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Omrc-Jnck- son Sf ubllshed Ewy Friday by IJtlJli llloKlVliiiN AjUVjmMm- THE OLDEST NEWSPAPER JN WESTERN KENTUCKY. ts 1 . -- mjtmimmfe - Afreet next door to Oily lltll. . QEORCE WARREN, .,..,. Editor. 11 '.yr. , - ... 1 -- ' ' s'r7 i'. WwrfllBtefriptlitlM current topics. AlllI.KNF., Kin., a IgTABLISIIBP HAUVEBT OF DEATH. 18f;." HICK MAN." PTLTONOTDOTkJfuciSnSilirJAyDABY TALMAGE'S SERMON. fnod Into harps ahd psalteries and Into I'lngS for JllO CSUSnwsV Wunnn tl.K "Uiu .nil naiar. nniltlm nnn I, .,...,, 4 fllRhty thousand dollars in money " vki 10 tninit mat all thcue pros tS amount In nnlfilni In en, and sho Is almost ashamed that L.hns bruurhi thnm. lti.1 zttvz Hhlti herself: "I hmnt mnt. .ln.i J Ail this place, and about tho woofer-- . 'v.iKion 01 mo jieurows, hot I find It Reyondmy highest anticipations, I n st add more than fto per cent, to what h been related. It exceeds every tblnj X. COall 'Voal'ecled. TlioliaU .TV t1 half was not told mo." earn from this Bubject what a beati- " U wh,,n BOclal I9ltltm and Ai. wnath surrendqr thowsolvtw to (lod. n religion comes to a noTghborhood, thtffrsf'to receive JtiTwl'iho Woawn; jJ.sJhi- af q - . . u j, 10. JSOD. Wave-becom- ol.,xv; OIOfKSWS TQere 8- -t no. RACE is- - ' jr . 2r Sa V uincn li . ris hka.dk. .: ' J .jT1 M - . .r; "9m TMt. "TlL. .mt, ! - S " ? driver. hat a lady stroot oyster. Qukkn Viauiiu admins wr Nw Vnrk Uii0rrlkn 'Krr.rr Hres-Ti- i In Amotlcan thn polka. n Lonimix fashion Is smiling again n 53 a ton her IlAi.r-iiuiKraisins no) I fur In California. 1'Atii oxpocts to maVo American tour. out of Jtro Tavmix la tho namo ola prosper ona village la Georgia. Hhowxinii's rosllng-plac'n Westminster Abbey will lo neat ihat of Chnueor. Mits. JKrrr.nso IKvn will presently jjo to Kansas to llvo with her married daughter. A wiun: owl was captured by a Mlv sourl man on his farm near Scdsha, tho other day. A Tim.r atolo a pair of shoos fiom a nicoplnir rMllcomau,at,Hndjdls, Mo., tho ethrfnljthtftrsf"!--- This inventor of tlm stjlographlc cii larsoutof A comi-ktk- ropurieu It, toiiavomauoa nitlllun do! 000.000 Into I'arla. authority thinks that tho Pari Imposition drow at least JJM), C'ertalnlj you aro not ashamed to bo found In his Queen's company. I am glad thatphrlst has had his Imperial friends irfall agos Elizabeth Christina, Queen of Prussia; Maria Poodorovna, Queon ofUtussIa; Marie, Empress of hands badly burned. Wm. Murphy, J. I (Jailer. L. M lleher Walter Krans, Franco; IHona, tho Imperial mother of woman. Ho It a woman-hater- . f'onstantlh; Arcadia, from her great Prank White and John Sullivan wero Tiik supply of apruco (rum In North fortunes julldlng public baths in bruised and burned, but are not thought Malno, which has regarded as tolMt seriously Injured. Charles Land and tolling for tho allovia-'to- n Inoxhmstlblo, la reported to bavo glvon of thdmasses; Queen Clotilda, leadkammer was thrown ijulto n distance out. Into a tank of water, and catno vory near ing hor hutiand and 3,000 of his armed if tho wild of tho Sierras, near warriors to jrlstlan baptism: Elizabeth, drowning. Tho company immediately rlror, Tularo County. California. of Hurgund, giving her Jeweled glovo sent for Drs. Vail, Hover and Mutigar Is a soquola trco, ITU foot In clroumfor- ta a beggar, Ind scattering great forlo mlnlstnr to tho wounded, who aro re lliary Inow Btorm In Utah, WBCO. tunes nmondtho distressed; Prlnco Al0imn. I'tah, Jan. n. It has Wn celvlng tbo Wat of rare. Tho Hro was la said thaViKo negroes of Georgia, snowing here for three days. Th re Is extinguished without any great loss ot bert, slnglngV'llock of Ages" in Windwho 'twenty-Avyears ago were slates, moro Mtnw on tho Waaaloh and Merra property. sor Cnstlo, Ad Queen Victoria, Incog-nitinow pMHii reallnJtho scriptures to a dying worth ot prop. ranges than for ten yeara. In the mounorty. I paupor. NOT WELCOME. tains tho snow is ten to fifteen deep. , CexaRKS&MxIln-'j.iH-Kof Florida, is There Is no winder drifting, anl tho I bless Oil that tho day Is coming clime. llejrrllnii r Uattfaer nfjthJrtrtth xhildron; Con." mrroury Is only a few degrees If low Ilrrlilrit VlrlnrU In ofVl.ll Million To Ili'lte Ho wont down to and or- when royalty kill bring all its thrones, Dulilin. no frooalng. In this valley thoro has been dered a fleet of ships to bo constructed, and music all Its harmonies, and paint ' LoNimx, Jan. 7. -- At a regular meetmorn snow than for tminty-flv, oversaw the workmen and watcbM th" ings all Its pUtures and sculptures, all tear. Thc siincrlntaatloitMbr an Tho aturm extends all along thn l.i (4 ing of the Dublin Corporation yeatcrday launching of tho flotilla which was to go 11s statuary, aat architecture all Its pila Protestant Alderman Introduced a Itffht eowpaH ia Now York City h the Centra! I'oeiSo UCillfori.U. out on more than a year's voyage, to ars, and resolution inviting tho Queen to pay n bring homo tho wealth of tho then tho queensconqjest all its scepters, and iudlcUsl by Jury for man of tie earth, In long lino of Tlslt to Dublin. Immediately saifV Mcamtr aoa Dt.i, ,iaHktcr. known world. Ho hoard that the Egyp- sdvanfco, franlljnrenso filling tho CitKunn. Jan. Nationalists wero on tholr feet tian horses wero largo and swift, and and tho camolf laden with gold, air, .Sullivan, tho minister ImmTV-- l Sv shall jsirr'pN)plo In aovontoon mlnutisi famona baseball umpire, died suddenly seeking tho recognition of tho chair d and and ho last evening. Heart diseaso was thn that they might denounce tho resolution resolved to purchased them, giving ?S3 1approach Jerulem, and tho gates shall In HMTWaVMa, t Carrollton, Mo., the hoisted, ar.d tho great burdon ot oause, lie had Just flushed alnglng and Its author, and it was some minutes other, iUjr apleco for them, putting tho liest of splcador shall be lifted Into tho nalaco TnuVcpost bore Jiolo In tbo world is "McOlnty." ami was laughing heartily before order was sufficiently restored thoso horsos In his own stall and selling of this ureater than Solomon. In rchadenbaeh',t,7S.foet It took a with a couple of friends when tin fatal lo enablo tho observance of parlia- the surplus to foreign potentates at Apain, my subject teaches mo what Is diamond drill threo years and a half to moment Mine. Sullivan was thirlfoiir mentary usage. Several vehement great profit. rimostncss In tho search of truth. Do speeches wcro mado against tho resoluyeari old. Ho a man of unusually rvacli the bo'toai. know where Sheba was? It was In Ho heard that there was tho best of Ajf iscle. tion, and a vote was Anally taken, with timber on Mount Lebanon, and ho sont Abyssinia, or somo say in tho southern leaguo bat been hoavy frame, all lone and tho result of rejecting tho motion by an 180,000 men to hew down ,ln Minneapolis, tho badgo of I.Uluor never passtnl his lips and ho was forest Arabia overwhelming majority. The grounds out drag the timlier through tbo moun- firtofgroat way Felix. In either case it ft a 5 thn .,nln wllar button, worn In apparently an athletic inodoU oil from Jerusalem. To upon which tho resolution was rejected and gorges, to construct It Into rafts to gilt from thoro to Jerusalem sho had to jMhj lapol of tho coat. Nsws rrom Rl. wcro declared to bo that tho Irish de- tain v, of Toomtwilwro. Ox, clalma pi )ss a country infostod with bandits. i?w'A. rKitox, Jan. Tho Times' Lisbon tested tho present government, and bo .floated to Joppa, and from thence to to bain liefn tho youngest soldier In tho correspondent teams twenty-flvmiles aijtjo Mti that m ltraiili,.. .. would not stultify themselves by In bo drawn by ox to Jerusalem. o II hcat-LbrH. across blistering deserts. Why CoBfodcrary. across tbo land UoontUtcd U 03,wUtn. 4Wr4ert that, the tJortrnme.'.'at,"lllo dorsoment of a sycophatitlb tho Queen of Sheba stay at homo Invitation ' ' only thirteen yearn old."' J5nlTn Intends to expel tbe Kusslan Kn to one whosn presencn in Dublin in thn that there wero beautiful flowers In other and KCnd a eonimltton In Innlllro nliinf 'I'm: head of tho Itrailllan ronul.Hn voy ineonseHenee of ItusJa's refusal this now religion, and havo the s to existing elrenmstanccs would be most lands. Ho sent for them, planted Jhcm -in his own gardens, and to this day there report In regard to that religion uimsnit as leuows: "Jlarsli.I the Hepublle, Vrlvate letters unwelcome. Dcodoro da Konse.. Dilnf nf imm mo lo Janeiro say that aro flowers found in tho ruins of that pnd wealth of King Solomon? Sho intensely islonal Government" city such as aro to Iks found in no other mantra to seo for hersoir, and hear for hot weather prevails there, and tUt jel CHEAP VBIIMONT LANDS. A rkOrosmnx Is Wlnir eonaldeml In low fovor of tho most part of Palestine, tho lineal descendants .arfr'lf. Sho could not do this by work malignant type tr-rOrleans to ehango tho name of Ca has appeared In tho city. I Farms To Hit IU.1 Tli-- ri al from M to of tbe very flowers that Solomon, plant- ff c 'tmnittco. Sho felt sho had a soul ed. Ho hoard that In foreign groves ss! sJrcst, tho principal thoTonghfroof lort'i 10.000 kingdoms llko Sheba, nnd IO I'cr Acre. Locomotlvs Boir Explodes. UteHy. to.Teircrson Datls avenue. St. Alhaxs, Vt Jan. 0. Tho Stato thoro wero birds of richest voico and sl.o wanted arolio richer than any wovon XVm. K VAXiimiui.T'a atahles on his Wniii!i.t., W. Vs., Jan. 0. Engine Commissioner of Agriculture and most luxuriant wing. Ho sont out peo- by Oriental shuttles, and sho wan toil a 011 tho llalumoro A. Ohio railat Oakdale, h I , which wcro de-- .. No. of Ver- ple to catch them and bring them there, Crown set with the Jewels of oternlty. road, exploded at Kenwood Junction mont, showing tho nlgned hy Itirhard M. Hunt, ham Urine out tho camels. Put on tho spices. locations of towns In and bo put them into his cages. Jenampleteil, at n cwit of Jioo.ooo. Jut .Saturday morning, making a total which aro improved farms nnd lands Stand back now and seo this long Gather up tho Jewels of tho throno and Hnglneor Cunningham was unoccupied. kTrgasury I)eartment Intltcs wreck. Tho list Include sixty train ot camols coming up to U10 King's put them on tho caravan. Start now; no MJs'for Mwprltllegoof taking fur aeal blown X yards an I esapeil with slight towns. Tho Commissioner Htntea that gate, and tho ox trains from Egypt, gold tlmo to bo lost. Goad on tbo camels. . In th?Jrtts.of Alaska. Tho term is Injury. Tlreman Tary was hadlv hurt good farms with fair buildings nnd and silver nnd precious atones, and When I seo that caravan, dust covorcd, aliout tho face and head. Tl. Wenlern maplo sugar orchards can bo beasts of every hoof, and birds of ovory wear, and exhausted, trudging on across veers itid tho lond la sinnofti purI'nlon wing, and flsh of overy scale! Seo tbo tho ib and among tho bandits until acre. AVKSTynot.iA(... girl has - saved aged attelegraph v.lr-- thowere badly dam- chased nt from H to M tho fcceno of . rea (jes Jcrysalom, 1 say: "Thero Is oxploslon. ,a IMAVAV .fml.uk Others with hotto- bulldlncs and near peacocks strut under tho cedars, and tbo jii'rai'ii r v v "w b v uuj t..u-- l n iroiu railroads or villages can be bought from horsemen run, and tho chariots wlieol! an earnest seeker aftor tho truth." tranjn.niuskrats, skunks Tat Dlitut la Otrmaay. -Hut thcro aro a great many who do f3 to S10 an aero. None of thoso lands Hark to tho orchestral Qazo upon tho WW! OtSManlBiHs.ttna SClIlnt? their litnusr. Jr.. 5. - Misy aro oc- aro far from a ready market and all aro dance! Not stopping to look into tho sstaci in that way. They all want to got curring from influonia. Amonj :h to dairy purposes, l'arm labor wonders of tho tomp'.e, step right on to tho truth, but they want the truth to A?r American company has given two prominent persons afflicted tho disto French painters an ordorjfor a panorama easo In a serious form aro with 1'rlnress is In great demand mI gsod rragss. Al- the causeway, and pass up to Solomon's comoTh'-r- them; they do not want to go to the It. aro -'' trc ?arnys through Af lllsmarck and Councillor von Ilotten ready several thousand lottors havo palaco! wo find ourselves amid a collec- arm and say: "I people who fold tholr Horo am ready to becomo a rlca. It is intended for the world's fair burg. Tho Influenia is spreading In tho been received from every section of tho tion ot buildings on which tho King had Chrlsfm at any time; If I am to be ot ISfVJ. provinces, lluidncss partlallyausprndcd, United States making Inquiries con- lavished tho wealth of many omplrcs. saved I '.hail bo saved, and it I am to bo Jlns. Cor, widow of tho late S. 8. Cox, and In many places tho school i.ousea cerning unoccupied lands In Vormont. Thn genius nt Hiram, tho architect, and lot I st.all bo lost " Hut Jerusalem Sotoral Miles of tho lands In question lia returned to tho Sultan of Turkey bavo Ijcen convert-'Into hospital'. ot tho other artists is horo seen in tho will never come to you; you must go to havo been mado to termor Vormontcr tho orders and decorations whl;h that Tho religion of tho Lord now In tho West and to cltitcns of tho long Una ot corridors and tho susponded Jerusalem Reduction or Hours Granted. jronlal potentate conferred upon her late gallery and tho approach to tho throne. Jcsm 'irlst will not como to you; you IIAI.TIM011K, Jan. 0. Tho cl.thlng Stato. husband. Tracerled window opposite tracorled must co and got religion, llrlug out tho acceded to the deDuiiino tho last flvo montha tho manufacturers y window. Hronzed ornamonts bursting camels, put on all tho sweot spices, FIFTY-FIRS- T mand of tlarment Cutters" and TrimCONQR.ES& Treasury Dopartment has purchased Into lotus nnd Illy and pomegranate. all tho troasures of tho hoart's affecmers' Local Assembly for a rdi-'mi- i pf londs to tho amount of S2S8,M3,0S0. by notwork of tion. St.ut for tho throne. Go In and Chapiters surrounded rimt SrMlnn. working tlmo from ten In nln lMir a Thn iggrf.rf-t- a ot Interest lb-i- iarcd is Washimiton, Jim. Numrrout leaves In which imitation fruit seemed of salvation dashing "he wutt-rHay, the per diem wagon to remain un- peiltlont wrrn f.A773,5N). pretentrd and mils lutrodure.!, susjiended as In hanging baskets. in to .n'nins nil around about tho changed. The new system goes into ef- smooir them on for a aulnlity to Amrrlrnn Nkw Yohk children who got no Christ branches so Josephus tells throne Ml down at tho banquot thn tcamihlps and another pmeo'lBs a constitu- Threo mas presents aro told that Santa Claus fect aujcndniriit In jmnlih mimlcreri and us threo branches tion sculptured on wlno pressed from tho grapes of tho C does not mako his visits to tho roofs and Turks Beaten by Insurgents, otber trtoiilc. In titatci where the lawe are the marble, so thin Heaven'v Eshcol, the angols of God the down tho chimneys for fear of touching London, Jan. 0- .- Advlcea from irete enlorced. A bill vat patted InrrranliiK not that even tho leaves and subtle the seemed to dead on tho camels. Tho of ol.Ilrr and raiiurs tolnllj brlpltM flirt deadly electrlo wires. report that another encounter has t iken quiver. A laver capable of holding S00 Illblc declares It: "Tho Queen of tho iu noiiara seems to bo doing fairly placolielween the insurgents nnl the Iho .cirnij-is- adjorn-t- . anionwi. At s 13 n. in. barrels of water on COO brazen k south" that K this very woman I am Senate well In Now York City. Tho llennott Turkish troops, thn' latter being r i(d Itousit A rrtolutlon was adopted which gushed, with water and speaking ot- - 'the Queon of tho south building, owned by Jamos Oordon llen- with eonslderablo Ions of life. Tbi am- In Mrsirs. Itandnll 'i I, Wilbur N. to twoer whole place with coolness andtilled thoo shall V.I. und crystal-linnc up n Judgment against this nott and altnated In tho lower part of tho munition of tho troops was a)iand.nrl Whltthoriis tTonn.) at tholr homo, all three brightness and musical plash. Ten general rt and condemn It; forshocamo licliiix too ill to appear. Under the call of city, has Just boon sold for ono million and fell Into tho hands of the onem and from the uttermost parts of tho oarth to Blatrs a number ot bills wcro Introduced. tables chased with charlot-whcdollars. Hon and churublm. Coucretiman llutterwnrth Solomon sat on a hear the lsdam ot Solomon; and, npiwiinil uu Protestant churen in TaUitina. CASTKI.T.AB, of the three reRent of the Smtth.onlan Instituthe Spanish orator and I ISiwIlUN, Jan. throne of ivory. At tho seating placo a greater than Solomon is horo." niiimn statesman, rejoices In tho downfall of key, In response V,to Timrequest of Tut- tion Ixd (Mast! and WhcoW (Ala.) tho of tho throno, on each end of tho steps, What Infatuation tho sitting down In n mad by other two. At 1:15 p. m. the Houin adournel. Dom l'odro. Ho is a thorough rpi?-llcaa brazen Hon. Why, my friends, in that idlcnos expecting to bo saved. "Strive the Kmprtsa of (Sormany, Iibs r.aimtl. mil and tho old monarchlal governplaco thoy trimmed their candles with to onU-- in at thn strait gato. Ask, and tho completion of a Protestant rhi.rrli Ones Eminent Mlntiter's End. ments of Kuropo aro thoroughly dla-- - in iietliloiinm, I'nlestlne. Pui:nr.o, Col., Jnn. T. Carson Parker Minders of gold, and thoy cut tholr ItsbyJo given you; souk, and yo shall tasteful to him. was found dead in a South Sido saloon fruit with knlvos of gold, and thoy And "'knock, and It shall bo opened to 0.jk of tho witnesses who recently tesSkatlnf Resoid. Tako tho It was the striking ending washed tholr faces In basins ot gold, and you nco. Urgo kingdom ot lleavon by MtNNKAfoMs. Jan. 0. .To. Donoghue, yosterduy. tified at Halt Lako, regarding tho oaths thoy acoopod out tho ashes with shovels vie on tho camels! Hlnk, last night skated ot a remarkable life. For years ono of of gold, nnd they stirred tho of tho Kndowmunt House, has slnco had at my subject Impresses mo with altar fires tho most eminent preachers In tho ono valusble horse killed and another flvo mllos In 17 minutes and 8 second with tongs of gold. Hold reflected In the'ict that religion is surprlso shot nt, but not fatally lnjurod, by bis This boats tho previous world's record Mi'thodlst Clnirch in Now York Stato, tho waterl Gold flashing from tho ap- anv no that gots it. Thisa story of to tho ho bocamo a drunkard and outcast, by nlno seconds. Mormon neighbors. wandered to Puoblo, reformed nnd again parel! Oold blazing In tho crown! Oold, now n llglon in Jorusalem, and of tho At a recent wedding In Philadelphia gold, gold! glon ot King Solomon, who was a typo Snowing In Nova Lcrtix. Joined tho church. Ills reformation tho room was festooned In red, whlto Of course, tho nows of tho nflluence of of I rlst that story rolled on nnd on, IlAurAx, N. S., .Inn. a Thn heat lost lasted a joar, during which timo ho did and blue, In honor of thn patriotism of snow-storby ami was told by overy travolor coming of the winter hot In Uih editorial work and demonstrated raro that placo went out overywhero tho bride, who had (Inclined many afternoon. There Is half a foot of simw ability. His last fall was complete, all ovory caravan and by wing of every bac from Jerusalem. Tho nows goes European offers nnd decided to glvo hor on the ground tonight, and It Is ntlll oflorU of friends proving useless. Ho snip, until hoon tho streets of Jerusa- on tno wing of overy ship and with hand to an American. lem nro crowded with curiosity seekers. eve y caravan, and you know a story enfalling. luaves a family In Indiana. What Is that long procession approach- larges ns It Is retold, and by tho tlmo Tin: youngest now mombor of tno Too Drunk to Move. ing Jerusalem? I think from tho pomp that story gots down Into the southern Death or a Noted General. IIouho pf Itnpresontatlves Is Iceman lli.ooMiNino.v, Jan. 7. At Chonoa. ot It thoro must bo royalty in tho train. par of Arabia Follx, and tho Queen of Atlanta, lla., Jan. Turner,' ot Now York. Ho Is twenty-eigh- t nigh, years old. Tho oldost member Is In Canton, Itoveiiun Clangor llowiienim- - near this city, yesterday, occurred tho I smoll tho breath ot tho spices which Sheba hears It, It must bo a tremendous and ordered thn cr,..i doath of Oonoral Louis Leduc, aged (ill. aro brought as presents, nnd I hoar tho. story. And yet this Queen declares In laaao W. Van Sclmlck, of Milwaukee icreu a to dispone. Ono of tho Inmates o aged 73 years. In tho shout of tho drivers, and I seo tho dust repird to It, although sho had hoard named Ho (.erxed nearly n IteynoldH wos Tin: Kchoolma'ams of St. l'aul net don pulled too drunk to move. liow. French army, and participated In tho covered caravan showing that they como so much and bad hor anticipations raistho trigger, and shot tho slegn of Kome. Ho was secretary from far away. Cry the nows up to tho ed so high, tho half tho half was not long ngo woro Instructed to glvo occaof Duo Douldot, was to palace. Tho Queen of Sheba advances. told her. sional Instructions In plain and fancy holpless man dead. Ilowden Is in jail. Louis Napoleon and Ambassador So religion Is always a surprlso to anyto Lot all tho peoplo como out to soo. Lot sowing to tho girls under their chargo, Soeeilng Students. Africa, Ho lived In rotlromont on a tho mighty mon of tho land como out on one, that gots It. Tho story of grace and tho horrlhlo fact catno out that fow IlALTUioiiK, Jan. n. Over half tho farm horo a number of years. tho palaco corridors. Let Solomon como ap old story. Apostles preached It with If any of thn tcachnrs could do any kind students at tho Johns Hopkins Pnl down tho stairs of tho palaco before tho rattle ot chain; martyrs declared It with of sowing whatever. Judge Brewer la Ermine. versltynro sneezing their heads nearly havo atllrtned Wamii.noto.v, Jan, 7. Jostlco llrewer Queen has alighted. Shako out tho cin- arm of flro; death-bod- s A 8oi)N (Mich.) young mini pawnod off. .Several days ngo namon, nnd tho sattron, and tho cala- It with visions of glory, and ministers his overcoat to got married, tho mild them, nnd It has boon tho grip visited yesterday took tho oath of otlloe, donned mus, and tho franklnccnso and pass It of religion havo sounded It through tho steadily Incresn. tho robe nnd entored upon his Hf Job 0f wlntur favoring that sort of dlckor. Ing until now. Into tho trensure house. Take up tho lanes, and tho highways, and tho chapJustice of tho V. S. Supremo Court. Tin: oldost Inhabited town In tho diamonds until thoy gllttor In tho sun, els, .ind tho cathedrals. It has been cut Knew Ills Plitol Would Work. Compulsory School Law. world Is said tobo Damascus. Tho Queon of Shoba alights. Sho en- Into stono with chisel, and spread on Ati.ajita, (In., Jan. NitKMiYVif.i.K, 111., Jan. 7. Tho comters tho palaco. Iff tho stock yards nt .Kansas City a Shu washes at the tbe canvas with pencil; and It has been pulsory school law was put to tho test bath. Sho sits down at tho banquet. mulo and a liorijofingagod In a kicking committed stilcldo yesterday recited In tbo dncology of great congreDecatur bow, Thomoat smokes, gations. And yet when a man comes to match, and thermulo was outkicked. Two years ago ho shot a man In Jack- - horo yesterday, and Mrs. Jano Axford, Tho who kept her boy at homo because sho Tho muslo trembles In tho dash ot tho look on tho palaco of God's " "iijuiiieu. Th'o attondanlshad'to turn tho hoso on Ho n.n.i mercy, nnd Is so poor that ho has to assist In earnwaters from tho molton sea. Then sho to son tho royalty of Christ, and tho tho corabatanUiln order to Eoparato tho same pistol yesterday. N0 cnus,. , known lor inn suicldo save dosponding tho living, is In Jail. Flvo dollars rises from tho banquet, sho walks vealth of this banquet, and tho luxurl them. .