontlnui d until which shall result to our i Uzens, The SnrkllMr UM rpUnd TnuchfMt ITjhmi controversy of tho utmost importance There wherein complaint has been made of unfriendly &ndftttrr Krpublic, confirm the judgment so the 1 resent time Hj this plan bonds of the The precise re location of ur Government not yet due have been purchase I should be no scheme uccip das sttisfnetory or unlawful treatment of American fishing expressed Th IimIIhii tjurstlou, IVhIim, ami boundary line Is needful, and adequate an r up to and Including the 9t)th dav of Novciu by which the burdens of tht people aie only a p. vcmcIs on the part of the Canadian authorities, Our I'nr It'll Ilrlatlon Pretty prlatlon la now recommended. tn which reparation was not promptly and ber. lfA amounting, to t)l 7UU0O, the pre parently removed Kttrnvotsnt appropriations 1 hurouclilv IltcuH Consul-GenerIt Is with sincere satisfaction that I am rt a ml urn paid thereon amounting to fi'NH obtained by the United States of public money with all 'olr demoiallzlng Having essayed In the bled to advert to the spirit ot good neighwr-hoo- d Gil IK tolerated, consequences, nt Halifax" should tit be t thew and friendly and concillat n the discharge of my duty to procure by negotiation The premium added to the prtflclp-either as a means if relieving cause of dis- that has marked the correspondence and art n represents an Investment jieldmg about tw The President's mcsare delivered to Con Treasury of Its present surplus, or os the settlement of menace to the of the Mexican authorities in their share of tt e percent Interest for the lime they still had to on the 31 contains over twenty thoupute and to re move n constant frrcK furnishing pretexts fcr raw gapnpcrrcrtJC task ot maintaining law and order --tout vbe run, and tho saving to tho Government sand wcrds. The following is a synopsis ol the tion In tariff rates. Existing v lis and lit justice good relations of the two countries and continrepresented by the difference between th documents hiu1d be honestly rccoui. boldly met and uing to be cf the opinion that the treaty of Feb- line of our common boundary The boundary dfspute between amount 7 M Congrttt cesUnit d Statet ruary last, which failed to receive the arrroval of Interest at two per c nt eflectlvely remedied. There should be no tht sum Ihe for the prtnci paid At you assemble for the discharge of the sation of t ho struggle until plan is perfected, of the Senate, did supply "a satisfactory, prac Costa Hlca and Nicaragua was referred t my upon riutlts you have assmnrd ns tht represeuta fair and conservative tow am existing Indus tical and final adjustment upon a oasis arbitration, and by an award made on IV ?M pal and premium and what It would have pnid ot March last the question has teea OaaUy set- for Interest at the rate specified on the Wind if diffi a free and generous people, jour meet-D- t tries, but which will reduce tse cost to contum tlvcs ol honorable and Just to both parties of the ' tn thHr nwiwrtiy tled to the expressed satisfaction of both of the they had run Ins Is marked b an Itnprrsslvc incident With ersof the necessaries of life, while U provides cult and exed question to wnicuiireiaieu, si, hi t:". 1&V"1 first At about th ciplratlon of the present session of the for our manufacturers the advantage of ficer and hartnff subseoucntlr and vnavatltngiy re parties in interest a proi be seem Congress, the first eriiturycf our constitutional The Empire of Ilrnzll, In abollsting the last this Congress which would lo raw materials and permits ho Injury to the commendedolher legislation to existence as a Nation will be completed. Our lutcrests of American abor. Tho caae for 1 hoped would sufflc; to meet tho exictney testige of slavery among the Cfcf tlsn nations, Ittb: (o,.l Mtiibta tranaetKn rn th part urrivaUoror.e hundred tun it not sufflcient which the bat le Iswjigcd is comprised within created by the rejection of the treaty I now called forth the earnest rongraratlons ot this of the Government but as suggested by the rW to assure usttiat toenolougiT hair dangers to lines cHarl und dlstluctlydenned It mould again evoke the earnest and immediate attenretaryot the Treasury, tho surplus thus ex Government In expression of lie cordial symfear In the maintenance, tth all Us promised tvrr be compromised. It Is the people s tion of the Congress to the condition of this im- pathies ot our leople. The Aalm ot nearly pended for the purchase of bends was roonv portant Question ns it now stands before them all other rmmtrlp avalnst fhJl. rrowlni? out O' drawn from the people In excess of aoy aetnal blustnff, of a government founded upon th cuue freedom of the people Tim tfm rattier ud It cannot be denied that the sel&sh and prt and the country, and for the settlement of her late war with IloUvlaandl'crv, have sti J need of the ciovernment and was o expended montshes ui to soberly inquire whether In the vate interests which are so perItently hcnnl which I am deeply solicitous. Near tho close ulspoml of, cither br arultrtfian or br a lump rather than to allow it to reouam ttl in the under toe peraiion pait wchao ulw,i)clot'ly kept In the course when efforts are madoto deal In njust and of the month of (Xtobcr last, occurrences of a settlement. NmilarcUimscJ our citizens will Treasury If thlurpl safety, and whether we hate before us a ciraprchenshe manner with our tariff laws ure deeply rvgretable nature were brought to my continue to be urged upon to) Chilean oovern-ment- , of just and equitable laws had been left m the of way plain and clear which leads to happiness rclatcHlto, if they are nut responsible for the know ledge and It ts hoped will not be subject to hands of the people it would have been ma le tt my rAinrui which obtain, further delays and perpetuity The citizen of our Hi public sentiment largely iirevallmg among the peope but duty worth in their bu slums at least per cent per to Imperative In Its early dajs riskily Insisted upon full com that the general government U the fountain of with as little delay as poslble, a new amity and com- annum Deducting from the amount of Inter A comprehensive treaty and nw Individual and private ski; that it may le ex personal channel of diplomatic Intercourse In merce with Peru was proclaimed on iSovember est upon the rrlftcipel ami premium if lh the Utter cf tbi lltanceilh strctchinR out before him a clear Held for indl pected to rt llevf with paternal care thedts this country with tho Government of Great 7, last, and it is expected tlut under us opera bonds for the time tcy had to run al the rate ol Ur Mdualendcatnr. tress of oitiins and communities, and thit Ilrltatn. The correspondence In relation to this tion mutual prosperity and jood understanding fl per cent the saving of ? pr vet- hen the experiment of our Uovirmnent wm from the fullness of its treasury it should, upon incident will In duo course be laid before you, will be promoted. people by the purchase l such bonds, th los In pursuance ot the polly ot ar Itrstlon, a wilt appear to be UT Q . undrrtaluu tht chart adopted for our tuHlatirfl the slightest possible l retext of prompting tho and will disclose the unpardonable conduct of a the Constitution. Uetarture from the line IhlscircuhtttoM would swo to democrat general good, apply public funds to the bencnt tbeoftlcWlreferredtolnhia Interference by ad treaty to settlo the claim of Santos, an American