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The Hickman courier The Hickman courier 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1889 hic1889030101 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. && v1 .aittOTBtTfc z '0 yr" " ft'.-- . . t vy - i jf': f i " .' "4 "tit n . c-e ii 'SB i. FINE WITH JOB-PBINTIN- K e-- THE HICKMAN COURIER. Fufcllshri Eviry Friday by G OJSOKOJS WA1HIJ3N Hickman, Konluoky. Office THE HICKM4N J COURIE 1, f.;.s KXECUTKD IBiTIBSS t . SALE BILLS, LETTEFV HEADS," BILL HEADS. INVITATIONS, ENVELOPES, Jackton Street, next itoor to City 1111. CEORCE WARREN, Editor. Tho Oldest Nowspapoijn Western Kentucky; . KAy -- ,' 1' I.Tlcoof SutoiTliitloii, CURRENT TOPICS, $150 ESTABLISHED FIFTIETH CONOHESa frecond rj. stints. 1851), HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY. MAllOU ANAHOHISTS 1889, VOIfffEffiV. NO. enter.; chaaVhagj I ETCJETC; 21. at onh CALL AND SEE US. THE COMMONWEALTH. MANGLED AND CHAMtED. Elovon Young Girls Clown Ploooa nnd BurnAd. onQANIZlNO. j 'K SOMKEIl THINGS. They Create (Julia a Vurof In One of the In the coal While driving a loaded of the Fate ol Chicago Milirt..-Warn- ert throal mine, at Central City, Stulilenbiirg Countlio World ia Full of That Which tost lllr and Olhera. ty, Henry Hee had a bank of forty.tons, . worklngrnenj ere- W'AMtlNdioi. Feb. IB - RrMrt-T- he Is Myetorlous, Dot rinhanrL Feb. ofstatocave In on him suddenly, cruthT.' , lntlU of Honatort Ilerry ami Harris for thrtr I fallen In ahd adJolnlnR Maplewood met who lire Ing him and the.anlmat he wai drlrlngTto' new termi were presented, real atld plated on FarloryUli.ro In the village Opera-hou.- e xim Dl.a.lrr Ocrnr. In do death. yeiioruy ladVTIilch Can 'ot lie Hjlied TIU nide nia. A resolution nut icpoite' Instructing eVM'"v Miner.' Hciullie Are Made. have' afternoon and organliod a branch the Committee oa l'rltlleget an Ulccllon lo of tlio Urare tiond People SufTcr Tut total bonded lndebtedqott ot the Arbeltei-llunAn attempt wa made Inquire Into eleetlon methodi In the Houlh. It "hlle the "iVIcked are Hpared City of Louliville, according to the report WlLKghBAhns, l'A.Kb Jft A terrible evening to organlx the wtt Uld oter until tomorrow A re From It Talinage's of the sinking fund commUtloners, It 4V l'ly afewmilee laet WednejJay Itillon n couple of hundred Sermon. wi agreed to culling 'of tlliaiter occurred at the mouth, Of ten glrU branob, but, whenmumbled, a great r 169,0.0( from here, by which todti recent rrorti routing to Uigur liitestb AnarcbliU had Ug.tnr Daltov shot and probably fataland undervaluation! In woolen and and one man were burled Into oternttyt C"""n wal raited by an uprising of Dr. Talmxge preached Hindty morning ly wounded his wife, near Stanford. A wonted ruo.lt. Tl bcarth.'' 'o reconsider tbe Hack of the Oaylord aliatt iltxxl the fac core or more of wdruen, the wlret 'I)ark lavlili oil a the subjeclt dlrret tax kill Wat debated ah) tlnitly rejected lorj" of John 1'owell, ued for the manu- .n,t ,l.nt.litor. of 3tiie of tbem. who de Ima donna, nho can now do mob Is aeaictilpg for btm. Itrp,' Text, xllx I'tilm of David, verse eatSnaye . the flutulr) elrll appropriafacture of Klulbi u.ed by the mlntr In Itlr bcr vo ce, told m"t that JotlX riM.TIl. an iapl rnnrdrr. J- J- - ' clare il that the meeting ibould not b i "I will open my dark saylnza on a tion Mil Wat conaidcred until p. m , when tke loD.enlnR coal In the mlnnt. The factory rleu in.muilo her. teacher Uncad tJT.l.tl! in IasIstU'.s Is. 1S0 has habL Itev Imtilored the men to leave tbe Wp." HciiUo aiijoutnrd, employed elghtyfour girl., ranging from hall, and begged them not to endanger. nsr she could b a cood bten recaptured. nunu is tun or in lnexpncauio, me Vral r llot'cr An hour a accorded to the One ,1 twelre to tnoulv v.aia and fcirUln note she conld never Thk A merloxn record was beat at Lex their nckt br becoming Anarchist. They tspeitable, the unfatbordib e, thi ijuHi. SItttC Cm JMutSii. tiaring xnicn rrnuuont rnata workmen. While the majarlty (ben," she Said, '! wnt to Ington on the 21t, at W, T. Woodard fnto of Hp'e", l'arsons, Kngel ero panraproMdiiiK for IbeprlDtlnK of riti We can not go three steps In 0j jj,, Bir were at their homca iccallcd the and even threatened to can lied and iiractlced for vcara combination sale of trotting stock, Belt The lata Crown Prince Hudolph, of Aui and Fischer, iNtiviii' Hppruirituu kchlL" illut the song of ths '.Boy aelllng for $M,O00, tbe highest price trla, left debts amounting to (S7J0,00j cnit uocumrni.. l The conterence rep"1 on eating; dinner the people were itartled by In the police to break dp the meeting. They jsy attraction without coming up against hill km considered afeaJat wall of mystery, riddles, para- the deafening thundere ot a terrific explo-etolusrk. il, the .11 ble says, the ex ever paid for a lioise In this country, every ono was the direct tax lull " ralloit up an d ailbuitop . trlcken, to raiaed such n clamor that labyrln'.hi, prou'emi fArofundlUei, Toey Nthed, terror-i Who have never tlnnea. Tnt authorities of Home refute to letthe lug con Inued until It wan withdrawn. The either purchased privately or In public. glad to get out Into the silence of tbe disaolve, hkioglyphlea tbelr door, and window., and In the cb aadnever will reeh- - Outside of this the a'e was phenomenal, apprnprlttloa hilt waarciumodvutll American has. ball clubt play In the night Tbe meeting did not goon, an tww r, aamrwiswe chi p. m. The pending amrndiitcnt reducing to tance aw clouda of emoke aicendlng from In a jury poor. tKe sixty-on- e kto Coliseum, head thatwpre put unrter ucb was the alarm eprend In the neigh .quid factory. Boon a largo crowd burhool by the Ojrmm houtewlvei, who The lice prospect ot the Hoitlh are not Ixnayxer the minimum alartet ot A re- - the gathered began have been reading the nowspaper.. un"-i- . to lw.tm.iKli had ilcfrated. around It, and women good, U, J .tonus ant floodt liars done men lakrn until? .... ! re.. U eight e' wrln? nir th.lr lundi uil. nun turuen iSspVI natnot-vrni- cir Uo. Claude M. Thomas, of w.. Mi,.J rriT7iiaar wfinuaB BIS' POOM us and DaTI lirSviirrinGaTiaiErio' KtOatjtaiuage. (a t.tll innrlai.l V ion wr;fMfB!Rrrrrenfe11"Tfhea'1ir yntrtmnmnriBmn Itrthundred Dernian. toV"' Jf Tras "VI us from our aim In i hemtoswoet favorites vrhlls o!d to Colonel I! It llutsoll, or Iloiton, Ih Ensll'h lanterday Instead of two Ti) iijJMaU'flWt.Tllllalli tmti4rWrHiHriil-iWh'HrriftlraAyoung girl waa aeen colt body of t II s. w. .., , .1 n.l.. I cliarreit . ... Iiriuiiv . guage continues to be written nnd own blood andbsth made us king's and Mass.. his wonderful Igll UI.IVII .1.. ,nw mVww, ,or ma lecirm jnju.i rniirpau. inns Mnvviuj- l.nti WAMMXOTO-.- , reb. Umber ' ly.Uff In one of lb roorot, and lb ." spokenf At1 early heartbreak that ho priests unto QodVid th I.amti, to Hifi be Edgemark, 2:21 by Victor Von llltiuarck. f the future. The bund was organised br IIf " I IimV nlT ntwin anrlAtv nmt fml n i1ocuu.n( aed metootial. were I fact became known that at leatt twenty (.. etecntlra ot tbe crnt'al Ik a I., n.lt.nnv nii1iintlr.n nt rlrClltn- - never once mentioned; and when, thirty glory and domiiiS forever anat evi. dam Edguwater Utile, by Klgewater, for JJo.ler. Tug Mew York Time preiente the itorr ' prceented. A rrwlutlon wa oflerM I, con p.r.oti. wera In the building at the Becretary thi ihofklert Don ttp,on time of the exploiloli atltlg their noon bodr. Catl Btaik was made prei- -i i K '" anil iney up no. snow nu ,i. years after the death of Matilda Hoffman, amn." But before leaving come Interrog tlG,C0J. of "a centenarian" whoi. life waa "cut " .. Into tb by God let tin her father ator. O.ne of the tullt al Frankfort agalntl eelfo Itallroade. A rtwdullon wai effi n il for " . . 1Z ," .7 i .,A. i hnri liv Vnd tbey have a right t, a.V, why who was to havo boon bis bride, B?. day lunch. Tbe icene wai frougbt with said I world! Let me say that great battles tte stiretlet of the Slate Treasurer, Tatef ihr 'l"tnttncnt of State CtmimUilon. . toth " ... .. ... Iilhls and why Is that) and I tilnk 1 picked up a piece of embroidery andWorkrvtiiniji (ink American manufacture seem to be nothing but sufTerltTg and out-raof bate ' KiMtltlii3. Mr. Iloar't Houth r PifC terror an tbe glrle, lom ot thrln bleeding. a Bunday-ichobus been decided lu favor of the surelle. for the Instruction of tbe I wil bij doing a good work by ti Ing to ox "That Is a piece of poor Matilda's ' employi 33) hvt'la and keepe 10,000 tlont rewitullon went oier until ton rro others gasping for fresh air, rushed td at the tlmeot their oci uirecct, yel 1) McJlAXAUt died at Fiank-foat 'pain seme of thejo strango tilngi anl manship," Washington Irving sank from . ... ...... I- .- I .1 ..11.. 1 memberl in me irnanii oi nnarcuy. WM - i.kcn q itock. aloiau The tundry civil nVoprlatlon after tbey have been a loug w hlle past wt w,.iuo,v.aiu.Cr.ameaira..uc...y.Ur a 'ew dny s ugo. He wat noted h tbe rBi mnti wp aUo , wa ,8 for ccI, sake you in ro content with your lot, nnu hilarity into alienee nnd walked away. can tot that It wa better for them to have ' Tt Tbe .T'"" V" 'J1" no '.' HtATlHTlfHihoivlhat hi New l'nBland ? gilef the great trial of Tboroa. mT """,7:'bratlngtheonehundrelthnnnIvenarr of I shall r nly thit i agree j io, ai- - i onsnerlng uuestlons that OJt ot dippedlifetime of mightiest rein been fought, namely, Balnmis, Inkerman, pretldh. for Judge in the Judge Elliot, of ni from lb. adjoining colliery cm. upon ten wldowt under thirty fire I iii wa. his pen's Buford Ju . .... the murder ot - . ,. me, t r thtt we have author L . scene, and as soon as tbey saw the bleedbxve of U n bten atkd Teukute. Arbella, Aglncourt, Trsfalgar, tbo Kentucky Court of Appeal.. , . marry within two yenr.. forrem-n"Calvlu'a Institutes of Bell ,m . . . 80 now , ill niko I oursJ'TJJ, w hlle I try to set these The dlrerl tax Mil cotfep e re- - Ing for in i ot the slrla calling for aid .. m. , Ion," than which a more wonderful book Blenheim, Lexington, He dan. and sufWilli K n young man named Hughe w'as vi III liliviiu.il lor jxirtwa. rallnlMpaDit The conf.renre ratbed toward the building In a body, but the night ot the liayiunrkot riot nnd other ay stories to mu ilc nn I op)a my dark say d llor..be.vl. M. Y., are addrei.ed. "Mul. rejrt on the admltilon of North am Souih was never written by human band, was that the great battles against sin ee mostly felting trees near Walllngford, the speakers denounced tin new lake shorn fair prerented their proffered succor. As drive that has been projected and the sea on a harp twentyflvo years fering are going on we cap heada, ,,llorsefetx,l'eto. grnudson of AiiJrow (llasl wat li.kvla, Montana and washlngtoa w.t KjrM .oonasineyseppeanearinouooranoio.r WhydoeiCod begun by tbe autboratthe persecution by that which I deplorable. But twenty fearfully Auj,torlu,n. They were Interrogation the firs': who ore useful of age, because of biUilln of Tmk l'htladelphla l're.i announces that to The report on the Dl.lrlct fooiui'n iv r standing Ir Caught under a fulling tin nnd those errinoexplotlon ook place, and the entlrorrt,ih !J , of WAefu expjndlture ale out of Ibis worldnot Spare and leiva Francis, King of France. Faraday tolled thousand year from now, a groat New York church Is paying crushed. If ear. not recover esh Inrettlgatlon was made and po.'ponro mit-- n ! ... ,........- - at w shall app-"!- " wo can it.d whom ml glory, l nltely. urn.)"". uury...g The po.toflVfl and approprlat n Mil The inuirps prevail to such an extent in for all lime on a salary of C .rli,ocrRt,. md wlih wealth. dividends to Its stockholder. nnd IIn s wl health so many who srs candles. Ai every brick of the wall of better off than If the battle ot this world'i Dayton, Campbell County, that it may lw forms that a moment before ... wa. contMrr& unlll v in wnen io iiuuia the Mix UciiUiimi the .culptre.., who hai never been Isanco or a poiltlve Injury to the a had Hood crying for as.'stanee. Tbo braver look a f cce.. At f p. m. bills (mm ine Corn llabylon .wee stamped with tbe letter N, sin aud sifTorlng come nearer home, and necessary to clots tbe schools. MANIAO IN OHUROH. 1 thouiht woul 1 begin with the Juit cuimuttiloned to make a butt ot rolltre on Commerce were contlderw! Sdive Hut now I of the iun, when tbe smoke and so every standing for NeluchadneMir, The following Kentucky postmaster Air. Olailton Is an Irlih g.rl. of all the seeming Inicruln-Man- y a dirk saying on the gospel harp, a were appointed tbe other day. totijhett flying debris had settled, ru.bed ablong ,lull A Cni.t hii.1 CominmiJ. All l WAftiiHtrni!, I'eh. l beWAta-- A .now Ell II. part of Ihe tomple of Christian achieve- put ot l'nor. Tnot'Tna'a widow It lo receive a itionws. nioitrd lir Senator Hpooner tirrrt the tulna and one by one the bodle Trere) of the tnoit ti.eful men and It atkelamlllto stylo quettloa that nrenei In a Lima hair. Is stamped with the letter T, atand Harned, Canyvllle, Urnyton County, vice of J.V)J fanni the llrltlth Oovern-u.i- it Ing the nriT.lol llio. I), risler. otlhf uir foUml and taken out, charred beyond year. Interrogtllon the J. Y Tilford, deceased; Mrs. Knllio H.Eik die at thirty or forty yoirs of ae, mentfor trouble. limes etery tuary. lnlon yuneii Ing Bhe remains In Florida. foilrthi Why do I have It so hard while I.iut. (X, FoK S3. Quite a conimot on ft llie you often fin 1 utelets pjople al.vo il.lnir Arctiltect s omce, ror reiu.ing i wnwer recognition, bleollng nnd mangled. As When In olden time a man, was to tie others hate ,t so easy for, why do I have so ridge, Eggs, Grayson County, vice (larbon quritlnas propounded by tbe Commit., on mothers saw aud recognised eonie familiar was created yts erday morn'ng at the g! x'y nnd sjventy and eighty. John lUlTlMOIiK.hlpyardi are full ot work, knlghthool, he wat struck I. Hudson, declined, and James A.Morri. Prltlli go. and Ulecllont, Xtr Morgan ei irt-- J. f'irAin.. ... much d fficulty lu getting a livelihood Sulphur. Honry County, vie llrury H. token or piece of drees by which they Herman lleformed church by n well -- .,. .. wmii, t .. llrnflforil., uho wai soon honored with nnd the prutptct. are for a happy con and It l iwer by agreement until V n.!ay could tell their loved ones, tbe scene was dressed stranger entering the church dur- - III bi put to death, .aylngt 'Why ilotli with the flit of the sword. But those who wblla cth- -i , go nrtU td w lib a f u 1 tlnaatlon of this .late of affair. Morris, resigned. nest. Die conference report on tbelimtistitr one that irpreiented tbe extreme thro of ing the irvliH and walking rapldlydown li w suff r mi Mil audi other caterpillar. havo coma to knighthood in tbe kingdom or, why mutt I wear these plain Ml. a mnitCAntin, of Kearney Coun Is nu altei cation 011 board a piint.(UtlQn but trat airxcd ta'' Tf je tt Ood were first struck, not with tbe flat He ral.cd a in a clotbei, while othera have to push bard to train, near Mt Btei ling. Win. Mcl'berson that ran do nothing but consume of toriow and destruction. Tbe bodies, as the a'alo to the pulpit Ihe 1r, Kai, nat won several irises at laato-in- K.olti'lonf rprtntlsr ten thoaiad r t. .,of the keen edge of the fstt as they were taken out, were removed cross above his head, and said (hit unlet, lie alms of tho church, nnd take aw ay so of the sword, but withhis magnificence of get their wardrobts closed, so crowaeu are cut the throat ot one Bbrcur, w ith a knife. In competition with cowboys. lie inaugural andrr.tel, from We) ton Tj build before where workmen In the I.ird's clmtter. tbo one to an undertaking brilliant attire or, why should Tux at Kubankt, 111., is to be lown. wa. practically killed with atnrnhi r .n they were placed In aestablishment, featuroi every cross In tbey church bowello bell. knny worthySimilar questions ero often character, Paul cauld cot have sparoa one they with hard, while others havo three Both si ere drunk. Mcl'berson was placed I work so would go row. Their Jr ueyardJ" that abollihtK for tbe singular reason that no Jail. Slirout will probably recover. lltirer- - ArrMlutlon wst oflered by K.mtall cno prison, one stoning, one anatheslxty-flv- o holiday every in A were o badly mutilated that they were Tbe congregation writ startled at the V'led Here are two men. The one Is lash, , lo Hi a day for contMeratlou to of ttie (X one can be found to take charge of It tbe hand, bundled and vmr fatal and msllgnnut type of v per stranger's act'on, and several ot the mile s noldo character and a Christian nun; ma, one poisonous What Is from of Individ- year? Ihey ore all pract'cally one - .m.im-- KUu, SCrCy twvgliisnbiev tecco potted fever has for tteek pis.t b).i true tlxo. Cvuar a re.ldent of Virginia Cily, The bilh and proMUtlBj bill w them by nylng, It Is I answer op members approached him nnd ordered him it choosss for lifetime companion one one iot"Acappri)prlslloa lu portions of Webtter and Caldwell ui' of nations. The horrors of tbe claim, to hare been -- lilted by Satan, and snd out, but be stout'y refill 1 ta go, slid Wlo has been tenderly reared, nnd she uals Is true Itavnlutlon eave this country because the Lord hrs His favorites, aad Countios, Lut It bat now begun to spread EN ROUTE. pucd The Icgl.lallte approprlst n lull lo hare had a loug talk With tbe old wx finally ped. The drllclcney hi showing light, tbey took bold of him, anl, ls wurlhy of hlra and ho Is worthy A..,rtnn He puts txtra dltolpllne upon you, and alarmingly. Inderiver io Tbero have been over fifty tKjy. tlriirral Harrison n III. Trip In Ilia f trr n struggle, got him at far ai the con.Mc rfi and an amendment adopted iiiro ofl hir: at niercbniit. or farirJT, or this side of tbe Mississippi between Eng- extra trial, because he has you for extra In one locality, and only two per Capital, Hia U.r.i,:U Tre. p?ttia r,V1 lo pny twionrl l.amont uie ,itf ng nndltwnt prVeitljual man, or mechanic or nrt-l- it pendence, and the conflict mott of this irlortr. extra enthronement and extra fo- - deaths when ho legaii gave tbo torn have leen known to recover, one of Co Lf Mint, 0., Feb. St). General HarrU 00 mlrr, It tieeeuilng alarmtd at the growth trrenrti tetween bit prctent .alary b tolls to edncnte nnd rear his land nnd France with dllticulty that bo wns taken on the licltles. That Is no guot of mine, but a whom Is totally blind and the other a cripAi "ill son left Indlrtnapolls yesterday on his tbe Mississippi to the Divine f the annexatlou lenlluietil among the a year, which hi. outside and taken to the Klice station cbl Jronj hi It sticceeJIng, bat he has not country west cf France owned It, but Natut. so: ''Whom tbe Lord loveth ple fur life. P in the lliute adjourned, Journey toward the seat ot (iovernment, United Btatos. i "Well," says tome ont, He chaiteseth." abllihtd for his family a full fellow It an entire stranger In this yj Newi-or- t bus organized a Builders' Exot which lie will etsumed. .All llie poleon, fearing thnt England wou d take "I would ntbor hove a little less In Heaven VAitl(,T". Feb ?i nbsolu'ely Indlipo ; bo eem Ins president ot tin I'hlladelphla board .u.'mlaiptli to the HrnsteBlAlK. Th lloute the rolnt route large crowds gathered at vicinity, and nothing can bo learned of Pill, author lhe along the It, practically made a pr sent to the United and a little more here. my change. Discount to that lion eholdj but one day Utoro .it education advocate the employment of nmtlructlol Of brMgft arrni. the Mli.