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'" 3. rUm waW irf V f FINE JOB PRINTING With EVERY FRIDAY nv- QEORQE Office WARREN, Jsokson Btrcet, ntxt door to City Kali OEOnGE WARREN, Editor. JPrlco of SuIisitIiiIIoh, $l.JiO CURRENT TOPICS Htiikkt cri In Chicago or to In boated by gasoline. Tin Irani of tha I'rlnce of Walei ti growing very gray. As Italian family tit llotton ni(.k (4,500 a year grinding A mitkohIO slouo which lately tell In ltussla contalnod several diamonds. Antrim, N. II., report twenly-irvn- i Inhabitant! who are over eighty years band-organ- ll I Colllolon Noarl ikron, roa. Ton AnEatt-llound HICKMAN Tho Oldost Newspaper in COURI 18, 1889. EXECUTED Neatness and Dispatch. a.,i n i SALE BILLS, ENVELOPES, LETTER HEADS, BILL HEADS, INVITATIOK3, s Wostern Kentucky. ETC., ETC. tiSTAIft, rHJH) DEATH ON CIIEJUIL O., HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, JANUARY AJUIJS IN AKJtlOA. LION MEETS HIS MATOB He Tncklee VfUo TqBBfflV. Cav. De. Ul NO. 15. .mnn. ItiA.. or th! ,llk , I 0all .. --- axxcX Soo TJs. FIFTIETH CONGRESS. Coota Thoy Murdor Ecoroa of Ohrlstlnna In Uganda. The Country l'rorlalineit n Malinniniedaa Klngiloin Mwanga Detlironrit tiy Ills Ilrotlirr l.eltrrs from Slaiitry and I'.inln lletlrnycit. uAkziBAh, Jan. II. n rrelght-T- Kiprrel rain tlailiri lata he rlble to III urd. nltl.lrr. old cable. It Ii announced that the wealth of the Vaii.lorMIt family now foot, up 1271, 000,000, Tiiemc are nine rabies connoctlng Europe niul America, which utlllto 113,00(1 miles of liaro a habit thinking. Hx.iatoii Ueaoa, of chewing paper wbrn lie i of Texas It said to Tiiknic are firs hundred atudenU en rolled at the University of Tenneatee, Knoxrllla. a..b,il. ltvoLta. of Kodkford. Vlcu.. MMh button marfa'afaio irotd Y,leeiwml til A clothe. rxnMAXRKT library, competed solely of took written bw women, It to l ettal In Paris. Kwrrnon Willmm, of Oerniany, keep n of newtpaper clipping? Jht crap-boo- k hi mi elf. Tn I Mil liam coma to n Strang past jhen 8t Paul, Minn., can get no Ice for it annual Ice palace. Ir I tald that Honolulu hat more telephone In prnjmrtliin to ttin pot.uUtlnn than any other city. Tub city council of New Orlrant proposes to llcente the gambling houiet of that city on ro more. Tiik coat of transporting the mall orer tha rarloui railway I something oyer $. 000,00) per annniiL CnlOAlio ympathlie with New York New York' Imti amounted to ?3IST)!:.!0lityear. Tiik first recorded eclipse of the moon I that observed by the Cba'deani at ltaby Ion en March V TM II C. The chaplain of IheNebratka Legislature Ket 15 n day tor opening the meeting if tho legislator With prayer. Adtlcoa bars Usn received front the interior that in October last Mwaugft, King ef Vsv plotted to destroy hi entire body guard, his Intention being to abandon them on nn itlund In Lake Nynniv, wbeio they would starve to death. The guards, who had loen forewarned of the Klng'e Inioiilluiia, refused to enter the canoet which were to convey them to the Island, but returned to tbs capital and attacked Mwanga's palace. The Klmr fled to etcano the fury of the guard, nnd his brother. Klwewa. was en throned in Ilia atead. Klwewa appointed Christians to the principal offices. Tht en re ad the Arabj, who.uiurdr4 many of the Christian officials ami replaced them with Mohammedans. The Arabs Lamed the English nnd Trtnch mission stations and killed many of the converts to Christianity. The mlsson boat Klcnnor, in which tome of tho persons who had been converted by tho Trench million-art- e u were fleeing, was struck by n tho five of and sunk, Many drowned. conreits belnf letters for L'mln Bey and Henry . r pJljpt M. Stanley were destroyed by the burning a.w .M. I. M.W CvUMllt"M. . '. '. . iv.wU . .. of the miatlonnry stations. The missionwascauted by the breaking apart ot the aries have reached Usambvlo In safety. freight. flagmen were tent out to The Mtalala depot Is safo. Mwanga ts a warn tha approaching train, but they mi- pi doner at Magu. Ho hat appealed to the sunderstood the algnal and came baik to Kngll.il liiU.ioiinrlrs for assistance. The the train lie fore things Were righted The Arabs have written to Missionary McKay two aleepert stayed on the track anJ the exulting In their triumph, and trophesy-in- g pattenger In them ecajed with bumps the extinction of all the minion staand brultet. tions In Central Africa In revenge for England's policy They bavo mOM BLACK TO WHITE proclaimed Uganda a Mobamedan kingA Colored Men Moly Aomnlnrllio l.lrer dom. Hue nf theCauratlan I'roiture'l lr bV"aT hlpH-potam..-- Axnox, O., Jan. II.' terrible wreck ocourrrtl on the New Yd renotylTanla & Ohio road thl mornliJ earTallmadge, lr mllet eatt of Hit clt; iueuit eatt- bound train, carrying elernert and everat other paiiengerc collided with a freight train. Tba cud let are at fol- low i Dob Huntington, iflallon, enjtl- neor af expretsi will w Itert, of Ath- I. lily, formerly land, hi fireman) Will of Akron, exprei. niea IS"! David baggage.raat Thoma, J. Ituthford, brakeinani liary Ann Lyon, a traveling alone from the far Wsrt nerry creak, Hew York. Four Cblnara IwViwere In (M itBOkerrmaklnr 'fotTVwrTie' Injured number about a iloiin. Among them: Thomas 1'alrfax oolorixL of Cleve land, a passenger, James Hoyi, of I'ater-soN. J., a panenger, Hani Doulat, of (lallon, an engineer, travelihi aa a The worst Injured 'ot theie It Fairfax, hit leg bolng biokea In two place and hi head badly cut Little Mary Lyon and the four Chinamen were burned to death, bvlng pinned In the wreck. The atnoker and tht paueni-erca- r To y r, SCARED SPOOK. A Cdnhmed aielficlt!. Katok, (X Jan. It Mr. Bharkey, tnold MAnr C l'ATitjr, lady living near place, wat hrttally old, b charge of the Infant class of the munleredHaturday thl night. Klmer fbarky, school nt Taunton, the Methodist Hunday muntered lady'a ton. wet tuiplnone-- l Matt. and y he confeteed the murder He At tha opening of the Htale Supreme killed the Human with a maul, tktback the part of the head being beaten alraoM to Court of Penntylvnnla. the other day, a Men Kilted. Two Unknow.i judge took their aeatt robed In black Jelly. The motive ot tho young matriCiJe Ciiahleston, W. Va., Jan. 11. The Kagown. doee not appear. nawha and Ohio train going north yesterNot c!y are Males herring eoH for day afternoon struck and Instantly killed sardines, but the alleged olive oil In Concettlen tt the Wool H1. two men on the trestle near the 1'oor Karm. cotton which they are pecked I -- '4 WASMtxorOir, Jay'tVHijjL t.n ether a colored eed ol'.. l tnsn, tMXh Iniralu rllMVSr'tJ'Snul'th ln'th1the man being a harmless lunatic who It's an old lesson, tail each day furnlthe that wiv wol wnlte anprobe'r N -- -l' bill nd aflnlte was kept there instead cf being sent to the fact proving that flirting with another provAle fo n man' wife It not only very wrong, tat JUtlnct1'0 between 'he several rlatte of a.yliim. It It thought that tho colored very dangerous. wooxo aa to pievent tb Imp' tatlon ot man lost hit life In attempting to get tho A. W. rirnctc, of Cap Kiiiabeth, Me- -, ,fj grade w Itliout paying the duty which white man out of the way of the coming train. Their names are unknown. nwnt on of the largett jioultry farmtlnl sightly attache to it. New Kngland. Ho ba at pretent beiwtear A Fail Cruiser. Miltingir railed to Retura. and i.OOO bint. jf, Wamiikoto, Jan. II. A dispatch was Tiik will of tho late Captain Willi;" IIohtox, Jan. It. William 1' Page, aged '? eighteen, meaienger for the ancock In- received at the Navy Department this Adamv of Klngtton, give l,(0),0 ln lloiton Marine Hoclety and surance Ccnipany, started for the bank morning from Lleutrnnnt Cow lea, at Philcontaining adelphia, stating that thedynnmitocrulter llotton IMot Hoclety. a no law this afternoon with billpackage not sluco Vesuvius, at the third ofllclal trial yester!. h...u.ooV.r..t h.i In checks and and bit ,0 a Uck ilVO day, obtained a speed of 21. CI knots an who ae'1'0 a to liecn heard from. Detective! are search''" ra,n- - ing for htm. hour, an execs ot 1.(4 knots over the speed -' of 'el.. Only wbmtt'1 required by the contract. The trial took llnna.1 lit iftiaa falfllM End ot a Cavilriman'i Sprea. placo In deep water In Delaware liny, over llArj'-- . clergjman re- A nU" ' WuHMftO, W. Va., Jan. II -- Edward a '! mile course. The vessel will undoubtcently took thte-- "" k tMjUtty dollan. a Howard, Sergeant of Cava.ry United edly lo acceptid by thetlovernment. with a f ipr e Htates Army, on recruiting rvic tiers month am)": " Rewvd (or While Caps. vt that Mr. Ogoodby.the author under Captain Allan Hmltb. commltteil lT .. MniTlCKM-H- , lit., Jan. 11 The tVhlto famous Murchlacn letter, had no suicide thlt morning on recorrring from a f)f Caps hare made their appearance nt FarIt iiujrlnice. politically, until a long spree. His home Mat at l'renchtonn, mer City, in this Htnte, and the mayor of w day before ta publication. N. J. tho city and the Methodist preachers and TlllRTV year ago the Kmtretof Uuttla, other well known citixens received letter The Trentoi Ordirel lo Si mot. the l'rlncett of IVatei mid thn Puctir.t of with vioCumtwiland bad to get along with three WAHiiiKaio.v, Jan. 14 The Secretary of of warning, threatening them mayor and citizens have dollars a month each pin money. the Navy bis Issued instruct ont to Hear lence. a The reward for the detention and arThe Allany Timet received a letter from Admiral Klmberly, comman'l'ng the the parties who resort to this cowNew York the other day which had Htutlon, to proceod In the U. 3. S. rest otpractice. ardly Uty-flv- e dny en route, and It think. It I Trenton to Hamoa, for the puipoteof proJohn Brown's Son Deal. time n fatt mall train waa put on. tecting American Interests on that island. Tiik Queen of l'ortugal baa a mustache rAt.Aifci, Cai., Jan. 11. Tho funeral 1 of The great ladlea of her Harris Renenittltl Senator nnd la prou of Owen lirowu, son ot John Drown, ot it court are Imitating the Queen, and O. Otsaw atomic, and latt survivor of tho Namiviu.k, Tkkx. Jan. the latett female fad. ere to Harris wat nominated by the Detuocrallo Harper's Kerry ntTalr, occurred hero to sucoee The dead man had for a number John J. Taviok, an attorney found legislative caucus, co'lectlng Illegal feoa a a United blmelt at U H. Henater. Tb nomination of yonrs pntsod the life of a hermit on a guilty of Blatea I'emlon Agent at Chicago, hat Iwen la equivalent to election, at the Legislaremots summit of tho Blerra Madre Mouneuteliced to one year In the Hlato prlion. tains, known as Brown's Teak. Ho was ture la overwhelmingly Dcra rattc. serenty-fou- r years old at tho time nt bts A KAnnikti woman of Naihvllle La dvtll. Wd her hatband and child to goon the In. n...i I.l.i. r ii tf I.I.H U TlnuK. Jan. II. Tha ulf tt recently preauce. Hiie W pal I In A klrml.i for tha 'l P""!!i!!s lienefit of the church and tecame ttage sented by the Pope toj the Irl.h churches Tnor. N. Y., Jan. II. At a sparring exare valuod at (MO.OOU t Among tho gifts hibition in tills city last night between ilrucfc. Tiik Htar iay it I ttrnnge, but I rue, U tha stole which waiwom by the Tops Jako Kllrnln nnd Charley Mitchell, rotten that there are almottns many real Indian on thooccntlonof IheaArvlcct In celebraeggs were thrown at the principals 1 In New York htnlo aa In Minnesota. In all tion of hi. Jubilee. from the rjallery. A warrant was Issued thero are jutt aliout 8.0W rod men In the for the arrest of William Onrvey, AqaliMllhe CMniii. Unanimous Empire Htale. who, it is alleged, was ono ot tho persons Ir Im n dltcotered that the crave of Hinmsiram Cai.. JoL II.- - In tha As- v.L? !hr??? William l'cau I ln a aadly neglected a ratol&lon was unanisembly Thero tt nut even a mound abort mously adopted doctailif that members, rsmata Suffrage In Canada. It, and only n lllinty alali of atone ttuck In regardless of party, aiiwe the Hoott WiNDson. Oxt., Jan, 11. The poll lists head or foot, no one can Chinese exclusion act. at the the e tltow that nearly all the widows nnd tell which. ladles whote nnmea are on tho tax roll g rl blackamlth, M ti Anna Dole, Mlli'J)eal Tns Lltuttnant voted for mayor and othor olllcors at the who rrciutty exhibited a doen hnrohoea Miles, New Yanu, Jan. city eloctiou. They were cuuiteouly Mcchaii'ct' Imtilute, in Han l'ran-oi- l of the United Htntet YsJlc, recently arat the nt the polls. Tbovoto of the woiuon co la deacrllfd aa being "about file rived from with yellow was alniDstequallydlvldodfornndngnlntt Incbei high nnd rather fragile fever on board, died feet thrco annexation. than alrong." Hho la flfjnen year old. Heavy Shortage Discovered. haa a couipulaory education law Jl.MMitH Itlot Among ticMinor. Danville, III, Jan. 11. An examinawhich provldci for tho appointment of I.YNcimuno, Va., Janfll. It I reported tion committee from tho board of supertruant olllcfra In certain contingency to that another riot has ccurred in .YH) in the acenforce ItTho mayor of Chicago It about to among the mln'f', but no details visors figure n shortaga of 3 counts of Albert Haw es, Into circuit clerk np ollit urh olllcere. The friendiot eduhave been received as ret of this county. cation believe the law can be enforced. Trump "111 bl: ulr" nilm't you No Ico Carnival. Now (Icrmany and Kngland are having 'olp mo n MtP Hl'i-- Hlngllsli mosolf, a llttio diplomatic tilt. Count lilttuarck Kt. 1'aui, Minn., Jan. 11. At n meeting Dudo (plciupil) lr." Amorloan linn gotten hlmtelt In a peck of trouble, of tho Carnival Diiectors thlt afternoon nnd tho Kngllth paper are going for him " Aw wbnt's that mo Rood follow It was formally decided to abandon the without nieriy. (tnkos out ft bit ), and nw why project of having nn Ice palace and enrni-- n this winter owing to the mildness ot Elkctbioitv la a wonderful thing, but d'you think I'm EnuUih, yknowP" Trnmp " lloh, elr, honny one could the weather, there being neither Ico nor thore are tad limitation to It power, a company have dlcov hoo tlmtl I boR- Tnltng; hnreu't you snow. iw badly broken up ered from failure of the electrical ugar tho Duko of Southampton, nir your Hunter's Death h tho Wools. refining apparatus MoNTimm nv, At.A, Jan. 11. Thoodoio Grnco, I tncnnP" Arncrlcnn Dudo Sun aya tliat anyone Tiik New York (sick with bliss) "Thero, thert mo L. Hey nolds, sou of a uoolthy farmer, deilrou of tpoculatlng In real etate enn good follow, tnkc thntto help oii back was found dead In the woods near his aero of land In Wail street, He left purcho an home, near Hclmn, Ala., toLunnun" (wivlka haughtily on). New York, for the amall mm of fll,3J0,00O, home for the purpose ot going hunting, ' Life. killed himself, lichoapatthat. and nccldently and It Kino Milav, of Hcrvla, I one of the few The Cornhlll Mftfratlno toUs nn Captain Raid's Saber. Kuropa who are entirely tat. tnonarcln of WamiINHTON, Jan. 11, Tho joint Comno naa mauo a nmuBlntf story of an Icnornnt YorkI, lied with themieive. shire man who persisted Jn tislnc a mittee on Library htve agreo I to report a tpeoch declaring tho Constitution which portltlvoly hurmfiil quuck ineJlcloo. Joint resolution accepting tho battlo tabor he recently adopted to be a model one, and Into Captain Himuol Chester Head. has Inttltuled a festival to celebrate the ITio rector npponlod to tho man's wlfo ot th" to oxorclso hor liiflucncxj, Biiylnn that Who commanded tho U. H. private nrmod succeu of hi great work. Anuttrnig In tho Mihb Mary Macchibiiii, who died at hor husband was surely killing himbuttle at Koynl In Beptcmbor, 1611, Waahliigton tho other day, nearly one self. To which the tearfully replied: a large British squiulion. hundred years old, ued to say that she "I know It, nnd many'i ft tlmo I'vo against bad eei eTery l'realdent from Oeorg Chin Bitten 00 by a Horse. prayod agalnatU In the church servWnhligtoii to Orover Clovelnnd. Bho ice," referring to u Kai k Cf.NTxn, Minn.j Jan. iiawajro in tho secntcu-year-ol- d wa ll'lngln Paltlinore In ISlandsiw Litany whloh sho had nlwny rendered; day Mi. Zelnrre' chin, llrsli nnd bono, of Kort Mcllenry. tho bouilardment had her "From all also doctoring, g od Lord. ilnuflitir by ouo of her fnthei's horses, Cou.mv, Neb., with an area Ciannv bitten eft larger than lavsral Eaatern titatti, hain't deliver uil" and It I' (eared the will die from hsr III bordtt Brrncllsliig phyilrlnn rte-find- family of Jamet (livens, the nero rf the recent teamloat fire. Tiik llaytlana are retaliating against tho United States by pronouncing the name of LuO)." Olir gallant adlililuS Til m r. are over a thouwind women and Ctrl In ritttlrurgh who work In the Iron wire. mill engaged In making Onont peel, when thoroughly dried or baked, a capital thing for lighting fires. It burn fiercely and give out an Inlenie beat A Jap l coming over to thl country to jirove that a m in can tay under water for fcur rr.lr.uUz as well as i r trreaty s. frthe A run l It being ralt'd ntNewOiton lrtd 1 NonrOLK, VA , Jan. II. The appearance of a colored man, with the body and hair of an Kthloplan tsd the face cf ft whit man. In the corporation court htre today caused a aeniation. The man glvn bis name as l'auldo White, and tellt a ttrtnge tale. He ays he was until a few year ago a very black man, and that w til at Viurk In a putato-patca he anil hi face Immediately begin to turn whltn. Since then lilt tkln hat getting fairer daily, and now, with Ut of a few dark blotches, bli fact preaent the iimi apparance at that of a white man. He says these blotchti are t lowly fading, and the white it exlraJing down hit neck to his body. h rect-lte- e, ln ninety-thre- e year, Ksn.liitnf Cnlnreit People from County, Ala., Cmneit ly tlie Alleged Appearance of tlie (lliott fit n l.in lliry Hail l.ynrlleil. llinMi.MiiiAM, Ai.a., Jnn. 11 -- NearMoul ton, Iiwrenre County, la't July, Calvin Moody, colored, murdered hi wife, and three days afterward was taken from the county Jail and hanged by colored men. llecently thero tins been a great exodus of negroes from County, the caute of which has Jutt been learned. A special frcmMoulton tays the colored people claim that the ghost of Catvin Moody can be seen at tho cid cabin cxary ntght, nnd that thero Is a curse on all w ho had a hand In the lynching last summer. Colored men who wrro supposed to havo taken part in the lynching ot Moody were the Hist to leave Ibe terror among the negroc Is general, and they are leaving this section in numbers. They will not listen t) reason, firmly believing that the ghost of tho Inte Calvin Moody is on their trail. Lnw-rvn- jrriir the F.leuliant, Empress, Pllncs lllm Across theBtable and Qolet Nerond Hes.lon. lllm-l- lr WAtHTSGTOW, MauKhlers a Camel, HowJau. S. oKHAia. On motion ever. Itefore Ha StHs After the nigger "'Mr Sherman, It was ordered that Mr. Gray's (lame. andment to the Panama resolution and the n action of tho Benate thereon at yesterday's 1'Hir.ADEHlllA, Jan. 13. A battle between a lion and an elephant alarmed the from be printed In the ltecord. Mr. Sawyer, the Committee, reported tho people of Frankford, and but for the Ml prov Ming that the omission to pay the lawspeedy" victory of tho huge beast It Is fearful pmtairo on a "special delivery" letter should would ed that disastrous consequences t May or prevcat Its trantmtstton and dcllr-'rr- , have resulted. Tho fight occurrod In but that tho lawful postago shall bo barn, where a number of wild on Its delivery. Pasted. Mr. Sherman animals that travel with O'Brien's clrcue Introduced a Mil to make and alter regulations On M to the tlmo, place and manner of holding nro being wintered by John Cather. Baturday tho Hon broke tho bare (.lections for Itrpreientatlvcs In Congress, s llch vss referred to the Committee on of bis cage,' and soon bad his freesod Elections. The tariff bill was then dom. Having been kept on short rations, At 5:30 p- - ta the klnir nt started In to have a royal 'ikes up. In the House the Scnato adjourned. IIocsk. the ths camel was solected ttiolutlon to amend the rules deadlock on by a feait, nnd n meek-eye- d was broken for tho principal dish. With one bound vote of 150 to 117 In favor of recommitting. tho lion was on the camel's back, and his on printing flllhutrl''S tome M recommenced, whenlhe nver and harbor claws sank deep Into ths flesh. UH W, the BmaUVc'otitested election case and the huge fangs soon tore a bole In the neck (Slahoma measure were brought Into antagon. i.f UlA Aml. and ttiA tlon hbi fiurklnit tm. Mr. Randall, from the Committee on At- at Its btooiL The keeper conceived tht TMrUUn.rsiHeri ttia'stindrr clvlt armroprt- IdVa of turning tbeYlelrfus elephant Earn anon Dili, al oh p. in. inn jioubo press onto ths lion. Empress was undis- - adjourned. mnyed at the growls of tho lion. Hhe had V WAiitivoToir, Jan. 9. Senate. The houso wltnessod too many such scenes, besides anenamenu to the Mcsmgimn Canal were In. and Senators Sherman, Edshe had killed fivo keepers since she bad been In captivity, and seemed anxious to monds and Morgan were appointed conferees. then resumed consideration of the add to hor laurels, Tho Hon rose at TtoRenato the pending quettton being on Mr. tariff bill, Empross approached, but he was not quick Vince's amendment, that the duty on no article enough to get out of the way, for with one In Schedule J (Bar, hemp, jute) shall exceed powerful blow from her trunk Empress aftv per. cent, ad valorem Tha amendment hurled the king of beasts against the stable wtt rejected yeas 1, nays , Mr. Drown f with tho Democrats In the ntllrmattTe. wall. Tho Hon made a dash at Empress Sroedulo 1C (wool and manufacturers of wool) with wild fury. He leaped upon her hind quarters, and the elephant trumpeted with wis, at the request of Mr. Allison, held over v, and schedule L plllc and silk goods) ruge nnd pain aa she felt tho lion's claws was taken up. scratching her thick skin, but odds Jonc-Th- at Mr. Weaver (la.) Is earnest ln were against the king of bvasts, for be hb Intention to do all In bit power to prevent was quickly routed from bis position at Uk House from accomplishing any butlnets the point of a pitchfork by the keeper, and nttil It bat finally acted upon tho Oklahoma the elephant returned Just in time to catch btl, was demonstrated thlt morning, lmmedl-at'lafter the prayer Mr. Weaver called the her antagonist on her trunk. Hhe held him high In the air for a moment, and then Breaker's attention to the first rule of the Unite, which directs that officer, after calling hurled him clear across the stable. Tb Bon was evidently severely hurt, for he Ue House to order, to cause, upon the appearof a quorum, the Journal of the last day'a kept to still that tho men had little trouble Jice ttlngtobe read. He raised the point ot orIn lassoing and leading him Into another der that tho Journal could not be read until It cage. Tho camel's carcass was skinned was apparent that a quorum was In attendance, yesterday and tho meat served to the ani- Tso Speaker sustained the point and directed mals. tie Clerk to call the rotL The llltbusicring until 3:3il p. m., when the House ad Post-offlccol-)cPrist-left- CYCLONE'S WORK. It Hweeji Through Pennelvanis, t a Wide Hwath of Heath t B lion ruiir Meh Cremated ra.