rllizen, against Ecuadcr has been concludthere laid down Is failure It ! only by a strict of localities and indivMuals. can It be dc rice and counsel with the suffrages of Amerl ur that if oreive and uttwssry taxation ts adherence to the dtttctlon they Indicate mid nled that there h n growing assump eai citizens In the very crisis of the Presiden- ed under my authority, niif will be luly sub- coot nued and the eovervieHl I torved t by restraint it Ithln the ItmlUtlons the) fix, that tion against as that, rurvue this policy of purr has tag its own hood the Gorn tial election, then near at hand, and also la his mitted for approval ot thefenate. of Car os Me can furnish proof to the world of the rltnts Like disposition of theclalm at the premiums whirh 'I wtl be necrary t mnt and In favrr of private claims subsequent public declarations to Justify his n Itokel of the American people for self &ov eminent. against Denmark and of pay Ihe loss to the people will be hundreds ol and interests, the uiual rules and limitations of action, superadding Impugnment of the Execumade, anl I trust millions of dollars The equal und exact Justice of which we business principles and just dealing should be tive and Senate of the United States, In con- len, Haytl, Mil probably as the undrrlinp irmclple of our Insti questions now pending tho principle of snch sett e men ts may be exNmt waived. These Ideas have been unhappily nection with important Since the purchase of bond was undertaken tutlon shoull not be confined to the relations much encouraged bs legislative acquiescence tended In practice unde the approa of the as ment one it nearly all that have beea offered In controversy between the two Governments. of our citizens to each other Tho Government The offense thus committed was most grave, Senate, ltul'cf from contracts male with the Govern were at last accepted. It has ben mid quiet tw danger Itself Is under bond to the American people Through unforeseen causes, foreign to tho apparent that the Geverwwt ment Is too easily accorded la fav or of the citl lnvolring disastrous posibllltles to the good rethat In tho exercise of Its functions and zen, the failure to support clalma nrslnt lations of the United States and Great lWta.n, will of both eiovernmetts, the ratification of of being subjected to combiaaUons to raise powers It wdl deal with the body of the Government by proof Is often supplied by constituting a gross breach of diplomatic prlv the convention of December a. 1n w rt Yen their price, as appear by the instance rite t b our citizens in a tranner scrupulous! honest no better consideration than the wealth of the liege and an invasion of the purely domestic ezuela, for the rehearngot claims of citizens theSrretaryof the offering ol bonds of the par itnd fair and absolutely Just It has agreed Government and the poverty of the claimant. of the United States ruder tio treat of IWA valueof only 3."tvv)se often that the atrgrr affairs and rsscnlial sovereignty of the Governthat American citizenship shall be the only Gratuities in the form of pensions are granted ment to which the Envoy was accredited Hav failed to exchange witain the terra imvlded, gate of the sums dftnaudfd for their pcmnas credential necessary to Justify the claim of upon tit vther real ground than tho need) con Ing first fulfilled the Just demands of Internaand a supplementary convention, fur iter ex amouitrd to more than llO,7JO,oon rquallty teforo the Inw and that ro condition dltiouof the applicuat or for reasons less v.il tional comity, by according free opportunity for tending the time for exchange of rs icatlon, Notwithstanding the Urg sums paid out la tn life shall pive ric lo (Incrimination in tho id, and large sums are expended for public Her Majesty's Government to act In relief of and explanatory of ar ambiguous pr isten ot the purchase of is. the surplus In the Tre dis the prior convention now awaits the aMceand ury 00 the 3Ut day of November treatment of the people b the Government, was (M buildings and other improvement upon reprc the situation, I considered prolongation of In these days the frugality of the cnple wan sentatiocs scarcely claimed to be related to cusston to be unwarranted, and thereupon de- consent of the senate 914.610 ol After dedncUng about fsH0 Oi just stamped urcn their goemmeni, and was en public needs and necessities. Although this matter, la the itagereferrod, clined to further recognize the diplomatic chardrawn out for the paymeatot pensions at the ) ,( forced by tho free, thoughtful, and Intelligent The extent to which the consideration of such acter of the person w hose continuance In such concerns only the concurrent treat -- making close of the fiscal year ende Jun eunrapenf the citizen Combinations monopomatters subordinate and postpone action upon function would destroy tho mutusl confidence power of one branch ot Congress, I sirert to there had been eoiiH4 nnder Ue compulsory w btch Is essential to the g o 1 understanding of tt tn view cf the Inbrest repeatedlr and lies Hnd aggregallons of capital re either subjects of great pub fc importance, but stiver riinage act. fAWVW In sliver dollar, avoided or sternly Islatlve I.VVOc HOof which were tn the hand of the and rstralted no special, pr vnte or partisan Interest, the two Governments, and was Inconsistent shown by you. In your The pomp and glitter of goicrnmentslesdfrfo should arrest attention aid lead to rcforma with the welfare and self respect of the Go- rapacity. In favor of a speedy act tu'tablo people On the fsHn day v4 June, le there offered no temptation and presented nodelu tion A few of the nuim rout Illustrations of vernment of the United States. adjustment of theqi estion growiag Hot the had been coined f.W TtvTv and of thi sion to the plain pople who tide by side In this conditions may be stated. The crowded The usual interchange of communication has discredited judgments of the previ s mixed WvTstl was lnelrealatlofilneotnand l.t V? re friendly competition wrought for the ensoble condition cf the calendar of the Supreme since continued through Her Majesty s legation commikn of Caracas. With every -- sire to in sllvrr rcrUneates. for the redemption of ment and dignity of man, for the solution of Court, and the delay to suitors and denials of in this city do justice to the representations of aeuela which sllrer dollars totnat ansonnt were held My endearor to establish, by International theprobemof free government and for the Justice resulting thercfroti, has been stronglv in this regard th une seems ts -- arc oma to by the Gov erument. achievement of the jrrand c cRtlny awaiting the urged upon the attention cf the Congress, with cooperation, measures for the prevention of end this matter, and I trust thepnmpt con M1?.W On the Dlhdayof November. P Innd which God hud rten them, A century a plan f r tho relief of la lkhrlng firnialiuu by both parties ot th tupp menUry vi had been coined; WO or tb situutlon approved th extermination of fur-eal- a ber hrs passed. Our cities bra the abidinjr plat e by those well able to judge of Its merits While Sea have not been relaxed, and I have hopes action re'eTfd to, will avert the need 'legisla- dollars were actually la circulation, and 3 7 of wealth and luxury; our manufactories yieid thissubj-c- t remains nituoit effective consider of being enabled shortly to submit un effect tive or other nctlor to prevent tho kmrt r