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The Hickman courier The Hickman courier 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1889 hic1889012501 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hickman courier The Hickman courier Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1889 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. .ittVt..).vH-iiir- f irhi.nK tM&l $fr left-- - 4 '& CUt U THE HICKMAN COURIER. PUILISHED EVERY FRIDAY -- fO aBr FINE With JOB-PRipiNG" nr it I i GEORGE Office-Jscks- on WARREN, nril .tour d) Cltr Halt Xlloluunu, lEy, Street, THE HICKMIT COURIE iKr ' EXECUTED Natms an7 Dlspaklv ENVELiPES, ' , . 'jKnvi am. SALE BILLS, I "' '."" . . GEOnOE WARnEN, Editor. Prlco of Subscription, $1.50 Tho Oldest Nowspapjgln Wostorn Kontucky. LETTER HEADS,, BILL HEADS, INVITATIOK3, 3ZT? K8mliKiiSa4 THEY DENV IT. dfTlcoro of tho Kbor Dab? Thru ( Fln Waa Inaultod. 1 Thellrltlsli raclilc rorretl-l.o- nt ILICKMAn7fULTON COUNTY, KEN06kY, FlirDAY. JANTJAKY 25, APPALLING ACOIDnNT. ETC., ETC 1889. VbL. Tac IY. NO. 10. MIOSWEjVLTIT. OetU. xx3. Boo XJ1 ji CURRENT TOPICS. li a Knnrna iHj.t.oIiica. 1imVew York Supreme Court bn decided ttat truitii am Illegal. Tn wheat are till, year In Kaniai It tv Ico what It Mae laat year. Tub winter In Franco thus far ho, been the severest for fifteen year. A Wichita psstir lm been asked tore, ten lie preaches too long. Tl IK Car of Ilussla wqars a ring In which It embedded a piece of the true cross, A conntHiti.iDtfT says tbnt only the American girls surpass the Irish ladle. In beauty, Citowsj are causing much annoyance to the farmer! of Douglas Couuty, Illinois, tbla winter, A oooss: v ttli her wing tied was tent overMagara Fall the otbsrday anil floated away alive. In apeed the VeeuTlu, beata the world r'tJ.-JUt- . miles aa hour, and riltOO V'LT ESCAPE CDT 0KF. RESTS WITH OONaRESS. FIFTIETH CONGREBa Seeond 0slon- of Mr. Voorhees, the Senate bfll rtlerringto the Court of Claims tho claim of tbe Stale Rational nank of Louisiana for cotton talien by scsots ot the Treasury Depsrtment after 80th June, 1AO, was taken from the calendar and pastea. Tho Senate at 1S.M resumed consideration ot tbe tariff bill, the pending question being oa Mr. Vest's amendment to strike from tbe froo list "attar of roses" and substitute "slt." HOllSr. Mr. Springer (III) called up. ns the .pNi!.i nrdtr. U-- Scito.bt!t for thi) aJmiisl&ff ot South Dakota and tho organization of tbo Territory ot North Dakota. Th bill having been reaa InlclUMr. Rprlriier took tho floor In explanation of tbe measure and In advocacy of the substitute (the oronJBus r rrntjfin in rffn sr iimr rmi 1 or was discussed until M, when tho House sdjournrd. Wasihsotox. Jsn. 18. SrsAiK The President's two messages in repard to sirlrs In Samoa and Itaytl were laid before tbe Senate and referred (with tbo accompanying documents,) to tho Coinmltteo on Foreign Ilelatlcna. Mr, Cullom presented a memorial of the Women s National CbriAltan temperance Union, of Illinois, and other bodies. In favor of legislation for Sabbath observance, against tho running of Inter-SlatSunday train., end against military nrttls on Sunday. These, and raaay ttestlar me mortals from olher btates, which were presented by tsrious Senators, wero referred to the Committee on Rdncatlon and Labor. Alter other morning hour buslnoss the tariff bill ns taken up, and at 0 p. m. tho Senato adjourned. Home. Permission was given the Commits tee on and Post Itoads to report upon the post-oftlcappropriation bill legislation providing for tbe classification of clerks In first Tho House then and second class resumed tho consideration of tho Territorial bills, and was addressed by Mr. Joseph (N !.), who represented tho claims of that Territory for admission Into tho Union. Mr. Strubletla.) opposed tho admission ot New Mexico. Mr, Voorhees voiced tho demand of Waslilnnlon Territory for admission. Pending further debute tbo House pa'f-ca bill making Columbus, O a port of delivery, and at 4:15 p. m., ad- lonnied. Washusoto", Jsn. 17. SrHATB. Mr. Hoar, from tho Committee on Privileges and Elections, reported back (without amendment) the concurrent resolution recently Introduced by him, as to the meeting of the two house to count and declare tho result of tho Electoral sotcs. Calendar. Tbo Senate at It :f0 resumed tho consideration of the tartH bill, the pending question being on tho amendments to the paragraph. Consideration of tho tartft bill as .continued until 8 p. m, when the Sen-at- o adjourned. IIot'RR. The Speaker laid beforo the House a communication from exfloternor Gray, of Indiana, stating that on the lrth Instant the resignation of A. 1. Hotey, as Itcprosonlatlva from the First Indiana Congressional District was received nnd accepted. Laid on tho tabic. After the transaction of some unimportant business the House resumed the consideration of tho Terrltorloi bills. The Senate bill was read by sections for amendments. Mr. Springer then moved to strike cut the enacting clause and Insert the Houso Hill MS) with certain amendments Mr McDonald (Minn.) ottered lilt sub st'tuto for Sprlpger's proposition. WAsntxrrrox, Jan. 1H -- Sbxate. The President's message, returning1, without approval, n bill for tho relief of Wm. It Wfacaton and TfAsniNOTOis. K,,ro, ,o aalutjqr ,,U liaua STIIh Ainerlea nn lU'umok: Affair anil Aaaurrs Mr. AfrJ I.. R.n- - riietM of i:iiKtiiils IMHDO. Jan. SL ' .iCTnni; ocrsstfallherl Dunixu nilfcrunli, moil of them Jen-,- hare colne to tho United Btate. Tiisj only daughter of the late J. Fenl-lCooper llrei at the old home at on Lake Otsego. MtssAi-i.vsriispent !7n,C01 latt year for the education of atOfiM crons, the rate of ,20 per bead, al Twittr-m- . legislature! are at work thle month, and on the l"Jth the AUUina Legislature will he at It again. A Wasiiikiitox paper eaye that not a dollar of conscience money ha teen received at tba Treasury fortwo run. Dlseccr.A..ki in th eifort to construct (Ivneral Harrison's cabinet, Iho correspondents are now writing hie Inaugural. It la tho Huston Transcript which that "rUilllvan, In order to make a match with Kllraln, to do It" I'litLinrLrnu he, M7.030 people and I7i( htu.e. while New York, with J.Wi.fsjJ inhabitant!, tald to hare hut , Coop-erstowtadTo-ron-toCnn- d thefait rear SHOT ilusslau ,,' lm- land announce Kler airlved tbera yeit,.rdlr fern tha Ramoan Islands. The Kheri'tji Its that the fighting bad ceased when s Ml Apia, and that tha (Isrmin Conuu iad two Oerman sbirea ndjotnlnc been .!..- uy uvvirujeti a A dlsnatchfroi Auck. that tb (terrain gn'-bo- if& iirii th- - ht a ru.- . - Inst., arrived here Tin oBcera denounce tha report sent from tiy way of Han I'rane'sco, and dertralthat allepl (eartho staleinent regarding the ing down of American flag, bwin't; of hne of n'.crlcan and filing on llrltlth 4 t Ulcers are unfounded. to 0r,rUn ag- ti, n nii.i iliiiwi ii treaty allpulallon tiara Iwen slo'itit the Chronicle's llerlln rorresjMtndael graphs that he learn upon good minority that (lennany has come to a deMle with I Vntlot t!U. In reI gard to the dldlcuttle In Hamoa. AfCKt.AMi Jan, VI. The (iernsnlwar-sblpKhe- r, whlih left Hamoa on thi 13th Htat. cordially with "United In pulling .i.i.......i..,ii a atop .. (l. !,(') bomr. Lt.aM.EK la InllfKMTT, a teaching a publlo echool In limmet County, Mich, and I, doing excellent work. HnookTojr, lait year turnel out on an average about forty .the palra of ahoea iter minute for three hundred day of tru houra each. OuvKHMun hwnrronD, of Alaska, t) that the mammoth, alive and well, will et be found In the Interior of tile remark aMe Territory. TnniK are two Kpltcopal ministers, missionaries, or, it,.. Yu.uu rivrr, Aiaasa. They are .1009 mites from th southeastern line of the Territory. Ai omnibus run by elec'rletty, the only one In the world, has undo sueemful trips In Icn.lon. It runa on any kind of a street without the uae if rail. "Oiiic Mill," the Chinese dwarf, the amallmt tllllputiau on earth, aged fiftr yeaia, it o tmall that you can coTerhiin with an ordinary plu hat A crxW sight near Ktljay, (la.. Is the grate of a mountalneei'a wife which la protected from the fury of the elements by a numlxrof lightning rods. I,x aerogel Ksslein rltlae tb church now hava'tba contribution toi by handsome young ladle. The plan I eaid to ha highly eucoxafuL It Is said tbsftli total consumption of spirits In Irrlaud last year was i,W t9 gallons, or over a gallon per head for rsery man, woman and child. Is astonishing llKHMIAIitiT Hall the llgyptlane by her extravagance, Her bill at the custom houses fur articles purchased already Amounts toovrr tlK,9X llovrnvoH Ave not Maaaachuaetti cattle In his message for a good truant echool In every count, and the enactment of a taw securing municipal suffrage for women. Tub distress In society circle In Eastern cities li the failure of cutaway coats with rolling silk collar", to oust coats known aa swallow-tai- l. I.lijai.i.v, there la no such city as Memphis. Homo years ago the Blat legislature took away Its charter and named it 'The Taxing District of Shelby County." 'lit: Mcscvmltcj, a Usrroan religious denomination, hare decreed thtt no person can now belong to that chur.'h If ha has a policy hanging orer hi head. A PKiinox Is not a man In Corea until h has a wife. Itoye and bachelor part their hair in the Kid.!!, s:.J it t. U nU'r-- l m j strand which lungs down the tack. When a loy Is marrM he has the right to cut oil his hair. TriK largest of our warships at ptesent has n displacement of only 1,S0) tons, tt&Sfiia tho riuiuiiay naeseren vessels whose dlsp!nccnient ranges from 10,V to dian, Head-mtjp- Jlc, j Tha DciMoek Rroken. CiiAni.taTov, V. VA,.Jan. 81 nth Kenate, late this evening, Henatoi ib"rt . Csrr. of this city, was electa! prj.j. dent. Itererelrd 10 votes, n lfxrmts and 7 Itepubllcan. Without f it rlhv completing tha organlrstlon. the Knr adjourned till From pre-- t ap pearand) It Is not prnlble that - idee-tlof Krnatorwitl b entered up'i with . a et purpoie to elect for several f ( It shall determined to commence Mlot-Inthe vot will In to scattering n no 1 prevent an election. ads-.g, pre-die- 1 Getting ta Be Cammoi, New- - Havkx, Cotx , Jan. SI - On T day 1'ostmaster Kimll.il received a letter- - jn-o- d "Jack, the Hipper," in which the tter threatens to murder sever! dlircj ilito tho police arreste' R. wotnen. To-da- y Harrison on charge of forgery a- keeper On a ooarillng-houi- e Ilarrl.cn were found several letUinvl cards In the same handwriting as tli let- ter sent to Mr. and the poll- - teel confident that Harrison I, tbo wot. !gtih, "Jack." p..l Chtip Mips, olhs Uillei SUItl tVAailliiirox, Jan. SI. Comml nr Htock.laeer. of the flenerat Mnd e. has Just pili'islio I a large ami com .t mapof the Itnlted States, roplascf m. h he Is authorired to sell to schools, lib and to tha publlo generally, at (1 i" sh, fre of carriage. The maplsaboul by A . feat, and I -wltb,ia The price at which they are orr.r, ent tlislr net cost to the Oovrnim!'. bl t- -t Optra-Ho- Mill, Jan. ?t htrtly thle morning (Ire was Jmxnre t after In Ht I'asl The In the drand Opera-hous- e Bra originated In the gentlei inn's at room during tba ntnce of thought watchman. At 9 S) a. ru. thhnJnme it a comp!t ia.ii. The building was worth IIOO.OM, and la folly XllsiVBArxnts 7 SI Burned lusurtxL, full-dre- MltUkei for aWh7li C,p Mt. H01.1.Y, N. J., Jan. 51. -- 8h rtlyifter midnight yeslcnlay morning John Mct, James Neil shot hl Jr., on his front door step. lethwat Instnutaneous, McNeil cleimi do thotght the White Caps were afier lum He'diln't see the murdered man until aft r ba.l!rel. brolher-tn-laM-, Dil-let- WAaiilxr.Trnc pie.ented Bill la Buy Cubi. Jam 31. Senator ;bsvlf to-d- a petition siirned by 1'on, praying that etep l taknlvtha" H. Government for the purchase rf rtviia of lb Island of Cuba, lleferred, Michigan Mourm P. Cndmoro and two hundred and seTeaty four ether citlien of Katrbau't. ) ni 7,(M) Co.VOiTK'l'T aland at the head of the list of ritntcs In reiect of richness In persoiul property, and so effectually Is this wealth hidden that only part of It I taxed. ti K. WBAVrn, of fcenery Hilt, Wash. Ingtou County, I 'a. la the owner of the pl.t..! with which Co'onel Johnson stint Tecuraieh, Octr.Ur."s 1813 He also ha a pipe smoked by Daniel lloona In 11'X Miik. llAnmoa, widow of the dead free bletitot Guatemala; Mrs. Hlcl.-WMm, Mirilia I Hobertj and Mr. Tost am four of the of the New York widow, who are (opposed to hve martial Inten- ton. I.ANaivo, Midi., Jan. SI. Fags art at on nit public hi. Mlr.j.ln tb Htato as a token of repct t"lh rm-or- r McDoaald, of Lieutenant-Governo- r killed Saturday In tha collision at Ws'frs-mewill te ordered cl ction to fill the vacancy. half-may et Noclal Colored Girl's Horrible Cum. MiCHANICftviM B, Al ., Jan Sb-T- he seventeen-year- daughter of Joe Id Week, colored, forced four of hr younger sisters to eat rat poison Toof them have died and the others suffer terribly, t Th girl admit tho crime. I Struck br a Train. Jl -J- UIley Ci.AnKanuncj, W. Ya., Murphy, lxtv year of age, from no ir . Ya., was etrurk y tha Jlrldgeport, Parkcrsturg accommodation this nifmlng Jn. and instantly killed. Shot Bvan Amnleur Polieiwsi.' jvm. tion Knoxvii.le. Tk.mk.. Jan. 21 I ml on y isiirrn 1" -- ensfVWsM' j "" "' . .11.. m .jj'li febtw, Willie Johmon, n London, th other evening forl3,, .hot Hall, al through the Uck whlto the Utter wastjy and I engaged for scrle of concerts um Ingtoeicape. lue wounu i ia .1. tba largest place. Tbl the earn ever tiilJ to any tlnger In Kngland for one Mr. Garrett WlTlllol Bi Hingei a. half-will1 list lliiTard lias to Kar About a ffsf ltor Tliau Iwenty Men Hurled to s With (lerinanr, llorrllile Dealli liy llin llrrnklng of a TJarllllno: Sconon About a Dlnsll .Vkw Yonic Jan. 17. Tho Horald's lira it llrldge Near HpnttsOlle, Kjr. JPnul Bulldlnff. V. ITaihlngton sneclal savs: Becrotarr Bar- M KVAMavn.i.K, lMi,Jati, . Th H, ipcailiiK with a friend n few days ago between tho hrldje contractors at .luinplng- (ardlng the attacks made upon him for Kpotl.vllle, Ky and tha UuliTllle, Kt. Man Kiiiployr Injured arruw ICarapra rrom lleatli. 'rmlttlng the Uermans to occupy Hamoa, Louis and Texas railroad had a limit trng-l- a "The Stale Department has dons all termination this afternoon at o'clock, Bt. PauU Mm!., Jan. tR. At n nuarlsi t K can uo In record to Samoa. All tne when the draw broke In twain, precipitatpast three o'clock this afternoon Or was rssnondenco with Germany In relation ing about forty employes Into the rlrcr, discovered In tbo basement of th fourj the altuatlan there. Includln c tbe alleged moro thm of whom wero drownstory general ofllcobulldlngof tho Chicago Ws of tho American resident In th Is- ed before atslitnnce could reach them. A St. Paul, Mlnneanolla and Omaba railroad Is notr In possession of Congree. light retrospect I necessary to underAVakontj of It wai ent there more than a year stand the accident. Nine the completion on the corner of Tourth and r X action must necossarlly of the bridge, about ten day since, there streets. Heforo warning could be gives. to those Congress, ibajsmoncon wo- has Imen trouble between the oven entered on th first floor, the flaldo tha atalrwar In th centrS ago maae a requen iur contractor and the as had road nnrt of th bulldlnc. and the to tho terms of the contract mid pay TJIMT HyTos noiradiiouo ment for the work. Last week the Urt Ui sriyeWtirBWtif'eScnpe was Ihrouglt thi'fit Honolulu unon a similar renueit. Ion , " u, . " -Trip to but windows. Thcono bundred or more emi Jdsrstanl thatthoTrenton,nownt Ponama, on .d Hpolt.vlllo It found tho ployeswore tbo second, third and fourth ' has been ordered to Samoa to reinforce tho Vrhen " floors nlso cut off from escape tiy tin Nlptlo, bvt neither ship would dare take '""T thrown open, by onlerof the stairway, and, as there were no fire anr overt no matter what tho Ger tractors and Iho train couldn't raa. The rallrodanthorltle atonceappealed to the escapes attnehod to the building, they mans may iv to tho Islandor. Under wero compelled to await the arrival of Section 12, Article I., ot the Constitution, court or llenderaou, and an Injunction ropes and ladders. Tivo cr ttirea eng'n the right to dcslaro war Is vested entirely as granted against fuithvr Infrrfi-reiicwith the trame ot the road until the full were on tho sceno a few mlnutos after the In Congress, lbey are as fully cognisant alarm was turned In, but It was twenty-fiv- e of th sltuatloi ns tbe State Department, utilities of tbe unsn had teen decided arrived and Senator Five knew a year ego Just minutes before ladder-trucThis decision was rendered yesterday, If war granting the temporary Injunction, and and rescued Ihe Inmates of the upper as much as hi' doss now. the road announced that Its flrt train stories, who were drlrcn out oa balconies with Germany Is leslred It must bo so deand window-sil- l by the flamei and smoke. clared by Congrett, We all In would cross th bridge morning. Allot the occupants of the U.ni utorlos tbe matter tbnt Is oislhlo for an ExecuThis brings the matter down to this afterescaped by means of rjpes and lad- tive Department American rosldents noon. It eeuis that tlia men, to thb numders except two or three who, In their fear there will b amply protected, but when ber of about forty, nud acting under Inand anxiety far safety Jumped to th It conios to a contaiwlth tbo forces ot a structions from th contractors, bad gathered upon the draw, and placed upon each ground lfore the ladders arrived. Fred. friendly nation the natter assumes a difNorrlshman, n messenger boy, Jump- ferent aspect What the Germans will do end of It a number of heavy rnlls. Intended from tho second floor mid wa badly with tbo natives of fytmoa and our relaing to obstruct the train in this wny tomorrow, and not vlolato the court's bruised. I'ed. Peterson, n tolegraph options to Germany In tbe same connection, erator, Jumpnd and would have been kilted aro matters that requtro considerable dipinstructions by opening the draw. had ho not nllghted on the shoulders of anlomatic delicacy, and Jan only b sottted Just before four o'clock thl afterthrough diplomatic channels; unless, as I noon the Howling (Jrcon packet "Hon- - other man. As it wn hi skull was fracI ha was taken homo Inscnslbl". have said, Congress decdes to Interforo to eral Dawes" lumnd for thl cltr. whistled tured, nil William , forth draw to lw opened, that It might Jumping Jones was badly bruised by tbo extent of declarlng'wr." from the second story. A. Pms through. There was a prompt re" of th engineer's ofllce, had a Wind Lifts a Car. sponse, and, white nil ot tha contractor' ti llace, men w ere still standing upon tho ponderous leg broken. C, W. Johnson, chief engineer, IUrivE, ffw., Jan, 17 Ltst'venlng the draw, it fcxung oicii, and the steamer attempted to s'lda donn a water-pipwind blew a freight car frou a side track passed Into Hi opening. lint Just as she which gave woy, and ho fell, receiving to tbe main track of tho Chicago, Milwausome sever J, H. Ileck, a telebruises. got beneath Ihe bridge, there was a dull, kee and St Paul, at Sylvan a, near West strange creaking, which came from the graph operator, and Pred HI ker, a clnrk, Union Junction. A freight trnln ran Into were moro or lets burned bythetlameswhl'e powerful draw, and Ihe next Instant tbo it, wrecking tho engine an I seven cars. passengers on thelMwe, n w the great w Ing endeavoring tn get out some of tho records. Harvey Itrubskor, n hrnkeman of Freeport, The lira orlglnuto 1 In the paper room, loof the bridge break Into two parts. ImmediIII., twenty-si- x years old, wis crushelto ately over tho center of the pier upon cated In tho basement Tho damage will a Jelly. Engineer A. J. Flack was fatally reach about 130.000. The Insurance Is injured by luhallngscaldlngtteam. which It rested, and loth wings, with their weight of Iron and human beings, plunged covered by a general policy In tho Horns Goorgo Otto was ladly scalded downward, n dlttanco of forty feet, and In Insnranoe Company ot Now York of and burned. Twenty or thirty hogs wero $.1VI,000, In London on tho projw-- i ty of tho an Instant sink benesth the surface amid killed and several head of cattle. Tho wild shrieks from tho doomed workmen entire road. damage amounts to (49,000. and lamentations of tho spectators. Many TURNED TO STONE. ot the unfortunates had Iholr limb and Boycotted by a Trust. neck broken before tb draw-- reached the Strance Enrt or Alkali Water on d liar. New York, Jan. 17. Doalers In and all being thrown downward led Cnrpse. havo formed a truit, and tn conupon the Iron track and beams, or, enWjNxirro, Man , Jan. 19, A remarkable nection with tho Manufacturers' "assotangled In Its debris, were borne down, case of what Is alleged to be potrlfactlon ciation" aro seeking to crush out n firm never to tit again. lias Just come to light. Sixteen years ago which refuses to enter the combination. a ha. f liecd named lto'ado burled hi wlfo Tbe trsst effects clothespins, washtiosrd Bull Aijilntt McGlynn. all similar about twenty ml o from this city. A fsw of domestlo use. New Yokk, Jnu 2). A circular from days ago be, w 1th mhiw friends, exhumvd and object, of art cles to force up prices. The Is th Ar hhlshnp of New York was read In Iho remains, Intending to carry them to John Farley &course. Co., tho boycotted firm, will all tbe Catholic cburcho In the Arcbdio-le.