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The Hickman courier The Hickman courier 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1890 hic1890040401 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hickman courier The Hickman courier Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1890 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. yyfr THE HICKMAN COURIER. Published Evtry Friday by GEORGE WARREN Hickman, Kentucky. Dffire-Jk- ion THE HICKMAN OOURIB TI1H OLDEST NBWSPAPEIt IN WESTERN KENTUCKY. FINE JOB PEINTLNG inxiccuxicD JsV&W WITH HEATHESS AND DISPATCH ' SALE BILLS, - Btret, next door to Oitr Hall. ENVELOPES, C.EORCE WARREN, pdltor. I'rlcoor Subscrliitlon, $150 CURRENT TOPICS. KxlCnrnr:ss KuorwiK will of poems, ESTABLISHED e 1859. HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, EJUDAY. APJLtIL 4, THE FLOOD. Pooplo Oompollod to Floo, Lortvlnc; Bvory Thlntr Dohlntt FUiTY-FIKST 1890. VOSCY. l NO. 25. LETTER HEADS, DILL HEADS, INVITATIONS, ETC, ETC CALL AND SEE TJS pinta vol-tim- E Kuroka, Kan., Is Ananias. and fruit Is seriously Injured by cold weather. It Is proposed to create a Columbus Katlonal Park In Washington. I), Nkal Dow, the temperance agitator, at Thk Car has purchased farm about thniltnof Texas. Mktai. ties for railroad i are proving very satisfactory. Tiik nstnoof the Methodist minister IT. at A Tornado Wrecks Miles of Buildings at Louisville. Illinois wheat a has celebrated his eighty-sixt- h Mfln-day- . Loss of Life Estimates! Aimimt noriMritii.it haa recently old his collection of postage stamps lot 550,003. Possibly Eight Hundred. Millions Lost In Money and for $7oa HuMourn tluton leaving thn Isle of Jcrvjy General Houlauj;cf will come to New York. The llalnhow flrn compandor Head- Stiff, Pa.. li IIIiIm Fotrn silver salt collars or the six teonth century sold in london lately Suffering Incalculable. ( rU.?rll sretH Hat Ktvmf Agonf-- A vr'tiiX jtSmnd riUtdMVlltCll - Jet tbo building fcIL A irere handful of these f s-espea. On the same floor. Humboldt Irdire. No. 146. I. O O. P had gathered, there being eighteen members In the room. lint a few of these ars alive, and the few who escaped are badly hurt. A. J Heed. Past Orand Master, I O, O. K, of the Htste, was a visitor st the Humboldt Ixlge meeting, snd was one to get out alive. He was taken to the home of John lllaes, on Twelfth street, oeiwcen Main snd Market, where hs was seen. The meeting was ustadJournfng( ana i was entering the bsllnay." ssld he, "when tbe. tornado struck the building st the svUiLeasi uurnr. "Thers were several crashes and tho structure began to rock, whereupon the men and women from the Knights of Honor meeting began pouring out of tbelr lodge room adjoining, abrleking In tSfror It was only fur e moment though, for the building collapsed, and I found myself on top ot tne grest pile, I was stunned and blindsd by the dust, but recovered myself and crswiea out. The agonlxing shrieks of others vers terrible, X vat C&ally Ultsn away If a rescuing party" Of those In attendance at the meeting of Odd r allows u Is not known that any escsped. Neithtr ts It known how many were present It Is the lack of such Information as this that makes It Impossible to estimate the number of dead. t Tbe bat store of Louis Blmma, Jr. sdjolnlnj? ine nan on i&e east, was utterly demoiuneo. hUftjsW i n Tlcd but a few jiw moments sftcr being recovered, and two others were taken oat ucan. as tno children were carried down the ragged pile by stalwart men. In tbs light from big bonfires, went up cheer after cheer They were from the crowd of watchers. found within half an hour of each other, but meanwhile the agonlted father ran wildly about begging the workers to sate his little darlings. When the third one was lifted out, the father ran up tbe pile and, grasping the child's bare feet, cried plteously, "Oh! Its little feet are old.1 and his anguish wss hesrtrendlng. The Immensity of thecalsmlty at this place made It standout from the surrounding chaos and attracted attention st one-- !. There was soon a crowd ot volunteer workers on band, and quits a number of living and dead were recov ercd at once. Honflres were lighted, tbo wrecksrebelngused for this purpose, and made the scene as plain as if It bad been day. Dead and wounded were taken to the various places across the street, the lower floors of which were untouched The KstlsC'Jiy hall waa a complete wreck, showing a pile of brick, mortar and lath thirty feet high Although there was no head to Ihe force at work, tbe men went ahead with energy and did hereto work, hmoke wss Issuing irom the pile, and when an access Into tbe center was opened up ty the removal of a Intot brick, the air rushed In creating a draught that fanned the smoldering Qrelntotbe flame, and in fire tnla cut the whole top of ths deena waa burning fiercely It drove the women away, and the shrieks of tbe Imprisoned were ao terrtble that the people about were almost driven wild at tholr Inability to do a&jlbtng Sli tines of hose were quickly brouiht and the water subdued the flames fn fifteen minutes. The work was then continued, but under grester difficulties, owing to ihe heat. Neit to the Falls City Hall, Interest centers sround the St John's i:pl copal Church and rectory. West Jefferson street, opposite Hatter Park. It waa Impossible at the limited time at commind to follow up the path of the tornado further south In Wet Jrfferou street 11 bad rome tearing through the beautiful Park square, uprooting tre a overturning fountain, and dashing full Into the fneo of the beautiful ehurrh that lowered prottctingly above the rec lory. Hoth were In tbe trough of the storm, and both are dismantled wrecks. Tbe rector. Her K HarnwtdL hdeocluded theevtalug fanv ily nt'rvice and alutial retired to their slscping apartment a. The following atory Is had from one of those rescued from tbe Tae rector and a tittle son were in the front room on tbe second floor, and Mra Harnwell and tbe two other children wero in tho neit room back. The w(fo wnstery much alarmed, andesclalmed 'Lyda, we are all srolngto bo killed.' Then tbe awful roariame There was a crash, and down they alt went la the debris. Mr. llarnw ell and the servant were cllnjclng to each other for protection, and werff unhurt, except for a few scratches and their fright The youngest child was only a few fret away from them, also unhurt. They had no time to look for the husband and father. Flames were al ready shooting up, end they supposed the father ftfd other two children bad also escaped, as nothing was to be seen cf them. In a few mins utes young Mlddletoa Harnwell was seen war down thepile of debris, also un CONGJtESS. First Hesslon. DEAD LI0XS. lH' by Hnj ihuo Its pprftfh wit Atr, Minding lightning sad a rolling tnsisof drnt, blftoh clouds thftteoavefrd ru., wsrolng . to kulif r mlndt who coaildtrtd the renditions ts thftl surrounded them. This bl oiler cf the continued for a rontldtrblwhu no lb it tntny iopls found tuffloie&l lime lo eloe their houMi aod prep'ftrs for a heavy ttrm. They aa did act, cf course, snUclrate a tcr-.a'o- , many houenn tbe edge of the itriudo wrr left In a condition that made them tnoreeaiy cooQtieitof the approacbtng dilr ver wben theymighl potslbly have been aecured agftintl (L To U in U. reDtf cf Its path ao prt cau lion could bavs trailed actt"t lt fncentr tlonol'devitutltijr power A silent clock upon a wall la one of the dli mftntled houte records tbe hour of INp m, that must have been the time the ceuierof Jon Hicks, United States Minister and lornado touched the city. Hey&ad tbe city the to Peru, Informs the State Department there are evldtnccs that It was, teraapt a In estrnt, 3Urtrrof ft that tho Peruvian girls am very pretty. bftrrowed as mileappfaehed,bst It seems l bkte and its run tl Wii.luw WatTEti Pnrt.rs Is sild to wtsroacntratH Into the ftpac of about three bo worth SH.000 nnn, the greater part of bleehs forth assault upon the great city. which Is Invests In railroad securities. Krvs the extreme soutnetern romer of In to iheetty Tiic newest freak of Paris fashion Is direction,arresstrackthe river, and a nnrheaittrly de ot ruin surh is a a looking-glas- s stand for the tnrnu, so as hat never been een lefote. N itin VuiMinr that Oia ladles can see how thny look at was able to withstand its force lh i swxt the center of Us path. Towertig thn table. ' siructuns of brick and stone were rutted to Tlir. richest negro In the West Is pieces like ejgthells and the debn traitered J. Sanitr-rlln- . of Vnvtr, who has far and wide made a furluvm uf $100,000 uulyf hit 1 Be b(u ctlend at Ntneternth rnu g n ai the city In a direst line northf est, t bar shop. California, k i. ueky. of tbe suburb of Tiudesio: of all sorts at Utlca, N most altteslngton. Urosdway, Msgssint Tiest-r.u- t Maple, Y., not only soli tholr delinquent ao and Walnut streets, from Keurlrn n. mn counts at public sale, but advertise thnn. 10 Nineteenth street. Os Walnut sti t the Sixlicit eitenda from Thirteenth west tn the papers. Ax Kngllsh medical commission hai teenth, sndthe same space iseovertdor Orecn It and streets On JeCcrsca been experimenting as to the ttfToobs of cameUrarion Thtrternlh strtret up ftjn t lo frvm tight Uolng upon female monkeys. The Tenth, and on Market street, from fth to work Nutth On Main street H commence monkeys died. aiended at r.ievenlb Wiu.iam WxtiNinr As Ton, slnco his of devastation midway of Utlrrerstf bttween squore upasfaras father's death, has had cards ongravrd Flsth and Seventh, shoving tbat it took bnarlng tho simple, yet suggestlvo learlfx conre at Ibu poRt Thence en to the riveen swept rowing down a belt gend, "Mr. Astor n from Hitth to Ninth Mr Hi. The Archbishop of Paris denounces It swept on aeruts the rl f r isfthtng the water erwtnatton and orders his clergy to do Into fyry and plowirg a punt furvw ihrouchiu ao. Ho saya It Is a triumph of matwrlab and went crushing through JrCrrvonvllle, tcav-tig- a wreck nine blocks whlo it ts track Then, lam over aplrltuallsm. to cetrpete its It PiiOTw)niriir wllllm fifty-onyears a It It bad forgotten came ba x across work. the city hurt whirled around ami old this summer. What wonderful demolishing lb Water Worts and all else tn "lly this time the flames were raging, and the strides that art has mado In that com Its way and contfnttetior its ir re ot destruc firemen had atl they could do to Vtep them from sthatwayanl spreading They were not finally checked until How Urd paratlvely brief period. lin slhoat. shty weight Is there was almost nothing left to feed upon. upon what A New Youk ayndlcate offers to cstab-Ha- pot known quarters at this km. Meantime the fate of the faithful rector was a osta) telegraph at tbe terms and Itenestb the ruins pliel up m the track of the more snd more in deui ind finally it dawned rates proposed In the bill prepared by lornaU He the boditvof hm irwdsof pop!e. upeathc TfUllcg vorhcr.a.acrtAlni tht ha n, some place snd bis boy were iti the ruin. They bad been Ilsw many hundietls inot k tbe PoAtmsster-Genera- l. already been 11 as s eight. Man? ' e boy taken high emitted, mant r and dead, and seen to start bark forIhshopfour year old son, Jack Noktom. a twolve-year-olout Dudley, namod after Dudley, and the uf I!lko, Nov., baa mado many long trips volunteer hahds are digs "t the twisted, father, true to his lntinciof fatherhood was, on snow shuvs this wlntr. Thirty matletl debris for the tw-- i " "I beadreds of after several hour of anslou searching found charred atmott beyond recognition WsUltn the tutle a day Is an timy Juurnvy for htm. others known to nc thrro. Toosan4tof people were lotlsy at work alt young boy wbe life he attempted so InclTe t A Ka.nms woman who staked ofT a overthe riileMe a as i.' nrkse, aecklng ually to save ' claim In thn Chetokco strip had no flag for tbe bodlrnf th" deanl i was a niouta Asotherdistres. tg aerxlent took place at to hoist, so shr ran up a red xtttCi)at on fill slsbi to e Ttiere is 'wnl mcanaof the owner of Sixteenth a I Mtgname street, wl effortss whero a iiMMt horrible en tniims of the bodie a pole at tho corner of hor(uarter sec- tjumailng the tes e!