(ip4 the depots to cheer tbe train as It sped by. him, except that his home Is In Fostor.a. b;en established at A only $lo.OOJ.OO' 10 mortgage on his house, per cent, and the he lint raving Heavtnly robs ii) a teachars of boys ov- -r twelve veart rttrr at Mjn Wit, aad acro.s the T'utai (IreenDrld was pasted luajldy, snd at He Isofareligion, minlne, mid nIntki allcross hils paid crT the tbio igh a strong north-ea- d rJtales-f- or be received Arknnsis, I'helpi, Pike County and J. J. Wool f of d of Louisiana, Mississippi, d a He oirrle. on, .mall me now put It time let coming homo wfagN and for tt' ttloned postmaster. rler st lnlcl. Ferry. Knlgh slownastopwas made. Tbe InmntiS Nebraska, Iowa, Mlnneioto, Colo conwind and a chill strikes through lilm. crercoat; put m in a lest rouim body of a man almoit dead from TltlRTT-ni.- r of a collect lot district at Tempt 1a . ot thcMoldleis' Orphans' Home were out In suspended from a chain In his band me THE Ihoutand barrels ot caul It iiil fiur days of pneumonia eid Ills rado, Ilakotn, Montana, Wyoming ana of m my manhouso stantly, and eteryfow minutes rilees concurred It On nmlle of Mr 'flower were shipped from the little town exposure wat found In the woods near or iue mooi mo gorgeous rot m ot tbe President-elecitutiX full force to welcouio the In print the above his head and mutters .omelbltig in-- f eiitl ly career, nnd the wife and children Indian Territory, uutcame this country sions andlst me havo a house here In a Falrvlew the other evening. Billevlng It the f llaltltuok, on ling Inland, the pa. t Tbe lienrral allowed hliute f at Cambridge Is no rr No, no; aildrrttcs of all the Ireldil udible, and can not be. persuided to glvd go into r. a'tugglo for tbelter and foo.L Anwrlcan Involution to be Sylvester l.ayne, the body was reea.oo. Mliatsilpp'i out of tho Euro' better neliborhood." City, wbeie a greit crowd awaited hi in. Printing lhcitloa 111 up. He will be held until be Is ident1 nixt door ne gblwr Is a roan who, ou.tol thecame tnat westoi invaiiasiiiipi" going to rob Heaven, which is to bs your moved to bit mother's bom. Mrs. Lnyne, electric ran at Han Jose, Cal,arw cmtreges were taken up by a parly vov Mr. Tbe train arrived In H'chmond amid the It Tux Ihisgb stiong nnd well, lets bis wife sup. penn war fled. 01 to Its residence f or nlno hundred quadrillion deceive! bv tbe wonderful reseniblarx-- ' ileclared to lie a fal.uri, an i the peoLooming of cannon and the blowing ot Ths llrltlsh Emnlre tun iorm.n got the floor bit yielded for .tore .bode, wAlch .ra t, I munnufn,Mim mu,rrT if- -, . P"rt h-- -nit. he i around- at tliegrocery even- - UrVint ring r" ndeur' ,was the pitted. The retolu-- l whittle. ple call for hortei so that regular trip, can dry clHI till. nhlPh Urcenrllle Pr.t In iuuumhh! I,!!,,, ... iMurthe wuen inier in m. j Uhlo town reached ami ih.re two lira.s tionlor a retltlonot eiUtlngclorllon l made. ,r ""Tn. spiracr n" "f ,v, .' T ,ii ii u.i i.ii-x- w year, or mistook for blui die,home to the surprise Tug raltroadt are largely Inrrea.lng Cou;r timm wa. del!! Th ,i only ten years longer, or only one band, and a cannon helped to enliven llie it...H.r I'liilailrlpl.la .nil rltl.linrKll. ti'tig lilt cximpie anu icuns bot night Layne leaihod nrk, nnd Walter Now, yob ha 1 KhcrlJ.o's pn.loa M wa. i,on occailon. At llradford Junction engine incnlloMr. twotrjall tbe uie that man is in Ih.lr track, at Washington fur tbe accoin concurred In, aad at Jill p. tn. Ite Ben.te ad ,,.. . . of nil. . 1.1. lie lurri and Cromwell's uistoiu- New York, Feb 2 - For.everal months u no,, and ehglneers were changed. At l'l.pia paitexper.menta havo been made between t'nf h iti.e It to rav bectuse the c ITee Is nodatloti nt pclal trains during Inaugurof Edge ter cneeriuuv las uuu u.w Joiix Mllt s was taken from Nicholas tourued. after kkm nilhutterlng agtintt Hoar, been taking care of folks on or tlon of Parliament, and thebattlei He kai ation vietk Mat another big crowd, and the party for two years for .ewoerry, anu you tee, sevea tbiusand nnd Pittsburgh c it hen bo cornel toa lato luetxfast, retuluiion. and knows villa to the penitentiary and this city, Philadelphia telegraph cillel v say CJltl .g things about his wife's Hill, nnd Orandlham, una yeirt, the train wa. Increased by tlovernor AaxMiitiiof the llrltl.h royal family Dunbir, for near llot'KE.-- Mr Mill. wtirccignUeti ai.Jc.llwl her Maraton Moor, nnd Nateby, nd Charles how to do It and can see what I best for towns were with a new printing lolosrnph." 1'flnco Albert Victor will soon come over U.th revolution ngilml the Sen. ! Uriri bill. Mr. Foraker. Other Ohio The cks when he furnlibes nothing fir ot TnE Kentucky Press Association will hap- ami rielgemoor, arid execution better than yon can yourse f Don'i eight o'clock tail "K.tlck'e typewriting to Canada, presumably to knock annex.., ,,, lUn.latl rjlel thequriUoii ot contldera pa.ted, and at balt-paLondon fire, yoil oi aline 10 w,r Ir ibe. The bet thing thnt could think that you aie too Insignificant to b meetntOwentboro In June. reached, where he re-- I latertt experiiuent., all male ot weather nnd pen to that fnmt'y woul I Lo tiat nian'j I., and London plague, and lion nidi. ay , kinds lo make a report fnjai tho Coisiuiiiteo on night thlt city was in Jengtn, In of Jetiaiuliu County 1 for. Itwnitall that London lnurreclIon, and llychotisi TitE celd! as great an oration as mortal man mites unfivorable condition ., are claimed fu ral; but ba declines t J die; In lives on nnd and tbe vicissitudes of centti let. 80 divinely care could not lie present toDiana elected Democrats Tke llouia iotc t agalntt Mlll.-i- cat Mr. I.mnrnuEn. nf Ciltey llounly Ki , under the following County Committed; keep plot, 1 the god lots, w is ..loptoit The (ieneral spoke for could receive. tnl on and on Sjwehavoal nitlcs thtt Ihe earth itself, belore it could become an baa a.krd the l.gla'atura to amputate a ns. n. stilt llamlill s retoiutlon to have besn very satisfactory, nnd nt demW. 0. Moiely, Jihn Bpeais, W. T. i.and, at Ephetui from burning of tl 0 utef ul ore etrly cut IT. w bile He went! bis name male to tit the hoar for s.eBit)llng at ma. in A RUnit live minute. The train stopped onstrating the perfect feailtdllty of the sys"Urn" fur him retldence for bortemile wai attending upon the Llrth ol Oroom Taylor nnd Elijah Sandusky. W. she tocou.lder Mrs. hherhlatie ptntton twenty minute.. Knjlnoi wer changed tem. The transmitting lnt'rutii.iit is worked in, larantesof socitty have great vital appropriate and beautiful according t irtolutlon plain 'llirger." the human family, hid, him who wat to bo A'cxanJer tho Great G Mosely was olected Chairman. bill wa. reported Alter mn HI " 'tiering It and a new crew put In charge, and the universal deluge Miht IIkav, coloreil, of duytoii, (It, like m keyboiid and leipilie. nospeclnl leteit . Bv an order Issued a few days ago by psunl, n.lug the rale al .") a er. train whirled on Its way. .nylng on my harp geology, tobownihed by lncaudescent by But I toll you that your Ool and my Ood Makeup till' dark list foiitnl. In Itorida, her mother, from "fee Mil n ictlro Otneril Itoieerant t a Hrig-training on the ptrtof tlio opeiator. The it 3 great In trua thingt nt well a "nrge Samuel E. Hill, Adjutant Genera", permison the and scorc'bodand male four "limn the was forcibly .eiiarl.l fifty xii-- r t.e.i-i- -( the ssrac matter transmitted Is received at the op- ouJ gite throe or suruils thiumi hope unlvenal flret.nnd pounded by tie cttti up thing Ibtt II could attend the era He of a sion I given for armed troops to pass ng hud Creil Gold Protptet thony of methndt,am!iauo.t aft.r an ctr.tmg foiiryears ago. posite terminal and at any way stations, and wrenched by earthof Icebe-gbabe and at tbe same time tbo burning ot through thlt State to altena the Inaugural iMi'iniiMJ.. Mich., F.U .0 The Finn automatically, onstnpiof pipT th'ree oi Ilia u e u linn was l'.'raapi fc.il st. Mr IUadllcal!e.lui.bliroolutlii sad il wa. continents, and shaken by a world. I'v.MiliviriT. though longdelayod.comee of Hnrriion dcHelency Hrotheia, cf Orayllng, Mich., working on world bjcatne he an I his quakes that split Moruiiy ne.U TV t tut 0 the four Inches wide, In plan pi tit Theop. at lait. A California servant girl hat laid over untillull tosied mountains, nnd And Ood will make It all right with you The fctalo of Kentucky ha brought ult .e.rontl.ir4 ti.Ullp.tu. prospects uorth ot the Michigan lulie, eratlonscf Ibis te eeianh have been w It- - fan lvwere scons u ted tbattheyc u d volcano's that Ihe catattrophot of tbout mairimi a millionaire, and will now have appropriation you will slug at Lcultville egalntt Manager Charles through aud there Is on song that from the surface. The neised by leading journallsta with much , thive endued torn great proiperlty passed years before raradise b'came your first ten years In Heaven, Smith, of the Western Union Telegraph , .. .. , r.M, Bdvanlaget f jr th.lnilihthavel'ii Juit ahead, and they stndiof and the groves coumiuswuui every hour iVAlillim!, Feb M -- Sv.i tie Among Ihe gold Is In .martx in nuggeis, ana irom a , , Tug only colored man In the next Na and the refrain of the song will Company, for $W peualty for failure to andmcmorlil.presentrdaiKlrrffrrcd pounds of rock a Bol WU..VII might havj gons ilonn In the possible pellllost new.naner work ine iinoiuor ciaimt iltithir tional llntise ut Itepresenlatlvea will 1 o glad Oot dd not tholr green banners and tha first garden lei "I am prcpertyiepi.it tbo company' properly wa. one by leiegrapn irosu ina rourin i.n- - )3S5 was smelted. This Is Hit first pros tb to lex ol oiii most "iiito'"ij II. 1'. Cheatham, from the rtecond North it ."i'l l".rgly '"p'r-el- e pour Its carnage of color between tbe let mo have It my own way." Your for taxation atsipmeat of the it A, II. Dii'risnt d j .lcct , qusrtx earrylng gold In thst thirty-!!v- r up ten thousand luui'luMs. nhtch .ttntlo The present epeJd lialout Trouble a Bood case will all bi nxet up in Heaven, Carvtlna district rsssa, ss:;5.;.a.. f..i. . Willi A. Autvs, a drummer for a IiiniOle antl Clhon and tbo UlddekeL wonl,rfui amount has been found for na words a ra'ntttc, with a possibility o Anl wilisneil will oh J wa 1... II. tn l.ervedfuf i of 'niFHK ars ia'd ta to about a doian atttaxt the recks, t o UVI.Ihuu ... I .!... whisky bout, bat been arretted nt .....1. thine for well us gooa Igood thing Individ- en I there will bo su h a reversaleachcondiuj, fifty woids ,i 11 .tie i, ami luoj ii. thing for other Meinpbl., cliargj wltu lorging an oiu.r rgro phys'c'.snt In lirosktyn. sj&.a of rntry ssS ttttlrarct by Ud ... ..wr. ui t& tion that wo can hardly find Tw Children Burns! and title I tions, as I fe kept close to Christ of me with for some suh)e.t totheexl.t whom base leen In aolive practice for ITalon. wlthuut their Express Company. tlm. Some of us w ho hava Uvea on the In uals, So when yon push ngalntt A Lirja Catli- -j Hn.r.sA Most, FeUrttlwo children for u.e.'ulne.t here und high seals e ing houie.iead law requiring elr and cultlsa fully forty yaara. bouses here and In a sharp Interrogation point Why do tho In flrst-ratrtetweretcld at Felt. 2V Tho last ol Heaven, and when tbey meet nt last beoutrage tco'ulloii named Ca'ahan, at Ilelmont, svere turned Han lutvcitco. Tug King ot Hinios tt dliconteiited, not ttort Hoar s ole Hon good itiller! I open the dark saying on a nelghbirhoodi will bo found beciuie cf Lexington on th lfct'i Ititt. for fillO-i- u te. Mr. tn death and a third will probably not the lare by a inr'y up for the hull ot Ihe U. ft fore tho Ihrono they wilt acknowledge a. thi ugh I can neither play an etrthly servloe, llv average of VJfJi. Ivcauio hU .alary Is only twenty dollars Daniel,taken Virginia, uddrvited tbe Henalr, survive. The mother bad gone out lo tt. now lelng con ths', th u,h thi furnaca wat hot, it pari-fle- d harp, and, comet, nor hautboy, nor bugle, ourlukewanunt-so- f b ,ck s reels of the o of ciulscr San Finno-.corgan, nor Ing on one of the n month, tut because he has to take part bout. At M p tn. the Kenati cure sorao household supplies, when the ttriiclod nt (tin Fnlon lion Wolks. was A nertlNU of Ibe Boiitbjtt County them and pipred l!im for anotoriial taken somo lessons ol It In ooconnuti. grower, wat hld nt Pnilt on lbs Hil)uind lolsaid for nor clarionet, I havaand If you would like lestlal city, and clear down at v.the end ol oldest boy held tho tat against tho stove nmle et the I'aclho llolllig Mlllsjestcr. ia err of gloiy nnd dlle om It, at No. WH cr 903, or 16W, I,AT July Flouet wounded tlaulanger of life on the gospel harp, intorallon, kin I Ili h Inst. o and its lis. r took lire. It run under a.ofa, day afternoon The ca.'iig it of sloel, wluli no llotint: -- The ITi.pl. In, m h to hour tn' I will play you these; 'All ono who had unattractive earibly abodes, lu a duel. The other day Floquet wat deIrrllngly alluded lo tho fact thst lo.tny the the building was Ignited, and two ot tho and is (lit port strut for the p rt abaft id flitol them. On the things work together for good tothosowho Marshall I'ErrEit, colored, wa arrestud haio (h !" and a Cramped 011 at thu' feated in tbe French Parliament That Is llou.ef would pay lt tst Irllmte of reipccl lo uhlldreu perlsbel. ., the teste!. Ibe chargo ot until In Hi otuer hand, the utelo.t man lived onto love Ood." "Now no chastening for the Heavenly olty, b) In n hou.e fren ng th ed at llopklnst llie, charged with having M nurnes oi nn why llojlaugor me mrmorrof inelate Ja. lurtmce wat Ifi. XO pcu U, and the stmt tifiy or tlx y, or seventy years, 'jecauie present teenieth to b Joyous, lutgrlevous; lloyal 1'laxa, right by tbe Imperial foun killed a man nt Springfield, Tenn., four Morion' Send-Ooiirl. rho whll- - the mortal iiiitls were gather- Tux act granting nn Increase of psnslons will woljh about 11,00. Abou" twelve I lbs ease he over can havo ho must luvo ntverthe'eis, and rametl nflerward It yleldeth tain, or on the bolgbti overlooking th years ago. Ing around him, kept in his pls Feb, 2(1 John F. Pluintner soldier who lost tiulh hands In the ser In Nkw Yohk, not, therefore, III this word nnd yo.i ought hours' heating la tlm lurnace nt a tomptr-nturoJ T. Hutchersox, a farmer of Logan all possible fruits of rightooutness Hlver of Life tho chariots of salvation Hon. Levi 1'. Morion at dinner entertained victimised at Auburn by a fsur Ihctmand degieet were re- h..ritiUe linn bis earthly longorlty. Ii unto them which ore oxerclsed thereby." halting at your door, while those vltlt you County, wn man, boo!d him tbe county ot the departure of tbe Vice. quired tn Lilug the mntnl to the uecetitry on the eve ll th3 agoi there I ai not a tingle loafer Weeping miy endure for a night, I ut Joy who are more than conquerors, and those confidence Astor, the Pre.ldent-elec- t for Wathlngton. A Hum- - condlilon for Tlisro Is no place barrow. ng. se- entered lljnven. What a who aro kings unto rleht for the lrnmifacture of la ths ." and qnoens ilchtit man In the country, It now estl iite :e:th ........ Klcvenin ivn.ttt wt. lier ot Uepubllcan leadert were k""'", him tu iliii aiuund. Ziol e ,, 0(, my brother, The man gave lilt name at Caldwell, and You, sweet thing I a harp; and I wonder not Ood -- 'ably forever. .....r"..niio., i.m ir.d thsocca.Ior. v.i. mated at iPOOOl.tt') He Itabgiit teventy i Ti. MlsU't). A for Ihoy atn full of tbe most lentplei have pretended lo tepiJ.iiit Slddon K Ca, of'i who - n sulogtet ol j In Waist, the country ot my nncit sl.ler, ... go und n wiiiiwer you, my , one, No political tpotchei wero made. w at considered until t p. m, alert nnd ripturoiu worship. that tho harp hat become the national In and Wit. He ascured Mr. Hutcber-nsnKmiw ili e. '1 knx.. FcU J3 -- Mr. T. B , soroi' lor., it ao bard hero, will have It o fine Uaclne. Mna. CoiiNKiJta YAiiimniLT Is to erect iue late Mr. Hume, of Mietour wern do noto for 4J0), disuounted it at tbo lluliibiiilge, wife ol tlio wo.l'Wnown wer tTtontue riter Unk, for that It tho plaoa itrument, and that they have feitlvalt and grand IH Urdly know - that j u Lost ol Llie al a Fire. n monument ovr ttia grate oi iieuerai i iiirmi mniu"iv fourteen-year-ol- d there lha conquerors recline. Nit In tho;, where great prlxe are offered In the com- vonr.elf and will feel disposed to dispute Deposit Bank nt Ituttellvllle, and bat not A numlwi At Win field. chant brie, gavo her llniUNOTON Is., Feb 2d Wakiiimitov, Feb Franrit Marlon, tbe revolutionary hero. there aro multitudes onter-ndaughter Agnes aconite th a morning, ate, harp; or that your own Identity, and the first time I set been teen tlnco petition between harp and Mho I. n descendant ot the Marions. Henry County, Hilt Btete, too dwelling of mistaking It for parngorlo. Ihe girl dleJ ol light honso bills and other tnisi measure. and we sre tnld that .t each of the 1 Jerry McCAttiiir, who shot a colored ruucu oi nis read nnd tut Bebatliau were putted. Pension ctoes li Utah the renins of children of school referred llou.e nmetnlBienlt wereMrfc Kherl Thomas Inula wa. destroyed, nnd his In three hsurs. The or Is r.c. '....iiy eivo gntei ihcro it an angel, and that weiid wrt ovr hi fcraru wa and vibrating you there I will cry at down 'Didn't In tell fcov at Nlcbolaivlllo about a year ago, con 'it th chorded there lima yo io when you iuotberlnlaw, Mm, Toil.ill, sixly jrnrs prostrated, anl her iccovery Is d .iibJfi.il u six nlid eighteen year., age, between it nl guard would not allow tha pit don, pen.lon bill were egrvodtn. Hou.e bill old, and Innls' eleven. yuar-ol- d lrlangle,and was not tatlsUed until he had Brooklyn Tebernacle aim loosen increuu fessed to shooting In udden beatISof and daughter , ba boakol with up Idlers. b, shows there are In Uie Territory I'll toys lo illslde u orlioii of Iho Hlous rrallon In In Ibe srluull inurtoit the ot tlx octave from E lou because you thought It too good to b given It a corapnt were burned to death. parentage. and .1,(111 girls ol Etecu'lon by Guillotine. Thu aru.y impropriation If ths good and ui'ful go early, r Jo'ce to E with all the or that whon true?" And you will answer: "You wore was fined ?'0, which his bondsman paid. UiJta sii Ihe late Itcp ilh.ni IN, Feb. 25 Dauth, the robber and si h Hi in that thoy have so soon got King Saul wa demented, the Son of Jesse It It noted that although the female bill wat mnsldercd. or K.ulogle. o. 'ollnwril until Fannie Massky, a colored woman, was How Long lit Held Hit Breath. right, the half was not told me !" Bo tble . Is Missouri, U.030 0)) egg., the doesn't make rr.entalhe llururs, nt Hnmlurg brcitgh with human life, wh vh at eel lay. was cuilioliiieil t Vnnfordvltl-- , In thu elrenlt rniirt ' iiiuiIrrt-ivour dark -- aylnj- of film, and putting ( U JV m when tbe Hecate adjourned Ilsixii lliiiiw l'eli. SU It ohard Free early ye.tentey iiionilng. Tho orlmoi !t--' a'slitiggle. And If the useless and ba stay, came boforo charmed tilings ol hittiefinger mnrnln- - I and complaint on my gospel tried sentenced to tbe penitentiary tor one much fuss over It as the ben that pren. uarp, despondency and toe son of A", L which hewn ejecutcd was tearcc! norms. In Ihe House filinustermg vsscom-man, tho tends the hat Jutt laid an old china noil it- j relo'ce that they miy ue ont lniuoworura anions bar of rautlc. year for nrson. 