with CIMNJin crriinat. fortunes neter dreamed of b the fathers of the lloa mam laws have been passed providing for ive and satlfactory project holding such rights of actual claimant as may conventional The Secretary reooinmenis vh urenton of ltepublicjour bunlnesa rren are raadl ntrliiu the holding of terms of inferior courts at places wich the maritime powers for the approval lie shown to exist. the further coinage of sliver, and In such per in the race for lichen, and ImmcriM Ofgrega ' rurihe A authorized by the Congress, prr mlnary ommndation I earnasUv eotwh localities, or to lay of the Senate The coastal boundary beto suit the convenience! tiona of capital outrun the Imagination In the the foundation of an nppliratlon for the free tween our Alaskan possessions and ItrltteU step have been taken for toe asembian at this vnluable Information and timely recommend We tlevr tlonot anew public build ig. xnafrultude of their undertaking Columbia, I regret to say, has not received Capital during the coming )ear, ot the tkmt I ask the care fat attention ot th conwllh satlefsction thl bright p cturc of our HepeateJ recommindaUns have been sub the attention demanded b) Its importance representatives of South and Central gress to the Secretary's report. country's growth and protpcrity, whit only n mlttod for the amendment and change of the and whirh, on several occasions heretofore, together with 'hoe of American States, The President than reviews the reports of closer sciullny develops a somber shading. laws relating to our public lands, so that their I hive had the honor to recommend to the Mexico, Haytl and San Domingo tn dis the iblart offleer. comnwRcneK with that of Upon more careful tr.srection we find thd spoliation and diversion toother ue than as Conirres The admitted Impracticability, If cuss sundry Important monetary sad comthe Secretary of War going fully into the dewraith and luxury of our cities mingled with hornM for honcM settlers tgbt bo prevented not impossibility, of making an accurate and mercial topics. Excepting In lho eases tails of those reports, and sewide--t the reeow iwverty and wretchedness and unremunera While a measure to meet this conceded neces- precise survey and demarkatlon of the boon where, from reasons ot contiguity ct ter- roendatlons made by the O bluet efileers The tire tolL A crowded and constantly Increasing sity of reform remains awaiting the Congress, dary line.as It Is recited in the treaty wllh Kus- - ritory and Ihe existence ot a hurr line death nt General Sheridan ts r Tarred t la many claims to the public lanisaul applications urban popu'atlon suitKests the ItLpoverlshmcnt sta ender wmen .iasua was ceaeu 10 me unneu Incapable of being guardod, reciprocal commertouching term. The report of the Ser-terof rural sections and discontent with ngrtcul States, renders It absolutely requisites for the cial treaties may be found expedient, f Is befor their donat.ons in favor of States and Indiof the Hiryt alroHdy Hwfte pnblse I ro tural pursuits. The fanner's son, not satisfied viduals, have been allowed, A plan In aid of prevention of International jurisdictional com lieved that commercial policies inducli? freer viewed at length. In regard to pc Batons, he with hlsfathtr simplo und lAtnrious life, Joins Indian management recommended by those plications that adequate appropriation for a mutual exchange of products canberstod says the eager chase forensliy acquired wealth. well informed as containing vsluablo features rcconnoisanee and survey to obtain proper vantaceously arranged by Indcpenlentt i coOno hundred ani two different rates ef le We dlsroier that tho fortunes realized by our n furtherance of tho solution of the Indian knowledge of the locality and the geographical operative legislation. In the mode last men slons an paid to Ikes b nee ranging manufacturers are no longer solely the rewnrd problem, has thus far failed of legislative sanc- features of tho boundary should be authorized tioned the control of our taxation for revenue from If tn $116 f h'T month. The amount paid of sturdy Industry and enlightened foresight, tion, while grants of doubtful cxpeliency to bv Congress with as little delay as possible. wait always retained in our own hand unre- for pension durtn the fiscal year was !K7T but that they result from the discriminating railroad corporations, permit! ng tbcro to pass Knowledge to be only thus obtained Is an es- stricted by conventional agreements witr- other V.1W, N ing an Increase over the proce'in tntorof the Government and are largely built through Indian reservations, have greatly mul sential prerequisite for negotiation forascer governments. year of f.31 upon undue cxuctlon from iho masses of our tlp.ied. In conformity also with Oingresslen talnlag a common boundary or as preliminary au The number of pensioners added to tha any other mode of settlement-- It Tho propriety and the necessity of the erec Tliegulf between employers and the thority, the maratlme powers have been In 1ted mils durlag the fiscal year ended Jane to desired that some agree Is much to l employed Is constinlly widening and classes are tion of one or more prison for the confinement to confer In Washington In April next, upon 7i is Oi. Jo and increase of pension was rapidly formlua one comprising the very rich of United States convicts, snd a poet office ment shoulJ be reached with her Majesty's the practicability of devising uniform rales ami granted la is 716 ea Tho name of la 7i building la the National Capital are notdn by which the damage to life and measures for the greater security of uff and pensioners were droppd from the roils dur and powerful, while In another ure found ihe Government put id. Hut these needs jet remain unans- property on the great lakes may be alleviated property at sea A disposition to accept on the Ing the j ear for various causes, indat the close tolling poor Aswetlewthe achievements of afgregated wered, while scores of public buildings have by removing or humanely regulating the ob- part of a number of the powers has already of the year the number of the pestssaoees of all capital, w dlcover tho existence of trusts, beeu erected where their necessity for public stacles to reciprocal assistance to wrecked or been manifested, and if thn V the clastei receiving pensions was 4V&A7 Of J UP UCl Ol JUHO IV, 1B.P, combination! and monopolies, while the citizen purposes Is not apparent. nations chiefly Interested shall be secured m ftWttitunl trasos. the there were HA sun Ivors of the war of A revision of our pension laws could eavily be which offers to Canadian vessels free access to port ant results may be confidently anDolj ated Is struggling far in the rear or Is trampled to Hit, 10.TS7 widows of lhoe who served in that death bent nth an iron heel Corporations which made, which would rest tiro just principles our inland waters in aid of wrecked or disabled The act of June t,l&4t, and the acts an nd war HO") soldier of the Mexican war. and Hut, vessels, has uot yet become effective, through atory thereof. In relation to tonaged d ics, 5,101 widow nf niioMIr. should be the carefully restrained creatures of und provide for every worthy applicant have given rlo to extended correspond r.r the law and the servants cf the people, are fast while our general pension lawi remain confuted concurrent action of Canada The message cloces with reference to a report becoming