- li 1 " mlMiwflr-erbo-lle- of thrM taeuG-htnm'B!t7caBr!rp'rTT:. building u .u tion. when It Is known p r'e hate perish(iKimniA fdltor In announcing his ed and ml tne Hum tr r t oa of others pled a a grocery, w in n.r in itw rear. Theue A tims were In the bat The fotioMng acmarriage saya: "Wo hate taken this mttn trvm amoag the lh t count of ihe awful aflmr t givcu by the proprif ft u iMlhelf aterted h ih'n in a position tor of the place atop for hotter or for worao; but It Is a inkaow thai in FftllsCliylis a -- netbeie wem "At 8 3) o'clock we hea da terrible roar and poor woman that can't support uno cd tearing sound, and V rn tho house rocked back ml lets than thtrelmndreit pe i w. and yesle ltor.H dayafirmMnnniy alMuta"fwfrefiuull and forth. Hen Sch di bad )ut aatd that he A rrippsxr contomprary vlwriir the for alive, and nearly evertv ad Inxllea had wit going bnm " ' nr had aeiroHy aabl tt th white laundrymen t..n reeoverett In this buillmg thce wnro when the door we blown to and we were warfsr and a tfsnelns school In catig&t I tr.cU toi;r..it. but Icoull r.ot. My rrinE mtdt ot trie "ieiiin rtvic uf wife imi bttlhtti iti Nt? Vtra tbe 1. but concludes thst It Is likely to be a clothes pTorftM andInthe eUdy whin f thn other the the snd children sc l e. n they run safely out the one m back way. had scarcely fight, with only th ia overwhelming destruction gone out before part of the houte wrenching of Ihe was down. A STIU7U1K condition of s IT a Irs oxlstt warning of an earthiiusk tndowt, but We li cd the l,ke the fell the at Hydetosrn. Pa. Thn vlllago has thres buUttingand aof deafening " monster awful just then and floor mrr In. and xhildt, alMnmphir.t Milllrsn Dei ent throngh to churches, am) only ono solitary mm1ei vrloty shout red all Kvery the cellar el-iHorror tx rond ilrscr I ti"i t t of )im lmii" m ef any f?f them Htm rrtttrla the berths!: car as rau! tr tri te " "' ' rinfw ...:.. b,.i,w witMi.eivo throMkM night waawiih u ordstocipres oiherraen. The set em of the m n were ter of Thursday limits. Mres m lh' derlbleto hear, as the wrr leldiu t.y the n.f Is reported thst many farmers Ir. them, To add to the normr l h hUti m lh linttilmga, many and rapidly llaod tbe neighborhood of Kingston, Out, ow- stroyed prate flrr. Igmtui lite ruins srM cm criedthe buildingbut ao could doand burnt Thev ordlnftty for help, nothing. ing to tholr hravy ImtHhtrdnrss, am sumed thn imprisoned " ' " ' the mte e ir ed, but it Mas m nln, md crtihed and manf mortgaging their farms and Seating for flea! as rclcntreely a lh- rb'ts tiat lnh - m pkd tbey burnt to d atb t oforeoiireye, They 'vnl ' ciwbylhoe tight against the were soon burned to death and their horn tho United Statc-a-. rhir flame ware who,drhcntuek by Usiir.K the laws of Snvr Jnraoy 'a dla. forwd to listen to theHr i ng 'ne ,s rf ths Mf cries fur help were stopped, but It waster i. rlWc.' orderly person' may lo a person "who itvmgandlct them ill It was three hours before the fire was stopped rsp'dlf awtvanMhen ami tbo wrrck cleared away t ufflcieutly lo gel The tornado Itands and looks over a funcoata woman nro n standing on a atop ladder to wash a Ihe work of reacueofte. rny Th"Usnrts nror.'Cls at Ihe threo men, snd ao black and charred i row.twl the In other ilUtiirts the wire they that their parents and brothers and kitchen window." wbero Ihe ruin had ten wro ghi, mi ifmg lter could nut Identify them. I "king d Thkhk Is a plague of locusts In thn tth those who had esraK Neil pihap lu luugnilude and awfulness I one who had sued ltsrn up As ttio wreck of the cljrar store, bar room and Ay fur loved province of In Kgypt In ot Virgil Wright, adjoining the Iuis-villlmilii mVeVTir'JST-WcAV.S- e Hutel on the wet The cstatrophc X) dr.rndfcr? imWrTuanaeVoVTneTr ggs aro turned tip. Hxpostiro to the If 11 wss tho corpse of some rniis'g friend or Itself upon tbo placo with lerrirlc rcUtUe. force, and aciually crushed ll ngalnvt Ihe heavy un destroys thn eggs. Alinlght the search continued, labors . wall of thejhiilel building Three men and five Thmik Is a homo of rest for horses the reacuers being lighted by bonW made of women wore but there In Ixmdon. regularly Incorporated and thedsbrlsof the rulnet houses, and ' dawned io tre horror killed, calamity, waa no fire to a Id of the upou the work with a lord for Its president. It Is said and desolation still unnnUhrd. Or a sorrou Mr Wright, tho proprietor, escaped The to havu been very successful In a small business un reigned everywhere, Nearly all feim e victims were laundry girls at the Louis-tinsusiiendetL and the e f vy of Ihe Hotel, way, and now U trying to gel5J5,Ooo en- city was given to the work of reci " mg the destroyed wboihedon the second floor of the building. Tho men were, with the dowment with which to buy and main, deal,and the tellef of thestrlcken M Hone of eircp n of the customers, one o' properly tain a farm for the benefit of aged and Insurance has tecn destroyed, and tro la no whom hal but Just entered, and bought and agalnat such a calamltv ss thin. lighted ii cigar. He wasO. T. dooreplt horsos. Hathnwny, r altWhole blocks of business hmuM t.nJ war ered at tho Louisville Hold, tbe writing room Hkiik am two sentences, each of which houses aro wrecked sad their contents ied. to Icao jast contains all tho lettors of thn alphabot: Of alMiu eighteen squares theM Is i ely a ofwhKhho had been seen of the tornado.a moment be ore tho dekcent building t tha lhou who perished In this wreck the bodies Of 'John quickly xtomporlzid flvo tow grutind tothat will not hate tn of complete tho uorkahcre tit naJo but four huve been recovered. Four bags," and 'Tho m.ick brown tai laneu. ne wans nave been so wrr.-'- d and are known to be still imprisoned. others The Jumps over tho dog.M cracked when not totally prostrated tm they escape of the proprietor was remarkate no longer safe. A l.KTiMi nrltton by (leorgo Washing, HI mice was recognized by One Is at n loss to convey to one w r Us rot able, ton at Philadelphia, In 17UJ, Introtluclng thsrtwuer. nmlwhen Ihey reached lit in be seen Ihe wreck Wlnstanly, tho painter, to the com- that wrought It. an Idea of atthe terr -force was Imprlaontil amongst fillen timber and Standing nd a knife In mander at Georgetown, was sold for looking toward the Ohio river,Hatter r to has holding sufferings hi hand He afterward said the tor-- j and terror wrre ao great that seven guineas at SotherbyV, London, plowed a furrow throush ihe townsi(tiare tbnt his he determined to kill himself rather than suffer wMe, converting the build ngt that tha other day. en fdlt tbo terrible ngnny. though he knew all possible A kiui, crown of pure gold with 1,000 loin heaps of ruins On either side of ismaln haste was being made to reach blm, but he was fnriow Hie buildings I " been diamonds and salurd nt Ki7,60O Is to bo many ways, Increasing havuwfjih dai i nth of so pinioned down that he could not deal the the of th blow with auftb o t force to icneirste a vital put up at auction at Mngajwriv It thn Imnndo to three or four squares. pari, llraldi I, inelf terribly mangled and Hir grenl center of dealh Is thnKfl belonged , to tho Malay Sultans, City nerhapsacrippio luriife, only ono of tbo poor hundred men, om laundry girls escaped from tho building. and Ubolng sold by tho ostatn of tho Hail, wheo mora than enanachiuiren aro entombed, it It mated Xrcm HCYCDtb ktid theilter. a Ur uown as late Sultan of Pirn1. on Market street, near Twelfth. The sir .lure can be aeon, ono tonltnuou sea ot desolation was three ToANlntenlewer who visited him rn. by the stories In height, and whenimicu meets tbo eya and tewlldera the thousand of tornado several meet!nga were being spectators who never dreamed or any eently, Mr. (Mailstono mmlo tho nston held witMn It The loss of life thing so lshlng statomont that if thn first lino ot 'iterdsthatatany other one si this phce Mr terrible. Old soldiers, who survived the storml-es- t locality snd of battles of the civil war. scarred and thought any page In llomor was given to him as ..o great number known to be under the clibns ful, walk nervously about, and their disoou It is that U(ve actio bo could repeat tno imtlm page, The certainare now none will be nected utterances tell plainly enough that ths ruins scarcely high, so most horrible catastrophe swpra for wora, in tno original llreek. of their lives hss thorough was tha work of the wind. suddenly resided. kTiiK Canadian Mormons are chuckllna On the second floor of this building Miss App beenIs almost Impossible It atthl time to tell ths as teaching a dancing class of young ch number of bouses destroyed, but It will reach wrio wcru prrseni the mother, nesrty a thousand, with a probable loss of life "'" fathers snd other utteudsnts of the gay iuve ci too too pecuniary loss win go up to tbe nlles. In one of the rooms on ibis ei millions. vy aiaotooiy (Miiniio inn ol)gamous ccutive body of tha Itomsn Knights floor the se was In TherstJmsteof snd ?Kmmcdans under Ungllsh rulo, and Hon Of the seven members present all es ruined i) not bofurniture It Is other property made. certain that In caned but one. u.r n genuine, uiudultcratcd slmcit sit l.ie damaged houses the furniture is On tbe third lloor Jewell Lodge No t Knights nearly coitipb te (om owiug lo the heat y rjln. Vaven't nt imirh riniit. i andLsdlesof Honor, wss holding a meeting was fort" the lornsdu trUek before Iraltty of lettoHi4) This was oneot Us larm locg 0f the order, It . V 08 it far-wa- y ( .Nrver lop.e wet. ouuibcrof dvstbt sad thers wsrs WUUif, t Jao u imbsrt priteui wbeu wouci ftruuu Caprlvl, Is an Inveterate smoker and a xsodcra to drinker Zaciiamv Tatloii Is thn historic nam of a man who Is to be hanged at Waynes burg. Pa., in April. Twr.LVK hundred disabled confedsratn soldiers draw ponMons In North Carolina, aml3.00 widows. Ir Is said tho most skillful atratnur oull fighter In Mexico It tho son of tho President of tho republic Chops In South Carolina have lenn dsmsged soTeral hundred thousand dollars' worth by the cold snap, K. A. Anitr.v. the artist. Is to receive (10,000 from tho Harpers forllUstratlng a new edition of Shakespeare. Tiik negro momhertot tho Msslsslppl Legislature presented the Dcmocratla Speaker with a silver service. Tiir. astronomer of tbo Cincinnati observatory ssj s that so far as fce can discover tbero Is no comet In slghL Tiir Ciar has abolished thn Gorman Court Theater at ML Petersburg, and a rrcnen company win - introuuccii. A IONDo genius has invented a hot water apparatus to warm piano keys, s that dainty Angers may not bo chilled, MnglilIIUniIlllf-log fejurd. LUL Ky., March tJ Ths crest tor meatus did sottUalupca tbU citr like inter la ins nignu Por three or four dtrs Us tatheriDf tsmpett had Vftn apptrtint to lbs Hl(ut) Srvl( ap proshtD from the acrlhweit, M a rote of wrclnx bad Ucea sent tolas niron wcanci t dsy. the dtlkSDS looked upon It & a eaa of'Woltl wolf' and P'14 no tuntlonto It, sod vtnt to thlr ilar of smuemnt, their butlns or their homes without ft tehous tbougbt of danger or fesrof the rprothlDf LocttTitXB, OfcJo of Thurdr hrill of the WrUnWllrilmt,oirMi1(,rft on fclra points on the letecs. tudered prt&ted. Ife said Uiat the sflusutute Tho aro without food and destltuto of wSh intended to meet tbe objections of packers, any moans of subsistence, and compell- anddealers In pork An order for the Senate went over. It nislrwas ed to stand tho cold and drizzling; rains tomVt atfor a a. m, on Lis molten Mr reconsider not rcdy to rote of night waiting till skiffs or rollof the etcatioral MIL Tho antMrust bill was boats are sent to roscuo thorn from their consldcW mill ft 30 p. m. After executive perilous positions. That untold suffer sess'on lie Senate adjourned. HoustWMr of Illinois, from tbe lng and great loss of lifo aro intuit ablo Committee on Cannon, reported a resolution Itules, Is plain to any ono familiar with floods making tbo Wromlng admission bill a special on tho Mississippi. Tho protection order for u recess to be taken at 5:30 this the previlevee which kopt back the watr from afternoon until o'clock ous question to he considered aa ordered at I Greenvlllo Is broken and the town o'clock Tbe reiluUon waa adopted, and the flooded, AH business ts, of course, Wyoming bill wait ben tafcen up, and discussed suspended, and pooplo are hurraing ty Messrs, liarn (Ga.), Carey (Wyo.), Duck-cr(Miss.), Oat from this place to escape further dis(Ala.), Dunnell (Minn.), aster. No loss of lifo Is rn ported Washington (Tect ) Taylor (OK Kerr p.