1 be crime was commit-t.,- 1 hy Mr. Illsud (Mo )to paWut .on, Idmeni-errooman, while ploying at home, In trying blotidy than tho net which took hit life at fresh air a good many years before their played thedevlloutof thecraxedmonarca, harp and giv you jutt one ue In December. l387.sbeburiilHg a bouse feIn Heaven there hall bt harpers For I u not preienu to uiucu os 1 or Hint the name j eratlon of measures bj unanimous conte. C to too bow long he could bold his breath, tho block. Ho died uiiiopentnnt and .in- final luctieeration. Hardy Ai Arkantas man who ' lloohrr iMo.1 was sworn In Instinct the I with their haipi. Bo you will not plater. "The lamb which It In the m'dtl on the farm of M. Pedlgs, near wants It of Jerusalem John Johnion urst u blood vessel and died a few niln cut chow Ing thcrleatt nervotttneu or f ar lntrrogtlon th second: Why do so harping me for opening the dark as lug on of the throne shall lead tbem to living vlltes. UleJamcaM, llurnea TheCAllfornlar ..tloni utes later. blame changed to John the llaptist Bnilth In contest ra.o of Kulltianvt Fcltou wut culled many goal people hate so much trouble Georue Biiown-- wa given two yeais lu (loipel harp. fountains of water and Uod snail wipt Alabama LyncMnn order that he may Inherit ten acres, of upandllllbutterlng ro suit Ml Senate utiierd ' breaking Into s. slrknes 1, binkruptcy, psrsecutlon, the the Stars. Why dll a good away all tear from tholr eyes." But 1 the penitentiary for to steal. He wa. Interrogation third: Intnl. . The attempt tc (It.MVA, AI.A., rati black vdltures sometime put ing Intending freight-car- . infills lo tho agrloullural npproprls'ion bill come Into the must confess 1 am a little poiplexed how Fott 2U The flrtt flag outrage nnd murder Mrs. Annie Shines by three II rce HAliiilsitumi, 1'a, Ilg.s lIuTTKiiwoiiTH Isitrerlng a reward Into oie set ot Jabglod Uod let ain and trouble car latt Novemwere non concurred In. Iloll calls and cull ol their out? some of you good Christians are going to found In a loadod freight was immediately . wa raltod ' Ins nerves I tulnk npw of a good friend I world when He might have kept them fur the name ot th) newspaper Hint has tlin llnu.o consumed the cntlra .In) the lie with tbe four additional atari building lloniiievllle, and Jim Whltoblltkt, coloied. loitt ted 11 Ifn had a crood reason. lie get through the gate, beoause tnero win ber, at her Capitol nnl, I, ptit'llpAiit r'efutln tc vote. At 5. Up nt the on the dome ot the not at soino time or oilier nske I, In conbeing tnken out by tho eninged nt ens once bad. He wn a consecrated Christ a 1 so many there to greet you and they arretted. given u. yenterday j efter hit (.onfeatloti nnd shot to ileam nection with his iiamei "What Is butter llousosiljuurnod, man, an el ler In tlio church nnd as pollshod htd reason that Ho bat never no more beIII all want to shake hands at once and A iihakemsn named Curry wat killed by v, He could worth!" a Christian genuemnn at ever wbiksu He had reaaont which QUEER QUADRUPEDS. ABOUT FOREIGN LANDS. In our finite state will all want tbe first kiss. They will cars near Frankfort. Low Down Vercury. llroa In ay. First his general health gavo make u understand CoNIEUElUTE veteran bate organlted comlnj, and they Two conscience contribution were re A xtTTEXntNorfolk.Va., ha been trained Very cold wenthei out and ho hobbled around on a cane, than the father ttartdig out on tome great have beard that you are welcome you and a relief nisoelntlon In Fayette County. ItianiN, Feb. 2 UiiiMiA, lii tho enslern partof Ceiitraf celled nt Hie Treasury Department the to drink milk through a straw. oould luikstho will all prei around to waa reputed teelerdny fiomtnrout 111 After anl elaborate enterprlie, forty. at man old Mrs. CD STA?.niMRi, of Louisville, It other day, one for J3,2i6 from Washington, an Afrli'a, Ima nn urea of S,(Wi aquaro miles point! A ngsnigSTof Washington, 1), 0 , h child In Its aimed chair will want you to ay whether you know In New England. At Mnilon N. n while parol) s s struck him. Having by nnd populiithin of f,0iki,(J. said to te tbe richest woman in Kentucky. end another for thirty cents fiom Plilla be-- I animal which prcaenti n curloua remblna-Hon- . was to demonstrate them after being so Ion? parted. H tho tber.noiucter leglsteredlW dg. year old, . poir health been compelled suddenly to comprehend It One character may bo Sbe it a widow, twenty-thredelphla. Tiik greutost rmlgrution aoclcly at pros, Ha futlicr wn a half Mcxiian hair low xero; nt Concord, N. 11., 20 dec quit but nett, ho lost what properly he what grandeur of by conquering evil. Armor In Ancient Time. and worth 3,o0,"0. Kl.AnonATE arrangements are making loss dog and halt rubbll, and Ha mother wat cut la tho Argonllnn ltepubllc. It will spend low, on earth and nt Montpoller, Vt., 20 deg. li'iw. had. Then hit beautiful daugbtor dloJ. achieved II. C (lOtTEK wat appointed postmatter Until tbo sixteenth century armor dove!-o- t f ir holding n ' beauty show" In I'nrlt lu a cat Its hind foot uio llko a dog's, with tbia jeur (WM) to bring Immigrants no evil to conquer nnd 11I0110. .Ships Chitihnni Bay wns Iroxrn from Hai ling' Then n ton became bopelettly demented. Hnd there been console, then this unicd In a logical way; Its forms were govat Mammoth Cave, Elmonioii County, April, tho entiles to embrace types of tho claw a of u cat. It skin Is smooth, with finm tho noith of Euroiio Franco aro tak- I Beach to Mononiy. to of war, changes vice Henry A Clemen, rttlgned, and Holland und Another ton, splendid of mind and com no trouble i:thIoplana,MongoYlaii at well at Caucasian tho oxccptlon of a few hair on II back, from England, In havj known an erned by tho noce.tltlos over thousand. h...i!lnz of presence, resolve 1 that he verse would a Moset or a Joshua or In It wero tho retull of practical expe Win Y. Dycui at Nicholas Livliigiton beauty. The first pnewlll represent a aud its faco is liko that of u ant, lucking, ing them Adblleralei MiU or rience and actual experiment on tbo batMote. C lngleheart having care of his father's household, Abraham however, tho whlskora nnd ojebrow. It County, Tiik laud ia ao valuuble In most of tho Bovalue of MOW. Di. Nt.w YeiltK FeU ittulu It would take ths swoip of yellow fever at an Eieklol or a Paul or a Christ or a tle field not decided upon In the office of declined. lie tall Is long and pointed and lo curled up by ttled districts of China that hay has to bo biiluiider . , IlEV. W. K JoiiN80f, of Plalnvllle, Ct, Stone, of Ih.NcwYoik .Milk and (.ream Fematidlua, Fia., he tu Idenly expired, Wathlngton or n John Milton or a John the Minister 01 war. tho animal's aide Hindi) out of tho atulka of tho grain that wus Near Bhawnn "While tapt- tirippeu a tho sixteenth century it became I Goodman and gave and a million victories which Company, tilm ilnlmt thet ho tolls nearly do you know good man and wdmeii w pieacbei lu his dry goods store Hunday Howard, Alter 1110 cut down CoNsrciiciT coon havo many pocuhur raised for iiiiin. colored man nam b the consecrate I nntast c and moanlngleas, a gala coatuma him ono hundred lathes. Another man evenings to men, mid the al;n "Smoking traits, but Merldou has pcrhnpa tho only tho moment tho cms of golden corn are live tltou.nii I ipiaittol milk dai.y t in mvo had enough troubb., you think, ti hive been gained been rather tbsn a barnets; tho greatest cap- allowej" hangs from the pulpl . Ills Iden pair that am not prohibitionists. Their love plucked, to mnko food for thu unltnuls. valid ninl chliilirn lint beeu mrettelon 0111 hfl'ly eaple. worldly philosophy tplrlUof atl age would never have clung got forty lathes. sed Is to reach n class of men Iht fiee-angained. Had theie been no battle there tains 01T JQark" Ulei DUl th9 nobles for beer la no atroug thnt thoy will drink aihargoof ndtilteintiug milk. Geo. Jones "and Chat. Messer, while could tnko such 0 tn.ublo and set It ti Li He mi Cm ami Is icportod as suyfngi of distinction. nothing olso. Llko many other topers, they eatlet who never go lo church. would have been no victory. Nine. tenths to It as tocrott the Ohio rlvtr In a Jo- mm c, or piny It on violin or lluti or du "lloforo half u century hat passed China It IVIcsmjn Ki'lt lliinnll. of Heaven would nover .countered V, uoTmouSrheThVrat'theond The Crow l'rlncest of Auttrla wore at uro uuablo to rcaluo when thoy hva hud will Ih' roveretl v. Ml railways as tt Mi u net Friend... clitur cr eacklut, but I dare to open that of the anthem Heaven could never have 2.S -- I'olne nan Milwaukkk, Wis. FeU being have been aung. her husband' funeral a gown with a train enough. Thoy get boiling drunk nt overIn Itsltnmenso mlnernl rcaniircvi will bo tlxteenth cemtury Lanoue com- -- gale and weie ups.t, tbe former escn pe. hinisilf a his dark saying on a goejiel harp. So .Uo allot mid killed of the Hosven that ofttio almade from tbe mourning droit worn by opportunity, and Usually cud their tprco H will havo rollinir mills and fur Louis drowned. Master made a narro' You wonder that very consecrated pio been a thousandth part nlaine' that gentlemen of thirty vrere Ho hid li'en navago fight. Neither will drink beer 01 Kenion rur- y that I am glad that many parls of tho country, and It home te.terdiy moiniiig Maria 'fheiesu at tho funeral of Francis of pta Imve troub'ef Did you ever know any It It. I will not readj deformod by tho weight of their Deceased w.st a resident browed In Connecticut They drink Now nacea in unwell a id wai temporarily ir.itte, altn and sorrow did euter, but I doiay that armor it notlmposslblo tlml II inuyilo thomanu-facturinLorn ne. coneeciated man or wi man who had usee. York or Mllwuukeo beer. to In .lutles tbo luy though a le lo attend all h,,n ,'lj'"l"J'1 1.. .nltA nf IhA hutpa armors of Henry TiiKhalt-bierd- s for tho world," Tho Viceroy I In Montana have been trouble? Never. It wns I am glad thtt after (lod lit glVJii He hit A A yAUMKii living u few mile, east ol before. He leases a wife ami child, and 11 1 bad great will exceedingly sanguine, but thero Is no imAnthony of Burgundy, and nt Bloom, Graiai County, with Aa J. gmnted periultslon by the Dominion GovHoney (Irovo, Tex., has n mulo that is t trough their trouble lanctlllod that tbey reason to an nttembled If universe sorrow VIII, old. wns twenty-t-. enia mediate, rninoii for American und European tin and othera. tha aver.iro site of the hoitoied than and at South Loluuibut, ernment to bring bnck to Canada their live natural rurioalty. Tho most prominent tcio made very good. If you find any be mere being frightened uttliapros. entered, and tl nt the uufnllHii modern mun Is greater than that of thai Hlcktian County, John B. Uickiou, post- slock free of duly. They will return to footuro about In mulcshlp is that bo Is Just manufacturers Freight Train Collision. wltero In thlt city a man who hai now and had nevor aad last competition of tho Flowery pu ..i,n., of tha middle be outdone and will exactly eighteen nnd a hull hundt high, or pect of tbo their old home at Ilatouche, N. W. T. KnoxviLtE, Tkn.v , FeU s. Two freight alw ay hat had perfect health, and neter celestials will Is rarely r tiled for six feet two Inches, so Hint u man who Kingdom. A plncooni'O lost lhlr trumpet to listen, and It will Uonalss.nco, If we ran judge fro"'"" ""ft hat bten tettled by a lcultville "faithto Ah Invention that It bln trains collided on (he Knoxvllle and Ohio lo.t a child, and ha alw ay been poptiln.. down "-JTho Chincso wero onco tho loadmvcit!. com sending co'ns through the mails conilttit stands alx feet In lit lockings aundlnt' hy er of tlioworlil, and fell behind In tho raco. rnllioad, half a uilln north of thlsiity. and nover had butlnctt struggle or m cur medium that the world will i! SP . an end In ls'il of a piece of pasteboard about tbo simol tho mule's sbnuldor, Just lacks tno Inches line, who It dlstlnguU'iod for goo Incsi, It not likely thnt they will uguln tuko tho One fireman wat killed ami both engliif betting he IticiiAnn Kotcii htt secure th an envelope. In It are holes tbe tint of a of lielng Inas high ns thu nnlmal, and wrecked. Htveral Irelglit car wer df pull your wire for a telegraph mesnger rail. Tuiiiej" wai ono In (idvuneoof flgure, weight. to hi hclghl, tlri'lnB privilege at Laloula at a very ttoep silver quarter, a half dollar and a dollar, tho beam ulproportion mollihed. 'tlio ncoldont was eaue, by a uv and tend me word and I will drop 'V1,019 pounds. aud Kb!",. aud Wagner and Beethoen I .very thing and go right aw ay to lools nt misunderstanding of orluis. with red paper teals ready o paste acroti each !ot WAtJitiMnto. has 200 mllei of asphaltuni nlrtets. An eloctrls car Hue to lb top of M. tlonaty llldge It propositi. An English Jury hai decided lhat the Prince of Wales' noie It red. Hgnun 510 bill are circulated In Port-U- p J, On., In Urn number. lUr. Uii. Silence It n Chicago Socialist who believes In "agitation." Thk Empress of Japan, whn !. Wat els, takes imr dntltt alone with her. Til r. only time n penon doet not car to lueak the Ice Is when lie Ron skating. HinotxartAM, Ai.a., has organised a com "peny with $00,IU) capital to build a cotton tol man n up-ro- . lniur-txuntabl- e. poal-oOlc-e 1 mm' ht ifnou-rapher- a There never has been a man Ilk that, and never will be. Who aro those creatures who arrogant, move about without sympathy ror otnere and think more of a Bt Bernard dog, or an Alderney cow, or a Bouthdown sheep, or a lJerktbtre pig than a man! Tbey never had any trouble, or the trouble was never sanctified. Who are those men who listen with molsteyeaeyou toll tbem of goffering and who bavD pathos In tbelr voice and a kindness In tbelr manner and an excuse Or an alleviation for those gone astray1 They are the men who have graduated at the Iloyat Academy of Trouble, and .they bate tbe diploma written In wrinkles ou their own countenances. My I my I What heartaches they bad I Viiat tears Ihoy to wept Vnat injustice tney nave nt feredl Tbe mightiest Influence for Is trouble. Mo diamond fit for a crown until It Is cut Ho wheat fit for bread till It Is ground. There are only three things that Cad break oK a chain a hammer, a file or a fire, and trouble II all three efjfcem. The greatest writers, ore.. ot their Ion him. 1 purl-flcatlo- ri ' FT tori miinann should all , havo been lttoutand years IWoro llie si tbey cloie their Ey, eoufd only sing Ilk i that l" ay to t4oe who have never jneo,ui ntly have not bson re- ttuit be sll.nt now: you salification for thli anthem," fit') do led lip. and folded ner ftivtd by grace take uo Mor ths lllble toys '""no man atsongliut ths hundred end Ifcouund which were re i "I in mortal Hi v v5 5 fiat or . aA ' hAre ..... H ...ll '! ' I I S!i ..l .. ,, .... ty-fh- e. .rn. ' lllhxlt'ncof "u-i'- Y -- lrl ""!.. ........ ' US ".'""""". '... ". rt m. -.- ...,,,, ...I. ,.... V.. ,. ". ' i ,...i llni-HK- i,,, '.: ' ....... ( pinl i ....; I seven-year-ol- J ln .. . yr 1 trr, how-Mtarl- llng , ' -- wi-n- portj-monnal- coal-roa- d - - qut-lio- i ship-wrec- M-I- ' J.,v e'tt rrii ' -, en.b-ll.hme- i lll'). t, ". Ul i .'"'. iimmu..u ,rr, I llti( .,1i ,,-- co ,. "tr.S -- ixJearthlv avv the-ma- w'''f '..... .., i house-breakin- tt ln ) , , ji ! 1 s, 11 11 -- i 1 jr ,v.. ... e. j, l.ou-isvll- MiO-h.l- -- ua m 11 Wells-Forg- o o first-rat- tv & hr 1 '' II I '!5 KbrJacob ,,,,, i ! TIZ ,,,., i.e tir- iat 1 f. rnsr-lng- 11 111 lhi. :r.c--.- -- pas-.lo- ai pid. oml-tone- s, -- bt 1 h elght-yenr-o- - lrt Forlj-Tw- o 111 11 e -J I nvr :-- Corii-stnlk- s h-- 11 I Kl'it , g tt-r- osT'jn!,', 11 ! .- 1 S IS. SZ SSSSTALSSgi - ,JJ rfr .r $ I fayiMHflUUU l' . aB 3 ,4 MjttAiM : K KX J t i lit-- I w I Vtt ft 12 MoiiHin. Kunsns City Star: Tho Prosl- If llio policy of votinp niil to dent will not ceuso to bo an I tn M- - Til,,mM' ,no Mr- encourage railroad liuililini; is so Bltorncy HICKMAN, KY., 11 guru in n or tl n . F '. i forthoTonn., (hi. & Mo. o. rcsivu ami. i uinou- -, umiei miij nnrliint , utun. tilio movon,n . . ,.... .... .... oSnilre It. S. MAU01I. 1, 18S9. null tiii iiirnni laiiiiiMnh ......o,uj:r ,.j ihiii , Wiicli lio is Btlll tltolienil issue Hradford, "' ?lliako county, which, VH1DAT, of 'ce.sfnllyncco.nplisl.c.l. wo llud in tho Tintouvillc Henll. i.IX.:.! ....lie Mr. light; has this to say iiliont the ii 1M tl pollution of MomphlHiuul I, nnnitlcH thus burdened mid op- L Columbus ITcb Thk JlfHt recent pressed! Let n town orritv sr- - Clevelantl hns fallen short or lllckinan & Tiptoiivillc Luveo uml Ahhiu'I moll t of suburbs, according to la' cure ono or moio rnllr.wH.' onl w,ml we liopcil in many respects, Kullronit cutorprlsc cumus taken by tho police, ' . .. ntn "Tlicn If your pfniilc m iliosc f Otiton you iinuiiMiiiiiciy hco people rusu- 111; nun uuuiivmuu humihimiwh fii.uuu. Ing to thnt locality to accuielioiiies the rn refill xvutohlie tins kept oxer rouiiijr Kii'l Ketiluokv, ii i I IlYt)KOl'unm.v bus broken out 'I'o 1'ounil iniu onncn or o'itUh.C'I iii.m, will rhf pi oporty, HPtuiilly Icaxlngtho nil kinds ot luiHty legislation. lilor'IU In money nr t.xmU IiihIiI in bulM nmoii" tbu rut in Georgia and tlio- '""' Huston Globe: A iiiuu siugulnrly U ilku ...tlMn.! .KH..i..i. ... Hi. iimiuinlticK thut Imvo rcfuseil to . t ruthtoms and tabbies are bring modest, Ingenuous, honest, candid,' l(, i, . lv. oni n riiiiiit nu,l .'i..nBn. (,1'oro- in lit kii" ucii uiicuuiiiuenieni. " 1....W Mi.m.r -C5 I V33 " irati II I ."Xt .V 'I' 11 1 A I- getting nway ex en with Kentucky 'seldom do you see great iminliers sincere, gooduiitureil and gentle - itn hi action in iW inciter. nr mUoibi wIMiy wn!iy wjy 'ihcy t,Nr Good delivered Io any part of I lie City ot peojilo IciixIiib toxx'iisiuiii rules tins been held ii befoio the pubin tho way of seneutions. for lwne niy gW mott dm iirooniit of Uib inuiM. .mil Hex iim nossessinir tho roverao ofi';lIl,,u bito. . 'i ii, .: i.i !..n llivnu liuaunvn. itia,... ...midiKii notnr, nnil walling to mt wind Ihl. V. The I'icsldciit" hits signed Hie illiailllli: III .i lllll.Ml? mWIlN Illlll IUML'.IIII um.uij nil. in or ilu oil tlt Territorial bill. iletoio tho iirst voted doxvii ami refimnil such on - 'show Oiover Cleveland to liavo nitltrr, llial oneal oner, livuml Irml "lmlUtL, I n.ir. PHYSICAN Af0 SURb'EON ulrlut: pohMoii of tic next t onrot.H 0rliiiiiticKf This uroves tliHt the been much the same Bort of u limn cnn. nnil "lint Ihry oui lit, and ht lit; ,UCK,UN' KENTUCKY will, riMhfr than let the cnltrpri.c fil rlosP8tiieroxvmiieeiRiiMiPWf.ru. . ,,mU, IV nc,ivr, r,11t.r,)risiii2.ns Abraham Lincoln. in J bta rrofiiilonal Servleog to torninl live or six new Rcpic-- ctiu'ii, liad rather pay some taxes Albnny Times- - A feature of nnti ii imiues iniereo'tii noil I,la will itrut tbo cltlion of Hickman and ilclulty Kcntntives added to its IllCltlbcrS. mid prosper, tliun to escape such Mr. Cleveland's parting rovlexv Is fitt'il liy the lrM ml rultroa More Kve, hnM of th fi9tn ti lilp io wtk It up, 0Fur anlC'bO burdens by living a slow business his remnrk tli.it the Democrat- ui muil bo ilone In tlio cml If it ! erie.J K. Kenna was .loilN MWOILL'S EYE SALVB. tnc.'; I my emplmUmlly,ll to tlie .Senate from West Virginia death. This by no menus proves ic I'Milv mhm never in belter ril tu I (....--iDili Ii ilnou itml I km, KT-- f. ' a vote or it, to mat any iuiiu ot a railroad tax is 8hapo than now. In that all can raT I'ur Neural;! and itlxumatlta, Inst Thursday, we will, bj tL ltuf Mny, loforUoir. Dorr, the disgruntled ft blessing, nor that simio mich agree xxitli htm. It Is one of the line inclmllur the lfrc. localnl nnd n,. COWGILL'S WEASEL OIL. Democrat, and llarr, tho Labor propositions ought upi to be most noble tributes to tho strpngtli tlrr contract from llre?hnri In tlckra.