- o another bury.ng place. 1'pon opening tbe grend Jurr'snliL of New York Tho circular tbo coflln th body was found perfectly Invite p'aces Dr. Mctllynn and all his follower, preserved, tho eyes nud mouth being Republican Soldier' League. . under the hau, and announce that to at- - partly open and tho hair uuil. UUk 3W.;.7TnaTnM, ...-- -: ?. .... AmM.I.ww. - natural, "wnen m atlonipt was Sh I ,tnt Is "open and publlo .In." Th cirtt. imtiflMM " i. .1 r clety lift tbe remain it was found iulto impos-slblbeen organized hern It Is In- cular Instruct th prleitt to refuse absoas they wero completely petrified. o organise local i'o.ts or Assem- lution t nil Whs csntiaoo to follow Dr. Kxsmtnatlon showed that a small spring t tho vrtlet throughout the State, McUlynn or attend meeting of his of alkali water had been running through and to organize departments In ovory rjoclety. the coflln and the action ot the water on Htati and Territory, Tbo organization Is the remains had caused petrification. As- nvoved y political, Its expressed object Treed by a Bear. sistance was procured and tho remains belnzto further, politically, tho Interests PAnKKnanmo, W V., Jan. 20. Ho' raised to the surface and transferred to of lltpubllcan soldiers. English, of rocahontaa County, went bnr tbe city, where they were weighed. Tbo hunting n few day aluce. Hecamsacros Conspiracy lo Defraud. rlvht s found to be 700 pounds. a hug specimru in a narrow mountain Dai Tltioitc, Jan, 17. August Weaver pas very unexpectedly. Tho bear charged Mlislonarlet Massacred. and Catharine Miller, of this city, were the huuti, wliu took to his heels and on the chargo ot conspirZamwaii, Jan. 18. During the attack arrestsd r climbed a tree Just in time to escape the A pension acy U defraud tho Govornm-n- r. on tbe German missionary station nt Tug bear. Tbe bar kept English "up a treo' had len granted some time ago to Laura I four German for hour, until ha had yelled hlmscb tho Insurgents massacre woman. Weaver and n check for 1,700 was sent to whim missionaries, one hoars. Fortunately a hunter heard his Throw missionariesoffoil Intowas a hands ot her In Ililtlmore. when It was learned that the yells and cam to hi relief nbout dark Mrs. Weaver had been dead for over a and killed Ihe tar, which weighed over Ihe Arabs and nrI held for ransom Ono year, tsd that Catherine Miller was of the prlsouors n woman. Tho Admiral IViO pounds. thedecossed. commanding the German qundron has An Oil Tank Bursts. landed a forco at for tho Educational Enthusiasm. purpose of garrisoning tho place, , Ksnt.BWoon, Ilu, Jan. 2A This afterWintiTA. Kas., Jan. 17, A factional noon a large nil tank nt HoutQ Chicago tight In progress In this county over tbo Charged with Wrecking a Train. containing twenty thousand loiivls of A building Ciiari.ksto.v, W. Ya., Jan. ia A man location ot n crude oil, burst, spilling all the oil on tha ground, and It is now running In every dinamed Frank Dickson, a former resldentof erectel at Manchester was burned down Wayno County, was arrested at Iloanoko, by thoie favoring a county site. An elecrection, and grest fear are felt that th tion nss then orderel, and during Its Va., 'thursdav, 011 a chargo ot having oil will take lire and do great damagn. These tank are nt the end of the Limn wrecked a passenger train opposite this progif.s a general fight with knives and occurred, In ple line, and fire of them each contain city somo months nga, at which time tho revolvers lousy Injured,which several rusn among them one now thirty thousand barrols, Tho loss on conductor nnd llreiuan and train worn were tsi . the burst tank and olt Is estimated at buinoil up, Dickson will It) brought to of the school directors. tvo,ooa this city soon. Ho claims that ho can Noted Singer Dead. prote an all LI. Threatenel with Lynching. Mi'Mt it, Jan. 17. Mad. lima Dl Murska, In extreme Acquitted Alter Bting Sentenced Twice. tho singer, died hero Prrrant Kim, P , Jan, 20. -- A Charleston n (W. Vo.)peclnl to the Dispatch says: WisciitHTKit, Ya., Jan. 13. Tbo Jury In pover'r. Her daughter who wai at the loss ot her mother, commitPrank Dickson, arreted at l.uraya n few tho Hidenour murder case were out one ClieaapeaVo and hour, and brou :ht in a verdict of nor. ted suicide by taking poison, lima Dl d)aagu foi singOhio truln, near this city, on Octoter 20, guilt), Iiiiiurdtntely loud cheers nroso MuisVsweioue of tho , . was brought to this clly before da) light from tho great crowd nninu!d. llldenour ers In tho world. and lodged In Jail. Organized mobs of has lent tnlro convicted nnd sentenced to To Prevent Monopolies. Railroad men nr expected hero to lynch te hanged. Upon tho Judgo discharging the prisoner, and two mllltiiry companies tho prisoner, crowda pressed around bim Al JUVY, N Y., Jan. 17.- -A bill sntltled "An Ait to Prevent Monopllos" was Introaro In readiness to repel them. to congrntulato him. It Is duced in tho State Senate A Baby Doaitsd. almol atT.u.ts, and omboiltra llm princiSleeps With Nis Cyos Oner Jan. 'JO. A colniod Ciiattamxiua, Tkn s., In Judge Barrett's recent Cuzaiuiali:, O, Jan. Is. Albert Scars, pled laid do woman, llacbnel Henry, was arrested decision against the Sugar Trust at Knoxvllto, charged with eight years old, and a son of Thomas yesterday roasting a baby. A neighbor pnsalng Sriirv. has eyes of a most peculiar kind. Goes lo Chll. When ho ftir her houna amelli.1 burning caiman J null-e- l only n sleepingporln.1 can close liU Chicago, Jan. 17 C. L. Gould, chief no longer than any brief In, On a bd of cloth's lay en enclnrcr on the Cleveland and MnrUtt nlnvhmtarhi!!j " Uea'h, and rJcnclnr. on iIob. In wltiVI- Interforo Infant has been engaged by a Chicago not with hit railroad, go to Chill, South room. The Henry woman claims It was 1hl, howeer, firm to America, to do an accident, but the proof ngainst her Is sight or work, and ho attend school regu- tha engineering of a larly and is n good scholar. strong. tallrond contract. a 8t Jan. On motion - lr one-ha- lt (Any-furthe- trmmia,n - srtiijL"jrHmak?iz&.tri$rZWBJM ' l.dr.,. con-..i-i- -u k have-don- e Head-brakem- wood-onwar- v. Mlner W- andi nidJ"" o, .& "'1. -- m Antl-povor- .. .. 11 r!nK yi di Passenger and Freight Collide. The Pop) nnJ American Catholics. vrenlng' work. CoLUMDUK, O., Jan. not agree Tne Hebre;a of New Huron Hlrsuh, Iho P.rl.lan Unker .entenceof Mrs. Mary Uarrett, com (d w lilt the to InrU- and phllnnlliroplst, In Ihe opinion that of murdering ..lcnilon of their race depends upon their onment for life. amalgamation with the Cbrl.tlait rnco. A Poor Marksman. In TltxiiK aro some American cllliein lIuni.ttiOTOS, Ia., Jan. 21. YeetJiy who haveu't heard who wn Alaska but .....niinrmin visre ihootinrn at star . puiwwjww..rt.-.lectod. Thl I vory unfortunate, rewent win. v. One 01 tue uuuei can couifoit themselves with theanyther Ml- killed Prank Allan, to read tho mark and flection that they don't hnv known cltltsr J thing about Hie Cabinet. gnv ivy Suld a prim toaclicr to tho tl-- i ' " lUltos HlliBClt, who recentlypurpa.e. In COO,W)0 franc for educa lonnl composition: "Mnkoii ihytnlnjri'"1? llni.lu and Au.trlo, .ay. th fund Is not Inchulliii; tho words noso, locf for Jewish chlldron alone, but for lot Intended coin, kottlo, cur, two nml boll" Tirp of all icllglon. children out was a sllonco for 11 llttlo while, and ATNHY!.VAXtA mother ha foond thona boy hold up his hand In wkon car in cmiurou jus. mKwav to tuko upper ofnticcesH. "Itcad tho couplot,' all remove !.,. t. UN K, Hh child llio tonchor, and tho boy road. drawer of o bureau and seating the "A boll In the kettle Is worth toonyoi'X'e In tbo lower drawer turn tne xy. I called upon And n corn in the car It worth two on th' Tub Missouri Leglslatiira 'nw prohlhltliiK lool room, and to pn "You nrcincd to joy, nd Katisa City eport aro Sti., Iluohnnd BL Louis Vmi u.nrt lllb LiMnnn IVtilllll. diopplng Into the lobby pool iiulto liberally oars, ns tistinl." Wlfo (plon")-- q to prevent Hie proposed legislation. It was dollfjhil-- " Ar'kanas girl broke off a front tooth "Indoodlwas. A atHttsband "And you couldn't '11m nt the root wlillo show as preparing to On tht nJ' tend ft wedding, but tbo accident did not about nny tiling cluo. i,...., her at home. Hhe fastened Uio tooth homo you wuro nil tongue, in uatIn with leoswnx, and thought nothing Wlfo (In high Jiiiljroon) "John "u swaliiiom about th" operation until .ha nro a bruto." Chicago Tribune. lowed the tooth nttho weddlnj upper. foot A NKW Industry nbout to be set on Chicago appears to bo tho ot In Hnrtford, Conn., Is tbe manufacture city of this country In running ,b-Iron Into steel by n secret and economical rrocon. HIojJ produced by thl method dlvorco mill. Its courts noom to iaV0 bjen In use In England for over six reduced tbo business to a science ,n' lm yesrt mid U suld to o In all respevts snt- when bard prvesod, cut grlci oul Istai'lory. dlvorco9 at tho rato of about om' 3 ft "HlrJs of AN olltlon tf A u' minute und h halt. K, Y. Inib111 , was.eld AidsiUo wlfiWOcuIci ay, for Hit snti at Ns Vork ot,lh .... hr - Knoivh.I.k, Tkm., Jan. 20. A pastcn-ge- r train on tho Katt Tonues.ee road ran Into a freight train at HsiUr's Station last n evening, K'lglnetr Zock llurson ami Will lllier, of this city, and Hufus fatty, of Johnson City, were killed, and several other were slightly wounded. Plre-ma- Ilouu, Jan. Id the Moniteur denies that tho Popo has nduionlslied tho Amor-ca- n Llihops 011 nr o.itit of the progross ot Socialism among American Catholic. On tho continry. the paper days HU Holiness has eulogized tho religious teal and activity dlsplaytil by Catholics In America. Band ol Juvenlla Burglars. 18. Last MlNNKAroLtn, Minx., Jan. night live amsll boys, In knoo p.iut, tho oldott not yot fifteen years old, nnd tho youngest barely ten, wero caught In an a confectioner's attempt to stoioln thisclcy. They will probably bo sent tn tho rofoiiu school. An American Never Returned Trom a Skating Trip, Jan. Willis Kscanaha, Mich., Murch, aged filtecu, son of a prominent citizen, and John l'eterson, has disappeared nud no doubt both nio drowned. When last seen tbey wero skntlng far out In tho . lako. Slugged lor Charily Hindi. iNDn.NAl'Ol.ts, Jan, 2A Marlon Rwoftord circulated 11 tulncrtptlou iu aid ot Thomas Cochrane, collet ting $10. audnlso had his own week's wngis. Till morning ho was found lying unconscious in tbeitioot, havnil 1 robbed, ing been saiid-taggi-- d Something Mytlcrloul as lo Stanley. rJgw YonK, Jan. 20. There lsome mystery about the latest new from Mr. Htan-leHints aro heard that tho King of tho llelglnn know more than ho choose to tell, but the belief that Mr. Ktnnloy will coma out all rlgbt I now gonerul. Senato Dakota bill. Tbo House proceeded Immediately to vote upon tbo MacDonald substitute, which bos never been read, but which the main features of tbo omnibus bill, except that It provides for tbe immediate ad mission of South Dakota. Tha substitute as rrjecte.l Yeas I1T, tiajs li.'. After several onendments being discussed tho House Anally nreeed to tbe "omnibus" (Springer l bill, with amendments, as a substitute for tbo Senate meniiure, by a vote of yeas 110, nays OS V'AsniNOTov, Jan. 10. Senate The creden-t- l i's of Mr. Hoar for bis new Senatorial term, March 4 next were presented by Mr Daes. reaa nnd placed on flic. Tho cer11 .. school-housetificate of the presiding officers e the Delaware I.eirislntum to tbe election of Anthony Illggins n Senator from that State was presented by the presiding officer, nnd was referred to tha Committee on I'rirllcfres and Klectlons, on motion cf Mr KdmumV, who said tbat the puper wls itldrntly not In conformity with the requirements of tho law. The Senate nt U a) resumed consideration of thelarift ink nnd tech up the sugar schedule. (Ki. No amendment ns offered. Tho tarl.t hill as ronstdcied until 5 Cfl p in After a brief secret session the Senate adjourned. y '1 lie Senato bill was passed HouftK providhoart-brokeing circuit ci urtsat Helena in tho Hastcrn District of Arkansas , Fort irlth in the Western District of Arkansas! for the Northern Disn trict of Mlssl.ulpplt tho Western District of South Caroltsat the Dudrtet of West Virginia at Charleston. Clarksburg and Wheeling, nt all ot which places the district courts with circuit court towers aro now held; and nt Clarksburg, In West Virginia, sihero a district court Is now held, but wbittt has no circuit powers! whereby all th"se courts ore put on tbo samo fooling with nil other courts, and the Judicial system 11 In this rignt r nere-- l uniform throughout tt United Stutes. It also provides for writs of error In capital cases, and prescribes the practice In such cases. A bill to reculato Immigration was reported. The fortifications nptiroprl-atlo- a Hr?i-tlo- ns bill was considered and cxpivsslt oof sorrow at the death of E. W HobcrUon.of Louplana, cre adopted after a number of addresses. At5:S) p. m. tho House adjourned. W'A.iUMirow, Jan. St. Skmatr. A bill was passed authorising tho Omaha and Fart I)oW New York Chapl al Gettysburg, railway to build its rovl screes tho Fort 1' yes GtTTYRiiUHO, Pa., Jan. 17, The site for military reservation In Kansas. A communi tbe Now York Stnto Chapsl, to bo orected cation was presented from the Governor of Michigan presenting for Statuary Hall a statue was fixed 01 this battle-fielIt 11 in the Southern portion of the Soldiers' at Lenls Cats, Tho tariff bill Mas considered National Cemetery, on the hill where the and an agreement reached to take a vote at I l ia to morrow. A night session was held to suinmer-hous- a now stands. Tho proposed tho debate building Is to cost $100,000, .V),000 of which continue There was fUl'msterlng to force an lloi'hE f lias boon Kubacrlhod. tgreemcul for amendments to tlio Oklahoma bill. A resolutlou was finally adopted ta make Pirates Rouloi die Oklahoma bill a spo lal order for Thursday IWltimoiie, Jan. 17. Anothor fight scat and tn take a voto at four o'clock. A bill a police steamer and oyster pirates was pasted authorising the live Indian nations rvurrod at tho mouth of Chester river, In to lease certain laud; alto a bill Increasing the maslimnn of international money orders from Maryland. After fighting two hours tb " IM lo J0X At f .40 p. m. the Homo adjourned. pirates were routed. for Ihe Senatorial term of sis yeors from the tth rf March next, were presented by Mr. Hate, nnd read and placed oa file. Tho Senate, at II V. resumed consideration of tho tariff bill HotWK. Consideration ef tha Territorial bills wiiii resumed, the pending question being on the Mae Donald substitute for tho Sprlnirer omnibus bill, which Itself Is a substitute for tha j CbTtbe adroiBrf of aa presented and read. The bill and messagn were referred to tbe Committee on Pubde Lands. Tlic credentlsls of Mr. Krje, llesJTChamb'rlaln.vrhq ...... ! llim. ! tbem Iftoialanra or two lerfc Cli T. ha-t- , or a Ihe.. fLand I vtirt- - .(), r"! j. Nkw YonK, Jan. is, 'otter from Homo, In which thownter the possibility that the successor ot Loo XI If, inn)' not bo an Itnllnn, but n man of ome other nationality even an American, if tho next Popa I taken from America, t'nrdmnl Gibbons would con-llde- rs Pops. Tho Bun has a long Jan. 17, Harrison Pauley wus terribly lacerated by n dog at h s homo In Rochester, and died of n fully developed case of hydrophobia In great agony In splto ot the best medical .kill that nttendod him. y Died Mo'sticeu-o- , ot Hydrophobia. III, got It. Sho wits after 11 pass"How old nro you, maduin?" 'A w oman Is only as old as ttho looks, you know." "Put tho lndy down ns fifty, (Joorgo." "You horrid thlngl I'm not ilfty only thirty-four.- " Ho - port. bo chon. An 0IJ HV-- 'i lluidrod Enlomlud. p . lf An oxptoilon of y In tbo Hyde occurred nenr Mnnchest r. Seven bodies have lecn taken from tho m no. Ono hundred persons uu still entoinl e I. A I.o.mjo.V Ja U'AiiitNOToy, has been petitioned 1 Postmaster. Jon. 17. Tha y, to retire tbo at Shrub Oak, N. Y., from active an grant him a liberal pension ft r th remainder of his life. He was post-mast- President "I suy, JoneM, thnt writ u shubby trick you played tno nbout those trousers." "Wlmt's tho mnttor; didn't they rtmch you nil O. K.?" "Naw; thoy emtio C. O. 1)., driit 'cm." Detroit Jouninl. A emnll city girl vlsltlnp with hor mother nt 11 friend's houo In tho country, nnd beolnc Homo Rtilnen honn, o.xclultned: 'Mtimmtt, look ut thoco chlelicnw with eullco dreeso on.'' A C'hlcugo elurnymnn married threo eouplfu on tho curs tho other dny. Ho lirtH refused to allow him-seto bo palontoil ns a car couplet', Hurllnjjtou Froo I're-is- . howovur. In 1811. - bn'' Officer' Leave! to be Curtailed, WahiiimiTon, Jan. 20. It Is reported In army circle Unit Secretary Kndlcott has in contemplation the Issuing ot an order which will ilnaway with the custom of accumulation of leave of absence a prac-tii- o almost ns old a the army Itio'f, Jt now held that the gianting l)f the accumulated leae Is nottpnly Irregular but Hie- Army K"1' . rubblt-lluiler'- Railway Carriages lor China. In l'uitico and costing about l.'iO.OOO frillies, havo been proienled to tho Pmpcior of China. They aro intended for tlio us of tho Kinperor Km-pre- Taiiih, Jan. 18. - Hiv. carriage, built elegant railway and high court tlllclals. A small lino will be built in th imporiul ple.isuro grounds at out tnn miles In length. FitUDEiitCK llAMiwt.v, 011 trial at 1111m-bntlN, J., for the murilerot lldwnrd i, . Qosd Luck. s IM' Juii.2J. Ycstorday, whtk three lioys were limiting nosr here, they dug Into an old logiiftera latililt and ills-via pot ot gold coins Tho treasure Ivounted out f J, W0. Four Thousand Slrlko, t'luni.KSTo.v, "W. Va.,.Joiu IT. New ri'inos hero that tho miners In th K.lkhoru region of McDowol and Mercer Counties bare gone on n s'rikalotho number of about four thousmd men. The Ir ulle Is enl 1 to bo 111 account of tbo size of the coal cir twlng Increased In capacity from two ta three tons, without a corre-ipiiiijlinurtaso ot wages. Trouble Is amlclputoiL lf IVrltli. uupiitted. Mdlvr, a divinity student, it Ilaldixlii foil upon his kuoes In prion and thanksgiving, while Iho crowd cfaeeied thi; ssrdkt t. I ' llve-doll- Taxlnn Immlnranls. w"j4 Jan. mnjorlty of htpord Cominltteo on Lalr hat decided Ia ta' shull be Impotsd 'NksillNOTOV, liiiiuigrant. hu wcyu Tho Poet who nnvs fnnclos "light it zephyr's plH.v" prob-nWviwed n sir loom. -U- inghnrnton lUTtib'leu... A. survivor of the farnoua ''Light patent were HT llsddra L. Hewitt, Brlgado" Is now a plumber In Iridlana-sj- ? Isdcah,,1H wtoxFrsdsrlckC. Miller, polls. Ho still knows ho w to charge. " .ZbtrMrt I llauto Expross. i9r1i5ag X0WfIU Tlio Mormons havo n hymn, "Wo ,oh4rgd with tho killing nro not ashamed to own our Lord." lt st Oarrettsburg, was Nut tho question Is whether tho Lord vzivuuna 01 Isn't ashamed to own them. tiracauttud. Ilenvcr tVtsis of CharleaDllirer. alwayu holds "Harklna Ir a man wlio. fast to tho truth." Clover-.Vol Ice Ofllcera Jones and lesirrlllo, rendered a ver. iy -"ics? , I notice ho never lots ItosV , . ipfc . i fixed his punishment at Doctor, (who has a large.ldoa of hlsJffiifflSiJ ray. betweesuLTosrn own skim A'lndnotl.l C-- - T .. ; ' v ia.i.iMT wseoanaievnTeiii qm tn my psssmasn.