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The Hickman courier The Hickman courier 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1889 hic1889030801 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 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. - mmm? ,;u zm iW ,i -- 'tit'v. P95? - , -- TsFT ' ?. t &1$ ar l w.v, y- - vr ir V fer. THE HICKMAN COURIER. Published Eviry Friday by t ' V s3 EINTE;J rtXKtiOTJ i 3 GEORGE WAllllEN fiiokmnn, Kontucky. Office Jnckion Birr t, next door to Oily Hall. ja ' TEM BIDKMIN , b COURIE rzrtr-r- - IN& y ir ' 21 -- WIIHNSATi1E8SintDtS p?i - S3 9 SALE BILLS,' C.EORCE WARREN, Editor. J ESTABLISH KI) 1850. The maiaca of our people aro tetter fed, clothed and houaed than their father were. The fecliltlf-- fur iiopularcducitlon have been Vatly enlarged ami diffused Tho virtue, of courage nnd patriotism hate jlTcn recent proof of their continued presence and Increasing power In the heart, and over the lltca of our people Tuo Influence, of rellnlon hat o been niulllillej nnd ttrcnttthened. JTUe awcet of flcca of chtrity hat e greatly luerr ..od. The vir-tu- o of teinperonce H hld In hlhi-- r ralimation. We hare hot attained an IJaal romutlon. Not' all of our iooilu nre happy and pro.pcroua, not allot Ihcni are wrluoua nnd Hut on, the whole the opportunities offered to tho Individual to aecuro the comfort, of life aro belter than are found elmwhere and lirgely lietler than they were here ono hundred yean aim. Tho Oldest Nowspnpor" Ir? Wostorn Kontucky. 8, 1881). J I'i'ico of Subscription, $150 Jf fCKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FHIDAY. MARCH upon a good knowledge of every peraon applying for clttrenthlp and a good knowledge by hlmotour Institution!. We ahould not ceaie to be hospitable to Immigration, but we ahould cento to be carelcta aa to the character of It. There aro men of all racei, eren the Wit, whote comln? I necessarily a bunion upon our public revenue or a threat to social order, Thete should be and excluded, "We have happily maintained a policy Of arc tiling all Interference with Kuropean affair. Wtlhawi.tawii only Interettcd spectator! of their contention In diplomacy and In war, ready to lite bnr friendly office! to promote peace, but nover obtruding our advice and otter attempting unfairly In rain the dlilrouei of other powen Into commercial adventogetO eurteltei. We have a just right to expect lhat our European policy will lie the American jcf firoFcsa courts. Hit so rsinlfsit!? incompatible with Ihoae precaution! for our peace nnd safety tvhlcn all the great powera habitually observe and enforce In matter! affecting them, that a shorter watercay between our eastern and we.tcra sea' any boards should by be dominated Kuropean Government; that we may conn- dentlyexprct that such a purpose wlllnclbC entertained by any friendly power. We shall In thoruturo, aa In tho past, use evy endeavor toinalotatn.andenlnrarour friendly relation" wlih all the great potcri. but titer iH net riprct us to leoiciKinoiy upon j tile observation or environment. Wo harohot sought to dominate or to absorb any of our wcaxer neighbors, but rather to aid and them to tatablUh free and liable govcramenta, resting open the consent of their own people. We have, a clear right to exixct, therefore, that Tio Huroptad Oovernment vf 111 aeek to etlabllah colonial deoendencloa tinon the. territory of those Independent American nu'ea. rnutncicli a senseof justice realralnt tt front seeking they nay U reaaonably willingly to forego. "It must not lie aasumed, batterer, that our nteresla nre ao exclusively American that our entire loatlvntlon to any stents that msy transpire elsewhere can U taken fur entitled. Ojr cltliens, domiciled for purpose of trado In all countries and In many l.landa of the sea, de mand and will have our adMuatoearo In tholr personal nnd crmmerclal r gbta. Tho ncceis. U- -j of our nav rcijulrtrconie&b'Ht coaling su tlona, and dock and hartwr prltllegea. These and other trading prltllegea we will feel free lo not In any degree VOL, S X3Mp5. WIIXIAH JH -- 'Ai h Dil.L HEADS, 4 . INVITATIONS, ETC.. 'NyLOPB-'-j- : " IFTTFn r . iMITA rw xTVC 3 - '" i. .v- , ' ETC't" OAXL AND SEX US; ,li.l.1rl; Admlrnt HARRISON The United Siatesllas nr ify if a 5ow$ Executive. Greatest Civic and Military Display of the Century. VrosItJciW . Hnir. son's Iiinugunri uiui AdtlroNs. lit Fnit. . lniiHl " -- m mm' Th Tli nan by i iiim Wltnttiel a Trtmgn douilhronfl, the GruteilSetn In the Capital lor Miny a DayThe Proceedings Conclude With-- ' 'b. Grand Ball. 'InnuQuratlon wMArulteVrellnr aner inc I'retidenttal party, In neeontaiKwiih Ueneral exprcitnl Ilarrlaon'a i't The mllilla In line numbered over sajrU win I III bnnitt nddfd ihelr mntle to therB'fnninnd terUtevl'i-etident'HMifi Hon to the Cirrutlie Mantlon .iherMri. llntrlton and her frlendt had pr k,l them. Tlien formal adlrua were exis ,i, ami a moment Inter the ex iTealdeat belnit whirled away to the Uiautiiinuf riSocrttary Whitney. Hut tho rroirnlns glory ( inauguration day wm yet to come Thlt wa (e intrade iipmi whteh ex tlorrrrrer llenrer f renntjl tenia, and hit ttall hmlartent o I ,ar wenry dnya nnd night. Telejitiph atalloi i bait boon erretrd at ahorl'dlttnrii-e- i nl.orc 10 line ol route, to that thero wrre no break or delay!, and I lie moment the 1'reMJrn! had 4M therap-llo- l Uitv tj tiul iu luuie.nasKiven. t.nvcrnor Heater, aa chief nuirtlinl nt tlioda- - wtlh Oil-onIlutttnpt and their athittnilt hid tho Unlit of line, and were Inimediatel) Qnweil by I he eat riaroa ronl tlnlnt Iho l,.cll!llUd oarty. There were four dlvltlom In all r,t'cinm the LnllLd Hlatra trnoiit. Iho murland tiatr CArpi nnd' tho mllilla nt II.- - Dlitrlct, next were tho National Ouardt d ox f.oiVBor comniarfdM by Major ficn trul HoriraollX i'fWti ivHtla rumpntilei from a rtoren Sodthern andWilinr Statrt, Ooternor Keraker, booted and purd,'1 HJIiiK at Iho head, nnl, under Iho commil ot (VniviTitniati Warner, commnndcr lnehf f.Tt"P"'J.rtuy- - cJltllon eoinpotedif ?? .r.u MMi,(k4, i cui,ll( t limM Mnd hrad4 by ino faauiua Htjv Vv navaiiin llealmeak anil inilformcd illoit aanliatlonn. tlenrral llarrlton'a old relme,J, 5E a,' have been for yean rallln? al io mo pretitng ncccnlty of throwing ballot-bo- x and about the elee.inr fur. In order bur elections -irVot only be free andthat but mlahl nure. cteam Ipprar to bo ao, will weleomo the accca alcifcj any who did not ao toon dlamvrr itm ""1 I tttorm. The national Congrcsi hat arwjttt,, Ih'ftjafe PnOSPECTlVi CABINET. ."its "(DBIIO jTK Short Kketclies or tho Sten tu rrctlilent IlarrUon'a Advisers. OudMatolinly" WAmuxaTox, Match I.' Tb6 hndratah1lng Il that President Harrison will send m tho MP" ' ",.-C-! names of tho member! of hla Cabinet to the tcaato and that they will be'eon. fortr-eight- ... .fill.. r V Will be partnerll,l.l, of the UIU LD, I T . 3 tinned at once Mr. Illalne, wna bom In Wcit Hrownjiville". Wathlngtort Couhly, la , January 31, 1VI), The curly eduettlon of Mr, lllilno rrat acdulouily cultivated, and hi! marked ta.te for historical ituatacnablcd him Secretary ot Ktato, .IaMM 0 tlon, Thkeo alUuteUicty It ha been Ihe . it ett and crnndrat InnurruraUon In tl" e yof republic. There never wat tut h a er tin I 1 1 r.i Watbluvtiui. TrAlnHjNMtl,l iM,ltirli. rA tlnuio the numhert of Irrominc pa r.. " ' lloatt on the rher were laden wMh ' man frHabt and the ron.lt leadlni I n f run the in Ni: w rroce-nWtry of WMfoht Ailed wlih anv lly partlet all romlnn In teo the l'reih t Krcrr arallaU roeir. m Hi ! 'el nm had tern enearl weehatantlvanee rd I !"j.-- i ing houtea had ehaated their hall lato A crrat timv ot toldiem hail torlet , iartukeo'co'eroThower i..Tf. In the public liuildlnc I'oor. InoVat walhr .tt.J?cWiCa.-'-i ernment irom winch wo ask such concessions. Jorltjofthe qualitled elector residing t,rlvl. .I.b win UuL hattnir falrlvohtitned them tiv moll. oil. IU Xic result of such elections are not local, pwimiw pi'.'v .,',iij ui.iA .,... MVI --rf.u..ntn u ,' ,ft.' tt eouatry cuutlna. of electors residing lu cjllier myriad rwlatpra aiidfurpunioru entirely with the amine Insistence they like muthioouit oer nicht arm nn"i a it t MiW.JM 73 IT, fro any .. as i.i hi r 1 - moil friend y dUpoolllonconsistent all other dlilft.ttltal nil ofshall be pure and If, ' In toet toward poi .ivnr at Impertinence, rrrrr place that biHMl or a roof bad wallt povrrra, our con.tnt will. be. lo any of lb) Btatet, tho public security Is thought to II waslfm thelirrfmmthf keen March weather modification or Impairment of Ihe ronceslon . ,SltJ JirHWlZxr .JlL rlgn of Iho rot It whitened ovi y tk.r ai i "We shall neither fall to respect tho flag of be tkrcaltped by Ignorance atnong electors, the --M.Ori-7.Ac22! rit-2r?In every thapo from html any friendly nslton or the Jutt rights of Ita rltl-ro- obvious rmedy Is education. The lympalhy -crotthfxed arm) eourh In tho nor to exact Iho like treatment for our and help ff our people will not be withheld from anWcommunity itruggllng with apcclal twotliiriod arlaty. which rra ran rem ', owb. C'almncaa, Jutt're and consideration I ' kl 1, 'lib I entcd to help out u rlty In ih Ti t Hi wal h emirgM.. ahould characterize ourdlplomaey. The ofllcera embarrasnienta or diftlcnltlcs councclcd with many form IV vat atlhcta. Iu allot lit IHI.ll.RMT KalllllMIS TAKIJOTIICOAIII, of an Intelligent diplomacy or of frtrndly arbl the lufffre. If the remedies proposed proceed romedand not ilr)vlMt by the att m)orilt c trntlon In proper cases ahould be adequate to upon lawful lines nnd are promoted by Just and by making Ita ponplo iho half million of fn e Aiuertean tojournert n Soclellet peaceful ndjuttmenl of nil International dlfflcul honoratte method. How shall those who recover that respect liml ri t inr the proitHitlon of home manufacture! and tlel. Hv such tnethoda we will niVo our en. praetlr election fraud Ua.hincton Ureal numtert ot Hwrn h the t en thU comfort ami had to '."Blent II n .1,- r Hk,. encouragingTJ. VI'Mof dninettlct In the. I tribution to the world'a peace, which no nation for the lanctlty of tha ballot which Is thoffrst .iL. ..Z..I. -u . oondltl n and obligation ot good ctliza&ihlpt lelvet with a mallnta Ihmivn uwu Ihe II HUtea. tbo ballot The tn n who baa come to xcg-ir- d oranunra.r .lumber on a HHIai.1 taWe wi i. I whit h. tsnl Js'I-.-js- s the nsJIsa that rmiary ot tne same patnoTte inleroat In the ly breaks It. It la a matter ot rrrord that more lka one boxaa ''juggler'ahat has renounced hi! alio prtteriatlen and development of domestic In lanw mnjnntn reiwint latt nf ht in tie in iie diistrtet, nnd the detente of our wurklug people Thednty de tolled by law upon the President glance exalt patriotism aad moderato our ovlemliraeavot theivpper tde or a bull r "Lelus to nominal.-- , and by and with the advice and aatalnatta)urioiit foreign rompctltlDn la an In content Mtiiyoiber penont, tuo, nut Hnbtrinnai' of tho Senate, to appoint all public off! party (ontentlons. Let those who would die eldent worili)- - of atli-nllvIt Is not a the Vlitdly precauitwot ditrrirardtni: Dame gno il , ceri whose appointment la not otherwise pro lortnenagon tne neiuor and a higher a ueiier rnrviiit:r nrviAtfiN hakhimix. bula return, we have wilneated. The tided for In the Con.tltutlon or glory ti ptoof It their patriotism I'uMle c- - w- - it Cvmwitlee .t eaae at n late how yetterdajr t the pretortite policy had then lis opponent!, The great hat beeoino very burdenscme and of Cuu their syuntry by promoting traterulty and Jus P-- r lis wlso tire, Csk-r- o (Volenti a argument, wits made at now that Ita benefits "Tht Clirlatlaa city aiHl parly success that Is acbleted by un (rem Ihe tlra)OK and efficient rilsrhartre fall of difficulty. The S'jtctMati W Indiana, ' fceesMeea the first fair rrtthnds or by practices that partake of lnthra of the rallene tU wria enured tq,partlrilar class or ti:t!onivf If the civil list is a n agitlraie et tar IbrptiMki It la a memorable wantcrod abuulthe ttreott at nigbiaorkin for qaettion lerame In any tease oratarTy time ol any largeso larse lhatthe personal knowledra retolstlon la hurtf'i! and cvnnesrcnt, even applicant li Irupoa number of r y ter the grandson of old Ttpf.ii We should hold our from It party atandiioint. theller and placet to rftt their Iran-- . w..rn aectloiial It wat oaly became slavery existed siuie xne I'resieicnt tautl rely repI In K'KW ot Iho Stales. respect and hav mi an early howr tha people txmH to turn bolle Hut for tlil H.iiM resentations of others, and these Uion the ' aieoflen made dlffefng opinions In mutual inwlToafcMuponllw aad on tte iiU In alt waa was ne rviscin why tho cotton producing Stale. Inconsiderately and without any Just scn.o ot lug tlbmlttnil them to the arbitrament nt the eliteenr arntnl ol lh tgH ar early ntoralnj and .jrfTfal tlHiwn In the iuett, wier to the m li tang thoHhl not bate led or walked abreast with rctponslhlllly. I balhi, should accept an adverse Jndgnientwlth hate a right, I think, to Insist theslme respect Ir. riv mio rontliUHit ttrvam ol pmtratrUnt aide efforta of Ihe thanka adrued Ihe Sew Kngland Mates la the prodj-UoiMlc it it it that those whs vo'unt-e- r or are tnt lied to glvo ot our opponents that we wou'd lave demanded jit.1 out t lb" narrow deigU nwt to ieenatin7iietr cmiforl la rvarar . It the decision bad been In .rt of col ton fabrics There was this reason only itltlrc at tonpiolnlmeult shall exercise Ibo llirun why Hiu nlali-- a that divide with l'euii)lvanla uin the aimuta. At the of shelter waa found and It rnnd fidelity A high sense ourfror lira' wotr on ib rrnitd lnereed hj ten of aald that Washington kuce-..:jl-may Imi u i Ihe mineral treasures ot the great fioiithratt of duty and an ambition other people havo a government more !t "Nj iiim to Improve tb in.l. an.) what Ith the uoan of lrfadt pli.hed the herculean and Central mountain range shonjd bate Its acrtfee should chi.liiA nil pub-H- e worm of their respect and lote, or it land so un facet. th mti.ie of nimlrlei Uanila and Caring for an artnv of tack otreee 'if Mid been to tartly In briwrtni to the ameltlnic orllfwra. r There am many ways In tnsgiallccnl tn extent, so pleasant to look upon ihaa IMalnult Irump, iramp ol tn mlHUrjr and and to the mill thn coal nnd Iron from wh'ch the convenience and comfort ot these nho andao full of generous suggestion to enterprise UieiKipiitaitmc'Htc rlty r tit onJiaUoai a tb.y ikotmS kliher and twicaanumeruua. , their fiutr ulilwulua hltl.Ula. Ulll Oa,a wr ww. aadlabor. Ood has placed t.pon our bead a ill AXkr in. wfiwmir turchargvl with lt ttulJI. ngnint at tnir- - tunerni ruin or sintery rne" tw lieln..l.M. avlil. thoughlfurMnd ..uIIIm. v ' mmm power itiul wewlth IhilUar lo laVrMip their oltkmi for tho Inau-Kur- aky, the air wat naM. may tlci oUinn proinnliil h a nxsloierbut parade, tho ecac lir ln o'rkick, at ono II 014 nm actually Tha I'r .Ment eleel enanrlpsunn proclamation was hoird In the omctr, and 1 shall expect those whom I may beyrtnd dcnnltlon orcaTeeiaisw rtut wpmu.t I to were reached tlis plallonn at It It anJ reomptl) be- depths or thn earth, as well at In the sky. men appoint lo Justify Ihelr selection by n conspicu- not forget lhat we tako theto gifts upon the con ucticxtraortlBsrf auliiatkma. were made Jree ami material things became ous efficiency In gan ICJ Itltg hit In augural totdrrt. limn lnHMt duties, dition lhat Justice and mercy shall hold the our Utter arrvau a. The sectional element Honorable party the dlacharfonf their not be reins of power, and that the upward avenues of n.nhlhoretennc I'rrtnirnt and the I'rwl scrvtrowlll certainly bat happily been eliminated from the tariff ' idreinero imwi tha earl tbi II tiililfi!' a disqualification for public hope stall be free to all people. INM'dl'Mlt. At' 'HXi esteemed by me Wo have no longer btatet that are office, but It will at no eats be allowed to serte "I do not mlitmtt the future Dinger have In ir nui( l'rraldrnt tlerelasd mi aillrln the There I. no roiistliulloaal er I' gul mini re only plunllng States. None aro excluded from as a shield of official ncgllgcncn Incompetence been in frequent ambush a'.cr.gour path, but arc I 'r llaua ( Ml o'elof It and thioe )tiartpfi meet that the I'fralcnt (halt tat the nnlh ot HChletlngthit dltcrttflral'onof pursuit among nnd r I an liotir later hit iwr hd vacated hla ohli e In the preteuc of the poopl' Hutthvre Ihe people which brings wealth and content- or delinquency It Is entirely credit ible to btteuncotcrcd some vanquished them all. Pat of our communities, bat aeek public office by proper methods It to iniutlfest aa arproprtitentxa n lb" paMIr with tlon hat swept ci'lnrrwMin the Arlington and Hit enjo ment The cotton plantation wilt not be less proitT motives, und nil applicants will and treat- only t give u n new demonstration that the Hi a dalatjr tirraktaL Thl.tontlnded he re Indaethm te efllee of the chief en. ntive ofnerr bo nlngof Cl e valuable when the product It ipun In the renin ed with consideration. Hull shall need, and grett t?dy of people are stable, patriot and law of the iiatkHt that (rem the b-- gi I a p it to the ilrjHlnj morn tlr.t ntiriuf Hee try town by operatives whoso No political party can long pursue call the heads of departments will need, time for abhllng r arv llallord that, with the rtro.ilHm ot gtjrrrnmnt the people, to who- adt image at the expense of publlo honor, or by ttx- - ii.tb- have If en for diversified 1crops, nnd create a home demand Icqulry and deliberation. Persistent Importun tl re etam wlxi.e naiwi acir fcli'n, he official oath consecrates agricultural products. Kiery ity will not, therefore, be the best support of ride and Indecent methods, without protest J not U-- at'le to reci njr tl.ltora prior called lo Til cess the w.ciuu cec monluL Tho for garden an In Its own body. mine, furnace nnd factory Is an extension application for office. Heads of departments, and fatal disaffection In hit departure fir the rapltol. rliitrllr afler of Iheprodacllvr rapacity of the Htate more bureaus and all other public officers hating The peaceful agencies of commerce are more Ji oilotk I'retlilrnl llereland entered tha real and valuable than adJedtonllbry. any i ' duty connected ulire rarrtaRO an I drove over 10 lh Ar therewith will be lol s revealing the necessary unity of "Shall thn preludlcca and paralysis of slavery expected to enforce the ett II service law all our communities, nnd tho increasing Inter I kiiii. wIIIiim slit of tho White llonae, A malliiue to bang Uhi the tklrUof progress' fully and without evasion. Heyonit this ohvi-o- course of our pcoplo la promoting mutual re-siaI veleinio awaited hurt Irrira i How lone will those who rejoice that aliverr no , 'c shall find unalloyed pleasure In the I r duty 1 horc to do something moro to ail-- t Incoming- ttltf Maslttrate. and longer exist rherlth and tolerate tho Incapacinneo thn reform of tno civil service The Ideal re) cation which our next census will matey of sc ttaa In t' ttn atat-tx- rs xroA ties put upon their communities t I look hepo-f'jl'he sa ift development of the great resources of my own Ideal I shall probably not i ronvf r4ti.m Xlraijirlilta the emirt ol attt- -' f, .1111 of r--ir protective js orctoilit'ln le th scsr or the Stale Kaeh State, will bring Its Y Mil will I a safurbasis of Judgold nt ronpri7 tirneral t Hmigi' tern, and in the consequent development of ment than promise. We shall not, howoicr, I generous contribution to the great aggregato ot the nc'n'nl, ravntryBiremieth IndlAoa, two foni. manufacturing and mining enterprises' In the am sura bn ablo to put our cltll aorvlcn upon a the nation s Increase. And, when the harvest two baUeric c artillery a0 uii a of Stairs, hitherto wholly given to agriculture, ai uon partisan bail's until we hat o secured an In- from the fields, the csttle from the bill., and It ii rouijunle. of the Millit .1 Hi the Jlltlrlct ot a potent Inlliiehce iu the the errs of the earth shall hato been woghed, fled unlCeutlun of cumbency that men of tbo oppoil-tloI juli'a, ot th marine uh ronlim-enour people will approve for Impartiality and Integrity. counted apt tnlued. we will turn from them all r rt. bad forintdnolbe uvenui lu front ut the d'lTi men who hate laveited their capital In A tho number of such In tho civil list hc'rl The tr'tMlranril ot(itl,n IValdcht and It In-- to rrown with the highest honor the Stato that these cutarprlics, the farmers who have frit rated removals from offlco will diminish, has most promoted edocatlon, virtue,' Justice I'ltiiiliflt tlccL.araiIxaria.irat the alfiiul for th lieiieflt of thelKnelirhlmrliCMKl. and the men ;Whl!e a Treasury surplus not tbr greatest ant palriotlini amongs Its apeople." u i rs'uSr&i vifi ;! :T.tcTX mm ht ttr J.a, a who work In shop or field will not fall lo llnd evil It is a si rlous orll. Our revenuo ahould lie Mlilthealendmt atfarai Iheern mu'dtiarh and to ilefi ml a community of Interest, Is It ample to meet tho ordinary annual demanda "I AM TOO OLD." t pi'n rnlrrlna tho rarrnire I'.T.Menl elect v not quite lu'Sllblo that the farmers and uponourtreatury with a tufltclint margin for ' (9Lai rr?T) ? vr tar I'orrltnn look the front teat with hit bark to .. Protest th" Tendency of People lh pmmntsaal nf the freat mtirTt! and Ihsnc extraordinary but tcsnhJy tcsslsspsra Thr horfs while I'rrtWrnKieveland oreupled manufacturing enterprise! which hate re Hie demands which arlso now and then. tn Surrender Activity. ti" back teat of honor Then the wat cjlabllshed in the Smith 1 should lwa made with econot win j, tho ijTilt(en and the carrta;6 In every hutuutt buhiff to lmto tho may jet II id that the free ballot ot the work my and ouly upon public necessity. r WastefuldoT with Iti ctgpil light and left, tiefSro of growth, maturity lugmau wuli iuidiitliiotIua of race, la ness, profligacy and tavorlltim In public ex. surccsslvc ihu09 a' d I hind, Itfthfl illirtlnn of the rapllot for thtlr detenu-a- s well as for hli own) I do pendltures Is criminal. Hut there Is nothing In anil decadence of tho pott ops of the 1 h door of the Senate Cbamtier were ojH'n doubt that If these rsea la the South who thuixiudltivtn of our country or of our icopleto w- avv - w I 11 i I ai Older writers divided tho tlilTer-cn- t ""arteref "tjfcc"' jiow accept tho tariff vlowt of Clay and Pio con- - suggest that any thing presently necessary to bodj lalrr Fhe tiurloua ehnmtier waa HUcul to reple sllliminl ex position of We lister would courage- - lbs public prosperity, security or honor should urcs of man after tho following t n, Ir. t)kii(U''J"lltU1 alUrjwjiro lUujiiim-l- r 11 IL. k .ITriftU,.'