the people's masters and Imperfect, hundreds of ou prlrate pcns.un Mill, conThe due protection of our citizens of French with foreign nations, with whom wo tare ex st of the Commissioner of the District of Colnm gratulating ourselves upon the wealth and laws are annually passed, whuh aro the sources origin or descent from claim ol military service lngtreatles of navigation and commerce and bin and certain recoranndatlr.x in tthulfol of unjust discrimination and popular demorall In the event of their returning to or visiting bare caused wide and regretable dlvergen e of theGovcrnment and of the charitable mat prcispi rity of our country and coroplactull) contemplating every Incident of change Insep- zatton. France has called forth correspondence which opinion In relation to the Imposition of tho tlons of the District, Appropriation bills for th support of the was laid before you at the last session. arable from these conditions, It Is our duty as duties referred to. These questions are im Government are defaced by turns and provispatriotic citizens to Inquire, at the present In the absence of conventional agreement aa rortantand I shall make the ro the subject f a How to Efface Tattoo Marks. stag of our progress, how ihe bond of tho Gov ions to meet prlvuto ends, aM It u freely as- to naturabz itlon, which Is greatly to be desired, special and more detail communication at thn by sees ernruent made with the people h session cxnenrd parties Nn kept sorteda billresponsible andmoi.-- for public in- this Government position no occasion to recede rresent the rapid Increase of Immigration to KtirojMuvn wj) lmo Ixvin fiuilfah appropriating It has maintained, not and performed that With from the sound nf Uimtlag lntead the tribute ternal Improvement would fa l to meet with only with regard to I ranee, but as to all coun our shores and the facilities of modern travel, onotigh, cither in youth or ago, to tnt-to- o 4T4wn fav or unless it contained It more for local and tries with which the United Slates have not abuses of the generous privileges afforded by from our citizens to M thcmsoUcH Hko 1'ljl Ielandi'm, Vni private advantage than for public benefit. of Its our naturalization laws call for their csrefttt secrtities economical concluded peoial treaties. admin. or nny othor raco of the Imperial revision The easy and unguarded marnrr n(rninn And vet the peon e wait and expect from in ration, the Government persist inextratting Twice within the lavt)rr from the substance of the people inlllluns.whlch their chosen representatives such patriotic ac- household of Germany been visited by death; In which certificate. of American clt!xcnMp to Mtvaireft. rnav 5o snappllrd and useless lie dormant in it trwiw-sr- tion as will advance the welfare of the entire aud I have hastened to express the sorrow of can now be obtalnedhaa Induced a dais un j ftr Umt I)r Variot, of 1'arU. htm din.. . This flagrant Injustice aud this breuch of country; and this expectation ian only be an this people and their appreciation cf the lefty fortunately large, to avail themselves of the . . , ., , . , rilth and obligation add to extortion the danger swered by tho performance of j uhlic duty with character of the lato aged Emperor William opportunity to become absolved from al CCIVnrtHl USIIIIIMU UUVOHITIOU llimill'UUl meau ng cne mrersion or mo currency of the unselfish purpose. QurruW u among the na- and their sympathy with the heroism under U glance to their native land, andet,byaf r romovlnp rent or bliio jilclorinl deittM country from tto legitimate channels of buI tions of tho earth, and our sheets in occom suffering of his son, the late Kmperor Fredeign residence, to escape any just duty and n .M. Vmiuthh Hkln. tarn- pushing tho w orlc God has giv n tho American erick I renew my recommendation of two tributlon ot service to the country of their pro from tho liuman Under the same laws by which these results people to do, require of tboe intrusted with ycaM ago for the passage of a bill for refunding posed adoption. Thus, while evading the du cmbtMHed tho rustiltAaf hU nxrwiritnont re produced the Government permits icaii thennUlngandixccitlsn o;.r law perfect to certain German steamship lines of the Inter ties of cltuenshfp to the United States, v.y In nn elntorato troatUo on Irittoeilnir In mill ons more q b added to tho col of the liv- devutiuu, ubuve all other th,n to (h public est upon tonage dues Illegally exacted. On tho may make prompt clam for National pr eo utiuiont unci modern timoH, whieli ha ing of our people anl to be taken from our congoad lith of April last, I laid before the House of lion and demand Its intervention In their t sumers, which unn a tonably swell the profits of loen pont to tho Pfiris HloIojficHl So-do- ty This devotion wilt lead us to slrcsgly resist Representatives full Information respecting our half. International complications of a serum a small b powerful minority cor nature arise, and the correspondence of the im tatlons cf interests in Samoa; and in the subsequent Furtlier, tho doctor hn nxpri-incntc- d The people all impatience of Constitution! must still be taicd for the support of the Gov disclcses the great number Tedtral power, and to persistently chik the respondence on the same subject, which will bo Stale on prlscnera in the Central c rnment under the operation of whicnnive tariff laws. Hut Increasing tendency to extend the scope of Ted-ers- l laid before ou In duo course, tho history of and ccn: plenty cf tto question to which ho U nttnehed, nnd to tho extent that the mnMf oir citizens rc Icltlatlcs Into ti.c doU.n ; mate and lo- events In ihose Inlands will be found. been raised. inord nately burdened bej ond anj useful public cal jurladlcilon, upon the pleanf subserving the Our laws regulating the Issue of the piss In a tneage accompanying my approval on on hoHpital paUonUi, all of whom htiv purpose, fur and the bencnt of a pumio welfare, Ihe preservation of the parti the first day of October last of a bill for the ex- ports should be carefully m vised, and the n vtl of cotirne, offered tliumsolvon volunfew, favored the Government under tlons tetween proper subjccti of federal and clusion of Chinese laborers I laid before Con. tutlon of a central bureau of registration at M. Variot pretext of an exercise of Its taxing local care and regulation Is of Mich importance gross full Information and all correspondence tho Capital is again strongly rroomnieii ted. tarily or tho opoiftttons. pow ers, enters the law of our touching the negotiation of the treaty with C ul- Iiy this means full particulars of each caie of haA nlo tcstod thocillcaoIotinosH of liU gratuitously Into partner- under the Constitution, which ship with thesB favorites to thofr advantage scry existence, that no consideration of expedina, concluded at this capital on tho U'tU day of naturalization in tne united stales would be method in removing Mack or brown ttmpt us to enter and to the Injury of a st majority of our pro;erly 1?, aud which, having been confirmed scoured ko ency or sentiment should hate undertaken to March, Senate with certain amendments, was and thusandmany cosesindexed and record d, beauty-spot- s or moles from tho kin of ple, 'I his ts rot equality before tho law of spurious cUi by the uMii doubtful ground. We The existing sltuutlon Is Injurious to tho dlscov it and proclaim the richest blessings of n rejected by tho Chinese Government would be detected, tnd unjust This nitimals, and lias found ft eminently health of our entire body tioiuic It stifles, in free Government, with tho Umslltutfoa as our message contnlned a re commend a tion that a rewould be avolled. Tho UN modiin optrandt Is to those fcr whose benefit it Is permitted all patot the consuUr service la wueochsful guide organization sum of monoy tm appropriated as compensation riotic Iotc of country and substitutes in t Let us follow the way it punts out It will to Chinese subjects who have suffered Injuries a matter of serious importance to our Natk nil prick tho marks or spots with need to aeeseldvh gned and grasping avarice Do not mislead us And surely &o one who has nlthehandh of lawless men within our Juris- lnUrrests The number of ex sting prise;.