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C T , 1mt. aVl,aW17w?BM7 .... .. lA'iir r. i7jM5i FINE JOB PJUNTINO t.U TbV Wllh EXECUTED Ksalntss and Ulspaiek. $t nv SALE BILLS, GEORGE WARREN Hlolcxunu, IEy, Offlce-Jscks- on ENVELOPES, LETTER HEADS, Street, te xt door to Cltr Hah GEORGE WAHHEN, Editor. Tho Oldest Newspaper in ffigtwn YMJT ' ILL L, Wl? mV Fiico of Subscription. CURRENT TOPICS, $1.50. ESTABLISHED POWDER AND BALU 1859. necessttr Chlof-oMollo- IIICKMAN, FULTON COTJNTY, KENTUCRH)AYyDECE i .11 jt.JMl Mlftri " BILL HEADS, '' U 10, " ' " INVITATION!, ETC., ETC. Gcill onthe ctxxcX Soo TJm i i - fler the tlrcumslsQcot, a and 1 deeply regret the UNDER SAILING OKDERS. Th Stotttnehlp Galena Ready Go to HnytL tm BTftTLED .CATAWOUKT ter. Tiik German Emperor li nicknamed ,4the Bantam of Berlin," FJlXSlIlKNT-EXXCT TiatR'fixm It a fashionable fur tbli win it " terrlMo tragedy. Tho alleged murderer further notice. la unharmed but n score of cWicnt of Colonel Jones Issued tho following ItlrmlTnthamarekUlod and woundJ. Alls nrderl mob made an attacV upon o'clock the REOtMEIT, A, 8. IlrAtHltTARTamiSlCOND tho JalL Hhflr(I Hmlth twice warnethem T llllinl"anAM. At., Des. 0. Chigt:d by back. Oct back, men," ha cried. 1 itn Excelleaey. the Governor, wtth the com his here snd o to do my duty and prolocl thot'prIt rnsnu oMb troT preservation ol tbe public peace, I lh law Invoke tbe aid of all earnestly fetiCTery one of them alKdiag eft'Mot business to keep down Va ivcUl make iu,iinifBL 1 iarliularlv cnloln npon ait U MtSS t f lri .AmM&m juBuumeve.,thei&Mtat tv, it ' any"with tvlflll,COO,O0Q out of his public, I assemble In cruvde T 1 llfTV ' II f allowance, il'tn, nd to disperse when requeued totono to, tbe rj are also roqoested to report person Eon tha Bnt tlma In four yean RichJudges and magistrates any mond, Va., will havo a Republican dally Indulges In bo threat! of violence newspajter. or endeavors to incite others to acts of mob Russia U trying to etTrct a largo loan. violence. If any there be who ttlll meditate farther violence 1 earnestly warn them that It Tha coming war In Europe will l carrtad thatct walking. llAno limn it, of Vienna, bat given $ft,00u,000 to Jew lih sobools. 1'mic partlos for Infanta are said to be the latest novelty In Chicago. A has been set up In an old church building In Louisiana. Thb Italian Senate baa Just defeated a Mil granting woman suffrage In Rome. Ai Englishman has Invented a machine for making Illuminated theater pottort. TllKUK U One thing that U seldom fouud "In tha soup," That la Iho church social oyster. Fohtmaktkr naNtnAft PicKiyaojr, ra commends tb abolition of the franking privilege, A wow A?f of Huntington, Ct., who It only thirty-liv- e years of age, Las had nlnt husbands. ; eierclse Is HnRISO!'a fttTorlt Colonel Jones has rccelvod tho following letter from Oorernor Bcayi the arrest of the Note hat you hear about Am Attempt tn Lynch an Altered Mop sheriff. According to reports which have elerer at Klriutiif haiu MM with VoU reached me tbe sheriff performed hit duty, )er fnm a Galling 'Jun Mnt Killed AdTlse me of the state of lbs proceedtngt aganst htm and ask him to send me any reant Manjr rounded. port be may desire to make by wire. Tjiomaa Beat Governor. psTiiiJi or Tin THAOto rri!it Ono precaution against undue cxclto-mollniMixortAM, Ala., Uca 10 An attempt consequent violence was tn Von and at midnight Haturda r night to Irnch Hlch during tho inorlng by the City Conncil, ard Uawca, la jail on A charge of murder wbtci In special session ordered that all lug hit wife and daughter, roiulted la ft saloons and drug stores bo closod until la Used with Awful Effoot on an Alabfixnrv Mob. boon arrested, Pichard, who has also corroborated tho sheriff's . statement. WhUeUaafeof 'jeMinttetr' the "WfeifiewiVwaP Oavjed- - Their VlslM TlirwapestrweHt BntrwweeTim iJTrtmm&Mtt4.xnkrnyMiA' , 4BI andafvrprlaiely ssaieW(rtssWBMBVwUted 33stV aet eewee epssisB f IIFTIETHC if " ' .TMst, Y. M&eports " THE COMMONWEALTH. scuffling with one of his farm bands a few days ago, got bis right leg pulled outot place at the hip joint. He Is In a dangerous condition, as the leg may have to be various 8ur- - Isaac Poweix, of Mlllersbnrg, while w r- f- , ' iucutl , il-liWffc . 4 A aays; I Volunteer, penltenlisries and s'ftMi rho was thought to do its ss I from the effects of spinal "it would seem that the TJelsfd SUtes should I avemodel prisons and reformVoriesotitsowtt n;ennKitis U now recovering rapidly, and In which to confine Its criminal JLtad provisions attend In tr on him pro- empioya-a- t ox ice in bfor the ha at tome suitable loduiirle&n a system tha veurlnarrout of danger. Kentucky with blood Vom wounds on their heads n ounces htm mates record of and faces IhaVt was somewhat Inter when of labor which would not violate threcent act Volunteer haa a .fPAnirp.li nnr bo incoutistent wlthXihe lavs 2:05, and Is valued at $10,000. they eniergMVom the bole. Tbeyflnally wdk I sternly rvyressed. Let us have no more on "ontUk," passed by the several States and tbAprevaU Cot home, but )L about the worst used-udistiller, bloodshed, The law tn Its own orderly and Io7oplnlon relative to the subject of extract I Judge W. H. MoBratxr. the TlK opuIaUon of Japan, at tha rod of lot of hunters lever saw. The cave w was stricken wlta satUssAy !ll surely punish the guilty labor." There were 1,8n Oovernmcnt prison- Vof Uwrenceburg, who believed to be a In of catooiountt. laity var, according to tha Official Qatctlt, Atumpla of lndlrlduals to inflict private i earaiysis somo aaya ngw, i ers In custody aurtng we year. w at 39,00)007. vtngeacce always cause the abeddlagof Innoan acrroorUiioa for the restora it ii VfouxGAKKiTV fell from a moving ireigu FLYINl-MACHINcent blood. Tbe Htate troops now be re cast one rota for Gen- court rocordt, and. it tAlnatUopklnsvllte.and received Inter South Carolina tion and preservation of are ample to preserve order. Attention Is rat FUk, and Kentucky two Totrt for Advocating certain changes to the judicial sys-called to the toUowinffrctlnni of tba criminal It at m ew Saccenaful Trip tem of the United States, he says: neces-It na. In juries. Belva Lockwood. fteel tons 4,71, fTfliA, 4,Tt 4,711. fftdeofAUbaroft. the to overeitlmale Impossible Co ly Islanil. 15. Tolly CurfitinaiiAM, aged ninety U la tald that David fiasco wilt l code mutt 4ViiandOI1 The tectlont of tbe sity that exisU for a chaniro In the IhrAdied near Clintonvllle, a few days 0. A balloon ntceuNew York, H to Initiate Mrs. Jot. O. Maine, Jr., bt rigidly eo forced. Am tout to sajre tbe of iodic al system to meet tbe demands of slncd tlon, under the Irectlon of the Novelty of blood, I solemnly call tbe lulo her ttago career. business of the counWashington. Dec a. tbe constantly all persona to tbse piovlslons of tbe law and Joilr Bell a negro, wis arretted at mad yesterday Compi y, w ere pretry; and I would simply call attention Intbis Tnt headquarter cf Thomas IL Harry1 of Presidential Electors In Kansas warn all persons wbomsoeTer that they will bo reafternoon at Coi y Island, In the protence sented and referred to the Privileges and Elec- connection to my sujrgeiUons In the last Fran kin, for assassination. new Brotherhood o( United I,abor will rlgUly enforced wheusver It It necrssiry new tions Committee, A number of bills wcro In- port and respectfully urre that some change of alwut five hi idred people, Tbo Wonkrogresses on the Ohio Valley TliOMAaG. Jombs, at Satt H gin aw, Mich. evils complained which is entirely worked by troduced. The tariff consideration vias re- be made tbat will remedy tbe change bo la ac- rallroaJbetween Princeton and Hopkbs-vlll- e A UjCtoh In Cincinnati charges next to Colonel of Second Regiment, A B. T. of on all sides, whether that schedelectricity. Is tl Invention of TetcrC. sumed, btfclnning with the earthernware Mayor Thompson, who was only Inductnothing for hit services In caiet where hit regidlets of the hostile action cf the cordance with my views or not" ule and continuing through tho metals. ButCampbell, a Bnx lyn Jeweler. It Is ed Into oflko last Wednesday, has Issued patient clot t not recover court of calms. He recommends tbat a special appropriation emii in forty-twfeet ler, of North Carolina, offered a Joint resolution expressing sympathy for a proclamation fifty feet long and FirTEf.t year ago Omaha wat offered te made to pay special deputy marshals Jonn C TluTTin hat boen appointed mi snixirr warks m won. proposing a constitutional amendment fixing ployed during tho recent elections; that martha families of tbe Ictlms of Saturday QUIET AT BIRMINGHAM. In diameter In tie center. A car and flf teeu arret of land for a city park for $1 V 3.33 p. postmatter it Hampton, Llvlngtton Coon-Tho mob howled tn derlsloa, and nlghVs traccdy, and deeply regretting tho encrs. the the Presidential term at six years. At shals bo allowed increased expenses la tha m suspended from Ko, which It now worth ttto,uOJ. ' vice J. It Butter, resigned. m. tbe Senate adjourned until Monday. aboTo the din could be heard t "We but favoring the maintenance The Jail Strongly (luarded by State service of process arista; out of the enforcehAlloon by mint of a bar, and a proIr cottt Maryland CO, 000 xr year to dont want to hurt you. rimllb, but oocurronco, order, and appealing to all who Commerce law; that IIOCSR. T&o resignation of Perry Belmont, ment of the haa ben nstabllahed at A of law and Itprovftod, by which the device peller maintain iicroytttr nary and prerent othJiiRMisaiiAW, Ala., Dec 10. Birmingof New York, was announwwl- - Tho usual rea we must have that rourdensr." Then loo iaco ond good order to refrain from Mathews, Breckoridge County, Joteph C lu can lo raUt-- o JwnHwl ti iin-owing to the preser States from owning her oyttvrt. olutlon for the distribution of the President s report of State Assstt Attorneys in the 1 there wat a great ruth and HFier IT public asacmblago and remain In tho quiet ham Is quiet dlrjctlon through the air. Jat. message tothe appropriate commlttccs,was re- Department of Justice and tho chief clerk of Mathews, postmaster. A mouxtai peak In Cassia County, Hmlth ordered tho men handling tut. Oat of their homes. ence of the large force of militia guarding korltonUl a genK. MoonE has been appointed K. Allen, thi prcfesslona! aeronaut of ported and adopted. The direct tax bill was tbat depsrtment be increased, and for ot ling gun to Ore. There wat a terrklc so Idaho, bat been named after General liar Bt Loci, LKc, 10 Thj latest advices alt the approaches to the Jail where the the ot the clerical force was at Home, Pike County, vice Jas. It rlet of reports, the mob staggered and from Birmingham, Ala,, are to tho effect awful licence of terror, bloodshed nnd Providence, Itll, after the balloon seat made a special order ior touay, luciaaj u eral rconraniiatlon l lion, H It lQ,(XM,fetl alove the tea. department on a bat's commensurate with 1U Remtnos, resigned. Wednesday. The District of Columbia appropo. agouy was enacted Saturday night. Ten filled with purd oxygen gas, took his to fall en all side. They LeM Tiik dayt of Captain Kldd and hit men began that the authorltloa arc In eonipiein vsst and Increasing butiaest. On this subject &t 330 p. m. the being lot priation bill wat reported, and Jonx It Moore succeeds Edward It wild frettiootcrt we recalled by the depre-d- a tated. and as tho deadly tultctt contloacd session of tho city nnd thcro lallttle likcll he soys Innocent Hies have been sacrificed to save In tho car, and, tVt ground ropej House adjourned. go, he ascended tothe beigitt ol live nun the department during tbe past Moore as pontmastey at Mooresvll "Tho lont of the oy tter plratet In Chetapeake to rain upon them, with oalna and rmtna l.wd uf auvlhcr outbreak. three supposed murderers from the venWAsniaOTOif, Dee, 7. Senatk. .Sotlnscs-slothey fell back In disorder AW LA cniUR. year was a contia loa of what haa been Its Washington County. Uy. geance of an outfaced community. There dred feot, where after going through a tecfthe pro-eof tho murderous flro of the policy during the Last Tuesday the body of a youn girt was As a series of evolutlonttropelllngthe raachln The nw postranssr at Mount Harmon, A RrrCnUCASi lady at the reiult of an (letting rmult House. The Invalid pensions appropriation and a strict snd vigorous enforcewcro lott tod found to tbe lake. Tbe next day several per- Is a general disposition to blame Smith for hither and thlthvrlue landed safely at gun nine lives was submitted on ment of the law. For ncr.Tly for years tht Monroe unty, Is Joseph W.Carth, vice flection bet extracted a tound tooth from mauy eraons woro wounded, The cases sona Identified tht body ss that of a daughter tho slaughter, although many cltlzenscom-moadfi- d bill was reported. A report was Iho South Carolina contested election cae of Department hss kept this object in view, ana Jas. U. Gee. Dtniocretlo dentltl't mouth at 1 Paso, of tho dead are ot a railroat engineer, l CK llawes, llawres hit court, and claim that h faith- Sheepthoad Hay. The experiment follows j ctty altha wiffl Smalls vs. Elliott In favor of Elliott, the sitting the retultt of lit action aro very apparTex, AuquctE. WtLiso!f,Esq of Louisville, disagreeable duty. On pronounced a u ceiled success, luo in jKitlmatten J. H. lived ta tbe sctuibs ct tba M Tk Tbruckuiwrton, th Hawet left town fully performed a company with a member; n'so a minority report In favor o ent Because ot the diligent persecu- Is slated for District Attornev of Kenand several eaiidren, ventor has formed Air Australian paper tartouily dUcutiet McOor, fellal lha Orsl volley. A. Ik Tarrait, house, the contrnry.lt Is asserted thatltwasnoth can11 at'on of to tbe went Monday. Of3cers Smalls. Tho Nlcaraujrua Canal bill wat taken tion of sulU tnr th capital of a million. A. t). Hryanl, was slot In the the mugwnmp, under the luiprettlon that wasabol tucky under the Harrison Administration. found It closed and tbe family gone. That Ins short of deliberate rourdor to Are upon fraudulent patents and against timber ,MmfAntiVrcd until 4:3) pwm, when a throuth (he heart CXlr Hmlth col ret), but It It a Hocky mountain att recently dlt-csd It is evening a negro woman Informed tbe coroner and plunderers ot the public domain, U. K. Cockrell, of Montgomery County, the mob, w hlch was uncrsssU-- d, was taken until 7:30 p. in, tha night sesdicdhonJsr morulmi. Charttt Jenkins, end tbat last PstunUy Hawes left this girl tn alleged, mminid. When the dead are Oyster Plratet Aflaln. i hAi mmfl tn bo undc ritood that the laws en e red hat received dh Dmocratlo nomination SO, sion being detoted to private pension bills. et Rmlthsneld, shot tlrovgh the head, ditd ter thari WooJy night a fw ). In set- - acted for the rejrulaUoa of tho public lands, has left by will tha tm rucday moraine BALTruORC, Nov. 0. Aie spirit of meek A Viktva man fr Dec WASniNQlON, burled and tbe city tettles down again tho IL AniUit, died tfiDCAy for the State Senate In lh Twenty-eightboat 6 o'clock ho called and too'; tbo girl both as to their general dliposttlon and man reof K),CC0 llurliis to a young woman who nets manifested by tho State navy hasera Ion. snornlnc, I'r.ok ChilJr. District, comprising the counties ot Bourho wat going to place her Indlguatlon ogalnt t tho murderers will as grautea w rauroaus BUU uw away, ssjlng that agement and e Cock-re- ll habitually nodded to him whenever the House. No quorum. No business of importAa tnVnowa nefm, shot through the hart, Tboie who turn. It Is not absolutely certain yet that boldenod the uyaler plratsi of the m a convent In Montgomery corporations, are ot binding force, and are to bon, Clara nnd Montgomery. Mr. 4iel Sunday mojn ug to the point of recklessness and au- ance transacted. met htm. knew Ihe llawes family bel eved tbat the Hawes killed his wife and two children. wHhave time to meet all the voters be rigidly and impartially executed." Washington. The wounded nro na follows i They so far forgot themselves Tiik time It rapidly approaching when mother, too, had bcn murdered and the body Borne of the nuthorltles bellevo that he is dacity. In theMllstrlct, as the election does not 'UNCLE SAM. of election of Presidential Electors In Alabama, concealed. Tbe couple had teen divorced, HAYTI AND howlast night as to turn their guns on a pasthe question of gifts for relatives and UC Tate, apslnttrotKait La occur untu August, iccv. and Louisiana were rea boy, from the Innocent, butpubllc opinion, nlch Is, child, New Jersey, Mhsourl had taken filenda will I upjennost in the minds of stot through tbe bp, a thlgb and loin, Isfy is: and he and seat himono a brother In Atlanta, Arrangeinenta MelnE Made for ft Settle-inr- at ever, not always right, brands blm as tho senger steamer. About 7:3) p. m.t as the ceived. A number of and resolutions e Louisville and Nashville Railroad to cird engineer, ittiPX mother Iwmnce K.tihush, or the Trouble Over the fceliure ot coldthe people of th, Chester Wt .lwu.nj.Cto.lc., ln"t iiiinrm Con. rapany has erected a handsome new Monday Hawet married in Oolimhus, M as., fiend. That the perpetrator of such a stealer tadl) vouched. A J. Kchldi a the Steamer Ilaytlen Republic uncor- - ,eiot at rinevllle. Steatubptt Company, was coming out f I bUj wat rctUmed, and several amendments with Ms second blooded deed should maintain the It tald that In deference to the wlthet ehantc formerly of Kalamatoev Mtelu lao la n,i wm nisiin tbrouKhbere It New York,i Dec ft r. At last tho of Mrs, Clot stand tbe President and the tbe Ml tide audit Is (boubthe wllldif, J T wife on h'a wsy to Augusta, Ga when ho was exhibited by Hawes andpertltt in ( iTr on her way to JJaltimore, I 0QCTe& by Democrats rejected, and att p. m. 4t .., , tha .if thft American , The last rati and tie has been laid on the arrested. He was a little agitated at Orst, tut a declaration of Innocence seems almost tft Paul tt large fleet of dredger at an ". will tnakt euextended Euncan touraf- - Mnnlcomery, left )aw sltsblty waandd,Ur th. fn!ii .dlourncd. wai - Georgetown extension of the Versailles quest oned at tbe Ja I and told steam amp bebw the llerkMey shot thnmsh bulb ben closely Hoosc A number ot bills were Introduced chou V e the steamer pasted them the Republic, aolied uy and Midway railroad. knee, O Italler.et ItosLoo a, LouliTitKJkNaw Uiat one of bis cbtldren had beea murdered he Incredible. That he had accomplices, It IlrittsWSWIe"T.ast year and Novem to.Tell. Oato the passen- nn.ter tho call of States. Holman asked for tho tiuiiHavtlen run boat ho U cuUty, there Is r doubt. There Is a pbUv bei qBioawnifa.iui i AILur trakamsD. shot In tbe rlfbl lUe, waa glvet prcami corisAdcraUcn 4V a resolution autUort. At Iff of LhU year 30,000,000 standard ellvtr wound may prove terioasi John IL Nerrttt, seemed appsreaiiyand another Utile girl some bare possibility that the two colored peo- gers o. if'J'l5moi anTtfjrd-rwith- he bad lell May Masl lines ost yi amr- - two Lexington Ben White Investigate fire, of tbem rears In thepflltwtwyr her dcl'ct were added to the stock of unutetl shot through calf of left fr. MAtt Kennedy, days ago with ponemother, and tbat allrelatives ple, Fanny Bryant and Albert Patterson, wkovpV 'he.i the dredgers opened with Ing tbe committee on Judiciary Id wcof St Marc, scorns chsrprsof bribery in recent elections. Tbe to Ue mother's 1 had already sited U shot through holb Ue rWU lee ' he side of the Corsica money in tht Treasury. about to bo cleared killing a negro named Price. Tb plttHet of Corfrr-x-l now In Jail charged with tho complicity, an rv resolution w somewhere la Maine, left arm brokea, J. IV Owen, acarjxm. lckshot. There were thtity lumbia aprroprlation bill was considered and UilteU t Tn following Kentucklans were granted Ax old negro of Waco, Tex., hat been Up Captain Comp-W- a commay hare done the deed. Hawes' attorthUh: J W week circumstances have been ter. aaed&X shot All iC-- a mm pluck In stfok-At- J pensions on ue oiui award the steamer, but they pasted. The pcntlon bill was alto passed. At tent toan Insane aiylum became for yean Qilmore, of Oreen ibroub right 3d, thought to ing tothelight tending to prove Hawes as the neys say that their client will astonish the passeng auetl kiprlni, one who a$0 p. m. the House adjourned. bv hla vesarl and t.schr7s. V. be hat occupied a cabin In the outiklrta of be fAUtly tvouudcdt AlKrt HtutlU (cuiorwli murderer of tbe f.rl and tbat He had Also community by establlahmg his Innocence, were allln their cabins except tho ' 'rrf using to haul down ... bv several Malnous, Buck Creek; John C. the city with a pet tteer. s?routy wouadetl la the back, W. A Hyrd, killed her mother. It was proven F.ast bo glad that tco dared nyell at tho pirates. lase end that every body will tbo American colors, n bet in rtjot sbouldtr, tbe ball emergwitnesses tbat Hawes went to Cogle, May wood; Edmond Burton, DanOr tha Q30tultfuf railroad coustruct-M- i Tnr sum of 450.0M has been realized at attempted lynching did not succeod, with the I'ttle girl about T o'clock Monli defiance of the do- ville; Howard Warren, Nina; Charles Will Mrs. Folsom Wed? In tli United States during the flrat halt ing near tbe spinal eonl tho first day's sale of the Cincinnati Exo'clock. XXxster ruesTOK. rjands of the colored rostroaster Throckmorton as a very day night, and returned aloneInabout lake next of IKM only five milea are tet down to the TEN LIVES LOST. Marshall, Greensburg; Thos. B. Hudson, tbe WASHIOTOX, Deo. 0. Tho siHrl that position buildings. gtrla body wns found The guards In possession of tho steamer, will popular clttten. He was born at DIckerson, credit of lb Stale of Iowa. Newton his Innocence, but Hawet Tub attempt to form a drug trust was a bo rewarded and the vessel released. This Albany Large Mri Foltom, mother of Mrs. Cleveland, Is to morning,attempt-- d protesteda an allbL 1 la now Another Ilsptoslon at Chicago Ky , thirty ara afco ad caiue to pro Albany! John A Caujvuma farmer, believing that failure. soon to be married Is getting to bo a mat31 Mil nnd Other ISulldlugs as agent fcr the has not beyond doubt that Hawes was not diwas tbe news received at Lord & Austin s, BeventyBIx; Win. tmlth, BlrmlBchaa in widow of teamed squirrels and gopb cat wilt rstertuiuate c Wrerhed- ter of rretty free discussion. The husband Southern Ki press Company. About eight-ee- n vorced from his first wife, and. In a note writGeneral SriNisxn's malady is said to be agents of tho sotzed vessel In this at tv. A M. Williams, Craloo: BridgetCatharine, era, purchased a large number andttt Edward O'Mnlley, Loulsvtllo; CiiiCAno, Doc. 11. fl A. M A terrlflo which the gossip have picked out for her cancer. months ago he wat appointed post- ten te htt young bride, be admits Hint bode-cletter from the State Department them at liberty on hit land. told of Its decision reiardingthe widow of Jnc S. Holmes, Covington. master Ha lesvot a wlfo and ouo child. Is Henry l Jlerrltt, the American Consul has just shattered the building ved her about his children and his first wife Resolutions favoring division and It It reported that many cf theoardtnalt A. R Tarrant, aftor the first Tbe negress Fanny Hryaot, with whom by David Oliver ns an oatmeal at the little Saxon city of Chemnitz. He Old Mamma" Fvllex, formerly a serwere unanimously adopted by the Hoytlcn Republic Secretary Bayard says: ou tbe ground Hawet left bit wife aod daughter, wat arrested mill, at tho corner of Halstod and Fulton Is described ns a large man of line pretjnt Home favor the solecthm of Carllnal volley, Your counset Mr. Iirandels, hst now been vant of lay down It F. Pullen, died at Statehood Convention of Dakota, on the as an accomplice In tte crime, aa wat also advised of the conclusion ot this department Paris, a few days ago, at the remarkable of avoiding the flyUlbbont, of JWltlmore, or Cardinal Tatche with the hoi street. The buildings instantly took ence, somewhat past fifty, whose genial that the ralldlty of the tetiure and of the ing bullet. KAto would not hsvo It Albert Patterson, who bad been living with tire, and, with tho saloon of Charles ilur-rh- y dltpoiitlon bat made him a groat favorite 6th. the next Tope. reau, of Mantro.il, at was born on the proceedlncs of alleged condemnation age of 113 years. Bhe Roth told conflicting stories. Mrs. Emma Jackson was shot and inat he Corrsn It ttlll on tbo boom. The French so, however, and a ball struck htm back. her. f o'clock Saturday afternoon the stsrlttng adjolulng, was mass of (lames. The with those traveling Americans who, after stantly killed by her brother, at Glasgow, can not be admitted, and I hare so Informed eastern shore of Maryland In 1775, and At yndlcate that hat cornered the product of lay on his face and ranged up tho died, announcement was made that the foully mur- cause of the explosion It not known, but visiting tho Krjgeblrge, stop to rest at the Mr, Preston, the Ilaytlen Representative at retained her mental 'scuttle until the day uffcrlnj? ho Ma the world It rarrjlng a atock of 7,000,000 After a few minutes tho dnad, told a hos- dered and tnutlaud body ot tbe missing is supposed to have boon the irfiiler. qualut old town of Chemnitz. had been Instructed by his ad wllhuut Sharon, Pa,, was this copilot whodeter the case of tho Hayt'en of her death. She could one of Mr UrsnJen, David McMabter, of mother, Mrs. Km ma K. Hawes, had bcea Government to pound, And It gratptng all It can get, In the oatmeal mill at the time were pital attendant that he boardod at found in Ihe lake at Lake View, a suburban a bullet-bol- e found dead In his store, with Itepubltu U the Government of tho Unltea glasses. A CAtr Jumped on tha pilot of rapidly Murdsrer Kilted by Officers. the hcuto of tbo sheriff of Ktowah retort, and half a mile only from Rati lake, six or seven workmen, whoso names have Tni Jury In tho case of Harper Jordan, In his bead. States." moving train on the Boutheru Faciflo and County at (ladthen and that bo where the body of her daughter May was not been ascertained, and they perished will bo no on trial at Clnrksvllle, for killing John New YonK, Doc GAbBDE!ct Ala- - Doc 0. This morning 'Ihk first appearance of Klltraln and topped. It came hero on business In the United rccoTerd. In hM an hour thousands In tho explosion or In tho flames which rode nine tulles till tha car Deputy Sheriff A. G Christian and A. L. Mitchell In their sparring exhibition at war between tho United States and Haytl Nolan, returned a verdict of murder in the hhea acAmpert o(T lta Lutlnet. Btste Court Mr Herntilej, one of the of men, women arMttUCren hurried forward followed quickly. Above Murphy's saloon Herzberg went out to tho new funftce to Washington, was greeted with bUses. at present Tho Hayticn Government or first degree. I It la iri iotcd tn organise a Joint Memo wounded, wat sitting on tho rear poroh of to tbe lake, Tbe suspicion gained ground early I were 5itDinr lurrar.-zuwejn fc!d 5 nattier that part ol it ni.s. ssa ua "feTTStam Mftftrnjr na E2sTnBEK childron, who had been locked In embezzler named rtrt-t- i thi tsar A Philadelphia y tmsdcif' wllsncfinjaca she'-rial Association of Union and Confederate ut li tfcr. tfsr tutt under Goneral Legitv trcthcr, ihey, too, rcritnea. ino wagon man fcaturday night. Moore Had nea, mu wu '0,X rctfjlvd turns the house while their mother went visit-Inwat arrested on the arrival of the ime, has diplomatic- a5 Vcl?ras !u srqulre snd prs;crr tha tAt- - iam Youngbtooti Mr Alcxanier and 11 Na home. About from Hawes factory adjoining tbo saloon tva ala Iho deputy sheriffs were shot by unknown were burned to death near LexingVancouver, at Portland, Me. as olther yards Cooper, first sported of Cblckamauga, and mark It t to &tk to ally receded from lta Sasa--o'clock four dcttrmUed shock. No one parties, end the wounded c Ulcers started ton. jppoFfpwp.ir Watpfli HepuWIcftu, allied or wounded, wrre not hurt, A. I. drag the take with grappling hooks. About destroyed by tho first as far with HiltaUe tablets and laonuroentt. srrennt position 3 at can ba cut for Lawson AdamJ, who was supposed who was defeated for Congress, in Virwas In tho wngon shop, AT Hopkinsvllle, Rev. Mr. Williams bapA JOINT resolution line heart ottered In Brynnl fell at tho find vol.cy Ho was 1 o clock one ot the books struck a with regard to the learned, when the explosion took place to be an accomplice of Moore. Hew at ginia, by Hon. O. D. Wise, will contest his aelzuro ot tho steamer 122 heavy, yielding substance, and soon the mutized, by Immersion In a Congreat, proposing au amendment to Ihe noar tho front of tho rrowd and was tr shating to rcs.ra n the mob tit tho time. finally arretted nnd locked up In Jail seat tilated corpse lay on tbe bank. The com- Ihe explosion was a terrific one, and Hoytien Republic, persons In seventy minutes, thus breaking Constitution, providing that tho Froildeut men was required tered window for two blocks on either Moore was found and killed for resitting Tho city Is a military encampment. Civil bined strength ot the four aad, concluding to get the record. and Vict Frrl'Ient shall be choteu every James Scllivan nnd Joseph Puts, work It. authorities have practically steppe! down to Uudheavy Th bodyof was weighted down side. It was felt for a radjus of two arrest. It Is belleted that Adams will be Inf? on the farm of U Hcmmlck, near Or- - rid of tho matter as railMflaH'ilate' pieces fourth year, by tbo direct votes of the peo with Thk body of George Crawford, a colored Colonel Jonoa, of Montwas another lynched before morning. and out, and easily as possible, rethe neck and miles. Kvery body thought It around dx owned In Dig road Iroa tied pie, tonvllle, Mlun., were man, missing from Covington for several gomery, w th ten military companies, waist ot the murdcrel woman. She was case of dynamite, becauso of yesterday's ferred tho matter to A Newark (N. J.) tinging society vlilt Stone Late by going through the Ice. dayt, was found back of that city. It fo In chargo of affairs. completely clao, and about her waist and la absolutely distillery. Within Minister Preston with ' White Caps Carry Out Their Threat Kncbber, thought ho died from exposure. Cal Bilahy, a notorious Bald nt Springrl KdUon'a laborntory In Wett Orange, The jail is guarded by Ftato troops, neck were tied heavy scarlet cords, known to attempt on Khufeldt's blow-u- four fires after the OJ Jf. J.t the other evening and tang sovcrnl with Lima. O , Dec 0.