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SALE BILLS, on Street nest ENVELOPES, LETTER HEADS. ILL.HEADS, INVITATION'S, tJEORGE WAnnEN, Editor. 1859. Tho Oldost Nowspapor.ln Wostorn Kentucky. l'rlco of Sulisprlntlon, $1.5U CURRENT TOPICa Tntnr I. n big shortage In lb Hool supply. ETC., ETC. HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY. JANUARY BnOKD IN TWO. OVER 1889. VOL. V. IBIO NO. 14. SWINDLE Oall txxxtSL Soo . TJ a. country' Lnrtro Mnea of Rock Kalla From tho HoraoBhoo Fnlip, Jarring lliillillug on the Cai..,ii Side, .much AlariD. THE OCEAN. HUMAN ALMANAC. ca Oscaii Wiluk thinks Kngllih li Kolng to thn bad. HTiiAwnrHiiits are telling at Hn Diego t 3.1 routs a bnikot A oak e or umbrella handle, with time, piece set In, It a norelty. It li laid that gold Iii been discovered lu Franklin Count, Wan. l'mtn (loo owns au Omaha theater, lie can lo his own hissing. (lovrioon llil.h was Inaugurated Nsw Year's day at Albany, N. Y. New Oiu.iana will not I able tooin 1.3,000,000 hottl (or n y.ar. Athens I to have connection with th through European railway route, The State Tr.a.ury of Illinois ha, 4 VTO.J17 on band, anil li out of debt HlXKRAL HaHKISON hai intuiisl hi, lit ior 110,000 In New York company. Ficderlck ha. collected nil Kmpr aWWBif &r MtxatntM vCJtrRarsMsaw band. B110E January I, no car stove can la tud en soy railway iu the State of Nw York. A new volcano la reported from Tobasco. Jinx. It spurts forth large ttreams of hr wntr. Till mileage of railroad. rd year. th. HUte In th United hat morn than doubled p fifteen Wf f xperltncod at the retldenc of OAt.krep- , . . a. ttfl.l-.- , r Milliner, on .uar i.ianu, ton auo half a mile up th rlvir, whirl Uanlner McCmron live. Th ITct of the., di- piacmnts on the contour of the falls I quite mnrkod, the change belug to form u angle tu the orlgual Horse-sbwnn..g-TwtfrfWtiiV- In both caie the noli mad by th falling rocki alarmed the resident In the vicinity on the Canadian ilda. The ru.nlv ton building known a the Table ltock House wc jarred to such degree thai th doors were thrown open, and the occupant, who had retired, jumped out ot bed greatly excited by th4 ummial nolte and vibration of the bullillngreeinbllngior .hiKk 'H m A Niaoara Fa ua, OT., Jan. 7 -- On lait Krldy night a large man of rock fell from the precipice of the Horte.ho. or Canadian Fall, and on Haturdar nlghl lait at 10 i. m. another man brake away. m MORMON ELDERS DEPART. There It mountain town, and early Monday morning they started out through th country, for the purpote of, a. they .aid, .elllng books and alto writing up a rellgloui history of llila county. Hut It has coin out that thry are Mormon missionaries, nd have emnvert, made ievral through the country. Thl Is a rough barkwoodi district, and as soon at It was found out that they were Murmon there was considerable talk of tar and feather. "Ibis morning th natives were a Utile ilarMed by finding a notic tacked . spin csnspicUvUi r.!Ki. Aad it FABMErtSAT A MILti also trail. plrei the gentlemen were each served with a copy of the same. There by a ftuililenlr llluwn Infi Fragment a certain air of grim humor about them Holler r.iplodlng In Their Mlrfit-S- lx I Itrt I.o.l hr an r.nlnrrr' that makes one think they mean business, archist. dtrelrttnett. Pirr.nvROit, Jan. tt At Now Hope, It I. proKel to bate an extenitro park and the gentlemen from Utah hai e deMercer County, AV. Va., a frightful acciat Washington, the exp.nit. to Ixt borne parted A Jointly by Congrst and th Dlitrlct of dent occurred Saturday afternoon. SUFFERED IN BILENOn. Columbia. number of farmer bad gathered at WilI grlil-mlla A French chemltt hai Invented a proceit the custom liam Porter' Iiealli'lleil Cntife.lnn lle.tnrrt to Tree-- it on Haturdays, to get their tuppllet of for treating by which iteel, brous mil I'rl.oner Nenlrnred fur a llrolh- - flour. A nuinl-- tr wer talking In the and tell mttal can be nude at fabulously r' Lilmr. bc!Ierhc-t- e low prices when the boiler exploded, Ht. Paul, Mliw., Jan. 7. Ten year's ago completely wiecklng the mill. Joseph The announcement I. male that PresiJacob Hint w a, sentencod to the penitenV. Kreuch, Tin ma Shield Carter, dent Cleveland will permanently retlde In Georgetown, D. Chatter the dose of his tiary from Dakota County for murder, and John W (turner were instantly killed, lie hat spent th patt Ua years In Still- their bodies being blown Into shred. (fllcial term. The Tope ho written a cordial letter to water, and fully expected to spend the Kll Shield died from hi Injuries of his life at that Pieces of flesh haedroppe from the arms !,t IfiUr,.!, Informing them remaining day th Institution, but th flovemor heard of Wad HhuITelbarger, expo.ing the that he ha lent a rich gift to each of th fwtalu matter which led fclm to lime boner, nnd h dentil will soon come. JeIrish cathedrals. wagon, hare the market In a pardon thl. afternoon. Ilec.nl y the rome Carter and William Cuter were olio brother of thn prlioner dlel, and on bis seriously Injured. The explosion I aid Houth America, and the American wheel dath-be- d coufettod the murder for which to be due to the careleiinen of the engiIwrrow I. to tm mat with in avcry portion bit brother wa then ulTrlng an undeneer in allowing tho water tn the boiler to of China and Japan. terred punlihment Th preildmg judge, run low. Tin explotton wat ot terrific A Mexican .orcere.i hai predicted that the protecutor and other connectei with force. The Learn, were brokon into splinMexico will conquer th United States In th original trial petitioned forth pardon. ters, and pieces of the boiler weighing two IN and .oin ot th Mexican paper .ay Illrd nVr gave any 1iillm.t of Mm hundred pound! were blown three hundred that .he I. Infallible. knowUdg that he vrm .nffeilnj "rer ht. yrdm The number of muicle, In an elephant'i brother' crime. A Polite Hlghwaician. trunk, according to Loudon medical I. 12,122, and h hti ui for each Clovemiale, Cal, Jan. ft A double Oiooodbr li Murchlton. nd ytry oim of them. itnge roblery occurred last night. The Loa A.iOELEt, CaU, Jan. 7. To day the regretted that canvas-bac- k atago from Mendocino City wa It Is to announcement was made, on an: lorlty ot down near Pbllo about 11 o'clock by a duck and terrapin are .carce thl, season, topped who have been In th set ret from these th former selling at 5 per pair and th matked highwayman, who demanded the the first, that Ueorg Oigoodbv tt Pomolatter a high a. JW a dcien. Ireaiure box, and holding a revolver In one na, 1 th author ot th Jtunb ion lotter. band, took the box from the driver with HicmmiTo, Cat., hai pai.e.1 an ordiMr. Oijoo-ibI. a natlv of New York, the other. He thanked the driver, nnd ornance making It unlawful for any penon though hi father Is an Engl .hman by dered hlra to drive on. He then remarked, under tetenteen yeara of a?, toimoka cibirth. Murchlaon It th familv name, and ' Good night, gentlemen." 1 he stage had garette! within the city llmltv Is attached to that ot Osgood! j by maronly gone a ten hundred yards when It "Ir tou don't want to luy, como tn any riage. from Ctoverdale, nnd the how end pet cur cat," It a. friendly Invitamet thn driver remarked he also had boen robbed, tion which a ilgn In front ot a Bedalla Accutlng Amirleaat ol Meddling. but gave no detail. The express fcoes (Jin.) .tore bbtdi out to patter by. HERLtt, Jan. 7. The National Zeitung were all that were taken. Oven fifty w cnuen in Haiti Creek, Mich., see i In the Bamoa dlnster trace of envl-ohav termed a drniircform club, and demeddling on (he part of r ral to the Refutations lor Army and Militia. clared theroielve, agalmt tnittlei, high Oerman pow r In Hainna, etecinlly AmerWabiiioto!i, Jan. ft The third edition hela, tight ahoe. and itlff corteta. icans. The Zeltung says It trusts that the of th work on rifle and carbine firing, preIH'ntJio the pa.t year 1,187 penon comobpared by Captain Stanhope E. Blunt, ot mitted tuiclde. Of thl number 1.K5 were government, once for all, will seek tomakkind by malei and 312 female. Th the Ordnanco Department, hat been apfavorite viate future troubles of the ing rluu and energetic representation proved by tho Secretary of War for the inttbnd of .ulcl'L wai by .hooting. on th subject at Washington. use of tbe army and tnllltla of the illtrorent Tin country hn laid nearly eight thouStates, under the title of "Firing Hegula-tlosand lullra of new railway in lnn and Will Fight Ihei for Small Arms." It will l disthere are only two Htate out of the thirty-eigwhich did not build a ilngl- - mile. TouoxtisOnt., Jan. 7. After two hour' tributed to the army, and will herenfter be The (ierman rifle factorlei are turning; conference, lasting from twelve to two tn authorized guide In all matter perrepeater of Hie hv mttrn uMock, art'clat of agreement were signed taining to the ubject which it cover. out very month. At thl. rate two yent wltl fur the Died ler FijM!3 Doji. N t4 rfrqntrcd to cm the rrguisr- - nnd Oflaat waa tho Jan. f London KMOXVllxr, Txst., place named ami July as the day of the Hrownlng n prominent citizen of Cedar (lovxnion Hit 1. ha appointed George 11. battle. There was no wrangle or disagreeCreek, (Ireen County, lost his life yesterMcClellan, ion of "I.lttle Mao,'an aids on ment of note during th session. day on account of a dog fight. Hrownlng bli tin II. Thl. makei young McClellan a wasout hunting when two of thecanlnes Colonel. Ito It one ot the Wall ttreet Mill Touch Robbed. belonging to hi party got to fighting. The for th llerabU Prmuvnau, Pa., Jan. 7 V cut mail animal were atnirk at by Hrownlng to lxik poach, with the coutents mining, wat At enterprl.lng lecond-han- d ttop tho fight. Tho ahotgun used by him dealer advertJie, "two pound of goo. I on a mall train on the ua. .ll.iiharadl thn rnnlnnta tenrlnir Off no eli" for lata, t let ion li getting down road, near 'Wheeling Junction, thn afterto a fair commercial baili when it I lold noon. The pouoh contained way matter, bis right arm. Tbe unfortunate man died by In. huuu ! butlw.. crs Is &3 loon after. but li value ! nul itiOtWi. e which I. luadM with an- clue to the robber. The Ths Trunk Thlel Bound Over. thracite and which ported when the car CiilCAOO. Jan. tt Tliot. W. Vines, the In a lad accident, I again leave ths track Woman's Deilh Wtrrtpl Signed. hero of the Adams and Westlako robbery In the corner, burning for reveng upon llanniRnuno, Pa., Jan. 7, -- dovernor and Ht. I.oul trunk mystery, wa held In have abu.ed It. thoie who l.yon yeatorday 3,000 ball by Jmtlce signed the warrant for the flre.1 Into a Tentiet.ee negro Duvr A Kl'LLET execution ot Mr. Harab Jane Wbftellng, morning, tie refused to tnlk and waived tb who wa dealing npiir, atruea liliuln Mr. W. Mauglar, ot tho of Phlladelphla.convlcted of the poisoning examination. right arm, ran up to the ihouMcr, patio of her husband and two children, nnd set Adam nnd Westlnke Company, .aid he to the left aide, twitted around two donn accompauled Detective Haas to St. Louis the 37th day ot March next forth hanglib. and hopped at hla feet. ing. J and recoveied (3,031 fioni Vine. Dlt once la unknown In Houth Carolina. Marriage li for life, nnd there no provl-Io- n Miners Dashed to Diath. "Q" Slrlk Stlllod. fur IU .lI.n'ut!ou. On thli accrnnt It "mjww" 'V'i Jn. tt While de ' 0'' Ulk CHICAOO, Jan. ".The I laid that there li leu marital Infelicity ha finally ben declarod off, Ibe Comcendlng tho shaft In Ku. 2 Lelsenrlng y than there I In any other State. the rope of the cage pany wilt not follow up the black list, and coal mine broke, letting tho cage fall a dlstniiue ot A cimit ot Kictno, Cal, liantarted a the old men will be employed w hen needed Win, 'lio.tuin farm. II will alto raUa large where the N the bost men available. flv hundred feet, with Win. Clark, Farn and Samuel Shearer, to the bottom of qnantltiea of pertlmmon and weotpota-toe- ., The strike commenced February 27, 1(nS, the abaft, killing nil three Instantly. and hi dinner In the fall of the year will dllTuto joy thiotigbout the commuDistress al Panami. The Pope's Sympathy. nity. Jan. 7. A telegram was A letter from Dublin, There were III perioni lynched In the received nt tb Navy Depaitment to. day wn read Jnn. tt In the churche the Pope of the United KtntM lnt year, and of thetn 101 four thousand laborer emDlocrte ot Downand Connor tympathltlng wern In the Houth. Of thn entire number saying that ot I. ft Cebrn Cut, Panama, have with ths Irish people In their present .uttwere ployed all wero malei but ono, ilxty-ievedisering nnd prnlslng their remarkable fortiwere negroe nnd just been dlichargod, and that great white, tetonty-fou- r tress prevail In oonteiimnco. tude. three Indlam. Miuliitn's-rnnllboContract lor Torpedoes. has broken out y Amit New Year, what? Not much, unWasiii.mitov, Jan. tl A contract hat til the coining of the (llnrloui Fourth of in a now place Ho hod boon visiting July, ix month ahead. Our bolldty are ono of hla nclioolmatcs, and ho cniuo been executed by the Secretary of the Tbunkiglvlng, distributed. lint well Mnmma," Navy with the Hotchkin Ordnance Comback with it Borlous fuco. pany, ot Washington, for thirty Howell Chriiimas and New Year, all In a bunch, liosiiUl, giio--a It U nil right with "I torpedoes for JGrt.OOO, ami ten ni it wrr. Then a weary waiting among that ploco of pootry you told mo about. launching apparntui for $JS,0J. the boyi fo." alx inontht for tb firework. 'Ho Dooth AU Thine Well.' " "Oh. A riCUUAitLY novel letter ha Juit lieen Relieved ol a Lizard. Indood," said nmdnm, "nnd why?" ent by nil Inhabitant of Hath, Kng, to a y Tohosto, O.nt., Jan. tt Phytlclant friend at Trowbridge. It wa written In "Well, I think ho did tho Hqtmro thine relieved Mn. John Hawkins of tt ihorthand on the back of a poitago ttnmp, In giving mo to you Inatcnd of to Mrs. being In ordinary writing. Diinnop. For boon on or thoro litard eight Inches In length and one Inch the addrot In dlametor. Sho ha been treated for vaThe mliilvo wo dropped Into, the latter-bo- x throo bourn, and I know I novor could rious diseases and sulTerlng great pain for and wai stand that womant" Ilohton llcitcon. at tho general yenr. m duly delivered at it destination. Higher Duly on Imports Into Mexloo. " Kdwnrd," tukod tho propiletor, Tuxmott powerful artificial light In Wasihnoton, Jon ft The H tot Departii mppoted to be on nt Ht. Cath" how uro thoso sovon-dollment bat been notified that the Mexican erine' lighthouio, In the Ile of Wight, "Not vory woll, sir." Qovcrnment, February, will which I citlmated to be more than " How much do thoy cost ua?" "Tlioy an additional after of two per cent collect candle-poweduty on all cost four dollars and forty- - sovon contH imports, the proceeds of which are to b A Ntono In Home, ua., nreamed on guoss you'd bettor devoted to harbor Improvement tit Vera night that he died the day before at noon. not." " Woll, I Crux and other port. He arrange I the day following the dream mark thorn up to eight dollars, ond went home, lay on hi bed, put thom In tho window, with a card for the Tortures ol a Dry 6unday, went to ileep and never wakened, having laying thoy must bo Bold out rogardloeu PlTTSnunuli, Pa., Jan. ft Joseph Crawdied while aileep. ol cost." ford, a well known brass workor, stabbed . At Init a high authority the Philadelha explained th tecretot th phia Pre It is astonishing how many old tlmselt twice near the heart at tbtnlDank afExchange Hotel on Third avenue Injury reiulting from rlgarcttta. It loyi & euoeoesful man u!woy ternoon heinuso bo could not get a drink. that "the carbonic monoxldo In the nmoke flnila ho used to huvu. Somei vlllo Pltt.burgh Is u diy tnwti on Sunday. II ileoxyBenate the blood." Thl I Journul. will piobubly die. and rerfeitlyjiaralytliiK. n bnrie-raolng .how It More than 10,CO)n cath hat been paid out In the search for the murderer of Hnell, of Chicago. legnl It 1KM there; were eighty-sevevie ullcnt In the Unlt.4Ht.tet, Mew York leading with nine. The new President of Hwltwlwl U nanieit Hammer, He li expected to lilt th. nail on the head eTery time. At the requnt of Emperor William lu Pruttla on Kunday and holy day. ha. been topeI. II. 1'. Cheatimm, who ha. been elected to Congreii fruin the Second North Carolina Dl.trlct, In sl.very. Tn it mayor of Chicago baa atkfd th courts for deflulU Inttrucllon. a, to the extent of hla power In dealing with An- la laid to to a general decline In Intercut In ruutlc. Money receipt, Thr AreBeriteil la Ituli ,ir lake the Cou.rqueuc. rAYETTEVlLtE. tt. Va., Jan t-- A ago aeien men Inuiled in thli little few-da- With Nolle tn '! Ilaek trn a! The I'arl. C Ilrowna Wreck and Sunk In the Mliilitlppl A rnneiiger and Keren f the Crew Drowned. New OrlkaMr, Jan, 0. Th (Inking of the Cincinnati steamer Pari C Urown at Hermitage, near Hayou Sara, and IP) miles above New Orleans, make the ninth river disaster that has occurred on tho Mississippi near this city In the last threa week. About ten minute after nine o'clock last night, when th llrown wa near Hermitage, the wat sighted by the steamer Oliver Helrne, then landed there, to mnk a landing. The llrown waited In th middle of the stream for the Helrne to back out, and when the latter did so lie Urown attempted to make a landing, but In doing so struck a snag or log which projected a foot from the river. Her hog chain gave way and the bont broke In two, the cabin falling In amidships, and tho ontlro boatbeccsilnga complete wreck In two or three minuter. The sUMtAl.rJ vorr.onv.Qa,t.J- -, r. and ' rWrvr.0ie "panto among th The captain and crerrdld nil In their power, but they could do nothing to save the teamer,and devoted themslv to using their axes and cutting loose the boat on th deck. Thl took some time to do, and In the meaiiithlle the llrown wa linking deeper and deeper Into the water. Fortunately William (Hat., of Hermitage, heard the crushing noli made a, the nag went through the steamer, aprang Into his klff lying nt th river bank and went to the anlstaticn of the linking Ne.tcl. Khe wo aurrounded by hogtheadt, boxes and other piece ot her freight and wreckage, but he got ne.r enough to take oft the lady chambermaid and other. be made several trip to the boat, and thus took oft the greater portion of th crew. The Urown wat within a few yard of the shore at the time of the accident. Otherwise the loss ot life would have been much greater. The crew got to hore by mean of floating hogiheads, lumber, etc. A cabin panenger from Vtckiburg, named Miller, was drowned, together with seven ot th craw. . FloodB CnuBo n Houao to Collapse Killing Twolvo Pooplo. Utile dirt Slurderrd and HorrlMy ated fither Foreign Item. Mutil- Home, Jan. 4. The flood are extending toHnitla, and have dono much damage.1 In one house, which collapsed, twelve per son were killed. Loxiioir, Jan. i. New of tbe terrible murdor of a little girl In a field close to a village road In Somersetshire, with much tbe same general detail as those In the caso ot the boy murdered at Hradford lait week, ha been receive,), Cairo, Jan. 4 The authorities have Information from Khartoum Indicating that the white rasua I Htanley. Dum.iy, Jan. 4. Mr. lid ward Harrtpg- ion, ninur ot I'arllament. wpojra se- publishing In bis paper, the Kerry Bentt nI, reports concerning meotlng of sup. prened tranche ot tbe National League, y wa transferred from the Tralee to the Tullamoro jail, whero he Is to undergo He wa hit Imprisonment attired in prison garb. 1! EH Lis, Jan. 4. Seven skaters were drowned In the Ludwlg Canal at Nurem-bur- g nlrtb.Mark Which Change With the Monn TVIileli Coloring Denote It I'h.iel Willi Kiactne. Co.iNiLLSviLLK, Pa.. Jan. 3, Connells- '111 hat a freak who It of immense valuo ts litm.r. In nnl lli.lprran, In.l totb.ut.r.t!tlrm.L,.,t. who cut th.lr stir and Dnger-nall- s at certain stage of lie moon. The freak Is James IL Ilother- Bal, a carpenter, possested with a peculiar at tbe base ot hi brain. It It naturally cr.ient In sbnpe and Uulsh In color. A the moon I tuning tbe flrit quarter the mark tecomes a reddlih hue, and the swell-kof the flesh below It, extending across the neck to the right shout-4V- r Is perceptible. Tbe mark becomos ndder as the moon grows older, and the Cms) swells correspondingly. When the loon Is full the crescent It ot a bright red. horn-Ilk- a rollover ha Beth assume ta.thteknea ahMiM et.as FIFTIETH CONGRESS. TfAimnOTOK, et petitions were presented. . Second Benton. Jan. 8. SxHATb ..ln. birth-mar- k g, dlag-oial- ly I grows t ib.nlder. At tbe large as the moon become full, to it dtcreatct In slro as tbe moon wanet, and when the moon It quite dark then It nothing to bo teen but the blue-Iscreicent-shape- d mark. Mr. Rotber-psuffers no Inconvenience by enlargement of tho neck, nor does he endure much pain. Ho need iio almanac to tell the change In the moon, tlmply placing hit Dublin, Jan. 4. Tbe eviction ot tenant, band on the mark to tell the condition. on the Olphert estates at Falcarrngfa, While going to school the scho ars and teacher often observed tbe changes tn County Donegal, was continued and wonderel at tbe Tbeevlctor w ent to the house of a tenant the named Doogan, but found tho place de- remarkable regularity with which they ua fended by a (.core of men nrmed with occurred. rifles, who had Intrenched themselves IGNORANT, DUT PRETTY. behind the loopboled wall. Tbe priests who accompanied the evlctor entreated A llrooklyn dirt Marries Ktery Man She the defender to leavo the house, but Meets. the men refused to pay any attention to New York, Jan. 3. Louisa McAllister them. Tho riot net was then read, li the name and eighteen years the age ot and the soldier were about to fire on th an Ignorant and good looking girl In bouse, when the magistrate stopped them Irooklyn who was discovered to and notified the party In the house that he be a trlgnralst It was news to her, the would give them an hour In which to re- stld, having never learned that there frain from the courso they would pursue. were laws against It. She says when After thn expiration of the hour the de- driven from borne three yean ago she fender, announced that Ihny would not married Joe Hlnck. He detorted her, and uie tbelr rifle. The bailiff and police while In Providence, Tt L, looking for him, then attacked tbe houte, and, after a she met and married John Dooley. He desperato druggie, were repuUed. Final- proving to be a mere boy and unable to ly tbe priest perauadod the men to support her she left him, came back to During tbe fight a police Intpoctor Brooklyn, where the made the acquaintwat badly wounded. ance of John McAllister, to whom tbe Is bow wedded. birth-marh, al birth-mary ait jpnspSiinw 'm" the tariff bill was resumed. t0 adlOUrD.lL 0CII.