-- ln the Same CUT an Immense. A retch elffhtV. oeocadaret rnkier. '"m',n focdlmr uroir, iot Af-1- vot-In- I y TO LOOK FOR STANLEY. journed. 11 The New VorU World Will hend Thomas A. Meven on the Mlatlnn. Nkw York, Jan. 13. The World baa made arrangements for an exploring expedition Into Central Africa to obtain authentic news of Htanley and Eniln I'nsba. It will be led by Thomas A. Htevens, who mole himself famous by his tour around the glob on a bicycle, and wbo Is now on his way to Zanzibar, whence the expedition will start. In caso the two explorers shall have returned to civilized regions before Mr. Bttvrtns reaches Wadelal, he will devote himself to an Investigation ot the African slave trade, against which Cardinal Laviegerlc, primate ot Africa, is conducting a crusade. A Wasiiinoto, Jan. 10. Senate it was ordered that the Senate meet On motion Wnato bill to authorize tho construction of a trldge across the Missouri river at Leaven worth. The Senate, at IS & resumed consideration of the tariff bill at paragraph til, taxing leather not specially enumerated or provided at a. m. Among the bills reported from rommlttees nnd nlaced on the ralcndnr wat the Fiendish Murder. 1.1 tin-pl- n..L..g-r-T7j;j.-nTi- tcbe' clr "" "to 7,0 1 tVr S jom Ci-ru- -- ';'"' '' -- l'a-clf- lo mm-tncli-- 1 y. d-- ci Rfflle.-Ertn?- y to-d- ibcc. a,n-gl- rort-au-l'r.- I'oca-hont- Senators responded. Unimportant resolutions were reported and introduced, and conNew York. Jan. 13 It it four months sideration of the tariff bill was retained. Mr. since Mrs. Gould was first stricken with Plumb's amendment to tho fresh fish Item waa paralyslt at her borne, corner Forty-sevent- h withdrawn and Mr. Halo'a amendment agreed nnd Fifth avenue. KInca the sec- to, placing fresh flth on tbe dutiable list at Ho p. Senate At ond stroke, on November A, she bad not Ier pound. Mr. Weaver m. thoresumed adjourned. (la.) House his filibusI eon nble to speak, although conscious cf tering tactics, and was opposed by conference all that was said to her. Bho frequently reports on public buildings, which tho Speaker made efforts to say something, but could declared In order asalntt a motion to adjourn. only spenk the word ' Yes." fho became This wat the only point mado against Weaver, entirely unconscious last night, and at ten and he continued his fight until 4 p. m., when a recess was taken until . p. m., the ntght died, mlnutot to nlno elnn ticine for tlie consideration nf pension bills. Heavy Shipments ol Corn to Europe. WASHI50TON. llAtTtMOiin, Jan. 13. The shipment ot Jan. 1 Sexate. After the com from this city to European ports wat usual routine morning business tha Senate reot the tart: bill nt Secunusually laro this season. Yesterday turned tho consideration live steamships sailed with an aggregate tion S,t91. tho first ot tho administrative On motion of Mr Alllton, paragraph 7, of rtii,0iV) Im.liel, Thrc arc several In (chemical products). as amend- other voisols In port loading, and others rd Schedule A the rate on alcoholic itrfura-cry- , by Increasing nro expected hero soon to tako on cargoes including cologne water and other toilet for foreign ports. Tho greater portion of waters, from ti per irallon and . per cent ad tho grain goes to Ireland, although French valorem to tt per gallon and M percent ad ports nnl Antwerp have received some valorem. Paragraph 170, as to lead, was amend, rd so as to read: "Lead oro and lead dross, Hi large consignments, cent per pound! provided thlt silver ore containing lead shall pay a duty ot Hi cent a Naval Vessels for tho Isthmus. Wahiiliotox, Jan. 13. Tho Atlanta will pmiiid on the lead contained theiriu." Hot'i-Conferees were appointed en the the latter part of leave thn navy-yaNicaruiruu bill. A bill wus passed increasing vv eek for Aspinw all, w hero she vv 111 remain the pesslcn cf the widow of Colonel Sccti. lite In caso there rimy be any trouble growing of Ihe War Hccords ofnec. Tho diplomatlo and out of the recent collapse of the Panama consular and Military Academy appropriation Canal Company, the 1 ronton Is now on bills wero passed. The fortification bill was tue Pacific lda ot th) Panama IitlmiU' taken t w,d iietmtt llm Hum adnnd will be reinforced by tho Mohican an I journed. Wabhinotov, Jan. U. Senate Mr Hoar Vandalia In about ten daya. Introduced n concurrent resolution for the counting of tho votes for President and Vice Farmer Fatally Hurt. V., Va., JmIi. 33. Mr. President, rhith wa: referred to the Ccrsn.it-te- e MAhTlhn&lhu, nn Privileges and Elections. It provides (leorge P. Walters, a distinguished citizen In the hall that tho two nnd (armor, nnd late Democratic nominee of tho HousoHouses shall assemblo onWednrs. of Iteprcscntativcs for sheriff of llerkely County, died at his day, 13th February next, at I o'clock Tho resldenco n few miles from town, tbU af- larlfl b II was then liken up, and at m, ternoon. Ills death was the result of a the t'enate adjourned. Immediately after the reading ot while unloading wlieit Hot'SE. strain the Journal. Mr. ltandnll (Pa.), from tho ComBill to Revive Lleulenanl. General. mittee on llulcs, reported a resolution rescind Wahiiisoto.v, Jan. 13. The following Ing the rules requiring a dally adjournment at bill was reOited favorably to the House io'clock. Mr Payson (HI.), mov is! to recommit the resolution, with Instructions to report yesterday! To revive tho grade of of tb Army, with" an It back with an amendment making the dependent pension hill a continuing order for Janamendment piovldlng that after the apuary 15- - The conference, report on Ihe bill Inpointment Is made thero shall not bo more creasing to 1101 a mouth tho pension ot the Major-Generaarmy In the thun two widow of General Helntzclman was agreed to. After tho Introduction of a number of bills DisDelaulhr Axworthy In Toronto. trict of Columbia business was taken up. At Toronto, O.nt., Jnn. 13. Thomas Ax- &:J0 p. m. tho Houso adjourned. worthy, trcaturer of Cleveland, O., airlved last night, and will take up bis Ir is proposo to ostabllsh a bureau for tho purpose of concentrating statistical residence here. Mrs. Axworthy will arrive tm Tuesday. Axworthy says that he Information relating to tbe supply and demand ot wool. will bo tho only loser by his drfalcation. Mrs. lay Gould Dead. HltiMlxuilAV, Ala., Jan. The unknown man who ccmmlttod tho fiendish murder and outrage at I'ratt Mine, has not yet been arrested, although ths country Is being scoured by armed men. Three negroes answering ths description were arrested here lut have tren re leased, and fully half adptcnjiave beta 1 i ti i rMainiuateuitr' Ml. Kellam Is ll'l lllirvrtnn-- Mmm .. rsneaner nnl.liinil and death, being In convulsions, iter nt I ruled It out. No or letrf.intlon. Tho "jrr"j: tie ton wni killed Instantly by a club. The at 1 '14 the House business was transaLted. and adjourned. most Intense excitement prnvalls at Pratt Wamunoton, Jan. 11, Sevatb. At 11 Mines, and when caught her assailant will o'clock, there was no quorum present. After surely b lynched. the roll call and reading of tho Journal, thirty-nin- e y, for. 15 per cent, ad valorem. No amendment wat offered. Mr. Vance moved to amend para-grap- h til, taxing calf skins, etc. Si cents per pound, by reducing; that rate to DO per cent, ad valorem. Mr. Allison atked that paragraphs 41J and 41S be patted over Informally. It wat Mr. Allison moved to amend so ordered. paragraph 135 by reducing the duty on pearls to 10 per cent, ad valorem. Amendfrom ment adoptod. HorsK, Mr. Weaver brought forward his tro dilatory motions to adjourn, and that when the House adjourn it bo to meet on Saturday. No quorum voted, and a call of the House was members Two hundred and fifty-thre- e having responded to their names, further proceedings under the call were dispensed with. and Mr. Springer asked unanimous consent for the entering of an order providing for a final vote on the Oklahoma bill, but his request was entwerort by loudcriew for the regular order. a "J nit m a - yoiinu man from tho country hnd applied to his phytilclnn for , Washington-- Jan U Tho postal laws AfUsr proscribing tho reglmon governing the Importation of tooks ho wished his patient to follow, ho through tho mulls havo been modified at only ono ths suggestion of the Hecretnry of the addod: "And, romombor, Treasury so as to provldo that "dutiable clgnr nftor eueh meitl." Sorao weeks bonks nddrcstod to and received nt branoh Irttor thoyounjj man rcturnod. "Woll, my youthful friend," Inquired olllces fium poital union countries will, "how hnvo you observed ray ascertainment of tho amount of duties thcroon, to delivered to the nd trestss ruloaP" "1'rotty faithfully, doctor. the Only tlmt when most convenient, thiough business of such exchange branch tins bothorod mo some. You should upon payment of the duties and postunderstand thitt I hud novorsmokod." age duo thereon." Modification ol Postal Laws. A o. at-t- Escti-laplu- s, tor-moi- il post-ofllc- e, Judge Conlidonso Men Identified. lilg.of-wnrOonor- DtmoiT, Mich, Jan. 13. Heury Watson and Chnrlea lllce, the confidence men under an est here, have been Identified as members of a gung who robbed a Taunton (Mnsi.) mm of 13,000, and another man, living mar Terro Haute, Ind., of 2,W0. wU-il- n frightful Accident. Fkkouh Falls, Minn., Jnn. 13. John Bhoberg's mm caujht In a etraw.cuttlnr machine In the paper mill yeitordny, and befuro tho machinery could be stopped tlto whole arm was chewed to pieces, so that the mail's 1'ft was drspalred of, : "Woll, my boy," ho Hiked clioor-full- y nt tho brcukftist tuhlo tho morning after Cholly hud taken tho Important lunp, "how did things go lust ovcnlng? I)ld sho smllo on your proposal?" iNo," wild Cholly. fnlntly, pushing awny a brcttkfnst roll "Xho smiled nt it." Somervlllo Journal. Tho reason why tho dovo of puuee till hovers over Europe, Kthelrcd, Is boemiso sho can't find nny plnco sufficiently clour of buyonota to glvo her a footing. Puck. Mill I Mown Durfik BurylnxrilW Elhly of . pla In the Jtuln Thnnirlit to Have Ham KHImf, Nearly Alt of the Itest lHjured aMMisJ Uvea Lost and Over Thirty gwiss,. Wounded hr the Demolition ol & llult.llnt at Plttthargh Cms tm Hunuury TH Biorra-ntra ,',, (w. , Illinois and Indiana. IIuapino, Ph., Jan. NX A cyclone over tho northern section ol Wednesday afternoon and laid cverv thine within Its path. with loss ot llfo. The number ot lives havo bcon sacrificed and the BvtmNc ncrions in lured can only be' eat! Tho most reliably comnutatlonatmldn Is that not nut less than sixty and perns eighty person havo beoa. killed eaVrisjfci and 100 Injured. ft, J ti It rained hard, all day m.. .when tho sun sheaa SaaTnrlrrfiid)yTVBVB hoVr."Thcn'tbe"sceie elf W mJmimO!i''SirsT.SSt3Jf donness that was appalling. The floecy a rtutlnt noite, which 1 thought was a cyclone. a itk., clouds gave way to the ominous signs of a The tulieinc then shook. I wss standing In wrecked. At McKcosport bousos were coming storm. In tho wostern sky the the southern end of tho room, and before nn roofed, troes blown down and windows I storm was seen approaching with a I could I look out of the window as smashed. Three bouses In course of erecQuick sink. thundering nolio. Porsons residing along felt the building tion were blown to pieces. On tbo rivers lightning! the portion of the room that I was a number of boats wero torn from their tho track of tho storm say that thoy In went Cows. The girls rushed about me moorings and cast about like corks, but d saw tbo llrst signs of danger ln a streaming and calling tor help crying cloud which seemed to gather up They dida't realize what was taking place It they wcro secured botoro much damago cast it seemed to me as If the center of tbe building was dona every thing within Us reach and right and left Out In the country houses w aa strutX Cnt. I caa nor deterls: the scene. A SUASTER AT SCSCt'nT, PA. nnd barns were unroofed, farm outbuild-lug- s It wat awfuL 1 could not do sny thing Sunburt, Pa., Jan. NX A rain anit wcro overturned, crops rooted up and could sot think of what I should do. Our camo up suddenly Wednesday and destruction spread In every direction. end of the building went djwn flrit, and evening and blow over two of tbe stacks Tbo truck ot the storm was not more while the floor Vas sinking It seemed to me as of tho tiunbury nail mill. The mill Is situthan 20J foot wide, and It Is lucky that It It the girls la ao other part of the room were ated between tho Heading and PennsylThat was tho way it Imprestod only touched tho suburbs of tho city. It on top of a hill.vers going down 1 saw tne other vania railroads on the outskirts ot tha wo cume from the west nnd passed along the me. While ths toor falL In a minute all was city- The first is tho puddling mill with portions ot northern bonier of Heading. over. The screimlng of the girls was heart six furnaces. Stack No. S was thrown It touched tho Mount Pcnn stove rending. I was knocked down under heavy over on tho roof, carrying with-i- t stack No. First works. Hero tbo corner of tho building timbers and bed fast by my fooL I could 3. They crashed through the roof and waa struck, and a portion of the roof was I move every othr part of my body excepting demolished the puddling department of rncnea aown wna men wore employed cutoff us nlcoly as If dono by a pair of my legs. I shot oS my foot. In my anno tho mill. Thirty-fiv- e this way in this department, and half of them were aclssors. Then tbe storm crossed eomo and cut ths managed to arise. bruised in the debris. Tbo loosen-and bre alarm was fields and took off a portion of tbe root I became scream of the plris and falling rolling rallL Amid the bneksl succeeded ln escaping. I sounded and soon hundreds surrounded of J. H. Btcrnberg's beams and mUL Mon were carried out half dwellings were of A number got out of the rdns on the eastern side of the ss readily as if their tin the tvi ldlng, but Lew I do not know. I called naked, aud men aro at work yet, as It is supposed several othors aro in tbo ruins. roofs woro paper. Iho storm hurried to the girls as loutly as I could. They were across Iho property of tho Heading all lerr.bly excited and I never witnessed any C. C Showers, of Milton, and an unknown thins soswful in all my life. Many of them i tramp were killed Tho wounded number lUUroad Company nnd crossed tho railme. road. A passenger car was overturned heard mo and worked themselves towsrd was nnc. Thoro aro four persons missing. the floor as quickly as it it had been a toy, and its At some places tt teemed as IIand tho girls at willi uisronT, ru closed as a solid mass, splinters scatterol in ovnry direction. Willuusport, Pa., Jan. 10. Tho storm would creep around this, crawl over the maMeanwhile tho rain poured down ln tor- chines and creep on their hands and knees un- was very violent hero. A large number rents. Tho atmosphero beciino hoavy and til tbey got to the opening where I was. The of buildings wero damaged and a portion oppressive, audit was almost as dark as machinos saved nuny from being crushed to ot tho new Dcmorcst death, by leaving a space between the floor factory was blown down and the "renight. I Boveral unroofed. On one side of tbo track of tbe Heading and debris through which to crawl out. me. 1 mainder partially that fully 100 people escaped with com- building were blown down and others ot the railroad was situated tbo paint-shoaeolng them run across the building remember different directions to their homes, were damaged. Tho loss at tho Df morcss company. It was a works Is over 110,000. nbjut CO by 150 feet In size. Hero mons ln naturallt terrified in onto. about thirty men were employed In paint"Some ran a isort dlsttrce and then re10, A Clevelanp, O ing passenger cars. Tbe building was turned to the rains. The entire building was struck squarely in tho middle, and tho down. The alilt came back to look for their raged here all day Wednesday with terrlllu We could violence, blowing down trees and signs, or friends. bricks scattered about as if thoy wcro orolhcrs and sillers playthlugs. The cars wcro turned topsy. hear tho moans tad shrieks of those impris- partially unroofing soma dwellings and down, was turvyi while tha men woro burled undor oned la tho rums. The rain was pouringbruised breaking a good deal of glass. About 11:30 badly I tho debris. Bomo of tho bricks wcro and all arousd wss darn. head and limbs, and a. m. a tremendous gust ot wind, approxi and hurt about the body, carrlod away. Tho chamber of each of went homo nfter I saw I could oo nothing, ue' mates the violence of a cyclone, swept tho passenger cars was already filled with tween 850 anil 30) operatives were in the build- from the luke to tho city, passing ln a .cuthea.tcrly direction. The violence of g.is, as thoy ivero ready to bo taken ont on tbo road In a fow days. They exploded ao home. All tbe Doors were In operation. ' tho gale was such that buildings rocked ono nfter another with tho fearful bang ot The report Oat W) went home at 4 o'clock Is and great alarm was felt lor tneir safety. From all over Northorn Ohio coma rea cannon. Bang, bans, bang, they ro. not true." wrought tba riTTsncnan. scundod over the city, earning tho litis lost atJan, 10. A torrlblo ports ofAtgreat damagoDorgs' brickbykiln Ilavenna P wind. pcoplo to run out of tholr bensos PiTTsncBbn, Pa., was tho sound of storm ot wind and hall, tho worst known blew ln completely wrecking It with valthinking that it wns a con for years, awert over tho city hortly after uable molds. At Akron trees were prosThnr an earthqiiak", siderable quantity ot gasoline ln the build noon Wednesday, carrying with it death trated, bulletin boards demolished and ini, End this added fuel to the flames, A and destruction. Tbo storm was formed dozens of Windows smashod. In Carroll hoct of flame shot upward with the roar with a aufhlenness that was overwhelming. - County a number of bousos wcro unroofed swept tlnnd( accompaned cy hall ana- and a very heavy, dark storm-cloue feM4trept - along ; roe to tbo soutpoatDQUl noon. IAna veie- ,, four of their ivii-i-aiwacompanions were en' telegraph serried badly ;r"n.V.4ia" 'aad FCdcstrsiss woro'iuifWiA-velopod In tho flames. Their cries were and barely escaped being crushed ' under crlnnlod In this section of Ohio. heard for a moment by tho terrified work- vohlclei passing along tbe thoroughfares. At Columbus tho wind blow lor a couple men and then tholr volcos wcro hushed Suddenly, in tbo center of tho city, there of hours, and at ono time reached a ve forever. Tney were quickly roasted to was a terrible crush, and a few minutes locity ot t miles an hour. A death. later Ue Central fire alarm sounded a call huge chimney at the penitentiary was Iho department was called out, but Us from box fourteen, on tbo corner of Dia- blown down and, crashing through tho services wero unavailing-The building mond atd ood streets. roof of tha secretary's office, demolished and cars woroconsumod in fifteen minutes Hundreds of people with blanched faces the desk which B. T. Harper but a moment and nothing loft but b'ackonod, smoking hurried to the scene, when tt was found before loft to look at tbo havoc being done ruins, under which luy four human beings lhat Ue cyclono had caught tho now by the storm la tho penitentiary yard. burned to a crisp. Thoir uamos aro: At Portsmouth tho storm raged dur.ng buHdle; en Diamond street owned by C John Knllor, Albert Landberger, SheriJ. Wiliey, and hurled It to the earth, the forenoon. Tho roof of Nichols' fr.rnl- covering up two scores of mangled human turo works was bio wn oft. At Bellalro tbu dan Jones and Qcorgo SchafTcr. It was rumored that several othors hail bodlos. The building was In course, of erec- most destructive rain and been killed, but these aro tho only ones tion. It was forty by eighty fcot In for years passed over that section about known tn havo lost their lives. Aaron dimensions and was seven stories high. 11 o'clock. Houses, stables, outbuildings Dcwalt, ono of tho employes of the paint-sho- The front of tbo bu ldlng bad not jet been and orchards were blown down A largo had hit nrm broken, and Oeorge put In, and tbo wind entered tbo high number of horses and cattle were killed of Knubbwns injurrd iuteluully, txxt doubt Shell rem thn opon end ; thn high wallsono mil Injured. IN ILLINOIS. futnlly. Tho loss to tho railroad company bricks and undrlcd mortar parted, CniCAQO, Jan. 10. Chicago experienced falling (Kb way, partly wrecking nearly is fully VX0OX build. ngs. The main force queer weather yesterday. Blurting in with When this was going on tbo storm was a dozencrushing building was thrown a steady rain all ot Tuesday nlght.lt began traveling with fonrful rapidity. It must of tho Weldln & Co.'s book storo on snowing early ln tho morning and con against h.ivo truvo od at tho rata ot KM miles an street and tho barber shop of Fred tluuejl through the day. A voriublo blii hour, it struck soma more private houses 1 Wood Tho zard prevailed, tbo wind Increasing lu SchutnsVer at si Diamond street. and unroofed a dozen private residences. roar of Weldin's storo was crushed ln and velocity during tbo day from eight to The hugo sheets of tin were carried half a tho frontof tho building was forced out ful'ty iiiiles an ........ . ... ...... ..... .. .... squaro away and deposited ln a lot. Then the into Wftftl stroaL Tho barber-showas i foil from 35 to 3 degrees, and tho barom. storm proceeded in its full fury. Directly completely demolished. Tho leather otor reached 2S.W1, tho lowest point ever path, nt tba corner of Twelfth and in its scxt to the Wlllcy building, known here. Pros all pzlztz 1 ttz State U.r Marion streets, stood tho Hooding silk occupied by W. H. Thomas, was otso I come reports ot heavy snow-falln somo mill, one of tho industries of tbo city In wrecked. The rear end of H. Wntt cS Co-'localities traflla being almost entirely which tho citizens took tho greatest pride. sumo ponded. Trains on all roads nro delayed, was crushod in, whllo Hero about 173 girls wero v.orktiig. The of tho falling debris struck Josoph Rich- D spatcbos from tho Blgnal Service building wat n huge structure, most subon building, flouting scrvatories ln Montana and Dakota lndl- stantially built, four storios in height, and avenue, orcamng tno winuows llfth cato mat a nuwuuv uiuzaru. is icurinc anu It occupied an Injuria? a number ot omployos. A por- - things up thero and swooping across tho bud a bjecnieut bcsldos. Tho building tion ot the wall of a mllllnory storo next cntlro block of ground. tmvnril Towa. At itiAnvnf the atn- itsolf wns nearly 30J feet tn length and to Thomas was broken ln and tho windows tlons the thermometer registers from nbout 150 feet wide. It was surmounted nnd dc"" '" " numhor of surrounding 12 to IS degrees blow zero. It beln? at by ui.iaiva tuVter fully lou tcet from tho buildings were brokon. Tho building of the former figure at lort Duford storm-clouground. The Hon Bros & Co., stock broken, on the cor- and at IS below nt points not fur distant. struck tho building dlroctly in the center ner of Diamond nnd Wood streots, was Telegraphic communication has been Inon its broadest side, which faced tho west partly wrockod and tho occupants barely terfered with, the wires being down on a It foil to pieces as if composed ot escaped. great many lines. Should tho storm Nearly ivo so many buildiug blocks. tha trams ln tbo cxtromo Northwest Within live mlnutes'aftcr tho collapso of human beings wont down In tho tho bui.dlng tho streots woro tilled with nn on the Northern Pacific lino will bo snowed wreck. Human tonguo can never excited crowd notwithstanding tho fact up. awful toll tbo terrible, scenes of that hour. Tho that tfto rain and ball was pouring down I IS ISDItNV. wall gave way, tho floor fell down, cne in perfeU deluge. With the & rival of IsdusaF'Ous, Ind., Jan. 10. Yesterday rn top of tho other, aud carried their great thoafiremen tho work of roscuo wns begun proved to bo tho stormiest, coldost day of mass of human beings to tbo bottom. Tho Ladder wcro run up to tha second and tho wlntor. Snow begun fulling nt day- bricks were plied up In tho greatest con. third itorlcs of tho Woldin building. break and a heavy wind provallcd. Tho fus on. Amid tbe hurricane, tbo whistling The irat person taken oat wat a young snow fall amounts to nbi nt three Inches. mid roailng of tho wind, terrible, cries woman employed as a r who, ' but Is drifted. The cold weather is the for succor woro sent up to Heaven. fortutstelyi bad escaped serious injury, ' llrat anvern test of tho natural cat 1)1 an Us It wus n moment that tried men's Crowds of uicn were eager to luke up ' but thus far tho now fuel proves moro kjuIs (llrl with blackened faces, bruised sL aL-- of rocue. Kvury llttio whllo than equal to tho euiergunc.v. und broken limbs, their clothing tattered frosh localities where mon had boen Ind, Jan. 10. A severe nnd torn, dragced themselves from tbo caught were found. At tho tlmo blizzard set tn hero Tuesday night and ruins. So, probably, T3 to 100 escaped of tks disaster twenty-five- , rngod with violence. A mull train on tuo about or woro dragged out by tholr friends. men ware at work on the building Fort Wnyno road wus thrown from tho lhoso worked on tno upper noorsi BnJ not on, oseapcd m.ur.. jntho barber track at Wheeling owing to tho presence of near tuo top oi ,hou. nrvt door .even men worn lmnris- .- snow In tho switch, und tbo cnglno aud niul woro thrown . . the dobris. At somo places tho bricks onod, whllo a more woro burled mall car wcro badly damaged. Tho pas. wcro piled twenty feci deep und undor-ncnt- beneath tho dobris of tho Weldln build songers escaped injury but wero vvell aro lying human bod cs by the lug. Chluf Hrown, Coronor McDowell, shaken up. Tho wreck delayed all trains scute. About 'J.V) girls nnd young woman Dulldlng Inspector Frank and Klch-le- for several hours. wcro usually employed in tho mill, but at woro ' IT HLEW SOUEHOtir O0OD sooro of physicians and from duty early at tho scene. Tho hospltils wcro 4 o'clock eighty woro relieved MAiiqtKTTE, Mich, Jan. 10 Snow has day for tbe notified sad a short tlino later tho clang boon falling since sunsot Tuesday night on cf ambulance bells und patrol wagons Tho uliirin for relief was Immediately this peninsula, and It It turns cold enough of were heard. . Contractors lloth acd Fllnn to freeze tho swamps tho great lumborlng bout out, nnd in a short time thousands wagons and curts on Iho industries of tho Stato, which have been citizens nrrived to holp out tho dead and had twenty-fivparalyzoJ by tho ocn woatber, will bo tho dying. Tho scene was harrowing sicne inside of uu hour, and private exund beggars description. The mill Is pressmen went with their wagons aud saved Jju. 0. A great snowMilw sltuatod nour tho foot of Mount Penn, tholr aid In holping to rescue tho victims. Up to 10 o'clock p. ul forty mangled and storm prevailed throughout the Htatc u high mountain overlooking tho city When tho people urrtved evety thing bruised bodies had boeu taken from tho Wednesday. In tho lumberlngdistrlct tho blizzard Is hailed with delight. wus enveloped In darkness. Huge Ixm ruins. Bomo woro dead, othors wcro dyflrot woro built, hlch casta dismal glare ing, and many woro futally Injured. One THE SUGAR TRUST DEFEATED. on tho scene, Tho llro compunlos left or two d'.ed on tho way to tho hospital and usslstod In From the best Information obtainable sov-eew York .Supreme tho burning pulnt-shaA Decision III Ihe were klllod outright cr dlod in a short the rcscuo of tha dead und tho dying Court forfeits u Charter. called t mo and thirty six otbcis ware Injured. Tho cntlro police forco was New Yokk, Jan. 10, Judgo Darrett, out. Tho ambulance and relief corps It Is believed that tho list of dead will bo lu tho Supremo Couit, rendered u deand 1.000 pooulo wero In among tho greatly Increased cision In favor of the Attorney-(len-ora- l Inspector of Police McAleese said at a dobris currying out bricks, pulling awav against tho Sugar Trust. Tbo timbers and assisting vvhorovor they late hour that he was of tho opinion that suit wat brought by the peoplo of the could. A young womnn was taken out all from fifteen to twenty live pcrsouswero Statu of Now York against tho North bruised und cuL Ono body drugged out of vot ln thn ruins, und ho would not bo sur lliver Suirar Itutlnlug Company by Attor would lo Increased tho vrick had Its bead cut off. Other prised It tho death-lis- t ney Urnoral Tnbor to foifidt tho charier of Tho living to Uftnmi or luentv Dr J. L I toed, a tho North Hlver Company, of this city, on woro lu vurioui nosturos. woro till suffering from the most ter prominent physician of Allegheny, was In tim around that it had virtually passed out rib o wounds, and somo woro almost AVoIdln'ant tho time, and ho Is still mU r ,i,lun,,,a .elllni? out all Its stoik to - . la (i.n basement of tho me. It u f,.irn,l that ho is dead ihnrlumir Trust lOUlblliutloii uud closing of young building wero found fivo bod cs Larly In tho ovcnlug tho volio of a boy up al, (ll woru, girls lying together. Tho finder tried to named Oottmau was heard Issuing from Another lieu niter, out, but thoy woro plnnod down tbo debris but tho rescuers could not lopull them button, Chicaoo, Jan. 10. -- N UIisui H und it wus Impossible to got thorn out cute him Ho suld he was ull llghtlf llioy Thoy wcro beyond nil human nld Up to could get at him. At Vi o'cloik, however, until recently the 1 estern agent of th) Company lusurun.-10:30 o'clock p. ra twenty one dead bodies h had not been reached und no sound International Marine iro had been tnkeu out. lould bo heard It Ih feared Hint ho of I.lvori.o!, Knit, has d suppoarciuna m i Young Ooehrlng hit offlio in tho liufl Duiiaiug, It la lmnoailbla to tell how many muy be- died! of exhaustion to have absconded with about under tho ruins, hs the managers ate miss- wasitaken out about 0 o'clock. Ills po thmiffht ' t,W) ef tbs ttsmpaay'i funds. forty iltien was such that b could net t int: Tba uumbcr iuy not b s at. ," W&Sn. Kato kl ' tVinklemao, f)LJl tial;et men were thrown from tho soventh Kits Long, Willie 'wm neteson, Hebecca Poute. story to the ground and escaped with twer. Rove Clemmcr, John Iteber, slight injuries. Adolph Herman caught fw cot OS at with a sword; Charles on tho telegraph wires and wns rescued sArrjCrothers, Harry Jones, Sally uninjured. All kinds of theories havo been ad i uremia, jane seltbelner, 'suina dead who havo been vanced for the collapso of the building. In Clerk Autcnhnrlr aM at mM. some Instances tbe responsibility Is placed t. be believed that fully eighty on tho contractors, while in others tha Inspectors are blamed. Nothing ft u ico ruins. His list of t. building can bo known, however, until an Highly tj the comcivatlvq. definite Ft those who loat thalr lives. Investigation Is mado. rded wilt number about 100. A nut factory owned by ltontrogor &Co. i wil wis built about four years In tho Seventeenth ward was blowu down (btjlderswere Heading capital during tho storm and a man nanioJ Hlnes U cost of DUttlnir It ua was tKL- - kilted. The loss was (13,000. Brill WIS leased tn flrlmtliAW Tbe cyclono wrought, terrible destruc........... ratcrson. N. J. Tho ma-- I tion tn other Turin nf thn rltv and rtntatnn A I the railroads centcrlns hero. Anortlonof Uwn tm. i. a tni.i ir Co. Rotcup wavthe foreman ot I the foundry of Mcintosh, Hemphill nd floors ol tho silk mUL I on imueenia avroev waa wrcCKtxi, a waa a, a bouse ln Allegheny. At Wall's feaowhg story t on uie ran tonnsyivania aJB:93 o'clock when I went to Bunion, bulldlag, owned r to turn on the eleetrie lights. road, a largo, brick ....... i by iq0 woatlnghouie Air l)rako.Coia cm-M- i. T.n Amelia uun mll rti.l.l i 1 . .11 .. -.l h ... boot tea and whlskr to him through a rubber tubo. A number of narrow escapes wcro reported. Soven 4T ' M ?! ,, t .......,.,.ri.1.af rri X funnel-shape- ai wind-stor- - d ol sewing-machlc- p ono-stor- Jr-n- . wlnd-stor- J U f; J d MUS'"" - - rj forty-eigh- . wind-stor- i i p l, s I funncl-shapo- d ecu-tlnu- o ' ! typo-wrlto- i I Vali-arvh- half-doze- h e ...( ,- - ' - 1 er xjmsmum Tfclm &l Vt BaBaatssh'- - ! '- " Ul - ju -- THE HICKMAN COURIER. A FASH ESALLOT.' ISonr&:r ::!n:vc I'aviy, d l -r-- ia M "" V rA j i NAHI.NU WKW HFXTF.H; mo uoaru snail ursi writo.tiificL """ -names in ink; tlio eUuto'r."flr IJscimwiXTj a,ITio then forthwith proceeil alono InWf two of the proposed new States,that! be f a compartment, If one (hen bo un ,in.,w.,l I ...! I occupied, and shall prepare his MUtl.l.1. u'..i.:....... Ulltl UUlllJlll, the iioston .traveler declares vcrv Kentucky lias already taken ballot by marking in the appropri that there should be one step towards making a change ate margin or place a cross in her present constitution, and next site the iianio of the candidate oh"" peruonal naming of States, and for enclnfllco to bn fill- - us: August the qualified voters will his choicefilling ed, or by in the name of the' Tins ntistako with which we are have the opportunity of taking the , , .i .iii.i.m ... ...,..iUI,,u s.r i.t , ...i.:.... i.. ii... larcateneu lias lortunatelv never second step. If the measure car- uihiik space proviuo.i iiwi, n hi mr Jct bt.ell mnjt.e I5ut an crror tnereioraiut ias ries this time, the next Legislature making a cross (x) opposite there-- . )CCn conimitted and il. v!lrit will order an election to choce to; he shall then fold the ballot .should warn us not to permit its to a convention. as to conceal tho names and the marks thereon, and without leav- repetition. Our compound names Benjamin Harrison, of Indi.ire all bad. Khode Jfeland is cerana, and Levi P. Morton, of New ing the enclosure in which the tainly not an ideal name for coinpuitments are placed, deliver York, were Momlnv plpcted an American State, and "New," dent nnd Vice President, respect tne ballot to the judge of election "North" and "South" are who shall, without exposing the 01 me United states by tho ively, names or marks, verify the slgua- objectionable. A rising comElectors chosen on thoOth of November, who assembled at the va- tures upon the back and deposit monwealth, the home of future mil- rious State capitals and cast thcro tun I ne Hanoi noxln the presouce lions, U entitled to a namcdUtinct-.- f c,:'n.r' ,a"d l,he eleetor iVulv llbOW UUH wi., ballots. The Kentucky Electors, forthwith the polHugjanpeal to the love and loyalty of its , selected Mr. J. It. Collier of to carry the news lo Washing- "Tuny " voter is incapable or3!J"nn- Jtho,uW ,,0llblc s:i,,,"ed ton. wori h a marklmr his own ballot bv cause Congiikks seems to be holding of blindness or other nhvsleal lrpetual reminder of some other daily sessions; but somehow ainco cause, ho shall receive tho assist-Riio- e or larger whole, of which it is only tho election the public interest in of two of the election off- a fraction. No true son of a coming Ihe doings of couKress lias waned, icers in the marking. Theso State will acquiesce in a north or until there is scarcely inquiry. shall certify to the fact. Tho south appendage to bis State name. This grows largely out of a public judge of election may nt his dis On these two cardinal principles, belie! that nothing can bo accom- cretion require a voter to make no plished. The public is perfectly oath as to his disability and to the double and no personal names, nation should insiit in receiving willing to leave its representatives qunlify ouch persons. Any electto do the skirmishing and killing or swearing fulsely to his dlbabilily the new States, f f thefec nro regardtime, which is about all there is left shnll be deemed guilty of pirjury. ed, there is little danger ol mistake. Native names, local and fit. are for tho session, , iiio lorn violation ol liint, and no other should be any part of the law is u Hue of "Sosie very god men are tnnnunetd for 82.000 or mnr Roniniint nt linn rceciveu. Iho In Trloun ixrls of the labor for not more than two jears. Mate, nud In Iew of llm mny grave WAfjiiiNcrroN' gossips are agog tjutiiiiuiii ui nine mat nv (;n fclpet P.A6C1IA1.I. Poktkii a boy of over the fact that Senator cJ by Kentucky LvgUUimcii, It Ulioove Ingalls the fenple to elect tlic vtry t men In cloven summers, is preaching the was not invited to the most recent iIip vunoiii ciiuotlet to rfrt-iendiem an gospel nt Warsaw, Ivy., and is crea- of the State diuueisat the White how a working, ih nt tli 'W t'ajf, ting a It ia claimed, by House, to which it hu- heielnfore an able would rm In hi parents that it is an inborn nit bcpu customary to nk ihe President r ( Kcntoeky. f LunUrliU Time. No ono familiar Of course, it Is the duty of the transmitted ny the bupreiuo Uoi. of tho Senate. people to select the ver best men the boy's last sermon at WnrAv with the manner in which Mr. to represent them, but then how was on me 'liesuru-ction,-' ami b Ingalls participated in the calculato do this is the troublesome ques- prepared by him the day he deliver. tion of tho outrageous scandals contion. The ofWce is not inviting to en ii. j i is saui u woui.i nave taken cerning Mr. Cleveland's domestic "our best men because as a rule tlio average preachera week to life can fail to approve the Presithat class of men best qualified pare it as did the boy. dent's coume fu this matter, lie can more prolltably and satisfaccould not have asked to bis dinner torily engage themselves than In At Reading, I'a., a hurri table the Kansas Senator without making a seiamble for such an swept overa portion of tho city otllce. There are good men n ho stroying property ot every ries a sacrifice of will accept such places, and sonio tion. who will scramble to obtain them, blown A six story silk null IlEHKA Collkgis. nonr Klch to the ground, burying in but there are many who might tho ruins nearly two hundred ojier mond, Ky.. Is an institution where serve the people who will not both sexes, whites and blacks, aro sciatiible for the place. The, Dem- ntives. Probably Iiulfftiieee9eap mingled together in one bchnol, ed alive, but the remainder, it h ocratic party in Kentucky is held without social distinction. Most responsible for the class and char- feared will lie taken out of the deb. of the students are colored, but a acter of its Legislature, nml being ris dead. A railroad paint few whites fiom tho mountain secso held it would seem that that was blown down by the storm, (ire tions of the Stale, nnd from other party in its organized capacity breaking out in the ruins, and lulf States, are attending tho school should assume to name the mem- a dozen men were burned to death, this year. Last week ten white bers for whom it is willing to be At Pittsburgh tho eve one wreck M boys separated uieniseives ami hold responsible. If the Demo- tlio walls of a new seven story build established a white table In the crats of the counties would take dining room. A colored boy uning, the debris falling on the same interest in tho election crushing several smaller house ami dertook to appropriate one of the m of a nominee at the primaries beten scuts and eat with the white fore a convention is held, that they the neighborhood. Here probably boys, which brought on a sorions Hcuru row, Inter in tne day, wuion ut ono ilo afterwards in upholding or op- twelve lives wero lost. posing the nominee, then there from smaller towns in I'cnnsylvaua time threatened to lean to . would always be good nominees indicate that the storm was extenThe mutter was finally relint they don't always do that. sive in territory nud disastrous ia ferred to the faculty who ruled Hence, probably the best plan Is eil'ect. that tho colored boy should hold for our best citizens to consult disputed seat as the prinol-- ' Do not kick every ono in your the together and induce good men to pies of tho school forbade nnyj C path. bcoiut candidal). distinctiou of a socinl oharaoter.l Tlio 1'iuliiciili btomliinl fnrnra HICKMAN, KY., Hon. llrury S. Halo for Slum n public question In attracting Treasurer. Tho Hickman Couu. more attention now tluiii the hal- iku two nml (our .u'nrs apo, : : : JAN. 18, 1889. TEID1T lo!, or . the Stnto eloe.rrni. t.,,-M Ti i,. broiiKlit forward tlio nimo of Ma -. . t'Vill ciiuko tlio tlioughtful ami licotiiirii lor Mule for thin iionIiIoii, hut that Tin, liii'iiic.