(la.) Kotley (Ivas.), amforcy (O.), until tiSO m., from that point, but, with tho tldo con wbea a rcosss waitaken. atantly rising, tbero Is no tailing what WASniKOTOK, iarch A bill horrors may oocur. At Huntington, was passed to nllospeclal tf Bkatk. Census agents of the Miss., the people havo deserted their Office three dollsra day for subsistence when homos and crowded up levees on railway traveling, Alto a Itll authorizing ths purchase platforms and In box cars. Thero aro of ,M0 tents by tb(Secretary of War for flood X WasmxctON. March S3. Kkmatf Among tbo bills IntrodueM and referred wss one by Mr. Tho World is Full of ilasnlflcicat Opportunities, Fsrwell, to give a pension of ,000 a yesr to the widow of General Crook. Alto a joint re sol u. Widening of Crevaes In ths tlon by Mr. George, to amend tbe constitution Constant levees, Pouring m Mighty Volume nf so as to empower Congress to make alt laws U'htU Man Look Itaekward for Tboeft That Are Lost "A Mve Vng Is thst are necessary and proper to suppress oom Water Over riantatlons and Town blnatlons in restraint of trad j or nroduetlon. In the Mlsslaslppl Valley, Iletter Than is Dead Lion' Dr. I And . tn yV-Vliii,ttlii.a Ik.i . Talmage'a Sermon UiV M.U.BVtlUII . 1 II It 'jrw jTaopoiy .nriruis, Aprn i. i wan ui hftto JXmodifiesor increase or depress tbe price t comthat are or may become subjects of comes up from tho Valley. Lovcos Hov, T. DoWlttTalmago'a sermon last' been swept away. Some of tho rloliMt commerce among in states or wltb foreign na- Sunday was, MA Lion," hit tions. A bill was passed providing for the plantations In Yazoo Delta, tho jfardfa employment of a special agent for Alaska, un- text, Kcclcs. ix, 4: Doadliving dogand betis "A spot .of tho Mississippi, aro ilocdctf, der tha Treasury Department, to gather full a doad lion." homes mado desolate and tho peO4o Information eoncernlog the fur seal interests, tor than Tbo Hlble is tho strangest, tne love- anti-trubill wss considered until :10 p. compelled to dosert tholr firesides sal Tbe wjirn liual tbo in Igli tine t, ht rttud05?,"C tne twtnate atjoarned. fleo for tholr lives. Tbe situation Wh iti., Iters r. The House adopted tbe World's Fair by Mosm t books. deed gloomy. Thooxpcctod aoddroaj. bill, with aa atucndmcLt postponing It until best of .Toahua Written lawyer, thn aohllnr, Kamuel-thf- t naya 47, An effort to take up ths judge, ed disaster has he on realized, and it lew-y- eas Tzra tho builder, JoTi tb'e poetj'l would bo hard to oxaggcralo tho dopt'T Wyoming bill failed, and at 8 Ml David tbe ahopher J, Daniel tho Trim ablo condition of planters along1 tlo WasnwaTO, M. Senate. Msrs. Minister, Amos the herdsman, MnUfa'ew r, as pitiable as tho plctttb Ifawlry and Orsy March appointed by tho river t, were tho custom house officer, Luko the doe-tomay bo presented. I'coplo who hfti members of tho Hosrd ot Visitors, te scholar, John the exilvj 1'aul compelled been to loave the? aMcud the annual eiamlnatlon of cadeta al and yet & tho complete harmony Irowplho homes wero roosting last nlcht il Weslt'otnt. Mr. Sherman, from tbe issV-tJU.3MhltteV? .tijsil STitntflJtrtldd Rslatlona. tops trees, in gin nrtnt Ul a.,. . t, rm, flod Ihowlnrffnahntldltiw wnttM aMAmml.Si. ZWot such patients?1' or, "Tho Church mounanas of such of Ood has been a great help tome all f'"W Lhfcflens vi Of circle aMnatntanm ! my life, and I want you to draw mo a SHHSMKlfce tnsnis known over at thn plan for a church, commodious, beautiU clerk or weigher or dray sttsl jItA, ful, well ventilated and with plenty of t wws xnown amohf thoso who windows to let in tho light I want you jimciesr back in tho church to got right at workln making out plans 'galleries, and at the lorry of such a building, for, though I am well ranw comes in knocking tho now, life Is uncertain, and before I loavo I his shoOS and thrnarilnf hi tho world I want to son somo thlnff done pb&i his body to revive clrcula- - that will be an approprlato acknowl io Jansary morning. Hut if edgemontot the goodness of God to mo I die thnrownuld nnfe and mine; now whon can I hear from nuMred people who would know your 7 Hi will never havo his namo In our own wo bavo irCJm tWippers but once, and thn many tropica ofcity thh. WUt th"announcfimnntof hfs death, a grandeur of bennflconco has jwje will pay for tho Insertion, our fcliow-cltlzoMr. Pratt demoni,Him for the two linos. Hut strated, building educational InstituI c mo up gloriously on the other tions Mhlch will put their hands on a ma uoa who has w ate hod him tho nlnotcoth contury, and tho twenwill glvo him a higher seat tieth century, and all tho cesturlosl All Vjtter manilnn and A rrrandn nonor to sucn a man! Do not say so fnniaaya man who had on when ho is dcad.jiay.U-novrUHronl- Tt7sVw 0t that no onn but mHU Cif.a.PCcIatlUlmmen,U lm P1. ,- -v ii Jal m heK sMB I PfWTivr - 9Tt soventoenthPSafra, eight plantations, aggregating 10,000 acres near this pa:o, which aro now covered with eight or ton feot of water. Tho situation at Arkansas City Is somu-whImproved. At Austin, tnu ter tri fr ttiditi "'' rm tbir fiiiiw l.wti toM tit '' It ro" iirh ti r, lay to r..r.rf JS tfa Q (nnv tiAsrl vbf lliV! ItflVfi fkinn drn'tiAil Orfler w j v vb 'h u , un mil. j tiv aau !ATS-SeTerftl WasiunotO!, At e o'clock Isst night tho crevaMe bills were reported.March Uolph addressed tho Mr. was Senate on tbe agricultural depression resolu had become 500 feet and widening. Probably still the llua of Mr. Voorhee. Hills were passed greatest aulTerlng has been at Mary's t,7V,ti0 for the Improvement of St. river. Michigan, Lnconta Circle, 100 mllos below Mcm Hay I,ake channel. MUh;and fl.fiHiOOO for tho also appropriating phis. Tho water pours over the leieos, W aoo oou for Ualveston harbor, the e ipenditure and all plantations in the circle were belnff limited to 11.000,000 a year. The confer Inundated. 1'eoplo had no time to do enco report on the urgent deficitney bill was bill ta any thing, lholr houses, stock; and agreed for tbeApurposewss passed spproprtatlug of the Capron collection lll.cn and every thing was in tho water, ard of Japanese works of art now in ths National in somo tnstancea waatioa away, in.o4 Mnspom. Adjourned at S m. IIoosk. A Senate bill was passed for public they fully realized what had happened. Wlnffs at Allechsny City, Pa Wllmlnfton, Th inundation tok nlar a little owv l'rl Hudson, N Y., and Tusoaloosa, Ala, awck ago, and the bU Xbtn w , nf dUcull! a in tho water over sln.o. Mhllethoron- rrht of way throush Indian Territory to the dttlon of the peoplo has been doplorablc I'nisburgh, Columbus and Ft Smith railroad. In tho extreme pcr slnco the break Mr V.tbout final action, tho House went Intocom- of the army appropriation to Thursday night it was r.. bolter than mitueAn the whole on offere(t , Mr Morse, of mfttannt It has been slnco that tlmo. They have Massachusetts, was adopted, Providian that no lived tn the uppor parts of tholr housf a, a,rohnhc liquors shall he sold to ellsted men la oanieen. rcneing acnon, me commmee and had n some cases built false floor. joint reolutlon w authorti and in numerous ways had endeavond roe, theA MlfeSikslppl Kiver Com ml.il n to pur HiK to fix up themsclres for temporary liv- t liAsc or hire such boats as may be required to ing In the water. rescue In tho overflowed Mississippi alley At S 43 p. to, thn House adjourned. Ths Killed In Webster County. Washington March 31 Senate Mr. Ilea LoriVU-Arrll 1. A a portal frmi eea atib a t t aMwa f taitltit TK ila. Henderson bays tho total number io! pendent pension bill was taken up. Mr. killed in Webster County is forty, and numbs nmentimcnt. removlnB1 Ilmltailonaon d'fented, ifl to 9, also. Cell's rrflirof wounded riirhtv. nearly all nro In i, aB.clkBaeIitWtt ,ociudlnp soldiers of Indian ware, poorKOCtion, known as Hlackford. A yrR. jo. nays 2S. Vest's amendment for an in relief corps has gone to them from Hen come tax to meet the propocd expenditure 1W n the tabic Flumb's amendment to duron. A coat was found near Homier " dulIr a nnttt to oine tyay men son which contained paper showinc'" Tle bill i.- IIUIII w.u.i tun i k ..mi tJV . i.i itituuaii a -- n then paeil yeas l.naysll At 5:10 p, bundrt'd milos away ti the Senate adjourned. II on c Several unimportant bills were Fifty More Daad. paed and a resolution adopted calling for In Ci.ay, Ky., April 1, Tho storm ha formation regarding chanRcs in forcifn coun taken at least 50 lives in this sectlor tries since 1st In ratea of duty on breadstuSs. and done ?0,000 worth of damage The conferenee report on the urgent deficiency ill agreed to. A bill was passed depriving Among them are: Miss Mary Kuykon V Swhs Judj-vsthe authority to give an opinion tlall. Mrs. .las. Mitchell, Mrs. Kannlr on a question of fact. Several other court bills Hicks, Mrs. Wm. Taylor, Win, Hopper vr?ro passrd Tho nrmy appropriation LIU was and two children, a child of Chan. Ham reported to tho Home. The canteen amend5. to 11V and bill passed. mack, Mo&o Watson, wlfo and Mtvert ment was restored. nuthArlylnv lh theTVf.Mnt a A irtint rrcnliittnn children. mother and sister; unknown rttrcN Iianka with the rank ot Major Genwoman. eral was referred, and at 6.35 p. m, the House nU.vurliru, Ths ratalltles at Louisville. f Item. Louisvim.k, Ky., April 1. Tho total number killtM by tho tornado hero A svxiilcATi. of New York and An- Ihursday night is ninety-throThls pusta capitalists has purchased several Includes John Schell, tho saloon-- coper thousand acres of land in South Carolina who died yustcrday uf his injuries. vn lb" blll upKf.ltu Augu&l, (in. A agent of an Kngllsh Syndicate is Schell was caught In tho wreck at Tails City Hall. His leg was broken and be in Danville, Va., trying to buy eight of received internal Injuries. So far about the largoet tobacco factories there. 1M badly Injured hao been discovered. Amvtiifk genuine painting by Kubons is said to hao been discovered In tho Pedro's Trlde Stm With Him of a Helglan. Thn subject Is tha I'AHi- -, April lVm Votlro has been salon Sacrament, and thn date 1621. Informed thnt thn (tovernment of lira Last It has (3a.. discovered thnt til has decreed him 2M),000 fram'S, to be Atlanta. been has boon nnvlny the city of lntnen! paid in installments of 75.CHM francs n 5125,000 lying idle in bank in that In reply tho l.mporor has each month telegraphed, declining lo accept the ilty for somo time. City Comptroller offer, saying that lin could get along Goldsmith admits that he has made a without pecuniary aid from tho ltranl mistake, llAKEit, Geo. Li. real estate agent, suiJan (iini'rnmciit. cided at Minneapolis; religious e.fclto-menIT Break Botwaen Bulfnrla and Servla. revolver. In consequence of Iomon, April David Wu.m, aged fifty, murdered of tho his roommate, a hostile demonstration outsldo John damns Jackson, at llulgarlan Agency at Jlelgrado, tho d Montreal, Can., by cutting his throat Ag nt Hobbery at Sella has ordered it is the alleged cause. to withdraw temporarily from the n A OKNr.itAi. strike of builders Is probcanital. Accordingly ho will spend able In Hoston. a fortnight In Vienna. Sknaioh Sawvku, from tbo Committee, reported a bill to proA Loan of Government Tarpaulins Wahiiimjio.v, April 1. Secretary vide for two additional grades In tho Proctor has authorized Colonel II. t. classification of railway postal clerks, Hodges, dopot quartermaster nt delb r-- tho salaries of tho clerks in tho two sonvillo. Ind., to loan tho mayors f classes to bo 51,000 and Sl,b00, tho highI.ouistlllo, Ky., and JefTor,onille, Ind , est grade at present being Class & at such tarpaulins as aro on hand for tho SI, 400. Tho Superintendent of tho Hallrecommends the protection of property saod from tno way Mail Service ehungo, and it is