- -A Whtto Cap notice has been arrested and it in jail picket lines nxtcndM tevoral have been at the Hawes residence, to which live minutesdllTeient parts of tho city, inAT Falrvlew, Bam Finch waa shot In the trato with tho BUto In was left last Wednesday night at Thomas field, Mo. choruses Into the phonograph that It to squares In cvory direction aud at each were attached six -- iron pieces weighing about occurred Donartment Tuos- - nrrHAL leoitiue. Lreast and arm and fatally wounded, but The back of the tensifying tho general alarm. Th fires, neh. pounds ' saloon, notifying blm that unlets Kngland and let off before a lot approach thoro frowns a Usttllng gun. ten thlpped to Cate) Orlakdo Smith, of Cincinnati, hat been day tbe Btnto Dooartmcnt Informed by whom Is not known, as the dllllculty told tho horrible skull however, were from ordinary causes. OJt of the city dead woman's Mounted trouts are he vacated the building within twenty tne occurred outdoors and a number of shots of tclentltU. Lctrd und been had elected president of the Pittsburgh and tragedy. story and at rrgulnr Intervals acquaint Colonel crushed of Inthe wlih some Itblunt Instrucannon ballt and one hours It would be burned to the Connelltville Hailroad Company. four agents of the Hay tlon were fired. Tnnrie Star In the East. Republic In IbleC-ltyIn ltullnnd. Vt, by a Jonos with tho co milt on of the public ment, presumably u axe, Tbe entire oiciplUl grvtind. Casey did not heed the warning, were found EtLiiA, Ala., Doc 10. la Dusluru, en TiitRKwaia lively fight of a few moThe body t Frank P., ftlias "Usbmlng" prospects of an armed rising by boas wat crushed lu and there was a gaping and last night tho building was burned. Dickinson, was found under a Chicago tbat It did not recog- ments' duration at the ground where the workman engaged In excavating for the mind and Fire bells round military cavity that ws only halt eumealed by her Friday night, astrauge star was seen, in The White Caps left notices nt sevtho ppU nize the validity of n now mill. They are tup foundation of In an advancod stago of decomalarms and soldiers In uniform and armed heavy hair. Her right hand was badly skinned the east. It was red, and moving In a ttmprowilure1nndtha new shops for tho Southern railroad are saloons last night, to take sidewalk poted to be relict of the tturgoyno cam in Ludlow tho othor morning. A with Winchester rltlea have desolated tho aorott the baek, at if Injured in a struggle for southwesterly direction when discovered. eral other Catoy's treatment and leave position. The discovery clears up tho subeiuoat proceed- building of white and colored laborers are warning by thothou-eand- s In ITT?. palgn prlnrlpnl streets and driven back life, and tbe appearance of Ue face and handt It wat above a clutter of stars known as number mystery of tho murder of Charles Gunder-so- n ing of Acting body had been In the water the Elenyards. looking tosurprised to llniHhat, hattown. Fsorxx are Indicated that tbe who have all day boen It was apparently a large which employed lu aUUiig the masons and in August at the same spot Dickinson. ing tcarrwty digested tho ThntiksUIng ward tha laiL The ibUiUry wcreAorderod several days. alar, thouch nd, and traveling very fast and aa they work In somewhat resulted In tho soiiuro An Embezzrer Heads Guilty. after murdering Gundersou, put nts twiy Thft body, as soon as rouno, wss lanrn 10 uia Wltfy OovernO PtiarfrcroUoatfomery:. becrawling In mriey, nioy niw iapiuiy juiumu wwunt In a westerly direction, though bearing r nnd condemnation of separate gangs, the blacks by themselves, fcAr and laid out with the iron weights wb'ch WiLLiAMsroiiT, Pa., Dec. U. Hobert H. under the sidewalk, and, Th&nktglvlug CAine a and with the Chief Ktectoure' VOlonei Gunder-son- 's thrlttmat tiatotx nm tho steamer, and had the color line soon become sharply drawn .title south, until It wat in tno souiuwess Crum,of this city, pleaded guilty to side it, stabbed himself. When haa bell it to the Vol una stU' aiiitonea Mi. " l "' ;z: so advised Minister and created bad feellngs,whlch resulted as 'V- 'vsM" w" 45 decrees! then It moved west. 44WUB54l tba tcdy Uy oa the bank the crown or body was found Dickinson'.? was not $2,4W 'ront the It, O. Dnn & Co. Tho vessel above stated. Thos. Hawson, a white Preston, on time at usual and In fifteen minutes from the tlue first a tn- and was sentenced to noticed. n.MrHnttrsty v y round wat .uja. yesterday feathered will now bo rebated. brought t xueted hero, A aCiT lor Utel It aoou to discovered it wa out of sight cut la tho wrist with a razor and nay i. Jknju GnBcxwELL, of Grand of 5800 and costs, and uudergo Mas. fyg i)fti fine lu tho ueanwuue the .rewed until It swMiisA ire was xirr ....find Haiti will Do pro- - man, was Bgalntt a Brooklyn newspaper by a well Ihey have congre- tude. The feellug ot borrvf, maueswm naa aalUtpiUunmviil of fifteen months tn Ihe Tower, lit, teparated recently irom ner oenbbal BirroirTB. cceded against by the bled freely. Henry Green, colored, rekept within doors. HafJ 0t the CUtrvOiantt. the1 gated In hotel or on street corners and la rage Increased with each moment uniu is known politician of that city becnuie damages. struck 6n the head with a plcir, ana He lott the money In slock husband, Kobert ureenwou, anu rownus ccuiityjalL owners, tho captain and crow for NitTinK. N. J., Uec. 10. The chief of speculation. Greeu-wepaper referred to the politician, whole a front of Duiiotin ooarus. oomo oi sua threatened to become a frensy. Fierce threats ceived a serious wound. Several others on blra on the street shot hlra fatally. Greeu-wel- ll Strong on all l, stump orator At well at n at streets havo been a t vlng, maddened masa of vengeance wereInbeardIntensitysides. thejr ex- nnllM has notified all clalrvoyuuta and both sides were more or less hurt losafS un the Lakes. was a son of Judge Joseph of " leave the city or be ar Going for Dynamilers. of peopK and very little oratorical men almost cried tbe Lako navigation closod " formerly a prominent resident ot Tub first train over the Louisville, St Cmctoo, DocO 1 ft 'P.. l,.tttllnn nf Hid readily organlro citement. could as frauds. year Louis and Texas railroad made tbe trip Ames, the larrested True schooner Governor pyrotechnics tho County, Mo. Meanwhile the search for the body of a secat midnight Tuesday. During aggregate center-boar- d ordered from Antwerp to Perry a mob lo avengo tho killing ot Throck ond child went on, but up to a lato hour It had ge t and only line b ivo boen boats woro lost tho to Owensboro and return t Admiral Leroy Dead. Dn. Mclini?, a druggist and practloner, gross from Loulsvtllo morton and those who fell by him All not been found. That It was thrown Into the ichoonereverbullwatlbuuchod at Wald-borUalonvlere, the center of the strikes nnd absconded. His carrying capacity of which is 17,W oo tbe Cd, bearing tbe chief officials of tbe pe.,. with its mother, however, is now a cer A largo 3f Osbawa, Ont, has Nkw York, Dec. 10. Hear Admiral Le- attemptod dynamite outrages. raluatlon HTO.W- - In bS7 road and a party of Invited guettt. Me,, n few dayt ago. The vetsel It along the walls of tbo city are putted tons, and tho liabilities amount to fully $50,000: assets tainty, and Its flDdlng la only a queillon ot a roy died at the Victoria Uotel at 1:30 p. number of strikers have been arrested. titions of various kluds signed by thouCM feet long and M wide. Her tonnage It sovonty boa's, valued at irrr,T00 and Davy Ciiockktt, colored, was shot nnd oractlcally nominal abort time, Tae proprietors oi mo prupvn sands of people. m. capable of earring W.400 gross tons, were killed at Mlddleton, Blmpsou County, a 7.77SL HbocottOOiX About 5 o'clock p m Bun day a oltlsou have given orders to drain tbe lake, wbtoh haa boaU, valued at Dank Clerk Short. lost, and lu let commenced, A Cathedral's Tenants. Iuk Government bat discovered a short- wont before a justloo of the peace and already beea .11,001 few evenings age Crockett and Mrs, A Yaiilshcd 1'lurhU tlly. tftM400 and capable of carrying some ALLKNTOWN, Pa., Dec. 0. Ilenjamln D. age of eight cents In the accounts of a pa swoiti out a warrant for tho arrest of HinlUi a llko fate. Tho lives lost Docie Bell, who left her husband In tho thirties Ht. Joseph, met Homenhore e In who died In lNHnnd his bondnc.n and hla deputies on the chargo of, murder. Keck, note clerk In the Second National I wish you would not Fla . wus a thriving city of eovoral Augustus NaturalUU find that tlio Cathedral gross tous, stlpwreck during 1S num- time ago, were enjoying a In times of been discovered to Th s was acrved by tho coronor, who found uho powder, Hollo. Hollo If you over mutt fork over If It tends them to the poor of Strasburg, liko tho Coliseum of bered 110, while thU year only sixteen Dr. Nnley'ekltcheu. Some unknown party people. There was also n railroad Bank, of this place, has Bmtth in the jail. Tho coroner took chargo house, be f 4,000 short In his accounts, and Is refired through the window, with the above running fiom tola, on the Amlachleola rivlives were lott under similar circumHomo nnd other antique structures, the jail Captain Peyton Htbb, epoak of Unit again I tdiall novcr Keck Is a man of good theroisnotaves-tlgoo- f lieved from duty. Isaiah V. Williamson, of Philadelphia, of command of tho Montgomery Hlues, ad result stances. novor. Atijrustiw It'e too er, to Ht Joseph. you In habits, nnd declarer; he Is unjuitlyaccuied has qulta an important flora and fauna Iho citv remaining, nor of the railhat given to seven trustees property to the vlsod that tho military take Hmlth und bud; you nro offended overy tlma I At Mt Vernon, James Eraser met Lee Tuacutl'a Capture. WX0 Tit 111 Pay and drawing a pistol of Its own. Not counting tho stork, William Samuels, an old colored of wrong-doinroad. value of $000,000, to l used In giving tha lUwos out ot jail and o.rry them to MontMrs Henrtolta Hnell, Cartel on the street, Hollo Woll, man who live neur Bainbrldgc, told us -ttiicoo, DsaA-- Amos J. ouell, hat shot him dead. Prater claims that Carter poor boys of that city free education In the gomery for safe keeping. This was pouk of your powdering. which temporarily abides In tho neighlftl Cabinet, Spanish whUoquniTollnff for tho other day that many jettrs ago ho lived widow of thr Intimate with Mis. mechanical trades. not acceded to. Dunn a Iho after and Isn't It worth boring chimneys, olght species of birds Issued a notice merunilng the pretout re- had been criminallyago Carter had a flget Madrid, Dec. P. Tho Queen Kegenthas up? AujrtiHttw In Bt. Joseph, nnd traveled thence by the of Tascott, Tux people of London, according to the noon tho rumor bet ame widespread tho aako of mnklnff was Intrusted Honor tfngastn with the forma nest upon tho grent building, whoro ward of tSO.tW for the capturo husband, to Eraser. Two years Moore and killed boh rullroad f rom lola, also stutlng that it with Tom and Jack statement recently made by Mr. Bampton that 1,500 miners from Pratt mluos Yon; hut it Isn't worth while "making tho ilrat uud the lust tint in hla life ho lion of a new cabinet. Senor Sagittbt entho supposed murJoror of her six of them havo become very numerhold good for cf thorn. He had been recently acquitted. Morgan, spend between seven and eight about five mites from liirinlngbnni, up" for tho uko of quarreling. AmerHe win astonished counters much dllllculty In fulfilling the ous. Tho kcstrol,' tho barn owl, tho IW.CO0, tho Utter reward to ever rode nn tho rare. after dark, march to tbe city, A Mcono named Tom Brown was arrest millions of dollars evory year In potted would, with guns, pistols and dynamite ica. four months. uhiMiwo told him that both city uud rail r ta.k. armed domoHtlo sparrow nnd tho common - . td, at Lexington, for outraging a plants and cut flowers. Into a hlreet-Curoad had been in thegruvo for over forty cartridges and assault tho aoldiera, and pigeon rcmuln throughout tho year; girl. after Railroad Company Snel "Sharply t what do you think of tho ycara, Detroit, Mich, Dec A Gaiitiiaoc, lll.t man bet his lumber with dynamite blow to atoms tho Jnll. Tux following Kentucky petitions have Madison, Dee. a Suit has been entered tho jackdaw, tho chimney swallow, noon yesterday a Lako Shore & Michigan an at to rapt would bs made young lady who tdU oppoaltoyou at thu yard against a woman's baby on the elecfeat such qimkera In riiltuitelphlM. been grantedt Original Invalid Wm. It against the Ohio and Mississippi railroad tho martin and tho redstart being tiouthcru switch ongluo ran Into and Oh. bho expected even by tho military, tiibloP,t "Mis' HrlghtwItP tion. He won, bought a nursing bottla wo A Philadelphia newspaper suja that the King, South Carrolltont Nlmrod Shirley, demolished a Fort street & and a cow, and engaged a nurse. The though a successful fliialo wat not antici- poems to bo a very ploaM sort of a girl.'1 prevailing impression that "tho old time, Company by the heirs of A brum Hecht for transitory guests. Besides these, tho Caneyville, Tho car, nt tho Croahan street crots ng. Slick; Frederick Heath, 0,0W for causing his death. established fauna orabraccs throo or woman refuted to give up the baby, and pated. HhcnfT Hmlth aaldof the tmgoJyt "Hut hasn't Bho ralher n tart tonguo? broad brimmed, augur-scoonumber, Restoration and reissue Emanuel A. Quakera" arc Tho passengers, eight or ton In recovered 3, WJ damages before his four spoclos of bats, tho common ' We begged and pleaded with the crowd to winner of the bet went and atked n a two of lttchard, Louisville. Inciease Patrick the Sevworo all more or leas Injured, nud Isn't Bho glvon to cnatlng rellectlonsP" djlug out Is erroneous, at least as fur baek, and death against the Kama road for Injuries widow to marry htm. May his revongo keep shots werethey fired tho first shot. concerned, Twenty-Atfired by the crowd before 1 eral Nothing moro natural, ray boy, than Philadelphia laaamo impression prevailed, recolved w hlto I oardlng ono of their trains mouso and tho church rnt, a butterfly, them. Mrs. Mary Uouk and John beenlcus, Ponders, Falmouth; Samuel Combs, Marbecome sweet. ago tho gave the order to fire. We begged them to loura somo spiders and a few ants; while tho were so badly hurt they will probably die row's. Reissue John Gentry, Cromwell; should caBt reflection. Sho U but ttaginon tho benches in tho meeting at North Vernon, iLd. Tiik Now York Sun records a battle be halt at the mouth ot the alley, and ttlll they Mint bho hugo stono spire, rising 465 feot above Ihe accident was caused by the Wlnlleld H. Johnson, Greenville; Reuben good houses are na full ns then. Tho ex plan a closeUuMfatus. tween a mink and an eel. The mink had kepi coming ox We begged them to go such a polished girl, and such a Tho Extrcmo Penally ol Iho Law. Frailer, Tompklnvllle Ell Marlow. Wiltho pavomont. Is tho rendezvous of neglecting to 'the eel by the back of the head, but tha back, and time and again warned tbem looklng-luBS.- " lion Is that, after coquetting with worldly liamsburg. Jiestliictlve "lre at Montreal Marqukttb, Mich.i Dee. 0. Louis thousands of ln&ects that wander lu we thould shoot, but tbey would cot young ways and fashions for a action, the 'eel wound bltnielt around the mink, and that up the alley, MoxifittL, fan , Dec attempted to ruurder E. B, Mas. Maiuiahlt Wvaft atUmpted te listen to us. Tbey ratne Nlcoll, At tlo mouth of a Cornish mine pencratlon of Friends undergo a reaction .Wilson, who July, at this place, was found the air. Tho local flora of tho dressed Lvman, Hons&Ca'a wholesale drug bouse commit nlclde nearKredonhi.by swallcw rolled him around In the water until he let close to the Jul door, and shoutt-d'Ulovt up last into tho same wuys and twenty stones Is represented by somo "Do not nnd gradually fall U even Tie luauraucu go, and the fight was a draw, lo- - ef'lli.Wl the Jail with dynamiter After sit this and thoro U thin pleoo of mUIcot tho plain guilty of an Attempt to murder, and microscopic lichens. Atkansaw Troth ivtuaod o 1.VI H tVir firemen wcro bad-l- Ing a largo dou of morphine. r)LO Is again raging In the Kait, and after they opened fire I gavo the order to tire. fall down UiUnhnU, as thto aio men tho sumo austeregrandfathcra toand fuols up f sentenced to twenty!! ve ears' Imprison garb of their leel continued firing after wo ceased. lujuied. played as It Is there the game furnlihes an TUcy we iter moat, tne cxireiye penuu v. su could not have done any thing die un- - ut work nt tho bottom of It." that excellent winter lubttltuto for baieball. . f If w f- rctid' 1 sbed-dn- g att-nt'- 1 Rear Admiral Mico In Conioisnd of Ue Kfpedltlon. steamship Oa Uiw Yonrr, Dec 10.-- The Una, manned and armed for an engagement If iieceaaary, and commanded by a veteran Captain, George W. Sumner, was to get under way for prepared She Haytl at a moment'a notice. Adorders. sailing under was Sum miral nharnrdl and Cantata ner said they had rscelved no orders to sail, but they were of the opinion that the vetsel would sail y on the Yantlc and Richmond an going on. They will probably be completed in a few days, and the vetsels will bs ready for sea. Advices received by merchants In the city today indicate that tfco shipping trade la suffering from the state of. affairs In llayth FulL4. anectue Instructions la regard to agtmenkof the Haytlea exrdrtW hare been given to Rear Admiral Luce, commanding the North Atlantic Squadron, and their execution Is all that remains to be done. He Is to proceed to Tort-a- n Trtnce nnd request the releaso of the steamer Haytlott Republic, and If tbe authorities refuse to surrender her to him be Is to selre the vessel by force of arms and take her to somsneutrnt territory, where she can be restored to her owners. Tho time of tbe departure of each will be determined by Rear Admiral Luce, who has full discretion In the mat ter. It Is expected that tba Catena will Kxtra preor tall cautions have been taken to guard agnlntt yellow fever, and none of the vessels will remain In the vicinity longer than Is re quired to accomplish the object of Its visit. Olll c I a dispatches from Haytl ttate that attempt by foreign representatives to restore peace on tho Island were futile, y rs rap-Idl- coloiJtot UfJ.ttaTriBny. Vi., Trngo-ateMllIfa- See. Tnree U IHsJl ,yerF. tofether tanty sWj ;o(te an adventure tv few nights seBeaaaHMt since. OV three men Were (J aU Jones. UBteaf aaMavTssU waa'electotae testers e xeeTse'of tae tee Uall isest m ldnk Mfb Mil Bamatterton, TbyA ClSenaa 1bW pe teady iwitK therrsaseaeV aty werw jywqiiigr 'ltQMWWsptfPi ?wei.afT; Seaa4or.a.hetBsT eowtt soeeeet)sehedete It was aostaeoed saierki ;aielr. saeaU to ths p win were mirpowwo, laetvdiag oa hr she eon struct Urn of steel raw bevarawl wtth dynaraUe. geae. aad A raotiontt Woeeed tv Ute Aoeslacratten e referrea. A fcaaaac eg ! eUers' SSsWiSHBt WlflVXt Coeereea '7 eC Ot Jtt dogfl . to be,iiwe;ia a bvekea Xge ot were sbeat4e Hwsl-:t- 4 rocks, t((tM went Urtmgh the wsvlce aad referiVVteasswsiosi out ot'Jjhwd Were baying tateW'gsfStevt vestlgate crtasJMl eettjte sjsmiiaaaiag w v kMtwsl-rMterta- readyered 'eiBwae& IteenttKmgBt Lwait . tmti! Journed. x. Milko.theeeW-- f& i f eattas iyttt4W ameM..'TM gealerHrii l fc waeapoeeeoT. soi iiiaae. ea-- i aave, asw (" -- 'tusta - tssssl nu.H- -t "'i" Into ,tFtTtfc,KOt d0WttOtTUelrs;nee and aeaifcUeach one wlthalfie torch In handSTseV had not gonemore than tvHej twenty-ft- e or thtrty feet wb vIcIom i eaUnsdwate "" . !. m. epran .mm ana maae fior the of 4wgffii was prettjvweU I rM.r t seats a bi-ta-arc- ct AiUsaViMrw-wflfsr-M HearrKaeaat Taeawaete, oppeitk.n ot ..- i far too aajmsawa a inenu- JaftSsati - mtmlHU'Uma . w orri ..-- -t mX wo-Urae toefw,rv-s- a xMWtjseveeevfi KS4UM a ( character t1irrjtusetVJ Wst MwrAj. sveked the le Bfsaijee.'tHej TWtAneUf wttl.ee J attorney General report a ah mi si Siren cf the uttng the last statistics ot ei, and a state- 9 Supreme Court mej in tbo rFrench spoil a-kM9; represent- about bese cates hero the court Is con ailed to Congress. fled to Congross ti ?W&iffA . isteioent In regard at of litigation la party dar ky General says it on of real Ir.Jd ritfttet prls- during the tuCDt lo be la stoppeeivi Tbfc, Jaa,ii , w: .sW. MMmfrjr. Xftepers treet-. nH charged through . the . . . . . narrow pwtage over their baca ana snoai- were so badly ders. Althreeof the men cratcbevtwed and torn and bllndel p E. Alr-Shl- p ' ort a mot Ian IX nn thfi table?, tho rote stood-rea- s nays 30, a strict party vote A number ef, amendments offered by Democrats were voted down. Tbe Union Pacific settlement bill was m&do a special order for Wednesday next. After disposing of 1 psges the Senate adjourned. HOC8L A number of bias and resolution! Unanimous consent was were Introduced. asked for the consideration of the "omnibus blip for the admission of tho Territories, but objection was made. The eight hour law claims bill was talked oter the morning hour. The bill to quiet the title of Det Moines rtver land settlers wals considered and passed. The direct tax bill was made a special order fcr Thursday, Saturday ard Tuetday strt,2dat5p. m. the House adjourned. -- Mtiini mcif . . . .ji.ilhi jkli T"P7T-'JTr4iB- f: :v r ii. LK- - ?f, -- amputated. Tiik President has pardoned W. T. Ellington, who was convicted, In the District of Kentucky, In October last, of violating Internal revenuo taws, and sentenced to tiz months' Imprisonment and to pay a fine of $500. The pardon takes effect on tbe lMh Instant. tfZ UmtCsA r&' T. I. Glover, an Insurance agent of Louisville, attempted suicide with morphine the other afternoon, lie bad lost money on tho election, and was behind 'Willi hie bvoas, and could noi aiand Use exposure w hlch retulttd from a vltlt from the company's Inspector, which occurred that day. He will recovsr. Vehnost Lambxrt, the tanyear-oldbo- y who was accidentally .shot at Loxtagton by Jits playmate, JTaskerolks tttjeddttdtrotattteetI twelver tMPtvvwe t. jj& -- ..vv- , ;rtoM. e ld o. n gat BMATE.-Certlflc- ates Air-Shi- p 1 atr-thl- cigar-shape- d, o yt n. machine Inter-Stat- e poaT-ornr- t: d a post-mast- er n. wo-k- 11 nt Admin-titratio- t bkj ts a d-- h Chesa-peak- itH tieis fz---- lr ijr m- 'lit that-terei- t, 4f ri Ioui-vill- a, o cf, ij uiuj, PTtarf;f a a 1 OMt-Mr- e Wash-ingto- n ilut - we-;-- v Bte-ye- ns Kd-wr- " g, d u-- u mill-pon- p 1 SVSS Mmm Au-.u- a, rs, .t.u.. J" A i li eit-n- s 'r. wire-pulle- r, "wind-jammer- fortune-telleral- o d forty-eigh- -- ' flfty-thrc- o thou-enn- d tete-a-tet- for-jyl- To-da- Ir m r.i.d ld r. him-woo- d p e y half-wa- y t rw? 1 in KUsfl ,.M A slJMJJ'SlzaMM 2'1 " VMEINCTfrei L ' jrr: ' r' '" i r THE HICKMAN COURIER. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY IIV I I 3 WW TJ- - & ' 7r " iff' 9 GEORGE WARREN, XXlols.avin.il Office -- Jack THE HICKMAIfr r T -- 2JSZy9 , cop ISi '- FINE JOB MINTING 1 mil il&f ".TiMarfczzi i ii i EXECUTED- Wilh Neatness and Dispatch SALE BILLS, j- - - ' - , W tt Va V v ENVELOPES, LETTER HEADS, BILL HEADS, ton Street, next ttoor to CItr Hat GEOnGE VVAHPEN, Editor. IVIco Tho Oldest Nowspapor in Western Kentucky. t i i..i Ih.ii.. W..i !.. ill .,, ill ) iii.iit.Kt" hJMdfc Iiiji ' ' ' . i -- r - v M ft : ificrr: F-- INVITATION, ETC., ETC. of Siilisrrliillaiu CURRENT TOPICS. $l.f0. ESTABLISHED POWDER AND DALU 1S5J). HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUOKfg-lhuDAY- . mmWMm-t DeeV4.-SKM$.-- Thrts Y -- -jfe Call M. I zxxxcX Soo TTih. V Isaac Powxrx, of Mllterthurg, while arch' ef Toasam-H- ort the -- Various Sue T T eitJ9aT0B. Work of WIS uepar Videos tjeatti Clawed sculQing with ono of his farm hand a few Their ' ITisy been arrested, corroborated tho ehcrjff'e Thi Stottmshlp Oalana Uoady to Various AT Witantotoif. to eonore Throuchtlit Otitrneted Knirnncc days ago, got his right leg pulled out of attorney aanoral atatomont. reports vere aubtnttted and, ftpprprlately WaJiuiaQTUtt Dre, TliK German Emperor It nicknamed "tht Go to Hnytb an Alabama Mob. GLAt ' annual report place at the hip Joint He Is In a danger-oColonel Jonea baa rcerlvod tho following RtxaH)V. ViM Decl referred. A msberof bills were Introduced, flarlaad baa made Bantam of Berlin." slnesi of tbe colored md IlvIngT lottor from Ooreruor Hcayt condition, a tht leg may have to bt Farmer Milieu's Including one for tho construction ot steel roas to Conrrtss ot tha.j PucfiitiKir-itt.roBuili you hear about the arrest of the tho last amputated. HaiihiboVs favorite An Attempt ia Lynch Art 'Note of tkw placeVotiHch Mountain, a few ndlet dli and orulscrt to bo armed Wlin ajnamiw gtmsv Beeartment Of JutW Atlecd Mum therm what reports which have Itear Admiral I.nce In Command ot Actordtng to ttatutlcs exerclto It that of walking. lanV&Hi(te an adventure o few Slights A motion to proceed to the conildcratloa of the seal year, together' Kipfdllloru stt llkrrnln(liMin Metwltti a Vol. The President hat pardoned W. T. EI , acd a state reached me the sheriff performed his duty. Tfnin nti4twt in Mr. Alll crmo sgaintl toe umt t.ja. kiii lUnax Hinsif, of Vie tinn, hat given 'Th s Supreme Court ltngton, who w a convicted, In tiie District j mAndnlltnc ftiin Mn Killed Advise rae of the state ot the proceedlngt stearatbip Oa- since Moris three men were Gabe Joue's, son colled up the tariff bill, but tbt Demeeratlo I Hteat'oftht bt4aest llX-- Tbe A,U"ij,ooo to Jew ill schools, New Your, Pec Link and BamPatterson, They filed ask him to tend me any re Many VounUtl. in tho of Kentucky, In October last, of violating aganat him and psM VM intend-- ! of iCUlm, lana, mannwl and armed for an engago Tmk prtlo for Infants aro said to be spoil a-- Internal reenuo taws, nnd sentenced to wero f French riort h tnsy desire to make by wlro. fitting 'pOMUra, knnd had ral fMnators firl betnff tCftdf With thetr tetur ewrt . la 1 kW represent-ment If necetsary, and commanded by a ready "Optured tersrst. when TtjBelr, menu to tht tobacco schedule It was postponed ttoa eases ; aumbe TiinsfAA Skat Clovernor. the latest novelty In CM en go. adtlx month' Imprisonment and to pay a nsTiitJi or tii thaoio rrin. until to morrow.' At 14 .tt p. m. the Senate George W. Bumner, was dogs bpM precaution n gainst undue exctto-moabout 13V Ono Vvettel veteran Captain, A lna? hat been if t up In vhat the men thought attempt HiiiMiMdHAM, Ala., Dca ia-- An 5 hese cases havo fine of $.7X. The pardon takes effect on get under way for to be dJtoon, In a broken ledge of journed. Tbfc malortty: nnd consequent violence waa taken prepared to nn oh) etiurch building In Louisiana. at mldnUht Haturdiiy night to lynch lllch during tho muring by the City ConnctI, HOOHt-- Th annual report., were subraitte && tbt court Is con the 13th Instant. SMn &otMnA&t aofart Bho tC. 3 Haytl at a moment's notlct. Tun Italian Senate hat Just defeated a ard Hnwcs, In Jail on a charge of murde rocks. m idoff went tbrpugb the ere vie Killed to Cod ere and referrotl V molutlon was offered te in ceroed, and have beea T. I Olovkr, an Insurance agent of Adwbfci In special aoeslon ordered that all was orders. tailing; ... under tAtjiMiiuM tar Im Tm retaatnaer vmi do Mil granting woman suffrage In Home. tng hit wlfo and daughter, recited In a aaloon tried to Consrett Loulstllle, attempted suicide with morout or tip land were baying their same, nd drug store bo closed until and Captain BurAw Englishman ba Invented a machine tcrrlblo trogodr miral Ohernrdl Tho alleged murderer 4 when t'fctBiMS, flhdlng tbey could crawl District Itefewsl a CoItetj t ee Itele-tfi iwesent settw notice. afternoon, n too re of el'icn of further they had received no orders to Into 'Uiefet-erof Kortfc fafcot ner said It unharmed but for making Illuminated theater pottora. ltVrmakwg sidttaitt rtttement la regard phine the otherelection, nnd lie bad lost got down on tholr knees pet4Hnof catena Colonol Jones Istuod tho following was behind or miration in monoy on the se character sail, but they were of the opinion that and fctaifht breach ono with a pine torch steUd Mr tho admUtiou Ot the TerTnofUfiwJ Tiixnc It on Uiing llml seldom found IllrmmthamarekUloo: aod woundvl At 13 order I -- wn a party dor with his books, and could not stand ths bllt to erect a monument to MsiorOeaeral whle4 tbe United Bt toclo) o'clock the mob mad a an attack' upon B. the vessel would tall "In the soup," That It tho church nrntMCTT, A. UiEAnguAnTrnsSccoMn in hanl1by had not gone moretban Err Gene ral tayt oiposute which retulUd fioiu a vlilt from Knox at ThomaatoiwMe. provoked the teftJrt yeaar. tfaaJ the JnlL Hher ft Hrnlthtwlco warnthetn T HiiiwtNmtAM, AU, Iw, t Charjtd ty on tht Yantic and Hlcbmondaro rap- - twenty-3c- r oyster. Uh Henry Bit on of pent-thirty wbn( occurred that yine tstual opposition 01 itHfiort'iY...iw" back (let back, mon," bo cried, "I am go his Kicellency, tne uorernor, wan too coin Idly going on. Thty will probably be vicious pvU, two large catamount br.jj Sfates pri"- - the company's Inspector, which I'OMTMAfiTKK G,imAf. DtCKIXftOY, re wbtM TtBa.)rTh teurle "eesed w rtnadt Ocrlng the that day. He will recover. Urecklnrldgo lug to do my duty and protect thoaa prtt mtndoftba troom ow assembled here and completed In a few days, and tho vessels sprang SR-are commends the abolition of thu fra'ikliii i ttu Ooiis and made for point of no qucruHi was ratted id a eallof the Oners the preservation qi tbe public peace, wl will bs randy for sta. Advices received VEttNO.f LAJtntnT, tha Riwcat to do in i i privilege. Qp$4i 'nhtelr-wa- s nU nt all JBBJi?.;iilTA!l mvnhA Jh preitr welt Houws ordered .1 rurneH WVWS who was accidentally auolr rt Ii'.SiJiGa Indicate tha Tax every one ot them by merchant In the city K TVHf of Huntington, Ct., who if ttopped a with admg et ene 'posm'bunters, ontUoi. nt, wheirtbi Houao adjowisea.y'' trest- - h tt'avmata, Tatker Polk, aged hi J m Ve i h1 hottoiil butinett to keep uown that the shipping trade is suffering from of ag, liat hail utnt wy Y(AWWinQKuVM. 