-i-i - , fought it and elasticity of the parti, thut it and can running through to llickman it tor KH'lIta. to the bitter end; hut inciiibtr, decided at tho lust mo (I'OXX'Ul.b HLOCIt.) nc'iillm frnm llnl d.ile, i does prove thnt such prripnsillons Krows strong under dofeut. It Is rUe of lwcl iiient to vote Tor him. COWvxILL'3 PILE OINTMENT. HICKMAN, EENTUCSY Thin mailer, a I puSl, ? bo fuiily cou'shlcred on ,, Krct deal stronger now than it firllirotproplo, rwW nllre!yl,ae often told ' ,. I'RbSIDhnT PtrrPT ivn Signed with tie ...?. i.. your i111ia ftr i. ...i u and ItinKnorm, XVIiclher It prorra a mi'ci-or not, ,! ItoT t'r Trtler the bill creating four new atatfes.i millS IIOUSK HAS ItECENTI.r nr.EN! iH p,,ri, .!.,,. it ,i,.l,t ' iiuiiiiiiu ..i i.i ...i,t.. ., .. ."W.....VV, -- ! J Stud up tzt Hi a.vosusdatI(n ,a ..... .. ... uiilllliuiuiin,iv, tuu.ui uiui v (iciids uron a liberal dnajltmi, an actlr. C0V3!LL'S TETIEE OINTMENT, asliington's hlrth.l'llA 'nun .I .l .. . I . last lTiday, till in vui Iltlll ItEa. i m, man I. iiio T'onipt biterel l It miiilfcstcU by alttti in loiciiiiv uiusiraiou uiiiiiuuia, Prominera and Ilu trafellnit public dux. They aro to hold conven proper mr Ltttt" For Worm, ci)vi, - i,rescnt,tliat ttio party can pull people all along tbc line.'' iiicKiuau, iftjyoie Clean roomn, n1r beta, and autiare xoii liiMayHiid bo admlttetl to1 U00ixmtorailniadB.tMbi8tOiiy itself to.gMhe'r into a vigorous meiita cuaranleed to all who atop within. i.T.,'..vr..i.f....r., ' niiiycuuuu, ,1,) ii .ii.iuiiitiuii uij v. a small seciiou ot Pleasant Wora Syrup Traveling man will find tb Uil of atln. David Arllitlr, the timber ma; inmtoiifonn irlioto so prnnipt irunf Tho 3 airs "Which VIU r.ilso the lion liount. placing tho rowii"" u gieat J .v In tho face of even a national or Southeast Missouri, was In tl GO.iitAxrsRP on, In at our w oarry a full lint of Hlsterhnml to i'J, are Xorth Dako but addition, city yesterday and informed trunk line, wkcrens J. xvoimi no in defeat. THK MOSKY KKFUSDKD. ta, South Dakota, Washington and great wrong to that he has had five million fret V FANCY AND FAMILY GROCERIES, asi lniton as a .Moniniiii. oak and to which we Invito atleutlon. Our prion cotintv to vote s"Jh aid, because ui.u uitvitx ro.MJi: xTi'i.xrnn. ash, eyprcss, tin ring thocotton.vodl For bate by tlif 1'roptiilor, aro m low aa the lowest. tinnier cut winter Thk Knights of Pythias hare de-- j a huge, itmjor'iy of tho count.x Washington, Feb. 21. Con- this and Now .Madrid counties 1 J, W, COWGILL, Druggisl, veloped a wonderful strength J would only be remotely benefitted. ll sinco its incipiency. Tho order! But if an important railroad lino gratulatory letters and telegrams the tiuinity of James' Dnx-oia()S3 lllcku,n, Ky. I now litis Grand Lodges, 47; sub-- ' pierced tho very ceiitio of the have been pouring in on Senator gets St) per thousand feot for anl many of them fS for oak; $15 for cypress and ti couutx trom enii m enu. u inigui Uluckharii ordliuito Inilgc8, .l.oUD; T. amount on liaud nnd be buiiuetts wisdom for tho conn being fiom Republicans. Since for cottonwood, cut and deliver invested, $3,000,(100. At the late ty to aid such an cnteipriso to se- the affair became public I have on the river bank. Mo inndovi j ATTORNEYS AT LAW, riiicluuati session Geu. Willinm cure an iinjiroxemcut tiint would not heard a single expression of snlc of a million nnd a half feot o ' Ward, of Newark, y. J., wns elect-c- so largelx benefit a largo uiujuiity Hxmpatliy for Chandler, either in cottonwood not long since nt UIOKHAS, - - - KSSTVCKY l trouble to ihow eoodi. tho clubs, tho hotels, or among per thousand. ol her people. Charleston Kntor TTTU.Lnllend lo ill bulneienlruttd Supremo Chancellor, Corat and ttt, st lh serair cf Troy j and Maseow Avonut. Eatt lllekmrv, Ky Thpre uro the fewest number of tho throngs ut tho capital. There prise. lolhelreato Ilr.N ItUTi.KR him given up tho s Idea of irovii.g that Cleveland successful business men xvbo do are none so poorns to do him revThe record of tho past xveel umce mrnitur ractory. I not go in debt to a gieater or less erence, and his chastisement him shows that there is no let up it T8:78 Hickman Marble Works. wasn't elect cd. Itosnxs that he . . .'served to bring to the surface the r" could easily do It, but it would extent in order to becure the tho opportunities to universal sentiment of contempt South,industrial advanco of tfa and IV S. only cause hard feelings and A'Y and reports to the Maui HICK. VAX, wouldn't do any good, nuywuy. command success. It is the same towards him. Ho is tho most ut- faotuters' Hccord indicate that xr ATTORNEY -- ATway as towns and cities. And if terly despised man in Ameiica. B. C. This leaves a great historical huvo only begun to enter uponji t .r CWwglir. Pmf tl.i.,) (Oa,. qncstiou between Hen and the re the Indebtedness assured brings period of activity in nianufactaLAST ITKUK. Tilt: and cities tho adJUCXVAX, ST. turns. History will probably to tho towiiB opportunities, ing and milling interests, in Italian and American MAitnr. it has vantages nnd pause long before she decides. MO.NUMENT8, TOMB AND QRAVK construction and .in builditi; This is the last week of . ... .a never jet failed to bring a rush of tieth Congress, and in both the Fif- operations xvhicli win far of tie .!. Iu STONCSJ. houses Burpasi""' c. 5l, 51,BI" Hi Coutli Dudley, of ''Mocks of five" the enterprising and active to help INO la itoek. a flna t of Aur- it will bo devoted to such legisla- anything that tho South has eve r"'i "ua;i" riimn tnnt llut'A f, nnfltror ,nv pay tho assumed debt. fmarl81 and Italfcan Marblt. I am rr- tion as is immediately necessary. beroro known in these linos celobrat- writinz that notoriouslv In eijuix' Qitx.il propositions it is torn lime. t parfaionu auorJtra. wall anil iiaml&i n ... ai there xvas a goncrni tie Moreover, , an ho nftpn atntpd y i en louer. Aiiiioiign inn leueraiii iinni,...R in vol,. nnii niil nim mr work. granil jury failed to indict him, u.i.orc,s. i,i others, it is enuallv lief that there would bo an extra ! Into, this activity is so xvidesprert Ordera frota tho eoantry promptly nows comes from Indianapolis thnt proper to xoto them down. Each session cnlled by President Hur-riso- n as to siioxv that the people of tin llltd. in tho crtrly uart of Auril. wholo South aro xlgoroitsly it maT2f h warrant has been issued by U. locality should judge it by the H. CouunissiourT Van Daren for mensuro of its suiroiinilings, &c. but uov it is thought that if there work, dctermiuod to develop tic great resources of their connfr, is an extra session it will not be Dudley's arrest, and tho true inNinety percent, of tho people Hating purchased Sfr E T 0rdrer' wardness of tho Indiana campaign who oppose any and all kinds of( called before October. The apnook. 3tatlonrT. riney propriation bills are in such posi 1'...statk Treasurer Ta irai'ciliro alock of will aonlinue to arrp nn i imaa imiia T may be shown up. fiowla. I y Di taxation are thoroughly ifoncsl i tion shortage has been reduced ild hanrl nl .le.. nld stand, a comnlHta lint id lhr an. iiniii inai ii win tnko a very uu convictions,! usual and unexpected Oen. Harrison is receiving and upright in theirt.AM 000, through tho payment Into W coiiinlica books. I n rt some injudicious praise from some n.wl l,n All.n.lAI. Ireasurv of that sum. ren zh school STA riO.VKR r, HICKMAN, -ai KINTUCKY. i:shallow newspapers because he i from the sule of his possession. XEWSPAPERS. )of has ignored the lenders of his par. OCUUIU VIIU IIJIL'O HUH VtlUUIOLlllUIH Territories has become a hnx nnil About ?!10, 000 more willbcsedir IVE i!K A T8IAL !.a juu wiai Any of tit abo?o nM In toeW wllllei VT Illactimlthinc done, or repair o tv in Congress in choosing his of the majority. How many times tho only business of vital import-auc- cd, leaving his defalcation ?l.r)0,(W atom, tc. I alao ke;u a full lint of promptly procured upon application. Cabinet. Senators Sherman and hnve you known one of the demxvhicli the Fiftieth Congress Come and tec mc VAX JIEX l.K.XUX TO fI.V? riutnb are quoted, the ono us agogue typo to r.ivo like a mad- lenves unfinished is tho revenue Undortakor'a Ooods, J. CUNT F.LLISON .2l damning tho Cabinet when asked man against such terrible taxation, business. If the direct tax bill I Common, Ro.ewondt (M Y L.ll.r to St, UuU and KdlJ tllack Wat-I.) about it, and tho other as expres-- ' mid then in a few years bundle up should be signed by tho President Shall wo mortals ever bo aMc nut Collim and Ca.t., whlelt can 1m flttod Biuir his desiro that it might go to his possessions and go to ono of the necessity for the up on fhorl notice, and at rotaonabtt reduction of to fly! , (Ills uie a call . prleea. fiheol botli, wo take it. meaning tliwse'Tiiinously oppressed" tnxvns tho revenue will not bo Immediate, Tho ordinary ansxver to this iu m 2T-- Rhp tu XTeal Hickman. erty,,.... nnd and mhoU tbe.Raiuc.thing. Jheso or caVWtfli-?,4lvV- a' ,. it 1b tbouhl thnt Pronldont tho minds of most ueonlo w&r,M m.jSVSS itleillCIr CruirtKuoi.a ocuniin j2Z-- nr ii" wj a ora v JtrfnT) uKcnr to Tu'ua A rDe,t It mci- -jlir,' Vea,.wlieirwo enlclintO the flair as to snry rreo.l will nul IIKIIK Fifty-firsAfr. Harrison liasshoxvn no respect pcopiu PEALKll IX to call together tho t angelic state." I voto n railroad tax to pay their Congress for their judgment or opinion. until October. This ansxver would hnrtlly be STAPLE AND FANCY taxes! Why does not such a one iTJUftT-FIEH- T Kkxvh of a horrible tragedy stay in tho community tlint has satisfactory, howovcr. It is an .x .s.xni'LK xonTiii-R.I ro in accepted though melancholy fact uiiznuelii, Wirt couni.i i; conies Tho Original Wins. his teachings, and lias no C. I Simmon.. St. Lou,., Trap-M- . ty, West Yirginin. John Elstner, followed taxes" to pay! Simply that xvo aro not all of us going to -- ASIJ'railroad A. Simmon. The nuestion of tlio purchase of bo angels. Couscuuently I.lt MfJici,E,l'J formerly a local preacher, got because ono community offers adthere ISA In Oi U' S. Ourt M.tAT. I. II. .Ilin, I'rop't A O.Mrrm m. Llf. wife vantages and opportunities, nnil a llag for tho Tennessee State Cap- - Ib a certain peicentago of us who drunk and beat to death his iMri. itol coming beforo the Legislature wm hovur be ublo to riv unless " llrrulator, L.l' J ami txvo daughters. He then kill the other docs nut. KEA'TUCK)'. ' JIICKUA.Y, 17 yean frnVii nti Iihrnfwitia(riin!ni1 l!nnlirtii ' C t4 INtMto.io.. ZlLlULB4&ft4. fa.. . .... ...UVMIOU.Il.HiUUllUlUUH,. cd the hired girl, set fire to the more immediate means than X)T!FrU,Kit.R opportunity to say that ho trieHtIOBO nfror(le,i by joining tLoni.cel-fojaf.SO ti-I'lrai irc no a call. houso and burned their bodies. AratiT,It,Soi-- ilr4rtll,l.0.1 fcrrMxtn, Etc, IUt T r.cvi.xci A TOWS. four years to destroy that flag, 0 throng lio found. It. .ms, Tutor II. II. Ho is in jail, heavily guarded to i.n.lcn,AOni,Tn,., wrilr.l'-- l , .aottm nir, been dead but was sorry inai no laiieu to nn auti prevent n lynching. Tecumsoh, 0i(linia About uut it ia I10W cnimoa ti,nt such Junction. lor your Ccnumt M. A. Sua. succeed. His Ilourbon sympa- - means aro at hand. .Mich., is tho sceuo of a similar mom Llm Mtditlnc I h i l-Thero is a prospect of a large iiii.L-jWZfA nra.nmr, bit to ,ut.itu a fnw icn.,1--, on .... .lP,..,r irumsutt meir i a nnrccill- in which Frank Silvers, n lit!. heretofore tragedy, -- i. i t mm wj nr um t a.. i.i.. ciiiiiikh uy .wrwwl nz between i. J. - Ilindarant and vmpping oi 0U8 rln., but It don't ana well known horse breeder, mur- transaction in real estato in Mem- uuu ui ttx succooded 111 fixingf ffu liitrnctl, arjio.t. phis Junction near Iloxvlinj; Green. uutitiH auti notHiiiiir ot ncatis., ,, neroiiaut ,,.ii.a t.. ,t. under tlio firm name of f Dr. It. i..,.i if.... i....h e n.. nf '""a '" dered his xvlfc and txvo daughters, J. Crirri, EJltor Ti4 . .... I Wl,nn l. l.tll -...i. ..... ...m i .1...1 '.72- d f.mnnla. " "'" """ 4.j.f.-s yxzii-- t O!r.n. u, .ct I " "- -" and then put uu end to his oxvn Tho Louisville & Nashvillo i' ? of iSow York, with tllC ntU Ot a..,. lun.K., 1... hcan .ll.ulr.,1. Xlr J i TOEr :.' la bitterly opposed to the iUUQLUlU UHl IIIO IB It milllMU ft ago machine that i:r Hfdicin., ml ha ut.Jh.llcil Iu had wings, anil J iiundurant win ttic all tin otitatand- ..c. It workalikt a charm. I want do voting of a tux for a i?2OO,00O oi mo oouuicrn lepeiitanco Hint that Seemed to USetllOIII With COU- - i huinea All reraont liuldiatt clalrai btlfr I.lT.r Itfrulnlor aJ cr is that Oen. to two rival railroad Democrats lovo to dwell upon so ttlderable success. Pnr Hniiipthlli" o'in.l ...,,.,. ., will pleaao prnK'nt lliein. ld lirm talulj oa niwr cl Zcillu'l EUti.1, . .. .,'.,, X, Is nn companies xvhicli desiro to cuter soothingly. Harrison, president-elect- , Cleveland Leader. .uu uu luucuin iu i. mi. uu i.u twc like a generation tho inventor of an older in the the Park City. Tiio feeling has iictixe member and J. J. C. IIUNHUIlANT, this flying machino had been nt I). U. BUKNEIT. Sunday grown so bitter that thu L. & N. Presbyterian Church. A COM1M.ICATKO CASU. work upon It, and hud been laughKy. jalS Hlckotan, the first Presbyteiiau Church at ottlciala threaten to tnoxe their ed at bocnuso of it ns heartily as (I.onllll Tim.. Iiidhiuapols was the sceuo of his shops from Uoxviing Green if the pnrtlng connection with that con. tax is levied, nod this lends to the Tho failure- of the West Vir-iuf- a over tho irrepressible Koely, of Legislature to declare the motor fame, wtio laughed at. Uut gregation. The church was crowd-t'd- , proposed real estato deal ut .Mem vx and nt the closo of tho 6crmou available :vot0 for Governor is to result iu ho as u Scotchman, who possessTho most p.iHtnr referred touchlngly to point for the location of the shops serious complications after March i ed truo Scotch tenacity. He stuck the tho general's long connection wuiuu uu ui. iiun point, nun last' tth. Homing nnd On ft both claim to his idea, and tlnnlly had tho with tho church, nnd his call to week Mr. Dan 13. O'Sullivnn, ofj to have been elected Governor satisfaction of seeing its great and in his Louisville, went down andbecur-- i Inst November; Gov. "Windy" II wings bent the air over Coney ticxr responsibilities, prayer commended him to divine cd options on all Wilson has nu idea that he holds Island nnd enrry It n considerable , ! THE HICKMAN COORIER. IliillroiuPl'nxnUou. TIiioii;Ii to IliokniHU Mf M FQB8R IT! :".:' .c. oony " ,,u I?-'- ?'K Jim' vM John 'Witting IN ECICKMAITI UVvRIS JJ- - OnAalOlEj, 1 !.. .1 - GROCERIES lo - GROCERj Goods Delivered Free of Charge. I itm-Mii- . I .!.. i. m-i- u, 1E What to Buv? II' IDR.A. ! " J cojniiinciAL IJ" 3Si ll-- he IS. L Jen-erall- BUrFG COMPACT. W. MORRIS Prop's, JNO. & EAST HIC2MAN SON, jr.xxvi'ACTnitJiitH til' I ,i.J ,,,., I tii :. n" '! i" K ?Fine Buggy Spoko JV.JSTID i- 1 l.l OOK,3Sr IfVUEAXi Works-Engi- nes Ago&ts for Morris Machine and Boilers. niiKlO-ly ,r wrwwcrw Sr WILL OK1NI) MBAL KVKKY HATUItDAV. i. iiicmlier-sliip,.'!00,0(M- I; to-da- U.a71 If DOUGLASS BROS TYLBRlW. D1KSTELBIUNK. 3F1. I3- CATTCK Til. TTft NOTIONS, VT - .HjIj. KXlTTTTOirs-, - mi y ot;"os- HAH T1IK J.AltKteT I.11 OP TT HATS, d W fa Z M CA &c, (X LADIES DRESS GOODS, TRIMMED i MURRELL, IAW, MJ Ail 'JL Yl&'hJv aa tho KAMAGE. That;ho has ever carried, and nt PBICSS as LOW L0W2DT. In - fp-.tl- rii-roa- Stock I v.... H; ltr Ho docs not four to compare prices with any one; nnd, In fact tho in complete in every Dcpurtmont. V Call ami exntnine his goods before buying elsewhere. 1I0CI1A.VAN, Clothing and Gents Underwear 1'ittl. C. DAL.TZKU, V, It. New Book Store. I'nU. K. L. ALKXANDXH CM I A. P. OLIVER MICKMAI BAHK0 11 1 UMAX, ICY. zgjgi a fij'aj o CAPITAL, rielnj rftuUrly ortcaiilied aa, $50,000. r.adr three rate ef fall. Allr.lllccll.B, V-- t riinnio- - nu.le for or wr for binlnrw, we dxltiir frr four niotilhi, trp'Ofullr ttdlcll lh of rl.aije. dltfiinlrd al lent, per aunuui. AppruTtd lb rlri Bf BIIE DIRECTORS II. IIOiHAN.XK. J. M. ItKKO. V. COWUII.U W. C J. CJ JOHN80X UAI.T7.KH. J XV. n u. ai KXAMicn. ALK.AMi:il. v GROCERIES OonfcctioncrioS, T HERTWECK. MAXLTAtrriMtKRH CO WALTZ KR & CO. OP HIE C KI SHItATKD' ,,,'' to r : a a rail-roo- nr,i Dissolution Notice. tf I- Q w -- w A It u well-know- n '' , ..,,. i t: j-- a a 03 UWlaaallll3HH HICKMA1T niOK:jvCA.3r, JU "WAGOIT, u:E3sra?Tj-cicir. 1 phis-junctio- T &rwro'y&, PKAI.URS & o., i rriii': 3- V .": tho available! over until his successor shall episode, unlike property. A reporter for tho many buch occasions, was in good Post interviexved that gen- quslify, and Speaker of tho Senate n.nrr Ih (nii vmnoil Hint nnilnr tlm tasto and free from offoneivo polit- tleman concerning the matter: ical references, the pastor alluding In answer to tho reporter's ques- circumstances he succeeds as tho chief executive of the Caesarian to the fact of his consistent tion, Mr. O'Sullivnn said: from political entangle"The land deal you refer to has State. ments. boen made. Knowing tho great CI.KVni.AXD AMITIIH UK.HOCUAT. : SAYS the IC I'Altl'V. ''Cer feeling in tho railroad ficht at Howling Green, it occurred to mo tain Southern politicians and Tlio Xexv York Sun has this to l that if the L. & N. was bcaton it tire already putting on countenances and whining might change lis nbops from that say about rresldent Clovelund about tho injury which tho South point to soino other. This same and the Deirocratio party: Jfwnnnntrxat the attitudes of "will suffer at the North because matter had been discussed several Joo Blackburn pulled tho car of yoirs ago, and Memphis Junction the two parties wo may obtain a an impudent blackguard. It is was then repoited.iin thpiiro liable fair idea of what the Cleveland tlino thin Hnrt of sniveling nlionUl location" of tlio almVsT' with UiIb1 rogimo baa done for tho party. cvuhu. Neither the Rnuth nor tho In mind, I vinited Memphis June, It ia concudud that it has given North has anything to do xvith the tlon recently and socureil bargain the country a thoroughly clean nd recent epiaodo of tho committee options on front ,'100 to r00 acres ministration. A gentleman who room, A man is no less a man!01" tho most desirable land in that held olllco under tho Arthur ad "It can because he is a Southerner, nor is neighborhood. The property sur ministration said ho compelled to criugo before an rounds tho station and Is very vnl not bo denied that all tho departhave been freo from insult becanso it laoffoied by a uable for the purpose intended mentsnnd favoritism." Wien it is "What do you propose to do loan of Northern birth. The South considered thnt to accomplish this is not a Uriah Heep, and if it could with itl" successfully enact that rolo it! ".My idea is to loy out ft town result an administration must would not elevate itself Iu tho there, if thn r. x- v .nni. Dm noedsoiTenilnillllltitUlIo of selflislll good opinion of anybody whoso chango iu its riliops. Wlint tlio Interests, which aro to bo found road proposes to do in that mat.,'" ovc,y lmrt' organization, it xvill good opinion is xvorlh having. tl,nt lMr- - Clovoland nnd " have no Evidently it xvill be many tor, of course, I L. Sr. V. uicniiH of) ",H sco" imvo no cany tasic Kiioxviuir. Tho konns Ih long years befoio milroad build- oxvn I to maintain thnt standard of oflloi counsel in mii-- iifliilrs. ing In tho Wost xvill again bo would venturo the prediction, cul probity xvhicli extorts such an pushed ns actively ns it has been howover, ndinis8ion nn admission which of in tho past txvo decades. Kansas Memphis that it is probable that itself suppllos n strong reason for Junction will bo the lohas today a larger railroad mileage cation of the shonn. Ami if thov tho continuance iu poxvor of a than Now- York, uml not do go there, the property will soon party xvhoso representatives iu 41 I, ....!. I... ,..ll hid iiwiiuiuiiuii. miiinmns were titl,c8 "s present office hnvo achieved such a result. built, not to supply,, legitimate With a record of administrative demand, but for speculative pur.) . capacity and honesty to which it poses, and colossal fortunes ivere, kxauinatiokok oiiAiit'Aiio.H may point xvith pride, tlio Democ ,s TH,: renlized. lint a violent reaotion sciiooij. racy, at tho closo of Mr. Clove.' Tl,10 '!fxl "'"''latiou of cinlMate for In, and today there is not has set laud's tenure of olllco find itsolf a road west of tho Mississippi !