-- A bill wa passed rrtntlng thirty toys annual leave to employes of the Bureau ot Printing snd Engraving) also a bill prohibiting attorneys from charging a fee for securing aa tacrtise of pension, but permitting a contract with any person In the State where an applicant lives, at the Tate of three dollars for each ease. A joint resolution wai Introdoocd forth sdmlislon of ldabo snd Artrena. A bill was pasted providing for the delivery ot letters' tilth the trecfal delliery stamps whcieoo. lawful pottage has been emitted, and for the collection ol tbe amount due. Tbe river aud harbor bill was taken up, At4Unp.m.the'He adjourned. WAsninOTOS, Jan. 8. Siwatiu The rotors-tlo- n herttotore offered to Mr, Veorkce. call- lis on ths Sceretanr of the Interior lor a lltt M ym, CM A number Consideration of At 0 p. m. th Sea l.t. 1 t THE COMMONWEALTH. l'roce.t of IteOnlna; Tbe Louisville and Nashville railroad F I Km a tmtll-Tti- a Con- fliiKeli.ma Find Themselves la. d I. Charged ot euil employ vulilltCt&i with the reoent fiardstown Junction acciIt.OfO.ooo Wrunr Item the '' Wealthy American and En- - dent Mrs. J. O. Cm n, of Lexington, died a , Jsa. 5 It has..,- - .. dls- - few day ago at the age ot 102. mstbeen .i. rM.Nu cuiiibuii.ia uuru uuu Isaac W. Justis has ben appointed . li.u. BtwiQuieu out ui over postmaster at Lee, Butter County, vice F. f..t HentyCTrlcnd, now dead, M. Erabry resigned. Rrtuth an alleged method of LABonxna or at work with ihovel and r oy electricity. pick on tbe long.talked-o- f extension ottha Tears ago strlend exhibited O. V. railroad from Princeton to Hopkins-vlllWonderfully puro sugar and I'll had boRi ronnod by an It M. "Oeadles, at May field. 1 discovered by him. About M Induced taVmerlcmu ahd hat tnaae an assignment. Liabilities mostly secured by pwonal Indorselists sr to organlM" f ,svgar by ments. Nominal assets. $11,000. I tbf ratal MfiVect a taetery. He re- - Nr.AR Uopkinsville, a little son of Nancy iOiM socret, saying thattt Owen, colored, while left alone in her ile, and carried on his cabin was fatally burned. uniy no ana m V.. workmen ! "w Jt m o. s, 116,-f1- 0, ttl l. LOADED WITH WATEU. A A Monsler War Vessel. to-d- Hoy Killed In a Manner. Jto.t Ktlraonltnarj .r:t 1 AiU'1 e New OnLEAXR, Jan. 4. Yetterday Noah Stropp, n thirteen-year-ol- d white boy, wat killed at hit father' home, on Lepage troet. The manner ot bit death I inott unuiuaL All tbe rear portion of hi akull was blown away by a charge of water fired from an old array musket, a relic of The loy and hi tbe war. (later, younger than hlmielf, were playing together tn the kitchen. Bocurlng an old muiket which had not boon fired for twenty-iove- n yoart, he tbe barrol from tho dock, filled tho barrel with water and placed the mux-il- o end tn the Ore of tho ttovo. Calling hla little elater to "come aud hear tho water In tbe barrel boll," he leanod over t and iIacu III. weapon. A he did to tho explosion occurred and the boy wat instantly killed, boiug blown several feet away and having his bead nearly corrlod off. The barrel of tho musket contained a charge which had been placed In It during the war. The boy wa not awaro of thl and wn merely In search of fun. Wealth In New York, Jan. 3. Private Information ot wis received at Cattle Garden tb launching recently of a new war ship by tbe Italian Government The vessel Is called He Umberto, nnd her displacement Is 13,193 ton, or 1,3.'8 tons more than tbe Trafalgar and Nile, England's two largest war vessels. The new war ship I four hundred feet long, nnd bat a beam of iventy-l- x foet. She draws nineteen feet of water. Her sides have three sheet ot tteel, and her speed It eighteen knots an hour. Two sister ships of Re Umberto are bslng constructed at bpeztlo, and will soon b launched. Dynamite Under a Freight Train. Heading, Pa, Jan. 3. A quantity of dynamite was exploded on the track ot Mlhanoy'ane'a.-s'n- ' Inn were narllv wrecked and the town I was badly shaken up. Tbe rails w ere torn tip for a distance of twenty foet and an barely averted to a fast sccident wa freight train. The explosive Is supposed to have been placed on tbe track by Noons wn Injured. s. .w.lgjti. of final receipt, ond certified therefor, durlnc the present Administration for causes other than voluntary relinquishments, was tahen up and agreed to. Mr, Mitchell offered resolutions (which were agreed to) calling on the Secretaries of War and Interior for copies of records and paper relatlto to the service ot volunteers In Washington and Idaho Territories In the Nei Pcrccs war of 1S77 The tariff bill was taken tip snd tbe cotton thread schedule considered until i p. m., when the Senate adjourned. House. After the passage of some unimportant bills, a resolution wa reported from the Committee on Ilule providing that during tho remainder ot the session thcro should be no call of States for the Introduction of bills on suspension Mondays. Thli would prevent filibustering on those days, and the flllbutttrs Interested made the point of no quorum. Progress was thus stopped, and at 3 p. m. tbe House adjourned. WAsniNGTOK, Jan 4. -- Senate. Tbe prestd Ing officer presontcd a message from the President supplementary to that of Wednesday last Inclosing two copies of telegrams sent In cipher by tho Secretary of State to the American Minister aiPekln (which has been omitted). Referred to the Committee on Foreign Relations. Mr. Sherman reported a resolution, hlch was agreed to, calling for all correspondence and Information touching the recent occurrences tn IlartL A resolution was reported fxpresdng disapproval of the connection ot anr European Government with the construction or control of the Panama Canst Tbo tariff bill was considered until 5 p, m , when tbe Senate adjourned until to morrow. House. Mr. O'Neal (Pa.) presented a memorial of the Philadelphia Hoard of Trade ask. Ing that an appropriation be made for the establishment ot bouies of refuge at Point nar row and at East Cape, Siberia, and for tho repair of tbe steamers Dear and Thetis. Referred. Nicaragua Canal bill was passed, with several amendments regulating the Issue, of stock and disclaiming responsibility on the part of tbe United States. The resolution abolishing tbe call of States for tbe introduction ot bills oa first and third Mondajs, was called up, and filibustered against after a debato on the rights of tbe minority At 4 p. m. tho House adjourned until Washington, Jan. 5, Sen ate Tho Panama Cniial rvMilutlon declaring the Monroe doctrtno tn that connection was debated. It finally went over until Monday Tbo tariff bill was then taken up. At 4 15 p. m. the Senate adjourned. House. Tho bill to divide the Sioux Reservation In Dakota was reported. Tbe resolution to abolish tbe call of States on the first and third Mondays was called up. On ordering the previ ous quesUon the vote stood yeas 58. nays SO, :4o quorum. A eauot w. House was ordered. and Navy Department! to lend meirDunuug for decoration purposes on March 4. At 3:13 the Home adjourned, WASHINGTON, Jan. 7. SENATE. Mr. Iloar, from the Judiciary Committee, reported back the Senate bill to abolish circuit court rowers In certain district courts In the United Slates, and to provide for writs of error tn capital cases. A bill was passed to provide for writs of error in capital eases tn Arkansas and Indian Territory t alio to establish a land district In New Mexico. Both bills passed last session, but failed to liecome laws for want of tbe Tbo Panama Canal Prtstdent's signature. resolution wa considered In secret session. At J W p. m. the Senate adjourned, having previ. cutty agreed to vote on the tariff bill January V.1, Instead of January SI. House, Tbe ronteit over tho proposed change in tbe rules was resumed. A call ot the Houte showed Sit member tone present but on votes ordering the previous question, the fUibusters declined to vote, and left the House without a quorum. The right continued throughout the day until adjournment at 5 m In the meantime t- of tho com pany was "boomed" U. (jm threo times its par value. Friond liD began to unload. Suddenly he dlod. The officers of the company suspoctot nothing wrong until a four days ago, whan it was fcund that Mrs. Friend mdSll who bad boon connected with tho fuctory had disappeared, Mrs. Friend leaving word that sho had gono to the West President Cottrell, Treasurer Robertson and a sumbor of stockholdors proceeded to the factory and Invaded tho secret rooms. Nothing was found but icycm! machines tor crushing cubes of sugar. An investigation was at onco sot on foot and ttwas discovered that not a pound of ruw sugar had boon rtfiuml tu tho factory. Quantities of refined sugar, chiefly cubes, had been purchased by Friend and prepared In somo socret spot with a chemical liquid which eliminated tho ordinary Impurities found In all sugnrs. The "doctored" sugar was then carUd to ths factory in bags purporting to contain raw sugar. Tbe chemical usod had crystallzod tbo cube to a largo extent and when they were broken they had a finer appearance and quality than sugar was ever known to possess. Mrs. Friond and thoso connected with her received a largo sum ot monoy In cash from tbo company for tho process and a heavy block of tho stock, which was disposed of, partly In England and partly hero, nt a prlco away beyond Its par value. Just how many persons wero Interested in tho scheme does not seem clear, nor will tho officer of tho company tell Just how much money was paid to them, although thoy admit that, adding tbo cash and tho proceeds from tho stock together, thoy must havo realized a sum approximating tiOO,-00- ,tlt Flc5i &0tm&' fort c rM ,! KJ The first spike on the KentuoA-railroad was drivon on the 4th, at Frank- iani v Prcsldont Cottrell has loft the city for the purposo ot procuring the arrest of Mrs. Oltvo Friend and William E. Howard. London, Jan. C Tho sensation In Birmingham over the revelations regarding Company has tbo Electrlo boen Increased by alarming cablegrams. holding of stock Is suld to bo The legal Ono of the principal stockholdors 20,000 has departod for America to Inqulro personally Into tho matter. Tbo stock fell greatly tn Bltmlngham and Liverpool FriHugar-Hcflnln- g day. BLOODSHED IN A . up-sta- ut people of JacksoniHirt, three miles from here, were thrown Into a Hurry ot excitement thit morning by a rumor that a very largo amount of money and valuable treasure h d been dug cut ot the ground near the residence of Jack Hartln during the night A skeleton, supposed to bo that of a woman, lies on lop ot the ground, having been taken out of tbe aepulcher In which tho treasure wa also entombed. Another Victim. DiTiiotT, Newport, i Sepulc'ier. An., Jan. 4 Ths The Kale Adams Horror. MEwrms, Tenn., Jan. 3. Tbe United States Inspectors who are Investigating the burning of the steamer Kate Adams o lavs obtained evidence which satisfies persons were lost them that forty-twof fourteen, as tbey reported several days ago. It now appears that eighteen children among tho deck passengers and tin of the boat's crew perished in addition , to tbe victims already noted. Letter. Box Thieves Sentenced. To-datt nt f0) lamp trimmer in the employ of the Ilruth Electric Light Company, while fixing light this morntnir. receited a (hock ot electricity and fall to tho floor from hi ladder. He died tn a tew minute. Five Millions lor ths Indians. Washi.n iIon, Jo u. 4. The tho House Committee on Indian Affair ha completed the Indian appropriation bill. It appropriates about .000,. 000, which I a reduction of about $500,000 from tho previous bill. Micil, Jan, 1,-- Wm. Forbes, y Judge Blod-eeChicago, Jan. 3. sentenced Oberkainpf and Mack, the tw omen who have been on trial here for ome time past for stealing letters from to ths penitentiary the street -- Obrrkampf's sentence being ior uve . Mack's for three. letter-boxes, yeiud Gk..NLVA, ' to-d- much-tallcd-- Kllraln-fcniltTn- tJ He Lett. t. M s,t Neh., Jan. 3. A man named A. C. Roberts, of this place, who had u mania tor insulting ladles, was taken outot jail to the woods, strung up five times snd left unconscious on tho ground with a notlco pinned to hi coat ordering him to leave tbe country. He has not boon teen ttnee. l'an-hand- lo car-atov- Dwellings ol Evicted Settlers Wrecked. Magazine Blowi Up. Dks .Moines, Jan. 4. It was ditcovered Chattanooga, Jan. 3. A powder and on the Knell j cstcrday that several land, fiom which aetller had been dynamite magazine at Inman, Tenn., was elcted, have been almott totally wrecked. blown up yesterday, totally demolishing Snell say It la tho work of river land set tbe magazine, but no one was hurt The force ot the explosion was felt fifteen miles tlers or sympathizer. ho'i! away. Another Governor Wants High License. y 1 - Col., Jan. 4. The biennial meisngoof Governor Adamt was delivered It to the (lenernl Assembly shows the State to be In an excellent conHo recommends tbe passage ot a dition. high license law. DKNVKn, Wanamaker on the Black List Wasiiinq n, Jan. a It Is said that Wanamakei'a appointment as n Cabinet officer would be resented by werktngmen, for thn reason that ho is on the black II. t of all the labor orgaulzations lu the country. m m 1 Kr' the name of this at noon place, then a village, was changed from Vnndt'iheydon' Forry to Troy, and In honor of the oent the cltltons are holding high carnival. Contest Leon C Duchesne, who was the Hepubllcan candidate for Congres In tbe bixth D strict, has srred notlco of contest on Colonel T, It. Btockdnle for tho teat In the 1 Iftyllrit Tcot, Y, Troy's Centennial .Tin 4 it l Ju.tim yruu and Kastaskoa. Many penon wero killed and a number of buildings were destroyed. - Killed by an Earthquake. St. PETinsuUBO, Jan. 3. Severe earth-ipiek- e In Khojend .hooks wern felt y Death ol an Old Citizen. S, Natchez, Nolico ol Congressional Jan. Misb., 4 He was ono hundred and fifteen years old. j A Wilton, Minn., Jan. 3. David Irwin, a re.ldent of this place, died nnd was buried Treasurer Short. F, W. Gilcreate, county y n Congrci. Anothor Gas Well In New York. Kluiiia, N. Y., Jan. 4, A strong vein ot natural gas ha been struck In fjteuben County. 1 ho gns w a. struct at a depth ot TiXJ feet, nnd in tho llrst rush the drills and cailng wero blown out. Great excitement prevails in that county. Died Because treasurer ot Montgomery County, Tex., Is short In his accounts (1,000. Last View Taken Iron a Gibbet Mays Landino, N. J., Jan. a The crlm Austin, Jan. a auto-mobll- e l'e pott-ofllo- e, fanner near this city, committed suicide lait night Tbe tnuno imlgnod by taking luorplilui). li that her parents prevented her from luarrj lug tho man of her choice. n IIanmiial, Mo, Jan. blnn, daughter of n She Couldn't Marry. 4. Miss Htella suffered for which Robert Elder y tbe death penalty was the murder of bit father, Win. John Elder, on tbe afternoon of Saturday, August 4, ltH Young Elder and bis father was about twenty-seve- n about sixty year of age. Omaha, Jan. a Tho town of Springer, laid out November SO, nnd Oklahoma, Indian Territory cattlemen olecte l officers. Docembor 15 tho population was fifty, December 31 It was five thousand. s . . A Town ol Quick Growth. iii. m i- i- '" wutcho-aolllng- 7,000,-fX- r. Arrested lor Train Robbery. OiiEE.N wools Miss.. Jan. 4. fl Allen-ilal- o, who, It Is snld, was a momberof the been nircstod here James gun,:, hii for complicity In the Duck Hill train rob- Cold Weather In Russia. bery. fur-tra- Enforcing the Prohibitory Laws. UiiiLiMiTov, U., Jan. 4. Amoe for tbe enforcement of the prohibitory biw took place Thuisday. Tho herlff made n raid on a wholesale establishment an 1 seized Bt. Petehsduiki, Jan. a One hundred persons were frozen to and seventy-tlvi- i death In Ekntorberg. A ral road train was near Till Is, and fourteen of the passengers froze to dtnth. Twenty other wero badly frost bitten, and a relief party were lost. snow-Lound Belter to Uso a Crock. scbool-follow- B about two hundred barrels of whuky and one bundled cniei of wine. Tho Hotel Duncan saloon wai alio subjected to a sail. Mnyoi Duiuan lithe liotel pivprle-to- i. ' Ia., Jan. a-- At a dinner party given by Charln Wilson, residing several miles north, on New Year's day. his fsm-ll- y and pine guets wero poisone I by par. taklhe of meat salted in a vessel luadoof tluc. All iioln ajorlouijondltlpu. CnESTON, Meager Detail. 