5 WHtATBA r-aJ-twclrcscfsetlme ago, died from tbe ef- txa.unkest. I eaniruUrlv enjoin upon All tbe state of affair In Haytl. Full and huntaiiiit taw tNjssUageiHt4S J4lrainlrow assemUltog 'IsawgutiatTCtgrttnrww to tuttua-- J -. aprciflc Instruction: )a ' talllUupetvT WtlUaiu U creriltal m auoucLr? rowra, nw arwMUU-ieuB-OWcla tute for the Mfll bill On a motion to lay thsyj Into toe adv!aWl.yfV. - wiTtAwlTfilrrVysm If..lUn OTM.fltflnn hV I . w, any "312,1X,(03 out of hit public vritb In crotfds assemble nt HU a1i charced through the tnbstltuto on the table, tho vote ttood yea tlVSt VnlnnfMr who WftS tnOUlZUt W l and tJtornty II pcn.Ventlarte comr been given to Roar Admiral Luco, nd to disperse when requested to do to. t al twuii. snoui- - nays 20, a strict party vote. A number of ige over their back and "It would seem mat tne uor Sate thonld (i.in nn.lltlnn from the effect of spinal ' uy art also requested to report to tbe manding the Korth Atlantic Squadron, Von tho tint tlma In four yean HIch were so badly amendments offered by Deroocratt were voted havemodel prisons and rcformVoriesof itsown Alkbree of tha men rapidly, and judgrs magistrates any person and their execution Is all that remains to and monJ, V t will Iiatv a lUpubllcan (lallj wed and torn and blinded down. Tbe Union Faciflo tcttlement bill wat m which to confine It. criminal! provision a ,lln nn him nro- In Indulges bo a threats of violence be done. Ho It to proceed to Port-aun ttVI lt(U J could be made for the emrloyapntof the inmade a tpcclat order for Wednesday next r.wtpap. on their bead nets of mob om wounds or endeavor to Incite others to jventucsy system nnnnpM Ittm ntlt of dancer. Rl'MA in trying toefTrrt a larga loan, After disposing of IM pages the Senate ad- mate at some suitable IcduitrlesVi a If any there be who still meditate Prince nnd request tho release of the und face thai ;wa somewhat Interwben record of of labor which would not violate threcent ct Volunteer has a Tha comlni; Mar In Juropo will lw carrleJ further violence I earnestly warn tbem that It steamer Hnytlou Hepubllc, and If the they emerged cm the hole. They finally journed. nfpnnirfsi nor be Ineontlsleot wlthXihe lav riJ1rAV tL lUfi 2;35, and Is valued at $10,000. repressed Iet ut hive do more authorities refuse to surrender her to A number of bills and resolution! will be sternly Hocse. on m tUk." nnd thoNprcvatt got home, but obout the worat uaeil-nUnanimout consent wat passed by iho several toBtates bloodshed. Tbe law in Its own orderly and him be were Introduced. U. IL MoHnAVin. tho distiller. Is to seize the vessel by lot of hunters tne sublet of Ctntract lae opulatlon of Japan, at th end of log opinions relative Lever taw, ilie cave v majestic way will sorely punisn tbe gulltv. asked for tho consideration of tho "omnlbut neutral believed to be were 1.8T5 Government prison ;of Lnwrencoburg, who a etrlcien with lait yar, nccordlnff to tha OjJIrfnJ (Snxttte, of catomounts. Territories, but labor." Thereduring ot individuals to inflict prime force of arms and take her to tome Aiiempi bill" fcr tho admission of the the year. saralysls some days ago, is deal. era la custody watW.OtWWT. vengesocealwsrt cause tht shedding of Inno- territory, where she can be restored to her objection wa made Tho eight hour law claim He urget an appropriaUoa for the restora joit.v Gahkitv fell from n moving freight Tne Htate troops now here owners. Tho time of the departure of cent blood HotTH Caiiouia caitona rota for (Ian-rPLYINl-MAOHINbill wa talked over tho morning hour. The tlon and prctervatlon of court rocords, and, it are ample to preserve order. Attention Is each will be determined by Hear Admiral tiln at Hopklnsvllle, and received Inter- rik( And Kentucky two votet fcr Mil to quiet the title of He Molnc river land advocating certain chan&et In tho Judicial ty called to the followingfteciions of the criminal In the nint-tehit full U (1 bsfiinjuries. ivuftfdercd and passed. The direct imnf the United tiutes, betayai at wittier lWa Iockwooi. n i.T10, 4,711, !,uc, uho expected dtsiretlnn Galena will accerul Till m m ew ,Ir-SBecllon4,7v-- i, codeofAUbsm aged ninety to overestimate the necesthat tbt It Is tax bill was made a special order for Thursday, Impottlble . rotLTCrsMiNanAif, lovy Islnnd. It la talit that Davl lltlatco will l en 4 Til and 4.711 Tbe tectlont of the code must Saturday ai d Tuesday next sad atS p. in. tho sity that exists for a chango In the thre died nearClIntonville, a few days Extra preor sail KtgtHl tolmtiaU Mi. Ja. (I. Main, Jr.r New YortK, If. P. A balloon acen-tlcbe rigidly unforced. Ansleu to tojre the thed of Judle al ytem to meet tho demand slnc4 dngofblood.1 solemnly call tbe attent ea of cautions have been taken to guard agalnt tnto her iia(o career. under thecreetlon of the Novelty Ifoue adjourned. Dec 8 Benatc Certificate coun WAsni-rOTthe constantly tncreaslnj buslnet of theIn all torsons to these piovlslont of the law and yellow fever, and none of tho vessels will Comjliy, wa made yesterday Tile hedrptnrtrrt of Thomnt 11 Harry ' thlt preJoi BKtr., a negro, wit arrested si try; nnd I would simply call attention of Presidential rdectorsln Kansawero wsrn all persont whomsoever that tbey will be remain In the vicinity longer than Is rerenew llrotherhood of TTnitl Lalwr wllll afternoon at Coily Island, In the pro&cnce connect'on to my tus:gestlont in the lntt Frankln, for assassination. and referred to the Frit liege and Elecrigidly enforced wbenerer It It necessary chang ur object of Its of about five bAdrel people. Tho new sented Committee, A number of bills vcro Intbattomo quired to nicompllsh the port and retpectfully at Bttt Haglnaw, Mich. Wonkvogretse on the Ohio Vallty tions ThomiG Joms be made that will remedy the evilt complained as reA ixiCTou In Cincinnati cbarget nxt to which It entirely worked by troduced. The tariff consideration visit OlBclal dltpntcbe from Haytl state Culonelef Second Regiment, A S T." rallroaJbetweenrrinceton and Hopklis-vlll- e of on all tide, whether tbat chango bo in only Inducttil invention of Peter C. sumed, bckinnlng with the eartbernwaresched-uivttarepresentatives Ma or Thompson, who wa clectrkity, Is that attempt by foreign nothins for hit tervlcei In catet w bare hit regirdlett of the hostile action of the with my view or not" ed Into cOIco Iat Wodncadny, ha lucd to restore peace on tho Island wero fatilo. Campbell, a Hroilyn jeweler. It Is cigar tuulliitiinrf through thd mculs. Hut patient doai not rccoTar. He recommond that atpeclal appropriation court of calms. a proclamation expressing aympathy for emoffered, two feet ler, of North Carolina, offered a Joint resolution thapeil, fifty feel long and fort to pay tpeeUl deputy marthals 1'imn eart ao Omaha wat 512,-ftnx mrnirr wAn Tnx won. John G IIuttek bas Uen appointed amendment fixing be made proposing a constitutional tha famllIeof the victim of Saturday QUIET AT DZIlMXNanAM. tor fifteen arr4 cf land for a city In diameter In tlo center. A car and ployed during the recent elections; that Livingston Coun3.35 p. oncra." Tlio mob howled In derlaloo, and night's tragedy, and deeply regretting tho be allowed increased cxpentet In tho postmaster it Hampton, from tho the Presidential term at alx year. At which U now worth KW.UOI. tm suspended "We occurrence, but favoring tho maintenance -, The Jail Strongly in nld by Stale ' abovo the din could b heard ty, vice J. lLUutter, reslgnod. m. the Senate adjourned until Monday. tervlce of process arlsio- out of the enforceand a proJOOU) balloon by mns of a bar, r year to don't want to hurt you, hmltb, but of law and order, and appealing to all w bo Ir cottt Maryland Tno rctlKnatlon of Perry IJelmont ment cf the later State Cemraerc Iwj that s ha been established at A peller is profiled, by which tho dovlec ofIIorsR. maintain her oy tier na y and prevent oth Then love peaeo and good order to refrain from UinMixoiiAM, Ala., Dec. wo mutt hae that rounlcrr New York, wat announced. Tho usual thetalariea of the Exaal&erof Calms In the Mathews, Breckiirldge County, Joseph C er Hlatei from owning her oyttert. can le rnlsff or lowered or moved In a owing to the presthere) wa a great ruth wnJ tfier ff public aatcmblago and remain In tho qulot ham Is quiet for the distribution of the President's report of State Assisftt Attorneys In the 1 A MotttTAiv ieAk In I'AntlA County, korlrontal dlilctlon through the air. Jas. message to tbe nppropriato committeo,wa Department of Justice and tho chief cleric of Mathews, postmaster. Hmlth ordere! tha men handling tht Oat ence of the large force of militia guarding of their home. S. K. Moore has been appointed postnnd adnted. The direct lax bill wa Idaho, hat been named after Oenrral tbat department do increascu, nuu iui of ling gun to tiro. Thero was a terrUcee where tht K. Allen, thi prcfeslonnI aeronaut of Ht Ioui. Dec 10 Tho latest advicoa all tht approaches to the tha master at Home, Pike County, vice Jas. H. reonranlration of th cUrk- -t furoa rtet of reports, the mob tla?ffcrcA and from Hlrmtngham, Ala., are to tho effect awful scence of terror, blood t bed nnd FrovUence, Itll, after the balloon was made n tpcclat order for to day, Tuesday and It la HVnl,fM ntKJte tha tea s commensurnlo - The District of Columbia appro department on a has business. On this with its Homines, resigned. TllK Uayt tf Captain Kldd and hit men began to fall en all aide. They bei that tho authorltlca are In completopo-sesniosubject agony u a enacted Saturday night Ten filled wltlipurd oxygen gaa, took his seat uv.innvast and Increasing 3 30 p. m. the priation bill wat reported, and at Uted, and at tho deadly tullott rontloied of tho city and thero Isllttlo llkell wild freittooteri Ate recalled by thodepre Johx It MoonE suc;eeds Edward It Innocent Ihos have betn sacrificed to save In tho car, and, tV ground rope being let House adjourned he says: go, he ascended tohe height of live nun da lona of tha oyiter pirates In Chetapeake to rain upon them, with oaths and cuifct hood of another outbreak. Tho wok of the department during the past Moore as postmaster' at Mooresvllle, three supposed murderers from the venDec. 7. Sesat. Notinses-Ion- . vrASiiiMrro, they fell back In disorder IIAWLS CtllUR. ioa of what has been IU Washington County. dreil feet, where after going through a vear was a contin Uj outraged Aa a rmull of tho murderous flro of ihc leofthe proent Adminpolicy during the lift Tu1y the botly cf a young grl wo geance of nndisposition community. There series ot evolutlontWopetllngtbeinachln A ItKrvtiucA.f lady at tha retult of an to blame Hmlth for 1he new postramler at Mount Hennon, It a general Hocsc Tbe invalid pension appropriation istration, and a strict and vigorous enforceOatllng kuq nlno lives wcro lott tod found In lb lake, 7bet.exl day svrrat pe hither and thlthcrlhe landed safely at bill a reported. A report was submitted on ment of tho ettracteAl a tound tooth from many election daughter on identified tht body at that of a tht tbo tlaughter, although many citizens comlaw. For nearly four years ana Monrt-- C unty, Is Joseph W, Curtl vice Ksroiit wero wounded Tho naact Hheepshead c. Bay. iho experiment was the Bouth Carolina contested election case of Department est kept ttl object tn view, Democratic dentltt'a mouth at 11 Paio, of tho dead nro as follow. wf w ladroftt engine, Dck Jas. H. Gee. mended hi course, nnd claim tbat bo faithappalived t& It suburb cf tha city trltha wife fully performed n disagreeable duty, Un pruiitjututMl a deciled ucre. The inTei. Smalls vs. Elliott In farcr of Elliott the lttlnj 3 It nn jvtitmBtr tne rctultt of Its action are very persecuM Ii 'thmcknwrtnn August E. Wiusox, Esq., of I)uisville, town Hawet left aod several enudren. ventor bo formed Vi company with a member; a'so u minority report In favor o rent Ilecaute of the diligent An AuttrAllan paper ttrinatly dltcuitM McOor, fellal th flrt I volley. X Ik Tamil u the bouse, the contrary.lt Is asserted thatlt wna nothof Is slated for District Attorney of Kenwent OMcer Smalt. Tho Nicarnugua Canal billtstwa taken tion of tutu tor the cancellation the mugwniMj under the Imprettlon that was shot la the tick. A. l Ilryant, wn tiot Moaday It closed and the family gone. Thai ing abort of deliberate murder to firo upon capital of n million. tucky under the Harrison Administration. but found fraudulent patentt and agalntt timber up aud vutMuVivd until 4.21 p. m, hen a reHmlth (colt re I) throuth lh hesri It It a Hotky mountain ait recently dlt coroner Is K, CockrklIs of Montgomery County, and plunderers of tbe public domain, cess wa taken until 7U p. m, tho night dicd8unWy mortila. (."Tistlos Jrnkinv sewl evening a negro womat informed the girl In thoinob, which wat unorganized, nnd It Oyster Piulftt Again. Patently Hawet left this cot r red. the lau en- haIt received the Democratic nomination tbat lest alleged, unaiuicd. When tho dead are It has oouie to bo understood that X cf HmitbsneM. shot th oiitfhUe heJ. diKl being devoted to private pent Ion bills. A VirxvA man hat left Ly will the turn her clmrs for a few iUjs. Monday night burled and the city tettles down again tho Not in sesacted for the regulaUon of tho public land, for tbe State Senate In tho Twenty-eight- h BAtTiMOnc, Nov. 9 lio spirit of meek U Anlto, died StnCty HunUy tnermns WAsniikGioy, Dec c Sucatb. sboat 6 o'clock he called and too'a the g rl em' both at to their general disposition ond mannf M(i0 lloritit to a younjj woman who morolaff KroW muder Boursion, swur sTtng that ho was going torUcehtr Indignation ngaln-- t the murderers will re nest manifested by tho Btatenavy hat agement and as granted to railroads and other District, comprising the counties of Cock habitually nodded to hint whenever tha boldened the oyster plrntal of the ChesaNo quorum. No business of importAn LOknowa Offro. shot through the linf, in a convent In Montgomery Hnusc Thoe who turn. It Is not absolutely certain yet that corporation, are of binding force, acd are to bon. ClarJc and Montgomery, Mr. dlfnl PutillSJ lUi'ift vg met him. ance transacted peake to the point of recklessness nnd aufamily beleved that the ilawes kille I Ills wife aud two children. knew the Ilawes rell wllhave tlmo to meet all the voters be rigtaiy anu imparuauv cmcuwi. Washington, DeclO. -- Senate. -- Certificates the wounded are aa follows Tnxtlme It rapidly approaching when mother, too, had been murdered and the body Bomoof thenuthorltles bellero tbat holt dacity. Tbpy to fnr forgot themselves !s thy lltrief, a th eletlon doe not divorced, had ayd i Tate, tha iiutton of gtftt for telatiret and Ctthoucb apsl&terof anULake, It ty iff. rcne'ftled.had Tha coutde child, aleen frvra the iunocent. bu t public opmion.whicli 1. how Inst night as to turn their gun on a pas ot Cccttosc! Prcitdcstia! ElectcrsmAlacsira, HAYTI AND UNCLE SAM. boy. occuuntll August 189. Uken ono lain. MNsourl and Louisiana were reand he tha t'p, thlirti filendt will b uppermoit In the inlnJi of ttot Made for a Settlehim ns tho tenger teamer. Abjut 7.3) p. m, a the New Jtrsey,number of rcrorts and resolution ever, not always right, brand ArTanceinenta Heine: Iawreare ruhah. a eiril emrtoeer. lie'!. mnth-- r a.n l snt htm to a brother in AtUnta. A the Louisville and Nashville Railroad tha people. M ii, steamer Corsica, of the Chester River ceived.presented. Consideration of the tari2 of such a ment or the Trouble Over the Kcliure of pSmpany has erected a handsome new fiend. That the perpetrator wnunded. A J hchlethiaae Monday Hane married tn Columbus, tftootOer were It la tald that In deference to tha wlthet ebanle ft rmerly of lCttlamsjuHt, Mich, lao la nnd wa passing through here with h't second the Steamer Ilaytlen Hepubllc. Bteirubot Company, was coming out of hill was resumed, ond several amendment the deed should maintain Pinevllle, nf Sir. Cletalnnd the lVmldetit and ht tbelodsllaaatlitls tbouht be willdif, J T wife on hta way to Augusta, (la whrn he wat New York, Dec ft At last tho uncer- 4epot at on her way to JJaltlmoro, offered by Democrats rejected, and at 4 p.m. exhibited by Hawet and persist In t iestf$ Montgomery, left jaw sltffhtly wounda", Hr The last rail and tie has been laid on the t a little aaltated at first, lut a declaration of Innocence seems almost n ? will tHafet an extended Kuropean touraf arrested. He Alt-rgtainty regarding tho fato of tho American fleet of dredger at an- - the Senate adjourned, Ilerkley shot Ybmuch both lefts blow the fcea closely quest onod at the Ja l and told SteauiBUip uajruu Georgetown extension of tha Versailles V bills were Introduced Hocse. A -, Itzt Henublto, solzod by and Midway railroad. v. ker. lU-y- . iff shot In Ibe tight side, Ulll CUCapparently nnionccrued. - and tld -that- lsrciltl there Is r- had accomplices, If c at feel e the steamer passed them thei under tho call number of Holnun asked for the firTWiVKSo? Uit year and Norem-l-e- r AltiuiyO. IrstttmsD,lhfa&, a IoutiTillsvJtASow of State. paston-gdoubt Tbero It a pi la guilty, cmed be torelbOno'the tM,Uaytton gunboat authorisof Ulta yer 3.(X,9W ttandard allrer prcwnt contdcratlcn ha bad left May and another little Klrl tome taouod may prove seiioas, John IL MerrtlU At Lexington Hen White wa given c vf tt&mei siunvred wlthfire,a ing the Committee on ot a resolutionInvcstlgito possibility tnat me two coiorou peobare oft t10 Judiciary to tli am wr added to the ttock of unuted shotthroorfbcsH cf left lux. Matt KVbaedr. s w,h hr et,,,'. aft 'ht ' "' them, ple, Kanny Hryant and Albert Patterson, whoo) Cot the dredgers opened bt St. Marc, sooms two years In the penitentiary 'im bribery In recent elecjlon. Tho money in tt Tieatury. aced U shot tbroofh tnitb Ue rljtM lea that had already rone to Ut mother's relatives he side of the Corsica with ebargeof wa referred, Tho District of Coaucat to bo cleared killing a negro named Price. now In Jail charged with the complicity, ml rl A old negro of Waco, Tex., hat leen tered, teft arm broken J TV Owen, a csrj" somewhere In Maine, icksbot. There wero thirty resolution TiisolIowIngKentucklana were granted tip Captain Comappropriation hill was considered and may have dono the steed. Howes' nttor-ney- a bu 'ett H have been com V shot Ihfeiuh rtfhl tbuh J lumbia All tb week circumstances Irr axed eettt toan lnane atylum becauto foryeart but they pasted. The pension bill w a also passed. At pters pluck in stick-I- r pension on the Cth: Harry Druery, say that their client will astonish tho patsonpis aooard the steamer, Ullmore, of Ore en Hprlnr. aced Si. tbougbt to Ing to light tending to prove Hawet as tho aud be hat occupi-x- l a cabin In tha cuttklrta of he faUtlr woundedi Aleert Smith (colorH murderer ot the g it and that he had alto community by etUbllshmg his Innocence, weiealltn their cabins except tho one who 3.50 p. m. tho Houso adjuurned. by bis vessel Jas. W. Matlock, Harbourvllle; lh city w ill a el tteer. refusing to haul down seriously wouoded In thf bwk, W A Hynt killed her mother. II wa protea bv several body will be glad that tbo dared Uyell at the pirate. It Malnout, Hack Creek; John C. went to East lake and that every Or tfaeo.O'Jinlletof railroad conttructed teed a shot In rif hi shoulder, the ball e merg witness-- s that Ilawe tho American color, Cogle, May wood; Edmond Burton, Danbeen realized at Tnc sum of $o0,0 ba attempted lynching did not succeed. with the Pttle girl about 7 o'clock Moniideflanco of thode- In Ihernlted Htatet during the flrtt hall lr.lt near the spinal eord. Will Mrs. Foltom Wed? Howard Warren, Nina; Cbarlet the first day's sale of the Cincinnati Exaa a very day night, and returned alone about 9 o'clock. Postroatter Throckmorton 4i!ruTE!t tobstov. riands of tho colored ville; of UHS only lira miles are set down to the LOST, TEN LIVES Greensburg; Thos. It Hudson, TVassinoton, Dec. 0. Iho report that position buildings. Iou a The girl's body was found la the lake next po ular rltften lie v?na born at guards In possosslon of the steamer, will Marshall, credit of the Ktate of Iowa. innocence, but hia Ilawes The attempt to form a drug trust was a bo rewarded and tho vessel released. This Albany Landing: Newton S. Dlckerton, Large Mri Foltom, mother of Mrs. Cleveland, Is vllle, Ky, thirty yeara ago and came to morning attempted protested aual'bL It Is Another Htploslmi at Chicago A PAl.iruiixu farmer, bolterlng that loproto not llulldlitga soon to bo married Is getting to be a matfailure. M1U1 and Other aa agent for the has was the news received at Lord & Austin's, Seventy Six; Wm. Smith, Albany; John beyond doubt that Hawet was not d cttt will exterminate ttiulrrelt ntid gopb Ulrxlngham In 10 widow of Wreckel Southern Kxprest Company About eight- toreed from his first wtfe, aal. In a note writter of jretty free discussion. The husband General SmsER's malady Is tald to be agents of tho soized vessel In this c tv. A M. Williams, Craloo; BridgetCatharine, ert, purchased a Urge number and tel een month ago he wa iippolnlml r havo picked out for her cancer. Edward O'Malley, Loulsvillo; CmcflO, Dec. 11. A A. it A tcrrlflo exwhich Iho lottor from tbo Btato Departaent at Washten te hi young bride, he adroilt that hede on hit land. them at lltx-rtono child, Ho learet a wlfo and Is Henry F. Merritt, the American Consul ce ved her about his childn and hit first wife. plosion hat just shnttered the building oc ington told of its decision regarding tho widow of Jno, S. Holmes, Covington, Hxsoltjtxosb favoring division and adIr It reported that many cf the cardinal A11 Tarrant, after tho llrtt Tbe negrest Fanny llryact, with whom cuptol by David Oils or as an oatmeal at th little Saxon city of Chemnitz. He mission were unanimously adopted by ths Hayticn Republic, Secretary Bayard sayt 'Otn Mamma" Fuller, formerly a seron tha ground Haweslettbls wife and daughter, was arrested mill, at tho corner of Haltted aud Fulton I described ns a large man of fine pretfat ltime favur tha selection of Cardinal lay down volley "Your countet Mr. Urandei, hat now been vant of B. K. Tullen, died at titatebood Convention of Dakota, on the also Jlbbon,ot ltiltimore, or Cardinal Tasche with tho hopo of avoiding the fly- as an ceompl.ee In tho crime, as was with streets. The building advised of the conclusion ot thlt department Instantly took: ence, somewhat fifty, whoso genial Cth. days ago, at the remarkoble ing bullet. K.ito woubt not have It Albert Patterson, who had been living that tho validity of the seizure and of the sub- Paris, a few years. She wa born on tho resu, of Muntrenl, n the next opa Murdisposition ha made him a gront favorite tire, and, with tho saloon of Charle conn ct.n stories. Mrs. Emma Jackson was shot and Insequent proceedlngt of alleged condemnation age of 113 Cotrxn It ktlll on tho lioom. 7 he Trench to, however, and a ball struck him as he her. Itoth told thoso traveling American who, after Alary lana in liio, ana At o'clock Saturday aflrnenn th stsrtllng phy adJolu!u&, wnsn mass of a rues. The have no Informed eastern not be bU face and foully murtj ndicate tb.tt hat corner rd the piuduct of iay in a few minutesraugrd up the back. announcement was made that thethe missing cause of the explosion Is not known, but with tbe Kngebirge, stop to rest at the stantly killed by her brother, at Glasgow, can Pretton, admitted, and IRepresentative at retained shore of faculties until the day visiting Mr. the Haytlen her mental suffering ho died Ma the world la carrying a stock of r,0O),000 After dered and tnutlatcd body of Instructed by his of her death. She could read without this caplUL who had been tupposid to have boon tbe boiler quaint old town of Chemnitz. Mr Hranden, one of tho dead, told a hoa mother, Mr, l'.mma K. Hawet, had been David McMaster, of Sharon, Pa., was Government to defer tho case of the Hayt en pounds, and It gratplng all It can get, plUl atteutUnt that he boa MM at found in the lake at labe View, a tuburbaa In the oalmcal milt at the tlmo were found dead In his store, with a bullet-bol- e Hepubho to tho Government of the United glasses. A cAtr jumped on the pilot of a rapidly of the ahcrlff of Ktowab Murdsrcr Killed by Officers. retort, and half a mile only from Katt lake, six or seven workmen, whose names have THE Jury In the case of Harper Jordan, In bis bead. States. jeering trnln on tho Houthern TacUIo and the hiuviat (ladthen ho where the body of her daughter My was not U-and that County nscertalned, and they pcrlthod n killing John OadsdEX, ALa., Dec l. Thl morning Sntr York, Dec. 6. lux first appearance of KlHraln and war between tho United There will bHaytl ou lilulnt CUrUvItto, for murder In the It minA her on tislne rode nine mile, till the cart ttopped. an hoor thound In the ITnlte1 rrcoT-r-- d In In O.o explosion or In the flutuus which Deputy Sheriff A. C. Christian and A. I States aud Nolan, returned a verdict of Mitchell, in their sparring exhibition at the a scampered olf nhout ltt business. biato Court Mr Herkolcj, one of tho of men, women artjfehildten burned forwnrd followed quickly. AboveMurphy'a saloon nw:b;rg went out to or first degree, nt present Tho Hayticn Government, furilW to Washington, wa gneled with hisses. It Is prtpesed ta orf aulsa a Jr.ti.tCrh Cf te the lke. Th tvp1cion gained ground parly were sleeping Murphy, Ms wife and his nruntlrd, vrst ftlUUii vh tt.y rather that part of it Mooro, a negro, who killed n iiOvttiLt3H rial A"iatIon of Union and Confederate W Hlddon1 la the day tbtt perhaps the tody hud been A Philadelphia embcriler named SteTcczs children, b had been locked In wheu ahot Wilt wagon ariO'tSam They, too, crlshed. Tho vdy Uut 50 under It man Saturday night Mooro had fled, but arrested 011 the arrival of tho me, General legitiveteran to acquire and preserve tha bat the house while their mother went visit-tulam Younablovl Mr Alexander and 11- - trrteted thrre, Hawrs' v.. ome. About 11 Irvtber. diplomaticwn also the deputy sheriffs weie shut by unknown vens wn Vancouver, et Portland. M bas from steamer were turned to death near Islingttlefleld of ChlckamaugAr and mark It wird Cooper, flrtt reported a oltber yard fnr d'terpiinM rrn t t work tn factory adjoining the saloon ho ono r.'rww ally rooodod from U shock, aIUM ur wounded, wrro not bint rt. Xf. drag the lake with grappling hooks. About destroyed by tho first parties, and tho wounded ttllcera started Judge Edmund Waddell, Republican, srrogftiit position on. with tultablo tablcta and monuiuentt, wagon shoj as far a can be out for Lawprtn Ad-,who wn aupposel who was defenled fur Cungie, In Itryant Ml nt tho flmt vol ry He wh Imkim offered In Looks struck a was In tho A joint resolution ha I o clock one of the with regard tn the At Hopklnsvllle, Hev. Mr. Williams bap122 Congress, proposing an amendment to tha near tlwi front of tho rowd and wot try boaty, yielding iutstaacc, and toon tho mu- learned, whon tho explosion took place In U nn accomplice of Moore. He wat by Hon. G. D. V.'lss, wilt contest bis selzut-r- t of tha steamer tized, by Immersion In a n com. 'In t thu tluiv. Titninn wa a terrinoone, and shat tilated corpse lay on too nana nnsHy arrested end lorked up In jail. stmt CviistHullon, proTiding that uio i'roiident iaz - r- - im n IU n.wb encampment Hayticn Republic persons In teventy mlnutet. thut breaking Civil blned strength ot the four men wa required tered window military two blocks on either I 1 ho city la a for fwdnd and fclllai JorrciUtlng and Vico 1'retldint thall be chosen every and, concluding to get wwgMl James Sullivan end Joseph Puts, workthe record. It piece authorities have practically stepped down to laudheavy Tbe Ivdyot "fish late" down side. It wa felt for a radius of two arrest It I bolleved that Adams will be railrid of tho matter as fourth year, by the direct votei of tho peo with ing on the farm of E. Hemmick, near THE body of George Crawford, a colored and out, and Colonol Jono, of Montthought It w a nnother lynched before morning tne nerlc and mllee. Kvery body around road Iroj tied pie. drowned in Dig easily as possible, reMInn.t were gomery, w th ten military companies, wnitt of th munlret wntntn man, missing frcm Covington for sevrni She was case of dynamite, leeMe of yftrdny' ferred tho matter to A Kctyarb W J.) tinging society vlilt through tho lee. In rhargo of iff airs. completely cla.i, and about her wa'tt aud la absolutely btono Lake by going days, wa found back of tbat city. It Js Mlnf&torl'roston with r iacN Carry Out Their Threat While Cap imI Kdlton1 lnborntory In West Orange, The jail it guarded by Ftato troopa, neck were tied heavy scarlet cords, known to attempt on Kliufrldt'f distillery. Within CaL biLsnv, a notorious nam ivncuuer, instructions 10 iruw jjjwuir. four tires Uvo minutes after tho blow-uftroi'"3XSSSS Sr1 tnougui no uieu Sam Flncb was thot In the r iu 4. O . Dec. 9. N. J , the other evening and tang several A Whito Cap notice has been arrested and It In Jull nt Spring-Helevornl extended linea Hawe rcstdence, to wLlch lckot with havo been at tho of tha city, Intrato with tho Btato At Falrvlew, horutes Into the pbonoKraph that It to I squarca In every direction und nt each were attached six iron piece weighing about Oicurretl In dilforent pnits was left last Wednesdny night at Thomas Ma Uopartment Tuos- - qenekl lzoitimb breatt and arm and fatally wounded, but each, Tho biclc of the tensifying tho general alarm. Hull res, Case)' saloon, noticing bint that unlets pound shipped to KuglAnd And let off before a lot approach thoro frown n OattUng gun ten . told tbe horrible Orlando Smith, of Cincinnati, ba been day the Htato Dennrtnient Informed by whom It not known, a the dlillculty kull how over, were from ordinary causes. Mounteil ecoula nro acnt oat of tho city dead woman' LulUing vrStUn twenty of scientists. UvacatcdtU been Ixird and Austin, ino occurred outdoors and a number of tbots tragedy. It h.id elected president of tbo Pittsburgh and story of the fAijr hour It would be burno.1 to the Connetlsville Railroad Company. Thrrk l'-- pound cannon balls and one 4 an J at rcgutnr intervals acquaint Colonel crushed In with soma blunt Instruslsr hlihe EaL agents of tho Haj tlon wero tired. noundcr were found la Uutbtud VL, by a Joiie with tho conltcn cf the publte ment, presumably un axe, Tbt entire occipital Casey did not heed tbe warning, ground. He public in thi city, BztMA, Ata., Doc 10. In Dunham, on prospect of an armed rUIng by bone was crushed In and there a as a gaping The body of Frank P., alias 4,LIgbtnlng" THKRKwa a lively fight of a few monight tbe building was burned. workman cnKagoI In excavatlug for the mind and thutltdld not rccog-nir- o ground where the I'lro bell eound military cavity tbat wat only halt concealed by her Friday night a strange star wa seen In and last tho potplo Dickinson, wns found under a Chicago left notices nt sevtho validity of ment' duration at the foundation of n now milt. Thoy arotup The Whito Cap i'.arm and soldier tr ulfi; and am:od heavy ha'r. Her r'ght hand was ba tly tklnned the east. It wat red, nnd moving In a sld&TrsR: Is en alvsuicd atagu of devuui newthop for the Southern railroad ore thoprocodure,andtho posed to be relict of tho llurgoyno eral otner saloons last night, to take position. Iho dltcovery clear up the with Winilieater rille huve desolated tho aorota the back, as tf Injured In n struggle for southwesterly direction when discovered subscquont proceed- building In Ludlow the other morning. A leave In 1777. principal streets und driven back tb thoulire, and tbe appearance of tbe face and bands It wa above n c utter of stars known ns warning by Casoy's treatment and t number of white and colored laborers are mystery of the niurdr of Charles Uunder-so- n ing of Acting TKOriE nro surprised to And that, liav sands who hao all day been looking town. Indicated that tbt body bad been In the water the Elenyardt. It wa apparently a largo In August at tbo same spot Dickinson, Legitime, which employed In assisting the masons and Intr srarrelr divested tho Thnnksirlvlnc tha Jail. 1 he military wcrecrderoj several days. very fast atar. thouch rd. and traveling and aa thoy work In somewhat after murdering flunderson. put bis body An Cmbezzftr Pleads Guilty, roultod in tho sclsuro The body, as soon as found, was taken to the Mr key, they are inpldly Jtimpls5"Kitotfce 'ftStUT (ToverndV ea3TfroaijSlMVWscry -- 4 KM H. under tne sidewnlk, and, crawling in beand condemnation of separate gangs, the blacks by themselves, .k f.s 4h - tMH aitswti" wMh In a westerly direction, though bearing a .!,., VvnSiMw 4 hrttrtmi auAMaronT, Fa.. Dec. T h lf 2 rr mrn1- .- I tf mh A w uUie south, uutll It wn in mesouiuwest ..... rT. -- in tho steamer, and bad the color line soon becamo sharply drawn tide It, stabbed himself. When Ounder pleaded guilty to em i lutut ! 4.. '.tnlor tlifyvarv4jrAr lirvin.1 1 nSd PU Wy tbe bottom ak .. . -ea the btak th erov.u o' at about 45 degree; then It moved west, Crum, of this city, udy Dickinson's wat not ho advised MinUtcr and created bad feellngs.whlch resulted as son' body Dnu cV the ltor WMM1 - and lit fifteen minutes from the tliue flrtt lulling $2,400 from and It O. sentencedCo. noticed. was fonnd it.- - ...... W on tin at u mi al Pretton. Tbo vessel above stated. Thos, Haw son, a whits to - Mf'i4ily was lat fathered csterday Ap;4MAy round wm A Bl'ir fo' UUt Is Jon to Im brouftht exulted herv fvlllnowbo released, discovered It was out of sight a razor and ti i WlH " nle the eit1 rniaavai IS' u Miir. Jennie Grkhswell. of Grand 1 raSfn. flue of SHX) and costs, and undergo USUI It iu tha vAitu iand Haytl will bo pro- - man, was cut In the wrist with ngnlnat a IlrooUyn newipoper by n well una UiBW-havo oougro kopt within door. tude. qhefeellug ot horror, an Imprisonment of llttecu mouths In tho Tower, RL, feparnle! recently from her oENEHAtuirrotrTn. ccoded ogatnai by tho bled freely. Henry Green, colored, was Hard on the Clairvoyants, known politician of that city Ucaut the gntod In hotel or on street corner a aud la raj moment until It with each bead with a pick, and rechief of county Jail. lie lost the money In slock husband, Robert Ureenweu, anu mesuna I owner, tho captain and crow ior uumogo. struck on the wound. Several others on papar rctfprrcnl to the uUtUUiit wboUa front of bullot'n board. Home of tho throateued to become a frensy. Fierce threat NEtfAHK. N. J., Dec. I0.