!! o and defend the r real oonv ct oni lw unduly postponed. mniincr: Infancy, Including tho llrat ol ihti VrTiuh, Italian, Cbinrr, CTirrnn they would not find It difficult, by friendly In "It will bo tho duty ot Congress wisely to youth, from ilvo lo o' tdlirr embattlra, thelallrr In their lulfbt 5 -- -'. , alruetlonandro-operatlouto make the black forecast and estimate thete extraordinary da fhetcnrsof nffo; l I ruWt d( tali'. IcnJuir n plitiirt'tquo ndult ago. oxlcniltnjj from man their e fit, lent and safe ally, not only In i a minds, and, having added them to our ordinary c iranio to thl cry portion of the rhimtirr. The Ubllshlng correct prtnclpleiln our nutlonal ml expenditure, to so adjust our retanuo laws twenty fjvc lo thirty-five- ; middle life to by Mil Ilnr l'a'1 lyratt of thl waaoecuptrd mlslttrxt'o", b-- tnpre.rvlnir te Ihelr ItiI that no koui.dcr.hlc ar.aui'. turpi- - ui'.liu-maln- . nit ulitniiuto tlio oUtlulh jca , attci Itlh IlKVIkHlAU AK, run Mr, MCltec lr .lnrlon. Mra, Hanoi-- I rommunltlca tho lienerlli of social ordtrnnd Wo will fortunately be able to apply to il lUmllnun I aeveral of their frlendt, while imlMdual entered upon os-titihonett government At Icatt It.etro divlttont ailjolnlnif wore eompletoly calh Ukrn In the prrstuco of tti poople lw eeonomlonl andomees ot kindness and education the redemption ot the public debt any amall or which tho ago. Trom this phyblologl-cncovenant old l I ari with frlendt an 1 Umlllet of the Henn cornea a mutual eiokcii, yours un iken; but until tho good Uld, the rnt(ary conclusion unforeseen sit..of letenue. Thla ia b tier have been falrl, than to redueo our Income b"low our necessary, t rii.nl mrvibera of i"oni!rci. To the rtht of My promise It division of life into its various eras (.Tn.nflllnr., wllh the Te.u'ttn rhten tho TrriMent of tho ftu.ato tat the J J. tin--, i.t pot I ho leta nal and aolimti, H petiJu of can not bo plausibly ursod. ' rejected the luggestlonof ancrther change of our ret pue law nnd an In-- ' lias arlfctn n tendency to nn arhitrnry ntatltet. 'I liuiifultotfr-ihetl," Supremo I'oiut, tottn' lfl the lnrnilwri ot etery Htate hute here their '11 of ho a special rxecutlvo policy for any 1 of our creaseiof tho public tlcbt, I Us quite possible, rccul.iUon Of tho itiTnlra of life which the atilnc, Ixjlitrj the fatter the hliin ofTVrt buivly do net 1 ml.luterprct Iho i bajy o( country, It litheday of thocxecuttto to ad I am snri', to elTerl Iho pcemlou wrhali a.-urriluc-tiothUha in tonJ' to lefiscn tho aum loial 6f work tt the army nml nary, rfcrHrTltsmlSij-Jth- c people rotenent with me und Mill each minister and cnforr.,ln the method and by our revenues without breaking down our uincrrora nnd c (tntermira of htalet tho today to tuppurt aud tied . I the con tho Instrumentalities pointed out and protldrd in dotrlmont other seriously Injuring any domestic accomplished anil results ineml-ert-clrtariff or incmlicjt nnd T' i Btotes, union all tho lawa to iho individual. of Keprrientalliet itltutlen and the olwulloiie rf-t- I .all tha by Iheronstllutlon,lawa arn grneralenacted by Industry. lloutn it the an.t tholr (n j willlnj Cunireii. Thoso i iipld aoaU to Ih.i tlahl vt lly lauiiibnlaol Ills within tho memory of not n fw other linn hit administration should be uniform and equal Ilia Hrnntn Pretldent Cleieland and Tnul-(- ' Una and each to every right of us tthen puhtlo opinion put a cap nnd As nelilienmay not l"--t what l.w equal, cltll and political he will Buinlc rDof on a lyomanuiTIp.itMnf-- r In the rapllnl ly tho brnnro doon on Iho eatt thtu aolcmnly into corennrrt with pa itdher.nc tibcy. iiellhcr may the executltd elect which be may revcrenlly Invoke nivt rvniiileari) Kiimei will enforce Tho duly lo obey nnd to executo triml ih lfttlrjil lo lli hrsJinnda unit rotlrciV her to n corner room bnrlc of tho (Jennie ihaliber, and Ocnrral the fat or and help of Almighty (lod, t'lat Ho embrace the constitution In Its entirety and by tho flresldo as soon ns sho had won Illy, lawi enacted under The lTttiM?it I,.- thn- iliamWr wlJJ s!VT If mri wl.dom, .treuath ami i.t.and'a the who'll rodoofo(permitting Individuals,it.corpo-rutlo- ot people a tplrll of fr.alerniW evil example tlio honorable titlo of "grandmother." hero Mr, Murlnriwnl aiHltni(hlta. All three and to our TlA occaor communities to nullity tho lawa belote of rlghtiHJd.nrai and (leace. Mothotir who hnvo bcon kotit from VsVCv'ii ramKVvW sion dorltes peetillar loter'tl from the fn t that came they crosa some srlflth or local Interests Htim'',rXf i5 " ' '. " YnDJl. is intolloctunl enjoyments becuuso of tho the Piesldentlal term, tvliltf lieginiilil. ay, I. cr prejudices, U full ot danger, not only to Ihe K, enro of htrjio liimlltos sltotiia, m lion tlio - .V The n .Hon at large, but much mora to tlioiowho the twenty aixth under our out' llu lo " expedient this pernicious to escape first Inauguration of Ptisldrnt frt'ai ugton u "'''' V -'- '"-! '; younp; Wnls luwo flovin from tho T1C4.1 lonk place lnNotfVork tthiro limgt tin at tlnlr Just obllgatti'us or tu obtain an unn,ul lo't t,lc,n wlt'x n lolleuro," havMf" M.t'' just ndiiititago titer other They will pre then silting on the "Will ilnyut Apnl I fv ing l deferred li reason of debits a ndlng entlv themselves In) compelled to appeal to r?'VVfftV)'4lLiy't,'';itltt!a t,,rn thtiir- - Ihou-yh- t lo tho ncquiilnt anco .' Ihe organiiallon of tho Cungrcta and htjii the law for protection, and thoio win) would r I wnswnso! tli -- y of nri M lory, vote Our pnople I at p al ue tie law as defense must not deny that t ntt nf tl." electoral 11 Mill feom yi cicnco or lllcrnttiro. ready nor Hilly observed Ihe efntcnnl.i , of the use of It lo others. If our grcsl rorporiitions PJ"' ilcrlaralhin of Independence, of the itle of would more scrupulously obterte their legal ?.: P ; o strniigo to those who hnvo not kopt up V i stltu-llnn- , Vcrktowu and of theidopllon of the r i limit it loin and duties, thoy would hava lesi tbo habit of study after leaving school rAIIAUR OV tTINSVLVANIA AVENUE. and will shortly celebrate lo N it York ciiuvi to romplnln of the unlawful limitation! to begin ngairi, hut niter a llttlo perse tho Inttltutlon nf the second great dep ii ment of Ihelr right or of violent Interference with of our coiittilutlgnul tihcnio ot govirnnient "The construction of a sufficient unmber ct vcranco there will come a greater their operation!. Tho community that by con-- i the centennial nf. tho Inttitutl nef tho ct(, open or lecrot. among Its cltlxona, denies When tereUAnddolightthanthatexperlonced Jii'tlr a' department, by the organuatl "i ot Iho to a portion of Its members their plain rlghta ' p i Court, thnll hate been tuj' 'tily nb. under Iho law, bus severed the only safe bond with care and perfectloe in plan and work in the carelofis ochool days, it lien study terird n. t trust It will lie, oir nation tuil hate ot social order and prosperity Tlio evil w orki, wonihlp. Tho ptrlt, courage und iklllof our was only accomplished becauso every r flttaaeeolid rVnturr. from a bad center, both wari. It demoralizes naval Ofllcer and tesmen hsve mucy times in wna a and Ittillnot attempt to nolo thr m nvelous, thoto who practice It, and dettroys the faith ot our history git en to weak ships mil liiertHlcm boJy oleo Btudicd, life ot it mind matter Tlio is not tho r. t r. Moiao.v. and, In great part, happy cootraillieliteeii our those who suffer by It In the efficiency of tho guns, aratlug greatly bejond Ihnt of thoiiatni of routine. vn.ifiraiti.NT I country ai It alcpiotrr Iho threshold Into Hi law as a safe protector, Tho man in whote list. That they will ogsln da so upon occasion to bo mciiMinul by years. Timo is u I do not doubt, but they ought not, by pr. medi nf Iho leudlnz pertom to tho great eienl were second century of orgunltud existence under breast tliut faith has been darkened, I fnho btatuliird ot mctsuro for It. tho subject of dangerous and uncanny tatlon or neglect, to bo left lo tho risks und en t- tint and at l puttcitrit. Afler tho lapte Iho constitution, and Hint weak but wisely orA grief which comes upon ono in a escorted Into tho dered young nation that InokodV umiauntodly lUggetllonwThoia who use unlawful methods. gencles ot nn unequal combat. We ahould en a fotr momenta tbey-werol rcnato chamber where toranl loats had been down the first century, when all its ycur If moved by o higher motlvo than the solhsh-nes- s courage the establishment of American steim motnont will cwntnln tho crushing ago" prompted them, may well stop and ship lines. The exchsnges of commerce de ny of out before It. that reserved Immediately In front ot I'reiMrnl In ttretched conturiori. One week for ono perOur people will not fall at title llir.e to recall Inquire what Is to bo tho end of this uiu n J stated, rellablo and rapid menus ot com gallt'dosk lu quick order Ihe oiitlmf office -t An unlawful expedient can not become a munlratlon, and until these are provided ihe son Is crowded with experiences vthich by .Mr. the Incidents which acompunled the I tlltutlon woiadmlnlitired lo the Ingiilli, and Hie organization of Ihe Hnntu of government undor Ihe constitution, or to llnd permanent condition M government. If the development ot our trado with the Slates would not como to another woro ho to Ijlag south ot us I Impossible, Our pension lltocyclosof centuries. Ask tlio soul having been thuseffecled, tho Inaugural pro. Intplratlou and guidance In tho teachings and tduealed and Influential cluisci In n communcession waa fonned and hi mini for Ihe ro- exarnplo df Washington and hit grut ntiocl ity cither practice or connlt o at tho lyitemntlo lawi should gl e moro adequnlc and dlscrlmlmit ot lawa that seem to them to cross Ing relief to tho Union soldiers and sailors and to Us roeord of ovont, find out its gamut of Lopo and courage In ton contrast tWation tunda to the pliitforniontli! Hcuatorlnl portlqn airs, and populous ana prospcrout their coiitinlenco, what can they expect when their widow and nrphint. Such occasions ns fooling, anil you will know whothor its which thhty'-elgh- t of tho eait fuink It waa headed by thnrnar tli.ils ot the Supremo Court' and the district, Status offer te Iho thirteen Htates. aeak In etc. the Icston, lhat convenience of a supposed class this ihonhl remind ut that wo owe etery thing K)3cssor is In youth, adult life, middle to their i alor and lacrlflce. 1'ieildonl L'lovuland and Mr, lugalla, the mom. f ry thing except courogo and the lom of liberty, Interest Is a aumclent canto for lawlessness, It is within "It It a subject ot congratulation that there agutl orohl nud decrepit has been well learned by the Ignorant classes! ben ot the Supreme Court, and then Ihe Prrsl iiiut itu-i-i iriuKuu uur Atiauiioacaijoam "The Territory ot Dakota has miw a popula A community where Uw Is tho rule of .con- I a near prospect of the admission Into the tho power of ovory ono to keep tlio tho nicmberaol dent und courts, not mobs, execute tho Union of tho Dakota and Montana und Wash eto., bringing up Iho Hon greater than any ol the' original States, duct, and whrru CoiiKrcm, illplomatet, i mind young nml nctlvo: tho law of evo- . icar 'Hi" plulform reached, the lrrnhlent except Virginia, and greater than tho aggregate Pialtlci, Ii tho only attrictlte held for tiuiU Ington ,vi,t,l"ir.i This IHl of Justice H. been .Hltlon is lippllcablo tO.lt, but tho law of unreasonably delayed In the ca of some of looked firmly hut w llhout a trace either ot per ot live of Iho mullerHUte In ITM Tlin center nettlnvcttmenta nnd honest labor. laws should bo to them. The people who have lotllcd thete ter dissolution 1II not so surely hold sway turbatlon or it niiiile Uon tho latt concourse of popuUtlnn, when our National capital u Our naturalisation Then Iho oath tit office was rulmlnlt-tcrc- l locale.!, vtnt cast of Ilulllmore, and it was ar- amended as to make tho Inquiry Into tho char- rltorlni are Intelligent, enterprising and patrl unless you continually say "too old, too In front by Chlet Juillco Fuller, the Prealdent-llrc- t gued by many well Informed persons that K acter nnd good disposition of peraoni applying title, and the accession of thtso now States repenting It In n firm tone. The oath would mote eastward rather than wist ward. forcltucnslilp more careful and searching. Our will add strength to the nation. It It due to old," and consent that 'The oul shall have her earthly freight, tjkfii, the in ir Prtolileiih facing tho throng, do Yet In 1 filltwns found to be near I'lnt iiirutt, existing laws bate been In their administra- tho settler. In tho territories who havo si tilled imlnlolllgl thtmiiltci of Iho Invitation! of our laud law And custom II upon It with a weight. llteri'd his Intiuguruladdrett In a clear, loud nnd In Ibo new census about to bit taken will tion an uiinnpresslvo and often an as accept tnu man npun the publlo domain, that it cltlxsn lomake homes how another ilrldo to the we.tward Heavy as frost, nnd deep aliaoit ai life I" tolcit Hi conclmlon wa greeted with proThat hie form. Wo booming of cannon. Then which was the body has come tote only tho without any know ledge if his fllneit, and he Ihelr title should bo speedily mljuited anil longed cheering and llotno Maker. without their hones! entrle confirmed by patent. rctuniinir through Ihe Htoute wing, the now rich fringe of tbo Nation Hut our aituiues the duties ot cltltcnshlp rtlie ".Itlsiery gratifying lo obtervo Hi gencrsl Cleveluud, ao growth hui not been lijiilted tottrritory popu-UIIq- any knowledge ai to what thoy are. The Prttldont and X man nmy fool ubill without kicks and aggregate wealth, uurtcloui a It privilege ol American cltliemhlp are io great Interest now being ' nuulteittl In the i tforu ct companleJ by the committee ol arrange-tainl- l, leg, Uoiton Courbr. were driven u. tha head of the practi- - hit been lu each of ibrl0 direction!. audits dutlti io grave tha'jre may veil IniUt our lection lwi. rfWt tt'A'ninoTKW, Marth I mid the tittszat of a hundred thousand Amcrl inn cllltent drawn together almost from the futr comer ot the Itepuhllc, Iho finl Demo, rralie ailuilnlttratloo wklih ka rule t the. destinies et the country sine, nn March 4, imi, Jamrt lluclianan surrendered the rein, of to vbrahnoi l.lnroln, passed oulof ex Itteurc Once aglln, and fur thn first time In r nr jeett Orom (let eland, alurilt, mayor, tiimrtmr President, n irltatc clllicn, t.i'1 llrrijaiii lluirlrcn, wto wa. prtnutcd to ..t dmulHfii Pre" let)' rtrrivwrti lu. imM!,iifin Imm !hw "i.nt erueiel In front Hi IhB White llou-n- - i all) w oner o ociorK the la' n' lon hat sone by nnd an hour Inter tte flay of Dreworht wil 1M tVf rovrren over in me rear or Hie exrcnin ntaQ 1 ll. "The aurn-ixnf al.r hf .t elgnty to the general ttutemment. effected by the adoption of the Don.tltution, wa not euggettlon of ronton waa ttrotigly rvluforrcd by Iho moro Imperative Vfilre of experience Tho divergent Intcretta of liearii .pcedlly demanded a 'more perfect union The merchant, Hie ahlpmaater and Ihe manufacturer dlicotcrrdnnd ititclo.cd to our afate.men aid ourjM-oplthat commercial to iho political iimuiimiiiiimiitt freciiom which hut ln-obravely won. Tlio ad OTrtmerclal poneVof the mother country had Wit rataicdany of Ha hard and opprcsttvo fea- faurea.- - To bold la cherttMhe' drlorimenf 'of our mrrcnant marine, io prevent or retard the growth of manufnoliirtaln the Blntea. and o to aenira the American ma-'kfcthlr hopaiidtcaiptnif iraile tor their; Wpj, atHfr.iiic-n- , vvami wa. i m,Hii yurtued with the mo.t telllih l'clltlom pmired In mon I'onrrett urrtne the Imim.ninA ! oj dltcrlmlnatlnc; duties that ahould encour-herlfgc the production of needed ihlnita at home. i or rainotiam;nitnapopte, which fo longer fiiund field ol exerelie In war, wartrmnreUcal. ly directed to tbo duty of equipping the young Hepuiillcfor Iho detente of Hi Independence t,ji., In ISA lie roicofd haialnee made tils homo loeicol lit Htemtaro. l,,ui(a, Jto a There, Iho where he a Journ- - l enabled hint to becmno ono ot tlio.rnf.ttcr engaged In tti! movement for'the formation of tha Itcpubllcan party with all of bit energy, In iwahe waacleetcd to the Leslslatarc, .remain Mng'o member through aucctilte annual election! ror'four year, icrtrliig Iho lait twona polilhiaot Stale. InlrMIhe leakor. oHeUvllt eJai TfE riHTEKN PORTICO wsyi vt4. JLj. j. vs Art i Wllg Presldentllaniaon'a'appearanee wa the !g'. , hat for a&o'utbarsv of applause and clapping hands, wnrch was kept bpalUlortg' the line or nlgand n admirer of msreb, 'Slowly nud laboriously aintriowlano !h'hcrootTI.i-iW- c wis mada ihroug tha dent throsjf, and Prel I lie entered l)aml ton dent Harrison, t9pslag nt'ireinunf lntetvaU, at sixteen ind to allow those ahyaa of him to force their way, grxdrj.ited at twenty, , lending a part of the marched entirely aroand thel'Jmmehie court (atttnllcza rear In thn and partij'JclcKmain Jo thoiuppcr room. 'sttwlvof law.'whlch pro-- ,t Hero the, taught op twlth the i esslflit he had deter-t-ailat-- il flrtt part ot the proceaslojuand a few minutes. Vi-latc- r tq follow. Upon tho who 'irtyrme out again: and were Reaving eollegn h4 escorted tyonoof the,tlrways lo tho first ssiignt sciinoi and nnd- - blrni-od.l(ienc- 9 16 their rooas. Th Pres.,:-v'- ) . led, lair, nt tha iliut' I UraC foe two yean, and acnitooK me preisuns orrte crowd kmlHnU'.kT r rkt WBaart.w..e.f,,f m and 11!!llje!ral"!!frei-e'-iririii- ni tnfa-- . 