$ "'"Z i" ,'' c,"'!,1,'0f1 ,ih?oU !n nbe tho representative before the that Is not reducing .:M:y.'r;l!!l!,'Kxt,: people-o- adiniuistrntlvo oconomy, every possible xvny. Iu houiu Hie cond er.iuinaiion 0n ti,e jait of determined opposition to sec rospoets mis is ciieoring einco it!,Y.' tllB s "' 0I J,,,lc 'if,xi tioiialisni nnd oncroachniont upon cuiinni no oiner xviso than evenIt- - n T l'i'orl""" ' hui proicnled to tho autonomy of Individual States ' may u lie "liu tlio CMltiO tunlly Htiiieeze tlio xvater from tho common leliooU durluj; the premut achool and of discrimination in favor of riillrond Btocks and pluco tho linns ;r.ir any rnco or class at tho expense v oii'n basis from which tho public JOSKpH DKSIIV PlCKKrr, of tho peop'lo as a whole, and tho dup'l I'uMic Iiiitfuvtion. imii bo ciiiiveuicnced without doalarodaiid recognized champion W "' . bearing btiulens ouu The county hoard toiling musses as against will mtei n Hickman of tlio upon legitimate in vestment, the acftirdlnj,' to Siiierhilcndcnt l'Jckelt'obr. the steady inarch of corporato and other upon fictitious. tiff. J. II. SAHlx'PKils, fol Siipt. monopolistic groed. direction. Tho Lou-isvill- o Courier-Journal- distance before it xva6 through well to let it rest. Asa result of this there hnsj becn organized a company with a capital of jJ 1,000,000, tho object of xvnioii is to educato tho public in the mattor of Hying, and to supply tho wings that xvill bo nocessary. nr.NOLimo.NM l.t 9 . bRUOS, MEDICINEH.BOOKfi.bTATIONKHY, and Belmnl Surrlioi. Fncey UOODSlOYti, sad I'R'IUH SUNDRIEfi, TAINTS, OILS, XVISW and I.1QUOH.S, or Mtdleal nor.'s-paper- s ruo-i'u- or iiusrKiT. Courier Job Offiee tlioroughly equipped, and prepared to execute Job Work with neatness AOENTflFOU THIS Domestic Sewing Maciiine. PICKNC'ItirTIO.'VN Iapt8-I8- ; KilaVtrniliindourp Vj1!(i. WiiftftM I VHEEa, Death, who iovfth a alilnlnj? mark, haih claimed our lortd, oourteoui, and mo. t dull fal pupil, Itov Kuwad ntNDLK; therefore, be It Knitted, That the Melhodlal Bundsy SmttlaVilM nlaXI A Nl'FX'IAI.TY. wurtlty of imilatlnn hv all" yonoH nr til sXn. .V" ,.;ewara M real ' ,,,e 8M lew Uttry Stable, (Cornor of Jackson and Kentucky Streets,) to-do- job-ber- y i - I oiii-iiKiitj- Iltiohei, That we exlend to the grif atr'eken father, mollur, aliter nnd broih-erour earnest condolence, Hnd bid then mile, for itov dolli nnlt for you In Ut ulewtd beyond. llnoUtd, That thcio rciolullona It fpred upon n memorial page of our . journal, and that n rntir ha ,M"lll)' 0l,r -- K" friend and pupil ant a onpjr ot nc ut publiaued in the Hick MAN Cot' a ikk. Jtciohrd. That rarh m.,nLr nr it.. Mclhndlit Sunday School wear Hie u.usl ba'hjo of crare for four cooeccuiiva Sab- vaiui. a l it-- and despatch. Bill Heads, . , HICKMAN, JUS1f?!'.KNKD' ,w STOCK, out and out. KENTUCKY, Fine, Kyllah RKI8 for w,u l'aronafe aollcitnl. htti Mm Katk Huciunan, It. ML'ima.i, It. II. IlHKVAItt). S Mim KtTru.K Mn.t,ABi, A. M. Pillow, Lottcr Heads, Note Heads, Statements, Envelopes, ' k" ocl30-l- y KINGMAN & BOMAR. I - one-fift- h J",1' ,..., - DR. D. H. YOAKLEY OPERATIVE AND ECHAHICAL ' 'm.v ' ihl'nd DENTIST, HICKMAN, Ki:NTIJOKY. XY. feS-- Bull Tickets, Business Cards, &c., &c. I s CHAIRS, FURNITURE, fuhmtIeT TEPHENS DEALERS & IX HHYLER, Furniture and Undertaker's Goods, IIICICMjVN', AUK WErednredpiTr.Ul.NO prittx, i Oflico at (he I.eildoncc of Work guaranteed. A Livron iziZTi'vwtcyr. all -- rndea Plain, Mullum and Tino a carry n full line, nt all time, oi I I SAIYI'L L. ISBELL, ATIOHNRY-AT-LAW- tt Furniture at jreally , IIIUKMA.'V. All Legal lluslnt-- Ki:.ri'ti(v promplty alleudcd to, -- .! two-fol- -- offlji Q I V E US A TRIAL! ' HOOKERS, TAMES, EVEEAUS, WASIlSTAA'flS, WAUDEOUltai CUAKBKU SETS, MATTRESSES, SPRINGS, $t.t e our prlcei to t o tho loxveat And w st'ina-- i Olo tie n (rial and bo eonrinted. . ar,w"reliciiditiarleron UNDERTAKER'S OOODS, and dlicount all XVR In x'll line. tliion carry a Urge lln of Unrlal - and dqh Wotk a ipesully. Woodtn and Metallic Wf" npitm- Cai. tS. r SSSSb -- v- 'i ? mt tmim Our Grand Has now commenced in earnest. We must reduce stock before taking inventory, and make room for Spring Goods; therefore, wc offer our entire! stock of Annual AT - Clearing AND . Sale LESS! tr w WINTER GOODS COST - Sow is jour time to buy CLOTHING, OVERCOATS. CLOAKS, UNDERWEAR, BLANKETS, COMFORTS, &c. ' I v fey i rf afti I It in uiulurHtooil thnt tlio Iron The Oraiid Lodge of lliof Knights of Honor, incuts n Louis-- ' Mountain management hits about from wile, April 0. ilftlcfl to build a lll:e HiriU'B LniuliiiK to tlio State Greenfield extending Bomo Tlio mooting of and Itoiinl of KimllzfUloii has been Point, into tho liver, to protect CLOCKS MATlltKr-postponed to March 112. tlio Incline. This is Raid to bo tuo Hov. V. A. McDowell of tho ronnitof tliosui uh which recent, C. 1. Church, will preach nt ly aroused so much iutciest that School House, Thursday tlio Mississippi would bo bridged night, 7th iiiBt. Everybody tit that point. invited to attend. UST, The Kentucky Stnto Hoard of, .:. 33. C IC 3VC A. Mth. K.D.Btatidtford of Louis Kducntion baa passed a rcsolsltolw villij is said to bo tho richest ror,uiriiiK wi iiiiiioiinm iu ivavuf woman in Kentucky. Sho is u common schools" to no exAinuioti widow, IM yeniH old, utid worth on Frldnv. July fitlu.oti tlio clo- Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Ajusicai uooas, c ' 3,000,)00. May field M onltor. itientH of Civil Government, as (0 contained in tho constitution of Up to tho tiino of going j . prcaH tho burning question 0f the Stale und of the United States. linxTAUMs' i 01 examination win . ctiir wliutber Mis. Uairlson will appear (Jcrtttlcntes bo void to thoso who do not, or in a or gown nt tho ball hnd not been ciinnot, sluntl tho examination of July rah. officially uiinouucud. Pcoplo should endeavor to. Head the Statement of tho Mutual Life Iusiiranco Company, ' ?JOJ ' iue wcmhiit woiio inninggroa u n out pro .lies " of Now York, mid if von dcslro a oweii ny f Tho old Mutual Llfolimnrance; policy iii tho atrongest company, ' wlllDo toldesolation. ONE OF THE LAHGEST AGENCIES IN KENTUCKY, UEIXG COMPOSED OF THE FOLLOWING OLD, WELL ADVSBTI3ING RATES. Company, of New VooW, - Bro-- . decay and wor,i Pnu 0I, A. A. Davw, lrou-h- i t10 ESTABLISHED AND UELIAHLE COMPANIES: rrotiy soon wen uc sweuering in niiMiUut. at.. tMr more popular In Jllcknmu us Agent nt Hickman, Ky. M . On kill riun ' UC I jt.r numiuer iieut, nuu iui-i-i hc-inil Otlicr places. AS ail Cl. ....... 31 0o uUma e N " deuco of thin fact, A. A. Davis,,, -- A b.M.eflt performance will bo, for lho toHci, 0f n vanished Om lf Ink Tn.LM 4 bid JiftiiH.kl II rit nHr n.d ruary nnil the sound of n breec "''"A'!1 M,,K ,J: 1fcr"00, agont at this place, has writU:b w.L 1Mb, Brl LmMo, 0(1 cal. f (Gipsy iinle).ly tlio Hick- mill. Demi lomls-o- r I ll.UcN.I I.i.ttlot ten much nioto business .luring wife, tornet Hand Juesilav even. tln-f.r (.Ul iKollb., ir fr J llii-- l dtMI inK8 rc B,owered p0n n by a February, t.i, r4.lrtf talllna f cWm lib., f4JIIInal year, than and over writtenofin this '" hrrM ltl I "0ibeiicllcoiit I'rovidoneo, but we .' i"s,7 al Ci,y V1.'11, tho l,R' was 4 IrlUl.. mrl, OMl.tt, K00'1 home. f lotii I"' nro such born fools thnt we cait ill b. b.rit f r ! IK ral ot of time in tho history be,iPe"k fur liel furtalfcl shiiio length Utlin I1cllr M till An Institution! . Louis Anustinng, n flslicrninn 'appreciate Uieui. of tho ngenoy. miltfl fmiHl, lt.l ft Htli nsaots is entitled in the employ of Jack Uurdick, with Thero aro 32,000 yards of iojU Cal.; Franto notico by tboso desiring in- - on Iteelfoot Jjibo, wus rontid'n the eleven incrs oT tho Illinois ! frozen to denfli lust Thursday Centrnl briiliro at Cniro. which sunmcc. iiiuriiiug, iionr vtreeu isinuu. ino were completed sit mouths aheuil If ri " Manchester, cisco; If ? wu 7"eeVrr,,M water whoru the body was found of contract time. It is now tic "'V 1f."' . If asl BUI If yi deep. Hiiimih, AV w not more than .HuiJ." u '. finitely scltlod that one of thenp LalUr llr4, If II t.B l Nal Ufl u-'A," pioachcs to tho bridgo will begin 1tt.llrra tr4t If jlK-.rATTENTION, EVERYBODY! post beyond tho nt tho ! ,( f .U ,M One inun tixiV IT i Iwlllc, unit hi turvl ol WHt lUlt MlllHli( liinitn nf tlin nitv mill frnm tlin Mamllng Al.ru jj tln boiiulil em ike Clark lhkery nJ ' i.l OhlltiUl If lux lUitunmi'iu of urjil,,0 Jt solft nl,,l upon wliich il iltMlarf If) 4 teanl tlh.tk.'i T.. s; ritifTiNO .'. ri. if I job 4ti.l i r, BMimtt, ) - limu nsre, afuriiui..HI Jiri"e. -. I .hire- Uru'"' u,u 1. ' uuu i.uiwi " ' largo force of men aro already at "tlio Ik1 wlllBg inodlcln. tirtiu ffifilHii ,, ,, .j n.., ...rii... II. lllllll Mli.H.4 1'J lime ml lb 3SW 3K ill vv.o3K liriMmillUII.. M (, ir,,.., tl"i' T."i micoH, .Vn, ""i"', tn iticth l.ireinu IlUl'lii iiioiFa" iveiy ior uirongii ircigiu uiisiiiosr, aimum on iimxi:IU kiI J tliflr lull mon , o Urn l.e littr w hilo THE LA11GKST FINANCIAL INSTITUTION .IS THE WOULD, AND THE iiii i.i.tf the approach.t. reached . by n Trxliei l iioanluiom that t.lrtHrlr Hitlir . jar iviurry Hral w.Con ... i i ti I ol ih. Uw.Uiln.j.J'0""7',V. !uo' ,mu Muiiii u.o ciiy is now; dsMNslilis tir.tr JolUr i " M. u,llir. under construction by tho com-orliloiMl dnij buiiu.t " " -" J. w Co(f,Iir t'rug store. paiiy for paHBCUger business. 8 .. mm A number of farmers livine is H. K. DAVIDSON", I)i:NriT, .! g Tho Civil Scnico Itof.irmors in the upper pait of Fulton and ? pcrisntieutly located in in cou eutioii nt Haltitnort, Inst Ilickinau counties have, for fiuv-- t Those wlstiiiiff Dental week, passed Wo bavo moved into tho Bcren-oresolutions rtriting end jears past, made a specialty Work, of any kind, will please raising Bwret potatoes, ntid in des building, Clinton street, oppo-Collecting Agent of the Mutual Hi:.vi:riT, of Newark, N. J., and Mariiw Agent of the Louihvimx UNnr.uwniTnus, of Louisville. Itini." Olllco over Cow. President Hairisou's proinikesnnd call on pledges and deelarlug tueli con evcrj instance It is icpurteil tlml nito M, it. uawa grocery btore, iulH Kill'.. I)i uc Stoi . lldnuee in liint fnlthfitjly iif'Jinrlnglthey bnvo done well, atid'scvend1 and aro prepared to repair Watch-- ' to um cli II service rales ami ex- havo grown rich off the ciop. Tlio ' es, Clocks, Ac, with ueatuesH and Miirlln wants a branch court. tending the sntne. Theso gentle- tdc.i that of tho pota - despatch. AH woik guaranteed. Troy wants a military com- men may believo It, but very few toes used in this seotiou should Wo mo receiiiug, daily, a largo Ojtick in Hank IIuiluinci, HICKMAN, KY. WT All just chims promptly paid nt this office. pany. straight Kcpiiullcniis believe one be brought hero from tho North stock of Jewelry, Watches, Clocks, word of it, or would endorse him is an absurdity. Our farmers aro 'Musical Instruments, &c., which Tho Methodist Church nt SO will offer to tho public at a ro- A fierce contest betwoou tho Court Items. Union City is to hniea new $1,000 In lie course, llnrrisou Is hound growing pooler raising corn nt or, wo ilucod price, livery pioco ot jow-- ' to conform to tho will of tlio par! cents, and must try potatoes prohibitionists and tho orgnu. cliy, &o., sold by us is guaranteed, ly that elected him. Hut tlio ouV something else. is raging at Hopkins-ville- , Circuit Court adjourned WedTho rivnrls full of tloating Ico ees nro mero nothing t makes Ky., with Sum Small as tho nesday. Mr. H. M. Mcthony, delegnto as roptescntnd. 33AHT HICKMAN, K.Y. nt St. Louis, and uuilgation Is sus- but little diflcrciieo to tii people from Hickman Council No. 12, It. Respect fully, Four portons were sentenced to i leader of tlio dry forces. Tho pended thero. whether tho iiion who hold the T. of T., of this city, attended the the penitentiary: Jim Stray, two 'election win tauo place w. ... n ... cSs " Squire James Uhue, a Justice post ottlcrs, &c, nro Kc;iiblicaiiR session of tho Grand Council nt one yean w.ik" ilnfi.iin.L.A llfllnllw.ll .'"" ":"""": """" febS vears: Wi II nf llifi I'pni'fi. of Gnii'Pfi rniinlv or Democrats, so they .ire good Louisville, on tho liUli ult. He 11. Collins, hog stealing, two j enrs; will bo wet or dry for tho next two was killed last Friday by a falling "Ulcers; but tho prosperity and teports a very pleasant and harTho lovco anrvojing Geo. dravos, nttompt to rob, two years. It has boon dry for tho pence of tho country is tho all im monious assembly, with fluttering Bent out last October by thocorps ears. past two rears. tree. Misjinrtaut question. After next week prospects for tho Order through- sissippi llivcr Commission, and j President-elec- t Harrison tins Docs nil kinds of Machino Work. Hcpniring done with Neatnco Iu the Maxwell assignment case, Mr. Pnco of Newbern, West wo shall liegiu to see and know as out the Stnto this year. Tho fol- begiiiuingnt tho Now Madrid High- tlio court ordered that tlio arrived iu Washington. His jourTennessee, has invested $120,000 to these things. nnd Despatch, lie guarantee all ice do to g'ne tatitfaetion. Having offlowing nro tho lands, to locate the proposed St. W. L. McCutcheu, con- - ney from Indianapolis was an in Kentucky horses in tho lust located with now tools, and tho best Machinists in the of the Grand Council: W. N. Francis Hasin Levcc, has arrived tinuo to sell the stock of goods by Olovolnud basis-suePresident icers A KilHlii'i flltruirrj', j car. West, wo solicit a sluiro of your trade. Kbi- - within ten miles of Memphis, mid retail until April Gth,aud then tho Jim birn Paul, Grand Counselor; a proclamation calling mi ex'Another Kondrrful A company has been incor- in ajU ni lh tot br a Imly in thU ruiintr. ling, Heiald; IL M. Methcny, Chap- will, bo there by tho last of this Brass Goods. &c. constantly on hand. stock to he appraised and Bold in tra session of the Sounte to con- Piping, unii lain; D. O. Walker, Secretary; porated to build a bridge across Illiraw fastened ltitiiwli uwii wee'k. Much of tho old levee ' bulk to the highest and best bid- firm Ilanison's appointments; and Wo arc agents for Saw Mills, Engines and Hollers, Iron Fencing; (or itrra jrer li ithnioo.1 iti Mvertat tlio Mississippi river at New OrMedi- built thirty years ago Is Intact, nnd der. Tlio attachment suits wore gracefully Invited Hnriisou to call, Slater, Treaa; Shinglo and Heading Cornish Work, Cylinder Stavo-Sawbut tci,dritlitier iil or'jni ncr tinilrnnhxil cal Examiner. Dr. Walker, leans. nnotinHriil iiiiiii niirt tniipr it is estimated that $.500,000 will i:iiii liii ui:n itnttl iibAk vuutti tlia-- offeiiug him all courtesies. I 'or iLr'o Saws, Pumps of all kinds, &c. iiieti inimiiirni nil iiiu Mr. nnd Mrs. Harrison callbullil the best of ptotcctiou loveo .court n motion to disTho Supreme Court lias decid- inoolli rhe roughed Incosnliy ninl rsulil battle of till tho way from tho mouth of tho.niisa on tlio faco of tho papers. ed r.t tlio White House Tho ined Hint it is unlawful to run bi- not ulef . S'io Iniuglit of u STAVE SAWS BOIUR WORK AND DiooTry J.r lr St. Francis to tlio Missouri high. cycles on tho sidownlkrj In towns lino Kik'h Nf a iiiiiiIi nlietfil t'omuuip .v m lloy L-- years of ngc, auguration Monday, it is said, will Uil mi lnLiutr i surpass all former occasions of land, thus protecting Irom over- and cities. "Mm OC TKT -first du tint the lcil H uip'it sml with flL IN JL 3M CJ 3T. Wo tnko great pleasure in an- tlnw (1,000,000 acres of land, upon MlU!ilci McQniro, charged with tlio kind. iiilrncin ,nii,, iTo no i.i.t i,n.,rtv nil r Young Men's Christian one bulttt- - lm The OOlco near N. & C. Depot, Cor. 7th and Moscow Avouuo. ' Tliun nouncing to tlie Merchants of Hick- which lo.OOO peoplo now live A wlicIl il8 recovcrod, was rolcis-hil- l in Mn I.ntlirr t u Itrr t Association will meet in the jlB.r WAimciKU. lipfnrn tho Arkansas Legisln.leij from CIIHto., (hu Common-turwill W O. IUtiiri:k i. Co , ol Shelby, N. man nnd all the surrounding towns, church, Sunday afternoon at O. Uet lOclriat bottle nt J ". Cowllln that c havo opened n WJIOLI'J-SALproposes to gi vo L'00,000 ffenUI,.s Attorney declining to M On the Slat ult , Jtiilc Vtnnj Iu Mn. o'clock. Everybody cordially Uiugdtort. WliAVCO AND CI G A II lucres of the State lands for leveo .)r08ecute, nnd Judge Handle Nancy HemleMon . invited. and this, if it becomes n taw. ulin,, t10 HOUSE, and wo propose to sell utt, W. K Uhanej to Ml Oa The Fulton Fnltonmn copies our Tobacco as low as can bo bought win go mr towani supplying a lunu .,..,, III0Vedlutlo fellow in a manner Jenniethc'Jtih of Mx'lrnl Iftoil. The Odd Pillows of Padueah l'line, t10 who0 HU(eiico in CoritiKK'H are making extensive preparations npprovlugly tho !iympntliy for tho erring little fcl We return our thanks for the proposed work. in regard to a railroad from in nny city. for the Interstate Celobrntiou of to the merchants for liberal favors low. lie was not apparently a unit STATEMENT the Order in that city on tho SGtli Hickman via Fulton, through with That I will on Salur.laj, the Dili (lay tl boy, his offensu attended nnd mi to a connection shown us, and trust we can make of April. or icany mitigating circumstances, March, 188'.), at uijr Ute reeiileme In 'M . Convor-frrttioit both profitable ami pleasant to dkal,i:k in- with tho Ohio Valley. years certnijdy tii lie The "sensation" in tho Cnvce tho past week with n num- them, as well ns ourselves, to buy Tiie Mutual Lib Insurancs Co. nnd bis tender Tho littlo boy was lliskni'in, wll, Kltelicn lil"liet blililer, vxs IloureliuHl ana mercy. neighborhood in regard to tho ber of leading citizens of Fulton all their Tobacco from us. We de'Atuii uiaJc known on dav nf nle. supplied with money to carry him Kallh Doctor, J)r. .Mclntco, pre convinces us that such an enter sire a trial when in need of Cigars, JOJIIL'A' :;avi.or t.rkhl S, OF NEW YOKK. TAINTS Ml to his relations, with the promise jiiitiliiS, vails el to a limited extent. Homo r!sn would moot with tlio henrti Tobacco, &o. thnt he would livo uprightly iu tho of the citizens of that vicinity nnd most enthusiastic approv We are agents for tho celebrated future. lievo in it, whilst perhaps a turgor till firim liiill.l' of III. I llllkt. L'illznilH Dkntaj, Scotch ... ....... Fob tiik VIA j ... .. ... iDti l'Ccritti. 31it, 1H Smut. Iu tho caso of Marion Shuck vs. II vo mid enterprising young number do not. FALL AND WINTER of that : mt; jmc jm nwa . Our pricos nro low and terms are To In AdM, if. & O. railroad, judgment for In Inert , The co in in on rtchooHmusos of city, So fariia lllcluniiu In Respectfully, i7',!iu,(, 3 "flhurk Tor $175 00. o ic o v Furpltnt four prcviit... all liberal. h ....." H.CIl,"-- ' it would suit us best of Fulton county havo been greatly InrrtA (n 5urvlui FUO.UA & DEHOW, J. J Pollcln n frc( ....... .. COMPOUNDED. ' Tho grand jury returned nbout EPHESCPTIOINS CAKEFULLY improved in tho last several years. tho projocted lines, and certainly fe'22-- lt Incroabe Jurln Hickman, Ky. would bo of in ore benefit to the )r. indiotmonts, chiefly charging Some of tho Districts havo real ft.. wnuvn, i llitrvAM dnriiiK gambling against Bundry persons. good, comfoi table houses, such as county of Fulton than nny other Tho Daughters of Kobocca, Ulkn mtiuinl, Tr. , . mi,;n,.. liicrtMiihirlf)K nro a prido to tho people. Other line conceived of, for, taken iu l.O. O. F., of this city, will cto Kiak Iu fore, Jf if,.. ., Hickman connection iii.'i.in dlstiiuts hang on to tho old houses. Tiptouvillo with tlio Company, & an Incmii itnrine frur, i,iw . candy pulling, on lUcrljUi from it Lovoo IM.S1 .r. ! tilNutirr, l.l Deniocrnt would piorco tlio very contio of Friday night March Sth. Iu con-- J I ncrr during jrr. Charleston Tho Clothing. .. IVIUjr.Holdtrf,. ...... SII,T noctloii with tho candy milliner says that our neighbors ucross tho tho county from end to end. . ' Worth of Clothing, Illl'"lV0 "CCK ' ' y "' Boots. river in Missouii, have beou con- want tlio Ohio Valley, tho charter'1" "". TUB 0M envelopes. 