8x An LB, 17. T., Jan, 8. Since New Year's there has beon much wrangling the Knights of Labor and the Minors' Union, two rival organizations In tho town of New Castle, little eighteen nillos from hero. Trouble arose over a Miners' Union nan being given a preference over a Kn got Friday tho Knights of Labor Logan an attack upon the Miners' Union. A forco ot thirty Knights cot tho telegraph Unas, stationed sentinels, tod began assaulting tho men at tbe mines. Tbo attacking party afterwards boarded tho 0 o'clock train at New Caitlo armed with rlflos and rode to Coal creek. Atthls point the regular forco of tho Miners' Union was attacked by tho Knights with ovcry kind of misstlo. Tho train was on a trestle, snd somo ot tho loaders wero driven and thrown off, falling sovooty foot or more. The Knights then returned to Now Castle acd assaulted tbo mou thcro Duncan Ross was Foreman again. p. tn. Mularkoy Tcrrcuco Injured. badly waa ualnr bis Winchester upon tbo Weston Lealii und a little buy, TJijab Unionist, to tho Minors' Union Gravett, wero killed on tbe 2Slh by a men brought out tbolr rlllos and opened instil wlillo tbe ttelo Walking On firo on the Knights. Throo men fell a trestle near Atlanta. Their names are not yet known. Tbo Mrh. Ruth Ann E.nolams, a widow, sharlff, with a posso, went to Now Cusllo leildlug near RMng Sun, Friday attcrnooo, and as tho lightaged ilxty-fivho tailed for Cecil County, Md., was asvilted and ing was cry flcreo badly hurt Mtephen Farrell, aged thirty, tho mlllt a. Tho latest reports are to tbo effect that tbo trouble is about was arret toil on suspicion, nnd Mr. Engovor. A train arrh cd lato Friday night land identified him a ber assailant with one corpse. B. K LTobut ol tho The loss ot life by tbe Kate Adams dis Minors' Union, who was injured, says ho aster has been reduced, by a careful count wa first .aod by tho bad shot of a to nineteen or twenty persons. Knight snd was then clubbed down with A C0L0IIED man named Isaac Carey was tho butt end ot tho gun. Othors experimurderod by his brother, In tbe Freedman's ences wero llko his. Exact detull uro uut Hospital nt Wathlngton. now obtainable C. C. A3TW00D, for six years past the THE IMMIGRATION PROBtEM. TJ. 8. Consul at San Domingo, has been dltmltsed In disgrace from his position. letter, rrom Tre.lileiit Cleveland, SecreThe miners ot Southern Illinois have tary lltvard and Other btateiiuen on organized a branch of tbe National Federthe Subject. ation of Miners. LotjiSTiLLE, Ky., Jan. 6. Borao tlmo A vote taken by a Dakota paper on the ago the boclcty for tbo Promotion of queition of single or double Statehood Freedom and Right a strong Gorman of oriranliatlon In this city, addressed shows Ihul little mora than those nntwerlng nro tn favor ot division lotter. to President Cleveland, Secretary of btato Ilayard nnd leading and admission as tws States. Senators and Congressmen, asking for The horrible murder ot n boy by a London milkman is the latost murdor soma-tlo- n their views on tbo subject of Immigration. numthere, tbe boy's body being inti Hated Answer havo been rcco vod from a who ber, Including President Cleveland, in th manner of Jack lhs Hipper' vic Mated that bl vlowa wero fully set forth tims. In bl annual message, and ho hod nothing A nkw revolutionary group has been to sdd but that tho subjoct was ono w orthy In Paris, calling Itself the Com- - of tho doopest consideration. formed luuiia. Secretary Ilayard answorcd that by Evkiit Chicago aldermau w ho voted for vlrtuo of his position It would not bo piop- has received a White crlor him to express an opinion. an elevated railway benator John T. Morgan thought that Cap notice ot warning. The United States has filed suit at St tbe Central Europouu nations furnish Paul against the Northern Pacific railway good citizens, and Immigration from thoso countries should bo encouraged for 10,000,000, for timber cut from GovernSenator J. with proper restrictions. ment lands. S. answered that tho C g trust nt St Louts Chinese Ulackburn bo The rigidly should was a failure, Italians tho and that t Mrs. CUumplgnon "I wlbh to buy are In nowlso beneficial to this country. a thermometer." Dealer "Yos, madThe ranama Canal's Trouble.. How would this answor your am. riXAMA, Jan. 5 Work on the canal Is "Ia being lessenod dally and Its total suspenjiurpose?" Mrs. Chumplunon sion la feared. This would throw thouthnt quicksilver solid or plated?" sands of mon out of work, und tbo Amorlca. Idomblan Government in anticipation ot circular to tbo has Tho man who wrote tho horolo trublo, from addressedcountries protesting c nsuls foreign Mo Llko 11 Soldlor Fall." ujalnst any responsibility being Incurred song: " Let novor wont out on a dnrk night nnd by It should tho most sooro mousures uomuu luvo to bo adopted to maintain onlor. Tbo tripped lilmnoll upon n toni-piInstructu tent In u camp whoro boldlors ol tho tonsuU aro roimeatod to obtain ot ions lny (lreamlntr.-- N. O. Picayune. tbclr for the transportation of citizens lotflon sovorul oountrios from tho Isthmus m t la caso of a total collapso ot work. At a I'ounff Men's Debating Club or the H.iiir Mrlke of the " IJ " In Red IJluIT.Cttl., tho following Term, of the feettleiueiit Kept discussed: "Dooia chlmcin Secret. vacuum dovottr Micom ruminating In Cuicauo, Jan. a Tbo confcrcuco between tbo officials of tbo Durllngton road Intentions?" Itbroko up tho club. tod tho striking engineers nnd fireIt mnkos a very stout man feol his men, was concluded Friday ovon-IIt was docldod that tho striko stoutness moro thnn over to ylold his iould bo declarod off, tbo terms of to n lady, und then scat in n Btroot-ca- r to balug agrecablo tho bavothreoof thom plump Into It nnd hurt settlement railroad officials and tho Tho latol room. und firemen tho engineers havo plenty t otcopt ter declined to make any What Is an edition do luxe?" tUt every thing had been settled uraica by. It Is auUF that cno of the Item ajked a oti.touier In rittuburgh book agreed upon was that the striker would utoro. "It Is Mmply on edition do nut bo bluokllsted, aud that thoy should bo ock ven employment at fast as vacancies lnuk," wii tho conclusive oply. curred. coal-minine, five-sixtcotton-bagginm n quos-tlonwra "Ifiif """, :.rfsJnr is1 ni'ir E, Bvno-O'Neal, a wealthy young farmer of Keen, has filed suit for divorce against his wife, Mary Frances O'NeaL on the ground of deseition. Mks. Sam Barklet, of Nlcholasvllle, waT,Jly frightened the other night by a burly co1o.d man concealed In her wardrobe. When h wat iurprted ho wat preparing to make Way with her dresses. husband camo to tBa rescue, but tbe rascal eicaped. v colored Sallie Wai.i, the girl who was so brutally mistreated by two boy at Salubrla, Christian County, died of her Injuries a few nights ago. The girl had been left at home with tbo two Wilson boys, who llrst (tripped her, and, tying ber to a boat her In a most inhuman manner. They thou turn hr body Into tbe fire, where her eyes wern burned out, and she was otherwise fatally Injured. Lexington's expenses during the year just closed were $27,000 roorethnn receipts. In order to retreuch three policemen were discharged on the 4th, leaving only sixteen to patrol the town. Aconimlttce of council also recommended tho discharge ot halt the principals of the city schools. Two of Newport's greatest Industries closed down on the 4th, an J over one thousand people are thrown out of employ-meThe pipe foundry closed for lack of ordors and repairs, and tbe rolling-miwent down because the partners could not agree aud partly foe financial troubles. NrAn Uopkinsville, George Willis was outlt.11' ngwitha party of frlen It, and bad ra'aed I li gMn to flreupon some b p'.s. when It suddenly exploded In his bauds, knocking him senseless and inflicting injuries from which he can not recover. Daniel. C. Settle is the new postmaster at Kennedy, Christian County, the office having been removed from Klnsleytown. The contracts for building the Iron bridge across itouh river, which divides Urayson and IrAiulJg& Counties, at Feter'a Cave, were let a few day ago. Tb Champion Brldgo Company, of Wilmington, O., got the contract for th Iron work, their bid belne 53 Otf. Mr. John Monaban, ot Falls of Rough, this county, got ths contract for the stone work at 2,0W, wlit'fc Is to wrapletct. by s?ttemtv ti October 1, leS). There were twelve 01 fifteen bids fcr the Iron work. Grayson per centcf County pay only twenty-fiv- e the total cost. Newt-ou-t has two or three cases of ltr bed-pos- t, at ll -. small-po- ., staU-men- Ot passenger train No. 7, from Louisville, tbe other night, were three tramps stealing a ride Wm. Martin and his brother, Thomas, of Indlanapollt, and an unknown tramp from LouUtlllo. Whaii the train reached a point fifty yards north of the platform at Bowling Groen, all endeavored to get off before the police discovered them. William Martin wat in the lead, and having hesitated to jump wa. puthed oft by tbe Louisville tramp, causing him to fall under tbe car wheel, when both his feet were terribly mangled and Wben ths his left collar bone broken. man who pushed bim off saw Martin's condition he ran up town and made bis escape. Both ot Martin's toot were amputated just above the ankles by physicians. A tobacco association has been formed at Louisville. At Loxlngton an eld colored woman, named Aunt Yinle, died at her bedside while saying her prayers. She had heart disease. Mahtin V. Fullenlove, of Kentucky, has been appointed a timber agent foi tbo General Land Office, at $1,300 ywr year. TnE Commissioner of Internal Ilevenue and guager has appointed as W. E. Itallcy snd H. O. Robb, of Louisville. TuottAH Cahfemeh, an unmarried man. years, hanged himself sged twenty-tbrt- o near Hiiiih Cave, Unit County. Hh had jnit purchased a large farm, and was in good Siioncial condition. President Hontinoton, of tho C. & O. road, has msdo a proposition to Lexington to locate the carsbops ot his system at that point If the city will subscribe 433,000. Ii is probable the proposition will be ac cepted. Jcde Baltimore, a young colored man twenty-si- x years ot age, employed oil Mr. miles Al Turner's f arm, two and from Mtllersburg, was shot and mortally wounded while going through tbe barnyard to put up his horso New Year's night ut ten o'clock Ly some unknown person. The New York Sun printed the other "What Is day the following editorial now diswild talk that I thl figuring some of our esteemed contemporaries as to a surplus of Kentucky women. Tbero are ninny things ot which there can be too much, but how there can be too many of the glorious women cf Kentucky we do not affect to understand. Nor do we understand bow any of them of a marriageable age can remain unmarried save from choice or freaklshness." A katal accident occurred In Walnut Bottoms, about fifteen miles below Henderson, tbe other day. Win. Matthews and Harry Alves, two young men, while returulng from a bunt, engaged In a friendly scuttle, when Matthews' gun exploded, sending the contents through Alves' Uniy, killing him Instantly. Matthews surrendered himself. The L. and N. section house near Hone Cave, w a burned the other night All It. contents were destroyed, even the d booti, compelling him to walk to Horse Cave next rooming to get a new pair. SriSAt menlngltlt has mado Its appear-nnr- e among hones In tbe vicinity of Nlcbolaivllle. AT Olencoo, on the night of December 30, while the cblldicu of Marshal Sleet his second were ptajlng daughter, aged thirteen, hid and was not found that night Neither did she come tiom9,vnd a tlgorout search was made, but without success until tbe morning of January l,wben sho was found In the Ohio river one and a half miles below tbelr landing. In Lyon County James Deane playfully snapped a pltol that he didn't think was loaded, at toinochlldieii. The ball struck Is inotlii-i- , and the wound Is fatal store-keepone-half 1 fore-man- 'e bare-toote1 , w . ... mwammMwms!&&!--m"" fcaiaC inm iwum inniTn !! r ; tLC5 some ycinalpnst many of It is n disgrace to our civilian, t HICKMAN, KY., the larger cities, and, some ol the tlon that llfty diverse systems of marriage and divoiceiiro tolcial 34 larger towns, hiivo'beeii with registration hi", ed in this country. JAN. II.ISSO, rniDAr, That in one State r ntsn may lie. that If. lequlitiiff voters betore the a lawful husband, and in another tegular election dav.to nppear betore registration olllcoisniid regis- a bigamist. A MBTHOMST inliiNterln Went That in one a woman may be n ter i heir names dm Jpprni oteis. Teniiesne recently divided bin wife and in mnitlier a mistress. The object of ruTjIi laws Is to into Illicit psirlR. Kimt That in one cliildien may be leprevent the pollliigf Illegal and ; 81'pihmI, Incompetent votcrs.Jiuul thctcliv gitimate and in another illegitillili.l, StleUnbilit.v. place the power of (lie hallotlnn mate. (JlCSKHAI. IlAHKINON lR credited ulniio in the lunula, oT That in ono natural heirs may the oiiihvilli Hiiyiiia: "Well I will tell lied voters of each town and pre- inherit and in another bo disin heriteil. j ou now Hint no ono will ever put cinct. "me In Ins breeches packet." Tlitit That in community where In all the cities niul towns wlieto mid polyandry are declarInndtH Blnine out of tho Cabinet the law has been tiirjif, u has been I'll cure. ... ji.,,1 mi- iiuuoM Flltisiae-lion- , ed to be crimes , ninn may bo the miuiki in preventing; fraudulent htitduiiid of more than one woman Tiers most etrpme destitution niul a woman tho wifo of more Is repoiteil from Wii'kIi eount.v, votes. In large preolne.tstfnr inslanee. limn one husband. IJrtkotn, wheio the fnrinern are The lemedy is a constitutional Imrefootpil anil Remedy clollieil. like IJiekinnti, vvhcroTioin (lll In living on a poor porridge inaik of S00 votes arc to bo polled and re- iiuienda cut empowering Cougiess corded, the rush is. ton great to to make a uniform law of maniage green wheat ami oats. N. Y. Herald. give particular iiiv'esiigillon to and divorce-A TOTAL capital of iJlC8.SOO.goo each vole offered, and llieie sue A riit'MC or in wan invested in new enterprises no doubt nil. ninny votes, polled in Hip South last .venr Alabama counted, which, ir'toiJtilengcd and and Western newspaper makes A tanks first with $l!i,j:iltl()0 anil investigated would heltitouuoiit the following timely mid truthful Kentucky stands second with or not i ecoi ded. Tills Is no doubt icmarks: 'The publisher of n 'J8 800.000. true of every large precinct In the newspaper has one thing to sell , Tins rnc.o war assumes serious State. and one thing to lent. Ho has proportions when the white waiter If u lair, reasonable, ami timelv the newspapers 1o sell and the (Ohio) hotel law was In loree, requiting voters space in the columns to rent, girls of a Springfield refuses to servo a company of to register fiom . two to three (in am one inform us why be . a colored minstrels. Senator Will-l'i- weeM neiore the uiiynf eeiion, should lie expected to give away Clmndler will tdenso add this tho names could un'd would be either one or the oilier I He can sriiuucd by the caddiihitrs and do it if hochooaes, and lie. does. latest outrage to his list. fur Xs Ico fiunluo is talked about their friends, aud.vvhOrAjrtyiJleRejiL ivvoouiUtenTof. practical would as ono of tlio coiiscoucnccH of voter was regliii'",drri7ii citizen-ship- , nlsh a great deal of space rent bo had to inytigite hfs Hut it does not follow that fiee. this roinnikiilda winter, anil the hed, how long he he ought to be expected to do it. wheru Iiiiiiherinen of the Northwest are breaking up their camps and giv had Jlvcr in the town, precinct. It ought to be recognized as a lug up business for the season on SittPj .tf"., and his votecluilleiiged contribution exactly as would Hie on the day of election. giving away of sugar or coffee by uiiuouiit of the open weather. There is scarcely a doubt but tho groceiy man. Hut strange to Cask Arnold, a laborer that iiuiuv an ollice holder in Ken- say it is not looked upon in that Ind., ate .I'xtytwo tucky holds his ofllcc thtoush a light by all, yet eveiy one knows raw eggs without stepping, anil, majoiity dven him hi illegal o that tho of a paper denuiliug no one to like the pro tier- ters. It is no argument to say pends as existence the rent of its much on ed bet of his. backers that he could that his defeated compel ilor to "pace and sale of tho paper as eat live dozen more, went to a coiveil illegal vote also, for that does tho merchant's success derestaurant nod took n square only makes the mailer worse. The pend on selling his goods instead taeal. object of fain lectinu laws, is that of giving tlicin nwav." TnK timo of tlio United Slates the majority of legal voters shall a rimnt risri:uv. Senate dining the piesent week control, and theie is no way to f v. ill be devoted almost excliioivd.v Kiiarautcc that lesult except by u The Clinton Democrat tells this to consideration of till ill measures; law that shuts out as nearly as a wonderful cistern: in tact no other business likely to possible all chances of illegal story of Klzey, "Mr. living near voting. provoke discussion will lie brought in Carlisle eount.v, lias a It Hip prills nt Hickman, or nny before that body until the vole on tlio tariff bill is taken January 111. other large voting precincts, for splendid apple orchard, and us an experiment, a few years "o. had a the past "0 years, could bo IIcnElsthc very latest about scanned, and fairly purged closely cistern dug eighteen feet deep and all tho complexion of Hie next House: illegal voters, it is probable of some nine reel ru niaiiieier. cemented Cortillcates have been given to who have been defeated for ollice thoroughly, innkingn cistern which J(i3 ICepiihlicHUM nod lo!) Demo would be really the victors, and holds several hundred hands. crats. Should the Democrats get some of the victors numbered He then arranged a tiough from nil of the three iiueertaiii diitrictf among the defeated. Ins elder mill to the cistern, conremaining they would still bo in The idea ot making such a law tinuing the maniifiicture of cider tho minority. general, apply i n r to the whole until Hie cistern was full. This anil Cardinal Manning has pre- Stale, but especially to tho larger kept nice wa sweet all the year. ted cider, he would pared an exhaustive piipcr on the voting precincts, will be before W lien he American publio school s.istcm, our next State Legislature, and work the pump. If nn order for based on the statistics of Mont candidates for the Legislature a barrel, he soon pumped it. He gomery. The Cardinal strongly should give it their attention. It keeps sweet cider all tho year, favors pnrental as opposed to pub will make our election expenses and his cistern never goes dry." Ho control. The paper will soon rather more expensive, but it cerI'vinrcir i.n:it- bo published in England and tainly should Insure a purer and Tuir.i.Y amIU'1'1 iox. America. fairer ballot. a A comical incident occurred n A startling rumor comes by few days ago in a house in West y jjj Vav lliv S.ouislntiire. aay of Washington City, in effect Ansouia. The lady of the house (A I III Governor r'ornker. of Ohio that was ill, an.', the Fretty poori was is iiisniu--. Tlic i cpori states that Legislature will randtdntrs for the tendance upon hiinlnti-i- ' was in Him in her. It tic betore the peo1'orakcr's conduct recently has ple of this Stale asking their . moriiiiig.aud the clergyman began alarmed his friends, who cannot to say grace. He had arrived nt account for his eccentricities liwui.vnc interesting to many the passage, "Give us this day our otherwise than that he issiifl'eiing to know-. dully bread." wIhmi tlio ouliito if saeli candiil.itcR from tu aberatiou of the mind. i..i!aor.oi-oul.nljn.- ' iv.ml jtl AT'ielA. tor or i.i.-T'""A- - "lie III Mentoron roticH. .J Jill-IIU " :...... If,.,t:tl minister and the sick lady at once , teiegrnpli company is 'obliged to) oinercigiuy, uenirwizuiinn, caught the spiiit of the tiling, and os a matter of fact, ns use ordlnirv care in the transuiis.l ' of telegrams, and is liable for 'mors they will have uothh.g to do both smiled as the baker, who had notwithstanding aiiv!"''11' e,U:M questions, except in- - answered their prayer so promptfctntement to the contrary nrlnted 'dentally in tho selection of a ly, withdrew io a respectful distance. (Ansouia Sentinel. 