estimated that tho anrecent disaster in Louisville. nual increased expenses will be 520,800. Tiik Ilouso Commit too on Elections Vice Admiral Uowau Dssd Washington, April I. Vice Admiral hns disposed of two contested election Stephen Ilownn, V. S. N., retired, di 1 cases in fatorof Democrats. A mi.i. providing for n commission on of Hnglit'h disease at an early hour ) torda inoinlitg At tho Kbhltt House, In thn subject of alcoholic liquor tratllo will bo favorably reported to Congress. this city. Tiik IT. S. Supremo Court has decided Hs Got It In the Hack. thnt a w Itness In a Congressional contest V. I). PrenVimil.MA. Nov. April 1 case is net anymahln to Stato laws. tice, at ono tlmo a noted dfporadn, was Tiik Civil Servlro law In regard to shot and killed on a ranch near this city tho collection of campaign funds in by John Taylor, tho owner of tho place. tho departments nt Washington will bs rrentkVs neck was almost sotcred by tested. tho load of buckshot. Tho men quar Tun merits of theeloctric reled over the ownership of a horso wero pre Taylor camo horn and surrendered tu as an aid to postal telegraphy on Post sentod to the Uouso Committee thn shsrllT. s by Congressman offices and Mckinley's brother. Bteallnf Letters for Thie Years. Tiik exports of this country for the HosTo.f, April 1. Wm. Shearman, tho v n eight months ended IVbtuniy colored janitor ot thu Salem f.Mass. post'Ullk'u, confesod lo robbing thi moro than a laipdr4 ptilllon sis cm of Imports. maiU for tho pant throu juurt -Ssappro-prlatl- levee gave way at midnight Sunday night. The oponlng started at fifty loet, and at 7 ociocic yaterday mnrn ... lng bad Increased to 300 feet efforts to closo It hao been In 6:10 p. m., the Hoe adjourned. vain ao far, and as tho leveo TVasiukoton, lrarch A bill Is built was reported fromube PIstrlct Commission to whero tbo break occurred punish the selling ir carry log of deadly weaplargely of sand thero Is Uttlo hope ot ons In the District! At 1 p, m. tbe Soatle went aavlng It, The tracks of thn Iulsvllle, Into eiecullve sssn. and afterward adjourn New Orleans and Texas railroad are ed until being submerged, and traffic over that Hocsr A rendu tlm was adopted calUa? on Tho surrounding the rostmasterOenefal for information line Is suspended. to the employment of Inspector! tolnvea-titratcountry Is being covered by water, and contending applicant for postmaster-sblptho Inhabitants aro fleeing for their Tbe army appropriation bill waa an lives, leaving tholr property at tho taronlred by tbe prtato calendar, and the day mercy of tho flood. No Uses wore lost.' Ws consumed in is, discussion ot a potat ot J Ml, tho. sufferers In the Sotsn. A number of bills were rflrttrtttt. The tnUlrusl bill was cousldered and referred to th 'judiciary Committee, with amendments and instructions to report bask wltbta twenty dsjt. The dependent pension bill was considered, and 5:43 p. m. ibe senate . adjourned. HocsE.-T- br Vm to admit "U'yemlog as a Btatevras Ultaop A men J menu to prevent woman suffraceeic were Toted down. Tas bill was finally pks d 133 yeas, 137 saya. The rola-liv- e e t. both waya to tho upper and low or lids, and from tho shortest passage, which is tho thirty-fiftverso of tho eleventh chapter of John, to tho longest verso, which Is tho ninth verso of tho olghth chapter of Esther, and yet not an imperfection in all tho 773,093 words which it is composed of. It not only reaches over tho past, but over tho future; has in It a ferryboat, as in second Samuel; and a telegraphic wire, as In Job; and a railroad train, as In Nahum; and Introduces us to a by tho name of Tubal Cain, and by tho name of Noab and a an architect by tho name of Aholiab, and tells us how many stables Solomon bad to tako caro of his hordes, and how much ho paid for thoso horses. Hut few things in this versatile and comprehensive book Interest mo so much as its apothegms, thoso short, torse, sententious, epigrammatic sayings, of which my text is ono "A living dog is better than a dead Hon." Hero tho lion stands for nobility, and tho dog for moanness. You must know that tbo dog mentioned in tho text is not ono of our American or European or Scottish dug that in our nTind, is a synonym for tho beautiful, tho graceful, tho affectionate, the sagacious and the true. The St. Hernard dog is a hero, and if you doubt It, ask the snows ot tho Alps, out of which ho picked the exhausted traveler. The shepherd dog is a poem, and if you doubt It, ask tho Highlands of Scotland. Tho Arctlo dog is tho rescuer of explorers, and If you doubt it, ask Dr. Kane's expedition. is a living protection, Tho watch-doask 10,000 and If you doubt whose safoty ho watched last night. Hut Solomon, the author of my text, lhed In Jerusalem, and the dog bespeaks of in tho text was a dog in h foun-drymship-bulldg LAMWr iy .tMW1" chapur, thai in Heaven somo who btui It bird hero wpuld laugh there. And I think a laugh of delight and will run around the congratulation henenly circles when this humble ono ot whom I spoke shall go up and take the precedence of many Christians who in his world felt themselves to bo of 00 percent more Importance Tho whisper will go round tho galleries ot tho upper temple: "Can it bo possible that that ''Can it was the weigher hi ouc ttlurt-bo possible that that was tho on our street?" Can it bo postho sexton of sible that w&s Is our church?" "Can it bo posslblo that this Is the man that heaved coal Into our cellar?" "I novor could have thought it What a reversal of things! Wo wero clear ahead of him on earth, but ho is clear ahead ot us In Heaven. Why, wo had ten times rooro brains than ho had, we had a thousand times rooro monoy than ho had, we had social position a mile higher than ho had, wo had Innumerable opportunities moro than ho had, but it seems now that h? accomplished moro with hh ono talent than wo did with our ton;" while Solomon, standing among tho thrones, overhfars tho whisper, and sees the wonderroont, and will, with tho benignant and 7 car-driv- er SSSis?S? j n Calslsi it er Jerusalem. Last December I passed days and iii " ped pen-on- VSe - .. !.. i 1 k tho niirhts with clamor. All up and down tha Hlble, tho most of which was rrltten In PaWIn r Syria, or contigin contemptuous landN, tho dog Is Ilazol said, "Is thy uous comparison. nurvant u di that ho Miould do this thing?" In self abnegation tho Syro Even tho Phoenician woman said; dogs cat of tho crumbs which fall from the Master's table." Paul says, in Phlllpplans: "Ilowaro of dogs;" and St. John speaking of Heaven says; "Without are dogs." On tho other hand the lion is hslthyt strong and loudvolced, and at Its roar Ihe forests cho and tho mountains tremble. It is marvelous for strongth, and when its bldo is removed tho muscular compactness is something wonderful, and tho knife of tho dUsietor liuuiida back from the tendons, lly the clearing oil of the forests of Palestine and tho uso of tire arms, uf which tho Hon is particularly afrnld, they havo disappeared from placos whero onco thoy ranged, but lliny weio very bold in oldThey attacked an army ot en times. Xerxes while marching through Macedonia. They woro so numerous that 1,000 lions woro slain in forty years In y Tho the amphitheater of Homo. Hon, tho Cape lion, tho Senegal lion, tho Assyrian Hon mako up a most absorbingand exciting chapter In natural history. As most of tho Hlblo was written this creature apin regions pears in nil parta of the llibln as a simile. David understood Us habits of night-proling and day.slumberlng, as is teen from his description: "Tho young lions roar aftor tholr proy and seek their meat from Uod. 'the sun nights within a stonoVthrow of whero Solomon wrote his text, and from what I saw of tho canines of Jerusalem by day, and beard of them by night, I can understand Urn slight appreciation my text put upou the dog of Palestine. It Is lean and snarly and disgusting, and a filleted with parasites, and takes ro vengeontho human race by filling all ud "Har-bar- lion-hunte- smile, say, "Yes, it is as told tho world many centuries ago better is small faculty actively used than great talent unemployed, hottor Is a living dog than a dead lion.' " Tho simple fact is that tho world has been, and tho world is now, full of dead lions. Thoy are peoplo of great capacity and largo opportunity, doing nothing for tho improvement of society, nothing for the oTorthrowot ovll, nothing for tho salvation ot souls. Somo of thrm aro monetary lions. They havo accumulated 6o many hundreds of thousands of dollars that you can feel their tread whon they walk through any street or coma into any circle. Thoy can by ono financial movo upset tho monoy market Instead of the 10 per cent, of tholr Incomo which the Hlblo lays down as tho proper proportion of tholr contribution to tho flod, thoy do nor give 3 por cent, or 3 or 3 pur cent, or 1 percent or a half per cent, oraquarter porcont That they aro lions, no ono doubts. When they roar Wall streot, State street Lombard street and tho Bourso tremble. In a few years thoy will He down and die. Thoy will have a groat funeral and a long row of carriages, and mightiest requiems will roll from tho organ, and polished shaft of Aberdeen granito will Indicate where tho dust lies, but for all uso to tho world that man might as well havo novor lived. As an experiment as to how much he can carry with him, put a ton cont piece in the palm of his dead hand, and five years after open tho tomb and you will And that he hns dropped even piece. A lion! Yes, but a tho ten-cedead lion' Ho loft all bis treasures on earth, and has no treasures in Hoaven. r put on tho What ahall th obelisk ocr him? I suggest let it bo tho man' name, then tho dato of hU birth, then tbo dato of his death, then the appropriate crlpture passage: "Hotter Is a living dog than a dead lion." wo thnt But I thank Ood an outhaving just now aro burst of splendid beneficenco that is to increase until the oarth is girdled with It is spreading with tho speed of an epidemic, but with Just tho opposite eirect of an opldomlc. Do you not tiotlco how wealthy men are oponlmr free libraries and building churches in tholr native village. Havo you not soon how men of largo means, insteadof cauof i'r Loss post tuortum praise and more autl-mortoml A poor Scotch lad came to America at 12 years of ago and went to Pittsburgh. Uq looked around for work and became engineer In a cellar, then roso to bo a telegraph messenger hoy, then rose to a position In a railroad ofllco, thon roso to a placo In a telegraph olllce, then roso to bo superintendent of a railroad, then roso till ho tcrameaniron and steel manufacturer, then roso until ho opened freo libraries in his natlvo land, and last month a freo library in Allegheny City, and now offers S000,000 for a freo library Jn Pittsburgh! This example will bo catching until tho oarth Is revolutionHow majestic such men in comized. I wot of, some with parison who amass wealth and clutch it with both hands until death begins to fool for o and then thoy their to an attorney a last will and testament. In which they splto some daughter, because sho married against her father's wish, and flings in a fow crusts to God and suffering humanity, as much as to say: "I havo kept this surplus property, through all these sovoro and through all theso long years, from a needy and suffering world, and would keep it longer if I could, but as I must glvo It up, tako it, and much good may it do you!" Now we begin to understand tho text, "Hettr Is a living dog than a doad lion.' Who would attompt to write tbe obituary of the dead lions of commerce, the dead lions of law, tho dead lions of medicine, tho dead lions of social influence? Vast capacity had thoy and mighty range, and othor men In their presonco were as poworleos as the antelope or heifer or giraffe whon from tho Jungle a Xiimidian lion springs upon Its proy. Hut tbey got through with life. They lay down In their magnificent lair. Thoy havo mado their last sharp bargain. Thoy have spoken their last hard word. Thoy havo committed their last mean act When a tawny of rolls thu duart inhabitant over helpless, the