0 cento each, tho llonJ. AISKTS 11IK IMISTMI Isf ,(17 HUM boots nnd Shoes, and In fact a n.l Motlgiffi, siderably bothereed duiiug lecent of whioh gives It authority, to sub-urst class general assortment of nlt."l Mli. IS,tlft Shoes, uhrr mouths ovir the disappearance mil such n proposition, or if not, 'Kontlomnn pulling candy with tlio I. ml iUtn nnln.lli.nrn rulUlir.l, 81 7i III everything kept in tlio dry goods II lady weating tho apron to match Ca.b III M.iil. .nllruil ri.ipauli. of horrs from the taiiL'c. Hognkitis i..i ii ,.iii.Hni. I,., .ii.tniiinii l ll, Polor r !i1h "ko"- liilcil anruiil, I'rrtuluni. ilcfeni S:,l'i " M hue, must bo sold, and will be nt .r " Will now be reduced to 6iich mill other romaiuu aro often found winter from tho Kontuokv Loals-- ' cost utid less than cost. Persons uU Iu luu.ll, LU " niiotiieronvolopo miU tnko -- ..... i3,li 1. IC wo predict that it will iu tho woods. laturo, and needing goods, or who expect to SI.t.iH.M ptovo the most popular r.uliondl!.u'oth.er JlMoe. All nro respect- -neod any for tho next twelve Tlio staid old Hickman Coun-IKI- t enterprise over considered by our ' Proi,,v, t10( '" mouths, aro reminded this is their Has a splendid slock of the very best makes of all kinds of HardwaM lllllll lll.k. Heldoiu Justilles personal y people. r Oul.liu lltif. .i.uin.l. opportunity. As nssignco of II. IX'on'nt? which aro offered at ONFP1UCE, and that the very lowest tho market liotucon public men, ULCil.tM t ui,;9,&i.i tl. 'J M. Maxwell, it is tho interest of That it will '.,M7,II'J .tuK,UN, llO lieonuso it is dograding, but then ustitlcs. All goods guaranteed to bo oxacth as represented. --Th0 fMtivltlos Incident to nil that the largo stock shall bo '.,. .HJ,H.'l,.M:l M.WIJ when Sonator Hhiokbiirn pulled Thk llhrStLc u tho world fr fill. rnr.u 47,li,tUI rlal8 ,i,0 lvi7 li'l,ll,.M '"A"? Ut il closed out as speedily ns possible. iu llrul.feor.H. Ulcer.., Kill lthcum IVier 7.JI .',I,lfl tho oars of Senator Chandler, will bo on n grander Hence, tho goods will be offered Hsmii, UOIICIIT A lliaNMt, M.rMi nt Washington, tho other day, wo aoiri, Tetier,allCluiuw.1 Krupilonn, ChdbUInt, .venr ovor boforo, many now scale ISUI) I' I.I.IIMI, 'Jnd Mcr.rrnlJ.Dl ml i"oi-akin that Cini, and nt such reduced pricos ns to To sec how CHEAP you can buy WILLIAM J. LAHTON, SicirUry can't help Irom feeling that Hlauk-burcare I'lli.nr iio py rtipurei It turos having been added that must speedy sales. Theso goods l gnuran tieJ to i?l anything iu this line. did tlio pioper thing. perfect Mti.fai.tlon. ,,r0lUy onhaiicc Its A. A. IAVI.S, Ag;iiil, attraotlvoness. nro now and fresh, bought by . . I'rlivd .ii tr hiAnnv ritfiiiiilit.1 ... Tlio season is so far advanced that wi Ml.w. IIICKJUV MMU'KV SALE AND LIVERY STABLE Tho uiaiuigers of tho Tonii., lot. Fo'r .uc ur J. w. i owgitt, urug buyers, and are ilrst wo aro compelled to make Ag't, Ga. vt .Mo. railroad company tlo0 rent Cotton lUidCanoPalaco, Kdwahu L. HitUHUK, (ioii'1 Kj. class in evory respoet. Ami pd our Ulaekmitbiiig and cen"nl Kl.t. room for our New Louisville, located iu Ijiifayetto Siiuare, tho that they huvo not Hepain"!; doe Rt Tho attention of Merchants is Spring Stock. to build tho tlieir effort Dyersburg Gazette: Kvory most central nnd ucceHsiblo loca- FaKIS & called to tho unbroken packages, Mua. Fkamc Lkhi.ii: has sold Hickman and Tiptouvillo levee, lioarl in IlvnrNlinrrr vvnu mmlii n.i.l tlnn In tlin (!ilv. Tlin nvlnrlni- to Ny;JvArli0,l ol" Judge, her and pleco goods, which tlioy can KENTUCKY 8TKEET but havo instructed their ngouta last Sunday on tho iccoint of n will bo beautifully decorated with buy at apodal bargains. , , SAY! HUI WHAT Com" if 04iN and i'xcAaiyi Struti.) to resume immediately active work telugram aiiuouueinir that Hev. Cotton, Cauo, itiuo, Palmotto,' weekly illustrated minors, both Also, propositions to buy tlio constantly on hand forblrt toward securing laud subscrip- D. A. Hrigh.iin had diod, iu (Marks-vill- Moss, etc., mid tilled witli exhibits English and Gorman. niOKMAN, KY KEEl'S ,a,e ontlro stock will bo considered. The Goods MUST ho Mild. early Hint mnrning. lie had of Southern farm products, Fruits, tions. It is reported thnt they Famink is prevailing over an M warning is hero given to 'A'urk Fair Ooxl II0HBE8, DaOOIES and nACKB. I'rlce. bavo abandoned their projected lived lioro for years, as pastor of Flowors, Tropical Plants arrayed oxtonslvo nnd populous part of nny and all that now is tlio opporHatine purelmml the ilabU, horlCt4 inoitu. lino through Uyorsburg, nnd will thoC. I'. Church, nnd overjbody In n most unique and artistic and entire outfit of VT. B Plummaf China, and tlio tales of nufleriug tunity to obtain goods cheap. ftdrjlll.l. WOHK a ipfcialty.-e- a to oanlluuo (hi bullae)!, las Opens l'cbruary 15 tuid will aro burrowing. Thoro is also ite J. AMBERG'S SONS. now run through Nowbcrn, This, lovod him, because ho tUrvcd W. L. McCUTCHKN, JOHN F. GRAY. ulielt iiowovcr, U only rumon close Match 10, 18S0, to bo loved. iu Core.i. II. M. Maxwell. Assignee of f ' ELMSO nr SMITH, i dls-tniic- ii & CO H . E. A. BU RUNG A ME, I KY. Cald-woll'- s cot-dlull- y i high-necke- low-nocke- d ANDREW A. DAVIS, Crenl Insurance Agent. pire, life. Tarire apd iidt. Insurance Company of North America, of Philadelphia; Phoenix, of Hartford; German' American, of New York; Fireman's Fund, of San Francisco; Pennsylvania, of Hartford; Hibernia, of New Orleans; Philadelphia; Hartford, California, of San Oakland Home, of Oakland, England. Lancashire, of Ost-bait- ,'r "" ig , " i ri-- Feb-thei- r - bless-Januar- y I r..-ll- li. Ll U !V , j Look at This rin. ( mM T ll. WA Jfe -- mt 'X ' fonr-mil- o A.1jso OM Courier Job Oflicc. LOCAL NKWS. Hick-iiiiii- li ,f ,.H, im I -- ..- -- ,, Ili-.m.- l, I "" MUTUAL LIFE O -4 Represents ttie Old INBURAM COMPANY, V Tf jnt .-.- I.,. - - I Hi i i . - . k ' t i. j i .fYltrS f-T"- TRAVELERS' - j f two-third- s I I Assets of companies over $22,o.oo. . I I I ;s, BUCK BROS. Jno. W. Morris Pipe-Fitting- Co. newly-electe- d ova-titi- i. i d dU-ovc- l.i--r v. Ycs-terdn- over-rulin- g IMPOliTANT! BE-HUGLI- -- l Hap-tin- iii J. o K I loo-use- s, edi-tori- THE OJ.D RELIABLE! CHAS. A. IIOI.COMBE, Onl-lowa- NOTICE! I n jus-tillo- d I mm. 3 l umi H Mini 1 I wmm J :nc OW-STUH- I ron-cerue- A .. . " pi ro 1 '- uiii-- I I -7 i Dry (ioods and ts I "-!- .!. ... I IJ $10,000 Dry-Good- RELIABLE B, BlIfASB, 1 I i 3 I ni. I ui Inl-ri- .l - f gar' WJ I. I v. .lw ASTONISH YOU 1 fea-ihel- y HOOFING A SPECIALTY. n in-du- . STaaFM atUock-boito- aliau-doue- d I o I E J. P. GRAY'S, FARKKf man-no- r. fain-in- o fvbS-t- vr vteS i t nMivf i! " ..i if" ""ft! "' ' 7f " iBiiii "B 'i'WHg"'r T !lyaMllffiiBgW5gif! -r-ir- uAimmnBmmmmammmtm J",1 ai " """ " . 'i t i" iiim iiiljuWiiiiliiltfliiiii iniii ii attjiiriiliiil.i Vnltfftliiiii ifiLllLi iJtSiailliSBHaBSHKSBES ?TtWrTrrwrr',w" k 'i"vvms,. TO SETTLE. II nl to Accept Hazard's ntimairk to Iteslnre I'enrtt In Hainoa-Ja- ek Hlelri limit Thing Too Warm for lllm nn Ilia Itlnmts. ami Iletiirii lo Snn Ynntltta to i:rnt the llevenirefnl Hermans. llm llatr. tt li halit, Ileca 'nrrjlnc Mailers tilth n I Hull anil. IIikljn, Feb. A - It Is said that the Is willing lo effect a settlement of the tamoan question tion tho basis of tbo Vnltetl KtAtc's floTermnent'i proposal nt the Washington conferenco namely Tlic establishment of a joint American, German and r.DKllnh control orrr tho Hninonn flovcrn-jnen- t t hroiiRh the Consul! of the thrco coun-triat Apia. IjONDOs, Feb. 18.- - Tho Standard's rierlln corrtmpondent says ho understands that tho Herman Government Is (llsose(l to suspend hostilities In hamon diirlnp the Sainoan nee, hut only on comlitlon that catntos liclonplnjf to Herman mibjccui be evacuated by Mamoans and that boundary lines of tho belligerent' possessions bo marked and Tlila can not bo done officially, however, leoniise. Hennnny regard aa a rebel leader, not as a Klnjr. Tho Frankfort Gazette Suggest that all the three go vcrntncnU interested should their present Bamoan spent on tho irround that they have Interfered overmuch in the quarrels of the natlrca. tictoiui rAvons cosrtnKscE. LoxnoM, Fob. 19. It Is now admitted by persons In Ministerial confidence that tho Quccn'a speech, whlvli will bo tend !u next Thumlay, will mnVo especial reference to th ert'istlon In Pnmoo, and recommend a conference between aecrcd. Ited representatives of tho Interested government for tho purpoKO of settling tho disputed questions. WILLING I'm-iosat 1 1 1 (lor-truiie- nt es con-fere fa ro-ciit were suppoed to order Uio Consul to suspend operations until further orders (Torn flennauy. Dr Knappe went at once to "en Mataafn. Tlia Consul Intimated to the chiefs that Germany did not wish to prosecute war against them, but It they Insisted In resIstAnco thern wern nlrnir of war hlpcomlnj from Germany to cBl"l their submission. Tho war was intend J Germany was powerful and more than a match for America and Kiif!nd Tho German Emperor had ptven hlm power oto do as he pleased In reply tho Samoan chiefs risked for weeks'tlmo to consider, which waaprantcl On tho SUl Captain FrtUa Issued anetber proclamation Instructing cltlions of Ajli to report tho nuanUtr of anus In thelr iwssesslon undor imjiibUt of fin" for dl'obedlencc. Mr. Klotohci, imus-- 'r for MoArtlittr A Co., romarked on the street that he Ims'IovciI tho United and Kncland would make wnr with ur many Captain I"rltze, hearing- thK sum moued Fletcher to appear before the 0rmn.n Consul and answer for tbo remark reported, Fletcher put him self undor the adlco of tho Jitll lAi CoiikiiI, who told him under no tlrcum stances to nnswer tho summons. Cjptam Mnllan, of tho Nlpslo, on tho Htli rttoa strong letter respecting the proolauintloa Flo protested that tho American Oove rnment never recognized Tamoscso, and thnt no lowcr would nllowthcinloM.'lzoarmitinU'.i they were being used against a frtctnllv na tion. It was found out on tho !Mth that a German proclamation cf the acxtkind had been prepared but postponed until tho arrival of nows fjom America A category of offenses was contained In this g reserved proclamation with pcnalUr from n fine to dcortatlon or Imprison incut for a life term. Helping Mntaifa and opposlni; German lntreM Ullll the .um culatlon of any printed or written matter of I that nature were among tho crimes cata- .fr.u...,r. . t sfon w era to lo In Samoa that Mulian-- . protest haVmnoh to do with the iwstimnomcut o'thls priKU CLAYTON'S MURDER. ZSStiTSWS: LM.ru TThr the Ilemocralle Varly It In No Wsa Itfc.jioinlblo for the. Crime. Tho assassination of John M. Clayton, nn Arkansas Republican politi cian, Is nttrlbutod by Hepubllcnn nows- nanors as it innttor of course to his political opponents. If n l'cnnsylva- lomocrtIo politician hnd boon ' to - txsv-tSc- ran;--ln- 8am XLKtlt ISCArEH. Fbajtcisco, Feb. IS- ,- Tho steamer v Marljioim arrived uttimuaj from Australia. Kbo brought news from tt&raoa up to Feb ruarr. So mora fighting had taken place, 1 Nl Jit-- - ijr KU T sg-sf.. i ' f M f 4 - '1 " '; tho (Icr trarr and literal .- -. of .L"v vr.v I 't l "ot niuonablo to bcllovo that rnsna Ainnnjr the pawwngers on tbs Iho asnssInallon of Clayton was duo steamer waa Klein, tbo American correspondent, who left the Islands for fear tbo matlou. to tho fact that ho wni a contestant for Airulslied by tho a scat in Congress. For years it was would kidnap him, as they N'otntthstandliigthe old Germans charged ho led the attack of Mataafa's German Government to famaseso tho tho practice of tho Kopublicnn carpot' forces that ended In the loss of twenty Ger forces are fading rapidly aw ay At tho man marines ana omccrs. jucln was tiin tho MarliKwa sailed he had not over (Kj baggors down South to contest tho living in n hired houso near tho men, whlloUe army of MaUara was receiv- scats of Democratic Congress men-eleAmerican consulate when on Janu- ing steady additions, the majority of them on trivial grounds with tho Inovitnblo ary 'M ho learned from n rollahlo being from the camp of bii rival. Tho result that tho Republican Congrcsso9 source that the Germans Intended to armies were holding relatively tho same po- would bent tho contestants In splto of arrest and try him by Ho had sitions thry occupied since the Imt battlo. several narrow escapes from capture by tho Thero wa much complaint among Amer- Iho fact that they had been beaten German police, and on the night of January icans oer Germans tampering with thousands of votes nt tho elce -- l sought safety on the American Although thero Is an Hon. When thoso fraudulent con- tho malls. it is virtu oily tosts wero made tho pcoplo of tho On January '.il the captain of tho American German gun-boAdler scut a letter to Cap- nnder tho control of tho German oxctei, but nono tain Mullan, of the NipUc, demanding Klcln't Sco. and the German Consul's clerk has S"",1'1 wuro contestants over delivery to tho German military tribunal been detected breaking ojen prlvnte let- oi uio cnrpei-on- g on the gun-boAdler. Mullen promptly ters. It is believed that Consul Knappe has any bodily harm. Is It llkoly refused, declaring that no American citizen obtained tho United Stitcs secret cipher, as lhat now, when tho Southern pcoplo could bo tried by a military tribunal in tho Government dispatches recently ro. havo buttled down to a condition of Samoa. Klein never left tho Nljwlc after ccived at Apis boro plain traces of having thorough tranquility and when no this until he was transferred to tho steamer been tampered with. political point can bo gained by thorn Mariposa. He will start for Washington in Autralian and New Zealand papers unia few dijs t.' pierunl lit facia Ui iho State formly applaud the pioinpl wtlou vr Iho by resorting to vlolonce.stich nn assassiDeportment. United States Government In dlpatchlng nation would bo committed for political Klein fears that he left the Islands be war vessels to the sccno of the dlnturbanpc, Is too absurd to bo cause ho was aware that bo w ould have to and severely criticise tho Inaction of tho reasons? Tho Idea entertained for a moment American homo Government of Great Britain. on an remain Clayton i represent"! to havo boon continually In order to avoid 1IATAKD IS HOrJTVX, being seized by Germans, WAsnwoTox. Feb. 18 -- When shown tho n man of nmlablo disposition. Ho rewho wero evidently under instructions from Ber- advices received from Samoa by ceived tho votes of many Democrats. lin to arrest him, although It was arriving at San Francisco Secretary Ho wns beaten by so largo a majority well understood on the Islands that Bayard Saturday night said that CapIn tho he took no part whatever la the attsck on tain Icary of the Xlpalo had aited sensi- that his contest was hopeless. the Germans. Ho says that he left a sick bly In taking care of Klein. Of the face of thcdo facts it Is dlfllcult to bcbed to go out to watch tho attempt of tho other events chronicled In the dlrpatchthe llovo that his murder was conspired Germans to make a landing for an attack on Secretary pointed out that since Its (lute by his political opponents. Tho DemMstaafa's forces, but that instead of tiring telegraphic advices show ed that martial law n shot or leading the natives he was a pasas far as It applied to ocratic Legislature of Arkansas has had been abolished offered u largo toward for tho detecsive spectator beyond warning tho Germans foreigners, and that tho German officials not to land aa requested to do by the na- had been rebuked. He had noticed tion nnd arrest of tho murderer. In tives. The hatred of the Germans toward in the newspapers, although ho had to doing It has not merely taken a any one stating tho facta respecting the no official Information on the subject, that proper step for tho vindication of tho aggresrtlons of tbo Germans was Illusthe German Consul, Knappe, and lierr caao of trated In the Cusack of I!randeis,Tamasese'e adt ler, who, according law, but It hni given tho Ho to tho Times. Mr. Klein the Hamoan has to some accounts, had lccn rcfjHmMblo for charge that tho nssmslrmtlon of Clay mlidvlts of Dlacklock and fomenting strife, had been ordered homo ton was n political murder. Harrls-- J other resident as to the proper character by tho German Government. If this was burg (Pa.) Patriot. of his conduct on tho night of tho battlo true the stato of affairs promised to ImjuiucU with the Germans on December la Klein relieved Secretary llayard was Impeful EXPECTATIONS MET. declares that his published correspondence that a speedy, peaceful sind satisfactory sot Mr. Harrison AilmlU Ills Subserviency to has been verified by official correspondence tlerocntof Samoan affairs would le reached. lie l'rotectlte Tariff League. respecting affairs on the Islands. Ho contends Ho had be said received no nows from SaTho American Protective Tariff that the cltuatlon of all American resident, moa later than that sent to Congress and aland especially merchants, Is intolerable ow- ready published Lcnguo Is tho original body of political ing to tho Insolence ot German officials and "fat" men lu this country. Ono of its A feeling was cutcrtalncd there soldiery. BACK. BROUGHT purposes, bofoto tho tocuul uluuttpn, thsA Anioiiiui tgliUi ft ould not be respected unless sufficient naval force was ordered to Kulin, the Vonnjr Herman CliareeA with- was to scctiro 1,000 rnon who would Jlur.lerlnc William Christian at rrliu- subscrlbo $100 cneh to promoto "tho those waters with adequate authority. Tor, Wit.. Itetums from Euro; In protection of American labor." In When tho Mariposa left the Islands every Clmrgo of mi Ofllcer. thing quiet, but tho preceding month this it was successful early In tho canNew York. Feb. 18. Sheriff John M had been marked by lively Incidents, of vass, and it then extended its operwhich only meager details havo coino by of Madison, Wis., arrived on tho swamcr cable I rom Auckland The flro at the Britannic Saturday with Hans Kulin. atoung ations to special industries. Thus, from tho Iron Industry an assessment Germau consulate on January 0 was oc- man, who was recently arrested in Queenm n cidental. It was extinguished mainly tou cnarKcu who vno muruer of $750,000 was lovled and paid Tho by tho of efforts tbo American maker" 'in 1'rin.rnxe nne was lnv Ited to. vi." choiuleal Industry and British marines, yet the next day $30,- the German Consul sworn that the Ameri- on the nhiht of December llJ.? Kuhn "chip In," but raised los than cans and Englli-J- i were rcsponslblo for it, was found in his steerage berth hidden 000, many In the business refusing to attributing to those nationalities the double under some clothing. Ho still had in his bubxcrlbo. Thcso funds woro used in motive of damaging German property and possession a bloody knife and t o vsUWn, n manner beyond discovery even by a dcstroviuir German archive Xhe day in which bo Is supposed to have carried "dark liiiitoin." In brief, thin ludgttu after tie tiro It was found that Tamosese's away port of his alleged Victim's IkmIt The ralsod moro party had really intended to attack sheriff and his prisoner started Went at and its Apia, but weru prevented by that once. Kuhn has no fears that ho will be money for Harrison than tho Kepuboccurrence. The German Consul, Dr. hauged, tor he says there is no hanging law llcnn National Committee did directly, Ho chuckles over tho pros. although Knappe, on January 13 sent