-- s failures occurring oi mo country, Irrespective of gcntli-iimileellned lo coiinitlor throughout the country during the party, know that It hvttie moot - mieh n ciiiiliditcr. Ho Is a Kplcn-til- l qitfsllmi of till to tho in- liil immii. nml well omililleil In year 188S uvongc only about one teroNtR of our rountry, Infnetit ewtj lOHpeet; and, of coin m, we firm in ono hundred. Mrikc nt tlio very lift, 0f onr jc. nl0 ,,,, 0r him, if he will The Supcriiiteniient ol the fonn of Goeriimont. sent. This Is tlio only Stnlo n political elections nro on, cer to hoeleetetlln Konluek thin Weather Bureau. Washington City, pjyi that the mild winter is no Sn- - tlio excitement up, nml inrtv feel jear, (he Hilary Hiiiall, nml I he lodication ol a late spring, and tliati ng wrought to the highest, an iioiiNluilltj great, nml for mnnv honeat and fair expression offciuh reasons not an inviting place. The lie has no fears of a late winter. lie opinion is next to impoHhlo. IkMiioeniiie nominee will some. A London iliopatrh Fiiyn tlio re Jor is it much hettor iimneiSti-what be loaded down with Tate's pott that the Gowtiiiftit will not niter nil election, when tho victors sins, nml his election not us well Appoint n , iiilnUtiT to WitHhlncton lIllNllI'd With triunillll. or tlm ili. . .. , itsi ri'ii miinihua ..imr. Iiv.. Tl... " tosiiceciM Lo .i&nekvilleun .j, nf;IV.ilel suiTorh.R from tho Ming of i.omliiee must '"JVn l,c mini of clean record square and Harrison In tirltiiillr rotiflrmeil. pa the causes which Uroughll KHrineiU. not In nn also true, ami . led ..,,1, the old Fniukrnrt recline. over tlie late de llUOlll Hie result. Itllt, tllllt tllO VOtiHC RtRtntn III 1Hhii..mIi" In nl.nv.. nil imrlv l.lno structive storm at Hcudini; and vogue l'ittshurg is quieting down. The list ailm ts iiiolthe States of thlaUniimi and public eentiiuent, as well ns ol injured now foots up 105, many has been corruption ami that it public interests, demands, above coirupied lo of them being seriously hurt. Most in ihmiib Hie- control ortho extent- all other eniisldciatlnns.nii honest the ov- Statu Treasurer. Hundreds of of them me girls. i mucin, iioiii mo minds or the honest Democrats nrc snioover Kf.I'ORT has it that a corps of real, honest, bomi.flile voters, nml the 1'nte nttiiir, and will refuse to Missouri Pacific railroad engineers that the result or our most iuipor- - Ko to the polls unless a thorough-tau- t election has been made to ile- - h acieitnble man Is our noininee. are making soundings at Greenpend Uion the corrupt mid pur-- . Of course, tho dishonor of Mr. field's Landing with a view to iho no fate a construction of a bridge over the unusable Itclement, there fit llie'nflMlr. was individual, not .. party dOUbt. matters little- nml nnnww.im ,.rn lr. . Mississippi river from that point to honest suft'rago of this .1 censnrahle lor Tnto's --robbery than count r to Cairo. i).r per cent, of tho into say that hiu me nepuoncans, uui men iiiv i of .New Itetiublieaus-wl- ll An ico famine is talked about as Ihoiieally York or In li make cnnllnl mil and legally If thy other of it, ami indeed and In truth, if one uf the conequcnccs of tin's reo percent., which furnisl ( the other democratic olllclnls hail markable winter, and the lumbermajority and controls tin resnlt, dono their duty and whole dm v. men of the Nortbwcht nrc breaking Is puichnsablo and corrupt The Tate could not hnve pinned to the up their camps and giving up busi- met remains uial this corrift ml extent tin did. Thercfore.no man ness for the season on account of the ....,..,, iii mien ii iii ii: i wnu nail UllClll IO fla. I irrel V rr Miuuuio. open weather. the fact, to say or nrove, ilutt a indirectly, by omission nrcommis like or worse state of fac exist sion, with Tate's olllcial settleLess than a month hence will have said to the project- in Mississippi or Loulsia . It ments, can win in this election. only makes trtmoro Tho people of Kentucky prefer a ors of the P. & T. and tbu P. 11. fc Hlnrming. tho situation Is twpur- Democrat for Stnto Treasurer, but A Democrat S. K. It. that "we arc for you," and cd to admit that the KepuMfcuus tho Coumint, with others, prefers in less than a month more work couutcunnre nnu practice mini p. Mill be under way on both lines. tiou, and vice versa; but the ditll-cull- y an honest Republican to a dishonest Democrat. Paducah News. is to view any particular Perhaps A Chicago court decides that u chargo War telegraph company is obliged to the most hopeful plan Is to leave Tho belief exists in certain ciruse ordinary care in the transmis- special charges, mid iew t lie sit sion of telegrams, and is liable uation as effecting tho Republic, cles, uml it appears particularly so hi the English papers, that serious cast about for relief. for damages, notwithstanding any nnd The New Jersey Legislature irnniuo, ir not war is likely Ktatcment to tho contrary printed presents a now election law, ftliicli. arlso between Germany nmf to the on its message forms. if all the States would eimol, would United States, because of the uo much toward iiurifiuij onr Islands There will bo two elections, election. Epitou ised, it is as fol- that Germany,troubles. Ituppeare England mid the iieioreuie cnnciKinto lor uoveruor lows: United Slates have, horotnfom. will lie selected that of State It requires polling booths Hail a kind or tripnrte agreement Treasurer and Clork of the Court nt 1st. precincts all where as many as as to each nthern rights and s of Appeals tlio former will ho electin theso Islands. Recently, ed this year, nml tho latter next 200 votes are to be polled; and year. Then wo have ingmhcrH of not less than live of these hooths local Sainoau factious have been at war, and it Is charged that Gertho Legislature to select, who must or compartments at each place. 2nd. Each of these booths are many has sided absolutely with elect u United States Senator. to be elected within a sincle rail-c- d 0110 faction, for the nurnoso or enclosure, and shall each bo absorbing uver thing. On last Onu of the notable features of Gov. Ilovey's imnicural ball, was provided with 11 writing desk and luesdny, President Cleveland sent n Salvation Army soldier, bearing n awing door, so arranged that a a messago to Cougi ess citing atn huge banner, on whieh was in- party standing ut the desk can be tention to these troubles, and subscribed 'State balls are State Bins.' soen from tho outbide. mitting tho cm respondent nnd 'Iho wnrnor on sin planted him-ee- ir 3rd. The election ofiiceri shall documents representing how citiat the bull-roodoor, where ocenpy nn enclosed place, outside zens of America and American Gen. Harrison and the other Qve of nml adjoining tho emloburo, trade had been abused anil outthousand invited guests could got situate between the entrance and raged, and asking Congress for a good look at him. the shelf. needed legislation. It nppenrs These or tho Hon. Riven by additional details ore also iiisu nun 1110 jiiiRiien press arc Tun the N. Y. Herald: When eagerly on tho side of tho United Isham O. Han is for the United States Senate by Hie Democratic a voter presents li uise f 1a aliall Stntes, and threateningly speak of alliance us caucus of tho Tennessee Legisla- receive from a member of the nn English-AmericaElection ture, Monday nlglit, was an honor back of Board n ballot uon the against Germany. which (wo members of conspicuously deserved ami hand- linn IIcNt to NccMrefl. I5SP. ' v 1880. A miiiTiir i,w. i" V r Jones. Harper's Weekly hns a picture of a rlasalo group icpresentiiig a colored deacon hauled up for stealing a chicken from farmer Tho Dencon pleaded Insnnlly. "Hut," said the Court "It is fin- posilble that yoil are Iiinsmc." !!( GROCERIES K.'Sr' suprosu Yor f A AT TH 1 con-pul.ln- olll-Whe- ".ledge it's impossible that I wero not insane, or elso I would have look do big rooster what Mars Jones nays wero in da same coop." imz&p 311 CU-- OLD KULIABLl! FAMILY GROCERY, SiF.E. CASS'S. KOMI'LBTK nr.i.xi .umr.i:tni.r.. STf.'K Oi 1'nrklv anu heavy uoous. also, a h ,". .& connect-KvciTCMKN- T H'S'Wr' ur Pleasant smiles, gentle, tones, cheery greetings, tempers sweet under n headache, or a business care, or Iho children's noise, the ready bubbling o.'or of thoughtinluess lor 0110 another, and hab its of smiling, grcctlne, forbearing, thinking in theso ways, It is these abovu all elso which makes ono's homo building of God, a liouso not mado with hands." full nruooln)tnhl rrte of Unirfif - XT' t I'll u -12 l.AUOUHT 1.1X12 Ol-- ' - ..t ....:.. , ...' X) lili mK J F D Tub much lost African explorer Stanley Iiiir boon found allvo and well, having nccomnlishod tho ob ject uf his mission. He will soon roturn to Ijiigland. 3 NOTION, LADIES DRESS.GODDS, BfW R rer r jr (rb (rb C fr - o. o ( .119 &M y TRIMEDI HATS.&t., vy jut In All one's life is music, if 0110 touches the notes right and in time. That ho has' u9 i fV carried, nnd at P3ICES as LOW as thalLOWEST- Ho iiocsiitl fnr toenmparo prices Stock is oomp'cto In every Department. Ciill 4iil examine his goods beforo linjlng elfenhere. Underwear Clothing and Gents uny one; and, faol, k with W tp Wult lr j - Pa-iluc- ah 1 rvi ESTABLI-eHE- 1889 i i Mutual Life Insurance Company, Ml u oar - stfj-L-v- - Tfc".jiw:. H. BJC lroicc(N. The Oldest Democratic Paper in Soutli- western Kentucky. What to Buy? IVl'or iej Kor Largest, Safest and Best Company in the World -- SgJgj ASSETS $119,000,000. Paid Folioy Eoldora S24S,000,000. 'l'hc Sort n Polities Nonforfeitable after three years, nud all claims paid immediate? on recoct of proofs of death. r C37&ILL'S SYS 5ALV3. Ci foi Nurlgi and ItliruiualUm, A. 'A. DAVIS, Agent, Hickman, Ky. C. 1HLTZEU, V. ptiv-liege- Devoted to the upbuilding of the City of COWGILL'S W3ASEL OIL. It. UUCIUMN, I'kH. I'lttl. R. I.. ALK1A.NUKK C- -l tuT Tor I'ilf, Ilickman and of Fulton County. COVftlLL'S PILS 01NTU2HT. $&" For Trttcr and King worn, COWGILL'S TETIE2 OIHTSIINT. Pleasant Worn Syrup OK HICEMAI uv.BJLHK.IIM u3ia:t, in. - frl In, Ui clt Hi SUBSCRIPTION, Cowglll's CAPITAL, rWlnj or til t eso.cco. nd SATISFACTION UVARASTkKl) rim Jy.ViT KHFUXDXD. rf"jlrlf Por Sale by ihe I'rgnrittor, inn SE'ESS. STEI.AJFl (pi.UU Spi" 'CjT Qt ::il J. W, COWGILL, JatSS Druggist, lliciman, Ky. !" rrrpcfully rd for lu.lnn., r frr of .ottrllArpttitid mail HeollrMlan l'(X'Hnr fr f4Mf msullii, rhu. laa rl't dtcuo.J at Frr ruaulpf ihrf nt rani raU of jr auoam. fr I" at 8n an CO n somely bestowed. Senator Harris one of the foromont nrcs Jo nntional iiflnirs to day, as ho has been for many 3 ears. JTir-T- A 1tfr'-)&WC-I- 2 EICEaTAir, "3? 3E5 Tn1 HI pnwisr. i.nrK.l ( co 3i n i: ii ci. ii. O "' It. BUClIO'tN J V, COOILU J. M RKKI. W rI3EOT03S0 nAl.T7.EK C. JOIINEON - J li M AI.KI45DIR. W. Al.tXANUKR. X tu III XEHIUCSY 11 !..! HERTWEOK. BALTZER -- & CO. tu. tf B v . SUBSCRIBE NOW! 5 HOt'SK 1U.. KECENTI.V UKRX JL Curd fur the mmmltlun ol PriiranifM and lh trtlin)i (njblic rrslly. Clen roorn, nice lwJ mid xjiiaif meU guranteel lo all who tlp lib u. Trireiibje men will And the brl ot atcn. tinn at our houxt. In addition, earrr a full tin of rnillS MANt'PACTfUKi.. opthe ir.irnnATvn r') CO CO n s ts) rya tie rix In Q W ca rei Hr to which wein'bn afuiition. low a the low cut. arc FANCY ANO FAMILY GROCERIES, Our jirlcc. u W CO td CO da or PDUfrLASS jJJ< AM.sstsmx 14 Pi-ph- mm - every-who- re f T II m bT HICKMAN W .V BROS H at CO Of tin; till WACOST, N ir of nlil So ,- kUUi Kpoim tlio ItCMt Axmirl illunit or Jv w Simp-boh- Jk n - way jn. PKAtF.RS 5s T-11?- oQl-co- la. m " ffl " r-- I IT HI CUM A IT I OIVB Qoodi A. de'irtred to any prt GROCERIES JDK,TJG-3-Zf- 3 Tii lt Vfiuntt II I M IS T Poj-idU- Oor I ih. THIAL DKU03, MEDICINES DOOKS. STATION ERY, aod School Fancy UOOL'H.XUMJ, and riCTCXIl of the City BtWDMES, MINTS, OILS, WINES and LIQUOli.H, or 1I.JI..I Courier Job Oiee Family Groceries. NO apHCe W. DIESTBLB1UNK A0ENT8F0U TII DomeSoio WT TittCllXU.U. A lo naiiis all article, but on trouble lo ihow oodi. Come and , at the oorntr of Troy and Moieow Atenue. Eait Hlckmrn, Ky PKTOCIlirTIOXM W I NPIXJI.ilVrY. - b'-- JJickman garble - Works KY t 1 - Is tlioi'ougbly equipped, and prepared to execute Job Work with neatness and despatch. mr lUOKMAXy DKALCR B. C. KAMAGE, I Ik viil..vth r.,i i I iTAMAN AND AMF.IUCA.V M.RUI.t MONUMEHTS. TOMH ANH UltAVK 8T0NKS. A VINO In loch, a One lot of Amer ican and Italian Marble. am Tra ct red to fill all ordora Call and examine my work Order from tbe country promptly (Cttnor mwj Stall J pin li4Krl0V of Jttokaon and Kentucky Street,) H 1I1CKMA TKKMSrtoalt wig KENTUCKY, new STOCK, 1 ratroiiagcaollclltd. out and out. rine, ityllah RIGS fer aire 9lld. self-respe- ct. Bill Heads, roaT2e KINQMAN octno-l- y & BOMAR. FURNITURE, Letter Heads, Note Heads, Statements, Envelopes, Ball Tickets, K (Oflt. i S. MURl-EL- L. ATTOUNEY-AT- II LilW, , FURNITURE. Cuwglll'i IiruiStort,) I C K il A N A' Y . HllfiPIIENfS Kirt Judicial blitrlot. fiuurl81 Will practice in all the Courlt of tbe And Kd your llluck atnltlilng and genera) Kcpairinj; done at STOP! tf atflock-botto- 9 & IN IYLER, JCIN-'PUCIC- DEALEn.S Furniture and Undertaker's Goods. III01CPI.VN, . n Business Cards, . J. F. GRAY'S, Corner t .. , mood-shed- r XC., OCC. HIOKMAN, O OUtn ani Fxchanjt Strtttt ) KY I'rlMn. a " j r "" VTTr '"' y l T TfN LJ " J " s 1 JK1AJ-.- I ir r OoodMork moiio. aart-r- "' I HaT'llM. HIIIIH f ip'rlaltv - JOHN V. OKAY. CIIAl US, HfOKfKs. TAHLRS'llUHKAVS. WASUSTAXna WARDROTIW CIHilllKIt 'lr'''V flATTHKSSES. ...,...,. ui. . I . And F'l"JIl'VBr rrlfc" tn)r "", ,f,,"' f"' I" a trial and lif ffinrlnffd. ...iTtnil.Ufi r T',rlfM',n I'MMrAIMieS OOPS, and illiceunl all eiat net Manilla HvM Cut. ... AnnnFiFBivnatiKri,,i iimn. Wurednroil nr vmr. . mil tu at .ti'iiium ami. Kin all time, of . mrniinre il f really -- cn.rt'c V ' &-Uk- BnSWaWeBnMaWaBBaMaWaWMaBBa ;iii BegeBJpBiKayBiaMCvM.MtBMlasM "'.""-- - ji''kiwt'..Ki.v3.i.uMi ",' ' . ..raMim r '''""BafSrrJMw l " '1trffff' i j p. aaraatiii imji aat iwniw aVaaai ,The 1 WATCH M. CLOCKS. ?. A. BURLlNGAMEl, H I C IC 3VE .A. IT, 'UH IC"5T. lb' i;ma.n Kt Jan. 14, 18S0. Comity Court, mid ulso tlie Tltfi fr.1t..l.r Itmn ffnt.1 Mm County Court of Claims, was in Ull'll ,lle, Vfrn0nl IMII ,11,1 J.IIU ill.... III.. , It'll! M,tr. W ' ,e ,;,, jIrWDt uck' 'Marion Monitor gives information session Monday. ncr. Ileiu,,, m 8jbn, Magistrates attending the Conrt with reguiil to it project that has Tha ittmiir.ai nf been looked to with hoiiio Interest. or Claims: N. Huiiitnoiiil, V. U. At r',J "I'I""f mid tlie laat meftlnp were ilSticd. Tho Monitor rays: tcberrv. J. W. Mnves. O, H. Wil- ' lir.v nooK cnurARcn, t .,, Tin- ilirirlnrx uf ttit I'rlnrilm Marlon rod, J, F. Itouz, J. J. Jones, J. 1 Thi the poll book and Ohio Kntr llndr ml hve (or mmo! Ruslilllt, J. K. MoGellCC, J. II Al or Hi i rr Mntor mid t'oijnrPmen ror id, ,r.M,a.t in coiiitiiiin'i-tln.e ini with in ill exanilcr and J. K. Menecr). mill ti aulnffibe f6'i, reclnra of the L M. I. A T in Hiit'iifl Shuck prcricntod Ids le IWO o.,., h Hlc'iiuo and to llie buililliiK if ii nm ilil pine f.. A TfXilM it. It. (u iiicrtiuiiui .. Nt. County MatftTM. COL'NClhPHOOHHDISGB. "'."'', if n nn Evn aaB m mj& fe.''S mw ueS M1 p. kk &ffik SH m m rt: I - "2? ri-f- t, , 251 K3I r . UaiPBl I i IIKAlMUAUTkM Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, NJusical Goods.W I JKWCLKT, ariCUTACI.M ADV3I.TISIN0 HATES. wur" he new Mnynr nml Cnum-i- i itniiiiiiirtiltMl MimiJiiiiiMi-ii- t Ob. fitlifa. i tear. ..... ..,. . .. "Uiil! n,,t' 'I""'' ' birgo crowd nt lilinlr ,r Una hall rt.li.mit nita w!i ilia citizens llKSCIllhlcil to tl(it on. jmt Oaa'Mtttt O....I.MH " . ''' the Installation t'rrciufMtlpn.tlSiii i, ..T.'ia,iS.t:."VTr.7.!l.,7i,i?h !w.r ll..i ,,HU,, , .1,,,, r..l4 ... . . link,..! M....I... . i.i. i .i.... ' """'"-""'- .....i ., .,-" I" fcril-l.- H " 4h...um.Ml ililly. lUid OHO mill all greet TlFIn ..!. III l,,4. .. nr. ..tiiI .. . BAF tf, iiai.i. .1 ..,. . :..i.i ....... Hl IIHr m irr,t iiiiii rim Winn n IMMtrMrif. f'IHMI, in.j fim..i. .i "inn ...i. i vi ' null'. Bill -- ! I"! H lUkL.riil Nr.l the moHt proMperoun year , lul ll,Plal Hlrr Hn-lil- l liiNtory of nor town. MltfrmlliMl. The people of Ilieknmn vliud ' .W,'A) liOolE Mmiilny Innt to mibnnrilio to the Pndncali & llirkinnn Kill' roml. Hurrah for old II Irk nun, ll btf waul KnfUprt ! Mill ll It ) 4, nnd though licueath h mighty lull, tf )V4 want ttIMPu(, If UU kl)t teller llU, and clone to tlio watera of t lie II wn Sni IU4t, great MIhh!ahI)iI, olio lifts enrrp)' If bl IiHtlnM i;r-lI l ,...... V H .. filt 1 . .... tl y lbtlff fi.irllxfli qfThtel" , U nnl l.tl(i rM. fil. If i nipt!, ltif f hft mt U Im ! If f Jr- hl JOB rRIMTINQ Mtit 4,tt.. trr niRrr, ) liU tl(aftJ i; rlllbi ! Ill If U4 y Nl lUI ltC T(f, II tt nt.f CirtuUrtt, that iRconiinendalile. Hhoaid Clinton, Arlington mid Moweow do their part, the rn.nl will bo built- .Fulton Itooiueraug. Tim Vrrillrt I'lmiilninnn. fv,.Wi i, r (M,e , wlfripnn l leiiitnairi, and also of county levy I,, y fllW(,,j r.,.,d i,r fur I8S.S, which were ordered into tHKhrai in f , ,., for Mnuir, and, the haiidN nf Sheriir T. II. John-hou- . nr .(, i. i,.Kt,fv rnnili r f' i..lH. v.. i , piililiwh-e! in,,,, K t The iiiiioniit ill lie , 0 it fuw , Park r M M xflfc, next week. County poll tax was fixed at SmllliHi.'. M Win,,,,,, and, "ii n.i Hi, hey we' ,rnl Vuytirai.il L'.fiO for 1S8J). ,, w;,,I., ly j, ,,,,re, tltl, l nmicllli ,. a Tho Jail Committee reported iS2 Tl' n .11, ajiikarrlnlt. it In 'I mHh.iI nd no nil wta that they hud jail repaint done C.mt "K it. uherrtiiKHi Ilia according to nrdern, tor "fr.'12.o0. mora thiri that of Judge Nuylor wiip authotized to ipiallfirtliotrraor thetity favor the leal lh aub have good fence built nrouud court crlplinn lit defeated tlirti thernd Clay hoimi yard, and horsn r.iukn dire. I from i liU pi 'iv ! On nution, the of th election lck r'lii'f ml lo tha liijliliil Halt in mi of Mnynr mi oiincihnen nnd n'lo fnr lit' lo lMn.nl, aiib.rritil,rin ..AMb I. .... il. Oh petition Allen Camplicll'B iIvtHl anil tn ilm AI.J Of this piiteriitisp the l'mluciih c.itl.eiiri1ili wan chaiiged froin.liie Ihere Inrlher hnainria before Standard farther 6ys: Lodgton to the Cayco precinct. the Hu.trn on motion, die Council at In Mie untie roi.necibm are Inform Allen wan appointed over Innrned Jiir. de. li a pari icnt auth rlty tl seer on State rotul from Mud Attti, W l.kman.nM n. "'"Il" L McCUTCIIEN, C. C. McCJcIico'h X roadfl. nl (lir I. , 8i f. AT Cieek lo ii'i'l'r ii John Newberry overseer on tho MmMnx'liiiw. KilncaliMltl IvroniiNKVTciUJ.'CII. i.ilnt fnr a nvtMii nf raltro.. Wesley road from IViUai. to tho ilr All th rofi' btra Ieot of th naw Conn iiii.n.iini i...... a. .nu. ." .n.i. u..nii, comity line. ........-i.n, . i .. niuiii ell bcloK r'cnt. the onlHa of ofllee war 'I la nv n llitr llniillnrlon til. Pouter Foster wns released from ai1inliiUtir.lt,ih:arr w L HcCutth'n lfviiniiii!iila will l. waifh-'- J -- iih public woik, becatiHo of inability. Circuit t'Jrl Clerk, nhercunon Mator ilCHf at " Tho last will and tcftUmnnt of Cowglll filial hi-tioril?r, and th Uriah Hill wns admitted to pro- Ivllaaririf rrncenllnga trrr bad; v rx orrtciiu' aiMittr.i. bate. k the John and Henry Georgo inndo On motion of Council prore'ilrd to fix choico of Job. letter as guardian. the aiihtrira ita aubordmate o die erg, aa followa: Tho other business before, tho City Clerk, $100 00 per annum, and 8 County Court consisted of peti- per rent, on Im'im- liccnae and 6 tier tions for division of lands, nnd tent on all nthcr collretiona. Cily Treaiurr r, fffl 00 pr nnniirn. matters not of special public inCity aptK-art" IriliM wniil i run frim Lnuia lo t'ailii'ili vllle tu H'tuli'ieo our the ! , St 1. d'F. li u in lleniliroui In Mn'liin over the 0 V i fnilii here In 1'tnln' nil out ihriitw line llim fm in 11 4ii nlr line 'rout I'aditrn'i In I lie buuievillt) tin Marlon two lime come In definite nmleratand In In re'ernt'e to tlie nutter If llurrl cne preeliiel tolra ilia $lii ill) aakvd or tier In al.l (if tl. (i I' M A O It , then the new roan will iiecitrnded from I'riltmduti Sprlnm thtmifdi II .rrirnu via Sandy crek ro'iie nml in tin- - Ml of Salem, thence on to l'ilnenli llnl if die I 1 lill()IIPIlt llrltfl of iiiHolvcutfl mid .oiltl!r-- i Itadrnad. ) !,,. l ( I nnd tlm Council nro- - pis f v- - ( i d .,-- M I i . llti-I.-. U n -- -t dti.l pill-Un- ( .. I I o rffl - if - . a 1 . DRY GOODS. CLOTHING, 1 i k; ava-t- BOOTS, m4'.T'r I i i-- : i t tt V ' 4-- , . 