-- Ihe ceived a serlou him on the street shot hlra fatally. Green m stump orator nt well at n wire. puller, at tdrecta havo tMjan a vlng, maddened mass of vengeance were heard on all side. Strong police ha notified nil clairvoyant and iiecubtlon. both sides were more or less hurt " the Luke. well wa a son of Judgo Joseph Green- to the Intensity of their exr " to lenvo the city or be arfortune-teller- s Going for Dynamiters. of people, und vory little oratorical men almost erltd Lako navigation closod CniCAUO, l)ec-0-. well, formerly a prominent resident 01 The first train over the Louisville St citement. organtro readily Tnc schooner (loveruor Ames, tho lar pyrotechnics could Doc. 9, Two battalions of the retted at fraudt OntTBSKtH, tho year Meanwhile the search for the body of a seo County, Mo. at midnight TUiJiday. During uggregato Louis and Texas railroad made the trip ordered from Antwerp to Perry Keit and only fhomntted centerlard n ml to avengo tho killing of 'ihrocK on, but up to a late hour It bad lint hivo been ond child weal bo.ts wero lot tho t to Owensboro and return Admiral Leroy Deal Dr. McRriv, a druggist and practloner, morion and Cioto who fell by him All not been found. That It wa thrown Into the grew from Loulsvillo ichoonerever bullt,una launched nt Wald-lorUalonvlore, the center of the strike and absconded. His carrying capacity of which i 17,w) lee on tho 31, bearing tho chief oftlclals of the New Youk, Dae. 10 Hear Admiral Le- attempted dynamlto outrages. laUe with It mother, however. Is now a cer Me,, a few duyt n(;o. Tho vettel It along tho wail of tho tlty nro putted pe A largo 3f Oshawa, Ont, has valuation HRI,'. In tons, and tho a road and a party of inviteu guestt. liabilities amount to fully JjW.OOO; asset Cttt feet long aud M wide. Her tonnage It lltlon of varlout kind algned by thou tainty, and itt finding it only of quemonoi a roy died at tho Victoria Hotel at 1.30 p. number of stilkers have been arretted. seventy boa, valued at T77,7(W and the property Davy Oiockett, colored, wat shot nnd time. The practically nominal. in'! of peoplo, p ra Sunday a oltlsou short Riven orders proprietors lake, whloo hat m. 7,774 Bho cost 5H0,0W capablo of earring 31, KM gros tons, uero killed at Mlddleton, Simpson County, a m to drain tho have Alwnt 5 o'clock boat, valued ut Bank Clerk Short. TiiKOoernment bn dlsrovered a short- wont before n Juatlco of tho pcuco and already Uko commented, lost and Iu lvJ A Cathedral's Tenants. evenings ago. Crockett and Mrs. ittiUhcil 1'IorbU Ctly A 103401) and capable of carrying 11,0fl5 few age of eight cents In the accounts of a piy iwortiouta warrant for tho arrest oT HmlUi Allkntown, Fa., Dec. n. Ilenjamln D. Homcnboit) in tho thirties Ht Joseph, lost Doele Bell, who left her hutband tome matter who died In lMt3,nnd hit bondiit.n and hta deputto on tho chnrgo of murder I vyIhIi 3011 would not In the Second National Cathedral gros tous, met a llko fate. Tho live nura time ago, w era enjoying a In KuturrtUsU find that tho AuffUHltw thriving city of several thou Keck, nolo clerk shipwreck duilng 17 Fla.wus Th a wa acrved by thocoronor, who found tiM) powder. Hollo. mutt fork ovor If it tends them to the poor Hollo If you over sand jicoplo. Thoro was ul&o n railroad Bank, of this place, has boon dlscoveied to of Strnsburg, llko tho Coliseum of lu times ofwhi.o this your only sixteen Dr. Nnloy't kitchen. Some unknown party 110, bored Hmlth in tho jail Tho coroner took chargo house, be f 4,000 short In his account, and I re o running from I0I.1, ou tho Aiuilathlcola rivfired through tbe window, with tbe abote Hlbb, npcnlc of Hint again I nhttll never Captain Toyton lives wero lct under similar circumHomo and other antique structures, of thrt jaIL Is a man of good IrtAlAll V. Wiluamhoy, of Fhlladelphla, stances, result ou novor. Augustus -- It's too er, to Ht Joseph Tiwtny thero U not u ves lieved from duty. KeckI unjuttlyaccuted In cotnmund of tho Montgomery Hlue, ad . has qulto nn important flora nnd fauna to seven trustees property to tho vltod nor 01 tuo ran habits, and declare be has Riven AT Mt Veinon, Jarue FrasermetLee that tho military take tmiUh and bud, you 1110 ofTondtHl ovory tlmo I tigoof tho clt iriimtniug, an old colon! of wrong-doinS3,H0 lor TascttttN rapture. Mill Wtllluni tiumucla, valuo of $3,000,000, to bo uted In giving the Huwca out of Jail and urrv them to Mont road of IU own. Not counting tho stork, and drawing a pistol Mrs Henrietta Hnell, Caitei on the street, epouk of our poudoilnff. Hollo -- Woll, mun who live near llainbridgc, told us tiucAoo, IV3. poor Wys of that city free education In tho gomory for Carter afo keeping. Tula wat which temporarily abides In tho neighCabinet, J Huell, has thot him dead. Prater claim that Spanish widow of th Iftle Amos nnd Inn't It worth whllo qvmrrellnfr for tho other tUy that many ura ago bo lived mechanical trades. Mi. not acceded to. During tho after eltfht speclnsof blrdf Ustted n notM mereaslng tho presont re- had been criminally Intimate with flgflt Hegenthaa boring chlmnoy-fctQueen AugUHttm-Vo- s; tn Kt Joseph, nnd travole! tbenco by th" Madrid. Dee. ngo Carter had a Tux people of London, according to tbo noon tho rumor boiame widespread tho auko of mnklnff up? nest upon tho great building, whore ward of 30,W) for the capture of Taicott, Frairr. Two year Moore and killed bo4h It Isn't worth whllo "milking rtdlriudfrom bdu, ulo stating thatlt wa Intrusted Honor Sagasta with tho formathat ItfttO miner from Pratt mlno, but statement recently made by Mr. Hampton Sagastt enthe supposed murJcror of her hub ind. to with Tom nud Jack six of them havo becomo very Humortho first und tbo lust tlmo in bla life he tion of a new cabluvt good for if thorn. Ho had been recently acquitted. Morgan, spoml between teven and eight aboat flva miles from lllrinlnghani, up" for tho Aiiko of qunrrollii?. Amcr ever rodo on tho rare Ho was aatonUhcd counters much dillluilty In fulfilling tho ous. Tho kehtrol, tho barn owl, tho t),C4)0, tbo Utter reward to held In potted would, after dirk, rourch to tbo city, tea, millions of dollars every year A Nfcono named Tom Brown wat arrettfour months . wo luld htm that both city aud rail when armed with gun, tltola and dynamlto taik. domostlo sparrow nnd tho common plants anil cut flowers. ed, nt Lexington, for outraging a ten- road had been In thogruvo for ovor forty Into htreet-Cur- assault tho aoldlora, and eartridgat and Crasbrd pigeon remain throughout tho year; girl. Railroad Company Siwl ear-ol- d after "Sharply, what do you think of tho year. A Cautmaoc, 111., man bet bis lumber with (IjnaiDito blow to atoms tho Jail, Detroit, Jllch- - IKa The following Kentucky pensions have Madison, Deo, ft Suit ba Imjoii entered tho jackdaw, tho chimney swallow', yard agnlnst n woman's baby on the elecuoou yesterday a Lako bhoro o: Michigan foal auch an attempt wouU bo mnda young lmly who situ opposite you nt tho tjimker In llilludtlphlM. It railroad tho martin and tho redstart bolng Houthcrn switch engine ran Into and 00 nt lieen granted! Original luvalid-W- m. against the Ohio and Mississippi Oh, bho even by tho military, tublo?'1 "Miss HrlRhtwlt? tion. He won, bought a nursing liottlo wiwi expecWd tbnt th Company by the heirs of Abram Hecht for transitory guests. Resides these, tho Pletoly demobshed n Fort strsat : A Phlludclpblu newspaper King, South Carrolltont Nlmrod Shirley, aud a cow, and engaged a nurse. Tho though a auccestful tlnnlo wa not nnttcl poom to bo it very plonfitBortofu girl." tho old time, Caney vllle, Tho deFrederick Heath, at tbo Croatian aUcot crossing. Krcvttilmg Iniprvsalon that $10,000 for causing his death. woman refuted to give up tho baby, and paUHl. Hhcriff Hmlth aald of tho tmgoJyt sugur-scooQuakers" are ceased recovered i$M damages bofore his ostnblUhod fauna embrace throo or Tbo passengers eight or ten In number, Hllck; Hut hnirt bho rather it tart toiiguo? llestorntloji and rolssue Emanuel A. "Wo hegged and pMaded with the crowd to the winner of tho tet went and atked n spoclos of bats, tho common aa fur at four dlng imt la erroneous, at least Xbii't ho given to casting roIlcctlonsP" Im lease Patilck more or lea Injured, nud two of Hlchard, "Louisville. keep baok, and they fired the first thou Hev-wore widow to marry him. May blaiovougo Twenty five death against tho tame roadof for Injuries tnouso nnd tbo church rnt, a butterfly, them, all shot wnre fired by tha crowd before I "iS'othlntf moro nntural, my hoy, thun Fhlladclphlu la concerned Mrs. Mary Houk and John Mcnltu, Ponders, Falmouth; Samuel Combs, roeolvcd w hlle I oardlng ono their trains leconie sweet, ngo tho sumo impression pi ovailcd, will probably die, to fire. We begged thorn to gave the order somo spiders and a few ants; whllo tho were so badly burt tbey Sho U tears rettcetlonfc HeUsue John Gentry, Cromwell; TttxNew York Sun rocords n bittle bebut tbo benches In tho meeting st North Vernon, Ind. cauod bv the naginen Wlnlleld H. Johnson, Greonvllle; lteubon htltat the mouth of the alley, and Mill they hat bho ahottld cobI hugo stono spire, rising 405 feet abovu Iho accident tween a mink and an eel. Tbo mink had kepi coming on Wa begged them to go htich n pollHhed girl, and bitch a good houses run n full a thou Tha ex plana The Extreme Penally 0! the Law. Frazler, Tompklnsvlllo; Ell Marlow. tho pavoraont, U tho rendezvous of neglecting to lioiohojratos. 'the eel by tho back of the head, but tho hack, and time and again warned them look In gl tit." Hon Is that, it f tor coquetting with worldly 0- .- Louis Dec. lfatrtifri Mr t--MihiImmsI thousands of Insect that wander in ways and fashions for n sciaon, tho joung . Makqukttk, Mich., 'eel wound himself around the mink, and that wa should tboot, but they would not lu F.ro'l'uedft listen to us. they rame hairwny up the nlley. attempted to muider XI B. tho nlr. Tho local Corn of the droned MoNTittit, Cau , Dee Mrh. MakuKkt Wtatt attempted to rolled him nround In tho vt ater until he let Close to the Jail door, and thoultd 'Mow up At tho mouth of a Cornish mine goncratUm of Friends undergo a reaction Nlcoli, who 'tlcldenfnrKroilonla,hy twallcw Lyman, Honto., wbolrt.ilfdiughouo was found "Do not nnd gradually fall into tho same tvuys and .Wiliou, Inst July, nt this place, go, and tho fight wna a draw. Btonos Is represented by homo twenty musod n 10" oftUHUOii 'lie luauruuea wji.ui.lt tha jail with dynamiter After alt thlt aud thoro U till plcco of ndvleoi and lug a large dcw of morphine. r)LO I "gain raging In the KaU, and aftet they opened fire Igavo tho oider to lire. fall down thN fthaft, as them nro men tho name oustcro life, even to tho plain guilty of an attempt to minder, mlcroscoplo lichens. AtKumuu) Trav fot upllM n IVir firemen ucrob.ul-years1 Imprisongarb of tholr gmmlfuthoia und grand sentenced to twenty-livplayed nt It l there the game furnlthet an Thy continued firing alter wo ceased. I feel .it work nt tho bottom of It." . .1 lujuied. f ku Int. tier i. mutbaro USUI, tuo CUVU jiumiI... w Ihatwo could not haa done any thlug elte ui excellent wluUrtulitlluto for baseball. Aftwfftjr-Qeefai.Or- Ur. Tiochakin It a fashionable far this win fler tbo circumstance, and I deeply regret the necessity. Cblef-oM'olIc- o Tichard, who ha alno UNDER SAILING ORDERS. ST4tirLED CATAMOUNTS While In FIFTIETH jDOGRfiS THyJUI THE COMMONWEALTK Report on that It la Uoea with Awfal Effoot on ut T rfrr I nt uKnHY-oo-R3U- y im oma. " lr-- ...-.- u.i.uu.t ai vrri tin t" ff J W LJPP r - ft .: 4 ;r -- y ,te i--- W lsut wv" vtttf. f f m rgrd runt:"vH?i ay, E.S&Si 1 1 tE7 jau . - W i. w;T"r samtmm ffispm If " - n "ni"S"A2 f H..n ld p al E. r. 1 n, Atr-8ht- p atr-shi- d rrt X mar-thal- a 1 ti. machine rosT-ornc- Har-iiio- n .ll lt H-- 0ir J Kt ha-ll- ..- tt - ii rr "t har-Vp- c iMxtm, " TTTW An-tloc- h; ni Ont-Mr- al pot-mtttc- go-si- p - rat 11 1 hi; irr thnw g, 1 Vlr-fcit- mill-pon- t- 5vA. p 1 d, kW' cam-palg- n Tresl-den- ".TrP4ri -- 1 et fhf H- l.r-M- 'r ly j rvd A lnerd Hri!swa 'rth.i Itir 1 "wlnd-Jammo- forty-eigh- m flfty-thre- o tete-a-te- 11 for-Lfh- - r-s- V , Tbo - 3Ior-low'- s. -- e i" rrtaiggfi I'fcftai y'wHFifc it- i&&wkimiJk4t,tLtmm-.,.1,-t. i, . ,H' rV ' u I VT n A T'TCff'W'r'lfT91!W rfJ,...i- - j. .. ' f. rttuii-jv- i rf-- v -- .?-. Li. - Ulavi'.. - -- w w rfft',4. v rftWiWfli&f,Jifekfl:,.-;Ai;'' wiSL,,''iii ' rvMrJHBjH ' , vaj 1' f r , L...I - " )! ! i -- & W3 f'SBSfSXSHBHCTVVIPSRVJBnHflllHHBIHHHHHiKXllHiR 1- - NE WGOODS! &.T INT I IT ' KfiMiSaSItf EfflKSES .A. !2 LL T HI 32 Ijftul(lD TKwTfc-m- 3E&1 ficT 3? AA & CniLDlfEXS' WJtAPF, in all Style?. - A Inrgc line of Hrown-Dosnoyera neantiful I.toe of LADIES' fe a Ki &( k i- . a4b' da 111 ITOVBLTIHS fc- - c&Sh i-- 0ail 0 tMi & ltTL 9 ji. 4t3 iTSM 53 SSr cri -- I.ADHW AXD CIIir.DSEX.S' SHOES, tlie best rating nn.1 mo-- t reliable bhoe made in tlie Liulal fatal. ernu A Mnjnificeii!Luie of MKXS', YOUTHS' und JIOYS' V1.Q11UXG, Ackerlaml A. WvIct'h nmku, tlie best luiulo and best flttlug Clotbing iu tli market. ii r tj t" Mr Stock is Large and wilt be Sola at trie Lovfcst Possible OUU CiUatT Nt,ANlF.ItS. MONKY IH races l j ; i uau aaa bee menu ai THE niCKMAN COURIER. HICKMAN, PR1DAT, K, df.o. Iliilillllations te ... KMXTION. con- - ( - -- fcr Mr Hobuan offenil far immeiliftte io'l crrSU1TOSK YOU it i: of about 81GUt(M)U of tho State's funds caused such a tremendoun OLD HKLIAHLH ofieui New Youk, Deo. lO.Sccrctaiy 1 have it A VinaunA roTeapondont of tho rnlteil States, end to which Whltuoy arrived In tills city B; sonaation last winter. upon very good authority that Tho ue of money in our Prcsl-- ; unlav from Washington. It FAMILY GROCERY, Ilalilmoro American innUca the ho baa to submit no matter in when Treasurer Tato left Kentucky what 8hapof or fro.:n whom tlieyjletial elections la the must im-- j reported that ho had come t etuteinent tlmt ricMdent-elec- t ocy? made hia way direct to Austru- Harrison U the eighth grandaon- come, is nnlJifi... animating tolpQrtant and nlnnulnp micajion soiully iHtipect tho GiUoSI a&L z.yu miner uio iuiiruQHiuu imu mn noioro uio aeo tlmt there waa no hitcbj "" Ms Piee- JthQ occTfpZ?.grilKffoaitVwt vm Pocahontas of vrr f offense waa an cxtraditnbio one, IIUI U1RO to orery itiaciican ClU- - uuiigivfa, mm, vci. no man uuru arrauirctnents for her donart be on the rapid Increase. zon. For more tnn ft year pasthopo that anything will tioino of! to Ilayti. The Secretary waa fttutl anM that ho waa safer on tho other aide of tho globe than ho waa such investlgationp. Tho whole! BTOtK OK AND HEAVY UOODA, Al0 A m.lt Buy Cieieoke Hoots. Smith, tho violent personal filauders have people, Democrat and Hepuldi-- j at hia reaidouco. ACOMI'I.ETC TiirVIr, hero. From Australia ho went to been printed ii papers, circulars i KIIUon1& Co. aell them. Thpheat "What is going to bo donibout Japan, and, perhaps, to China, but 5t liwdi lcllvvrrtl Krec f Cliargf. ag.iliiat Mr. Clevo- - caiiH, know that vast Mima are. ilayti t" ho was naked. AW I I h. imuli. A big Htork of Kntcrii and pamphleU. i : ii of hiawifeJused for corruptluir elections, and) "i supposo the puldic isn form- aftoi ho learned that ho could not land and lilsrcnttiient JtootH alfo, uiul (if fate price noic I that ta private citisons would that monej, not the honest choice; ed about as fully on tliat'subjeot bo extradited for the theft ho re, .1 of tho people, sometimea elects through turned to North America and ia ponnion bill was reported not swiftljr punish, Thh tho energy of yiu news- now in Canada. Tho rumors that Itwassaid that ho was fro- - our chief magistrate, and the ma- - paper people." replied tie Secreto tho IIouso taut week. It apto oflect a propriates $Sl,7."i7.r00. Ami Rtill qmyUl.v tiruiiK anu auuaive; tuai laws. " wngrewi mm muiicmir, tary smilingly, "as it cm bo ut ho luia been attempting bondsmen negotiation with his Tho people, however, have t hetied his wife to tho T For Bon K4 they nay that tho Democratic present." and give up a part of tho funds whipped her; rind that alio grown used to Mich charges, nnd aro opposed to pensionCOWGILL'S EYS SALV2. "iiavo yon received my him when ho JE ing li8atleil bo1iHm and tho will- uiis not iree ironi iuw iiisuiih iu vit i.nrij. i;uneiucriiini iiiev uru frnni Secrdlirv 13aV which ho took with . - Kor eUrtiU ad Ilhtu.uaii.m, absconded, is hardly credible and rublic. The gossips went further, circulated for party purposes, ows and orpluna of nolilier?, f nd proclaimed that on a certain Hut tlie evidence is overwhelming BJjSs 27iemLarfest, "Nothing but tho popes in re is pernaps oaseu upon too wisuea COWOILL'S WEASSL OIL, Olkvki.aniVs mulority of the Liceasion Mr. Tlenrv NVattorsonnc- - to prove the corrupt use of mil- rather than upon tho sound sense lation to the seizure of lie popular vote, aeconlinjr to returns commmieu of those interested. Mr. Tato VST hot I'Ur i( .irs. vicveiauu 10 me, nuua ui uuihub, hui, uuhcu uu Republic. You kuor Hayard ns ptiuiiHiieit in too ew xort theater. On tlielr return, it was remedy for it. Mr. Ifolman is a Company in the time ago has pronounced that sekuro ille left Frankfort a a abott New York COWCILL'S PIL3 OINTMENT, Tribune, U 09.ftM, or 50 per cent; charged that the President was in uviiiuuini, hiiu urn rcMi!imiuiivius ostensibly for vUit to i greater thnn In 18SI, when ho ws a drunken condition and made behoved 80 f?r "i" Fur letter anJ lUnf worm, l" b. in the Cit, tint it is genetally ehnsen Treslilent by having a ICepubllcan involves that she joined her husband in $ir disagreeable remarks to Mrs. ,niatterbe!" cowgill's in the Electoral College ointment, Cleveland iu Mr. Wattoraou's pres ers, and may be let up on so mo of Thltney Canada or met him ut aomo point "Oh," replied Mr. Whether his own party. If so, thero can safe and convenient. Tho greatest bargains ever ence. baT For VToruif. quickly, "tho ship must be given j heard of In Olonkfl and Wraps, Several of those foul minora no good result from such Investi- - up, thnt'a all. There ia tothiug alio will leturu or not la, of course, lJT P()lirie&NoufotfritabIe after thtre rars, nnd bit clalma pulil is hardly probable Cowgill's Ploasaut Worn gynx?imuiedlutcl) on receipt of proola of dcatli. now, at Smith, Kllifton Sc Co's, were printed iu pamphlet form and gallons. Hut, if Congress would elso left for Ilayti to dbtn the unknown, but it that tho State will ever more look nluiofit at your own pnVeM. distribntcd at the Sf. Louis Con-- , deal with tho investigation fairly, matter." , . , . v A TTTf, upon tho features of the man for sArisFAcnof UUAIUSrhKi 0H spirit, were V iO, XX. JLXt X2iUliUlLIiy United ventiou. They drawing-room- afterward .and in a "And if she does not V f tuk mosex XKFL'SDXP. The popular vote of the grand jury of Franklin whom tho in the of ing to the line no mntter who is Mr. Whitney only smiled and State at tho lato election, an tab county and tho public opinion of For Ste by the I'roprittor, hurt, it would be the greatest ulated hy the Now York Tribune, Washington, and each gossip add-- ever done by tho American work refused to conclude tho sentence. mc II. 11UC1UNA.N, 7'ifi. c. iializi:h, T. 7VI. K. U ALi:XAM)i;U CaWil i Conto apeiiK ' Then ho was asked if tie Galena one btnte, not have suchoia ai icaat J, VY. lUWuILL, Urilff&S M Mns follows: Clovend.o.U.O.'U; ed to them whatever suited his or gross. strong1 Sheriff, ner taste. A few days ago the had received orders togo to Hn.v "att.ichment." imsk, -- 4.i,tw.); JiarriBon, .... VV. i .. u i' n n ti rr n n nn vrn c ii i ii i i i r t i shhk I Hickman, hy ti, aud he answered tint no deU ; New York Times reviewed these nite orders had yet beju eeut to rilitv 9"505 isN'r ir thu riRsrr an- .scandals, denounced their The Louisville Commercial, fa- CO.11 .11 K It CI A I. in.iltiln AMinnsual activity Ii reported t,or8t ami epoke of tho great cetiously, favors a war with IXaytL Brooklyn. 14 V. Tho imnression let. more by At a Quarterly Conference iu nt tlie HrooKlyii navy.vtrd nnil a ,nnrtlflcntlnii their circulation iriive nnir,.l;,.,r ti,n i Wrti,i ,i Mr. WhitueVft maiimvthuu by hia Benton county, Ark., a man aud floet of war vessels is being made to both tho President aud his wile. than mirtliin? else to ro.nnltP th language, was that ilayti would Ida wlfo both received license to leadv tor sea. The objectU semi To add to this linrly burly of North and South, and obscure all bo compelled to ret'iru tho aoized nreach. recently. Ia not thit tho POWHM. re- unseemly gossip, Mrs. Whitney, ofliclally announced to be the unpleasant memories of our civil vessel, if It was not done willingly, drat case of tho kind In Southern SIOKiTAN, SEIJIUCEY lease of the American steuner wire ot the ber rotary ot tne An. coufl ct. wh ch com nnos tn blind now tlleg.dlv detained by the Hay vy, has submitted to an interview the people of tho United States.! but ho thoueht it would be dono Methodism 1 They are Intelligent, williiiirlv devoted, useful people, formerly tien authorities at PortunPrince. lUIrn rtfiiirl;riEnlxrl tndrcaJv for buIn-- ( wc rmp'Hrnllv tallcll it" ntronigt ia a deal of truth iu the Cnpt. Sumner, of the Galena,! from Touucasec. They received 1 tit'fil up for the ftccorariiovNtlon of vi aiw an r.i'toiion4 tu1a hif il'tvUttr rfr oi rliic. Ari'lOTt lruiuiurr ami Hi? trocllnr public r" She uw printed, but for one tho' said yesterday that he had not chilrY ent of the Chicago Tribune. Every man, woman and vote In a emllr. Cletn nvm. ilw than a ruuiiine ilp-- r cr four mouth. tllfMiritd &t Ibt iutr In this aud neighboring eonntiefltaccnsefl Mr. Chauucey Depew of(CouniEiz could never favor a war ceived Bailing orders as yet, but lnrce. intelliucnt Quarterly Con inrkU ciMranlrtftl lu nil Wi nJ llh u. RUB31U. rit ( tr Cnl. liolap . ... . York isi nvited to enll before Christmac jwiinslngtho gueats at a New many with any lower, weak or strong, expected them at any moment, reruiicelntiie rayetteviue uimmci, luvriii. OCP Will HUU IOC IK I 0 BltCU- bo honorably avoided Tho Corvette la ready for sea. if Atkausaa Conference. some of the crent bar uiMior Ditrty 'by ropeating that can (ion it nnr lioun. nud net of Pio vile stories about the Pres- if, however, such a terrible emer- hrge number of visitors went nfij In ii'l lltion, w carry a full Hot of gains Smith, Ellison &Co. offer, SsiM Ii. M. Ghanauk. ident's conduct." She also iuti gency as a wnr with any foreign board yeat onlay ami Inpect'dl FANCY AND FAMILY GROCERIES, H. c nLTi:u It l Al.tXANUKK. UUCJUNtN. hi:ki It is a proud consolation to 'mated that Senator Ingalla may power ahoulil becomo unavoida- with considerable eJ to which we Our .rlc. j w AI.KXAMiKR. J V i onon.u w r joiinson Democrats to know that Mr.Clevc- - have had aoinethinjfeto do with ble, aud President Clovelnml, or nnrllko appearance nurlorty Tin HesrSiLvc In the worM I Cut. 4fc 94 fbif a fnbr atlcittien. of her dect-Btlir Iort land received a largo majority of circulating the acmWila. Mr. He Harrison, after ho becomes Presi- t?iim Imr r.,Pi.ni.oa iru urt mOi i iiiO Uful td Z&ttlL UlCtT. Sill K If Hi Y'tXl'T M'M ''tlie'vdies'cast for President, and pew anys ho repeat! the atory dent, should call for ouo million fnr llitlitfiicv urea iiniliT ih.V Nll" Tf Uf r nkVn Krurior.--f ChllhUln X, mUiXnU DQTJ&LA.SS amipsi 1 A 1 that llnrrisoh ia only elected byjabout Mr. Watteraon taking Mr, volunteers, wo quite agree with OOlIt'lH. jj tirel cure I'iIm, or nu rv rriulnrl. ft i the operations of tho eleotoralOlevcIniid to the theater, but that the Commercial that It would do The Richmond, which is now I'gunrkuift-- to xir pertYct Malefaction, college law a law that a majority he did not give Mr. Wattorson as more than nil things else to re dying the flag of Admiral Lnce,f nioney rcfunddJ iviv MAM't'AtnilUIKS Ol 1IIC CKLMiKATKD cnu tr j ' Kur h J u- "'"V". of the people would repeal if they the authority, nor clitlho refer to unite uio goon people or the will not be ready to sad for some u M CO could. the other stories suggested by whole country. When the steady, in The little Yantio can put to 10 CO Mrs. Whitney. Senator Ingalla unflinching courage of tho North'X' 11 A V by Wednesday. Admiral Han-Shxator BncK has not recuper- denounces rnnnr i rnTinii he JCjsLCU I IUI1 a.UIIULI et! as rapily as his friends hoped. has repeatedthe statement asthat ab- ern braves are sido by aide with: croft UUeradi said yesterday that W an tho stories tho un8ii and chivalry of the i he expected to receive the aailing; f He still very weak and it is fearTOtnof th Cllv of Miel solute falsehood. W boutnern cavalier on the field off orders for the Galena thia morning.! b,V'V?Zm lumy, Kentuekr, r liiii;i ed that he will not be able to CO til 2o doubt thousands and thous- hattlo against aomo foreign foe. XXI thU his spat in tho Ilopp tlMJ CO j Dot i fie J ihftt. bf virtue uf An act of the winter. The Senator has been ands of people seeing such char then tho common dangers and Amhiii'I mnl t3 ges in print, believed them, nnd commou love of country, will in- IItI.FAItI.C- - IOU hAR.1! 1SHU, and by urlfuaucu aJotrtid ly very robust, but he is getting adcq jth Common Council of the tl: cl flick deed nnd truth, make thorn feel vanced in years and hia ailment believe them to this day. y wv vjiAtrjyT tswz x i. regular meetmchelt at Citjr en It is held that tho President of and know that they are all Ameri- Cuiindlun .Militia Drilling:, mm, at the seems to bo deep seated. an election M n mere J IIUI, Vec llli, IBS, the United States has to submit can citizens, und fraternal love To 1n Kouiitt CO to held lthe City Hall, on You can get better fitted, and to such slanders, that his position foreo that mutual confidence and Tho people of tho United Stntea W IRAQ l better Halted In Clothing at Smith, is too nxaiteiito rail the alanaer reppect that vSH bury sectional- may view the Canadian Fishery (Jan 7th rottri uponlV ?b Uition off the the question as a political campaign qnilifivj Hickman 'ihcribluK the auni the Ellison & Oo'a, than anywhere else !ers to nersonnl account, and that ism forever and forever. of Chr of I VJ3 XI I At V Ia hugo joke, but evidently Tilt Tl .....I lt.,ltr trick, orn fka fanilkl in town, They guniantee aatlsfac nf pnnrsH. he could not rn Into .. ... ...... tho Canadians believe that the SMck of the I'aJueah, MUkJ.tan and tfouth. (looli dtivrd U any prt of (he CH lion, ami oner bftrgutn i rii in conrt as lliy ordttinry citizen, UOlCJiA-lT- , authorized by safest plants to prepare for war. ern Railrn(1 Com any, speaking of the color lino the Icmihe of the great dignity of his naid act of the A North Carolina young lady ia Tho following letter written to a Cemmpn Couurll, lgUlature, and of ;tray Philadelphia Times finds it difficult position. l hch aiid rlfcuon We supposo of course that the very much disgusted at the cor- citizen of Cairo, 111., indicates each voter will bj ankrd the ilbtlnct qui to undeiKtaiid in view of tho fact iu elections aud writes don, Arc yon for or agslnt theubrrrlp rpAKEN UP A3 A STRAY, ry II. II. that Texas with her 200,000 Demo-- ! President of tho Uuileil States ruption article in tho New Yorka somewhat the preparation: WlUop, lengthy Hon Ontario, Dec. 4, 1888. ttui of Kiftr Tlimun.l DolUn, la the (?up Iutile nouthliving nn ih DyrrlmrjtPS'i cnititt majority has elected five might well look with contempt of llicktnan, I'ulion nmtj, stock of be raducib, lllcktnan and on such foul and false Mandcra, World aa to how it can bo reme1 received your to her Legislature how Drati Friend: otil1irrfi lUIlroad Ctnipinyr and the Ky, ONK IU.ACK IIOKSK MUI.K. 3 died. Her plan is novel enough last letter O. K.aud am very thank is it that not a single colored man; trusting time to vindicate tlie Tote shall be recorded accordiiiK to ibo an yeara oM next 'prlnp and branded wbh : in anv of the Konublienn North- - truth. Since tho election, good to attract intercut. Hero it ia ful for tho very kind, I think, very fiwer of each (der tin Id election to bo the letter "I'' on the left Mn. No oth-- r VEALEKS IN ern statea has been chosen to such iirunr, ivciiuiiicuns as wen an " Jt eth State eltct Its choice-- for Chief acnaiiiio niivieo wnicu you aeni held within legal hour, and by llieufljurra marxi or brsndi pfrcrirablv, aud hieh it "r; ;"; t.,'i -al ulity " "" ; nemocrnti., who have porson,.! letter Deo 7, 1888. a position. "me. Ot course, n. I -- aid la young appointed to hold the regular Clljr election, apitraUfI undrr mydolltr. n Judg of the nUl?(JS MKUtClSEHtUOOKS,rtTATlONKHY, and School hunjdUa. band (ilvca are AiAnl)tiii out, that I thought Day and nt Fubon Cctintr Court, thU lOth dv uf W. L MfcCUTCHEN, Titr Clerk. Fo (KJOlHf TOYS, and PlCTUABll All the newspapers in Ken- thus tohtifing as to sueli cruel emitWashington on Inauctintllonthe Whpf to you, like you would that a a bet-- l havo fellow 1oUlewccn thenielre fnr November, lbd8. tucky are talking railroad, and it falsehoods. Hut, whilst tlie Pres- Hoiiac, The take the oath terideaol how tldnga wero run WINKS and MQUOKB, or Mtdlcal hm. JOailUA NAYLOn, SUNDBinS, PAINTS(0I1H, is an exceptional county indeed ident nud Ida family are thus be- of otlift nnd ihe other elmM bundle home n0Yl6 4ir J. F. C. C. tyickman HJarbie Works boy living than AGENTS FOU TIIR that is not considering a proposi- ing righted and vindicate'!, who he tuiltfonaire club In the Senate and lake out Westhud noa experience in here that tion to subscribe to railroad en- can vindicate the American neo- - pxcMlon of that chan.ter permanently. who has A' Y JIWKMAtV, JL. A.. VJX.HI& terprises. Out of all these pro- - plo forgiving an car to the shin !clhn a PresiJentlal termi.. expired another I direction. ....-,!- . - !.T. !..! .. .. if." shall be tnkrn, cxcsiuing the Slate vccunnnuivinu imn icun in a B. G. PHYSICAN AfJD SURUEON a Prudent until all the' nlmtn of your humble fiorvatlt. 1 to the press that circula ,.... .w ... m.v leU tiiem r The new iJ0ll0 u wij lCftS0 yon, ab DtALIt IV KENTUCKY HICKMAN, iHny in tne oenate uliimbcr tiai act a inure railway inmmiiiu iveuiucK.v Marbm LprSI)l l'reiI.IL.alIal ..Nlra. and (I.h Stt .l.ll tllOUgh It flattertf IUO CO 8 llllTabU. Italian and Amrkioan than any nthor year In tho State'a wo iiHrr.Mi;T. bis Professional Servlees to monuments, tom ii and uuave WciiBO do not bo at all frightened keep the aCnciei filled a they occur" history. oltlssna of lllokmau and riclnltjr STONES. Tho Federal Grand Jury at In- an at mo very fruIC'80 The handsomest line of Sllkvdinnnnolis. has ndiourned, with. VINO In stock, a fine lot of Amer hie Ki:rn or .mi.nohuim. that I try to assume. I can as. pre and Caahinere Mutilcra. Silk Hand. out r e t n r n i n c an indictment ican and Italian Marble. ara iMT-LlnqrlsUB- r-' euro you, und if necessary even (UuIivIJU Tliu.) pared to fill allorden. Call and examine kerchiefs, &c.f that we ever saw is against Dudley, tho Republican With Texas yet to bo reported Hon Harrison, that all wo intend 4Y uoTs, nt smtiu. Don't Committeeman, whom the impeii odlclally, Cleveland has a plurality doing is to "PROTECT oua FISH," bwCTr. tram iua vgumrj giruaiyti And Ret your IMacksmlthtug ftud gtutral Itvpalnng done at tail to go and look at them before, have charged with such, wholesale Lof I have been working very nanj tho you ouyyour Curisimaa presents. corruption In bnyliig'VoVT1n IiP Mien popular vote of 32,721. lately uriuing, on hucuuih ui uu ay 26 o tho plurality of Texas ia (Corner of Juckaon and Kentuckj Strceta,) tho mob at llinningham, Ala., at- diana. Tho latest gossip la to will added, it will raise Cloveland'a order from tho British governo fleet that the Democrats compelling all men between ment, tempted Saturday evening to take plmality to 150,000 or over. (Gorntr pf Obion an J Ex than gt Slrttti,) from the jail one Hawps, who bad cease their efforts to procure the In viow of thia fact, what be- tho ages of IS aud 40 to drill ouo KY HICEMA1I, murdered bis wife and cidldren in indictment of Dudley if tho comes of the talk about tho ver- day Iu tho week. and will uot crowd tho suits dict The uniform that I wear in my Oood Work atltockbottom Trices. Mj erdr to marry another woman. of tho country 1 Mr. HarriUSTOl'KNEI) with new STOOK, oul and out. Fiue, stylish KIUB ley blre motto. unltetl htatea Marsnai son wilt bo electedit should bo photo ia that of a private of tho The i.nirorR flrod nnnn tim iimh 1 TEHMreMonablQ. Patronage solicited. KENTUCKY. 1I10KMAN, a specialty 5 MT3III4L. WORK with Winchesters and pistols for' 1Iaw,ilnR for "Hegcd illegal ar. remembered lie ia not yet elected 57th regiment of her moat )o( on JOHN F. QUAY. "m'10 h? hifi Majesty by tho grace of God, Ptlea fifteen minutes, killing and wound.1 r?at8, by tho electoral college on the when you warn mar2C-t('1 IVB MK A TttlAli or repairs on ing twenty persona. M. Il.Tliroek.11. .ctJ011 ihi Tlial is a uIro BCUtl second Monday In January aud Queen of Great Uritain and HUckaudtblng done, DeEmpress of India and morton, postmaster of the ritrJV'" for tho country to listen to. his title will bo perfectly regular Wagona, Ac. I also keep a fall line of ocl30-)- y fender of tho Faith. (Cheatnuts.) DIESTELBRINK was killed while endeavoring to ," ellbor Dudley or HawkiiiB nave and complete under the constituOoods, 1 suppose that you feel a little Uadortakor'o ',MIen -- ui,t' of tl10 nenses oharg- - tion, but it ia an abuse of languago perauado the mob to disperse. Ulack '4 , . . FURNITURE, HWi T ' ,','c, lift Ml fH!v i i fl to call Ida election a verdict of blue over the lato election. 