lioness and w helps and shrieks ffll the air w 1th howls, and lash thomselves into lamentation, and It is a genuine grief for tho poor things. Hut when this dead lion of monstrous uselessncss expires, thero is nothing hut dramatized woe, for "Hettor Is a living dog than a dead heart-strings, die-tatwin-tors, read thorn whilo yet thsy aro alive Jka3HftM lion." My toxt also moans that an opportunity of tho living present is better than a great opportunity passed. Wo spend 1 ; t; 1 Post-of-fic- o ariseth, they gather themselves togeth er, and lay them down in their dens." And again ho cries out "My soul is among lions." Samson know them, for ho took honey from tho carcass of a slain lion. Solomon know them and says; Tho King's wrath is as the roar Hun;" and again; "The slothful of man says, Thero Is n Hon In tho way.' Isaiah kuw them, uud bayi, In tbo millennium, "Tho Hon shall oat straw liko an ox." Ezeklel knew thorn, and says: "The third was as tho face ot a lion." Paul knew them, and says: "I was delivered out of tbo mouth of a lion." Peter knew them and says: "Tho devil as a roaring lion walketh about" St John know them, and says ot Christ: "Heboid tho Lion of tho tribe of Judan!" Now what doos my toxt mean when It puts a ll lng dog and a dead lion side by side, and says tho former is better than thu luttor? it means that small faculties actlvoly used aro of morn valuo than groat faculties unemployed. How often you see It! Some man with limited capacity vastly useful. Ho tnkos that which God has given him and says: "My mutual endowment Is not largo nnd the world would not rate me high for tny intelligence, and my vocabularly Is limited, and my education was dofoctlve, but bore goes what 1 havo for God and salvation, and the making of tho world good and happy." Ho puts in a word hero and a word there, encourages a man, glvos a Serlpturo passage in consolation to somo bereft woman, picks up a child fallen In tho street and helps him brush off tho dust and pleco In his hand, tollputs a iivo-ceing him not to cry, so that tho boy is singing beforo he gets round tho corner; waiting on overy body that has a letter to carry or a message to deliver; comes ordopot or stage-coacInto a or shop, with a smiling faco that sets every body tothlnklng,"Jf that man can with what appears small equipment In life, bo happy, why can not I, possessing far moro than ho has, bo equally happy?" One day of thatkind uf doing tUaji way not amount to much, but faint-hearterail-trai- typo-wrlt- Post-road- I much of our tlmo In saying, "If I only had." Wo can nil look back and soo somo occasion whero wo might havo dono a great deal, or might havo of footed an Important rusoue, or wo might have dealt a stroko that would bavo accomplished a vast result Through stupidity or lack of nppreclatlon of the crisis, or through procrastination, wo let tho change go bj. How much time we havo wasted in think in? of what wo might have said or might havo donot Wo spend hours and days and years In walking around that dead lion. Wo can not rosuscltato It will novor open Its eyes again. Thero will never bo another spring In its paw. Dead as any feline torror of South Africa, through who&o hoart thirty years ago Dont Gordon Cummlng sent tho slug, let us glvo any more time to deploring Thero aro othor opof the doad past portunities remaining. They may nol bo us irroat but thoy aro worth our attention. Small opportunltlef all around, oppnrtunitiH4 for the aayfnir of kind words and doing ot kind deeds. Disheartened to lx helped. leaving grat philanthropies in tholr ' bo wills for disappointed boirs to quarrel ones to bo encouraged. Lost ons to in- about and the Orphan Courts to Mvamp, found. Though tho present may bo Gip, aro becoming tneir own executor ana rHyiiiiii-tii- t Hotter is a living dog than a dead administrators" After putting asldo enough for their families (for "ho that lion." Tho most useless and painful feeling provldoth not fur bis own, and especial- ly thoso of his own household, la worse is tho one of regret Repent of lost opthan nn Infidel '), thoy aro saying: portunities wo tuust, and gut pardon wo "What ean I do, not aftor 1 am dead, may, but regrets weaknn, dish our ton and but while living, and In full possession erlpplo for futuro work. If a ot ray faculties, to properly direct tho who onco had chargo of a Whato Star b uldlng of tho churches or tho hospitsteamer across tho Atlantic Ocean ono als, or the college-- , or tbo libraries that foffiry night runs on a rock off New Tinatamp l dcY .Uiv TMlo wrrltatir, Htm T tOUnttiana, nnt I have full capacity to enjoy perish, shall ho refuse to tako command whll- the satisfaction of seeing tho good ao- - of a small boot up tho North river and complished? There are bad fashions and say "I will never go on tho water good fashions, and, whether good or again unless I can run one of the Whito bad. fashions aro mighty. One of thu good star Lino?" Shall tho engineer of a fashions now starting will sweep the lightning express, who at tho station earth tho fashion for woalthy men to misread the telegram of a while yet alive, their stir patcher and went Into collision, and for H is being helped that has been put down to the work of plus accumulation. by the fact that so many largo estates tmglneorlng a frolght train, say: "I have. Immediately after tho testator's never will again mount an onglno un- death, gone Into litigation. Attorneys loss I can run a votiruiu express-Tako what you haw of opportunity .ith laree fees are employed on both sides, and tho caso goes on month aftor left Do your host with what romalns. month and year aftor year, and after Your sliortett winter day is worth moro one court decides. It ascends to another to' you than can be the loiujest day of i our opportunity court and Is decided in tho opjioslto la proious summer, and thon new nWdonco Is now. as compared with proious oppor- nd tho trials are all it'poaled. tuulties, may bo small as a rat terrier foil ml comtared with the Hon which, at Mat- 'I i.e i Mtldren, who at tho father's funerto havo an uncontrollable abos.i, fatally wounded by tho gun of al awd Livmgston, In its death agony grief. ..Her tho will is read go into olab npitti urocoas to nreve that the father ieawHl Upoll iuu tiMuiur, itu its jaws crushed tho bono ot was i ruiy, and therefore incompetent to and will, and thero aro men on tho his arm to splinters, and then rolled nialte jurv who think that the fact that the over and expired, "but 'Hotter a living testator gau so much of his money dog than a dead lion. to the Hlble Society and tho Missionary Is often Pi.K..st'KM from Sciety or tho opening of a free liproof positive that he was greater ia anticipation than In realizabrary folinsane, and that ho know not what he tion, but not so with the pain that Tho tsmptation to do was signing when he subscribed to tho lows "In tho namo of God. amen. wrong ususlly comes with a proffer of wordI, being of found mind; do make this large enjoy snout sod with a suggvstloa of possible slight regret to follow It my la1 WN flnd tostament. Is lest torn wills, the fraudulent wills, Afterward ItU found that thtre tooW The was broken wills have recontly been In the enjoyment than what less In tks tho that there is mado sm ha spectacle to angels and to for, but No all over tho land suocessful bad consequences ot tha action. men that ndraaua calling in architects and saying man mer yet understood Inloser by a men are tin would bo tbe to them "How much would it cost for how much of w ronrdolng. It would ba me to build a plctura gallery for our sinale &n have tUU tiiougut tn mind 'srhlle town0" er "What plans can you draw mfr well to w i nvinu UiupUtlua to ovll. dally !njf out foi a concert hall? or "I am specialand -- b.'S.Tiuc, ly imorestod U 'tho incurables stone-cutte- it it Help-Ios-ijh- j yt fr j j " , , miinarj evil-doin- nrr i e o '- m j? nii. ui. m vmrvHPnH4 it iasaiasssssaBBsssaaassfcjs-- i ii. .M...IIII -' . ikr t . it mu - . m-- n - - ? jw w h. mbhpbm - . i v. b.m as ' i"nyinsjin .tt:. - 1 nt air ti 7 dBHi ssbm -- iBuBadiiPirB liwi s" r- - "n.nH.b i.aaMWH(BHPHii i - rrnin ' ill jn Jk iotwBMnHN aBanBia 3 i r ti 'j!WUwii-- .'CtpT'T'jHHIJI J5 AT HEW SPRING AND tq a SUMMER -- 5rr? FWPMMWM "TIW W OM Ml of Wylcr I am the only house in nickman (lint carries cheapest line of Clothing in Hickman. Ackerlaiid & Co., the best and A beautiful line of Ladies and Misses Trimmed Hats. - DISS TVT TTi rm tt s?i A n If tt rh tkt NEW AND BEAUTIFUL GOODS, EMBRACING ALL THEgNEW NOVELTIES IN ALL LATE STYLES OF en r f csV Vfi rs. :: raiaiTik si "t- - -- - GOO 1. ftUUJJj. ViyjRJiUHbjY AAiifuL lie sold . m the splendid made Clothings W ib&ihjs, ! has in am the onl) magnificent line of Ladies, Misses mil ill I tj J iiii auwofts, mmMf Hosiimr, m. Hickman that house the to the celebrated caius I sir i tilt1 Ik n W A full line of Slipper that will Tlie above Lines o:f Mm, 3 cheap! A bewildering dilny of vuij W . .. .. uusi uiHi II I. yiiuupusu I - sell rlit ( hildrens Shoes, 4 Jkown-Dcs-noye- rs .... . embracing Gents Neckwear something Xobby ! A grand line of Notions, full and lOinplvte Call and examine goods and price, C3rOoc3Ls e,:r 33 and we will guarantee that j ill cl11 S? !Fi:rst-OXo,ss- "OF ctxxci IMF jflfe HF 3 j V HoiiTDl pt the Very Lowest I'rli'w you can find in Jliekman! ! . U 1 ! M ,H a Til T euern1 jews attMiis. TnK Hopkinnville Kentuekmiw COMMISSIONER'S SALE, thlnkrt that (lov, Ittiekner should' The Hickimui Oonrlor ia an hi The number of def.iuUlng 8tnto cessant talker in favor of railroads lp It ero not for the blank wi no t itntMl the tax reduction If I, TO. tllt'l II iwl'lir, Keiiluck HlOItMANMCY. Out 1Ui aim r, l'lainiuT, It tms; Tho reduction Treasurers nlarina the wholo conn- to that citr. ...... Tin: Forum idiots who pureha.se itH blank tick w nt the reason U approaching, bear in mind Kijull njmoct mIi! ho tried for two years mo cts no lottery would that you can get HAKGAIXS tit 4, 1890. try. The opportunity to bicribucu wouui liko to Ree Mr. Warrou's nuiaR$lng fortune in succeed in APRIL FRIDAY w The times arc hard and tho II!t belra auJ erJitors, UcTti. J tho hands of large sums or money i wun me iiuur nui oy me cuy oi uioKninii us of JjJjrnicnt anil onler of1 Uoplo would nnnreciato oven a propneiors. l,ru Fulloa Cirouli Court, reo Tim another l lof Hull run ti.r.nu cuiHir or apiklh. rtniiniiiilila certntntv. of never bo- - Pelu"K haw been mllroad. them a courier at the FebTuarjr term thereof, I8W. Tuk Ccubuh Bnren has BOIlt j'1,111 Ul0l0a8 In lliClr taxes. A ailvoeatiuR j l MkMiAAA Tr dAtaLJiaklHMi i0. frtr It nrnftcs tnn. cconomy omo In the abote eaiiM. I "lull procetJ to oiler '" - - i i m0r auks to Uv Ofllelnls and Ml nehea of tho Government for iaU at the court Iiom Joor lo llisk vVT, avnTrCTTO tuTrtTl neVerttthat 1 ausDoctcd.,?. abiiiir for iiimrnuitlnii iim fl ' would oiLibln tho cut to ho .,.l ' e rt ma nb lA,.ni llilc 1. imp nliaanrn.- I llm A titi tiftlti olliinlini. y.. I. ui u, uinoow anivin awIFi Pnli, (tubjeet to lb action of the Dcm I I1UI urn lliiliioa DUiur oniivxitllll.oui C at ICIIOI. Ill It) 19 witt, WUOVI !' 