&; and costs was tho ponalty attached, and through tho consorvatorios, and gazos ousness of Ills attendants, and tho Tub largest farm undor cultivation in ency, tho poor woman, unablo to pay, was put on tho architecture, nnd sho asks Soloof His face, nnd tho Joy of Ills tbia cquhtrybfilongs to Hon. John W. Company to Build a City In Alabama Into prison. mon many strango questions, nnd sho sorvi''o. ho oxolalms with prayers, with llookwalterf of Ohio. The farm is on I'IKIimont, Ala., Jan, 6. Sovoral i)i luarnsabout thorollglonof tho Hebrews, tears, with sighs, with triumphs! "Tho Telegraph Poles Cut Down. tho Nebraska lino, south ot Ileatrlco awaro capitalists havo organized n ... Nkw Yohk, Jan. 7. Two thousand and sho thon and there becomes u ser- halt tho half was not told mo!" and tho Kansas City, Wyandotto .t pany, with 1,330,000 capital, all na Id four hundred nlnoty-flvGod. Sho Is overtelegraph polos vant ot tho larpoalto thoso who aro Christians. Northwestern road runs through It. It In, to build an Industral city l.n .. iiuri'. win. contln .nearly If. 000 acres, covering Preston Lea, of WJlrnington, Dot havo been hatoheted In this city, nnd whelmed. Sho begins to think that all Compim tho Idea yon had of the Joy of fourteen and a half million foot of wlro tho spices sho brought, and all tho pro the iinstian lifohcforo yen luvamtt n twciity.6quare mllos. president. I elous woods has como down. which aro intondod to bo Chrlsi.an with thu of that Ix llrldgoport, Ct, tho Influenza hat affected thecals, iid Mno nc?tlng la tho order of tho night. Miw. GmiMivsay that as a persistent pusher and shovor In a crowd nothing equals a woman (.hopping. AYouxnmanlnltrooklyn ha sued his for breach ot promise. Mo clalma $3,00O damages. KraMi.vr Is not afraid of African ar agos and llon, hut ho will not talk to a lon Ka-rea- h i:ttriit ami Knct. Nkw Yiiiik, Jan. W nura. bar of deaths In Now York and neigh boring cities Is Miown by tin fwt that a request was nmdo yesterday, by undertake In this city, for inrj hearses from Htaton Island. Two wcro all that could Ik) fnrnlahed. in undertaker who brought tiiotn ovnr ru'ld that during his thirty yoars' oxiMrIoto in Uin business It tho (lrst time htUiad over known of a demand for heaiW being mado upon Ktaten Island blundortakers In this elty. Tho rankaW th police forco aro now allowing tlb effect of the epidemic. Tho list of th.o now aulfcr. Iiilf from It contains naineiV,' 537 mom-lM- r of the forve. Dr. Joliii t. inston, pastor of West I'rt'sbyterlai'church, in West l'ortvseoond street, Vas taken seriously 111 yeslflrday at his H preachad at llio inurningsrrvJf'S. tester day. :i)urlng. tbo alteiiioin. i was stricken Uown with Influonia. nil fain, lly physician wts aummoned ail do. clared tiat It was aaovoro attack f "la grliitMj." llurrls.Skldmoro. aired tv,cntvllto and a member of ono of tho 'ideal and beat known families in New ork, died at 0 o'clock last evening frtn an attack of (he 'grip." tbst t"m sated in Dr. pneumonia. I.lnehan ol tho Hoard of Health, alo died from tho grip yeiterday. Tho extent to which thn pedalling malady has elied upon tho peopln of Now York ran bo estimated In some degrco by tho num-bo- r of eases which aro registered i the different hospitals. At )Mnfm Uos-plthere have been alxty-flnew eases registered alnco December 3S. Home of the cases aro severe, as tut ol Dr. I'atil Hoffman, who boatne n.ane through the dlesse. Dr. llotfw.. It much letter. Tho doath rato for the olty for tho twenty-fou- r hours up to noon yostarday was SOT. 6.-- Tho "". Vnat.t, lo lnnni.ni H,,. In TERRIFIC EXPLOSION. An Immoiiso Nrvphtha Still Durata SurpriBos In Btoro for tho Earnoat nt Limn, O. Sookor for Truth. ANnintirrnf lloltfl., Lima, O., tVnrliineti llnrlril t'nilrr the on. I hrvrral Very firr lou.ljr Hurt. Joy yott baro now since von a Christian,, and you.are. wlllteyte at test Doforo angels and mpn that you nover, J'n tho days of yodr aplrftual bonda'go, had. reody-Jo-dat- ntnwn ,.i W - ately caught flro, causing considerable oxallemont. Tho mm employed In other parts of tho works catno lushing to tho rewue, and tho work of rvmovlng thn injured was Immediately commenced. Wm. Culver, fireman, was found Insensible under a pllo of brick, with a bail gash In tho head and his face burned. Peter Dovlne, a brickmason, had his right leg broken In two places, and was ldly bruised and burned. Their Injuries wero serious and may prove fatal, J. 1'. Demon, faco and panlo among thn children.' Tho Mill was No. 0, and It was being emptied, when In some way, not yut ex plained, It exploded, tearing away n'fjwtifirrof kthffrmnr.A number of men who weto working near wero rov ered with debris. Tho oil immedi- Jan. 7. Yesterday afternoon thousand-barre- l stills of thn naphtha works at tho standard's Solar Itellncry exploded with a terrlflo forco that was folt all over tho city. Tho still was located In tho naphtha works, at tho oast end of the grounds. Tho shock shook all tho houses In thn south ern part of tho city. At tho South school building It nearly caused a ono ot tho largo Ilrllglnn Muat l Bought to ti I!njnre- l, However lUsiiltrs or Hie Itspturouilr llesrrlbMl, Vat" Hie Iteullty. llrforc Klng-riom- i- Uov. T. Do Witt Talmago, D. I)., of llrooklyn. preached In Vienna, on Sunday, on "Tho Surprises of Itnllglon." His sormon was I. Kings, x. 7i "Kohold, tho half was not told mo." Tho aormon was mymlnd Appearing before you yot agitated with tho scraifi'ry of tbo Holy Land, from which as follows: ' arrived, you will oxpoct mo to rovort to norno of tho scones onco enacted thoro. Mark a circle arftund LakOLUalllco, and! another circle around. Jerusalem, nndJlWl, cluster memories of moro events than In any other two circles. Jerusalem was a spell ot fascination that will hold tno thu rest of my lite. Solomon had resolved that that city should bo tho centor ot all sacred, regal and commercial masniflconco. Ho set himself to work, and monopolited thn surrounding dosort as a highway for his caravans. Ho built tho city of Palmyra around one of tho principal wolls of tho East, so that nil tho long trains of merchandise from thn East wero obliged to stop there, pay toll and leavo part of their wealth In tho hands ot Solomon's merchants. Ho manned tho Portress Thap-saoat tho chief ford ot tho Euphrates, and put under guard every thing that passed thoro. Tho threo great products of Pales-lin- o wlno pressed from the richest clusters and colobrated all tho world over; oil, which in that country is tho entire substituto for butter arid lard, and was pressed from the ollvo branches until every treo In tho country liocamo an oil well; and honey which was tho entlro substituto for sugar thoso threo groat products of tbo country Solomon and received Inroturn fruits and precious woods and tho animals ot ovcry Ezton-gcbo- Wliiavo Just n i.JHtW anTCapaoltr I aoMmor emotion, Aftor tho women havoVcolvod tho Oospul thon all tho dlstroW and poor of both soxes, those who hay no friends, accent Jesus. Last ef all coo tho greatly prospered. Alas, that It lW If thcr aro thoso who bavo been favored of fortune, or, as I might hotter put It, fa jred of (lod, surrender all vou havo am all you expect to bo to tho Lord vh blossod this (Jueon of Shoba. ll"cri 5fftient'UfrV!tlon was to mMMmo.aar answer nnd say In j'CjrVnl.. to .tho. dlji juin mt.TBiaasssjK. ; i.a. natural outcome ol covcrles you Have mado of rtlialn5Wiy"i toms which havo lonir nna thu grace and the goodness of Ood: tho Southern negroes, Tho half tho half ws; not told, me,'',, ve HsssasssVs s laverydavs almost, thn HlilssssV Well, wo hoar a groat deal, about tho. illation was allowed good' tlmo that Is coming to 'this 'world, ibsolute Idleness at tho when It Is to bo rjlrdc'd with salvation. in. With omancln.itlnn Holiness on ,thoV bells ojtlhe horses., twttsMMBE " for getting whisky The. Hon's marie, pa tied br 'tbo hand of drink breeds quarrcl- balm, ftliln rt 'I',!..'!. urtnMni r'tkvJ MAOTtl.WVISiWMtilllWI '"!.i-- - . Tn.1!..,. l utuinniuuq Ul goos for Jesus, and tbo hard, dy?lii.t?Ti nfiattcr ot courso, In a d rony storm.-sarre- a l6. Under such rnn. thunder-spil- t rock breaking Into, floods ia'at Josup was oaslly of bright tateiv 'Deserk Into Which Acn neirro was nnt tn dramela'r'lo8 thrust their nostrils, bo- dJaXof tjrunknn negroes thoy vvpro afield, of, thd stmbon 'liUte him; halt a dozen Uablafliritpufj Into carnation roses ffi49BsV4'. ,4 iMt """" nowiing worso any appreciation 'of 'what about isefflp' fpnplcasanlntss reported como. You aro iron ,'i swift roe counties In Georgia, (WM (ITIilte. nnd lllarks. t' ),,,.. ,.. CriMrW ' winter-bleache- story.- - John told it. Paul told it Ezokiol told It, Luther told It. Calvin told it. Milton told it overy body tells It; and yet and yot when tho midnight shall fly tho bills, and Christ shall marshal his great army, and China, dashing her idols into tho dust, shall hear tho voico of God and wheel into lino; and India, destroying her Juggernaut and snatching up her llttlo children from the Ganges, shall hear the voico ot God and wheel Into line; and Italy, nnd Russia, and all tho nations of tho oarth shall hear tho voico ot (lod and fall into lino; thon tho church, which has been tolling and struggling through tho centuries, robed and garlanded llko a bjldo adorned for her husband, shall put asldo hor vail aud look up Into tho faco of her Lord and King and say: "The half the ball d whoat-crowned Kvcry body rMiKummj,,uu: ""Isaiah told it, tolls -" 1 It, It J o a, ' ft 5SWifcn,tty$nch,,,i a li.i. o l-- '"wt rf balf-a-doie- n long-mane- round-limbe- ii"&. fTr-- ., 111 vi -- O.-- delo-rato- a""M Tjliel 'er rt.l. 4, 'rtS s a - pr 1 'jWJ0f )!-- - dths sdptl was not told mo!" Well, thcro Is coming a greater sur prlso to overy Christian a greater surprlso than any thing that I havo depicted. Heaven is an old story. Everybody talks about it. Thoro is hardly a hymn book that doos not rotor to It. Children read about it in tholr Sahbath-schoo- l books. Aged mon put on their spectacles to study It. Wo say It is a harbor from the storm. Wo call it homo. Wo say it is tho bouso ot many mansions. We wcavo togothor all sweet, beautiful, delicate, oxhllarant words; wo wcavo them Into letters, and then wo spell It out in roso and lllly and amaranth. And yet that placo Is going to bo a surprlso to the most intelligent Christian. Liko tho Queen of Shoba, tho report has como to us from tho far country, and many of us have started. It Is a desert march, but wo urgo on tho camel", What though our feet be blistered with tho way? Wo aro hastening to tho palaco. Wo tako all our loves and hopos and Christian ambitions, as' franklnccnso and myrrh and cassia, to tho great King. Wo must not rest We must no halt Tho night Iscomlntron and It is not sato out horo In tbo desert. Urge on tho camels. I soo tho domes against tho sky, nnd tho housos of Lobanon end tbo temples an 1 tho gardons. Seo the fountains danco in tho sun and the gates flash as they open to lot In tho poor pilgrims. Send tho word up to the palace that we aro coming, and that wo aro weary of tho march of tho desert Tho King will como out and say: "Wolcomo to tho palace, batho in theso wators; recline on theso banks. Tako thi.i cinnamon and franklnccnso and myrrh and put it upon a conscr and swing it before tho altar." And yot my friends, when Heaven bursts upon us it will bo a greater surprise than that Jesus on tho throne, and wo mado like Him! All our Christian friends surrounding us in glory! All our sorrows and tears and sins gono by forover! Tho thousands of thousands, tho ono hundred and forty and four thousand, tho great multitudes that no man can number, will cry, world without end: "The half the half was not told me!" INVENTED How 'tail j mr re 'gfon. hlC rholly'drunkl?W..r wrought to frcnzy.V,,! fto white, people wcro forced to Brj,n Disturbances In other 0f tho Stato wcro doubtloss" provoked in tao samo way. Thoso things aro doplorabi;vcrian ly, out aro ttioy not incvltablo vln two distinct races aro occupying thoSwmo region, entitled to equal rights, a forced by uncontrollable clrcumstancOk Into constant contact that must oxcIttA almost constant hostility? If tho blacks wero insignificant In numbers tholr ultimate absorption by an unnatural and repulsive "bleaching process" into the mass of tho population might possibly bo escorted, but thoy breed too rapidly for that Tho theory ot tho law makes tho two races oqual, and proscribes that thoy shall llvo togothor peacefully and without friction. Tho facts of naturo Indicate that t.fin law's prescription Is nonsensical. In order to avoid present collisions and fnturo calamities beyond calculation tho policy of restoring tho colored race to Its old homo in Africa ought to bo favored by Intelligent mon of both races. Tho colored loaders who think that tho spread of tholr peoplo through tho North and Wost might solvo tho problem aro Tho North and West aro In no need of and can not bo expected to wolcomo such Immigrants In largo numbers. Thoro Is hardly a colored colony of ascoroor two families in any part of cither soctlon, in town or community, thnt is not considered moro or loss ot a nuisance Fo if any such colonics can bo found tho c: Istenco of which has not tho oflcct of greatly depreciating tho Taluo of property In their vicinity. Naturo has set up a barrier between tho two racec which Is apparently Impassable. There is a wholo contlnont waiting the Infusion of such civilization as our colored people could glvo. Thoy might work ouS a grand destiny in that cradlo ot their race. No such destiny is or ovorcan be open boforo them here. Chicago Globe. H1' IJZ m, Hv ..?. tefeaw 0tra2NrnTrTfVHl ..vwau. ml1r e. t of party riccenalty, " If U beeomnceest saryto bold tbo Wostern Itopublioana- - ' X' In lino on iho tariff and currency ques' ' tions, and It can bo done by buylny; them over with liberal appropriations for Western waterways, then tho com inltteo will act accordingly. Otherwise "tbo appropriations will bo stinted! It was a compliment to Minnesota to put Mr.Dunnell at tho head of tho census committee, and yot is a position in which Mr. D.niiloll wllV no bo sblo to advanco Wen tern Interests a particle Tho work of Iho eommlttco will bo ot a routine character, and, whllo Mr. s Dunncll Is suro to perform tho work well, yot so far as Western Interests aro concerned It might just ns woll Iwdono by an Eastern man. Thla. Is about tho . only Important chairmanship, ..that comes to tbo Northwest and, whllcthri, ,,. people ..of'thlu section will .not trrumblelS . . . d j aoo'it it, thoy seo nopaUfccu: W A '"- .oAii AiD sWiv 1 ." y- ,v - v ., B "w 4 v2' fl A f J if -- n- - - r. l ,,,;B.j- i:tf.wtjasa -. -- . 1 .a.1 ,. tt. . . A pis . short-sighte- d. EXCELLENT ADVICE. rmlerstnndi the Itace rrnlilpni. letter written by John T, Shu f ton, of Orlando, Fla., which has been extensively published, has attracted attention by Its cxtremc!ytemporato treatmont of tho raco question in tho South. The writor Is a colored man who has obtained a collegiate education by his own A The Coniinoiv-f- Vlaw'f u Xeavn Wlic BY CHANCE. l'imlblll-tie d 1 s r s Were lteTealed. An alchemist when experimenting In earths for the making of crucibles found that he had invented porcelain, and a watchmaker's apprentice, while holding a speotaclo glass between his thumb and forefinger, noticed that through it tho neighboring buildings appeared larger, and thus discovered tho adaptability of the lens to tfco A Utrut Secret! and tole-scop- o. Nuromberg glass-cutte- r one day, by efforts, and who is much respected for his merit and good sense. IIo thinks that tho negro is subjected tojio disadvantages in tho South that ahy'otber peoplo would not bo subjected to'.who keep themselves poor and dependent upon a moro progressive and thrifty raco. Even their disadvantages, ho says, aro moro Imaginary than real. Evory avonuo of employment Is opon to thorn, and thoy havo tho samo chanco to becomo prosperous and happy through Industry and economy that their whito nolghbors havo. Equally to tho purpose Is what Mr. Shufton has to say of the conduct of fanatical leaders, pretended preachers' and politicians ot tho North who are trying to bring on a war of racos In tho South. Ho regards them as tho worst enemies of tho Southern negro, and bogs thorn to desist from their "diabolical attempt to Invite defenseless people to attempt their own destruction." After speaking of tho efforts of misguided mombers of his raco to forco themselves into positions ot social equality, which It is hopeless for them to seok, bo sums up his vlows of what is best foe tho negro in thoso words: "Let tho colored man turn from all ot hi Imairlnary social barrlnfM of mlnpllng with the Country In IHO. Tho Democratic party has dovolopcd enormous strength slnco Its temporary repulso at tho polls In 1883, when It won a grand popular victory, but was cheated out of It by tbs abhorront forcesof boodlo and Thopeoplo whogavo tho party a )opiilar majority of 100,00(1 on that noc.islnn am more convinced han a year ago that tho administration 0$ their attain can bo entrusted with eaVty only to clean hands, bucIi as chitacterlzed tho last Democratic Presi dent! As tho fruits of tho seeds ot corruption, sown a year ago by tho Republicans; liogln to nppear and to poison every department of government tho regret of tho peoplo for tho honest, straigh forward courso pursued by tho last administration becomes moro profound and' lasting. Tho honors paid to tho on overy public jx:ca-siowhere ho has boon tho most promi-nopersor.ugo, tho broad, vigorous mnnner In which ho has handled tho" most vlLlI mililtf nnnaltnni tfin utiiH.' mlnlshed, nay, vastly lncrcasod. respoct'"''Wi ... .....ii. uu a ujr UI3 jjaitj, liUU niuucst anil, retiring manner in wnicn no Alls tho position of tho taost dlstlnt guisnea private citizen of ana me coaipioto vindication olstuo J corruptibility of jils. admnlstraUon silf?.'v H: n snow mat iiviiim Droauie tno spirit WTuWifTii truo Democracy. Mr. Cleveland is Justly regarded. tho JssVHBBt inu auvocaui 01 roiqrm-iuitrcest ana truest senso of tho .wo: Tho tributes of esteem and rcspccfpi aiuawpiav mm, oven ny political opponents, iHiiii m private citizen aro far tnorosIgnlQeant' nnrl r,rtnftt1 limn tt.rvm tin bu.MA.t' whon ho occupied the highest pogltlonsjyf .n tho Government They aro tho best commentaries on tho purity of his mo- lives and tho grandeur of his adminisrsi tration. Thoy toll tho story In th'o most eloquent terms of his disinterested oft forts In tho causo of reform. His pub-- . lie utterances in llostnn. whon tint at , ' lliA flnmftlnlilnii-lll- ...... llin InmnnlnJ B.U... ..... IWIIIUIItLU ...w ..hu.u VH...U W. Grady, showed that ho was entirely .n accoru wttn tno trend of public sen- AJJI timont and was, as. over, tho foremost jSpKr Jjfw in tho lines of reform. Tbo Domocratlcas9!i party, ever tho party of reform, grows PsW immeasurably strongor and moro popular In tho light of tho .reactionary of. ' corruption policy and spoils now in ('operation In Washington, which has already disgusted the coun try and evon brought about dissensions in thq ranks of tho I!opubllcan"pa?ty1& it is only by steadfast aud unswemnz dovotion to tho causo of icform tKat tho W Si--nomocracy may hopo to overcome tbo abhorront forces that would' wreck our Institutions and sot back1 tho 'natural dovolopmentqtour. country. Tariff ro forman ballot reform should sb1 u.unuauy pusiuHi 10 practical luunimoni inlie-ilatlon nt 1.1-1j" Why the BRIGHT PROSPECT. P.lrlt or Democrac WllfOuirj 41 via! 4E -- 4Tr MTA. KM t 4.' 1 HLr !..," T oivj. slu us.iiL'e - " - ?WBs,:Aj W 4f P k! tmtM " and in every Stnto. Tho snlrit of truo Democracy will yotiput Jo flight thoso foul elements, so graphically described by Grovor Cleveland as "vllo, unsavory forms which" rise-tfthe surface of oui agitated political wators, and gleefully anxibty ot selfish Inanticipate in tho terest their opportunities to fatten upon corrupted and dobauched suffrage. ' With tariff reform and ballot reform at their watchwords, tbo Democracy will movo to an assured victory. Albany (N. Y.) Argus. XT.. a .t 1 t . COMMENT AND CRITICISM. Tho unanimity with which the Republican leaders do not admiro Harrison has becomo conspicuously obscrvablo slnco Congress con Bon-Jami- 1 ltRAI.