1r. R fefirhrr IrtAt'tnnnw nt tne aaiuianonsoi ma lalte,-- j -' this friends tried to In J Defore retlrinsi'ta their roost 'IhsUPresWnt- .. m.w.uiiiim io maae it n .1.. u...m.. Lm Ill Ijrofestlon. He pre. McCammon, eisla to the rarrHng 61 the balcony : rnta, me law, nowcv, 1 r. atrd for levttal voIb-t- e knd siwin enfereit overlooking ther ball-rooripoa It study nudrx watched the gay throng, below, Another i nie instrneiton oi J nude brief, reeepthnwa their1' held, and at UiS) J Waitr, of Toledo, OTUit, o'clock Ike Presidential aid artcrward Chief Justice parly, rscortsd bii tho. Htcwllon Committee, I'tetiMV OoutbAflemplel- - left the building Cheera jasfMtcd'themlsvecv ft (tales' wad iVnlW io Onehjf- Count y tantly st thoy O It or tk MOHmL-Jt- M. Wssaai ilk JU dVIect, Is MWtlt, hit "ai pern In Augusta, nd, hi his name Iddt- "lei. I li faihei' was a tpaitv. woucii escerioa,tne vice president. aratcd.tj; prlowert la thd wakvfof S the rrcildent, but'1a-- v u t r at oj "1 I W'tl - ..rV ofT f ' -3 A 1- ., .. ,' V!f..Pl,l.. i i2'ii j shJLavee-- waV . - Ej"?l2S soon Sfa Mr. MlUcr sJWTrT Or THE CArlTAI. . t ti Attorney Qsnerai i f .i mx S. J; ..,! ., $mmfi$ i. cr.tru". of c Ivitlii !i tr.st cut Orervhlch the constitution giro It Jurltdic tleribut has accepted and adopted the dec tlonjhwsof thesetcral States, provldod tli'lr violation and a method of Only Die Inefficiency of the State lawt,9r an unfair or partisan administration of then could tuggrtt a departure from this polle. It waa clearly, however. In the cca trealloi) of H ramT f the constltut'oe thatsuch an exigency might arise, und, pro tlili wat wisely made for It, The freedom of tie ballot Is a condition of our national llfotnd no power vested In Congress or tie cxecutltq to secure or perrcluale It, The shoall remain unused upon occasion peoDE of all congressional districts have an equtllnterest that tho election la cacti mail set I 7t: tiicr. JF.ttl.MIArl l. 110FK. Mr. Itusk. ScereUtryof Agriculture, In Morgan fjiunty, O., Jnne 17, leTO Ilia boy, hood wa dlttiedlbc-t- , ,i-ewomen me .rrn and aoiulring a. emn-mo- n school edacatlo L ts sviS? He wt twenty. three )ears of age when he remotedfnini Ohio Into s?z ?" Lh?.!lJ.d "'eA.. ' tzn j rprrd le Mln"l IS i.y t! && LPsL5,'!f&!f 5 - for eighteen years Hit groYth In position and Influence wat rapid and iinbro'cen. Mr. lllalno wus appointed Senator to 111! the unexpired term of Senator .Morrill, who to accept tho Secretaryship ot th'e Trraiury. nnd In tho following wlntrfr wa rhosin by the Lcgislalnro for the full ensuing term On the election of liencral darlleldto the Prrildency ot the United States Mr. Illalne was tendered and accepted the office ot Bccre tary of State. Dccemtr 13 be retired from Ihe Cabinet, and was for the first time In twenty-thre- e year out of publlo station. Ho was nomlnttcd far the Presidency ot IhaUultod States by tho Republican party at Calci jo In ltMl und was dofcatc 1 by M r. Clcrclan I. WIUJAM WIMMllL Durlagthewnr Mr. Illalne gained great distinction for his parliamentary skill nnd lilt forensic power In the deba'c that grerr out of that crisis. In Hv3 Illalne was elected to Congress where In one branch ye other be served farm near Viroqu, Vernon County In jb'3 he entered the Union army Ho was a Major, and afterward Ueut"n-nn- t Wisconsin, tiking a Shortly alter the cloeo of tha wsr he teas elected Stale Uatk Comp- tio'lcr, an oftlce vrtileh he filled from lWKfto 170 He was t mem)cr of theKortyiecond Hrlgadleroeneral. Colonel sod Ilreret might arise, rand thoroughness ot method, everything seems to have been done nocessary for the comfartof born those attending. Tho credit for tho lucre of tho event to- night and for the completcncii with which nil detail! of tho arrangement of the ceremonies ef the day wero made Is duo primarily to Colonel of Jl). I A. T. llrUton, who, ns Chairman .,. the Exrcu. -e..IT U l.UUIUJIIli;7.lM, n W.MVUUWf He haa ( lection lo achieve the reiult attained. or me Dad tflldent assistance fromtbemember v jttous committee. Large number ot people leftihe building immediately after the depart-urob- f President Harrlion, aad by midnight the flooi was ufflclently cleared for dancing. At thatlhour the picture presented from an upper gendes-'tha- t wlrSTTwistrjiifef ar Jatd VrnwnmwfiMmT.l' t - . ' "' , , T - -- 1 41 Coagres,and ie;ved three contccutltc terms tn Walhlugloa. Among the lmnoitant com r,yvHilf mlltees on which he senred were those of War, Public Lands, Agriculture, Mines and Mining, and Pensions Ho was chairman of tho last- nara-- d, and did material service In readjusting the peatlna rale., Mr, Husk In wn nominated for Governor on the Ilepublican ticket lie wat elect' d hy u majority of nearly twelve Uiou.and la 1M! nn amendment to Ihe State constitution wns made, which had the effect of cxlendlii-- f hlstrnnof Incumbency, In common with that of all the Stato offlctr., fiom cxplra Hon en January I. 1HHI, to the same day. 1H.n1. Mr, Itusk scrtedtwo other tJrms as Ooternor ntijAMirt r TriACT. Hcnjam'n V Tracy, selected by President Harrison as Secretary of the Navy, lives In llrookljn, where he 'a widely known a a law-tand a stinch Whcli Iho warbroki out ho went to th front and rose to lV-ie-ci-P the rank ot IUIgailter-OeneraAfler peace was proclaimed he settled in llrooklyn.where he succeeded Hint 1), bill in in a U ! Ills Irict Attorney. In ISdO Ooternor Cornell so ci ted him tu a-- i a va ancy In tha-- bench of ho Court of Appeals. (loneral Tracy ts a "t 'brilliant lawyer, and Is known to tho whole country thrcnrU hi connecrion with the great needier Tllton trial som tow year tv i Chs t " Ij V.'llllam Windum, of Minnesota, Secretary of Iho Treasury, was born In Ol la nearly sixty two years ago. He is n.nslivo Of Ilefmont County, In he moted to Minnesota, and at onro became prominent la politics. Ha was lu the Iionsa of Itnnre sentilltet from ihat Btato during the Thlr ly sixth, Thirty-sevent- h !3 ti&ffl Thirty-eighth- , ttrcu (ii( hld .irzf li rn tt rer if srlreth ol !' i'r VvWrifriwAailtjAifi-tel . dir Aln"t SMifK" foly T. 'vmms?-My IU 'r.c .. cl pls tr'.ll'i' ,'ii. Jtn'm'' KWfl?; V.tV- "' 11 '""''W" v iiy 'vmvr RwMxlW4& m wwSCWA tyiifi" OT vpA If' gallery was IndeeM one of Imposing grandeur and surpassing loveliness. The brilliant toilets of tho dancers, the thousands of silken banners. V Hag and streamers, the stately garlands, wreathed columns, thn rich shade ot the he ivy ago. damask, satin and velvet hangings, the odor ot n l I fc. . bM iTT'jears ago bo built n mnCTtfleVnthnusp'on from thousands of colored lights, the great canScutt circle In this city, which lott him tbo es opies oterbaad, all united to charm the sense teem of the narrow minded grangers of his own The I'reslilentlnl Party I neounter. One of and ml the mind with wondering admiration. Hie Ileuses! SIsiscs of the tl hole Croitiloit Slate Hi! enemlos at home had full drafts mndo of the building and circulated them Day , BUDDHA IN GOTHAM. ihrouchout the KUto as an argument that he Wasiiixoton, March I The shifting scenes was not a lit rerrssentatlve of the unpretenof the great Inaugural panorama culminated totious New West. He Is a wcllequlppet man night In the brtllant ball at the new Pension .tmerkan Followers of Confuclua Who for the position to which he hit bci ca led. Hulldlig. llelleie In Tran.nilgratlnn. No jror" glorious pa;eant ever and combines a kmtvlcJge of Wall street, a marked the monxntous transferof the dcitlntes About fifteen years ngo Wong Chin sympithy with the West and ihnanlctge of the cf a Nation Into tew-- and honored bands. Aside Foo, tho lluddhlst priest, came to this resources of the fouitrr from all the natriotie sentiment which clothes such an event as this In Nationsl Importance,, country from China on a strango misitLDriEM) ritocron the eyo toasted en a tccne t,nparallelcd sion. Itrdflrld Proctor, Secin megnltude, splendor and social eclat. Ho announced that as tho Christianretary of Vt ar, went into .selfSSRJW The richly draped galleries, corridors and fc"fclgaaaav army from Vermont aTO tho apartments, made artistic background for ized world lias been for many yenrj as areglmcaUl quarter a.semblage et men and sonding mifrsionnrics to his country to tho notatilo master, was prumotcd women from all partsof I'lecoantry.aho prom- teacli hU peoplo their religion, ho succcs.lt i it tn Major and Co'oncl, and rttlr d of the vast hall or enaded tho stately uii-'- U from tho uniiy on watched tho gay cenc froui the cal'erlcs. Asldo thought it no moro than fair that thoy ot wounds. He from the radiant p'.etire of uch a picture, should respond by enlightening ( tho tts. Ootemor of his and forgeUut, or the decorations that seemed peoplo ou this side of tho world reState, and it clialrniun 0 well a hannoniont part ot II, there wat un ol the Vermont ilelega Wliorcupqn.iQ atmosphere of rrftrment and nf beauty lhat garding their alth. tlo'i at Chicago nnd cast Ihe vole of his Stnto un marked with an mde'lble touch tho prngrot of proceeded t. to expound tho religion of etery bal.ot for Ucncrnl a g real nation In those subtle arts that wealth lluddhn, which ho claimed was taught lleulamln Harrison He can not ctlucowlthoul cullltallon aud taste liasli'en largely Inter The fashion mil wenu'- - manhood and girlhood, by Confucius many centuries before estel In American mar It be sad? old tlio era of t hat wo call Christianity. )outli and bcanl) and-m- ust , ble production He a;e. made; un the tide ot human life which of In the high Wong Chin l'oo was a gracoful cterms by every one. J swept continuously about from one end of the who kttovs. hlra. speaker and managed lo otolvo somo ,u-,mull yj inc (liurr Ho ttaveleil Krom the galleries the lights and shadow of vory clover arguments. yccitirTAiiv or Tnn uil Ihe .itliiu(us- - iigata and fluttering draperies from one end of the country to tho oth- . ' JohnWlllock Noble wat born In Lancaster, thrown upon this Inl'lant as.emhlage, made Ho pasted b early day O.. Oitobcr'M, 1S11. the attractiveness of tho view the more pleas-lugl- v er, flnnlly making his headquarters In ' In Columbut nnd Cincinnati, where ho euloied Now York. bewildcrlnfr good ed'lcattonnl ndvnntages. He attended s.t all light was a fitting acAll brightness Moanllmo other expouonU of tho Miami Urlrcrstty hd ulterwartli Yale College, companiment for Ike display of flashing Jewell crailuutlrg from that andiplendld gowns, observed on etery tide. Uuddhist faith havo risen and clubs Institution lu 111 Up- The slmplo splendor of the Itepublican court havo been formtxl throughout tho city on his graduation bo was forgnlten In tte preparation for such, nn of poojile who call themselves Thco-sophist- s. studied law tint In the event. Hut tho articles of thoir faith t'Olce of his brother and Tho forclgnlln'stcrs donned their court cosIn that ot Herry Htnu-licrrlth bullion embroidery nnd that taught by Confucius aro altumes, resplendent subscquentl y and tha flashing of Jeitelcd orders andUislgnlas. most identical. ns Aio-iieCapital, whose augG atral cf the Untttd Tho fairest belles al Ihe bo Their meetings aro usually on wock saH t hate tlatcsurder Pieildent mented lopuhttloa may graceful or manly for.n day evenings private, dwelling, beoutcu. ijt av N. ,v . v r Joliukon Mr NobTo inatihed a great r"ylntho country ontshone Loul! ft'lcdflrstlnStmeeting from erery as thoy lmvo no plftcco especially eet( 1 M s u Not ono another In thedalntinost, the picturesque-netRomany tho vu- - tip.trt for their classos. nnd chip of nlrr,iwns ivVTfwtVjysBKrrlJiFW vt'blheiurress In the jractlce el law that bo A (Mjculiarity of this belief is "imxpected, he removed ihe following sear tn instance, ono of tholr pressions." Wcokuk, la., trocrc tie clubs mis iu tho habit of meeting nt tiecamo prominent nt the bar. Al tho break tho homo of a lady who lives in an old Ing out of tho war ho enlisted ns a piliute In street and who house on Thirty-fourt- h Ibo Third Iowu Cimilry. Mr. Noble steudlly always has a number of peoplo in her 1,h. In ( uiiti! S.S tiecjO Colonel. He was in the battlo of P. it Itldge, was preeont nt tho family. A change was made to a now nrrcuderof VIcKsbtirg, nnd look part In tbo stroot. house on S'ovonty-nint- h Geo-glAt tuM. rut airy mid Into AUhiinin and The reason assigned wns the clou-o- t tho tvnr ho was promoted lo a Ilrlg "Impression" ot all tho poople who had ndlcr t'tsernVjMp for meritorious services. Ho wn, miotrruil out iu ilea. Alter thn inr Oen. 1 lived In that houso and who wero pres ernl Notiln .ettled lit hi. Louis, tvnere, en tho such confu o ! ent there day by day made recommendation of Attorney Ocnenil wns iiidei t'nlto.1 Sia:nI)lnlct At. sion lo tin spiritual &onso3 that very torneybtP.eldcnt John.on, Ho res gued his much of tho profit of tholr mooting was posltlonin 1170, nnd has lnco ben engaged In PM.L-IIO0lost. E( I..NE. the rrl vale prnctlco ot lu a Some of them cschow flesh as an nr-tle- lo rlatlont of tjK so boundless the taste rxem. ioiin WAMMUIU of diet. II might hat Q suited any era since plllled lhat .Mr Wanamakcrlsa natlteef Pennsjltanla Most of tho Thcosophlsbi bollevo In Inaugural 's tiocame certainties. Stntely b.tilngtieen turn llflt one tears ape in Plilla In hair amt stiff tho theory of reincarnation and many dolphin County. Ills falhcrwasa Ocrnmii and dames glrllili wdervJ forma In clouds of tullo; quaint Ills origin in transmigration. hi mother of Trench extraction frocks of n century of them believe tlgurc in thcthort-walstc- d was an humble one hi In ull the gradations ot ihe Those of tho latter class hold that ono ago; lllhe font father und grandfather having been bricklayhrupiro ami Dlrcctolro gown, mil tho clinging of tho punishments for sin Is bolng ers; unit In his joulli be drapery of iMllrcclun maiden, were a few of condemned to pass a lifotlnio Inhabitworked In hi! father and features that the the nunibtrlcst pbuse aniAttir he hrkkiard ball toilets predated. The men hadnosuili ing tho body of a lower order of had been to school n turlety ufeotlume to ruako the occasion a mal life. few j ear ht, obtained u memorable cee for them. 1 he sea of smooth position as clerk in a Somo of thorn have a vory comfortIt fitting Uteres of broadcloth wni brightened bonk Horn ut tl V) I. in -here and there by tho glitter of brasi able belief that tho things wornUs neck. Liter on hi , di .He I Into a rluthlni. of the military cos- this life will bo mndo up to us In that buttons und tliouldcr-atrnstore as a sort of suiet tumes of man) of the guests. r msn, He wns very pro which is to follow- Vt Ith the arrltul of tho President and 1st porous In the clothing Followers of tho faith clnlm that jt party ol' inte eit was transferred from tin iiutine.s nnu wr.s rap VCLV to the ri'iff.res up and dottn ttulrs and race of beings may bo produced with Iluriug Idly promoted, fhuX d theclicuitef Uioliati: these early jenr of his business life he such high sjiiritual enc, such freedom AlKiut hairpi'it 19 Preildett Hairisonwai u llttlo pupcr at night railed Hi cry 4 from all that is earthy, that tho world body s Journal, for which he got subscriptions Joined b) tho ladle 'of hi fan lly, and tho toniiriittec, totaling n ,lne three and and the pcoplo in it may bo entirely and udtorltscmunt. He also aniado cologne, und bottled and told It. Ho wns n money getter by four abreast In the front up rear of tho party, cleansed from sin. for a tour of the Instinct and by the tlmo ho wus twenty years aproces loi was made It will bo upon the principal of evoball room At the special request ot President had tuveil J,isi. Tuo or Hire icnrt before the war his health broke down and lie traveled Harrison Unit ii" police ahould surround him, lution, thoy say, a process which lias for a long whllo In tho boutti. When ho re- Ihe pleasiruble taslc'of protecting him from been going ou since the world Logan. turned to Philadelphia, ho became. Hecretnry to the presence of tha orottdwat devolved upou And In proof of tholr theory thoy comChristian Atsoclatlou, and the romumiovici n. th Young Moil t'rom the stairway leading lo the floor the pare tlio Intelligent, highly cultivated was Iniluocd by Ills father to bciomo a maslir y bricklayer. This work however, was dltarree-cb'- o ball room presun.ed tho spectacle ot a taat ea men and women of with tho hulu him, and in partnership with bis of faces anpartntly, occupying every Intli of lo man beings who existed in Prctldent Harrlion cxpretied his brother, lis opened tho Oak Hall Clothing space, Sloro In April ltk)l, He It now proprietor of doubti of (he posilblllty ot opening a paiuge Union, who with prohensilo Jaw nnd store. In the Untied States, ttay but slid ha was willing to make th at tavenous Instinct tore tho raw fksh of tho Isrgest much nnd pcrbupa In tha itor.il, and Is an officer and tempt-- Af cr crow U, exertion in opening wai nnlmiils, and had no other sonsos savu' anil tho procettlon began director la sotural banks, railroads, undu good i Cycled tn ihe Ji. II has taken Itstouran ml tho hall. Colonel Cody (Huffalo that of tho coarsest animal doilro. many benevolent Institutions. (aplitn Kred llrackett In advance V. Morning Journal. . an utllro Interest In publlo affairs, und rulsid Hill) nnl (their ticrcu ' 'n fhoulder doing good service lu Hie llrit million dollar for tho Crntetiui.it I x makings iiih.i) and followed by about n potmen In IbTQ. Ho Is an rnrnoit Uouibllcau - liaised letters arn for the blind. A end took an acllre Interest In the election ot laieii coniii'i'leemen preceding the dlstln is a ilttrorent thing atid( I'ul.lu'.t sue it . President Htrri.on walked rnlsed Jack-po- t In , and wa able, through t.ienernl Harrison large butlncis acquaintance to seaure valuable tvllhUental Motaiumou, Mrs, Harrison wlIU hoatnothluj; lo do with tho convenience, aad the other ladlci with their couttlbutlon to the campaign fund, Mr, Ws Colonel Ilriltoo Vic I'rtsldtat llorloo and sally of th blind. huibactli. nnmaker It PoitmaiUr (Jcral, -- wJerDEiV 3 NNV T ainin ana t uruciu uon resses, nnd wns then tniolnlcd tn till an un- xnircd term la tbc Sen ito and subsequently Irctcdto a full term Vbcn Oonerul Uarflstd H2cnma President he )ade Mr Wlndom Sec ilary ot the Treasury lo no u ma omc lor a hort time only, but in hat period demonttratu ins capacity as a Slneo lhat Innnfler time ha hss been 'practician Uw in Now York, Thirty i f10PffiBi 'o wiN', .. " ht1 M r that'tiio1 5fiTfESS?XfflrsffiNa wmtommtoSirjmwiffiM !IIrHl mmwmiiwww'i -- lV m -- M Vaea..VhW. IJiaaaxatlifk'' VT .HI , ..... ir A lt8iiaigxx '"Vllhlxafflrtr 'ifrr"1ja fl..-e.-. ..Wm .J-- W' jlL- - .lAnU.t.1,. ' , STY ji. ' r. ? 1 s J MfT now nominee, split the party and STARTLING STATEMENTS. face defeat, (for Henry had friends I HP him, and refosed to ad- Mr. Hewitt n the Wltncw COR- who loved CHARGES OP OFFICIAL HICKMAN, KY., MlKntl. mit any authority to withdraw him,) RUPTION. or to accept tho guarantee of comATiMITN A rAtJtB HBTTLKHKNT. petent nnd faithful management MARCH. 8, 1SS0. Kcmp'N FrtlDA Mr. JaJ wcll I Itit CntUgton Cnmwm,.j offered through Poore. aa ( OarrtiMtlou FbaNKFOHT, Kv., Fob. 26, I860. cobs, Henry's opponent, together Wk may bII bo happy yet. Aaked. with the newspapers and camI have jnst had an Inspection Good-dye- , Grover. Yon have Hi TrHlh be Known. paign orators, discussed the situ- of the notes of the testimony in i mill - fAN flOIIRIER.. . V V rOORK-KEiIP- . The Drunken Drivers. ao-cou- DR. . H. YOAKLEY, S KvldcHefrroof nothing to hide. Irl 'I : h u i I m? have waited patiently to see what effect our unlnionf bnr- begin in earnest . . "" .. ..I. " BMB !.! n. llttmwrr 1.1. K't.. '"'led" WORItl MttVe Oil UIC Democratic Hlper8 of - Plnr-I,..