- lit, F. I Davis, a boy Hoslcss don't doubt It, doctor. fourleei'ysirs of age, was accidentally Tho errors of physicians nro ffonerally killed. burled with their patlonts." TiiKRt wis a great excitement among Spoltor "What a woman you aro tbe drlnllDt fraternity tbe other day over tbe repeat that a whisky wll had been to run on when you got startcdl I can't f;ct In a word edjjowlso." Mrs. dlscoverld it lbs Latonla track. The a few S. "Notwithstanding thnt your dlfecbis hired a Is so exceedingly thin. It is weks ajo Udlg a well, and water plenty and pur wit found at a deplbof two hun- funny; that's a fact." lloston Trandred fe. A pump was placed on thowoll, script. and IMtilorr iplked tho pipe with a gal"Will tho coming womnn run for lon ct ttblsir, and after 0110 or two drink a political ofllco?" asks an exchange. had been tiken from It, and the taiteof She may, sho may, but she ought to the pur aid being on It, the report ot a whisky'weU iptcad like tvlld-flrDill know how to run for a horse car first. Webb, the satebman, was compelled to When she had mastered thnt art. sho get ou the (imp to keep the well from be- might stand soma show of running for ing stolen. an otllco and getting there. The Htati League of Commercial Clubs lUublo (severely:) Miss Sharp-sowas In 10 j 1:0a at Louisville on the 10th. l understand you say that my atGovernor Bickner presided. It was detempts nt wit uro simply laughable." termined toippolnt.a commltteo of three 'Miss Sharpson (with much humility) to draft a cuaitltutlon and and "My dear Mr. H.tublo, I withdraw Incorporate the League. John 8. Morris and A. R. Almond, of Louisville, and J. my word. To call your Jokes laughathem, I D. Powers, if Uopklnsvllle, were named ble U to grossly mlsropro-ion- t ' as tho ccraatlte. The committee has deAssure you,"' Accident News. termined tt organize Commercial Clubs Two Now York swells quarreled, all over the State. A Commltteo on Im- and ono expressed himself thus: migration Til be appointed. Tho next "Why, do you moan to call me a liar?" rasottug wulo held at Louisville next "N'o, sir," said tho other, "I should Febmary. not like to call you a liar, or any Ewixa Kit. now has charge of tba a liar. At tho samo time. If I at Casndy, Warren County. met you walking with Ananias and A tocmo ciJored raan named Frank Gordon was shot by some one concealed on Snpphlra, I should say you wero In tho tbe hillside, war the on the bosom of your family." pie, at Frankfort, tho other Winks "Must lcavo early evonlng. Tb ball took effect In tho lett I mot a lady who wns an old school-niut- o arm, Just abort the elbow. He went on to of mine, and sho was so anxious town and hat the ball extractod and the to seo my family that I invited her to wound dresseL accompany mo homo to tea." Minks A man whoivlll glvo no account of himself was cavturod running wild near "My gracious! Your wlfo will ralso the Jamestown, fsw days ago. He was liv- roof." "O, no! My wlfo In quite pretty, ing on roots, uts and berrlea, and could tuid this lady is exceedingly plain." not tell his nans. Ho Is sixty years old, Phila .....lan-cor- d. and much wed:ined by exposure. His caso Mrs. Sue r - "No, I can neve t '. Is lielng lnverljated. when my husband has Indulged too Miis. MAnTCBoniB") Hunt was senmuch at tho club" Mrs. Queer "I tenced, at) Tali, to three years' Imprisoncan." Mrs. Sneer "How? "Mrs. Qucci ment in tho pattentiary for the killing of "When ho Is tight he asks for a kiss, R'ck Thomas . t and I never know him to do so If ho ! JIti.Tor D. Jrum the new P. M. at Sneer "Perhaps ha Athens, Fayete County, vlco Lee Urnltha, wns sober." Mrs. drinks to ncrew up his courage for tho declined, Cono.tEn horJrt Tkrlftm TnillssrtnTn .resigned nTnnn dfett suddotilyTw mvnx TTAirsix nss been appointed post out having been attended by a doctor," master at Hunter's Dspot, Nelson County, un.'aa n, ,.,, ll.lt. VI,t7.1 tit ttin t fl Uf '.ftlM wv ,aw a...., ...u 'U'llll vice Frank-Shadr, rulgneJ. to be called In nnd nn in A coupant has been formed with a coroner has capital of $509,000 for lbs purpose ot build- quest held to ascertain the causo of ing up a mining andnsnufacturlng town death. But," adds tho writer, "when at Three Forks ot lbs Kentucky river, at he dies after having boon attended by present the proposed ttrminus of the proa doctor, everybody knows why he posed Three Forks railroad. The comdied, and an Inquest is not necessary." pany has a corps of engineers and a numN. Y. Ledger. ber of laborers engaged la preparing the Tho End of tho Honeymoon. town. Hteam sawlocation for the new Young Wife "How the world moves! mills will be erected, business houses and no. old chum of residences built, and everything doneto There's Dcsste Gray, mine, n graduate of the normal school, make the venture a success. A rosT-orn- c hat teen established at hns Just entered a medical college. Sho will soon bo nblo to wrlto M. D, Enon, Caldwell County, end 1'iercy Jackson commissioned poitmaiter. after her uame. Women aro coming Jonx W. Kegi.it has been appointed to tho front, I tell you. Formerly postmaster at Lsadlngbaai, Elliott County, girls wertr" taught nothing but houseIn place ot C. T. Cussrt, teslgned. Young husband "Yes, keeping." L.C. 'Wir.US, who has been In the grocery and now they're taught ovory thing but business at Horse Cave tor several years, housekeeping." Boston Courier. has assigned. This mates the fifth falluie in that town during the past two years. NOTHING GOING ON. OrriCKRS of tbe company building the From Dry Fork Contributed to an News Three Forks railroad give glowing acArkansaw County Taper. counts of Its prospects, and are Ailed with Rain. much enthusiasm over Its future. Two River rilng. corps cf engineers are rapidly completing Peoplo are clearing up now ground. tbe final location of tht road, while small Kggs nro senrco, but prospects nro construction crews are at work nt different points on the lino. With ths next few good. weeks tho engineering oik v. til have prolinn Boyd choppod off three of his gressed euftlelently toeiable the company toes w llh un nxe day beforo yesterday. to place a large fores at work upon tbo Unelo Billy Murs-- has thu thanks ol road-bewhich will te done Immediately. ye corrflspondent for a mens of squirTub railroad election at Howling Orecn has been set for ilirch 1. The Howling rels. Old Bob Mnlono Is dead. Groen and Northern railroad w ill bo built If Bill Potts killed a wolf last Sunday. Warron County will Tde iflS COO In Londs. Abe Firestone U a llnr. Alfded Co wis, postmaster at Conwell, Nat Peel and Joe Green hnd a fight Man Ifco County, on Christmas day put seven registered letters In a mall pouch Wednesday. Nat U dead. and sent tbe pounck to Jit. Sterling. Bob Parker wit? drunk Saturday This Is tho last ever seen ot tho lottors, Mls Bettle Sawyer is tho best lookand tbo postmaster at ML Sterling deSho has ing girl In tho neighborhood. clares that the lvtUrs never camo lo bis promised to knit ye correspondent a ofllce. Combs has ottered a reward of $200 pair of cocks. tor the apprehension of the thief. Jojin Bluo is dead. Two colored men quarreled at Garrets-burRevival going on at Short's meeting but tbe matter was dropped. Several days afterward one ot them wont to the house. other's house, and railing him out opened Sandy Scregglns fell lu tho orcok flro on him. The drowns returned with Monday and was drowned. fatal effect. New a Is ttcurce. A efeciai, tolao Courier-Journfrom Frolloia.Ilm Mayborry's Tuesday. Hhelbyvllle sari) Wilson "Wilder shot and killed Sol C. Pees tho other afternoon. Somebody shot Jim und hurt him Ilotb make thr homes with John Curtis, mightily. Nod Doyle killed his uncle, Pete whose daughter is tho wlfo of N ildor. Mrs Wilder doo th' cooking for the family, day beforo yesterday. end Dees has been complaining ot ths Nothing of Interest is going on In our cooking, sayinfthat It was not lit for bogs. neighborhood. This put Dees and Wilder on bad terms, Sum Myers shut Jes-- o Jonos Sunday. ten they were going horns and recently Tho boys lynched Sum. quirrel was renewed. Dees together the Our neighborhood husn't been 90 drow a pistol sad snapped It at Wilder, upon which tht latter ahot him Iu tha head. quiet In six month". Tube Spencer set tiro lo old BIddlo's Wilder, who it but twenty-on- e yenrs old, surrendered lilaiselt to the authorities. limine one night last week, lllddle shot years of age and a native Mm. Dees Is fifty-fii- s of Madison, Inl The bos expocteil a lively season Kentucky prntlons granted on the 14th, this winter. Albert O. llobb (special act), as follows! Old UoylMon is dead. Brownsville; fsmuel Anderson (spec'al Hill Sevier got drunk Sunday and lioglrlni Harrison Cobb, Illcbmond; set), Seymour, Dry Itldge; Charles idiot Ills cow. Thomas Kvery thing is Newport; John Hamilton (deceased), Smith N a llnr. Mchter, Louivllle: Hulda, widow of Clinrles Hamilton, Newport: Ellia, mother Dan Pelt Is no more. A wild hog of 1UI Collins, alias Ell Bcalp, Manchester. eettled him. Some scoundrel placed a lot of emery In Protracted meeting will begin at the cups ot tie engine of J, K. H tone's MitrUon's next Suiulny. We've got a planing. mill, t Newport, the other night, is WIU011 e Ills and when thoitg'iie started next morning new preacher Tad Bullock. Friday. the powder ml 'be maoblnery so bad tbat und ho whipped He Is popular with our people, nnd It had to bo rt'rd-Tnit Kentuciy Central railroad otlices, Hilt, wo think, do great work for the It is said, wills"! bo removed from Covelnireh. ington to Cliicisnatl. Old Mi. Itolitoii grabbed up some Andbkw Kiiarfos, colored, has Just hot water the oilier day mid ee.ilded gtveu to the lltibytery of Louisville, for Sun Bunipus-Ou- r the use of hit kurcu, property purchased neighborhood Is threatened with with th avioief a lifetime. Ferguson hog cholera. It a single mis- seventy years old. lis Mage Brown fell oil liU horse Saturwas In youngsriliys the property of Anday and epllt hU head open. He's drew Todd cl Klemlogtbotg. With bit dead. T,nkT- He lived alone, freedom be let'11 wv iiiltol .Mike Brady hits gut did Ills own wooing, washing, eta In clothes. ,0 V00. lhT8 he had is'a with which b John llllpot killed Jack Walton dSJ ' bought the K sresbyterlan church before yoatord.iy. t ouce gave to his property. This Sorry I have nu uews. If nn, thing thurch rent frn'or ton year and now hss happen I will let ,ou koow. - Arunii dseJa-- l It cntrl,. uw sH ftti ""i Kentucky sr esw mt: PUNGENT PARAGRAPHS. ,y Trr e, ,, -- "f 1 la well-digg- Ian-gun- e. s, gon-llcm- post-olU- toll-ga- te 1 WSl-iVVJik- n e ,.ij . g, e, quiet-Oliv- er -- na-u- - 11 Traveler. '' V i I1 .": i ..if ' .1 ji-U -- V"T5r (UUloiAUW..il.i '" ' ' Aiiuttt.. ,' , ' rfci2. .;K.pKia332E 'KT , x i .AVHlAMliLitllMflUAJjJliitlNlAUiJWiiijlM j .lit-- . V, " " tfau-iiHtfUtW- ,i SJ!H'ifij?ra'-"-- .. - ,,,-,-,,.- ,JLMiMMM3J2BKtSii& eaa e is THE HICKMAN COURIER. I Blon. TIioh. (3. l'owrc. Axorm:ri . !"i Ii f. frl -- 7 tlieft. The Republicans, having M rn mont. and on tho Ameilem. m,... trla "' .?"u,,Uu l0."8Y .."-- . onno stolen me rrcsiueiicy, are fiirns the nunOu.. r always expecting some body elso ;.iw.,iViAUr.t. . ,,V"e'.,l"' ""'creat nreuincnt offeu-.- .,Kmnst nw nmchinery, iww material. naDer to do it. ami an necessary fciinpiics. no w lfl HhirriiJiislcHUw ,l?,t.,l"-v- . ,;,,:k"r nun ...... . niir, .... mi MiiullMciitlnli. Till: (milium Methodists finding . - lirinonti'. ..., net in conjunction with tho Public . : m..i " l!IH UKI'VIHl ns ilpputy Printer, and nothing can be done of that thflv couldn't control Mr. .uienuuii uoiiltohb "'" l"i:i "' ; 1.11 t llll . Harrison on the dimcp question, , Uovernmciit are,. sure .not to brook under Tom Henry, the present til is nature without the approval of hjVoKCiit him word they will pray u" '"" ",0 '""unpierepatation Clerk, uho, though one of the bo th ollicials. The salary unloosed offwcl. T he irob,,IC8 are, for him He certainly need their ? cleverest men in tho world, is un- is S:3,000 per year, with necessary lllCSe inn fortunately a victim to intemper..p..vpm. nt.d as the nrnrerH of Ihel ?." "'"i traveling expenses. Mr. Stone greatly exaggerated. That there truly righteous availotli much, tliiw is trouble not nnalitied lias given the subject considerable between the Americans ance, and, therefore, misfortune only benefiseems to be about the of thought, and hi reasons for introand Germans on thtfe Mauds, is for the place. This cent outcome, of tho incoming certainly n tact, bccmise Seeretan Henry's has served to show more ducing the bill is tlmt tho duties Hazard has submitted the papers conspicuously the faithfulness and of the Public Pi inter arc ho great IlUFPAt.o, N. Y., paper created and correspondence to the United capacity of Mr Poore. if Pooro that he can A not give pcrsoiialfsuiper-visio- n a profound seiisatiou last week by Slates Senate upon which body is defeated It will be beennso of to the many details that shouhj tinblishliis several letters and also uevotves ne tut tiro im(ii.igmiieiit this Tom Henry prejudice for the bar throughout the Slate, and ci(i require attention from persons otTicr inmW ot telegrams writtpu liy or tiio nnatr. t nH. tinuiiiiri a sppclnl detective from Scotland Solno years oasti.r'rllK? heeftV&i1? MV,l:v.. know that ho has iiiau inobe ot tne neati ai the v .. .. . .. "".. Yard sent out in the Interest of bad blood between tho AYcercaii ..llll... 'III. vutjiiiriib iiiiiici. En this rmtis minor departments... Ii connection, also, we attract audi thinks that a General tho London Times to procure evi- mid German resident aohsiln at dence that would implicate Chns. Apia the capitol of the ijimoau tion to the caul of Hon. Willis dcut of the Printing Service will Btewnrt Parnell in tho Phoenix group of islands and tlio Aincr Illugo, also of Hickman couutv. be the means of taving a great deal h)s 1'nrk murders. lean and German resideits, re- which asserts that the use of of nioncv to tho Government, and spectively, have taken sidis with name in connection with this po add as well to tho efficiency of the TnE story which flourished in sition lias been without his kuowl nil the daily newspapets to tho their nation's representative riiiil odgo or authority. service. cflfect that Mrs. Blaine had snub there are those who nagi-i- t that Ki.xuo not i. rm; uixti. bed Mrs. Hnriitoiu. is pronounced this personal dislike botwen the I'A.lirH AMI 1 HE r.llTKB MTATS. u falsehood, made of whole cloth. two consuls is all there is in the FnANKKonr, Jan. 21. To tho war, an that A Scotch paper, printed in New Bo many such canards nrp con- alleged threatened Yoik City, for British subjects of tinuously (iiidius space in tho when the German and Ainriciiu Kditor of tho Times: In an pamgraph of our edition of hcotcii nativity, jg very severo on dailc press that the great public Governmeii.s come to investigate is learning to look to the weekly they will see tlmt the filed u use- the 10th instant you saj: "The HuUerworlh's resolution for poless and only personal, and end it Clinton Democrat presents (prob litical union between Canada and papers for reliable news. by dismissing one or both of Uicso ably by authority) the name of As the United States. It regards tbe The press is daily flllod with consuls. sistant beerctary ot State, n lilts adoption of Bucti resolutions speculations ns to the President Ii. Kingo, for Clerk of the Court of Congress ns a cause of war. nml THE SA3I0A.S" ISLANDS. elect. He is belittled in some Appeals." Your inference- that declares that England might mako The Sainoan Islands are situ- tho publication in Clinton DemDemocratic quarters, and beplas-tcreit ground for a declaration of war. with fulsome culopv in most ated in Polynesia, in the South ocrat was made by authority, is Pacific Ocean, ami consists of six entirely erroneous. Never having It is stirring up the people of Jteptihlicau quarters. The moot Canada to igainst their sovthat can be fairly said is that Mr. islands, and a population of about entertained for a moment the pur- ereign, saysrebel Scotch paper. the people. Tho Sainoaus arc pose of becoming an aspirant for is ns yet an unknown Harrison It was, perhaps, nn idle, and fori half civilized race. the Clerkship of tho Court of ApHo hns yet to show a quantity. and of n light brown complexion. peals, certainly never said any- the purpose for which it was in whether he is strong or weak. Six They are no athletic, strong, hardy thing ditectly, or by implication, tended, perhaps a hurtful resolumonths will tell the tale. tion. Tho iuture relations bepeople, ami ot late y cars inducted A CALL hns been issued by the into agricultural pursuits, culti- which could bo construed as giving tween Canada and the United Chairman of the National Prohibi- vating cotton, cocoautits arrow warrant tor me association ot my States will be a mutter of growth, tion Committee for a national con- root, &:. The men wearthiir hair name with that olJiee. On the and not of any sort of forcing on when approached on tho the part of the United States. ference of Prohibitionists, to be long and twisted, and are teldoin held in Louisville on February VJ clad, whilst the women wear their subject by a few partial friends, I Neitheir invitation nor threat will tiud 1 i. In addition to other wrrk. hair cut short, ami a small turlu if hao stated in uiiiualillcd terms ndviiucc the matter in the slightit is tho purpose of the conference cloth with a hole hi tho centre for that I would not, under any cir- est degree. to take action with reference iutting oxer their heads. Both cumstances, become a candidate. Desirable as it may appear, we to the theft of the mailing list of sexes are extra vspuillyderortited Please do me the couitesy to deny arc not by any means sure that uiih my full authuiizatioii thai I pnliticnl union is desirable, or at Prohibition organ, tho Voice, by with tattoo ninikg all over their will have any connection with the nil likely. It is rather our belief the Republicans during tho leceut bodies. race, either remote or immediate. that Canada and the United States campaign. The idea of two grea Govern W. L. HINGO. ns kindred people, speaking the GitKAT activity is promised in criiiiieuts going to war i,nny wise pa mo tongue; and governed in tho a miters motet of lien- Tin: er.urLi: or Kcxricuv. the sitting in I 'an tern and WeMcru aoout main by tho same laws and pic, and such an inmgiiiiicuiil counJventnctfj. 'Hie new rallroails are Ilopklmrillr Ve Tr will reach a moro broad going forward rapidly, their pro try appears prepnsteroila. Wlij. In mniiy respects the ptnplo of s grcss being greatly aided by the they say, there is not exiecding Kentucky are tho most vigorous neighborly comity, with nil between them broken down, Tho new towns in 300 foreigners on tliesa Islands, and determined in this country. tlno weather. and the freest npenest interchange tho mountains are laying out many iiielmliiig Americans, Grrumiis. 1 hey nro certainly the most made easily possible. beautiful streots. The old town's and Kuglish. Hut therenre tlious when they uroarous-ein other parts of the State are iiuds of people in tle I'liited they furnish moro sinow to bringing out their booms and ro- - States, and probably in Germany i. iil. II.. moveiiieiita than anv other A II itfw. nmi ini'lhirlnnnlo. 