011 ns mpssagp.rorms. ignore in United States Senator. IJut the question of good countrnnsmissinn raise the presuiup-tloa KK.vrniuvs .M.iiiikiri). of negligence, and the com- ty roads lies immediately in Hie sphere of duty, and hence it may pany is responsible. (Sjh;II Dlrlrk Id II,i fooimnUI be well to direct public attention WASHtNGTON.Jan. 1. .Miss Duitma tho past 11 months in that direction. It is s.iid that Sweeney, daughter of '. II. nearly half a million of immigrants the civilization of n country is have landed on the shores of the marked by its county ro.uls. If .Sweeney, of Uushinton. nnd United Statps. When the natrrral this be true, then Kentucky can Chns. IM. Warren,M sou of the hue I. . Il-I-l increase of n peaceful and happy ........... .................. .,....... r...t W....I.I "IUIUI, III i..... I,i,.t, "'.. were mnriied at St. r Aloy Iin ..... people is added to this, no wonder ll IIIIHI niBICIII, III' IIITK Ol S.VS church yesterday afternoon. tho country is tilling up with tern, does not give ns good mads. sins In l rapidity uiu'Muupb-i- in the care This hitn been nil eceptioimiiy The ide wns simply attired in a handsome Trench-gratraveling of nny other nation in history. good winter, and of course the dress, with roads have been better than the match. She hat si nil a gloves to Eugenie's carried bunch of are nudonvoring hsdirre average winters. 11 Hus.uot the i.iiiniiL-- tosen und maiden's-haino eenno tune come wneu win ner to depiiit from her present fern. After the ceieinony Mr. nnd mournful exifteuce and to mingle my to inaugurate a system to build Mrs. Warren left for the North. to some extent in the woild. our county roads permanently and Queen victoria and Princess Ileal-ric- substantially! invest igiue'. 1st. Tlio comfort of our people. seek to provide distraction ..hilll. ll.r.U.I -- ml. Economy in tlio transporfor her by giving The manner in which river travel the invitations to which she can- tation of our products. 3rd. Saviugin tho wearand (ear lias dropped into dininc has led pernot easily decline. of vehicles and animals, haps to a neulect of tin: ususl and The resignation or Dr. John 1). nn interests that demand thought proper precaution upon uiirweot-er- n Woods oh Public Printer nnd and alteiitinn. w.iter. This is a Several different laws have been shoiihl be nt onco the matter that Hinder having been accepted by Gov. Uuokiicr, Col. K. Polk John- presented to the people, but eiieh. thorough investigation subject ol by Conyrei-sson was at once appointed to that under this and Unit objection, liuv e Thei-gieat highways, mid ol'.k'e. Col. Johnson, who has been been voted down- - but, wjiils) Him. Father of Waters, for several years tho managing ed- is true each nine the nubl 0 luiml should be kept in safe condition educated, and fiuallv itor of the l has is resigned that position, and will better system will bo understood lor traveling. There is nothing that so condumid agreed to. outer imiiipdiiitely upon the ces to prosperity us river highways. of Ids new duties. A tlt.V.V JI'llOU. The river is not only of vast uc ns Livkia" times aro predicted in the country grows more crowded, fMni ihli bclinltnr tlio West Virginia Legii-l.i- t lire At Tiptonvillc, Lake county, a for travel and freights, but it is which meets Wcdnesila.v owing to tho tiPiitly equal division of the few days ago, a murder trial was evcnoi'largcr use n.s a rogulutor. membership between the two stopped in a sensational nnd an It is not always that the river is wcll-lill used that inukca it valuable, but great parties, and the fact that n usual way. Have., United States Senator in to he larmer, was the defendant. lh thut it can be used. cliosqu, and also settlement of was charged with slaying one' Fogg Tlio recout melancholy disasters tho contest for Governor between fionic time ago. IIU counsel were show either a reck less disregard Hico A. Pieice, C'ongiossiiinti elect Judge Fleming nnd Gen. Gofl', from tho Ninth District of this for liuuuiii life 011 the part of the will como up. State, and John H. Wells, of Troy. men, or that old boats have reached I.v his nnniial message to the me htiito was represented liy At- a point where their life lias been , torney Legislature Gov. Hill, of 'Jeneral Crockioft miist lived out, their day of dissolution says tlie last election was ed by E. L. Itiillock, or Jackson. come. In either event there is a tlio most corrupt in the history of Thursday all tho testlmon.v was patent lack of the ollicial ami all tho country, and culls for legisla- completed nnd tlio argument be- other precaiitijiis necessary to the tion to purify the ballot. He also gun. While Mr. Wells was in the safety of passengers. risks that tho Legislature petition uiniiiie 01 nih speech a juror ti. linThis is a which should Congress to mnke the President's ed J. G. Taylor interrupted him. interest every mutter of member Congress. term six years and pass a law, He walked up to the Judge's stund making life mem. and wlilsneied soinethliiL' in Mm There isuo'part of this country hers of tho United States Senate. ear. It seemed that he wastunler whose people may not nt some UU I'lCSSlOII tllUt lie llllllteh "" time find themselves dependent for Tun Vimderbilt family is pretty life upon the frail tt, j,,,,'. 8wKBrt took a wens which ut best advertise river craft, vycll tlxed in this woild; in fact, themselves l they hnvo enough for ...iny in, lonk jurr llln ,i .riato us food for fire and water. Ol all ni.d talked vvi.l, hi.n furau vehicles to which men trust their l ,?"'c'"'' "iiour. Tito man, who Is a prnml lives tliese river uonta are, tuku it Bv'' ... 1..1.U.1 iui une of the I In. ItfiltiM.in ul'it.l !., """,.......i r.., ., .... .lii.ol. - oeninilcitizen seciellv county, k.m f nil together, perhaps the frailest and s. ' v Hi' '"l. " ''"''III, flimsiest. Prompt inquiry should IVoitorielf W. All! (Kill OIWI . f!,.i' ... in - . T. , :., ',, ..... , """ " mi Vlllg COIIIIIIIIieil lor;eri,' bu made and the evil remedied, i?i.i,ouu.uuo; .ins. iviiioii nun inner ciiiues. o one kuc IV Mrs. Win. I). Sloane, Mrs. or any snclr deeds as Mr ThvIop TttniiE urc jiresons wlio Ilamlltoii McIC. Twoinblev and pleaded guilty to. Thtce dmiors Mrs. W. Seward Webb. $ I exiiuiined the juror and reported never 'Miceccd, lrom brlnjr too each. Total, $271,000,000. Mrs. him insane. There was t.n rt.. indolent to nttempt nnything; nnd William II. Vniiderbilt lias 110 for- courso but to outer up mlBtnul, others who rejjtihirly fail, linetiuse tune in her own name, contrary to tlio instant they fin success in the general belief. She has an Titr.itKnre twenty-thretions. their power tliev irrow indiHuront annuity of $200,0(10, slid peutjioiiers in Kentucky. Tiii J give over tho attempt. expen-meiitlnWill-nbilit.v- THE HICKMAN CUUKIER. nKfiEHTTBIATxflft J CTMHUUIUIUMH'1"""""""'-"""""'- " IMPT.I mi JfWWWM I(.UV.H. ' '' aviuki; iii:m::iy. wysfiwwwwitiwitWMiiiuTi iwiiim miwwi MT, wmm flfJ ass fffi wnf m A hKASMHIT. i mo mwii l.tlL'in V '; Tho Momjiltis 'icdger mentions iihig scheme which piupnscs to niiiUe SUliOins risen port. 'Lhiistart ling nnu(iiiuitiuit.'iil i ImiviI upon ptvn-lia- - T9 - t H'SKW fJa . . i - ttx iqooii, - the invention of a vessel called the S01TOSK YOU r 'Lucas ship,' whieli isol sueli OLD IUSIjIAHLIS T It V eoiistruction us to bo equally Kurviietililu for ocean travel as for FAMILY GROCERY, navigation in shallow rivers. A conipanv Is IjeinirorgnniseiltubtitUI fiA. and coiiin sueli riiips niul to utilie W) UJ them in building up u direit trade between St. Louis and Central nml A HO, A FULL t'OMri.KTH STOCK OF SIIKI.K AND HUAVY UOOD.i. South Americn. It is iiileiuled to l.lue olr Fuldiiit convey western iiroducu direct fiom U Pt'lbntsl 1'irv of Chttttf. St. Louis to foruinn tmrts with out breaking bulk, and to import loreinu commodities m the same manner without the intervention of -her seaport merchants. The ves-cis described at length, its distinguishing peculiarities being a double hull and very" light draft, UAH Til 13 LAIIGKUT which the inventor eluims will enable it to navigate, tlio river to TTft fT HTii St. Louis. Tlio hiht'inn sounds visionary, but it might woik if TBI1YMED1 HATS.&t, fc NOTIONS, LADIES DRESS.GOQDS, started irom Memphis, which is at tin; head of all the year round utivi gntiun on the Mitiis-dppriver. JLIl JL Yojj, Memphis would make a ! charming suaport. LOW 05 tho LOWEGT That ho luiH ever carried, nml nt P2ICES n--EZ- GROCERIES a'i'tiim -- :i G 3 V& fL. Ui-klr- . TTi "PD el OAYCE, vr A. Xj ilj J.ti: W T& lUr f fa i M Ito-iJo- f W W M U9 .ESTABLISH 3D 13S9(g, According to a dispatch from Nashville, three gentlemen of that city aim .oiomiia. icon., were left about ?!0,UtH) by theiiiysterl- - Stock ous Ucrman nobleman, rruul; II, Schneider, vvhoe death nt Washington was reported n few duyaago. Tlic will is said to be in the hands of a ol Columbia, but the whereabouts of the $1)0,001) is not stated. nt Underwear Clotliing and Gents nny tT ono; nnuwiik not fear to compare prices with every Department. tall and exnmlno his goods heforo buying elsewhere. is complete-In Mutual Life I asurance bomvanv. Ci3" 'J-'hc H '''71 in South- i Largest, Safest and Jlesi Company in the World J The Oldest Democratic Paper ' Hard-wel- l, western Kcntuclvv. ! v ASSETS $H9000,000. Paid Policy Koldcro $24.5,000,000. fmrnediutcly Stir Policies Nniiforfeltable sfler three 3 cure, mid all clalmi pil4 on receipt of proofs of death. A. A. BAV2S, Agent, Hickman, Hy. It. nUCIIANAN, Devoted to the upbuilding of the City of I'ral. C. ll.lt.T2Ri:, V. i'rtU. it. 1.. ALKXANDUK ( m! Hickman and of Fulton County. What to Buy? WFort'ors Fjzt, HI'GKMAI B&1K. HliliJlXy, BV, SUBSCRIPTION, CD7,GILL'3STZ SALVS. rtiT p.i Trn Rtlr.f a r rdr of $50,000. iLrre Ft Nciirlf u and COWGILL'S Khtuaiatl.ra, OIL. WSAS2L UtnUtlj orrinlrn! .,! fer tm.lnrM, it all. AlloalUccite,,, mme fur p fzT DFSSS. 1TS3A51 K -- JPJ- -- i.2i 11 For Pile.. COWGILL'S Vl"r m"niBK PIL3 0J2JTK3X?. rale pr t iltlr" frr ef rliu. lour uii.li.. dlfiUDttl ctnl. -- p re.p'C'idl .ollf It ll l rr rt'H Ai'inJ Ike Ai.rxAHPin. costu. 2T For Tuier ami Kingwrio, COWGILL'S suT-ge- TSTIZa OINTllZil?. it. nocitvNvK. J. DIRECTORS. J.M C W. o RALTZCK RaT" For Worm 1, W. COtTflll.L JOIIX60N J n m W. ALEXANDER. uswgtu's -- i'tsarant i'B'U-Ta.iJL-JiiAir- --- .'..J.-....-.- ., "" ., I L 0mMmv""' " weri r, syrup "T-It- -JV C 71. s.trtsr.tcrto.v on.iKtsrtKV oh rim ju.ver khfuSukd. For Site bjr lh t'repn-lo- HEETWECK. oo CO BALTZER & CO. legis-eio- n J. W. COWGILL, MAsi'PArrrcEns oPTttr. rntKiinATKU Druggisl, ...jgPrjk 55 n Ar-lin- e SUBSCRIBE NOW! SA W A M ILL enipUic outfit nhCan lx U.udii Q "3 U tr; HI gtetl Sx e r5 Vim, w a CO now in 11 rtMll,-,rlrnnl on rfwniMc Irnu. AJdrcw, fur bdurmirinn J. J. C UUNliL'ltVNT, M-- lf lllckia.n. Ky. cxxl loralion CO Eh oo y physl-cian- s c r cszsa L?0 T mi 3: m j; kai A I. HICKMAN T WAGON, KHlSTTUCIC-ir. liJi EIHTUCEY fllCEKAW, o iihi-Ii-- h! u.... r ixiii.i tiotsi: has UKci.NTi.v tn:u.N J fiUnl ii for t citiiuui..tiuii at I'riinunrr. and I lie trelmn public En DEAL Ells :.' eruliy. riKiint, ntcv Inslo nliiuait nicali (iMrs'itctsI lu all wlm atip with ux l'rave iiic men will fiuj Ibe twil of allru. OltUOS, MEDICINSS, BOOKS, STATIO.SEIIY. and &elicolSuriiUii, nU 1'ICTTJCII Kcy GOODS, . tlun at our liouf. e carry In addition, full tins of 8UNDniC3, rAI.NTrJ.OU.8, WINES and LIQUOItH, or u l'n TO, . FANCY AND FAMILY GROCERIES o which welmlie alieiiliou. Our .nc. Mdlal ackkts roc thk c Coniier-Joiiriin- hc-in- r5 ourier Job Offiee re at low an the looml. DDUGLAis BIIOS dost m Domestic Sewing Machine. tapis fcr ntKsciiiB'Tso.vs 1687 'e m Is thoroughly equipped, and prepared to: aoaa execute Job Work with neatness and despatcli.' , ma w, T4U;,. 3tl-H- a NiEci.iiri'.- - 11 o milM tlio wiwiae t TSFflvw m ttiil, 1. Ifel? table i w J m & AKNiirtmuiit 1 Tfe B7H ITto II B7 Pt vm u.a Jr dJ II !i JL U Sid E9 (Cornor of Jnokeon and Kentucky Streets,) IN HICK MA IT 3 Oao 'J'. liu I'oiiimI IUCIUIAN, Ol'ENtl) Ti:im.-re.vionabl- KENTVCKT, nw I'atroiiipc nollcltcd. STOCK, out nnd out. Tine, Myll.h HIC8 (or aln New-York- IV XT II i jr Ij dcllrered Io Bill Heads, v TlllATi nny put of the City n-- - Letter Heads, Note Heads, Statements, a ? is. SS W. TTO octnO-l- KINGMAN r & BOMAE. 11 Family groceries, Io XI trouble see,show Come nd DIESTBLBIMNK j FURNITURE. 1...T Mil F spuce m rmmo atl article!, tiul no coodi, at tbo earner of Tro Mojooit Areiiue. Kim lllekmru, Uy nd ' TDiJPIIENS & m.w.hiia lYLER, hev-era- , Ji&nteL iii-i- v "" 7w,i..,;" ,,. "' , ' ,.. .. e Envelopes, Hull I'jickman garble - Works KY ik UWKMAK, Tickets, &c.j &c. B. C. BAMAGE, UKALkR IX nmitura and Undertaker's Goods, IIIOIOIAX, JCt3f'rU03CV. ' jsnep-iird- Business Cards, Italian and American MONU.MKNT8, . 11 I GIVE US A TRIAL! my puiedtotlll allordore. woric E! pi'lTHINO all srailpi. of Medium nnd Fine F.iridlur at HTO.VES. reduced prl. V'c curry n full lln.. it all time nf VINO In mock. n. flue lot of Amur- CHAWS, nOCKKUS, TAUI.E8, 1IUIEAU3, WASIISTAA'DS, WARDKOUBf lean and Ilallun Marble 1 am nr.. lO.Mlt ANP QttAVE MAixin.r WK AllR lt, rtlr n Call and examine ClliSllllill SKTS Order 4lled. from the country promjitljr An.lwntrnl' Wa HATTRBSSM, my2ft ! rrlrca In bo liu- - Inwrnt (llo in. Irlnl and In ronJnffd. ItiT iri!;liMd.inirteri nn UXDF.IITAKHU'S GOOIIS, and dlirouut all tooin.-tliloIn ihl linn. . carry a lrKe line ef Wooden and Metallic Hnrlil ttJT Kcpslrb.s iil .fph WorL ,peiiiiv. SWIMS, i:, Ct. l1 t -- u fmsmmsmmmwmimMSi, ,w.-- 4. temtemcvMim mmi.'r4rMJmJt1?tX rTr?tmtte2xma.uMms-Tlio ntciiiiior Niitcltor. nt riu:k n Kimg iinil on iik ni'iir Luke I'rovl-ilfiH'iLit,, Inst wi'ck. Hlio w.ih Imllt In 1870, mul In Iter unfixtrttc. tlun iniii'li ul thu iiiiirliiiicr.i of tlii) a .S- - '"' " " '"'""I WATCUia. r iicAWjOiurtM roii Olfartt!. lLc : ,, jL BURLWGAME, i o as: ac .a. asr, icy. Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Musical Goods, fa J JBWKUlY. ' . t t I IPUVTACLbi I old limit llio oiu tlml iniulu tlio fiiiiioiis tmo with tlio .va In I.H70. wiih iikimI. Tlii' limit wiih tlio IIiickI DiO" on tlio Southern mul Wootciii rlvottt, mul wiih ili'lily fiuiilnlifd, Tlio Iomh of tho Nutolicz Ih Mint of tlio Insfof tlio liiryo .shlo-ttlico- l Tho voto on Moiitluy Inst, mi the Btemui'iH Mmt were In tlio pnut to pinpoHltioii fur llic clt. of Hick-limpirdoil with pihlohy the roslilonts to HiihBctiho $"0,C0 to tho nloiifj tlio liiinka uf Ihu MiBHlnHliil cnpitiil Htool; of tho I'liiliio-ili- , i hue. Ilicluumi & Smithciii Kiiilioiul emiloil with n itiiiiniiuity Mutt will I'litulnly ho us onoouinnitifrto that thousands nulli'rlrn: front Astlima, Cud ontorpiitio n h it in ooiiipliiiioutury euiDjitlup, CminliK, tc. 1'iJ you ever trH to tho puhlio hpitil mid oiitorpliHO Ackers JlrKlUli lluiifUyl it w tlio bwt of our oillzetiH. Tlio voto on tlic prriiirttlnu known for all Lung TroulilM, proposition was: tela en j.atltlvo cuariDtco ut 10c, tCc "M Fr H'C SuUililo'i J.W.COWGU-L- , l)ruKKi8t. 0OU Af.inul I lie ub.eil'0on tli P. S. 'I toHailroacl $SQ,000 cEJ II. Leech. Tho Ooulity SupcnlnorH, It. Dillon!, A. I'.TliuiiipHiin,,!. I). Si V. V. Wolmtor. mul O. T. H'IkiIh, tiro III session tli h week, 8JI,lctv,ll,IIJ. thl, ,,,0 coumy tux ll8: Seliiif Sit I Otlxit HisineiitH Voted without a contisi: Voioo. Corn nmrkol la dull, fanners r)fiifilii; to Noli ut preaont piiocM. The L'eiieinl onluloii Im that nrlcc (Mil not bo iiultciliiliy hotter lie f"io eprlng hut that it will pay to I'oWl iour corn. ALi-ii- l, ADVERTISING P.ATSS. OMttltM. fQ J Vu fcll iftt AwilhowtHiatty4r. ' Ot,.MfhtW r T(MVX A.V ' ' b ;r,TV wr t)f1H .. .. . tti m 'fl'lif Xrtv KiiIli'iitK, Illrklllllll IlilM llitcil IJf.'U 000 ll hi to tin l'nilucill ami Mirl,u,,i njj. mini, iinil iriiioNin to r ' ' w this up by iitlicr Illii'inl ixliiliiiiuii r iililic t'liti'i itlni. Tlicho HMtil1 li, r Ikrh fl lnttl0Nt I ttfly Mmi mtlltl, will i fr ObiUaift. riuiitti. miofirihiM t rwwf t m fbrMI f t t ih rl ! Ami rta; f Imm l tt.iiTt I't L ti r f'' ( r flw M44ilftt r titling vft'iJHdl ft imli ml, w4IHhiMl 4rrll)' 1flt n pul.lii! r at This I If ! TMltfa, J.H Ua.tlok.. II rt nt Hill a, II jm Ulnmi, Iiiiiiiivc tln-l- ruiiiii,,iu of fiiitrNc imjiri v tln-l- own roii illtlnn. If tlio iicMiit- - rO'oit prit'in ni'rftriil. It will ftnuri' tlit-rob- Hiiit to Thl Is mi iiconf iiuileiial mid tho .wnr 1SS0 protni.-'Oto liiiifn iii"itntl(i atridoH tliroiiL'li out tlio South In which lCi'iitiu:l;J will hIhuv Hh full iiotu. In tho jinr junt piint iniivli litis hoon no coiiiplilii'il xtltliiu our Hlnti", hut it ropti'honlH hut un iukliut; ol ilmt into ho. Mii'Uiiuiu niiiKt not he n liiK'iiiil In IliU mill oh in the ini'rciiM' of wi'nltli mul ioiuliitioii. Our pcoplo iiniHt not Mt mill mul uit for rtoinotliinc to turn tii. hut h,l coiirott of notion, pttuli mul turn miniol liin up. pro-jjrcc- or noi votiuj; C'.' To'iil iiimllllfcl rot 3M n ho Inet Ihhuo of tho Fulton liilionlnii Is not only a ciedlt to ll I'llhliHlilTR, hut UlfiO to tho citv 'f i'lilton mul tho county of Fill ,(hi, unil all will hit materially lieu tlittcil hy ilri luryo circulation. A proposition will ho made to 'lie Y. M. C. A., ut it ne.t meet. "B, hy tho W. C. T. U. to oBtiih. Ii'h, jointly, ii circulating lihrary in tlio rooniH fonurrlyoecuploii hy tlu'Y. M.O. A. Tlilrildiiliiuiluhlo t'liicrprise, mul we hopo it will 'I pall er Irn rnfonisto Stools. o: aLd .llii 9 ter fioods, YTd Must bo sold, until the 1st of February, regardless of cost are ottering some of our goods at 50c on the Dollar. ow is th Time ov Basscains I the town, im tlii' iiilJiiiM'iit I'oiintrym 'li.m IfjM Ulw HK U ttlmt wo nil wjiiit. mid mc try- II im s.4 HJ, H ! H.n.n'fji, inir to ito. Tin- limn of llloUiiMii l( .a. Vicuna '! If IH In iiH8Uiniii nil tlic linrilcn of t.ixHall I... I. !!., ll ' i.(.,.( T.., . If yn wM 'lrritr ii t liii mill ifHiiiiiilliiUty, nut nfkI tt. If jbs MjlnTINJ our 1'nrini'iK tnvihin ulnli.l . Hlt, r to ! miuIM j ratlin Hianit.t, ' In ii"Mliin nny mul Imiit I lie t..v. to putt of .1 iIm r. '... i. .:..i. nut iiiiiiirirt iiiiiii i... i . iii",i ;viuiniij, UIIlCO. jowneiH, who tiro to Im riiu-tli.h lit'iiofltteil, cim Dnil no fmilt un lor iloinj; tlii- -, nml vim iifi'oiil Lv)UAL NKNVS. to MpOitl; ;i Utixl wohl ful Illul.m in wlii'tlur wi diu'cccil or full. Il i. Boom tin t I'M II. unforiini.-.tPl- y tmo, Jim S'lie city clo.'tinll pSSSCll on; tlii'ic nrc hntiii' fiirnirrrt wIioImmHIlUlTI'll IllCllim'Upfl to lllTIIMH' quietly. toniiH mul Leap jonr Ik nvei nml now the iicinlii''''l .tL':,iiii.l town people. Ought thU not tn elint.. e. hoy liftt' n not only ,M.I Hi I wo now rnilMiinlf. wlilch v. iniiroi' - "rsx oc thatcrofrflfnl.pfcvtOi, AJWVJVV. cr.wi, or troul.lij Wlnly ;i - Colic, Twtliluf-- lVta. or Sicmmch J);.otJors, can hn t HrrrJ lit owo by utlnj; Ackf r'a lUby R wtLrr. It roBl.Ini uo Opium or Jlo"p!ilni, Lcco U nafn. I'rlco 3 crnti. 1 Willi .t Oouricv Job ! M4.I.W-- - J. W. CO WO ILL, tlJ DiiigglHt. ii . V f little and ulieii Un iiiiiii load is linilt, the heuellts will Ihekmaii & Hoiithern, and wo mo he felt hy hoth bwIIoiim. Putin willing to work with good faith, rnli Stmidaid. end, mul all work In Imrinony t diligence mid patience with that The flrsl hlir.inrd (if the mhiboii Bother for iiitittml Ititeiesls, ht' 2MORRZS 8c S01T, J.NO. company, hut il Pailucali, mid the trunk iik ViiutHilHy. loil.d ouch other up, and pHrthu other points IiitercRted, fait to sus v v. i arvrs'uv.vcruitxms op lute lml, not to try to pull iinhoily or us, then as we arc On with ttu Pailueuh. c:j tain "nvoa "pw r.tllioud doternitu PI Hii.Mlnugdowiit We hay to tl.e'CT 59 3 K?i Mint intiu unit Southern lUilrnml. y ftI yt l't: !0 waiting too long, aim w ill L1 U V county Mmt U J j we without Nothing great ever no firittert. of Pultonactuntcil hy a I i II 1 IlickioHii is now y Ii j go in t and help homo oilier coi in coiuptishod wuiiuul piiihu-iiiii- i. Ca CS U 62 u pi"0 tsia will give us one. E" "" i tlmt is hound to ! I tiihllv spirit A.3STJD COB1T IMIHAXj. Mr. U. 0. A'rmi(lpr, nf Piulii snlt not only in tuiptovlug the However, tho iiiaiincenicut of to w III till UilJ' litis VM'PU. town, hut their condition, well. Cull, WMS tho P, II. & S. nrc confident that W lu" ' they can luiiltl their road, abil afV N I) -T- lehHsiitosM.eiiorliekim,U Agents for Morris Machine Works Engines and Boiler and railt'nM mil ford us the si UuiHiueruhil ought ... orgitMi-sfarwers one cent of luxation. Im" orii i.Aitiii: imi vKi.ist:i.i.crKii road connection,. itul the Couitun: Uuu. we do nxk their good will mul on- in tiieir good faith, hlUI ll III' has oonlldeiu-anglO-lWILL GRIND MEAL EVERY SATURDAY. Tho mnn who feels crr'nln lie COIIIHIIIg wonls. F.i.11 "SVintcr and also in their success, if the mortally wounded. Several flies will not succeed Is brlilnm lino come other counties along the ,1 Snfi- 1, lonintr rl lit lll. forward and help us Hickman has have occurred ut Troj lately, nml "i'.iorlo ISOflJc.in BaMlnte Pratlc U o nl, Hi i irimiilel In brhu done. a K'atit lo luoo of land, of tho Press thinks them tho work failuKii !. I'ol," foritierlyu inrctdiiMt a iatfy l, ir in (! On llito kV width till u a part, hi wai was llic of mi uiccndiury. of Union Oily, lus lueuliil In Pa rlH' of or. U! WHICH Alii-- . MMV ON lll'll CO(!.. : Trrritiry of bni'(.i.na, now in r5! I'ian pla J oh ' un lm ( ltm Kii-- j,.vrli-.