'SHOES . tapwaByBVa- 'attfai "1 sia "' EVERYBODY A enffi-- - Oouricr Job H. K. OlTicc. DAVIDSON', Diintibt, Im Tho Denioerats of Paducali T permanently IochIimI in Illck. liatn llarr, ilriUKlal. Itrnlir (II m. l milieu Aitr. miw oim rot... retll(nl a fiilloa will choose candidate for Major on ltoiinr.iir at m:v maprid. mrillrlm I liatr man, T.:iit, hkaiiv Koit mali:. Thonn ivlnhliiir Dental fir tin "llir S, itj (Jerk W I. MrCntchen. i jyjy tlio "ith iust, in primary election 'J V W e. na leant' Work, of any kind, will please-cal- rvrr luoillol In my 2Tlinii.in l uf (Chailtalnn Knl"ira Trraurer W. C Johnr-on' a Klwirlc by hi. Hot. dipt. Joo Johnson othift on liim. Oillua over Cow. XUlHT IIJCIOIAIN. 1LV, An old man sixty three years of A.vaor -- It. K. Millet rn ht aiMiil llif'r that Klrri llial tlic Sew Ii'ce, and Capt. Clint Wilcox nro the Ramae. gill's Diug Store. jaI8 rtllei i niianlmnna age, giving his iiiitno as J no. Cary, tSiipt Cem'trry B C V. Webb. Itliur" New Ilmbroideries, candidates. J tlo rnrr all iliwaara of Ida l.lfrr KMnrja arrived in a tskllT nml Innilnil .. nt Sexton of Cemetery New Dress Goods, FXraTTION til.fchlli. Only n half tlnllur a bollltf at IIIo'hI ... ti... . V !.. ? Head t.io proceediiigr) tf tlio or W Thkuk is from two to thrco feot i't.i .iiiiiii in mi oniuniav iiioriiiiiL'. J. On inop'on ihe of Tax Conli a DniK Miore Icw Dress Trimmings, City Council. and took in the principal part of and City Attorneyelectionpo'lpoocd Collector of enow in the mountains of New waa to a fuNew Dress Utyles Prints, Mexico, and tho cattle aro dying tuo city Hilling tlio day, and at n ture nut' lot IlUcr Ini" Iiecn riding rapidly Storekeeper will posnllily d Sew Dii-k- Stiles Gingiiams, by wholesale, because of the selate hour that night entered and for Hevernl dayn. thciiirM'IvfK by peuiiuiiiry Hcrvleo oFncriin' untu. New Wraps, verity of tho weather, Bays tlio Does all kinds of Machine Work. Kepairing done with Neatness robbed several prominent busiThe City Clerk. Treaattrer, and Runt of New Jackets, Ilickmtii comity, li n Huiltl-in- g exerciiiug a great deal of caution lie guaranUe allw do to give tnthnction. Having ness houses by the use of keys. ifiiie.fry are rrquireil lo preaeni their telegraph wires. mid Despatch, in regard to changing bank iioIch N'ew Woolen Hosiery, ntul I.o:in AfMK'iution. Ily mistake ho happened to get oflicariionda nt the neit regular meetitijc located with new tools, nnd the best .Machinists in the' for ntraugerri. A good iiiiiuy counContract for construction of Sow Cotton Hosiery, into n loom where the city mar- of die Council. West, wo solicit a slinro of your trade. Min Carrie ItuuinccU terfeit note", an well an coin", have the Merchants' bridge across tho Sew Cotton Goods, shal was sleeping, and was capturor Mcrrmn rixnn. time nt Union City, iIiIh week. already been put in circulation. Nerv Flnnnels, Mississippi, at St. Louis, has been, Wo aro agents for Saw Mills. Lngines and Hoilers, Iron Feifciug; On mntion. ordered that Ihe rejulir ed after being shot at thrco times. Shinclo and Heading Cornish Work, Cylinder Stave-Sawawarded to tho Union Hridgn Com-New Carpets, Miss Oeorgie ItNtiT Is visit anil more oouuMcsh will lie, iiiilei"' Tlio burglar had uiadu several crciin; r.f thU Council U !,M, Wi, pany, of Sew York. Work will Saws. Pnmps of all kiuds, &e. ex coimidcrably morn caution is Sew Oil Cloth, ninK'lueailay eienltip, Jan. 2!Mi. 188'J and lug friends at Fulton mid Clinton. good hauls before being captured. evrry alternate Tno.Jay erenlng llieto begin Feb. 2, anil tlio iron work ercised. It will tmy to bo some Sew Towels, lively door tlio robber opened lie arter. Mr. A. W. Peck mid family of what chary of strangers. SAWS j BOILER nlono will cost .$1,00.000. WORK AM) Sew Napkin, would on leaving Union City, have moved to this mmiNG coMMiTTin. Sew Table Linen, Tlio burglar wns lodged insnine. Judge Handle's speech beOf Adjutant General Drum, at Mayor Cowclll aptolnletl Ibe futlowlnt; jail, city. JQc JtP 30 J3I J&-- IH'j rE2 "ST -fore, the city rntiiiril of Ph(Iiicii1i, Sew Silks nml SatiiiH. tho instance of tho war departi..jiit conimliteei: and the next morning the marshal Cttrtoin-.MndOfllco near S. & C. Depot, Cor. 7th end Moscow Avenue. Sew Milbiim votes on the Puiturnli, in behair of the V.& II. Hallrniid, Shoes, took possession of theoldascal's Shaw, Maxtrellaml ment, lias ordered the arrest mid rIimiireUi'iiilll jalBly Hlokmnn & Southern railroad the Standard sas: "At tlio mill the latest stvle NOVI5I.TIHS, skiff and found it expulsion of 100 families of emiloaded down Snilth I'liairiiiHii, Shaw. proposition Feb. h. at the PiVA' of Judge Mclntyro'" U WLST 1(J& with valuable stolen goods of nil Hilburu, Comml'tta llmnape, Parker and grants who recently moved into (.liairman, Iljinnge. Haudle.'ofHiek-maOklahoma mid adjacent country. SIllLt! nuri:. Hitler (J. S. Jones will preach descriptions. Among them wns CI1Y spoke for u lew moments in t keys, five chisels, Tho Finance Committee la tllrecled to The women mid children of tho found thirty-twut I'sit Hickman liaptist Church behalf of the former road. Judge Hn inlay next nt 11 o'clock, u. m. one brace ami live bits, four files, ennft-- with Hie elllor of Ihe HickmaN party are said to be in abject want. II ERG' 8 Handle's talk was simple and to J. . two one with referenrc n lila chriir for About twenty tnmllies will lie sent The season for biiuting n:il tho point, mid elicited great up six pocket knives, one leu and puhllalimit the Council proccedtngti, and to Tcxns nt government expense. nnd r.ihhith closes Feliuar.,- - 1, hc- pinnae from both the Council mid which plain repon t the next rea'dar meeliug. one monkey-wrenc... . i n.. ... uu Gov. II ill. Gov. Gray, Gov. MAasiiAi.'a nosD. t.iirtiiii ii .1... iiiiii- iHr in t..... iitlllllorllllll. ' ly shown that ho is somewhat of DEAi.rn is- n excluiiige says: "Tho new Hovey, mill several other Stato tUCk,' C M t!lt Manlialetcet,pre- a professional. Ho wore n t . A well known Xtinlivi.U I'Ktlitoi'n Delight" Is tJoverttoi'fl, "iiioe tlio lTcnlifcimiif j kr,,, 1. .Vlux in nnici.ii ooi-eniti t.i, Kentucky I.oilu-e-, Nn..ll(l, nt ciintliuinogM ..,... ....-.................. ,, ,. this ulsc: Take .. ....... pair of mocasln. slfpnerx, , and his Wl mil ll i Jyrer aa aurctirji, worn, on ofi'ctfou, liavn pent messages to jiHifcs. Mi-miiirKinaii, im gaiiirii . iim'iiiiicih mini in Ilieknmn Sunday, that of ordinary writing paper, fold it .w'" foiini not oo neant iiuriug m 'lion, accepted aod ordered tho Legislatures urging new laws . o was prepared the past term. Thanks to the nc- - ir..Niii..ni TinwiMm ..,..1 Mr .1,.. mi rnit.riiiti- nml oiifiimf, nhni.L- uis ai filed. I'bc otth of olhie waa to prevent corruption mid ' t aaul Meaclisin by V, Orau'l Dlctmi.r. J. W. Cow.' OonM had arranged forn meeting no to sulllciently largo to pay ,,! to opou uty kind of a lock, having then ad in i' tho purity of tho ballot. ,, iKfkinan soon to airreo as to all nrrennigea and a year In ml- twelve skeleton keys, business L. McCuUlien, Circuit Court Clerk. gin. iuigni or iionoi. Sitico tho great leaders of both 3C c; mxl Ban "sr.citr'i ri.N'ascig. honso ke,s, stand, drawer mid l,,rt of the machinery for the!'''0 extennlon of the Iron Monti uiuce, mid send ft to the editor. padlock keys, and many Hied to The Trumrcr presented hl rtjiort of tlio great political parties aro tak(n "lin P'ace, the iletuilsns to Vh it ailiN immensely to tho game ing such steps-- , it may bo some new machine shop of Mcsrs. inuiilt'i oi nau t una uaie, as iniiunR.-Ts lo send the inline- of a new suh-i- suit his purpose. tnttiMfcr, iuellnu tic. Th t&-- IIPRESCPTIOISS ris Peck it Slonii linn artived nnd credit lien'ral Fund ncccotint, (J(0 48 good may result. CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED. W or two, accompanied by HI 00 Tucretlli Kunileil Dht necaunt,' They will bojlti'ni Is pulilUheil by request, bit lietut! put down. :.tiit::;::i. To cmlii lily Hall 163 CO on nu" ""ciniji " mi' i.uinian mm: remh lor iiustiiess in a short time. nates relerred to Is not eudorscil editor, anil ir the mnllc nilnriis ins In this county on WcdnraKy the ICth In Ireaiury. Father York will prench ut St. by the CoUlitKlt They might go faee tho trick Im worked liken Staple and Fancy Groceries Tolal ruli rcceiveil and ordered TStS 03 lnai.t Mr, V. "II Oxeus to Mm. Anna Ileport wai filed llridget'x church, this city, on Sun- further mid faru worse, however cluirm. Mnrr'a. cirv hail r.NT day morning neM. He will dcliv-o- r th lnat , Mr J.J Di'ia to On Ihe wliieli we will always sell nt the On molii'n I'rnf. Denham win allowed Mla Pannlc Ineram. a scries of lectnres next week, A Watmnn'ii nl.rtrrjr. lowcit market rates. of City Hall, of nllil. for two the iim' On the ICth lnat.. Mr- IV K Hoper to nt tho church, commencing MonVrnilifr oti(lrlill JimiiTi-rIim lift a be'. rtki lor 510 0), he to furniih lljlitu and Miaa Minnie Itnndiirnnt warranted, is Iecau90 It Is the twit J. Am .who's Sons. made and day night. t" hj n lady in tlila roun poel- f"tel and l? rmrniMble for any damage Wood Preparation known. It will Ili.ftMi fiMirnil Ita clnlrh'i htr a JJNTO. W. & The Piidneah Sews says that fr irrrn year he ttllliloxl tien aeitr tiTfly euro all UlooU Dijraaes. purltlrs tha jjr Heginnld Stnvall broke done the tlail ilurinc hia occupancy of it lla ! ?.'"7"cl!' ""."r 'I1.0 his i'eft wrist and dislocated his On mo'iwn tho Council adjourned. the people of that city are tiliiioxl IMa. lull ir v(l orifan wrrriliulrrnilr r r?."?iCP' St.A.NUli'ACT'UltKliH OF A Ileal. Two practical prlntcra and eapericnerd iiiitnif nir irlilln nrm last if not entirely unanimous In favor and ilrnth Mrvmnl lintnlnrnt For hr W. I. McCUrCIIKN, C. C. pnblialivra ilratr lo .nriha,. i cuitT J. W. COWGII.L. Druggist. inteppiug Tuesday Midland train. mniilha flic cutwluil liirrwuiitly nn. crni fium liio of the propnxltinn to subscribe a M piir on cjj) lermi. or will l the " lUr ', ulil tn tlm I'liliifiili IIIi.L-in-, m ntul ' "'" Kln biiainefa manaRCnirnt nnd mechanical work ., ",rP- s"e "niRt" Hc went down to see some friends i I.Lril) MKUriNO. Hickman is beginning to real off and fell while trying to get off of a reli.ible paper. Ural of reeommen l.i Hickman, Kv , Jan. 15, 18S3. Southern railroad. tlnn and wta ti mnrh trllfT'd nit t!(i aa In Christian t nishl ami nil ft At the Hoard of wu? in wl - 1T rl tlil'lllehat lif lft mlraciilnualr enrr i.'.ethe piouiiseofsiibstiuitial pros l tho train after it Jan. 10. motion. M'tvara called merlin ofheld Ihia day, tlon qualificatiuna. character anl bust JiSTlD A leading Hlcktnnu caterer Ik ncM penty mid chief among tho n.l I'niincllmvii, haa one Jackson Whig, "1'LIH.IMIIKIIS," AdUrfM, preparing a bill of faro for tho llt-- nam l lr Inithfr l.n't " lealillfH Ih tlu Hirkiimn Mnl aimed the object of the Mivvnr H icklille. Ky. W Knights of Pythias niipper. lo hn James Smith, of Fulton, Kv., merlina lo be, that it haviiiK bteo acer .'. Ilaniiiilt A Co, of .ul,.by S eldiio Works, ,In. V. Morris & and Boilert; Agents for Morris Hacliine Works-Engi- nes lalnoj tbal under the reijulremt-iitgiven on Feb. lDlh. lie asserts I', (trl 10c Ulttl ttstll At J. lV.CoKii. Co., proprietors, whose advertise-nof Ihe il employe on the Tennessee Iru rtira Uaneral Matulea of Ihia Slate, the can that it shall Inr surpass anything appear in this issue. This laud Road, wns killed on llcacli alitulional oath ahould havv been admin . of tlm kind ever given In Saturday night last, betwem factory is nupptind with new ma-- River trestle Fridnv morning, near iatered to ibe Mayor and Coiincllnieu rrdlR COl'UlTNKItSIIIP heretofore ct-- l BQr WILL GRISD MEAL EVERY 13.VTUI.DAY. nuglO-llating lietween J. J C Il'iudu-aOmul 10 o'clock, lira was discover cliinery of the most approved pat Loxington, Tenn." Tlio Iirulging eleel, where only th' ordinal)' oharler and terns .mil inventions, which are, ,,.,. wnv , Smith jumped .fell aeross oaiba were ailmlnlaierril nllbe meelin: I) II Iliirnet', under the firm name of now city council The ed in tho store of II. M. Maxwel'. on int This nrelina; la called Il'indiirnut & Durnett. mw mill and ileal ,, a lua ed W. L. MeCulcheii clerk, mid which threatened tn bo most dis now being placed in position, and u , of timbcr for the rjrpJi" of that oath ad. er tho lumber, Mr W. V. Johnson, treasurer; nml IJ. nsl rotis, but occurring at such a Anotf.er man named iniiilalered, aud for liavincother buiineia J, C inllunduranthna been ilieaolred,ouiatmid-In- J. Cell on him. !.y. auch will a'tt'e all , i end this paragraph, II. Millet tax assessor. An excel- early hour, citizens on the stree'-wer- o Ihe time v me before the Hoard; whereaa may c bualneaa All pereona holding elnimi Sl,Ul was upon the rail rooalilulional oalh was lent selection. The election of againai ald firm will please prtwnt lliem, quickly on hand to help su'1 Mr. Morris is an active, oinorprin. V. Cowgill, Mayor; and nig, competent business man, is, nJ. and nil iudeblvd to H will rail viti aeltle-Jattorney, Ac., was due It. The tloor. ceiling mid slich AllbNIIUN. tYtilllJUUT I Hamn, Parker, vyMaxwell, Smith, Shaw .1 C. HONI1UKANT, deferred to a ftituro iii'eetiug. lug were damaged, and peril. ip kimwn toihlscoinmuiillv. mid he L. McCulchea, Clerk and Wilhiirn, hjr I). B. IIUIl.VEIT su associated witli himself in this $i!0(iO worth of goods destroy cd. of Ike Kill on Circuit Court. ,,B Hiokman, Ky An exchange pertinently rej.18 isIiiphh. Messrs. Sloan mid Peck, ,Rn!c,rr.,TJ ufih?" HARAIIVL will lo plemetl SWORN. lirocfrr, mark" that men who ure adver- or damaged to about that value V .t ,U4,0ier, my oM iflr1(l, Fortunalely tho losses aro very actlcal nacl.lnists nukiinwlede C. M. .Mi.rb.m, City Marihal, nat alio tised in the papers are tho men iin..,i. n Hell coVfied by inmiruucc. The Ito bothc tinestin the Went. Itii,..,-- !, worn lo lined and proaecule all t who biiNinesH c tlit Ii4.au industry long greatly needed i limui: town. You can pick up a news- lire orlgininod from it lamp fiiNtetc t3 tht IiiIIIm ami factories of this sfiy AiwuyaOread Wagon will I.lt gaoiing, c Hra tiolattnc the hm agitnat I Delivery oil nenr thn Rtieiving upon which paper and tell In a few minutes Has n splendid j(')ck of the very best makes of all kinds of Hardware" (Succeianr to Fuqua & Pellonr,) AiTION CONFIRMED. fciioii, nnd goods were nf tlinrnnrrlili- ns it fa in tho hands Jfta e'ery uiy. cotton and woolen who does the buying iind ll. M. MCTHfciSl. ialh If DKALKIl IN- which arc offered nit OXF PRICE, and that the very luvveslthc inarkit On motion, the aetlon horetofora taken nniniintnut tunii i and keep alive tho interest of the kept. Hut for the timely and efaa to Ihe nunc of ealariea and election nf ' usttiles. All go'fls guaranteed to be exactly as leprcsented. ' '" STAPLE AND FANCY fleientwork of citizens who rush. wife uhordinalr olOoera, la hereby confirmed, papers have it that the place. ' "' 'of Tin: ed to the roMoue the arger ,' iroSi,,,t.olcct Harrison and exoept a a the election of C. Itamnge Minn Oraeo IIiiIcIiIhoii, the VU B"1 HiiperttMvaiaiil at laa oily oamaiary, ll citV-''"WMlnVdut'y of all te'rrlsing " inveatile daughter or .Mr. mid Mrs. utsiroiett. ' lo becaube or a hoc ioty snub given belus cuntrarjr holdthe city charter for a wirnM lhp.r iU)(l ANUlo Councilman lo Hnbt. Hutchison, formerly of this tlnn position bS U, ,l,ttCr t0 tl,U fo""C-- " .Venrs lilllluCUCO towards helping K) IllllkO llMrklrnV Amir. Nal.o. place, died nt tho home of her itTXKlVTESDt.tT or caMKTaay iLVcran. SALE AND LIVERY STABLE TDR. iS.. A.. t s at Clinton, ly Inst SaturMr Thoa. Dillon. 8r , belnt pul In nomTin IIcitSvlvc In the wor'.l for (Vf, nil such enterprises a suecoss to "&0, KESTVCKV. day evening. Tho i cumins were llruU Sore. UloHrt, Sip llheiim Ke the eiltl that they may abldo with KV always hTt ' ination for Superintendent of Cemetery, HICKMAN, PHYSICAN km SURb'EON viiea, ...... .... .. ... ut nut Intn w..iw h.i. . XVVV 4.bvo. a iMiri he waa. unaiilinoiialy elected to that po- CqT I'lra'e civo me a call j4 80 i brought to this city mid interred Cum ifl'er, ..UlulMKl llanila I Itlinia r.1 lift, n ml tlinrolir ...a... ..,,. w ntlmr IV ...& ami hruiillona. ami Soother at hand. It la tho onlr aafa sition lor the eiienlni year. HICKMAN, KENTUCKY in tlio city cemetery last Sunday tivt.lv eilna all kti no nav reitiltrel ..--r lit.,, I.il,,l.,,,u ... ........ an 1'ili.a rip ' On motion ihe Council adjourned. ruedlcino ret miJn that will rnimii all KENTUCKY STKL'ET Fultoulan. evening. la gu iran leed tn viva iicrfert atliafacljn Alteat, bin 1'rofnilonnl Servlera lo Infantile disorders. It containa no Opiun .. constantly on band for h'rd or iituney refumhsl I'riee V'ft centa f er OVVV n''lJ,'8,'-elnMRiythotc6- t V. L. McCUTCIIEN, C C. or MrrMnt. but gives tho child vntural the clliient of Hickman and vicinity KKI'.l'S salo Illckinan voted a fr.W.OOO sub- Nn Kur ante by J. Y. Cowirlll. lvg- toilepcndupon. Aclter'allloodKU M frum pai,u Pric 25 cents. Bold b - 8U udIOIIOKSKS, UUflfllBS andHACKd. scription to the Paditcah mid Hick Kl't. lilrliaaWrnprcacribt'dforyearafornlllm-- , .,; IUiIng purehaird the liable, liori J.W. COWGILL, Druggist, purlileaofthoDlood. IneTeryfonnofScrof. man railroad on Monday last with W'iilespriiding, hopelul IV. l). Durante uloua, SyphlllllcorMorcurlaldiseaics, entire Ills no dissenting vote. Our neighbor is your only true umbrella I LA. T. TYLER andpopoae to outfit of the buiiucil, and JimIuo lUuille. Piesideivf of Invaluable. For llheuraatltuu, haa no equal. e coulinue Havlni piirchaaed Mra K T nrdt'er'a A TCIIHIIIIX war between Cilll-J- . neems to fully appreciate tho great the Paducali Hiokman tills valo of tears. S.ith aohcit imlrontje' entire aiock of Uonka, Stationery. Fancy nrron nntl Ingalls, two Kansas VII in W. COWGILL, Druggist, AT70RNEYS::AT law. importance of nil eh public enter- cm Hiiilroatl Co., appealed hrforo I Good. Help others when you can, but band nt Ac. old will continue In keep on lages, nn to vThich sliall be made prises. Tho does not tho (Jomiueicial Club ol lliifeily aland, a complete line of the Tho city council of Paditcah the county seat, is now going on. never give what you cannot allbnl IUCKMAS, - - - Kt'KTUCKl Uourish any mom down there. SCHOOL HOOKS. . r itlll ol' Paducali, Wednesday night liim riril.it-tll- l fill fill tlin Tlm ifiiinriini.iir irntianii Imo .. ......-.- " " simply because it is fashionable. :: ' f Union City Anchor. 1,1. i... (ii.i. i..i,,M". STArJO.VKHr, lo last, mid addressed lliu Vlian ill ImIih.iiIi rillll'ouil lllllll. nil ..lit tin, ml Iflii SJ-- WSl'A 1'KHS. Wl to die r ' all builuesaeairuiied "' A general mass meeting of tlio Fho Oficinal Wins. the Interest of his road. Hon, nd,llin ,.,. i,.i, i s , i , vi,,.. ,.in,. JWy Mr. J. V. Straughnn, jewelUAGAZIXKS, Ae. Factory. C. h Vrin M. 1. n. a, fruit and vegetable growers of West r,lV0n,,i t.o proposition VlUVINJIIHi-ablyA. ' iih ns t.ivti Mi ilu mr, K.I'd 7S in Illck- tieuiy iiiiiiNiou, nun oiuer innu ()I1P1 er, has recently located novS Any of tli ahnve not In Kttiek a tuutt iiiicat. j. 114.1, in the Tl.eOtuiIbya In Southwkst Tennessee will bo bold at Gadsden promptly procured upon Hpiliiiiiion.will be spose ltW()), ' I U ll.iilin.l'n nanaLlv inan, and is now ready to repair It III. tit lllikltd vote, .... tlm ''.".ll. HUH una. !...., 1 .1 h; Come and tee tue fy.i cr Iter Uti Ir. ,'r. Jhaa A'llininett -jewelry, watchos, clocks, &c. All tint miiimUrilnii of ii rccoimiViiideil "ill .....I UUI I11S13. (or 47 tun "" A s. M. Ilhler T. H. Wacgenor, of this' I e'Jl propoutioii tn! CLINT. nt.MON. P. 'M CutlJ INDIi JliN, Hit iih aaas. J. he asks Is a fair trial, as his work ,,pu" c,ullo,l l0 l!' l,,l,Bt0' Kl'.NTUOCY L l)A s I'llVll -,- l Ci! ttaAPiewa,!.! I'i'i-l' touch of a to u ioto of,d I 1 will speak for itself. His shop is subscribe UU,UUU aid ti,uf r..,ii... irnto of the Hantist church at ly vivA Area ti it- vi TiMm, Ktc. vi ...... ..i.. I.I...I..1.... n.. i. . rotv suiisei nun uio Hie ot any man 1i.u tinit. 1.. ihuiiiiiiil; ttiiii- ui.a.iu i. v.wttt. KTolice. on Clinton street, in the Ilereniles tii.mi.. J,...,, r. ni- ti,,, A lietter selection of CiK.vrs I' nt writea:Ml .Wlilnn. Oluir cstoii. M., but, because of O .IChurrh, AiJ in or woman, I ahull feel that i" have building, two doors west of Hickvr iiiibi. i. ou. -iiv. mtcn aaanSim- weiro toliI,llfl engagetneiit with tho Hickman NisniNO Goods and IIkadv Madi: worked with God. Maedonald. The Ooiuini'icial Glub, lor vimr I uinc M. A, fliAKKN UP AS A hTHVY by uovO-t- f IU0KMVN', man Hank. KENTICKY. I. tt Madicln I aa church, will ho compelled to de- Ci.onu.NO, Hooth, Snoix, Hats, is composed of the repre'iitativo Liwiihi, living on the fromtlllnva hih) to MltwIltiitJ )o( cxceiieni joung VAiw. ivc, tpaii wo have fraa HidK. nboiit III iiiIIim went nf The aiiniuil meeting of stock busiiiess men mid our ami li"''. U" iriu 'Z,lin' tluH" tor your Matlt AliANM (M'f.lJII.N. Ml HUM. when ou want (Ciwtra cine, but it Jtw't iaicr the Fniion rutiniy Ky, ON HDItHKt. GIVK is winning gol.len opln Stock. holders of the Iliekiiuin Hank IIV mimm what tee my ! that ahlnjr done or ref ir their eutlorseiiieiit and oitluence man, none " IKjSi.l uiHr. J. H. OravM, Bdlttr IIDIt.Si;, Yi hinds icil .Monday, resulting In tho almost certainly giurniitoes Hie Ions as n .young pastor. "I don't say inarriagc is n fail je.iraol I. fUleun nii,. .put li'irli, PI or and Yv.woiia, wo will sell these goods down at KSWV1 alio kevp a f ll U hue of wiih In funnel I, I'l'ui. Mimrhli.Tpaa. un: """ . , "" , locleeliuii of the old Hoard of prediction that the aid will IT rackaaTr t vourt Ivei I IIOUK JIOTTOM MUCKS, nml ure," said Adam, candidly, as ho uliile ai hiie nn lilnl Intra Na Undortakor'c lu M.i1.! nr, anj ba.c uJ Dircctois anil s.inn) oillcers. Tho voted. Tho proposition will lie K vaOW- .ro&yy.