83g&-U;ccl- her. U luracliine in State. lively " Vi!ft-'ftV? pretext, and f?hU,iiSr.i,.,.,i0VJ? ' f nt BPS!fliinwJlwtBli?ullW ' -will succeed Boimefor later. I Commereial. ne" Scriptures. He draws 'has iln.1 Fri,,u'' "n,,pr ' "5 Isr tho event of war with Ger-- ' vLricHnrlr iho treinemloiw crovd. i iu"r m.i.ifi T m,,,,yWe.b.l!iu,l.wcbeliuve,o,,r! (ipriniin Ml rnna iiulni.il .n.,1 r..oi ..""v r, "" ,,B i im liiri'H u liriiiint inn nf fl.rliilmr V history without oile. We me n ..e i'. . . . .: " or.vr.N .Mormon missionaries. r.:,....i in 4 . i .1... '......i.. ' ii uut'ieKiH IIS ' civilized, christian people, and the iniuiu. it:ui iiuuiiiiiH i go to New Yoik and take first who wers seeking converts near any class of our citizens. Most of them have left Germany because bulk and body of our people love rank in financial and professional Fayctteville, W. Va., were notified of oppression at home, seeking lib. peace; but wo are alio proud, pursuits, mid nil over the West that they would be tarred and featherty hero. Ol'all our loreign pop. brave and resentful, and the are at the head of j ered unless they left. They nlatiou they seem most easily to scheming politicians take advaiit-'aWiiIf this trenicudons energy i . becomo American citizens with a iiuo in iiiu iiini-- uiuiiHuiuriHiies in ......i.i at homo mil ready acquired understanding of. and acquiescence in the American upon one wy "lliii cawes. Tlie,t,rUie 8tnle tll0 iiiiuiiuiu'' ot nuiu in manners, customs, laws and fornin uinirii oiiuun in Bn,,iu uu II1VOI inegre.iiesi uommouweaiiii in tin ,ly, about Union, it would soon bo success xedinwar ,r;.i. of government. something, in aj-erfew years, fnl. ,'t 0llly require- - tho ne.tlv, Trip, dispatches state that the to deter Ilritish Government has decided that it makes much difference People of mine upon the movement, when it to uphold the treaty which with whom or whon it occurs. is half achieved. Kurnpean powers from obtaining, or attempting to obtain, I)Uoi-ik- i Are Wo Prepared? to nc.trir. dominance of Samoa In this mat Cfrnrler.Joum.1 ter there is perfect accoul be In the evut nf war with Ger The btidge nt Scottsville, Ky., tween our own and the English many, nnniea could nul be lauded lioveriiuieut, nml their united nc-- m Germany, nml our swarming on the Louisville St. Louis and tlon and protest against the flu-- ! volunteers would eiihily eat up, Texas railroad, was the scene Sungiant violation of the Sainoan' beioie breakfast, any possible day of a horrible catastiophe, treaty on the part nf officers audllorce Germany could laud unv- - which resulted in the loss of peragents of the German Gmcrii-- I where in Anieiiuii. Tbe otiviou haps over twenty lives. The ineiil will probably have the dc difficulties of transportation make biidgo lias been completed but sired effect. this matter, not of boaxtaud brag, about ten davs, during which thero has been a disagreement between Mu.s. Clkvi:i.a:;d has sneceded but of certainty. Germany can- tho contractors and Iho officials of not even give us serious troublo in raising $100,000 in order to the road concerning the terms of on the laud. Wells College, where she It is a mutter of certainty that payment for tho work. Tho con'.yhs graduated. It is situated a no coast city will ever submit to tractors refusing to allow trains fow miles from Ithaca, N. Y. It to cross over tho bridge, tho railwas destroyed by fire a fow mouths 7lestriictioii, whon'toinporary oc- way authorities appealed to the Cd For Par Y.jtt, ago. file trustees hud given up cupation at tho worst would prove courts, and obtained an injunction COWOILL'3 EYB SALVI. the prospect of rebuilding us im- but a passing calamity, a transient hat in day against further interferpecuniary loss, easily repaired by Kor 5urtgU and Khtumntium, possible, when Mrs. Cleveland ence with traffic. Sunday about came forward and gave tho in- it biicf lapse of time. COWGILL'S WEASEL OIL. The new dynamite gnu almost forty men, under instructions from stitution her personal attention. demoustiates that no bomhurdiug the contractors, were engaged in 5T lor liM, She nut only contributed u large in even laying heavy nils across the draw tiiim of money herself, but she cir- fleet can ever succeed COWGILL'S PILE OIOTMIMT. for tho purpose of preventing the culated a paper and induced others temporary occupation man escape passage of trains, when tho draw Irom the loss of liotutinriliueiit. DaT For Tetter and Ktogworn, to subscribe until money enough Km nt last we come down to tho broke and precipitated the men has been raised to icbnild the colGer- forty feot below into tho water. COWGILL'S TETfER OINTMENT. lege in better stylo than it was question of a navy. Thero Imvu Somo of them were crushed audi many is far oilglually, ,ot ,,,mu, wludy. however, allowed other iniiltneit liv tbe falling timlirR not! i Tin: Frankfort Capital calls at- nations to make experiments, and iron anil otliers were drowned. CowgiU's Pleasant Worm Syrup .. IIIU tention to a matter of importance, they have borne the enormous pe- eighteen II1MV.-- Ill IIIU IIIBl had been taken out of SATISFACTION GUAllASThEU OR cuniary burden of experiments, which should not be forgotten by run jioxsr hefuxdkd. tho water. tho voters of Kentucky: "Very while we are prepared tu act upon For SaU by the Proprietor, lew newspapers in rventucuy arc tho latest practical knowledge deLAT11U. giving prominence to the fact" that veloped. The results of tho Greoii-rivo- r J. W. C0WG1LL, Druggisl, The which at the next August election the and lapidity with unvy in South bridgo accident, on thoLoiiiavillo orili built a 1801, JaOS) Hickman, Kj, question of calling a convention, to shows how speedily this great St. Louis mid Texas road, prove to have been greatly exaggerated veviae the otuto Constitution will country can makeup an deficienby the first lepnrts. Lutnr news be determined. Should the vote cy in that respect. is that one man is known to havu be favorable to calling the Convenlost bis life, whilo several were MOV. Illl.l.'s initA. tion, tho iict Ciur.erul A.ssombly Tho culpability, which is will provide for the election nf deleThe lecointnenil.iiion by Gov. inexcusable, seems to rest upon (POWELL X1LOCK,) gates to Mich convention. If, how- Hill to the New York Legislature those who were obstructing tho HICKMAN, tho vote should bo unfavor- to memorialize Congress EENTUCEY ever, for a re- road, and the superintendent of able, all that has been done goes for vision of the constitution of the this work is believed to havo tlod. rjTUS HOUSE HAS RECENTLY IIIIEN . . naught, nml the ground already United States prmlding for n. six 1 fined up (or tin) nccommoJation of waii I'l.TiM.irri.Y. gained will have to be gone over years term ot the President, his I'rumiiitri and the trafclina uulillc atn. again. It is important that those ineligibility fur a Ktrnud term, and Tho joint resolution passed by nallr. Clean rooraii, nice lel, and mjuirt i favoring a of the present that ho sluill upon the expiiatioii the Senate in regard to the Punajfiiiranieei io an wno atop wiiLim. Coilntl(oU:i VUdlcky should of his term as 1'iii.iileut become ma Canal, if adopted by the Houso 'lVjvollbg men will find tba Ual of atlto. tinn nt our houtc. be inipie-ise'j tbe lact that every a life memiier of Senate will of Kepresentiitives and signed by In aildillon, we carry a lull line of voter not easting his voto in favor produce a consuler.dile amount of the 1'iesideut, means, if it means FANCY AND FAMILY useless diseiicsinu. The present any thing, that the United States GROCERIES, of culling the Convention iscoiiutcd Constitutional aiiungemeiit font ...Ml ..... ....... !..., 1.. nuuiiiu ... .1. to which ne Inriie atieutUn. Our iiric,, will mil iunaiii:ij ....I. ...I. in iiiu ara ugaitu-the at low aa the Iowent. four years tei in in not only judi cousiiuciioii or any sunn canal cious but in puifeut accord with across the Isthmus of Daiicu or (JUOIt IJIUI.S. IMl.VlTi IOU tho spit It ot the Aiiierlean instl- - across Central America which loiv't anow youtseir io lie nn- - union, ine nesiiifut to iiecome shall ever be under the control of ja life member of the Senate is nil any iviirnpcau Government. Such 1DK. Aer otdipitloiis to any num. Don't discuss.your family afiairs bosh. a canal, so controlled, in the event in general conversation. PHYSICAN AfJD SURb'EON ot war, would become a serious Don't give your photographs to The Niagara Full suspension a Hair to tho United States. HICKMAN, KENTUCKY men and don't ask them for theirs. bridgo was carried uwn.V by tho Don't make yourself conspicuous stoun of last week. Tho loss was SKNATOK Hkok necoinpnnied by bl. lroriilonal Servlcea lo Ht any lime by loud laughing or iiboiit frobO.OOO. Thy bridge will Ids sou, is going to the liunnudau the Chilean oflllckiaao and ilcinlit bo rebuilt at once. uilU.'80 talking. on account of bis health. ' enmity, Ia iv cnudiilnte Of V.M?nrNOTO.v, Jim. JIukI We Fight flerinnny? for Hickman the Court of Appeals, Clerk of Mr. Stone, of Kentucky, intro-HIOKMAS, KY. which election, however, dots not u iiui in inn jioujo Thero In mnch tnlfc n v 1SIK. Ho isn uuicu nml diplomatic "rlrrles occur nntll nAngut,ii.n.nl ajtltnlfr.- - providing for tliccrention of a new lt.l..n in tlm m " t JAS. 2,", 18S9. ,, tRIDAT, tuu "iMKinri' nhont war between tho United I'lllliiiuuiu to be known as Supennten- Stilton ntid Germany, growing oat linn of ritizcus thronchont ti,el"oe "Omni-hit- s TlXE Hnnso pnssed the 9tnte who hnvohnd business.... ticniot moiic muting.- Th is proii mi iiueugeu insult to the A illrr .!. ! . ii ii i it i nil i llA in .,l.IlinIH..Mttv itiiii itAant tintl' nllmnd titulm- dtuviihiiiii i i nt it i in i i. Hill" last week, providing for ri ii ihvm nv wnmii tiimiji ded to be one of the befit dorks, , of !ii. bill, will act in harmony with admission of Ave new State. e ,7tWii hi g "p0" A.UI the thrs,Snr,Ut!..,,un v, lf not tho v,r' lu""' tt,,u 'or hud Public Printer, nml all nets tW he It will now go to tho Senate. cers S iU l"' "M,ilwt to t,,c M ' " d,a,rg, f '! Rr.NATOlt Ingulls linn appointed cord P" e G tho PORltio' JMnter, and provn of ,ho 1 n special gtinrd to stand over the mans have burn nn, ',1 rm ' " ,"' U to have supervision over the election returns nml prevent their Amenenii propel tv nrren e J u ""V l'rc,tV",T 21.-(Sjecto-tlnI THKSAMQAsytH, v Bmni 1850. IV'S IC.t' I 188. wf 1 GROCERIES n iv OUi'l'Ui" vnii im --: IT- -l 'VP'fci.o-o- . "YOU VS7"t33.t AT r it ;- 13 .... ' ea. - ?rw & Si SJo'i Y TI3CES v I $'nvv l V YOCTRiP7 a r ClilPLKtB OLD MXiIABLIS FAMILY GROCERY, ir-- 3 on-fir- ed E. m r : A MM 155? Vr jsj i 'as AIM, A FULL I A l.lifl of 'i.liinr larklc. of Chatg tliriooji elltificU rtto BTCKK OK SIIKLP AN0 HB.WY W009. -- ...,. 1 111 HWN r 'MPPV 2Ti "ar IE3 HAM CATOB. lira fl TiONS. w n - tiic i,.uioi:mt i,i ma;, or r (Fi nn thv BJt r V9 u LADIES DRESS GOODS, TRIiV.MEQi HATS.&C, I I IT M . l'--v rQ.otiiF, c-j- njr m a i W W W .. That bd U ever carried and nt it . PSICSS as WW as ia t Alt'fVAM w ii". in Ho docs ot fear to compareBtock is r unplete In every Department. Cal ami examine Ills goods oeioro iinyiug encwuore. Underwear Clot ling and Gents any one and, in fact, prices with r I ESTABLISHED 18 5 9 Mutual Lifs Insurance Company, AS The Largest, Safest and Best -- d Company in ihc World South-wester- n EgJ 00 The Oldest Democratic Paper in Kentucky. halt'-saviig- 1 ASSETS $119,000,000. F&l d Policy Eoldors 240,000,000. &- -r luimedta Heirs Nonforfeitable nfter ly on receipt of proofs of three yenraaud all claims palrf death. con-trar- A. 'A DAVIS, run. 5 Agent, Hickman, Ky. I'. 1'rrtf. It. X.. Devoted to the upbuilding of the City of ii. IlUCIiIA, Hickman and of Fulton County. (MIAI.Tr.EH, AI.UXAM1KR (M HICKMAfi SAME. 1IICII.TI.1X, HX. Mii-l- i ens-tom- s, J bar-tier- SUBSCRIPTION, CAPJTAL, Mo MtuUilj ot -- ' ? - 850,000. J'I"0,,,1 l til. d thereji.-T.Hpmiii.- hU"rf K. S I ffiiHe luisBth..rMJ A I I III BV B-- B m W ."' tJ 1 '""TnWB- P1T AT n iiiiii-iirni- '' i '."'''""'" iu ... luiun ..r Bx Urollf.uM. nuilt (or lMiltnr ttrt of rhts. ppf nsnl.( o( .r f.ur m.i.tln .lMcniilr.1 l r. prr (cut pr o.atu. r(rlml an, ,,). far Ju.infM, rt.p'cifully Millrlt tl t4 . - B-- a A mT 1. lU.UU h. Miji J. T)T'H,jn01:01R,S j. m. in: :d if. w c. V. COwoti.u Johnson r n.:;Tr.r.:t. j w r. AM;snDirB. AM XAMIKH. . A . 1 Mr . 4 AT r T. HXRTWECK. 1U itAM'KACTUnKKS 01' TUT. CEI EIlttAiy.t) d. i. rrzijR y& & CO. E3 t33 CO JTJ ,, ...i y SUBSCRIBE NOW! f, 5 w oo pre-elud- ""atfcJTyyjMfySSafc HIOICMIAJtT, KE3Sra?XJCIC-Y-. CO Jif- -- Ui HICHMA1T I WAG03ST, 1 r y. s-,- W T. . $Z2LJL$ mn wayn, e & Oo, DSAI.KHS A What to Buy? -- i TSI a. - hltUO: MEWOINKS, BOOKS, 8TATI0.Ni:ilY, and Hclirnl Ruppllei. OOOUH.TOYM, aed PICTOHI ' I I odrier Job Offiee execute Job Work with neatness Domestic Sewing Machine. I IKunc wrl'ltKMCIUI'TIOS A i I.tqUOIlS, or Mfdltal NPIItlALTV. Riipei-inr.(U'- i Is thoroughly equipped, and prepared to Mm I Vit Mmj Statue, KENTUCKY, Flfit, i (Corner of Jaokson antl Kentucky Streets,) and despatch. HICKMAN, ll new STOCK, oat and out. lEUMa rei.onable. Patronage aollcllrd SOTJE.L Bill Heads, Letter Heads, Note Heads, Statements, Envelopes, Ball Tickets, Business Cards, &c., &c. (OJIJIKIttlAI, r1" illlib UKIS (or LU nct30ly KINGMAN & BOMAR. FURNITURE. FURMITUflE. -- rc.'i-iu.- - im-i-m gTEPIIENS DEAI.EIIS & IX HHYLER, t. . t Furopturo and Undertaker's Goods, HI0KMAN-1 . DOUGLASS J3R0S A. A. FAJR1S KBNTUOKY, Furnllur al rreally T-- " I GIVE. US A TRIAL! CllAlHi, jfOCKRKS, TAII,F.a, BUREAUX, WASIISTAtWS, WARDR011K CHAM OUR flffr.V HATTRESSRK SPRINGS it., trial and L" conrln'td. Anl we gr"!'8 nur prlrea tobp iho InWfut (lle n OOODS, and illerount all nnifa. hST Wi'tff luadiinrlrMon UNDKRTAKER'S tllhn in iu'l 'ne. we enrrr a larae lino or Wooden and Melallle Hunal CM . Plain, WEppi'l'I'.'UNn 'iall Rracba.r II. .1 Medium ardl Fine .11 llm. nrtv full KH'!ini and Job VfoTk a epeclally. m 3S . . .riw , " mwm V 1 ' f K W ATCII K. CI in,'. 4. . I. D. A'lnton, ralsciron hind from $.'J,G00toMr,00. ihilse i?000. ItRtlKjl'VUTKIUl Hill ...... Ulcorn, H. J- - Nontinii, raised on land tlonnorHjTlillltloI'oliionlrR. ItrurltlrstliQ whoio ojMtni, and btiulslirs all lthcumMlo much-needefrom t?lli:,00 to 813,200. Kaiso Clocks, Jewelry, Musical Goods, Watches, tail Nour.lBle ptlus. Wo ywrsateo It. $1,700. J. W.UOWOILU DitiBKist. J. ! UihiR, raised on land from $300 to j;uo. Katse 200. Slock is being .subscribed to It. O. hat her, raised on land !mTCI.f! organize ;.i bank ut Troy.i The from $7,200 to S,000. Kaiso $800. irantrd furlhcr time in nbteli to prrient no bank is to have a capital of "if '1 J H atm. Jku fJC 'K" Sam J. Ileyman, raised on storo tliolr olliclal Itnmla. beuefltti-d- . 31,000 have 50,()OO, and already citv ritiNTtso from 4,O00 to $8 000, liaise 4,(MK). Oulcw near N. & 0. Depot, Cor. 7th and Moscow Avoiino. : : : : I t : If the i!00,000 ncrcH of Ianil to been subscribed. Tho bank will : : : : t : t The Finana Committee rporll th".t Kob.I'nllpy, raised on land from JalHIv. 9 he thus let'lalmed belonged to one ( ; Mr (leorge Warren, editor of the HirKM"! open for business in the spring, mnn, the loiee and railroatl would 8(300 to S0O. Unifio 300. Col'lii'lt, iniKi"e lo pntili'li lli Onin. 11 ,Ias. I'errj, raised on land from procie-lintt- a 7TI10 Hickmnii Courier fniots he built without tho Rligliteat Inr the prtaent enr fur S76 00 a iifgistiatlou law, ami mo join it tiouble; but, there being bo ninny $l,r.()0 to el.870. ltalso t370. On motion the proposition Jer annum P, Ma accepted by the Mr Varren vra legisla- rtud'owuers, raised IIOtllillL' tllllt the hriugiug of them RATZS. himiiIITIllTO is lii'cnino l.iri- - tmiltpa luaHklug giveneM body of reined;, together na tho mind is the great money from ,,000 to on notes and of ADVERTISING 8,000. Kaiso Council tor us pome to otto lownn tuvu)i, citv tax ma IPSO. ... . tl'J f " mill lairii' Oaeralniaifi, rllicsnKv whereby tho illegal inter may ho obstaclo that Is likely to defeat ajri.000. On mmlnn, tin revenue tax " ila hall t.lMMn se .ear Hoom- - tho cuterpiiHo. Tailor Ikird, raised 011 land from and funded debt nlrlflir was for city - U w cmtrKiT iiiiiii i ot'ii i piuoK, pruiu or kipt from voting. (Fulton One fjMhl ted at Jeaf Tho plain truth in that there are $13 5rrOtoM,i50. KaiseiJOOO. J.. eirMla " " lerlleaiafl, II partiaare ainliitioii. Tim kliitl of pri.to ili,u V'VB' $1 ftO on each and ef rry 1 10O 00 worlh of i)r.AM;n ix- Tianalaal v oil) r want the Jesse Wliitescll, raised on notes properly, and $1 &0 fot poll lax Iwh, ni.l IhwiiUm, fin, t'U per Iwti nth put ion zca Ikiiiii' iiiiltitile, i great ninny who ttutMe fretful r"tth, lei co built nud their lands reclaim-ee- . and money from $2,000 to $7,000. CuLLI'ilB TAX. JIIIUllifil. r f r n.lt.ali.4 al.eilaa. if iIoi-- rout II Ittlio Minn, I'cruiif ,:'v'xv' er.5, or truiil.Kil with ff ap,is itt..w On m nllon, lli Council pro'odil to who see the gxeat benefits to Kaiso $5(100. Same assessed on IM.ala, leal Ulrlr.fi mtllm nf ...Ulna ralra, adlltloaial lliey urc Iioiih iiiHlitiiiiniiH nni) ntr 1 11((1 Wlrdy .Colic, Twilling r.lni. or .111 la. a.te of CO renin on eaili nnil eitry h.t(e ley a JXi-STUf- fil,. K1 rcHult, who nro liTldiug back ex- furniture fcVOO. FMNTS till) llt'VClllplllCIlt I afreet-eat- , HHMlNtillK tCIi)th DUortlntK, can ! lllltaailea, ree.lall.ns. a. trllla rellrfd ilOO w wnrtli of properly owned slid con IIIU villi Israel Olurk.raisedon land from Atnli if llae IIIUrli.i(l fur el Ihe--ralei.f Dial ee, M Sanaa oiir own town. la knot licit m once by luinj Acker'n ltuliy Biullicr. pecting others to fitiUHcribe the vtilbjn lie city trilled by white ll.a t Ui.al nullret ft Onlum or afnoiiut of land to Re- $3.200 to $,WH. liaise $000. to pay ii little more, if iirrcmrfcl ;tinccontain boTrlca 13 cvii'3. IWiililno. Malta! coallHUr-l- , Inall per line etiti Bk liniita end a pull tax of $1.00 on each f b'uld by it f. Janicf K. Brittnlu, assessed on and every while male peraxiii 21 years oil cti re It, expecting to gel their own for n liitrrr! t Hour, or plow, or JHC money ud notes $10,000. JTsdTfc-- .: J. W. COWOILU Druggist. 3W and over lor the inirpnao of payhic the reclaimed Ireoof eot. Of course n rugoii, or a pel 01 iuirnvB( or I I B. Caw, 'raised oil West Hick-ma- bonds and interest on the Hickman Col IhiR is n wrong rinlril, and unless or ii J Tho evon it tioiiiit't, or n iIicsh. recent tnx iiHbeflRmcnt of it can bo changed will kill tho eti lots from $1,500 to $2,800. lee Unuds iwiieil by llie elly In c"rd- mill of olnthcH, If tln-Mill Iip waul fcHlm, If RPRESCPfrlOTNS .t.A atllli a.n nr. atf Ilia flpniirKl Aatniblv COMPOUNDED. & .. CAREFULLY i i If jaa neat aa.eigpea, Kaiso ct,300. nt eultru county shows a largo in terprise. iiiiiii Dou'iu or iiiniin in iionif, .i..... l( . ai lllll lla..l. Adj, in( population ami t taxable No company or set of people M. I). Johnson, raised on laud of the Slate of Kentucky ajipuitd March II tall nail Malenaeals, ma ...... 1. 1.. "" Zml ni'iiii on ior Riifii iiiiiik" ifno anil i aniniiuiy vnie oi 'I'.... ( If lea I iiu luer alillir.lb arn going to build thin levee just from $3 000 to $10,750. Raise leal ii'ialiDtil xiurn of the cilr of llitk iBl in lit. l.ull.linK n.offlmP t II i.e al Nu Mull, t.8 im$2,150. In t .ti nan, ai an election held at the city hall in If 7eJ a.nl ltn.la.ae Carle, ,,,,, A , for "glory," or for the ccnrrul other place. In cry ilol llll l nok ,H If .at llaltlni 'ar4. Mrs. .Ior. K. Miur. raised on add city (r Hickman, on the 2nd .lav uf i provement of the country; but If lav .M tlall lailtall.at. tlj,. ,,,tl fontfiifza not rnii he kepi from RohiB made, April. ISSS for the purpn"v or ascertain-In- g jet If tHl want SUpplaf teee. up the are stimulated to undertake money from $2,000 to $3,000. Knise If tnn ataat He.ln-a- e CtrriaUre, that mui'li UNtdNtnnce in tllliiU! Ilia wishea of ii- - cipi of aild rily iiiiRlnfR j The tlnrtiire of enpHienm in a tho work in tho hope of making $1,000. la fall, If tal -- ai.t jot MllNTIRt vf HJ lolR, creetiu VHcant In relation to a 'ileril't!on of SIV.000 In aallel4(l4,r. fnaaa.r, tea eerlall.a, deae ia a II. A. Tiler, raised on 180 acres build a College, in ciinfirmlly V slid aot Ikiiikch, mid eveiitimlly exteiiilliiB itrona liiietnreof Afiiran caj'enno money for themselves and big eeft lee tear neale aatl.flnd lr railing at lle of html from $3,000 to $3,000. of th' Ueneral Aweubly. the eorporate llmllHot your town. ieiper in alcohol, mill In pro. money nt that. Raise GOO. AAXITASY OrjICES, AC. ZrXOHHIS El Iiilior Hiitl ocniifiuiy are the cor- - mpnceil a mire euro for drunken-ue- r Hence, on this uinney-inakiuO. Ii. Handle, for Nelson heirs, On motion of Coiinciltrfan f liaw, C. M. Monet of proHperlly and then i'Jr. Connnenee with fi dropH in idea, an organized company comes rATJx-ve'x,uiti;itMeacham was appomiftl amllary officr whenever enterpiino Joih Iiouuh i fittie R.trup ot oinne peel, lie to our "bottom" laud owcrs, nud nssescd on money $1,000. and flue bi"ii'Ctur wit'i direct lima that he with them Mu have a trio that 'nrc rneh uie.il, nnil ineieiiRe to 1'. propoftcs to contract with litem to tr that tle city la kept in gmal and 'rnps, nud in one mouth's timo build this levee nnil railroad for a. K. DAVIDSON. Ii;ntiht. to hriugA wealth in ilR wake. healthy eon litiini, and to alrlctly enforce 'on are cured. This is the receipt so much laud subscription not thoqfnc4 faofTring from Asthma, the ordininct) made aod provided for In permanently located in taluk KIMM'il. 10 tiiuth advertised. for so miieh money, lumber or Coughs, etc. Did yott ever try mich caaes. mail. Tlmso r Ililtnr Dental nil (rnm lon, Unr'tl" A.2ST2D Tlit rtBMISMtOS OSASTID corn, but land. They know they Acker's English Remedy? It is the best Wnrk, of any kitiil, wilt plea a e palnrul irmalnon in toliul lira.li' iiirt aclmri Ths County Judft having been directed can get the necessary money to prrprtlou known for all Lung Troubles, cull on liini. Olllt:e oter Gnw V a.)'ll u llie lift- - of the Inhviiljia GOc bv the county t fositlre (nsrastee nt 10c, court to hive suitable lit "J rl""7 "M" " RmlnVrt complete tho great work on the sold os W. COWOILL. Druggist. racks put up near the court house lithre 8ur!i KlIIV Ding KI.hi. inula Ur fCnt I. ak Agents for Mcrris Macliino Works-Engi- nos and Boiler.