1 am Common, RopwohI, nJ IJ oan be fitted ( FURNITURE, I imu iviniie ni uio aeiieme ny (consequences. Every party to tho people in favor of tho Hopub very aorry that poor old Grovor nut Cofllns nnd Cis, which apace to naroo alt artlotes, but do which tin natonai Democracy HIIl.MI consnlracv acalnat tho oil- up on ehort notice, and at reuuable got left, because wo aro a little NOtrouble to show Roods. Oteo rue :i call. was trailed of Dy tho loea fac forcement of the laws of tho land licau and against tho Democratic nervous over here, that Hon, to price-tCome and see, at the corner of Troy party. Tho verdict of tho pooplo I4Y Shop in Weal Hickman. uunMoi iMiw lorK.nrn gn iniiaiiy Hliouid bo presented beforo tho la wttli tho and Moscow Atenue. East Illckmrn, Kj maj25-8ver- mako himself popular with tho Democrats; tho coiulug to light, .lames O'llrien, Fe(i(.ra command soul to the dict of tho electoral college ia Irish clement, may harbor hostile nn alleged Democrat, has been penitentiary, feeliuga toward ua poor Canadians, INDBA LRUS with the Republicans. found to bo guilty nf accepting and on that account wo uro com m about lOO.OOO from tho Hepnbii.1 8uoif ffl(1B a8 tho following aro OTlli:UI.NJHAJI ttlXN 11 1M HVIV polled to wear a red coat aud drill, can managers in considerat on of respectfully commended to the St. Louib, Dec. 10. The" celc-br- aud awear alleginnco nud every mi agreement to turn over 10,000 fair considerutiou of such Hopub. of Fotheringhum vs. other rot they can think of so as Democratio votes to Ilairlsun and rnllH IIH Ul0 0lHl0r of jjrcfl. the ted caseExpress Company, for to havo us ready Iu caao any Adams Mrt- den Republican: illegal imprianumoht, waa bottled trouble should arise. Yours, otc, I1V- DKALER HICKMAN, icisrvruaiiY"Tkn .ew York World hn InterTiewtnJ The Well known Dr. ITammoild by tho company paying earn that climbing stairways is tb( l'r,hu.it negroM iu mariy all the aomh Fotheringhaui $8,300. David H. n ji im ui TT7"E ARE OFFERING all Krndesrf Plain, Mullum and Fins Fnrnltur atfraatly Tbo Mayfield Democrat aaya DRUGS. beat exercise imaginable. Ho ail entH wmiv. inijjM nn i poll ilealtirrrpyin' Fotheringham was the oxpresa TAINTS HID In rei;rd to tbrh and rsducfd price, we carry full lino, at an times, nt t'ho N. N. & M. V. railroad vines the tearing nway of eleva from only three i'fnl hnn Itrights received messenger who Jim Cummings. that CllAlltSt HOCKKHS, TAIMKS, UUREAVS WASHSTANDS, WARUSOUX.V tors aud the piling of atory on romplainia of Interfrri'nc Uallluiorc, alias Withrow, now serving a term will pay nearly $1,000 in taxea in Cham nan sets MATTRESSES, SPRIXGS. it., utor.v. Climbing a hundred stair- Richmond nnd Oreeitville, S. C. In every in tho Missouri penitentiary, bound Gravoa county thia year. It also : , .JHCDB. 4J ways a day, bo says, will euro otlifr action itf the South the mj;rfe aiy and gagged, when clamora for more railroads with ml trrt otiarnnlfs Our trial and he eonrineed. ti he lie lowest. OIto tut thut thy not lieadauariers on UNDERTAKER'S GOODS, and discount ill ru disease, &r. If this bo true, an tltlcenn.Hie Kueli restricted In their rlffbt ho committed tho $80,000 robbery tho romirk that they aro good mrInWfi areline. W auihfiiUtlr rtporU K) earrr a Iire l(n of Wooden and Metallic Uurul Cssti. tltlun - lids Ilicknuin should bo an obedient o Ion wNjtf towards ikIOIpi: tbo uero on the St Louis & Sau Francisco things to havo whon COMI'OUNnED.- &- JipliiMe vv dob norV a specially. CAKEFULLY IOTRPR1SSCPTIOIN8 comoa around. Itnllroad, time reeort for persona thus nfl'.ictJd. mitiiui. ; 4 t'rlrnlerillxetMotilri Reiienf eteoltcn, and inptruc!tnf the JuJiciarjr 11, 1SSS. Corumiitfe lo lnvftlgite the eliartc ai)J r The )ersonal slanders which ariMio Inquire nhtt Iilniion uiuiit b ntc the nnrltj of llio fran-to iwert hurled ngnitlSt the lVcicl0Ut i jcsrnaile In tho r ubllc jrinl that menr hnlttfcn uted to control tl.e PrtMentUI j Contiurr.ui Uncle NmnN War VrMfu! Thero :iuttll been a numbor an of have rlcre'l to CinooU Ii roforencca iu tho papers recently OH tluk SiiouUIt'r of as to tho whereabouta of "Honest (he Mpuitliy Iil- Undo Dick" Tate, whoso robher TiiKuanMcziirt tv IslnniK ( TATfc'H WllllllKUHHTH. 1 OROCERIES at t MmBB Wlxxi Yonl'VITant ni F. B. CASE'S, KLttdmk. wvf ii bod-pos- jn3 . What to Buy ? jMutual Life Insurance Company, IXMl'W Safest and Best ii ( JI3I. Hay-Wo- n ia-jorit- U IS tzt:zb World !ij&l ASSISTS $119,000,000. Paid Policy Eoldoro S245, 000,000. Jl J f non-partisa- n d s XXCII! Iky. 1 u;; . mm t ..... ., J ! I Z 4 Q a? 3S j MICKM1I BJLIIL UMb.n,t, rr T CAPITAL, 850,000. I , -- two-thlrd- a ' i - - - -- nw,Ar?ia8tt I I j.! jF I i i BROSiHKRI'WVnK" I !V7WM CO. I "J - Uwk-tim- e. a I'tlPWIT! 1 t -- JqIul St-na- N iUiSg a GROCERIES rillA ixtotice. S CZ3 vr 1 Mon-lar- ....,, t ... in HICKMANI . HICKMAM" "WAGOIT, bo-I- n j $i ' , irunn-lmlu- ... I ,3"' " luckz-iinedhal- ......, :!ri'; ... ": ,!. ft 1 J DAMAGE, DR. Domestic Sewing Machine. a Ni'i:i.iirv.- SuieiahaUh-aiatltMriiir- lht 11 t war-iiK- e 0"! ,, h: 1 A. F. OLIVER, J. F. GRAY'S, -f Knt iimwi wmmi, HICKMAN, - KE1STVCKY, gra-cinu- a Jro-lan- 1 - Family Groceries. V. KINGMAN & BOMAR. & . CKTEPIIENS SJBIYLEll, THE OLD RELIABLE! CIIAS. A. IIOLCOMBE, -- a i l0 Furniture and Undertaker's Goods, ff to-da- MilMS, MMMl single-handed- Iirt cj nr, A tax-payin- g F- -i T r , " i' - JM i i JE!" II! a t NOWYtifi" CHRISTMA S BARGAINS! I I' & 3XT ixsKsmasr jBftammmmHamjsmB3mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmaMmgmmmmm I 3 mSSBr THE3T MUST 313 SOLDI Wraps, Dlmiks. Jackets, Suits, Fiusfs, Overcoats, Eloois, &hocs, Underwear, Mats, Caps, Gloves, Blankets, Comforts, &c, &c. I S r& Tf -- secsek: :i5flS;33H3M3HKEar aauii mmwjijlpii v iiiihiihi iiiii iiipi Uil S8 1VC X ; 1? JE3L , ISJ03XT KNIFE cfe I!Sir OO 'ISL Therefore, yon will fiud the LOWEST PRICES in the Cltv at . && -- 4 1 f. 1 . i , . ;; ' M fiSfiLUMtBJAKTHKtt THE MURDBROm uatviiki CLOCK. IS 5Mms O-OLDT Out S ai)d siiE r? V SelHtooSn JStooac. V ftl ...... B. A. BURUNGAMB, -- r, teen Applied Wiitai Mercy, i S.IOXMA3ST, aCY.. Ji of " UTS Wpl : " Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Musical Goods, &c i ...I. Already Jok ft! fl B ok priees! pall lm7ter (jOOdSr ) Jtftunr t ri.cT(itt!i Must bo sold, until the 1st of February, regardless of cost are ottering some ol our goods at 50c on the Dollar. W W LOUAIi iN'BWS. ihiyn. Tlmt in wlnlf our A Marry ChrintmuB and Happy Our ijooiIn must ho huUI, anil hooka itliow, 11111I wo nro doi'ip It Now Your to Al! now fit dm time to soil them. So by tho lou prh0H wn nro nmkinjr. come til 011 ir unci cot vonr cliolci. Hijht now wo ro innklnr V will hoII you ahriipor thuu uiijr tnv utv 0n hoavy conilH. which This is 10 tcrlif) tlt t have pmmullv hi other huiiM1 mutt ht fiM. Conio nniuk. icca the H.luUy Mock of J V COl.E, I Ihoo ovrr 50 per ViiPt rent, increnso In eulcs yonrlft.n pretty hlr ilnnp lob 8. Now is the Tim for Bargains t 3 SO These goods must be sold at any price. We will give you the Biggest Bargains ever offered before in this eilv. SUIT!!. Kl.UllON Co. Smith, Kmikox & ro so T Fl boxes i.v4;iiiv.,;M,MIk4 U ftMbl - IHlkllf ! llMr, hnh( "Wtr Now U your Hum for harculiiR. Smith, IIIIhoii ,V Co. tiro ftlashln prleort. The Blythe, of Fulton, thin county, are nurt enough llkil to heroine milliotmfroa. Tito Atueri van Consul at IMinhurh. Scot-laud, olilrmlfy assort?, th.u tiiir f'hilni an hrirn to Uic.ohtatti of tlie ' antl rccwmnifnl It k Up ixtl and mo4 complete atkinint of tniiriaie gift I 1hc yet cn. Vou will utdjr he pWwl wjth letUoni fmitt hit clrgini ixHrii4Hi Hit ttupliy of Holiday uHl dcNftht pu, one ami all. Ihr newest, the nicest, Uic fcttict and the cheapest raoJ yuu cuf law. SANTA CI.AUS C'h Thoro Imvo bton no new cacH cifyelluir lever tit Jacksonville, Tin., hIiioo Itui Krhlny. O.VBtGH lonvo your onlrrrt ut K. tor tllu it tmiH Orangcd. R. are Thv ouiiu Imlir of Iltukiiiiin to yho u Lenp Vonr Mnnfiunuiti Hull, Thurutliiy alter OhriNtimiR. -- Tiip proatefit h.Uiiliiii In tJu lerwmr nro to ho htnl t Suiitli, l;llidoti S: CoV. f- c- t- -4 "II" U!f ' arTh LA Ui t arc all highly Ti f9tUMltvltll ltlTPIf VA VH dUlllrlV " be icrWfc niimoiij of AVIF DHIiSS GOODS anilf11"! I A l to each. ' IioImi ton couu-- , Thov wv thev . pifittnitifr iv fiivnin unvn ninii uiiii iT" ' ' ' ,.., 1.. ,inn.,r ' 1111 am wni.i..si:i.i:crKi nrojut too eleunt, and KoniKAl..' ' tT, 11111 11111111 iiiiruiiriHT ot' nudallMieh heautihil slnde5. Don't and i'hiiiiii now nppeam ftnircely a there fail to iv thm before ! iti ,r. donht but tint they will be hoc-Uov. Taylor, of TenneKeo, restful. and Seortdary of Slate, A1Iioiivj Ihflr Iltfnr-- o HtMitiiiiti;. In not jieak n l!o put-- bv. Ah ttiiicrj aiu; Mm o.v ovu eoi'.-v-Murnj it a iM'innrrat. or trail" At J W Pw i?Hrn' t:u niciiiv rou sli:. iHll'l I)rWP litr lliflr ifttn au.& I.. Wlml "" mrnpv frrr trial )hM KI,A I .lACIv hrci-urtrn- r ,,Mnf ,nr K'?11 yw, DUvrry for Con yew t pc8 TbOUItl tlo to HrCKNKIt'ti. . luruc'1 ,lV.ick,v; ntytho, the merchant. ,al. fl lute ' full and stock, Juet now, cmiiliiiiito for tho LelUurr, If. now in Km imp, urtilnir tin tho complelo, hut the uhoieest neleo- iitliliMinn. niimv Iltvllm tni 1..1. "r'" will BOOH no cone. JNOW 18 First contor from whom thia vii t nron1 ,ho Kojdcu opportunity erly Is heired, wa a rcaiilent of come, Urn served. The bottom Califoti.ia. In 18 It), ho landed in has dropped out of my pricoH. that State, penniless, iuorad ids OOXiE. family and fiipny trihe and habit, ami engajzed in Mii'eoftil pediv 1 ; IJVU T IJ dling and ruining, luvrniiai; IiIh ontninH largelv In real o&uto,tho era rM w.n qek an hoi i ucreiiHiMl ! M IJ V U M 11 V vaiuo of whhl made iiillllnHHire. He did own , W I H II IJ I i up two million noren of inud and a inrpo part or the cltv of San (ilifonila CHikv Il!vflic In nretlvl tlirlMiima will oon ho here, anil v. ' everybody oujrht to wake up. My well etiUU8hc!. Sir. .Uni l)0 , r: Oun CUSTOMERS are cordially am the trading invited to call Jk and test our htatement. The fall has been that do we not care to eo We will have Auction Sales on Saturday and Saturday nights; Come before the Bargains are all gone ! We thank our friends for past patronage, and hope to see tiieni all before these Goods are disposed of. A 13P 8 HP 3K1 unusually open 'GOLDSTEIN !SG c& risk having heavy GOLBFARB 3 goodn left over at the end of the hoason, J, W. Iu heavy OVERCOATS, J1 11111 11 ,n f MywillwUliC jl na LEATE YOUR ORDERS FOR COAL. I FLAXiYELS, tejXKRTSr IWJJ.WS 'o - 111 1 Oaii ihw 4, BOOTS, Ae.t ro- imnimmnunnmm we can and will fihoV extraordinary - j 1 GOODS, ir r.inbroiUCrltffl, .New Fall and "Winter ductiou iu pricc.i, as wt have determined to push their sale. We challenge all ' duplication of prices on rl llolh-ioi- HEAVY WINTER GOODS by any Hickman has started in now with a vigorous public spirit to helpbuild several new railroads, and in so doing does not ask or expect tho county of Fulton, or nny citizen beyond tho town limits, to contribute n dime. If wo succeed in thus improving our conuty, adding to its wealth and prosperity, surely our neighbors who live in tho country can have no objection; and if wo fail, they can afford to speak a kind word for our good intentions. Messrs. Morris. Peek & Sloan. EAST HICKMA1T JNO, "W. MORRl fie CMPUT, SON, Prop's, F and Boilers, anglO-l- y .MAiUPACTUIlEU8 Fin Buggy Spokes JL2FTJD OOaN MBAL. Works-Engi- nes competitor. Killer Wiiffmiiiiir will .Inli...... wHiaii llU nhabhiit .",t .. iaolool!t-oii- i o 4t ,, neM Sun-- , Hvhool ehildren are invited, , Now In the time forOvereoatn. Smith, Kllinou Co. have a big Mock, nod they ate cAfoi. vkm.w, tiii, iftiiii aIl. flegtut tho ImmI fitting, be-- t made and the! 'lb'ah?t ta Hicknum, Call and; bin tiieai. The Voung Mcn' Christian Association will meet in the Moth ndint church, Suudav at 3 p. in. hvcryhody respectfully invited. . II nUCMIAXANhnsamot Hue of (icntV Chdhtng, j j CHRISTMAS IS A NUISANCE I", i T ; RT "1 don't know what to buy for lie was bom and raised on Keel 1 II I) W I) fl ! U 0 i V tl my Aimlly. J. CoIo'h houo Ih foot lake, in Tciiiicbboo. Ji A ill I) III D nil rini, guoNH rn hoc wnm Iio'h r vt-iKot. My, what an assort inent! Xo l'lrl IMnvr. trouble to Dud what you want. A foHt amount ol political fnihfrlnft fefjr Mr. J. W.Straugham, jowob Catch on to his price. Kovor Haw wl hd lm by friend of carilMatei M man tli anything like It!" Como and nee. ?icurc fr lliflr tv4t man flr'l pln on thr cr, has recently located in Hiok wilt .f.Jtihly v man, and is now ready to UViU antl the All are welcome. repair ciira tbt coveted pUcp Tl Mi if inilorwd All bv lli maiorilv of die lcoptc I tie election jewelry, watches, clocks, &c. CliriHtm.iN Mako i' im'"i r.Ttiri" iiiiicn uni it-- iiu' ho asks Is a fair trial, as his work h coming. Hetifdblo proMentH, Smith, billMtn to tlie (ronli It a hut Ha piM'it upon, hia will speak for itself. His shop is S: Co. have a llOUHO full or"i'i( biorr.l, an I unnliiioiiaWg(vun th on Clinton street, in the atVifftjfgFC I le plag, yn-- f rfniltfL'jlrtUHarly building, two doors west Hereudes firat Tn r of HicknovtMf lima preacntfl, ),u n.ver f KMneva. Liter tna'Sminnch. man Hunk. hue in'cri. Klcctrto ntltcpi.lH'hij; Kimrintrnl, li awafe Prlrt 60s anil $1 ptr bottlv nilVn being put Invwtmetil Tim now Htoel al J W Cowill' UruffStor on elm X., 0. it St. L. Knilroixl liavo been hdd to McICenzie, and Staple and Fancy Groceries HEADQUARTERS FOR will hoou ho completed through to --. which we will always sell at the iilckmau. lowest niurlcet rates. sc28 Foil ChristmaH Frultn go J. Aiinnita's Sons. jr'SZri:E l'r Drens Trimming, rniiTi. mi inrmi nnn lnun New Dress Styles Prints. lUcflVi nulcklr njrrl Yn rati 'tt It New l)rot.a Stales Ginghams, ltfrrf bin in hjr ptUn a trUi Mil for ew n taps, 10 far;; pUc f r.7try loMle warranifJ. New Jackets, Four piisonor broko Jail at New Woolen Hosiery, Troy, WedneHilay, about o'clock, New Cotton Hosiery, In I ho day time. Two of them New Cotton Goods, wete captured, but Auuiah Payne, New Flannels, New Cat lets, uhu killed J. M. llrown, and a New Oil Cloth, nero, mado cood their escape. Hrown'H father o tie re jJL'OO rownrd Now Towels, for tho capture of Puno, and the New Napkins, New Table Linen, Sito ol Tenneeseo under tho law nitiNt oPTer $2oih Ho in a younu Now Silks and Sating man 21 or 215 Jyears old, fair comNew Custom .Made Shoes.! plexion, hltto eyes, Iiulit hair. and the latest stlu NOVELTIES,! wcihs MritolM ponudH, fi feet at tho VKIt V LO WKSY i'OS- S .in,,. cl... iminnim.. inn ?rr vluiule urilolc lrm rMa AMhma 1 wiAJL? nnrnr lib 0UlDi!Na. - mcAI A Fresh Supply ItlH,KNK.H,H. Tho MetliodiHt Sunday soho propoHCB having a ChiiHtmafl Tree, with appropriato exercisen. All nro Invited to Join In tho celebia tiou. Uuy vonr CliriRtmna prenoutR nt Smith,' Ellison & Oo'h. Uneful ijrijtras COODS, -- Fuquu & DoIIow have sold their grocery house to Dr. N. lb lltewcr. Tho Dr. is icpresonted as a live, enterprising' business tnuti. -- goods are appreciated, and they nro soiling cheaper than anybody cIho iu town, Vote for whom you please for town oIIIuith that's tight, but on tho railroad proposition let's have strong pull and n pull all to gethor. A a rr- - KX v lirit Elli50f's (Mrs. Gardner's old Stand) Boother at hand. It Is tho only afo medicine rot niiulo that vllt rrmovo all InfanUIodUorderH. It contKlns na Odium or Jftnyhin, hut Rives tho child natural pain, Vtlco 2$ cents. Sold b sate fwn fttf' have " Toya, J. W. CO WGILL, Druggist. The Courier has heard of no opposition to tho P. II. & S. rail Election oc ro.id subscription. curs MondaVt dan. 7tli, 189, and it lakes 177 uHlrmutlvo votes to win. Motions, MERRY. CHRJSTMAS TO ALL I Fancy Gooda, Books, t&c. TOYB for tho Hollluy, nt J. W. COLK'S. Tho people should select n good Mayor antl Council to bo sure, but wluiMliero is about these to provoke oxeited positions iiicQd, passes our limited under-rtnudin- II! j; JWFISS!! warranted, 13 becauso It Is tho beat It will posh Blood Prepurntlon knowu. tWoly cure all Blood Dlavasts, purities tho whole aystern, and thoroughly builds up tbo oouitltutton. Kemcmber, wo guaraateo It. &Tiptonvilie Leveo und Railroad company, was iu Hickman, Mon day. Ho has been actively engaged iu securing laud suhscrip nous in liHKO county, and now One I goes on tho same Is SouTinnisT Good ISTows business among the overflowed land owners of GOOD NEWSTJOB ALL!! 'Obion county. Ho savs tlmt if .NTUCKY CAN YOU RIND a im tim;v mii.i, cam. iwitatiox tho Kentucky owners act as lib- at erally as tho Tenuesseatisthat tho A better selection of Ghnth Firn-- I nmhino Goods and Ukadv Made !":, Jonos' Millingry Eaiaar, levee and railroad will bo built. Booth, Siioim, Hatb, Tho colored voters of Hickexamine i v ifl, ccc, than wo navo in our and of HATSthe large and elegant man, it is said, held a meeting lino just received from Stock, iris mean what ice say ! that New suggested a York. Also, an endless va- Tuesday night, and is full city ticket. It will sell thcae goods down at riety of Novelties composed we in Iiibbous, HOCK BOTTOM PRICES, and Uirds. Wings and Feathers. You entirely of whites, and cood mon Their alleged o arc will mid in her store everything in ovety respect. Uutirantee biitttae(fn. headquarters for all kinds of Rub Kept iu mo .Miinuory Hue. Also, grievance against tho present her Goods and Gum Coats, and al a full lino ot Goods for Fancy Council, is something iu regard to tho colored buiial Work of all kinds. Everything included Iu the city grounds being ways keep tho beat brand: cemetery. lias boon done to secure for her ,S0J Sons J. Ambero' Wo hear that thoro nro a numcustomers tho most cholcn mid L4taet lino of goods iu tho markot. ber of candidates for Counciimen, but none of them have put in on Tho brighter nrosnoots for UllU UIIII IU1I IU UU pitHIHCU. Patronage solicitod and sntisfac upponranco about tho Couhikr Hickman aro Inviting uumorous otllco electioneering. All right, so21 letters and inquiries from persons, tiou guaranteed. tho constitution guarantees pt inicprofionting different lines of business, as to locating here. The XC W0lII enjoy your dinner ters tho right to vote or not voto and by Dysfuture does look a littlo more J YJuse Ackor'a are prevented Tablets. as they please. Dyspepsia hopeful, but before getting on ,4u pepsia, The suggestion bus beon mado for boom" let's wait and seo how They aro a positive euroand Dyspopsia, In- that the city leaso tho publiu Constipation. digestion, Flatulency much of tho prospect shall We guarantee them. 25 nnd CO cents. grounds iu front of new college, building to the base hall club, on J. W. CO WGILL. Druggist. the condition that the club have it graded and fenced. Tho irradintr and reliable Mrdlclncn aro tbobest Tho Elver and Harbor Com- of this square, and tho opening oft VIVV todoirndupon. Ackera Blood El mittee recommend an additional .Moscow Avenue would no a big Ulr has hern prescribed for years for all nppropiiaiiou of 00,000 to Hick- improvement to that locality. Inevery(ormofScrof nlnufl. RTTihllltle or Mercurial diseases, it is man and 8,000 to Columbus, iu invaluable. For Bbeuxnatlsm, has no equal tho new appropriation bill, Tho . . .. ... understanding now is work J. YV. UU WtilljU. IJI'UgglSl. at Hickman will surely that commence us eaily next spring as tho stage imrtirs ii)Knri:n to the Hickmau SiindaysohoolB nro Of tho liver will permit. of MUSK & .WAiir UI arranging for Christmas entertain plpitfC come forward hn I ittk bjr llie lUtlt ol January, IttdO, or their eUlnii wilt ho incuts for tho Sundayschool put In Jie httuU of an clTiror for Now is tho tlmo for the lit Anjr onu JiavhiR cUtm tl.o tie folks who have heretofore at firm will please fde sDie. tonded to do so regularly, and for AL 1) SUA tV, deaI4.br tlioso who have not, to commence. slipThero's no harm in children Having purchiKH'd Mr, li. T (irdner'n ping up on Santa Claus, If they fc'itire Mock of Books, HuMonery, Fane) U ootii, iVo , I win oontlnue to keep on can. LiukI, j. f. flf)Llf ZZL for - chinery for their now foundry and inacnino snops, ana will nave it iu operation just as early as tho houses can bo built and tho machinery placed. Mr. Sloan of this ilrni has the namo of being ono of tho finest machinists iu Teunesseo or Kentucky. Tho firm is live, energetic, and worthy, and will bo a valuable addition to Hickman ori.mL'voirr'ilAgta for Morris Machino E&r WILL GRIND MKAL EVERY SATURDAY. "V7" OAYOE, hah 'rrit: - j&.T-i2Lt-.i'-x ,j industries. Mr. Tilghman, of tho Hickman largest M P4 KENTUCKY, ir -- wh 3 r IL r $ of ir JL NOTIONS, LADIES3DRESS GOODS, TRIMMED HATS, &c, t fe- - , &$ AIL J?4i - hii that That ho has ever carried, and at PRICES as LOW a3 tho LOWEST- Irf Ho does not fear to compare prices with anyone; aud, in fact, bl Stock Is complete In every Departin'ent. s&" Call and examine his goods beforo buying elsewhere. Clothing and Gents Underwear K,EXjI.B2LjHJ mMa ' vcv & BHVASD ADVERTISING Op fnhimn, on One hill t hiii'ii rit On f .iitth coluiuu ono e M 5J mate-tlalii- Has a spleDuMil stock of the very best make of all Kindh of Hardware which areoflered at OXF PRICK, and that tho very lowest the markot ustiftes. All goods guaranteed to be exactly us represented. I fA ROOFING A SPECIALTY R. S.MUEUELL. ATTORNBY-AO.(O0lf RATES. , 1 CftwglU't -- LAW, Fair Warning! All mat u.t finarl61 lTf.tlr of er Irug ttcrp) )r)r ;ur " , ... $i Z (O iJ (ni Oil v, k r. olnl-dro- Flrt JuillrUiblairlot. Will practice In all the Courtn TriDirni wvtt UkaX ftJvfrlfnienr f I r 'jur of on Inch. ttrt lutrrtluti fifty cm I per Incli tacb ai Ullunnl hiMtluii Kcr 'laJ pnflHnn or fr 9Mltl mlTrtfvt iiuuU, r"iulrluK futliht vl coluiuu ruU, t.J4Uiuiit of tbo hriM will l nit I. OWnitJf, tut tiit(rtn. nnl lrltitr of W Now Book Store. RQlleo-tlo- iUt ltrntf(Hrr tittt ftrvl rvM Nrw wattr iootluuf-I- , ctvi frr llmrtli wnk, Luc) i S wrlll l fril tho rt f A tnn r r"!!, llf. t Call and Soa Mo I h cifflt. Eiiitsoit. J.W.COWOILL, Druggist. STHCGT trifle with any Throat or STATIONERY, Lunp; Disease, Ifrouhavo oooitanlljr on hand for hire yewsPAPKHS, a Conga or Cold, or tho children era A cood Paw Mill, with oomplcle outfit sftla MAOAZIXES, Je. threatened wiihCroupnrWhoopIngCougli, now In a good locationCho I'oiuht a I10H8KS, BUaOU'6 AndUACKH Any of th abovo not In utook will be use Acker's English Bemedyruid procU a rc tonatde price and on reanuatle terwi lUilug purelMttd the etable. hore further trouble. It Is a positive cure, promptly procured upon application. AJJreKs, for Information, und enlue outfit of W. 1), Plumme r Cuino nnd aeu me. and we guarantee It. Trice 10 and 50a J. J. C. UOXDIMANT, w to fontlntte the builnen, nl .1. cnvT. IM I.ISOV. ..OI ffH-- tf lllckmon, Kjr J. W.COWOILL, Diuggmt. o licit pAtrooi:' TavOv at tho old stand, a complete line of SCHOOL JW0h'3t SAW MELL SALE AND LIVERY STABLE Look at This If yon nt l)terf. If vuij want KnTlfnf, If rou tit IllinhftiW. If ou Mftnl Stuttnivnti, If )uu uAQt Lfttr ltfdt II yen nt Nott UtJ, li "t vrnit Huiun ct-4- , J For JS-i- lo ! Fahis KEtira & Pakkek, KliNTUCKV cu ttt you want Milwlog T If yuu Hnl UuiDM Clrrulsitf; n 1.1 N't. ifiou JOB PR1NTINQ of au d cihiliua, 'Jv la mmi miantr. yow jour want KtltnU by iftllUg at th it )iu w&tit Miltlnj yOU WftQt If If Ut lotitfttiuu, Url-- , ilfclrj 1 Courier Job Offioei i W : U mr n Tl MtmiliilMrWMWr'r ,u tWft$fctt t- - gqpg'' ' ffr?(ff'',.VtF; ," ..iMaMBSSawaWi--NO Tho Joseph, once standing In the palace, bnrst out crying when hethoughtof Jacob afar off. And the heaven of your little one will not bo fairly begun until you get there. All the kindness shown them by Immortal will not make them forget you. Thero they are, the radiant throngs that went out from your homes! I throw a kiss to the sweet darlings. Thoy are alt well now In the palace. The crippled child has a sound foot now. A little lame child sayst Ma. will I be lame In Heaven!" "No, my darling, you won't be lame In Heaven," A little blind child says: "Ma, will I Utdlnd In Heaven!" "No, my dear, you won't be blind In Heaven." They are all well there. take the Doe not the subject of e gloom out of the thought that would be struck through with midnight? We used to think that when we died we would have to go afoot, tagging down In the mire, and the hounds of terror might get after us, and If we got through Into Heaven at all wo would come In torn nnd wounded, and bleeding. I remember when my teeth chattered nnd my knees knocked together when I heard any body talk about death; but I have come to think that the grave will 1m tho softest bed I ever slept In, and tho bottom of my feet wltl not bewef with the passage of the Jordan. ''Them that sleep In Jesus will God bring with Him." I was reading of Robert Southey, who said he wlihed he could die far away from his friends like a dog, crawling Into a corner and dying unobserved. Thoo were his words. I Be It ours to die In a couch surrounded by loved ones, so tbat tbey with usmayhearthe glad, sweet, Jubilant announcement! "Tho King's wagons are coming." Hark! 1 bear them now. Are they coming for you or me? . -. FASHION AND BREEDING. The former Is of the Surface, the Ijitter of the Ml ml. Thero U perhaps no mora Infallible sign of yjalgarlty than the mistaking of fashion for good breeding, and yot there Is perhaps The undcr-brcno error moro common. man always supposes himself to bo com passing tho Innermost mysteries of being a gentleman when ho has followed tho latost whimsical fancies of fashion. They have no Inner sense cf tho fltncsnof thlugs, and aro forced to dopend upon outer rule. Ihey CMn not be said to forget aiuco thoy never have known that there Is an essential vulgarity In the eternal dlcuss Ion of forms and of customs, Tho truly mau knows as a matter of courso what Is proper, and If under ununusual ctrcumsUncos ho may sometimes beat u los In regard to etiquette hois always ablo of to bo superior to the whlmslcalttie fashb n. good breeding Tho distinction between nnd fashion Is usually pretty strongly marked In people of the now rich variety. Theo upstarts are apt to bo well up In all the device and desires of fashion; tbey aro painfully exact In their observance of the latost whimsicalities of dress and do portmjnti they are miserable over any falluro to keep up with tho freshest changes In the code of rules laid dowu by some vulgar leader of fash-Inwho Is for tho moment at tho head of tho swim; but they aro absolutely outildo of tho truly well bred circle, Tho caato of Vcre do Vera" Is above the ace dent of tho hour, and docs not descend from Its lofty elevation because of a falluro to com ply with outward rule which change from day to day and from week to week, like the dictates of fashion. And herein la the whole secret to thf matter; fashion is of tho surface, while breeding is of tho mind. Fashion deals with the behavior; breeding Is a matter of the character. Fashion I a varnish which may be applied to any surface, while brooding Is a method of making. A Deg- gar may bo taken from the gutter and trained to the height of fashion, while a man can b well brM only through a process begun with his grandfather. In but tho shadow of a a word, fashion shadow, whilo breeding Is the substance, unchangeable and uuspolUble. W.m y oth-wis-d well-bred ever-varyin1 J Khould Keep The Terrible Pancer Wbleh Threatens the Tear of the Country. Every stop of tho Itepubllcan campaign was marked by fraud, bribery In tho manufacturand corruption. It was also a camSo wroto John (i. Whlttlor nftor tho ing States defeat of Fremont In lWrt; 11 dofcttt paign of tho meanest and most Tho men who which teemed to many of that day rw brutal Intimidation. havo been mado enormously wealthy moro deciairo thnn that which th friends of tariff reform received thla by taxes levied on tho people threatened tholr employos with cuts In year, tho sixth of November. In tho momoritblo conflict between Wngcs-- ln repealed Instances oven discharging them for advocating tho refreedom nnd Hlnvory, 2 10,000 slaveholders succeeded for many years In con- duction of taxes. ' With this record un repented of nnd vincing many millions of tholr that tho whole Interest of not oven denied, tho Hopubllcan party tho .Nation depended upon tho per- It gathering Its forces for tho Infamous petuation of n rello of barbarism, nnd work of destroying tho new found prosof truo freedom perity of tho Southern States nnd thnt tho cornor-ston- o tho Infamies of reconstruction. was tho right to hold men In bondago. g plan of conIt 1h tho When, In IcW, tho ollgaroy refused to accept dofent at scienceless political schemers who aro tho polls nnd took up arms to destroy willing to sacrifice tho peace and prosthe Union rather than submit to tho perity of tho country to extend tholr verdict of tho majority, thoy succeeded Irisoof power. They know that they In making millions of poor whites, will bo driven out on the tariff Issue; who wero systematically degraded nnd they know that they are not In n posU oppressed by tho slaveholders nnd by tlon to prevent it by making any real the slave labor with which thoy wero reduction of tariff taxation, and they compelled to cotneU actually tako propose therefore to once moro create up arms nnd fight fiercely to pcrpotuato nn overshadowing issue of North a system which was tholr worst enemy, against South. No greater danger thnn this has ovor they hazarded tholr lives on a thousand hnrdf ought fields to rivet on thratned fhn country. Tho South themselves tho chains of n system of can bo onco moro thrown into tho Why Tarlff-llefor- ... J , DEATH. Doforo, Eopnrtod Havo Only Gono Walling ntnl Wntrliliiff ttiC'onir-llriite- nn Tlie llrme (o Resllns-Plat- e for tin llellesera In Christ rinon. Tulinnfl' n llleed fr Tliflr frlemls Clinnsr- e- ''Ul The Ktyp"-1- 1 Capital wni tha focusof tho world's Health. In ship and UrRCS there had been brousht to it from India frank Incenre nnd cinnamon, and Ivory and diamond,; fnm the Worth, inarW and Iron: fromtyrla, r"rlle nnl silk; from lireoce, soma of the llne- -t horses of tho world and soma of the nust brilliant chariots, and from all the earth that which could best please tho eye and charm tho ear, and gratify the taste. There were tern des nfUme with red srinds'.one, entered tlint were guarded by by pillars bewildering with hieroglyphics, seipcnts, nnd wound with braxe-and adorneil with winged creatures their eyes and beaks, and pinions pIltterlnR with precious stones. There ere marble columns blooming into white floverbuds; there were stone pillars, at the top bursting Into tha shape of tha lotus when in full bloom. A'ong tho avenues, lined with sphinx, and fane, and obelisk, there wero princes who came In gorgeously upholstered palanquin, carried by servants In scarlet, or elsewhere drawn by e horses, golden vehicles, tho Mtted, and six abreast, dashing nt full run. Thore were fountains from vases cllrubluj tha ladder of tho light. You would hear a bolt above, and a door of brass would ojen like a fl.h of the sun. The surrounding gardens wero saturated with odor that mounted the torrace and the drlj pod from aibor, and burned their Incenso In the Kgyp-tla- n On floor noon. of mosaic the glories of Tharaoh were pollen I out In letters of porphyry and Iwryl and flame. Theie wero ornaments twisted from the wood of tho tamarisk, embossed with silver breaking Into foam. Thero were footstool mid out of a ft.Jtlo precious stone. There were bods fashioned out of a crouch-e- d lloi In bronze. There wero chairs spotted with the sleek hide of leopards. There were tofas footed with the cnws of wild beatts and armed with tha beaks of birds. A you stand on the level Lncu of the sea on a summer day, and look either way, and there are miles of breakers, whttowtth tLe ocean foam, riaibtng shoreward, so It seemed as If the sea of the world's pomp and wealth In the Kgvptlan capital for miles ant miles flung itself up Into white breaker of marble temple, mausoleum and obelisk. This was tho place where Joseph, tho shepherd boy, was called to stand next to Tharaoh In honor. What a contrast between llila scene and hli humble starting, enl the pit Into which his brothers throw him I Vet he was not forgetful of hi early homo; he was not ashamed of where he tamo from. The Bishop of Mentr, from a wheelrlght, covered his house with spokes and hammers, and wheels; and tho King of Sicily, la honor of h' father, who was n potter, refused to drink out of any thing but an earthen veseL So Joseph was not ntb.med of his early surroundings, or of his father, or of his brothers. When they citne up from tho famlnestrlcken land to get corn from the King's corn-criJoseph, Instead of chiding them for the WAy they had maltreated and abused him, sont them back with wagon which 1'haraoh furnished, laden with corn; and old Jacob, the father, In the very same wag- n;, wa3 brought back tbat Joseph, tho ton, might Mm and glvo him a comfortable homo all lh rest of his dar. Utt, I bear tha a? on it, ;re K.imiwgAn. mrl nf J- t ir jrit i U gale-vwiy- ft snow-whitstone-wreathold-timb ob, tfarlr father, revived. And Israel said: It Is enoughs J"eph. my son, isyei alive." Dr. Talmage ald: JOiO Rer. T. II Wilt Talmw,D. D, P'"11Ust8i.ii.Uyon "Our lJeprtctl BtlllLU-- . t..