-ailhmlttoi- l (Umirnnlec Sutitfitcthn. We are sat d )wn on a log just outside tho oilier uijika nr lintiida nr V'lble. mid a iharn. I waal nt It C.miniiin It wi md, and Solid lllaek VI $75 Hi) business shows it large Increase Kt. r I iter Krf uUtor ana car M,'1. u.0 Acker's Dyapepala Tablets. headquarter. for all kinds of Rub- Garden of Kdon mid looked linn iliir.i'uil at to a Vote within a taiulv au mjie iiIKiiIis'i auxluiii vvIiki 0.111 iw illteil Oiveii niiilcr my luml ,ia Judge of ihe nut i'iiiII m nt ' over Inst ,ear, ami the stockhold- weeks. If They aro a poaltlvo euro for Dyspepsia. In-- ber Goods and Gum Coats, and al- giily at the I'mit on tho oilier side fj tilt. ISaS. up on Consthiatlon, AaviaSft ers acted wisely in eoiiiiiiuiug it of tho wall, "but if I had remain-e- l'ultuu County Court. Ilea l'eNAYLOIt. liriaea- "ho" "'dee, uud at rea.oiiabU Ji I ,HT,,tinn. rlatnloner and and CO cents. ways keep the bent brands, ialt il. J03IIU Tlm only cure lor grief is UC Wo guarantee them. 23 single this vvouldn'"- luvvo hup management that mis proven a l A copy lay Mi in Alteat, J. Amukho'b Sonh, t28 n,.T''.'i.s capacity for uocm. igft... pened. Chicago Tribune Nnr" tion. j. W, COWGILL, Drugibt. i,iSimm jat4w f WiP. TAYtoa, Oltiki nron-filet' ' W l ' Suli, I irtiKclnt. llliir". Ii'it I ' I tin rrroniiffri'l l.ltxrli.a IH' Jtcillflntliv verj rfineily I'M I'tt'j twt rrllff In tr iM lia RivriilniUlin. ami mrvei I ' I One nun lixik i un Hiiimi-of 10 jrr.irt lamlinif.' Alrra I Call Tf See 'un ll l lt GOODS, Pall and Winter i.ai:(ji: ami 'vr.i.isi:i.i:t'iKi Mtll H III' pjr annum. terest. Siitcrinteuiienl Cemetery. 10 cent on rollrctioiia trlflo w't' y Ttroat or S'eiitiii XVJA. v i,UBff DUcwe. IfyouknTo widi the of Crmetery, JVfl 00 hecr month, unilerxt-indinthat ietfrni a Congli or Cold, or tho children .rs un oh dntira a tlio rjupt of the Cemetery thrcatrned with Croupor Whooping Cotj0li, may dealgnale a pertaining to tha ceme' uio Ackcr'a lUncllah Ilrmedy end proven! further trouble. It Is a poaltlro euro, tery gro'iiid). and vra guarantee It. Trice 10 and GOe FLrtTtoN or orricrta. l On motion J. W. COWGII.L, Druggist. election of Inthe Council olfireta, lo the aitlxinlinata which Aaacamr 50 00 Mi GOLDSTEIN Proprietors -.- HATS. CAPS, &d. Ycv1i: tr (SI ' New Torlc Store: --J rip-r-fiir- t!. HiH-i- I . man. aenme ! I PBOPBIBTOBS. j frk-iul- a I s 1 J ISii-STBI- M! k mU e eon-elusio- I'-'t- 1 Strt-e- t .Ill Ml r THE OLD RELIABLE! CSIAS. A. nOLCOMDE, screw-driver- shoe-knife- - I . .,1 .. lit-li- t"M-li-.- J .t - - piiin-.teriug- 1 ' pro-serv- o iMt-rr- . urn nm w -- Va'l M m, - jjc j isr, - Mor-j'"'1- 1 I '' - i. , iv-.-- jiiuru - A Fresh Supply ac-oui- r lit ,c .BAST HICKMAN 1 1 vcaaow &A "SVf1 - ULETG Ravine 12l GOMPAHT. SOU, Prop's, Wanted MORRIS -- - ,..,.. ncct-n- .. ' tmm t&jJvktQ&r i U-v- ' prac-ticH- COE r Tin-xri- - 3BL. I n Mnl-mi'i- a Illck-innu- .Dissolution rTotice. ut 1 y ro-elc- ..... - 11- 1- g IEiIEIXjiX & - SILjIS . ' , 1 trrtii-jHe- of-th- ..,.. gain-hlersa- S. B, -- iSUIB -- Jo M Jii: jrk M JU '" irt''t . - J ","' " - 1) ROOMNG A SPECIALTY. FJvRlS ' 1 ? pa-to- n - ... .a Wv,v ... ConfcctionericS, - - - I - Fakts Pahker, I , :. . ! I New V dN-)ositi- I M Store. : &l I1 mosM-biiu- 4 f I nr. v- .V- ai'.-ii- l fiTHAT FI6jHt I'mp-?l. jJ t(, ,, 1 U.- -i i - ''' I I'llI f !'t - ...-,- . Stray mm ii wmm, -i A. OLIVER, m- - . V 1 ',-h- - 11. , - tax-pmer- 111 t AU-- x i.- l S.n-i.i- . Rid- -. a. Hick-oia- n, oc-c- 11 i iio-- u fl - j '?, k wurt-tlik- A " d - i WeatTlU-Lmjn- i I 1 -- If fattirffIMBMjwiia iKSH hm Maiaaii h TTB 'trrBaratl as ' L-- ,. S to "'' V'.fV ''l ."'V, ; ' . m. wBlr' .,-- ; i i U i ran ifls. 'II Iti war, it was found out that ttiose public off. Ihe glorious Oospel transports us, THE COMMONWEALTH. hcfc-hm- . Soiancny girls In n school In Ma-- "' vombor 0 wai norlbod lo "tariff orks which paused on tho seventh day the.plrit descends, Jesus appears, nnd u o tlnkorlnu," anil tha Domocrntlo party Hi Annual Manque! to havo tun with one turned out more war material than those feel the bounding, spreading, electric joy CrmisTiAt Bciunrr, a German baker of What Miss Nald at wns unjustly nssnlled ln thnt rcjjnnl of the professors, who Is joung and of the Massachusetts I eafii. Lifo Should bo Mndo Ohoorful unci which worked nil the seven days. Mr. of Christian convocation, l, Louisville, committed suicide by shooting by oiory inonopolltsllo nowspitpor Id 1 ho nrnunl biiniittot of tho 1 look upon the Church of Ood ns one a prominent Iron merchant, gives this book. So thoy drosscd a hlmso t In the head. HI health and worry Enjoynblo, l.cnguo, which tho country. Ltimtii, in Rlrl'i nttlro nnd dropped if testimony: "I And we have fewer vnst hosanna. Joy dripping from the over business bad unbalanced bis mind. Xotv tho name) Journnls nro ns mute irum ir.o,Mlndow nliovo tho professors In our establishment and fewer Inbaptisms! font, Joy glowing In the sacraSemcha!, prominent farmers ot Mo sen took plnco nt tho Hotel Vomlomo, And No Dnlrful Sulilmlln slmulil llnrken terruptions, now that wo keep the lord's mental cup, Joy warbling In tho nnthoiu, County will loose In the aggregate about ltotdon, iocd to bo ono of tho moat as so ninny mlco when tho wnRos ot room so ymt jt woul,i tM ,Ml Ul0 wln. Christian Humes Solemnity ?it day; and at the closo of the year, now Joy beating ngnlnst the gnto of Heaven twelve thousand buahala of dow nt vji,c, )10 Uglmiy sat. As the nro reduced and Indusla.cntlat tn rrtm licllRloil. vbV. b tia brilliant political citthcrlng ot tho ivorklnr-mothnt we keep the rjabbatu, I find we turn with h hallelujah Ilka the volco of rals!-.:failure of the Keefer Milling Company of Tho jirliH'Iptil pucat ot tho trial riul)iiiliiiiuiiU ".hat dovrn ter dumss;.1edlx)pp,i., one Of Hiss jflrls CUHSS PERMANENTLY out more Iron and hnvo largsr profits than thunderlngs lleatlful for situation! The I)r. Tnlmifre preached In Mronltljrn ou'tilnjrum United .Stutos Secrotnry an Indotlnlto porlod." THey told gavotiprcinr, K)irlok. lite profossor ACKACHE, HEADACHB last rJjiidny. The text vsna, "And any year when we worked all (h seven joy of the whole earth Is Mount Zion. It Hichami Oaut, of Hopklnavllle, com thut tho election ot heaiil th0 shrlok, ttw the falling form, of tho Tronsurj Kulrchlltl. Anion; tho tho peoplo ropes Is the day nnd the piece where Christ reAND TOOTHACHE. rolled the Habluth it ilellcht," Isnlab lvlll., dtys." The fact Is, Habbath-mad- e mltted suicide, shooting himself six times. others wero l'roldont Kllot, of llnr-,u- General "pro- rushed dpwn glntrJ Wti, nwhlto fnco, Harrison incnnt paiil: There In nn ele- will break, and Sabbath-mad- e 13. Pr. TolinsK shoes leak, views his troops, bringing them out In It Is intimated that nn unlucky Colonel T W. ll!ffinort. Hon. tection to Amerlcnn lnbor," but bent ftnxluttsly qver the prostrato nnd deal ln Sabbath-mndCURE PtHHAKniTLT ALL ACHHL coats will rip, nn t companies find ifgiuieiits mid bnltnlloiis, "futures" had something to do with ment of gloom striding through nil fnlse nnd Habbath-made la protected by motionless figure, nnd thon nttempled it 1' C'llln, tint to rojoleo over n po- - how a working-ma- n muskota will miss fire, and r ding along the line, examining the religions, l'ajrnnlim Is n brood of liorrort. A msiniiT wreck on the Southern, battle-torneat litis nl victory, but a jjatherlnj ln tho having litis wajjo out down or by be- to lift It, Then1 ho tttrniM nnd At DsrooisT Asn Dssttsj. flags of past combat, nnd Wllmore, The (I oil of Confucius frowned upon Its Hnbbatb occupations will be blasted. A went doluyed passenger trains at TNI CHARLES A. VOCIllR CO., Itltlnirt, Ml. victims with Mind fain. MotiammoJnn-Ur- n gontlemn said: "I Invented a shuttle on cheering them on to future victories. Ob, Nlcholasvllle eight hours. I'lfteen cars Interett of tho propagation of a front ing entirely deprived of employment quickly to his loom with a very rod o rofortn Itoferrlni? U dlnicult to understand. It Is cheer tneo, whU time rctchod girls giggled pronilsei nothing to those eihnustod the Jrd's day. I was vrv l.mr. so I the Joy of Christian nssemblngel wero wrecked. Vera-Cur- a I remark nlo, we nro to hate In this day with sin In this world but an eternity of made the model of that new .Vnituon tho vory oxasporatrgly. Tux remains of nolcrt l'rather Gilbert to tho election tho chnlrmnn mid thoro ing to know, hoivover, thnt tho IntelLord's day. So very busy was I during lue JJ" eternal Snblotblsm. I do not FOR DY8PEPSIA. the name pnsslonnt indulgence. But Uod In tho dofoat of Pres-ulit- it ligent wage-worknot misled lo wns a mtsfottuno whs arrived nt Louisville, the other morning Attn ALL STOMACH TROUBLES BTJCIIIAI t Intended that our religion should hnvo tlio the week that I bad to occupy many frali- - believe It possible for any Christian to He Is the son of Colonel Gilbert, Ia4lftsUta, NotWthlnjr New, Htsrtbarn, Htusts, Clovulnnd, a hraio ami honest any great extent by tho mlsrcpro-eonttitloof the day here without think-m- y United Caastlfallaa, gran.l rhnrnclarlstln of cheerfulness. 8t. bnths. It ssasn great success. I emargel ' spend tin A neirnnd vej' cffectlvo thing which li Itlsiaf la taa Mavtiiaail rullatss aftar stUnc, Taa4 States Army, and the grandson of num. who rofuod to catch at votes of aA tho campaign liar 4l,aarakla aaS. buildings; I butlt new factories and Ingof Heaven. Thre Is something In the 1'nul struck the when be said: taking hold onto market Is n valuable ills Ia(, Mtrtsusatsa aas Law spirits lfa mndo hundreds of thousands of dollars; gathering of people In cliunh on earth to the late Jamos W. l'rather, of Louisville. when his eountrj'is good wnt nt stnko. Thoso who wero deceived doubtloss cjiv err niadokiMnthroiiith Tho Charles A "ltejolce evermore and ngnln I ssy, AI IWjnitit aa.l vaTrra sr Malts stall m mWr nt He died ou January 8 under peculiar ogWerOo, lUdmore, Md , pronrleUira ol ISrJa 1 l.njv II i la, M,r, 'lhreo cheers wore jjlion for President know by this time that a veto ngnlnst lar( ml ss mslrl This religion has no splkei for the but I have to tell you that all the reu t of ' make one think of the rapt nsicmb'ngo of He had been 1'roaltlent Clotcliimrs let- honoist tnrlll reform was a oto for the renowned 8- - Jacobs Oil, and kuowti ai THE CHARltS A.VOQIUR CO., llalllasore, JIJ. feet; It hat no hooks for tho shoulder; It thnt work on the Sabbath has been rutn. 1 tho skies. Thero Is something In tho song Arbor, Mich., nnd his parents sick at Ann ( li lelnntl Ulamon.l VcrsCitrn, for Dyspepsia, n jhisI were tafias enlarged my buildings. I made a great of the Christian Church to make one think ftillown that sort of protection which cripple the cure for Jidigcttion and nil stomach hns no tons riUrlin'R"' to take; It hat no him home. While oi the way to Chicago ter was then rend ' Washivotov, Dec. Industries, The most cer funeral pyres upon which to leap; It hat many th ussnds of dollars, but I have lost of the songof the elders bofore tho throne, he laid his fosters monopolies and troubles nrlsll thorefnim If not found In head on his mother's arm and ?t rxrtniVE Mtnil0i, ant ofhtrt. Comnl nil, and I chargo It to the fact of that Sun- - the harpists nnd trumpeters of Ood nccotu-dn- y bhtrmm Sruvrglst or dealer, It will I "ir tbo no Juggernauts before which to fall. It t'fi'i tain and safo both went to sleep. When she nwoke the hi -- i.eolleiiien lam eseeed ngly sorry that 1 wrings unnecessary taxes from tho sent stock of by mall i shuttle," I will place In two com- - panlng the harmony. Tho light of n of 2ft cents (5 tioiei Bible, by good rheer Is symbollzaj In the Pain REMEDY dinner ths poi'kotis of tin tollers into tho II OV) in stunits Ham pin sent on rvst'lpl ol the men In this community who ter Sabbath gilds tho top of this, nnd earth boy's head had fallen on her bosom and he can not be present at the annualLeague. ofThis the brightness of waters, nnd tls redolIn the world two cent staft.i. Ithastwrn found on trim Missirhn"tt Tan It lUtorni brenk tho Sibbath and the men who keep nnd Henven come within speaking ills-I- t, Was dend ence of lilies, and the sweetness of musics Is not merely a formal an J common expression Midi liliUnlly A woman was struck bv nn enclna Tho working-mewill nlco bo ablo to iMk spocif) for sour stomacn, heartburn t nnd then I nsk you who are the best lance of each other, tho song of triumph nd the hilarities of n bnnquot, A cho r of firret It truly Indicates bow much I should sxnatintion, nervous nausia, stops tho most Covington and Instantly killed. friends of society? AV'ho are the bests ' wovlng tackwnrd nnd forward, now toss ng r meeting the members ot vour league, to seo moro clearly that tho Jnrrotta nest and low'Plrita, and it is sHkeii of nnd of Hernphtms chanted at Hi induction, nnd excruciating Two MEN, supposed to bo tramps, went sndhosr gluj I shoull be to express in person and Lttehmnns who tttrovo to preju-dlc- o revoniiiiviiiri by hundreds who have used Who have the best el up by tho Church of earth, now aant v vlng palm, and friends of morals? penllng trumpet, nnd pains. It It to the house of Joseph Glass, keeper uiT spurcctatlon ot their Important services In la thl world? Who have the back by the Church of Henven. them ngnlnst tho Domocrntlo it and baMjyund luttlug beiicUta rapping wing of archangel nre to celebrate auuse to tihich I am earnestly attached, and truly Ihe great e The Christian man stands radinnt In Its of tho first on the New burg It triumphs. It began Its chief mission best for the world to coma? among thom to wospn thero are to many unhappy to acknowledge at tbe same time their ire party, and wont CONQUEROR light His bereft heart rejoices nt the rond, near Louisville, and, taking nuenl nnd encouraging manifestations ot per-s- i pieneh tho devil's gospel of "pro- m Nn Sabbath morning comes In the house" with the shout! 'Glory to Ood In ibe rrlsges, whou tho "best inau" nover OF PAIN, and hold. I suppose that the mere philosopher thought of a country where there is neither what monoy nnd valuables they could rai frlemUinets I know, too, that It would tection," woie not only falno prophets Bts the brie nnd It will close Its earthly mission hat dono more with the ascription: "Halleluja.li, for tlio would say that the Sabbath light comes In a coffin nor grave; his weary body gluws lay their hands on, sorloutly beat Mrs. be profitable and advantageous to be, oven tor but missionaries ot evil. HI. 1'anl Hallway, Tholr oc- Cldrato, JUItssukets a brt'f period, within the inspiring Influence ot good than any a wave current, just like any other light; at the iden of n lnnd where there nro no Glass, who attempted to prevent thelt the atmosphere surrounding the patrlotlo and Lord Ood omnipotent retgnetht' HtisiinfjMteil Trains to Ht Paul and cupation's gone, so far as Intelligent known remedy. But men have said that our rollglon is but It does not seem so to me. I: seems as burdens to rnrry, and no exhnustlvo Jour- depredations. JIiiilie,irs. unselfish men or SPRA NS. DRUSES. BACK. Kentucky pensions granted on tho Otbi of their fellow btmled together in tbe Interests working-me- n nro concerned. Vest Uu' Trains tn SL Paul and llinneai not cheerful, because we have such a dole If It touched the eyelids morewjtly, nnd neys to take. He rats the grapes ot countrymen, ami devoted to the ACHE, PAIN In tho CHEST orSIDES, He stands upon ths mountain top John H. Howard, Hardensi rings; Ones work ot tarlft reilorm. This reform si pears to oils (1'u,) Patriot. fill Sabbath. Thor sny "You can have threw a brighter clow on tnJSfltKal orna op HEADACHE, TOOTHACHE, FlnrsCtlimg Cars in the U orl.l your relfg'ous assemblages end v our long ments, nnd cast a belter on ami looks ofr upon the promised land. He nurx, net cap; Horace Hssieen, 'ducM me to bo as far reaching; In Us purposes ss the any other EXTERNAL PAIN, n few TisiUivpliig Curs tn Denver hear the call of the eternal towers, nnd Geo. H. 1'earl, Blg Cliffy; Jacob IfPe- - destiny of our country, and aa broad In its NOTES AND COMMENTS. faces, and your n filing cant, nnd your the fares of the children, akj threw a suThiv tow tn the ''tlotden f Ute Hpeclal " application, act llko marie, causlni' bene licence as the welfare ot our entire peopsalm books, and ycur Bibles. Give us pernatural glory ot er the flJfamlly Bible. the tramp of the numberless multitude wni, i m. llessely, Urtts hiiVrtkm Tickets lo Colorado. ple It is because tbe the PAIN to INSTANTLY STOP ot Its adsoeatea - Tho election of Harrison has the Sunday exrunlon, and tho horse race, Hall, Sabbath light! Wei nMce In It. wlttisius forgiven. This Is the day which vllle, Albert Alcorn, Locust Branchilhos. nro si t discredited efforts sordid mouse Kin 'sion IVkcts loCullfornia For CONGESTIONS. by any INFLAM' nol benfltod a slnglo working-mato Kvrn t tan if the Ixird Lath made. Let ui rejoice and I Stephons, Add; Mary A., widow otOeo. that lhey are able toldlr and confidentand the convivial laughter. 'n hate so llest comes In through thbtlndow- or it MATIONS, SORE THROAT, URON- s Klrsi 'Us People patronize bo glad In It Oh, yo who have been buntFlshback, Louisville, ly to attack tbe slronuholJs of sel tho amount ot a nlckol. lxiulsvlllo much joy that wo wont to spread It all leaps up from tho fire, or ljrll out In tho CHITIS, COLD In tho CHEST. IJDCS tlshncss and greed Our Institutions were Courier-Journa- l. NliETKKV moonshiner have boeo en over the seven days of tho week, and you old or It catclieiup tho boly ing for Sunday pleasures In the street Tn Agents everywhere sell Tickets constructed tn punty of purpose and tore for i tv hall not have one of our days of woi Idly Into ecstacy nnd swings Iipcn bofore the and on the river tank, nnd in the bouses fenced by Judge Barr during the HU l'aul in ino Calcaps Milwaukee John (. Whlttlor ngrcsii with over bnmsnitr Their operation is ailjustcl to the Small oftlic Back, ole , moro extended, satisfaction for religious dolefulnei. I soul the twelve gates wild are twelve of sin, I commend to )ou this holy day terra of the U. H. Court at Frankfort Itlnlno lu ono thing. Ho lUiisi. touch of National i irtne and patriotism, and James Ittniir cmitfnutl anri rtnrsteft isnntl. A kfituokt farmer's son, whr prewant to show these men if i here nre any pearls. Tho bar of tbouncpened ware- nnd boly service I I do not Invite jou to gu dance, must te thinks nil old letters should bo the r r suits, under suth ssihesp. but not the affectionate cations nro necetsary to efTect a cure. burned. such In the hcuie this morning 'hat they house, the hinges of the Wsstened store swallow a great bitterness or to carry a ferred death to work, committed iulcide the prosperity and hapiilness ot our people; talk C tiretly Rlrl; that Is dear lies All INTERNAL PAINS, un the Uow- aid so lo gas the ailtoeite ot tariff reform Still ho was not In tho habit of putare un ler a great drlus 4maerclal ware- henvy yoke; but I Invite you to feel in nearltopkinsvllle. ton C r er and that Ood window, the q ilet of the cliorSloniach .CRAMPS. SPASMS, Lee Dixov, w hlle attempting to wd a appree ate tho sentimentsto In which ourlnslw ting n postscript on them to this otTect. Intended the lifts. tvso Sundnrs of the house seem to ty.