- J. 'l I tie an- - whrt'b llir "oit, Couf;l, Crour1, Wliooplny Coacti, laud security, and they have faith the tiirnirr pernilxaian io put up some 40 feet of racks e (;urnt.-Acker' Knluli (iwi.1 li Ii rilrl"?' tcif that tho Increased v'nluo of tho h'trret, north of court Minn Nora Diinntdsmi linn l)IfMI. Ilrnn- - it la llul It imvn liniell ' I'rsnl .?taely a. iiokUire ruto. A Democratic nominee for on a part of holitc. our or Mixioug wmciiiD.. KuM by ' ''tuns iu iiiinttKomeiy pay ineiii. JJIIIIO III M LMIIpllirl to spend tho In prla of i:ieitlc Hll'rra S iun -- a anglO-lStnto Trensnrer is about as likely On motion, the p"rmlilon Is grin led at r I ....... al.... ! a. ... CO WUI Mi, .. 19- - WILL GRIKD MEAL EVERY SATURDAY. ",u"' '"""i Druggist. winter. fori liny o " thalr rratQ ration tn lirtHIl J. W. to be honest as the Republican the plesaure of the city. n,l t iiim.i.iii:! ii. iv I'm 'ii iiii.i ti.urv of tli Orf l AlurnliM li ilia place, but Mis Carrie-Ma- i Garrett has Tom. mi juu rf troubUil lih nr Ji arcTTLUMEST oanraiD If Kach nnil even eandhlato for other Inn (I owner, Tho company nominee for the same On motion, the Finance Committee is or dtnnuf of I'llla iIa0gii.lnturo in August - Dem-"rut- , thus becomes joint owners, ami tho fact that Tato wns n Demolet timed to Wards' Heminnry, rar of Ki.lnr , did rob the directed U sellle ilh lll mirrlT firiil r nr ali.iri alnmllitif 'Ml NMshiillc, Teun. iteptiblican, or Indepeud-MtJJ.- i joiutK Interested with nil others crat, and that Tatotho disadvaut Tax Collector, ami rrortIItoC. Judo. City the Cwuncit at lllllrra if In 00 I KUflr c at J W.SM ' &" State, expected to jump on Dick In building and keeping up tho ago ofwill make to Cw(iU' Mr. Maxif llnrurtt Molt, of nJ iM fr bitlU the Demoeratio nominee Itn next regular meeting lei co and railroad. If they wero te with both feet and deiionitco DniR "tt'e l'ulion, Ky.. who rirciitly trMiT. mjiistt robber thief, tn. tut to build for a 11101103 subscription Callable, honest and popular nom nliol ticrnt'ir, in rrtpiill A communication from the colored citi iiiecs fur Stnto representatives Bniae Indies In different .itRtes t Tate wasa thief, does their interests would cease with nud reference to iiiiiroiii;, Senators will greatly strength tens of ihe city, wilh presented, and th'lr are petitioiiiuc tho State Leihl.t it piot p every candidate that its building. grouiida. waa na" Hi en tho Democratic nominee for einicterv lo a MIk lVnrl Ctitoii.n prrttviuiil luren to grunt them the pilvilege enounces him to bo an honest cjuirulltse comp'sea Tho company now in charge rc'errul "H". Treasurer". nrcoiMpliHlicil , otui; dvllr of Tri'ii-to- ofVotinir on fitientious of taxu- - 411. of Conn, ilraeu Sh.nw, Wilburn and tiara-ac- e, know that they can got tho money vrith iaaiructious to report at the next Ten ii., Im Im1iIiic Iter coiihIii, tlon. ijomo 8nte are, wisely, en-on the land subscription, because "Tun flowers that bloom in tho Mrn. Lulu Klekt-ttN- . eapitjtlists not oul. see their regu- spring" aro in a hurry this year. regular meeting. aim iiiaiuru Mew inuiciiiRiut; niuoMrt I LICINIC TIXXD l...ll.f. .1... ........... ..f I..AI.1.I.M nti 1 -- t: : lar iulercRl on tho money invest- 'Ci Hai n splendid stick of the verv best makes of all kinds of IIarilwA.'(r "" ' ' . , I me MlRheR aVtlelle Allon. Moilie ' " "V"'"" ",""r V iiicy n.ivu Hivuiicii ..I severe cu On motion of Councilman Wilburn the I UITHIIMIO. have limited in Holcombo'fi ed, but also hnpo to realize on tho mate of Maf.ae.uicltx. where tulips llceti"eon tippling homo il fixed al $700 which are olTeredat ONFPHICE, and that the very lowest the market I Ii nvvilin C a dwell, KmIIo Kii.gmnn, ,mt , rucI, ,i.I1i 'ittg 8torc ami am prepared to increased valuo of their lands. tmve appeared. I he bouth nptiears for 188U ustiflcs. All gods guaranteed to be exactly ns represented. WliMinaid- - .I.ariR.are.xiRitliiK.J, , ,, u,r M'ttir all WutcheN, Clucks, Jew- - Ilobidcs, no one has any promise, The City Clerk wa direete.1 lo U"e his in MemphiR thin week. ,, io oe i availing inc oiaie rigtus ot dixertticii in fixini; the eharRe o th" uu,, j ,0 (ril.ry i, iVc, that .1 oil use. I haio nHsuuuico or expectation that tho s mllcr cla of pri'llegc license not spec- MIrri-- r Maud and Kate Kick rallinadx, maintain hcIiooIr, &r. e ears' evperleucu in tho busi- - money can be had on any other tlio iSortli. ordinance tlR, two pretij young hidie of Thin in right, hut there ip n broad and will do llrnt chins work. oasts. Tnr. Nuw York Herald and tho iQed In the recularCouncil adjourned until On motion, ihe s Whvi'iIv, Teun. who have heen differeutju livtMfun biicIi 'iifuin- - nil cuanutee sutistaotinii. Give Therefore, our must New Ydk Independent, two of 8 o'clock, p. m., 23rd Inst. I li- - A. & R. T- - TY . urillla ,..,..,,. i.t.i. ..... , null, 13 talllllfa.a f.lll.tlltf.L'Mllai . .. .., a.l,lnntiiAlltntlll lllftrnilrnvlll(.llfir..An(.t..t. Ia i,. .11 tunrl. tir. nlinninu deal with this, the only propusl tho mo;ArvJucutial papers in the Alttit, m . 'i.,tfi ,..n, homo thin week. Mho woman' rlghtcrR, who .....- .... ... j ciieap'ent. .11 do na . ivil., tiou before them. A common ef Unlfo.sjaapuj-Mra- a IT. h. MeCUTCIIC::. c. itj. and cood work. wnn'ftlie ajavai aapajfiw mr aawai ajaifj at I aarV a nu S'lvnentinr ATJGMEYS "AT fort ami n common must Hmeiitinv"j' to tlio Constitution RulM'ert all tho iiRngea ent nlillslieil 1 Thn Chennpenke & Ohio Kill-tnn- d hi HireR of expeilence for the best make n specially of repairing moio nud control interest iriCKtfl!', Ky, Jan. 23, 1SS3. (Successor to Fiiqna I DeBow,) our bottom giving itfCongress the power to watches. lue Iiiir heen inorlgagoil to tho nf tho an HICKMAN, - - - KENTUCKY DEALF.lt IN' i..a..,.ti..ii.. I or they are going to adopt uniform mnrriago and di- In. At lhii adj aimed mettiug iireeent Council, socictv, hvj Id Miyor day, there were Oeutriil Mortgaire Compituy New govornineiit of human I IX attend to all business entrustsd lofu this opportunity. In one ear vorce lutrs. U. W. IIUOK. Tho Stntes havo CoHill, and Coimcilmcn Kaniagc, tjUnn, JnlM-limpontug nil the liurdeus of titl FANCY STAPLE AND York, for KMi,tMK),(HH). to their care Iiafter it has slipped by, many will widely different divorco laws, but Smith and W ill, urn zeiixlilp upon tho inotherR, w,eR Ortico Furniture Factory. R. II. FToinnn sold uioli they had met it lilier.illy as we bellcie the tendency is toward Tho Anehor line IiohIr have and d.ttiphtcr, of the land. bond. rai).Nttn. nov8 '73 reRUined their trip .Smith out of oer two tliiiUMjud dolliiin woith somii are doing. If owueis of uniformity. W. C. Jiihnaon, Treanurer elect, rrtecnt AND St. I,huIm,;. there it ti cood Rtage. The uniiin of Major Ileinr S. of fancy horses this week. Mr.i lands will themselves go to work, Yki.i.ow Jack lias reinforced ed hi" official bond with II. Huabauan S Frcctaaii lui u'lim-- a repulatiuujautl not wait to be dragged, this of wntrr nst to Cairo nut! the riv IIiiiC, .if .Mil ill M, na Jho the Haitian Government in the W. la. MeCutchrn Cilr Clerk elect, pre- iiiiiiiiiitt-f.- n lltf,',f- - Tr. :: aver'he Ui'l'''' Siniaiml fJiuimln' leieo and railroad can be built ?r sill! rising. h a official bond wilh Ueorge War AXirt'CAT. ATTORNEY-A- T lUCKMAiV, blockade tli.it lias heretofore been LAW, m n reliable denier In laiiei roan, tins year, X rorreRpoiiilent of the Coo-itiK- lt rer, wonld command Ihu mnila ineffectual. The breaking out of the ren, "lire'). lioret's, and i" ilrawing purchasers (O.ltc. : Uif.ittiraoTer Cotrglll't Prog Strt,) 63 Chi motion, the bond E& I'leaae cive me a call of the Treasurer ill ntithg from Puilnrali, of ilcnco of the Demoeratio in'era yellow Icier on the i This from nml Clerk elect were acnple.l by the flate .Ian. -- I'd Raytt the Rtthsitly of Hniitheru Kentucky riu-'- an, here ho siilddistant Slates. Mich-Sa- n HICK )1 AN, KY. W K I a ITK Council, And Ihe same orleitH ti record; Georgia ami to intic, so soon alter her arrival on linked lor I'd d ii ca It & Hickman cottltl lie attached o few otlierR,' neckgeiilleiuiMi, who were delight-ei- l whereupon lite oatli ot oltke wan duly a I the coast of Hayti will do more to mlnlalere I to It K MiHet, and tliereh.i a fuller ioie n. 'hi? Will practice in all the Courts of tti)' railroad Im sine to tie Vott-il- . City Aie wir! I'lilton with their purchases. deter commerce from attempting to IV C John in, old Ciilinilter Dlciiiet. nartii ular Firal Jtidieial blitriu anil IV. L. The members of the Cmnliera ly. UiiUm our Dcmner.tlR lino if Homaeiang fmartSI Cily Clerk, ly Mai or Co gill enter Haitian ports than all the I a., land I'renliyterliin church at Hick-ma- ...Mlllliri' I.... HI. Mll ID litem l.i no, " r.fl1i.,.ili .? r.niiir.ih iln-paper proclamations that could be On motion ihe Council adjourned. Attiat, are making an organized ef Ihoroughly honest and rPRpoiisIf !,,,,,. Having purchard Mr 1' T GuWr's SALE AND LIVERY STABLE issued. m,.r,.nintH. ma.b an assign-lile- . W L. McCUTrilEN TO- C. C. stock of Hooks. Stationery Fancy fort to htiild a church house nt u- - w n .inim. tho stlnit of the I ate iiuiiir Q.,ar,i. (iooda Ao.. 1 wit continue In keif on Huh place. If they Rueeeed 1 1 The laws in Texas againt prize will prove grently injiiilotis t f 'ion. he'eoniln'i: 'the aignee. The T-1hand at the old ainiid, acomplcU lina ol FA1US & PARKER; In prent'iit expectntiouR, purtj vote. We don't know that ,,. ropoited at nhoutp fighting cannot be regarded'ai very L ' SCUOOL BOOKS, It will ho limit hlrs Hiiiiiiuer. Two practical primers and experienced ,, .".;;.i. r.r.Tj.., .in. ,i.s ..t.i.c ......, ,,... STMEET KC.NTUCKV formidable iut now. Four indinHHpnH between' alt ,t STATIONERY, ami irui.iNi:i.i.irrKi n country pnbl deaire tn be -- orth prve.-a-l tlinusnntl Tho iUPHti. m if rcinuiihir the, sswsrxrER'i constantly ou band for hits viduals of Kl 1imi offer 10,000 to paperuliers caay tcrmi, purthnee necepl the The firm hnsl hrocu or mil or will on KCErs mile MA0A?lSES,4c nick-- l coiiniy site froaie Troy to Union , votes in this juncture of the Pr.j1)U .,,. ,j)lif, ,Nlll0S8 Sullivan ami Kilrain to come to hindur). nianaccni'iit and mechanical mirk Any of th shove not inaloeli wilt HOUSES, llUOaiEtJ and HACKS. in iikiiiii iiKiiiiiiui; inn uiiuii , .' "'"""j- i until ii lew moiiius, iiieir siih-- ' that citv and fight forthcchnnipion-ship- , of a reliablet papr. llent of recotnmeii 1 priiinpily preonreil upon ajJii' ion. be Hitvine purohaaed the stable, horss's a.. C , .. , I A l.,ti...r Itnnn !"UMimilt am tPA lift.- f lion a" to t people of Obion county. Thn Let; j liritlan cnararier am i.im U tillf UJI1MIK Mrril 'fliey guarantee that there neM (iiialificatiooa. Come and fee m and enure oMtfii of IT. U 1'lummc '" The railueah dty eouurU per- - ic.w,, fro,n Groemille, Miss. Sineois ankt-t- l to enact tho sicc X -- S V- -' we continue Ihu butlueii, and se21 J. CLINT ELLISON will be no interference from the au"PUBLISH nitS." Address, lii'ii the.i litne. apparent eolictl patronage' essar.i legislation to enable tho inn ine pcopie in inai en.i :: thorities or anybody else. They wieklitt- - Ky x nmrii aiii. mmv l'Oll mm ilP ly, lii'ou doing a fair business, ami tho nntnositloii to peoplenfth.it county lu lote ou HALK. TUtlN ItKlllT proOMj to leiiuuur-- e themselves by $00,(100 aid to the PiidiiculiaS IIek5 their liabilities must havo been the propiihltiou. hjickman fvjarble Works, y and expect to secure the man rallioad, eoiitlltioual thai thai contracted elsewhere. The new Mn.ior Rlarls out reduced rates from the railroad their New Laces, 111 OK MAN, AT hew iug tn the line, letting the chips company contracts to locate '""''' rpHK C01'RrNi:KIIIl heretofore ex companies machine shops in I'.tduinli EVERYBODY! New Kmbroideries, 1, latlnj; lietwren J. J ( Hindu 'nut and ATTENTION, full where they may. tho last n brick or Mono ilepoi, freial" I) II lliirntti, under tlit fl'tn n inn of B. C. New Dress Goods, meeting lie refused to approve the il"al llotidiinoit I houses. kVe nud subject its prog Mating hnui-li- t onl lli rinrk HlVcry and New Dress Trimmings, KENTUCKY. Wnr South wi:ht er In liim'-cr- . lliirnett aiw null tindMr J. HITJKMAN, OKAtta IS ImmiiIn of certain nfliecrs because hat liern dl'iilvcJ alt Hi -enies to local taxation. Matfii.ni- - (iriicaTT, I '" la? plepi lo New Diess St.ileB Prints, Itiman anh Ameiiicin M.inni.f J. C lloiid'ir.tn: uil a ttie all the unUtuul iemy oM frlaiiila ami rtiatonieia New Dress Styles Ginghams, jon ib pilVr. Mi: A Tilldone when repairswant All pcrona lioldi'ig elslnu llONUMh'Nl'S. 1UMB ANH (1HAVE A inu eiliiieu a nnea red ah bnndsmeu.l il Ilcmitl, Cnlt.iM, .V;.'., ou or quire tho cnmpnny to call l.i'ta-ca- fri-Hl-i New Wraps, T Blackmnlt'iinK KKXTfCKY ajfaina a. id firm nill plrnv present thens This is good hiw and good policy. bTOXEo. VIviii-- i on lliniti: .uoiig, ic I also liep full line of fno M frights anil passengers Now Jackets, and all iadcbied tn u will rail n id M'ttle. IlaJ Uvihrry Hrad Wgm will tIU in eiookj u line lot of Do nut forget tho claims nf ciiarne, J. J C. liOXIUJItANT, New Woolen Hosiery, aAVINO Italian .llarhlr, I am d iiun """ A better bolectioa of Gkxts vim eerjf ily. Undortabor's Goods, I). 11. UUKNE1T our adifrtUers, The person who would save money b giving if jais if n. m. Mirnir.NY. New Cotton Hosiery, loflll lillorJers. tail auJ exuuilne Onrtimtin Koaevvnod, and Solid Blac WaK Goods and IIkauy Madk Hickman, Ky 13 never reads the advertising cnl. duciili $(i(l.0(K) rather than aiceftt New Cotton Goods, ('i.oriii.(i, Roots, Siioi-a- , , inv worx nut iJoliia and Cis's, w hi'-l- i can be fittetf Hath, Orders from tts, country promptly up on hort ictlce, and at rcinonaUe The ofHeo of Representativo Now Flannels, linns of a clean paper misses more the snbsldv asked. Suiel, it i Cai"", &c, than we have in our Ful-toi4ll-- d than ho nr oho thinks. Oar pa the enemies of Pad a call's In Hi 'i in the Male i.egislatuie is upon to (illcw. Oi'C w s cs'l New Carpets. We Mfttn what ve my ! that Stock. raay2f the aspiriilious nf nni citiceii of troiiR nre icll.il do ami for lour In that aro higgling over such iifr Shop in West Hickman. New Oil Cloth, Jennie Halt and her husband, John P inay'JO-Jwe will sell these goods down at Pulton and Ilickmau cuuuties, but terests, their iutctesls and our in Hall, Now Towels, llomiiiiiic Tlirlr llllalllr HOCK BOTTOM PRICES, and by courtcy it belongs to Hick on we nakvou tmttulgnoro 2eiv Napkins, PrnhiihlT iiii one. tlitna Petition hx parts. . ... Ya are . Now Table Linen, f7arosVe 8ttif(tctim. ' " a if..nar.il rVivi.1 (11 .1 irjllfi.- -I U a- -- - man county this time, if that connTo all tc.oni it mux eonctrni lit il known, headijlinrtcrs for all kinds of Rubputs lorwatda candidate. Ihero Now Silks and Satins, iMoticow lynching of three i.Mir UruRt-lnrea- nr an lli'lr pivb'K twv ' jt.V The reported 18ih day of the hI loiyiiover was a timo when it was not i.iia itinnra 'nnv Shoes, ber Goods untl Gum Coats, and al- that uti sillie ieillioneraJanuary, lst, Cir New Cuslom-Madspace to rmuif all articles, but no roe rle.1 li'eliii Mie periouaat or near TipttmiiMe. last Iran tlr Kill' lli"verjr liir I n 10 ino interest 01 ino peopio to lAKr.N UP AS A fTUAY by Alex'.- NOtrouble to sho rooiIu. S'lii OlerU' uiKronf ihu comily their ihi Intent st.lo NOVKLTIICS, ways keep the best brands. week which was printed in many Lmniiiliin Ttitilr linilf la a'lillilr e' Ltwsim, I i l"ir uil the heal HI 8"i- Come and see, atthe sorner of Troy select a good man for this posi- - and tho se'28 lillon prnylng lhat Ihe aild Jennie Hall .1. AMMaiin'M SoSn. V 1.0 lI'AYTa" VOS- at tho K of the daily papers, In a dispatch in ihi vry vlnallo nnic'o In jtlnn, bul this ,car fra" liid(. alioiil lu nnlcn et nf Hlik" be a Ijudteil a fent rolt, wbh power to liar, and Moscow Avenut. East IlicVuifu, than any ni SUILK I'llICK. from Mp man, 1 nllon county Kv . ONE SOKUKLf in. turns out to iu il thu Nci llini II Cninrli nxrv mu ne. ,ior 25 years pitsit, moio impoitant enjoy, stdl and cmitey for her own benefit, il is I it'll". Aatlun IIOI-- H, lateen Iliads Inth, lu or Yi OOMMISSIONER'S SALE. any property lie may own or acquire, tree '.'"IT'1"! eaiiaid. So. nlso. is that report llroiuliili" Croup nnil nil llimai ami Ini; tn thu Democrntiu party Unit a jcaiKOiil .villi uliiie "'iU In furehiii, and fa out ibecnlm from Missouri of an irate father lUiMi-- illlUklv carta I'll ran m rl.tiuia of her liuhanil, t thoroughly competent and good SONS. Fo'tim Circuit (hurt, Krntucky. lo make coiitracla, sue and lie eued to uiuta no-- u and white on bin I leira. No killing Ids own daughter and two Iw'iiro Inn !': t'y K1"1' '"I! " trial I'oltlofrf man should be elected. Therefore, pirccliahlo, and oilitr niarliK or plead and lie limdead; I, tn S'oulru to W L McOulelicn. a Ini'r of T. M. 1 young men. 10c lanje fUu ft l.7fiy ootile wir,in r a in courtesy, Hickman county 1st uppraiaul at 76 00 tr hold, to enjoy, todUN)e of property and Ireuoh, ilec'.l, I'lalnliff, .v rr 'v ii Uicii undor my hand na Judge of Ihcf llrst privilege of) f MIT In every wav tn n ihe Hine iiri tlioiuli Sr Mr. J. W. Slraughan, Jewel Salnt Pulton County Court llna I'eo 6ih, The preneher has hisninlipiir conceded thn we earnestly urgo Tr, J &,m alie w.n n uiniiarrl'il woman TJ Wl'ron llttmbr ami Vfe, DeP.lt J er, has recently located in Hick miming the man, L. A m'TtTinv iviicttlml In tluKoit JOSHL'A NAYLOlt. hiimlred once w llie Democrats of Hlokiiian unun- (liven under mv hand as Clerk of the' , H UV 1 T'.T 1 H f T II) ilrtue of a Jo. Igiuenl ami order ol .. fl..,. .,.,.. man, ami is now ready to repair of two or threo Tho .,,, liril.iHI, that A S , rWsAiB iwicu a week. ft WLW S.4A pL' jalcopy Attest, W 1 Tavtoa, CUfk. uewspai(i' a. ,......, al...I.. I .1., .....I 1. .... irj lltl. " ""' 1.1. i.f lIlA ll.llnM ,!.. .... !..... ...... .I... I I'lilton Olrvull Court, thla lHth day of , .. in iiu. .ii.-i- i ii.'iiuo nun uui.i 4w w Jewelry, watches, clocks, &e. All , the United States government Vlll.u.t has an itudieucu of iewi( w January. 189. tt .. ...... . .. Illlajl- ho asks Is a fair trial, as his work mini thousand; it is nu four ir jtdgether, to tho cud that nuu nf puichasu tho iblantl of Cuba from ai V. L MtCUTCIIHN, aUuerause, fur (ie ii,rre iimi. Ave uttontn" VNNOrtltKUlt Of men may bo induced Clerk K. O. O will sneak for itself, Mis shop is reJ wenty.Two and Dollars. Willi Spain. it is a critical ainllem'. our ver. best tn beeouio a cauilidato. If they on Clinton street, in the KeremleH audience, Inler'-- l (ilthe rate of tl per oent per n are to liaven,,ium (mm the 21th day of Aumist, I8S3, Tmk building, two doors west of Hiek-ma- n It Is a judge, lawyer, and jur',llwill do so, such u candidate will Tho editor Is trleil, couvleted, noiO-t- f Tho Original Wins. trust. It is to bo called tho Hotel luutll paid and the coata herein, I xlntll Hank. ii wiiik i.M, tiou int. iicmi in 'Vt lie ""ou ml C 1' Simmon., St. Louii, Prop1-7- 1 aiiuilted in huudicds of horn mi vii of thu county well served., Mutua AiKi.mnt on nud U a most prm.v. oner loraaie at me i.ourl nouae Sarah Iloaen writer and her husband, Louis terests A tiinmonl.i.crlltr(iciae,t,l'J ., , . lllrkninn, Ky., to Ihe hUlie'l bid- ltonenwater, .. ' door in Tho dwelling house of Mr. holds, lie in it fool or l. hi'iiNii ua,,i. IT ii ', in tl e L ! Cni it ciruTi J. l'lroaoiiing world-wid- e in its scopo. nicsclictnoiori., PuMIo Auction..,.. Monday thellth on 11 Aili i, l'ro. r A fl Sui'inonl Lie-- r Jasper Kd wards, on tho Dyers-bur- lellow nee ottllnir totholntollrttl1""101. '" '"ll '." l" ,U)crt m day.d I'shruary. m, at I ooloik, l' M., 1'clltion i:x Itefuiatur, list d by AilinifciS, ,,. M A. s road about 3 miles from of his reader. The highly ciiti il'ruco' ,1,1.1 ,, ,0,,,,,UM' 0IU'8' ,.,..,ri originated ill England. ........ ...... - M has for 47 Ta a,,.. mipii 1. null .,.. .,, ,,. 11 . l"i'v-'"r (..d.a.ni.., ii.Ai.....n.....u unun ,i; if, To all wnm it may tontirn: He It known, G I V 1 Ul any V 'V of T A City n, ii. Cored Inku tsrloN. IllllOlaim; nill.liui loill4 viilllllj Illiil-nini- i il aiiii.i'priiil fn III. mi nil ,1 Iniii'iv xrlitln it IH iiiiih iirnin allila iniM i upon " a oi six ruonuia in louuirinic that nu the 18th iliv 0' Jniiuniv, IS".), Ihe (JooJn do'iversd .euii ihe D.trtraU.MCK HSADACIIS,! 0I pirl described priioriy, lo wit; fn.it certain above stvleii auiltlnncra lile.1 In the l;ir- alrrsTiTS, Solk Stomach, Kt. tire Tuesday inorulug. Fnrtanate- - and cnndcmulng, forgets that to J'" , l ";? 'hailLin1, 8olfo is1 Iter T ll. itrinii, 1'utor.M. U. ntl isiiu villi: una uenn I in ruiioaI .... nlpla'a .ilhiiMlir llila f.iiiilv lliIp tia ir.ii " LlU ly soldo lUtiiilA wiiii were worKing tuougnis oi inu newspaper iiw cotiiiiiHont and worthf but lotitrl or .ICWiS, Adam., IVnn., wntc:"l ... I 1. . .1 ' .1 ......1.. tliink 1 ahoulit h jtc ten dead Dul ma. I ... iniirri.e 3E 2 HO"a!H on, praVIIIB III II III uilil iiemn .k i.iiin I.. llll nilM ny. rusneii io tun nroiieingHiainpeuiuioineirm ins, TO'iayi tlio mail near P tor )our ucuoint M. u ain... the herein, , mop Liver Mttltclae. I h , Staple and FailCy llPfinftriBS hyn miataann. Htiuliiv. nioiio UMrUKr ,..., ,1,. water lie a ljinlg"d a...If'mt tnlt, .villi power And ' jour Illaeniulllihip; and general 1.1. rescue and soon extinguished It a part of their thoughts, a par.of , . .. ..,. . 1,1.,,. .... 1, ...I... II. (ubitilure .!.. 10 OM- riij'iy, ecu nii'i eoii'UT ' ,1in, inriieruwi, ., ,i,.- - ., U"fi 'inmeiirrict had toyour Medi-- " e ",,MU " j "' a,r WiHrlsr henelil. anv tiroiNiilv alie mav own nr no 7tin a .lull 'for !iiu "iiiliiry line I ho funis wo know, tlio Fulton wiliu, wo i always nl ... il.a .J W 21) r,,.l.l.. ul III . , hIVar"v" "V . cine, b t it don't sol vr Uw - '.'.U. .. I I... nl inre iree i.hui inc .'laini nr- "iniiii" !' lt..R ..vt.,... ..!. '" ik,o Any of our citizens Having w a. U iiurnoie ' .b f COUIIl.V WCIIincrillS aro UlspOHOU 10 .::,',": Hiieklrn'a Arnlen Ni.l.e aaaaaaaav 1( l Hill piai'O Bllll hU"ll1llll, lOtnaHO POUlr.Ct" SI1H IJTMII Dr J. II Orre,,nditor Tit ll"0fLtl surplus capital that they desire to Tnr llrsr SiLva in the worM for r , conuuo. wie usage. r-a, uii-i- ."af nl, Memphis, teno mure or ie. i r inn nir ane o ao ' bC- -0 tn pie.iiati'i ue nip e.ii ei ti. . iiiiiiiaiiu n a3Ui"r. a aaiLuuaDl VOUll i.CI r.,i,J and Cornn of Ob,.' j fx,i, i,trtt) ohaaf price, the nurrhaaer. will, muir.ive.1 ,,te.. in I ..Id. tn ei.l.iv. .,, .I,a,...,r nron invest prolltalih, would do well to nrulsen horn, Uloera, Hub Itlienm - r M iliclne, hv uwJ halltl 11 of this Eod P( tu8 """,,, seoority or securities, mint ex'CUle hon I Priy . n I In eer wivtuil'u the siiiiip as IIIOKMAN. consult the HlflKUAN CouitlF.il Soies. Teller. Chuu.oli" Ibuidi 01.' Ihi- - ".? A fV Itnorkll Its cnAim. i wain ,,... ,, ,,,y llf bhIc . ,. . w. ' T I.v many 01 me ocites vuiere me UH,irilll, i,,.,, ...i .ii uii'.. lit t ii i l.ncr Ilriiiilator and - iieB nru korrowiuur lev 'r. , .. .im1! nu uiii ,., hi. i... i Information, "'"i... iwiia. " A bottom Prices My for beuetleial (iuoil I ' r no more of cilia's muWiq .!.,. nn c"rv viu or "" 'V 'l " Igiil'ituros are III sesSlull tUO IllOSt uiiiilpHd. mid -huvliu thn iuivii amip eilet .liven niuier c,(rt,hand in Clerk of the .,,,,.. Work atf curlositi-iuonirerfre' J .iuua v.. l need iintilv. (wo u ..,,..,..-- , prmniucnt subject for ili!ii4.uii and ' J" '. llul Ur win i ,,r-- . w r.ili.... lr...n " ,n" "K t0 r" I" !,rf'cl thh the 18th day of " Wnt I ' KIIOW tli.ll ll, llltllr I t2T r.il.t, nOK:gn sutcla'tv ga W cuuply iromiilT . tli tis"e lernw. 'if, .,i.iS or iiDiiey refinided. )""''?' IHS'J. considcratinn iisrotorm in il... ..I..n practical, earnest men, might learn box For B3 by J. iv. Cowdii inm-- T iwwi" Eunule8 Rl sS lUIIN F. GHAY ff p.TvYLoit, w. L. McCUTCIIlIN. ' niar3i)-l- f Mwur Connatnloucr r. 0. c. oinelhliig udvoutageotiH. J.W.GOWOlLL, l)niggit. (lion lw of their roipwtivu States. Klit. CUrk r. c.C. j,2V4w giinran-tef- j. ,?. BURLINGAME, HIOKMAN, K.Y. .4. Tin: i.i:i:i: ami Tho Troy JSiilMlng mid Loan AmocIiiiIoii linn lii-coiciinlzod, rinlii Tiailf, nti.l Jlfaiiiiiilrrajlnnillnt;). nnil no hood us tlio noccARMij print- Tho Hickman anil Tiptonvillo fit iruttrr I'ltn lioROttun will lioyli' I.cvco untl Unilrnnil Is tho most iictlve opiuatloiiR. benoflcliil enter-priR- o Tlio Illinois IcRlRlatur" Jins Important nntl poRRlblo to thin linmcdlato prtDscil h pill making 2 rctitH pur out of every to inllo tho iiinxlinuni luilroml faro Hoctlou. Talk thenine overflowed pormere In nnil Torn woikIit tho ronJa niiulo ten fai tions of Kentncky and TenlieHBee no ojipositlon to it. and ItH hnportnnco iiikI bcuctlta nii.ioit. ICulsedb-- , ti,v NiiiGrvlNUfN. ThoJfilloivingnBRessmouts wcr. rnlsoil Iij tho County Hoard of L.jIaJa '!. l"JHg.'SS-- ' I iiaii.ia.Lf.i.1 ... i" y COUNCIL PROaKHDINGS. Hickman, Kr., (Jorlnell met. X only orn Itonirdy lVVjyO c. niooj Hlilr tLeKnip. ItUfcTMwUlrociiMfor n,0'J'1 U fa nte ndmltteil nud apparently I.nt, pntwitlifltnndlng this fitvornlilo public doutiment, tho proRcut effort to reclaim tho lauiM nltinctl nud tn build u rallioiitl on tho proposed levee. nrouiUes to bo n total fall- uic, and all buoAORo of the lack of on tho pail nt me owners of Intitln to ho ho greatly d I'rerf'nl. Major Cowciltj Supcrvhora nl tlicir session last Colincllrncn, Hamate, I'irlier, Sliaw, and WHbtirh week: 4 14, The mlniilwnf the mcetine or 8. y? Lnlon. raised on land from 1881, nfier b'in "o amniilril ai tf fix lbs VifiOO IOcJ,3oO. Italso $8."i0. Tiia". firtt niaellntf of tlio Coilnctl In lxKln V. II. Ileasley, raised on land .lay, lh Tlm tnnl., anil etfhr nllernnic W,.VK to .7 1,375. mrlln from Jtnlso $875. Tucnlay th'rtfift'r, and IM Same, railed 011 money and notes of Jan IBth, Isfty, nera tead, appioteJ Docrt nil and aigncla L000. lh Jn. 2-- 1880. Hlekmaa llmlxtm Works. ' 33 AST Jn. Jno- - W. Morris & Cb 'gBOPBIETQBS, J'i;ii,'f"r h iiicKaiaViv. KV. rll.l II kinds of, Mnchlno Work. Repairing dono with Noaini'ss gum an e nil ire (lo atld Despatch. Alt0Wb. gilt nttitfiiction. HiiVfUfr; ACCOtKT Ideated wRh new toola, nml the betit Machinists in tho Th following acrnniila 'e proanled West, lie solicit a share or your tiade. properly approved, whHi mi inoilnn were alluwed' ami rlietV.n orlrcil iMiied for ihe Wo nro agents fur Saw M,nBt Riiidneii nnil Iloilerp, Iron Pcucnr, aiiinnnlA: ConiiBh Work, Cjlitnler Staie .Saws Shingle and Heritling T, V Wnltae.. for.)llln rrionera, J2 10 Saws, I'mnps of all kinds, &e. C5 C. A, llolcnmiio, lamp clilmny, ic , orricrat.' rowWORK AXD M-WICTAVfi SAWS On motion. lhc aiilmrilinale ofCcera were BOiLBt. 1 Is . THE OLD A. -- )' 11 CIIA. RELIABLE! tn IIOLOOA1BE, lll h 1iina. y it-all- llll tt Look at This 'jsncj n y . . tsr f- -a !. n" tJ,., ,.,, ,,,, ft.t.,.i. ,,,, ,, F ST 3IOKMAH SON, op ... MaMTGJWO. W. COMPJLIY, Prop's, Courier Job Office. ""LOCAL iNKWST" g Fine Buggy Spoks 2r. y COB1T nBJLL. j. Ixaii-altiilir- il ,."Y "en I.lr v cot-ons- RELIABLE MM oyii-gtlm- n B. NAM Jo wclry Sho p 1 -1 . ,,.,, ,,,,,, ' ,xt, .. I', ROOFING A SPSCIALTY. land-owner- - c vt nnmrm M LER land-owner- f GROCERIES Confectioneries, W !)nn-orutl- d ti If MURllELU man-of-w- ar n, ,, m HTBODT 7 Trea-itrv- r, ilfew Book Store. iiiitt.H w!d im ,, . o 'Clll i.iki: C(ifi KJUU Wanted! y ' k pall and Winter fA lll-li'- l '.... mi' - ill O, gate-mone- Dissolution Notice. A. F. OLJVESy sum ,t RAMAGE, d wmm 1 b t' Emt-Nisiti- pro-pie- Cirouit Court. . I I w.""diestflbkikk -- S a Fa.mily Grroccrics. it' Stray o ';.' a J. AMBBRG'S ininT! Iff at r- V - ,,,, ,,( I liotol-kcepc- rs g ...... 1 Fulton Cirouit Court. GROCERIES HICKMAH! -I Buar FiBMf Ir I A Frosh ClUpply 1 1 1 1 j ffJffiSX .- -i I I I 1 H ....'. 11 . -, ." """' . ,,,, TO "-- -. -- .- . 11 I .... ".. " tJ<VCouZ vw UrS!XPxlnJrZ? ..ip... ,.. ,,. !... J. F. GkAY'S, T :",. a,"?'1 F """. jH M t f ir TAMIAfiE'8 SEK5I0N. Follow tho Stimo Trnok Your Loved Onos Went 'oln Tliein In the Internal Ton WniiM i u ." j Faith and Tribulation. z,kIlnash.sl Vvu by thoso Ions; shsJows of bereave Ilev. T. HeWItt Tslnisje prenchail In the ment across this nndlencs? Why Is It that Brooklyn Tabernacle Sunday. The subin every assemblage black Is the predomject of tlie sermon nai "The March Home- - inant color of the apparel 1 It becne aril," ami the text, 1. Samuel, chap, xxz., yon do not like saffron or brown or vtuMf e Oh, not You ay j "The world Is not so t. Si 'Tursuo, for thou shalt aurely thorn, anil without fall recover all." Tight as It once wa." And there Is a Dr. Tnlmage said: ,nnt Yol"s, and of still feet, and ,ry ThernU Inleme erclt'inentln theTlllage orioredonea go,,,, M, when you look of Ziklair. Ditld ami liln men ar bidding over the hills, only beauty and good-by- e to their families, and are oIT (or loveliness, yon expecting find only devastation and the wart. In that llltla village of ZiktaR """vploir In ashes! the defenseless ones will be safe until the In Ulster County, New York, the village warriors, flushed with victory, come home. church was decorated until the fragance Hut will the defenseless ones te safer The or the (lowers wai almost bewildering. oft arms of chlldron ere around the npV The maidens of the village had emptied of the broil ced warriors until they shake C" Upon one marriage altar. One themsetvei free and start, and handkerof their nnmfcer vas affianced toamlnlster chiefs and flajrs are waved, and kisses of Christ, who had come to lake her to her thrown, until the armed men vanish be- home. With hands joined amid a hind the bills. David and hU men toon audience get through with their campaign, and start In three days from the vows were taken. that time one of those homeward. w ho stood at the altar exchanged eirth for soonKvery night on their way home no Heaven. The wedding march Iroke er does the soldier put his head on the down Into the funeral dirge. There were knapsack than In his dream he hears the not enough flowers now for the coffin-liwelcome of tho wife and the shout of the because they had all been taken for the child. Oh, what long stories they will bridal hour. Tha ,1.1 minister of havo to toll the r families, of how they Christ Is brought Into another village. dodged the battle-axe- , and then will roll He bad gone out from them less than a up their sleeve and show the half. healed week before In his rtrtngtb now be comes wound. With glad, quick stepthoy march hoole lifeless. The whole church bewailed on, David and bis men, for they are him. The solemn prwein moved around marching home. Now Ihey come up to to look upon Hie stilt tsj that once bad the last hill which overlook Zlklap, and beamed with messagea of solvation. Little Ihey expect In a moment to see the dwell- children were lifted up topokat him. And ing places of Ihelr lov ed ones. Theylook, some of those whom he lad comforted In and as they look their cheeks turn role, 'lay: cfjino- -, ttuu loo- - passed that siind their lip quivers, and their hand In- lent form, made the ptce ilrond'ul with voluntarily comes down on the hilt of the their weeping. Anotheirlllnge empttel aword. "Whero Is Zlklag Where are of Its flowers some ofjliem put in the our homes?" they cry. Alas! the curling shape of a cross to syiibollze his hope, moke above the ruin tells the tragedy. others put In the shape of, i crown to symThe Amalckltes have come down and con- bolise bis triumph. A lundred lights sume I the village, and carrl'd the moth- blown out In one gait from theopen ers and the w Ives and tho children of Da- door of a sepulcher. Z kit; In ashes! vid and his men Into captivity. Tim 1 preach this sermon today because I swarthy warriors stand for a few mo- want to rally you. ni Daild rallle his ments transfixed with horror. Then their men, for the recovery of thi loved and the eyes glance to each other, and lost. I want not only to w'n Heaven, but they burst Into uncontrollable wrap. I want all this rongregatl n to go along Ing; for when n strong warrior with me. I feel that somehow I bavoa reweeps the grief Is appalling. It sponsibility in your arriving at that great If the emotion might tear him to cltv. I have on ether Sibbsths used seems as other pieces. They "wept until they had no more Inducements. I mean for the take power to weep" But soon their sorrow of varletv, hoping to reach your heart, to turns Into rage, and David, swinging hla try another kind of Inducement. Do you sword high in air, cries: 'Pursue! for really want to Jo'n the companionship of thou shalt overtake them and w Ithout fall your loved one who have g mef Are ycu recover all." Now tho mtrch becomes a as anxious to join thorn as Pavldand his "double-qu'ck.- " Two hundred of David's men were to join their families? Then I men stop by the llrook Besor, faint w Ith am here. In the name of Gal, to say that fatigue and grief. They can not go a step you may, and to tell you hoiv. further. They aro left there. Bjt the I remarked, In tho first place. It you other four hundred men under David, with want to Join your loved ones In glory a sort of panther step, march on In sorrow you must travel the same way th'y and In rago. They find by the side of the went No sooner ha 1 the Egypd road a Kgyptlan, and they re- tian been resuscitated than bo pointel IS KNOWLEDGE POWER? suscitate him and compel him to tell the the way that the captors an I captives bad An Attack on the Old Motto or Educawhole story. gone, and David and his men followed tional Enthusiasts. He says: ''Yonder they wen, tho capafter. So our Christian friends have gono The aphorism that 'knonlcdgo Is powtors and the captives " poln Ing In the diInto another country, and it we want to er" Is so constantly used by educational rection. Forward ye four hundred brave reach their companionship we must take may almost be regarded men of fire Very soon David and his the same road. They repented; we must enthusiasts that Ittho party. But the Hrst as the motto of enraged company camo upon the Amale-kltls- h repent They prayed; 'we must pray. essential of a motto Is that It be true, snd host. Yonder they see their own They truit'd In Christ; vre must trust In It Is certainly not true that knowledge wives and children and mothers, and un- Christ They lived a religious life; we Is essenttHlly the same at power, seeing der Amalekltlsh guard. Here are the offi- must live a religious life, Ihey were In that It Is only an ad to power The power of a surgeon to amputate a lltst cers of tbe Amalekltlsh army holding a some things like oursslnx. I kno'r, t Unipi- -t The cops ara full, tlie music is they are gone, tberels a halo around no more lies in hU knowlcdgo than roused, tbe dance begins. The Amaleklttheir names; bat they bad their faults In his knife. In fact, the lemfo has lsh host cheer and cheer and cheer over They said and d d things iliey ought never the bettor claim to potoncy of tho two, for u man may hack of a llrab with their victory. But, without noto of bugle to have said and done, they w ere someor warning of trumpet, Dtvld and his times rebellious, somoLpiei cast down bis knife alone, but not with his knowlan aid four hundred men burst upon the scene They were far from being perfect. So I edge alone KnuwleJgo Is not evea useless to power 'n all cases, soclng that suddenly ae Roiwrt Bruce hurled bis suppose that when wo gone some Icnowledgo, which Is no uncommon article fave Hcotcbmen upon tbe revelerj at Bannock-burthings In us that are nosr only tolorab-'lu cur pot ular schools, has no relation to David and his men look up, and may be almost resplendeit But as they power. Tho true source of power Is the one glance at their loved ones In captivity were like us In deficiencies, we ought to be originative nctlou of tho mind which wo see and under Amilekitish guard throws them like them lu taking n supernal Christ to exhibited In tho dally Incidents of life, as Intoa very furv of determination; for you make up for tbe deficits.,; Had It not been well as In matters of the greatest Imporknnw lum m i 1U nglit when they tight for Jesus thcr would fctWalljrfbii. but tance. Tho man who Is sal J to have extrl the Jaws of a big one cntcd a little for their wives ami children. Ah, there Christ confronted them and said: "lam by uoxterously plac ng n pinch of snuff on are lightnings In their eye, and every ,h. way," and they tool It tho noe of tho larger animal exorcised an spear, Is finger a and their have also to say to ysu that the path actor power by his mental resource, aided voice Is like the shout of the whirlthat those captives trol was a troubled only by his courage and dexterity Had he wind. Amid tbe unset tankards and the path, and that David ani his met bnd to been a mere receptae'e of Knowlcdgo be costly viands crushed under foot, the go over the same difScult way. While would huvo been powerless to act; but wounded Araslekltes lie (their blood ming- these captives were be ng taken off, they when be exclaimed to the admiring specfa ling with their wine) shrieking for mercy. said: "Oh, we aro so tlrel; we are so sick; tors: "Youaeo that "knowledge Is power," No sooner do David and his men win vicwe are to hungry 1" Bat the men who bad he said what was neither true nor approtory than they throw their snordsdown chargo cf them said: 'Stop this crying. priate. And hero I am brought back to In the dust what do they siant with Go on I" David and his men also found t the keynote of a former article, which swords now? and the broken families a hard wny. They bal to travel It Our was that "a mbn' success In llfo dor ends come together amid a great shout of Joy friends have gone Into glory, and It U Incompi rably more upon bis capacities his acquirefor useful action than that makes the ptr ing scene In Zlklag through much tribulation that we are to ments In knowledge, and uponcducat on of the seem very Insipid In tho comparison. Tbe enter into the Kingdom. How our loved young should therefore be directed to rough old warrior has to use some per- ones used to have to strnrjle ! How their the development of facultlos and valuable tho suasion liefore he can get his child to come old bearls ached! How sometimes tbey qualities rather than to the acquisition ol to him now after so long an nbsence; but bad a tussle for bread! In our childhood knowledge." None of my critics hava soon the little finger traces tho familiar we wondered why then were so raanv touched upon this cardinal point, and I w rlnkle across the scarred face. And then wrinkles on their faces. We did not know suspect they fear to do so. being aware the emply tinkar Is are set up, an I they are that w hat wero called "crow 's-- f eef'on their as every body Is, that men of capacity and w Ine from the Mils, and filled w Ith the faces were tho marks ol tho black raven pojscslng qualities for usoful action, are David aid bis men, the husbands, the of trouble. Did you nerer hear tbe old at a premium all over tbe world, while wives, the brothers, the slst-drink to people, seated by the evening stand, ta'k men of mere education aro at a deplorable tho overthrow of th Amslckttss and to the over Ibeir early trials, the hardships, discount It Is melancholy to know, os do from experlenco, how ojgerly educarebuilding of 7. king. So, O Lord, let thine the burials, the disappointments, tional attainments are put forward by apenemies perls'i I the empty flour barrel, when there plicants for employment, and how little Now they are coming home David and were hungry so many ones to weight such claims carry in tho selection. his men aid their families a long proces-s'ofeed, the sickness almoit unto death, whre I ojd affirm with contl limoo that, hud 1 Men, women and children, loaded the next dose of morphine decided between acted upon the prlnolple of choosing men with and robss and with all kinds ghastly bereavemont and an unbroken for tholr knowlcdgo rather than their abll of trophies that tbe Amalekttos had gathtty, I should have been surrounded by ac home circle? Ob, yes, it was troulle up In ears of conquest every thing whitened tbelr balr. It was trouble that incomparably loss efficient staff th.u-tba- t ered that now governs the Elswlik vrorks.