-F.ST- o : accident dropped a llttlo aquafortis up- another race of people who how tn every con on his spectacles, and, finding that It cclvable way that thev do not wish his com pany, and pet to work m earnest hi ncuulrtni; corroded and softened tho glass, conthings of more permanent and ceived tho Idea of etching upon it Ho the and tho great prNemsubstantial solved. life, U at onco drew figures upon tho glass with The colored people want new teachers down varnish, applied tho fluid and cut away nnd Mlers who will point out thn glass about tho drawing. When tbo and Instruct them In th' way of peace, prosper lty happiness; who will ers n n, o n, uar-roo- llfo-tlm- varnish was romoved thi figures appeared raised upon a dark ground. Tho process ot whitening sugar was never known until a ben walked through a clay puddle, and then strayed into the sugar house. ITer tracks woro, of course, left in the piles of sugar, and when it was noticed that tho spots where she had stepped wero whiter than tha rost, the process ot bleaching sugar with clay was adopted. An English stationer onco adopted a fanciful modo ot dressing his window, by placing In It piles ot stationery so nrrungt-that pyramids should bo formed. In order to tlnlsh these piles accurately, he cut somo cards, to brln, thorn to a point Somo ot those cardu were sold for writing paper, and as they were too small, whon folded, to bo ad drosscd, tho stationer Invented envelopes to contain them. r Tho wlfo of an English Into 0130 of one day dropped a bluo-batho vats of pulp. When tho workmen saw tho colored papor they were astonished, and their employer was so angry at tho mischance that his wife did not dnro confess her agoncy In bringing it paper-makeg ship of such men as tho writer ot this letter. Ho apprehends clearly enough tho only effect al means of elevating his race to a ssro "position of and usefulness. Ills advice is Constitution. loss flattering t' an that of Thero Is no law which compols bn it Is far moro salutary. Democrats to submit to Republican doraagogucs, -- Louisville Cvuiter-Journa- l. stealing. This may bo nows to a groat many people, but It is tho truth, TH rT'cOMMITTEES -g novor-theloss. disabuse and tca!iers their minds of tbls political vanity, farce nnd humbug that are fast leading them blindfolded into an Indolent sh'flcssncs the result of which Is now being mintfested by every criminal court's record." Tlioro can lx no o'lostion that thn Southern negroes would bo vastly hotter off if they wo lt follow tbo leader- Kansas City Times. Tho complaint that s Morton'3 liquor 13 not comc from a United States Senator. Mr. Morton will speedily call tho gentleman to order. Loulsvillo Courlor-Journa- l. Mr. Clovoland Is a strong, fibrous man, physically, mentally and morally, and his countrymen know that ho is. Their regard for him is qulto as credit-ablto thorn as It is honorable to Telegraph (Hep.). In splto of tho Northorn section- allsts of tho Clarkson strlpo, tho South Is on thn spot no to speak: It is a part of tho common country, and In tho mat-to- r of progress and development It Is cutting out work thnt tho most favored sections will And it impos3lblo to equal. first-clas- voned. m They Were a 7""""' '" The paper was stored for years, ns a damaged lot and finally tho manufacturer sent It to his agent in London, tolling htm to sell It at any price. Fashion at once marked it for her own. It was rapidly sold at an advanoed rato, and the manufacturer found It dltllcult to supply, at onco, tho groat demand tot colored paper. Thus It suems that Damo Fortuno looks out for hor children, and whon they aro slow In loarnlng useful secrets and possibilities, drops a word of advlco In their way, so that they can not cboosa but ruad It Youth's Companion. Ik ono bo in a morbid mood, the best thing he can do Is to look out for some ono whom ho can assist Tho necessities ho will moot, and thegratltudo that will bo shown for helping relievo thorn, will drive away bis shadows and fill him with sunshine. And there (s lighj for a i'n'l.erd spirit In the worU urlf UulUd I'rcabytorlan. ' about lovo-lltir- o 1 o Tho flrst at of committees appointed by Speaker Iteed would Impress ono with tho belief that ho had boon oxceediniriyiTouorous In tho distribution of coiuulttoQ-mon- , and that ho had made a studied effort to avoid tho appearance of sectionalism. This howtver, will not last whon tho committee list Is gono through caro-fullIt it true that Mr. Iteed was exceptionally magnanimous In his treatmont of his opponents, and with that political sagacity for which ho has always been noted, has healed up a good many sore places. Hut It will bo observed that In doing this Speakor 'IttJbd has been extremely careful to protect Eastern ItiU'tots, and has only mado confessions to tho West in matters where the interests of tho East could not tie affected. Tho two important committees of I'ongroaaro tho ways and means and the appropriation commit teos. Those u re carefully constructed In advance of all tho others, and so con structcd that iu. mopolics would bo fostered. It mado but llttlo difference to thn country at largo, or oven to any particular soctlon of tho country about tho other committees, with tho jioslblo exception ot the eommlttco 011 banking and currency and tho committee oh rivers and hurbors. The former is made up tn the Interest of Wall stroet, while tho latter Is constructed with a vlow of being subordinated to the requirements y. .Made Up to Tleste Hint the glan-- o tho list i:t. Walt Street Tho Montana troublo would bo no troublo nt all It tho Republicans would recognize tho truly Domocratio prlnclplo that elections elect Chicago Herald. Mr. Harrison's District Attonus, in Indianapolis says: "I shall not b my aid, permit Colonel Dudley to bo worried." Of courso not Mr. Harrison can not afford to worry Dudley or to allow tho ovldonco back of tho letter to got Into court It would not bo In accordance with his "Judicial polloy," St. Louis Republic. It is stated that Senator Sherman is at tho bead of tho movement to havo Govornor Forakor appointed Minister to Russia. Tho publlu can woll understand that Shorman would llko. to havo Fora kor sent out of tho country. IIo doesn't, waut Forakor to mako any moro speeches In his favor at Koptibllcau National Savannah Nows. blocks-of-flvo ,, .1, .' wi fa B i13p i Trln"Tii-.t- Ho that tb (WJiS -eommlttco on ways and nv .ins of tho present Congress, which couitnlttco Is headed by Mr. MoKlnley, will report a tariff bill Increasing tho oustoms dutleijg.; on many important artioiea and giving LTwt no relief to thoso manufacturers who TiME have appealed to It for tho freo Importa tion ot raw materials. Such a bill would tflflffr suit tho friends ot Hon. Grovor Clove ?yr land exactly. If made it law It would go that b)e 4 a long way toward Democrat to the Whlto Houso th.eo ego News (1ml ). yoars There are many Indications benco,-Cb.lo- Increased. ""!: J,L IPj ' .f ' - i I ' ' - K t. 5 ! . &, .SBBBBBBb ,- - ih thehFckman courier. Tho BnKKcatlon niwlo in tho CdUKIBR oC lice? l!7tli, lookinp to nn early prinfmy election to elect .UN. 10, 1800. rtttAY, a clplrRRle to'ri'pri'Bent Hickman appkalm, nnil lultpicountli'B iu Hie Con. run 1'i.eiik roiiRT or stitntiotinl., Convoution, probably Vit are miiliortzct I announce Mr. JAS. Jt MAKTIN, of lUrreti nmniy, as a toftsaeinble ii October next. lins CMii.1t.Uie for ClcrU of the Court of Amet tho npiirovnl of n number of pical, audjact to the actiuu of llie I)m uKIkciib, but tlio Democratic comucrnllo priy. - -- Ts. i... .r....j.i "'tit i... iiI.a.I..') in iitiMifnr 1 III An ff. n vice, and io acquaint tlicni" t,r llic,lm,," "ny. fur t IrrV of the t'oiin of A- - tclvt'H llioro fully ttitll the will of tlio people, on tho i.roi.osltion. erratic rtjr. Tho CountKtt believes thnt nn Wo are nlhorlrc't to minonnee Mr. (IEO. early piimary wj meet with some a II. MADDEN cti.li.Uu for ClerU nud thnt faults will !niirlof Appeal, mhjecl lo tli action objections, Itcriticliii; Ntutc Tiixi'U. ni'ru.NKK ArrruTiu: ovutn. ?lgKMAK, KY., if:: m "" - ,t'ir ... - V i T IA- i! - nri.!(laiid presented it to the colored man with the develop, but possibly noto many injunction that he keep his mouth and of n Icsh serious nature than To Our rnlroiis. shut. But Wonton did not keep HOI.. KOllll. pertains to tbo heretofore custom was hiM mouth shut, and tho stor Uccnnso of contemplated cluing of deferring organisation methods telegraphed to Washington byn en in the business inuinifiPinont of until Imiiiediutclyjhcfuro nu elecVirginia reporter. Thu President tlio Couiukk, nil persons indebt- tion when cxoltetijent and prejuis find to feet very much chagrin ed at the publication or. tlio story, tlm ed tons for subscription, adver- dice and personalities are at fever 4JT iWA though ho H glad tho pig wns paid eartl drprmsl it tho ntimwphnrio, XlLlWfOjL A tising or job printing, are respect heat. For many years a large ox- - tributes to the utter disreciufl of r the Federal treasury, begets protects hr from their duty by the officers Uj tlio' 'l,r ''i cash nntl that hots tliereforo anucoitt vnixir whichmwco make sottle fully requested to of clnrial oreaeninil have favored early primaries, trnvngauco and corruption, nud mountain comities, ami suiat-Blfit rrucien oi win necessity oi nn llio wiltir coldnrouiul her,brwillbeooina the nieiit of tho sntno by the drat of nud we want to set It tried. rj5aleoo of dentlu A" Henri ting up a fourth-clasiustas certain aa Mr. Weil's bill ns a means of putting n stfc cliillot In thn ?iANVt''An'i'nunM March, nn it is imperative thnt outMr. Clarkson also feels relieved, Vivarcl anjTt: "1 rom tlio auniuiit of tho fulls of passage just that certain uaiaw lorimiuiug paymotc poRtumntcrsliips ruouuUiua a wiudincftUeet ot suow will standing bftahiCHB must be closed witnesses and jurors, cxreitfilieti !or fourth-claslttiekuvrJUhart I.uvv. will tho Stnto bo launched into Hipv tire iictuollrl ll'ltinj ami tlio Also, nny Wild WWUiUI Vlruinia are cettlui: scenrco. tUwvud itiu UhmhU iilnteausiumI ciVtli. . A revision otjtbe road inW of some flcpoml(lu0 To eat uj Unit and to allow thu Auditor trrejeut however, arc- wonder- ralk;a, tlrirint; lfure It lifo may hold clufins.ijmliist tho Coun-1Bgreat impetus surplus. ing how tiro President Ifnppeued attlou, and mxtVinp foruMr Uio ritiea uurcasoiiaolo claims. will present them for pnyiucnt. this State rec"esn itn AJ&JD COH1T 3swISA.Ij. to shoot tho pig. They declare and nations that it inot'Uonwill pn.'wre," ov luck-ner iu tho surgft'0118 preaa Life Mid human acUMty Cleveland and Dana. that a pig nud n coon bear no WHAT Hi:.TCt'KT JKKDS. nc. 'ilyUiwunl tho Op tlio 119 counties in the Stntc, in h'Mnessnge to tho Legislannd that in order to SL jMerabiirc, Ikrlui, Ixnuton. Pnna, Works-Engi- nes In reference to numerous puband Boilors. 70 draw front tho treasury moro ture. Former Governor? linve (LouUtlll. TIM.) commit such nn egregious blunder Vk'uiih, CoiiktmiUntiplo and Homo mil Agonta for Morris Machine money than they pay into it. Dniing tbo Inst threeears moro tho Presidential uiinrod must .nil iisltep iu aueceeaionuuder their ctcr-parked over this great need in lications mndo from timo to time politi In tho Now York Sun, relating to than 05U miles of ralroad havo have fired In the most reckless or nil ahnnuL DantiKw ery miiny ae nuglO-lSknatou Chandler, Is said to rleucc, nud - WILL OltLN'n ilRAli EVKKY SAITUDAV. been adtled to tbo tulle go of Ken- amateurish stylo nt a bush moved fiii ttonn humntiity ill itudei tako Arctid to Uml aR.ilu inulor tho ieo bo tbo only mini in the Uuitci'i cal) s havo fought shy of commit alleged movements, notions, say- tucky, anil, ncconlinjto tho re- by wind or his own shallow. eiptditiouof tho Ljoiw, IlortWux States, who really regrets Scuuur ment, but Governor Buekner puts ings or doings of port of tho railroad uuninissiou, At any rate. Gen. Harrison's repu- the plaoo l'an, aon eou.it n will and Marodlea. 'llie hao Jo Jllackburn's Iiiiiitiulf on record in favor of nn Cleveland, thnt distinguished gen the sum of upurly twerty-llvtation us n sportsman ia ruined cliauged, oJid tlio KTMKniiliicl innp of . dollars baa beon nicsted in To rover. iht) nartli will hno Ihh'U tnuuforuietl. equitable road tax. As one of tleman has submitted to an inter Tuk election for U. 8. Seator, the largest No ono will Iito and brv.itho any moro exMANLAWTlianS 0 TIIK t. f.J KlIlUTUU view, so that thopeoplo and news tho building nnd cqipmeiit of ns well Public Printer, &c, being mw disto the tlar tho papers ot tlio united states may railroads iu tho Stnto Hiring that to ltKnct'itTiir. Tir: tax. cept hi tho rpintorial tone uj dead wiUi his butt family, noArlywlien posed of, tho Kentucky Legisla- as tho time. With such on ncreaso in will havo much know how to credit leports ema- facilities for transportation there ture can get square down to work. Mr. Weil, or McCrnokon, bad told and bnnijer. will tit on the nhore of of tho aim which Uie weight both with the Legislature nating from timt paper. Ho said: should be n greater iuceaso in tho tho next resolution oflmportance. will liut ea, in tho rtT thereafter ahiito'hun below on an "Tbr l ftbaolutrljr no truth In the re- developmoiit of tho iron, coal, It wns also n joint one nnd goes auibideut tomb reMiluu Thk veteran Cougrcssmnu, nud tho people. The plan bo sugnimlennly port. I htJ not lirJ of ll iiotil Judge Kclley, is said to bo dan- gests embraces: natural gas nnd timbr interests over Torn day, but Is one of the around a UAeleiu light and a barrvu heuC nlf lit. Now, t itanl lo it; In you, for th of Kentucky. Whilf it is true most general Interest yot introu Rss5!?r-- ii gerously ill with cancer. lie was of all owuer hnfit of me llis gtnllttnta comethe prf, that thcro has been aioro enter- duced nt this session. Mr. Weil's 1st ino born iu 1814 and has bee i a memA Hlmloo Juggler. It ll cm for jou lo way up ber of tlio House for over twenty-eigh- t must contribute, of his labor to im here to liivcstlcte an; norlei lie Sun prise and activity delayed in the proposes to reduce the Stuto tax 1 Tlio automaton I hnll now diverilo M r will be no Irulb In developments for tliere yearn. and prove the roads. of tleso iuterests rato from mj pnbliib, proWiillly. Of all lie uew b a hiifio eiirbiuiclo, ii. form and them, la oil within tho last threoor four years at ono jtut like nti ordlnarr dute, aitvh ax cents to thirty-eigh- t 2nd The landed proprietor, tbo U world Ibe Tue Ballard county Wheel nom- - merchant nud tho manufacturer, p.ri in lbs likely to findNew York Sun of than during any pnvious period Tell Rwoop. The grounds for such any one would handle ana attempt to oat the one let out tnylhluft without hiiKxtinp; deception. It waa aaataserRa A TXTT limtejitlfoirticket for the election ny plan (or the future, and ll h kuowu or llko duration, trore push and notion by tbo legislature aro ejiven sailed and exhibited by a Hindoo Urn I M M H HTJ eii f!. i WA'O-OM- , next August, it stuiitla as follows: who are more largely beneiltted, mighty Mule of my plana la tbe pt." enterprise is noetlot for a proper ns tho bnrdous of tho who waa alio a juggler, and Huuinol Tharpe, county Judge; B. should contribute not only of their development of out vast resourc- Dconle, nnd the fact that tho re- - tnl(Kitut, lila carbuncle " tho Tho Now York Sun is a Demobe culled or dolars could be port or tho Auditor or tlio State dato. ' 'Wljeiictr be apoao to it, tlio F. Bailey, county attorney; Alex- - labor, but of theii wealth. cratic paper, but was weak enough es. Millions ",V filinwatlinf miilnp thn nrnapnt nito answ er cniuo promptly ana approprutvhri auderNorthiiigton, comity clerk; Public and private convenience, in its party allegiance to support profitably invested in this State, from tho very heart of the II. Gupton; sheriff; 0. B. Wilds, tho demands of ;nIi In08t curnest efforts eliouldln surulus ro venue or scvenil bun-- aa it cinlizatlon, and Ben Dutler against Cleveland, well lin mniln to sncnrn mrshnre or the ilroil tlinnsnml ilnllnrs has beon ' which liy on a tiblo aorernl lcV .Nperiutendent of schools; Jnmes .!.,. o,l ,nni.nr Ii, iroin too nxiuiuior. .. Moore, jailer; Kuiibcii Overstreet, tho needs of commercial knowing and desiring thereby that 'large amount or capital tlmt is .go 1. Lllllll.llt.V... rpi.n J u It waa not alwaya, liowoTer, an olio- t4 corojjJerj John Wickliffe, surveyor. aliko demand a revision l.t. on.,P.n trn,,i,i i,ni in,.t.. ..,,.1 me Bouuiwnrii in ncreasinc voi whlcli the resolution makes tho ' is that tho tucuty umeyearbyear. In older to so f tho road laws of tho State. onler, tlio data Ka0 has never since lost an opportuni cure capital nnd immigration, with- total reduction for general State tuaateromt, making objoetina, nrtrned l soldiers rosld- Uio cents assessed otleni.g I ty to stab Mr. Cleveland; there- out which onr progress will purposesshnllbercdticod to fifteen axriutea, ami unaiiy jieuung, ait u were, JLowi'Mt for HO Years. filiS 'J' Now Orleans luivo always under protetit, bu- that of twonty-twopposed tlio organization of colbo retarded, we need a fore, it is strange that Democratic cents for school i) kali: iis in it waa "altvpy, 11. G. Dunn& Co's BKVlEW,dis-cussin,orediGhA..K. Posts. Tho same papers or people would give nny reau of immigration uud informa- purposes to twenty, that of Ave or II would enoplain that a.iroo thins over Uretl of doing tlio men maligned CnptGray, Dopurt-- " tion. Ily this uieniia accurnto iiu cents for the sinking fund to threo and"OTer," or " tho jh.iiIo woro not jy-bi- Ilrucs, Medicines, IIooliH.ntatloiicry niiliichto!HupiUcH. tho general business situa- credence whatever to nny utterment Commander of tho ordor, (or mum, formation ns to tho great restore rents, that tho tux assessed Hut all thiaonly euhanect! t.timi", ltiyiiniiiii"isiiirc!i,mmiirH., ances of the New York Sun ou es of the various section of the for thoand and M. College shall bo the " Ills particin'iiTloit in the funeral of tion and prospects nays: HIm, WIiicm nntl I.lCMiorH, lor ?Ictllcat,Lfi!. . A. intercut of tlut otvaaiou; and when, The decline iu prices of all com- anything that relates to tho Jefferson Davje, and the Captain tlaVc State could bo sentterod abroad, nbnllshcd. (Louisvlllo Comnior atlaat, tbo rvliclliotulittlo thing concludA- MT ed to do aa it waa bidden, tlio ouJiotico ias"caught oven with tho patriots modities from January 1 to Jancji.GrrE3rar3CniS and systematic efforts be mail) to cial. waa in ecstnoica. by grnntiug a cbnri cr to the blacks, uary I was about 4 percent., and bring hero an enterprising at A troo waa made to trrow, in mir who have organized n division of tho (communicatedI class of immigrants from rahge is now a little lower KEW1ATG jmttiuu forth Tta long, twuntctl fiherp TUUliif. iVME Ueli. Alger's Grand Army. a. I). HIXONAX, IflR DELEOATE, tho North and other se'etio u of than in any previous January for The ill Dtp industry in tlio United Wares, thou llie lUinty bluuina and tlunllr . Q'ho ml vantages t bo I nut. tho Union. -a clump ot luscious t Hut of WW 11IIK.IW.I1I, ...i - ,t.. lMtlJSCIUrTIONS A HPKCI.VltV. Hays tho Courier-Journal-: In viow of tbo prohnbllity thnt dcrlrotl from aurh n burcnty'irwtrw piJlin. TlU.b Hllll which ..H. M.1I. U tiro waaro not'iuTite.1 to jwrtake, for it thu Capt. thirty years. The ftvorago for ihv wjacration of tliero aro nuddanly, and only tho ainglo was 4.92 per ceut. below that Hickman and Fulton will be called bo very great, and Uio Ji. u Uartlett, of Xovr Orleans, Ad- nartiallr dWinct. and nt tho sumo timo apearel aeen at golden brown .aMlakab jiilnut (ionoral of tho grand Army of 1888. That the average prico upon to elect n Delegate to n people of the State have been ;i- - mtorlooking intoreata. Sheen wero in bttlofirst remained. dato we hntl mmw. of tlio Republic of tlio Department of farm products in the United Constitutional, Convention, nndi fating tho matter for some tine' early times grown almost colely for their Uio a kvecunen ofTim waa, of tbe enly wool, and with thoanmial licanna cams ni.il t. rn.Uim nn... of the gulf, has resigned becuuso " tnckR mat llmiloo jugplera kiMnr aa c,u)8 of onr ve citle8 ,, town8 the gear's income tout in later times it would bo necessary for him to States should bo lower than any also in tills tniitauco nt least tliiitl'i )rf apiMreni r SO years appears to tuo otUco may bo made to Beekmre workinc for tho establlshiniut "l5",e.r , sign the charter of tho colored January for o "i"?V.!l mallut of tuIheL.t m beingresult of juggler abl t post recently udinitted by General bo u fact, and tbo canso that pro- tbo man, permit mo. brictly, to.ot this riloluiaru enterprise., item tn ahecr. hnabaudrv. Mntton aa a Gray! Isn't it about time that the duces such a condition certainly BUggest the iinnio of Judge A. I). Tbls matter Is one of the very cheap and acceptable meat Iu. Bll OhaTdler. with a cohort conaldcra-tiop- . Kinsman, ns a splendid V. ' "1 "? JiT ndenco to think lUt U,o roieo can,. nt'llu ilimrriililfli art' nllrrvtl at t)M. uian for ""l-,uud tlmt . ." jr?Kr two of thoso Northern cliamp- - sliould:demnml serious ' . cmUbpI itoclf l of Uw ' iouVbflho negro, weio putting Low prices for anything is that position . Ho is nil oitl real- - ,,0. .,. 0f ren.er j,nnor nce t0 laciorain7ibn Mcansfi iraLmiiofdicm .Ti llio very Iowti.it tin' mnrkct Jtts.itles. iv,. . .i,ii,,.t,.!.,nm,.i ......., -- ...... . . ... in 17..1. ..i.. :. down tins oppressive rebellion nlways caused by the small de- dont, having iluouioit in ruiiuniiuo wnoio :.. . COUKl como un " view oi nuio laci iiiai mo merino is nm, and anally, with liraj and wUiks ' OintO iwcuMWaltv Wirt i.,i.. , ' ALL GOODS QUAINT. ED 10 BE EXACTLY IS HLPMUlltf against tfio'blncka iu tho ranks of mand, precisely ns high prices by county in 1815, and ever since nc-- j before thnt body. The press and a, 0f the finest and leat ouality. it siuldriuy attached, flew acrnaa the ho Republican G. A. tt.f menno. and alighted Itetween tho conjurvr'a join"ou.u make a combined, taeviJent that tho a great demand, or great scarcity tivelv identified with everv imbl ol l,eol" This waa occomplmhed by r m i onslaught on the Legislature, and though it may supply oar mamitactonea ed hand. machinery adroitly bidden beproduct or article wanted movement affecting the public in- uot let up until Kentucky has a with tha material for the fineat of woolen meant of The Democratic Leclslutlvo of tho is carlmncle and thu koIiWii tween caucus at Frankfort was large and There no ecnrcitynf corn grown terests. Ho is the oldest prac Diireau of Immigration and Infor- goods, on tlw othr huid csnnot trijiod the which it lay. Cunoua and nion satisfy tha butcher. The ahoep haying o uiiu. ijiuusay nom- iu the United States, for instance, tising lawor in the two counties, mation. iHiiiuuuiuuB.. to both feed and clothe ita kcecr, it ia startling rta wero tlio movements, they of meohanixm, and of inated Senator Blackburntfor. re- but there is n in truth "tlio father of tho public an important question : What ia the were wonder election, a iid ah e' nominatinn waa hence low p'ricea do not como school system Iu Fulton Comity, hkw unr. LAWK beat breed of aheep to do this 7 IM- - course had nothing to do with the jKiwers, such as tho vcntnlxput nnnonlinoii8lr nnnroved. uftor . aaaava j t J l'tnm an Iiniin prebindwl to powtoM Atn meeting oi tuo KCiuiiPky UfUU uui tilO ll uiovAicii d Tlimigh thogrr.wuigoftliepuro-bloo.lewhich Mr. Blackblirnnckiiowledg-- i from n scarcity. Therefore, it must tho leading worker in securing our Fish and Gnmo CInb nt Louisiilie,' mPriWm lUia ita place, and an im.r- - Ulttr. . eoiue nonor in nn eloquent speech. como from a lack of consumers, present railroad, and nlways ac- a nronoscil new jramo law was lani one, anu uie iicmaoii lor tueir vooi For PublicsP.rinter, 3oi. K. Polk in other words, the "lioine market" tive iu public affairs. Tho pay of Strasbourg's Clock Outdone. lndieatiM th jiroaperity of manufacture V"je SJcnler in JohiiKon, the present incumbent, does not need tho quantity our tbo position is not compensating, drafted, and a committee will go of the finest Kooda, it ii! by thocrosainRof wonderful clock, sidd to Ihi superioi to Frankfort to urge Its pusBRge. who had no opposition, was choa-e- country grows, and them with other breed in which tho In mechanism and iliotaricty of its therefore, the but tho honor is such that nny one It is ns follows: ". without a diseuting vote. Thus qualities predominate to tho famed Htroabourir a.v DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS AND relief must como by in some way would prize, nml I submit if it shall be unlawful to kill Uiat a aheep l for lioth meat and wool trcscmical &:id aHwtoho clock, will lie That it were two good men called to conia tlio one placetl ou exhibition in Tammany Hall tinue In tho public service; may reaching an increased number of would not bo a just compliment dove or woodcock from January is produced. A KIICUPIAN, ICY. and for eonaiderahlo timo w ill nt future Legislatures lmve db little consumers. Onr low prices are to this old citizen's declining years, 15 to August 15; quail, partridges, tliat in mot localitim ia to jay. Th mam thoro for tho inflection of tlio piib-pheasant or any member of that merino is slow of growth and amall of trouble fu finding db good. not caused by grain from foreign to elect htm ns our delegate. Vu ixniptilu l,il nl DePRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED. Bpecles from Jnunury 15 to Octo- carcuM when inuturo ; but when crowrd lio. Tlila with a ranid crower. ono that matures troit by Prof. Felix Meiers, n gentlcmau shipped hero uud countries being Stewauts Battery. ber 15:' ceeae. duck or teal, from rl. i ll.f'll ! r. ..M'l lava .mi nr.ii wtio liaa iinrotm ma onuro inn to ilia An exchnngo tersely sams up 1 to September 1; deer, iroin f(j the following n needed amend- Bold iu competition with onrbomo ot remaiknl,,0 ita woo, study of astronomy nnd meolnnioi. It Janunry 15 to September 1, and either in quantity or quality, a aheep is in called tho American National AS OPEX COJUXSNIIIX. ment to tho extradition treaty grown grain becauso the prices in Clock, nnd it ia probably the turkey from Mnrcb 1 to October 1.' obtained Uiat pays for itaelf in iu wool with Canada: It needs to lie nil foreign countries are now, nud The proposed law provide n of prims qmdity, and furnhihes a good moat complox and inguniona horologiod changed sufficiently to allow the always ore, higher than offered Ill the Ways nnd Means Com- penalty of i nnd cost of prosecu- - quanUty of mutton ana profit. Of such work that tho hand of man has ever in Uulted States officers to go over produced. Thin clock U 18 feet high, 8 our homo markets, mid surely mittee yesterday tlio Republicans tion for nil convictions of pornons tkere ami nrroBt any fugitives foot wido, and S footdoop and Wtighn showed their, hands by invariably who i. in gnmo during ti.n periods with the CoUkold (Corner of Jackson anil Kentucky Sirccta,) from this country, particularly grniu growers in Europe would asking the sugar men if they would ,,ut Ui0 t mam ol Aracricnn 4,000 ixiunds. It is wound onco in when he has his pockets bulging tint ship grain to n country where uot bo satistletl with n bounty on mentioned, and provides a similar Bhoep on the Wcstorn plauw, wool is the twclvo days, and u nm br weights ol out with about G0,000 of green- tho piicea are lower. If our low sugar instead of tbo present du- pennlty for nny person guilty of. Important product, and hero tho crosa 700 pounds. It show tlio local timo la n iqwn tha backs. Extradition treaties should prices were eaueed by foreign ty, nnd invariably the response destroving eggs or nests. Thoj must lo with tho merino whieh baa hours, ofminutes and second, nnd the thirtoet. other ciliea of the tune ahe..p pennlty for trespassing upon' "natlT" Lave less stipulation and more itylleb 11KJ8 for.hlre wns on emphatic negative, Washington,; TUST Ol'KKUI), wiib new HTOOK, onl and world, among the property of a fanner Is fixed p.wl "" tbi a variety oii, eany imiwr- - Hm WaiKiiM'o, which art 1'uLin, Cairo, J TEKlia reaaonable. l'atronag aolfclttil. out. fine, It ought not to baa mat- grain on onr home markets, we Afelbouriin, ivMinlrv inlornnvuiina lo Wflnnotif, of IjooIbIiiir, let .t not less i.hi. - nor more ll mi. , might ."protect our farmers by VftrlotU( briMStbl in hicll tu&ny o j ter of moment whether tlio stolen Conatautiiiojile, tit. PeUratmrg, London, the cat nut whon be answered that money was from somebody's pocket-b- imposing n tariff to shut out the ho was oppoBod to tho bounty c2j for each offense, providing tho cooa i, hnvo in (hln flul( borlin, and Pari. It alo denotes tlio owner of tho land lias his property Qio merino haa a crcat work to do to movements of tho planet, and cCbU drawer or'burglar-proo- f foreign grain, but such "protect"for the reason that the country tlielr movcmeuU by aaiMona, yeora, oy notices in at iexsTrwo raiao tho j ield of wool one,, two, or more Bttfe." till mnatsee, would bo nbsurd can see that a bounty is n tux, posted ion," conspicuous places, warning tho pounds pr head, and fiivo'it n higher and cycles for 200 years, including leap and, ir we are singled out for tbe years. Concealed in its interior is a Sknatou Inqalls has declared and ridiculous. Not so, however, receipt of a bounty, a demand will hunter not to shoot npou bis! ralue, j box which pliii when Doutli utrikcs in favor of a law exempt-itigth- e with the many manufactured nr bo made for Ita abolition that can promises. nimself each hour. At tho ;uino moment tho children of Union veterans tides tho farmer has to buy. Tho not be resisted." This is a frank like halUlones in figure of Wasldngton, acatcd in a chnlr Hard On the 28tb day of December. summer words are from examinations under tlio civil "Protectionists" prnto about build confession, which pierces nud ilbeating down and destroying beneath a canopy, rio to his feet, holdof Indcndcnco in tha service law as a means of secur- ing up a homo market" for the luminates the whole tariff system 1889, the On uiborland Presbyterlnnl what thay would nourish if they were ing rightDeclaration livened servant BiIiIh hand. A ing appointment. There is only American llko n thiBh of lightning. Tho coun- ciiurcu oi jYinyneui, Ky,, met Iu melted into drops. tting nt thu right hand also rises and fanner, but tlio farmers one step beyond this to take, un nave try "can seo" that the bounty Is a that city to tnko action on tbe Inviolable fidelty, good humor, and opens a door, through which como nil we might as well tako it if we aro now been waiting many years, and tnx, while it rarely does seo tbo liquor question. The pieamblo set complacency ot temper outlive all the tho Presidents of the United Stntca, who find themselves getting the forth that, whereas, at a mibllo charms of a fine face, and makes tbe de- march in reyiow before) tho clllgy of to Adopt tho proposition of Sena- lowest prices Torn nil, indirect iiuij tax .p.i. co deof Mnyflold, cay of It invisible. quarter of a ecu it does It sees it atonlv nun niicu Ilenali K done with Nonticw nnd diapnteli. Washington, saluting him m they pass. Dc i idl kinds of Mi ihlmi Work. tor lugalls, uud that is to exempt tury. nnrtlnllv.! " ueiu ueceuuier ssii, JH8!i. tho aov t n ll.tvinrf lor Uo.l with now tooM Tho proceiwion dianppeitrs through a ,i. nu ucsceiiuuuts or Union veterans oKiinnnteo nil wo d to (jlviiti-.!.t. i... .!...!.. ii. in which wo door on tho opposite side of tho platform, Tmi world la a In tlio WW, wo h dl It n nh i o of ; mi." tnulo. nnd tho boil M telilni-tt- t organizutloiui were repeated ST. fral wn iroin tuo necessity ot earning n HVM of e, . are all hunting for honey; the few are which ia ojicimmI nnd cloned by a aenaut Tub rapid advancement In min n .. . i a DAiiiiinii in ' living. The Kepubllcau party is ing and tho huildiuir of railroads irifwereas patent as tho bounty,, itn "' Bnuss Goods, &c. constantly on hand. ".' idocesiful, but the many only receive hi gorgeous livtry. Tlio likenesses of Piping, " determined to creato un heredita- and factories have brought nu in the country would wipe It out .'; and pains in the eflort. thefo figures, iucluding thnt of President whotiier they wouldft" licens- tlnf l W aro aircnti for B'tw Ml to Fn lnr an III ' r Iroi Feiiilug, CuruUb Wurk. Cylinder ry clnsH of some sort iu this to bo rear, Hayes, who U titix of thousands of cmlcrnnts, yot quickly ns Wniinotli suys it would ed saloons in thnt city, ol all UI uln. At. l'u.i. Enkbqt will do anything that can be oxocllont. As in theas tho nro saidclosed fitairhawa bUliiBlo u.,J lluaillt it and wheredoor is soon we should be glad to have and no talent, no there is room for a vast army of wipe out tbo bounty. as tlio Cumberland rresbyterinu done in the world; opportunities, will the llguro of Washington resumes ita the party show ita full hand no circumstances, skilled mechanics and thrifty farm choir of stnto, and ull la qulot until tho cnurcii lias (leoinretl to tlic world Saws 180!.. animal a man ers.aud especially the latter. Wo The democrats in Conpress nro ,,,nt no,,,iK fll,ort constitution- - make a hammer of Donth again sounds tho hour do not mean renters, but tboso tiuahlni' a reaolutlon to lurnsti.' (11(1 stntutory prol.lbltlo.i on tha gnng, whoa tho extraordinary of tho , PutLADELVHU JJecord: "Notb- - who can purchase a small tract of gate tho charges of bribory nucl1 init,iufuctnro nnd Ralo of ulcubollo As every thread ot gold ia vahte.as sccno is repeated. Tho quarter hours ing has occurred in tins country land ami cultivato it us their own. fraud iu tho Presidential election liquors nB a beverage time; and tab aro struck by on infant, tho half hoursa by lv tlio, so is erery minute ol shoe horses with by a youth, and tho would be great folly to so easily evinces Lauds can ho purchased in almost for years-tha- t by tho soveral gold (as the lioinau Emperor Nero did) mnn. Tho Himth Church, Uu3ton, has Oniet; near N. id Meiot, Cor. 7H1 and Moscow Avenue, United the luuer rottenness of the every Southern State, cleared, iu Indiana, nnd this in faco of tbo States, States, and offered &15.000 for the clock, tho price will bo satisfactory. Tlio so it Is to speed time in trifles. press us its fidlute to re- ready for the plow at $1,23 to $10 knowledge thnt a Kepubllcau preamblo was mi of which is S.W.OOrt followed by buke the rascally scheme. " devel- an acre that will yfold sixty bushels speaker will appoint a majority of lution protesting against a resoI! less ED be the man who knows how SALE AND LIVERY STABLE' the no oped iu Montana to turn tho Leg- oi corn to mo ocro or it will yield Kepiiblicnns on tbo Investigating lliiu'l KsiivriMirnt. wn tn Ilia nAr ami nntov nnnftenM tion being tnken by the Senato Vou cannot iillord to wnttu ex islature of that State over to tho uuuiiaiiy in several other crops, n committee. They feel coiifldout nud House of Representatives nt man that parted early with his boyhood, perinientiiig wIk-- your Iudkk limelaIn dan- And get nro your lllnckimlthlng and general ana blessed us me man inai carries uis minority by throwing out mem- profit of from two to ton times tlio ger, CoiiHUin jitloii always dccoih, at lirst, ltiairinK Juno nt They further bers who wero olectetl us Demo- first cost of the laud. As com- that tho proof will bo overwholm- - the present session. rho llcenso sys- boyhood down latest into lifo. only a cold, Uo nut permit nny dealer to claimed that since crats. Thcro is no hope, for a pared with the ! Tue powers of the mind, when they Impose ution you with soma cheap & tem was bnnisbed iu 187 i, peace, of J)r. King's Nsw bitooTery for parlytliHt lias hot vittuo enough States, where n farmer must house are unbound and expanded by the sunnnd population lmvo pro- shine of felicity, moro frequently luxur- CoDiuniiitlon, Cousin anil Colds, hut he wealth to resent such on attempt to himself and stock for fivo or six TiiK prophets of tho Adveutists gressed ( Corntr of Obion and KtcUaugt Strati,) KENTUCKV ovory you K't ho defeat aMalr election. The gnmo months enijli year to keep from have revised tholr figures nud fix and theyInbelieved deeliahlo way, iate into follies than blowoms into good- sure iiibLo moro llie genuine Jleojiinf ha proiit he may (ell you can in letting well ness. ployed for is thn olectjon of two freezing, in the South ho can work tho time for tho world to end on KY. TTY.KVB oonitantly onlhand for hlro HICKMAN, lmi sonietlilng Juat as kouiI, or fuit llio enough alone. nnd salt 'United States Sonntorsjluit it in- - on his farm every day In tho year. tho 7th day of October, 1800. Some people pay a whole treasury of same Don't lie dceeived, hut innUt upon flood Work at flotk.bottom I'rlccs. M7 IV "limiflKB. IIU001KS and IIACKB. In Dm wlnntnrr To put it mildly, rrolvea n iliRlinnnr tbo repoatod failures South is tbo Kopubliean mom. love In return for a stone; others deal gettlngUr King's New UNcovery, which moltu Mil. Finmjy, HaTlnc imrohsitd lae aUlilc hories dftfcst'will bo moro costly in the end farmer's paradise. the Honost, Indus- of this prophecy hundreds still bor of Congress from Kentucky out their affection at interest; otberi U gtiaranteed to give relief in alt Throat, tam I M, UOnK Vt. frlnltv-t1... ....... .,i .inn. nuiflt of tu II. l'luminr nn take the utmost farthing and catt it InU I.uiil' anil Cheat afieetlona Trial bolllira a hundred Republican do- - trious emigrants are wanted iu all havo faith, and aro getting tbeir has Introduced a bill to tliair ws lo conlluut luilufiaal reduce the ditch, and leave their benefacto, j llc at J. W. Cowgll li Drugstore. Large JOHN F. UHAY. fv.'r the Southern-Kut- . I uBcuaiou roben &c, reidy. (OiloU patroaact 'Lottlcifl. the tax on uhioUcy to 50 contu. tsarSO It ueunlleni anda beggar. . of the I'eraocriUlc State Cuiiteulion. Pi,-20j,4- i; Tho Attention of the Legislature Mr. Well, tho member of the Is directed by the Govenor to tho counLegUlaturo from McCraoken rottenness or tho jury systenul ty, is coming to tho front ns a prac- nmuii Miunoun increase in Qost tical reformer, and In h innnner to tho State of ICO per con In vpnrs mid that will bo practically appreciat- four fiscal year, 73 per cent in tho last dearly duo neg. ed by tho people. Ho has intro- ligenco of duty on tho part to of the bill to rcduco tho Stnto Circuit Judges nud Commonwealth duced u tax from 47 cents to 38 cents. IIIb Attorneys. Referring to tho cost of witnesnnnltion is well taken, In vlow of ses alone In cominouwenltli cajes tiie fact that tho Auditor's report ho says, 'that in tho county of shows that there will bo at tbo cud Anderson there was paid to witof tho present fiscal year, June nesses tbo sum of only $10,vU;l in 30, 1S90, a balance in tho treasury iu the county or Boll, 81 484,83; iu . Dll-- O IP mu i.iuiuurt uuililiy OI JJOOUC ., or surplus, oi i.,l only 831,30; in tho countv.'1 of therefore, our present revenue Breathitt, 2,311 88, In tho cdluty this largo amount or Caldwell, only $8.00; iu Xw laws produco nnnuiilly moro than Is necessnry county of Clny, 81 073,44: Iu )he for all the exponscs of administer county of Knnton, lucludinrliiiio ing the State government, which largo city of Covington, $33ir(, nnd iu tho county of Knott, is conceded, why then it ccrtnlnly in tho county orCnuirl(cll, should follow that the rato of tax Including tho city of New pint, ation should bo reduced. A sur S85.U2, and in tho county of Kijox, plus in tho Stnto treasury, or In ?3(JU1M." Tins iliQoreuco hint " c-.s The End W tli TTorW. Tho follow iiii?ur.mnl pltftute. of th ('lik.i UrrtU Wn.liliiglmi and of tho world ii by tlio uotoil 1 rvnch The old sports who linger about acltMitUt, Cimillol'lftmmarionthe hotels of Washington are In Tho oftrth wmWii, bIio fliU dio. Plifl dined to havo a great deal of fun will dlo either of old o. when her titnl over President Harrison's unfor- (leaietit nhall lmvo lKen lined up, or to o( tho tunate mistake on his Into hunting tlinrngU tho citlncUonMwpoiidrd.aim,"'" in According to tho story from lvsornya her lltoaccidont, tlinrtigh trip. aJw tiy Pikax Creek, Vii., tho President mlRht with dio celeattnl Innly meeting uomo mistook Gilbert Woolen's favor- lir mi lii'i- - nmtiv lillt tllt-- l 1'tld l tlld ite brown pig for a coon and filled vorld is Uio mit inniroliftbleof all. Bho that luckless beast full of Prcsl cmj, wo rowat, iliti s imturnl dentil (Initial lead. But another part of ihrouph tho alow rdinorption of her is probable tlmt In fact, tho story which was not told by element. water nro itlUminiobing. l"u the sir returning sportsmen Is to the ocean, niul the Btino"i'li,-,ro- , apiwara to the hke cP.ect that Wooteii made no nwl'ul hnvo Wen formerly mueh more comiiler-ohlotlm- iiaiiiiino.v iiii,f.r.i a em. l"tll FUaNlTUKE. DISAI.KHS FURNITURE. - STEPHENS & TWjEB, IX Bf flaUj" rtJ-liM- ill inifliim and Undoriaker's Cloods, nlTi-rl- u row when lit discovered that his pet porker had been slain. He "took on" nt such a into that thu Prudential party made up n purso ninu-!bc- i ..I. s i MMI im anl I mr iii l V ar lUrA'l. J" " crunl w iNMivtrntetl by iit-- r whieh ear . tail i.a. at aii ' C inlr J. Rcokoro. Ton oj. Cijf"a' cMinlnur chcinienlly with tho rooka. II Chnmbor Uota, Muttiowon ta Hhnost eortiUn Uml tlio tciuiH'rntiitv of Wartlroboo. tlio ititonor of Iho clolo reacliiHl Umt ol Iwiling water nt tho depth of id Hint nix lli WeoirryaurlmiIWo.MilU iu.wlUra lAnta miles, niul presents the writer from ItTIUualrUi an4 lob Work a loim). any loner; but tlio nltwiriitiou will eoutinuo with tho cooling of the kIoIkj, Tho oxviren. nttromn. nntl ear-- John w. Momtia. Ixmio acid wliieli comiwino mir ntinoa-plier- o also Rpivnr to iuiilt.rgti slworjt-ttoi- i. but 1vi,r Tli tlilnViT may fur- 112) aw, it i inourdny. The toiret-tri- n. T 8H'H. '"' ll WhIiii in" """ -- EAST HICKMAN tJ J Z post-offic- e. JIfO. W. MORRIS FORD, Prop's, or s luff-.jtort8- - iFine Buggy Spokesl s- -- n iaU'r-tixiiiic- 1 office-huntin- I y o mil-lin- n BERTWKS1C, BALTZER & GO., tax-paye- r Chief-Executiv- e, recom-meudendntini- is - ll a a y ttt .gsfiE'csgsaan.; vzsr&s&fr! & i I ?a I forty-seve- n ono-hai- I tax-ridde- n ;?'T,::i, H - HICKMAN. KUN'ITt.'KY.. 1 ! inter-cours- , ikX1 .TnKex'-Fedcrn- ueces-saril- y T. I3K;TJGO-I3q?- o g g Ule-sirab- 2E33Si nrm-enc- D03IESmC MAOJIBP il 18-S- I - I ii- -. IM . wide-awak- '"""" ",...., h-s- ! I ahght-of-hnii- a much-neede- d J2T.Y RRLIABLB. rilR'i; 4 t 1" , ..i '"Z """"'?" I ST.'Br"fr'u .ii d MllS"ZZ fnut-lik.x,-...- ifiJS ftnt :iel, i.i ,., -l tM ata-e- pure-bloo- I super-abundanc- fi?oo"jrs'c .a. ix v9aLi THE OLD EEL1 ABLE. a m a I r" aa n DYE-STUFF- w lx-a- cross-bree- d (.iin-'i- t M. , f I"-.- or Aatro-nomie- Courier-Jonrm- l. l c!"cr f?,?!"0 -- Iiw Uim HICKMAN, SlaMtj ux-Qn- v .- , I roi KENTUCKY. ook, i.,, it, nicu-surr- a mu-cl- o KINGMAN &' BOMAR. Hickman Machine Works. KAHT lrK'IOIAN'.lvY. pJNQo Wo 3IORXIS i 0., VuS, :'.., ,.,t,, ' bee-hir- I '"" l7Tn "T r . Pipc-Fillin- couu-try,au- d bo-for- e I two-legge-d with-euti- t. Elk k, for i and Mail Sta 1 1 threo-quartc- nt t. 4 STOP! 11 "' North-wester- n bulla-tio- ii J. F. GRAY'S, Fahis Sl Parker m -- . - - 3v 2 A4 '" tamm. awn.! - ft-l-- i' ' . .: ! 't. PiMlT lTTTaallllsr-- MfflMJnaBafltaHiWMalafflW MtniliTMfff--l-i- l r . HUi a . -i- .- - fTrTinr-r- ' 'r'ltmxm a"PBiiiwp,w. j ' ijiijirn.;?; ,,,.,,,,,.1 HaaavaWaaePraaaaa.....lBna.MB 4P ADTIRTISINO ! y.t,. aBeivaa---- w 41- , 4. ... 1. v RATES. .. -r c Kr.ni wAt,io:n TAKP. Ou ruUnm. in Ufte;iirtii ii"itiu pin fut. r- till) (X) UimMu ( jmi. an; - . . on (in ii. atJitlviual ,7n -- tlal TrH"lit Imli, iinr and legal Aril ImiiIiih) Mttlon, xt lueli each riiit Si 00 Willi Invls,Bori of Esq. CHARLES TON Ttj HldKMAN. Henry I)U, oneofil,. Irai,,lat young men of Pulton county, a I,, .inj(n(, h located In Hlokman, and lb, CoOin Railroad Communication Bo- a warm weloorai, --"MJea-le- ?'T COUNCIL PllOOEEMNGS. HlCKMAM, r Kr odd-alicutlliif rf column lulu, aJJIlluual rkarif-- e will Urn Mia4, " Obltnatlee, raa.itiitli.na, anl lrllata of rupee I, r.prxl Ilia latent Aratita p- -r line rd IIIU nolk-- a 10faiiter il Brat wrAi for lane mall" iHialluual, dtiiI i r Una earl, Humboldt, Tcntt., 8 to vote on a prpiuilllon lo lift ftjooo addlllrn! eld in lb- - Mo Tenn 4 a. railroad, which 1 tween these Points Probable. Lo.xti.nr.rr.iiHCD TO HK UIIATiriKII. CharlMlou (Mo.) Itamoeral. t,il ra. Look at This ! If II amount will AompWi. l)ic 6allra0t fM for building thai road to h eoramenc-meof lha IllcVman and Tiplonelt'e lew. There active .pi,0n to ibe additional aubacrlpllon, but In frleodt are raid to be In Iht mijorlly none aiiout tf v n maM rpalare, M Hill ll fu If !! "' Kiit'l'ITi. llra-llUI-ial.- ir .... l, iii-.- t II jun U ; van! II tm II T" i uii-- i i, Clly of Hickman, n0w bullJlnK at JifTer-onflut jot rnlKTINQ ' "J la fart, If n will ffel lane, 41 feel trflilloN, tltta In a -i .ail.i,clii Miannr, Jen fcl 8 Incbet depth of bold, 6 t. ran ltaa air vault MtllBrd Wr Calling al Ilia 28 feel long, U Indira U diameter, with 0 dure; ayllnJere 2D inchrt 10 fool ttroke. She will btre a full and elegant cabin and v?Ut ban all the modern Im provenientt- - Hhe lllball In all the Snul itcamcr cf the Una. ll, hm- If oil"'tltlll. lar.le, "oil llllll"n. KM ll.a.le, lla.lli-- .l l'arl, if nt FMy-lin fnu want flilaluraa L'lrrulare, Ti, IjrliiK your Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, &o., thnt noeO reiialrliiK, lo Hob Uuek, opposite Mil Shaw's nt lluck IHoh', and ho will repair thorn as n workman uhould. ni20 Tlio now Anchor lino etcamnr ilrat-olas- s lm, boll-er- Courier Job Office. S. K. DAVIDSON, aaaEaaaaaaaaaaaaWP'ffaaaaaaa. ; IM2 (Uffie 3W W? r CuwkIH' M. M CK Off I)rC Sior,) lllrkmnn. " ilrwliirky. thoiild bear In ml nil Uat lo.nlghl ifrltlny) at City Hall. Dr. Jtbu le Wilt MlHir, Iht famou lyeiuu tc;arr. -- HI IfCjjt cd Thlt Courtihlp and Marrltf Oall, I will ilo yon good lcn It a tbem Ibal, ivrbapa, will lalrreit tnl work. YoAKLRY. more tlio all ollurt; but young people KM. J . II. Itoullinc, wilt prrnch alio a tfittat that Ih middle aged md old l Simmon'! cKojMiOu, Uundaj, Jan, never know o much about thai lhy 12tb, wouldn't know mora If Ibryetiild. Therefore, let all turn eut to hear blm. jtScaiT ne wsr ). loading a target gun In lh- - (hooting gal lery, Friday night ofcbrUiroaa week, eldantaly (hot and killed lack Hltrni, Hit nruprlctnr of lli gallery, tlttrna, lh un foriunal nan, wi a ttranttr in Hickman, Thi tad 9 bavlug rreaUtly locald affair wat purely ncoldeiililly, anl Hilt every bdr knowt, but none S. ,M It li aa agonlilng irouble 10 Mr. lrinler. Mr. Goorgo Carpenter, while c lrt. Tbo young peoplo of Illckinnn "Ir, that farmtrt rnlrrlala lit The wheat crop In k PPp Klnna.n, M.JI.ontlllf, Kr. No olnss of citizens, -- nys nn Tlio Illckruan l'otoWco lins exchange, It to grtatly Inttrmed In (ol riadi ai our farmer, and ret no olhir el.i Un oioJ Inlo the qbrick known, aa o indllferent lo them. Tlife a much better and appear I'liut kniut, ought to be oma tyilematle direction of a!r buililng. Iba labor eiptnded In building and repair, Duck Hros Is llm plnce to have lug rounlry roadi, end everynn abould jour c.vo tcitod nntl fitted to the fel It for bla Interett to d all hi eon.itt-enllcan to make Ibe roadl what Ibfy licnt Pebble Glauses. iiurIG thould be. Oood rowli are both tahnriav-InMr. Kos IJttlo nml Iter, Mi- and economical, while bad roadt are MHU LltlU, and Miff lUulah Kln. of the reverie. vltluj oucUtj lrrWn, Trna rot. . IV. uiiiiiir. aniiuiiiai frltoJa la llltktnan. of IHckeian College, reached Hickman Jur. linmne suit of up kit aad baa K? The tullnn, orltlnallT I.Hccilhi vb. lag Ih holiday aiaongtit taken III ha per KurKR, er for nancut abod r tic Ihe ua C. It. 1 g of alrawberry ntaali la full bloom Annlo Klll-n- ti nml dnngh-tr- , aland fraltiag beautifully; and ll a well and Mix Matll, art abitnl (or a wlnttri matured aeeond erop Augual applf from villi la Allanlk, Mra Kubn, Ihi latter atailng ibat lier MIhb Ooorglit TaAiiler, rcttirnod peach tree wire In full bloom The flilll rudfly ift alnee, lidoie WaJntflaf, from Ifnth Tiil to blaitttbfli no doabt, ifforliof lalnrf: rou f back rclailtra In Mtniit. and It It a taf prediction that wt ahnlt Mia- - Kiltie Klncmnu lofl Mon bav no ilranUrrlet, piacbet.or piart ilar for a ali w.k' tiilt la lrr lrolhr, thlt year. htilloB. bo luxuriant f ravait apprr a holiday Tho CountKit aoknowletlgrs preieat from Mr Eru Keif, of a Mr. 0. ovtr-gen- he 4f of a ganlal and cultivated ' Itola gentleman, aad comet wlih Ih klgkeil i'altta. credential a a eholr and tiaeht r. Our Moy Fnrlii, people ihuld aurroumt blm and im I'IrI'I ! Dr. A A I'trU. If fi Bun.U; lanli -- lih eneoiirareiueni in tbe'r nl.fcl la lfnJ Mri. CUrL't fchool (or power, and If tiny do, we havr bote that joupf liJln, Bfr NtihTllle, Tun. aball build up a aoboot equal lo lb la lb eouniry. n Yonkloj-'pnlnlf-Try Dr. , $1,000, ''t'ob Jbtrof , ht btn canrniralxHl r iruilnnl eilitcat e nl far C00. aparance ery a Ut T matter to his satisfaction, Btaled his belief that he could interest sunlclcnt capital in tho project to '.Ja9a connection make the eiprct-eand It clialrtaaD of llie fittl ence of our member, It mi to sometime within tho next twelve Ibat he would receive more promlotal months, providod only that tho liimril. up t ilia com. recognition la lb could bo had without Mr. Scutcr IUilirrtB, who has mltlrr Walker vld far Cox foripeak atiiarn la lia a fatnrlla lllaalaan. kij aa er, who wai deflated, and Mr. Upeakcr expense. Littlo or 110 troublo will a fcffllr'l poalllun In llifdry vooJi Iipii Myira, it It claimed, preferred the be experienced in that direction, wbu beled t honor bim, ''tUBkfM sr.jiamtr a. rnaw, wurra an iritaui win it is safe to assume. Tho followcrttliar Gnl bim. "Silence parties" nro now be- - ing letter from Mr. Ward, receivaaRaBaHOS Tlio Act to Inrorpnrnto the cominr nna of the molt popular fada. ed last Friday, contains tho latest Hickman Uaill.IIna; and laa Axcllln Ir.Tlutlsst are eeni om velfj are development of tho matter: " a Krl lay II. IL Un arriving ty 8ur-vy. I.I-t- rr long-desired R Our Itepresentntive, It. IL inctlioiVof pxtrnctltip teoth. Of- Watkr, kii aailgne-lo th following ttcc over Uoic'8 book store. rommiilrea: Oeolof leal lnd Tltlea,and Reform, Ibe and Hflrenebirenl Our Hcnntor Kemp, scrrcsou two lautr mortanl committer, but on Ika follow lajr Hanator fomniltteta,' account uf lb age and former uperl. aJ I'dMlo HnllJlnfa, I'rlnlln', ! d 111 to any one unless they expect Rome of tho prist two years, been folt n need and exprensod a Rtreet pay roll wek end'g Jan. , $ 10 2f service in return. Hotb our Sen-Ho- r Somk disciplo of liluckstono Chaa feaeharo. aailinee of J. H bedosiro for railroad cotuioctlous nnd Reprpseutativo go to 3 30 Lailut. for Maektmlth work, dwelling within the confines of tho 2 ro Frankfurt uiitrainincled by any tween this point and Hickman, T. T 8ayne A Co, forooaloll, Stato of Virginia has acquitted it Dcni-oura3 00 such obligations. Clinton Ky., a distauco of about thirty 0 II Vlin for dainag to akifl, boy of the charge of stealing nit ling, 4 05 removing dnd miles, tiuch a road would pass, ChaaA Mraohem, medical attendance umbrella because the dufeuso deI)r A Farla. 