-- ! until tno blood flown, then to Inject tan-nln- , s otlon to American citizenship for its own mice Such appropriation having been duly consular offices Is believed to bo greater than Is taken upon himself the obi If tion to support diction nnd finnlly to cautcrizo with nilruto and for what it should accomplish as u motive and preserve the Constitution tn find Juslltlca made tho fund awaits recc ptlon by the Chinese atull necessary for the conduct of publle busto our nations advancement ond the luinnj. tion or solace for Very littles Incouvunluiuo in In theexcuse that, Government iness. It needs not alter nor pnMey v z&isuu ot illvor. ot v ! ri'Tvo in aispiarro by tn us linwhiirtrrwl sut tut?ed iDsunrtli ot b VmV It is sine rely lioprQ mat by the cassation of more than a moderate number of principal upon, un-Iof- e, sumption that the Government, insteidof be ter way to reach the public W6lt.r than the theiiirtuxof this class of Chlntso subjects. In offices each supported by a salary sudnent to felt by the peinoit operated of course, tho mnrkH extend over Ingth embodiment of equality, W but an in- Constitution offers. Whu has bern said Is accordarce with the expressed wish of both ruaUo Ihe lncumbant to live In comfort and 10 strumentality through whuu especial andfndl-Mdua- l deemed not inappropriate at n time when, from governments, a cause of unkind fcdlng has distributed us to secure the convenient 1 iper n largo nurfnce. Tho wounds cniiHoel advanlages ire to be gained The a century height, ue virw the way nlrend vision, through subordinate agencies, of aTstrs by tho pricking and cauterization been permanently removed. arrognnreof this anumption Is inconcealed August. IW7, notification was over a considerable district. trod bv the American people- and attempt to Ontheluhof blnck for 11 time, then turn red, It appears In the sordid disregard of nil but discover their future path. The seventh IVrsI given by the Japanese. Minister at this Capital I repeat the recommendation heretofore personal Interest tn the refusul to abate for thn dont rf th Unltfd States tho soldier und of the adjournment of the conference for the roado by me, that the appropriations 'or the and after n month or no tho parts which brnontoi uiuti one lota of selfish advantage, fctutcuman and at all times the firm and brae revision of the treaties of Japan with foreign maintenance of our diplomatic consular tt rvice hnvo been tiratcd aro almost and In comblnallons to perpotuite such aUvuu friend of the people in vlnd cation of bis course powers, owing to the objection of his Goern should be recast, that the notarial or from tho adjoining flesh. tages through efforts to control 1 gislatlon and us the protector of the popular tights and the ment to the provision In the draft Jurisdictional unofficial fees which our representatives abroad Impioptrl) Influence tho suflragisof tho peo-pl- a chumplon of true A merit an eitlenhlp,declared which required the submission of are now permitted to treat as personal perquiconvention 'in Cor. London Telegraph. me the criminal code of tho Kmplrotothe powers sites, should be forbidden; that a sytt'm of ambition The leads which Thegrifvanctsof thosa not Included within on Is an anx us und a in advance of Its becoming operative. This consular Inspection ihould be Institute! and desire "My dear," n fond hinshnnd the circle of these beneflclarlo, when fully fixed determination to tho iiotillcntlon was, however, accompanied with that a limited number of Secretaries of Legato restore realized, will surely arouse irritation and dis people unimpaired the sacred trust they have an assurance of Japan's Intention to continue tion at Largo should be authorized talked tho other day, "I g content Our farmer, and pa confided to my charge To heat tho wounds of the work of revision. reparations for the Centennial relet ration, titnt struggling Jn the race of life with the the Constitution and to preserve It from furth r Notwithstanding this temporary Interruption on April 31, J WO, or the Inauguration of Giorgo with Dr. Mildow about your rase, and ou n pair of diarisrdest und unremitting toll, will not fall to violation, to persuade my countrymen, so far of negotiations. It Is hoped that Improvement Washington, as Trcsldent of tho United Male, bo J hnvo faiought see In splto of mlin presentations and mislead us I may that It Is not in a splendid Govern at the city of New York, have been mad by a Oh, how lovely," carringi.M inn soon be secured In the Jurisdictional sys irg fallacies that they are obi ged to accept ment supported by powerful rronopolles and t m us respects foreign rs In Japan, and relief voluntary organization of the citizens fthst mond and then after n mosuch prices fcr their products us are fixed in aristocratical establishments that they will llrd biurded to that country from the present undue locality, and believing that an opportunity hIio oxclnlmed; foreign markets where they compete wllh tho happiness, or their liberties protection, but in and oppressive foreign control in matters of should be afforded for the expression of the in ment of ecstatic admiration Hho added, farmers of the world; that their lands aro de a plain stem, old pomp-protecall commerce, I earnestly recommend that relief tcrest felt throughout the country In thltr-ventbut I don't co what thN has to do dining In valuo while, their debts inereaset and granting favors of none dispensing Its be provided for tho Injuries accidentally caused I respectfully recommend fitting and 00 opera to "Why, in tho flrfct and that without compensating f,vor they are blessings like the dews of heaven, unseen und to Japanese subjects In the Islandof Iklsima by live action by Congress on behslf of the people with oxorclao" forcedby the action of the Government to pay unfcll save In tho freshness and beauty they i the target practice oi onu or our vessels, will place," was tho answor, of the United Blates. forthelencritof others such cnbanted prices contribute to produce It is sucbuGoverntncnt A diplomatic, mission from Core a has been reThe report of the Scretary of tho Trtarjury 111010, and get inucli moio fronli things they need that the scanly re- that the gemu ofourpeople requires, such a ceived and the formal Intercourse between the exhibits in detail the condition ot our National go out for the turns of their labor fall to furnish their support one onlv under which our States may remi.ln, i two countries, contemplated by tho tieaty of finances and the operations of the several air; nnd In tho Hecond, you will h conor leave co margin for occuinulatlon. Our fur ages to come umtfd prosperous and free brvnchesof the Government related tobi de- tinually putting up your hands to is now established. worklngmeu enfranchised from nil delusions provision Is hereby recommended partment. In pursuance of a institutional provision IIkpM yourself that tho diamonds nto not and no longer frightened by the rr that their requiring the President from time to time to revenue of the Govern and equip consular courts In Co re a The total .She- Interin that wages ore erdunge red b) ujust revision of our give to the Congress u formation of the stute ment for the fiscal yeir ended June Ji jkhH, lost; nnd Fcrsla has established diplomatic represen turlff Uwfc, will reaonabl demand through of the Union I have thi nmtsractlou to announce tatlon at this capital and has evinced very amounted to M?9 JM.U7I '6, of which fclj.