- i nir IKILS lt:.in 1'OllhAI.i: duenh. Tho city council of Union Citv coi C'.unty. Mn In IS0tlie Territory MlWilBRItnr-snTs-! Untb. ih if Inutai p t giiirnsiv piiBsni ii resolution at its last Mrtl Iror.i Spain to Train' by tl.et.caty Communion nervines nt Im oii lr . io theVoiird h i nm l atl rf'if in ( v meeting tendering tho now court 1st Ilrnl"ii4, an.) in 1s07 cmiHrmed the Methodist Clinton timidity morulN'pir Ibices, IX'Jft Co.Kitai ThriMi, l.nn'f iltw ion r tVl Kentucky a- next. house, Just finished at that place, Mle' In Okfc &paih prants and nml' . tit c unltr 1 'lllllll,K.ll, I .JilUltlill u( Now ICmhroiderles, at n cost of $20,000 its an uncoil- ilietn crfefl Jenn Hat. tte l'ralle dttnl Now Dress Goods, .fc in," s"v? MIs ISiIlili Palo, of Dyots. l.'in" Hn.ilii A hotter selection of Gi:nts rd Ibe 10(1 nrin in i.iii!i. to Hnuv iiMotuii gut to Outoii county pro Hi ll Xew Dipss Tilm tiling". I nrr, Tonii. Is Wi1m MIm Cel- CxiKh, (.ni nml Ukady Maiu: vllluil Hi,. .,nulv h. ih iunvcilMfcri,e..nndltf.!!9VA''iJ.,rAwKi!5.l'.n.!si Goons nM.b' I" er'rti mm. im 'a ifi'W Dross it,li'M Pilots, '"" T"TY:.. l,.l. tlv .III .1,1.1. .I.ri.nl tic Kirkpatriok. ,W.'llill HetHI TmJLmw , bv Clotiiino, Hooits, S.ioism, Sow DrrsH Stylus Oliitjhuins, lJ- - w ami ab rqtitntiy -- Mr. .John llhllilor mill wife, of Caiw, &c, than we have in our An old man nauioil Karl was her iiilir't lo Anioliie. New Wraps, , eonvejed the land to II V jhm;i wm xrcfiay! that kunel.r-iia-- e neon isii. head mul killed. hl l.y iUn of iriml, nli in IS18 mariid Has a splendid slock of tho veryVst makes of all kinds of Ilardwart Stock. in the Kew Jaekots, unowille. ivuii.. iuni;litfr Kiniiy, 'I hero mo always some pfC I ij Mo wliieli nrc oilcrctl nt OXFPHICE, u,i thai tl. very .lowest tho ninrUt rol.itJvui In Iliek'HfMi, wo will sell those goods down ut Fridav, December 2.SUi, near Now Woolen Hosiery, Paul W Dfgtiiie, of nous who iiuiilre ns to tho umIi-T.'C irowrty th'n :d unler an luce miles north of Now Cotton Hosiery, HOCK JiOTTOM J'lUCKS. and ustifles. All gnoils guaranteed to be cctly as rcprcs.itcd. of erliiaeH. and in view of 0 In ra'ixfy D'K'dre ilelt, liio m We arc New Cotton Goods, duarnuttt' Satihfaolhn. l, a young man tiauied Mr. Olins. Miwi'limn, nnr new fait Mint wcnio toliiivou pan il claim Hawkins made the true iiiirritrf iwt'cyp.l, the of llie lieiidijuiirterh for all kinds of Rub- Henry Hawkins. (ho da- - i'c'.lne ol the moon on the ii 'til Now Flannels, die lawful uwneia Citv MmstiHl. w ill Ihe ai his PFrape and no etlort has yet j.roerly Now Carpets, nnii Lend Co .laims TLe Si Jo" ber GooiUlTnil Gum Coats, lies of his ollleo after Monday ,,r tliu Khli inra., wo puhlisli Un Now Oil Cloth, been mule lo atiprehoiul him. under tte a'e liidiliiifX 'ha' 'he a'e under keep the best brands. foMowiiig cxphiualioii: An eil.Ne iiiKht next. Headlight. an rxecu iun in valhl. and cen if it were Tiptoiivillo Now Towels, ......... .. .. 1J. Aitnnno's Sons. wnulil lit r . - . ine H.ni.ne oir Anaumteur .lack the Hipper" !'' mo suit oeours wue. tne New Napkins, ;. iergllm.,1, : " inn I'lalil'IH claim iiiui'in" ItfV. ...l.itl ' tF.e The lilalntilU j. ra.l jjimh iiriii crii nir nnui nminmiecK Mint he Is gniuuto teg-- i New Tnlilc LiiiPti, ays so Hallar.l county, hiother of the latoj e'rral defenre 10 that ol Klatale or i'Uy KU'S'lloii. nliile tho morals or tlio town of sun litis ol comthe must si 'lie Now- Silks mul Saiiu, iiiiimtlooM. The eaK in in the band' ol distinguished Rev. Jesse II. union, h heatthetlmk of Mtt Held. Now CiiHtoinMiido Shoes. I,. Lll'll, of Hickman, Ky.. BAiUtcd of Niudiville, died, at bis in.inti not liehig itself a luiinii.'iii The niiiinnl city election, Mon '' .' Knur henvors were kllldl hy IiimI is only bright in that pirt mul the latest sttle NOYKLTIKS, day was tho most spirited nml homo In llnlliinl county. last week, by a St Loui I vi firm at the Vh.lt V I.tWl.sr run. uged 72 years. Ho was an able, sonio hoys nenr Union Citv a few noon wlili-l- l life Mill hhtnos. ll ilie known in by TKACZSB'.US' MOSEY. SlllLi: I'ltlCK. U.s since. The liiruesl weighed union is hetweoii us and the ""it, DKAI.ER IX- lor uiiiny years. It passed talented, nml learned man, nnd Ho 15. pounds. all esteemed a good citizen. ol emu sc wo nnpji see the l"k off quietly, however, mul wo The Tcaclt'r money Is In Ihe hands of (MO y I) Vly of gontl personal feeling pro was an earnest anil nblo preacher, the County Suptrinttmleni. Tctltr will The reason why so iiiiiny men side of tlio moon. An pelips.- Mle J. A. DVj- l IAINTS n i a & DRUGS, pon vails between all parties. The old hut never belonged to nny church. plcoc tti'li iu llielr cUiiu a fail in llfo Is hermise they ell down the moon is ooensloiied .mil inclined to tlio iib'e. a the County Suiinlntrnilenl must Council was defeated, mul the fob Ho was however, on Mm staircase of stieeess and isrih ji'liiiig hot ween the sun Hie .rtt If with the Slate Injfnr the lt of Christian (Campbcllite) church. I lie moon mul cutting oilfiotn low ins elected: expect to slide up. ' Februirr Therefore he hope to Iijtc i. nil llii lljilil of the sun .John W. Cowgill. Mu.vor liioiin ilr.t. Caroline Smithson was jour recciptM 3EC TBT-o- ar fof.n a pawble You J& 1ST, MML C CJ 15. M. Itoaillc, of M.iyflel.l, u Tli" wife ol" 111'. ,liUII" Moi, IL M. .Maxwell, ii. Coiineilmoii week, will Cud mo in my office Jnd and 4th Satis UlHng upon it, so that an ri !:;sr dry goods iiienliint, has made an ii.l i he iiioo.i ti Hie hltsdo.v nl il..' ol I'llliou, on iiiimmiuv iiiM.nrri iC. Kaniage, M. II. Shaw, S. M. killed in Lake county, last mul Hie wounds Indicate that she urday in this month a heipelt", ii.tlu-tioreported at JeHrtti falling upon ihe iiiooii. arli;iiiiiViil. AsNi-ttn don tally mid Goo. M was niiirileied hy n blow on the J AS II 8ALNDEI13. COMPOUNDED. " CAREFULLY RPRESCl'TlOiNS h.tll parsing Parker, C. C. Smith, 1(1000. U.UUOmul liahihties . ehpse .it he mom. can oi.lv "C serious wound, thonear the heart, William. ton of the head, and her hotly lit ,v:,ui!(ii:i. Miss Lou Powell, who has par tli.'i.'fole when the iiumh. is through her hreast, Tho now board is composed of orally eat to pieces after death. the been vMMug relatives at Camp lull. or. hi other wiinU. when mi1 mul coining out just heueath hus- good men competent, live, active The. murderer is not positively ('.III hut., Mr. J. W. Wilt to Ml On ihe Herself and TV S hclUvtlle K. for sevenil iiiohIIih caiilt is goitoiiill, on Ihesiiin.' ""h shoalderhlailc. mul etiterpilsing. anil, wo neiiove, k'lown but her son and daughter-in-la- Lillie .Sltitilngs. so t lint the lull i''H band wcio about ready to stait to will make a good, progtossive mul past, rvlurueil lumio .'"itiuluy morn, ol the moon ate under arrest, charged Mis. Mott -uiimiled sido of tho momi cim lu' iiniorinoeMnr when ing. wot thy board. Tho old Cotinuil, with the crime. Thero is great fp.VKEN UP A K STKAY by Alex. ATTORNEY A7? LAW, noticing n pistol on ho dre--- r. I 1.4HH.IU. llviiffnnthc aea i oi cava. seen. !iu esM'iillals, liuiilo goon otiieors, excitement prevailing. r CowgtU'iPfus SIOM.J Tlio Yitiiiu: Mru's Giiristtiiu (0."3e.: picked it up mul commenced uile w,"l "l gave much petsonal attention to Two prarllcal primer nnd rxpf rlenfl Iras liiilit. nutiut lt Kt . ONI! SOItHKL Associiitli.it will ini'ei In tin with it, rjiiinrki..g."ilov pillion cotintr llrril .1...:.. ....I.U.. .ImIii.m ..ml tlm f!tOKPK ntvoir. .iH'lit'r tl'alr In iurrliae a country IIOUSi;, 12 (. III OK HAN, KY. WP ilclre to my lo our clliai-i.Stiiidav iifleniniin at eonbl shoot myself," when ,.!,;.. I. I.i. I ,i, ilu.tr .1 f.'il t IW'lllIIIIR the ....,. J. ........ mnii'i'i.TY i'i.vr.vDprrrnhfir iii.r -un ea lermi.nml ..."ill nccfiil ?nrl! y.ln old. fixtetn l.nds hlli, l'l or i"4 or ... wtlii'Wili fl Ol l..lu,al, II o'clock. Ktcrt lui.ly eiirdutlly Ttn u liuve Wtn wllltit! lr l,r was ilisehaigod with tlio tibnte re j., II. i oi.nliU'i neinoiial. bo, llieie ;lie ovpiiing of !.......nrtHOn........ ...... .....i ....... m. w. On iiitK,iiL.No IVtt hiii ;i .. I!. ... if rn..inintfii.l.l. IWIIIIO 1100 and hrand'i on hind Ice. and Will practice in all the Courla of tha l'c9Try for (!n.lIllo, I l:..Kl invited. nil. n p." ....... jsjrcetvible, I' fore, with eoutlileneo in tho now 22tl, at. lames' llnyoii, tliis county, tim, iriiil.lr " I1' or Fir't Jiidhial Ulatul. NfW Life I'HW, lUtcklrnV Arl ani bui oilier ntarka STSnO i. lo I'hri'lian tl.ar.icter " n,n i.i int'd ii fitKN arose hot ween .inn iiavis, t .... i . . . i f marl 81 -- Wii see It stui tlml I lie An- ii I UU'trl" IPll.T. .l .' aptiralil l (iimlificiiiuns. nrm ,m ,.... II " (liven under mj hind an Judge or the chor Lino have witli.lniwn nil their illl rUHHlfe ll.at rl "PUHLISIIKUS." shako hands all around mul go to F. Add, Fulton County t curl. HiIk l'e" 61I1, 18S8 'av ivniirli tinlpriil - ll. l " ' VMotlirtr, Ky Ackers work altogether for tho good ol I1IV PIUV bo.'ttn for the h.tU.t.e of the alone on arcount of llyarpla. JOSHUA NAYLOll. SALE AND LIVERY STABLE moI la (h Ktil.tJim, Lek and William will euro n..,,.h Tnl.lit Constipation; Dyspepsia,a our community. mul will lny them up ut Ches- it.ui. A wpy Atlfl. I" ri- kUi.I riNill unlit on W'tilktr un Iho other, mul for n W P TxYLoa, Clerk. ter mul Cairo. .1 j.tl-.i.in-- ' "h .ri. .tf.'i.rv 'dtf- - .'.J!.i Iudiceatlon and at 23 and &o ccnW, by ! Tm: VOTE. Parantco fow minutes it looked n little liko & f"llsr llir '.t MiihUlt St. Father York will For Mavor Cowgill, 172; Mur- - war tunes as tlio boys fought ,1. W. COWI.ILIi. uruggisi. lliplrumti o'iiliirlly l'Uf'x Ptt'i.nr P.rldL'cl's niiin i'li. Iliokiiniu, the' til "rlu JjiilJ bj J KM. DWELLING HOUSE. roll, KENTUCKY SmEET rnlll, PrniK" knocked and thou went to cutting. 2 5? Ratnago, I0."; Ilrowu was struck with a maul 3rd Sunday (the 'JOHo of this Kissing pnitlosarotill tho rago GROCERY STORE For Cnuiiciliiion rornTro' Knro conatanity on nand "1' general month, and will lemmu one week, LIVERY STABLE. Tli.. nhj C.iiHinJLxu ilefealed now out West. Kisses are sold Pmker, 1811; Shaw, I7(i; Maxwell, land qui with a pocket knil'o twice And got yMrtlakiDillliltig t, ml ante l lecturing each night. And BAKERY. Kcpairttig donctt ., n tlio ithurge iTT.il solun nt tit vuiloils plleesiliul the proceeds 11.11: Sinitli Kith WlUiuni. 151; Wit- pine oi ehlell.x 1IOH8E3, IIUOOIES and HACKS. uio outs going loiougu Slnrk of C.roferlci will he nolil at a rel A poet sent o an editor u the inouiliors had diteelly or iudi are donated to the eliiiteh. Old! Mug, 121; llertweek, llll; lirown, kill H') mid Grlllln was trealeii to lUrlnir purchmrd the nahle, horBti and entiro outai of W. 0. Mummer COtltllltUlioit entilleil "Why do I r..,'ih luul to do with eii.v mm iiialds, tltr eo for live eonls; an- )S; Htiikner,l):i; Colo 87; Sohm.OU. a black eyes beforo ron.b-- nolurtiou. llie iiniirtr w.i lw or ' we popoe to continue Ibe builurft, and ooJibalants could lie soparat- - -she is pretty "' uiiels, not perhaps that thero was other man's wife, if niuoteeu-yeiinsweied, live!" The editor tlio Oil').. !. J Slrllll ) t (T.,rr r eorriiptiou, hut iiianv lwent five cents; a .l il l.y 'lh ilillh'ttlly '.. you sent.voiir coulrhiition miy aeliuil iSuAEI. ri.Ann. A TPv naiy -i ..... i. ...... i. i. i vv !::"::::: ."..;. c'r. rr.'..!..v c..!mi im.. i mm. Hickman, Ky. '.'" u'si! Itistvrt'J "! ''.'!!!g'"g il." aa. : mC2MA.1T, or "afJT"" Cilrinkins too niuoli Now Milium in bail pieeedenl. Seeoudly, niiiii.v About oiu party of that suit in Whisky. TIlO hist llllllieil TY LEU It in rumoieil Mint the compii. leoloied voters charged that the this town would break every man olanle and rnnnii uroceries,u0 i,L.,.,,, ;,.are.ior being .m t Itock.bottom Trice. My II. A. & R. (Jood Wor' rancv m ny that projioses to estahhsh a old Council luul not treated thorn In it for hi months to eoine, and moito parts ATTORNEYS AT LAW, iiinehino and Iniimlry wmks ut right In rojriiil in the ooloieil the proceeds would build a hum which wo will always sell at the tested nnd skipped out for Cor.UU.I. WORK a pfcia'tv Q3 liiikiiovvn. Brown and Grllllu havo Iliokiiniu, Ivy., will estahlis't u hurting grounds. Third, that JOHN F. Git AY lowest market rate". new stone church. UA UIOKMAX, - - - RESTOCK T lei'ovcrod and overv thing on tlic (SucceMor lo Ktiqua & Pellow,) Obion i hrauuli hiisiness here. so28 J. A Mnr.no 'a Sons. luul been too liberal in re Chin leb ton Enllavoii is quiot. ' di:ali;u is Democrat. attend lo v hiuinesa tnlru.t.d tho Children. They aro These weto the in it t it. ir lines. ttiiri6e. WILLtheir cate ,)ocaiiy Hablo to gudd.-Tim roinoltn.i nl' Hl 1VK I "(1 Is STAPLE AND FANCY onspleiious issues lllill do Mr. MerileU llraeken, Oletk thn OiCce -- Furniture P.itory. TDK. A. tA.. n. ii. iiiiii;ro:ts. is' uf tho Circuit Court at Dveisl.iug, lormlued the result. i.S!Sft 'JSS'iSM'l: at preso.,.' engaging the attention nov8.'7a '"" ..! .1... citizens ol Union City. ."- -a " .7. week ol Minim PHYSICnNillD SURUEON died suddenly lai euro. ki1Uvo llVluc.t. FunJ.r.l ltemcdy It tarei Vrl.tr ll t Viv Mitr:. . it V meeting of tho stoekholdprs bold by The Obion Democrat says that troublo. the iieeiiliar elinraeier of hoars of anxious watcblnr;. RESTOCK! .rM fur l'i.. HICKMAN, Tut Mtft S't va U ll t )u ii unit...., mul will,. ill lfl ,,,u P. & II. was held ut tho vvhiuli tho physicians wcio iiunhlu it. ,1. W. COWGILL, Diuggtst. ' I" .'T", iil" libfiiin l'ivt Biu'w ' t time, seriously ofJoet the hciiltli ot Ii.. Profdslonal Srrtlc to determine. IIouso vestorduv after Cliiil II oid OiilMab. iM The follow ins properly will 1'" old i -- Mr. R. M Methoiy has bought tho pcoplo mul tho lifo of the, llio eititeo of lllekman and tuelnlly A"J?. TUCK J". ,j ci,.ctcd tho lollowing ; CKMA .V, mul Cum onJ nil sain Knii'ian, (I "d Spotted goose-billlTIlO lialeil fnrTaxw. for the yenr 1S3S at tlio of Mr. Israel town. it the grocery Ky-IrectorR for tho onsiilnir year: C. " tho ...... ovorliuiiilant emu si k '""i1""" 'I1'" ii1"r '"' Court Hinwdnor, l ll'knian. r.QT l'lraio five me a call. iirtlo. ). i.iinti. Jul 8J (outinuo luisinecs Coun L. Ranillo, E. 0. Reiil R. S. Mur- ..f- .. ...A. linn in ii I...... " it. ..It t .... " MONDAY JaN 1. 1!s. h .ii. ,. .nnfit'V elan led 'rhi' So Mill " CI irk, and will Mr. M. Is a liberal lllill. ."i.K that stiltul. WMr. J. W.St raughan, jewel- - rpll. .1. M. Riiigo, OIiiih. Reod, II. ty Court day, K aU "ax U not isil'i: tor, brought us only u gioeu hltx alio Ii J V. I'lituill. I)ru- - 'at -, nnr P. of Land Is prenal J , Houston, W. F. llnulsliaw, Ed mnn, anil while the CouitlKU re- or. has recently located in Hick- 08 Christ inns nun seitieeiv eiunigu Kit. wpWJ "f HiW'l llmrv grets lo lose Mi. Clark, wo man, mulls now ready to repair p.,rlpy, Hugh Mulliollaud, .Ir. cold for a respectable autumn. Calh V IUn. Hlain and wunty l Mr. Metlieny on Ills re Jewi'lrj, watches, clocks, &e. All Thereupon tho directors oleotod At it regular meeting of Hick MU faliiU V,IUi.lilliUtU!i , J.t HO. an I ct. . . u v.. Tho nartv who borrowed u a lair trial, us his work tu(, followin-- ' officers: C. L. Run- u..w.i i'... to Ills old luisiiioss. ho asks is IKS ere al ln.l. In prelnt fto. 3, ol Kentucky ,,. f iVuiperaiieo, held Moudav turn V. Only. I"f copy of the Stututes will speak for itself. His shop is ,0, prpHidont; Ed. Farley, vice- H1CKMVNV "S KENTUCKY. p ll lUsrv, hiillj . . 1.' Tttnn.1 T.ll.lr In ll.nnnlv .... w ,..,, S ,.n"H! . v l..!,l r...iai,rp . llav n" Plirclia'CU .Ur K T (itrl"cr'a fioin tho Sheriffs nilloc, soino two . ...- Sarah Bal.tVidice'a luiri. Klalo and eaiiuy .. Uh h ... rilliwilltf ,....".......-.- - . I.. ....- ...rf ,. ,, I'lli.tn.i Mill. . ., ... till" IScrellllCS ......ol.t.... i . rj. I riiniuri ...... biiildiiiL'. two doois west of Hick W. F. Paxton, w. IIVIH, Ifcv. IV - wi'ii . --t Cllro mncK "I nonaiii D.u"oiiry. imirj $l.'i'.. Iliomi l.oilli'iiy or threo weeks ago. is ivpccl fully rttl.(1 i,.,.,,.,! ,,. tlu ensuing tonii: . Till I. when on wm socretary. iIVR M! I will continue to kep nu 8 Ctii..da. 17 arrra of land, In rfin" n"r u 'ing iliiiie, "r rilw ou teod. HlsnpnslilvociirororUlccrs, novO-troqitestod to rettiiii the same al M, Moilietiv, Select Counsel Tho coinimnv is detorinineil to band, at fte.. old aland, a uoinpli'ta Una uf IT w Itpurllleatlio man Hank. the Mike Eharha.l, Haltd hv Mill ( liambeta. Waoim, c I alio keep a Itl'l lni ol once. iuihIi tho road through without l(. ll. iirevaru, vice unimsfl-lor- ; vvliolo cjMciii, nnd lmulalies all lihctiroatla t2J eet.ta. awl oast lor; an ' eounly tax hooks, o 0. near Wiggins says extreme- cold (,.ay( nnd tho pledges secured school STATlOS'nitY, U n d o r t a k o r ' s Goods, A. M. Dollow, lC'l aar'a of land in preelml nd N'uuralKlo iiulns. Wo cuaranteo It. Tho now CTininell meetH Monhv O. W CrtddooW, for on or( mako it un assured fact, weather may bo looked E. Case, Treasurer; F. E. Une, SKWstwrKri. .1. W. COWC.ILL. Dmgglst. day night, the lllh, when Iho new nmniAii. tlonnil.kaDd S.dil Black Vh i X llowman l''el P" wiit. and roit. n a a a zrxss, iihout .liiuimr.v Ll. Ilo bus lentil '"yi wht'di ean lw "tteil sia'e and couniv lax above lut of prnpert, Miivor and Councllinen will bo Fin. anil Rett. Seo'.v; Jim. T. iiul Cotfi'i i" of'th So nOilce; Any ot tit abate not in Mo.it will to mi nn ; will ho miulhor oolipso ed wisdom from experience, ill Sicvr.N men linvo been iirrestod city lirt inaTaTcall.unJ at rcsaii"vlil will k iHiell for 0b t' vr ;! I tax iii.l lleiuld; A. P. Soils, iiiiililloil, and tho other There dU, ("lite F. Oli- this mourn. It will boa pnrtlal will bo observed: A low years nt Buffalo, N. Y., charged with prunplly praciirjul upu applhiitlon. uiiu aiiop VicatlHIckinin. Colleo-tor- , R. (Hazier, (lunrd; A. n. .. nut. Clerk, Treasurer, Tiu toil. in tt?r silver dollura and i Coieo and tie ma. CI.INT., KI.MS0N. Lodge moots Skeriff P'ltt Cnntr j obsour.ilinu of the union nt 10:U( ugo ho was liable to prediut 4tcfl Assessor, mul Attorney, will ver, Sentinel. Ji ..21 lmlf dolluis, Inch Ice In July. Mondny ovonlngs, on llio night of tho Kith. ho olsctcd. I J lioier, Tho Hickman Courier is thirty .rars ohi. and like mint her fumed ICeiituek prodtirt, It yiowa hot. ter with age. dipt, Warren Is the pioneer ciiitnr ol me i 'iiioIiiino.; anil no oiih unil iiiikn tor inn tret ion. An one of tho icniiUs Ilickiiian U t.iio of ihe most thriv-in- Tho liiw roquirod Mint tho prop-ositloIlickinnu, in common with nhotilil curry hy :t iiiujnrity "nny other Iowiir, Rpeuils titiutiiih of tho iU.tllllcil utort within tho ly sovcral hunilrod dollars in lliiiilri, whloh it did Louisiana Lottery tickotH, And corporttto hmnlsotuoly, not a one of Mioso n ono lias iliiiwn u fortuno yet. toting votiuj: ac.iiiiKl it. IIoit much lougpr will our boyn Ho, thoioforo llii'hiiimi IoikIh coiiitntio to hito at Mils lottery for tho promotion of thin bw.ikIU'1 tho vwiy irrnt ontorpiloo mid II the towns. -Our vouiic friend. Ham John- mul voiintioM iiIoiik tho lino, of Clinton, Sprint; Hill Milhuru, fjfii, tho rmlntnli, &o., lollow in tho wnbo iMiiinn couniy, entered upon tlio of thin fiamo public, npirit, wo arc illocluirKO of tho diitit'H ot; his of. iir.stuctl hy tho railroad company lice last Monday. Tho people of that Mioy can perfect Mioairmige tho county mo to congratulated moms for tho buihliuj; and oper-- ' that tlio retirement of ono good aliou of tho proposed railroad olllcer will only iimko room for within tho next twelve mouths, or iimither. Tho summer Is past, tlio harduring tho year 18S9. The people of Hickman, as inn vest is ended, Leap Year Is gone, lio plainly seen hy the voto polled and ninny n spiuMcr is browsing on this ptopo8ltiou are thorough upon tho short commons of single life, who could have had n hubby ly al i mi to tho Importance of lailroad facilities, mul to look after mul care for if elio what Is more, we are going to lmo luul lumio good uso of her opporMo-cow" SlUCt'fll. These goods must be sold at any price We will give you the ever offered, before in this city; UiggcsL Bargains AVo will have Auction Sales on Saturday and Saturday nightii & Come before thq Bargains are all gonel We thank our friends for past pntrnuage, and hope to see the.ia all before these Goods arc disposed of. M Htl QQi.