-I- rJ In the hands of David and his men. shook tbe cup In their hands. It was whloh Armtlmng , 'l Mil'"t'l tfj'UTi". When they came by the brook Besor, the trouble that washed tbe tutor from tbelr placo where staid thmn s'ekand Incom-taleeyes with the rain of tears until they to travel, the jew ol nnd the robes neeled spectacles. FACTS ABOUT WATER. It wss trouble that and all kinds of treasures are there made the cane a neceslty for their JourI among the ! V as well as among tbe neys. Do you never reiutoltir seeing your It Stimulate. IIiH "'retlm, esent Acidity and Aids Digestion. welL Surely, the lame and exhausted o'd VTater la as osscntlal to life as food, ln mother sitting' on sous rainy day lookought to have some of the treasures. Here ing out of the window, her elbow on the deed, It may bo called a food, since It en Is a robe for this pale. faced warrior. window-siltcrs Into tho composition of all the tissues. ber band on her lookHere Is a pillow for this dying man. Here ing out, not seeing the fillingbrow, shower at It U also the common carrier of all Is a handful of gold for this wasted other food and of all the forms of wjsto, all (you well knew sbe wis looking Into trumpeter. I really think that these men tbe distant past), until the apron came up and, by Its perspiration aid ovaporatior. w ho fainted by the brook Besor may havo to her eyes, because tbe memory was too on tho surface, is a chief regulator of tb bodily beat. endured as much as those men who went much for her? The drinking of too little water Is much Into battle. Home moan fellows objected "Who are these under the altar?" tbe raoro injurious than tho drinking ot too to the sick onei having any of the spoils. question was asked, anl tbe responae much, and somo forms of dyspepsia ar The objectors said: "These men did not cams: fight" Davll, with a magnanimous cf gient "Theie are they which came out caused by a deficiency of water la tbe systribulation, anl have washed tem. heart, replies: "As hla part la that goeth thslr roUi, The difference betwoon hard and soft and made tfcim white tn tbe iluwn to the so ahall his part be blood of the Lamb." Oar friends went by watnr Is well lcuowu. Hoft water Is oltbor mot tametti liy tho stutr." puro or suoti un has been a pain or leara Into glory. This subject Is pract cally suggestive to pri,ed If ws have to travel th. sandy ..m. .th. filtered Into springs through a which surme. Tfaauk nod, In these limes a man can j way. hat face solL Hard watsr Is fiat gooff on a Journey, and ba gone weeks j I remark again, If we want to win the MjrcoIated through deeper strata, dissolvand months, and com back and ses h's society of our r(nJ-.u'i:'- n, ws will ing and taking up various earthy salts. bouse untouched ot Incendiary, ond have not only have to travel i path of faith and Tbe difference betweun tho two a imporb.s family on the step to greet him, It by I a path ot tribulation, btt we w III a'so have tant, for It oooUlng some dishes soft watoi telegram be has foretold the moment of I to positively battle for tbelr companion-bi- s Is better, while for others hard water Is U coming Hut there ore Amalekltlsh dls- - ' ship. David and his men never wanted sharp be preferred. l'Jtn'lles whlvh havu access asters and there aro Amsiekltlsh diseases swords and Invulnerable tileld and stick only to hard should make use of ateax U required. that soint tines come down upon one' breastplates so much as they wanted them whero soft springs hold In solution varloui Medlcul home, rooking as devastating work as tbe ou the day wlen Ihey came down upon deeper ..., ,....,.,, ivu ins. iwcre nro ; 1110 Jimaiexues. II Uinv hsd Inst tliatlint. salts and minerals dissolved In tbebo more strata of the earth. Nothing can families In my congregation whose homes tie, tbey never wouU Lave got tbelr famif r the ailing to go Indiscrimabsurd than hare been Lroken up. No batterlng-rnn- i lies back. I iqppose that ono inately from spring to spring They might smote In the door, no Iconoclast crumbled glance at their loved ones In cap- as well take a wholo sholf of medicines drug store! tbe statues, no flame leaped amidst tbe tivity hurled them into the bat- from tho draughts of simple water are Copious cumins; tut to far as all the joy and tle with Murage and energy. very bolrful In a'd ng tbe action ot merriment that once belonged to that They said "we tnustwn Everything often acand lossonlng the houss are concerned, lbs home has depends upon lt.,Lst each ono take a man the bowols, kidneys and bladderIrritant of certain tion ou tho A nied diseases came down upun on point of spear or win salts. Hot water, drank copiously morniword. We must the quietness of the scene scarlet fevers. It." And I have to toll between ing and evening, has boon found beneficial or p.eurisies, or consumptions, or unde-- us and coming Into th, you thot coropanloushlp of ln seme forms of dyspepsia. It probably nneu uisoniers enme and seized upon our loved ones who w, departed there is stimulates tho gsstrlo secretion, lessens M.ins memlers of that family, and caran Austerlltx, tbersh a Gettysburg, there acidity, and favors expulsion of tho ton ried litem away, Ziklaglnushesl And you Is a Waterloo. Waritb the world, wor tents of tbe stomach. A correspondent, ot go about, sometimes weeping and soms. with the flsih. warstlih ih. d.vIL We much Intelligence and an eminent author, enraged, wanting to get back your have either to conquer t raes troubles, or our writes us as follows) loved ones as much as David and Ills men troubles will C3nq, our "I havo been greatly helped by tho use David will wanted to reconstruct their despoiled e liber slay the Araal,,U. Uf, tho Amalo-kite- s of hot wator. I no longer caro for coffee 0r use iu my esse has seemed to households. 7 Mag in ashes! Borne of you w II Davu And yet Is not tbe and tea. Its relieve went off from home. You counted the .'n "orth " the pain, all tho The effect menl'oned may bo duo, li days of ycur al s slice. Every dsy seemed peril, all the beslegsmsiits general Look! who are part, improvemen' to tho as long as a week. Qb, how glad you were lght b"1' of Hoovon youder ?i of the health and, In part, to tb when tbe time came for you to go aboard tbey are. thois bo sat at your own disuse of tea anl coffee, wh'ch not or rail-ca- r tbe steam-boa- t and start for table the cbslr now Tlcallt Th,rfl they only unduly stimulate, nnd thus weak home! You arrived. You went up the are, tbo.s whom yon roclced In Infancy In on the nervous system, but Impose unextrr street where your dwelling wis, and In the tbe cradle, or IniM to ieep Inyour burden on the lildnoys by tho poison they s nlgkt you put your hall 1 on tbe door-belto the rms. There they ore, ln wl,oge f6 contain, and which it belongsalready weaktho to eliminate. Kidneys nnd, behold! It was wrapped with tbe your life was bound up. Tbre tbey aro ened would bo helped on botng relieved ol M jnsl of bereavement, and you found that their biowr mors radiant than ever before Amalekltlsh Death, which baa dssasted a you saw It, their !lrsfttng for tbe kiss this work. lo !..' Cviapiiiifon. l thousand other households, bad blasted gstlng, ,h cbM)c ro,eaU Ir we wish to be Just Judges of nil 'thing youis. You go about weeping amidst tbe with the health of ,Urnal lUmraer, their ourselves of sdsolatloii ot your ouce buppy home, hands Uckoulng y0,u., t,,0 steep, tbelr let ut first I persuade of us without a this-tbfault uot one tbore thinking of tbe bright eyes closed, and feet bounding una tb, JDrth'of Heaven, Seneca tbe noble hearts stopped, and the gentle lie pallor rf th,r , gofl, out folded, and you weep until you of their face, never mo,, Homo success must bo based on sollJ be sick, never hnveneaor poiver to weep. ! klsg In more to lougli, nessr to to Ump, never qualities uod the honest culture rf tbn) mors to bs eld, n ibts. Tn,y t over-tak1 y half-deabalf-denil nor-than. n dog-fro- itiat TiieWayis nr rnttior Agwntleman Weutlo friend of mine In the city of Washington and asked that through him he might git a Consulship to some foreign port, lly friend said tohlml "Whatdoyouwanttogoaway from your beautlfnl home for Into foreign port?" ' Oh,' he replied, "my boms Is gone! My six children are H. ,u tmmt ret away. lr. 1 can't stand It In this country any are watching from those heights to see If through Christ you can take that fort, and whether you will rush in upon them vic tors. They know that upon this battle Ue ponds whether you will ever Join their so. clety. Up I strike harder! Charge more bravely! Remember that every Inch you gam puts you so much further oa toward that Hoavenlr reunion. If this morning, while 1 speak, you could hear the cannonade of a foreign navy, coming through the ''Narrows," which was to dlsnoll our city, and It thoy really should succeed In carrying our families away from us, IiuW Iviip wuutd welake before we resolved to go after them? Every wapon, whether fresh from Springfield or oil and rutty In tbe garret, would lw brought out, nnd we would urge on, and, coming In front of tho toe, we would look at them, and then look at our families, nnd the cry would be: 4 Victory or death I'1 And when the ammunition was gone we would take the captors on the point of the bayonet or under the brrecli of the gun. II for the 3 on would make such a struggle getting back of your earthly friends, will you not make ns much struggle for the gaining of the eternal companionship of your Ileaven'y frlendsf Oh, yes, we mint Join them. We must sit In their holy society. We must sing with them the song. Wo must celebrate with them tbe triumph I Let It never be told on earth or In Heaven that David and his mn pushed out will braver hearts for the getting back of theb earthty friends for n few years on earth than we to get our departed I You say that all this Implies that our Christian friends are alive. Why, bad you any Idea they ware dead? Tbey have only moved. If you should go on the 2d. of May to a house where one of your friends lived, and found him gone, vou would not think that he was deal. You would Inquire next door where he had moved to. Our departed Christian fi lends have on! Uin number lious Tn secret It that they aro richer now than they once wore, and can afford a better residence. Thoy once drank cut of earthenware; they now- drink from the King's chalice. "Joseph Is yet alive." nnd Jacob will go upnndseehlm. Living? are they? Why, It a man can live in this damp, dark dungesn of earthly captivity, can he not live where be breathes the I racing atmosphere of the mountains of Heaven? Ob, yes, they are living' Do you think that Paul Js so near dead now as ho was when he was living In the Roman dungeon? Do you think that Frederick Robertson, of Brighton, Is ns near dead now as he was when, year aftei year, he slept seated on the llcor, bis head on the bottom of a chair, because he could fl id ease In no other po.illon? Do you think that Robert Hall Is ns near dead now ns when, on his couch, he tossed In physical tortures? No. Death gave them tbe few black drops that cured them. That Is all death does to a Christian cures him. I know that what I have said Implies that they aie living. There Is no question about that Tho only question this morning li whether you will ever join them. tho poor building materials, articles, fencing, farming aro taxed doubly, and lha Allison bill Is drawn for tho purpoio of reducing tho rovonuos by Increasing tho rato of taxation. Senator Vnnco Illustrated tho moth- ods adopted when, In dlscu-sin- g tho proposition to take mncaronl from the existing freo list and taxing it at tho rato of two cents a pound, ho said ho had ono day last summer peeped Into tho room of tho Finance Com- mlttoo, 'whero ho found a ' chipper Dutchman" tolling tho what ho know nbout macaroni, and who said ho had been making mncaro nl In Cincinnati under tho impression that there was a duty Imposed upon it, and had been doing very woll, but ho "couldn't bullovo his eyes" w hen ho read recently that U was on tho freo list Ho wanted a duty on It of threo cenU per ound ilr. Vanco read eouio amusing extracts from tho testimony of this wltnosa. Ono of tho strong points inado by Mr. Vanco was tho pleading of tho witness that tho duty would N ft very smnll thing for tho public, but that " It would bo a big tiling for us." Ho commended this point in political economy to tho Senntor from Connecticut (Mr. Hnwloy), as It sustained that Senator's argument tho da before about salt. It seems to tho Republican morabers of CongroK a llule thing to tax tha peoplo ono cont a bend on salt, nnd tw o cents a head on rotton ties, and a cent a bend on mncaronl, and one dol-ln head on pig Iron, and fifty cents n head on steel rails, but in tho aggregate tho bunion Is something enormous, nnd, though tho He publicans do not sco tho dnngcr ahead, they aro doing Just tho things which may pjpclpl-tat- o in tho next four j ears njvTjlus- Mho trial revolution which will d whole svstoin of localized roCIJS I otoot nnd branch. Kvery proposition rondo by th ocrnts to lower theso taxes of the poor Is rejected by thn unanimous voto of tho Republicans. Kvery attempt to removo tho absurdities nnd Inequalities of tho tariff Is opposed by the united Republicans. Hut when Mr. Allison, now tho spokesman of the trusts and monopolists, proposes un amendment still furthor to grind tho fnces of tho poor, ho Is supported by tho unnnimous Republican vote Louisville Courier-Journa- l. hoii--holImplo-inontar TAXING THE NEEDY. went reducing tho prosont duty of f 28 ome More Mtht Thrown on ttis I .Innl. a ton on stool nnd Iron beams, girders tie. of It,. Allison 111117 . nndothor structural forms to 117.02 Ihomorotlio Allison bill, now instead of T21.Gl ns proposed by tho consideration In tho Sennto, fa Sonnto substitute. Plumb showed that tho plnlnor becorno It," o any higher protection than Hint to rcduoo tho taxes of thorioh nnd proposed by him would onnblo to Ineronsotlio tnxos of tho poor.' tho structural Iron nnd Meet comKcecntly wo showed by what 'j.vIm bines, to fix prices at extortlonnto tho tnx on flno was reduced rates nnd keep competition crushed from 60 por cont to 30 pep cent., whilfl ns has been dono already with such tho tax on tho cheap UonKrw' knlfo Immcnso profit to Cnrneglo nnd other would bo Increased from 60 p.r cc,,t. members of tho comiilwv Hereupon to'JJ. Aldrleh gavo notlco that nny such reIn puns tho snmo rulo has boon duction would bo tho death of tho Section 177 roads as follows Sonnle's bill. Its friends would stand , "All aportiag breech no such attack on trusts nnd comshotguns tea dollars each sua S3 per cent binations to put up price's. sd vslorein. Instead of standing by hU own Doublo-barrcio- d shotguns coitlnp f abroad nro to pay mi Import tax of principle and supporting Plumb's Senator Shcrninn coolly 11.25, or on twenty guns costing tttO motloD, flopped. Instead of holding that "coma tux of T2.5. lint tnko a flno shotgun, such as the binations may and ought to bo met by rich buy, costing flOO; tho tax will bo a reduction of duty," ho coolly that tho host way to cruti thorn Thus, twonty poor men only buying shotguns valued at just what was by giving them moro power nnd ono rich mnu'fl gun Is vahiod at, aro moro protection. This, ho said, would taxed In tho aggregate 225, while the oncourngo othors to enter the business until competition put down prices. rich man Is lot off with a tax of tW. Tho idea of encouraging competition Why? Ilecauso at Syracuse N. Y., sro by protecting nod aiding combinations threo firms making choap shotguns. formed for tho purposo of crushing nnd thoy want to havo a prohibitory and absorbing competition Is not onl tout put on that grndo. As tho Senate absurd ln tho light of current history, ns now constituted cxlsta only to re- but It oddsnnothor startling to tho long list In Senntor cord tho edicts of tho manufacturer, Shorman's political cord. bt, Iouls Allison draws tho bill that Is to draw tho blood. . Tho snmo prlnclpto runs altj.hrigh THE RACE QUESTION. this infamous bill. Tho conlmon things of llfo, tho artlclm needed by Some Good Aritlr for Mr. Harrison anil Advl.-- r. His un-tfpur-poapon-knlvd. double-barreledlosd-In- g FARM AND FIRESIDE. Hoots of nil kinds, nnd npplcs, also, must havo air If thoy aro to keep well. "tedlsh turnips, pAimiips nnd carrots nro all oxcollont for fattening hogn. Thoy will bo relished bettor cooked than rnw. In feeding grain to poultry ll is I better to vnry it, allowing wheat and oats as well as corn. Cooked polnloes mako an ogrooablo change- for laying hons. Peas Cnkoi Roll dried pens in water to cover till softs ninxh and sltt. To ono pint ot tho pulp add ono egg and milk enough to fry llko griddle Jr'lwt.t!!ei,'0 ,our vra Bn'1 An Pnnsual IW tVHi H0r.1l hftlf coriti a ton cents beforo lho 1st of iiumborl April to numbers of a slxceni Thane. will Now York City, and they vou n month's trial subscription of foorsunibor 0f tho New Yorlt Lc!tr In Us now form and ortlstlo mnko-up- . !?nnur K 8on"' Publishers. IBs acobs 5 Horsos and oil Cattlo. For Recant, Prompt, Good srelllncs. Mr llaVl,U t iu si. Results). SI, S.si..l. IIWm.t .H4 III! r SSSbt MkSl mis- iimj m.? who nr,t suKKBstcd the use at an'V the alcnaturo ot a person who 2 CVJlJ nOt -- Writs W. n. tihllnannlmr Thn fltneis of things should havo led him to . . ... ...