&Q!, rupted him with Homo nnuey tematk, such revl.ion steadier rmpIotnnt, rheper that the coa of th" ear finds the United Krcat Intt rest In tho enterprise and achieve 173 CI was received from customa dutn-- and but hl lmprudenco was forglton for tho means of living In their homos fret loin for States in the enjoyrm nl ot dpmcstlc tranquility merits ot our tltlzcns 1 am therefore hope till t W.H7I trt f rom Internal revenue axa hlsglfU Jloston Courier. themselves and their children from the doom of and at peaie with all th nations. The total receipts from all sources v . cded Bakoof ful that beneficial commercial relations be icrpetuat servitude and an open door to their Since mv lost it tin a message uur foreign tweeu the tuo countries may ba brought those for the fiscal jesr ended June'O 17, by advancement bejond the llnulsof a laboring relations have beenvtn i.fthened ard Improved ubout 17 Mif,7tt7 10. The ordinary expenditures of the "Conductor," said a Chicago man I announce with alnccio regret that Haytlbas by performance of inn matlonal good offices fiscal ear ending June 3ft, IbftS, were l'jwi-UMW- , on board an Illinois Central train, in it Others of our citizens whoo comforis and ex- und by new and rei eaed treaties of amity, again become the theater of Insurrection, disleaving a surplus of 1119,614,11609 penditures are measures by moderate salaries commerce and reclproval extradition of crlmi-unl- s order and bloodshed Iho titular government Thodetiouso In theso expenditures as com loud tono of volco, "aro you iiuro wo i and fixed Incomes will Insist upon the fairness "Voj; wo cf President Salomun has been forcibly over pared with the fiscal year ended June Y) atf haven't passed SU Louta?" and Justnessof cheapening the oust of necessar Those intt rnatlonal questions which still ' thrown, and he driven out of the country to was WilH.'m 3), notwithstanding tho payment nro twenty miles thU Bido yet" "This te for thcmtrlvound their families where he has since died. The tenure of more than five million dollars for peQk0os await settlement are all reasonably within tho France hen to the selilwhtu-of lhi tenllelarns domain of ainleablu negotiation, and thcro la of powc t has been so unstable amid the war of In excess of what was paid for that purpue In train stops thcro, doesn't it?" "Von.'1 ofuuJut illwrltnlnatUtn under our laws tlx?r i.o existing subject or dispute between the factions Ihut has ensued alnce the expulsion of the latter mentioned year "Woll, don't fall to let mo know whoti sh ill Ih adlMl the discontent of those who suf United Htutes and uuy foreign power that la Frrsldt nt SulouiHii that no government const I The revenues of the Government for tU vear get there." Then ho settled hlm-bo- U f it from wuh tllstrifiiinuiUtfi, w HKIrt-ull- i the ih( siHceptibobt 4tir&4 tory adjustment by luted by he will or ihe Ilartletj people has j ending June if) lbS9, ascertained for tho quarter you back In his seat nnd smiled, when a fact that the puriMoiof our Govern frank diplomatic enlitutiuent, b"et retogiiln'd as aduilnliterlng responsibly went, iVirudnt upon Ihe putholhui aodcitiii-I- t remumder of the time amount to v 177,00 n Ibe questions ixtwctu Great Uritalu and theaffansof that country. St, Loult ritl7eu lenwd nerofit tho rIbIo nlist Ht of Mjr pn 'pie, are indftngiired Oiiriepreseiitallva his been Instructed to ab- and the actual and estimated ordinary cxndl and usked htm If any now oulldlugii Inul the United Sla'e it I ill tig to the rights of (Jomiuunl tuts a hsicful thing, and a tnnace American llibcrmen under treaty and interna stain from Interference between the warring lure for the 1&1 e year are 9473 ujo,iqj Invlog tussfpund wgahlztd gwsrtiuiCht. Uul tht tlonsl comity, la lbs tsrrlloriil waters el factloni! snd a vfiitt cf our Navy faubssn Mjitlfpntfl aurplui of ll94,90O,QM boon put tip in Chicago slnco tho HE 'UiSUI. rrodiicls of Protection. THE COMMONWEALTH. fatnU TnnKR persons were plosion of dynamite ly hy a premature ftt LexhiRton. A nruon is current at Frankfort that Treasurer Tnte Is Milling to payonehivU of his drfith ntlon If the sureties will make Kocxl the other half. A coLonRU oy named Kniat Owen was Ill horribly burned at llopkltisvllte. clothing accidentally caught tire while he was playing iKVUMi open stove. Atnmn I.awiikvci:, while working at n circular saw In t C. HaKeineyor fc I We mills, nt llutlrr, had his left hand tawed injured-- ne 1 How Army Officers Live. It and w Trusts tiw nn sae !. loft ft Llcutonntioy In tho regular crvlco nt fl2o a month nnd took a poU Hon at three-fifth- s of that eulnry, simply because I could not stny In tho nrmy nnd preserve) my Independence, A commissioned onicr r in a fort or recruiting OciKit, whero thorn aro other commissioned othYnrs, ts oxjcctcd to earoiiHo nnd gamblo m long as hi money lnids, nnd U ho doesn't ho 1a nobody. Ho can't bo economical nnd thrifty, no matter how hard he may try his assoclntes won't let him Thero nro frequent nnd very expensive social events nt the off, tmm Hour. T, Hempiiul has been appointed posts, mid ho mint chip la hit share on postmaster at Kmnmiel, Knox County.v tee the barest mention of tho matter. Thero nre nightly iwker parties to which ho 0 DrtvU, resigned. Invited and which nro Ukoly to keep TllKiiame of the Ktotllce at (Hades, i'ulaskl t'uiinly, has leen changod to btm "broke" twenty-tduout of thirty (hove. days, but ho can not refuse either to Tmk eitllclal vote of Kentucky It a chip in or attend, uuhss ho U willing follow s Cleveland, 1.1W, Harrison, to bo ostracised by thoso who nro al 1V18I, Klsk, a,?S5i UUr, OK; Ilelva most hi only companions. - Jlthrnl Z Anny Ojficer, in St. Louis tUcbtDtmo Ham U'aLtz was sentenced at Lexington to nineteen 3 ears1 linprlsonmeiit In the cnif. penitvntlnry for murder. "Ah." atd tho liy, as It crawled Jobki'm M Krvvii-i- i jumped Into thetlver around the bottle, "I hao at IMitsvllIe mid droMiieil. through tho hatching age, tho creeping KrTll HAMi:r committed sutcldi vvltb nr and now I am in tho imtcllngu" n Mliotguu at MldvcAV then it Muck. 1 U'Mtnius, whd shot At Lcu!sri!!s nnd killed Dock 1'nyne last Heptrnlier, riracant Jnnrnrj. pleadcil Riillty tothecharpnof tnansUiah rUasant Journoys ran alvvava Itobl via ter, an va sentenced to el(;htyears'tn tho f ise'iain Central Line 1"he e'tnployrs aro rourtX)U ami obliging, tho MtH'ping lliiftnent In the penitentiary, nnd dimuir cars and day couches aro ihhmi Tltr Hccrrtnry of IheTieasurr has of any in tho Northwest Tho leaving hour the follow Ing torekeptt and at trmipal terminal ininta nrw