-- . Ills irt was - iiencsm xm. which .vim ..i.. llll lie - ftu- tha vapori spirit of carry Mm, tho .... , had sent to many changes of raiment. VT are apt to think of the field nnd the erchards .as feeding us; but who make th flax grow for the linen, and tho wheat f the bread, nnd the wool on tno sheep's Uckr Oh, I wish we could see through fiery grain under the tree field, by every sheep-folof ever orchard, tho Klng'i wagons. They drive up three time a day morning, noon and night They bring fri from the arctic, they bring frulti from tho tropic, they bring bread from tte temper-at- o xone. The King look out, asd he says: lllon of Thero nro twelve hundred people to be fed and clothed. So many pounds of meat, so many barrel of flour, so many yards of cloth and lines and flannel, so many hats, so many socks, so ninny shoes;" enough for all, save that wo who nro greedy get more shoes than tolong to us, ad other go binfootod, 2?one but a God rould feed and clothe the world. 24 one tut a Klng'f corn-cricould appease th world' famine. None but a King could tell how many wagons to nend, and hov heavily to load them, and wiion they arsta start. They nro coming over the froiei ground Do you not hear their nmbllng? They will stop nt noon at yountiWe. Oh, If for a little, while thoy sWd cease hunger would come Into the nations, as to Vtlca when Hamllcar besieged It, and as In Jcrusnlem when Vespasian sirrounded ) It; and the nations would be and fall upon each other In unlvffial cannibalism, and skeleton would dep upon skeleton, and there would lie to one to t"iry tho dead, nnd tho earth wubl le a field of bleached skeletons, nnd tho birds of prjy would fall dead, flock a ter flock, without any carcnsseatoihijwkxand.the earth In silence" "would whee'around one great black hearse AH 11 stopped n us the KlncN wa.ons 'e stepped! Oh. thank God for bread I forhreadl I remember aealn tat, like those tbat King's palace, came from the Egyp-'Iathe King's wagons bring us good new. Jacob had not hoard from his boy for a great many ytnr He never thought of There was In Mm but with a henrt-aehJacob' henrt a room where lay thocorpso of Ms ualtrlcJ Joseph, and when tha King' wagons and wagons ofme-t- be told hinaAhat Joseph was yet alive he fainted 'Jfnd away, flood news for Jacob I Good nws for us! The King' wagons como dVn an I toll us that our Joseph-Jesu- s I yet alive; that Ho has forgiven us becauo we throw Htm Into tho pit of suffering and the dungeon of shame. He has risen from thence to stand la a palace ThVBethl'inen shepherdi were awakened' at midnight by the rattlln? of tho wagons that brought the tidings. Our Joseph-Jesu- s sends us a message of pardon, of life, of Heaven; corn for our hunger, raiment for our nakedneu. Joseph-Jesu- s Is yet alive! I go to the vil1 go to hunt up Jesus. lage of Ilethany, and say: "Where does Mary liver" Tbey say: ''Vonder Mary lives." I go In. I see where sho sat In I go out where Martha the sitting-rooworked In tho kitchen, but I find no and I find I go Into Filate's court-rootho judge and the polices and the prisoner's box, but no Jesus. I go Into the cemetery; but the door Is gone and the shroud Is gone and Jesu Is gone, I) y faith I look uptotheKlng' palaco; and, behold, I have found Him! Joseph- Jesus Is still allre! Glorious religion a religion nad not out of death's heads, j, and undertaker's screwand driver, but one bounding with Ufa, and yet sympathy, and gladness. Joseph alive! 'I fcnow that my Kedeeraer lives. toncfcr. comtort this sweet sentence gives! b holowr-eye1 be-en of my discourse I will show you w hat the wagons bring and what they take back. In tho first place, like those that rarao from the Egyptian palace, the King wagons now bring us corn an4 meat, and communication with as, bis wagons coming and going perpetually, anl In the rest lleneath thy skies, Noremher, Thy skies of wind and rain. Around our biasing camp-nre- s We ctoso our ranks again." t'p Tltfdr Or.aulratlon. Cluha follow-countrym- slave-holdin- cold-bloode- d Jeu. cioii-bonc- 1 What He lire?. He lites, Who once was dead, He lives, tnyeTerllviDg; Head! SAVE An Oculist THE EYE-SIGH- te "He lfrs to grant mo daily breath. He lives, and I sba!! cEO,ur dea h. He Dres my msasloa to prepare. H i t - ft Ate & rsr uihHg -- mutf ofT. .v vni Mia,, in Isi'fc'Moh to In ter Joseph, with a chain of gold ofbnnd his neck, and on his hand arlnr given by Pharaoh to blm, so that any time he want-e- l to stamp tho royal ?al upon a document he could do sa Wagon after wayon roll on down from the palace laden with corn, and meat, and changes of raiment, and every thing that could help a famine-struc- k people. Onodiyl see aged Jacob seatel la front of his houso. He li thinking of his abicntboys (sons, however old they get, are never to a father any more than boys); and while ho Is ieaiel thsro he ee dust arising, and be I ears wagons tumbling, and ho wonders what Is coming now, for tho whole bin I hal ben smitten with tho famine, anil was in st ence. Bat aftr a while ths h aeons have come near enough, and he Mcs hi sons en tho wagons, and before they come rpilte up they "Joseph Is ) t alivo!" The old man faints dead nwy, ! do not wonder at It. Tho boys tell the story how that tho boy, the JiMi, hm gul lob Urn firt man la Hiy Egyptian palaco. While they unloaded the wagons, tho wan and wasted the neighborhood comeup and nk for a handful of corn, and they are long-ulv- f ' H. i rr M.t'.sflfd. One day the wagons are brought up, for Ja"ob, the old father, Is about to go to sea Jo eph in tho Egyptian palaco. You know It Is not u very easy thing to transplant an old tree, and Jacob han hard work to get a ny from the place where ho has lived so hug Held Is good-by- e to the old place, and leaves his blessing with the nlRh3 b rs, and then his sons steady him, while he. determined to help himself, gets into the wagon, stiff, old und decrepit. Von-l- r tbey go, Jacob and bis sons, and their a Ives, and their children, eighty-tw- o in all, followed by herds nnd florks, which -. thehtrdrnAn ririronlnnTtiVfiiAvntn-o- ut famine to luxuriant", they are jroingfrom a plain country home to the finest palace under tho sun, Jcntpli, tU IMrae UlnUter, get In hit chariot and d ves down to meet the old man. Joieph'a charlcteer holds up the horao? on the one aide; the wagons of the atop on (he other, Joreph, Instead rf waiting for V. fnther to come, leaps out uf the chariot and Jumps Into the wagon, throw bis arms around heold man, nnd weeps aloud for past mmorles and preieut Joy. The father, .'ftDvli, can hardly think it li his boy. Why, the smooth brow of childhood has becomo ii wrinkled brow wrinkled with the care of slate, and the garb of the shrpherd-o- y I a .become a robe of royally bedizened! But as the old man finds out It is hi actually Joseph, I see the thin lip quiver against the toothlesi gum as he cries out: ' Now let me die, since lhaveseentbyface; behold Joseph Is yet alive!" Tho wagons mil up In front of the palace. Help out the grandchildren, and take them In out of the hot Egyptian tun. Help old Jacob ut of the wagon. Bend word to Phaiaoh (bat tho old shepherd has come. In tho t e royal apartment Tharuob and meet dignity .'acob rustic-it- y and -- Hie gracefulnoss of the Court sud plain manners of the field, The King wanting to msketheotd rountrymau at eie, and soring how white hli beard Is, and how feeble his step, looki familiarly Into bit face and says to the agd muui "How old art thour" Give the ol man a seat. Unload tho wagon drive out tho rattle toward tho pasture of Uothen. Lot the slaves in scarlet kneel and wash tho feet of the newly arrived, wiping them on the finest linen of the palace. From vncs of perfume let the nowly arrived be prlnkled nnd refreshed; Ut mtnstuds come In with snndal of citiutou nnd thruru the harpi and clap the cymbals nnd jlngtu the tambourines, wbito we sit djwii, at this distance of tiinu and pin', ftfi'l leant th Icskuii of tli I.'hij'h dust-covereml-froend-irml1 frm giit WligOllV My friends, we fiulii-tiuc- are In it wurl I by n buttheKIuif U Its constant if -' The Kind's wagons will after awhllo unload, and they will turn around, and they will go back to tho palace, and I really think that you and I will go with them. The King will not leave us In this famine-strucworld. The King has or dered that we be lifted Into the wagon and that wo go over Into Goshen, where there shall be paiturage for our largest flock of joy, and then we will drive up to tho palace, where th re are glories awaiting u which will molt nit the snow of Egyptian marble Into forgetfulneos. I think that the King's wagons will tnke us up to see our lost friends. Jacob's chief anticipation wa not seeing tho Nile, nor of seeing the long colonnades of architectural beauty, nor of seeing the throne-rooThere was a focus to all bis to alt his anticipations; and that was Joseph. Well, my friends, 1 do not think Heaven would be worth much If our brother Jesus was not there. If there wero two heavens, the one with all tie pomp and patnpueitialtaof -- vUniuil-OMaiili- y, but no Christ, and the other wero a plain heaven, humbly thatched, with a lieve! In reading the book or paper should be fovvdaltles In th yard, and Chrht were held at a distance of from ten to xirtcen the King' there, I would say: inches from tho oyes. The reader's posl wagons take me up to the old tlon should bo such that the light may fall on the book and not on the eyes. The If Jesus were not In Heaven.thore would light Itself should bo sufficient. Nothing be no music there; there would be Ut Is ao Injurious to the eyes as poor light Ir, there; they would be off looking reading. CMrao TrUtune, -, for tho lost Chrht, crying through the .i unrrerie 'Where Is Jesus? Where Is True and Interesting. And after they had found Him worthy of remark that It Is a with lovijij violence they would take Him throughout fact whole animal creation, In the and rear Him through the gaU;anlit every country and cllmo of the earth, the would be the createst day known In Heavmost useful animals rat vogetablo food en within the memory of the oldest Inhab- The all powerful elephant, and tho patient, itant. Jeius never went off from untiring camel, In thn torrid zone; the but once and de was so badly treated on horse, the ox, or the donkey, In tho temthat excursion they will never let Him go perate; and tho reindeer In thn frigid lone, obtain all their muscular power from tno vegOh, the Joy of meeting our brother, nature' simplest production Hut all the JospWesus! After we hnvo talked etable kingdom. nbuut biiu for ten, or fifty, or seventy animals keep the rest of tho animated Crothm, Th!r dread at: on in year, to talk with Hlai and to clatp hands own flch constant for otherofanimals to eat, Is with tho hero of the ages;iot crouching having bon unfit made out of flesh, and Is lUolf as underlings In his presence, but, ns most foul and offensive. Great strength, Jacob and Joicph, lug each ether. We fleetnean of foot, usefulness, cleanliness ad-- . will want some new term by nnddocltlty, nro characteristic ot vegetadiess lllm. On earth we call Him Bavlour, ble calcr, A'. 1. ledger, or llrdeeiner, or friend; but when we Fnulrn Ilobbs Vrerept. throw our arms around Him In everlasting Vo never thoroughly know a man until embrace, wo will want some new name of endearment. lean think of what we! shall we bear him lauuh. Despair is tho gateway to Insanity. do thnigh tha long age of eternity, but Argument pull u wise man down to what wo shall do the first mlnuUlcannot tho level of will a fool, but it never raUos a guess. In tho flrt flash of lln counte-nancfed up to tho piano of a wise mam In the ilrst rush of our emotions, Fame, liko lightning, generally strikes what wu shall do I can not Imagine! Oh, tho man who is not expecting 1L the overwhelming glory of tho first Islxty Originality Is tho faculty of adapting an seconds In Heaven ! Methlnks wo will just old Idea to u new occasion. stand nnd look and look und look. When a mun ventures an opinion ho will Tho Kirg's wagens took Jacob up to seo find oto one who opposes It Henco a a man without bis lost boy, and so I really think that tho nun without opposition King's wagons will takous uptoseeour opinions. CWUu. y lost kindred. How Ions Is It since Joieph Oxi! man I sometimes afraid to pralsq went out of your household How jnnnr accomplish-meu- t years is it now last Christmas or tot 14th another, lest by exalting tho of that other, ho should seem to deof next month. It was a dark night when preciate his own. Hut, lu truth, It Is hrfdlel, and a stormy day It was at tho often nv ro pralsowortby In us to praise burial; nnd tho clouds wept with you, and nothcr worthily than It would be for us the winds mooned for the dead. The! ell to havo done tho very thing which Is deat Gi eenwood's gate rang on?y a few mo- serving of praise In that other, To praise ment, but your heart has been tolling worthily ono of the best way of bolnj ever since. Vou havo been under a praiseworthy. S. &. 1im$, - 9 11 like Jacob of old. Vou It requires a large measure of tho rrace have thought wa that Jrseph to refrain from punishing dead. You put his name Arst In tho of bl th record of tho family Bible, and then nuo who ha Injured us, when such punishment I easily within our power. To you put Urn thedeathrecordof tho family hold a stono and not to throw It, to possess Bible, and you have beundecelvod, Joseph It, to be able Isyetndve, He Is moio alive than you a sword nund not to useand not to utter to speak stinging word are. Of all tho sixteen thousand millions It this reveals the spirit of lllm who, of children that statisticians say have gone 'when Ho wn reviled, reviled not again.1 into the future woild there Is not one of Unitid PttthyterUiii. m thorn dead, mid the KInc' wagon will Ilicwasa wis) man who said: "(Jod take you up to 10 them. You oftcn'thluk keep mo from all manner of assumption of how gta I you will be to tea theiu.$Il-vo yout-ve- i ihought, my bi other, myUUr, superiority " Hut some people seem to nave been born brintllngallovcr with that how gludihty will Ih to 'Jacob spirit They have to loam by painful ex souyourj whs WJiimie glad lo SM Juep1ithanJofpb pTiCiire that men wltl rct'ognlie genuine was IokiJhw.U Kn.ry tluia the dooi superloilty, but will equally robulic the upeus Wy look to ir if t (s you ouullug lu. assumption of lLfartdd;4. n- w lUvn w Jci h, th ! kr..-'- H Mm " K v thdl m U- k i Next to sunlight tho Incandescent light gives tho boit illumination for read ng; and all notions of the Injurious effect on tho eyosof the electric light areerroneous. The vast majority of iwople who wear glassoa can seo well without thorn. They uso them to avoid a constant strain on the eyes. Tho act of focalUatlon Ls a muscular ono and uses up nervous energy. The overslghtcd eye, lu which tho focus comes behind tho retina, has to perform this muscular act, continually, Tha rosults aro headaches. Irritability and nausea. The only remedy In such case Is to wear glasses. Tho ncarslghted child should wear spAo tacles, because they are the best prevent lveugalnst Incroasts of and also because ho loses a great part of his education In not being able to ace more than a few foot away. For the eyes In a healthy state thero Is but ono sjfe wash Pure cold water When Ihu eye! Id a arc Inflamed tho best lotion Is a woak solution of salt and water. Never apply poultices to the eyes or ue without the advice of a physician. At tho first symptoms of ncarslghted. ncs spectacles should be worn. There Is a great deal of popular prejudice against spectacles, but thero are two good reasons why they should be worn, and only two, OboUtli.il wo tea better, -- si the- otter that the etraln on tho eyes may be re"eye-water- '1 It May IU Don. TrIU Carelris l'ersons How ,jt fnrm-hoube- ." I,.- flesh-cutln- wMo hi e, Urtc-allrc- c 1 -- anarchy of tho reconstruction period, tyranny and Inhumanity. Tho times hnvo changed; but the but it can not bo done except nt tho Irrepressible conflict" has now as- expense of tho wholo country. The sumed a now form. Tho tyrants of to- next four years willscurcely pass withday aro tho chartered monopolists who out such economic convulsions in tho nro upheld by our prosent tariff laws.1 Northern States as tho strike of 1877, toi nnd dcmairomicrv of tho Ho-Thoy aro less in proportion than wero jf V..l..1 1...... mk; i of the Soutrt: TIT tho AiuiiuitAt mmiitiii iiutv equally unscrupulous as to tho jj&do this almost inevitable. Kvory menns which they uso to pcrpotuato pidory operative, ovory day laborer tho period of tholr own domination. Jin tho Industrial State, has a valid They aro as regardless of tho princi- moral claim on tho Harrison Adminisples of political economy und of Hbcrft tration for tho fulfillment of every ns wero tho "slavo barons1' of tie promise made In the campaign. The South. They Ignore with equal Indif- 1.000,000 mon now tdlo under tho trust ference tho wisdom of their own erly system havo a right to Insist on Immestatesmen. Jefferson denounced tho diate employment nt tho wages of from tystcm; Clay urged emancipation nnd f 2 to $5 a day shown In all tho Repubnearly carried It through tho Irgls-lulur- u lican tables of statistics; arid as they of hU oit State, but thosofwho have he-?-n told ten thousand times over ftworo by Jefferson nnd Clay fogot that every other class In tho commutheir words when they saw fit to.trgo nity exists nnd should submit to distho porpotulty of what tho fathers of crimination for their bo no lit and In our country hoped would bo trandent their favor, they would bo moro or rather than permanent. In exactly less than human If thoy did not to apply their political educatho sumo spirit, nnd with equal tion to their practical affairs. tho "tariff barons" of Tho financial nud businoss condiforget tho principles that Clay and (ireoley ndvocated, nnd seek to per- tions of tho country nro unnatural and Its labor Is justly d scon-tepetuate what tho authors of modern unsound. I od. nnd Its discontent has been protection believed and oxpecUd would bo temporary. Hy unscrupuIncreased by reckless nnd shameless lous efforts, nnd by prodigal expend- demagogy. Its agriculture Is deiture of money, aided by old prejudice pressed. Its wealth Is centralized, ngalnst tho South nnd England, they and Is being1 still further centralized havo aehloved a victory at tho polls; ovory day. Such conditions demand tho careful not by ,tho votes of tho laborers who work for thorn nnd know them, but by conservatism of tho patriotic statestho votes of tho farmers, who, as man. If instead of this we havo the usual, pay most of tho taxes, and get methods of Hlalno nud Ilaymond, of Koraker and Tuttle, tho wind tho Holess than nothing out of them. Hut In this victory thoy have not laid publlcan party has sown will m reaped tho spirit of reform. It will not down In tho whirlwind of disorganized social at their bidding Kven while thoy conditions, au enduring sectionalism, won their victory, they wero sowing and a flnncelal collnpo that will They touch tho pockets of thoso who have tho mkkIs of future retribution havo awakened a eplrlt of Inquiry neither hearts nor consciences to bo which will continue to work. They touched. o'f. Louis TfrwWie. have mado men observant of their NOTES OF THE DAY. means and plans. They havo failed to frighten their own workmen with their r Mr. Harrison, it is said, doe threats nnd predictions; nnd tho next not Intend to bo overshadowed by anytlmo they will have oven less effect. body, i What a Cabinet ho will havo if Tariff-reforclub should keep up Chicago Htrtthl. their organization. They should lose this Isiruo. Is organized Tho tariff of y no opportunity of maintaining their principles. They have learned In tho roftVry; U Is slavery legalized. With mocrntlo party In at tho past campaign what argument ImttrUWS counted most on cither side. They ctorM war, and, in possession of tho know what to urgo nnd what to refute. uovernmont or in opposition, it will They Khould keep tho insuca steadily talk' and work and vote, LouUvilU beforo tho public. It Is not truo that CouitrJoumal. Senator For well, of Illinois, detho public Is so wcavy of tho tariff question as to wish It laid aside. On clare for activity as a Republican tho contrary, slnco tho election, men worker as tho test of fitness for office who In tho excitement of tho con- under a Hopubllcan Administration. test looked nt every thin from u party This is tho real Chicago platform, nnd stand-poin- t, nro now willing to In- tho wholo party will unite on it vestigate moro fully nnd moro SL Lauis llcpubtic. One of tho most profitable lesfairly tho great economic principles thnt underlie all sound legislation sons of tho campaign will bo lost if upon financial matters. Those who men's attention Is not .given U the aro Interested In public libraries nnd mischief which arlncs from tho conreading-room- s should seo that thoy junction, In point of tlmo, of municipal nro supplied with tho best litoraturo with general cloetlons a mischief very sharply craphnslzcd this year. on tho tariff question; particularly V. .) Commercial Advertiser, that which Is strictly It is said that P. T. Harnum is They should endeavor to discuss tho questions involved in tno papers to bo mado Secretary of the Interior. which reach tho farming communiIt would undoubtedly bo a good thing ties, where, as tho past election clear- to tako him Into tho Cablnot in some ly shows, thoro Is most need of light capacity or other. His cxorlenco as In Iwn yffam thorn will bo a Con- a showman and tho owner of Jumbo gressional election. Thero will bo no would be of great torvlco tonn AdminI'resldcntia1 contest then to awaken istration which will havo tho Hlalno Tho olephnnt to handle. Chicago IkraliU tho enthusiasm of light will havo to bo mado In tho sev"I am told that without tho tariff eral Congressional districts, nud It lssuo In tho last campaign we should will bo comparatively easy to concen- havo carried tho countiy 'Hint may trate effort and to carry tho eloso dis- bo true, but tho time hid como when trict for reform. Meanwhile, let tho tho lssuo between tho two parlies had work of education go on. As euroly to bo mado and tho Democrat mado g conpclcnco of tho It I don't regret it It Is bettor to ns tho Nation at lust nwoke to the evils and bo dofoatctl battling for an honest tho perils of 8lavcry, so surely will tho principle than to win by a cowardly people at length nwako to tho follies, subterfuge." Q rover CtevetamU absurdities nnd mnntfold abiibes of the "If thero will bo 'moro than forty protective system, and wlpo It away, thousand Democrats la ofllco on th Chicago Globe 1th of March next,' about which I J m ii .i hi know nothing, thoy should all bo reTHE PRESIDENT PAID IT. moval before th gnl"g down of tho X I.lttU Child' Apprsl ItPMrhr is Tend.! sun on that day, and moro thnn forty und OrnrrtitM tlrnrt. Republicans appointed In President Cleveland's kindness of thousund heart for tho young Is seen In tho tory their stead. What thcattiluducf the Administration will bo 1 havo neither that Is told hero. Thero is u llttloglrl opinion J. nor Information. In IKaooklyn who had the mi fortune Jg?lh,,in .V. K Jiutejxtutent. US 9 Coinpan to get Into debt to tho You (A uinoinnuu iimu augguHu unit ion, Sho had a lenient creditor, however, and, though she htul not paid her Mr, Harrison form his Cabinet of tho MiWrlptlon for about two years, the sons bf Presidents, nnd mentions llurch-ar- d Companion was sent to her regularly HobcrtT. Lincoln, Fred Grant, Hayes, Harry Garfield and Allon and noeomplalnta mado. In tho ordinary courso of oillco business u list of Arthur for Cablnot oilleos. Tho list was placed In tho hands of should Include Mr. Harrison' own son, the paper's attorney, A very formal who is hhIcI to havo shown considerable circular win sont to tho little girl and financial ability In tho recent camtt frightened her qulto out of her wits. paign, and who might bo mado Secof tho Treasury. Chicago I'eople with much older heads havo retary been known to do very dosporato Ilerutd. things under similar circumstances, Republican Hypocrisy. but this child hont an appeal to tho U'ililam Walter Phelpa was asked President of tho United States. It was a straightforward, childish lottor. tho other day: "Hot flrmtr, In yonroililo-- , will tVs vicTho sincerity wont htrulght to tho tory wrench the Rppubllcjn In power" Piceldont'tt heart Sho wild bho hud "Four years, cert nly, and twenty-fou- r heard ho was kind to little girls, but if year if thoy adjust tho inequalities of th tarT, If ths Iw not donn I IhlnU Democratic sho had mado a mistake In writing to him. sho hoped ho wouldn't ho crojs. victory will follow In im" Can It ho that ono of tho foremost Sho may bo he wlfo of n future President," snla Mr. Clevelund, smil- Hcpulllcans In tho country confesses ing at tho little girl's letter. Inclosing thnt the present tariff ayntum is a note In a letter ho sent it Tho Hopubllcan party has boon to tho publisher in Uoton. with iv Is no need tho remainder (for tho bill telling the people that thoro working-mun'arthat of tariff reform and that tho was loss than that) bo put down to the happy, prosperous und little girl's credit for ftiiuro subscriptions, lie also wroto tho child 11 very Nov hero comes Mr, Phelps with pretty Uttlo note, tolling her that it tho opinion that toformatlon Is needed wiM a pleasure to him to relievo her and that unless the Irregularities of distress. Motion Lztt-r- . tho present sybtem nto adjusted tho Tho number of farm mortgages ItepnMlcanH will suffer defeat In 1892. In Indiana, Illinois, Iowa, Michigan If there ono Intelligent working-ma- n and Dakotu Is increasing. What In tho country who can uot eoo would the American farmer do with-ou- t that'the Hopubllcan patty has been his "'hhiio markeC1"- - .ouiuiltc play It? Iho liypocrltoF iiri'6rr ('ao Patriot slave-holders ..(. 11 pt (icon-slstenc- y. tp-d- n "Ono egg a weok will pay for the support of a hon," U tho way one A tBaVk rjm rARK TOAD authority oomputos it Tho rest li UiUBSsrsssssr pure profit Feeding corn to young stock promotes untimely fat nt tho 10 rod In tho animal' life when bono and growth should bo secured. nrono IT CONQUERS PAIN. Tho mountain ash Is a beautiful, XT CUBBO MILLIONS ornamental tree for lawns nnd a genRhsumttlim.NfiirttQll, Of lUUlesftoM eral farortto on account of Its clustors Ricluths, HssditM, And In Erery Oo of red berries. Tsothuht.Sprslns, A cam BfutMt, 4 c, Cooked cabbage, turnips or onions ThsCtisiAVoostirCa. Impart an offensive tasto nnd smell to At D 4UU tultrs. ilUaor, M4, milk or butter kept In tho same cupVorn-Cu- ra board with thetu. FOR DYSPEPQIA. Apples, like potatoes, should be A rotiTtv crss roa uroiotsrioa aid at thoroughly sorted nnd dried before 4 ! TfSVI Aflrttj TaMtfin. storing away. Tako all pains to pro- Yovt Vmjnt or lifnamJ Ji&T 3 fft YmtF CNire w if no drtaty tn trl, r U irU t vldo good drainage to that they will tiU ey maU c rrctn- ( A tit ts ftiurl 1100) w ft pi, SimpU pent on rrmrt ttf tri Mnp. keep dry all winter. A man on would wear rWCtUUtl a.Y3IUIRC0lsRlAitf.a1l. out nnd break down much sooner thnn If ho had been fed full rations. Tho same Is true of a milch cow or of a work nnlmnl. Thoro Is nothing gained by Itarloy What makes you so confistarvation diet It does not prolong dent tlmt your suit will bo sucecusfulf but shortens life. Jnrvls-Vh- y, you soo I not only havo White Indlnn Gems: Ono cup of Indian meal, ono tnblcspoonfulof Hour, an attachment fur Itcomuu'a daughter, ono teaspoouful of sugnr, ono teaspoon-fu- l but id mi on tho old man's property. baking powder. Sift theso Ingre- Seems to me 1 am well Used for a Any ttwnW rrHit In rendlD. Yee Blind wiiHilrHn' tnrttL dient together; add ono tmapoonful smooth couttshtp. - ilurlington n?Ahl Mllhnul Ul Yf. of melted butter, ono ogg, milk to mix . 1toUr unlike iirllflrlnl -. (lra aJarMnU ( rrvp4ra, soft nnd bake In hot tins or roll pans. Kv em hoot familiar w Uh Ayrr's Almanac llhrpi n r His m, A. IUmh..J. frotftwa. knows that it is luucb moro than smers th vrM rtm.l SvtHl In MlM P(im ! J. l, Hurat Home lb ra r hiklit for rp II, Cream should nAVor bo churn cm 1 vcbtcio nt advcrtl'lag thecmedicinalIjuwvII, llHfklvt, 'f , ft.dtr t in lHitn )r J c Aver rations IIUtr4 Ui, of JM4I.Ut b fast until It has thickened aomo, as It ls Mas. It I really ono of tbo most welcome J.al I. IU.J.mU. M Tt.ra rtit wtf i v. 1'r-- r. a. f.uiirrrru:ti 'irihAtM ,,W,M,U Hltoly to become frothy, especially lu I UUU 1UIUUIUI fUtllUMC. OHM tuts rri ittMHHt to acknowledge tho rocvlpt of a neatly nn wiero i muro miiK J bound proftCntAtton volume of tho Almanao ' cum V taken off with tho cream than In warm nr iy, rontataing copies in Kngusn ana othrr tamriya Ptfr weathor, whore open setting ls prac- hlufl )urapaletftfu eleven lo poclmentooguos OAKLAWN FARM. and additional ticed. If ono Is In a hurry tho best in air, twenty mo unjruugp. rrom me prefuco to this uiterrsting book, vru learn I 3,000 PERCHERON plnn Is to make hasto by churning that between thirteen and fourteen million slow nt first FRENCH COACH HORSES, altnans.es uro iasuM by tbi company au lMIIMiri'lk. Agriculture, minus stock raising, nually. consumiutf about twenty ttv tuue STOCK lX HASP) ndy can not bo prosperous. It Is as true. ofMij-- udvvrUMt); Nuu'ly. wr.b all inland ufcabu other it r aUo, thnt the amount of real not profit In nny ono not ti Mn'w tho Uink wants tlu4ra wt1irt tiitftr li It depends upon tho quality ot tho ani- of Acer's Har8i.ii U nud otoer staiuUrl (rthuli i(MI I ttlOltrKI remedies. Ayvvs Ainumif fur IvU,lnlt llimi)iirut ufiisiMHatuU mals nnd the Intelligence with which Usuul attractive fnu, now ready at tbo tf ItrUllAAl, the lu j4 armmji 4 aifV they nro bred, fed nnd sheltered. If drugstore -- Suwimi Trtfruris, IUniI ifitallfy, Vtirr firaiittle tho farmer would bo prosperous ho Trrmi !Uy. Iin( IluynUhout iic Tim man wbota eyes aro ttlda open In bif ttt OrMlMt mitt JSimi ureeafttl must bo a Ktockralcr; further, ho seeing the fault of other, and scarcely I'JilahlUhnkriil nf AmrrlrA must be a wldo awake, studious stock-raise- r. open at nil U seeing hi own faults. Is mistakes ono la H. w. Dunham. Wayne, Illinois. VcUm tfoHinan, tarysure ti commit of ether It will cost but little to keep tho sur- nut correctly jod).