- ..! vnlm.il illrnnlli' Q7l ",0 !tl!Ia 107 mre tlinn were vetoed ,I,?v,iim.. . yj,,1,n lhr.cV 2 Rnren,r I'?' l.v nil his predecessors combined, cama out, Poor mule Ida Washington down. During from ti, Up.,inn Jurj eloi..l 00 Hmmo app.cr",M in Clinton, to consult supporters as to the situ with bills nnd 40 Sennto bills foiled of ation. his We had made open clmrge executive npproxal. against him as an official, and outgoing President put charges of bargain and salens to Tun his foot down on ninny u rotten the way in which he and liiiasso scheme during his four years of elates obtained the nomination oftlnlal life. The Treasury could and consequently the .election; not be plundered as long as he aud litthrr stated that we were Blood guard, and a patriotic prepared with proof in the eieut people can dismiss him with ben of a denial. diction: "Well dotje, thou good We met Mr. Poore whilst here. nnd faithful servant. He met ns cordially, noko of Tbebe is u scandal in Tennessee iifHiwi, wemnrr, etc, Mid never penitentiary. It. L. Burnet, a trust- onre referred lo our art! tie. Now what! In their iixt Issues ed ttriKcili ofilntnl. linn hnnn rvh. Mr. F return, th( tog nl well tematTcMlly rubbing the convicts ,nr uoomerniig, aiayn su nemo-t- i by promise ot securing executive utter- clemency. He rlalmert to have crt Monitor aud Fulton lunneilCB wit l liov. Tuvlor. mull IT ijr"orefi:qqrC":'l Mir WHICH lie ! f' Poor In th' hlettf fieftnm: cured rrom a greut many prisoners, the FnlloiiiBii rFworowJiir atn: he offered pardons. Burnet has the taunt tht it was a personal been exposed, but hns fled. soreness win na against Mr Pooro. srrry, We Shirks, that RiDDLEnERQgR presented to you arc och friend an oppiuion of us. haw tho AuiericHii people the most Was- - or wno suggested trie ideal he simply took the disgraceful nrene in the history of w were we tlie only one concerned plemented by a systematic cor- uients furnished him by Tate. inslile, aud made the he United States Sena'to, Saturruption in the business managein tis matter, rest assured, dear His excuse was that it had not,,Hr.ef ue!M for ho h,te day, in foiciugthe President of brrther, that not ng there the party started one word would ment of our courts of highest re- been the custom, and as Tate waa i ne beiuite to have him dragged luve been uttered. As to it effect- sort, then, indeed, have tho people his own successor he did not UP ,,,e wro"K tuirway, and liad from tho chamber, in a disgraceful ing After others we cannot ai easily as of Kentucky drifted upon evil think it made any difference. He ,0 their steps. drunken condition. It is said that ;our self shield thorn at the ex- days, and nothing short of an testified that the settlementa,ver3'"i"S .WB8 dJ?tei' lliey ho is continuously drunk, hut this overwhelming revolution can anilny he so interrupted proceedings pense of party honor and justice swer the wrath of an outraged which he signed were in the hand - ,atlr'etl ror "ie JPQ' lo l lie people. writing of Tato and thou when ho that ho had to be ejected. Warren, we honor nnd esteem people. Lot these charges be made his settlements with Tate, TnE Obion Democrat is of the yon highly, for so long as you proved, and the CouKlERis ready the books of the Auditors office opinion that "the indiscriminate have stood at the helm of the to follow an Independent, a Pro- wero never consulted, although war ngalust railroads which some Courier through all the long years hibitionist, a Republican, or any they were in the office jnst across men In Tenuessee seem inclined of its existence, you have ever lead, to wipe out the dishonor. the hall. to wage can never prodnce good. fought for a pure Democracy and The Republican papers make such The Commonwealth waa not It will not benefit the people, nnd for honest means to secure the of- charges, which from party preju- satisfied with the reports of the dice is not surprising, but if they testimony il is not likely to injure the fices. You had heard the rumors of Auditor Hewitt In While railroads' should be as these other gentlemen bad, and Are true, the Clinton Democrat, the first hearing of the case properly restricted and rcgulhted when tho charges were publicly Covington Commonwealth, and against the bondsmen of Tate and y reasonanie anu just laws, tlic v made, unlike these others, your like Democratic papers, owe it to dispatcheil a special represenut-- j Hhonld not bo warred nnon as if confidence was Bhakeu and 'you the people, and to their own party, live to .Frankfort to obtain tlol they were inimicnl to the interests demanded proof. Well, here it Is: to produce the proof, that, tho dis- testimony ns it was glveu by tie of tho country." When Mr. Pooro returned from honor may be wiped out; but, If Auditor. the convention which nominated they are mistaken, they have asThere has beeu n well develop' Pioaorr.the renegade Irishman sumed a who forged the totters by which Tuos. J. Henry for clerk of tho inflicted agreat responsibility, nnd ed plan to suppress this inform great tho Londou Times attempted to court of tho Appeals, ho eame in- party, because injury upon their tiou which is of vital importance with i smirch tho character or Parncll. to our office and the following con- Tate robbery before tho known to tlie people of this State. our eyes, the versation took place between us: Political reasons seem to bo nil the Irish leader, has come to his "Well, Mr. Poore, you were de- people win be quick to suspect tho bottom of tho aflair. Thf end in a tragic manner. After gnilt, and to condemn. peoplo Kentucky should confessing forgery and perjury, feated in the convention!" If tho corruptions, as charged, are that theofwhole caso is sifted act "Not much ; I was not." ne cscapen in me nigni to France tc 'Why, Henry was nominated!" iruo, men mere is no escape from bottom, nnd then into Spain. An officer was, I uin to share in the tho conclusion that the DemocratIf he arretted him in Madrid. Piggott late in me opinion or tnnny SaVFor8ort Yjtt, ic leaders of Kentucky are rotten, linked leave to retire to his room office." and must be repudiated by honest good citizens, is not tho only COWOILL'S ZYI DAL VS. "Don't j on know, Mr. Poore, men for a moment aud when alone irrespective of party lines. guilty party. allot himself in the month, dying that any man who will make you As a ajr For Neuralfia and Kheumatlma, Democrat, honest such a promise is just ns liable to THE CABINET inetautiy. in its convictions, the COUMER COWQILL'S WEASEL OIL. forfeit HP Washington. March fl. Prcsii The President's inaugural ad"Yes, I wasn little too sharp for prefers not to bolievo heso corVie dress should have a careful and that," (holding out a paper iu his ruptions against its own party, but dent Harrison sent to the Senate impartial reading by every one, hand) "look at ibis." which I did; produce the proof, nnd the Coun-IE- the following nominations: COWGILL'S PILE OINTMENT. secretary or State JameB j. will devote Its humble efforts free from all partisan prejudice. me same proving to be a written Tu.r a in to wlno out the dla Blaine, or Maine. mlrWI't'U Wg?W"tUtf vtnt,,. ...i UOUOr. secretary or tuo Treasury live speaking to tho people at the signed in full. Many others hero COWOILL'S TETTEB OINTKSNT. William Windom. of Minnesota. threshold of his term of ofllccjnnd saw it, nnd if necessary they can Secretary of War Rodfleld 9 For Wormi, they should listen to learn, if thoy be named. Asto thoothcrcuarges, AXOTIIEK BKBBLT.IO!!. Proctor, of Vermont. can, something of the purposes, we refer you to any member of Thing bare for lonae and Secretary of tho Navy Benja- Corrgiirs Pleasant worn Syrup the plans and the policies he has the last General Assembly and to etill are, "cropping out" alltime been, counorer the min F. Tracey, of New York. SATISFACTION (WARASThKD OR iu view, for these will nffect the the attorneys who have practised try which iodlral (bat auollifr rein of TUB tlUXKT HUrUSDKD. Secretary of the Interior John happiness and prosperity of all. in courta of which Mr. Pooro wns rebellion ii not far from tlie lurface the apparent! baring It will be found on the first page clerk. This is iio agreeable rolo democrac lis mind In 1S00 vtxj nearljr W. Noble, of Missouri. Far Sale br lb l'ropritlor, ai Postmaster General John of tbia week's Coubieb. for us and we regret the necessity; made up Dreiden Rrpubllcan. lo 'rule or ruin." Wanamaker, of Pennsylvania. J. W. COWGILL, Druggist, but if the Democratic party hopes An appeal to party expediency Oh, no, no: onr Republican Attorney General W. II. II. mny not bo tho highest plan on to remain in power in Kentucky, neighbor should use its best ef- Miller, of (S83 lllckp Kr- Indiana. which to advocate a mensnre, but 6he must prove herself worthy forts to disconrnge Secretary of Agriculture Jere another rebelby putting forward for office the interests of party should not lion. And all this becanse ''our miah Ituak, of Wisconsin. ho left out of consideration. Par-tic- s "without stain or reproach." Jo" Blackburn pulled Mr. Chandbeing an essential feature of Clinton Democrat. milK rOl'ARTVKHHIUP l.n.fnra(. ler's ear! MOurJo"!snota"bully," Three CJovrrucrs. our form of government, party exThe evidence of the Democrat but a clover, genial, J. iitln; between J. J. V. Dondu.-aand the pediency must cut some figure iu ts, iu snnstance, tnat Jlr. Henry inipnlsiro gentleman, and one West Virginia, as a rosnlt of tho I. II liurneti, under aaw firm name of KcnJuriot A Durnett, mill and deal party action. When it. is taken whom our neighbor would love State election muddle, now enjoys or) in lumber, baa heen dlieolreJ. .Mr. J. coninto consideration that what is promised, at the nominating more if bo kuow better; albeit, the luxury of three Governors. The J. C Dondurant will ottle all the ouUtand-lobest for the peoplo nnd what is vention, to appoint Mr. Poore his 'our Jo" did show a correct ap- result of tho election has never butlr.ei All perroo holding olaioa most expedient for tho party, ii: deputy, If he (Henry) was elected. preciation of the fitness of things been officially determined, and is Hln.l Mid firm will pleue prrtnt them, tlnnl result a, must coincide, look- Granted that this be true, exactly when he tweaked Chandler's now before the Court. Wilson, and all indebted to it will call and aettle. J. J. C. BONUURAXT, ing nt the interests of one's party, its detailed, what was there wrong because of an unprovoked ears (Domocrat) tho incumbent, claims d. u. BORNerr. is not necessarily unpatriotic or as no one naa been legally 18 insult. That ''vein of re- mat Ilicimin. K about such a transaction! Wno partisan. out" all declared elected to succeed him, the State wronged! Was tbo peo- bellion" that is .."cropping country, that ho holds over until a succes over this section of our It is announced that Mrs. Cornelius Vauderbilt, of New, ple wronged? Didn't the law re- is to dorelopthu business and ma- sor is thus elected. The term for York, has determined that the quire tho Clerk elected to appoint terial interests of onr homes, the which ho was elected expired on grave or Gen. Francis Marion, the a deputy, and iu appointing Pooro best support to which is the cul- tbo 4th of March. Carr. (Laborite) Revolntiounary hero, must be did ho appoint a competent one! tivation of a broad aud liberal the Speaker of the Senate, who fratornity. It wakes one feel bet- snrceods to the ofuoa of Goverrescued from the neglected condition In which it has lain for many After Poore was appointed Las he ter to stand upon such a liberal nor iu caso of a vacancy, claims years. Tho grave is located on an faithfully, competently and platform. "No North, no South, that thoro is a vacauoy, and the office. Gen. GofT, (Iie- old nnd outworn plantation in the disr.harged tho duties of his no East, no West," such as our neighborhood of Charleston, 8. position, or has ho proven neighbor was wont to proclaim in publicau) claims that the face of tbo returns a that be 0. Courtney, of Charlesincompetent and dishonest! the Bolt and Everott days. And majority, and show therefore has is this is the mission of the true Dethat he ton, has been commuiiicuted with Tho CouHiEtt heartily endorses mocracy of this day, no matter entitled to the oflloer Carr and and naked to have estimates made respecting tlie probable cost of tho Democrat in its desire for the what the and extremists Goff have each taken tho oath, putting the plot iu onlcr aud mark-lu- Democratic party to put forward of the one sido or tho other may and each assumed the duties, the grave with a proper raonu-i- only worthy men for eBoe "mon say to tho contrary. Happily, the whereas Wilson continues in pose ut, tho old headstone having sectioualists no longor constitute session, and refuses to yield. So disappeared, so that the work may without s(ain or reproach." Per- me majority, JNortU nor South: the three are trying lo play Govsonal houor should be hsld above but they are ho begun with as little delay as and ernor. The courts will decide the possible. Mrs. Vunderbilt was a all party alignments, but one eagerly seize each other's niter-auce- s matter. Mlaa Gwynn, or Alabama, and should not condemn his enouiefi, as a Justification of their OPTS AJtB INK. behaves she was, ou her mother's niucu less inn mends, ouBo.serf-ou- s own error. This is to bo regrettK a charge as corrriptTbb, trittftmt ted, but no side, decended from tho Muiious. (Bob BardttL ) matter, this country sufficient proof, aud the fact that is nover going "Young American'' wants to into another rebelMr. llonry promised before his OUR SOID SYHI'KX. election to make Mr. Poore one of lion, and all intelligent people know If the retiringin members of know this. Hence, iu this land of the Cabinet remain Washington Frtnkrr U.plLl.l lils deputies, can hardlr confree speech" and a "free press," any time after the inauguration Take a poor iiinu with three boys sidered proof posltivo of be corrup-tion- . over sixteen years of age, all of After Henry's nomination, the extremists can only "foam and to show the new Cabinet officers wiiuui inuBi worii tor a living. He when Henry had gone to Louis- fret,' aud the conservative thought the run of buisness. Oh, always, of tho country knowing their Im- always, lesa or not quite so much. m w i oilier, owns no wagon or ville and gotten ou a protracted ouier venule; can Toot it when lie debauch, and toe Hickman Coun-ieb- , potence can only continue peace- That is what is known in diplomatful methods until they bare wrang- ic circles as corps d' esprit or inis bound to travel and has no land with.uiauy to be benefitted by good roads, papers, smartingother Democratic led themselves into obscurity and terregnum comity. Tho retiring under aud that man and his boys must iation, was demanding a the humil- disgrnco. Our neighbor is all right Secretary ofStato teaches tho now at heart, and ho will pardon tho new one bow to apply tbo "work" the public roada every then it was that time the overseer thinks about or tent was conciliated this discon- suggestion of n friend, oeni oi norm unrouna w fflXSlBUI by leading dreams nuout a grand jury, while Democrats throughout the State that he cease this "sectional talk," letting it run down tbe side of aud givo the power of his peu to tlie bottle: the Bocretary of the iiib ncn landlord over oO yearB of nuiiouncing nge, wiwi no sou over 10, and a to make Mr.that Henry had agreed building the proposed railroad Treasury shows the now mail tbe Poore his chief depu- from Alamo to Dresden, aud like trick of the boll punch, and how dozen wagons and teams, and s ty, and it was this general anenterprises. Enjoy yonr remain- to make chauge so fast thai the nnd carriages at arm's length, nouncement, supported by Mr. is uoi required to do a lick of Pooro's reputation for capacity, ing years iu peaoe sectionalisui customer can't count it; the rJec rotary of tho Navy, retiring, holps in tho United States. ou mo road. Is ft strango honesty nnd woik fidelity, cudorsod by is doomod Sir Joseph Porter to shiver his that n proud, brave and chi vid- tho Demouiacy of Hickman countimbers uml spike tho nuiln braco, UITET1IC I'AUItlllt A VUANCE. imus population, such as we find ty, that saved the Democratic ' .o ntwl in tho section named, refuses to uoiuineo from nvn . - .. Him iui !.. dasorved defeat, beThe vast proportion of the con- is up aud his vreoKs atior nta itnio keep up the roads? Not at all. cause the Dumocratio pay stops the voters wore suming publio cannot combine. master General stands Itoads, like everything elao of pub- tliuo assured outside that the lic uuture. should be supported by tho office would bo business of For example, the farmer, who is tho window and holds in competent tbo prime victim of combines, t out his tougue for the peoplo to ,omiu, m. pun tax is an '"""" x" campaign acquainted organize to enhnuce tho price lick stamps ou. Oh, yes; ovory. abomination when it is in excess Democrats with V tho Tact thattbolr of his products. Having to sell thing is very plcasautly of cno dollar for each tltlm. .....i nominee (Henry) was and help, a clever, in tho opeu markets, bo should be fully arranged betwoou tho Betting our LogislAture in furtlioranco of genial, man, but a liberty to buy aud tho rising suns. juuuce, euouiu enact a law that no confirmed drunkard, nothing mean protected iu his who from morchanta aro froo in couuty Nhould make that taxation or depraved in his cliatacter, tho regulation of their prlcoe from From parties who greator than that sum. And il the unfortunate habit, bat coercive influences. The agricul- Iu Calloway county have boon should enact that each couuty in this wns sufficient recently, we to provent the tural consuuior is practically the learn that old Calloway isdecldely tho State shall open, construct peoplo from entrusting such a great wcnlth producer of tho coun- iu favor of n railroad and repair its pubiiu roads by a character, absolutely, with tu Im- try. Ills power to produco should man to Priuceton, viafrom Hick, system of ud valorem taxation portant Fulton and duties levied upon tho property or the highest courts. of ilrL- nf tlmlr thereforo not bo handicapped by Murray. The people all along the couspf-nicie- s Tho Democracy imposts laid upoti him by TCN lino seem to be enthusiastic for cUi.ciis of the count). L--J Khiul tho nltcnmtlvf, to declare a of any Mud. Exchange. the roiiiU l'liltwi Fiiltonluii. J -J will now Wo I- The scramble for pie Im Pr. Pf ?' 1 !fer rtlMef Tho Louisvlllo Commercial (ReorcuiivE and publican), gives tho following of tho disgraceful drnnkon in charge of drivers who wr-rHICKMAN, K UNTUCK Y. President Harrison's carriage on tho day of tho Inauguration. Two Oflire nt the Heatdence ot W. A Uwn drivers were summarily dismissed tl Werk giurnnlrfd. for being drunk: ation and arrangement throughout tho caso of the Commonwealth .Carriages preparod for him the whole State, and the result against Tato nnd his sureties. The were soon filled with their freight, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW- , was that the peoplo endorsed it at transcript fully shows that the aud the party were driven to KCNTCCRT the polls by 4G,000 majority. whoro new and old IIIC'HSIA?!. Willard's, Commonwealth has been the 1M.KCUI. FKKH. only papr in Kentucky to take PreoideutH hnvo for years been All L(tl Bii'lnri prompllallinJed lo, the correct measure of Fayette meeting befuitj starting .or ..:s The Democrat further says: Lnd practice a rwialtjr. LCapltol. Cleveland was noi more, OiTice In Hank DulMlog. churjro. r refrr ou Hewitt. "As ln !( ollr When ou the witness stand ami was expecting " r'" v. "v Iodj nitmbcr of tbo Ul General Avm pro-i-bljr unit to tbt Mioruejt who li Hewitt was compelled to admit the White House. To the White learning In court of nlncii Mr. 1'oore en Hint his settlement with Tate for House they started on soon do- crk.p Vhe inlfitiikr, but it was 1884 was falso to the amount of Upon the truth of these charges, 444,000 aud that while his report vclonrd Unit the drivers were I collection of illegal fees, de- .l.n,.nil tl.n, the ilrnnk. and the man driving tho n 1. l.n1 pends whatevor of "corruption" 400,000 the tact was that the cor- - four horses attached to Hi rrisoii s Having purrlmocil Mr. K. T. Oarlner'a there may bo In tho Democrat's reel sum was over 500,000 ami Carnage nas tho drunkest of tho entire ick of Uookt, Slailooerr. Kaney charges against Mr. Poore, aud it although the settlement war itatml ltt. Ho started at n brisk trot Ooo.lt, Ao.. I will eonllnue to ktp on ? ..AHM.i is the proof of these that the 11n...n,l.B 'Jlt 1UUI. jet hA had""1 ftffMIIIJll IIaI Acmlnnil iu rnn hanj, at tlie old eland, a complete hnt of V'ltHIIIIIVM ho eb8 CovuiER and peoplo ask to bo allowed Tate the benefit of SCHOOL BOOKS. produced. The Inwycrs w Ith whom STArtoNmr, nn. .iu JanuarV tin,. ml hansoms and vehicles t ., 1,1. .. I.- -. I StUrsi'APKKS, . . frni. -- i we have conversed make no such upium " 1885, and Had not cliarged him .ogrcu MAOAZlfKS, tt. accusations, but upon the contrary with his disbumments for those foveral times he can e near ",. Any of the abet aet in tnk will It Fifteenth street, compliment tho general manage" !.' extra davs. Ho also admlttpreruretl ment of the office of Clerk of the edthat during his entire time as, io turned his horses o ward the prumpllyand tee m upon appllrallon. Come of the Whl e iwteatl Court of Appeals. 