- 'Tin Is the day the body, mind and soul, the thrill of Joj SOUR STOMACH. NAUSEA, origin, atrattcely Conliirleil utlons ion; us they Detroit 1 reo l'ress. year to bo hung up like belts in a tower, Lord hath made." lUst'for the sewing-woma- which (Toil has banded down In the chal- moving train at Dawson, fell oncer the bend tbehad theirwhich alone can culJeappro DIARRHOEA, their Aro U Hats by rheumatism Kitirpnt fines wheels and wa probably fatally Injured. beating n perpetual chime of Joy nnd glory Ono thing enn Iks relied upon: this a r. Kiis disctt-and aching ices of the golden Sabbath operation so Ion as tbey In a spirit of pure with weary hands ns well ns Rout and COLIC, FLATULENCY, FAINTINO patriotism are conseerated to the service ot Fornkor will accept any thing thnt lie lira - fc With what revulsion and with what pit , sa m4V , and salvation and Heaven; fori want) on side, and sick heart for the overI The Lobanon Standord Is makhg wot I al I WM.e, Itlllt livsvtts frsU IQIICVU I I J J Unll Htom . tnolr country, temporary itsfenl brings no ills ami avoid pwalWe life. to carry out the Idea of tho text, 'and cnll tasked workmsn In the mine or out on the we mutt look out on that largo c nss of on the gambling rooms of that place. Harrison has to offer. Nor will It Innir u. Hitters, u lemplinK nf l'rovklenco QUICKLY CUREDby tnkinc Internal-i- i It is rouratement. It but proves the stubbornness .iir.ctmt. . SnM h. nmnnistr r,ii.a ko. . w . . ..ww WW, the Sabbath a dellgh'." wv.w . h.hHH... wall, or In the swelterlug factory. Hang persons In our day who would throw dls Several students at tbr. Virginia of the forces of combined selfishness, and i5it make nnj dlltereneo whether tho oflor t.i.l,. . n.in rheumatism sasaila vou. as It I remark. In fie first place, we nrn to up the plane, drop the adze, sl'p tho band credit upon the lord's day. There nre "lialinstss, l"Jl(!inifer" riillls Institute have been dismissed foi closes how far the people msy have been let la mucin nn u sitter salver or wltliu pulr line' And In this day the Joy of healthy astray and bow great is the necessity ot re of tongs from the wheel, put out the tte Rest for two tblnjs which C bristian people might "Ducking" a Kentucky lad. Satnr. Oixnplalnta, tiervemsneas, andf Chicago News. never to give up the one Is the Bible the are doubled efforts in their betulf To loss faith iMnstinutuin and djta-p- l debt In thti democratic country we all the holy, for the mind and for the soul. ) i has been nppolnted poslathe Intel Uence of the people Is a surrender aiso r uii'd by the lliltora. Use rcirutaily Tho have to work some with hand, some with Again I remark, we ought to have In the other Is theSablnih. Take an ay one nnd tmaster uosuf nt Deskln, rike County, vie J. W. and aa abandonment of tho struggle To a simple race question Is by no menns I rain, some wth f or. IfthnrA . In ! problem Hut tho Southern Sabbath the joy of domestic and jou take nway both Take either, and Bsvlns, removed. arouse their Inlrllivenca and free It Irum darkWbis earn pops It irets ghastly white. this house a hand that baa not, during the consecration. There are some very goo I farewell to Chr stlanlty tn this country; ness nnd delusion gives assurance of speedy whllut wilt attend to It, un J In tho Ills'. . It the aab.O With UUbfS! JCSS. VT. W. Hovaxeh Is the new postrtaster and complete view ry In the truok of reform past year, been streMiel forth to some parents who have the facultr of making farewell to our civil religious liberties men Hsrpor't Hst.tr best traj-- in nature has nt Mlnorisville, Scott County, In place of kind of toll, let it bo lifted. Not one, not t! e Sabbath n great gloom. Their childWhen they go, nil go. He whohnsevei ate often found ti dead hopes ot ptoaeers When n white man's government shall An ArtistU l'welv e Taife Annual t nl- -' ardlv reilim lh and the despair of those who fait in the march Yo it is medicine, ondnr, tenutiftilly docomtcJ with hljjh-- I one. You sell tho goods. You teach the ren run up against the will of parental spent fcunday In Paris, or Antwerp, o Wm. T. Mothcrshead, resigned. Hut there will be neltner despair Dor dead crumble In the (itllf Mutes, tho North whci a.mitL'nrti'r s Utile Liver Pill lhey Ecoese Meoie, of Versailles, wh. a school. You doctor In the You lugubrlousnesi on that dw They are! Home, If he be an Intelligent Christian small,,, bad s fleets; all troubles li finished olorthl ptotunM represent-- ! arav shot himself wbllo out hunting hopes in the path of tar ft reform, nor shall will share tho Nnithern danger. Chipractice at the bar. You edit anenspa-.pe- r. sorry when Sunday come1, isd glad when will prny Ood that the day will never conn froru' illiverorn relieved bytLdrute. fa I Inc tho seasiitii -- Winter, Springs Thanksgiving Day, died from his w unds Its pioneers tailh lo reach the houits. Hold ng cago Herald You fan the hldrs. You preach the it goes away, lhey think el every thing when the bablmtli of continental Kurope a id rejeet - evory alluring fait their nnd rail still Iw snl Tree tn on the Hth. R gospel. You mend the shoes. You sit nt bad on that dtv. it la tbi worst day to shall ever pat Its foot upon car shores Tlio resent exciting set-t- o overture anil every deeepl ve compromise Iw lUr ass er promise must tie the ones ciiiminer any jstsshi wlni-omsix ounU for n Tout BtACHFonn. a farmer near Keen. which would betray their t goon crediu leiat HlfUnita. trust, they tween .Ninntors KlddlelHTger and the shuttle. Yon carry the hod of bricks them, really In all the wt. There are had tad in Syracuse whr a friend etimplfi iopy of thn Now Vorlc Ledger. up tho ladder on the wall. And the one persons who, because they ere brought lived to lie one hundred years o had to shoot n negro on his place the ther thcmselros shall regain and restore the pair Is not related in tho Congres-drum- ! niony of their countrymen, freed from the "1 day. Tbe victim's name is Martf n Wi i laen iwosinnaliy troubled with occupation is as honorable as the other, up in Christian families s tliris w TlmHes-on- l ahe Ho tali to m. In bis ninety-nint- h leavens this rou. andlarachsase have umM llaowi's Address isd He bns sevcrnl buckshot In his bodr, trsipiJt cf by the sg SOBEBT BONNER'S SONS, Pnbllsbsr, rrovided Ood calls you to it. I care not wrong notlois nbo-J- t tic isbtatb, year "I went across tho mountgen ut of American Justice reports of "drunk nnd disorderly," It ltxi.v secured si. Tmociic. vvhteh have never what ou do, if you only do It welL But goneoutlntodlsslpitloasiliv.il be lost. ains In the early history of the country nnu is now in Jou for an ofTense. Mlscl-for- d and equality. ours very truly. fall, il 1 must ay lhey are scsxtud to tViuux HrnrtT, seems, to tho Congreslonisl and poltoi noo. discharged him, and be bad returne I j world " rVUr .1 J.i, CiviAUr, Umivr.il (lEVKl.SMi. Saturday lilgM cuiusi you me jaded t itia'i ald tw UIS. "I2iVf pvTfwCt dis Sabbath msrnlng came. W were lrnntl New Vork City. UUn. and knocked Blackford down. He then court reporters of tho Washington dally s and worn. The hand can not so skill ully gust for the Sabbath day I never saw my the reach of civilization. My comrade This Calendar it worth fully t!3 cents. The npp!uio follow Inj; tho rondlti? went off and got a shotgun, and, from be(ilobo. Chlrngo raanuracture;theoyocannotseesowt!l;tbo father smile on Sunday It was such a were all going out for an excursion. I said of tho loiter liming- abated, lYoslilont nowpnpors. Is ivl and regular standing tbe man hind a fence, fired at Blackford, but did Clovulantl brain Is not so cltmr, tlio judgment Is not dreadful day to me whes I was a boy I 'So. I won't go; it is Sunday.' Why If Colonel Dudley be Innocent n t'- i street-ca- r Ufa. full of women 8 health wui drunk etntul-inj- ;. not hit hlrn. Blackford discharged bis so well balanced. A prominent manufacnever got over It and never ill." Those they laughed They said: 'We hnven'i Another throo ohesirs was jjlven of tho gravo charges preferred agaluet shotgun and the negro dropped, tally vour couch with Halo's Ilftncy of C turer told me that he could se a difference parents did not "call tbi Sstbath a de nny Sunday here.' Oh, yes,' I sild, you him ho should go to Indiana nnd meet Ilur mid Mr. Uuaoll then Introduced id ami Tnr btwen the gods that went out of his light;" they made It a gtaom. But have I bruight it with me over tin wounded Falrclillil at a rop'iwontatho his accusers and put thm to shame, Ilk s l arthoohe Orojis Cure in one minute. The chances are that the Deitablishraenton (Saturday from the goods there are houses repreieited There nre two or thret here mountains.'" that went nut on Monday. lie said: this morning where tb children soy wnvs In which we can waragalnst Sab epartment will after all accede to Mr. of tho AiltninUtrntlon Tlio Secretary ills failure to do so tends to confirm said lo 'Ter tho goneral belief in his guilt; and tho Isr triBk sMrH Is market. be tho most pasu spoke tn tmbiUnco as follow n: Thoy wero very different, Indeed. Those through the week: "I wcaJfr when Sun usages in this day; and tin Cnruth'a wishes and place large letter in tbo boxes at the different railway stations lu outcry raised nt Indianapolis nnd elseHerxpretted bis appreciation of the .honor that were made In the former part of the day will come!" They irt anxious to first thing is to get our children right tipoi onferred by ask ng him to be the guest of the where over tho appointment w eek, because of the rest that had been tire- - have It crme. Louisville. of a Th' i"st knotsrn reinsvlsr for consumption Is I hear the r boianna In the tills subj-c- t and tench them that the Ssb Hev. Jon D. FKnocson;, aged seventy-tbre- o Icasue and said that the last election hal by proeutor who would prosecute Is Uxr.i-h- l ore. Write Or.tlepert, Cincinnati. vlously given, were better than those that house; I bear their hosanna In the school. bath day Is the holiest of all the da s, nn no means decided the qeettlon of tar ft and lotiSVtarrnry IVta Tb4ffisassn )t fl IMWriwhSH, rsn-years, a minister of tbe Chrlsl an tana reform. The wero made In the latfer paitof the week Ood Intended the Sabbnti to be especially the tiest and the gist! lest Unless yci I'hlladol-phl- n way e to confo-sloroad the mllk s d ajHlstrsspa-in- a sssres. tttuiMtle hat only begun tantamount l ills when tlio men were tired out." TheBabbith Tim. day for the father. The mother Is home tench your children under the paterna denomination nnd well known nil over and the end s not yet, the record of the late aa. gave ata ssarvartal rsaaasttlsas. Tisa Heoord. ssallaassn on tha rijbl .vit sarirra Srrcino comes, and it bathes the soreness from tho all the week. Sal bath diy coses and (Jod roof to keep th Lord's day, there nr Southwestern Kentucky, died suMonlv ln canvass br ngs no discouragement toourrause, Am ote H.H whwh ( 4Tti. at tha putSiSM. sunt balls bias Steel nails cost $27 a tou Pill- "se) can take Carter's Utlls IJver but on tbo contrary bUh bopca tor the future. Ballard Count- - the other day limbs, iiulets the agitated brnln and puts nya to the father, who hss been busy from nine hundred and ninety chances ou amnIL No aro so homier Intellect was in tho UiilL-St.it, and $18 In Hn awa- ' sr No miiiverys(riHli aftsir trouble u up from ike Inl ilo Neaii Lewlsport, Hancock County, at It tbows us that out thj fires of nnxle y that have been Monday morning to Saturday night at the of a thousand It will never learn t takltii;. sir SWIITTt st'l.tllll lsM!rr!aTwlat)ati1s. and tho depth of 112 feet from the surface, aroused,to,thought Invoked gufutt experieace ap- gland. Tho t'i difference Is not paid to burning all th week Our bodlei are tore, or aw ny from home 'This Is your keep the bahhntu. You may think l rtn antslh ,.? wo made great pealed htaaeesrM that we lust As unsatlsfartery seven-da- y meal a domestic Ilhmlss.n M rs atxl kloilrM clocks, and, unless on the sevday. See what you can do In this little shirk responsibility In the matter, and while boring for coal on a farm belonging only In those places where mind wns dominated American worklng-mobut to Ameriititasa. sVnt f irour hats nltt MT. assist India. toJudgUush, J. C. Bell and J. D. Blln-co- by passion, where partlsanttlp nnd the blind can millionaires, nnd cotnos out of tha brc enth day they are wound up, they run flock In prepirlnethem ftr llsaven. Th s send you child to the Hibbath-tchoand I HC I O asses, sutllaJ m TUB bVI IT dovsu Into thj grav. The Sabbath was Way I set apart for you." You ksbw rtrr I the house of Ood; that will not relievo tin a flow of gas was reaolia-l-. laUh prejudice of race and section overcame bs nv pocket ot fnrmora, a nllraapja. Allaata.Ha. love ror a It la Intended ai a savings bank; into ft we aro well that there are many parents who aro I matter I want to tell you. In the name o burned when lighted and kept up a souad olenro and should bo whole country forever true proslui-vnIs how our THE MARKETS. tbe tariff tctt'ed, and n blesaed genornlly. This In the well like the sound of bubbling oil to gather the resources upon which we are mere suttiers of the household, they Llinst, mv Maker nnd ray Judge, thn moved from tbe domain of po'lt es, tor It Cnr- why tariff works, It is about tbe same depth as tho Meade only disturbs business, but mOaftely worse.not neglos nnd tholr likeand so tho Cisaissran. Jan IS to draw nil the wk. That man who provide the food an I raiment; once in a your example w dl be more potential tha It aro anxious 1 1 I 9TCH K- IBl N I reaks the Hnbbnlh robs his on n trcvents tho simple purpose of universal nerve, his while, perhaps they hear tho child rea I a any instruction thsy get elsewboro, nn' County wells. i hoire lut aert at that It should bo mistnlainod "fur tho small-po- x for which ulone our II ivrnmenl It in Newport, The reported m. own mu do h s onn brain, his own bones, 1 ne or two In the new primer; or, if thero If jou disregard the Lord's day)ourt.eli s n asm Sited It converts our lcgitl.il ve balls Into benefit ot worklng-uiun.- " Indianapo(t'nt rauLrr f to A a is lie It s up the wine of his own life and te a case of especial discipline, and the or in any wise throw contempt upon it proved to Iks chicken-pox- . of barterbctwcea coaflntlait 4 ,V) s!ll ri'- - tlovt te rlHitre f s a S3 The youngest publisher In tbo world Is tcs.net wranstleanirr meant to enable interests, lis Sentinel. throw 4 it away. He w ho breaks the lord's mother can not mtnage It, tho child you no blasting your children with a I WltH flcot torliolre where n,ea to S3 vi SiO probably Carroll Mattlngly, a boy of get more and ttUI more money from our o s Pay elves a mortgage to disease and death is brought up In the . 4 .11 Tho sally UHIt of tho North tnlinit) curse It is a rough truth, Iknow i4 I l it. 1 01 t red becomes the chief characteristics of the aro forever charging thnt tho Southern I.KAIN 1 IV hs upon his entire physical estate, and at the of he father's discipline an punisLel. told in a ri'Ugh way. but It Is God's truth twelve, living In Louisville. He recently A Inrplil liver slrsiii;N thrstolaya IA it No rod 87 p ople's representatives. It degrades businest most unexpectel moment that mortgage That is all there Is of It No scrutiny of nevertheless. Your child may go on t published a neat and creditable little holiurn Ne. 1 lulled . .111,4 i Sans, tissst prssslilrra andrtten makes success therein tbe prize of rwvnplo nro guilty of Intimidation. . ... Ostt No. wised will tie foreclose an I the soil ejected that chill's Immortal Interests, no reali- seventy or clgrty years of nge, but that day work which Is well printed and conNow, tho only cases of Intimidation d sressr: It ccrrssts tbt people. I'r. Vl t ia A la tains some Interesting reading matter. Every gland, and zation of the fact that the child will soon child w ill never get over the awful dlsad from the premises Hat l.uvr can tbltquett.o& bo tsttlodf Tbcro that havo occurred In thli Stato woro II. 1 14 til till M Dyspepsia, Costivencss, RheuIgA nor at Frankfort, while smoking, T01lii'(-ledtuml10 CO are two kinds of demands g out in a w orld w here there nre gigantic vantage of having had n Sabta pire. and oil, and finger-naIJ T3 protective tar m.1 leaf one old rastiloacd, now nearly obso ete. that of thoso of colored Democrats, who wero ft I J la) theieventhday for repose. The respira- and oerwhelmlng tomptntlons, that have Inj father or a Sabbath-breakin- g mother nited some gasoline, and was badly burn14 til All a I'KOV lilO.NH-pu- rk Mess matism, Sallow Skin and Piles. Henry Clay, sometimes called the premolar of threatened or mnltreaUtl by Republiced by tbe explosion which followed. tion rf the lungs, the throb of the pulse In awamped ra lllous. But In sons houseI.srl-l'nso steam afant Industries, tbe underly ng prinnplo of ans of their own race. Charges of tho IIUTTI'lt-tTwI- ce Titer) le (so heller reinesly forltiaass dairy Colon kl Thomas J. Wood succeeds himII as 15 the wriit, the motion of the bene In its holds It Is not that way; the home, beauTHE CONVALESCENT. wh ch was, if I rightly understand It, thai there m rstninieis sllarssar tlsssss TssCI' User rrtas- In thole rratmery cs tiful on ordinary days, Is more beautiful self ns Louisville's chief of police. socket declare: "Itetnember the were certain Important Industries which. If pre vontloii of voters In this city from AlTliH I'rlnin, perblil I'illa, isait Irlttl vsllliruse. ITIce.aJe. I C. E. I'earce, Jr., wns elected mnyor of sjsta nod by the promise of an assured mar casting their ballots woro brought, but I'OTATDJfs-l'erus- ish to keep It holy." V, & There are now tho the Sabbath has dasvnel There ttlien lie tflmuld lllvest Illmtelr or All 41 Captious Irritability. thousands of man who have had Is more Joy in the "good morning,' Maysvillo for his fourth term n few days kM la this country, would In n short time be- when the examination of witnesses beNKIV YOItlC Something In which a little general ago. come so ettablltbe that tbey could gite tnvlr . (s) their lives dash d out an'nst Ihj there Is more tenderness In the morning Wettern Mx-Medicatforo tho United States Commissioner LOt oduc.it on would bo excellent Is the art of S red Electricity rruducts cheat golden gales of th Saulittli. A promt prayer. Tbe father looks at the ch 1, c Is tbe U. Court at Louisville, Judge could bo lo our people ss In the ly as they was made It was proved conclusively v sj N bought anywhere ml nrilcsccr.ee, tho art, that is to say, of world the Hint 41 lur(4isrrk arali. fsaafnass, nnt Iindnn rorchnt te tlfij that thirty and the child looks at tl fnth'r Th" getting well after long illness In such a Jsciion dec!dl tbat tors No smlted. . t 411, till cr tbe modern irotcctite tariff The tar ft that only by challenging and through llxalari.a lukla lif Hr (V..I.-- M 40 M C -. years ago he went to Iondon. tttl He says: little oio dares now to atk quet ons unnner that your can only arbitrate differences, and which was embodied In the platform of the .icelr e llsliary In awry taitil. I llrr nearest and dearest may 14 n BUM) meat . questioning wero many minors nnd 'OIIU-"1 have during that tlmo watched minute-ly- , without any fear of being aniwered i artv successful tb the late elect on has as Ut not almost wish that you had not been has no right or authority to nfnrs'Alu deGIVEN AWaTI Hleam "BOOB0TTtI$ foundation the principle that It Is best for tbe many of thoso who were disfranchised nnd 1 have not 'ceil that the msu who "Don't bother me; I must te elf to slckf To the sick, of course, all things cisions. lnlFsilgM.it Cc lUrti Inslatni rillCAIJO. . LIKdltl f aaatJsasi certain ar- for v a i lous ofTcnf-cwent to bu Inoss on the Lord's Day, or tbe store," Now the father looli at tbe are excusable; to the convalescent uiJtiy prevented from V'LOt R Wlsesmsin ss nter Hon. Joint D. Woods has resigned the American to people to buy and use Itepubllcan 5 5.1 I mLrf UI .la II I al aa,' a ticles, or (in ultra m the language of the late Wbral-N- o. counting-houseopenel up tbelr H'.tt H have. child, and he sees not merely the blue things havo to be oxcuted; but jet it position of 1'ubllc Printer for Kentucky, UftClHii ilidivrr rami y Asanls arerun platform, articles which can bo produced In unlawfully casting ballots. ltlchmond iiKAIS 4 CMraxo sprln(ml VI', .Sn !, ItsFfv 11 Pit frltii'm nt ah I.,4.ta MSSISH. eyes, tbe archod brow, the long laibe, ths often seems to the weary watchers, and Governor Buckner appointed Colonel this country, only when thnt produced or man (Vn.) State. wltiout a slnglo exception, come to No. t .... liullv, sun atiaslla M'lt SB's i A prominent Christian merchant In sweet Up. He tecs in that child a long nurses, rclttt vet, frlords, worn out in H. Polk Johnson, managing editor of the ufacturod, cost whst tbey may, and that to the tAtt t ft Sat T44s. Oait-4 .... tt Itl4j ss . .. ... ot this end all the towers or the ' I find It don't pay to work line of earthly destinies; he nm in that body with tireless activities. In mind with f . UV Tha Revival of Sectionalism, ', Bton says: to succeed blm. Colonel T OlLal I Mill Klram Jredersl Government shoali be lcrokcd. Tfce g on faunday. When I w as a boy, I no'iced child an Immeasurable eternity. As be ceaseless onx ctlos, ln soul with xf PSSiiaS VOUU O'.VX Johnson accepted. IIAI.TIMOHl". ulcLuent of the principle of ths protective I Our Indianapolis correspondent has ympnthies, they too In out on the Long Wharf there were mer'I wonder tcuches that child, he says: 3 fT,i 2 . Tom l'oLtv, a track walker on the tar a shows it can be settled. It csu'd oven be KMjl K rsmiiy .. .. tirvsniln nonrsVittni, in inn chants who loaded their vessels on the wuut w II bothoiUvtinyof this little one?" their turn mlcht bo regarded a little piti- Southern road, was ttrucfc by a train at eracod'ed In the coastllut ca. Vre bars tn:t to transmitted a remark of Colonel Quay 'atlAIN-W- hf pi (ju .I, No. a "t J fmHKBie K HAND MILL 'VJi--- " . (m-miHnblmth day, keeping tlielr men lusy from And, while this Christian father is think- - fully nnd receive, now that danger and Nlcbotnsvllle white asleep, articles cun SW lullh.yM.al. ntnn. m,l but escaped provide that no country which be be produced to tho ellocl that that political strnto-gisuffering aro over, somo small raced of vv m .. .... . m shall tint or inornlnz till night, nnd It Is my observa- - Ing and praying, the sweet promli flows consideration IbcmsoUoa. wui siiUnfit.il Uusl IVsnldeiil Harri- fOHK Ms . with n crushed foot and threo scalp or made In shad bo subject to duty Imported,l.ui) tt'4 ,i I tntti'r-i- f I'aaltrsr at. ret!af S laslliaonlals Tho of, say, that they thn that the) themselves cams to nothing through hit soul: ' Of such is the kingdom sick person Is tho ono apct of painreally wounds. . . io ra a to tji t I tnlna-itraliu- i S.IIIS nenrrn son would "inako tho Southern nuos- VVI1.MI7, II KI1H, l.,UU' und ,. . . . . percent ad valorem .... Tbls woull settle tbe i ATTI B- -r rtl quality lait rtru m,, a ,, m. he feels a Joy, not like suffering in tbe whole world; all feeling, nirso uierruanit anu ineir en turen of Hiaven." is, ta , ai A l'OSTomCE has been established at question and teinote It from politics This tlon prominent mid would initio H so IKXJS came to nothing. It doesn't pay," he says, that which souuds In thedauce, or Is waftsorrow, endurance, center thero over Unit Arlen, Clark County, and Charles T. Boyd settlement, horreicr, can only Nt had after tho that justlcu would bu dono to tho colINIllANArOI.IH. Southeastern Kansas I ? 