'MMIIIVHll OIVIUIUWU Ul II1U.. Q"VJ MON ?'' "7 mfttnvxiVTnirii, and statements us so population, without cnusitiff any luconveii-I""'0- 1KIA l An nVliiV ) Vt n tlxt.tlii.l omtic rr, certain plan for checks and Ann. Hon. Columbus Forum SteS! 1lenco wealth, business aoelul advantthftn count court da;lt upon a creJIt of We Are nuthorlieJ to minounce THOMAS isliments can bo devised and en15 iHoa. ages, etc. iTinaylmvo been noticed that lix raontbd, the following dfictlbed (1. rOORU, of Hickman coutitj, at a forced, thero will soon bo little towt Tho bill providing for holding cimUJiite for Cleric of the Court of Ap use a recent dinner, cfcer to seo tho widow of tletrerson Davis, 100, aoJ IC1, In Ci'j lots n., 1'. At for peoplo to burden them thft WnrMV fulr nf Plilounn peili, mbject to tli action of the naiv. how much a man coulJ ponailily since his death, eigus her nnmo blsek no 1 I'st IticLuian, Fulton eouat. selves with taxes to be stolen by d tho House, and will no doubt eat, there were 20tf V. dorlorson Davis," Many per- Ky partjr. For the purchaie price, the purcha-- l :lfl'erent Of all kiud nnd tho bat variety, Fvcrj thing told State Treasurers. Honor, its rep- - pass tho senate. Tho date, AVe are authortzet to annouoto Mr. GEO, dishes, and five of the ught guests sons doubtless supposo she has itr, with apprevet) efcurli or curltlel(j as cheap as in nny competing market. mull eaecuie bond, bearing UgA Intereet bv a man's nrevious pond over, lias been changed, and Co- - lasieu oi tnom nil. Jueru Is no added tho uamo Jeflerson to her from the da nf le until pU, and hy- H. MAODKXaia ci.Ji.lite for Clerk Is lolio honored use for a hog to exptct to bent a Christain name Varina. Hut this i "fc ika r..BA MHU nai V,r a Court of Appeal, ntit jeci to (be action character, can no longer bo iAHtK. JJIMIUIt f Itlit.lra IVIVV ha ttrMnsraJ tt of Ibe Uemocratlo tft.He Convention. Instend fo 18U2, HB the man who sets his heat on mittlm? " Vu " -Pner explanation. will Mrarlt wtlk ,..r t . peuded upon, a i. i " a, iut awurcvmuon oi vouve, me then term prompti ' opening or tho fair for visitors is nhead. safety eocurfd by good bonds fixed for May 1, J893. ioh nnirv jtmii:. i iitMuni ior wuiow, anil u is tne iailuh, MaierCom Fulton Circuit Court Junr.K Milton J.Dnrham of custom in Lntiinlniin. uml nnrlmtia s before the The date, however, is not of We are authorized to announce Mr N piovo moro March 25, tew. HAMMOND an a caoJMate for Jn.Jje of legal technicalities through which very great Importance, . .. . v.. .... BV.. for the Danville, is a candidie for Audi- in other tmrts of tlm Mmtth. fnri i. the Fulton County Court. Klectlou in historiaus nnd antiquaries have toroi ttio btate. .Jiine uuriinin willows to place that letter before1 SALE, COMMISSIONER'S bondsmen escape. All a people AuguiU long since plucked the laurels is o ffniutl man aid possesses the Christian names of tliPtr iIa-- I ran do, after being thus robbed, from the brow every qualification Wiisito to censed husbands. V. Jefferson ' j of Columbus and rinriTrToritT u.mutuy We ire authorized to annouoep J. N. OUT- Wo. Davis simply means tho widow of' r0M 1 is to make the deficit good by pay placed them upon tho brows of make a first class Auditor. are inclined to say, Durham is our Jcflerson Davis. v A MB WISH3 DKUGS, Fulton Count Court. EicctioD oext mg moro taxes, and complacently hardy Norso navigators. Eqnlij f.io.t choice for tho position. j nowu h I of Mlm Moort( j , ,oveC8 AUu,l p ro7KT"Z K Of the !.ite St.ito TrManrrJ conTK mmIm MBDIOIXHS. ljread AM) TUT MATCH FACTOR V. We are authorized to announce JOSHUA unfortunate speculations in stocks ze?f,Cvsn.Ci"!ial CmtnmM juJ,ratol ina trdfr ., .toff- - ww irom the njgn waters tMu 0r S i;::v9 L42 Tatton FaltoitUn. sections of Mississippi, an a candhUte for NAYLGfl t n I w U U U D, x. th. ruitoo of some kind, and imagiulngif his Con, r..u.r. nsrsrii mtswiv to ibe office of Count JuJge. Klectlon "Wo hold that it weuld ho the Arkansas and Louisiana arc nowjedat the Ktbruarr trrm thtrtof. isw, in FANCY GOODS A meeting of the citizens te'-aft ventures hsd been successful ho Fulton and vicinity, m held In August. . I tbait procerd tootfer Gov- - underwater. The situation Is now' lh correct thing for tho Rational beeau-ewould not have proven a default tho ofiice of Thomas, Rice vt liur-- , orument to uso all lit iutluenco to alarming. In Desha county, Ark.,' ror ieie at the court boute door in SUKDRIKS, for cocKrr ri,i:tiK. K hid Public to er. The whole truth is that such uett last Wednesday oveniug, at yield the Indian Territory to the 3,000 people nro Hooded out of. Auction, , oo ibe higbeit tbe lr, at dt of MKD1CAL PAINTS, MooJ, Mth 'We re authorltet lo announce W, p. men are pla.n rohhers and thieves, which $37,000 stock was subscrib-- l colored peoide, witt tho view of their homes and all iivo stock AorM lHOO. at I o'clock. t ni . or Ihrrt. TAYLOR a a candiJaie for OILS, cd to the capital stock of the fonndiuga black Republican State, drowned. TllO etltfro Mississlnnt! about tbelnr county court dar). uiwn a rsii. to tke oftioe of Count Court Clerk. and deserve tho execration of double head match factory. We, Wrnnivu mtnnnra tn liarn Imun Delta ffOI Helena to Vfcksburi? "rdit of u tuooti.s tfa tn.faiioirinff dt Kleciloti lu Auguet nezt. . mankind even more than tho high- were delighted to seo tho interest i ,i " HSU Uf t IO'"IH mm mi llcv nfl ft ,,ro,,l0l and west to Shrcveport and down J"1' (J7 aoJ XH. and all af Loti wayman, bemuse the highwaymau manifested bynl present in this that ho guessod rtnt Niimirr, f IV. tlu March gales t t Now Orleans- is doomed. Poo- ,- v., 3 ;o(I 1 , .11 1. tVIVtt 4li a, r i , , ., H IH .i We are authorized to announce T. II docs not betray the confidence of enterprise, which promises such ior tne usual dateor audi and did j.iu uiuujiiigior iiicir lives nun Uiekm, Fulton count, K. Kor the hnndftoiue profits to the stock-- not put it for a wer k later. Dvery- iiiAiij- ui ilium are in ireo lops or purciiaee price, tbe purobaicr, witu rmrtlf-niaJOHNSON ae a caoilhldle for r ti. Ma frfoti.ia n,i tlon to the offica of Sheriff of Fulton great benefits h(Miy was gnesfiinr there was go Oil top Of floating houses, proted eecuril orecurlllt, muit whole people. When public sen- - luiuurs, aim eicn ii ii county. Election In A ugusi . . t ii w' (a on m. island cute boad. bcariojlecal lotereel from Ike ib run ii it li i , v rt i'iiv. .. .i.t... 17. .tiiir " v ' .'" MW "" uig rtniAiif nni..a. fcU AVA V ... inn iriit.vi rt i.. to ue somo rougu weainer urecnviue. .miss., .....w.. u..n8 .,. vAuuinii i: Liiiuv1 NLt:iiiiiv iiirirnrii in ..., ,. 1. V,, within this montl and as it did and tho situation BrolnB wor... & " roit JAILMt. ing State Treasurers, or any other vaiuauie industries; nnd our peo- not come early it was naturally Tin: work of tho tornado which will be P"Prw to compi prompti with We are authorized to announce Mr. OKO fiduciary officers, precisely as we plo manifest a lively interest in expected later. created such devastation in . Louis ir.cte terms. CAltPKNTUt a a cinlidate for re V V TAVLOK, everything substantial in that dl DKAL Kits IX l .i election to Ibe office of JjUerof Fulton do common highway robbers, then THE Stato nf MUafssimil Iiar vino is wiiutiui preeeoout tn nnv Com Kalton Circuit Curt rection. Let go count. IZIectfon In August. that samo public Hunlimeiit will on is tho desirethe good work citi haucetl iiwhltr mnn fnrthn nmrilnr of the larger citiesof tho countrv. Mircli2ith. 150. v of men demand tho infliction of such pun- zen of the place, and a pull al of a negro, nnd a fashionable mill 'r"o aolldity of their arohitocturc) I'OIt as will deter such together, win accomplish cront ' tary company in New Oi leans has Generally nreaks tho Torco of tho AVe are authorized to announce CHAS. T. ishment w mim uir uaii;iii:u iiuu ui its ouiuers iitiuuusci " i' v" MCI10,3 as a candidate for Hie office They ought to be hung results. of Count The stock has all been ho refused to npologizo to a ooM,lft lfl llonu hy Western storms, Latku Assessor, at the eoiuing or shot, wheuover or wherever! subscribed. they striko a village built; I i r " imi r rt ored man whom liofalHelvacouHedV-ff,,oAugust eleetioo. a r pa. proven guilty. Of course, somcj of theft. We hope 'Senators' without forest protection aud with TS-TW are ontborlzed to announce K. C. CAlt IIIMMJI.S. will Ohandlor and Tngalln will bo in.; wodcn houses, which are the! TR as a candidate for the ofbee of ment,say theao are words of excite I of tho wind rather than a !port but we verily believe that' Here's tho latest from Rob In dulgent to the South. Wa r retlD U fralesof T'Sla, NtHJlum aa4 rtae s'ttral'ar ate at pslfrt rtit Aiaeienr of Fulton count, at tbe en W llnrrler against it. Isolated suing August election. earrf a fall Iim ai l titoMM ctiolra. Rockorn, Tnhloa, Ouronus, WanlmtonOo, such punishment Is tho only means Sjrsoll: If wo admit the existence Siiowmo aprnfesflioimlathlcte UniidingH nro little safer inbrick the1 Wnrdrobcn, Chambor Hnin, Mattrooit Sprlnga, Etc . niirniMT 10 years old, said an eminent We ere 4ulWzJ in anpaunea J. O. A. to insure honesty where men are erngo tornado to ttet-wethan frame Ulreatatnii iu u rrlf oomnass ton. I"flnit0 fl84,om'J'J physician, nnd T will show you a I,,,- - though wo . . . COOPER aa a canJidite for reelection suojocted. to oii Uil(trtlknrft' Qsodri tt ) oaatail uiUtu in tWtt 7Wan bii4r'r their walls fre-- I tho temptation of man oiu oeyoim ins time, wuii AmnfKi uin...i i.. lolbe office of Tax Auetior of Fuitoa k its. Vfo carry a lrc ''" W4ea i- - Mvu.w lur n iiiiiu iti.i tan. diiii inn ...i.t..i. M stealing such large fortunes. They this; but how do wo account for bones out of shape, muscles p uJijr I VUcpUrtas aad Job Wufk count. co frune buildings to splinters. tiiii Ltnrv nun niciN HIIJT IIIIU Overj- - one worse tiinn that that is to jured and joints stltVened, nntl nol school si;xaj;iii.Yrc!tnuT. i.A jourt w. M0HU18. :i nI. Muo n.l IIe II1U pUTI IIIr i.r say this! If injiiBtieo triumphs ono would promfsn him live years Col. Arch Tool evidently does 8(L. 10KI, ftiini cinC tiilU hetievo in donates. I,ere' We tre authorial lo announce JAS II. will not of If "?!tl) thisllOliPMy more of life. Outsidelungs move- tutthe last issuorolliiioun pajHr, lie check thorn. Hrnn nnthlnr, 'gOUS V t of his 8AUNUBUS as a 7, gym. for V woild, ments to expnntl tho ,n the primitive ages of why wmiout lireml tloa to tie otbee of Count iys: Tho Kuttawa Times Superln-- j w,llt not in nnothor! Ccrtainlv nastics are a positive injury. tendentof Common Schools. forthcoming religious' mankind such robberies were pun- - God will do no better then than I A pauty of cranks in Han -- HVJ debate nnd says the editor will ished by death, and in Ohinn, nnd now- - Still it may ho possible that J tend and furuinh a completo --'1 I called Ericksonh, hao judge walker has Introduced a'nthor nnnni iah thut 11m.lUHi.ant u iT0, onnhnlto love aim ciitiipim- J ' iuiiinn.iiciu Mon will reward those who HutU-r- . Tao PP1"""1' to remove to I r"1" hill. nntimrfeSnr, tl,tt !.... for Ida readers. Don't dolt, 7 IvaOjtiJKlti St colfecVlng oi n fecial taxi ftr the '" s ,nouln,l,rt ,,v Ule tro. Harris, don't do tt. There U Loo and hope are universal. As J" ." rB V consequence a 'JPI KUI' rfAPr!, of no Institution on eartli moro ridtc zixrsm -- MAM'PACTt'Ui:HH of public roads int li is l0 bo expected that party long us men hope there will proh : hc-:-this county. uewspapera and speakers will ably be in tlio heart and hra,, n ' prediction by ono fcnekson that alous, more seusuless and mure j . San Francisco, Chicago nnd New ihomlnablc than one of those bandy epithets back and forth snlendin dream of immoitalitr . "; m will be inundated by the! religious debates. Don't tbe over 8Uch occurrences, but sensi It muvhfitrmt wn livo im mnrp. ork earth torryyour readers with any va terror Hore Kes, aenato mil calling a That wo go back to uncouHcions com.,nolio11. cmised by COWSILL'3 SYS 5ALV3. mnchib, peI,,e know tliat flUc!l ,iaP' dust, and yet tho heart will alwavs nnKe on tne llth o! April next. aormgH from narrow minded HI A.1XJD COJA2M IvIHITVIj Convention and this t nreacliers who havo no better' ttaV Ior Neuralgia and Khcuuiatlini, question Is at IftRt'I1(?,ings reflect only upon in.dlvid-ou- t say, rerhap'5 thpro is another TirwRr r.nni. niAi,A.n.AflM of their iluty to God of tho way of other legislation jiial honor, and that tho mass of life.' But whether thorp is or nuL ifAnnhhp-- ,, iin. iniAp,.ia,PA.i COWOILL'S WSASSL OIL. Agents for Morris Machine Works-Engi- nes of importance. peordo who comnoao a err eat no. let ns ail paint on the canvass of innfv.nirriir nV ti.Aini.t t.n c.... ind mail than to Indulge In auchi and Boilers. tho future a picture that delights tors on General Falineib' plan of r0M0 than uaelcBa discussions. aor For nifi jlitlcal party are in no sense re and satisfies all the soul. Wo . Canada will soon ceaso to be a i.ni.iA i. ,uMiM V.. .i.. ttI.i,imi.i.. ftiAiinrt CDVQILL'S PIL3 OINTMENT. place of refuge. Tho president sponsioio moro than