-Q&Tm- & colsfab: IBHSfci.'EP. yjsrfsga J,, kji mtvch notice now on nil concerned that Hickman is dolcimiucd to have a new imlroad. in the Puroliiiso, Wo have ghcii our confidence. Padiicah nttd Muk voice mul iiid to tho i'mlucaii, h,.,tiinent of our pontile, plainly them. TlioCoUItir.lt voicing this tunities. Ux change. 1 1 ixy Til jj tt n jl j i , IV'l, 1 Call truus-Mississip- mis-ttc- n-- u I Jt ,ri. "-- GOODS. and Tho steamer Paris 0. Itrown, from ew Orleans tor ( iticimiall struck ii snag at iloiinitagc I.auil rt'i.ro.v (onxTV iir.utS. ing. Point Coupo Pnnsli, at 0 01.10,00(1 ror trie Ibrll Ilrlrs, Ac. o'clock huuiluy night inul aunk lo tho litinicmio deck, livool tlio A suit Is pending in tho United cabin crow, two firemen mul one States Circuit Court in St. Louis, passenger arc missing. in which some Hickman citizens Your county paper fills a field are largely Interested, Mrs. E. 0. that uo other can. It keeps jou Campbell, Saiu'l L. Ishell, mul posted on nil the important hap- others. Some are coulldout they penings of J our cuiiuly, has a good win win. word to say lor every enterprise M Thf eii-- e of Kmllj Defi'ilre cl al , n. the iiimigtiintcd and lahms assiduous- Ma'Jor (Lenl Co , coub up In the Unlte.1 Lui.U, JiiiIxpii Court ly year in mul year out to promote l)rer and Tliajcr ut St .tfnli.ijf, nn Moiidny, the interest of the town in which I've 'J Hi. on a ilnnurrer to put of the it Is published. timer filtslb tliedffen.lanln. Tli' action lii'ol' the ilt't; to 100 nrri'in (ncre) of Mr. Km. Dennett, of Troy, Ian I mm In the t"""i'),llil tl'c C'nnii.any, Ton n., wiih shot in tho breast by a ue.1 al S100 000 Ai Mr K. C. famp-It-ml Ul'zi Uiclle, of I hiit place ara some unknown party, Friday night Inst. ISctiiicIt was stntuliugtii his nlain.antu in lliu unit, we lirretvllli (;ivr I own yard. Ho is thought to bo Miiie Mrurit'arK l)lparegard to llie ca eli glrcn the fol Iul I'oit . ll E3-- LEA YE YQITR ORDERS FOR CQAh && EAST H:CS2A1n W. SOLHTG CiMFlIIY, Prop's, Fine Bug-g- Spokes - y arp-ii- K llii-- T I RELIABLE-Tl u-- k , A'Sli.-n- I !) tl '' 'aal ltSut i M - Fit-Nisiti- ,1 if.-.-",- " iriMinTor-IOlellui'lllltc-p- " ' .V. rWffifrS"m-e- o tm?.tLmEL.r mmm w &&&$ . In-- thi-viee- k. c i rxt-e.nin- u I its-m- ile I j vs BOOFING A SPECIAIttffCHAS. A. QOLOOAIBE, -- . . . -- ! -- i v 111"! - THE OLD RELIABLE!.. ffilClffi, warnily-couteste- HicU-ma- il tlfiy-tlirt'- o 1 - K l.niMI he-hov- e i. fa-i- i il J&. '&: s ! I - w Stray ZIotico. iURHBLL. I tov-ms- "Wanted! I h l. i t " i1 1 Ki-- -- .. -- - il l.' ui 1. -- I l.c-lli- il 1 i ClSrerrl" m "'"""""ll "V -- -' 1 - I lhv For Kent or Sale FArJs Paiikeh, W O 3P Prrt 'lie-uiiiis- I .:. u .....-..- Vr5W" - J. F, GRAY'S, Jil-2- w I i I., B. BBU1B, GUOCBSKKBS Confectioneries, f. I - M-t- - a H Fv.T11S - . - - to-- 1 ,,,, lazs: e aleX . aulO-'S- '.. ;. v ,' i - e ! lew -- A. OLIVER, B ook Store. lal, aii-- (1 -- i- l-- 1. 1 111 -. -- I It- ..., J- nr - f ' tj e o- - Otis-sett- . t. olll-cor- Cliuii-lain- I I ) aytw n. jP"T-- ; 7" I la i ( 1 i 1 i' ' lr 4 ifi At n Pennsylvania medical convon A GIGANTIC ROBBERY. Inspection better than tho bollos-letPOOR OLD HARRISON. to purify the books should pats under theond he felt tion recently, it wns declared thnt MONEY IN HORSES. 'bar-iiofficers arrived, taste, better than mathematics to of the other Why Democrats Must Contlnua to reliable areuraor, sn.1 people Are anil the Wmcaltlei hydrophobia Is a myth. Three 01 tho Hantsrredu-te- ra'-- withanil actus of rlievirasllim dresd The rretlilent-Klethe mind the to all Intrleary himself In awful peril, conscious of his to tho Question. Senator HtofkhiMsje' suitress as lie Will Hare In Meet. members, white on tho wny homo nfter verr ehsnje in dsmp or slorrar sissthsr. At own Integrity, but tinabto to provo that and elaboration, OodllnoBS is Profltttblo Unto nil Tho carnpnlgn ot 1892 opens with better than leg- of Tine Stock In his lottor of ncceptanoo Harrison the tho convention adjourned, henrd a cry thoush wsdonoiclslni Hood's Ssrspllll to he t In marshal intollcctual Integrity. That morning he rrent toGod tho tllseusirton of tho Allison bill In tho rocognizod and pledged lilmmtf to tho TIiIiiku. "liaising trotting and running horsos of "mad dogl" Ono of them darted up positive specific for thsiimsllim, tne tems'kstd" bank early, nnd he knelt down before forces for onset and victory. It S St' nn to. business," show Ihst II msr lie litkrii for tho spoils nppotito of ills party. is not n very unprolltablo with Hugh Miller and show him tho foo- and told the wholo story cf his mental an nlloy nnd spltt his coat from preface eutetltlmsrtrscled wulnlr of twnsnu No mciMiira wh over Introduced. In know," ho said, "tho priiotlcnl said Sonntor Stockbrldgo a fow dnys to Hills trying to got ovor a board (onco rlieumsllini with "0 Lord, 1 have II Soften Hie Timpcr Mini Prntrrts Hie tprints of the Cieator In tho red sandstone. anguish, nnd he saldi "I tlsscllonlnneulralUlnii lh KJlJIlfof lb Mood Iho Sonnto of tho United States bo full iMfllcullie attending tho ntlcmpt to ngo, as ho leaned back In an oasy chair six feet high! Is the smI of llrallli. Imtiirr. Industry nntl Makes will go with tho botanist and show him done right I have preserved my IntegriIt nnolhor climbed n lamp- whkhlstharsuie of iheuiuslUm. In curlnt Hit .Man Kind In Ilia .SplRlilio- ro rules to all ap- In tho room of tho Sonato Commit too on post, the suerosi of Mood's Ssraspsrlll celestlnl glories encamped under the cur- ty, but heie I am about to be overthrown, of Iniquity. apply tho nnd tho third crawled Into nn euniplslnt. If rou sulfrr from rbeumsllira, Irr Tftlniage's 'irrinnii. Thou should come to my rescue. It rooks tvltli tho communistic spirit pointments and removals. It will, Fisheries, of which ho Is chairman. tain of n water-IllIt will go with the unlessdeliver me." And for oue hour he Mom-bo- x and began to Bnyt Lord, of tho rich. It is tho boldest attempt however, bo my slnccro purposo, 11 Tho Senator had Just returned from empty Dr. Tnlmsjfe took the following for his astronomer on the groat heights where God shopherdt the great flocks of worlds, that continued the prayer before God, and then yet tnmlo by organized Plutocracy to elected, to advance tho reform." delightful "Now I lay mo," etc. Hydrophobia Michigan whero ho spent n text Ifnt Hiiininy r "Qodllnoss Is prolltn-li'- e may bo a myth, nil tho same. Drake's Sold br all went to an old blotter that he enlf Ill l for W. drn Isls. Apothrli, Irpareil Mass. unto all things, IibvIuk promise of tho wandtron tho hills of Heaven, answering he arose and all about, Ho opened It, and rob tho tolling- millions of America. This, with ino-r- to tho samo effect, day on his stock farm. It is sltuatod n Uitftll, forgotten r at. HOOD There is not a lino in It devised for was said In Indorsement of a platform fow miles from tho beautiful llttlo city Magazine, life that now is and ot that which Is to Ills solconslle calls thsm all br their had tlure lay a sheet of figures which he only tho lioiiofit of tho " forgotten come." I Timothy It., 8. Dr. Talmago names. 100 Dosos Ono Dollar man," the pledged not to make nppolntraonta of Knlnmnnoo, whoro tho Senator reA Valiiabln Frnnrlilie Nooiireil. Again I reinaik Ihet Godliness Is prov- needed to add to another line of figures lalill Tho franchise and removals on partisan grounds, sides, and Is ono of tho finest pieces of most valuablo of easydk'oslion onoof ths psuPtRion uurnmoTHEtiFfjr. able for one's disposition, tord Ashley, some lino of figures he had forgotten, and American consumer. to ono ami nil t A Imppy In tho gift of medical science When tho progress of invontlon nnd nnd tho Indinnnpolls Journal is now farm property In Wwtern Michigan. ' There Is a gloomy ntul passive way of before he went Into n, great battle, was knew not whsre he had laid them nnd tho can lie scoured by any person wlso enough hoard to offer this prayert 0 l.orJ. I accounts were balanced, and the I.ord tho nrivnni'o of mechnnicnl Bolonco havo warning Republicans thnt they must "I hnd not boon out to tho farm for toiiaoIlostoltor'B Btonnieti Ulttcrs, either waiting for the even's of tho opening year You are an Infidel if you revolutionized nn Industry and lmvo m. cordially rococnlzo" his position on somo tlmo," said tho Sonntor. "So ono to suppress growing dyspepsia, or to unroot If I forgt ile Ivcred him. to como upon us, nmt there Is n heroic wny shall lo very busy maturltv Illllous, rheumatic and Lord delivered him duced tho cost of production immenseof Rolneout to meet them, strong In Gosl i hee, forget me not." With su h a C'lu Is- - do not believe It. Tho "Theo expressions," it Ann day I arranged with my jxtrtnor, It nt uuun sufferers, persons troubled fever the subject. und with Uod answered Ills prayer as He will answer ly, ok, for Instances in tho of norvausness anil ttio oonstlpttrd, should ami fearing nothing. When the body of nan imposition as that, n man it t"'l Brown, who Is manngor manufacture says, "construed togcthor, show tho M pendent of nil circumstances. Ojr piety your prayer, oh I roan ot business, In of steel, tho republicans umko a Inttlo-flealso securo tho health fnuichlso by tbo It Cntlllne Has found on tho slight extent to which tho Republican party ths plnco, to go out and look ouir samo moans. every crisis when you come to Him. Now, concession wns found far In nilrnnceof nil his troops, will have n tinge of our natural temperathnt costs thorn nothing and Is pledged not only to nn observance tho stock nnd tako a sort of inventory ment. If n man be cross and uitr nnd it this be in, I am persuaded, as you are, and amonR the enemy! and the best way law, but of tho of it. Wo started nbout nlno In tho benefits no one. To reduce tho tax on of tho Tits really oRlolout laborer," says after he becomes a ot the fact that the vast inejottty ot ChrisIs not for 111 to Ho down and lot the events fretful naturally, vrllt lw found not W unduly Christian ho will always have to be armed tians do not fully test the value of their steol rnlli from $17 to $15.C3 neither idea nnd principles on which it rests. morning, nnd whon wo nrrlvcd st tho Thoreau. day with work, but will sauutsr of life trample over us but to go forth In bis lessens tho rovonue of tho Government lz.- - to givo stability nnd oflletoncy farm tho horses hud all been fed and crowd task surrounded by a wide halo of n religion. They are liken farmer In against the rebellion of those evil to his a Chr'stian spirit determined to conquer. with fifteen thousand r.croj ot good nor reduoos taxntton nor lessen the to Iho clui fcorvico tiy progressive groomed and were feeling and looking enso and lolsuro." That Is tr way tho This ; but religion has tamed the The papers were made out and some of Odilaat nndWorldRen.wnril Dlrlrtle Jour-naWo got out tho ofllco boy usually doss. Bomcrvtllo l'rrparaltoa la a Hubsiaare f condition. yot. have just entered Into business part- wildest nnture; It has turned fretfulness wheat laud and culturing only a quartor grip of Carneglo on tho industries of abolition of tho spoils system anil n In In o griitltudc, despondency Into good of nn ncre. Why do you not go forth and Anioriea. I'MtlVAM.KII rt'ltlTVnnil nership, nnd others of you tnke higher posubstitution of a higher rule of uc- - pedigree book nnd thon carefully .1R1II(,1NI. AVOUTII. .Imirnejr. sitions In the commercial establishment cheer, and tboso who wero hard and un- make the religion of Jesus Christ n pracltulldlng materials aro not reduced; tion." every young nnltnal on tho s .V solid eitract derived br a now front Pleasant journey can always be bad via where you were engaged, nnd others hove governable nnd uncompromising have tical nff air e cry day of your business life In many Instances thoro Is an advance. This langungo appears In n paper place. Many of thorn I had novor seen. tho Wisconsin Control Uno. tho employes very superior gmwthsof toentered upon new enterprises, nnd there been made pliable and conciliatory. Good nnd nil this ycur, beginning now, and Il 1st Jsitlr sislitt til ritttttlti if tlllf Is etill to. bo taxed tG.72, in which uphold Dudley's frauds and Mr. Brown would toll mo tho name of n nre fsiurteous nd obliging! tho alwpini: were last week In these cities teu thou land resolution, reformatory effort, will not ef- morrow morning putting Into practical twer and dining curs and d.iv order to protect rich capitalists who which speaks for tho benoflolnry of colt, and after wo had gone ovor his of auy In tho Northwest cswclif s aro hours A STANDARD DIETETIC JREPARATIOH, Tho leaving business changes. Ycu nro expecting fect tho change. It takes a nil Mler arm effect this holy religion, and demonstratIt good points I would put his vnluodown nt rrfnopal terminal jwiints nro convenient prosperity, and I am determined, so faras and a mightier hand to bend evil hnlilts ing In your life that Godliness Is profitable havo badly located furnaces where It them. No ono therefore need take And has lirrn rersimmoiidnt and certified to Watt-,1nro here as well at hereafter? How can you get costs $15 to ranko Iron that In properly for moro than it is worth, ChomUUand 11 I have anything to do with It, that you than the band that bent the bow of Ulyson my Inventory book nnd then let him anil Iho depots the most desirable route to It, Is shall not be disappointed, nnd therefore I ses, and It takes a stronger lasso than over along without thtsrellgIon?Is your physical located furnaces can bo made for fSor, Whatever Harrison's Intentions may run off into tho field. Wo si,xnt either direction between Chicago. Milwau- i'iirruiiilnir a very hUh degroo of ineuicat R'b'iice.asthe held the buffalo on the prairie. A lean health so good yoa do not want this divine 9. propose, as God may help me this mornbe, thcro nro certain facts ho must sovcrtil hours In this pleasant oc- kee, Ht, liut, Minneapolis, Aslilaud aud Balrator for InT&lids end tbo Aged, ing, to project upon your attention new can not go forth with any human weapons tonic? Is your mind so clear, to vast, so Wool, now taxed ton cents, is to 5o recognlzo nnd be governed by. Ono of cupation, and I toll yon It was quite Du.ath. Tbtitaxbubcoxvincbu t comprehensive, that you do not want thlt these element of snecess. You will have In the nnd contend sueeessfulff" Mt-iiA Hcrtnion Nrrrnrrtvu tn rorrinrrr taxed eleven cents, simply ns an ci - Jthoso is that tho Democratic Admlnls- - a treat to seo tho young nnd frisky I Titans tipforn mountains. divine Inspiration? J your worldly busi Is to bo supposed that Helen, wlfo of rcvKR, snd it lli:i,l AUU5 HEM Kill At mined. with' bustness firm, frngallty, patience, Indus-tr- f .. lr . ,. . tho lonutliMscnmHroff. kloklnu tholr hools Mcnelaui, cuso to ndvunco tho tax on ovcry arli-cl- o trstlon hits faithfully enforced tier tailUr doua up at the All! NT In all IiImwm- - of t'.tt Jst perseverance, economy a very strong iiui ycu nave Knp".' men imu wnose spirit ness so thoroughly established that you IStTKirriNiea flin In Iiiiik v. aas4ssssasjs. sorvleo In tho nlr. Well nfter I had entered Troy laundry. Jfcxfon ,Oautle. Into which wool enters. Pondloton law; that tho civil Gospel of Ulirlst came, havo no use for religion which has been over business firm; but there needs to be ono tho influence iienia wnnn uirratlvo nrnnna wrra m . Tho wholo bill Is a bill of consp.ra-tor- s as far ns tho law extends is now both all tho horses nnd sot a very modernto such alow aud sensitha enndlUoii disposition was entirely the help and deliverance of tens ot thoumember added, mightier than them all, until That t Ired.lanjruld fxlln; and dnlt bead Msluait toOraiium tins tbo only thhur this that (ha nnd clllclent. Tho Demoleagued ngalnst tho wclfaro of tho achats vry disagreeable. Takeloof Car. lonwrh would tolerate when life ewmed nnd not a sdeut partner, either the one changed- - Bo It was with two merchants sands ot men In crisis of worldly troub'e? value upon them. In no cases oxceodlng And, if what I have said this morning is itepublic. cratic party favored tho system lor nil tho price which they would bring in tor's Ut'leMvur Pills beforo retiring, ails' diidlns; in IU retention), ami, while It Introduced by my text: "Godliness, which In New York. They were very antagon'I b?y Myerfsiltcdegeed. Ss as tKCniiruntBLti AUi.it run ma If profitable unto all things, having the istic. They had done all they could to In- true, then ycu see whnt a fatal blunder It Popular clamor inado it necosary offices which do not rcquiro Demo any open market, I found that wo had T5U svwiisit relief niKiwni asi riuiTKi-rioor urisT promtso ot the life that now is as well as of jure rncli otlier. They went iu Die same i niieii a man ndjaurns to life's explra- - to seem to yield something to tho peo- cratic principles for tholr proper adwe do not hrsitato In saylns, ask Now tiiat Just f 103,000 worth of horso-flesmanufacturer of newspaiwr phlloa-opti- r ciiiiimis, tho nundlnc can at all comrsttn Tits no fiHl for lino of business. One of tho niriclmuU tlOinhdU.difcf IoIIkIuU. A 111411 Who pvll- that which Is to come." The Hepubllcan ple, but financial necessities required ministration. m.ans aklml ot literary sawmill with a healthy mother's jrJId of milk whrn what a nleo profit thnt represented. pones religion to sixty years ot age I suppose you are willing to admit thit was converted to God. Having been conbuwfvrr, the mother's milk U liwuiiuicnt, now demand thnt theso offices Wo bought tho farm three years ago Mcichaut Travoler. somo compact with tho robber bnrons In ipuntliy or In nutrltltn siitwtanc godtineia Is important fa its eternal rela- verted, be nsked the Ioid to tenoli him religion fifty years too lata. Ho may get shall bo vacated to make mom for nnd organized n stock company with n tho IMPl'ltlAf. IIIUXI'SI t, ns bss liccil of tho North and hast. tions; but perhaps some of you say; "All how to bear himself toward that business Into tho kingdom of God by llual repentPseii "no bottls of "Mother's Friend" "fnt-frtlnir.tdVr'Ml pnivtxlintliourssaicf ru,TiirBAruarK)ii. circular thorn. They wnnt to seo ovory man capital of i 75.000. Wo owo a fovr thou ft Foster's and he a. first confinement, vtcll i with the l want is an opportunity to say a prnyi r antagonist, was his was Impressed customer ance; but whit can compensate him for a brought few responses until Album's who has served undor a Democratlo I'nllke lhie ptTrnrntlnnsmadn from animal afterwards foil so , duty when a whole lifetime uualieviated and ? and itrnttlii rvinarknl before I die, end nil w 111 bo well." There fact that It sand dollars for running which am liable to atlmu. not b wlltiout or sinous malU-rfrtonds it forWouUlconlderntlon Uto the brain and Irrllatn the divwtlveorim.n. You want icilglon substitute for tho Mills bill was Intro- Administration turned out. without things of thnt kind, but all this Is mow "ilolbi r's Friend' are a great many people who suppose that nsked for certain kinds of goods which he any It embraces In Its tlemenUry coinpuuilon In the training of that child. You will nny regard whatever to Ills politics. than offset by the value of the farm. U A"i!r5"-i- , It they can finally get safely out of this hnd not, but which he knew his opponent V,bo"i.e. Oa That which JIsj duced Into tho Senate. Bona nno) in dealing with Wrti Hrailnt'td llcg l . Atlanta, (la., for Musola, that mnkes Btronx Oood world Into a better world they will lisve had, to recommend lrm to go to that store. want religion That Mil was heralded by such jour- That Is their idea of whloh makes Flesh So that, deducting tho nmount of capBold by nil druggists. further iurticuUra. esteru customer. You wanted reholy I suppose that is about the hardest thing a that exhausted the entire advantage ot and Blood, mat which ta ensr of Dla- a bill and "a progressive nlwlitlon of tho ital wo put In, tho profits In three ligion yesterday to curb your temper. Is nals ns tho Chicago Tribune its . religion. They talk at thnuirh rnlfirinn man could do; but, IWng thoroughly con. -. nn m... iion, neser Constlpatlnsi, that whlah system " They wnt the Ol!!e. years, without nny pnrticulnr efibrl lo k.k. lit," ui: to rcdiic.T Uses, but tho manufacturers spoils were a mere nod of recognition which we verted to God, he resolved to do that very your arm strong enough to bent your way SKA'-Ll-V""'-- ' ei.