word to Matoafa In Wisconsin. tho lattor body had L. P. that hen anted to have, a talk w 1th him, but pect of living at tho '.tttatn's expeuso for tho Morton's blank chocks at command. rest of his life. tho King declined the invitation unless the It Is Instructive to nolo that Hen IKubn, It Is fU, was known In W tconiln Consul put his dcklrcs In WTltlng, as otherHo ailed for and rece.vtd Harrison fully appreciates tho services wise he fenrcd ho would compromise his a a hor shelter one night In the house of the cccntrjr-maown position. Another rebel carao In sevof this league. Ho has just sent its whom be murdered. Ho got eral days afterward and said Tainascse's murder I1M in cus! and an old s'her by tbe prosldont a, lottor which rends thus: witch party had been notified by tho German Kuhn.lt Is alleged, got Christ an drunk, drrg.ed I.NMAXAFOLi. Ind Jao. HI, JKua Kluard Consul that unlet they came down him from his house to his cheese fsctory II. Ainmliiottn, t'ii., Stie Yort UU): My Dear and attacked Mataafa the Germans would neit doo- -, la d him In a vat, split epen his 3 r I have not lecn able sooner lo acknowledge to und are upon the forces of Tainaicac On head with an axo and cut up bis body. He i ut your telegram of the IStb, extending to me the 18th the Uritleh fcteam packet Itlchmoud tbe head In a sack and tho rest ot tbe body Into the congratulations ot the American l'rotec-lu- e Tariff League Let me assure you lhat I arrived. Mr Moors, an American mer- two valises. Ho dropped the sack into a lake eearbr. and hired a man to help bra carry appreciate very highly this constat eiprsiuu, chant, started to take his poods oif the the valises to Monroe, Oo tbe way the man anJ tbat It wilt be my sincere purpose to meet and his boat was seized by an armed got blood on his of thoie who not only ttthe Just Herman boat. It was 8 o'clock In tho tola h'm that hnds and clothes. Kuhn i joiee In cipccWtloai of the late election, but tho sacaeli eentalLcd the result c cuing when the ltlchinoud arrived, newly shot rabbits. Kulin took tnt cars i whose contribution to that success was so and a German guard was put aboard at Monioe for New York, and sailed fromttiero earnest and so largo. of her the next morning It was an- oo the steamship Lord Oouab. Cbrinanwas for jou, s'r. personally, I with kloi nounced that war had been declared, and inougitt to bs away on a spree until eight d iys am, Very sincerely yours, that no goods would bo allowed to land ex- after tho murder, when two boys, wh le fish- Henjauin IUhiuso.v. cept nt a certain German store, wheiu Uiey in;, got th:lr cstaslcd In thesaikeuu The "just expectations" of this talatng Christian's Lead. Kuhn was trie il would be pahhcd upou by a German storelcncuo v.oro abundantly Bet forth durkeeper. Tho following day formal proo. aboard ths Lord Oougta, and tbe Queenitowa ing tho election. Its members lnvoited lunation was made by tho German Consul authorities were cairicd to nrrett blin. declaring the island In "ttate of war," and Bums of monoy In the Harrison canvass THE FLOORS GAVE WAY. that any assistance to the rebels would bo just as thoy would havo investod punished by martial law Irrespective of na- A l'ourtMii.Story Htruetnre. ln (hlr.igo monoy in other tionality, AlltCEsehi were declared liable l'nrtllly Wrecked. business projects. Tho risk was large, to be searched Captain Mullau protested "Owing Mock." Chicaoo, Feb. 1& on tho other hand, If tho plun against the seizure of Moors' boat and tho a new fourteen story The structuro at tho cor-n- but, boat was released. of Dearborn and Adams streets, succeeded, b! dividends worooxpeeted. Cuuul Blackluck wrote to Consul Knappe this city, was partially wrecked. Sunday 'Ilils organization in brlof was nptly nfcklng bl in what ho meant by "state of morning. Th vldent was prel'sHy described by Governor Hill In his powWir."' Tho German lonsul replied saying caused by over-- clghtlog Uio twelfth martial law bad been declared Meanwhllo story with ono of tho hugo w ater tanki In erful letter to tho Harlem Democratic suit was instituted agaiu.t Stephen J, tended to furnish hydraulic pressure Club: Our Democratic President forced tho rightCusack publisher of the Bamoan Times, and for tho (levators. Under tho heavy all alo ig tho line. Uo a Drilfsh subject, iu tho British Hlch wcivbt tha door tlllrxe gnvo way. ing army whoso center was was confronted by chiefly composed of an i;ourt- charging tha iWeudant falling thruuvh frnui -- door up wu atluor r.nut WH.U Ulmluul libel airalntt tho Herman I lintll thai fViTltitnfl mfiaut liil fntl,UFAs1 niieli mono,Hlll, hliuH who wluif w(ng uiadv ot mercenarle, mil left Government and navy for rcpitnting nn an Impetus hik! tremendous traight that a xanltttuao of impostors, dott.e. in tnelsaed tho a"rb article from a Ban rranrlaco paper on Qcr- - every floor down to the wan ot pretended putilutuiu ot whom Wasblugton ; in raraoa. was crusUed thrOuch. cnuslni tl... vnln nf lu bis faroncil letter bade us beware. iuuuu.uiny uuu uneu siuu, inn paer most of tho Interior ignition walls. As Uio "contribution" of this longuo was also suppressed. Captain Hand, of the A few workmen In w.u "largo," Its "just expectations" employed Ilrltlsh war ship lloyalUt, had been the basement heard the crashing nro doubtloss "largo" also, und Mr. In tho meantime friendly with the Ger- uniwrs una effected (heir escape, mans, but on tbe 3 th the Ilrltlsh ship but had the accident occurred on' week Harrison is now presumably commitIxmgfellow arrived nnd was boarded by day. when large ntimliera of men ore at ted to nny and every Increase of tariff n armed boat from tho Adler, which left a work In tho building, great loss of life, taxes that monopoly may seok to guard aboard Scarcely had the German w'ould hae resit tod. Tho low Is estimated wring from tho peojilo. How Mr. lioat left tho ship's sldo'wlien a boat from at about II, si. tho lloyalUt arrived to demand the reavm stated thoso "just expectafor tho presence of tho Germans In charge tions" wo aro not Informed, his teleTHE DROUGHTJN BRAZIL. of a Ilrltlsh ship. The German officer regram possibly having boon mnrked fused to surrender tho charge given by his Tlia Dl.tre.. Wl.le.prerfd, lliimlred of "private, uso wUoly." On Saturday orders and tho Fngllsh ofllcer returned Thousands llrlng lte.orld Destllul-oMr. Harrison was presented with a to his naip for further instructions. Captain linages of Vrllnw copy of tho lilblo (taxod twonty-flv- o Hand, after assuring himself that the Long, New Yok I'c,. n A lilo Jonlero disfellow u papers wero ol' right, sent a heavy patch says; prcent.), and in Its wisdom tho Amerdetachment ou board of the vessel and tho continues toIho drought In the Northwest ican Protective TurlfT Ionguo may Increase In Ce.ua and to upread Germans loft On tho afternoon of Uio out In tho rear of tho adjoining provinces, havo soou lit to fend him another ilMi British Consul Cootlogon Issued a so that the number of proclamation ordering Ilrltlsh subject not bo less than ,V),(mo.utterly destltuto can copy with tho pago turned down at Ibe G,cniniciit, Muttliuw xxv., '29: to pay no attention lo tbe proclama- unwilling to uudenako again tho tion of war, 'J he Unto every ono that bath shall be given, and Ilrltlsh Consul's of feeding hosts In demounting cosUy task Idleness, ofho shall havo In abundance; but from him IKMers had scarcely been up when Captain fers free passages to other ,,roviuces, that hath not shall bo taken away even tbat Fritre put up another proclamation declar- but, although thousand avail of the offer, vblrb be hath. ing that Ilrltlsh citizens and those of all thero aro multitudes that crowd llko Albany (N. Y.) Argu other nations were under martial law, and overall tho Intlor towns. oxhonsU for any offenea against tho stated regula. lug tho local resource, and wh-- having A QUESTIOn'oF lions would be prosecuted by LIBERTY. neither tho energy nor the uieaus wok-luCousul Coctlogou took water on tho the MBjK.rt clamnr What lllltli I'mlei lion Means ami Why Its r lho impmuti. follow lug day and issued a proclamation that cable supj.ly lliiiilens Must He lleiiioird. war hud been declared and asked all DrilUh unately, also, of local rt'lef works. Unfortthere is j prekcut iirospoct Hun. ltoger Q. Mills makes is consubjects .to Miljiult to a search. An of escapo from still vaster disaster cise statement of tho necessity of tariff F.ngllsliman wu eelzed iu a loat near tho Ju this city ami the nicamoiKl that nay by an armed boat and capital yellow fever neighWing provlm lal reform when ho says that "tho sumo rorccd toiro on board tin Adler beforo Cap. eMhodeaths now i. unking rapid march. mmibeilug obiut-'Ja broud principle runs through industain FriUe. Iheypwore ho was an Ameri- day. OtcrltiJ patitnu are ulrendr .In the trial and human freedom und it is can. An ofllcer shook his sword under hla Marltlino Hospital at Jurujulm, undtho bound to prevail." nose and wild. "Jiy -- you aru on a Gernumber la fast Increasiiy , Pctween tho purtios on tho tariff man ship now und must obey orders." Ho Issue, tho question is altogether thin nai finally allowed Vigo, und Immediately No Jleny for G'llrUii. lodgxl formal cuiupialut with tha Ilritlah I)Hb0K, Feb. 18. -- The Ju,lgtK art of liberty. Thero Is no political libof Consul. of upKala have refused to grunt the order erty apart' from Industrial nnd comThe stttutner Walrul united from Auck of oppeal to Mr. William O'llrlen anogaliTst mercial liberty, tl Is not u quesland on tho K.0, bringing Important dJs. tho recent sentence to four months tion of porconlagos, but of system of patches for the Otrmuu Co.uul yhew for vttnues under thi CiIinui (wt. t;r.:....Tr' "irrxrrrf'f'onlat-te- r's murdered tinder slmllnr circumstances would bo nowspapors Republican qulto content to await tho dovclop- m0nt of ovldoneo In tho caso beforo , ,,,0 """J1 , ovor lulmlt that nuii.ic- hnd any thlnff to do with tho inattor. To Iho jaundiced oyes of tho Itcpub- limn lournnlUt tho South Is ft Nazar- cth out of which nothing but ovll can jiosslbly eonio. At Iho miiiiu llmo It Is d a fact Unit moro murders nro In tho Northern States In proportion to population than In tho South and tomo of thorn within tho last twolvo months woro duo to political animosities. About thirty years ago an assassina tion of a character qulto similar to thnt of Clayton occurred In tho town of Jacksonville III Hon. Murray ono of tho ablest lnwyora In that Stato and a much moro prominent Democrat than Sir. Clayton has bcon n llopubllean, was shot dead In his offlco nt Jncksonvlllo by somo ono who fired at him through tho window. Tho nspnsstn was novor discovered, but nobody ovor attributed tho murder to politics. Thoro woro, howover, qulto its good reasons for styling that a "political murder as liicro aro lor doing tho sarao in. tho caso of Claycom-mltto- government Tito government of n froo pcoplo must, to prosorvo their freedom, tnko thoir monoy ns taxes. As long ns taxes nro just nnd equal, it innkos no grcnt difference how Ihoy aro levied. Tariff taxes oonsldorcd merely ns tnxos for government o and restricted to government neorJs nro tho best, lleyond this thoy aro tho worst tho most Insidious Instruments of oppression thnt tyranny ovor devised to accomplish by fraud and Indirection what It fonrs to by nn open oxcrciso of power. It it woro not a question ot liberty, lho whole lssuo on tha tariff would soon disappear. Sixty million pcoplo would not long listen to wrnngles over porcontagos, but when their rights and thoir freedom nro concerned thoy will listen, nnd it will not bo long before thoy will coaso to listen, to act. Tho wholo plutocratic powor ot tho country is massed In support of thu gystom that has mudo plutocracy In America; that has fastened on tho country nn industrial nnd commercial slnvory undor which tho viwt ma jority of tho pooplo aro required to blindly abnndon their industrial nnd commercial rights not to tho government Uioy havo established, but to a class creatod by class: law; with nono of tho restraints of an ofllclul governing class, but with nil Its vices. Tho conditions thus created nro not to bo borne by n pcoplo thnt desires to remain free. Not only Is tho serfdom ot labor consequent upon thorn, but u worse consequence is tho negation ot tho right ot tho Amorlcnn cillzon to control his own affairs In ovory thing thnt does not involve unjust interference with tho rights of others. If tho American citizen has any liberty at all It Is tho liberty of wearing what cloth. ng ho pleases without Government Interference; of selecting his own food, of determining for himself what articles It la best for him to buy und what uot rov-onupt pos-gfb- lo THE INDUSTRIAL WORLD. broom-corgrowers talk of restricting tho ncrcaga y AwstiKiuM (N. Y.) knltUng-mlll- s 8,200 persons. A siu. to prevent blacklisting Is before tho Indiana legislature. 8rsTi. mils now weigh 100 rounds to the yanl-incrcaso from M pounds. IATrno.v, N. J i silk weavers have lectures in their library nnd reading-roomTin Focrlcss Slinlng Company, capital ISCO.OPO, has been formed nt Wichita, Knn. nt work on Sam FnASCisco ship tl at hnd her boilers inado In Scotland demanded ft per day Kansas Cut 1ms n young woman compositor who sometimes nets us "boss" In tho aWuco of tho foreman, Mississippi Valley New tUllroud Company will build shops at Lexington, Ky , If XK0 Is donated. AftiMrASThnsbcen formed to mluocoal in tho IU d mountains, near Orient, D. T. T. I), Hi'iMbarls tho general manager LorisviLLC tailors won a striko after new Ken had been cmplojcd and an Injunction suit aci nst tho union had been begun. LonvitXB last year turned out 2jo,0n0 plows h' 1 gavo employment to 3,0110 men In their manufacture. They were sold entirely la tho South. Tur cotton mills of tho country havo sp ndlei, ngalnst 10,0J,000 eight ycirs ag), a growth considerably Inrger thin that of population. Iujkoij I n Hii Husband This house Is as cold as barn, nil tho doors aro swinging open, lh children yolllng, no signs of no Wlfo Why, my dear, how unreasonable you nro. You nro absolutely brutal. Tho Idea of talking that way to mo after Pvo worked llko a slavo tho wholo nltcriioon trying to finish this Heaven llloss Our Homo" motto for tho front hall. N Y. Weekly. sup-por, a - boiler-maker- s thirty days It costs twcnly-flv- In dollars lino or jail to sell boys clgarotlcs o In Ohio. That is why so many Ohio boys live to beeomo Prosldents of tho United Stales. Ilaltlmoro Amorlcan. A Trust ThO bilious H hwVm j'ffr.ajd II IllllbJ J IMLf niSSSISSM Vera-Ciir- iUacobsOil Diamond FOR a DVBPEP8IA. The Great Iiiverand Sloiuach Remedy all tllnordorsi ol for tho ouro ofLIVKR, BOWELS. Ihtt STOMACH, KIDNEYS, BLADDER, NERVOUS DISEASES, LOBS of APPETIT C03TIVENE8S, BILIOUSNs-SS- , R PILLS 0 CONSTIPATION, ADWAY'O HEADACHE, THE-wpo- rt AY & roiiTtvi com rort WDiaKsttoif and ail Stams.S TrssUss Atitlsf Tksrsfrom. ntnouopoly. It is shared not only by thoni, but by residents of malarious localities, VMAtffal tf l 1'ws.A.a.s ilulaai oavlf quondam rhouinntlo sufferers whom it has ftr mh if n J ntmuti U ttM it Wli U ti hf m,I i rrrrisi or iJ nt PAriI(T) M fHM, Btmpt relieved, nnd the nervous, debilitated nnd ct ttamp. Infirm whom It has built up. If troubled ifif 91 rrtrtit tirrt with Inaction of tbo kidneys you should uso THE CHARUSA.VOQUIR CO., lUliimorf, MJ. it. Olvo this mcdlclno tho systematic- trial it merits. , Vox UcLow.it Is reported, recently threw a Dddlo at the conductor at a rehearsal It Ttriflf of Miiv- tlUlt'It In A BAl'Tr. atkl Is a new thing for him to detelop a lolln hX unit nrrtwMii temper. The piano Is his forte. from th tlm of orf(r That Is no Monopoly. tlU-- t Ivpuard by Uio ,!hslCpti0 Snd In llostotter's Htomuch Hitters It not FEVER, INFLAMA PILES ond TION of lho I clornnKomontB of lh Intorno! n Vlaoorn. Puroly VoBOtnblo, no morotiry, mlnortl or DELETERIOUS DRUQ8. DOWELS, con-tnlnl- INDIGESTION. nn rf ZaWaiMsatf bo nooompllshoil by tnkln WAY'S PILLS. By bo clolnu PERFECT DIGESTION will RAD - THE SATIN FLOWER Dyspepsia, bo. . trw court-marti- poft-offlc- e, sui-for- man-of-w- rk shops against n reduction has Only ono firm rernvtictfly succeeded. fuses to rcsuino work at tho old wages. r veins of coal of excellent fwo s,uit..ly havo been found 110 feet below the near Chester, n vllhigo midway nrfaco fc4nccn JitcKson anil utuml UiipMs, Mich. JLcoMrxxr Is being organized at Heat U tifle. Ky., to dcvelon coat luudsnud will. isolated, put In a plant ot machinery- with avipacity or from twculv-tlr- n t HfnM coal daily. i lai ir"ii wm vxpanu asu contract oo- wren tho cxtremo ranges of temperature a this country with a force equal to four inJ three fourths tons per squaro Inch cf urfaeo exposed. Hr. Lous painters asked for an increase cf forty ceuts per day, but will probably uo- pv i no bees' oner of nn advance el to buy. renty cents. Thoy get thirty cents pet It is not denied, and It can not bo t'umt present and workoight hours per denied, that tho protecUonlsU refuso uir. Tub various carpenters' unions of Chins- to concedo that any such right exists. Thoir wholo theory Is thnt tho Ameri- p aro now actively consolidating and to repeat of a can citizen must bo forced by a jugglo sco for tho eight-hou- their demands thirty-fiv- jear r day and ot tho tax laws to uso goods of ono cents per hour as the minimum rata ol brand only tho goods thnt havo tho wges. American Protective Trust brand on At Ilurlingame. Kan.. 1.000 miners met ind accepted, under protest, a redaction ol them. bushel. Scranton President Clovoinnd fitly character-- losnaonc-nai- rbeen cents asamo strict has ...,.- - . cut the I amount. Al .1 cu .1.1 eystoia wncn nocaucu it -- tno I 10 result of soft weather iu1B At of capital." It Is a tyr- - jsorth tha miners nro on half ttnio. uiiuy thnt will bo overthrown. The: Kionri-rwicr ecnL of tho Hour export America last year went to England, question is of liberty, not of por cent. ! M snd&lpercenL of tho wheat exportation Sl IiiI- - iinlli,it.. The Hilling World says thero is no toumU (on fsr the fear that IlussU vriil uko out THE POPULAR VOTE. place la this trade. Tbe goods tell ou theit Why Peinorrata Hate No lteoti for Fret, nent. lug Iiltheitrteneil. Tns tomuto canneries put up WW,f! In tho election Inst November ono runs last year. Tho Icodingpointa of aro Maryland and VlrgiulA, credited great political issueovershadowedaud with l,U8,m cases; New Jersey, obscured nil tho rest. That lssuo was Delaware, 227,M; New Ycrk,ttrJ,T3;7,nv!, West joined on tho President's messago pro- ernHtatcs,TJ,M19;rUstcrn State, e 1 .Leavm-communlso t.j XJw rt pf jttii ei'ir tsskers 1c fort1' Have no rqunl as a prompt ami posltlre euro for sick btudache, biliousness, constl- Isition, win In tho aide, and all liver Carter's Ltttlo Uvcr Fills. Try them. Tur. Queen of Oreccels not n Dollv Var. den in hor taste. Hho only wears two cob ors, tho white and tho blue, tribute Its nourishing proportion for tho support of tho nsturol Mthown In lhfcut(IUJ of Ihs body, Ci)rllii49UrMsnt wnstoSOLD OY ALL Prloo 20o. por DRUGGISTA. )unroni a tocnii(iu 8ICK HEADACHE, FOUL 8TONI ACH, BILIOUSNESS, will bo nvolci-ei- i. ontl tho food thnt lit onton con ibit0. ArUntrvit mm r;rm'i or t loom U llllil IE4VSS ni trfticlit. lllMMtoti Htvl atf tf lhltfMt tislUt tfiutlfit! rotor, hinirt c lilt nn cnc ran pott In lUnt4 at tussisa1 ruo,S ctisriuis notfljweM. or It ran ba rii "I nAVE been afflicted with nn affection of tho Tliroat from chlldhno.1, caused by diphtheria, nnd havo used various remedies, but havo never found nny thing equal to Huow.n's llnoxcuiibTiiomrs.'' ffrr a, il. r". rtnmj (on, Fihdim, Kv. Bold only in bvare-- JilawlliiBl (own In tbe rsrden lo Msr. In either eaalt will M'nlnabl4weesi ir only lOets, airf make s most besatlful show. I will mail a rl-- r ol seett. t ('tsl.sro. ana bw l.llsne f TlllIU I i'ataUrewlllnatt. seal Males Ten ntreaJr rwr SSlauU KlrleenS llf...tr"'-- l 'lalef meanest erer innrrt, liTvawiy nii.,im,i;j wns ! wj? inwKl&t 1 m 1 ONLY Fnt ant tllOi'K Trull no nf Hl Vrgtlibls or Flower tads, Rotlt, Shtulit, Crap Vlrxi, "fT' " i I Trett, Etc. as, ",. rt " "uC.","f' ! lof I'or eisinple, w tend Kit'alt and Ruarntiteo safo arrival H raokeia riiolro flower flecdi. Maoris. .. li.Otl rriellso,for nn. i ' ! JJ15S "rer.itsst.Aelirt.1 Vi .1 eil I.trt .TM WFR a1 l rJ" Fnt'lT should r.ot stand after being rut. It eaioirfcnJ(ij6sililiJuV:i.Tlaa.. loses lu llaror na well as Its f rcshnosa and ert ber.e ere,l." Trie rtwM re eeyv Nuas will not cook so well. Irea airaei iho w no orUeri ha ab., esoe l.iwtrsee.1. s Skis oavr Mill . A.