that they know that in this world after dav people, and nearly all of them on uiat tho Gulf of Mexico is con- l& WILL GRIND Ml' L KVntV HATlf UDA Y. nuglO-lhas issued a proclamation an. havo been decoivod by one whoso comes night, and it may be that posed it, favoring tho present shlerably higher than usual anil Ri9xwi,,w rest' s3orTrtter nouncing that the new extradition previous good character author thero is somo world whero after plan, orcourso General Palmer's upon an Illusion. Tho intimation COWGILL'S 1 2R OIUTHSMT. El,fi,nnd w,n Solutojlieiltheinto trust him by voting grief comes joy, us after night plan proposes to send men of. conveyed by lliw teloifiamfi Is that comes day. April brains to tho Senate and leave tho Mississippi has raised thoj"For Worms, MANUKACTl .B1W OK 'iUK CKLKIIKATKD for him. Honest men, knowiu? the money bags at home. Gulf, nnd yet thoro is no renaon Cowgill'fl Pleasant Worn Syrup AX IMI'ltTAr OECISIO. c6 the body of any and all political w WnAT is called the Australian 00 You don't hear nuito so innch tu ouimiijou unit nuiu , viiriuuiiii oca? satisfaction uiarantard or ballot system has been followed parties to be honest, should, and Unllroada Ttluut Welt itrltela ou nil un Ui.Af in wa ..D.iai uiiiL.ua u - liiiil . . H ia i 'Irnln or .mij. of California's glorious clmnto as lotiubiiiiLri in Australia for 30 years, in En will, ituneHiiy TUK MONEY KKFUNDKD, .... t t. to par-fei.. gland 13 years and in Canada 1C such thieving scoundrels us the Judgo McAllister at Nashville orliWiJ "w" ',lbuUl,occan currents botwui-iFlorida For Sale hj the Projtritlur, . B yeais. It has succeeded in all defaulting Stato Treasureis. was ,i nim. ti. Inst Monday delivered a charge a theslopo naai.ci.int it. n B those countries. to a jury which bus created no lit tn Tun Illair Uiii is gone, nnd a tic Interest in railroad circles. It will fnrnish storage tncricau Sexatou Vookiikrs, in his late Gd nmny who wanted it passed Irf a well known fact thnt nil rnniln state ox anuirs in mat cuy in a for all the sens so long as thoy INIAUMACIHTH. waters : : : Kentucky. speech of Jiuiiun. miUoiIh.I n... ver their opposition will rogret It. havo a ticket faro and a noii.tiflkot poverty stricken labor clcmont. ?ru in tJtrect communication with Hickman mnKingor votingcompulaon. The Mrau, ot Morula, Is unuouututi- - fare, the former being cheaper There is no work, and von if tho (jho Atlantic ocean. Thnt such a n men could And something to do, Hiaie oi Kansas irtu.tlly does this, ' u rspreseiiiHUve oontiiem Keiia- - than tho latter, JL. .A. CO Itory should have been started by imposing ou e.ich man a poll tort n,uI befoio tho bill puMes Lust Novflmhar. nnvn flirt Vnoli. the weather would not lot them indicates the panicky condition of PHYSICAN AMD SHON r lIaaBloH h ftIU villo Herald, Geo. Duffol boarded il tax of $2.50 which may be tlls-- i fri,lfl t,,e fle, A (lie peoplo of cw Orleans. .charged hy vntlne. he well to make a note for too a Nashville ami Ofiattauoogti train HICKMAN, KENTUCKV tirSa! Card. Frank Canninshant. ColA JL OTfeT ais oenent or somo oi tt reckless 0f at Lavergne for tho purpose of l.i llm Lower MInSissnni U . . lector of Taxes at Itlchmond, Va., lUIA ID inundated, and a numberval "VTKKttH hi trfianal Svrtle ri- . v li The Senate has passed the bill of what of Wtbs cllixen sofHIcrua&aDdrlelDllyi uul abont U going to Nashville. lie boarded '. 1 ilf r.... f i?i .- - r KALv . inieuus io sin;; iu 1110 ifwii iuiierui. u rf 1... - ....- authorizing the secretary of war!M,,e BUPPrled it," no Mid, Lo- - tho 4:15 a. m. passenger tr.tin. of. Wa. ti.D cm.w, ... iar urcuito uipunuiiv luvuio uiivo auIC8Q to purchase 2,400 tents for the use cnUBe il was a donation without fered the ticket faro to Nashville ImX h occarrnil. Tlio moRt serious ono V ' e"'18 reported is at IIuntiiiKtonH In Mis- LortiaT. of flood suffeters in condition, other than sutih as had !, fifty cents seventy cents being T. TYLER 1LA. Mississippi and Louisiana, and an! ueou contained in the agricultural the no ticket fare while the conOrOBIIVlllo i nllDOBt ODt preprinted 915.000 for the pur colleges bill and in the bill for ductor demanded, and was paid, MTlLtlL,?rmn ATTORNEYS AT LAW, pose. Discussion of tho hill de "Primnntal studiua. If thero under protest, the seventy cents. lf mllNS off fr" outHhlo communication, 1 KENTUCKY veloped the fact that there had Wl18 ftlJlhing In tho hill that inter, The ticket oluce at Lavergne was "'nnn,? ',", ""' tho town is now well nuder HICKMAN, f ,L8n;,i o11 been no request for tents from f'rof witfe tlie control of schools not open, and Duffel! could not T7ILLiutfniI to all business eDlmstsJ "rak9 l" -'"' o9U o"b ode i0vo ea'S1 ibv Stato, It never would seouro get it ticket, and so told tho con either Arkansas or Mississippi, levees ,liavo inn measure relieved TT to tbeir eara. time Office his support; but thero was nothing duotor. Duffell claims Hint Furniture Factorr. the pressure in many placos, form the Dealer lu c?nW J"?" AN effort Is made to humhn, ... L?..1,E),,C conductor cursod, abtiHod and er BiSMAitCK'ri popularity was nev Ing as they do, outlets for tho so great as now whou ho is Hood, and whilo the country for which nou drew a pistol on him, white he, In fanner bliicrpsii.ir ti. MIIIJ If : " uu ,u,u,,u ol and stripped of olllchil power. It may very largo areas Is Hooded, only In DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS AND drew a knife. corn fronHO to Lr cents a lmaiini an ussuiuptioii might reasonably Tho abHiirdlty of this can bo seen be inferred. Duffell sued tho company for be that tho demonstrations In his a few placos Is there much danger & When Judge McAllister favor aro partly inspired by dis to life npprohendod. Snfl'erlng by glancing at the fignres showing HICKMAN, KV. 1IH2HE will he an effort made damage. delivered his charge to tho jury1 trust of the statecraft that now and privations exist, nnd tho more how much corn we imported Into after the next census to KENTUCKY 8TUEET this country. Last year 2,333 tlio ratio of apportionmentincrease in the caso he held that a railroad holds sway, or aio simply a tribnto fortunate towns aro giving what CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED. so us company must sell tickets on ull to tho great servico ho has run- - aid and assistance they can to conitantl on hand for hire PRESCRIPTIONS bushels of corn were imported at to keep down tho In consolidating the German their unfortunate neighbors. Ono KEEPfl sale sizo a cost of $1,111 70, tho rovouue House of Kepreaentativos, of the trains or none. Ho also held that deied HOUSES. BUGGIES and IIACK8. which (ha fin til i mi ti t lifwl we t rlif tn nation a recognition of tlm rnsult, from this rrrcat Hood will IU L. Al EXAKnaii, Cashtor. derived therofrom being C. IUx.tzrk, V rrei. 238 Is considered to bo It nccruNiw, Was. Having purchased the Mablt, horssa getting an- - charge a ticket fare nnd nno-tinmnfeIiIeHS skill, woirlrotiH fore ho tho discussion of thoudvatagca ntlil unliru Aiitfi It rtt uiiu uiu pucu pain ior tne Im "iviuj. uiu momijersh it Pliimm. waw .t r,.rn Slgllt mill iron win which havo and d HadvantaL'OS of the u ported com wasCO cents a bushel, flxed after tho last WB n'nnniH ta flnnllnun (ho hnilnraa. anil v it t v. Tl.,,. I. mat in u nil II II "wj iiiunv !..... ceaHUH At This was all for seed corn and liy tho admission or form rate. The jury gave Duffel! nmuo mm oiibiiy uio most power, systom, and we may oxpocl a com-- , 0ic', t patr0nac thB four new o verdict of ,lid Im3'- - Tlio pleto overhauling of tho entire j was supposed to be of suporW States It has damages against ful BV "e8l,mn been incrcastiu 10 tho Uompaiiy. ijhuhihmi wuoiuer uis groat power subject. -- .4.1 sinuHtv ...! wnB iiiujMMuru v uq ; soioiy two, nuo r ho was used nlwiys for tho trood of for seed purposes, Wheat has are admitted Ida will and Wvominir A Nniiml it opinion As to tho practical results of his countiy ami whether his policy boatillfu tier been increased from20to Scents Increased to I". Ihtnbriilgo Mundiy, Eori., County Xal aCj. uft-per bushel. The absurd tv of thi .lo.n,,,,,, iti ri..; i,f,??.il""B??i the whipping post law in Qalloway was directed to secure thowclfnie Attjr , Clay Co, Tex., sars; llno nel feb county, tho Murray News says: of the peoplo nro no longer asked, Kloctric Itltterif with most happy renulti. efforrto humbug the farmer can ior over 000 m, h LT .tww "On last Wednesday evening Ad sinciTother hands now guide tho My brother 1o won very loV with l oe seen when it is uudnratnnii every memhers does uot" consitlor ruiuiiur, oi uuiur, wnn eouvicteu uuip ui siaio, ihii no was sue KINGMAN & BOMAR Krver ami Jaundice, hut wn cured hy that last year only 1,010 bushels that he must make ono 3oine: ropulRrly orffanlaod and rendy for bualnosa, wo rMpoctfully solrj i or more of nppiopilatlug another man's ionium it mi iiiiiinr ii is lonuorsiup timely tne of tin rueiPeine Am ICeep none hut the bent of HIus, at reason of wheat were imported to tills speeches at every nleo'rio Pitttri tvej U life natrnnni of all. All colloctlons rootle for aopoauora irH tn cau-J IiiKt(lf, Spring able prices session and Hour to liM own use, and wnn sen the (leiiuans gained a dominant country, valued at ;i,0!7, thn rev. have them reported Wilcflxson, of I. He. Horses alwnys fresh, and good for tho bono- - tonced to receive twelve hishes, position In Europe. For this he Is KvMr nUU I.a hk tethi)ony. Hone Cive, Approved paper ruunlnK three or four month dlicountod at tho rute ofy' cnues to tlio governmont lieirig lit of his coiistitueiitH, sttylng ; lie , and tho The Henteneo was fully carried out applauded, The further results iKjiliively believes li wo'ilil have died, drivers emploed. Drummers and travel-h- i per cent, por annum. W89 25, This was seed wheat also, lueiniirr-- aro men satisfactorily served. Th best not with policy are to Just the same us the corn noted separate sn.its andpruvfileil where a few hours later. Frank Petty of hisseem entirely rest with those liftd It not ben for Electric nittrrs. tn well equipped Mvsry and Feed dtahlo In tbe desks willing to ac had his trial Saturday und was who ThUcrcalivmvdr will ward oil', county. When you want a good, stylish above was for soed, The wheat thoy can wilte and read the pi. sentenced to receive 24 lishes. cept the responsibility of dealing ??.; ney,all MaUrlA) PIhci". and for all rig k!" m a oill. R. M. ALcANOEW O. OALTZER. oat M 05 per bushel whero It was pers und amuse H. BUCHANAN. Htormtcli DMordera Liver i ... .I. fompro-jiUnj- , Kid unw.luloJ. andPrUc 60o. and ot ..i theiiiHelves by Vorily tho whipping is comlug in- ...ui. i.u..., w.iuuiui ii.uy Cor. jKrksou and Kentucky Sis,, mi J, W. COWOILL, W, C. JOHNSON. J. W. ALEXANUttK jfurchasodr I, talkiug to their neigbhors, ' to frtvor with our jurymen," houd tho forces at work or not, ' j. w, cowuUv ihus 8tor- -. R. B. BUHVAWOV KBNTUOKY HIOICMANr THE HICKMAN COURIER. Hang theNtntc TrcaMivom. ... I FiiRM IMPLEMENTS I I 11 i iv , rr).wtt?rl 1 Jel J t I ? J , pro-Ir- l, M B .thaw's ArCKQIM&X 3EEti.f; . - -- r Dera-otrit- io how-resente- d dc.'Jwf'wovery Ull,.1n.nnB.,183. W m ' -- " wsr ' cob-web- .. f. :SW:ie m, Q SIgT S ur TT And )oalors .aiv-KA .v-vr-- w . j station met-ma- n. pMWfVK juHsjatGSEiimfi a JJ i.--i- i. tll li 4 -- ?Ki:soRiiynoNs SPHCIAIrV. - - FUBNITURE. FUKNITURE. ! ; f 1 , ., w- ' ftV'jV.'M: r STEPHENS TYLER, M . ASSI-SNO- It. rob-herie- What to Buy? FiiriiiiiireiiiidUiiderlaker'sdoods, " - n 3EI3CCSX.2rrLI5Sr, i a f . j thBri,.,,BtL9u.r,.i,i,i i in-'- J. ... ., i --- 11113 csndi-nt- '- I ' Fran-clse- ro-bi- "' ,llfllMd-improveme- v&rs I liPNBBBBl k- 4i EAST w. HICKMAN IBB L,IJril mi -! JULB'FG JNO. !. lv 5i d i i pFin FORD, Prop's, op Buggy Spokes talked-abou- ..ivccnlion a,.n ifli HERTWEGK, BALTZER & 00, ; u rti,...t i . i a TZ;ztrx?:z j I DH. FART9 i i - P"ts - TTTnWwR 1 1 1 111 -- 1 ,'Jl &a J. au. THE OLD EILIABLK 9JX&JZ'JsJUH "IT- tk TT h't fa--- v WT tff m twr .m. z- - S CHAS. A. HOLCOMBE, DYE-STUFF- . i ' ! w - W-- ,it J 0' (self-defens- sale livery stable Paths Paiiker, V i ! k I S. .1 I ' $-'- ' 00 HICKMAN. BANK, EDEOKMAJST, KY- y-- ,- - I ' m Livery and Feed 33 i K" t i 02Pito,l5 Vi S3SO,000- Mala-rh- natls-lio- ii M . Go-- Wag-o- n, DIREOTOBSf r i as-w- 't . . ywwmtnaawroas . Vm r , " . . : .. o ...,.. i BF ggglslWaWs VI -- . : I i t 1 L TIT r - ' Jon?ados! Jorpados! ISSUKK YOUK IMtOPKItTY IN ONK OK TIIH OLD IIKIjIAIILIS COMPANIES, HERE WE ARE AGAIN, Uitty our f(eu Sprip6 Stoe Dress CJoods. WWWI'HWiMW MRS. AflAINST DAMAGE NY WIND Hartford and Phoenix I L0 of Hats, or VaWiiz K ATmmwx m ilE JOIS, T AmwwSw'-- ilUlJUUIIN WrzmCiX'mm' WW virj ' v.