-- ng judHns; of and tho face of tho ground around young trees other lu not 04rrctiy be a aort of h.iusalf (Still KImk.S arlrV tfuch a min Is apt to nuiasnco lIi.lI rt . ...... woll sprinkled with fine lime Many Y X n vciy ltV4 iu muivu 1.5 Z5STCS. inHH.'t will avoid tho lime, and on ffMlIftJfllL - If S. I. MUl h..MMI b- - a. some soils tho Hnio will prove benefiTnc revival. st ay that men have no cial. An excellent mixture for such faith. Wondtr dt he evur a man bd w --rfrtjJku fi purpose U two parts of wood nhes9 lato a aure p lot W fhV itUA V u -- ' ai r one part lime, and ono pnrtconro salt u msrrv for the Tits qirl who U4M1 r.f Only a small quantity need bo used at aako of a uat U uu if UeLy to 1 bo check mated. Mntht 7m.r each application. tk niMirr Dolled Currant Pudding: Tako a Cmh'I Mlth. Men l m r . '' t5ia Among Omm are wiioissHn ?" cup of chopied suet, cut from near the "li eyeball, n furr tmne, nsnw. pft"' a cup amithe rt (This hie, M K l head-hkidneys, half a cup of mohw-o- s, In andifistt and a half of milk In which a teaspoon TUey uni'Uaiily utduate hver . w .w tm for bb Huetetler btia-- h of sotla has boon dissolved, thrvo oups Jtion. r.ki iU IIO,.tnla,Mili Ibttern Is a awporia'tvely tloe rrtnedr l'o l)lt i..Vlt..fiii'-of flour, a Uttlo salt, ono tonioon of a promptly a&d at aS1iB t t mr Intervals Malarui cinnamon, half n teaspoon of cloves, mwplsInU, ayvprtMia, rseumauim. dbwity ail truuUV with tb" Ltdaeys, are niso rtm two oups of currants. Stir all those PACIFIC. died by it Ingredients together thoroughly. Pour LOW PRICE RAILROAD LANDS Doroce nihrnrreaks aro HarrcKl out ot them Into n thorougly buttered pud- single skull ruows. 7 .Sh;, FREE Government LANDS. ding mould or Joans bag and boll for ' v a &1 Dift IUVrr' Nfi"BlM C.m IJirr Oil thrvo hours. Servo with a hnrd sauce. tt-1 half-ratio- What wVman Might Do. Women could do a great doal to top tho habit of smklng. Thoy oncourog gentlemen smoko In tholr houses and ojcclaro thnt Instead of tobacco tinoko being objectionable thoy lljo thn fragrance of a Mtn smoke qulto enough nlco cigarwhen thoy without being encouraged to do sb whon they tiro spending tho ovenlmi In tho society of any of A great many women, tholr friends. also, nro learnlr.g to smoko cigarettes, and nomo men inntntnln that thoy liko to seo them do o. About ono hundred years ago womch used to smoko pipes, but they had bettor balanced brains than tho woman of They had no tlmo or flirting or for lazy luxury, nnd did not till tho mind with lovesick If ono stories. could visit a clgaretto or cigar factory and watch how they aro rolled, I don't think thoy would Iw to ready to placo them between their lips nnd Inhale "tho A. F. Mail smoke. - sTJACOBSOl REMEDY- PAlN Diamond 1 MARVELOUS MEMORY DISCOVERY. fs (.!, rr,li..il... !!. Att, W M. W. DTJNHAKTS ty J r WiW& uiMU-h- 1 to Ilrllr "... - 1 bk .U&x m mm .4r'' !, e ; ORTERN . -- 0 41 h -- A". F. Tribune. When calves are given a grain n during tho fall thoy will eat less Co., PnOadelpfctu " t coarsa and bulky food. Sheaf oats, cut trocee-llDA golnr iX-k- " rFuiGaiTrn PL rCTfilCITYf up, will bo found well adapted for in 3 s;. them, as they will eat tho chaff and A Goecm, O01 a, r &Hsti THhoar J.h. r 'I' "a iai-- i t.yfiffti !! 3li7.9 etruw with tho grain, and all wltl bo not be nefstwwd llMtv Ilao.siiiu I iirr. t ' VmUvt.f i.wiij umifi. urn Mum lUlff raised and remattcated, which will TaoottMrelief a ilmpfea reeaedv, and .v. I rv 3.'iJIJ t - mm nnttif. utiia rtihi II aau ' it b i vi v ' f'li I itaiu buuua 't Trt r IV a promoto digestion. A Uttlo tdiolled pruuijH. ii ttu am, !') A wiTtitniD biUrpup Is butter Pit) corn may bo nddod with advantngo, As rms rUtt.i h meal bo faded ftouer. and If a handful of Uneed-ol- l k v.f A kotit, uu. asnla a iw.titnt Uat.c's Honey efrnrehesind nndTuroirt given daily It will serve to provont uu 4 ) rmjm i- m and brvstcl.tia constipation, and promoto thrift A Cosjeb ToosbArbe P 01 mIh) luouo imnuUj t lake's Cure wiM'mim Ely's Croam Balm calf that Is In good condition when cold BWtJTilirtMK IS nC3TH $1000 TO nr A social prvrb-ma- n weather sets In can bo kept growing iroposes, bat Vfoman umsirt JS?. all through tho winter. Man, Womaa or GhlU OKri'KUT Medlclnnni, anelnnatt, enrns urtffr-w-i DISEASES OF POULTRY. tunc nerve, ILruntdUeasev Keadfor book. s g robere and cure Vrn a sutnptifHi. ita ami geseral weakn tboii any itHnvn rcoHMiy. JtH C ltakri A Has ikme mora t wtfftk lisr aht SEHO FO.t I. - fm i OCST IRtC. A4 PM1C; D IIUnnQU tanrlCommUflonar. wimw. ui wnnuuun, BT. PAUL MINN. w ai ta; rrt-tta- .r 1 torn !?., lalS JS-- li. K' r- i t7 t w tii "m, I by Taking l'rtrnt Their Apirnr FiihU. ut Your -- -- ofiice-holdcr- s. slow-movin- in Poultry a woll as other stock aro THE MARKETS. NEWEST HH&T tot CRAZE! or less subject to disease, and a lh4mt GREGORY'S j.Vi'rT disease with stock of any kind Is difftarn nwMiu In Dee IL ClfrciKVATt. ! n thane bf icult to euro notwithstanding tho largo M cttO lifl LuKCnj I ,"c f v iiiferittMHii C1voef Imtchrrs .IK oa is oULI I AiiiLI'i number of Infallible rocolpts warranted 1IOOH (binii.oi s rt . . it. ns a specific for tho different diseases, roiiTU.in it iru tUl parkeric eatre.. ... 6 6 to im; (iii.miiii.iirrvi a . r t i f aitm wtt4 n tt(ll BHKr.l'-Oo- oil t'r 1M H ovory poultryman who has had any exHiKT .. . 4 M H &" Tttrl. ni.-- I II AM MflKI.OOlt V. rra."rti rfn-fU. 4 W C 4 W) If disease rU)tntKmi.y perience understands that lirmltn, ,M at, - IT IP 21 1 a, V. t red 14 BXCIIINU Tkia AX TMB TAw--1IIIIH- iaH I I Kimi Tit gets onco started among hi poultry It No 3 M C M r amb rila i c W Corn No. t tried ls In a majority of casos very dlllleult Oats- No. 3 lb in urd. . to stamp out or euro. So far as possiu. U M N HAY-Irtu. ble tho best method of management I TO II A I VO Mfd ctnAcLeaf.... II (fO an t 10 WAQOH SCALES, to tako all reaonablo precautious to pnOVlHION'h-Tork-McHPO tvsoo .... iJiwd Iraf M. ..II ID till a keep In good health. This will bo found w Int- - 1'rtiw urim mi ! Dairy to be the caso during tho winter as well nUTTKn-Co- ie 0 30 T ii rniw tnCtMiee Crrantcrr I N w I nt !I during the summer. And It a AIM'J.KS I'riiae, pertW. as ' iM s U Mr tft-t- 0 & 40 mistake loauppoo that simply because TOTATOlir- t- IVr MiH. s'Kiv york: cool wonthor has net in the risks of ri.OUrt-StatearaxxsT urariai ry I Weatam... IX disease are about ovor until spring. A nitAlN-Wh- n.l (WU Ne,3red.... l I f4 we cure CATARRH I Olif No.1 ret damp floor, oxposuro, want of food or 41 SA 47 water, or falluro to provldo a good sup. ..... n rOKK-OtS 2ft Mfts l"" ply of wator regularly so that whon It LAKl N'r Wriurn tstaam r m uUiUNIlLU,ii AIR, rtra1ry' n I 4. mt J, mg tamcf ffr. t fyn i' Is supplied they drink too much, cracks I'lllCAUO. k FnLErr. In tho sides of tho houo allowing tho wlnUr 1M Cd7 t i ORAIS-Wh04 tt 01 V No. 3ml c " ani' iNuii k rU fnlliHir. ' n TntAU ") wind to blow directly upon tho fowls, o. x t itirip bpnag . I ot I JlAff MrtlhkfttlILltHUlt I ( ? rnuvnu ktkc riTiuru rncr .. O 3S and an oxcess of ono kind of food, are Korn No. t & 11 fRhJUKI ) to suit airi, iat4. III' only a few causes of disease among tho rOKK-M- ris Nn i UrtfllM IO a Wt IH M aMIBB H poultry during tho Inter, tlco do I.AltD Imrrl "f o KEn not usually thrive as well, yot moro or TLOtTU- - KatailrIUI.TIMOUK. ,. 3 CO Q1 Wi Ichh of them will bo found and will need ORAIK- Wheat. Sat in to, m !r Corn--- I lied f i'atkkt law mr.r. II i rr;in,T. attention. & an ed ... . L.idrM. w, t. rrrii;itAi.i, ArroHar MM... &I8 V) ,T l.AX, Kll V h irfl, U ASIIl.tUlUN, If thoy can bo watched sufficiently U ronic Mru LAIUI-Krrlut mi4 t la -- f im. .11 OT ttlOWLf ho thnt tho first appearance of disease CATTLB- - Kirst oostltT 9 HJVV V TOO will bo noticed nnd taken In hand nt iioas INtMANArOLIB. tho start, such remedies may bo tSa-rHighttt CaiA Pnce$ PaiJ. A GRAIK V.ea Air- ns will cure the elck fowls and MUNIS! AS&0H1M(flf. Corn tiirl Oats Mixed .nnUBT nrriinMi stamp out tho dlseaso before It vecuros H?$y3 Afi hfut rriti Currtit. I.OUWVIM.K. too strong a foothold. When tho fowls A.K. RUKKMARDT A CO, 118 ir, rrth t No. I .. 4 M B5f0 III ill Marit.l etrrC i IM IHMATI. tt. ft t 09 frtaml around and do not seem to enro GRAIN-WNa red... , Corn MUM la almost a whether they eat or not It Oats-M.. moro I Cr flood A tiRt'KKX tnaa la sa.d to walk reotdtCImiUy wltfc j I '' Apr TlU:n( mi afhriovtrlt ' V Mi d U W.mhi St X T. CATARRH. MVKHTOCIC-lUe-Comni0- Bll -.- . - ilf u GHAI.S'-tVhe- Kye-Nme SQNSSf pf5-TO- 1 . . Bli 30 eat 6at-Ml- xfrl I6 FLOUn-Vlrohl- eat 1 1 nt' . - Osls-Mlx- ncd . RAW FUR SKINS L r rj f b'tt . i flvc-doll- o d. -- 03 S:on Ait tilt TH I.AHD ntram kind U rtJ(itiHTau. Taitea rornt, DM km will oat or drink, even U It bo only a Uttlo, u much butttir opportunity Is afCURED OF 6I1TK HEADACHE forded for giving them medluluo. After IV. I. i:dwarda, lalmyra, ., st rlteat I liave hears vorn mvn Rrrat nrferer from thoy havo got to tho stage that thoy Nlrii liratlaebe, anil Ta UI1II4IJ Hon. Aral. will refuse to cat, tho only chnnco to hase trleU inanj nudlrlue. IiuS glvo them modtclno ls by force, so that It Is a decided advantage to commence Inini rnnltry. AUo I'llWiUt il.,Hw"i as BO')ii as possible u hen dlseaso maken Mt.tullIjC4tlna. WIlJI.V IIUOK.Kuri Its appoaraneo. In ordur to lessen tho rmxs TBiirAris. ; im r vdm. risks tho hotter plan Is to separate thr Nick fowls und put them In a dry, warn? la thounly otic (bat ifuvumu relief, I S0LDIERS,f!dl,',)1t.,J, l.awi f rA. aeta heller Chan A. n, H.COUSKA ftUlt,(i..U.nl,0,,A WtUUlM,Ub place hy thomRulvuH, nud lo&o no tlmt rin J tbai one Milkind, untl iloea nui llirceof any oltitrr In commencing to glvo thorn modlcino ncukeu or ?rliv.' l.let;aDlljr3 autfiir ryiuimi$tntfni eoaleU. Iloio ainull, rleof 'J eci.l. Cnrnf HombtiiIXO Hkw) PrndMi-tmA day or two will mako a considerables Nmi rllCCliindCO., atl.trM In IRKAI. K1MU(MI)KUY HOLD ISVinCYWIIKUK. difference In effecting a cure; It Is Im4a H. Cllnlun tlreet, CUirao. 111. MAlltlNi: Office, 44 Murray Stroot, Now York. iMlurAria. bM rM- -ii. portant not to dolay commencing to fAf f Uathi(tmktMriinM7WMlUtferitS glvo medicine or thoy may bo beyond a llso'a Remedy for Catarrh Is th VVMafiirtMcitiihwrit KiiawMi ci)f..l Rest, HAaleit to I m, artJ tlicape remedy. It Is qulto an Item too, in Ilia. IrfMrui. ASJiM., lam n lo.iuitM.HiUA iuii rirta mj giving them modlcino to hnvo them n0T nMkkttntfll4aiD4atMp,Arltti. tako It In their food and drink rather UnUC eirtl, horthinJ,rt(i thormifthljr Unghl nUrTtC than to forco It down thorn. Prevent br- -i utrcuUrifrt. am nroi Lit it, .!,. r. Also food for CiM In tha Read, H dlseaso If posslblo; but If It makes its Ueadacha,lIarloTar,Ao.U)teDU. AN.IC-- U 117 appcarauco commence with a remedy HRADUATiaiUNMfDCINEirw.tuirwa. when wiiiti.no to Auvi:iiTii:ita i'luamii us possible. American (Irinqti U mn U us toon atal Adttrfiacaimt U ItiU S.riU I0. S4ImI CiUf, r.kitlt,S. I. bl mi mis ruiA mm c. tM llutlctin. Tho following anecdoto is rolatcd of President Lincoln: Ono evonlnpr Lincoln swept, magnificently Mrs. drosftod, Into tho library whoro thn ISUHD HOIK STOCK FAIlH, Grono Iila, Wajii Cowtr, Jtkhljso. UsBSBJnS. President was waiting to escort hor AboottOOPtjra.bTfdanlmalionhand. rrifraonallfrmiiMr, Rorar ruarsoUtd Utrdira. targa raialrfun villi Htu.tr f iU bttml tt Vj tuall reception-parloInto tliu brilliant A4idiet ha VAOK 4 1 AliNttl , ltrult, UUb, Her dress hnd a very long train, nnd FRENCH COACH HORSES. was out low at tho neck. Lincoln wni dflAv standing with hla back to tho fire whon IWotlfiilly formM au). "Whowl" said old hU wifoentored. lions anil Mirta. u rrb action, tret Abo, What a long tall our cat bus toun'Ur h falronir of tLa French Out. night!1 Mrs. Lincoln mudo no answer, rnmtnt. for rata nnd the President continued: 'Say, ffu an4 htotf of Ilia traud addrris mother, don't yon think It would bo M bolter If some of our cal'v tall was .1 ?! fw l"F2? 4ist hFS' u round her neck?1 Detroit, BUb, .. riir- - ned Indl'-'wHr.r- that disoaao of some making a start Whilo thoy , POUK-M- ris ,. .,. -- .. . cSIu ttHtfci iailSTV fflvenan(l A-KBI- Tint's Pills l imfmrnim: , !" PERCHERON HORSES! f liv r. miAdpMl iiKflM-JrV-- l aaw;nrniJinMiBifflMiBB r " aaaaaaaaaaaaa aaaaaH 7 t ' fUIPWWlfftiigBa'lHWflytlMtf -- "-- .- -- , Mu.. . -- ''l'l . to tTiDTiwrzi HM flUli ijjicjr; ATiJAis jt- ''Mi M ' 77.;wr.;; tv'J .ir'intr.rr: "i1 :; :: MrHT -- 'vt, f. y T -- . t , I S , i . I tp ., f -- 6 p4ir J mnnWnnlMli " mmmmmmmmmmmmmmtmmmimm " ssssssbbsbbbssMBMB bssssssbsssVMbWsssssbbbb BSB " ( . ' " sTJACOBSOI t?1!lJw r 1) '"? f3 1 usr? Lfyiiwmr i mr t t r communication with us, bis wagons coming and going perpetually, anJ In the rest of my discourse I will show you w hat the take back. Tho Topdrtcd Havo Only Gono wagons bring and what they In the first place, tike thoittbat came Boforo, from the Egyptian palace, the King's wagons now bring us corn end meat, and Vs are apt to IValllnp; nnil Wntcliliisf'T lliflr !rlriiU many changes of raiment l)lfril ChtriKt- '- think of the fields and the ore hards .as tiiCmur-llcmri- iA Tltr lrftve A .soft feeding us but who male th flax grow lor Hip nfHfrrIurlirltt for the linen, and tho wheat for the bread, nnon. Tnlmnpt'i Oh, I and the wool on the- hcpva wish wo could fee through ttory grain field, by viy thcep-foIW. T. lMWHt Tanucr.I). L, V unJr the tree lait Sunday on Our Iparloil Stniiay of every orchard, the King's wagons. (iencslf 11(8 ng, text wai Imr. Thoy drlvo up three times pons which And when lio ww tho noon and night They bring fur from hml sent to cany him, tho spirit of the atctlc, thoy bring frultt from the JncoU their father, revived And Israel tropic, thoy bring broad from tte temper-at- o laid: It enouht Jcph, my ion, Uyet tone. The King looks out, and he sayst alive." Dr. Tn'maRO said: of or "There are twvlve hundred n lllone the focus Tho Hzyptian Capital peoplo to be fed nnd c'othed. So many tho world's wealth. In atilp nmlLargei pounds of moat, so many barrels of flour, there had been brought to it from India so many yards of cloth and lines nnd flanfianklncente and cinnamon, and Ivory and nel, so many hats, so many socks, so diamonds; fp in the Noith. inarblo and tunny aWa," tinOUgh ZCS a'l "v1 Iron; from thrift, purnle nnl ailki from that wo who aro greedy get more horses of the lireoce, some of the flne-.brilliant shoes than belong to us, ad others woiM aal gams pf th go barefooted. one but a Uod wuld fwd charlum, and fiimi all the earth that which tho world. None tut a KlngV t.uld lTt please tho eye and charm the and clothe could appease th world's corn-criear, and Rratify the tflilft There were famine None but n King could trll how tern .lea aflame with red aandilone. entered many hov heavily to y by that were guirdtJ by to load wagonsnnd nend, and aro to start. them, whon they pillars bu littering with hieroglyphics, ecrpents, They aro coming over the frozei ground and wound with brazen Do you not hear their rambling? and adorned with winged creatures Iheir eyer and beaks, and pinions They will stop at noon at yourjtible. Oh, gfaoitd cease flittering with precious stones. There If for n little while thoy blooming Into white hunger would come Into the natns, as to were marble columns flo'verbuds; there wero stone pillars, at Utlca when Hamllcnr besieged It, and as sirrounded the top bursting Into tho shapo of the lotus In Jerusalem when Vespislan holow-ovA ong tho avenues, It; nnd the nations would be when lu full bloom. canllaotl with sphinx, and fane, and obelisk, and fall upon each other In unWffsal wore princes who enrao In gorgeous nibalism, and skeleton would trop upon there ly upholstered palanquin, carried by ser skeleton, and there would be 10 one to fiurUtf , IU XtUr of vants In scarlet or elsewhere drawn by bury the dead, and the earth vculd be a The Former Is or theMln.t. tho vehicles, the horse golden field ot bleached skeletons, and the birds Thero Is perhaps no moro Infallible sign bitted, and alx abreast, dashing at full run. of prey would fall dead, flock ater flock, mistaking of fashion of Thnrn worn frmntnln from stone wreathed I without any carcasses tauaroiyt nnd.tbe for yul parity than the yot there Is perhaps good fliM kIIkiUii Ird nf ihn llcht. I earth In aIJence"vould whee'Tfound one no error breeding, and Tho undcr-brcmoro common. You would hear a bolt above, nnd n dworlffreat black hearse! All H stopped be. man always supposes himself to bo com of the nun. I causa the King's wagons s stopped I Oh, passing the Innermost mysteries of boln? of brass would oi en like a The surroundlnz cardens wero saturated I thank God for bread! forbreart I u gentleman when bo bus followed tho I remember aealn tiAt, bko those that latest whimsical fauclesof fashion. They with odors that mounted the terrace and came from tho Egyptian King's palace, have no Inner sense cf tho fitness of things, and aibors, drlj pod from the burned their Inconso In the Egyp- the King's wagons Lrlngus good nows. and aro forced to depend upon outer rules. On floors of mosaic the Jacob had not heird from his boy for a 1 hey can not be said to forget sinco thoy tian noon. glories of Pharaoh were spellod out In great many yrars. He never thought of necr havo known that there Is an essenThere was In tial vulgarity In the eternal discussion of letters of porphyry and beryl and flame. htm but with a heart-achIheie wero ornaments twUted from the Jacob's heart a room whero lay the corpse forms and of customs. Tho truly man knows as a matW of courso of bis nnlirlel Joseph, and when the wood of tho tamarisk, embossed with siland what Is proper, and If under ununusual wagons came the King's wagon ver breaking Into foam. Thero wero footstools mi do out of h siiiglo preolous stone. told hmiAhat Joseph was yet alive he circumstances ho may sometimes bo at u ad away. Goo news for Jacob I loss In regard to etiquette ho Is always ablo fainted There wero beds fashioned out of a crouchto tho whimsicalities of to bo ed lloi In bronze. There were chairs spot- Good nws for us! Ths King's wngons fash I nsuperior ted with the sleek hide of leopards. There come dtvn an 1 toll us that our Joseph-Jesu- s Tho distinction between good breeding p yet alive; that Ho has forgiven us and fashion Is usually pretty strongly cre tofas footed with the claws of wild be a its and Armed with ths beaki of birds. because we threw Htm Into the. pit of sufmarked In people- of the now rich variety. As you stand on the let el beach of the ten fering nnd the dungeon of shame. Ho Thoo upturts aro apt to bo well up In all on a summer day, and look either has risen from thence to stand In a palace. tho devices and desires of fashion; thoy are painfully exact In their observance of and there are tulles of breakers, whttowtth The1 Bethtinen shepberdi were awakenthe ocean foam, dashing shoraward, so It ed at midnight by the rattling of tho the latest whlmsicalltlos of dress and deseemed as If the sea of the world's pomp wagons that brought the tidings. Our portment; they are mWcrablu over any sends us a message of par-da- failure to keep up with tho freshest and wealth lu the Egyptian capital for Joseph-Jesu- s code of rules miles nu I miles flung Itself up Into white of Mr, of Heaven; corn for our hun- chnuces lu tho down by some vulgar breakers of mar bio temple, mausoleum and ger, raiment for our nakedness. Joseph-JcsjsI- s laid who Is for tho moment leader of fash lnu at tho head ct yet alive oMNk. the swim, but they aro absolutely outside This was tho place where Joseph, tho I go to hunt up Jesus. I co to tho vil- cf tie truly well bred c'rcl" The rate of Where does fthoplivid n ift'drd lu a'alld liCXt to lage of Bethany, and say Vcre do Vcre " Is abovo the aco dents ot Vharaoh In honor. What a contrast be- Mary live:" They say 'onuer Mary tho hour, and does not descend from Jts tween this scene and tits humble starting, lives." I go In. 1 see where sho sat In lofty elevation because of a ralluro to com I go out where Martha ply with outward rules which change from ant tho pit Into which his brothers threw the sitting-roohim! Yet he was not forgetful of his early worked In the kitchen, lilt I And no Jesus. day to day and from week to week, llko and I find the dictates of fashion. homo; he was not ashamed of where he I go Into Pilate's court-rooAnd herein Is the whole secret to thf came from. The Illshop of llentr, tho judge and the polices and the prisonmatter; fashion Is of the surface, while from a wheelright, covered his er's box, but no Jesus. I go Into the bouse with spokes and hammers, and cemetery; tut the door Is gono breeding Is of tho mind. Fashion deals with tho behavior; breeding Is a matter wheels: and the King of Sicily, In honor and the shroud Is gone and Jesus Is gone. of the character. Fashion Is a varnish of h's father, who was a potter, refused to Ilv faith I look up to the Klng'a palaco; which my be applied to any surface, while drink out of Any thing but nn earthen and, behold, I have found Him! Joseph-Jesu- s brooding Is a method of making. A r Glorious religion is still nllvel Tone L So Joseph w as not Ab imed of hfs may bo taken from the gutter and early surroundings, or of his a religion trade not oat of death' heads. tmlocd to the height of fashion, while a father, or of his brothers. When they and man ran be well bred only through n and undertaker's screwIn cime up from the land to driver, but one bounding with life, and process begun with his grandfathers. a word, fashion Is but tho shadow of a get corn from tbeKlu;' corn-cri- b Joseph, sympathy, and gladness. Joseph Is yet shadow, while breeding Is the substance, Instead of chiding them for the way they slive! unchangeable and unspolluble. llotton had maltreated and abud him, sont "I know that my lWmpr lives. them back with wagons, which Tharaob What comtort this sweet sentence gives! He Utcs, He lives Who once was deai. furnished, laden with corn; and old Jacob, SAVE THE He lives, my Head the father, In the very same wag n was brought back that Joseph, tho ton, mlcht Oc- t Tell Careless I'ersous How An grant me dally hrcath, se him and givo him n comfortable homo "He lhes to I shall corqierdca h. It May lie Dont. Helftes. and J all Next to sunlight tho Incandescent light of his days. He lives my mansion to prepare. gives the boat illumination for read ng; tell, X bar the aporu, the Kid. and all notions of the injurious effect on wagons, rtttiT'ii J m in nl TtV AJ' tho eyes of the electric light are erroneous. ",llW '&''tnV .1 h rlece, to 1P UT Jr Mm lt The vast majority of eople who wear - uihMg " otf, tb sw oor 'tan isfhraoh ii sj r jof Hu n' glasses can ano well without thorn. They l n(" thui nn I vl in - j nd lrtirt h i i ri ..ys rr use them to avoid a constant strain on the tor Josepb, with a chain of gold nftmnd his I The Kln'-- wagons will nfter nwhllo eyes. Tho act of localization Is a muscular neck, and on his hnnd arlnt given by I unload, and they will turn around, and ono and uses up nervous energy. Fharaoh to him, so that any time he want-e- l they will go Iwct to the palace, and I The overslghted eye, In which tho focus to stamp the royal s?al upon a docu-uureally think that you and I will go with comes behind the retina, has to perform ho could do so. Wagon after w agon them. The King will not leave us in this this muscular act continually. The results rolls on down from the palaco laden with famine-strucworld. Tho King has or- aro headaches. Irritability and nausea corn, and meat, nnd chance of raiment, dered that wo be lifted Intoths wagon And Tbo only remedy In such cases Is to wear and every thing that could help a famine that wo go over Into Ooshen, whero thero glases. child should wear specThe struck people. One diy I sot aged Jacob shall be pasturage fur our largest flock of tacles, because thoy are the best prevent seatel In front of his house. Ho h joy, and then wo will drivo up to tho palIvo against Increase of thinking of his nbentboys (sons, ace, where th re are glories awaiting us And alo be causa ho loses a great part of Low ever old they get, are never to a which will melt all the snow of Kgyptlau his education In not being able to seo more father ariy more than boys); and while he n;a rile Into forgetfulness. than a faw feet away. Is eatel thero he ees dut arising, and I think that the King's wagons will take For tho eyes In a healthy state there is lie tears wagons tumbling, ami he wonus up to see our lost friends. Jacob's but ono ftjfe wash Pure cold water ders what is coming now, for tho whle chief anticipation was not seeing tho Kile, Whu tho eyelids are Inflamed tho best Innl hal b;on smitten with tho famine nor of seeing the long colonnades ot archi- lotion is a weak solution of salt and water. Never apply poultices to the eyes or use and was In si ence. Bjt nftr a while ths tectural beauty, nor of seeing the throne-roos' without tho edvlc of a phywagons hao coma near enough, and hs Thero was a focus toallhlsjuur-nejlng- s, mos hfs sons v tin wagon, anil Wore to all bis anticipations; and that sician. At tho first symptoms of they come quite up they shout, "Joseph Is wm Jnph. Well, ray friends, I do not worn. jet allvol" The old man faints dead thtnk Heaven would be worth much If our nets spectacles should beprejudice Thero Is against a great deal of popular nwuy. I do not wonder at It The boys brother Jesus was not there. If there wero spectacles, but there are two good reason tell the story how that tho boy, the two heavens, the one with all tie pomp why they should be worn, and only two Joseph, has got to ba tho ilm man and paraphemaliaof an eternal monarchy, Onolsthatwe see better, and the other Ii ihv Kgyptlau palace. While thy un- but no Christ, and the other wero that the strain cs the eyes may be reload.! the wagons, tho wan and wasted a plain heaven, humbly thatched, with a lieve! c Ature lu the neighborhood come up and few daisies In tht yard, and Chrlit were In reading the book or paper should bo ok for a handful of corn, and they are there, I would say: the King's heldata distance of from ten to fifteen tipfl(d. wagons take me up to the old farm- inches from tho eyes. The reader's post tlon should bo such that the light may fall One day the wagons are brought up, for house." not on the eyes. The Jarub, the eld father, Is about to go to see If Jesus were not In Heaven.thore would on the book and be sufficient. Nothing liKht Itself should Jo eph In tho Egyptian palace. You know be no music there; there would be bat few it Is not a very easy thing to transplant an people there; they would be of! loklnc U so Injurious to the eyes as poor light Ir Tribune. reading. Ctfa-aold tree nnd Jacob has hard work to cet for tho lost CLrht, crying through the i.. . a ay from tho ploco where ho has lived so unlvene ' Where Is JesuJ? When Is True and Interesting. ling HebllsgooMiye to the old place, And after they bad found Him It la a fact worthy of remark that and leaves hit blessing with the nelghl with lovine violence thoy would take Him throughout the whole animal creation, In It rs, and then hUsomstcsdy him, whits and tear II.za thrcsgh the gates; sn t u every country wild tilmo of the earth, the h determined to help himself, g!s Into would be the greatest day known l&Hoav-e- n useful finlmal fat vegetal' foci the wagon, stiff, old and decrepit. Von-le- r within the memory of the oldest inhab- The all powerful elephant, and tho patient, they co. Jacob and his sons, and their itant Jems never went off fromIIcaen untiring camel. In tho torrid zone; the aIvcs, and their children, eighty-twIn but once And tie was so badly treated i horse, tho ox, or the donkey, In the tems'h followed by herds and floHcs. which that excursion they will never let Him co perate; and tho reindeer In th frigid the herdsmen drlvo along. They are going ngaln. lone, obtain all their muscular power frui tut from fuui'tntj lu luxuriant, they aro Oh, the juy of meeting onr brother. nature's simplest productions tno veg all 2lnj froii a plain rmwtry hnm? to !b je"pH.jntt Aftr w bnvA talked rtable kingdom. Hut of tho flesh eating tho animated ci tfiiOitpfcUcr, under tho sua, tlie about lilm for ten, or fifty, or seventy orttmals keep tho rest In constant dread of them. Their lMme JJinliter, get In hii chariot and jiarx, to talk with Hist and to clasp hand, own flesh Is unfit for other animals to eat, ! 'veadown to meet tho old man. Joiepb's with the hero of the ages;vot crouching cLarlctecr holds up the horsos on the ono as underlings In his presence, but, n having boen Itsolf made out of flesh, and Is most f out end offensive, Oreat strength, side; the wagons of the Jacob and Joieph, Hig each ( her. We fleetnesa of foot, usefulness, cleanliness stop on tbenthtr, Jorepb, Instead will want some new term by tta.. ami docility, nre characteristics of vegota nf w alttng for h's father to come, leaps out diets lllni. On earth we call Him Bavlour, bio caters. X V. Isdy-r-, jf the chariot and Jumps Into the or UedeoinT, or friend; but whii we wagon, throws his arms aiound throw our arms around Him In everlistlng Fqulre Hub')' Precepts. Ve never thoroughly know a man until the old man, and weeps aloud for past cmLrace, wo will want some new natoe of memories and present Joy, Tho father, endearment. lean think of what wcUhall we bear him IuukIi, .'ac-Despair U tho euteway to Insanity. can hardly think it li his boy. Why, do thnugh the longae of eternity, but Argument will pull a wise man down to the smooth brow of chlldhool has become what wo shall do tho first mlnuU can not I tho level of a fool, but It never raises a wrtitkled brow wrinkle I with tho care guess. In tho first flash of Hi countefool up to tho piano of a wlso man. of state, and the gvb of the shepherd-bo- v nance, In tho first rush of our emotions, Fame, liko lightning, generally strikes I as become a robe of royally bedizenliuuglnei Oh, tho man who is not cxpeUing 1L what wo shall do I can ed! Hut as tho old man finds out It Is his the overwhelming glory not of tho first (sixty tho faculty of adapting an Or.Klnailty usually Joseph, I see the thin lip quiver seconds In Heaven ! Mcthinks we will Just old Idea to a new occasion. ojalnst the toothless gum as he criei out: stand and look and look "When a man ventures nn opinion ho will ; and Iwk, ' fow let rae die, since I have tetn thy face; Tho King's wagons took Jacob up to seo find sorre ono who opposes It. Henco a heboid Joseph Is yet alive!" The wagons his lost boy, and so I really think that the man without opposition Is a man without i ill up In front of the palace. Help out King's wagons will takoui up to see our Opinions. CVntury the grandchildren, and take them In out lost kindred. How long Is It slnco Joieph of the hot Egyptian sun. IUlp old Jacob One man Is sometimes afraid to pralso went out of your housohold? How miny exalting tho accomplishut of the wagon. Bend wcrd to Thaiaoh years is now last Christmas or tbeUth another, lest by it ment of that other, ho should seem to delb it tho old shepherd has come. In tho of next month It was a dark w e royal apartment Fharaoh and bodied, and a stormy day night hen preciated his own Hut, lu truth, It Is It was at tho often nv ro praiseworthy In us to praise Jacob meet dignity rustic-U- y and burial; and the clouds wept with you, and c mother worthily than It would bo for us -- the gracefulnoss of the Court the winds moaned I ell Is tnd plain manners of the field. The King BtUieenwood'sgate for tho dead. The mo- to have done tho very thing which praise of pralso In that other. To rangon'ya few wanting to make tho old countryman at ments but your worthily Is ono of the best ways of bolnj heart has fte, and soring how white bis beard Is, eer since. You have been been tolling praiseworthy. S. 8 lima. under a arid how Ut bio his step, Iooki familiarly like Jacob of old. You Into his face and says to the og'd mam have It requires & large mcasuro of tho trace thought h was thit 'How old art thou" (Jive the oil man a dead. You put his to refrain of name Arst In the nuo who has injured us, from punishing eat. Unload tho wagon drive out tho bbth record of the family when such punUlble, and thou ishment is faulty within our power. To toward tho pastures of Ooshen. Lot you put Itln thedeath rattle family hold a stono nnd not to throw it, to possess record of tho the slavts In scarlet kneel and wash tho Hlbte and you have been deceived. Joseph a sword and not to use It, to be uble feetof the newly arrived, wiping them on Isyitiiihe, lje mote allvo than you to speak a stinging word and not to utter the finest linen of the palace. From vases are. Of all tho sixteen thousand millions It this reveals the spirit of Him who, of perfume let the uowly arrived be of children that statisticians say 'prinkled and rcfriied; let ml nitidis Into the future woild there Is have gone "when Ho was reviled, reviled not again.'' United VttihyUrlin. not one of tome In with sandals nf cilrutou and thorn dead, nnd tho King's wagons will i. thruru the harps and clap the cymluli tulte you up to ten thetn. Ha was a wise man who saldi "(lod and Jlngltt the tAmhounues, wbito we sit bow g'ad you will be to You often'thlnk i:rop me from all manner of assumption of too lheia?Havo suorIorlty " Hut some people seem to down, at this gibil dlstuitco of time and yuuevei ihou-h- t, my bi other, iylslster, tiavo been born bristling all over with that pace, and leulli the lesvun of thwKmj' hnw glad llcjy will lu to sooyouf'Jacob HptrlL They have to loam by painful wsgou. whs Wj more glad lost Joseph than Joseph that men will rccogniro genuine Mj frlfiidt, we are In a wcrl I by s n wai toiif Jnc4.li, equally the dooi supcrloilty, but fttiulue-itjuctuttht King Is lu ecu sum open they look to seeKryIs timecoining lu. assumption gf il willa nda id. rebuke the If it you tit NO DEATH. - lk? Jori xl; adaj-mornl- mt b gate-wa- ei Joseph, once standing In the palace, burst outcrying when he thought of Jacob afar off. And the heaven of your little ones will not le fairly begun until you got there. All the kindness shown them by Immortals will not make them forget you. There thoy are, the radiant throngs that went out from your homes! I throw a kiss to the sweet darlings. They are all well now In tho palace. The crippled child has a sound foot now. A little lame child says! 