- Ih ..!.. . ...v. viiuur, wiiii . as it nauvofrrnpn n Isesmently significant In moat casoa. Dlrftiamton Lender -- 1 ,n1 ... n a r.ui. s iim esr o , The llt. 11. ClUr Si4,T.IW.O , Ji,'M W. tiMrrtlls r.Maa4 (I JsmSi Oil si is kniliiiiiiiuiMi n auu a co )tonthr jsatlt.'ll. winkers, Tor 10 .. rlntnSIKTssis H3ir.llOK.sUa Mrl -wss ssn St it. JsMbs CU, Us B4SS. jm lull 1,11 011, 41 USlBBStLs L. 0 aaansis rrl :. sanitary Journal to vvrllo an artlolo AT ciuaoisre ano rssitss oa tlfl subject, "Heme Ideas In Filtration" THI CIIARHI A. VOGCLCR CO , Diltlmors, HI and lave li appear "rloine Ideas In Flirtat"ut It probably becomes thereion Vera-Cur- a by stioh moro Interesting to lady readars. FOR DYSPEPSIA. cakes; add salt and popper to tasto. One Kreret nf I.ongestlr- I x rosiTivx cure roa iNDtoimon aud all TbS0 ans.Uoa.tn nr.1l.1nu Uil&rnnid trnnsl pluck demand different BUmi.h Troutlis Ail. 1st Tbtrsfrsm. torjulstcnoo of oura beyond tho nvcruco food from thui Intended for market. spun, should m- - n m( ;v.tn- - m ttt foster hi dicrstlon, neiraUvrlv Corn will fatten an animal, but corn b sustaining from Indiscretions In diet, nud trfmt n4 iilrv,i.f f arorSI trit trtllh r. srsl bj matt nram slneai. luo .lu-Is not suitable as an exclusive food for a&raativcly by the uso of turn irrlcss Mwl ml rel 1 rf Scnif storachlo, Hosteller's Htomiteh Hitters, THt . cows, ewes or maros that aro rotatood nfcn bo riporioiuv CIIARltSA.VDOEUR CO., Ilalllmore. symptom ot indi- m Tho Impairment, ut the digestive for breeding. fas iou Is fatal to Hubduo with thn It allttlo clearing, a llttlo ditching, llitt.rs, hIso, fururvigor ague, biliousness und of, liiorcly trios tbe patience ot tbe editor ' 0""1- - Diamond neiii,i 1 (. rvre-rsi- hM a little enriching, or a llttlo picking ami constipation, Post-Dispatc-h. a rutKtlsn given out by Colonel Quay, tho prosont innstor and lender of tho Itopubllcun party, thnt Gonor.il Harrison Intended to mnko tho "Southern question" prominent, nnd would so sottlo It thnt Justice would How Mr. bo dono tho colored people. Harrison will mnke It " prominout," or how ho will do juitico to tho negroes, is not definitely stated Hy tho Southern question Is prcumubly meant tho alleged suppression Of the negro vote. Whether tho now President will resort to military governments, or to returning boards, or to a Presi dential comtnthslon, is not known, but If ho will recur to tho not very distant past ho will find that all thoso cxterl-menwere tried and found to bo ineffective In bringing tho whltoa and black of tho Southern States Into political equality. It was found that thero must be cither whlto domtiullon or negro domination, nud seven yean of tho latter satisfied tho people ot tho United Status on that score for all tlmo to come. It was ut last tho North that demanded that military and negro rulo in tho South should cense, nnd Hayes In currjlng it out onl) obeyed tho command of tho peoplo ot tho North. Meantime It Mr. think he has a mission to cur tho Ills Incident to illegal and fraudulent local election tho Herald would advlso him to try his apprentice hand on Indiana. He knows that Stato pretty thoroughly, lu peoplo and Its politician. Ho could therefore go roundly to work with them. Ho knows tho men, or can easily bo introd iced to them, who handled tho "blocks o! 2vo," nd with but a very llttlo turning uf tho scrow ho can find out precisely how much per bond they cost- - A thorough courso ot Indiana ln estimation might at least prepare him for hU Southern experiment. Without noma such prior practice tho chance aro that ho will find himself in a mnzo of dlfllcultles before ho gets half way Into tho Southern question. Ho would better mnku Lho " Indinna question " prominent first Then with what stomach ho has leltho can turn Southward. Chicago Herald. It has beon . ts up Is dono each year, tho fntm will steadily Improve. On tho other hand, If tho farm suffers a llttlo neglect It will soon run down. Though hnrdy plants may not require nny winter protection ln this ellmito, yet tho application of leaves, straw or nny kind of covorlng that in!y bo used ns a muloh, will mnko tho plauts come out strongor nnd moro vigorous next spring. 11 tho best steer Is retained and especially prepared for providing lioof for th rvlnter for homo use, it will bo found much better than eollttig of tho best and retaining tho least doslrablo of tho lot. Tho fnrmcr deserves tho choicest for himself. In tho samo litter of pigs some will bo larger than others. Somo will fat ten readily, whllo others Just a thrifty will grow long and largo tn fratno with les fat Th o.io last, whether innlo or female, should bo reserved for brooding. Feed tins something to do with this, but individual peculiarities of different utiltnnls has quite as much. American Cultivator. Celery may bo prepared In tho following wnxs Cut ln luch bits, wnsh ....,, ,nu "" " l CTO" " wnl"r' "'"" e"' l uur, wr HINIUI Milium", .null pour tho wntor oil nnd add cream, salt, jvepper and a lump of butter, a you would for nxi. It may also bi added to beef togetablo soup, giving It a flno Savor, and 1 UM-- and eaten cut UIK-Uld iieslrl whoelotied with a llvervuan wtievldently determined to koI a groom of same kind. irifotuffcrtsl alt sears from surwressfd ;ie!lniatlon. Ha been treated b.v lho best tiivlnris without lioneflt Tmi Imttlesef linwueld's Pcmalo Regulator relieved ber. W A Hiuvuns, JloSutl'a, H O. o llrodOitld llcg l'o , Atlanta, (la., for particulars. Bold by all druggists. tTV-lt- nisoic m Ku,w" Fa "he Siim-rr.- 1 Kir Hit Ye.ri. 1 ir lN 1 some. a follow has the rhrumat , bs what 'tis himself, without over It, Detroit free l'rosa. from Indigestion, dyspepsia, and artv catlnir, Is relieved at onco by tak 0! CarUtr'i. Littln Liver nils lin. .lely after dinner Don I forget this. iiarova rakos In the course ot time alter down any man's si ninth JJ, ruB0- - FDR CONSUMPTION Is our bett selling iiietll-cluhavon eronnl knovvlcvlgo of Its benof '1 effects, and rrsoinmrnd It. Plso'a I e. The licit Tiling Cnmil.-rfVlt'-.- l, ers should insist on having tbo genu-.ir s Norwegian Cod Liver Oil Ju ' I llakcr A Co., Philadelphia. 8. Druggist, Allegheny, Pa. FOR THE BLOOD mt mtisftissil Illu H. rlDNtl tt lVsrs-- liy .., mw im w.it h. ii-- .i. ii SMUIII r6rr lhl I lUMtl SM--M hr Ujeatuil.l- sJtli l S. s r.l.fcln mj iWityrf Mrcho UmJ-- t tli nrl fCA voyage. lis t WhrftA and lliivii -- Tune. sea Tiins are always two aides toacaeex c,tw th au opeu faced watch. ana sin Itosasr.xrM -- Tbo Irritation in, cniiKhtiii; Immediately rtv usn ot "ilrotni 1 ltrvncul ttcit I Hold only lu boses ! few persons ran hold their own on 11 r. I ! ftrvfthlfl,, Ml n WJ Ir bl Ml. It s4 i sm-- s ,r til htH df Tit .fs-rii- l- ik .el sllSI 0rKI.Th).lhlttt imm.iI,. .4 J s.lw. wlia fr Kes hrr ritldtmtltij J N .I..I.I.H4UW1 rrolT Hus eTY-fn-l. ..... m PsWITT, , K Drops Cere In one minute. ng courh when Hale's and Tar will cure .ftW.ff.it Swtll hF esltrvtS.AII Slft seltl Srn inr t. v TS- - put M f.iurt t rclta.s k.r. Svr.lftc wbkh . V. ! l encasement-poppi- Iheques vrvc- lane IS - sal V isX. I whllo it take raoro fencing material In tho shape of bonrd, wire, etc., nnd thodUtnnee beo. tween the tamo point on a lvel It. honnvnr. do.75 int like mors post, nor would It require mom tlno with slaw It Is a t.ict that siir-fac- fflltwl with Horo Etc use. Dr Isaao TVipw.ri sL'ye Water, llruggtsuselllt jr ar. cu iarr wsrk In a monastery is not BftMarlly done by a Friar Tijtesl Viuwn remedy for consumption Is Oiykenl'ure, rttellr Depart, Cincinnati. In Hi" outsklrts-- a woman, when 'eiis't cj.1 ncr pecsct. trtlttt--Sil ? M.1 iMtoifal Ih fficult aiu a A PSSUMOMI . T.is j Tfsn.Wli, M.l..r -- I lih.xi.u..ff-r-1 liSArl iftl ind flrrd Vuii. ny rf.iHrsttf- ft H, ya.a Se e.4 llfhe-4t)- .l al4e.lr m,t.i,iiii .i. U. TiianiV-- r. r sr-t- i ? ft.ll4l iir Al'ftSU ll-- - DL J W. DITNHAICS OAKLAWH ' l(r 3.000 FARM. PEI.CHERQl. rronjoMiuxDi S llni-rlso- 900 KTA t.I.IONHr4serrVK-sw- . lirrr and I promptly relieved by s l.VO tI.T 1lh c 9lre pickets otcr a hill than between tho Csnir Little Ijv or Title. Don tforgettbw .tifrsi li.'J rvtusls tfOO Thl, ot tame point on a level. IllllkfllBVff s it BU, Ml lh fu Rrtniaot, Ue course, applies only where posts nm ,HJ bj Ileal S(.ialliy, ( isucus nil sirtV THE MARKCTS. Prlrs-llrniiiaMa. rot at right nngles to a level surface, as m Terms Jsn w Ilnn'l lluy aUtuul n.rrt-tnthoy always should be, LlV T " Uil. asrs ami Jlo.t MuereMfHt . 1 ci llKtXfS 6u.ni I """ Asm as llrrr.l(; ltalill.nmenl of Arartlra. HiV' "sfci-rPROFIT IN POULTRY. a nfl sc a .... rl wo nm -visV. .... s 111i Sirta so m n'tMUitl Utsvsjr iiiinuiji 4 re rfcciee uunnami iiiisct tlllliltin ;v v Why All I arnier Mioiiltl Keep a Uinlled L.vlfix S 1 M .. sinlrd'-re- P m th Hle nearly alwars reme from i?aBI t nrv FRENCH TmV luruKico. LOACH HORSES, nfisTt s eta f is am l.y. a nmber or row Is. AN ODD A New York Views on INDIVIDUAL. Veteran's Commendable the Tension Question. l)t n, 1 n. jels n-- l, One turns up very quoor characters qulto unexpectedly ln a big city like Now York. Hero was ono that u reporter ran across. Ho Is a cab driver, who, in accepting a Christmas gift of a small coin, said: "No, sir; I won't smoko with it, but it will come ln handy just tho same. 1 was laid off flvo days last week. I hnvn a troublethat ono ,doctor sayu comes from a wound I gol beforo Richmond, and that another doctor says tho wound has nothing to do with. I supposo thcro nro plenty gottlng ponsions for lc thun that, but I won't tnko one. Oh, yes, I could got one. Congressman und Lawyer havo both Vcn kind onou'gh to say thoy would get mo ono, but, you sco, I would huvo to mako onth that my troublo is duo to my wound, und tint I can not do conscientiously, for I'm not nuns It's truo, A man must havo somo honor abuut him. rulu-watc- 1 .., ten-fol- d t H nover belonged to tho Grand I novor jolnod, bocauso it to mo thnt when wo quit fight laid down our arms wo ought differences, Instead of keeping them allvo as tho Grand Army do. Tho moment tho war was ovor soldiering ugninst tho South should hare stopped. I'm a Republican, but admit that l'reildont Cleveland did more to ond tho diiforoncos between tho two parts of tho country than any other man, and now wo'ro going to bnvo anothor 1'rosldcnt who will do still mora "Hotter tnko n pension? No, sir. flio country has been disgraced by the way tho pension business has beon ovcrdono. It's a bad thing for men who don't dosorvo ponsions to be nblo to get thorn by means of political Influence It robs tho dosorvlng soldlor to have to dilute a nation's gratltudo with fraud llko that. Thcro was some talk of a bill to givo overy a pension. Well, 1 11 take that monoy If It ovor comes, for I served through tho wholo war, and I nood tho money, but I'll tnko no money on a fa80 oath." N. Y. Sun. Army. soomod ing nnd to bury "I Il NOTES AND COMMENTS. With a low tax club organized In evory township during 1XS9 nnd 1890 tho Democrats will carry the d Congress and givo Hit Grandfather's Grandson a Democratic Rcgln tho work now! St. successor. Louis Republic. It Is a groa'. comfort to tho Western farmer to havo a Republican newspaper explain his mortgnges. It explanations wero cancellations, tho unfortunate farmer would soon bo on the road to permanent prosperity. Loulsvlllo Courior-Journn- l. General Harrison Is snld to bo thinking ot appointing Mahoso to a Cabinet position. Mnhono would be a pretty correct roprosuntatlvu ot Southern HapuhllcanNm. but It lin't at all complimentary to Southern to say so. Iloston Globe. A Christmas present ln tho form of a discharge was given to 250 workmen by tho Pottstown Iron Company of Pennsylvania. Thoro havo been a grent many additions to tho grand array of tariff school graduates since tho election. St Louis Popular ontbusinsm tan not bo arousod bynnnpponl for a flvo percent reduction of outrageously discriminating taxes, but tho demand for a tnrlfl for public purposes onlv us ngnlnst t Uiriff for tho purposo of still furthot onrlchlng pamporod monopolist will tiro tho popular heart St Louis Ho public. It has beon noted ns a strange coincidence that Ellis Pholnn, an soldlor, was elected judge of probate In Wntcrbury, Conn., nttbe last election, and on tho snmo day o Union veteran was chosen a member of tho Alabama LogUlaturo In thosnme district whero Phelnn formerly lived. Detroit Freo Press. I'ho only safety for our Institutions is to insist that tho po wor of legislation and of taxation shall not bo used for tho promotion of nny prlvnto or class Interost for tho benefit of ono part of tho pooplo at tho oxponso of nnothcr, to tako from somo to givo to othors. It is tho policy ot a dospottsm und not of a freo ropubllc, N. Y. Times. Fifty-seconcor-taln- ly Post-I)lpatc- h. ,lr along-standin- kidney-trouble.- ii'r l, kid-dey- ""nly at ,,,,, ,, Bor,w The Condition of tho South. Republican nowspapors nro com menting on Harrison's "Southorn poU icy" as though it woro tho Intention o tho President-elec- t to have n Southorn policy any raoro than a Wostorn or Enstern polloy. SHERMAN ON COMBINES. This utter nonsense. When tho In the Ohio 4th of March noxt shall havo como, Another Sinn's 1'olltlral Career. Gonornl Harrison will bo President of No living Senator has formulated the wholo country, tho East, West, sounder principles of legislation or North and South. A sound and Imposed oftcnor as tho defender ot uch partial National policy, nnd aot one principles thun John Sherrann. But of a sectional character, Is what ho no no prlnclplo has ovor hampered him doubt will havo, the silly expressions when a personal or party , exigency of blgoto-- l nowspnpors and blnthor-skltc- s ecomed to suggest a flop. to tho contrary not'vithstnnd-Ing- . During tho canvass ho denounced trusts, denied that protection was for And, by the byo, tho Republican partrade corablratlons to put up prlcej ty bad control of tho National Governnnddoclared iiat nil such ooniblna' ment for twenty yonrs nftor the close Uons "ought to bo mot by a reduction ot tho war and tho condition of the of duty." Hut ns soon as the Sonito colored poople of tho South was no took up It tariff bill Mr. SIiermn better at the closo of Republican rulu bnuked doun from these dootrlnes. than it wns at tho beginning. Harris-burPlumb, oi Kansas, offered an ameni. (Pu.) Patriot. 1 norse that I onco owned rumnrkablo peculiarity for citing clay. When I would ride or drive it along Thhty-thlr- d street I would havo considerable troublo ln getting past a certain vein of light gray clay Tho horse would try to got near It und when I allowed him would eagerly devour. Tho horso often nto what seemed to mo to bo considerably moro thun n pound of clay. I never had nny fcur ot ullowlug tho horbo to stand whero tho clay wnsnnd often loft him thoro until I attondod to somo l in tho neighborhood. Tho con. tequenco was that the hotro nto frequently of the clay nnd uctunlly got fat upon It. It never Injured him In tho least. If tho mud didn't do hirn somo good ho would not havo toi.clu'il It." -Pittsburgh Pi c,'i, 11 en-ani- mom. showed GlI.OW PRICE RAILROAD LANDS Un FREE Covornmcnt n Mlwi- t- N a LANDS. millions than either f t, Itn ! cotton. Largo a this prodnct Is, tho Tills jn.laod, N r .l.n l li iv.h ill n sml i, hKINs.l Al III ..' in l.i.iUrilJ"1HS CCUn Cft I ' "," A2iiiullunl iir- mli.Tiir .1 supply Is not equal to tho domiind, ns JunU IU I Slsr '!". U.l,unnuiii.i., SENTrntE. 44 J Ih provod by tho yenrly Importation of CHAS, B. LAMBORN. mnny million of eggs from foreign U i all dmill ll sti fortv. I'rtpsred onlr bi this P4n iwr IKSII) A r(l Apolnecarles, Jiw ell. Mass cotintrlrs So lonz n this condition tf i of trade continues thero nerd be no 100 Doses Ono Dollnr fears of an and should Islasd Home Stcri Farn stlmtilnlM Americans to a larger proaUtagt A rrn m, Im kna iirswsir of alut ARXAKSAS. of market poultry and moro duction . w rrhnn inj rnrh IMCnDUATION S rTl ' IKNHl l.ntl., BSJ BF irli. rii li.rl liberal supply of eggs. With such a TISH. Ill iiuinniock (rni uruM-- t .r - ir , . Till variety of special and general purpose "'"' ' ""Issluasi . I.I iV"oV.7s Ill" u, ru i birds to Mdoot from, each fancinr and I farmer can nccuru tho brood best suited Soulhinlern Kansas LfcHft?! ! . s a ftlWavVCWasUtsme JIT to his cllmato nnd locality, and by aiM b'uiui 1 . WO A I III. rst.tuni. fir. rf I'llnICK I l, 11 A'lrfl act n li.ln muling nnd brooding with special refTt,y,rA",,u.i rsiiniiissi- staHMI i erence to tho object to be itttnlncd, will """ Or t tsfir llrul E1ILLU. Ill M.H tr ' liltia " find that no stuck on tho place gives YOU Will .,;' E jsoxcr, mi good rnltu-iifor lho capital and feed Tine, Pain, Troublo expended. Wlion tho farmer first and will CURE ndoptn hotter methods and compiles with tho conditions of success in poul-l- r im., Wae..s-PefPyr. . .t..,u.".J IIV UMNO cultuio, hu will bo ngroenhly sur.ni.nnsi rnsaufaclurin.x Cj, C imati, Ohio. Ely's Cream Balm. prised at tho profitable result, mltiglod IIIXTIIMI. Al.o Apply Halm Into each nostra r maiiks rie. perhaps with somo M.r UllOB M W.rriB BU. K T free. Ilikb- for past neglect of somo of his very host .., IrrailfrS lnirf r ."" ""1"1".aTlli iMmk .Vililntl pssn I '" .'JU" l en I . help to piufltablo farming. Cor. 4l II. III..- -; . U, H..II..I... p. , J to.,, PtMA Ohio Parmer. Iraliain Vr Kloiir.Vlorn. Inlhl srstHirsaa tuples worth f I .VI g A Horse. . Il.il.. Uk. V ssiniirH siisirsiiin ll. h,IH.lMl "Hrtla Superintendent M. .'. Dcnn, of "tho GOtD "M,"MM,"siMms .ywur-iiWasll.l. Socloty, voucIips for this tv.ilr-...... . ... ...'. "!i". "' "." k & . g story Ho snys: "It Is "i. j SOLD lERS"?-- ! tho amount of Intolllgont stlDr. Iiook krtplna- - l'iOMniblp,ArUh. "M-ffl'ia.. Illflll KKmlkan.l ( tl. ii;r w. which i dlsiiliived U dumb ., ,..; ..- -. i,; ..,--,, ,M . . v,,iHi.iit. ."""''" ..""".,i,l lamas .nil.l Bllllisuk, WV.IK,T. animals. Thl Is especially noticed in who ksvn k T.l.1. ak-lavfa" home. Thoy will not cnt or dilnk VIIK.V UIIITINU 111 , , "irlllitil-HTiit-'.AUVKIi1sM(alU.Aeu nny thing voluntarily thnt will Injure UI. thai fu saw Us AdsfTtUunout Ll this BoM orerKhore. ar sum of $160,000,000; moro by many wheat, corn or &m Poultry culture, till within tho lust rejanled as a generation, ha feimtll, trivial business quli.i unworthy of any man's attention, nud not to bo thought ot ns n means of livelihood, much less as a profitable Industry from which to dorlvo a competence or fortune. In primitive dns a chicken was only a chicken, nnd nonn ot thotn wo worth ovor two "bits." Then, too, disregard of winter protection, neglect ot proper feed nnd cure rendered it quite out of the question for fowl to produce eggs iu winter. If Indeed they survived its rigors. The ndvont of thu Shanghai nnd linilinmiKXitra with their great ungainly bodies, awkward motion and unlimited capacity for food, was in Itself no valuable acquisition but thoy wero something now, wonderful in sire, bnd cost big money and led to better care, moro generous feed nnd somo llttlo thought ns to better mating for further improvement Tho Interest once awakened did not stop with Asiatics nlono. Nearly nil tho nntions of Europe contributed to multiply varieties; CAch w ith some special characteristic, or merit uot possessed by nny other, till tho "hen fever" became a contagion that soon spread through New England nnd gradually made Its way to tho mlddlo and wettcrn States and moro recently has a large number of icn'.cus r.dvfxY.toi In the South. Tho roult of thl Importation of Improved breeds, liettor caro and management, thu exercise of grind Judgment In mating, hn grentlydncrcrsed tho yenrly prodqet of tho American poultry yards, both In meat and eggs, till tho receipt from this indutry reach tho enormous bn .d FJ r.miiljf JN bi So II w -I Vo i M TIImi(1 Hi N'll N Sc s Ik: icu f SRlSOl t red . . ..... at in A SI s$ 1 , .. . .... . . M -II CO I'nn f 1.. ilx.le I S 7 KIIH Vlctiuss leaf u n ijis u ' 11 ri Mess IVIMiV ft r I tll em . . K'lO I IS Ir 11 i t b. lee dairy a rretw rmimrry si A Airl lrhsie. per BUS... .... I 60 t IU I n" I Sill Mill innl t i HR m TT Dn!i t JtlllOi.rl-l'er- lx Ui(-taie c a 41 S 4 Tlie ilrMcHlr, tls slrl.lllalr.l. hells er fruns par. ur stork ut mlu.t or body, drink, ur rano.iire In rratorallvs NIJVV YOltlC. V Malarial H,ogions. 'lull' I'lIU ili m.a cental vr rTriv4 C I and Western mtxeU... ..... .. .. sed .. w mess . . . Mteem ueeiMia n . S 11 Vslml ore- - Ve, su-- il itK-- N. oro M 41 !, 't lniallil. " li.r lierliig S t s I I I. II !) tan IMS nrrrrnml Mrhrrrnil mind Try Thora Fairly. T ciiir.voo. ler . CH VV IS) . soi.i CDMsiio trlg N. t-- N .. I L al vi. (1 Siv t .. MMMS1I 1IAI.TIMOIIIL 1 01 t. -- .ls-Ml- sst n Mned Nf 7 . .,... S . 1 a c ft ) H i;ritYin:ur-rull III I'llI- IMI'lrMl ., O0I.DULDANrAaia.1878. n sons 1 lf BAUER'S iftnlrrnni ff I nmvj oj 1 F"K-- lr , r 1! i: First 'insMlr V- ... ....... ... red . S i '. H C.I - lNDIANAFOLf. VI M ni M n u .1 JV ea at 9 a t VI W 31 J.vr heat. No ted si . II rM. ! rT r 11 r. WaUTststl fAn Urf4 timt$ th t4rfh (x im ir4 114 j wawsw 4!elsri. ISoM rrur ., ! d rup iHf hl M t tfif Mrf if 5nTir ftft. ftj MnirtMr arts,4 I lr',ivrfiti- ithtitt ur s ,fJ,J ItstfdsrMr. 11 r 1 1. Ulirt hj ilffttt f tf jwl.fff. MIUISV1LLK B rnK- -r.s -- v V.i - MtlMl Rlr tin rst. ?;a I , - .. r s o sv W. BAKER & CO., Dorctcslcr, Mass. N SCALES, IUHs9) rs.1 & I M s is) vJTXfiXal.fio3 5-TO- WAGON It I Aged People wlf. snl rarssir w.r. bnh isnersllr ma lliMxlsiiarisparllU brousti utoutof Ihst t "' A " '- -' Hie reurs people H n.iit nstn iretor us Ihsisll tasrms.il .v.htr llltllARIi HlirilST. A10U7 lsrt Ht hm Wl hss r "is lata er lst;&r. ! -- l silf ntM te sttsrls or lb.omsll.ru or la srn.rmi n.Dlilir ins fn. wpsscei. rs'ic-- J P M sfhts cf Ihe nrn,.r sr. rUT-- by ill- RsnspAflll. wlilch puria.s ami sllallles Ihe H- ibllell slw lone en. builds up IS whole W faffi.-TM9 rTimVVAfi-- !- !iii.t.;i:rri1 nivri.Mii',si l" IjORTHERN PAGIFiC, 0 Hood's Sarsaparifia 1 -' USrMiaV." over-suppl- y, !." vSm sriiV&lal A . 1,1 -- s."-- 1SM sss --- f -- -- Iftffnnilia lal-faMI- CATARRH J. . "ni '! .,,,; !". .irBll. PATENTS Clay-Eatin- Antl-Criiclt- y clay-eatin- W2fS?& 1,- ii. ;,il -- arstSB. asii S.a a. a SNf$$ sr-e- rJiS.Z27.f!t. :.""'"' oMvT T.i .iiiru irillllll iris lli.i. 1. 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