-irs-'b.T. There nro mnny rontons why thoy run the farm ns n money-makina n Proventlve of those lnts- nnd monopolist's, tho sugar trut and are to give to the Lord Jesus on our wny thing, and, being asked torn certain kind through tho flood? Con you. without behas lest Its oi. cause tlnal Disorders Inoldantnl to Childhood. rill trnsL knew lfcitter than should not havo them. Tho of gciids which h? had not, ho nH: ''You ing encased la the mall of God cteriul tint tf-up to a heavenly mansion, as though It I And while Hero moro than 1100,000. which It would bo difficult to concelvn of law and the precedents estab you see more limn n Svimtor' w.l"ry. RurHiin- - in Imxj orrirTcrt nicnj rrrarar ainj were an admission ticket of no use except go to such nnd such a store, and you will help, go forth amid the assault of nil hell's thU Thoy wero tariff exports, and lUtrr's Momrctan t'mJ Idrrr Oil is President Cleveland Somo horses raised tin this Knlanmioo Prei'Ms, !imtni and euros Onsump- - dolleloiv, or mom nouruhlnir and strenntttcii ? to give It at the door of Heaven. And get It." After a while laerchant No. 2 Can you walkacrois these understood tho effect of overy line of lished under a linf aa an ailment In Kivsiis, 1'ui.xosamV uisurn sure- -. there are thousands of people w ho have found these customers coming go sent, and crumbling graves and ami these gaping tho bill. It was tho bond by which nro strong reasons, anil thoy must -- took farm havo turned out to Isj very 1HU 1J no. C- lUkcr (i Co Insist on lUkrr I'usriui.irs, UarrniTK. iusrri-i- . asu , PblUdolphta. O.l u si ill At, Iitntirr, lt rarn mnllcliuil e ho found aUo that merchant No. 1 had earthquakes? Ian you, d great admiration for a religion c! the havo somo weight with Harrison, but vnlunblo nnd very fast-- Bell Boy, ami theio highwaymen wero to bo authorj ixllcnc! In all IMtillnai III leen brought to God, ,md he sought the outlive the gale? Ob. how ized to plllngo tho peoplo under tho his knowledge of tho character of the shroud, and n religion of t'ie coflln, nnd a things about CAtni, JpifHltr)f, ene cf tho qu-1ms Vhrnl ltlarrhtra which was purchased of Senator Stanreligion ot the hearse, and a re- samereligion. Now they are good friends many there havo been who, postponing the mora they nractictia soni ainati axil (ktUrtt IffiHlMMt protection for four 3 'Mrs politicians who uro npplylng to him ford fur clO.'HK) nnd sold ns a culso of e they sing it -l- )illas New. ths ligion of the cemetery, who have nnd goo I neighbjrs, the trace ot God enthe religion ot Jesus Christ, have plunged Hal DEtN INCONTCITADLY PROVEN. for olllco ought to havo moro weight. longer, und w hen tho llepubllcnn leadno appreciation of a religion for the tirely changing their dispositions. for $33,000, has just lowered hor into mistakes they never could correct al r f "hinges Kol.l I13- - DriiAiKUU. of Weather rouse throat ' Rrir-"Ob," says soim one, ! have a rough, though they Jived eighty years after and ers finally committed thcmselvs to Ho hns seen them nt work in Indiana record, so that sho Is now in tho 2:20 bank, for the farm, for the factory, for the la bo nmrt) rffoctuat Ibsen, s Ths-rI0UN CABLE ft SOBS, Kirtr Tetk. nnd other States. Ho knows that as a tho bill, "fat" flowed freely. warehouse, for the jeweler's shop, for tho jsggod. impel u us nature, anil religion like serpents crushed under dly f i'ougti, Coids, etc, than llnow s class, nnd sho is only thrco years old. broker's office. Now, while I would not can't do any thing for me " Do you know dragging their instiled bodies under the Theso fncts must bo driven hom to rulothey nro both dishonest and Inde- N. Y. Trltmno. iikhs 11. huh lias. Aau uiuy in turn IVIcc that Martin Luther and Hubert Newton rocks to dlo; so these men have fallen un- tho minds of tho people It is a mnl-t- cent, entirely unfit for nny olllco or throw any slur on a is. ..... . .a.. .. ret .,Iglon, I and Hlchard llaxtcr were impetuous, ,,,. ll der tbe wheel of awful calamity, crushed ot profound Importance, whnh Is trust Doubtless ho would prefer not Tn anctest IVrsvlsns hail whistling CHEERFUL OLD AGE. natures, yet tbe grace of God here, destroyed forever, while a vast of the new year to eulogize an lugs Tne utodorn jufs simply urile not to bo estimated in dollars andeents. to appoint them. Ho has somo family religion. A religion that Is of no uso turned them Into the niijhtiostuscfulnessr of others have taken tbe religion of Gigantic as tho robbery Is, tho ue to prido and somo regard for tho names Vthr the ('losing Vrar of 1.11 Should bt Tot iiisae. to you while you live will be of House to A manufacturer cares but very little for a Jesus Christ Intoevcry-da- y life, nnd first Irvoltt of (llmms sir I'rar. which money is put In corrupting tho of honored ancestors who aro disl known renKxIr for consumption ts l you when yon die. Godliness is profit- stream that slowly runt through many the in practical business affairs, and secondly will anvo thn "I look upon death to boas necessary ure Vrltlr.(lppet,(nennatl. ilntviirmUrrv, ilywrx'ptlo frsim fttPAt 1 vliablo him able unto nil things, haring tho promise of meadow. but n strong torrent that leaps ot the throne of heavenly triumph, have very sources of government is a sub- graced by his present associations to our constitution as sleep," says Dr. Oxyt, lio uIrIic. Tlicy pre flit intcrc-with tho Quays, tho Dudleys, tho the Ufa thit now Is as well as of that trora rccic 10 rocic, ana rusnes witb mal Illustraied wnlle angels looked on nnd a ject of even moro whisky blossam. Torro vviintuvcr Ilt flur-ta- o "w Franklin, in ono of his letter which is to come." And I have always enercv throucrlt tho vallcv and out to- - I universe approved the glorious truth that Money bus silenced ovory advocate Blnlnes nnd tho lords. He hss sense Hast" Kirreis. rtjrtshctl in the morning." shall noticed that when the grace Is very low-Iward tbo tea. Along that river you will "Godliness is profitable unto nit things, of taiill roform in tho Koptibllcnn enough to know thnt ho can not re 11 n llio flxMl 10 niusliullntn anil not In this cheerful vein wrote tho phin ruan'a heart he ttlks a great deal In Ami fluttering shuttles and grinding mill having tbe promise of the life which now from tho publlo ftaro Throat the bs'slmedl. Inn party. Senator Allison has sold his ward tho llio tMiily, giro ksM-- appetite, ai statesman nt tho ngo o( rir s ai'.isiRhor v of Itorehnumt ond Tar And a nature, is as wcllnt of thit which is to come." about deaths, and about nnd Hashing Half's I lone mess of pottage, and treasury nnd pretend thnt ho Is moved losopher and birthright for n coffins, and nbout grave, and about the swiftest, the most rujjed and the most eighty-two- . His vision was nt that tlmo like s 1 uuUiMha Drop Cro In ouo uiinule. d patriotism. wo are to bo dragged at tho wheels of to do It by hurch-ynrdI have no'.ked (hat Ihu tremendous, that U the nature God turns much Impaired, nnd ho suffered severe11 rngllsh the average Ilmslan word Is SLIGHTLY ECCENTRIC. gar tho triumphal chariots of tho money Ho hns been shaking hands with tho ly from gout but theso afflictions, ho anil sollil mtiaclr. I'lrganlly keahhy Chrl.tlan, the man who is living Into greatest usefulness. 0 1, fcoiv many a jr j .uunccd failure. luck. fiMlcil. I'rluss, snot a. mt Inis. near to God, an,) Is on the straight road to who have been pugnacious, and hard to Stories ot a Juilgn VI tin llrlUvrd In power. Tho work ho Is doing ho hns tough element of bis party at n great tells us, did not prevent his "enjoying Heaven, I. full of Jubilant .a'l.faction, please, and Irascible, nni more bothered been chosen to do, becauso onee ho sacrifice ot his own feelings, und ho Sense aa Well as 1jm, I). v.'T imrge or wotikrn the bowels, but or society, nnd being and talks nbout the duties of this life about tbe moto in their neighbor's eye Judge Bay. of Bouth Carolina, believed stood ns tho "Son of tho Morning," would llko now, no doubt, to put on tho pleasures act, n'''aily "n the ltvor and tuts A iN 0PP0RTUHITY OF A LIFE TIME. well Uiat If Go 1 he!.,. M . in their common senso and common law were pleading for tho rights of his people, his gloves again. But ho knows Junius cheerful In conversation." hvt-than the Learn ilka ..rrcctor. Carter1 Ulllo Uvor lill AMIMO.UlOf live right He will he!pMm to ,il9 ,,sljt There is something Inexpressibly own eye, w bo have been entirely changed In very close agreement. In trying crimfallon, nover well that theso short-haire- d gentry JsrXfCtlTSStL but, llko Lucifer, ho has Urn. U.S. 4iran( As undeslrabla vocation jiiuivocatlon Now, In the ftr,t placu.T remark: boautlful In old nge, when thus exhibibv the am co of GoJ. nni hare found out inal cases he always leti.d to tho aide ot to rlso again. ,at handled tho "blocks of llvo" that V Fserule-- t bv lh ike's Majaiino. godliness is good for a man, phyilc.i I that "Goilinoss Is profitable for the life mercy. A prisoner pleaded guilty to the devoid I Let tho Democrats now organize, to elected him; bo knows thoy havo an ted gloom, of quorulousncKS, discontentn j f chargo of assault and battery, but sub Hoi in Leranirmsi health. 1 do not mean to say thai U will I U m well fnnlm llf which nnd frco also, from unbecom-Inor Roro l'ycs Un Pr Ia.V I 1 IrsMlcted with UIH A yjMuior lorlls xtn mittcd aOUavtts to show lb.it the other carry on tho work begun so well dur-- 1 uncontrollablu appetite, and that If he restore a uroken-uow- n constitution tr to tome " TtPupson's IZyo Water Uniggitoll It. -. ( lovlty. Z,.' th nisnv sdssnUsmH.' does not aurrendor to them ho wilt man hd buzuta tha trouble. A thaa Inp; tho punt vcar. Ajalii I rciuarl ii4rm rhnwmtimtn JJlllLtU or lieu. tba y otiiiaiidltia Ibis Inr.1 w jm.arw ?T wwrm . Wo know of nn jrood reason why t!io J ralgfa from the rrmples, or pleuilsy trom ..i say: Ji trill not Uu lu rvstutrliilo nmfft'lill Jiisvo no ulmtici. for rcnoniinntiim. tlln'inti will la nslled tuts oij, mat is not so bad." J- - BANNER u tho I r tendlnc the side; but I do mean to say thntltglves As soon as ho is sworn In ho III closing yenrs of lifo should bo sorrow, If uanirs si ert lliffy"ie'"i mor We business less Tills angered tho plalntifTa lawyer, who for our foes to blunder upon defeat. religion the ' M one such habits and puts ono In such relli"1! rose to his feet, ond exclaimed t "Why. School vnrf man snd 3t- - lu ful Damn 111 Cellists-Mla- sl jj'jlnpju Not so thought Dr Hans. In may It pkaso yur honor, he bit off the From this tlmo on wo must push the havo tho mob around him, nnd It will As simply becauso thoy nro tho last. In most favorable for as tho pilgrim's falling feet bear him fighting, learning from Hcaurcgard at laugh at ids pledges. It will bo nn inrtritat was ssrd phy.fal hi'"0Sraphy of a Christian Meichant," wholo ot tho man's lip I" e1 tnu inilituUBii lor j 1, Loud H. tottering through tho final scenes of "He Kfew n grace the ins mi IT'"" "' "Did hoi" answered tho Judce, throwing Hull Hun and Meado at Gettysburg, teresting sltuntlon. . i.very ixxiy Knows that buovanr-- r siil ltiBen TT.11 I "1 IwubU fnuj ertitiu SUVHM.S, and not glvo the enemy tlmo for rest liuOlie. this "stninge, eventful history." Ihn f Ids Hfo more than atnny up his hands. "Send him round to me." 'n,t ,lx 7 IMS. 1.M, ta is, is good physical advantage. Olooni, . till Itl .. t Sffi sll olliff V1 pencu and happiness of tho world Thon, fellow beforo l....r..M. sMttiMts. i UUIIII& I1IW..U 1 arhialla and llaiaraa. .(?.more business crowding .cms IIO gave h'mhaving tho- - his mind. him ho and roeuporatlon. rest, dejection at war with everv Pul lAKtS CUCV.4 PENSION BILL VETOES. fltllflt. m. Mi ) IB. ul itn lard, a piece of him than at "Nobody rsAiki Mosaci. rmu.rm.. Tho peoplo uro with us, our popular must seem to him, onn would '! iation of tbe heart, and will, every had re and Pira eip.ra r ,f ttda, lb ehlrai t ' f r rti l natt. la Card rirtnnnllr, orlitiU liUHans. respiration of tbe lungs, li towers the any other time." In other words, the more but u Creek Indian would be guilty of such majority being 100,000, but to do tho Solid Facts for I'rrslilent ClevrUnil's think moro detlrnblo at every step. tllS aM4. Jam. fs. ltlf lifmllMn.M oaruaniy " R M BARTUtrS COUMCRCHL COLLECC. ConraritlT Mallrnrr. Kvcn If tho backward prospect bo dark vitality, It slackens the cirra'ntlon, while worldly lusln ss a man has, the more work to which wo huvo bet our hands ilS anu IM I SftU, laa.Ssr.ltUal Tho prisoner began to cry, and tbe judge, I'oof-add Siram rr t ' )C anal , OtiKA Bast SI. Jam to seive God. Does religion 0U, Un Tho malignant blatherskites who so with errors, thoro is light beforo Uau.u nni, la u exhilarat'oii of spirit pjint tho very balm wo need to overwholm tho friends of softening at tho sight, said Iu a subiued aunU4 UJ uiutba s Korktss. or retard worldly business? Is the ot Heaven through nil the currents of life. . aiAr, utua. grossly misrepresented tono: "I will lay you In (all for one Plutocracy nt overy point. President light attainable; and tho grunt truth Poes month." The sense of .Insecurity which sometimes practical question for you to Ir. In thu debate in tho House, tremen- C'lovelnnd In his administration of tho that it may bo reached should bo a VIST lt I. a,, tan, aS.f at Milr ASUtlM i IlLOW PRICE RAILROAD hovers, ow an nnregeuerate man, or It hang llko a mortgage over ha farm? It happened, curiously enough, that the dous LANDS aftral ytar. staS Uaammlla lialiau aaS sia. Is It a bad debt 011 the ledger effect was produced on tho public Pension Department should read tho mighty consolation. Is ,t a hen very next culprit was of pounces upon Mm with the blast of ten Wi, uas IV. i.V. Oil, was isi.1 I; II tha same namo, FREE Government LANDS. A. B. CTSSUOHAal. rarrrtpaUi. Is. Tho traveler knows that howovor ho tho estate? Does It crow tho and hid blttou off a man'i ear. The Judge mind, which was widened and deep- following statement of Mr. D. S. thousand trumpets ot terror, is most de- njalnst Inta.i lilllM Waahtnirloil altd K AT DSVSIIIITS Murphy, tho supervising oxaminor of may havo swerved from tho direct path ABO 0IaJ.Ua !A la. Allaha ai lllJH.'..hinMl.H. Htirilk pleting- and most exhausting, whilotho door through which customers come for lookodat him with perfect acorn, and said. ened ns tho campatgu proceeded. ecyn tsx tuiziu x. xzssia cs., s.ru-- a. , ittu I .fim If , ra lm,i...b.mi.Wa . .t-p"nlns to- - the Potomac district: biosdcloths and silks! Now, religion will I "... .ay yea In j&il oc3 mouth alongside feeling that all things are working aar na..iii, Tlml effect must not grow dim. Demtlltu-lli- r tll&SDll III im ItMu. t llln Laiala uo ulai Nrul.ra, S(NT mtK. "As a matter of fact, the for my good now, and for my cver- - hinder your business It It be a bad busi- of your brother, and yoa may blto one an ocrats should organize In ovory school has vepence, It Is still open to him. nnd thnt CHAS. B. UMBORH, Lnntl Commissioner, toed aw private pension for cause, aad inmng wtirare, It conductive of physical ness or if it bt a good business wrongly other aa much as you please." ST. PAUL, MINK. district In America, nnd this organiza- signed 1,M wnereiis tbe bills of Hepubllcan It rests with himself to strike Into it. tun rmi. At another time a man was tried for line lealth. You will otservo that godliness conducted. If ycu tell liei lhind the clo-ito tho terminus, and nttatn him Induce! Industry, which Is the founda- counter, It you use false weights and beating his wife, and his lawyer set up tion should bo carried down oven to Presidents preceding JOT affixed their names oven to only 1.JTO. Of the vetoed bills tlio I'resl-deDedicated tho rost to which it tends. blocks of live. '. Y. tion of good health. There Is no law measures. If you put sand in the sugar and tho plea that the common law gave a did not sign Blnoleea or tbem, tho right to correct his wife. Tne e Cur.t( aiit.rrh. VtnirBIaTta, tWsBfnaa. Whilo tho Republicans nro quarrel- rrasoa that tbe appllcaots would receivefor tha Icdger. of hygiene thnt will keep a lazy man In vinegar, and lard In butter, mors Judge interrupted him at once: "There Is well. I'lenrlsywlll stab him, erysipelas and sell for one thing that which Is aning over tho distribution of offices, let money by Utile out tnelr pens ons under tbe ktltf. r inrlr o llitirTlii ttfrt bwitlsi- no such luw." An old lawyer had occasion to stay , ana, as a result, these nineteen SWisrtTtiKifTir" enn bhtti r niwrtsi ivuAvr will bum Mm, gout will cripple him, jaun-dic- e other th ng, then religion wul interfere Domocrnts set themselves to tho work general Tho lawyer wont on, and Tie netarr of member of our nrtu his tt.s were vvvbum.i umn onuu will discolor him, and the intelligent willi that buslnejo; but u. law fill ba.liifsi. was buck nt tho samo point. pretty soon of education, nnd beforo tho next year persons have paid 117,000 more than they nt tho residence of a. professional lnlimM PV,3ioj IntrtMlur llan ft tmt licitfur IhiU r on har far ot cor.l of raoermiii would Tbe Judgs received u me Mils had been ILUtTmcnil brother, who was an old bacholor. In Hn prtiimcc physician will not prescrlbs antiseptic or lawfully conducted, will find tbo re. Iglon H. S. Ukli.