2l J. CLINT. KLLISON. Auditor of State he never once when counted tho cash in a cash itemi In these days of Tate-ism- , 0,,,B. uow Li lIc- ?p!r !ic we know that our State treasury in theTreasury as the law requires.. "f DOT! i!" IT; has been robbed by n Democratic V e He added with a charmlngA"'1"""' tramping thorn down. nominee, when such Democratic -i.u JSiaWne uear vaners its tae croriiuriou com. f i.,.iitiv .h- -t Ar ,l'" "word am! " ii a. u.' mou wealth charges our State Au Hon waa Inexcusable. He olsoTr"e V"l'.ulua Vrew. was compelled to admit that trhel Vr,a?,t al leu'nff nowea. ino ditor, and other high officials, with ho made the annual settlement JIlTer swore at. ,,,m" antI 80ve,i,r criminal negligence in aiding and with Tote he never troops surround-fotook a receipt of,u.'e abetting that robbery, with trickthe balance on hand.as the law ed the carnage and prepared to Kfcp. ery to let Tate's bondsmcu escape; s tlio Heat ka uort work of the fellow. and now, If all this is to be sup- requites. At the monthly settleAMurtmont r DENTIST, mmm mmmKmmmmmmmmmwmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmfm D SAM'L Ii. ISBELL, VA W WUs-sW L I Goods Delivered Free of Charge. fel-8- 0 nl ll. New Book Store. IA8T HICK&stAK HAMT'G C0MPAHY. Jc .i..ir. th.wn" "".. 'l"" "'1K ;" .....! """"" I JNO W. MORRIS SON, drop's, mv gyine Buggy Spokep AgnU for Morris Machine WILL Works-Engin- MA.MiVArrutuuiH .. ard f,.Sl,t U r A wi nnd Boiler. anglO-l- y c"ed :f """" GROCERIES Son-uieut- Joisn Witting JTo ORINl) MKAIi KVERY SATURDAY. :f.-HAM w.A.nLjL - ii I "ce I IT KXCSICAITT (loodi dellrerad lo in 1n I'liimtl OATOX, OIVK II I SI I A 1 part of the City F-ATtlS T m. ift DK, ul. .A. HICKMAN, --3 NOTIONS, LADIES DRESS GOODS, TRIMMED w JL TUB I.AIKir.NT tt JT T& in. HATS.&t, c i- PMYSiCAN AI1D SURGEON -- mil-road- s. J taeelllieaaef 'HleiBaaaaStltlallr aaltVSO rriR3 - - REKTUCKY U I XI hi i rroteaaloial SarrUtt la That he has ever carried, Jf Jf MJ Jf9 and at P2ICI5 u LOW M ths LOWZS? In fi BQT (PowisTyr. 2ICSUAN, miMS ONHKRIAI. i ni-oc- it CJlotliing BUCHAHA.", trlfli lln ilrtAa tirtt Tf.ur In ..miirtdrn ,.rli-.'Stock is complete in every Department. and Gents Underwear rmir mm C. HAUZKB, attft In f&.l Ilia MF Call nnd examine his goods beforo buying elsewhere. SINTTJ0K7 It. Vri. P. I'rttt. U. L. ALUIAMir.lt t'ui.t over-read- y What to Buy? Hie-F- IIOUSK HAS KECF.NTI V BKKN I. filled up for acninmoditlon ef ur'iramcrn anil me irateimt jhiMIc Clean roum, nice U--J, anJ xiaarr me'li (iiaraBt(d to all whn .up wlu n TraTelibf men will Bad Ike Ural of atUa lion it our tioae. In addition, we carry a full line of FANCY AND FAMILY 6R0CERIES, to which we tn'ile attention. Our prior, are aa low an the lowest. le UilKMkK BANK. JIICKn.49ft UY. CAPITAL, Uellii; SoO.OCO. a lifo-tim- e DQUaLtsi NOtrouble Oome . ! BROS .I.I.., v of all, rrjtUll; or B lifor w. "dj estei7brink. Family Grocorios. lo ebow (oodi. and oee, al the earner of Tro and Moicow Arenue. Call Illeknrv, Kj pir rganiird ai,, ,,.,t f0r buioM, w tr.prrlfiillr rolUil hf petrr-niAllcotllrrlUn. mail for deiwelln Utt of rhaicr. Apptutld t tbs mBr,iK lhrr r till I iuhIi, Jlrllxlrl rale of per rent, per aaautu. .-- . naCHA.VA.' C RAI.TZKK. J.M.ItKKD J. w.conau.u w c. joiimso.v j w - auxanihr. tt II. MrXA.NnKh. TX SALE AND LIVERY STABLE FATIIS & PAltKER, KENTOCKV 8TREET an band HiilirwEOiv. i5Ar. i,ii,K SUNUVACTURKRS OP THE CEI.E1IBATKU & tiu. w en a-e- n Dissolution Notice. at HORSES, BOaOIKS aid HACKS. Harlna; porobaaed tbe alablo, boraei and entire outfit of W. R. riamnter wo to eoattaae Ike builaiM, aa4 allcti coaitanllr KEEP8 aal forklrt in oo oo W OQ 1 Q warm-hearte- pirua(' a H. A. & R. T. TY LEU AUORNEYS AT LAW, 9 g Wll.f. per-Gon- ItlCKMAX, - - - KKNTVCKV attend lo all butintM ealruittd their eare. Oflce Kurnllare Factor?. nor8.'78 OO oo Ot HICKMAN WAGON, T. T. Swayx q & Qo, DKALSK3 DRUGS, MRDICIKBI, BOOKS, 3TAT10.Nr.RY, THE l. r Medleal . lion-eU- y d negli-gou- t, Ex-May- J Ktl.....Supp!L. Fanrjr (JOOU.S.TOYB, ond I'lCTURlS THK hot-bead- s g n Courier Job Oiee Rt'NPBIra, PAINTS, 01 1 A, WI.NK3 and LIQUORS, AOBNTfll'OV Domestic Sewing Machine. ur rJRtCItll'TIOAM lpr3-let)- loud-mouthe- A ttl'ECIAl.TV. -- M Is thoroughly equipped, and prepared to execute Job Work with neatness Iiw Utoiy Stalk (Corner of Jackson and Kentucky Streets,) and despatch. : HICKMAN, JU8T - . KENTUCKY, riot, HyIUb RIOS for hire uom-iue- e, life-tim- e Heads, Ol'KNI.J), wUh aaw STOCK, out and out. r.Monable. I'atronageaollciled. Letter Heads, j ' oct30-- l, KINGMAN & BOMAR. FURNITURE. bug-gie- Note Heads, Statements, Envelopes, FURNITURE, m "- I a" a ex-Po- st ..... pout-oGQc- o can-no- Ball Tickets, Business Cards, &c., t&C. S VIIAiae, . ' ATM I TEPIIENS & HIYLER I)EALEI18 7 IN -- Furniture and Undertaker's Goods, HICKMAN, warm-hearte- d ex-ce- pt icxjxuciCY. iuii tarr'"".!. Wtr.AdndLIun,W. nU V Dfli. ! IT V A -T-n 1 rllL- TAT - f ,.t,7riMallr.d',ler,0n "'i.1?, t '? ".AiJA,s( TAlUtES, BUREAUS, WAS1I8TAXD3, WARDROBES' U1AUBLK SETS, MATTRESSES. SI'RIS'OS. t.. . "? W0jpir' l,..Vur I,r,fM ,oba lhe l.ueL fll n. & lrl.1 an,1 ha ennrlniKil. UNDSUTAKE1VS O00DS, an.: iIlicOHDt all lomfe- lln of Woo.Un and Metallic nuriai i.tiri. e,e?r.T a ?.lU, Mlllunl Fi" Furniture at ime, ut an time, oi teiir le 1 nnd Wort, j i,cliir. iiiinni iinrnilliiPiiTifiTiiiTiainafn .. J v"f gATl'IIK.. 1MCK. Fi I? :1 ! A J A. BQRLtNGAMB. lotWi ANDREW WU HAVi--i HIOKMAK, :'.v KrVEI.Itr. r ITS ICY. NOW rirAixji'vUTKitn run RECEIVED OUK G-en-'l Watches', Clocks, Jewelry, AJusical Goods, 4c ftl'EOTACLKs SPRING STOCK NEWS llutlon CUTA U'A YS, SJWtf of CumiiNO, comprising every grade nnil ttyle. 3 and . I I'llhVCE ALBEltTS, FROCKS and HACKS. Our line of 1'i.otiiImj this Spring is uimirpai- - - t m f CO sV;i. pire, 1 DAVIS. Insurance Agent. lp, Tarire aid id9t Ami A: Wc .a; fced in Fit, Style and Mulr-UAn Obion count; .(Tenii.) ADVBBTIOIITO' BATES. farmer suy Hint ho prerciita his SlOXK OF THU LAUGkJsT ACKXCIES JX KKX1VCKY, BEING COMPOSED Ol' THE FOLLOWING O'LD,- E Challenge Comparison! Satii 1 to cows from jumiiiiig fonailby out ... ...... On mIhhis, COMPANIES: AND ESTABLISHED J" 0" Oo.klt eltn imyr tint; off tho lower eyelashes. faction Guaranteed ! -. . JJ llm.kuilhrol'iniK jmi M . Oe.Ublb Fliasnix, Hurtfbro!; Oefiiifiii Our Mr. It. Owens, eoiltractor Crtnipaiiy oi T....Uul .ll.l l.ill...n.u Jl ( 0 luck. !! Inorllaut nfty irnH rr lc each and builder, has secured lbvcon. tMllltssltiie'tllo'i. dtl-mtor rt iswlsl iiltl, gr cluai retas, .JJIIII. tract of rchnildliig the Hud. resi'Sim Ill, eiIMs cllln( r dence that was burned recintty irlknlM of rMpecl, for Mr. West Powell, of llicknan. OWl.trlM, rltU., lmve also received our SPUING STOCK Wc lor i lliinlMltntli tf line viUik.rl l els !" rl '" of Mr. OwctiB built tho building that Loctl illc , mllreri4, ! r """'' and Children's of Ladles, Mis-icwas destroyed, 22 yeara nco. Mr. Powell Wants now nails driven lij I California, of W Men's and Hoys I oldnlaccs mid tho homo d'uplicnt. In pfau and cd, if possible, & r-If m ttat foMtrs, Tiptonvtllo IIeslllglit . Mnqvlifejfvv,, if 7 ciscd; Og! If JM '-- M "l 1, p If ten SUImtata, fr Chnriio Loot, sn old If ? l.tll.r ll4f, Pulton County young nun, who If "at Heads, If t Cards. has been in Wromltiff Territory at ruillut CM., If y Wo carry the best lino of SHOES in tiic mar- for some yours past, pulil tho If o wot lull Iiilll.. van wm Shlvli T. . If CoUHlKB n pleasant visit Wednos- - ' ! KhIun llrcuurs, If u lies,if U m jo ilNtforr t ) day, ond woll interested and In ket, and Guarantee every pair of our rnisTina . iirljf.. mmi At, slructcd us as to Scenes, incidents wtili ttllifi Uf r.lll at IL ttn kitt "W- Custom Made Shoes. As usual, XT 3W and customs of Wyomlni; life. Office. Ho thinks that ncotion the liealth-es- t our Prices are the country In the world, nad will TnE LARGEST FINANCIAL INSTITUTION IN THE WORLD, AND- - i'ufi i letun. tlioro the Istior patl of this VERY LOW .EST. .j jtt? month. H. K. UAVIDaON, Dr.NTiar. is tlio pos- From information In ioria:incutl3 locntctl in Hick-tnn- session of the Ni;vs work will Those wishing DciUhI coinmonco on both tho 1'nducah m.c;c;aL3D3EMraD Work, of any kind, will plrsee and Tannesseo and tho l'adacah, i'ti II on Mill. Onice over Cow Hiokmau and Southern railroads Collecting Agent of the Mutual Benefit, of Newark, N. J., and Marine Agent of the Louisvimj; Underwisiteks, of Louisville. Bill's Drag Store. iuIH at an early date and thoy will bo ..t.f..l .M.... ......t ffn j.n... ftllU tv.1 rt.lll.. liitoresllnj; rrndlng In I ho plotion. Those who fonuhl no valiantly and vigorously for tho Council tirorepilliiRs us to tax IMHKCT TAX MILU roads are entitled to thoKratitudo! THE H. O. RAII.nOAD mlsed. Office in Bank Buii.dino, JlICfcSlAN,- - fcV.-s&r All just claims promptly paid at this office. and good will or tho entire com laklnK Inlrrnil In Ih MtrckS) Mr. W. II. Ilolknrtp, tho mor muiiity. Puducah rdnrh n1 Prcaidont Cleveland yesterday News. Illchiunu. ohnnt prince who diet in Louis-villMr. Will Gould, resident engi- returned to Congress without hi meellnifof 28lh uHm were read, approved Inst wpek, wns onoo n COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS. t Tblr HMliira llnsmlnc nod ilgneJ. . IVotiUy nuou tiling dm ciimJ ach neer of tho Mobile nud Ohio road, npprovul tho Direct Tax Hill. In of Hickman. At.LOWai). ACCOU.VT camo over Saturday night and his veto mcBsago tho President Hickmak, KY., Feb. 28, 1860. tfr.erni low. Tbe Yohiik Men's Christian iflii' Drug rtviui their Kiiu wT io!"pont hniiilny with his sisters ill says: "A 6hccr, bold gratuity, The following amount wa presented Store Atnn adjourned mtetinx of tka Council KAHT HICKMAN, K.Y. Mayor approved, which, on motion, were AnsnrlMlon will mi'ol in tho Hup. iiitr cuiinn of o mnr ir ttiii boi- - this city, wliilo hero ho informed cither upon States or in- lield lldadar, there were protect 1'arker, properly and checks orlared issued for the allowed Couiicllruin Knmage, DicTcr for Con' somo menus that ho bad been dividuals, Cowgill. tlal church, Sumlny afternoon nt lira of lit Klni'n N bused upon no bettor .Staw, Sialth'xad Wllbiirn amount'' : o'clock. Uveryhotlv cordially umptbnthl Tlitr trmle It ilniul tner ordered by tbe authorities of his reason than supports tho gift proT. V. Wallace, dieting priwners, $12 10 ilatel Ihoohjecl of llic mcui la Ttrr rdutble unlcte Iroci company lnltcd. to secure o protllo map posed in this bill, has never been Thelo Major ravialon of tbe AwuiiurV be the tke fcl tint it ilw;i cum mil never TIKAIURaVs MOITltLY HErOKT. lIiioInu Coadit, (o'J A'tlima, of the Paducah and Hickman road claimed to be a provision for thoj bfoa; whereupon. It. E. Millet, Atnenor,- The City Treasurer presented bis monthJoseph Johnson, tho Drm. Hrtinelilii. Croup, and ll tbrtl nl Iuor with a viow to making ostimntes, formally relumed ts the Conniil Ike liowlnj now io. the trcaniiry to ocrntic caudldute for Muyor of li qnlcklj rurrt Yii eta ittt il ota This shows that nu interest vuuini iiunniu. Atiu uuiiviui wi Nemment book lor leey, anu tlie council ly re.iort, CrHit fleneral Fund account $1,291 38- Does all kinds was elected orer his feet of a surplus hi tbe Treasury Ixlorr liuttns bjr Kvttln t trial loHle for Is taken in to revue Ihe nrae. of Mnchlno Work. Repairing done with NeatneefS1 I 81 00 Funded Debt account, "pponont, J. It. Smith, 10c, lirs 'ie J K.Trrjr ImiiU- irrnirJ companies. tho road by ontsklo of tbe General Government is On motion, die following change were and Despatch, " 88 00 lie guarantee, all ice; do to give tatUfaction, Having City Hall account, daily seen nnd felt. I do not think, utile In the aMeMinentv llrtl tnnjority. ly The report wit received and ordered located with now tools, and the best Machinists in tho In n talk with Col. Houston, however, that this surplus should h. I Alexander, ralaed oiihorse, f 25 00; filed. Tho following slander West, we solicit u share of your trade. The man who talks tho mean-iis- l rained on tugKy, 535 00. CliniNAXCS FAISFD. Congressui.ni Stone, of of tho Paducah nnd Hickman com- bo reduced, or its contagion spread lame C Iteekman, raWJ on J Lot 7, Old tihnat the town in which ho re. II Piping Brass Goods. &c. constantly on fraud. The ordinance eieinptlng certain thin district, is published In n pany, a Standard reporter learn- throughout tho States by methods Hickman, S'200 00. nldes, If you take notice, Is ed that it wiu not tho policy of Htich as are provided in the bill." It It. UravarJ, from on reu!fn:e, raidon rvaldcnce, 3200 having panjeil rl'y lixation for live years, We are agents for Saw Mills, Engines nnd Boilers, Iron Fencing,- man of whom the people Washington liapor 'Kepteseuta-liv- e tho company to tnrn over its contho same it first reading, wait put ?a00 . Tho Senato passed tho bill over J li. Hrowii, raieJ Comioh Work, Cylinder Shingle and Heading Stone, of Kentuck), lout a of th town Kvucrully think the othor company tho President's veto, but tbe measMm O. II. Iirranl ralaed on !o 7, (lid upon Its second reading aud paiied. On Saws, PumpB of all kinds, &c. legal the bsttlo near Cyiithiana, struction to any for ICnM. inter- ure dies in tho House. Hurrah Hi kin an, tame on J Iit 8, OM motion, the rules were suspended 1ml the other that would U60 il Ky., in tho lato war, ami Hickman, J200; name on eciualiutlon, $100. ordinance being put ujion its third and I'adiicali. A. J. Slrrnions, n prominent final re.nling was unanimously passed. uses crntohe. 8o. kn ests than those of likely liullttlint for Grovor Cleveland Yi Iluakner, raleetl on atire, $200. B01LIR WORK it WAV!! or linliiiril county, suicided the house is tiivldiup, by telleie, thoy would most runner W T Duekmr, ralivj on i Lot 23, Old IIALU ar.XT IllOVCItl. us nu Independent line, so that Hlrkman, 5150. ty blowing ont til hxwm-- with n ho hands his crntoh o .flomo Oa motion, the iheairleal company of 3L 3kT. K. Caie, ralfed on j Lot 19, Old i.i .I Krwoo'l&C'o, being parlly composed of as hie proxy.And it is pass- thoy could forovcr hold it in comi nt 4.1. rt.. Office near N. & 0. Depot, Cor. 7th nnd Moscow Avenue. (00. borne talent, were allowed the une of the n wfo niid so veil children ed through the tellers and voted petition with other lines construct- Worth of leaves Clothing, K. E. Cc raiKd on Lot 13, 0 11.. i'0, City Hall for $10 00 per night for three j.lbMy ews. ed into tho city. P.tdttcah Stan- Boots nnd Shoes, nnd in fact a J. W.Cole, ralaedoni I)fJ0,O.H-$70tu iisuuru Ids death. as iir. stone." L'anncau nights. dard i first class gctiruil dsnortment of .'. W. CSTslH. VIJ nlMiiOj A0. Us scttsa ths Coansll Jjari!l. Tho rrohlhltlonlsts were comUnion City has been iuflictcd by Km. Uleaielbrlok, rained on reililene Attest, everything kept in tbo dry goods and pletely routed In Christian county, various cheap John theatrical comaame released frm tax tlort, W. - SIcCUTCHEN. C. C. line, must bo Bold, nnd will be nt on Hiitttrdar, when n vote whs held panies, but about the poorest that $100. cost nud less than cost. Persons Lee 1 Ktliein, ralred on horse, $25; on tho liquor qurniiun. Kzcile ever made an nudletiro weary was We take great pleasure in an- needing goods, or who expect to nnil on buggy, tii. incut whs high, but good order tho Gypsy Wurdo Compnry tlmt Kuril, railed on Lota lftl nouncing to tliu Merchants of Hick- need any for the next twelve O A. A5100, ame railed oa piano,ami 189, prevailed. a Country tried to play Mm $40. Fruit and Ornamental Tree months, nro reminded this is their Girl" Monday night. Tho room man nnd all the surrounding towns, opportunity. As assignee of H. J K Fuiiua, ri"d on Lota 172 and 200, TUV yourbe Wo read overy one of our ell- and XJ from l of W. M. Old Hickman, 4200. dkam;r i.- having been that wo havo oK:ncd a H HOLE-SAL- E M. Maxwell, it is carefully and tuko a rcat wss full, free tickutt known Grm Samuels & Co. tbe interest of Mr (JerlruJe Fetlie, raised on 1 Lot 6, of Clinton, Ky. 10BAUCOAN1) CI G A II nil Hint deal of interest In them, bat wheu distributed, (or the, probably had the largo stook shnll be Old Hickman. 300. I), li WILSON, Agent, thoold rcliablo lllckunn Courier experience enough ta know that HOUSE, and vc proposo to sell closed out as speedily as passible GoMileio & (ioldfarb, raucJ en atom m&rchS-3- t Hickman, Ky porus our Tobacco as low as can bo bought Hence, tickets draw liko fails to put In nu appearaiiee, nail free TAINTS AN IIY i- -S Tl I FSf, goods will bo offered JoOO. DltUliS, tho Harmon Orrm, railed on residence $'200 ooeiiBloimlly doos, we get "out of plaster. Tuesday night tin in nny city. Wo return our thanks at such reduced prices as to InW C. Jobinon, raised on Lota 175 and to npeak of greeted tho to tlm merchants for liberal favors duce speedy sales. hortr. Uardwell Btitr. Theso goods 170, O. II , 100; aame on Lola 102 and 164, would be actors, ami the perforAlt persons Indeblet to II. M. Maxwell, Mr. J. 0. Itudislll, one of tho mance was declared off. They shown us, and trust wc can make aro now nnd fresh, bought by ex- - RU. $100; autre on Loll 161 and 102, c; one previous to lb IHth day of January, 1889, rnost popular mid inicmiuiitnliilIiiK may bo clever peoplnpcrsonrtily, it both profitable ami pltunaint to perteuced buyers, and nre first Writ Hickman, $200. rUI como fsrTsri, vtlhcut delay, and set li. 0. Jtiuee, rauo4 on aaleon, uJ(J fif Ktpress mcssoiiKOrs, has hecu them, as well as ourselves, to buy nlnDB t f i nvnrt ruitvitnl If they ha vo any tneroy for t'e. thereby savins; cost and trvabte. Anil U The atteution of Merchants in' transferred frntn tho route from bnt they shnnbl krtfp off the nil their Tobacco from us. We de" PPP.ESCPTIOINS ipi II. M. all persons holding claim? publicthe COMPOUNDED. S CAREFULLY Nash-ill- r to tbo unbroken packages, Kiishvlllo to Illckiiian to a sire a trial when in need of Cigars, called li.M.Maiweli.raUdonre.ideooe.oo. Maxwell will Qle lliem, propvrly approved. stage. Obion Democrat. o and piece goods, which they can' w.l Powell, rained on W. L WcCCTCHKN, 4, o. ti. lw. run. Numerous Tobacco, Ac. Assignee of II. M. Maxwell. Mri. Laura Dun.alt, rauwd on reaideuce, Mr. J. W. Gowgilf, wifo and friends here regret his trnusfer. Wc arc agents for tho celebrated buy nt special bargains. 18S9. March 8tb, if daughter, of Hickman, Ky., nro nt i so. iironnHiuniiH to nnv WASTED! WAKTKDIl A M. Terry, raised on residence, 5100. Alexander's Hotel. Mr. Cowgill Dental Scotch Snuff. entire stock will bo considered. cuI-jIaA.Hj- Ej & lira., rsiseil on 8. U. 11, Lot rowel! Our prices aro low and terms nre Dictator of tho Lair warning is here given to f 1,(00; aame on Ut U, 0. 11., $200. 200 Uarrtds of White Shuokcd is the Grand Respectfully, of this State. liberal. any nnd ul! that now is tho oppor Knights J. W. I'owall, ralaed on Lois 103 and Com, for which I will pay gl.50 Tho tenth of Honormceilng of the KUQUA & DEBOW, 191, Old Hickman, &W0. rognlnr tunity to obtain goods cheap. per Ilbl delivered. Immediately, at Grand Lodgo will ukn placo in fe'22-J. 11 Klogwood A Co, swelled on lea W. L. McOUTOHEX, Hickman, Ky. my mill. Faclory, U000. J. 0. PAKTLOW. ic o v h Assignee of II.M. Mnxwcll. this city.beglnuiugTaesday, April iiioh8-ID. C. Kamage, raided on Lo'a, $2o0. Hiokmau, Ky. Dr. Molntio, tho Healer, is will bo nt 0. Tho headquarters C. I guardian for A Lonisvillo romance lias aae(sed Handle, equalization, Nelson heirs, Puoi'. W. II. Huouks will, on Alexander's Hotel. Tuo mombor-shi- still oroating sensations in somo undsr J700. WZJh circles of this county, by alleged furnished a Now York editor a text Jos. Sohts, raised on J Lot 18, 0. II, Monday, March I lth, open n of this order in Kentucky is for tho following brief sermon on f500; same on J miraculous cures of the afiliotcd. 