convenient J. nd lh ilepota are cent mil v loatfl At gaugoia Oscar Camcrer, at H. Kirk, at l.elnon, and Harry McKay, at bigettirr it H thn most desirable rmito In either dlnvtin lntweis PhlAivs Mil wan Itanlslown krv, M Faul, Mlnnonpidt, Asblaod aud Mlw HoPKrt Imwoi, vvbo applaudetl Ualu a. Tnr it ami hk convincko h In Col 01 el Allen In bis pr.ullng AsMurLR atn la ono who, when ha the Walts ae, at lilnRton, was lined has tn minute to spare, goo and bathers iWbyth Vid for his enthusiasm, the teuiebedy who tusux worst part ef bleb was thnt. Tint hiring In ru ft on llin Mine of Hit Wind the necessary legal tender, Colon! Allen wa comeIltvl tu pay the tine In order to Tke Biastnnta, or aerial genu of chills nnd fere - and ottw-- miaButio dieae, are ids keep the youthful admirer out of Jail seoi nutod tievond tho jUa'O of their origin Tit new city directory of Islington, rroi'VUfti b) llostnttora Huwfleb Hitter, which has just been Issued, shows a total you tuny breathe them unharmed Other etcm)y malarial population of 27rxt of which Ic03& are Wise, apnrehfi.J tnuble unc but Muumatism, Whit, And It,"!"' nr Mac, nn incrrasn left tsou, ll iusaess, and katMy t iMtKn, over tb census of 17 of 1V of this Incm oca tuts are eontmllvd by tbe great prrvenuve und rvnsedy. crease vtn are w htte nnd IMS blark. hunting the other day, Mr While lUsuri nrM t eftnn like the plating en It V KimbroURh, proprietor of the tM nt waeu It wear off it isesi the lloutt tn Carllsl, m shooting al a brs, tl ck if bird emptied tho conUwts of une Urmt' AX tarrelof hit gun into the face of John T. Ms. CXTEMtrn POM LlRtTT years benItrw. tke Iwve lor many Kerry, a young man hunting w tth him, ac mo-- t popular article in us for roUertov Wdrntalh, and in all probability be aIII eugta and Thrxii troubt. ose his sight, for shot entered both eye. ( jrotL Inre can net be preserved la Both nre prominent young men In that faai ly jara Niffntf At KrankffMt, railroad tie plarfsl In the ( .tcyrrn may tmarotdeithrthetlBMly ground Hftv right ) mi agn. for the ttscol Halo a Htwyof Hurvhtwad auiTar ington and Krankfert lallroad. wrre un l'ue aToeMndrhe Hrop Cuntlnoneminuu. wsith-- l I lr ettbrrevrning nearly as sound Ihk upper ten Inrlodes the winning Bin a w hen down. They were of black . I tho umpire ef R PILLS For tho cure of ADWAY' TlieWLiveranilStecliReEft all disorders of tho Stomach, Llvor, Oowols, Kidneys, Bladder, Nervous Diseases, Loss of Appotlto, Headache, Constipation, Costlvcness, Indigestion, Dlllousness. Fcvor, Inflammation of tho Dowels. Piles and all derangements of tho InPurely Vegetable, ternal Viscera. containing no mercury, minerals, or deleterious drugs. AVal-n- o accomplished by taking Pills. Dy so doing PEI7FECT DIGESTION will bo (Udway s Dyspepsia, Sick Hetdache, Foul Stomach, Dlllousness, will be avoided, as tho food that Is eaten contributes Its nourishing properties for the support of tho natural waste of tho body. Price 2Gc. per box. Sold by alt druggists IN ,. IMC Ei Li Tion UP A 1 Krlm oruin r r Pr in CHOICE f GIFT Pst- da? hf A V r - C f " WDir v t f s UflltrlJiwJ, l fWKS7rJr, MZXZ&&1 rT r LZlZlll wwi I Pideiuity t e f.At r Dictionary iia,ilt'uuai rtnC" fH 1 Gnzettccr of tho World A Biographical Dictionary A 1 1 r a y A SflO r Dictionary of Fiction . '!( 1 ui, dto.ut, 't All in One Book. I ' y tflHMI m TA I . a n n iriicr. C.ACMtftftUM&CO ,1 itiKr!i Mm. . i B t J -- ii Klm-brtiK- h b j LEDGER LIBRARY ISSUED QUARTERLY TSu 3TXXXSI? Vt t lx ' ra BY MRS. Or 3300K-PHIC- E, 00 CENT3. IchimL it Uudle; uric. HARRIET LEVIS. P reultl The Comptroller of the Curreay has authorise I the First .National Hank of London, ouuuence laurel trtint, t w (th a capital of JM,(U bsislne AT Covington tke n o! YvctIL Wil by falling Into the fire. TtlK PrmUiefitusI tdrrtor for Kentucky will meat In t capitol laiUdlng at Krant-foon theseooml MiMidiy In January to caI Uw Tute of tke 8tat for Tresldentand 1 'nn. nsrvs thioat disease. A (tKITKUT Mrxllelnum, OnHnnatl. run-Hendfor loik. s 1. frt TfH4. IraTSktod with lW n ue I)r TlJoiMut. a Eye Wausr lrugAtlsseU en white lie watered Milk. INr.inipn Io 4 1 lr TOR SALE UT ALL hLwSDEALCRS f ailrr ' nt t fflO ROBERT BQHHEP.'S SOKS. if a uiiium si . . ttrkiiir rt tsundav Htnio cl"tt doors it4 lL i the sale ef beer FOREMEN, TIMEKEEPERS, fV te j, Jf hs inlorotI Klnls Ilvln, rliargnl with tha murder of Juku Jenkins wn on trial fir svf-rn- l dav In tin Tod circuit ooirt at Klkton. The ctkh for which lUvlns wa tritNl was a mt--t atrocrmi one, to Um evlUnce, and atlraetfKl ginst atUatlow, tact the jnry In the ease failed to agree upon a verdict, and was dUtbsrgod m the X)tb, tke caaa Leing eont HHOtl over. Hlvln was remanded lack tojalL HtaoUAUM kept Thanktglvlng eva by ttrakltih, Into tkra dwelling on U'wt Mr vest Hi strrrt, lUpklnsvltle. J. W. I,wi, pastor of thv Methodist ehureh; Mr. Handles, jtotstattf, and Mr. Willlatii varluu wet tin lors. After trticlf, mclu ling tal le linen and cutlery n uantty ot iirorislon, the robber luii titxl haitly at th iKxlmatrr' (hi vi tig all In the titnnt disorder. Tmi itkr morning in the Kenton County n cfitmiial totirt, Jack Chinn, tho ami cost turfman, was fined for rutting Joe !nw Hat?, tb Chicago nt thn fall meeting of thn Jockey Cluk Mroax Ciiitiaiux, the workman who vvn Meriooly Injured ly the explosion y uf iKiwder while blasting look In the near has died of hi In juris. Ahothtr of th" men Injured I not exiKctd to rHover. am Wahuvutoi wa fatally cut by Dud Thomas, near Wallonla. Imr rnnvtot Til, follow ete parole! by the Commission of the linking Fund a few Any- - ngu. and ordered reieastMl; Jo. M. rows!!, Itobert l'ark. Dock Ilalley, Fred Hobt. l'lu miner. llfcht, J. V. CfrH-rwrcjHT will base the electric light shortly A amusing stata of AfTalrs bnt mine to light at tho U, Hud ;'. lullroad oflkf in this city," says the tJnsn Uiro Inqvirrr, ' and will tnue no little amount of work to stmlcltteti out. lUcently a fanner slifppcd his oUvcts over Ihe rood, among them a U hen thn far rwtobed UumhM Hie cow. a cow nnd calf were In ibo car Instead ot only a ciw. Tho ngent at ltussellv il e the calf to tba train dispatcher a property 'over' nnd wanted iiutritl ns The train dispatcher reported it Ui th duotor, the conductor t th agent here, the ngent to Freight .Solicitor lluht and the n.atUr U uov In the bnnd of thn genThe eral treight agent for adjudication matter will doubtless cuiue to the hand of Colonel licvicr. attornny for tlm road, who will have to decide- whether or not a cnlf born In transit belongs lo the owner of the cow or to the railroad transferring It. In the inenntlme the cow and calf am together in po"Mtoii of the ow ner of ttie cow," At hnlNpast three o'clock tho &U...I iiiornlng 'Hiulre Hiowntleld, of loiilvllIe, e was callrd out of bud to perform the crrvmony for W, 11 Abner and Miss etdlt-clln- Vt rrcaldrat. Thl case ot THE MARKETS. LlVr.STOTIC-raiii--Jom- iihi Tt, mo II Oolri' bulchar U FT" bit 1 . lo4 patkrr10 -- I vMHS-- 1). uuud t OCK-rm- uv t. AIN- - Wheat 1 ramea o rbeie -- MMW.. .imi s c it ! ;j tt SO v lr t 1 v 4 MACHINISTS, MANAGERS " ! !' ")-I"w - a k 1 4 Nolr4 ntt No -- Mo. I red . 1 4 " a : 4 . r. z Iv30COLDVATCH per WEri; U mm ..kmm M r tit ' 1 si truuitv aatt nuts 00 I t- ' ' C PAYAOLr , 1 i I iHb i 01 IVaiatlJe-rrus KtVo. - - N t asisetl S ratJ t tochnstn .. .. w 11 si . T Ht.MXX- pho 1 OVtoil UPrrKH-i'ho- ia u.iarea-- pv Itri Prfnse an tui. Med.tam taf M 'A 04 Alt. tl h r s A Mr a mtnul Atm HAECELE WATCH AJFWELWYCO - I 1t4l ! prliHl4. "- - Mfr. - Itfur. Stal s. I ' m I r.l.i- - vs- -w -. !'