'Ma, will I be lame In Heaven!" "No, my darling, you won't bo lame In Heaven." A tittle blind child sayst "Ma, will I be blind 'No, my dear, you won't t In Heaven?" blind In Heaven." They are all well there. take the ivw not the subjoct of gloom out of the thoughts that would le struck through with midnight? We used to think that when we died we would have to go afoot, sagging down In the mire, and the bounds of terror might get after us, and If we got thiough Into Heaven at all we would come In torn and wounded, and bleeding. I remember when my teeth chattered and my knees knocked together when I heard any body talk about death; but I have come to think t thnt the grave will 1" th ever slept In, and the bottom of my feet will not bo wet with the passago of the 'Them that sleep In Jesus will Jordan. God bring with Him." I was rending of Robert Southey, who said he wished ho could die far away from his friends like a dog, crAwling luto a corner and dying unobserved. Those were his words.Be It ours to die In a couch surrounded by loved onos,sothat they with us may hear the glad, sweet, Jubilant Announcement: "The King's wagons aro coming." Hark! I hear them now. Are they coming for you or me? FASHION AND BREEDING. y oth-wi- CONTINUE Why TurlfMtefnrm THE FIGHT. .REPUBLICAN SCHEMES. FARM AND FIRESIDE. ft't ld .. snow-whi- te ll d flb well-bre- d 1 ever-varyin- g lyt ed oeg-ga- old-tim- cross-bone- s, famine-stricke- n EYE-SIGH- ever-livin- I thret U I i ', i I k near-slghto- d "eye-water- near-sighte- d' long-abse- Lt mt o o-- Jipb, d etnl-pran- kHo eml-)rn- ts 1 UrU-allra- t- m Jr-ep- v ii The Terrible Manser Which Threatnns th One prk a week will pay for the nf ton Country. support of a hen," l tho way one Every stop of the Kepubllcnn cam- authority oomputoi It. Tho rest Ii ttlARX TRAD paign was marked by fraud, bribery pure prollt. Around our hissing csmn-nreIn tho manufacture and corruption. Wo clots our ranks sgsta." Feeding corn to young stock proIt was also a cam- motes So wrote John (S. Whlttlor nflr tho Jng Mate untimely fat at tho perod In the defeat of Fremont lit ltotfj n, defeat paign of tho meanest and most animal life whon bono and growth which acctned to many of that day n brutal Intimidation. Tho men who should be secured. IT CONQUERS PAIN. moro decisive than that which tfyi have boon made enormously wealthy Tho mountain ash Is a beautiful, friends of tariff reform received thU by taxes levied on tho people ornamental tros for lawns and n T?on Ithsumstlim, Niuulglt, Of ItottUs Bold threatened thoir employes with cuts in oral favorite on account of Its cluitor year, tho sixth of November, DickilK Ittidicht, AnJ In Efery Cos ngc - In repealed Instances oven dis- of rod borrlo, In tho memorable conflict between To"iteht,Sprtlst, A CTHrt charging them for advocating tho refreedom and alavory,2 10,000 slaveholdCooked cabbage, turnips or onions Bru'm.Ac. ThsChai A VooilifCt. ers tmceeiMlod for many years In con duction of tnxo. Impart an otToualvo tasto nnd smelt to ltiUart, fcU. With this record un repented of nnd milk or butter kept In the samo cupvlnclng many million of their fellow-countmen that tho whole lntorot of not oven denied, tho Republican party board with them. Vcra-Cu- ra tho .Nation depended upon tho per- li gathering Its forces for tho Infamous FOR DYSPEPOIA. Apple, llko potatoes, should Iw A rosiTin ens ro. Hreictirios iitc t petuation of a rello of barbarism, nnd work of destroy lng tho now found pros- thoroughly sorted and dr'etl before flUattk TrU JtUttm. of trim freedom perity of tho Southern States nnd that tho corner-ston- o storing away. Take all pains to proYtrr tor Prvffnt or timmil Ir fiO rp1 irtf I lng tho Infamies of reconstruction. vide good ilratnngo was tho right to hold men in hondago. if Ctrv fa you f 1x4 aUtat in , ho that thoy will ml by mail r rtettyt 9f 15 tit (fl toif$ ll.OU) M plan of con- keep dry It Ib tho When, In 18C0, tho Htnpi Mwf trnt m rtfrtj Ctf 3 rhl all winter. ollgnrcj refused to accept defeat at scienceless political schemers who aro would wear A tnnn on fWCHUlU A.VOmiRCO-Biniatr- t.t nnd pros tho polln and touV up arms to dcatroy ttlUlng to aacriilce the pesrw out and break down much rntier limit S? tho Union rather than submit to tho parity of tho country to extend their ho had been fed full rations. Tho samo wmuIU of tho majority, tho auccoodod Ic4m of povrer. They know that they Is V. K StaiL truo of t mttch cow or ot a work smoke. lu making millions of poor whites, will bo driven out on the tariff Wsuo; nnlnml. There Is nothing gained by aro not In n posiwho wero systematically degraded nnd they know that they Darloy What makes youo confl-destarvation diet. It does not prolong oppressed by tho slaveholders nnd by tion to prevent it by making any real but shortens life. tliut your tdt will Im RnccoMfnlf the slavo labor with which thoy wore reduction of tariff taxation, and they White Indian Ocmst Ono cup of Jnrl- - Why, you see I not only havo compelled to compete, actually take propose therefore to once moro create Indian meal, one tnblcapoonfulof (lour, an Attachment for Ileemmi1 daughter, tip arms and light fiercely to pcrpotuato an overshadowing Imjuq of North ono tenspoonfol of sugar, ono teaspoon-fu- l but nUo on tho old man's property, a system which wa their worst enemy, against South. baking powder. Sift these Ingre- teems to mo I am well fixed for a te Arntd In h rvAtllag. Any No greater danger than this has over they hazarded their live on a thouAM Mil uJrrlff rnrvO. dients together! add ono teaspoonful smooth comtshlp. llurlington Frt sand hnrdfought Holds to rivet on threatened tho country. Tho South npraklaf ttllhtl Wanllr unllas rllrtll chains of a system of can Iks once more thrown into tho of melted butter, one ZX milk to mix themselves tho . i r eI Orval llarM-fiha ETcntnonr fatnillsr wltaAyrr Almanao I'rtiftti wllhri -j (it M?v I m, IUmmmJ, anarchy of tho reconstruction period, soft and bake In hot tins or roll pans. tyranny and Inhumanity. nmU In it 11 Mrim. know that It i ituch more thnn utnere III Hurtil Home v, h ttalat J U. Ih tvk Tho times hne changed; but tho but it can not bo dono except at tho chicio for odvertuiair the tncdicinftl ItnrkUf, ll. IU UlT ( I .n A lr-Cream should never be churned Umi-U-, it "Irrcpreaslblo conflict" has now as- expense of tho whole country. The J4g fr l, -. J ltlhrJ Irrt'Alty tfnG of it hi, ofwelcotno JUh . lUftJamU. ' JAlr tfcnlUn. .1 vl t.U- If m fast until It has thickened some, as It Is Mix, It h tho mot sumed a now form. Tho tyrants of to- next four years will scarcely pass withI'p-- r. a i.oiftirrrritiT nnaAw., . v. HQU TUIUIM OI lUlUUHtl U MTU ADU day nro tho chartered monopolists who out such economic convulsions in tho likely to become frothy, especially lu 1I to nlmowlcilfrn Iho receipt IHltTu neutlr I of nre upheld by our present tariff laws.1 Northern States as tho strlko of 1877. cold weather, as there Is moro milk V bound pruHcnution volume of tho Almanoe , I d In KngUh les and domagoguery of tho Ho taken o(T with tho cream than In warm fyr 1V, ccataielr.g ceytw scccusca They aro less In proportion than wero iK rC i '...i i lHllKIU iJIUVl weather, whero open setting Is prac- iHtiAt.ii.r OAKLAWH FARM. UUUMAl h of tho houthr Thi tho and pamphlotstu cloven addttIoattoutruii ticed. If one Is In a hurry tho host in till, twenty no laucuage. From ths aro equally unscrupulous as to tho isAdo this almost Inovltable. PERGHEnON bonk, wo learn nrofaoo to thu ::;irrrUDir means which they uso to perpetuate 'factory operative, ovory day laborer plan Is to make hiwto by churning ttiiU between miruva tiJ fourteen million slow at first FRENCH COACH HORSES. a)inanc urn nu-- lr thin ivnuuny ru me penou oi mcir own uominauon. in tho Industrial States, has a valid IMINII1TCU. Agriculture, minus stock raising, nualljr, ronsuroluif ntwut twenty Hvo tune i ney are as rogaruic? oi tno princt moral claim on tho MnrrNon Adminis of paper hiIh)1 Surcir, m:h all thisftiid rrorKCM itcrpi It Is as true, other atlrertutujf it miouU UUuox. uftbio plo of political economy nnd of libera tration for tho fulfillment of every c.in not bo prosperous nOAtTALMONHrpnt- -. IUl I MI fc4 slnvo barons' of tie promise made In tho campaign. Tho nto, that the amount of rent net profit In uuy nno not ti kii"v the uicrtur mortis a woro tho cIkt cl 1lnA itirtw lrll fttatuUrd fn.l-iuSouth. They Ignore with equal indif- 1,000,000 men now idle under lhotrtit depends upon tho quality o( tho ani- ofAcr Kinjipinii ftud vttierIvW, la lt iiHI t"T!roltTttJ t reQirOicft, Ayv Aimana for 1UII11 tl. llllllltll nnr readr at tho ference the wNdom of their own eirly system have a right to Insist on Immo-dlat- o mals and the Intelligence with which uttractlre f tmi. tr lumunl. Iha i luinii Uj ut awmnrtn Titbit employment at tho wage of from thoy are bred, fed nnd sheltered. If uruj; lvrr MfaaaiiMtil, statesmen. Jefferson denounced tho qtmlKx Ilral lrlrr w tlMj, Ilntii Ittty wtthnut wrci-In- t fytcm; Clay urged emancipation, nnd f2 to $5 a day shown In all tho Uepub-lica- n the farmer would be prosperous- ho wtds opn In Tni man vrhoo Uti (JtmImI ml Jtol fiarrrMral further, ho tMing tho fiylU ofejet aro and tcarcely must bo a tables of statistics; and as thoy nearly carried it through the legisother, ltaltlllitrnl nfAmtrlr hit own f.ulU, U lature of hi own State, but those "who have been told ten thousand time over must te a uldo awake, studious ttock epca at all la ltWU twrvkAMtv, WrvM t9 f 4W'i In M. W. DUNHAM. vary ure t commit iwo muko-on- o raUer. IIVifrni Plowman that every other clas In tho commu sjworo by Jefferson and Clay WAYNE, ILLINOIS. It will cot but little to keep thosur &et eorrcctlj Jwip nc of etherof and tho 3UMvH(ktti.At1 K';Ulfwrli llfW their words when thoy saw fit to trgo nlty exists nnd should submit to disother lu not orrsctiy juliiir huulf tho perpetuity of what tho fathers of crimination for their benefit and In face of tho ground around young trees Huch a wa H apt to ooa aortef nuiaanro --Htfit f wl.M-rfclwrT- T B dV Many tn evrr 'luie lu w tiU'h to wove. -.- V Y r nJ woll sprinkled with tine llmo I m !' r M our country hoped would bo trandent their favor, they would bo moro or . J4Biffiaig k iiwll rather than permanent In eiicUy less than human if thoy did not at- insects will avoid the lime, and on tihUjinJitd. ! OI1M1 ISV I rr tempt to apply their political educa- somo soils tho llmo will prove benefitho enmo spirit, nnd with equal at yt that atn hsr no The U m "ff cial. An excellent mixture for euch fatth. rerlnl it I be erer ee a man M m to their practical affairs. Wondar tion tho "tariff barons" of M4f t9 luto a atare ptol twt Is two pirts of wood nshff K The financial nnd business condi- purKes forget tho principles that Clay and 9 la r . t tions of tho country aro unnatural and one part lime, and ono part coarse salt .w CJpxdey rnU nonied, nnd seek to . fco ttk Tun KT I mi. t" warry for tt iikoly to . what tho authors of modtrn unsound. Its labor Is justly discon- Only a small quantity need bo used at ftukeef a baak i j U$lt fm- n t X ba cheek mated - WnA ' 1mt4r protection believed nnd expected tented, nnd Hi dUcoutont has been each application, r u Mmrr ?' t .- - ttolled Currant Pudding- - Taken would bo temporary. Hy unscrupuincreased by reckl" and fhamn!pn . 4i Men t.t h'I 31ltkt. KS. Anvjf Mwm r uIWvb4 of iho aV n lous efforts, nnd by prodigal expendIts agriculture U de- cup of chopped suet cut frcra near the demagogy. and cyetells. a fw VMunw, ittur-a- pa.i a iture of money, aided by old prejudice pressed. Its wealth li centralized, kidneys, half a cup of mohu"e, a cup In tlus rttfht t4n. i' htUcbe ana i "! r mA r r against tho South and Knglnnd, they nnd Is being still further centralized and a half of milk in which a toanpoou twtMn TtMy titniuikabiy lndw-tf' -r imm of soda has !eon dissolved, three cups (IkflrT, for wtiuh Iltuttor'a tnn a- h have achieved a victory ut tho poIU, every day. Hitter U a aiorlattTB)y tin rrmodj lif IUII.A 10, JU I IO, Such conditions demand tho careful of Hour, a llttlo salt one teaspoon of it prompUy aol at ven luUrvta Malarial not by .tho votes of the laborers who work for them nnd know them, but by confo-vntls- m of tho patriotic states- cinnamon, half a teaspoon of cloves, ornnplmoU, rtyprrux, rhutoaum, !drbitity rrw tho votes of tho farmers, who, aa man. If Instead of thU we havo the two cup of currants. Stir all thoo Wt irtntbte wita Urt WdiMy, ar j died by it. iHual, pny most of tho taxes, and get methods of Maine and Uaymond, of Ingredients together thoroughly. Tour LOW PRICE RAILROAD LANDS Dorote nuntrt'rrak arts Ktrred out of pudPorakcr and Tuttle, the wind tho Re- them Into a thorougly butt e nnl loss thnn nothing out of them. luglo akull ruoi. -- 7mm Sflti. FREE Covcrnmcnt LANDS. Hut In thin victory they havo notlald publican party has sown will be reaped ding mould or Jeans bag and boll for 'IUlrt'4 .NfirrftMit C.hI IJrrr OtP tho spirit of reform. It will not down In tho whlrlwindofdlsorgnnlxed social three hours. Serve with a hard sauce. Has doo wore I rclimo imm run (Vmi SEHDFO.U... .V. F. Tribune at their bidding, Kven uhile they conditions, nu enduring sectionalism, i autiirUot, wsik m if l tirroi wrak- it m i ncNT rnte. Whon calves aro given a grain ra- than uny knmvn won their victory, thoy woro sowing and a finnrclal collapse that will Jm 0 Uakrr V CHAS. B. UHBORN. lS"t'! CVmV raiUlalplMa. the eed of future retribution. They touch tho pockets of those who havo tion during the fall thoy will eat less Co, tB-- f tan rtrii. . havo awakened a spirit of inquiry neither hearts nor conscience to bo conrse nnd bulky food. Sheaf oats cut A mit antoci orello ffoloff aba t up, will bo found well adnpbNl for In a fo. which yi continue to work. They touched. St Louis J!(pnMi Dedicated Lectricit?J and them, as they will eat the chaff have made men observant of their A Ooren, Coin, r 8ak Throat ultmi1 !( I, n. r. i ttry IvlH. f " means nnd plan. They have failed to NOTES OF THE DAY. ttruw with tho grain, and alt will be not be n1-U- 6 llnonx a llHovnii r frighten their own workmen with their raised and rcmnstlcated, which will TnoctiM ire a aiiiple rrmrjy, and g.t iUVt&l I E0TTU8 CIVfN AWAT I 600 - Mr. Harrison. It Is said, fcc N.1 threats and prediction; and the next not Intend to be overshadowed by doe promote digestion. A llttlo shelled aMrtwo ' ra nr iMtUBif any$ i t 4i( i trvutar tntt. vantage, A wmiantn H Urcup U hutUr Uttl-f- a l9ayl , t may be added with ad tlmo thoy will have oven less effect. "if corn body. What a Cabinet he will have led rlowar. Tariff-reformeal bo clubs should keep up and If a handful of llnced-ol- l A Islrue. Chicago lierutd. aRifttrta i . Mum, auu. given dally It will serve to prevent their organisations. They should lose this-Tho lUtt' Honey pflnroWwnd andTnreurtit mi i k it tH mi is organized constipation, and promote thrift A CovcM uatl brotwt tia utwX oofttunpUnn. tariff of y no opportunity of maintaining their Balm nrlnrlliloft. Thir . linvi Innrnnl In Out I roWSry; it Is slavery legalized. With calf thnt Ih In good condition when cold Piko'a looUiartM oCurttluouo toiuuto arwA)t7B5i4i Ely's Cfiam 1 !S WORTH SIQOO TOINf ' - u CtarIff tho Democratic party Is at weather sets In can Ie kept growing A aociit rrorirti naa rrorfc. but arguments past campnitru whnt woman DJUtn't-V- owar, nnd. In possession of tho all through the winter. counted most on cither side. They FWmt!i;rfl Mill, Woman or Cblli know wjint to urgo tfno" what to refute. iiovernmonl or in opposition, It will OKITKUT MMletmii Onclnnatt. exxrm vJjjLm uarlngrr- -i lung, nrro, ILnAtdlsra. t rod for book. DISEASES OF POUtTRY. They should kcop tho Unite steadily tnlkj and work and vote. Louisville a. Coutr-Journa- l. beforo the public It is not truo that A narvar Appearance- by Taking flood mat t uU to walkwllb' pi TlU u. nt .'wlitMMlrll Senator Farwell. of Illinois, de- Prevent Their f Vour fowl. reoldir.liniltr tho public is so wcniy of tho tariff Car i JLSJ TMm H W,.tw, M K r. activity us a Republican question ns to wlh It laid aside. On clares for 1'oultry ail woll as other stock aro of fitness for ofilco more or les subject to dlneane, and as THE MARKETS. tho contrary, since tho election, men worker as tho who In tho excitement of tho con under a Republican Administration diseuo with stock of any klud Is diffOiC1Swati. Dee 11 f test looked at every thing from a party This is tho real Chicago platform, and icult to euro notwithstanding the large M C t (C . otand-poln- t, tho wholo party will unite on It, II9 OIIV aro now willing to Innumber of Infallible receipt" warranted HOlin Cuimiiwn - ,1 IIMMIMM4 II SOLITAinEl I inLRflMNiiTIHfHI St, ljouu JlcpubUc. vestigate ... (Uo. nafknr moro fully MINI: III MHIMI IMIIITUAI I Bttrn ii nnd moro aa a upooltlc for tho dllTeront diseases, - ) tt a .. One of the most profitable los fairly tho great economic principles ovory poultryman who ha had any ex4 M a a in LA M US- -4 tot i a eAotco . M lit U III I'OHV. ,i y l miv II r that underlie all sound IgiHtntlon sons of tho campaign will bo lost If perience understands that If disease M(ih 44 llr4lMii. StW HIIIH ir Na f red N axcinxj tajiH ua r t " "IAM ii'ijll. upon financial matters. Thoso who men's attention Is not , given to tho geU once started among his poultry It UUAIN-Wa- 3 rrd m No a Cmn- - No. 3 m led In public libraries and mischief which arises from tho con- Is In a majority of cases very difficult aro Interest V TWil Oalt No, 1 niict1. . . . reading-room- s should seo that thoy junction. In point of time, of municipal to stamp out or cure. So far as possift. m Hjr-5-TO- N . .. wir 9ttr t tortMrire - .. . with general cloctlons a mischief ble tho bca method of management Is HAY-l'rare supplied with tho best literature ft 111 U T KlA3TIH?- i'JAHAU cAiira TOHACtO Mrd .b Uxf... I on tho tariff question; particularly vorythnrply emphasized this year. 1ft M UIM O) ll huviiimIawnkhi to take all reasonable precautions to 3r4 lr a.rWr aMi .11 in ctii o V. ('omvurcial Advertiser k: that which Is strictly Y s tw 4 a keep in good health. This will be found PJ?ovihlON lork-u mi Am tilt K. Liri1- - rruntrm ai. TURK They should endonvor to dUoiu tho tft l 3) It is said that i T. ISarnum Is to be the case during tho winter as well liUITKn-Cho- wr Dairy.. . U I Prinv ii In tho papors to be raado Secretary of tho Interior. as during the summer. And It Is a Ari'l.Kft-Pn- n ctHtir Crramerj I T U I l questions involved I rbM which reach the farming communi- It would undoubtedly bo a good thing mistake to suppose that simply because ..l. 4 JONfSOpOTHC HAalTON.aiCHialtf,aa VKW YOKIC ties, where, as tho pan eloctlon clear- to take him Into the Cabinet In homo cool weather has set in the risks of I MH4Mlf If rl 14 n ior Wraurn vf mt rfXirn ly shows, thero is most need of light capacity or other. Ills experience a& disease aro about ovor until spring. A niiA!S-Ul,- suieaai Jo.3rrJ.- Wl m. WE CURE .. 1 04 $t 1 OIV I aWUMb No 1 In two years thero will bo a of Jumbo damp floor, exposure, want of food or a showman and tho T u n iiy firn No 3m olucUua. There w 111 be no huuM bo of gieat burvloo loan Adminwutar, or ftillui u to provide a good supBft Tm m i& tv " OlONiXKO AIH. Umi " IVcsIdcnlta1 contest then to awaken istration which will have tho Illalne ply of water regularly so that whon It rOUK-N- ca W it- ni W rinLim i a mdt Ut t -rrttraiHr u to ' p "am f ore r. rwThe olephant to handle. Chicago IlcraliL Is supplied they drink too much, cracks LAUD the enthusiasm of c i - CflCC1"1 ff mtwao light will havo to be made In tho sevhw rnccAi.if "I am told that without tho tariff In tho sides of tho houMS allowing tho rr.oun vironia an T Jtl TnAt.lai,l at i 04 ti j otH I. V ' I I. 4lj r' U rullM.r ' Nairn! eral Congressional dial lot, nnd it Issue In tho hut campaign we should wind to blow directly upon the fowls, CHAIN-Whr- SCliieojrobprliis.. 01 fl I 04H No iMrtruiiXHMuMiiia. ir Nj55 lrnuvnu !. tkc will bo comparatively easy to concen- have carried the countiy. That mny and an excess of one kind of food, are Corn Na 2 crti fitnr Oai-( hUs. Ill Wli"ifli fru trate effort and to carry tho clodo dis- bo true, but the time hid coma when only ii few causes of disease among tho rOIEK-M- ci 13 1TU&I1 50 a (A a WH tricts for reform. Meanwhile, lot tho the Issue between tho two parties had poultry during tho winter, ttce do IMKD Steam rrtfBfMr ao niAKua. A)a nAUTIMOKR. work of education go on. As surely to bo mado and tho Democrats mado not usually thrive ns woll, yot moro or 1 rtulm Mmi. rr)ruKamiir ((( ifir as tho conscience of tho It. I don't regret It It is bettor to less of them will be found nnd will need GRAIN- - thrat,Naf t fth- Corn MucJ u k f Nation at lul awoko to the ovlU and bo defeuled battling for an honest attention. a 30 AT reforfrj. FMNI ti n 4il6 SO A.Urt V. TI rtT7(iiiMTrvf UWHlKM. TTtijNar tho perils of slavery, so surely will tho prlnclplo than to win by a cowardly POItK-M- M JAW, If they can be watched sufficiently 4llltUlM'l. I' U. " ibf t4 tf w .low ainwi peoplo at length awake to tho follies, subterfuge." Urovcr CUixtaml. so that tho first appe.iranco of disease CATTX.K-I-- irt a KTHtt I V) qual'ty.. absurdities and manifold abuses of the 6 ill W TOO If there will bo 'more than forty will be noticed nnd taken In hand at HOC1S. INHUNAPOUft protective system, and wlpo It away. thousand Democrats In ofilce on the tho start, such romodlcs may bo ap OnAlN-Whra- f Hightit Cash Prices FatJ. S red --, No tTitcaao Gfobe H0NST ASS0R1MINT, 7 fth of March next, about which I plied n will cure the sick fowls and Com Mltr1 ..... .. Sk :a Call- - MirmI & MCTUWN3 know nothing, thoy should all bo re- btamp out tho disease boforo It secures T t;1 J PnOMTT rrlttCatrtaL ! ftrtur THE PRESIDENT PAID IT. LOUISVIU.UWhen tho fowls n.OUR-- A No. I moved beforo tho going down of tho too Hlrong u foothold. AtT. HUMMHARDT A CO. US It. I lh ML. 4 .4 IIm4 III llrnl rrt, TIM MATI O. A Utile Child's AppesfllearliFS Tendst sun on that day, and moro thnn forty stand around and do notseom to care OUAlN-Wt- aitio. 1 red.. , ft t ot . . nnd (Irnrruiu Heart. . a . Corn- - Mtiel ;1 ft M thoueund Republicans appolntod In whether thoy eat or not It Is almost a Oati- - MuM ... r .. President Cleveland's klndnort of thoW U'ad, . . Wimt tho attitude of tho trc indication that dWeit'O of some POKK am MfH 8t5M CURtS WrtlUAiruSi lAlt LARD-Slrheart for tho young Is seen In tho story TB 63tOountf7TfP TaMapimt. Uaa J MUM will 1m I hate neither kind Is malting a start. Whllo thoy gbl fFJ that Is told here, Thero is a little girl Administration opinion nor Information."- - -- Senator J, will oat or drink, even If It bo only a In Ilooklyn who had tho misfortune afiV. )'. IniUixmUnL little, u much bolter opportunity Is CURED OF SICK HEADACHE'; to get Into debt tothu Youth' a Compart Jfis?lh,tin W. i:I wards. Palm jra. .. wrKeai A lanoinnau uuui subgenus uuifc forded for giving thorn medicine. After ton. Sho had a lenient creditor, howrrnm I tinvo licau a got to the stage thnt they ever, and, though sho had not paid her Mr. Harrison form his Cnblnot of the they havo Hitu l'ollvueiinntl ffreat Ilcatlacho, muiI irlfHt won lunllrluoa hut sons lt I'resldents, nnd mentions will refuse to cat, tho only chnnco to subscription for about two years, the glvo thorn medlclno Is by force, m thnt un !IMLLirri Companion was sent to her regularly Hobcrl T. Mncoln, Fred Grant, Harry Garfield and Allen it Ih a decided advantage to commenco 'V. IIHiprrre ni. nframtJa and no complaints made. In tho ordiq1 VAlOlVkLl.l(.triln UEi.twta.rJ nary courso of onlce business a list of Arthur for Cabinet ollicos. Tho list nt soon as possible nhon dlseuso makes arrearage was placed In tho hands of should Include Mr. Harrison's own son, lti appearance. In order to lesson tho rOAMSTaiirirrati7iM jm the paper's attorney A very formal who is said to havo shown considerable risk tho better plan Is to separate thr ail bit pensions. hick fowls and put them In a dry, warn? ta the only ono that jjuvo mo roller I circular wna sent to the llttlo girl and finHQclal ability In tho recent I urla heller nr ruTe0 Urn f -- , and who might bo made Sec- place by themselves, and loo no time rinj tbai uno tl Mint, mid luealimn It frightened hor quite out of her wits. HMuniuk buxi,(iiib41i,u., a naiiH,o,& three r any uttitr not or irrJptV i;ia;ntlr "Hr irMii tan riruHT(M)MMk retary of tho Treasury. Chicago In commencing to glvo them modlclno ncakcu iloao People with much older heads havo runted, ainall. rlco, U( cci.la, CnCRf "ournilNfl Nawl Monti A day or two will make a considerable lmn, fmirm boon known to do very desperate Ittrald. rllCUi nl J.1ff in IHKAIi Klllll(flllhllV dttTerenco In olTeclIng a euro; it Is imMAtlllNI CO, U h. Cllnlun Mrcl, Oilraii. III. things undor similar circumstances, Republican Hypocrisy. Office, 44 Murray Street, Now York. portant not to dolny commencing to but this child sent an appoal to the rTH tJvlkMb4ai'k,,t',rrhUf rftik4a William Walter Phelps was asked glvo medlclno or thoy may bo beyond a Piesldcnt of tho United States. It wuh rtao't Itml rot Catarrn tba to l w, anj CliMprit, remedy. It Is quite an item too, In Iktt, . A4J(t, (sua io.iMmM.uuA a straightforward, childish lettor. the other day: w hMNfn4 1U14 giving them medicine to have thorn MIow nrmlv, In yoarotialo- -, will tVs vicTho sincerity wont straight to tho tory French the up ibllcins In power?" In their food nnd drink rather lioohkfptn,rtartMniLlp,ArHh. ailOT. take It Pioeldent's heart Sho said sho had Toot years, cert nly, ud twenty-fou- r nUnlh mtl. Hhonbinl rtr thomuffblr Unghl circiihrifrr. "MTT(or LU.I, a.r.u,i.t. heard ho was klntl to llttlo girls, but If year f thoy adjust tho inequalities of ths than to force it down them. Prevent Alio roojl fOfCoMln (helletd. Headack9,lIarTr,Ao.U)cnU. AN.IC-- U sho had made a mlvtako In writing to tar rr. if th be not time 1 thlnli Democratic diseaso if possible; but If It makes Its 1217 appearance comtnonce with a remedy nRADUATIOIIIHMEDICN(tnu.1u-.HH.jhim. sho hoped ho wouldn't bo cros. victory will follow in imM wiir.N wiiri.Nu to Aiu:itTi"niii ri.Ku ; Can It bo that ono of the foremost as hoou as pontdblo. Jmmaju firing HM. H4ll CIUf , U lirM tU b liU la till "Sho mny bo Mm wlfo of a future rklt.R. f . rasen Itiat fou mm Umi Advtrfi-aw- ai President,1' snla Mr. Cleveland, smil- Hepulllcans In tho country confesses - llultcttn. ing at tho little girl' letter. Inclosing thatthe present tariff Hystom U unThe following anecdoto Is related a note in a letter ho sent it JlHt? of Prosldent tlncolu: Ono ovontng Tho Hepublican party hai boon to tho publishers in Ilostou, with a Lincoln swept, mngnlflcoutl)' la no need Mrs. tell that tho remainder (for tho bill of tn the people that there working-me- n droBsed, into tho library whore the ISLAND HOME STOCK KOlfl, flrono Iile, Kajfia Coool;, Mlchljta. tatiff reform and that tho hs. was Joss than that) bo put down to the was waiting to escort her Aboattoorart'brrdanlmftlionbftnd, I'Mot rroonMl Wrmnur. II or Mi 'aro happy, prosporoua and con-t- o President rnariDUaurdti, tsift raialrn villi lilitorr nflhabrt! little girl's ciedlt for futuro subscripluto tlio brilliant reception-parloaadrruaAVAUKdt AliNLM, Ulrclt,ttl(U. iiteA tions. Ho also wrote the child a vury Her dress had a very long train, and Nov hero comes Mr. Phelps with FRENCH COACH HORSES. pretty llttlo note, tolling her that it wns cut low at tho neck, Lincoln was fli Ih nocdfxl was a pleasure to him to rellovo her tho opinion that reformation standing with his back to tho fire when rntlfu11r foraM and that unions tho Inegularltles of h distress. Zoifoa Letter, wife entered. 'WhowlM said old Jotii anJ Marts m. tho j resent syttcm nio adjusted tho his th action, hiH Tho number of farm mortgnges ItepuMlcana will hulTor ilefcat In l8'J2. Abo, "What a long tall our cat has totinler Hi rtronc night1.11 Mrs. Lincoln made no answor, of tbt Frfnrh Our In Indiana, Illinois, Iowa, Michigan working-ma- n Is there one Intelligent rnmtni for rtu and the Vresldent continued! 'Say, hit0Tf nnd lr" andftddni uf Dakota Is Increasing. What in the country who can not eeo mother, don't tlaLrM4 jou think It would bo would tho Aiuorlcnn fanner do with that (the Hepnhllcan party has been 0 wiwm e cut his 'loino maikuU0" 'L'wteviltc pluyhjr (io hypocrite? iluirtsbur'j better If some of our cat's tall was mound her neck?" IHUoit, UltU. CotirUV'J UntaL (i'u.) Patriot. Clubs Xhouhl Keep tip their Organisations. lleneath tbr skies, November, Thy skies of wind and rain, s iee ry w slnve-holdln- j? cold-blood- hull-ratio- Whit Wamen MIRht Do. Women ooutfdo Krvat dent Co stop tho habit of smjklng. Thoy encourage ttl smoko gentlemen In thoir houses nnd (joclnro that Instead of tobacco enoko being objectionable they iljo the fragranco of a Mfcn smoke qulto enough nice cigar. when thoy are Mono without being encouraged to do o whon they aro spending tho evening In tho society of any of A great many women, their frlriuK also, nre learn Irj to smoko cigarette nnd some men innlntaln that thoy liko to see them do jo. About ono hundred years ago ninth used to smoko pipes, but they had letter balanced brains thnn tho women of They had no tlmo oi flirting or for buy luxury, and did not (lit tho mind with lovesick If ono stories. could visit a clgaretto or cigar factory and watch how they aro rolled. I don't think tht Mimtd lo to ready lo ptiuj them between their lips and luhalo "tho nt REMEDY," lrpp PAIN MILLIONS AIB-Lff- tiu Diamond u4tr. lp MARVELOUS DISCOVERY. hl t MEMORY - Ar f l.rUt !!. ff vrr4t M 11-U- ni. " flr,kiK slave-holde- rs 7,V-4- urwf r-- M. W. DUNHAM'S 3,000 tlTN , uul A T-r- Btoek-ralse- lln-rtlln- tc-tnf- f fo-g- 53t iicon-jdstenc- y, y ,i.i te IKSSSS9 cf" Jk41 iiL ziiw EI.IITM: ir A Z lli I. v i -). fc - -- . ' . AMttitllui 08THERN PACIFIC. 0 m nr '" i lall J!J 'Yfft trp -A- 1 ! hn4 ctetl 1i -- 'f? feiiV 2i r tr r.nnu tet .t NEWEST CRAZE! LXVr,HTOCIC-CtUeCeiam0- BlI Rlli:i;t-Uoolloc- akr !' eai . No Mn laf mr, 'MX? 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