17. O H , $100. CIhrh In connection with very large, there bel'ig two J. T. Stephens, for V. P. Siephens, l his school, to bo taught dally nud of tho Uniform Hunks According to those reports, tho matrimony: on Lots '.'27 and 228. VY. II , $100. "Mr. V. B. Wilson, wealthy deaf havo been mndo to hear, the Has a h'Iciidi(l stock of the vciy best makes of all kinds of Hardware twouty-oigh- t nigluly. Young man who cannot and subordinate HtepheiH & Trier, rnised on stole, $500. which are offered at ONE 1'RICE, and that the very lowest tho market attend in tho day will rind the lodges hi this city louo. It is blind to see, tho paralytic to walk, gontloman of Louisville, who had C. I' Smith, railed an residence, $100 Clothing, idghl abaMoiift of great advantage expeotod that tlioro 7)11 bo a largo nnd nil manner of nfllictious nnd fallon desperately in lovo with A. T. Sells' aveaiment on lM 137 was nst tiles. All goods guaranteed to be exactly as represented. Miss Bortio Gardnor, received Irlilea from I.U lUt JiOOtSy All things found In practical busi- altenduuco at the Grand Lodgo divers distnsca cured. Tho on J Lot 5, 0. II , has no personal knowledge word last week that she had been Jao IttiiiL-- , ness will bo considered. mch8 meoting, at which tlae oflloerB for on Sioe8y . of any cures. The Doctor rcsentB thrown from a horse nud, was dying. $30; stme J. Lola l.'.T, 185 and ISO. $3CO. Tho board of directors of the the ensuing year are tu bo elected. raised tho idea of being considered n As bo wns cngagod to be married II Mrs. M, same il.)ii,Durliam on Lot 217, W. Courier-Journa, $200; for heirs, raised local branch of tho Dakota BuildWill now be reduced to such Faith Doctor, but olnims to bo n to her, ho sot ont Immediately on Lot 210, W H ,$25. ing and Loan Association has re' for Lonisvillo to see her. lie J. 0. H'tain. raised on Ils 13 lo 43, Healer. KPOt'lf. Sceived Its charter ami other necea-narfrom lon, and Th found her nt tho St. Joseph In- East Hickman, $100. papers, and is now open for pilnfnlIrinfttlon to robutt ltnjilnr John Waatlierly. raised on Lot 201 and litillb marka ilckuta firmary attended by tho host mod. Jk1TUNKY-jLT- 3DAW, ATTENTIONVERYBODY! business in this locality. It is un- an tpnoh in the life of Hit In IWMu&l, leal skill of tho State, but given 204, lut Hickman, $160. (09t otr Ctfwglll'i Diss bioi.) derstood that nt least two of the Until a temirkabla afent li ttetiurcil In COtOSED LUT. up to dio. With promptitnde That it will ui larger shareholders will nt onco ihe mrmerj han Mid AgciiO Itberlr Iba Having bought outbethe Clark Uakery nnd aud dispatch ofthonu honorable Van Freeman, reduced on Lot $103. KENTUCKT.- HIOKMAiT, MICK HAN, KY. will itrilefully Qroeery, (ood health pleated lo ace all altainid Vol. Matsou, reduced on Lot $200. negotlnto loans nud build resi- blfweJ, lirnrfl It la Ibat io iiueh It hi rJ promy old frlendt and cuitomer-tgontluman ho immediately Will prsctlce iu all tb Courts of th Jack Tally, raised on Lot $100. , dences hero, thus proving tho In praite ol Kleelilc Uillen Ho mMiT OalcuM, Jbu., posed to marry hor boforo she died, IVE MF. A TBI VL when vou wan The following manufactories, machinery, Finl Judioiat Diilricl. solidity nud benefit of tho Asso- ftl llity om their rtttoration to health Fi'iikIi AUruyH oh ITtmUt and tho ceremony wns gono kc, having been cumpted by ordinance VX Illacksmltliing done, or repair on fin art 81 to tho ma of tht (Irttl Alterative aoil can buy liow CHEAP you ciation at one and the same timo. Sr Delivery JUread Win will visit through with. Then, to tho as- - from general fixation, are assessed as fol- To Waeons, &. I alio kteu a full line of Tonio. If you arc Iraublod nltb any Ji yrfu every day. Charleston Domociat. anything in this line. touishuiont of tho medical at.ifT of lows for special College Tax: caie of KUne; , I.lrtr or Htorutch, of lone It. M. MKTHENY. Jal8 If Uadorfakor's QoodV tliCkmao Lumber & .Ml c uo., eit.wu The Kuison is 60 far ntlvantvil that tho infirmary, friends, relatives On last Snturday tho oity of or abort atanillntr tou "111 liirelr foil ru 0,000 J. W. Morris & Co., Hlrk Wallief br uao of Kieclrlc IUiiem SoM at fOo wc nro compelled to make and bridegroom, Miss Bertto inyour niaeksmithhig and is'tnerx) Common, Rosewood, and KotiJ can he nttrcr Anlfel 700 Jan. l'artlow, Paducah voted tho $00,000 Tiikuk Is somo diversity of nut Colons ami CriiJC, whioli and $1 00 jitr botlla at J. IV, Cowglll't Itepsitma; douo at room lor our Mew I'owell & Bro 1,600 to tho Padncnli. Hick- Drug Sloro. opinion as to bow long tho extra stantly rooovorod. Wo havo hero ui on short notice, and at rt''6nablf Anr the fsregolng Spring Stock, prices. Give mi a call man & Southern Itailroad with n session of tho Senato may last. an important discovery, which revision ofrson onjrotlnf; loIwok will make the Afeicwor's o- - Shop in West Hickman. Hurkleu'o Arnlert snlva lilg sweep, 1,100 to -- 71 ugaiiibt. Tho Chandler and Hour election points out tho valuo of marrriago their objection known at the next rejular may23.88 Cult, Tin Tho city at tho samo timo voted flriilooB,liiur Slv lu tho voile! for Fever outrages resolutions are still on as a medical ngeut. How tunny meeting of the Council, on Tueday, 19th yCatntr 0 Qbxon and Ezchangi Strati,) form. Ulecra, 8ii Hlienni. dying girls in tho country upon Inat., 6100,000 to the Paducah & bo the above revision Hoi en, l'etier, Hunl, Olillhlalin, tho calendar, nnd if pushed by the whom llthla water, porous plusters, copiedothcrulnetax book and placed will the HICKMAN, In the KY in mid tho C'ornn, and allCluiieJKrtipllont, and Now, If Clinton Republicans, n delay may onsuo tiltin The Goods MUST be sold. (jood NYork at Hock bottom Trice. My nthor points Bland up as Paducah cure or uo par reijuiroJ. It which will carry the session far morphiuo nnd nrsonio have been bandi of th Tax Collector for collection. CIIKCK mottoexpended in vain, would ho llftod ISIl'KI) TO AMESSUK. nnd Hiokmau have done, tho poo-pl- lacutranlrol to civ e rerfoct aatlafactlon. iuto tho spring. Tho Original Wlna. . nt oneo into perfcot health nud On motion, check wns d reeled to lie trtT.UII.I. UOIt!t a ipecialtr-XB- a' will lmvo tlono their part, nnd or nione refiimled. l'rlc- - '!' centn jwr C V. Slinmun,, SL Louli, Pfop" box. For aala by J, W, rowglll, sued lo II. li Millet for $U0 00, services hopo by a priest iustend of a SONS. JOHN F.GRAY. II. A. Simmons L iver KeJIclnc, Cit'a J. AMBERG'S tho manngomont think they will Murringu ns n medical as Assessor. isirSO If iti. In the U. i. Coutt otrraTS J. Iiq able to put tho road under conH.Zcitin, l'ro.'r A.Q.biramona U. nixr or city hall nxio. er Kcsulator, tti'd by Zeilin ie6. I'KKMIIIEXT IlTllllMOX. o havo moved into tho Iloren-de- agency has not rocoived tho attract this spring and summer. M.A, a. I.. M. bu for 47 yetn1 On motion, the rent Hall Is building, Clinton stroet, oppo- tention it merits. Au organisation fixed as follows: For 1 of the City $17 0l, cured tNMosaTlcM, aitioi'snrrs. exhibition, The Dnnghtcrs of Hoboccn, Shortly nftcr noon, Monday. rjickman. garble Works, having this object tu viow nnd for 2 exhlhillona $.10 00, and $10 00 tor uTirarsia.iica itiiDACili-oi- t M. Btoro, ArriTiTt, Soua. Stomach, r.ir. I. O. O. P., of this city, will givo Gou. Harrison was inaugurated site nro B. Shaw'a togrocery Watch-or- , called tho 'Society for tho Proper prepared nT. T U. lttj.ul. PiilcrM. K. repair and each suhjequent exhibition by Ihe same AT nu candy pulling, HICKMAN', Church, Adams, Tenn., wnlnt-'- l President, according to all tho Marltnl Disposal of Young Women, company; $7 00 e.icli for dances and home Clocks, &c, with uuoh t mown nave ncn j,iU but nt tho Y. M. O. A. Itooms. forms, legal requirements, nud despatch. All work neatness nnd who think thoy want to write entertainment. (Succcisor to Fuqua & PcBow,) lor your cnalne M. A. guaranteed. B. C. Llvtt Mtdkloe. I hSTr In connection with tho candy pull- customs. There was nu iminoiiHO Wo are receiving, dally, a largo novels and go upon tho stage, nud On motion, Council adjourned DL'ALER IN samellrers had to subltlluta .k OEALEX IK W. U McCOTCUUN, C. C. ing thoy will lmvo neck tics for crowd, a grand and Imposing paAttest, 'a,' "Zeillo's tUW'ht your um, t stook of Jewelry, Watches, Clocks, cugngo in walking matches nud but it doot aaswtT Hale, in envelopes. 10 cents cnoh, rotic, the occasion only marred by STAPLE AND FANCY Rf-Italian and Amkuican Marbli purpotc" REGULAR MEUTlNO. Instruments, &o., which missionary enterpriser, aud aro M0NU1IKNT8, TOMB AND OKAVB the gentleman nulling cutidy with a driving March ruin, compelling Musical offer to tho public nt a re- othowiso dying with missions, Dr.J.R,Cnvs,Bitx TV will 5i.AIcaiihU.Tinn. tin- , .. STONES. tho lady wearing the apron to tho President and retiring Presi- wo Hickman, Ky., Maroh 6, 1880. would be a boon to our comreceivtas racKirs oi yovrLWef Medicine, sad lnvt uisd haltol IL In Sleek, a fine lot of nmtuh tho color of his tie; or, if dent nud all tho others, to tuo um- duced prlco. Evory pioco of Counell met. Present, Councilnion, munity." Louisville Coinmoroial. &o., sold by uo Ilwoikt tik a charm. Iwintotr HAVING Italian Marble, aia proAKn thenugh-out- . ho liker, can buy another envelope brellas and httKr Llvct IleKulsicr sad n: uainagc, larKcr, suw, ballD, .itaxwell, as reprusontedi ua more ol ZUla's siutanf nu niiuuru. r,rfi to fill ah orders. Call and examlns nnd take another ohnnco. The Tho now President Ih how A Oountky editor cIosob his Rcspootfully, mr wrk. The proceods will go toward buying n In tho full porsessloii of nil the financial roviow with tho remark: VTilburnMayor being Absent, Councilman itiCKVAiV, Ordsri freai tht eouatry promptly KKttrucrcr. waa called to regalia outfit. Aduilaslon free. power nnd authority of his great BROS. "Money is close, but not nuite' The minutes of thotbe chair. ll lait melting, with KveryboJy invited. frb8 office. close enough to tench." Ijr riai lire is a call. jaf.3) . bst3 nut ani,ndnirnts, and of the adjourned p. WfeXt-RELIABL. . - m l""" - I Insurance 4J-l- 't f s Look ! at This ! work-manshl- M rPIJIE SH0ES of ISorth America, of Fhiladei)l.ia; Francisco; Fcnnsylvania, of Amcridan. of New York; Fireman's Fund of Hartford; llibernid of New Orleans; Fhilttdciphin; Hartford, San Frari Oakland Home, of Oakland, Cal.; jancafiliircs of England. . J . Jt Courier Job MUTUAL LIFE INSURA1TCE COMPA1TT, Mysx. J3 C Als n. e to V e JXm title Old tffii LOCAL NKWS. iq. :m.:kkcj; x 4TRAVELE R S'kiv c;oJLaLjfL.i"!K- j:.i9x.MimJt4bJL W 'SMITE. &LLI SOI r . (Couil.r-Joiuii- & ASSETS OF COMPANIES OYER $220,000,000. Hickman Machine o rcsi-den- oilt'llJ. Workf, meet-lo- g Jno. Pipe-Fitting- a- -- VT. Morris A Co. PROPRIETOBS. -' praci-ctU-J I - con-crruin- g nunu-fadori- cs Stavo-Saws- -- nouso-fluentl- y 1 col-Irng- --- $10,000 Dry-Good- Al WffiM Hick-nu- n, JbCX.3C U 0. ! IMPORTANT! It I- C8-7- Premium Nurseries THE OLD RELIABLE! CIIAS. A. HOLOOMBE, 1DICIIS, audi-enc- o Assignee's Notice! Kvtvti-vlll- I ij'fe tli It jhc :c jjc j 3r, tLB""".,l"i' lt p Ciiin-inercl- rata-e- to c Dry (joods R, and falCand winter BIIfMi, iwews Cou-KIK- rai-K.- HOOPING A SPECIALTY, l. y k - MtillRELL. A. F. OLIVER, d mmii b-- n 1 JIi-tii1- ASTONISH YOU! sub-flcrlptl- top: r Ton-ncsso- po'-livel- y 1 Ml W 1 W J. F. GRAY'S, - I'He-t- , o iTHATFIEHf I Is- Drug-Bl- t. prno-titiono- r. fehS-a- w d t, EEB EIIE Confectioneries, KAMAGE, MU-das- Jow-elr- GROCERIES 1 , - I water-proof- s 1 -, I . BUCK l . nsi ri s$IfJit ?-- tijtnf MaUtts)llftas4i, ' .. mnib91HnHIBiriBHk n BU ' mi., r.jaBSjstfflBsSEr. t? ... Jl3BSEfl illifg'lmrMmfTTI ----- - t- - lyyjgggBWi TMlTgltMB ' I M ' HM ilX. nfiMM aw .a Lxajfj- I m l5CTIJAti4' ! - r . ft I1 .3 r r ! . a 1 i IE I f . ft it 1 T i J i J m i j ? 1 'fttf ) m iJE. i 1 Ei k W Hi' South Amorlca, lot tha European stay In carcass ot one who cursed the world. buropp, let the Atittlo ttay In Atla, let Aged, near six thousand years. Departed the African ttay In Africa, tut America It this life for the perdition whence It came. Ono Blood of All tho Nations or for hie, I think It It the prior of Ihe No pence to Its ashes I" Now, In view of thtt tubject, I have two whole earth. I like its cirr'ts of grass tlio Earth. and lit upholstery of th front window, point blank words to utter, one suggesting nnmely the American tunnse, nnd the whnt foreigner ought to do for u, nnd the rtirro Is No t r.tr Tluit Our Territory H 111 upholstery of the back window, namely other what we ought to do for lorclgnor. lii) Orfrrrnwilril, l'or Vi Cnn l'lml nt you First, to foreigners, lay aside alt npolo-getl- c the American tunsot Now 1 Itoutu for All Hie AVorlil nml all to ttay out and keep to yo.tr places " nlr, nnd renl'te you hnvo as much io hinrF I am sure tho father of Ibe whole huright at any man who was not only him man race, woull hoar ot It and ch'stlss-ineiself born her., but bit father nnd hit Dr. Tnlm.i?o rreachoil in the rirooklyn grandfather nnd hit earthwould Iny morning on the tub quake, or ooint and, whether by I'nliernricle Hun g before him. Aro yon nn Englishman! flood, or drought, or be reserved for ct: ''Shell America Though during the Hovolutlonnry Wnr grassAinorlcnnsf" A lilt lermoni nro now hoppers, or awarnit of locuit and destroying nnsjel of pestilence, your fathers treated our father's roughly, In every language of liuropj translated God would robuke our selflsbneis ns n naEngland hn more than nttoned for thai t'ul many languages of Ail, In hli tion and say to the giving to this country nt least two may b (ecu persona fioin many 'This world Is my four winds of Heaven: by house, nnd the North denominations of Christians, the Church it IT rent nations. After an exposition of American It no more my chiM than . the of England nnd tho Mothodltt Church. Hi; Scriptures ha gavo out tlio hyuint Houth American, nnd the K'Tjpcnn nnd Witness the magnificent liturgy ot t ib Lord, nwalio, awoke! Arm of the Asiatic, nnd the African. And I built the one nnl the Wesleynn halleluI'nt on Thy strength the nations shake! this worM for nil the children, and tho jahs ot the other. And who shall T x', Acts xvll, irt: "Ami hath mvle of parlor It theirs, and all It their." For, ever pay England for what Shakespeare ono blood nil nations " Tint Is, for sonn let me say, whether We will or not, the and Jehu Milton and Wordsworth nnd reaon genernl phlnbotamy were orlrel, population of other lands will Mine her. n thousand other authors havo done for end standing in n row were nn American, There are harbors all the way from Ilnflln's America. Areyou a Scotchmtn? Thanks an KiRlisbninii, n Scotchman and an uny touiiveston, ana Kyou shut ufty gates for John Knox's Presbyterlanlsm) tho balIrlshmin, n yrenclnuan, a Germin, n Nor- thcro will be other gates nnguarJed. And ance wheel ot all other denominations wegian, nn Icelander, n Spaniard, an If you forbid foreigner! from coming on And how shall Americans ovor pay your a ltuttlnn and represontn'lTis of all Ibe steamers they will toko sailing veuels. land for whnt Thomas Chalmers ollirrnrttlonallttos bared their riht nrm And it you forbid them conilnjon tailing native and MacIntoh and Robert Burns nnd and rt lancet vero it'Jck Into It, tin blool vessels ther will ccme In bouts. And If Christopher North and llobert McCheyn let out would hrtvo the inme character- you will not let them come In boats they nnd Candllsh and Guthrlo have done tor istics, for It would be red, complex, fibrin, will come on rait. And If you will not Americans! Aro you a Frenchman! Wo plobullne, clilcrlne nnd containing sul- nllow wharfage to the will leave your Lafayette, who la the phuric ncld, VotaJs'um, p'lojphate of It outside Sindy Hook raft they for free can not forget time of our American and rnvgnosla and so on, nnl Harvey Araerlci. Stop tbtmT Youtwini ns well most doiperate York turrendered nnd our might New end Sir Astloy Cooper and Richardson pass a law forblddlng'K twarm of summer nrmtet Hying In retreat, etpoused our and Z'mmermifn and and beet from lighting on tho clover top, or to cause and at llrandywlne and Monmouth nil the scientific doctors, allopathic, homeunJereter-lin- t pats a law forbidding tat tliles of the opathic, hydropathic and electric, would Atlantic to rise whon;t)i moon, puts and Yorklown puta'l America cnn not we .obligation. And ncrie wl h l'aul as, standing on 'Mars Hill, under it liver grappllng-hooks- , or tho coming to tho rescue his pulpit a rldje of Umsitone rock fifty a law that the noonday sun should forget and fnthvt llochambeau feet li gh, and nmong tho prouJeit and not irradiate the atmotphertA They have ot our thousix most exclusive ani undemocratic peopto come. Tboy are coming uov. And It 1 hit French fbet with Aro you a German! sand armtd men. of the earth hecrag'ied Into all tlo'r preju had n voice loud enough to bnoard across Wo have not forgotten tho eleven woands dices by declaring In the words of my tex the seas I would out It tu'tli utmost. ! (rough which your llaron in Kilbponrr.1 IhatOoi bad mado "of one Mood all im J.ot then comil You lon nnd err: ul Ma lire Mood at Ihe head ot Ihe Maryliana." Tfie counfenanca of ffio Arernotfs ttlnarv. celflsh. ilir,"r;u-up- , blasted souls land nnd Delaware troops In Ihe disas of (be human family may be different as i who tit befor your llver dinner plate wo at Camden, nud r.'sult of climate or oluc.itton or habits, piled up will: breast of roa't turkey In- trous battle streets ana our after anahavo our cities and tbi Malay will have the projecting carnadined with crnnlierry, ytur fork full nnmed our we upper--jasr,- . and th) Caucasian the oval and youf Jiotilh full and cramming down counties, after htm owo base not pal J a Germany for his face noil small mouth, and the Ethiopian the suferabnndance till yourdlges'.ho tltha of what we Aud what about the retreating forehead and largs lip, nn 1 organr are terrorized, let the millions ot valor and Martin Luther, the giant German who tho Mongolian tho flat too and olive hue, yourfellow-mehave at least the wishing made way for religious liberty for nil nnd the Auisrk-nIndian the boiv. lauds and nges. Are you n Pjlnndrr! -, complexion, lu the blood Is the samo Hut tome ot this cry, America for How can we forget our brilliant Count nnd Indicates that tho nil had one origin may arise frciu nn honest fear lest nnd that Adam and Kto wore their ancoi-to- r tlilt lanl be overcrowdeL Each ponont Pulaski, whose bones wero laid In river after a mortal wound got and ancestrrs bad better take the Northern Pacific or I think QjI built this American conti- Union Pacific cr Southern Paclftu or At- while In the stirrups ot one of the charges of fiercest cava'ry tho nent and orgaulfd tbli United .Statu lantic and Charlotte Air Ltaeior Texas revolution. Hut with todemomtrate tho stupendous Idea and Santa Fe, and go n long journey and American to I particularise time of tho text In A man Tenia find out that no more than a tenth pnrtot no of men will always remain a IVrslan, this continent Is fully cultivated. It a lay: "All hall tothe hereand women a man In Switzerland will always re- man with a hundred acres of farm land oihtr lands who coma all with lonost ob Igntlon to main a Swiss, a man in Austria will al- should put all of his cultivation on one purpose!'' Renounces forei-.deniw's. Take the oath of Amerways remain an Austrian, but all foreign acre be would be cultivating a larger ratio ican alleg mice. Get out your naturnlla nationalities omlng to America were of his farm than our nation ii now occupypaper. Don't Inlk against our lobe Americans. This Ian 11 the ing of tLe national farm. Pour the whole foci itiai you came here ch?:!c! !wOihj i,ri furrgn tnoits human race. Europe, Asia, Africa and all and stayivi (he that you like ours better shows r le be Isrxtricably mlxoJ up and ince tho islands of the fa, Into Amerpreju llcss and race antlpithles are to ica and there would be room to than any other. If you don't like them there arj steamers going out ot our ports parish, nn I Dili sermon Is an axe by which sjnr All the Hocky meuatatn n moit every day, and the fare Is cbs.ip, Ihoreto help kill them. It Is not hard and all Ihe other American yes ssesm i, , usuitsca rsr par;. for mo In prerh nrli n rgnn9 L? ani as ueseria aro io ue irrtnu-nimy nncestors came to this ciuntry Salt Lake City and much of Utah once ing civiliti t, I bid 0'j Hut it you like it here, then I cbnrgAot, about two hundred an I fifty ye irs ago, y Ielde 1 not a blade of grass, now,' by artiseme of them cama' from Wales and some ficial Irrigation, have become gardens, a at tho ballotbox7ln legislative ball, In from b'cjtland and somi from Holland a large part of this continent is Do poor to churches and everywhere, be out und out nnd somi from other lands, mil I am n crow even a mullein stock or a Canada Americans. Donot trytoes'nbllsh herettie mixture of u many nationalities Ibat I feel thistle, will, through art.flc at Irrigation, loose foreign Sabbaths or transcendentalism spun Into a religion of mush nnd moonat home with people from under every sky like an Illinois prairie wave with and have a right to call them blool re- or like a Wisioasln farm, rustle' with" corn shine, or forolgn libertinism or that of all thievery, ecoundrellim, s lations. Tlioro are and patriotic tassits. Beside that, after po, haps aeon-tur- y and perd.tlon which in Iluilunatics in tb s ccuntry who are over and or two more, wien this continent Is hut, murder Nihilism and in Franco sla Is called anon crying out: ' America for Amerquite well occupied, the tides ot Immigraand Ip America called Anarch-lm- . icans." Do a n with the Germans! Don tion will turn the other way. Politics and Unite with us In making by the I Djivd with On Jews! governmental affalrj being corrected on with the grace of God the fifteen mil Ion square Down with the Chlnoul are In somedirec-lion- s the other t de of the waters, Ireland unfsth-mtho popn'ar crlei, a I of wh ch voc regulation turned Into a gar- mltet ot America on both ti lei Ihe der of Panama the paradise of virtue and I would drown out by tho fu orden wl I Invite back another generation or gan of my text, wbllo I pnll out tho stops Irishmen, nn the wide wastes of Iluisla religion. My other worl suggest i w. ought'to do tor forolgno s B and put my foot on the poJnl that wilt open liro'jgh; from under despotism will, with tha loudest plpss, nnd run my flng-r- s OTer har o u green fields, iuvile bac't nnoth-- r nil possible means explain to them cur Coming here, tho vast ma j all tho four btnks of Ivory keys playing generation of ltusttam. And them wH of them know about at much concern thechait, 'Go I hnfl made of on tlool be hundreds of thousands of Americans ing republican or democratic form of all unto is." There are not flvdiionln every year settllngon thoothrrontlnents. y this nu l.enco, no.