-- " clOKos let thnm put in th hand Ki.iu luurrrupieu mm. of passed. One CatUln Green, la New Yurk HUin. OrroUrt rufcX Isfc-U- JI mU tvr lii rrrrirr--;- , tsakt A jtiu r, tuu ttiuliillir tl.O tiOet nTu. Up niid Itdirlfugr, or enoilyfle, lut saws and ham. of the Lord Jesus Christ 'ts mightiest aux"Dut If it ploaio your honor," said tbo ovcry voter documents exposing tho I know eot ffTT i,irnnTrrf rtmitr more than he eipected. IirUKirtita, Karraartrllle, Tat jCti wiid. lftyilnrtrl.f..c.mWh fO., HOtLT. IHH. m ri and yardsticks nni crowbars and iliary. The applications of these people had been for breakfast, but his gnost was nbout lawyer, "suppose you should go homo, and mfc flf m In i RfNUll. Sain's Sp1Se catd ear ttM of an snirr 00 nt In the I'onslon Offloo before 1(8, and, plcknxes. Uellgloa will give an equipoise ot spirit, should find your wlfo In an unruly mood, Infamous character of tho war tariff. There Is no such thing as ood rirta rwj fAskv. . Dim an hour late. Tho bachelor, wUMngto Bitis un ll.U it. pra.rrljMl,.n Tho National Association of Demo- iccordlm to the law, when granted, they took roprovo him, remarked that his motto, bA.1 rlll, snd S3lssliertr in Hwlorhralir phyical condition without poiltivn work it will keep you from ebullitions of temper and sho should make an attack on you" ' Sir," broko In the Judjo, who always cratic clubs, or, to ubo tho old Jeffer effect trom tbe date when Hied, when a II T SIIOHK, Hkh lllll. Mo. of somo kind, although you should sleep and yci know a great many fine busisioner by a private bill would be paid from the like tho Duko of Wellington's, was that 15-TO- N on ihiwnof snan, or rldo in carriage ot nesses have been blown to atoms by bad stuttered whon excited, "air, if yyou son phrase, snd I Democratic societies, date of the bill. In nine of the cases bills "tho llrst turn should bo a turn out." taVpnI fiinmr -i on ninod 1rr Mln nd A4rlr tolimrarars, ruallal mnke that 1 WAQON SCALES. I oftist upholstery, or have on your table tcmpei It will keep you from worrlment I were absurd and mrnlnRl, Inone Instance should bo perfected nnd extended. TIIKSWIITaPKCirir CO. 00- - commit you for Ir Mtrsrl Hkfiaf, all the luxuries that Here poured from the about frequent loss, it will keep you pension to poor woman. In Tho Benedick, with nmdy wit, replied MIAWIIU. ATLAVTA OA Chaunccy F, Black;, York, Pa., i, a bill glvlna adescribed as aadependeot ? v, Ine ats of Ispahan which she was i", im rntciisx.Prui I la.aAM-I-thnt his motto wns that "ono good turn .sa.nia father, and prompt.lt mh keep yea an 1 Hhiroz Our re'i'ne lawyer desisted, and the decision tho president of tho National organl-ziitlo- passfd both nouses. There Is not much won- deserves another." ELY'S ligion says: "Away to the bank I nay to back fiom Mjuanderlng nnd fr .111 dissipawent nnd societies in all sections of der the President didn't that MIL la avi JUAlWwMttv rrwlki lli fitlii! away to tho shop! away to the tion, It will glveyou a kiudnesi of spirit ion. against his client, Ywth't CompanIW twelve other Instances It was found that ih tho country should plnco thcmsolves applicants bad fsrtcry! tJc sir..cthlng that will b:;1 uji which will ts "Seems to mo you're always wanting CREAM BALM aBaali?r:vi?,,SaHI afiilifrvl TTitl frx frW lii smsi ttm mm rHstlns'i'-b-- d froa: deserted the army nnd wero In communication with him. There never reinstated. It was discovered that ninety, money, Mnry Juno. I gavo you the energies of your tody, mind uud that mere store courtesy o hch stiake Dr"'' . til ar SAas tais rsrsa t m AMERICAN CLERGYMEN. thaicaiarrhiobiiil saW soul!" 'Dlgent in business, fervent In handi violently with you, asking about was nover a moro propitious tlmo for live more applied for pensions for disabilities cents yesterday. Do you think YOUH fVN spirit. eivinB the Wd;'' while upon the I h benllh of your family when there is no Not as Kriiillle, Hut Far store rrnlllalile 11 movement nil nlong tho lino. If that bsrred them from the service, and they I'm a gold mlno? Hero's a quarter." Ihft vtrt gnat torn had not been In the army nt all." . ltMl. Mfs I Than Their Kngllili Ilrrtliren. bare back cf the Idler and lie drone conies anxiety to know whether your child Is Uislfr Hkasllsv. Democrats who beliavo in the princi(Up town nn hour later.) "Whnt's la ijp note, ont platt W liruhMiti Kloitr sVI'nrit, lit )ti Somo IMI rSkalsVn don the sharp lash of tho apostle as well or sick; but the nnxlely is to know Hnglish tlmo a30 I was talking with an ples of tho party will enter on the Thoso facts, which como from an that? Carry this State by 15,000? HAND official source provo clergyman who lamented tho fact i be sayti "if any man will not work, how nuny dozen catnbrlo tatt KMt .irr rani, mora titatl campaign now: if in ovcry State and dent was honest in histhat tho Presi- Pvo got fiO that says ho won't. Put aeilher mnll ho eat' Oh, how important Inkaaplni I'oullry. Alxrl'lIU Kit Sill. IJai..t disposition of you will tako and pay cash that rs u rule American clergymen are not Tuo lotltti of SI$ kcliolurly men In tbo English sense cl overy district Democratic societies aro II U t'i:i:llIII,I.H, ClrrDlaraAlaallluimlala In this dny. when Romucii Is said down, It Hill proparo you for the practipension hills- - Mr. Cleveland's cow up, gentlemen, or shut up. Money nbout IIJSIIJI IIKIIH, r.a.ton.l'a, nliiilillcllun tho word. Doubtless this h truo In a oiganl.rd ut onto; If tho distinction Crsam julm dlJ Ihi fcTSAkl IIS rillU.., UM lataiaa snitomy and physiology and therapeutic cal duties of every-da- y life I do not ardly malignors assailed him simply tulks." Chicago Tribune. and some new ityle of medicine Is ver mean to uy that religion Hi I make us measure, although wo can point to Amer between tho principles and practices becauso ho was fnlthful to Ml K0I4 ami I'irt lean clergymen who aro tho peers his trust. Southeastern Kansas! "Did that lady buy nny thing?" Ht ij an mil ft.?. tnd anon springing upon the world, tint financially tich, but I do say that It will Hnglish clergymen la profound of any of tho two parties aro mado plain as Ilarrhburg scholar (I'a.) Patriot. you should understand that th blcrl.t Kivi' 111. It villi u.surw 11 uf a toinfi.rtuIil nnilt.p asked tho iouelor ot his luiiv boy, Htlm I. it.i. awa'. a OVCI'V nubile ini.UMiir.i ACIUI-Jfthll. Hut wh must edmi- - th. .knw MM.. mt ililllv f Itjlt l A tlM 4kssw 4im4 -lotinUtM. In lrtu! of tt in Ul rrM. tall.t. IsTll at school of niedlclno Is tho school of Christ, suhal.ier.ca a I llio wny tinojpli. nnd it clraof hf.i lii thH country hare ma-Jn lady In teft the rten appar ipsrt) istitrr-nrints rtr&nuirst au4 is .la.. t?.ao M t.t ? Ufiuat, TtHtiiffst. ftrt riM it dUcusston, the complexion of tho, next DRIFT OF OPINION. I., null rrrli ft. which ueciares mat 'Godliness Is picfit-abl- e m ill help us to.llrct Dim bank, to managt Impossible for tbo averajre clergyman tf House can bo determined bofora tho H1SXU rtlt a. 4 R4R.IK, ItwIBttLB ently In n temper. "Sho nsked for nn J iJ, fju, rl, u SLYHorilklia AWartqsi. S..V, oik. ,t i fM tit. i unto all things, having the promise the tratlle,to conduct all our binnieM mat- become a deep scholar. Our clergy have now Senator Blair and Sonator Itid- - old gold breast pin nnd I asked hor if ".ai. Congress meets, and tho results IMlOCI'ItKn, over too much of.lhe Jiftf that now Js as well an of that ters, nnd to make the matt lu.i.gnlflcant bad j sproud Atf of tho election of 1892 may hs'do-- dloborgor nro two uwful oxamples of sho took this storo for a Junk shop 2K. lK4tHCMAHKK. UtT, wnlch Is to come." Bo If you start out ntTalr ot our ,lfe a matter 'of vast ltnpor-leno- 3 eround and do too many things to make Adfir frtm IIik!i mental and physical Intemperance. OAKLAWN FARM. ttiu eluguut lelsuro of tho scholur posslblo. Then sho went out."- - .Tcwolor's Wccklv torinlneu In navnnc. two men In the world lth equal physical cit rrf erenrei. Ixrs gjorlfted by Christian principle. . I stHrltitrs hrt'i sii.ih ft.i AJVpagu lumk A,rtrM They havo hod to do hard and rough pioneer In thnt contest tho pooplo must de- rrovwence journal. bo ilth, sr.d thm ir.i of tUiu -- hall Kd (!, In "cvv Yoi City thie was a merchant W. T, MTIUIlliLn, tl U- -, r.tutikl4s, . f, PERCHERON wcrlt, and In a vast number of cases havo cide between Democracy nnd PlutocTHE MARKETS. liSM sm rt4. is it worth while to uttompt to trXiMfc TUU PAltal t lellglon of the Ixrd Jesus Christ In his hard In bis dealings Hithhts fellowi, who had heart an tho other shall not got It, the bad written over his bank ng.houso or his of to vox their souls with knotty quostlono racy, und tho differences between tho enforce or improve tho laws concernFRENCH COACH HORSES, TT in in r" ni financial ways and moans unknown t ClNCTMKATI, Jan, S. Mil Msf fAll 0119 who becomot a son of tho I.ord AlIMI'OIITED. o coiinting-hi'iisroom 'No compromise." tuobliould bo mudo so plain that no ing bribery whon oxccptlonul contrilSM4Vis, S)4r1 I lh 60 tho bencfio s a) mighty will live the longer, "With long Then hen somo merchant got in a cili's In doing tho al elorgymon of Kuropo. And fool need err therein. STOCK OS HANDi Ulllitlt l.rfiMsii W Choice butchers . . ..... work which was beforo them 111. KstdUasl LouUnlle butions to tho corruption fund of tho llOdS Common . ................. 3 US (M n frl Ik 300 PITA M.l O.NN otsenloa. I nllap, I Ul life mill I satisfy thee, and show thoe my and v. ent dow no fnuit of his, but o h I think thoy havo shown u powor and an Cnuricr-Joiirna- l. Hepubllcan party tills year aro mudo WPI3 svltwktW rrrtsiMl-Hils- i, tu, alia seal If.ll Idll.TH wllh l 5 OS t4 flood pnrkirs ., hjUIaritlMtnufaeturinj;Oiy,M1 f1ffrtlla. Mi?r Pf salvation." of evilclrcimntnr.to, Vliolra padifTers. auprrlor Imtl and all the aptltudo tint a moro bookish set of men 4 Co.. Cincinnati. Chios centennial tho basis for recommendations to places BIIHKI' (Jood lo choice it 4 75 Azaln I temark that Godliness Is good tther uierchnnts Here villi.ng to compro-mis- o never could havo shown. ttoo (.'ood to choice ridiiii l.AMIIH .... BID IUM r. Ingalls as a in tho Cablnot? KI.OUII-Kam- lly Albany Argni. aaaa,siiajf.rtSSk.-lljmiui 4 50 it 4 KJ ATION ftNMit ARXAK8AI. for the Intellect. I kno some have sun- they ., It is not so long since ono of tbo surest would teko tereniv.flro conts it Ilrtlllant, the inial famoua llilnu alrsV . .. ....I .!..! !.. . -- . .... . ilred.. ... W U W liooii Und. Iw price. There Is a proposition on foot to "My weapons," said Mr. Ingalls.tho .. .v. !.. ju.i as uun 111. a man enters on ... uoiinr, or liny cents, or twenty ways of reaching a mitro in tho Kugl ah 1110 TPUU !. i. ml Vt No. 3 red M ftiallir. ITIrea Bfaaonishle. rrop. MtpiiMl(iri'iiUr.,l'rt4 l.l nllmal T.NIIX. l UonI Into tbo Christian life his Intollcct goes cents coining to this insn lastof nil, ho church whs to edit a Greek play. Huch a Kunsiis yawper, "huvo been those Trrni llaay. Han't lltivnUhiiut lnatrt. m.man f'timnilaslc 46 Corn Ko. i mlied Wi of securo a foreign appointment for Murat I.i; (!)( U, .irk. Oats-N- o. SS it mlseil t IjW Uds Vl Intoa bedarflng process. Bo far from said ".No comnrom se I'lii.t.nnnlnin. stnlo of things has never ixistcd In this gludlator, not thoso of tho Hint Jtoat Hucci-aalHalstc.'id. No ono objects to this. Wo rAs tais ririH I.I l'I Itye-it BfH asmssin." at ....... 'rrtSlUniT i!tl(aillllal.na.Hn iaj .r. aiisrs that, rell ilou will give new brilliancy to died cents on tue dollar anil can alford country, and It Is to bo hoped It nover will 1100 (BUM) I Smiths! no' Cur Ard In tho samo breath ho goes on In will nil willingly sign n potiton to that TOIIACfO-JIcdlu- in to choice naafr, 4naa. r ilv fell) 10 ths Int'llect, newstiengthtotho Imagln- - to walU" Well, the Hhl turned, nnd oxisi, even tnougn It should give us a Leaf..., ..10 for Uoiipaimilinn iiot offoct. Tho only question Is: Which I i.ulj l'llllVlNlH, bul 11 00 ttirwi flood f.caf .... AYNE, ILLINOIS, ,W1"NHAM. B'UaTarearJaas. atlon, new force to the will, and wldor nfler a while that man ai In a crisis of on r not ministry. The ability to throw his peculiar "gladiatorial" way to alxi (JUltEM llosrts.. AUslft that becuuso tho Picsldent's point on tha globo is tho furthest from I'ROV'lhlUNB I'ork Mess. .11 esi4 7 71 sning to all tbe Intellectual faculties. business, and ho sent out his agents to new light on the dative essoin Greek and noes. , 7 4f) it W . steam discovery of u new shade of moaning wlfo ventured onco to glvo IlUrrKlt-Cholce Dairy II Cft 17 Christianity Is the grrut central fire nt compromise, and tho agects mid to the tho somo cmphatlo tho United SUitos? Omaha llcraUt. niCQCAU0" PENSIONS, UnllC "T1111- - "" sptn,IVnmanililp,AHI. for Oreok partlclo are doubtless ImPrime to Cholco Creamery.. l ft 3) OULUICnul,7dlaib,,N w.etc.ii.. fflUInC inalle, Shorlliand.vta, thoroughly lansSS wh cU Philosophy has lighted Its brightest merchants; Tho Scnuto hill Is in no sonso n AI'l'M'S I'rtme, pcrbbl J W portant accomplishments in tholr vav. but denial to eortaln dirty lies nbout her () toich. The religion of the Lord Jesui ",U '" 3S (9 W .. "Will you tuko fllty cents on tho s.ir.ls.r. l..l.l.l,D.U tjuiai circul.ni frva. thoy would bo of no value to an American husband, thoroforo tho lies must bo compromise ineasuro. Thoro is notu l'OTATOI'H 1'rr bush SarSlSS WIS rsriaa.Tka.ta aria, Christ Is the fountain out of which LearnNKW VOItK. 'Mo." "Will yutsUany thing!" clergyman, whoso erudition, no matter true! Mr. lnrjulls flatters hln.ir compromiso in it. It is tho most radicnl A.N.K.-- K ing has dipped Its clearest draught The GflTJQ t'r,llSamaia4iBakimrllooairwaillifrailSl and Western ..SOT Cl i ) how profound must "ion ine 0110 iiunurencention the dol- Into pmct.cul It way bo. and bo directed most outrageously. Tho "gladiators" protection ineasuro ovor introduced In Kf.OUtl-Sl- nte trilKM tVIUTI.NU TO AUVKHriNKIISI'LKASB 3 red....... (t (W Ml CaMljoalM Hellion poured forih no such In p.ring lar. No compromising ?... J',,"'MlaallkawafM chanuols afala lhal isi saw tbe Adstrtaseaieot L ttdt used for tho whoso methods most resemble his 1 (JlUda tho man No.Hrcd . this or nny othor country. Itovonuu iiS!ii";.M', f,,t Olf aro Hiit rs as those which flow from undor the who wrote that Irmcrjptiou moral uplifting of tbo people. pata OturcH Corn No, J mixed llH'ii ID, nvr his count rtme$. Is only Its incident. Monopoly is Its the sneaking " Mixed Oats t rone of (lid clear as crystal. Itollglon who !l 6t 3 door d.ed in dutitullon. Oh, ,13 75 H 01 object, and by spocllludutles and other rOHIC No Mess lurk j in dark corners to deal tho gh en new energy to Poony, weeping He want more of the kiii(Iu,s 0f has LAltD Western Hlcam the Ooi-jiU S UU In Dr. Young's "Might 'Drought," teach. wayfarora deadly blow, or tho such devices it goes a length In thu Humble Workers. and the spirit of Icie our business CHIOAOO. vitriol-throwInglnCoHper' "Task," flaming In Chas. enterprises! How many tl ro are In this practical application of tho monopoly g 7S If your station Is a humblo ono fill it to murdurout 5 SO I'l.OUIt Wliconsln winter who Wesley's hymns, ntiJ rushing with ilred tho best of your ability, and that la all rajs. WV In a crowd to uwnlt siifo chances theory that Bopullrnnlsin Itsolf novel house today who could testify out LSLAKD IIUIE hTOCK VkWt, Clrosse Isls, IVsjn. Cosntj, If l(lilsa. No. SClilcnKoBprlng, ...... V9),iit V splendor through Sllltoii'"i'ara- - ohii experience thnt goillme,, (g of tlolr that will bo required of you God only 'or indicting torture Corn-N- o, wont boforo. St. Louis Jtapublic. ...... and disfigureprofitable wants now and thon a Paul, a Luther, a it, S3'i Atoul too animals en lisnd, Trlrn trsionsU t ttnni IIorsa a1 dliol.oit." The religion ot Jesus witil lur uiw inn lililfciiun-lt(i fuaraalssd trttdus. lJUia tisloiia nt hl.icrr of lb tiea.1 tur. br toalT ment upon un unwarned victim. His IHtf a uvrn lllllCS Calvin nnd u Moody, tut Ho always wanU, lua Tho null manufacturers of ths, l'OHI-M- cs .....UK) it 1H3 has hunt: in stud o and In gallery of art In their business cnretrvvljen thsy went iWitssSAVAUE4 iAWWUM, Detioll.allcli.' gladlutorinl weapons rescmblo rooro Schuylkill valloy having helped to se44 7 50 worl I always wants, a and In Vat lea the best plciures-Tlto- n's here for holp, and there for hei nnd von-,- " and the und women ready to multitude IIAI.TIMOltK. FRENCH COACH HORSES. "A sumption lUplmsl'. "Trnnsflgura. der for help, mid got no !iln until fhv of men tbe tunnels Hnd in ties bury their thoso of tho ruttloxniiko or tho wasp curo 11 porpotttutlori of their tariff bounKI.Otllt-Fum- lly ., 3 Goua 3 CSV of society, llvos In ' thiin tho good swords with which nn. ties by threatening their workmen with Hon," Huben's "Dtucent from tbe Cross," 1.lt l. tf.i.n ll,. n.l tttsj fuC TWaallfollr form4 uw. mo erring for His de owiy from tho gaio of thoso who eok 0 Corn Mixed ,.,. 41 it ) K, audn's Iriit athletes mot ,ni bravely fought lets work and lower wages If "Demo''ihimiiig I!u.b,"and Aligniu's Il.raiKe, nnd tho L. id eui lets noblo uud u ions vnduriug wurk. To a lloas and Mars, in. SO im)d them, it 31 "Last Judgment." Ilellglon has mud tho tho arena, fool to foot and brcanfto cratic free trndo" should prevail, rOKK-M- ess scUon, lia-humble in vast nuinho of such in a annnoiiariroinourgotiuelrop rrb th palronss nil 'i undar I.AItt)-l(enbeat music of tlift irnrl1 IlnvHnr. L.icat u i . "., MM aiOWit nil workers, like thoso "of whom the world ireast, to furnish Homo's holiday, lliairD UJ II ....S.I now proposo to cut down tho hours of CATT'LK-li- rst of Hi. l'rfnrh (lor. quality, 3 B7,a 4 ua lion " Handel's Messiah," JIoz.it', "He. ' balance his neeounts. If- - T irnnitnt, rot cat, "Z, . was not worthy," the Htnte, tho church C'i tragn Ulobe. labor, and to rcduco tho puy correlocu. and hlitorf of quirm, "Is It poss.ble that a religion which them day after day. iiightsfi..ni.h "t.Vm . tti prcd address INOIANAI'OMa ...l aud society nro most dei ly Indebted tospondingly, ns a part of tho regular Z y, 'zlutia TsTV l . tmllil ssmb lndo,tructlb!oiiniiuiutfnts.nniI he was sick nluh unto 7...i. day; and, though tholr natnos are un W ltis no bnd sehomo, that of uk. policy of "restricting production" in n 31 ' SiTa&rarssQf t hUh lifts It! uiislgii on the highest nroin known and their doeds aro unsung, yet in iiigtlw (. lie anew lie nan 101 lak. e entire Ciibinet from Indiana. ordur to maintain prices. Tho n (t uji luinlorlen of worldly poner, can lmvo Irom Ihut Ittiib, but soiii, the world to como they amy have a fuller Detroit, Mich. ,w for som(1 Joy und a more blessed Inhcrltanco than It would miiko Mi. Hnnlsou so popular niiv tfltot ii0'i a man's inlelk-- i t I lit nro getting their oducatlon on FI.OUR A No i.ouiavu.i.K. 4 81 (7. J 00 iw.101! Insciulublo then ,tus' accounf ... .statu thut hn might carrv p, many who ro rccupylug a more eousplcu. in his o an I unluigeiuenl' ,Nnw, I uoinuivnd wouldn't balaiue. 'Ihe NORTHERN QROWN this question In 11 dunr school, but it '. red Q M place, und seem to be doing n lurger '.Mla 0 lu 'IU uli'ioiu tho uso of Corn Mixed UoJIlneks as the best mental dlsu.plliie and the morning of ihs 4syHhen the ous lu thu woilJ. thrbflan noulrsv-- . it .llvt will bo conploto boforo 'Hi. A'. 1' work Oila- Mixed - LutrnvUU Vumia Journal. boydlt,. ft nut saTaWt I'OltK-Me- n sUI STkaff JOHN A. BAL.tU. i.e....;. 11.. sTsaaf Bass , llVrW. all 10 DOES RELIGION PAY? tr Cold Waves Art-In- te et TarltT-llefbr- lreter ro-Rt- 111 Clvll-Sorvic- Hood's Sarsaparilla 0. New-Ye- y. Civll-Scrvlc- o incU-natio- Call-ferul- a, msmmJm pn-cf b I flrst-cln- rirant Hg-lro- ii , bralsra-onmntiero- y, 11 .the lil IWSIUI-SV- 1 x poll-tlclu- s m-- iincoiu-fortedy exiH.-uto- .1 ' or g con-cor- .a .!.orrbl5 cr I C'hll-Njrvic- o sharp-shooter- iliy 1 - water-logge- I UUs,!ilMr ld e cart-wheel- ..... er ante-morte- rmil-tita- Tutt's Pills Sick Hoadaoho, n Tl-e- U n ne rs prayer-meetin- water-whee- l. high-minde- s. Dovolop Flesh 11 Cora-nin- ship-timb- tht irfM soli) i:vi:uYvui:iti:. v. I' 1 ...r "' 9 .. 1 con-dlti- 'I'tininmuiiiji 5TJACGBS Qll For Lunibngo. rrm,ntl7. "UI.V .)&?! l' I.I 1 r. 1 ?WPx ibir I ,...., y 1 -- ' (. NORTHERN PACIFIC. rni u.! ! er . ... .. 1. Ada.-as- ar-ai- o bus-ban- d electricity beet-juic- tnir trar-lK.na- na) b- -i lt !. r In Iliat a-- a UiVaV.S csly ii Catarrh IT-A- S60 lr, seven-ty-fiv- -- WWkMmm: I m;.. Mmm IPRJR W Jim featTlvl '.ccucn t -U-- GRIND MILLr lUflQI Tl aii- -t que-llo- s W. DUNHAM'S PATENTS 3.000 mrt 1 . 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