'tiworkontheSabbjth." ed from the froth of tbe wine-cuprinciple Involved hat been held naked before ored people." It Is n fight for life, and every commissioned postmaster. or that at, us . SMSTmllsVsllaV No rtd ItAfS Is It nol about time) tit'-t and srr tbo people, baa been fully considered and ds I nppeil to your observation. Where which is like the "crn-kln...... of thorns un- effort that can bo made, every fatigue M C.rn-ltd St'l A(nis cl ( Hull ; I 4.000 n IllJt M a.ll.Jnl,., this foolish talk should lie abanThere is an electric light flght In Newcussel by tHm und approved by an over- that sed Oits-M'4 IVunlM. la trarla st U lo 4t a tn, M k I ) II are the msn who tnonty years ago wero der a pot" but the joy rf domestic reunion that can bo endurca, is to bo made and rl,vaa WI aa- - lartna - :1 I.)UIB1I,LH doned by ovory body, nnd particularly -- r endured In tho face of death, the common port. Tbe other day Jas. Wallace, of tbe whelm n,r majority u sssssa, HiisvLstr, atttst Sabbst anl who have been and consecration. rfat.t 1tU1rt' I T I rSra- a ( 4 SO ft Ths question has not bien so presented to by it "Narioleon?" Tho Republican TU)l I Na I . ata. Kabbatb-bteakeever since? Without a Have I Ugh plctar'.s; :cx:tb'sg that ! enemy, but hen that eucmr has been street department, accompanied by Chief the people, and the blame for Its a. tis lest. No red ItAIN slnglo exception yoa will tell rae, they merely fanciful, cr li Itpoulb'e for yen drhen owoy. and Is out of and below our of Police Betz, tore dow n some of tbe Electirn-li- ed 'i S3 I'llOCI HKt mint retta with thoso business men and man party had completo possession of tho Alss a day when tha (l.i -- lllsij Tiishr Ishs nn bate come to either financial or to moral and for me to bnve such abome as that? I her lion,bright health bopo star makot nty tric Light Company's poles. The matter utaiturert who were so active In the late can Government, in all Us" branches, for .... 1virit rrr world and Mills Vt st llisti Hittso and certa will now be settled In tbe courts. vast, an I who w II now complain that your ag beggsry. I defy you to point out a single believe It Is potslb'o. I bavea statistic smilo upon us, psl rrfrrpnera la ra HIS) S am nenrly twenty yours H I "lr-I- rr p -- r t utioi tends to J ttnrb that wb ch for the r in During all that porlod after thn wur. lAltf The German National Bank ot Covingexceptors, and you can take tbe whole that I would llko to give you A great promise us mora reassure wo us und "St". T IITIbiail-n- , It "mndo tho SlUra- - SI laa, than ilnreJ ton will oon HtUlM, H. . r",t!'m "' ten ttought to bo tetlled. I don't remember world for your j! L It bai clthir been a many pcop e you know, ay thr Is noth"ommne tb sr MM rsiu rx is rsr czs m s'aa tra-.in thoso dark hours when nothonediHumentoronear.'ument uitlicly circa Southern question prominent" with brown-ston- e front throe story Uted among tbi people during the last year Inancjul or moral defalcation in every ining In tbe Christian dlscplinoot a houseing was asked for but life and n little their new tea I,S a Sm i,a is tho result, according to Republican il if p Ss I y stance. Six liundrel and forty physicians hold In Nbvv Hnmpsbhe there wrie tnu health, vjcb the world lecka gcoJ and blgb building, at a cost of $30,000. fis which presented or a templed to present this la tta hs.flala aa4 t you.no man, well dressed, succeeded Question pure and s rnn'e on the oiher band testimony, that tho colored pcnplrcscre li ararums tarts ot Hie boly more particularly la A In Ixsn ton pjtl loned Parliament, r: UllUaJ- -, l,a.M i i srs sntiniuara, nnn joints are itta unwpirttir lialllliboi hoods tlio one of six families, fetoscemi kind; when convalescemo, In ,....,....... . , we ran h I .. .. .... k. ................ k...., Nicholas-vlllemanv documents and apealt, us badly off at tho end of Itopubllenn rsal rttlaaafoas We mutt have tlio Sabbath obeyed. the other of five families. Tbe six families fine, hue tlio but lately sick ono by tlio In burgtar'zlng throe stcret at paisis L,u,a" Wi",t 13 Par Ds. rt,M.s i ttua s. .,. n , i,,ri vr ,nv(r , Kulssstrl , , the other nlgbt Iowry's grocery, Ite tela purpose of which was to divert men's rulo us at tho beginning. Tho parly - rinj ...n ... . We ran rot hove ftealth in this city and j disregarded the Sabbath. In time, five of hind, lcsdir th wy up Into clear Hnd aMfi aaata'lltr aif- - aStMiulst sia lhu)ibt fruir. iiDanitiaiitti it paused brlaelleseM In tha Csntsnnitl Manufacturing Co., Cincinnati, Ohio Sii to ccsf-i- c tried overy expedient, from sunlight and afoty then it scums Dlikey iV IIr,n's Imrdn are store, anl the m nda upontbat In this nation unless the Sabbath is theic families wero broken un by the titrUa tn ItcureU tit Hik1 s tarararllla, ttlilcli military tbls Issue r ns If gontle grut.tudo should fill tho con Adcock's saloon. Ho bad a confederate, tirtvlr t tn aruilf, a, Those In our own country father becoming a fnt ian'a Core for It would be wearisome, said tbe speaker, to governments to returning boards, nnd ' tllr ft m Its tliMal. anl ertllratpt every im j - cv!1cnc3 en tho same sdo. tho pamits becamethief. Eight or nlno of valrscont's si trlt, nnd never captious was with him nt Lexington, where tell Ihe long list of nnn arguments, and yot go found thom it ho f J T- - rT)C Ctmainnpllnn T1IK hire giveone com IpstrraJ frufa an acuta attack ot rbaumilltm drnsril'. penury. alt futile. Public opinion or aalflsh exaction. Thoro ox tbey roLtd KUs' ataris and lAma Allaf. to nnr Northern moral tommunlly ami ask s The ins n who takes down tho shutters ot mitted suicide, and ell canS te L , Of lain, to bu sure, u growl difference among will not now permit a rccurronco to a to rpvo for their -vT .i, r auK-- rauspti arpaiswpiunsaiiillntcnsa t his doors on the Sabbath takot down the tomo forty or fifty defendants about pcoplo iu regard to tho habits of con He was arrested next day at Burgln, and the inhabitant and see aIfreasonwill get u action thorio methods. you satisuon the tariff It Is virtually imulo Pn Hi mills of ilcttxla barsapanlla, rvtinrel B,,"ut ARKANSAS. He factory reply Now and then you msy hear a s nf Almighty Ood, Thnt farmer who twenty nr known to be drunkards and voltssccnU; these bclnir a raiat silly In taken to Nlcholasvllle and confessed. tu and up on tho point that tho South must bo drrtii uiI ptaanstal the Moni Mo rellavsal iba I II 7nDIIATION low liriroa. xaal' U 11 HI ""f"1 lands, rlimaip, varlpts nf tsave his name a John Miller, cf L,iU PM I lllKT.Hprlnfftfld cultures bis ground on the Sabbath-da- y about n Iwmv maikat, l.ut nebulous gamblers and dissolute, i'our or five have their weakness with oxi resii ua uf ufft-c- TlHUS.nill.1 rnipa. Maps and circulars lr. 'I hum l.stu.x, it will bo nebulous Indeed. No, such argil permitted to sottlo Itfl local affairs iu lalses a rro,i of neuralgia and of con- - I !ceii In Htate prison. Of fell In a duel tion and grateful thanks for their escape, vllle. l.tsnd 4 tttaaslaslonpr, I.I I. II 11414 K,.trk, Mercer Cot att will vote on tholtitb, on ments so presented havo not settled and Its own way, Tho novt Republican sumption, nnd of death. A farmer said Seme are In he almbouse. Only ono be those, again, belug In n higtilj wrought sesiti saia rjria Tor tbe future we 1'is'fsldent will show good can not settlo is principle sit for IV. Prei'tmlnnly senso If ho IT ' t "I defy your Christian Sabbath. I will came a Christian and header first having ecstacy; these taking all bs a matter of the question tonld tbe Cincinnati, dins-goUts al tattM s aa auks atata aiaasy war t Isf fti as utta are told that tins modern tariff Idea Is popular Apiiihoearles 1iwoll ttasa. I'll A and Bowling Green railroad, to the COLD. rn S3 a Sunday crop " So be went to work been outrageously dissipited. The other course, anddclng tholrbestto burrj themI attains lias In taa m4 Ulasr ats TaMlffaattS In somo of the Southern States and thut the does not make the Southuiu question lauaa, lOMDoscs One Dollar Itsa rattaSrasa. AaMrats,ba,n varaloAs(asut,alalaa. pi wel the ground on Sunday, anil five families Uat regard I the Sabbath selves ulonj, those lying back In dead amount of $123,000, advocates It will soon bo strength- any moro prominent than tho Western parly whith anl tw eraasia siu F. M. Hovink has been appointed a store ened by their support. Tbls may or may not harrowel it on Sunday, nnd lie planted were all prospermia Wjht or ten of tlio calm, and lottlug fate and nature havo quoHtlon or tho Now Knglnnd question. I will; rrlurii i.iait t'ttll da.crli.llon They can nnlv bo gained for It by bo true 1'IJrorn en Sun lay, and he reape I the corn on children are consistent members of tho their of tho and these keep'ng up tho keeper at Ambrose, for the Internal Rev- li;ttndv'a Nan Tall.irHTIIaUl ul llrets "sr-- ss ts ts s biassts tssr- N. Y. Times. r habit sick, nnd still rostlois unless enue flu rou ti. presenting It cleurly and fairly to the peo) lo tulilDS'. stoolll A DO, Clncliinall.o. Niudny. nndhegnthe edit Into the barn on church, borne of them Utameofllceri In something Is being done for them every ot Iboso States. They can't bo won by pictur '1 jrjtiaxyvxsitiius y tnta artsat Tuts rtrta he I), Keefer Milling Company, of CovSunday. There," he smj s "I have proved the church, one is a minister of the GosRepublican Tarift Reform. ing to the people of the North the dangers moment, and full of indignation at to on that a I Dili Iden about a fatality pel; one It a missionary to China. No sllghtoit lapse of attention or neglec the ington, assigned a fow days ago, to II. F, wb eti they base to fear from old man who VnilUP IICU WisisSnl tn larn Tplinrtihr of lUUrlll rntn Mtusiioiis furnitlnxl i imitate Tlio Senate bill makes tho following beforo many of the acri nipnnylng Nilbath work is a perfect poverty among any of them. The hometrpe Addiesa Valkntini lliinit.,Jancsv He, Wis, duty, and so far from expressing Grailnla. The assets are supposed to be ceased to bo rebol brigadiers If, burnt Cures allBlseascs My coin Is garuered, and all Is stead Is now In the bands of the third genhum srSaKStUUIirtstfi latlll " gratitude to thoso who have been watting 175,000 to $100,000, whllo the liability, re present voters weregained tor however, uny of ohitfiKos In tho tarlll taxes now ImPeculiar to Women I , thut cause after U la th so States can l.llnuiv1! lliltrn Slipp. well" But befori many weeks panel eration. Those who hart died have died on them like faithful slaves through nil Mtimatod nt $100,000 to $1W.OOO. Tbedeath argument fu'rly be posed upon tho several grades of wool: ItHAIirill Itlliil A -inado. It must be rememI). Keefer, president of the company, m,m t.u l.llt-fc- ll mil IX, ATI ATA, UA. a.w 1 MMaMUk.saa Mttlllpaa, the Lord God struck that barn with hi in the peace of the Gospel. Ob, is there tho roient past cxprota repr acb nt the of Mr. fixuapa-siitar- i many a many a Northern man and 7Vnl eFtSISItSltrtyttniiisaMrsaaMa.JllflUUlBTI Pill Iir All, filing of a suit by the bered that THIS Psrsa titn s.as ra ataa Hcti.nluae, nnd away went the Sunday nothing In a bousohold that remembers mero thought of any lightening of the recently, nnd the 4iatt. lair. Northern Htato must be released for broader, over 30o per In. Lioininc IScla crop. God's holy daj? Can It be possible that slavish tervlco In the near future. To be First National Bank of Cincinnati, for freer thoujht, and that tbo exchange thus Colhinit wools, under i)o per B licit lloflk kprrlng nets lOits gracefully and sweetly convalo cent It 103,000 caused the assignment 1 ho flour made may adruntage tbe greut cuute which wo Coinbinit viools, over TOo ,er B flflUI" S11DT, shorthand ate I'antuanshlp, laojht Ho rreat li tbe moral depression coming those wbo disregard this boly commandwools, thoroughly msllu, lids Wets call our own. EyuTal Combine wools under J)o per lb. Ilcts mill has Deen atincneu uy me Dank. JOris urrularstraa, Kittrsioiiu.t, (alsla,I.T. upon those who toll upon tbe Sabbath day ment can be prospered In tbi life or have perhaps sometimes difficult, tn the , 6cts Uentlemonof tbe Tariff Uarorm League, you Carpet wools, oi or Wo per B octs and norvous temperament It is IUMELnnd Ahratn S. Coii'MahS. that joj may have not od (If you hav nny good hope of tho life that Is to come? I crhapt Impossible; but with all tlio atidluniursrurfd noknlfc book wools, under l.'o per lb... vvi to be followed by pu 31, free lita. Sinsliatsy tftllntrs, of Loulsvl le, have been appointed set un example uotlhy not, I mil your attontlon to tbe fact) tint 'J ho tax on tho cheap wools, utcd ln parts of our Again, we ought to bars in the Sabbath of ut It it not half a bad thing to try rest ri unselfish men Hftflri tJANlSER iSJ (nn btreau Llaclunsll, Dliio. aad guagers by tbo Commissioner of Internal trlotlennd the duty of all In nil never to rest, in rasei where the public Intereit demands the joy of Christ an assemblage. such land. It Is Wbtre moot tho difficulty Harper's Ilatnr, making tho ordinary clothlni; of tho 12!f 2 A.N 1C- -K Hevcnue. Sal billi toll the moral depression Is so are all those people going on the Sabbath? but ngltute, discuss, jersuude educate until a Tho tax on tho e our adversaries shall be compelled to lay tblt people, Is inercmtil. has been establish A Ely's Cream Balm vfllKM HIIITIU Til AUV FltTIOI IDS I'lJUlB great that there are but very few wbo can You see thsm moving up and down the t O.M of God'a whvs of training us for His moro expenslvo wools used In making Issue clearly und d ttlmtly before tbo Ameritlala thai Joss aasw Um) AdsertUcaarsti to tU ria id it. r ir Instance, the police service. street Is It a festal day? people might service Is by setting us at dlstastoful Nicholson, Kenton County, nnd John W, can bcopln to the end that they may apply pass H V iluj,MnarrcnM.,K V tho llnor clothing of tho rich. Is rewithout wheh not one of our houtsi would, ask. Has fiero boen some publlo edict tusks for oiheis Wo may ourselves bo Sanders commissioned postmaster, enlightened Intelligence to tolve und aettlo tbe ery duced. If tho funnor could bo affected few who can stand commanding the people HemiY Hlt.liKKT, one of the pioneer resiIssue forever to corao forth? gnluors by honest effort In behalf of thoso Hi:l!rV:i BUY NORTHERN GROWN i ut all by tho wool tariff tho proposed t t pressure and temptation of It. In Lon- - .No, tuy ate only worshipers of God who wha themselves receive no benefit from dents of Campbell County, died at his ftotl flur-- t tfUUr a tli iniukHI Yam. Well, , w hero there are five thousand police- don, REDUCTION OF WAGES. clinngo would tond to discourage Imour undo ivor. In consider. ii tbe ques home, In the Indian Springs Dlitrkt. Hs are going to their r lac s of religious th tmrnLtuli vt I Ilk Mnl lgfr Tt nf Is given that In one year vice. In what wood n few days ago, and the statistic J I Mill HUSt VJ sVOHHltf OUr MVI IflfT ptatafO delicate scale shall I weigh tlon wliotherour moro toilsome work at was chopping ,m.fc-w One of tlm Itesiilts T tlio Hmrnt "lllsjll provement In tlio brcedlnc of l4s0iNarcn on our I arljr ( tlMir (ni,V-in- i, nlnehundrelandtwenty.oneof Is cut off (bat live the joy of Christian made nilts-llc- k the preseut Fid Uikct (Janlrnet Vlctnry." sheep. Tho Sonato "revisl'rlr convocation? IlRlves I mutt know tlino a pn fitablo work, wo Lock-j4- a ensued, nnd he dlad his big too. I'riitsrllon nnd that tls cblufcst gain may be from tbe sf. a flush to tbe lsay.ibl Sll l'aLt.sTft ion" Is said to bo a simplification of A special dlspiittih Irom Troy, N. Y TteroikJrametwwt--umcifntcheek, undo pressure to the band, and n to us in us uoing, ratner man S to thoso in foots on the 8th. I!r rftnuir icinitri) HBBHM-'Wf. I fiias linn IraH aatiil owners of tho tariff. Tho way It "simplifies" lo .. .. "Tho knittinif-mll- l ii ss behalf of whom It is done S Tiiru: of Nancy Owen, colored "The llttloson " .i.. MVPf cttb-r- tnnil to tbe heart You t, he aged roan ini bu fi n ti fur tho Mohawk Valley and CoIioch havo by shifting the tax burdons from tho ow, If the moral deprestlon b so titterlnir alonu on li lwililr of Christian County, fell Into tbe fire durfined fitiljr iluir.iri. stuj v rtinuiulnif si.n-- i,.n..h tha w ft hrt,. t.tf I'm it its do not generally rnallzo the ing his mother's nbrence, and was so badly untiotiiiccd it reduction of iHteon per rloh nnd putting them on tho shoul-detItlr groat In occupations thnt are positively child You see the ll'tle child led bv the (til hu t ) Uiil. oi LsiictrD lloTfr.ttio. Wibou rtft.cvtrttu'rM, of tho poor. Why should not tho cent. In vvii(os, hcjjlnnlni,' January 1. lieceitart for Ihe t rare anil pioierltyof band of Its mother. You look around and lasting influence nf home training Wo aro burnt eie rescued that bodied soonaf'w-aftesuffering the gieatest agony, society, laskytu wlmt must te the moial rtjo'iethatlhlslsGi.i'silav.nd this tbe nrbut Woare, in alnrge measure, because JOHNA.SALZER.LaCrosstsWU. 'I hero Is vory Ilttlo dotiht that other Hopubllcan party "simplify" In this diwe received In the home of the edULiitlon A iiahtcjion tooth weighing twelve depression In those sates where there is un cummin Ion of snlnlx (juo Lord, on I of our parents mill inffi and factory nion, followlni; rection P It must show ItH grntltudo to The liuppinct of our clill nei'esslty lor hni lath work and whemn nun, one uapusm." rsomt fam.llnr tuno dreu depends, to a viry considerable pounds wns itnenrthcd In n grnto'.t tho oxntnplo of tho knit i;oods manuI thoso who "subsciibod Ilborally." Tho worldly business on the Lord's sets all tbe s:ul nimltersnd aqutke wllli near Ihner, on tlio Mnytrllleniiil HigHa. limn rhniM degree, on the Influence by whli.li thej dy man who vvoiks for wages has no mill cu I. It was twelve feet Uluw the facturer, will out vvokos." ilnt Jmt I sniisu he likes It, oi wants to rap ure. Ws plunge Into i8m. old byiun, are surrounded In their early yoaxa. Tho closing down of a mill or tho money to spend for campaign subluifaie. add tu lit uiuluuKiils? During ths last and all oar csrsi and iuxl,ii ar bathed rnUjy'fM<r(m, 'O.Cstalef ua,tsrn,tli ..snUHLk. AdCs.s II, II, Xllla AN f ats U, l,farlalart,Cbleaj, lit. reduction of vMiyvti provlous tu Ko- - scriptions - Albany (N'. Y.) Argus, TALMAGE'S SEK310N. w dattlinq for TntllT-Hofor- Bag-nnl- Jlnssn-chutotl- fs STJASoll accl-don- ts n K'n-'o- le d, o V n IHditico-oconoinl- I ' Diamond er key-not- e n-- s ns-el- bar-gai- n. ' ' n c.wr, l;fiW'ViP toll-gat- high-est!- r Ki-cli- Hnr-risbu- rg n first-Clas- s. Flrst-CUs- arm-chai- r, pn-te- (. "r'5"'v'Si,;ulAhVA.lu,, """".osi iu, rirso Tti o-- i, -- - n, j c, R-- it a sW a Tl 1 Mil-lln- i.,, e. I A LIBERAL OFFER. sick-roo- n- fir sa-r- t -- wb-f- ker-so- n. -- ally cr. lf i ll - Ne-rotn- Post-offi- g n. ev-te- dicas-tios- to-da- y n, ol s, til llta-IIU- ia a- -t wniro-visi-nsr- -i Callle-OsHnm- HO.ft-Om.- 8! Tutf's Pills Sick Headache, Sold Everywhere eo al & court-marti1 fsouth-hnter- FOR TORPID LIVER. al-- Se. . 1 il "-- the eaf nir - Bab-da- :n,o7 e tun 1 a I"r Com-missi- 1 rra s s, el'l J!n . attw 1 eisLfssi a fail-uie- ." Courler-Journa- pron-otto- n TOIIIs-Mi-- t' Na ,rsin A0.I--.- ., henrt-rend'rin- tht .flH s st Oats-U- IllJ limflllltlll.is 'nICNIM.M -- i t i ' sick-be- WT-- fj a 1 M Sl st, INTK rj - V PATENTS SI ttsr 11 o Pains and Aches ay-In- , ..,....... T" 1 SALESMEN i ols-rved- ." tl -- sum-thi- ng Hocjl's Sarsaparilla. : r.T"" w n ,,,.. raj-a- IfintlLl -- -- a, EGULATOR (CATARRH in high!)-wroug- Iioul-Ivar- e, VmWtl Rn i'ost-ofxic- bosafe-tu-rearjv- -- Her-me- n. SEEPS -- wool-beari- ng .... ,... "rio( .... (, l -- c is W r il m I B lyant ft Stratton Chicago Business College -- V mmmmm mmmmmm