-- any nudienci In And, nf era number cf centurl.'s, all the Government ns ycu in the United Stitoi about politics of Djnmork or France Amerlca,except .t be on an Indian reservaearth full and ctoaded, what thsuf know tion, w bo were not descended from for- Well, at that time iooio night a panthor or Italy or Swltzsrland, namely nothing. liberty them to that eigners if you go far enough inct. The wondo.'injr Ihe Iloavena Explain lib-rtmeans to only natfre Americans are the Mod c, will put its paw on our world and stop II, lr. this country do right, but not liberty to do wrong. Do BhiwnoJi. the Cilppewns, tho Chero-keand, putting its panther tooth into Ihe Never In thtlr presence tny any thing ILeL'hlckostws, tho Himlnoles and neck of its mountain range, will shake It land, for, no matter sue l lik'. If the principle Amsrija only llfeleisas tho a rat. So I have against their native I ove been oppressed how much they miy for Americans be carried oat, tlun you no more fear ot America being In that native land there are sacred and 1 havo no right t) bo here, and vi had than that the porpoises In the At- there, or mansions, around whoss b:tter charier all the steamers and clip- lantic Ocmn will become to numerous as places, cabinsplayed, and porhnpi somedoors they per and m n of war and yachts and to ttop tb pptng. they thore li a grave Into sloops and get out of this country as qilrk It Is through mighty nddltloaof fcrtlgn where like, whon life's tolls arowhich to le over, ns possible. The Pilgrim Fathers were nil population toour native population that would for It It mother's grave, and ll Immlgrants.iho Ungueaots all Immigrants I think God it going to till tbiriamlwith n let down, would be like going again Into tho loving Tho cradle of most every one of cur famiraca of poople 0.1 per cent, super or to any arms that first held them and against the ly won rocked on the bank of the Clyde thing the world hat owr aeon. IntermarI I cr fit Ulilne or tho Shannon or riage of families nnd Intermarriage of na- boiom that first pillowed them. My my low down a man must Iho Belno or the Tibar. Ilnd tio watchtions it depreaslng and crippling. Ma- how ted to havo no regard for haveplace Ihe word, "America for Americans" been an rriage outtlde of one's own nationality and rockol. Don'i early and successful cry, where now t and with another ttyls of nationality Is a whore bis cradlo wa brogue or their stumour cltlei would have stool Indian mighty gain. What makes the Scotch-Iris- h mock their bling attempts at the hardest of nnd rnno-- s Instead of steamers second to no pedigree for brain nd nil languages to learn, namely, the would have tracked tbj Hudson and tho stamina of character, to that blood goes language. I warrant that they speak Cr and, Instead of he Miss right up to the Supremo Court Ilencb and Eugliih ns welt at you could Inlk b'ouidl-navlaslpp being the ma u artery of the contiIn jurltpru lence and to the front-ranTroat tbera In America at you nent. I', wjuld have bean only a trough for merchandise and nrtf Decause nothing deer and antelope and wild pigeons to under heaven cnn bi moro unlike than a would like to be treats I, It for the tako ol dijni out of. Whit makes the cry of Scotchman and nn Irishman, and the de- your honeit principles or a bot'er liveli"Amerlrn for Americans'' the moro absurd scendants of these two' conjoined nation- hood for yours?If or your family you had nn I the more Inhuman it that some In this alities, unlets rum flings thorn, go right to moved under the shadow of Juogfrau, or Hlgl, or the Giant's Causeway, or the country "Who themselvos nrrlved herein the p In every thing. AH nationali the Ihoir biyhood or nrrlvo I here only one or ties coming to this land the opposite will Ilohmlnn Forest, or the Franconlan Jura. om of them are, two generations back aro joining In the nil the while be ataanc-d- , cad French and It they get homeilek, cry. Ki npad ftf m foreign despotism! German wll) unite, and., -- that will tnggest to them that God Is as near to themselves Jbsy sny, 'Shut-thbetween them. help them hero at He was near thorn be. door of stop nil the Aiuarrol i csps f cr Cher- -" Gslliiig themselves on and will call fore thoy crossel the Atlantic, and that thoy one child the soul's final flight Is lets than a second, enr shoioi in a frm the ship, Alsaca an I tho other Lorraine. And ttieo: siylag, "Haul the !,oa!ou tho beach Spaniard will unite wl h cold- - whether from the beach of tho Capstan a'nl I't Uiereit of the passengers go to the liln.lM.l Piilanil.. f. w ,1 .n, II n t If Tlnla. .Sea or the banks of Lake Erif . Evangel re Mtora!" Men who Lava yet onthema twlth matter of fact 'o;weglan, and a bun- - tbur adult through the churches nnd Hjot.U r Uerinan or English or Irish Ylred and fifty yetrs from now Ihe race their children through tht school I, nnd let lr. gue crlng cu', ' America for Am-r- i. crcipying I bit land will bo In stature, In hemo mlssjons and the trnct toclotynnd cant!" What If the native Inhabiting of purity of complexion, In liquidity ot eye, tha'Illble translated In all the languages of Heaven, I m an the nngels, the cbjrublm, In gracefulness ot polio, In donivltko those foreign people havo fu'l swing, lh sernphln.i born th"re. thcu d stand In biow, in taste, in Intelligence and In asCbiislIan patriots that Instead ot Vn,. th? fcrclgu thognt? and when they see u i coming up morals so far abend of any thin; now being an element of at tho liiilstioul 1 say: 'Gobickl Heaven known on either tide Ihe teas that this peoplo thoroughly evangoll.--. 'd will be defense against alt the worl 1 fur tho Heavalilaua!" last quarter of the nineteenth centnry will Of c urie. wo do well not to allow foreign seem to them like the dark ages. Oh, then Tho Congress ot the United Statos recent' nations to make this country a convict col- how they will leglsUtn an) horgnln and ly ordered built new forts all up and down ony. IVo would havo a w all I ullt at high pray and preach and govern I This Is the cur American coasts, and n noiv navy Is m Heaven anl as deep as hall ngalnstfor-e!g- n land where, by ths ming.loff cftb races, about to bo projected. Hut let me any that tbltvcs, pick) ookels and Anarchists. the race prejudice is to get Its death blow. )3X),03),000 exp)dl In coast defenses Vft would not let thrm wipe their fret on How Heaven feelt about It 'we may will not to so mighty as a vait foreign the mat of the mtslle iloor of Castle Gar- conclude from the ftct that- - Cbr.st, population living In America. Wltti den. If England, cr Ilutila, or Germany, the Jew, and destended from a Jew- hundreds of thousands ot Germans In orYance, rend bore their desperadoes to ess, t nevertheless provided ai'rellglon New York Germany would at toon think i, 'get clear of wa would have these tor all races, and that raubtbosgh pt botubthelllna; lUrlla ttaklnn despsrndoos tent back In chain to the a Jew, beiatnt tho chief nppstlo of us. With hundreds of thousands of places where Ihsy came from. We will tho Qsntlte-- , nnd that recently Go'J has Frenchmen tn New York France would not hnva America become tin dumping allowed to burst lu ;londor upon the at- at toon think of firlnj on Paris. With piaee ror foreign vngitiionnisin. llat you tention of the world Illrsch, tho Jew, who, hundreds ot thouiands ot Englishmen in I tiltil up n wall at tho Nnrrnwt Now York El gland would ru toon think 1.0),rtfO before New after giving to York Harbor, or at the Golden (late before churches and hospitals, his called a com- of destroying London. The mightiest deHnn Fiancsco,nndfrrbld the coming ol the mittee of nations nnd furnished thorn with fense ngalntt European nations Is a wall g industrious and 10,000,000 for schools to elevate bl t race In of Europeans reaching nil up nnd down and honest populations of other land who want to Fiance nnd Germnny nnd llussU to higher the American Continent, a wall of heads breathe the air of our frvo lnstltutlonsand Intelligence, nnd abolish, as hj nyt, tho and hearts contecratod to froo gpveri)-mon- t. get opportunity for better livelihood, and prejudices against thlr racs-lhe- so A bulwark ot foreign humanity It Is only a juo illon of lime whn God wll not given In a Inst will and testaheavod up nil along our shores, reinlumblo tbas wall flit o.i cur own heads ment and at a time whn a man must forced by the Atlantic ocean, armed thundsr-bjlt- t with the red-hleave bis uioaey anyhow, but by donation as It Is with tempests and Carribbean of Hit Indignation. You are a father nt fifty-fiv- e years of age and In good wblrlwlnlt and giant billows ready nnd you have five children. The parlor Is health, utterly eclipsing all benevolence to Dlog mountain' from their catapult, Ihe best room In your house. Your sen since the worll was wo need ai a nation fear no ono in tho created. I conPhilip tayt to Ihe other four children I fess there was a timo when I must e entertained universe but God, and If found In Hit ".low, 'John, ycu llv In the small room in race prejuclce, but, thanks we need not fear Him. At t'x hunGod, the ena of the hall and stay there; that prejudleo has gone, nnd If to I tat In dred million people will yet tit down at Oeorge, you live In the garrH and stay church nnd on one tide of me was a ojr national tab'e, let Go 1 preside. To there) Mary, you live in tho cellar nnd black man, and on the other thsre the metal of our mines, stay tboret Fannie, you five In tu kitchen was an Indian, and lefore sldo' of me Him be dellcatod harvest field, the fruits a the sheaves ot our nie and ttay there. I Philip, will take the Chinaman, and behind me a Turk, was of ptr'or. It suits me exactly. I like the be as happy at I nm now standing" I would cf ourorchards, tho fabrics oar our manuobservatoIn tho factories, the telescopes of ptcturei on the wall. I like tho larabre-qpretence of this brilliant audience, songs I the volumes ot our mat the windows. I like the Axmln-stero- n am as happy now ns 1 cnn be and and ries,our churches, tho llbrarlos, Ibeof our alTtutlont live. ot the floor. Now. I, Philip, propose The toor.erwe this corpie o't raco hearts, and alt our lakei become baptismal to occupy this parlor, nnd I command you prejudice burled, the Lcnlthlsr will be our fontt nnd nil mountains niton ot pralio ta stay out. 'i'ht parlor Is only for American atmosphere. I,et our valleys amphitheaters of worYou, tho father, hear of this ar- a apade, and let us dl? each one fetch and all country, having become lit rangement, nnd what will you do You on down deeper nnd doeper grave clear ship, nnd our got fifty nations consolidate I In one, may Its will get red In the faco and tiy; "John, nt fardownas the center oftill we a pulsation of gratithe earlii every coma out of that small room at the end of and halt wny to China, but no who made "of ono blood at. the hall; Georgev coma down out of the lost It polton those living on furthor, tude to Him ransomod that blood by the other garret) Mary, come up from the cellar) side the earth, Tben Into this grave nations" andthe last drop o)ils own. the paymtnt of Fannie, come out of the kitchen and go let down Ihe accursed carcass race Into the parlor or anywhere you choose) prejudice and throw on It all of the mean com' TiiEnB It tuch n and Philip, for your greediness and thlngt that have ever lieon said and' writ-to- n Ing out of sorrow, dlffcrcnco betweenfor ro. merely thankful behavior, I put you for two hours Let wren Jew and (lentlln, botwetn Her, and coming out of torrow full of lu the dark closet under; the stairs." God Turk and Itusslan, butweon and .sympathy with nnd trust In Hlra who hat It the Father of the human race. He has French, I.etHeon Mongolian English amantl-Mongollnn- , released ut.rif!flpi llrofJis. at least flvo tons, a North America, aHouth between blnck nnd wlilt,ani America, a European, nu Asiatic and an put up over that grave for tombttono Ocn wlshot ore prosentlmonts of tho ca Afrlcau. Tho North American inllTs the tome scorched and Jigged chunk of' e pabllitlet which lie within ut, and harbrests and ho sayt to bit four brotbtrs end spit out by some volcanic eruption and binger of thtt which we shall bo In a, to'ptrform.-Oosl- he. I 'iters I "tot tho Booth Amtrlctn stay In chlitjonJjJorjplUphiUtr th TAIiJIAfiK'SSEKMOiN. WELL OFF. Woet VlrRlnlrt Now Han Tliroo y DY WHOM SAID. Govoruors. Gotrnrnl Cnrr lake the Oath or OITIre, )lut Wilton Will Itutd It Till the Courts Decide. CiiAnt-ESTO- it OotT, 1. Va., Itepubllcan, nnd March ft. heaven-darkouln- lte.1-In- Tlrown-H-qaa- -- e. n coppjr-col-ore- d ' Amer-"can- Instl-tuS!- ss . !! good-b)eno- mad-cap- dllT-re- nt 1 1 ly or y, e, rat-terri- ove.-crow- el do-se- wig-war- En-glt- k. tip-to- -- life-bo- -- lie-Jol- th-n- tor-vic- u gt Philip-ptnm- ." lienrt-throb- m tco-ris- n tj JK9 AND I0MA0H UCH AS WI.K. .1."tSSS.TM Ktisioiamit It a great leveter of pride ll IodlinUon, Sourttamae'i,TBOUDLM Ktntta, JIIMlAlKl.l, Ustitkura, has been discovered that "lady" original y iliaaaa, CtniUjatlca, Juliana aftar taUaf, OH. i iHMftHc ri k mount tho "kneader of Iho Irotf," or, lu plain RliUt la tha Nauth atd 4laarrMals ttat afar tat language, tho rook. "Iord'1 really meant Inf. NamiiiauiaiiilL.w.'Jrirlta. b8etsetEl Woven Wire Fencing tho'keeperef tho loaf." ! At Imlrri or t l Sl mulliM( fnh I ( WIRE Esfc isjUi f c n (! ,'i", J'UVXwalwim f iIVIiii RonaSnlvoBO Indeed " The rnblio Awards tho I'alm to tls.es IhTcHaRUJ A. VOOELER CO., Btttlmort, MJ. Q as He Tuts tn the Korrlmoii Approving llllli, Wb nro Indebted to Collcy Clbbcr for the Honey of llcrehoinid and Tur forcought tsM ' ' ' '" ' ' s and After Inanguratlnn Uoet to Beerr-Inr- y agreeable Intelligence that "Hlchnrd It f 1'iko's Tootlincho Drops Curo In ono minute. Falrchlld'i lleatdencfv. again." Tits California Leirlslaturo has evolvetl n Wahiunotox, March 6. "Or two evil I havo chosen tliolcnst," now wont. It Is "diniequlblilo," meaning a Cleveland' part In yesterday's ceremonnnd "Tho end must Justify tho means," nro Hank attack on n main ijuettion by critu.s ies closed when the party returned from Matthew Prior. ing some minor ilctnil. to the White House from the CapC.MrnHi.t, found that "Coming cventt itol. There he was joined by Colonel cast their shadows before," und "TIs disnnn Ron. to Lamont, and the two entered Secretary tance lends enchantment to tho view." All Maan.tw.lKv (ttm inatrh StT.f lit u. i.r dalrs Uiiiiaenf.( laimiit run tuinmaik.. rr- -, To Milio" wo owo "Tho paradise, cf Falrchlld'i carriage and were .driven dillll'Vlr1lllll'S IHlltS IIIIU M ('' C9, rect tothe latter't residence on New Hamp. fooI," "A wildorncss of sweets," nnd When sprlnz trrrnadiea, It Isverr lniwrtntlhsl iriND VM1Z srssNS Tuisrsua t,arMwk Ihe tlotxl shouM be purl8el, as al Ihlt mon Im' -thtre avenue. Mrs. Cleveland preceded "Moping melancholy nnd moonstruck LATEST STYLES parities vhlch htse Iwen uniullln lor month. them tbero about an hour. Presldnt or even sears, sr table to tntnlfrit llunil,f IN PKinESsnys: "Nona but tho bravo Cleveland bad a very busy morning, lit L'Art Do Lri Motto. of a tnd serlouilj street Ihe botlih. II wr remained hard at work until 3 o'clock, an 1 larger tho fair," "Men nro but children and rill Is undoaMo.ll ib -i I.I.h.) imrincr It 1 p toiiniin rl ILOW PRICE RAILROAD LANDS & growth," and "through thick pels errry ttlnl, drlres out crrtnlnus lnioiors, sml I lllT ritis ii sin t was up and at work again at 8 Ihlu." ti'Kk iioiimia. FREEIIINh slTrslnlhe bliKM Ibt quality and lonevseiillallo Government LANDS. o'clock. of members 'ibe th ij junrNrwKWal. Ciintsroritzn Mamowb gnvo forth tho tow! hetllh. Now Is lbs lluie to lake arnl rrOr1fr llISA r.nia fvrlstifl lirilll.l Cflil rd.ll.ll.walllU.p..lrMiiUnr1.H ll.h- - IV.ttilefff in and rrn. lkti., W.M.I4P Al IIlJSr(MirhlaMOinaia.oflll Cabinet were with htm the most ot Imitation so often repeated by tits brothers CCHrl rUil rHr(Ttiir.l . i. SHlllT. fal.ll.Wr, OCPIU the time. A vast amount ot business was in a less public way t "Ixivo mo little, lovo iiimiu ana Ii1p r..l Itlkwutw .,k. UlfcltlM.n VIAtu Ml luara. SENT FNKK. A0.li... A Mrontnntlal.Mil 1aiA ni.H.lu. VI I.1IIJ UIO long." , uuiutrct . will "My daughter ftrrert--l IcrilMy Mllh tnn tjti risss riw rrst wr t a,phac . iiunnnu tatumimrnitiiMv. t- - rAUb. aniraaa. I nm-- t Iikka.!..! r tnnrav,.! th r oidook tells us of "A good baler," and eaateO br vcrcruU lhhivr. W wrr nbhaM in """ waiai tais un.v.i.i, rariafi...'wa. kerp hr ul of Khol tot two vrsr& Ww had con- - I Mackintosh, (n UOt, tho phrnso often tb acs n,.mllng I tie Inter-Stat- o miHllral s'lrninncr, but he failed In iln relief bill, the tunlry civil appropriation, rtao'. nermdr 14 CUrrh Is tin triuutod to Judgo Handotpht "Wlso and At last, knowliif Ihsl llnxd's Parvaparilla bad rnred llal, I jwlral to I s, awl UimresV Ihe Indian appropriation, the deflcleuVy maiterly Innctirliy" OAKLAWN FARM. niy mother of rbeuniailitu, ami tlliTltii It mail be n appropriation bill, the TuouAsTAssm, a wt Iter of tho tlilrcnth fot.l for theblnil, I concluded to hate mrdsuxh PERGHERON bill, the army appropriation bll, century, gives us: nn ill wind turns ler try It, ami It baa entirely rurtd her ' anil the ngrlcutturnl appropriation bll. no pood," "llcttcr late than never," "Look CtinNtLH' YtAOta, ill Ksit lla Ftreet, PRLNCH LOACH N0.5E3. Msrshalllown, lows Alao Kvd forColdln triAllexl, iMPOIITtira. President Cleveland 'approved the bltl si era thou leap," and "Tho Mono that Is rolling HtaduSiti, liar 1 tier, Ae. Mmila. Purifies tho Dlood forfeit lands' granted 'to the State of Mich- cnn gather no moss." rrorit ( iuspi igan toatd In' tho constrnetlon of a'talV "FinsT tn war, first in peace, and first In " llool' Psrstpsrlll has currtl me ef sslt rheum, 300 STA M.IONHiVia-nlee-st.lUl . M9 till fSH.TTI tho hearts of his (i.ol bit whUtt t butt I..J f.'f rt.. 1 k linn It - a pn rv road from Marquette to Ontonagon. x cb"4r Kladtlrioi. and W tflHiUfi acirr l'H VVv' dldmrdleine. Ism Nyrars of Meanit luyskin la countrymen), appeared In the resolutions UIMI ITH'OHTKII Mas. ! alrfBijKVa-tfioT Inarf ' 1rtl Trll all ' presented to tho Houso of Representatives Jualassronutharnl fslrata plere of IIIIIM1II If tllllSl-OIUlua- l I AppeileJ Io thi Emperor. rAti,rAinikt.ri. I iltAClAlix.tioulliNorwalk.lVnn. MWT ii n ii wBHIcw will r ruiUU!;'. rums f anwut inn anV Tall Losnox, March . A few dayt ago Em- in jeccmbcr, trw, presented by General riti4 at oar. llrW4arw. Ml aia.iaar.ls. llrat (llljr. Trlrwl rtaMSSVItra Henry Leo. peror William received a loiter from a gill Trrmi )Ur. llon't llnywHiwit IrejocV llvtn; In DInaburg Hhelnlsh Prussia, ttat Inc tt!a Umxtrn pid ?t ili nilt i Sold byalldmstlst. .t SVLrtnUrnM t tl.tlifurtv ITioateJ niili FACTS FOR THE PEOPLE. Ing that her father w as a hope lea i Invalid I laMlaluurllt uf Alairrlris. by C 1, 1I(X)U CtUArotluMtrm, I wr I, Msta lktw,uvJIUuau.aadsirKUif J.kIa!t Ijw.. Vi rlllluul-.aisn- r lorn rrir iwall The veterans of the luto war nro dying at and that tho and her three listen, coma aal. ,l.lr-at t.nrll f IOO Doses One Dollar M. W. DUHilAM. tfAYNE, ILLINOIS. P. III imiim. iti ll. t a. vnrr. NATIoVAI. 