(rr; is Halo's ssl ssmss Luc Oil Upon Troubled Waters n cold. Honey of Hnrchouml and Tar upon rau rtrss i lu ono uilnuto. 'Ike's Toothache I)rv) Cure " VA.'"' slloan anli mas 1 Niw Zeiunh offers a bounty of five cents each for tho destruction of English sparrows. Din vou ever nnswer a newspaiierndver tlsemont! Try W. L. McKay, whoso advertisement "Men w aiitrd"appears on thu jwge. They nro about as big J. I. CASE T. M. CO. ae" "IsiitriWAi. rtn" over." are a new notion. at a small "turn ' - ias iim&i-- trim - - WIS., amsor - necessary to lake blue nil's LltUo lorousntbn liter to uctlou. 1111s aro much better. Don't fergetthla. Liver It Is no longer :0) KIIHrii?' afTAtsssrjni. v, S ! -1 ' i ii(5 " i farst .! m areenhoiises. To) seres THE STORKS ft HARRISON CO., Palnijvllli, (.ski Ct. Ohlee Htcfei-an- t sorts J. to 1,01 Urano Vines, 4 mrts, mirrliolif 1'ur Iha ol her M seta and lotl Ihln'ttwaldea (msnrflswshil ltare)seoiir flliisriSrslsil t ITAMMlla. JJ lla-rs-, sent fteo lo all who wish to purchase rltber fwda, t'lants orTnee. Allotherswlslilnsill should remit the cost S3o. Oar U i.iio of Ibo olitesi, Urireat and mod rrllal.lo nurseries In that' 8. ttlb Irar, tt lr;,,NntiittH. 2t..r. 15 7iiliruls,.ii 1,it Hderniiliiinj, II i)enll.t sorts I.Ui lsrarnatlotm, l'ackelstbolfxfWi'lal,lefM'r.tsIl)s.its i.m 11 -- SIOAOAY BltaTlfL lu-- AGENTS WANTED I Tnr cost nu,a,oua. of the Paris Kipoiltion will be Tl bloat, st no ether setton d.ie be sfttem aiinitieh need tbs aid of a rsllaM ruedlrtn Ills Itood'i arsiMlla, snow. llarlea lbs Inna.eold winter the Moui Iweoues thin sod In pa re, lb loir te- iMnies weak and llred, tht arrxtlU rasy Hood's harsshlla Is peeutlarl; sitifle.1 lo partly snd en r ten lb Mood, to errale a iwl appsUta and taOTsrcuaivtlisl ured feellii. Ar the tr March April May rosr bet nvntbi la wbuh lo purify SEI-.I- K Portable fitstsnnsry an.1 Trsrl-! is t., sn.1 T trnilis, II im I S.W alll.V. llartitnery ISTsist.r HLA so a on r'ne. IIAM'SOHSIATAUKH srsiKsiais r.ns-- x MAIltU Intelligent Beadori will notice thtt ,,h 1'llt.l- - ui... iMiimiwii"a KJlsriVl UfaSJTcri i'isnii if nn s s.v.1 M eaarSM I resrw ry slnek, (lr at'S Is aaraas4 TBI'S To name AS UNIICIIIII. f fasrb. f nrv',ACs s.riy mm if CIVCN SWAT If lallaeansatir., !.-r.cry a. r says trmm to 4 Ijim, a,r aitr hcr Irei se4ll l l la tiM ty . ,,, mm MANuV'tl lS"nHI1,t i(U 2I yrilnfff , k,l nal CO?,laHlA.llVt s3lt!rn si Tun's Pills ars or diseases. Mil onljr anrh aa frviu a atsortlcrol llier, ylat Ylco-Cons- -- w-- ft,tT n ltlch-lnon- d, I l!:i , extra-hazardo- er Am-mldo- U ., court-martia- l. g n-- Imprls-onniea- t TitElUchmond (Ind) locomotive and ma chine works aro rapidly developing their al ready extensive works with a view of pluo isg themselves In a position to build at ItatlOOlucoraotUesu jear. Ttey hivocou follows : true ted for a large number of tools and arc ., For tar ft reform (Cleveland) S,&.1 making cousiderubio extensions in their Agalust tarlft reform (Harrison) variousMiopi. They expect IuImvouI! their , .. , . 100,47) alterations completed by May, 1S9. Fopular majority What tbo defeated New York strcct-ca- r Truly It Is said by an esteemed colstrikers demanded league : " Novor was thoro so trium- ing: Conductors, Is indicated in the follow ti'iv, drivers, ta35; night phant a defeat as that ot G rover watchmen, 13; head changer, tl; hostlers, Cloveland and tariff reform in 1888." I3;hltchcrs,l3; tow boys, l.S); changers Tho boldness of his messago of De- IU; harness cleaners, (3: switchmen, fj cember in calling tho public mind tc lampmen, (J; pavers, 1233; rammers and pikers, tho necessity of ta'lff reform was not constituto 2; laborers, fj.le Ten hours shal a dy' work, one hour let tho causo ot his defeat, but it was ths dinner, and firo days in tho week. Ha tur initiation of an abla discussion of thai S nine hours, less ono hour for dinner one great question in tho canvass and on Hun Jays and all legal holidays which gained for tho Democratic causo eight hours, less one hour for dinner, and a . work dono over said ot tariff roform tho positive approba- slilerrd overwork, and paid hours to Lo con as such, tion of a majority of tho electoral pcoplo ot tho Itopubllc. HAPPY ST. LOUIS. It needs only that tho Democratic educational work shall lie continued with mil Nye Dlseourses nn tbe I'leasurca of nn Arrest iu That City. sincerity and vigor on that lino to SU Ijuls Is tho only city 1 have ever transform tho triumphant defeat to a v.hernit like a man j victory in tho Congres- delicate tributo to arrest uavincwrites IJill him, sional canvass of next year, and tho Nye in tho Chicago Tribune. When you are Presidential canvass two yearn after arrested in St. Ixiuls you do not go reluctant'-to the nearest statl n by means ol ward. the Why, then, should nny Democrat and t:n of yonr nck, through u Iiuoilup madding crowd, but the policeman whe who bell overt that thero Is somothlng has arrested you sends In a signal from the in politics besides ofllccs bo disheart nearest box, and directly, as tho English ened? Thoro Is absolutely no reason put it, or right away, as tho American has droska. or for dlscourngomnnt, but ntnplo causo It, a beautiful for tho hlghost conlidonco in tho prom- me phaeton, drawn by gaily caparisoned ise of tho near future Chicago Olobo. and neighing steeds, dashes up to tho curb, drivn by an Ollvo street gondolier. You bound lightly into the beautifully necked CONTEMPORARY OPINION. chariot, a tiny silver gong about tho alio ol Colonel Dudloy should bo a rallroud time tablo tinkles gaily, nnd If roado Commissioner ho could grant awsyyou go, arousing the envy and admiration of thoso tibo havo never been under himself a patent on tho blnek-of-llv- n fcchomo for distributing boodle Louis arrest. hoxv, llut asks the keen and pungent ville Courier-Journa- l. reader, can St. Louis afford to do this, while JohnWnnnmakcr having dropped In a cty like New York tho criminal must or forego into tho slot tho biggest campaign either walk to tho station-houstbnjojs contribution evidently expects the ma- - simple, of arrest entirely. Tbo answer Is Hero the crluituul puy ii.M for un chino to drop n Cabinet appolntmont. arrest which ho used to get at 13. This pays Wheeling (W. Yu.) KegUter. his droska hire and makes Ids arrest somoInstigated by the dcvlL the thlng to look back to with pleasure. Tropin United States Senuto has put a tariff who yield to tho police and becomo arrested not care for tho duty on tho word ot God. Thoso fol from t.me tot Into dorefer tho expenso toexa pense Mostly thoy lows, If left alone, will put a xpcclnl place which should bo alluded to very sjmr tax upon tho oxlstenco of thoir own lngly in a Suuday jujor. And so M.CA don't botLer them at all. They pay It if they have vlllo Courier-Journa- l. mothers. Louis it, and they opportunity Is given Whut n chanco Jingo James is them toifearn do not nn on at some sort ol How ho would declare war, skilled fabor, it later missing. llko pounding sand. This and let somo ono olbe do tho lighting;! makes tho arrest on ornament to the city, and tbe gentlemanly criminal or James hn just missed a groat many obligato pays for it, thus contribHo carao within ono of being chnnccs. uting to his own comfort and making his honest Chicago Leader. arrest an ovation and a dellcnto tribute to In repudiating tho action of tho himself which tho pujicrs can uso and which (icrtnan commander on tho spot Prinro will read well en a scran book when forked Ilismarck has acted llko a sensible over to future generations. man. It is unfortunate for tho Jto publicans in tho ttonulo tbat ho should havo done no under a protest and ro-- it THE MAnKETS. monstninoo from Mr. Iluynrd, but , Kfb, VS. theso little mishaps aro unavoidable, LlVRSlQCa M -- N. Y. PosL ... S S3 & 1 Tl Choice butchers. I IS (0 ( 65 , . I Jil M I Nl noQd packers A Sample of O. O. P. Dishonesty. I V3 SHHBI"-lo- oa to choice (.i0 l.AMIIH Clood to tbolco . 6 V.I ta ( 4 sfi Somo ltonubllcnn Knnntir nf nn In, KI.OUII Knmlly. . VI (lulrlng turn of mlnd-H- IU CTiundler, W forn No. 3 tnlKsl lorinstnnco oujjni louirect tno atten.. ?J OatsNo. 3 ir.lsvd tion of tho Senuto und tho country to 1 Hie-N- o. 11 Ol tho met thnt Kopuhllcun control ol tho HAY l'rlmo tocholeo I') J Medium leaf CCO United Stilted Senuto Is duo to tho sup. 1011Oooil leaf 0 Mess presslon of tho Democratic votoi In I'llOVIBIONS-lV- rlt steam.... , n 5 QUI', tho Stnto of Now York. This Is not lUTTBIt Clioleo dairy I) !IU rtino In cliolco creamery dono itvowedly, tho form of a frco voto I W tl'I'LKS l'rlme, per bul... being kept up, but It Is dono us olTect-Ivol- v I'OrAIOIlS-l'erb- bl 1 NBW YOlllt lis it would bo If thero wnro u low ,1 on tho stntuto took of Now York, pu S -wt. thoro by Hepubllcnn Icclslutor. do. vo.n rei vnit clarlnir that In IoSUlatlvo elections ono llopubllean voto should count ns I'OHK-N- iw mess if 3 l i ID Q much as two Domocrntlo votes. Ho-- u,,u"W",er" c,"ciid publlcun LoffUluturu tiflor Itopubllc.tn .13) i winter nedi-i.epimnuiro nits pcrHistently rofuceil lo uhai.v chlc.120pij marcu sin. i mi order nn enumeration of tho lnhnlx Corn Ntf. 'i Hants of tho Stnto of New York, though Data No. 'I ....- II ! POIIK Mess required by tho constitution mo to do, U M and Democrutlo countlos aro doprlviij HAI.TIMOIII UO) lit 1 IZ'l fUHlllfi-I'dnill.. of their proportional strength In thu ijltAlN Wheat, No. J Senate and tho Assembly. At Iho Into .0 !fJU$ CornMixed W St II olectlon thoro woro four Assembly dl. II i P01tl-l.... HI w trlcts In Now York and hlntr counties ,. . 4 01 I rjUJllty whir' cast un ut'trreL'iito of uloiit 88.. i'A'nl.ll-1'- l1 ... ou) ts ti ii iioaa 000 ,otos. Sovou InlQi'Itir cnunllux INIIIANAI'Ol.lH trj'i it. at. No. rd , wlh a smitllor ajfureifato voto. elected & ;MJli f,"orn Mld thlrtoou Aomblymeii, sollmt tho vot. is a Ing power In tho luttorcaso wns threeI.OUISVII.I.li I fold what It.wus In tho former. This rLOlHi-- N ttldl ft vtII f QltAlKxtvlirnt, No. t red In tho Hepubllcnn method of ft tU ct M .. .. oontrolllni; 71 ,'fj-21 Osll JIUed the Now York Lo;lruuro. UotrylT HI I'OIIK i0 if 'J iM Kreo I'lesa. ft I'-. . vis-itesilver-mounte- d e mlsdo-meansCIKCIW.-SATICatlle-Ccsnia- nJl ,...-...- claiming tariff reform. Shall tho tariff taxes levied for n stato of war.io continued ns n permanent burden upon tho pcoplo In a stato of iwuco. Or. tills quostlon tho pnnnln'a vntn win n; Canad.i, 73,910. 4Vi sprlas lor Jtttt tkstaaisdalla lo lata from threa to0,potlls or Hood's Csus. isrilta, becausa 1 tnov II pnrlIUstr-- 4 tlo. and Itoroathly eun tht syitem cf alt Impurttle-Th- at Ueju'd ffllai, sonieilnea railed 'sprlaa srill neter villi tha ijitrm that fcu been ereperlf eared f brthls rvefsltlfla remedr rpttomlet. W. It. 1UWUKNCSL Hl.u.r A.rk-ullur- l iDdlinsnoIlK In.l. B Hood's Sarsaparilla prsetlea ry .... all clwe iL.n Fevers, Costivencss, Bilious ll(l, rtsall STEADY EMPLOYMENT on SALARY or COMMISSION ajsi vr is rntrrunsiv lUnu, . Osssta. fi, V. MiKA V, Narterywaa llus itar stria t m t mVI lUnUl t, AllsWollelie eearttrr.th amen ,iikeneri,nnwMas lktr,ie-- AlKOnaeauJesliaelsntlt II Ua. SJI, AaJre,, at eat. .., n f r ertlilli)loinsnrSDee lT'3,f' r" r- - hi isiiiv,. 11, M, 1 aan. wasnuorua.ti.C. ff '. Inl AIM -- ,rllM taw Htnmfv er. atblo to suaka a remeily. I'rlee, sftalsv. uonc, Maiuicnco, etc. roe I lies tht;' are not ttarrnuleit ! tint re aa naarly ae It la ! j w fcff j iMioceniea A4-I- i I ri" ' t tnifcrmiJ, nw law rav4Vss ff. 5 rflircftrrnr, smm Hil u. lr 4 saavtM .f llM.d'a Slsrvapa. Ibavelaken ihrr f'satrea-Mrrittr-- e Mrl mrrtietB I have errr taken. itMimstoenp. mskestne slesp raf ir. nuet ro a rood appetiteI. aad Itaprores I'eit health sentrallr Mas. A snd.U. The Dost Spring Mccilcino tt WEBSTER gOXTIOHAlfyl Soooniers Ualloca I sold i: j:uvviu:iu xygen sej Hbfl twrnttmif bnr Um ortnina4 ul ' atH sl r uses bvciMt. ami J I' " e mfi lntn frmt ine otrrsrtM dt. i, t rMivaxinisHi r iaasi,ihi si i,tB-aa fVMle Hood's Sarsaparilla Sold by all itnwttls II slstorlV. by C t IIOOli A CO. Apolbeesries, nSOF n mWI ' IWUfUfl C.i'ei Aavaey fee tltlc-a- tlrt a4 PENSION.,M4lt strtratt. t riTzazxAij). jrirsilaalrt'T AMn It r,rssfiMM,M M lliaAptt,lal. iynmvU n I' a. Trrpsrtd oe.ty IavcII, Mass. W aa IOO Doses Ono Dollar SCROFULA. Of all tho Us that human nosh Is brlr to, Pcrof ula la most prevalent. Very few. Indeed, aro entirely free from some taint of Bcrofuta. Voting pcoplo of delicate const Itutlonsreoffn afflicted by this disease, which manlfetsltM'lf In tarious forms. Tho rlanda of the neck, groin, abdomen, etc., become enlarged, cither persistently, or with sllirlit Itupalnnent ot in e,r Brl'l tjr a j &. An Invaluable Companion tt is ar i-( t ir y Amsr ooo n r lllus. WU C C MtyULM nclsc Isterery lireslds. 1 -- se'lers. rrrJil seat tree, Swehs (frjniCrrHH eNsrrM a riwt'i wt fcu fa Cur h m) ituiti'MrorAru fc w ut J rait rirsa -- . taiii,st.,rssiM,iis. I CO., Ilib rs,Brrinaf.!i,Msss: bralth. ' Swellings in the Neck frequently tccome so cngorgMl with scrofulous matter tbat abscrsea aro formed. Painful ruunliia- - sort-- mar also an pear on the arms, IcfrsauJ feti eoiiietlineteontlnuousaudsomtr times of an Intermittent character. Ocenlon-allthe sores appear In tbo cars and nose, and on or stout tho rtoa. causing deafness and blindness. Pimples cancerous growths, swollen Joints, etc., are other symptoms of tha ills cs'O. It inii't txi treat"! tbrouith tbo blood If a ermsnrtit cure Is to bo obtained. What Is mora beautiful than a rich, soft complexion In man or woman? This run ho obtained only bytheeradlcatlonof all scrofulous taints from tho bln by the tmrvlstrnt Uso of s y IJLTIlA rrrerntto lerfortnei Ilia seen hH Ihs tnl otk, SSOO K lh so on. Urn.Uyi and tttt can h I'reJs of d(4ian tctwrcn now and malt If, t' i lhu Is a HI'KCIAL. July ttuin,an holds r d olr until Jnl A'M'eui seniul. rail wort fir Murk Help Wanted: ganger '.r !,. " rifrr iiitmiii iimiAoi: IXlili loJl'I.Yret. n.I.Ii rinip,Mi,MM Uirtttnaaan I m We offer I.OOI) lOUMQ MEN h,i?ii.'J ?ll.h.. Vnilr fle. A'ures VAlsrlsa - naue . liMH,rw, Stla. m a Tula stria ,-,- as4Ts.4l arel eketfe.Wos l.rwtlaMt A BI,,W SSJtri.sirTalada.OSta, KwriiiTNrkT. AA1e LltKlasslt. naA. I'.tV In WIDIK.SI die CCVJ 3QUU 1 ire. y a impi:r. "HI ta PnUMIAOLt TAsf UtstxHAxm iu,rMir.l'A. arsias rais riits- -, a ietsa, raavia,lilsArfc. UntlC"1"' akrihsst,tie.lkenurtilrtTS II U HI C ele. ayaui upel,rfi. CURTIS tUDLI8H!NC CO. hih rsisi rais raru nt ta,rnM roTrtil Wsntiis. w ini'y fioeeats a rear l.tutti. ar sisr.UII f bste ;I tut PHILADELPHIA. PA. A.N IC 1: Vi'iH s A Address loa imr Ihs Ky HltCt "HtTI.XW tut Usl tea saw la TS) AUrrMTiaCU Aaistllna riXABIt mS aa salt JOSEPH mH. HUNTER, arssaa luuen bm siaa ATniKNrr. wABiiitiTtv, n. i , ivll.l. tisrr tttt'ti I'CNMIO.V nllbsnl WHIAT. 3 Magee's Emulsion, ami health w fji.jw. Ho suro your Urufflst sells you only lhat prepaml by COUGIf CURE FOR J. A. SIAOnn CO., Lawrence, Mass. CHOICETEXASLANDS Rare Chance for Settlers, si to brim within es,y e ol soul luKrlur and bnard markets Mia linilafrsnlel to ths The!:il!.-Ti-J mm .rot alu nnuocjlrvrn. Pfi. Sr.t,mc Tfi.i l.,lnr HOUSTON &TEXA8 CENT'L RY.CO. It has Lstlstoa( thslln. eHb. Uty 1). II., llonls( liKatr.1 by Ilia rli-CuliM-sn- Renowned Agricult'l Lands la (l,lrinlbd lot.flir lassttUrs Ihs ' ftia (I Infsrmisf isoarrssan.lupwsrj. TbMlsn,ls w,r muix Its (sllml, llli nprrni ram aim son imiwr anl water Tbey ars siUrlrJ to lbs (tewtliaf folldn, corn, c.,l, wh rye, treOII,a, itlrilt au4 uriltus bllust"tilatlistlstu.tDd Usllty ri.io known silh foulhrrn ranbsntllsDf Tsui, Ihsr roimi, feniu( tliMttie, fatorsl'lsloinso sod wbsrs uttblixirweikesnlrsrrlet(io ll yrartsit, and round, ars la mtkl ruiiliaal ulcli rrfloui of sarlr soil 1st dr,lrucll. l.uir,l " Heriisti'nters'fpmnnyiri snlliratcrrfniffiiat with irhoelt. ebtirths, Ac. t ssas or is. On. AltU .b, bUnc In Soar fMjua yt4ily i,ui,ut, witbtnltrticad.fcrrrd psrineoii. tcrfurtber lnf,riiiiUui as UIUm aud lauds la l;scent ccuntlr,, srrlr lo J. 8. NAPIEn, Vernon, Texas, 200.000 ACRE8 Terl Worth IVtm.r lih Milurgtr (Vt:r,iy,cc nitrifies it. rif A (who Is trepartd losbow lo pttrcliswrin or lo IIOGH-C'oin- C. C. QIDDS, Land Afj't, Houston, Tex. ull?wi"?:'?"i7'r I,nr.l-l'rluia The mother of a member of our Arm hsi lean cured of a rsneerous sora on horfsoa ot twtntr rtsrs'itandlnuriytsklnitS I'C.NIJLSTIIV, H H. .. rWifciWiJiC? VSAIIV X llir.EV. DruMiiti, Ksrroerirtlls.Tsi, Hlfl'sfpeelflo cure I our bVi of sn sngryerup-tloneille.- 1 Keismaartsr tlia doctor's preserlpllons bad railed, an I sbn Is now halo sn I hsarty who l LONGFELLOW'S MAIDEN1, " KtaiiilliiR, with reluctant feet, AVhuro tho brook nnd " ''- ' . - 'Z&a.?rr nsin . um friend sndAlrlcatuSuirtrsM, nnllnl fres. t TiiKMVvu-rKi'Ktita'c- T.BHOIIK, Illchlllll.Ho. for our bixiss on lllooil and Hkln Dlsesies 11, MlilVrilJ, ATI IhTA OS ' KI.OIIK-Wl.co- MOTHERS' FRIEND makes GHILD BIRTHM CONFINBMINT, OA, LAIID-Hle- If U8BO OKPORB Iloou io MoTniiiT MiuiirKiirr. MIIAIItll.l.ll lll'UI I.AIIIIl ni ATI.A.1TA, foi.n n r aii, ImrnuiiTS. w., rstas tin rtfia flats-Ml- sed o. !.Alll-Hclli- icd i;, JICAIN-Who- . KI WM Mm 'i--- i CATARRH Ely's Cream fcLY wja Gold in Head Balm SI.,.". V. river meet, Womanhood nntl childhood fleet 1" U a typo of Ihoiisfinds of young glrU who nro emerging from the clirysaU Stagd of their existence, m they enter upou their " ttcn." Nervous, exdlable, Irritable, stirred by strange, unknownblo forecs within Dicrn, each a mystery unto herself, our girls need tho tendctest care, tho iiioft loving, patient oversight, and tho aid of Dr. I'lcrco'n J'avorlto Inscription, to safely carry them through tills critical period, during which, In too mnny liven, alas, nro boivii tho needs Of distressing forms of discuses peculiar to tho femulo tux. llut this boon to womankind will prevent all such dlseascK, or euro them If thoy havo already seized a victim. Woniau owes It to herself, to her family, and to her social station, to bo well and strong. Let hor then not neglect tho suro means of cure. ' Fnvorlta Prescription " is a legitimate tncdlc'lnc, carefully compounded by nn experienced aud aUllfiil physician, and adapted to woman's delicate organization. It Is purely vegetable In Us composition and perfectly liannlens In Its clTecta In any condition of the system. Sold by druggist j $1.00, or six buttles for $p.00. , Coijrliihtiil, ism, by Wont-h'- s Disrenrunv Medical Ashociation, froiirletorr. Osts-.Mlx- t) -- r mti Willi',, IS llimu 1 LA.itl)-lHII- IQmffOBS oiear, rr ray no's Core for sec pins Ui toIcs p&PIERCE'S PELLETS: Pteou. cheapest, fullest to tnko. Ono tlnr, Butfur.ioato.1 Tcllet a (low Cures Hick Headache, Dillons Heailaihc, Constipation. InUlffcatlon, Illllout ona nil derangements of tho Stonweb nqd Dowels. SI cents, Attacks, hj druggltts. KKS r .4iimLiJum.'4m ws ttrxBim SaUStSBaValBaK