3 00 monstrated that all classes of peoNOI.lV.tltY ASM AI.0.M1: on prUoner lu jail, for tho greater part of its length, In plo will do tho same us tho hoy through an undeveloped pait of Dr A A. Firl,exptue Incurred Ilut lie llnii'i IleKrrt It. removing boly of late tr Cook, II 00 lias done. Tills Is a queer decisMississippi county; through that Oeo Carpenler, dieting prionre, 23 00 irranklort Cor. PaJ.icah aiai.4ar. ) ion. We supposo that it means J W Cowglll, for onal oil, Ac, portion of tho county, too, in WLMeOulcben,cllyeIrk,lUony J3 Railroad passes nro used with that what la robbery by a single 1 ov tho utmost snug froitl, nnd the L. Individual becomes n virtue when which Is located tho best timber orricxa-- . Tri.xMXT wirn ctrr and farming lauds. Such a road, The finance committee preaenled tbalr Si N. conductors botween hero indulged in by n number of permnl Louisville n dangerous too, would bring tho southern and rf porl of lelllemenl wllb the city oflioeri, ticket often don't soo n genuine sons. It establishes to wit: enough to toll the preccdnnt, but in many respects it south-easterpart of tho county color. 80 far as I am able to learn, but rollouts tho practices of the CITT CLKUK. a,7 0 ft" (July 0110 member of tho general times. Ex. very near to Charleston, nnd in- To am'l rae'it fmm l'rltlU(a llranaa, I ') To am'l fc.nu City Hall raala, assembly declined to nccept the crease Its commercial Importance. A gioantio schpino is on foot H,wlli courtesy" Twtal of having his lint chalk-ed- , by Southern capitalists to build a CNKDir. At the satuo tlmo It would huro ny ITT SI and he took pains to let tho rommlialoiia, from the coast of S,7rt IW fl,l I" the effect of opening up and de- D Traaaurrr't tettlplt, newspaper men know of his iuilig-Hin- t railrnndsea, through tho tho United veloping land nt tho present tlmo rofii8.il to be bribed, so that States of Columbia, through westCITT TAX COLLKCTOIt. :ns his courage might ho known of pVpl, X, IMJ, funning pur- To hal an almost shunned for ern Brnzil, whero it will then cross fly voarbarainfnll. iipii. This execution wns .Indcro tho backbone of tho Americim poses on account of Its Inaccessilir.ui3i4i;r.A I i.in., .,WnllnTi of tho county of cordilleras and Join tho Yoruviuu bility. These fnctB have been re- Wltliad paraan. CXIur-rauia, IFfldon - Wliener tho old man ro system nf railways. It will ho -- LzT long years. lu fact, cognized for Total 4rllnaat Hal, l7 (J grola his rash action, or not I am over 2,000 miles long. This pro Col. Deal saya ho went to tho Wbkh la ralalnad In llial.'ullrtlir'a unnto to say, bat that ho will ject is purely tho result of tho hauJi furattllrmfnl. CITY MAU8IIW.. Legislature on account of thorn fight out on this lino is without council. The South, M0" qnestmi, for ho Is "mighty sot in twenty-fiv- e years ago. He served Tutal r.ilWInaa from flaaa, Ac., though shaded from tho view of VIIKlUTt H 4W his wals." I havo talked with a tlio delegates, is bis term out, but tho road has Ilj Treaaorf r'a rrcvlpta, u;a good tmny members on this sub- - tho first to soizo on tho advance uuver been built. That is not enM4J Ject ofjrco passes, and they say riat.nradaa clljr, ideas of progro-- s aud developSVI'KatNTEXOKXT rKMrTKRT. tirely tho fault of tho Colonel, illiAV lie lint pnnatilnr tl In Hin ment. Tw am'l on Caaialarf tula, Thoy say if tho i in light of Wibery. however, for ho has never let an Dj Trraaartr'a nrelpti In fall, I railroad! choose to send them free A GIIAKII.Y ll.Xn. CITT THKV'UKER. opportunity pass In all these years 'passes ttey do so on their rcspnu-kwtotaaati rc acoivar. to say eomothlng for tho ronto nnd Ta amanal on tian ta( flibility aid for no agreed stipula-- - -- Padueab. Ky., Jan. 5. (Special.) auarraa, Thla afternoon tho liouso of Mrs. offer lu do his ah nro in having a Tu ainrm. Ironi all tthr tion, nntlthey would not feel them-)aicitrnir. road located thereon. solves ulder any obligations 011 Annie Kouutis was broken open eooachara herewltb nld, tl; Tho advautnges to Charleston .1..a nA.nhxl - r l...n ..n.- nt.nnM.. by tho police, sho having been . "I"'"" " missed by her neighbors for Sev' pd aud tho county would be many. Oliy tlilpOSltioU to rOlCafiO tllO return ..it Knur. There aro also advantages for the ToamoaalonhaB4rmalnl, 11(11'. StatO of tlO IllilcngO allowed 1110111- - ern! days. On entering tho house r.Hpitalist who undertakes its con- to .dwhui rir,M fr, aii ther .ree., viiw ijerg jjy ,"011 of the free passes. a dog met them whining, and led them to a bed-roowhen a most struction. And 0. A. Word, presS.3MW They eviilpntiy believe tho passes CnKPIT. iV -- .rut .. . i. it i.. vuiiiuiiiiiuiii . !tu .i. horrible sight met their gnze. On ident o( tho Ward Lumber Com- By voucbtra Iwirwllk fltnl, iiiu innuuiiiiu ilia 1,1 " Individual pany, a recent uud valuable ncnui- - Hal In erasllt raail'J Iwl.l Ac't, jrnther than to tho state. the bed lay Mis. Kouutz dead, nntl her body in nn ndvauced stngo of cotLmir aoan ArmtHT. siliou to tho county's industries, r, 1.71 TC fnim Tax FUI.TO.-- Hr.n KTWX decomposition. A pistol, witli two has discovered them. As the Ttf amoqnt race lva--and cvupona paid, By aiuuaDt bimJa i.trtM loads gone, wns lying on the door, Democrat's readers aro n ware, this CoWrgr D.inJ the lll company Is now constructing nn Hal. In traaiory eirv Halt ifxofkT. Ac'l, T7u It seems thnt of late is nshitherto and thoro wore injuries on her full of body which resembled quiet town of Fulton bullet eight mile long railroad from Whit- To inwahl on habt fnffl IM. j sensations as a Dorcas society is wounds, but tho corpse was so ing, near Hibburd, into tho timber Tu auionol frtiu allvtbai aoarrra, of rows. Tho latest sousatiou is swollen that they can not bo posilying to tho south. Our readers CKEDIT to the etTect thnt the proprietor tively identified ns such. It is is tlio Intention lly bood aad conpooa paid, also know that it of ono of tho leading Hotels per- not known whether it was a case cmllt Clly Hall Atroaat, of the company, should nothing llal la suaded the i ifo of one of tho lend of murder or suicide. Tho Cortbla prevent, to extend this short lino Thaa abowlhc In aad Account, dale i.'ii!) (ngbnsiness men of tho town in-l- i oner's jury is now holding an in.. I. I'Ulilb U'llotiu .llbniimii) 1. lo crrntt eah.ic-- 1 .!. II1U... ... Ammt, tit w to one of his rooms nnd thereupon quest, endeavoring to ascertain livod Arcooai, the Walnut Grove neighborhood. To eradlt Clly rt llall Acrvnat, T.. illl lw turned Iho kev upou her, locking the facts. She had probably been This muuh bus been reported in Tutal bataitra In tT,i7 her Upon tho inside. Sho became dead for soveral days. Mrs. Kouutz lieatary thla Jatr, these columns. On motion report i reeelrrd aud llltllguilllt at this null Other Ot Ills wns a widow, about forty years Company ordrd pra tb upon ih record. Hut tho Ward Lumber t actions nnd clamored for her free- - old, and hnd no family, but lived has further plans for the mutual ilom- - The nolso she mndc finally TiitAauara' ntioxT. entirely by he.iself. advautago uf its members and Tb Clly Treaaurer preaentel lit report compelled him to liberate her and Mississippi county. On his recent of tnoneyion hanJ thlt dale, ihowing d,B report quickly spread throuch Nr.citr.TAiuiis rou .MKnnr.us. visit here, Mr. Ward was impress- Hal. to credit Oen'l Fund Ae't, $J78 02 t, . ., t U)0 ,a(, , j been l0 o ed with tho idea of connecting IUI. to eredlt bund. Debt Ae'l, against her will. It cro is Washington, D. C, Jan. 2. It Hickman nnd Charleston, via Hal to credit College Hond Ae't, 116 26 atou understood that Da . to ered l City Hall Ac'l, 61 TO coiiuiuornuio exciiumoiii, -. hiiu i on nccount of tho tho committee rep Whiting, nuil, after canvassing the ,i -l. ' n t'J Car-ribcan ..Itl-W-- For years and years thoro lias amount' 7, 1890. Kv., Our reprosontiitlve, D. R. Walk-cr- , tlio South in tho past flvo years is Council met In legnlar teealon. 1'reient: refuses to travel on a railroad a business enigma, exciting the ah-1'ark-- r, Mayor Cowglll, Comicllmen pass during Ids term of odlce, cupidity of overy railroad magHeckman. Bmllb, Maxwell, Ramage and g nate In tltis country. This excepThe mlnum of lb In- -t regular ml-lu- tightly bolloving that reproaontn-tlvof tho peoplo should shun tion has como to stay. Tho numwre read, approved and algncd. everything in tho character of a ber of miles of road built in 1881) Accoutro AtLowaifc The following account were prceenled hrlhc. Tho snmo opinion holds oxcpods thnt of 1888 and from s prorerly approved, which nn moMon were lu this lorallty. Tho railroad present Indications that in pros. I I hat will not extend courtesios pect for 1800 will exceed tho alio eilt ana eneoa oruireu hiubu fA o a I 1 Jn Tiin milcago of railwny built lu acncrl New ItCHi. ST-eVTEI- ENT or THE KENTUCKY. Hickman Bank, lliOKMAN, Frbsh Groceri. The Unifertlcned lutvlng purpw5ted ihe grocery slook of l;...l;av, will coi.ilnti butlneas nt the old 4andJ and pro(rt el l low prion na Jell a good good i, anient, any, mil aiii.rtciaie your iraue. , "' .i " n .48 r. ;ja at Tiln cum: or niaisia., jan. At, JO.OOO nw 00 70 00 10 .. com-pnnle- Block unpaid; Loam and Ulacodoti, Honda, Hank Furniture an I Fixtures, Kxpeneea paid, , Due from oilier liinii, CuU oh banJ, it.iounci:si ? 70,131 S, 00 1.175 2 203 5 009 AOME HAkkOW, t" am $110,203 TheTAcmo Ts tho besi Harrow lu use, niid at prlce najb'w .ffs can 78 bo uouglit unywlio'rc. T' ic IIKLM IJROS. Ag'irT; Bc27-t- f HicRiniiu, Ky; 43 S. Capital RlOfk, l.ltillMIIKSi cd.coo oo 03,01(1 25 6,000 27 2,600 00 "ATfErWKrEVlRYODY Having bought a cr ! ' llilla Payable, .Surplus Fund, Undivided I'rofiu, Individual Pepoiiin, Hue other Ilankt, 12'JlS 19 0,177 77 out the Clark linkery hi, Grocery, 1 will lie pleated to ice all my old Irifiiilit ami rteiptclfiilly, $110,208 48 n. Cnahler. CtjTUcllvery rou rvcrv dav. lata ir Alwnyn on Illliifl "read Ilt'OUll, CnltVH, ! ."t. vi-'- Wagon will t it. M. MirriiKNY. Hickman College. January 27th, 181)0, under tho Tho first session will open on man-iigoine- No Sensation; The undersigned, commencing biialn- - bare of Irmlo, In lib kraan, only k proposing lodo iqiiare, airulghl giving at far" oaible volne r eeived in each nnd eveiy Uan-a- rt ion, ai..! drnllng lu no eiiatioua. A lull euppiy (irncerlet kept, nml hold tit u ol low pricet aa any. M. U. CKYANT. Juij 6 of Prof. W. E. Lumley, assisted by n full corps of teachers. '!?J - 1 What to Buy ? I -- CODaWItV viwi$vvv. n ho-- a, n n 0mMB s. irVKXlV lVSVvHi Wo will pay tho highest price for Country Produce. Also, you can alwavH find a fresh supply of Butter, Eggs, chickens, &c, and u general lino of Family Groco-- ' ries, at our btore in East Hickman. HELM BROS. se27-t- f frr-- Wirt n 1 'r ir FOROET IT! v 'J- lola Wittiag For Sore Kyea, ItooyH tllO IlCKt AHHortmont of tataBIK37 E73 o2J COWGILL'3 SALVE. OIL.-- cr-- KS For Neuralgia and Hlieumatlam, COWQILL'S WEASEL : M A. Uooda delivered to any I IT HIC'KMA-T- l GIVE II I prt THIJ-f- j of ithe GROCERIES To lo fotimt W. City;. 1', - - For Tiles, COWaiLL'S PILE OINTMENT. 1ST For Tetter and Ringworm, ... cowg;ll's tetter xamuy JL. DI!sfELBIlINKivi wrautsriBs.':- n-- tri 1ST For Worms. Cowgill's Pleasant ointment. NO spftce to al.a.a all articles, bat'iiEBf M.,lla la ,aAa Sjrup and OR Come and see, at the .corner of Trofi W Moscow Avenue. East Hickmrn, hf. rjfcscaW Worm aatf SATISFACTION QUARASThKD TUB MOSSY KKFUNDKD. For Sale by the Proprietor, P. OLIVEBy ,..,. rtl. BL&GESIVEIIB COWGILL & COWGILL, CITT XtXCTloa COUHCIL XIXCT. The City Clerk preeenled Iba poll hook of the election held January Olb, 1890, to led a Myor and 1W0 ill Councllmen for the . .in-.- n oiuiiu "ir t.,.ii.. ,i.. rri.............wi.. a.uu QI 1110 iraiisaction was llllll 8'l hotel proprietor skipped for tllO' parts unktlOWJl. P.lducah Stand-yea- r u- right-of-wa- y mnu-b-r- -L-M ry r I" 0' -- nut lo tug geil the tnrprli. law at the bouae of the holt and bot'cus Ibe lit or Ifo diTf. If gueilt are requeated te maktai Hill noire I'lacarJt warning vtiitort Mr. Kmtiiot ltoeil wns shot a poialble. tbo baby," and llmllar other not to "wake In Iht lhlb I17 a ;oung Mr atmoailion are bung about ibe wallt. llarlon, Is Fallon, Tfiotnlir of Ut wff k Pencil and paper are then paaied to Ibe diffleulijr lh parllff vlallo'i and conortallon I Iben carried Atfrfotidl I1A11 tfcajlbrr attnln, for loot lino put. on through thlt undlum until thi boat permlitlea lo Thercbuiity suporvlscrB of tnx glvei In eonvertln. ibe comany lo er In ffatlos at iht court bout h firl Years ago a funny story was VaJ of lbliTfk- - Th llord tbla ytir rlikMoipoMJ of K.'ll. Illnford, Aba Tbomp connected with Ike high bluff a Hiokman, Win. J. I OIUr. JoiUeb and Cbai.t. known a 'Ixivr'( Leap," nnd It waa UNUholo. pubtiahed In Ihe firat lam of Ik Hick. man Coiirlir, mor than .10 yean ago: A V. Mr, Will H; Fortune, yeung lady and gentleman bad croaatd (11 known lllekmtn, and llkrd ll boat, a Ibe angry Mlnliilppl In a n. Ikal oirrkntw bin, wat marrltd In cold and eheerlct evenlnj. and begun lu a during Arkan'-Cirlilini liollJi;. aerend lb hilt at Ibat point; Ibey 'lilt Corilicn. toaJa him tbt krirtifil con. higher and blgher and when Iber Ktatulatlooa. the very apex of that bluff, bad reach ready hrts downed looking backward In their flight, Tho Rooso-hona rrophil aliot gun ef an angry iiarent rang out III lb loal rlc thla winter pre. qnlok rwrt, and tbl unhappy pair. if I lit wt ather to far. Urn. Urt-l- y tllclnl a if ?rre .nl liriny f aon, whlU bright will) love a dream anu impii, wiia band clapel In vry agony, ilowly and It will bo (inirMlj lb fooie-boqnltlly went down the path on th other tulld winter wlib tiw eotd daji. eld and ntvtrcam baok again! Intro-Iuct-J Utt, lion. and will poiilblr btoonii a Uifn en-g- J- j tin wl. ara-.- lt e o a iti - . . .' ij. Tho cJtiHtonco of mounds lu rlalm Ibil lliry r out at luck on Iba through-oujiork Tursllon. Ibimi who killed durlnj and around Hickman, aa. Indeed, hat longt the whole Mii'liatppl Valley, lb Ute warm ipill loit llilr aieit before of aludy by It eould bocur'J nnd tbo bun of Iboi bten a fruitfulW.aourooTaylor and Mr. the D Mr. wbodidnol kill art Jlrgwllb Ibicbolira cnrlouiWllioa have I colleoled quite a cab), Klgan Capt. Al. McGoodwIti, of May nil of ItileuienU, ware, &c, lakin from flild, who fell from a fownd ilory window that "Indian "mound," aa lby are callof H- i- Capilnl IIvl.l, Fraukfurl, wlttl lo ed, and propoie lo contribute their collection to Iliekman College aa a neuclin for a A iomniUillllo atatl, btl dlooo died. II Col. Rd. cabinet of natural curloaltle. Th nionnd ef the tut wti above Hickman, ueually called "Ibe Fori," Croaatand, and a iirlneily elercr gf bat many indication that It wat atone time uied at a fortification, and Ihe tree Como and aco our large nnd and furmaliooe would prove Ibat it wat beautiful stock of Ladles nnd eenlurle ago when it wai to uiedj wbllat wire other mounda, (louts solid Gold and Silver tepulehret, and unmlalakably, Ibal the"Uriel by their die Watches. Wo will not bo tinder- wat dene hireaboult. noid. isucic Tho city election, Monday--, wnu It is nnld that 0110 reason why the mott quiet election for tome yean, (lea A. W. Qrteley, chlof of the il.nal there being but on ticket in th Held, and aarvio hiakea ao many rulatokoi In gurai. no aelive candidate The wat lb inj at the weather, i that ba la nn Inlena election of the old Mayor and Hoard, with lliln U a republleaa ad. only one ehange, Mr. Olo llerlweck vice democrat, and lulnlalrollon b cannot b expectid lo II, M. Maxwell, who declined a gueaa correctly. lion. The Hoard ilandt: J. W. Cowglll, II. Mayor; Counollmtn, I). C. Ilamage, woro com- 8haw, aCBinllb, II. C. Ueckraan, R. II. Tbrco ntraiiKora to J nit Monday by Judg Naylor to mitted and Otto Hcrtweek. In at inuob nwall trial before lb Clroull Court on tb Parker people bave complimented thlt charge of tteallng a ikllT of the value of aa the for merltnrlout tervloe by a reHoard SIS from i. T. Moore, of Hickman. The election lilt lo be expected that Ihe Hoard evidence wai concluilve a lo Ibelr guilt, will compliment the preeul eubordlnatr pcclellj a to two of Ibcm. by a reelection. I. a. Since writing the All old Hickman lady, past above, It I underitooii that tiveral worthy (eiitlemeii will conteit for the Clly four icore, fajri Hint lb winter of S"J8-council CUrkahlp, lUporl rreclnly ilmllir 10 tlio preieut winter held a oaucm, which hat It that Ihe the via mulled In married on cbrll. 8be w In mlldnciw. or V. -. MoCulohen, clerk; It. . miM dar, 1828, and fruit treea were In Millet, oolleeior, W. C Johuaou, trtaturtr; bloom, so, precisely ai now. And more ai and F. Iv. Cae, Aneior. oier lliat the following aumnier w bleatluallby ai uatial, and abundant crop Tito progrosslvo, wiso and ed tlie farmer. active builneei man, the man who plntit the ncwipnper employed in tho for Ihe fulure, know that ute lit column Tlio beat friend, Ibat to Hickman College, for tbo tetalon lo open it hit and gtneroutly It lo build up bit wliely the 7lli lnl., are: I'rof. W. 11. Lumley, hi trade. The rent Cbeany, I. K. Wilton, MIm bmlnitaand Inoreai wlnob to MIm Alio of a tlore houte In Irantact hit Mattl Do How. MIm Annie Hbiarou and butlneii in not more necenary than the Mitt Ella Hlnewood. Keverul of llien rent of tpaee In a mwtpaper lo make bit are regular gradiiaiet, and all bold known to the publlo, The bucerllfiealea from the publlo voliool builneta wbopnlronlte the nem man newtpaport, examination board. g who adoplt thlt meant of taking the publlo Into hi confidence lltidt that it Miss Alioo Clicnny, who has been aiilsnod die, poxltlon of olitef itsltt-an- t nayt. The hlitorr of tuccettful biiilueii In lllckmin College, and nho will boutet In every aotlve and growing clly a for eliowt thai thin la true. All Indloallon liaie charge of t lie higher glrli, U aladyof prepoinemln); appear- point to 1 vear of great activity D Ibe ance and ofldcnt accomplltliineiitt, and butlnitiof Hickman, aa well a to the comet lo'lierfncw work with the highlit tleady and permanent growth of the clly Unit. The Couamt endortenintai a tcaober and acholar. along othertbca movements, and will keep will conjibe rrae -- dnoatod cllelly at Ilendcrton, abreail of merchant bit Slate, aud I a lyploil Kentucky lJy tinue to offer to lb The truttce Ihe verr bttt meant of reaohlng the peo. if culture and rffinement. ire to be congratulated In ntcurlng her pie who look lo the nwpapr lo tell to buy and wbat to buy, I hem wber ilTlc. r nlli-man. on Tlie fanncrfl ol tlio Purchnso Trie Con lieu t Hank IVar Huron, 1 Mich., Irc 21, lew.-!- -:. Dial Eio... Charleston, Mo , Pear Blr; At reeable 10 COLlECnoH IL'll'IXDCn. I rend you by thi mall our undemanding On motion, th City Clerk la directed lo a package of quitclaim deed for lha pur from upnd Ihe collection of Hall pote of ccnteylng lo onr company the Ibe Muilo and Club until th right of. way for a rallriad from a point clot of the preiint coarie of lecture. oppoitle lllckmin to Cbarlealon, via n liltUn motion the Council adjourned. ing. For moat of tbedlitanc eoolh of our Allan. place, 1 prelum iht exact location will be W. L. McClTfCHEN, C. C. immaterial lo the ownert, leaving u to tlect tb moit feailbln route. From Whit- DS. JAIIU nR WITT HII.I.r.K OX ing lo Cbarlealon, where the farm are "taaVK," a'OURTMlllP AND under cultivation, th" line would naturMAltKIAUK.' ally lake the rear of ibe farm, and tbla part of the route might be left until Ibe Tlio third loeturo of tho season engluver batl locale a line. Jf depot ground can be bad on Ihe river below beforo the Hickman Music nnd Uland Do. 0, I would b glad to have con- Lecturo Club will bo dolivorcd by tract made on lame lerroi t rtghl-o- f way. The ditd which I Mrnd you provide thai Dr. Jahu Do Witt Miller at the title ehalt revnl If road I not In opera City Hall on this evening, tho 10th, on In three year, While it it not certain that I can find capital lo eonetruet Inst. Tho snbjoct upon which the and ofierate thla road, yet If the people doctor will discourse will bo 'Lovo give Ibe miliar their aid and encourage-aueCourtship nnd Marriage." As I hope to do ao. I ahall be glad to this Is a theme in which nil hands hear what progre you make. aro moro or less directly interestYourt truly, C. A WAEl). ed tho lecturer ought to bo greet- uouncu procre iea m eorapare the txnir, rrblch blng dia, t A I ri.To.v iiov o.v Tiin ivak path, rolloHisg innon were declared duly elected' e, Jan. 3rd. Paducah JT. W. Cowglll. Mayor; and S 11. Parker. lliero lias for some timo been a D. C. Itamage, M II C. C Smith, difficulty between a young lady of II. C. Ileckman and Otto llerlweck, Fulton n Miss Burton and a liveryman, named Emmett Reed, CHICKS TO OFFICttl. On molion, cbeck were ordered iuied the uatnro of which tho reporter to Ibe officer of the election for their has been unnblo at this writing to at lueh. nscertnin. It culminated yester ' un motion, in Coun-sllme- rnl nt imos. rnll r. n e. ,, UICUMA. Quito n number of papers in tho State, notnlilv those blue grass journals, aeoui detorminod to lmvo it that Fulton is in Hiokman conn ty. Fulton Is tho largest town in Fulton county, nnd is rapidly growing larger, aud Hickman town is tbo county-sca- t of Hickman county, and can't hold a can-dlto Fulton. Tho Louisville Courier Journal, Kentucky's favorite hebdomadal, will ploaso mnko a soto of it, that Fulton is not in Hickman enmity, nnd that alio is one of tho livcliost littlo eitios in our old nnd illustrious Stato. Fulton Argus. Tho Messrs llutohen will permit the Courier "to hold tho candle" until thoy can road that "Hiokman is tho county seat of Fulton, and Clinton tbo county seat of Hickman county. And to furthor suggoat to thoso exuberant kids: .IHT IM o rak klnJIjr. 