'Aanin.tv.v, I. . prising the rest of the family, were detf tho ralo of 0,U10 a year sams ltaruaa riaw,na. E'.Wtt.ow'.H. tum TnnEE-nrtit- J of tho cotton crop is now and dumb, nnd therefore unable to obtati employment necessary to support Ihert. produced by whlto labor. O0U)MEDAt.rAKIB1878. i w.TTal The first Chinese divorce e cr granted io The wrlttr, as a Inst resort, prayed tha: yyi , America was at Denver tho other day. III Majesty would send thsm n " ,D""AitM r. II ITnt;!lD. I' 4ii, k4i.iWi.. IL iuuw ifn r t t ki.T cvin, if melted, loses nono ot 1U by the me of which tho coult rau r itisv, imikhii, a Tb HUro4 PffWaof Tt4ih sustain tboiustlws. The Emperor or lere' value. Silver ciln, if melted, loses much. lu briot within rir Fun tho next ono hundred and eleven m..Ur't rnitksrtB iblnfU tr (t iV 4 inlcrKf ani s machine to bo tent to tl cm Immediately. CDDIilf- - 'ccnts warico m irainuM a, httinltio r li j jmfti r astfsy years wo nro to havo tho figure nlnoin cwb s ".a f ktsVVAsK f f HOUSTON &,TEXA8CENT'LRY.C0 WttlTsT (I irk Hit Ift I lit HKttf tiMHio year. lil.iUMh V..I 'I 4arfs Cannrnisr Blown Io Pieces. Ontil.M Atn Mohtvi )IUK T, It. ' ' r It bulrnd.lrrmlt'l t flrrlJ' iaa The leaves of Iho fig tree have tho pron s pjw-- t a... EijZAHmitowj, ll.u, March 5 During I wit. i la - h ? I ar . H .lfc A, 4 Lands Ibe Itepubllcan jollification at Golccnda, crty of maturing gamo and meat huuji II L, yesterday, a cannon was discharged amoug tlicm. slofijr I'oit W ilh A . UelJCity U. lUllrwcf lU with M UUrtr IVour H w '. ir.ua, a i 1L llnnia 1 an. .ii'a( . prematurely, killing Charley Well, tit Is tho last days of NixiIcon thcro was at k iuul ioiuriii4 tmI u m ' b,.lr--l cannoneer, Instnnlly, nud's;verely Injur- sianyas 10,000 Americans in Paris. Now . i.aia'l'il IfjHiKl there aro no moro than 3,000, f llltsvllltllft, -s M liv, Ws4l1r, K f. ing Captain Oeorgo Shoop, who tas ..ii W4 Id frn r Tb Tiic thumbing tho gun. Well's rft arm was rlfly law library of Ccngreescontalns over ltvaiM tt ill strm nvl rw'J l,n U&4 vt tb im. t t lomrsftitr Mil tJ littttn ettrinliirt. thouiand carefully svlcctva volume i'vMt.Hnif CHI ntCQC ot torn from his lody, and tie was otherwise Mnrrialrrvs.oiKUl limt-- r ttsitt. t ir Tfctf r fttl4rlr yha gvtlhtt sU. n .nhuiv W. BAKER & CO, Dorcilcster, Mass. tsrttst,i., naUf(sM,iM. mangled beyond recognlt'on. He wet In exclusively legal In character. 4 d4 rirB hsrHf, rt ttrtaU, vtthri - w Tub current slang rA.t isii r jured by the tarns gun soveral year ta "in thoauthor ot thoPhilip Frencau, phrao s!luaft-i(-t ssMTtn-rtt- f b'sftllhr T&' ti ktjsll soup," was tho song vtrsrt-tiav- i tl iw4 9 jfA r writer of the revolution. So it is asserted jfniittsw ibni rwlitt4I''f It t mbr tlimnt, e Clerk nobs the Malls. ssUur wwli mil lcfftloo l irr rinj.aii" ( Tiikke EngliMimcn Isutrarsw -a have statues lu mln mrktl ,sfttrftwt with rfhmv(iti4 aitJUt iT..f al. uumiKw owaairwta Ml.x.NEArJU. MlX!t, March 5. Arthur Franco: Lord ilrougbam nt Cannes, Jenner l4tjj. ,s .. ! MIMilnJ ! J ."! i4.Liai. R. Walker, a clerk In the Reglt-tereLarjiHinac in sv11mi at Houlogno-sur-Mnnd Stubcr-pcarat ljlrT4r ! clmr- b aruilubu wtib m 't4..!.-- . r"ftiwttij t ttimiiTioVts"pLi-!;- i s ter Division of Jho Minneapolis uiiw uiriu " Paris. lktt-; ! ' ' wa arrested Hi's morning on the cbarie mrmiiU. lih ltttnrtslftrrl rn,fctt EiMPLOYwENY Tiir.8tato of Maine has given to other IvriitriUr lafermail) n t Utbrt ani Uwittu of robbing tho mall. He was held to tie Slates of the Uaicn over TW.awof hcrpeu IjACMtt COlltf, mJ to United Stales Grand Jury In SJ.001 bcndi He, while the population of tho Stale is but J. S, NAPIER, Vornon, Teias, The amount of bit peculations approachei M3.WO, Mbut tMrf (bcU rrparrltt-itt Acoonmsa to n writer In "Notes and C. C. GIDD3, Land Ag't, Houston, Ten. .Hi.,, ii Qaerict," tho regular duwn East Yankee Trantluilon Not SuceetsluL pronunciation caaio originally from Enacx. !H'rrAl. N. Y.. Marsh 3 Tho ycang ' England, whero It still llounshes. Itusslan, Wilt am liordaskt, who cut hit New Zealand olso Imiwrted tho EnglUh throat with a butcher-knif- e last Friday, sparrow, and now tha nativo birds havo ISUKD IIOIK MUCK nrta, (IrosM lata, Wsjit Costlj, yt.at.srN and uron whom the o, eratlon of transfa-slo- n been driven out and a reward of flvo cent Is blrto, Of nil the ll that human l'Va i.amtr lri-wa rtij, ll.ir., Alnlswrarw.nlai!miilaahaii4. of blood was performed, died at toe each is offered for tho death of every spar-m- v Scrofula moat prevalent. Very Ti w, lnle t, ca a isj.4 -l ,'Lr'..,,'i nunaitad lirailars hospital list nUbt He became a maniac He Is n living, chirping pestilence. are 011111x1) t tvq from eoroo taint of Ikrofxila. wss--sk VtiB lrnfcth of the Mississippi river has and died from exhaustion Vuuhk xiio of ih'llcalernnslllutloa arc often l FRENCH COACH HORSES. been placed ot 4,Uf) mile, but civ.l a III let id by iblsdlMO-w- , which Itwif " Arrests for Murdir. ' ing seers familiar with tho stream say that In serious form. The KUml nf Ihe r farm! 1 Pa., March 3 Deputies It bii shortened Itself over four hundred rroln, Lino.Mrn. etc Nvoma nlarm'J. rlthrr I s Mart.M bs f md W'JI do as well in persistently, or with slight Inij'alrmcnt of U'Lonnornnd IUuch, with two assistant. miles In tweniy uaJ.r S"rr- health. arretted Joseph and David Nicety, at their the twenty to come. a I. f IM Kv.MMi tokes her census In asingloday. homes, four mile toulu cf here, about six arwm-i- rl aU sattiMrwat cf Shci not only an expert In nil Governo'clock last evening, on suspicion ot havIk.timd ing bien connected with the Umberger mental statistical matters but iho la f rcU'-nlltcoino to nnrronrc-- J with terof und wni not watto tlino or money ulnui maUcr I hat nrnxx wrkiTttuFiJIalJi fjrmt l'sl't-fu- l murder and roblery. v" on a Uollous census, lly duo preparation sorx-- s my alxiapi or on ihe arms, Detnt!, Hlch. teirsaiil fut. the work can bo dono moro correctly by continuous and some CstS Mlner Falls Threj Huaarei Feet f an Inlcrmlltrnt itianutir. Ocraslon. done promptly. FfcAiwiJunn, N. V., March S William fmmmwaK9mmmwmmmmmwWmmmm and TwocEXTniicsngo not ono person in n ally Ihe tores K;oar ,la tho ear nnd Grime, a minor, white working at the and tbo rjr-a- rauslnir thousand wore wovon stockings; ono cent- on or mouth of an open mlneatL'on MMintnln, ury ago bllndnrt. I'lmples, rancorous irrowths, twol-lcnot ono person In Jlvo Joints, etc., ore other sj raplpins of tho ills slipped on the Ice and fell to Ibe tottom cf worothem; now not one person In hundred rstH9js1sflaHMk3B''' a thouIt tnut bo treattl throucb iho blood If Ihe shaft, three hundred feet below. Ho sand is without them; yet William I,ca, tho a iTinanrnt euro Is tn Im obtained. was intstantly killed, hit body btlng terri- int entor of tho slock lug-- f rame, could get no comWhnt Is more beautiful than a rlcti, soft ' VW!mW DWiirjiiirVjai bly mangled. , person to patronize his Invention, nnd ho pletion In man or woman' This cnn Nt ol UlriMl'inly by lb" eradication of all rcrnfuhrut died of n broken hnrt taints from tbo bhxxl by the erslstentuoot To Impiici Ihe Minltlr. 9 Dum.l.v, March 8. The Express sayt AGRICULTURAL 1 'sjEitiJ ATOMS. 7 ri ttoi n rit&kik)Sm MJbmr n t i Glndstone Is consUerlog a propcsil to UeiiCN) DISCSll Save and storo a full supply of fruit and jSL B move In the House of Commons a refusal vegnlnlilosj none nro so cheap as thoto ta. vovs taocca acw S 73BSBBVXtiBSBBBBV lad 1mW?' 1 . .'SSJSJSjrjajaTajaajaTjraa7Bajr3r to voto supply loGovernment Such a re- grown On tha farm. faW J.WW.VA' COW BRAND ami h"altri will foiioir. tie turo jour aWawusawKj- -' SS VwaEsaajaascw- SI aWl fusal Is tantamtunt to an Impeachment of hi saving scod mako It an Item to select eclls you only that prepare! by S0DAW8IIERHTU8. the M.ntstry. that which has rlcned first; with corn this J. A. MAORI: CO., Inwrf nvc, Mn. assxnulIK rvat. . I very Important. Caujhl li a Ruiilnj Swlleh. Si'esbino tho cropa before they nre made , Indiaxai-olisIf d., March 6. William Is working to disadvantage; so far as posSturm, a brakeinnn on the Lake Erie and sible, pay ns you go. while making a Western road Keep the young cattlo growing steadily. runn'ng switch, was caught and crushed Best authorities agree that ford goes " fbmmmBBssmmwommmmmmsmmtmmmm imiiiii 1 to death. He leaves a family. .; ' further Willi tho young animal than with jflrt ruml f ftift rp btpsrntrr tiJiviIn ,lnmMpTi'-fi- t lllord ol4a )to old. with rurl hi f r t n 7 orrllfc General Sleveison Rsslgns. 4tnrMtrrurvanllIf.eh Itluwl PoikwMi I'fut Thrcwt Coughs, Colds, etc., CsUrlb Ib tql irltstTrUlh Kjdui(Uiu whi. h wai General Hteven-son- , WABIUNuruV, Murcli, ni'nsrrst o1vod fioVKU Y ur-Jeffectual relief Is found lu tho uso of Flrtt Assistant Postmaster-Genera- l, on Mn "JrouVs HnintMal TrocArs." 1'ricO J5 cts. n.i ytrt ro HvofnJ Atlsvrksnl tIhsl of rhiMrtrn.h dl.f t, hlr lhtT wrrt bi.lly afflli tta w(th has tendered bit resignation, to teko effect SM only tu txxrtt. w my family fhlrtan. tl1itiflUetrs.lmnwtf fpswin rtgrti n psrnQAdtwl latifHift upon the appointment ot hit successor. hf m Imi county pir. wcro only St I datlv newspapers In frttrr In iwjrtheflrti If il Tb, anlln riitsynt tm TiirnB ihurl butSM frrxit from tha country In 1S.'A onlv!W7 In Editor Mary Booth Dangerously III. 2 WILLIAMS, ..ilnirtAn.VtV 1S )S and In 1HT0, lsl In IhH, l,li3 In HwirT UrtrtrK lintlrly a rubl rrmMjr,sn4 New Yoiik, Mtrchfi. Miss Mary Uooth, January 1, Ibi'i. U lh only bU h hrfvtaa1l ln rminnllj ttwlt 1fltXItWitl) 1Ht) editor of Harper's liaior, is dangoroutly IX, Ciua. Iltsttev s,( h " Itsssra fniiro (rsm Annunlilcc nil other pllts. No purging or ScQst fwf Lew vl Cv THKHWiraMI'M'lkll'CO III at ber residence here. There Ss very pain. Act specially on tho liver nud bile. MliswKllXATL.DTA at little hope of bor ultimate rocovrry. Carter's LKUo Liver Pills. Ono pill u dime. Swlnllers Nil Safe in Bruitjls. A country editor closes his financial BnussKLH, JInrcu it Captain Hailey, with tho remark: "Money is close, but atlas Cook, an American swindl ir, was to- -, not qulto close enough to reach." day sentenced to six months' Imprisonment at hard labor. lr aflllcted'wlth Soro Eves uso I)r Thompson's Eye Water. Druggists sell It. 25c FOR LOVERS OF FUN. Not nalnglo baby has been born In Lib Ir I noted that although tho female c& crty, Ky., for thirteen years. Liberty has l&VA nlnn million ftttrm mhn ,trw.r.tt malm ol , a tx relation of TIM. much tuitt over It a tlio lien atiat'pretcnat " no nas just lain an out cnlna ncitrCgg. THE MARKETS. "War, John, whero did you learn tc f IMIifilATI. March 5. carvo so nicely I" asked a tudy, whoso foot. Cinmonll 31 Ther produce man had carved n turkey. "I used to bos LIVKBTOTIC-Ciiltl- oTJ (Hiolee bulchers -. '! ii tivertjrloorlnlrrrosslili chiropodist In Chicago, ma'am," replied I0 (t II V) dally hiisliie4. A every fnmllr iiicillilno, TO 4 M ti (Jood packeri John, proudly. household. lliejr nlionlil lo In 4 ,a U , RKi:i'tJMt to choice ' ,,. ,. ,. 5 OT it I M "Sir," snld tho missionary to tho depart, OM UVKIlYWIIEIti;. I, ID to chnlIng legislator, "I wish you would do alt In I.AM US Good I vo ii t .vi . .. 1'I.OUHramlly. .-.Do .... 5-TO- N jour power to reclaim tho poor rod man ol UHAIN- - Wheat No. mil...... U (ft M V) Q No. 3 red. tho West." "I will," said tho a K niUnl liirn-N- o. heartily ; "I'll begin with their reservations WAKOH SCALES, (1 'M Outs- - No. 8 luucd S first." lrsi Uir, ftutl llkristft, Mrtu ltre-N- o. Tar Uttrn s4 Httm Pi( nitisn Whe tho doctor placed his car to tho rd 10 f . Itor's heart nnd sadly murmured: "Poor ' 3) ftIO (loo.! leal i wu. J Mess fcllowi circulation almost gone 1" ho raised 1'ltOVIHIONH-ro- rk .... 8 To 8 Ml himself and gasped : " 'Tis false Wo have I.arJ Prime sleom ... 11 0 17 Choice s?rfff.'iMfifcK.: tho largest circulation of any paper In tha IlL'TTKIt to tliolcodairy. cnumcry .. 11 to Prima avris tais riru nor i m country!" tPI'I.KS I'rlmo. iierbiol ...i.,. 160 to J is I S to i "Tub Poet's Corner,'" ejacnlatcd Mrs. I'OTATOUS-l'er- bU ISaSTTaSBSBBSf Ely's Cream Balm NI'AV VOIIIC Bprlgglns, putting down her Westminster. Is tht beat remedy for talMrrn ..... 3 .f) Abbey guide-booit iu?Hlnln und Wrsfrn .- Wis im "Waal, I never I I (jIIAI.N A M Mieat-No- .3l surrerlnv from !.....YOUlfG WOMAN, thought they'd havo been satisfied with W'l Vn J rid... sij Cold in Head, Siiiics 41 corncrln' wheat, nn' drawed tho lino at p,..n Vo. i mixed, now nt my fuft ami my liamls-n- ot llko My faro trnj nil lioo n W it '' poets." Onls M'xed tallow; II 9) (l mess I'OIIK-N- ew TiiEr wero boasting or thctr ancestry. to i 0) Hiich atoroil saw there eomo tlmo Hlcam No wonder tucy thought mo nnilcallMl ma "My forefathers," said John, "camo over LAUD Western CIIK AIU nun. nfrlKtit; Apply Halm Into each nostril, from England In tho Mayflower." "And B 51 15 75 Bco my f rcsli clii,, ninl fm KCttlnif n dim- Wisconsin v nter .. Ho ono invtl liavo pimples nml akin gray ami f.l V linos., M H'.mn St, K. Y, my ancestry," said Pat, "kirn over from ri)Ult Wheat-- No t red . .. 1 lit II I01I't I.HA1N tallow, ( Quanostown on the sunflower. It's rrstbctlo No. Chicago bprlnif ..... ... OlltPl I don't look ut all like I ujctl to, I If slio'll tako wlmt 1 toot., nv'ry morn, ii1. a'.i 1 nm, begorra," Oom wa j know. luran, mid nlglit. Oat No. (In si "Lauiia," sold Mrs. Parvenuo on tho ho- roitK Most....-..- ....ti ... Oil TS'J tel piazza to her daughter, "Laura, go and I n".kctl tho (Jdlphtcil young tvoman wlmt alio referred to, and alio answered, HALTIMOItK ask the leader ot them orchestras to play a v makes s fti . . . . Dr. ricrco's Golden Medical Discovery. that 'sympathy fiom Moddlojohn' over FLoim-Fam- lly It i tho best bcautlllcr In tliu world, No. S U.J '.ft again; It's such an awful favorlto of mlno UIIA1N Whaat, IP U8KD BIPOWB CONPINBMtNT. because It pin lilts nnd enriches tho blood, aud puro rich blood gives good health, ... sii'ifi anv Mixed. lirn Mlied ..... and your father's, tool" J3 to 31 IIook TO "iluTUtRS' Ull Ili'Frfll. Oats ail '! 111iAi1r1e1.11 iiKut i.atiiii rM atla.nta, ua. nud good health beauty, Ax Eastern Jeweler recently received an fOUK-Mc- ss. .WW) Mill Ul'i HOLD lir ALLIIIIt'nOISTP. Pr. ricrrd's fioldrn Medical Discover' I gunraiitccd to curo nil Mood, ordor from a woman In Montana for tho bet lArri.K-i'lrstluj- llty , I UU i i sa ,, trrAm ran rsrtt "welkin ring" ho had in atock. He replied . 0 00 Skin nud Scalp Diseases, ns Hlotchcs, Eruptions, to s Tetter, Kmciiui, that bo didn't havo any, but that a good Scrof.ilon, sorc8 mj INntANAI'OLlK V) ..,.. DAY Krjjilpcliis, money paid for it will Svcllln(s, hi short, all diseases caused by bad could maUo a "welkin ring" 0IIAIN-WhNo t red blood, or bo promptly refunded. .11 for her on short notice, IJorn Mixed WANTED! to is' ; Oats Mixed- MinuEi.WAWisr.uiK nnd Anna Clchan. HIKU. l,wi'in ii.i.i-- . Copyrighted. Wm, by 1Yonua Dlsi'KNSlnv Mr.niCAf, Abrociation, Troprlr tort. liKM Tlrstwatar'a ka, Ignutius Clybowski and Aiinlo Wy ....... . IM ft M ;:"7.JsBttfW OIVCN AWAY ftAfalr to lit tl,tl.1.tI" hitinUac .i chenewka und Jau Htrzjzyutka nnd An- II.OtJK-- A No. t... iiwm MWW.wawwwaw??.waMaawawawwwwawwwww.MwwaMwwaawwwaawww.a..-Fvvrjr huistuiir buy from to Oi ....t ?' V s tonio Okilnsku, nro tho names of ibreo LlntiiTrrurutrrlturt7' (Vt. MiajkS rum-MiIn tUta) to iay w)itfc'sx Cfi Il'-I3C3ST ECEIjOs.X, ' couples married In Chicago recently. Mar. AWtA'.' ,fV a. igr niCKtjl ijiirn naniiii tun w. till a for CjsVVaVVJwwl. I10 mtttcr bow Ua or of how lono ttandlug-- , rlagecan not be called a failure to long as I'd II I- f- Mrst.. I it tot UST. ji"SLL fMANUr'QI'b CO., HOIWMIOH; It wHx cun. by DR. JAQVI CATARRH RIME0Y. M ocatf, by ('aug.Utt, of UiUIko that. It prinnnt.y ff jjil ittii fU.tk w UMtrnis of tho State Senate, Union Labor, took Ihe oath ot office at Governor ot thlt Htnte at noon yesterday, nnd made formal demand Thoitius EnwAiin Conn was of tho opinion that "A upon Governor Wilson to vacate, but that o gentleman refused, nnd referred the two mau's liou-- Is hit rustle." Ciiuiuts Pinckxet gives "Millions, for deasplranU to the courts to decide who shall hold ofllce pending the contest between fense, but not ono cent for tribute." "Wur.N Greek Joma Greek then was the GofT and Fleming. The outcome la anxNathaniel Leo, 1002. iously looked forward to. Every thing tug of "VAittrTi'sthoapioo of llfo" nnd "Not passed ou peacefully and no trouble It ay much thouorso for wear." Cowper. tlclpnted, UBOJsa Ei "Aim Youno tells us "Death loves a shining mark," and "A fool nt forty Is n fooj CLEVELAND'S LAST WORK, him-tcl- President 11. Nathan H. Catr, "A Titiso of beauty U n Joy forover" It fVom Keats. De.x SwtrT thought that "Oread was tho stuff of life." Fiunkmn said "God holpt thoso who help theuitclvet." "Am. cry nnd no wool" Is found In Dutler'a "Hudlbras." Thomas Boi'turnx reminds us that ''Pity' . nkin to lovo." Wasiiiniitov IitviNd give a "Tlio almighty dollar." "Mas proposes but Clod disposes." A Silent Appeal for Help. When vour kldnevs nnd bladdoi are In active, thoy nro making n silent nppnaldfor ncip. lioni uisregnrti n, um wun Btomm.li llitlora safely lintvslthom In nnttvltv Thnv nrn In Imnilnent itilllfer. and It Is foolhnrfilncss to shut one's ejes Io mo tact, no wio in iiiiip, too, u sou ex porlcnco manlfcttatlout of dyspepsia, ma Inria, rheumatism, constipation or nerve trouble. The Hitler before n meal add test to It. Mim ni.lziriiTU Monnis wnsclected president of tho Morris llufugn Association for Homeless nnd Suffering AnlnuU it Its in I'hlladclphls. Last rear the t:Cv.!ss received w9 itogs and 12,71 cats. ai 'miji'ita.i Pst'nsr'JMfttsjtriTi mi m iitjjsi J 18 CURED BY I I J&tAfA. yV VJ:sQsirp41t I.SiiA SHacotsOil I Jj MmT not bo ronfounded Willi rommoti rntliurtut or purgatlvo pills, farter's Llttlo Liver IMU are entirely unlike Ihemtnevery rcsiKH.'t.Ouo trial will provo their morlority JtriV Diamond Vera-Cur- a ,F.0n DYSPEPSIA. ij" Hrwai-fft,.- acntl'ltl.t:. tvmala C. L. COUDY, Kara anil follMrtlculars y..-- Vtfl , sumJU1 Vi.A ,, ., tVa,t TO Ti ' 'I Purify Your Blood b- mud-nc.- ?(' 4m w stiu-eru- l g'"'" to prr llJ-tll- ti. NORTHERN PACIFIC. Hood's Sarsaparitla I Ti T pott-offi- appri-prlttlo- 'if fellotv-cltlient- '' mk mi tvju ft llrra-dlngK 3,000 raaajaaa rd.nr.rih.t-orl-t.howil- H H !.' Hood's Sarsaparilla BrailHf, istw-Mi-,i.- CHOICE TEXAS LANDS Rare Chance for Settlers. sewing-machine- Jpfi Renowned Agricult'l 200,000 ACRES rU-, 111 S 11 BAKER'S .. ii'.ii . IS ' , nrn e.u ia ornniu vrA&urs; A t- i i - -- ..d .PATENTSttt; M ua.-vlM.F sri s iitn witr Poll-Offic- post-ofilc- Tlir try lpulm lft latfj - " ..... ' - A- H -- . "'iirXSV?MTH - JOSEPH H. HUNTER, tS&mi lmj SCROFULA. fk-a- PEROHERON HORSESI Ii Zi (.Hi n-- ycr, Wgt-f- r4i Swellings in the Neck -i mim-tlme- s li rf rr bo-lu- g tlim-so- tin-,- ', n i- -c rg mSj!LZ WJfwt Magee's Emulsion, Dru-rgl- ffssMawMsawiMsMy MME PIoe, m ftftW tr rt i fr wi J In, ,!-- Iro Tint's Pills CURB rea-nlarerne-imiloii- s, ..- Malaria, Dumb Chills, Fever and Ague, Wind Colic, Bilious Attacks. nltirl liOOS-Conu- non "J a TOIIACCO-Meillum- lcef W 1 a -- k. a DELIGHTED pirn-lit- e, tilotctirs-romplci- lon CATARRH. 1 111 I ...... tit MOTHERS' FRIEjjg 114 a CHILD BIRTHiM! I.AIID-Iten- ned c( wi,m .Salt-ihcui- n, tump-icak- eat. s $5"! $10 A 1 - Un-i- lre.1 xed "" '. m n! if Vssw-sV- 21 P X TPTPTT iMIU-bte- am THE cb-J- d&- -