. iiti" -.- - " VV ' - RllSfm. ? ' it APP1 Kiv PirrruKn-ISrt'to- nasry nw so ifAoiee Oeaasery mm, per rata. al clKA KIOiR ii NtH .m uu Mr 4tuA.l Wenevra N Irt4 Mr XXtT YORK fYism t MVUiS 'A m 4 rs m K si l sj ft t m if 8 : ii st Sun Suv rs 20 NORTH NINTH ST 48 4 SO . MlllH V PMLfCt "HI NffW VON "Stands the Severest Winter," !' Tle Hark T'. -- :. . ati'-uoIn Hw hsw ftscii um B)snfThtMrtnrw, whm n an an uana it ' I i tlainn i ha aJ ways vrat.u Ue acvrraat by Mi nwlwillafai W rX 1 tstr wn hnvn vnihiTiit brraaniR J R lift th bnat fou. u. t tfar BsnrnaH s ss 1 I No 1 mlsest Mit-- t POIt-- i.Atm-Wvk- uni t) rtxita UtAiS' look-make- ta !ORKMM AUD- - tuaas r'urn Oat Ni St1llrnnSfaft. -- nwasa t'HICA'JO. -Wneonim winter Wheat No. ff 1 . tS SS ttiet ; a efc tt M M a.l ba '! aa.in , , tnr' ' i,f No.!r4.... let fieis . . . j . Rl IN stsn A 'Mi Hfsriugn, K In ttse) TR l- -rt BccRTnxmx feasM lMSsnWwrt Xa ...... . . maU r Co ? is w SCSI Thohk Sample Ka und WriU to Trmtosi, TS Hi k J . fur l lriular stone-quarr- ralrw, !( KMV IAKD-Re( IIALT1MORK. K Oaen Ontond - Whet,N1 Un M a family tm ,q s . !fl S ....... . si A ttis t 4 St1 V m! is i TTI.i: htNJrt .RVlN OaU-M- Pif4 aaahty ; ci ' SV " " lp N. we cure CATARRH OZONICD AIR, . ' ? ht I .1 - r !" , torn klisvd nd Vl.t A Wt.-a- INIHANAPI IS No tn4 o i inl'lt n.IN H It S t . nth M..l M nd St- - I.oriSVH I Nn rrl 1 u I 4 i . I r. . '. ii(f - FREE let t i u.. THIAU--. ' tr. isikTuaiLitMusirtsa. I k m n f S W 4. 4"i - j 1 Full Dlsitt, Pcarl,..V. faar Jr M '-- .,- -, j( MM jr r -- y. , -- . vSiA x -. - I T . JftlACQBS OJ J Praeh Proofs Juat Rooolvad. B3Tar. fJftu. osi li II IMS M UkM iU ulMtlkl Stwt 4 av For XilliomprxtlHui. vtr ! i .rtiT'wt Sr SaatiiUi.ii j IK Itfiritv r otarrh IM jS H1 U Iks' lk; WU "! R rt l ciiMiN-at- . rn. IM IITar. TS S1U U y ! Tmmt. Si iulia T llruitlia llllt ft I w4 inwb. , rtr. tfH fi0 L. WHO. oiasi osupsrt r rmSrt4 ist II ' OU ,ifcS ;ti fl MJ If ltrm,ai. Ilaj fi.rr A v p t t in 1 a hr I a1 flM Oi pjj BOOK Cf)Ldrd ri tsi . Si U rrs m4 iLimiumir.Si r oil ti4 S r4it, iMttn rut. 0antort, HI .... S K. BftTAir. iffGODEY'S LADY'S ff IH.Miftl 'It i1-$u- ?iCk IDRESS RtoVi US fl.uln Aiuwuisra Snfff r m'Ti mj tr f eo ;iriiDftinii.ic imirtn-r l.rL ip i n AT DftTJOOtlTS ASDtttALni TNI CHARLES A. VOGILII CO , rRts. 11 BfT Ir Diamond AID IWU-ttU- a 1 Vera-Cu- ra ALL STOHACM FOR DYSPEPSIA. ! rillkMi 00) . mnr-rlag- OHIO U. hao 'ou way" c!. ill. The former I freni Colesburg, Ind., and the britlo from rt' mour, th.n Htate, The young lady's mother icfuied to consent to n marriage, and lato at night the lever slob bU sweetheart from her mother's home, boarded a tinln nnd reached J.mits-viltnt tho They have teturiied to Colo burg. Kl.Kls', ngeil sixty, ilropped dead lAtllA at Newport, u tew dayasluce. MikK Letoihh, an Itnllnn, wanted In louivville for roblxry, wn nrrcsted at Lexington, the other day. It! highly probablu that beforovery imi' thero will be n consolidation of the bowling (Ji ten, lturtfoid mid Ohio Hlver, the Henderson, How ling Oreen And Knox vllle, nnd the Henderson and Kentucky rxlato I.tno rallrond, and that under one management nmt with pooled Issues, a line will be Lulit from Kvanavllle south to Chattnuoogu. The heglou detail recently on duty at Ilarard, in I'erry County, reuchud their In I.cuUvillo the other morning, home ibey icpurt tlilngn quiet nnd peaceful In the motiiitnlu district. A me II flti'l of silver U tald to be oxolt Ing the people of blvliigston County. It wasslruck near Kmlthland. The othor night two tramps were enmp Ing below Walton nnd hnd a Urn built. About three o'clock In thn morning ono of them woku up nnd discovered his partner on fire. He awoke him, but the frightened mnn started to run, starting hi clothing In a blaze. He ran until his clothes were completely lurried from his body. His lody was burned to h crisp His name ts said to be Willlnm Hprnguo, nnd bit borne In Delaware, Md. lie unn still alive nil tho 50t li, ut hit recovery It Impossible, Mayrvimk hat a Herman torn ry to clely devoted to tho study of the Herman poets and thlnkiit, ml Including n number of ycting prople who have acquired the kn wlclgeof tht language by study. e 1 11 Vi.C&2i, mm ftujMUK ceni pie. I I u luiii CiillfUa ( tfift At DrMtfldt 2bcU frrtuu (r Nv liffi tsoosiju teen ASl Sknvfa, Km, 014 fltr Usj, fA 4ifTMt tuts aiur u t jl'tJ or ftvf by mad car in scamps, tampb iJ tfflfft(j l.ady ba ij 11 r; rr iffft. I the. 4 1 Sou lr r r ( I.. tt 11 a t f flunki rfrT nr ti'Kn ruoj 10 AtJdr.i IJ'ulry' I'M; "1 ru rijr pr , ddm t untir if u '? if ii in r. - GRIND THI CHARLES A. VOCtLCB CO . laMnsre. all. I.tv-r irsiut roisririatt iminhm. k 1 yn 111rHLtn.Mii.i.M.f Mil) a.lMta VilXIN r 1 tlUUH.LstUM.Vm. Notedt Divino Says: AGENTSWANTEDS; VilU iitlit'I tttt'a VVraU Hlmnut li mid for lyac.lu. la r nj lika If Will If Mlilcli I linsalonir olH hut attral Jlttl u A I rit S A. lin ! II Tl) Iiovii MlflUH'-l- in, ss . t Ik aur t ! Il ulai I1AM11 IC ( I) hi'Ii 14 r 1 ( n ctt S A C If r it ium 1 i r Bt 1 l'UL.iiMivr at llCLAHi PrtwurMi r aitia uirw t tuli n Hi () n ' N I. n S 1 PlllS PATETO 11 ARE A SPECIAL BLESSING. sHa I never hud un trMrM vc f oiiiiiu'iiil tlirin fHl. 1I invilli lu In rcUluiMto nil mm SM ""! it rMurn itiatl Tnll iitf rlpilnn Hie lies 1. sliMMli'aNi Tail r H'Kimi ul )r.t Itus. J. it.iistaMih, cw Vorh. PHffP tuuiiitf AlLHilU ALO. ClilUttailtO. I lliMltta ri( SOLD EVERYWHERE. 7 irM (il I .. jHt f. h. Cnirov44 3IiirniySt.vXtiv Vtuk, ttt rrtr' w r. 11 r rtTiM- i.avv hii.k fc 11 v 1.11. ATTunNir AiirA.N AT I AVf IHll h MmiI W VSMINQVUN. 11. U rm rura riiamit A Tradn Vtaiki, fit ii iMTtrnir Huh. liy roi t4 a at- - wiM CATARRH I rvcMB Tim rant 11 "in . 1..4X f m. ruiiM .'"If ui. Ely's Cream Balm I km jju.ijiijifc riy Plios , M VV.iren OSAMOE RAISIN j4 TRU1T LAHT, CALirORIIIA th larfHra it MMltit fiiirntJnt Uitilr 1 r Urnia, BlONOa, riEfiv a fliLUVCK, S4a Pli. cl. Gold in Head 1 Cn TO $0 A DAY. IfrSsmides worth Tliir.n lttli rH tffrl ?1 V" niaMiinimiHi f Pflfft ' f nil riiniiwiiisaiu .11.17, fl.M Mill su. tX, iff 111curis n In ssoL M iP!! 1 UosttlouuUHjrun, wHunuiTAiiSr" fstp Ho', hr d nW ffiMid, DsoM T HVStVMlaiirlS rir.li. Im IS. wU AoOi.m. 1g svr aaa iui rafik w umj lit. rrtrt. RTlDT I4tllniMitfokimrin.7wikltif MiUm l4hr (ltl.tl lo.,Aiu',MU. ti ,,,H,k M linUC ty u.ai Circular frt ikV4VViiiu tff I'"1" rrniiMiuhlp.Arllli. I ii.l., s.(TJS, V. I LOVELY FACES r'Ls-sVS- as CAMeERSi'L-'Slanic-i- ;. lul A 11)0411 lltl.ll. I Ml J, 1210" l f AMOSktmZm r n iv Thy A tdfinfiirrtnntsaiid tlfml.liri nrc j, I r nctnnaii, (miu Mli ctrnTt s.inri. fur honk viii.n mtiTiM 10 AUKitiisi:itH Mint ntr llmC yMi w ti iM.si; Vj 111 B ryanf & HMORT.HAMD IMSTITIITIT mm. I BUAI Iftu Tnililturt mniif i.h,.li i ihiiim w"" " nyiwn INSIIII IIO.N ami .J IjAVCfiWai'l' XIV innmiiiu aurtuwi-- 'mhbii .minithl ralllBfurma'PS 3liCtslifuttiraiilMi)tklOilu 4 94m nil. It, UH ANtil AVOHLiDI I M !! rrprlUr( f Straiton Chicago Business College 0, I L? fy.kt r -- vr -- iMfP!i" 'TTrVfca. JinIlI.WWl !.lZ?Zrttr,?;mwiTJTto,M IliT- - C i a rai 11m vmmwfiti ! mmmmm 1 ii -. . 3intenm5 nflnf A 2PnWSBnnnnnnnn'J'gSSMpjapMajsssssssssajMajM . ' ... nrTi ninnii wit j . -- mj. - ittPSur - wavaw,a5.a Mirr fia7'l3sll rssl TavH&siaviiMHviKMapMafskx iiiiiii naif -li i ' ' . ' 1 ' ,JI?JnHnnnn(s liTlhintl JWrTTnT