'Ha a Mill, thin', Urtippat In tlin hrarl'i ilfp aril, Th Kui-- I, ilia Juy Hi at It majr bring, Eternity .hall tall." ed with n packed auditorium. Dr. Miller is very highly spoken of by the press of tho towns in which ho haB nppcurcd. Tlio. Buffalo (N. Y.) Gourior Iiuh the following notice of tho goutloman under con sideration: "The name of Jahu Dewitt Miller gave us last night tho grandest audience wo ever saw at Chautauqua Extra seats had been placed around the amphitheater's and thoso worn nil fillodjlho the trallery, capable of acoontmo- datiuiruOO, wns filled: the aisles worn lilnnl-ntmill lint lnaa than otio thousand peoplo were standing outside. Mr. Millers voice, is equal to tho best, if not tho best ttVtH' lien id upon lllio plntfulUi, hiiu his enunciation is as distinct as tbo tones of nn organ. Had his audiencoboon twice ns largo overy word ho spoko would have been distinctly hoard. Season tickets, for tho remaining throo leotnres, ?1; reserved sent, ono lecturo, CO cents; gonorul admission, conts. semi-clrcl- o l the young lady's brother a 10 years old boy. It is stated that young Burton litis repeatedly made tlmnte that ho would kill Rood aud the latter had boon warned to look out for him. Ho paid littlo or ne attention to it howover, re garding it merely as tho empty threat of a boy. yesterday afternoon Burton armed himself uud mounting his lioreo started on Reed's trail. Ho Boon found him riding along the street in a buggy nnd at onco gave chase, Realizing thnt troublo might ensno Reed whipped up his homo aud endeavored to get out of tho way. Young Burton soon overtook him uud leveling his pistol dischnrgod it point blank nt his victim. Tho ball struck Mr. Reed iu tho thigh, inflicting n serious but not necessarily fatal wound. Tho injured man was taken homo and Burcical assistance was sum moned nnd tho bullet, whloli for tunately missed tho bone, was extracted. Burton was arrested and locked up. There ia much excitement iu Fulton over the affair, tbo fooling being about equally divided in favor of Reul and tho boy. day by tho shooting of Rood by (house of , Kentucky. : : : IVE ME A TIUAL when you want resentatives has decided to roport on done, IT Ulackmnlthing keep a or repair otM favorably on the proposition to full Hit also VvaEon, &c. give each member a clerk. It is --A.. Undertaker's Goods, .IJSBRj-- presumed tho salaries will be $100 PHYSnM. Mid SURb'EON Rnlld nmn...;"-'.:- : per mouth. The senators hare for iunl. andwjiicu - TUnrk ...vjMaVJ ifvjt ' .,... KENTUCKY nut iOmns nnu uiicn. sonio years enjoyed the luxury of HICKMAN, notice, a privnto socrotary for each sen- OFFKI18 biirrofeaalonal Service to up on abort rue a can.and at reaBonablO hHickman and vicinity prices, uive ator who is not chairman of a com- anlU-'8SfevT Shop in West Hickman. r mittee The compensation allowt ed a senator's clerk Is $6 per day L. during tuo sessions nt congress. ATTOBNEV-AT-LAW- , Ifcncu member ot tho house is rjickman. given a clerk at tho government's IIICUMAN. Ki:.rccitY. expense, nt tho rate suggested, it hiokman Legal RutirieM promptly attended to. will take 33,uiiu out of tlio treas All Land practice a apocialty. B. C. nry oacu mount, tiio average Office in Dank Uullding. ' mombor, howover, needs clerical OlALla lM assistance Some of them nro utItalian ahd AMnnTcAjT MABBi.TjrS:'ii' terly unfit ts fill tho positions to H. A. & T. TY LER MONUMKMTS, T0M1J ANP OBAVB .. which they nro elected and a ma 8T0NK3. AHORNEYS AT LAW,. jority of those who aro of any con rTAVINO In Hock, a fine lot of Amer- '" & sequence nro overrun with busi II OKMAW, - - - KENTUCKY jL lean and Italian Marble, lam I redjo fill all order. Call and'examln1 --fifiow. ness. It is boliovotl thnt tho reso " lution win do pnssotl this winter, WILLattend lo all budness entrusted my work. from the country promptly Orders' although heretofore niPiubers havo 0 ffice Furniture Factory. Ailed. not had the nerve to voto for the may2a nov8.'78 proposition, however much they dosired to do so. PROPERTY, )01 IMIAnMACIHTH, Hiokj-ian- HIOKMAN, d BTffl: KENTUCKY. . DR. A. U F.A.IIIS 1 11 yl, can-u- ii: Wai'Lsfe - aaaT-v- IE - raaj-o-- Sb sr-- - SAM'L ISBELL, rblivWorkr YjfWC RAMAGE. fel-S- O '. R pre--p- a f 9 SALE OF VALUABLE A of rockct-Flckln- v. THATFI3HT Tho Original Winn. Who wai Tonr (Irent UrniMlfntlierT known and skillful picknockots, who havo paid tho penally of fioing caught, and tuoBo who vera cleavtr enough to of ovado tho clutuhen of tlio nvrnndon tho law, have all been moulded acairdiiip to tho ChuMemu method. And when it is Ktotcd that in twonty years CheMot has bocu able to nnians it fortune of oO,- 000 jx uinda sterling, tho fjreaUniportance will bo thorand efllcaey of his oughly appreciated. Ilia pupils, on leaving liia institution, wito formed into bands cf tn. under tho ciudanco of u "chxliii-l.-r- , lliri aud H iua ttuili-guardian that n'gts of tlds s of thoy overrun the earth. tho "profits" wrru fnithfiilly and punctually paid to tho illustrious professor. Cheater demeaned himself but twice in TJ1K MIDXIUUT NUN. hia career by "working" personally; it lost two exhibiLlllie How did yon liko tho waa at Paris, during thoaxrefctinl and tions. In 1878 ho vnw lecture' -1.1 nil tuuittluk' iioprinontucut; I dldm iikv Hit bii. I'i-and ho wns, moreover, prohibited from 141116 Why, it waB highly com- ever entering Franco ngaiu. Ho hoe mended. since disponed of thu Rood-- ill of his Dillio So It wns, but you weary "business" to two of his licst pupils and retired to BirnnnRham, whro ho has a Oo in waiting until ty. deal Llllio You may wait longer for Rtvat tircent of propel ccttlo HuwnR sonio nlTiiirs to in Paris, he vurv lovo, courtship nnd marriage. upplied, h few days iiro, for iK'rmissiop to pass a week in tho Capitol, which hue Thk Clinton Democrat "approduly nccortlod him. liut ns it was priates" tills and places tbo scene ducmed unmUiwililt) to allow man ol in Fulton, but it might bo located his capacity to roam aiiout tho city without let or fihulraneo, two police ngcnls in soveral other towns: of ns "Strnngor Thoro sooms to bo n huvo been told off to actis au escort old Burvcillancu. Chester f5 jenw Sunday law in this town. nnd is tlie father of ten children, whom 'Resident Yes, sir. If you wnut ho li9 educnUd in a princely manner, to got shavod you will havo to wait and ho buxis.dl ia uioatuv of soveral lap r over-watchTwo-thirdoon-.liiiio v mid-night. Ih-v11 Twenty joan afro Cluwlcr eslalilteh-- ii n school in London, dediMtVd to nf fit. Nieluilaa, mid he ptfdilv obtniucd many iniiiila Tliei mnet well Aa the Executor of Samuel Landrum, deceased, t will actl it AUCTION, lo the hlcbeat bidder, at the Court Homo door in the city or Hickman, Kentucky, en C K. Slmmona, St. Louli, PropS M . A. Slmmona Liver Medicine, Kat'a in me u. b, court narxATS cured iNmoaaTioN. , . MONDAY, I'Cll. ITIli, 1KOO, all the properly of laid eatute, constating of the Laelede Hoiel properly, situated on Lota No. 23 and 21 in Old Hickman. Also, Ibe middle one third of I it No. 17, In Old Hiokman, ao.l Lot Nos. 105 to 121 Inclusive, 121. 120. 130, 183, 131, 135, 1&3 nnd 151 In West Hickman. The Laded li the largeat and bet Hotel in Hickman, eonlilnlinj BomeSi Ronmi for guests, and also i Business Kooni under the Hotel. AU "HI be sold together alibied to a lea on same which expire May 1st. 1890. TKK.MS: Oae.fourth cssli, ltl oaisnoa In equal inatatlnunt payable In 6, li and 18 month, with interest from Jala of rale, to be ecutel by note "lib peisonal security. decti-lC. L, HANDLE, Kxecutor. d er itesulator, Kit'cl by Zcllla IS6S, M. A. S. 1.. al. hia for al -- am' lo ll.Zilln,lTop'rA.Q.SIinmolii 1 Liv- J. Rcr. T II. Ilcama, I'aator M, B," Church, A Jami.Ttnn., wrltct:"l i inouiu nave been dead nut lor your uenuine 1, A. Sim- -, inona Aivcr ineuicine. l nave sometime- - had to ubtita5 "Zcilin's atuH" for your itedlv cine, but- It don't antwer U( mi.nr,... IftPeU Pr. J. n. Grivet. Editor Thi iRatttMt. Mcnmlii. Tcnn. aavt i I received a packaire ot vour Llvei Medicine, and hate useJ hatlof tu llworkalikea charm. 1 want no better Llcr Recutator and cert taloly no more ol Keilin'a mixture, . Ainina lnrSl,SlCK IIIADACHE,LoX ArriTiTi, Sour Stomach, Etc.' niLioLaNtas ?iia. " it- - (A Courier Job Office Is thoroughly equipped, and prepared execute Joh Work witli iicntiieSs5 i;6 I- s Brut-el- m -t buy-lo- oli-c- Tlio Dotroit Journal desires to "Strnngor Oh, I don't want to Tho soliool nt "Graves school- - receive, by postal card, the ad- get shaved. I want to get drunk. boute" for the paal term hat been unlir nil living malo'aud fomnlo "Resident Como with mo." Ihe charge of Mitt Leila M Harnett. The dress of doling day Deo. 20th, wat tpenl in reolla-llo- descendants of Revolutionary ofand exercltei, which were creditable ficers nnd soldiers of 177G, and, It is not ontlroiy easy to select to the punlli and ahowed the earnealneri when possiUlo, tho name nnd state only sevoii wondors of mndorn and fallhfuloeia with which the young of tho ancestor. Woudor if W. times, A book, lately published, The Proteacher carried on hor work. II. Brearloy, proprietor of tlio Do- iiy unaricH Kent, pives thoso as gramme waa aa followt: troit Joumnl, is contemplating a the most dosorving' of thnt title: Welcome Song Miinet Pliant. raid upou tho national treasury! Tho steam ongino, tho sowinc inn- The Auction Sale Mlatei Hloklnton. Vacation Jamet Taylor. chlno, tho telegraph, phonograph, The Wlihei -- Lllllo Uirlt. Thk oxtremo mildnoss of tho spcciroscopo, toluphono uud elecMy Kittle (Hong)..MIiea Pliant. winter tins had its drnw backs as tric light. Why lit would not die John Summer. well as its advantages. Llfo with Th rainbow 8ven Olrl (In color) Wm. 13. Tahlkh. of I'uduenh, Nolion Summon, tho poor, helpless uud needy him The Holiday The Farmer who became Prnm Major not boon hard, sufferings from Ky., oftho wliolesulo harnosa firm I.lpda l'llaut and Mlna Bummert. cold nttondnnt neoossary upon tho of Jones & Tublor, nnd a formor ThoTapetlry Weaveri baity Ulokloion visits of blizzards, snows aud ox- - citizen of Louisville, Ky., has myseyea Dialogue. Through children ni until Monday. gijca. Tub HKaTStLVS In the world for Cuts Urulses, Sores, Ulcers, Sill Kheiini. Fever Sole, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and cures Piles, or uo pay recpiired. It la guaranteed to irive perfect sttlsfaetlon. frloe --'5 cents per or money refunded, ho. For sale by J. W. Towglll, Drug pod-livel- y lliickleii'a Arulrn Nulit. and despatch.-Bill Heads, - . " (flit. A Nmiiul I.eiCrtI oiiliiloii. Letter -- t,-:-1 Hea'ds" ' " wide-awa- ' K. ltainbrldgo Munday, Kmi., County Ally., Clay Co, Tex., say; "Have used Klvclrlc Hitlers with most happy result. My brother also was very low with Malarial Fever and Jaundice, but was cured by tlmelv use of this medioine. Am satisfied b'leotrlo Hitters saved his life." Cav, Mr. 1. I. Wllcoxion, of Hor tramo iuolomout winter weather teriously disappeared from his Ky., adds alike testimony, saying.' Il Uavld IMwanli. A peeeh Mlna Rummer. havo boon escaped in this latitude, homo nt Pad u call. Ho is reported poilltvely believes be would have died, Ood bless our aohool to havo forgot! tho nnmo of his had it not been for Electric Hitters. Tho Water Mill (ong) Mliae Pliant. and thoso who nro not well bud lor progroi lu penmamblp and pilot! with this world's goods havo father-in-laA prl August limbic, ns This great remedy will ward nil', as well punctuality wat won by MIm Mlua Sum- so far found that tho absonoo of iudorser on it uoto for $2,700 In as cur all Malarial blxciscn, and for all Kidney, Liver and Btomaoh Disorders mer and graoefully prttented by Mill tho terrors of winter has been it bank, whioh ho nogotintnd. Lou- stands uneqnslol. Trlco CO?, and II, nt Liul Wll.on. isville Commercial. blesbing. J. lY.Cowgill' Prug. atoro. CIoId aJJreie Dl flckIoB. . Note Heads, fata Statement klft 'Baa6aa' .It !' ' I Erivolo': wSy Ball Tickel'sV- Business' 6'a'i avoasw. !W?J,iNf rmmnm TTf - - - 4 TMiaiBolaMMaaMaSlSfi - - - -- - j .. : ....in 7 1 ' , ', m . - V .' ' rm J - C7 f ? , Iprs v a. l t w- "- r rarty eating la reUeved at oncii by Ukl.-.T tumtaro is a form Hveellent Atm and Another Chrlltniaa and New Tear An onoof Carter's Mile Liver Pills Immcsllate mini, by "A Mnn, or the Hock Island ly alter dinner, ppnt forgot thlv Nerves of Iron. ottho riironle siafa ltoute, 'oiv Hnly for Distribution. of rluumatunilnN We wero moving further and further tho lumtr rtNilieejssjfv Tho ,Bos and (llrlsof America," and psiTn has no terrors to tho tradesman nil tho time Into tho alllgttor country, tArk,"V tunstlesullhtrendiirF-sIs t whir It by rubbings nnd they were growing thicker and ndulMnasv!l, vho mn rend tho Instructive tuges of "WattBtcphen" (thSAtWol-Ugacured dropthicker, rnstn tho way they wcro (15nJ). "Petroleum,' (lSST), 'Coal wlLk the rencet doorkeeper, D Heed, of Jefferson fit, Jacobs Oil It Is commonly known ax Tho ping from tho bauki into tho wator on and Coke. ' (lsa, nml "Iron nnd Bterl," Biennial McrwiRO of Govern(IHsQ), will bo pleased to know that tho Governor's message, which Is quite lengthy, was read, after which the Senate adjourned un- both sides of us, that partot tho Man a In tost aud brlpUtee-famous Uook of or Hnekner to tho- too rhor, would lo a particularly Islind series, aunshlno tho Moonlight," til to morrow. nnd Hist pUee to hold Mil ris, Tex., June 22. 1WV unuholosomo plaeo for a swim, if thoy ISXh now eonflihnUy wuli thutihorus right around the wal the UM'$ iLeRlHltitnriN 'jf House The House met at 12 o'clock UeraldT of npprovnl which weioomixl euth ol IU I was In betl two months with backache; nd organized by electing the following onV do attack persons In tho water. In somo ffc differed about time months, 1 was cured ty cers' speaker Harvey Myers, of Kenton for places where th' banks woro six or olght pnxKvessors. M Jseubs Ull permanently, no return lis 14 llsotrniTis Is curesl bjr foment maj "A Man" Invito tho attention of till Inclerk. G R Kellar. otXIchoUsiasslstsntclnk, 1 Iso's Curo for Consumption. U. Y. JEKKKKsUN. months. of iLJLc bor J K. Stone, of llreckenrldcejsergesnbat arms, feot hlhrr than the water tho startled quisitive In nnd girl Ultorstbisrur, to doses " So- Tb"o Railroads nro1 Coneunxl paters had no hesitation aboutdlvlng wonders tho heavens above, ro wltnl by WBEMllghtninr Itobert Tiler, of llullllt; doorkeeper, Captala At tisrooisrs avj Hialxw, , strikes It admits cf no '" Smith Cook, of Fhelby Mr Tyler, the ser- off, of course nuking a great splash. tho telfssoope. Ho tells them nil ntKMt tho vorfcfyor Acting1 Contrary sun, moon, planeti, sAtelUtes. tlxcd atnra, arbitration 11 rUngton Tree Press THE CHARLES A. VOCUER CO.. BaltImori.M. geant at arms has appointed Captain They had In every Instance, as Mr. War- ronicu, and thoir movements, nnd exto Law. Hall, or Clark County, as nsststantser-geaat-plains the laws by whuh they nro arms, the same position he held at tho ner had told us, tho head toward tho The nilueveiucnts of srienco In last session. The Governor's mesnge, wm water, ready for a spring tho Hold V' "" toaoh acocvl place to rend, and the House adjourned until tomorPiresearch orupro"Now. l.i.n row land I will try to kill ono of theso fol- - understood bv ull readers Tho book and IneffiHe Condemn the Timidity FnANKronr, Jan. a Skvatk. The Scnste who It elevates nnd Improves Urner said, "and then wo ciency of a Circuit Judge In met this nfternoon, with I) II Smith In tho l.v.W-ViKSKf- f' cantro Mhor, and oxamlno chnlr Governor Ilryan being absent The comMounDealing With the leisure. mittees, as prepared by Mr Ilryan, were anentrrarings its coes nro ornamented tain Troubles. nounced to tho Senate ami the following Is a Wo bad to watch somo llttlo time for W UU upnroprlato designs, beaut ifull priiit-v- l Incoiors. l'raoUrallv.ltls n Christmas Agriculture and Man- such an opportunity, for all places wcro list of the Chairmen cif t to tho patron a mid friends of tho R.k k ufacturer. It. p lteynolds; Appropriation, O, IsLi.Ms Hot tk. nml willboscntiHWt paid to Terry; llsuks and Insurance. HO HaysiCharl-tsbl- e not good ltndtng places, and all tho alliInstitutions, J It Mulligan Claims gators weto not tn favortblo jxisltlons uny part of tho worUX an also pretious An Estenslnu of the 1'owrn of tit Ital! Charts Patterson, Plnsnee, C It Potntx; Gen- for loIng s'rnt Tho eye and just hick Issues, If desired) ut tho nominal prleo of ten (101 cent per cony Write jour adAsked for Tim roal Cammlselnn eral Statutes, I) W Wright; Immigration and of tho fort l g aro tho only vnlnerablo dress plainly nnd lm loeten (10) cents In Labor, P. J Newman School Iterclve Unllnlf tlie I'n Intern tl Improveplnecs, nttt for a rHle-balWhen a Mump or coin, to Jno. hKii.umv, U. T. &, ments, Sim. 1', Ungtlshi Judiciary, J Iv, Hentire State lie venue The Mate P. A., Chicago dricks; Ubrary and Publto Iluildlngs, J n. bullet 'tr k ono on tho backorstdo Taper In a Condensed Kempt Courts of Justice, William CJoebel, tho sound wts llko shooting against a s Form. Courts of Practice, P W Darby, Kdurallon, rock. I ' id leen peppering them all a A coMTruroninr a defines uvpUosJst(vnd woman who has now winter cloak A U Peterman; Knrtdtments, T K Olennj the sftern on with a revolver, and with bonnet, and u pets lml st as a woman who Kxecutlve Affairs D It Smith, Peileral s has neither W P lletTy, Itctigton and Morals, ev ry h t I brought down an alligator Governor llucVners message shows ihc deM. Plratt. Kallroads, It P. Uradloyi He- - Tins was not, howoter, on account ot Pgypt and Jerusalem, Ma J the Asorea, be fl"l09L falcation of Treasurer Tate to trenchment nnd Ueforru. J 11. Hnnnn. llules fln m itKsmanshlp, but becauso wher- tllbraltar, Naples and It nine, After all credit by sale of his tjropert y are de the Speaker, Sinking Fund J R "Worthami lx r It hit him. or tirobablv it did not A tour of ladle und pvntlemento ducted, secounts jet unsettled will further re Mlt 4iuurj Aomirs, t W uaies; nt nil. lho -- W htm, tholvasL llio ocean atetuacr Itrxiiaslun1 -dncc thii to about ?150,CA and this amount U and House Reform. W nielieraom irint M1 tenslmstH-oto be collected from the 4onUmcn. sprang into tho water. Thosinall 4STI party frvniQw rhnrtertst tosiurtwlth Ing II. P. Cock rill; Prepositions and nrier.U"d ho Yurk. February aaaja Account estimate . Th A'irtiss - aJUrstor Unolst ery good tar- - tho thniufh Frtineel Pngland nnd Uv nnces Heuben Conner: PrtvNefra nml i:ieeW?-- turn, that there wnt ttCintrrplui In the ucncral c J about May Ctlu Tbo tMvetul sevtlon f:otaUlftcenor and Mr. penditurofundon JuneSe,!) of I7J,fltl Hand SX..1.1 nde"?' !uhV0 Warner m,do several ffforts before ho arriving In Now York not far from Juris 7 th on Jnne io, 1991 of &X!.SM.7 Tho main tour U the Legislature of The attention bagged any game. At longth, how Its cheaest fonn- wHlorwt less llian fwO in Clerk and took the oath Won Ice. Itadiutory exouraioos to to statement of the Invited the Hocsc Mr, Speaker Myem called the rbue ever, ho struck ono square. In tho Iipheni. ionstantlnnpie, lenna, etc , enn rapidly In regard to the Auditor to order this mornlncat 11 o clock, Aol eye, and tlio 'ga.tr was doait loforo ho bo added to ttiorouio (or n rcasoDablv Increasing cost tif Juries. In IRSfl thry tion to permit such memlers as reue it' exiniM had a chance to Hon himself Into eosl the Btate flo,mto t tn 1317, Iiv VH, ii, in Hollo Hod, the prtneo of Syrian Dragotake from tho Stnte Library a copy ech-- t 18P8, 102, CCSM; and In 1889,1X1.31159. These Statute and Code for use during the MM n tho water. Not dead so quick, either, man wul luisoihaffctiur tho OrDtalMio-Uo- n atartlinc Increases In expenditures can enly nndMensrs Uasn ! Hen. of Iendon, was adopted. The resolution allowta r 3 but so discouraged that In his fow tm arise from the want of attention on the part of e Imvii euguatd t uiansce uo Huropean member two dtlly papers wa taken tp at J momenta of and terrible sexton lb lomo of the circuit judges snd Commonwealth's r V K. lhoaas, au adopted. The House then adjourned. struggling ho worked himself still fur-attorneys to the Interest of the public director foreign Uwrs, will FuAxroirr, Jan. Utena t ther away from tho water. As soon as ha (p mralrhqrKO of iW. Anutflberof The expenditure on account of idiots is be m Governor Hryun called ihe Senate to rMer at -coming an tncreaslnf burden on the State, ountr ludle u1m.11h, a hVImiIi J.... tr ... .. ho lay quiet wo landed, nnd went IS Mrs Tliomas lusva have chargo of n derart- t f uiiim v rcsutuituu uuerru "" tv .lull.. costing during the last year JIM 021 Sft, having will Ulenn, looking to the appointment o a Joint closo to him as proper restect for his Increased more than WW per at dtri&s the commtteo to inveitlfats the charge sgsmt slzo warranted. Tho liruto might bo twenty years This tvlll be tho most for tho mency ever last , Judge wm U of Xatsvl.. The recommendation In mr messace to rour playing possum, and ono sweep of that boforx ofTere-- 1 In this II o For furtW called up, and referred lo the Jmllckr C m t AP May Powell, P. O. predecessor In this regard K rerewed-th- at. Poworful tall would break a man s legs, Ptrtk Iisr addr raittee. The resolution directing thoaipoirt Imx Tl, a, by tnc counties where tncy ley be mamtainca only, can Imposition be Pnvorite Preisrrlptw nH unrqualwl and ment of a committee to impure into he rea " y on his bak, and wo soon beeamo to Note I'lulade'r s Id trip from Cairo AtrmU reside. In this way, Is Invaliusblo In nllayhig aul sulilulna biuty of the Mate's publishing her wn t it fimlllar enough with him to poke him KarnaU is alao provided for avoided. nervous etdtaUlIly, irriUUllty, eahaus-tiobooks for the common schools was reerre t I desire to emphasize the recommendation ot tt tj, Rlirks ona ,ht there was no doubt thrown to vn a lies in Uie sea of troubles prmtrnlton. hvstswia isirvs and othrr ; . . , A ooon ttiat) the Cemmltto on Education. Leave sosgra t fsvt! publish thank tits that thrsts ' the Auditor for additional IrtUUlion rendered puf yni In darner-- dltraing, itervussa ayiantoms, mmmetily , U over lie. Irfvrii1 -- r.ly, ed several member to bring lo a numler ot J?at h( a a" wSb ivtftd bo fptufht waVs necef ssry by decision of the Court of Appeals t spe4K, ami one that attendant umn fuiAtoal atxl organic Ue was nn inch or two over soven foot sery Hissd if oieoiMdv Wwjld SMUflCSt that ca.biiu. Au)ournd. In the Itowler and other cas. Under these tlvAtetng cretts will flint you U ef the veomk H ItKtueen rtfrehlng long, and I think any one who saw that they wero not m Inly reiptnalbie for It with iwrfei-- t an HotTar. Mr Myers reported his stanln decisions It appears that there are not thsn U found In Dr IVnVs sleT and relieves mental anxiety nnd committees this morning and below J. s list .t slimy, ropuUlvo creaturo hlng thero thtmeelres Somen ill Journal. 101,030 dne by corporations You mako a ilan- to the State for ii. Pawrite I've taxes, which can not be collected until legislav ti do gereua inAataler scire and make ,Huro .1 ir iTrroia tavonie iTeeetiiKion Is CAT until. rot carr iof alligator ,to ,,u,t His tion shall provide the means of rotlccttng it. tr of it If r are afftkte. with auy U legitimsbs medlelrws earefullr eVinrMin.Ul V Welch Charitable Institutions. Wm, J M - r , frot itrxiUtar The report of the Treasurer of the State will dbtnd , at vmnunu,- - to your i bv aa eKnerseiienl Rbl Uiilfnl j.kWjw Catarrhal leafnes- - liny Peter A New tbow slyied Education, w O Hiaekerhy Sinklj Fun t h. Jaws were largo cnoueh. and no dnubt how the financial transactions of that departtor it is a , and adapted Ui unwh deluwtn erjcaiiirA "fe te Home L ll..-i,- d, ment. A separate re port 1 made of that pornnks uu v It'ebanton t in powerful enough to snap a man's logoff, Sufferers are notTreatment nwnro that wi, rtiaranteed n- -i Iv for all msch ill. In tion. It Is inulv seveulite tu I tit cxjiirnwi- fnwrally of ArpcAla and Sarerlor t'Vjart, JJiV. inw ld br ilrtiir .- .It is the iinir medlclnr tion of the term embraced by the Incumbency - u uKij e.n.. these difess aro crmtasrlous, or that they fact. tion mpI iwfMtly harruiesa in any condiUoa u " 7 Circuit Court. Georee It. KinUeidi l mm nn kMs, for suti ai'ctmbs. tuwbr n n"ltlvr of late defaulting Treasurer to encounter In a fair flghL Cor. N. Y. aredneteU)pnwiiro of living parasites City Courts, W P Tborne, Agricutural an l Um maeufactiii-rrwun rnn ef sat- -' FavrHt lTefswi"IsArH4tlvriir The forthcoming report of the directors of tho tn tho lining membrane of the no) and J;sfactioa Irs In Times. Mechsnlcal College, H O. Hardlnt ImTicT a r iismiey rrfundol Geological Survey will show that great pro in e fertbenirst KHvvete. twl eUttnatnrnJtne Ji. m.. .miim mmaim 1. imtlBihian tuVwiA Hon and Labor, n a May, Gerers Statuti s. lUvkl gaamtit gress has been made In extending a knowledge wrsNr, wlueh of kssearrls, ea swve flotrln, jlnju " Washington Whiter Itesorl. however. hM proved tMs t Wafa!, and bis W M Smith. Codes of Practfr, v cansod out fur uuuty of the mineral revMirocsof the State. The iestrintivi Mniustiinsl S4ip(j'iU4f pru 'Our Walking Delegate),' In tho Cin- tho result of this lUwcrtvery is that a simple years. iwtx faitL Stephenson, Criminal Lawn. H C laius, or f(UHa4 of lee womb, wtnk bUc( Taluo of extensive beda of rolling con force remedy has betwt formulaiM wherein cinnati Time Star, sa$-s- : Geological Inrlgeiralln; tenle. It fra MisssMlr wsmsaissssj," aautrrslen 'retroverAs a power Survey, D It hadowed In former reports, has been demon- lb b I ever and taUrrhalDesrneea -f n.,1 nri..,,,! want lo commend Washington as Catarrh, llav cured la f row one to three parts strensrUi ' the wb4 svim, arnl sion, iMMirlna'donn wM'vmWic? eon rmrtrtftltlin lni ftraud within the Wat lew weeks by actual iMrmsnenUy in par ge4tftn. infUinmatim anl,ukrntort of the A iU J Noll; Claims R. II Tomllnson Ways an I. winter resort,' Slid a traveler who are teat la the blast fupie. Theet beds extend simple application nussis) at hume by Om to the wotab veornmt,,, wwnb, lnlUmmaUm m arwl tcntlcr&eas tknilar. Means jonn m r'arzee, 1'ubK Morls n had been extolling tho C. fc O nnd tho patient F'r . erwTwkI 4hrotthiav number ot countes from Pike to li two ; i In irw.i.iM-fM- . i II Crossfiold, Internal Improvements, F a P P. V. ovnrtea, aecsHutnled with great nutdAvn." richness lntcriul "BeM." Iron ores of It is tho best winter report In N H Ttlx trcsUur-t- U At mm IT nr nn dreewMulem. Lkaii " ..irla WT7 bent n - . Briscoe, MUtUry Affairs, It S TMpletl Hev America. so WllWWim. ., Orlskany, well terested." thcm the Aiong kill.. Tho most Interosttng, tho ointment, both have did his best to make up for tho want of iltsesinletl by vmt HKithera, tuul feWde IW an IlliKtrabnl TrrntUe np I)vwse4 housefaefier, The report of the Slate Inspector and Exam enueand Taxation, James II lludy, Axruui most comfoi table, tho gayest, tho most reputable ph si .Hans sv Injurious A pamph of adapted to . ;lhe. manufacture ture and Manufactures S. II Sheiae plalxi a, Jr enrtlilr boon, Mng envel-Iner show the great benefits resulting to the articulate languago by affectionate dem a tee I, have been t found in the same localities onstt ftntltl fill U'tinn rnnrdia ! H III PVJIUII letexpUioinff this new treatment Is sent en women getters 'eatf-- Pserw's favorltolVw of iemn, lt fopM, israt la In lAiiln.. MIIVU VMU.H . IP..IOats aro noblo antmaK lll4Un.HVi.HklU. W the i riH'lno t Un eeota In stwiapa, State fronr the Investigations male by that onstratlon. eonvealent to the coaV Extended observations In 'ho oaplUUs filled with tho mostdistin- - reseipt of three stmts A: suueps to pay scrtpuon h is n aneusing trdUl aal rr--. to DiarKsaRT Mri ai. AsW- hut not demonstrative. In an olTuslvo Kvan r. 5ettje, itules, posUcebyA H DHon Hon, cor. of John unenusled iedcrai ,nuifwi nnniA la.Western Kentucky have made known addi- official. nanyx, Na Oil Hui Huit storativa tonsf nelattons,a W Terrell. Enrollment J M The report of the Adjutant General will In- n;jo tho cat remains calm, dignified, Imtional beda of Iron and coal, and other valuable ? America; not only and King Street, Toronto, Canada. i tho womlKjrs of Congress tho Oovern- As a soot lil u' ar X strenglbealn; nerrm. n y rftJeve-iU- . mineral.' and revealed an extensive district form you of tho condition of tbe Siate Guard, passive, tho Kod Indian of tho animal McDsnelti Mines and MlaiDjr, M V Vanho-s- . nt ofllccrs, and tho foreign ministers Insursnce, K K. Hob-rt-sj Corporate Insittu stored with oil and.aatural gas. A complete and of the messures taken to Improve Ita In creation, Sufferers from Catarrhal troubles should Tho c.tt Is notllko tho do; It tlons. John Ilartman Itetrenchment aed Ue Bnd thoir suites, but men distinguished and valuable mapof thcu'Statahas been com- atructlon and disc pllne The Interesting and letters, in art. in aclencA, and thA carefully road the a bo o. pleted and, published by the Geological Surrey. patriotic occasion offered In the ceietratlon at I9 melancholy to think what man has form, Joseph Jenkins, Public lleaiih, (1 W New York City of the ccn cnnial ot tie inauguA liberal appropriation for the surrey Is reconv made 0! him and vhrtt lm Ins made of Xur&Htb, Pubiie Omces and Llhra-Sctt vet mora foted Individuals, tho leaders CurnAWTshavebeenknown tollreto th , E&tijdvd, i the most economical way of attractration of Washington a Its first President, af- man. Etory rico of tho ago Printing J U II nice. Pifty five local reflects bUlwereintroduccilandreferredtoappropnate of society, make Washington ths polite ace Of 400ori Mora- l- Toon j nan CO'1 ing capital for the rapid deve lopment of the forded the opportunity of bringing a portion of as well ns tho political capital of tho be tn Uo tauch of a hyry to soe tne ctpbiat lUelf in tho modern dor. IIo is ths State Guard in friendly competition with unsurpassed naturreaources of tho State. committees. no matter of bow km standing, t pr- "ountry uurtng tho season there Is He'll keep. Bflstoa lTROwrttU alTectetl, communle.tio. The report of the Commissioner of Agricul the troops of other States, It la gratifying to PBAWKronr. Jan, 4. senate In the Sense never a week when halt a W cTtJ, by drunU," manently cure! r DR. ACt? CATAftRH HCWCDV. doen lions ture, and Statistics embodies a variety of Inter- - report that the Kentucky troops did not suffer gushing, tho victim of ennui; ho thirsts the call ot committees wss bsd and a small t YTnK tfc ttmmr re has ftlM ire not on exhibition tn the brilliant Uaalvbatl nikHfair Ssaiat AE sWe,Vn Z and useful Information In relation to the In ihe comparison, but fully Bustalte-- l tho rep- for excitement, for society, for public number of local bills were passed. The consu tarlors and ball rooms ot tho most VTben lb (ew Ih pin , ba4t ultural manufacturing and mining Inter utation which tbe State hn Justly won for tutlonsl proris'on was dlrned with and rv hal thaptlof bt btliadrive Srihta est of the State. The table which he presents the excellent quality of Its soldiers. Two notice. From room to room ho speeds, eral bills called up from the clerk's desk and beautiful of American cities. No for- Noot looking for that in which he finds most actea upon. ngnor of distinction who comes to cf the value of property exempt from taxation military camps of Instruction srere held After bii'ilt4 tr th fn.it, "" Ilui th UJ f rin mar US&U&, during summer, the past 01 special interest to the at which society and is most brought forward. Ho to visit Washington, whero merica laus General House. The call of the committee for w )m1 And progress gratifying .Assembly, since at every session, at rarst wi made Is rain of his accomplishments, and do port of bills was had this morninf. and a num 'irinus in something oi tne samo all tho pleasure of 'life wbeh the wife ami tempt are made to increase me list or In the Instruction and discipline of tfce troops berof bills were pane J Incorporating banks la bfxi "Xtlnir social atmosnhero that makes mother, upon whom the hanrdnees of home Companies were organized with I erefciul re- lights In begging, In refusing or acceptexempted property The value of every clas vsrtous counties of the State Sir. Tancler in. so la r poly depends, in afllu Us with tho del tnodongntoi otery visitor ascertained by the sults. In Pike and Perry Counties, wfcrro much ing bits of cako "from Mr Gladstone," troduced a resolution ealiine on the Attorney. of property now exempt Washington is rooro liko Paris Icato ilUca peculiar b women It Is tor commissioner to amount, approximately, to lawlessness prevailed This could be done only In "giving three cheers for tho Queen," General for a list of attorneys he has employed rlblo to conUsnplato the misers existing tn any Ku rope an capital is, Tho tha tOT, 465,388 9 which, represents, for the Statu by disbanding other companies, as the number in saying "William." tosssisthlm, and what has been paid them Mr. Romanes of Congress aro always Interesting our midst because of tho prtroienee of overnment alone, at the present rate of taxa- Is limited by law. Authority should be glren mentions a dog In Dumfries who since he has been In offlce. Mr Itently Introall could tsen, women and children; whatever theso dlvHtnes, It Is hlffh time that one tion, an annual tax tnccunn'ofjt 060,46039. Hut to organize additional companies when needed that Nobody ever heard of duced one calling on tbe Tressurer for an Item- the matter under discussion, thero is an women ahouldknowfemalethere Is ont asl a existing laws prevent the collection cf any to support the civil authorities, thus avoiding say William." mmpialids ized account of all tho money received and paid sire nmedy for nit tax on tbl property, an additional tax must tho expense and delay Incident to sending a cat ho attempted anything of thai out by him and his predrcesaors since Pd. Sf e, vital, perontl delight In seeing that Is Vr lltree a Ka voritu lrMripUott. tt If uh.o to be levied upon other property; to mako up tho troops from a distance. Numerous catis have hwrt. This would take five eiperts sis months to ac- nit hearing the Congressmen and SeI0 not fillow been made on the Eiccutlre for troops to aid In Ward deficit. Zf-i- V In contrast with tho domonstratlvo complish, and cost the Slate several thousand nate at their work. Tho White Ho iso you remedy it off byIt the ue of thH stand " lint If has already r resit In dollars, Tbe Senate resolutions of respect to rer ntlons are eminently characteristic ard The reportqt the Register of the LandOfJUe the enforcement ot tho law, but In on.r two In phllanthrophy of tho day consider tho Senator L. M. Martin were adoDted and ihn ot American life, and overy American put Iit to rouu t ou i in uo it, n ui ue ui will' show the--, improvements In tho sptemof stances In Perry and Harlan Counties was It ' examploof tho cat. Tho cathasretcnu. It la registration and ready reference In that depart deemed necessary to supply them. House adjourned. should attend at least ono of tbum. th- ' ment," which has become nearly self In erer The report ot the Hall road Commissioner IIo has his hours of sportlvenoss, as fcrtrroly tho most obscuro person can go antrt d to give satlsfai tion murneo case, or money paia ior n win ue shows that there will bo In operation in ttls Montaguo observed; connection It la proper to stato Jous Tatuam, a well known citizen to Washington without finding acquaint-amv- s "thus frcospo.sketh -Hat the present s; item of surveys and of en- - Stato at the close of the present rear 2,835 of Todd County hot and Wiled tho and friends there, who can help Forblllousness, sick headache luliresllon tertag lands claimed to bo vacant, probably mites of railway, bcipjr an Increase of 'i mile Montairuealoiitrat " sy Isaak Wal- other evening at his homo, near Klkton, to mako a visit pleasant. Hut oven if and constipation, Uko Ho will not disturb himself at any Pierce a Pelteta, during tho year. In addition to thesr coraplcl ton 1 laads to many complications In regard to titles , Id-1II-n a large portion of theState there ed roads 100 miles are under rapid coorrurt.on other momonts for anybody, Tho bland- by a man named Tucker. Tho troublo tfcese, wore lacking, tho points of inter-ei- t tof many J is supposed to havo had Its origin over and will be In operation within the rest fow ishments of strangers ho aro numerous enough to occupy all conflicting title that the develop are so Pinnars one stroi objecUon to wonei neither shuns family mattors. even be as waiters Is that Uvy can acnouwy anecteo. months. Tho report shows that the vsUation 9k? X to U5A.RFMPDY -mil CATAHUH vilest rAslest one's timo. The Capitol, tho White mesa or tne country i Cheapestomlures them. Ho Is J'eJlef Is immclale. A cufc U laB spoken to without Legislation, which will be eqaltable In Its of their property returned to the A i tor by nor seeks-- ho t The Democratic caucus unanimously Ho;se, tho Patent office, the Treasury, umore American. a preliminary tip- .- Pal VV ccrUin. rorCohllnthe Jlculithasnoc jtal. character, la essential to the settlttnent ot the railroad companies Is, as usual, fsrbeJow never bored with his own company. Of renominated J. S. lllackburn for U. tie Smithsonian Institution, the War necessary for the, proper, the proper valuation, and was IniTcascd ny the all animals be alone attains to tho con these differences and Department, the Washington monu-hi- ? 'Brg'BsMRsssf S. Senator. K. Polk Johnson waa re, COUmiuUmm S.WWI. development or the country ana is earnestly Commission In the sum of P,M M thus tcmplatlre life. Thero is no at, the Corcoran Art gallory, the Naprlns?i nominated realising Uvof e 19 la excess of wcat It of sympathy recommended for your consideration. v To about tho cat. Holhos clamatlon. for Public Printer by ao tional museum, the parks, the monu- readerstub Editor: a lleaso Inform your 1 have ot Public would hfcso teen, but for the careful lnrestlga The report of the Superintendent positive that ments and statues, tho innumerable the above named disease Ily remedy for "alone, aloft, sublime," In awisopas-sivencsInstruction for the ocndltJon of theCommon tlons of the commission. Its timely At a lato meeting of " On the enforcement of the laws, ths Governor It Is nn Ointment, of which a small particle Is apiuMedBMr Schools of the State, shows thattbe per capita If you tread on a dog's tail council of Prankfort an tho board of beautiful private houses, tho porfoct Use thousands of hopeless cases havo ordinance was streets, tho historic places all about permanently rurod. 1 shall bo clad to serd ssya Prom the statements that bare been by accident, he utters "the lyric purposes for the fiscal year for educational NrJJ to tho nostrils. Price, UK Mid by drjro;lts er sent cry," adopted prohibiting the sale of cig- Washington, mako & visit thero not on- two bottle- - of my rrmexly rsES to any of aiksj bymtdL Addre&j, E. f. lUztLTin, endlar June SO. 1M& ltt9tond 1600. amounted made It Is apparent that existing legislation and then dissolves in tho Jgg arren, Pa, elegies of arettes within tho corporation. readers respectively to one dollar and n'nety cents, two has failed enttrelyto maintain order In a num Tho ly delightful, but almost necessary to your send mo who have consumption If they Tno cat sutlers and is silent, law went will their eapress nml postofllce dollars and five cents, and two dollars and Cf hero" Cw4mU. tsuojerbUb aiftation nave apo!og tfce education ot an American.' Into effect on tho 1st. & address. Itcspectfullj,T A Hiocim.M tees cents, sad Ul thettkigregHle expenditures Ireen committed, yet tho criminal is not arrest or firmly appllos bis claws with remark. thero is not n clgarrlto to be had In and I The tho war writer might havo added that tho 191 Pearl strecU New York. fmm the Public Treasury for those puipotes ed. Citizens rcfusi to obey the summons of the Ho Is excessively proud; and, when ho city. toonhanro all these charms Is to go BUSINESS UNIVERSITY OP AMERICA. during the year mentioned will be 11.341,20110 sheriff, yet their names are not reported. Minniiinccc ?4im WttrOiinirtuii on inn f f. V .d tho Urcrfianlfaesttr FnjrMOTTfi for Kintuckians were grantpi hM S VlriraM AI atM for lt8, 11,863,909 )0 for ISS9, and isterial officers fall or refuse to terve varranU Is mado ono subject of conversation, rtiirs Vlf.a Tni girls give little thought to the affairs g A4ftM II. Itt HUt ffi reeehts at ISeeitlt ( r A SON. SI... ill glance of scorn and loavo ed on tho 30th, as follows: William II. I united, tho finest vcstlbuled train of state, but whea the aub;ctt Uuu-loIU1MS1W for the present flical year. placed In tLelr bands, yet they are rat prose- will rtst between Cincinnati nnd New York, they know how to reduce tbn surplus Daring the present year the per capita cuted nrgl a und the rvom In which personalities Judicial officers aro Jackson, drwaaod, Zion Station; John sia Washington. Tho even refuse to Itssc prsccii, j train Is vestlbuled litnghamton Herald. being til J, the sum ot tMVi.niTV is Ihey bandied. Ho disdalrs accomplishments, O0LO MCDAL, PAIUB, 1878, Huff, Chavies; Archlo Taylor, Oreons-burf ' m end to end heated w ith steam from 'white children a folio wu To VV,4M are not held accountable. If tho Circuit and It is a fact that cats are loslnir the James O. Monan, Kllpplni Kamuol thfonglne, lighted with electricity and the sum of 11,313,719(5 to 11 ,VA colored c hit judge wert earneatly to dlscbarco IU whole Ryrnp of I'lcs, VT. IIAKKIC V; CO8 1 art of purrlnir. All cxprraslnn of '.Tac- Smith, ISS!t NiiHue; Henderson Mor irer rilli aet ns kindly nn the drenthe snmof tM11C5 During tho JWaI duty many of let !cultlca wenh! u. -; 'th individual reading lamps.furnlshcd Produced from the laxaUvo and !illd.lt 4ttlCMt IiKlrnt year 1ST. cf lha aara of liGS.671 p4 cxirnaedon but tt unfortunately happens that sometimes tion ho scouts as frivolous and insincere. ffa,n, Hyden; Champnoss T GufToy, with an elegant Pullman dining car that julcoof California figs, oombmul nutritious olil ace, aaupon tbercinnle ir stiais. slgorons witii the t school for colored children, only tllftroere even that b!sh Judicial poslttGn Is not Curd by excopt, indeed, in tho ambrosial night, r ns through, and equipped with tho tncdicinat vlrtuea of plants known to bo Oap Creek; Jacob (loshen, Harbers-vllla msn sensible of his rcsponslbllitr to tbe when, A proporfootrlbuted by colored the human ajBtcm finest shops. most bs'neflriRi free from tho socloty of mankind, Henry C. McKIroy. Calls' Tho G. cam O.frrnn the Pullman pictur-0"qu- cently, on thokldnejs, liver andlwnrls,ocU has been paid In subsequent pi blic tionate contribution J aAiAiirey and A routo Is tho most 41 years, thus Illustrating in a remarkable uiu Storo, Andrew To accomplish this desirable object heavier lm (Kiurs forth his soul in strains of uneleunsiag tho aystrm. dlspoilinir Trank, Litsvillc; and ner, the Interest taken by the white population pcnsltii should be amxed to tho neglect of premeditated art London Saturday John Small wood, Hright Shadjs Ster- tho Journey Intorosting In America, andH euldn mid headaches, and our tug habitual JSb up tho Ohio, oter tho In Improving the condition of the colored rice public duty, both by officials and by other cltl constipation Itovlow. r Md i U, ferrrnlWm. tl ling K. P Pittm-jnCampbillsilIo; and iftuo lUdgo and across the by so heavily taxing themselves. zens. n department of justice under tie con rt l emifS t 1 Sampson S Maynard, Klrhardso; JoI-a- h I ains or Manasas. U mado delight Chinese Plotttlng Hardens. The report of the president and board of troiof the Iris Interesting to note how poker Uptr should b erjan (mm tT&ttlttC,.l5!V i oHty When a fady rive tone fothe vral Knmsrh, losv M. Marlow, I'ortlstille; AllVrt H. i Ily and swiftly. The C & O. la the rueuting our trustee cf the Agrtculturnl and Mechanical lied on such a basis a will enable him lo com m s Tho floating ! it tfctnfof rr ogetablo gardens of f - Merchant College will show tho great development ot pel the local prosecuting officers to discharge China aro prepared In April on bamboo Clawpon, Catlottsburg; Henry S. eeoni a .Mffa U lis, kldiiesa "! Io (! direct routo to Washington, nl H. W. goes to see another sho calls, uruatts iliflr striiKlheiilit qiillil 1 ULi.FJt, mat institution, it great ads antages lothe thctrduiyt and the General Assembly In the rafts, ton or twclvo ef M t Iamiv , swriiMtr. Goncral I'assonger Agent, Cin- Traveler. feet long, by half as deceased, Kingsville; Charles P finger, cinnati, O. Piarsrsu, still to ttetBfifeini urt ssmiderfiil, esiiisilria; thyuulls per people of the State can not well be exaggerated. discharge of the hfgh trust Imposed on them by n4 tin .t y tapSl tor lutft Wis Oregon, the Paradise of Farmers. fnrnt lltulr fMSieflona aaln Andrew, father cfllnslnh Offering opportunities, as It does, for a useful tho people, shnuta carefully Investigate tho wide, tho polos being lashed together Winchester; Mf f r ft ta education to a large class of our people who conduct of judicial cilcers. who xnav have dis with Interstices or an Inch. Each raft O. Ash, Honny; Martha K., wiiow of Sold In Russia women sr not nllowpd to MUd.cquItablorllmate.rertnfn snd abundant hilil hr Oroters ererrvrherv. Heat fruit, grain, grass slock have not the means of procuring so good an regarded their duty, atd cxcrcUa. when i U an jCCn- 0j utraw, then William H Jackson, Zion StationKIio practice mcdiclno before teaching tho crops. world, PulHufornintionfrea country Ofllco, 1 1 aTurray fln.Xcw York, In tho tlst-tr- rt, W. BAKER ic C0 Dorchsstnr, ry lor me puwie gooo, the power of lmpench-i- n !; xcrU ju- -i fuivniig Address with two Inches of adhesho mud, which F. HotUIn, former widow of Jon 1 20 of forty years. In frw Am'T'ca Oregon Imm!gratioaIfeard(X care. Highly counties of this Stato are now oi tWl.Oregoo nt or removal tromoMcc Addltlonul legls. Harry, PulersvlIlH. I ulio needed to prvvlde represented Jn the col';rt snd crcrjkgUU-tlv- e fvory woman feels herself fully quail- for the assign receives tho seeds. Tho rafts aro moored 1 KiciiAunTuiiNKit, a promlnont citizen Sod to practlco medicine so soon as sho Wiirx sou truly and devotedly love a district Is entitled to send a pupil free of merit of some ether circuit Juigo where the reg to tho banks instill water, and require who fa ns rloh as she Is Pretty, It's hsrd ulnr Judge, from any cause, is ahjrnL This no further attention. tuition. M 8 V Tho straw and of Todd County, committed suicldrsat 1 iiunl a l.iititr nw ntn tvAu rt,n jsf 1am rirl to Uko no for an answer Kpoch. The library detains, nearly r0, volumes, necessity will te apparent wn4 Ifiyeeivlda net m r .! give way, thfTroou drawing ?!H :yT".'ur-thAoilor2to nxiwlmcnt on.-T- orro r scattered through about twenty rooms, having tion of the Judge of tho Nineteenth Judicial noil in an ihti forlimJ i.h" hf Ihim rlurtiglni rile hrn support from tho water alonw. In about "o t n miuiviuwTOui iuuruinie i lgJtS AitEtinynt tne new washing roiipouDds ih n no connection with each other, situated In three District Is considered. . si ri t xpross. I"AtsJ ArrALLIIHItiC,l(hsalir-1oaiBMV tmT I as goott aa the old fashioned soupl DoDblns l nu was a weauny stocK trader ah! different buildings, and constantly exposed to rant mr rvmedr to rut lb wrl Tho failure to dliwharg their dstyon the twenty days tho rafts become covered Keeu LloctrioKonphas been sold cvory day for dinger of destruction by fire. The Governor part of the civil ofilrers of Hatlaa and Perry with tho creeper Spomoea reptnnt, whoso merchant, and financial embarrassment JHBHH sv JsWaWMsMB prirs, and Is now just as good ns ever recommends that other rooms should be pro- - Counties for the tietills of h h you aro re stems and roots aro gathered for cook caused tho dcod. THE MARKETS, FiT!3fTJn ;gT:i srjfnR j i w, Ask your grocer for It and Uko no other Tided lor the security or those rulusble books, ferred to tho accompanying reports of tho Ad Majoii II O. Thomas, tho voterun vnsmb tsis rsrsatty a fm,m and thst a special law library be formed sepsr jutant General, show eilhrr their Inability or Ing, and whoso blossoms present a pret?IV An engagement Is a very fragile tbJng Cincinnati, Jan. T. ate from the genersl library. In somo turfman and proprietor of tho Dlxuna their ability or unwillingness to discharge tho ty appcaranco in autumn. I to It can not bf dropped without breaking ll Stud, has endowed a bed In tho Pros" The Governor calls uttcntfon to the reports of duties Imposed on thm by law The result of places marshy land is profitably cultis tn U 3 10 Choice batchers Terre Huuto hippos, the various boM and superintendents of the thclrlnactlon Is a travesty on ,jtiee. reflect HOOSCoramnn.., vated in this manner. Pleating rlco tant Hospital, of Loxlngton. The In .... U IM 3112 State, and to tie reports of State Inspector and log not only on the officers themsMre, but also 11 Oool .... a w A Covoir, Corn, oh Koitr.TmuuT should elds nro similarly constructed, tho mud having chargo of the institution b4e BHKKI-U- packers choice . . . ., 8 Oi (4 Mrs PAY8TKB FREIGHT.1 Examiner, for the cenditlon of these InsUlu on tho people in their failur ts choose more to 50 U II' !, U" II (.HNTI.I S ItjCOMlllAl li IUlW Uhkou rvKle, 11 being held by a layer of weeds. Thoy named the Major's gift LAMMS flood to choice. ... f, h oj 4A 0 lions They have been administered with every efficient publlcservants I4ilni-iCnib r ill Trim ii m n a simple rem Irrnlttrl in 4 lVtu Vus furt4 iiim.it PLOUK-Kaml- ly.. and r:io verjchfl(a 3 10 Thomas Cot' economy consistent with the entire comfort stances It Is believed that tbe publlethe clrcuin Zwlm19UO. iitiittrte uis.ei iudireu iiowanl Interests furnished tho ripened crop in from sixty .. tl 7S prompt rtliof 3A tis u boa (Jottnif is t ernlow tbe beartof ai rleh an and proper treatment of the unfortunate in would bo advanced If the Orceral Assembly to soventy, Instead of the usml htindrul IV ndilltlon to i &W.000 nnrn..b.. Ko. 0 red. FTsryaMr klo, I MrreprtcelUI matea Changes occurred In the superintend f h;.i..n .:?:- - 1A itfimerA. lm i tiMDt outh irvr nri kid rra , f.r .' I Ik ti r;,ivr,"", "r- were to repeal the sets orguQf7nx Corn No. mixed Is (A Ttt liavn n ntn nt mr tin,. ,H It takes a good deal of snnd to perpetrate IIIUIU" WH'HM eney of two of the lunatio asylumsj tn the of Harlan and Perry, and dtstr the counties days, and may bo depended on whin tho Paris Oitts-NK mixed 'JONLi OF blNGIIAMrONi . iruren iHiiuaivi sV.1 rraere vnrpndsll somn sugar frauds Hutomnsun (Kan. uute their ter- neighboring lands fail either from capitalized at tho samo amount. llwik and Western Asylum In consequenco ot tho declina- ritory to the jurisdiction f ths adjacent Kye No. a . . IlIMatlAMlU.V. K. V. trViVi1'.0. . rntml lartuc iHitrrovi)r mip kn News, ni g sure" kh 11 M Qr IO tion of the former superintendent, snd In the rsias this rr drojght or flood Chicago Inter Ocean. Wm. J JiMUNN, a prominent otturn HAY Prime to choice. rMrM 'XOllACCO-Medl- um 10 W) leaf V."i"Si. niMio, MMV.l, Central ASjlumln consequence of the faulty adWhile the Judge of the S'lnetec nth Judicial AsRussmallns horacepathlo pellets, nnd If SOU wsnt votii (lool leuf UU "a Thero Is nothing so valuable as a of Muhlenberg County, was seriously if PKOVIHIONH-Pork-M- . ... ministration of the former incumbent. ns easy to tako us sugar im District has failed to dlithargn tho duties ot H erybody liki s 10 w ((10 W not fatally Injured by bolng throw nfruni 111,1, lit MADE WITH DOILINO WATCR, An act of the last General Assembly devolved hi omcc, and has thus rtide ed Lard Prime steam . ,. IK) (6 a K', them Curur s Little Liver Pills. Try them u Mt amen good, common school education at least, his horso. Ho was (diking himself Rgiiuw(iuuaa.v 11. T11ue e mM 1. upon the Governor the duty of so modifying tbe able to legislative Invesliga tu friends, IlUrTKit-ChoI- co h 14 dairy 14 O in . , vs rrut osi tit of rlglnal plans as to permit tbe construction of tbejrflerson circuit court io tho Judge ex. to oven thosoln tho loweut walks of life. on tho road, when bis saddle-bag- s w ft Sft ,1 Prime to choice creamery Tight shoes may be classed as articles of i I um,Ml IS , ) , tniii ill iiiit ji, t, wrro APPLKK-i'rllu, repeatedly THIS SITS o imi UrrHt, perbhl....... the Uranch Penitentiary with tbo appropriation cceded tbellmtl of his suthorlly by invad This was well exemplified when, In a dlscoured on llro, nnd as hard wear they wero lOrATOEH-P- er bbl ,. , ., i so a 1 SO lnw suit for recovery of wages, a Pitts-toauthorized by the act Ills belletcd that this Ing the domain both of the Lcpltlallve A MIINTIf AMI nnd thrown to tho ground burning bis horso will be accomplished without the necessity of Kiecuthe branches of NEW YOKIC CRATEFUL-COMFORTIPa , man produced a stick with ra or lnuiiaat no jtutHltlfittIttltltll lAII. ouiinuulon and IIO the stale Government became frightened and ran off, throwing FlOUn Rtate and Western. 3W at i m flllP rV ItlMlka The only uddlllonsl further appropriations. It was urged upon the last General Assembly twonty-lhnotches In it to show that hn I H ritUlMI .t H- - IIUIbMUvtSL., SU4tlfSI OUAIN-Wh- oat No. 8 rtd eld that may be asked will be for the construccaused k Slbfc Tdia rfi iiNMi.mMUQiiwuniiiriu of the collecworked flftcon days. Where would him. Tho flro was saddlo-bag- by matches No 3 red ...... . (a hft tion, of a branch railway less than a mile In tion of Ant in such maoner as o require them had Accumu sting In the Joints, Is believed to be the s Corn Na s mlied, newM1 sr ? si c easo havo been had ho not being picked In tho If ngthXto connect the penitentiary with exist-la- lo be paid diiectly Into the esuseof rheumatism, from winch io msny sufier State Treasury, and this man's Oits Mixed X SIMM Tub following postmasters were ap ,,,H...,M lines ot railway The cell room are practi- Ihttttha percentages allowed, st this season Hooa s Nsrispsrllla has had won to keep so accurato a record. boon ablo .,10 0) ffclOW itJiiMMr ruuft-ii- on uici the prosecuting MADE VVTH DOILINO derftil pointed on tho SOth: Doroy, Clay Count? In cur in this complaint se Uy com pie ted. 'and the shops and other build and other officers, he MILK. tMt U it nu steam., U o K'f trstlies luoesss Iowa Stato Register. afterwsrd paid to them Hie aeKiltyof tbs blood ami reateres lbs legs will be finished In a few months. erssHsiiui rmnfirritMritiM T. 11. Murphy; Hllc Pork, Jlorgin from ths fuad thus college j A Coter jnestl-iratloCI1ICA00. vlial flu 14 to healibr condition. If you suffer from The report of the of (be Sink of the sunet t has ,h FLOUIt Wisconsin winter .,,. 4 SS A statistician who seems not to be County, T. M. Tannin; Kirkmanstiib, Hmdi iM rbeuioa Um tr surjerinx eartapanlla tng Fund shows the Improvements yrhkb bae sl y of such let'islaiion acre 'irt-"I have been from an aeuls attack of Veen mad vory busy has been figuring It out that Todd County, II. H. Htidd; Uuckorsvllle in tbe penitentiary building at rn umaliiniiiiduielbr a No t Chicago spring The Oeneral Assembir in tu.hU..in Ttro sprain of a ones ..!. S((0KSIlKaS01S, Cll 1, ll, O ,4 W..kUl,KC Traakfort. tbeeompJeUon of iho new shops In lie duty have deemed it In Corn No. 2... ... . tflsbMAled ankle Je iit,whlehca iMUBreatswelllna ...IMH "?"' tho saloons of tho United States, if Clark County, J. II. l'harls. , rssMB this nrra place of by DrVand iho rencr-a-t snd intent pmn Ifood s rarvanamla r Oats No. 9 M..., M., ,or lh8 1111, by iutd Nkah Iogan Jur," A iamu. llHU m iea set the blood and relieved tbe psln V Tm "10.? " tcr,jni abufc ol"" placed sldo fromsido, would form a con- whllo twoIlojd's mon, brothers, Countv, POIIK-M- ess sanitary improvements which havu resulted ...wi0:n so Ihst I an) nesrlf well asaln U T. HUNT. mounted Snd st lispr nirlctt or Untied Stales, of tbe Now York to Chicago young ?K SnV,uf C to $n n tiny. ,t Bsmplts worlh fS.IS name J pw" tinuous lino from the necessity changes A small appro- iS77' hmeuiA ami ll.nail k III Pk lnmf, 'r rprlngiieid, lo Writeij pomP'i. The author-ilHALTIMOIta pnaHOfl i asuea toensws the (,'ommlssloners MULtSlltU,IlfflI,MltS. of .? commission is Um ted telng chiefly Wo sincerely bono, howovcr, that they roor, wero out hunting, tho joung FXUlt-PamF SHStl IIIIMIISrt ItllSndertiorae'fuvL y '4M sm a a llr O sske suHaW shsages in existing buildings ru! tut t. hkiln a,.,.;o..?:.:" ii (' 'iiraii"n nsHBTHiarriBifMriiifMrrf. persuasive In its chsracter TW will not bo so placed. It would ruin Droincr in cumiiing a icnce, accidental UJtAIN-Wb- eat M. 11 I'jinr. in ray No. 1 "MM 7UJITO Hf l be44f apoemwodatioc r.f tbe convicts. Bstecompinies report ai 1 )n p7la ly discharged his gun, tho consents oV araalrea tTRDADIlV " Miiea,,.,. " AliO llXlfiolS. oertaln cases, overy other lino of traol on tho cona inpeeu . SoMbrs idrug Iris, f ilxforlS. Prepared onlr er.these buildings by your prosecute Hut fesr Of the MWernf Oat H s TCI ....mm... ,.. , h.m. torlng his body, 11 to rally tearingout b i LAUD refined ed ,. tinent. Washington Tost. by C I llOOHArO.iputhoeailes, IaiwsII, Mass. Htb vl vl Itltsrain;, aladUeft, Wk wttl 'show the necessity ol , ,.,...Hm ens from making fnn,,iint Cft f m a change. Tit cells heretofore un r.mllfVp.VUfferelf,?ll. ft tssms this rsrss ; IU.,y ii. vitals and killing him Instantly. 10 50 nil oo -- ...., IOO Do8C9 Ono Dollar Tho story Is being told in Presbyoofporstioo, which can are M4flvtrr&nced for occuoaner 4 no quality, O 4 M punish them fA. ,..... liook tt.i.lnff.rirmiMhipT.MUb' TniMtR aro four women In Kentucky CATTi.E-Pi- rst i.. net (10 0 73 UnUFkhr nnonnini nn, inirruiiHiiv aau 'i ee3pletea ""there will be 740 cells In the of dortion or diKi.Biwo". IIOOB,,,, H.. terian circles thkt at tho last meeting of U VJ M,.H ,.h, Wtu4ibrt4 Ely's Cream Balm SI W ITS m i"'iv( niiH.f UiutUai la SmmI Srl ". ,bo .. the American Hoard, a brother, who had doing business as Insurance agonts, aivl fort peattentfary, and when ibe branch are io fram,d, under INDIANAPOLIS il SrrMiU ! brtuftil irrnHnfi.e (lUV OT'StOII rfcl,B.V, Pifctiift, ti., th. ,h nays been completed tier No, IS WORTH SltVorili.lir'V ii TT rMii t.wrtuii o.nr f imtri ihii rtrsHMrf u;arru. SI000 TOANT beon tatdownon by tho presiding o flic or, all aro said to be making a success in CHAIN-Whe- at, Mlsed ....- - 1 red. Corn 10 M adetMonsl cells, making lots) prison B was asked later on to lead in prayer. IIo this lino. WANTED-COUM,,. m.aASSSBPlTllTl?S StaiAt) to IrtaltUtlaaiao. OatsMlxodt., i MM O 8Ui Han, Woman or CUM eBiori,ue prisoneis Itlssstl the Infliction of ths wronir (, e.A.NMIflf, ritAMtrour. Kr, Fikty prisoners havo been released oq LOUISVILLE. se Warden that there will be J.W0 aocoptcd the invitation gladly, and tilt, ill.kt .!..-m power ISIS rirtS t Mtmwrtm, igi'"''1 " - i- .- of... Commission very fervent way prayed; "Lord, in a parolo slnco tho enactment of tho Hick FLOUn-AN- o. Ue ...., 4 00 ffl 4 M i U Uareh 1, low, l tng 141 more than over these cornortii. suffering from be,. A.NjlC-- 13 C4 No S red 1273 73 mtnodated In the cells. It results va,,,'" Alirsjiosia' crson law In October, 1688. In all tht OUAIN-Wh- est IrD I tsr ' stow good sense upon our moderator, foi .. CornMlsed I "UiUoi.aJ pro r is ion mutt be mads &rE"r-r-raipwiik wriiTiisa to AiMKiuisriu i'i asm cason, haoono, tho conduct of tho pa. ar for this reason, as ap- J he stands badly la need ol lomoT Oits Mlxed..,J,,, .,.,.,,, 91 ft U)i lb AivtrlUtnaat U this tats Ifcal jh ;,,,,,,. rolcd prlioncrs boon good, aXT UttOS M Ss STRTE PISS. lsr 1 for the rroper from the report of a Joint eomm'tteeot ear of this excess. hy either the construction iV Wh Houses of Ite last Oenenil Assembly, of dltlonal colls or by some other method. Tn view that a enc rted attempt was maCo to ptveurs of the difficulty of procuring labor for the con the eni tment of a law abolishing tho llaliroad tructlon of raUroadvnow penetrating the crnimismm which had made krown somo ol mountain section of tta JKat? wbero this la the wroi nm ntlt-- d by thee torpniMtlons. has been usedwf1ih'treat benefit lothe This report hos thit a large arl Influential j'ujj".i i i rewnuncnueq tAatauthorlty railroad loony was miinruneu n rntnKion, piven 10 tne iotnrjilsloners ot the Rnkmg "embraenc chief officers of rallronl cor Fund tn continue) the lfalAflhu i.ka. . t. ,h. I i(.m inili from Keittackv Hud Tenllo works so necocsary for ths devclonme tcf nessee and offlccr other Riterseys .. !..., ... . m. thM lHl1lt(U a m IVk 1I..1 ...u ..-.,- ,., U1 fcU mo compaineij ra mwa ioe work 'ns r ne or --procure the repeal mm nhfeet of ihis lobby was to .v.v." i "vii uvudij nn.nn proves tno discipline of the oenenciai h um h nn hi t establishing the ItallroM CoramI of ai out to prisoners' hopostf' the cnjoment Hon that 1 ntUm this object it brought, from ol Its benefits, and It releaaea fmm the all partsof the Stain, the pAld local Attorney pnson, annng 004 behavior, thn for the and nrerti of rallroid corrwrailona who hsv nown ndlrolUOh to reform. Fifty prisoners purpose of infl'ienein? individual member of hare been admjtted to the bcneCtsrf ihiauw the Oeneral Assembly with reference to rail- . .. art Arrnftiil kbi1 a "a v wnom nave eomplnmTs or road leirtiunon." inaiit orginizea nn euuoriai misconduct been lotlirod. thrn bureau, and xunployed agents to go orer the arc sent to tho penitentiary children of tenter I mat, ind obtain interviews farortng tho nire. who ought not to b Incarcerated w n ha legislation It asked, and hvl the interviews bttual offenders. A law should bo enae'e i nu published In a lirge number of pipers; that tborltlng the commissioner ami House of Itpresohta of tho s n mg ihe Senate fund to place such Jurenilo offenders n a mo lives ere then flooded with copies of tho pa house of reform at tho cost of tboeonn from I pors containing theetltorlals and Interviews, which Ihey hare been nent, what purported to tn interviews were. In some Tho blcnnnl report of the State It ird of cases, purely fictitious and "that the lobby has Health will show that It has exerted a i msde n thoroughly organized niTl oxtraordln cUl Influence In preventing thesprcal f epi ar!y powerful effort tn riotn nife the Lcgltla demies ana In Improving tho sanitary r ' t on tureiDddlctttc therillrtud legisNtlem enacted of the people. The recommendation of the by It. that undue and lllrsral mem wr used board that a contingent fund be provide i to be to procure ths enactment of such a IcgUUt'ont uted In their discretion, subject to the app x ' thst the statute aialnst lobby in r, See of the Governor. In tho emergency of at tion 1, Article .1 , of Chapter 7X of the General enedepldemle, as of yellow lever or rhoicra, is Statutes, has been rurally tiuUicd by the commended for our favorable conshb rat members of tho lobby ' The demand and prospect of an etrlv leu p Your sttentlon Islnrltedto the opresslon rement of the mineral resources of the State sulting to tbe people trout combinstlors of have led to tho rurcnascsjrom, thepn rrietors, capital under tho name of "trusts. ' Fostered of large bodies of land, ot the right lo the van as they are by (clous leg's'ation ot the Q nertl on mineral which are found In the eirth Government, which forhl is tho While th"ie rMnraK aro pjtt et t) rf-- i if ii. pxupU to stc 4 u inur i ol and liable to be assessed to the own ot the the world, either for an advantageous sa'eof soll.lt Is believed that the proprietor having their commodities or the economieil pur parted with his rght to the nlnerals, chase of thoir supplies, resulting as no longer considers them as hi rroperty, such partial lcgtdatloi, must necessarily do, in return and tho oily of the rapid concentration ot capital In the hands value the surface of hi lands, while the owier of the of the favored few at tbe expense of those mining rights, not being the proprietor of the whose Industry earn It, It ha become neees prop- I aary for tho legislative department ot the State oil, neglect to make any erty at all. As a result of tpUd,r"frTWJ owner- r Government to exhaust Its constitutional ship,! he rcsenue Is defrauded: " n wlM power to protect the peep 1 9 from the la taxation levied upon other rrPrr,T t0 mako UP supportable extortion resulting from thedeflclU Additional Icjj'allon seem nee these hurtful combinations The so trusts essary to assure a more qiitable assessment assume various disguises, but they have the common object of enhaucing Ihe price of artiof thrsc nitncr; Unts, The Goreroor renews the recommendation cles of prime necessity to the people, and at made to the lst legislature for authority to ap- the stme time of reducing Ihc prloo of the com point an Inspector of Htate banks modifies whtci ihe producer Is forced to sell In There Is axeneral desire formorecapltal, and order to provide for the necessities of thovj to Die rulej tmt who are dependent upon him. Kentucky anot an ex eptlon Among other methods adopted, corporation capital oly seeks fields where llcxeta to find rcrnunrration, and Immigration 'v nf cloaely from other States have leased productive oilfields, not for the aike ot developing them but of capital to supply the labor on the heel ocelopment. Tho moikof theOeo fer the pnrposo of preventing thoir dev U lorical Survey ha demonstratrtl the cx-l- ? All such combination, under whatever disesce cf Immense riir.vfAl wUh in me State which can be easily dercl guise they appear, are opnosi d to public poliev and Inimical to the bct mt crests ot the Stato. uped, with flattering promise of compensation To bring capital and immlgrallon to the State, They arc actuate 1 by a spirit of greed us Injur It is not only necessary to conM ro iho world lousto the Interests of society and a teird that wohavo fields auftlctcntlyproinslng to at- less ot its rignt as an orgaiized system f brl? tract them. It is belfctcd that this can T eas- sndage and merit to bo visited by the severest penalties ily done by a comparatively small appropriation, placed at the disposal of soma appropriate It will be the pleasing duty of thf I.xetut se direction to establish at some to unite with the General Assembly In thtr official, wlih proper point a lturean of Informal! w where patriotic puipo to repress tho extravagant evidences of tbe mineral aid ar.rltultur.il demands of Individual greed to grow fat at the expense of the public to keep within bounds wealth of the Stale shall bo kept permanently on exhibition, and proper Inform moo furnished the constant encroaehmentsof corporate powtr, and to enact legislation which, tsrantlHg exclu to olL slvo privileges to none, will be iut alike to ev The Governor renew hi retoramendatlon In regard lo the Importance of orfanlxing cry element of society Ily such Just measures Department ua will done can public nclUre be promoted, nml the the Attorney General' enable It chl f officer to nuperv se and direct liberties of a free public msintalned. the action of the prosecuting oners In ever part of the State. CONSERVATISM OF CATS. The message then cautlns the Legls1atu.ro against unnecessary legislation and saya that Some of th Mnnr Points of ltlrtcrenre Itetween Them mitl Dogs. "nearly one third ot the legislutien of the last General Assembly covering more than a thouCats aro btlnp; exhibited at thoCYyaHl sand pages of the printed acts, - cxlittly UnPalace It Is not an emotional show. necessary for tho public Intertill, because It was already provided for, and entailed upon the Max MuIIer tolls a pretty anecdoto of the people a cost of nearly fifty thousand dol- how his dachshund recognized him afar lar for matters In which they are not at all In- off at ono of tho canlnn exhibitions, and THE COMMONWEALTH. ALLIGATOR 3H00TINQ. lsflft"imiH:ri lNrHO0?(IlfillTM-18- 0. lr LeglsUtlte Proceeding. FnANKrnirT, Dec -- The Senate met at noon mid organlred by the election of officers. The following nr the suece's ful candidates Clerk, Hsrry Ulenn, of Pendlo-toassistant clerk. 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