-- MTT T1TT?"D LJJL -- V J. I ' Clothing, Shoes, I T'JtaL Xjtvk7 NEW INSTALLMENTS ' OF GOODS R& E JUA.ii --- AD 33-flL'VIJ- 150,000,000.00 ! m nmntangs, OEIVED WEEKLY! . . . . Vnr ttin llAxt RIl'TV wa a ap, vf ,im oruer to nmuo room lor Bptlng Stock, i will aoll gooda at very '" reduced pricea. LOW UATlft AND KBLIAI1LB INDEMNITY! UU3L S, Lgroxxt, ft 1C 13 N" i 1 1 I 1C M A T XJ C JC V.f3S-S- - Laces and Embroideries, Carpets, Oil Cloth, I Bio HICKMAN, Clinton t., a Miiow ainist or Znolccle Hotel, KKISTTUOKY Caps, liullroutl TIuio Tabic. N., C. & Trala Trala St. I m L. K. K. AHHIYft N .X close connection with The number of tlio killed in Ihe L A. N i McKantlt going uorib, end Louisville tornado waa $" and Iht N N &M Y at I'aditeeb June- - ill with tbe tton going north nod the Nawbcro accom- - "ouodtd 160. These figures art given at accurate by tht Louisville patrt. In tneJatlon going aoutb. another perl of Ibis paper the number of TTT kilUiLJe put down at 800, and oueh was il wot 1 !. Mvo r Tblt road maVat M. N LllYC , H1 r. Train Trla M, 3 30 a MJMr m. m irtra in recent com anap u win not re cover sufficiently to make as full ?leld ll would have made pcrbejthad It not been o far advanced before the cold. snap cawe, Tlio wheat crop In recovering . OtMfrU Tor il Cvimk vaa Nitaiaa ' lrf Ie iir(ft( Mlllaa! rar III l OfclUATlM, rIvllaa, a4 iribatri of lm m u thrrl fir at tht rt if a ctnt !( k, to t r trl ir rr uit mrIi, Tralal 4 f n ub Ari .MltUl iMtriiun plal Miiiav tr ftrlaltad calling vf Cilaata rul, fMl c ft HHIaHlaHaBaBmfvn Mat. cuuUa )r dntructlon proptrlj )t ItaVa. lftl 4fllt rtaaia iiitttii tr CO , 1 1 arty ctaia wii not much lath each dollara, WOO MWI Tbt M it. of Lout n? nutluli.i in liu & Tabic Linens, Towels, Napkins, Lace Curtains, CwrH Powell &B ANli i13AX.13HN IN Produce and Live Stock."HbernI dfrlcfei - General aaaortment Faaiijy Suppllea. Alao, Salt, Limo, Cement; Feed for live stock Corn, Hay, Oats nnd Uran, Land Plaatcr and ' lilch will bo aold Field Seeds, ' for cnaii. wanted, any uiatuiue- Acents fprii'i Xrr rof- outua will 1haKeVpMapiirchaaers. wlicti FnctofieF. aud will ordeh , ii4. Ant-clnaa - we ba not In stock. of Ifia tban Ll mlir If m If MMliaaM, ctatt rr ! rt, tin ch tlt Look t u rur. KhmUmi, ai bni at This ! ( II If fea !, If va aal Nt ! ! H lartff( If T If r at Uiuac (Ht, W hl JUII latiuiH, I hkltj Tw ( I? r tMi (irtMlar. un, if JOB rittNTtXO -! ! MiitfaM! v iwtnr, ' fflH's lfc bf If )a at St4twtatv tuj. ttur llH, and tioan AaoolatTan In tbal cit), the W(lh ilia can llanJaiaAn Jmirnil iii! c'uilon of tbt li'Jd trlet wblch bat jual riplrril Iba Attoclallon baa paid out million tloltart aod built four buod-rtand forty Iiouim In lh eltjr " At lour rlt ate laautd a yar, titt Ata elation bat aeaonplUbfd Ibe grand work mentioned la about Wn rtart and vet conic aay thtj do not m huw a Uulldlog and Loan Aaioelatlon "111 bttp a town. lu speaktuu of tlio HuIltlliiK "Va7o eljcg JSlxo757 imLr - tliisj otr Jk.TT,?,-OTIA7"H- Season ""BIT 5 z& 3 of Guudjs, complete in every department, anil are making prices so low that everybody can buy. llemember our prices &8BL fa tv - STOCK very R- - S. BEE74Sa "OiD aaaaABiiBi"" Kerin a Splendid Stock of tbe very beet makc3 or all klnda of HARDWARE, TINWARE, STOYES, &t.j )r ri attua4 WU111 1UI rlbt '? lotiuuaa tug. -l Okntr1 If yon want a huU, oiun1 In mukC'Up to the I'XNKHT Mkkoiiant Tailou Woiiic. bny iV MPft mr "iPiA SBBBBBBBBVuBVabBaBTaBBBfefeBTaV7'r BHHHBBetattcaVf& which are offered at ONE PUICE, aod that the very lowest tbe market justifies. All gojJi guaranteed to be at repreaented 1 lUvh Hti-t- i Ar; Clcth- 1ULT7.KU& HAW. 2 ms wp.Mh For wc dont allow any house to undcrscil us. Come examine our Goods and Prices. ILocfi33.gr &, JSipeoietlty i DAVIS, . - Tlieyonnp nocleiy pcoplo rvaldtnot VJUUUI "iba wk.ili LOCAL NEWS. will dir tftnlnx, and, to ua fair Morltr, bd Jut rlll of l'r J en- - m M. d; k Aliproprtutn ntt?r frrrvliicn bld at tba Mathodltt Churcb Sun DONT FORGKT to co anil otarninc an anr titbjcet that It of Intrrtat to htm la anr Af n wwlroma from Amrrlrana pn-- a brn Mr (Jladitona wrllei ebureh, Htinday artnlaa; at 3 o clock. rail 7 Hut concerning th Itook of UkjV, an added tr;boi IntllaJ. fnttrcal allacbft to bit werda tn the mlndi A Mr.fl. W. Katflon wan Crjeil of all. Tbt Drtl of a ttrlra of aitlclca on I.(ot JuJ OtttiHi, WJntiJ7, forctr-rjin- c tbt III bit, from bia cn. amxartd In tht a cenctalrd rlilol, an J gt ten tba Sunday Scbool Time, of March 29lb, i&0. (hi ft arlteUi In ibe itrtra ara to ba given umal See aod Inipritoomtnt. il Ibtftrtfct AT ft inAnlh Xha NiitlilkV of Watchef just received. 3:28 The Younj: Meu'n Chrinttnti AC4tIdi wilt raaat at it per Hit rK Biton' tu'HUtiful stock lota of fun." Twfhe couplet wart prtatnt, aod wllb ilanelng, and a rtal good auppcr, miulc, d all. tba avtalcg was -- SPPJ ,0 ona Sarat af tbt "tatkr Coluuif'' trt not nlj droll but natural, and afforded a tourf of InAnlic gool bu oar. Tht jaung ptcpli cnt thanbt la Mr and Mr. Hub U id for tktlr courtoy A Ilutbard.'Tnti I lit words sf cur Takr t'artr." at WB B.,C3-IIS-r and have placed on laCW-E- i STARTED word from Mr. OlndMone, it a great variety of goods which you can buy at your own prices. COU1TTE3 13 .A- - Watch the Local Columns for Prices! Tho ciedit syatetn of doing B. T. business haa ruined many good, honest ;nc;i. A Stan's credit has ofton been hla worst onoiny and nil.,... a t 1. few men find this out until ft ia too HICKMAN, KY. late. Too many men often buy on credit. They pay higher pricea Will atlfnd promptly to all buelneta ln for their gooda, they buy much truited to hie care. mchl4'(J0 more tban they otherwlao would, tho run of tho account is forgotMISS R. ADELLB ALLEN ten, and tlio buying runs haphazSucctttor to Jt C. AUtien. ard until tho end of tho year, and at tbe end of that time the account Books ia surprisingly largo, aud one has bought a third more than ho would Hickman, : : Kurrrucicr. had be been pacing caab all along, and you hare paid more for gooda POOKS h'Or KEPriX STOCcrder , .,. . bought. Tlio credit system ia Jl td ou request titatlonery of every variety and atylc. ruining meu every day. Ex. Also, nicentfor the leading Attorney at Law; 0i ft-- .; and Stationery . $. Dens-pape- rs of the United SUtca. Her. UulltllctOU, of tllO Cum bcHand I'reebyitriaa) Jenthtlaatlon. will at Ibe Chrletlan fhircb. la Hick man, tfundey and Sunday night rcb SoboolTImeaU publlibtd wtklr at fl.ftu per year Vend In yaur tabtorlptlon now. AddrraaJoxn V Vattik4. I'ubllihtr, 1031 Walnut Hlrett, I'mlaJrJphU, I . Wb nro nolo ncntn. in this UlcUutan wait visited by two city, for Strouno & Hroa' HIkU Art firet Ital weak, one on Friday nlgbl and ont Htlurilay ntjbl, each burning prop. JULTZKU iV QI1AW. Clothing. eriy of llfrlwtok, lUMl'r A Ct. Tbt Thnrnhifl of property in Hick- - Krl'ly nljhl 6rt deitroyed whit It known Smith, Ellison & Co. --- New Advertisements. 2VOKT1AX W. DIBSTELBRINK. NTAIiLIOX Family Groceries. man by iht aMtietntal Jat eompttttd for at the Nelion boutea, uetd for alotlng IH;0, tbtwt an Increual valuation of wigon material, aod the Saturday night aU.ut forty tboutind dollara ottr Ibat of fire tba etabltt belonging to tblt firm. We tellete, from tht clrouatlancet, lhal 18h0. tacb firt wn caiierd by erapahootera, who Prof, Hwnnitr. nud wife, ntter had tougbt thtat placet In trorctt tbem a few vleit to friend In tblaclly, telrea whlli playing tbelrgaioc, and If returned to Ibelr heme In Chteago, lail tblt ii a fact, l ebouU call upon our o-Mtodty. Nettle llcrtatcl acwmf anted fur united rfftrt lo aroteot Iheniatlfrt tbrm botuf. and tn punlah tbt gullly ontt The properly waa only partially Iniurtd. Tho proplo 3 mm v dat rUlil Pfyzav amirjan HLff 3r 23 H7S7" m ty rn A. fc- e- (jm:h llMCIX. Tlio Tonne Ulrl Ilorar TUIef. MI.HS ipyaJ'i HilHH rIfJ2 OP V f&ti900t) auck to build a malcb faetory at Ibat pltr. Tbt alock If tU at boot, and tbt new loduatry will te af cereal benefit to Iht lows. IJaefc liros is the plnce to your r.M'n ton tod and lilted to tlio of Fulton liavo tfbaerlbeJ crid hvn ly rivalry etltta between It aud the Labor be built, for l lie wonderful wealth of th Journal publubcd i Fulton. landi reclaimed will amply justify the b llaa.iroua exCXptsditur. Kre A hftmii dwollinc house, three perience of ibis flood a stronger and safer )) m Uotcoutbt, ayaiem may prow, or If not tbt great valrr(ma Mit of C. A v ley of the "Aflealftlppl II doomed by Art to ruin bear Itlekiitah, na about and desolation nomine. No Inturanca f.tOO, It waanccupUd by a Mr Andtr ton, wbo lost nearly alt bla houethold gooda aod furnttur, and had do Iniur New Millinery Goods! aneo, ytsicHsr reportiag a dlaaairoua Ar at y dlacour If It doct not ,'p, ' ' Union Cttv on Utdneiday n'ght Tan great tnttrnrltet. Ilcrclofort 'In hare baueei on Mau tlrtet, IneludinK Hck A provrn, wdi an tccailtnal eicepilon, oom Uardott'i pkt faclory, wart dtetrojtd. p'rla proitcilon lo Urge dlatric't of a fine tgrlcuttural landt a there art In the S. M. Kruin, preftltlent of the world, but now many of tbfta dlatrleia arc Kentucky Agriciltutftl Whirl, baa ettab flooded and mtntd. If building Icectc of llhKi a new labor paper at llotling flretn louble tbt ttrtngtb of tht prr?n! onra called tbt KmtucVy uu Fnlon. A Iltt. will -- Itl.tland tbt Crtat flooJa, tbey will Thftt in ASSORTMCNT, auglO beat Pebblo Glnaaes. A telogrnm wa received hero Uvrrt Hrinpyour Vntciie, Clocks, Jewelry. &n., t tin t need rcpniriu?, to Hob ltuck, opposite MitSlmw's grocery, nt liuek Hros nnd ho will repair them ns a npl't) workman tdtould, Tlio brenklnp of so tunny t!rtt-'lah- AVJ2 CAN HIIOAV Staple mi Fanoy Dry Q&h o., In the Iwer XllaalMlppI IM great Slioos, Hats, KTotions, QUALITY 1 03LBoB3?S3:3i:irc3r? OQ.J3JS, and 1Z LOW P R I C L, C 'X' Will It 12 AV A. It 1 N H 1 IOM dtroyl tftm-da- Wo heartily thank our friends for their liberal patronage during tho past, our first year of business, and cordially invite them, and tho trading publio all, to call before making Spring purchases. Laimkh who desire the new Vnmlyko Patterns In Kmlirolderies and Lacen Hhouid not fall to call. 3:U8 Haltzhu iS: vSiiaw. The Idea is often evprusscd tbtt c;ehue.( tornaJoca and tarihruakta ara rooro frciucnt of lait than In pati aget. Uroluglat roirareb, trndlllon aod bliiory if at irt (ai queul "UhDi baok Tbar ,t detruri.. now Oltff taajn tavr t mrit a pwalt incHB. inw wiutlior nronhnt. who to acciiralflr nredlelad ih dctlrucilrn eyeloust, pieJIcti for M inonih, April, grrat diurbanet. fit name tba flih, 7lh, bib and Vlh aa the tUnger daya. tin tht ISih rmnetltm warmth and ttormi, folloNtl by front and a cold watt, ami etortua again about the Mhh. iWthand L'lei. Thf rnntlntUr of tho mouth a Irndtnoy to April tliuwcrt. an" atHi it f"(i.iiii t j-- m ln ftl'MliiT " town Mra. Jennie Jndiro lias received her now Rtook of Spring Millinery, j coiiRlatliiK of tho latest Styles of; Ladiea and Mlsaca liats, Flatfl, iti whiten mid colored, fi button Alexander Kid Gloves, nt $1.00 and Laeo Kid Glovea. Tho tftitNt NthN UlbiioiiH, NotlouBjc.j e in. ta ' mi ttHli'i u ilia kt liu Sv tl.nlvo, PUT BALTZER r WHAT'S U.N s SHAW. r.ni Tho river nowa ia of tho moat price 20couta. Ghildreafa Hose, 10c per pair; distressing and uppalllug character, end lit I te to Justify tho bope of ite gelling auy coat us H5 aud 30 conta, belter very toon. At Hickman the river Turkey KodTublo Linen at 25c; It agalu about up to He former Mgheat 40 cents. stage for thle teatou, and was rising tlow. worth White Table Linen, alt Linen, at ly yeelerday, Tbt upper rlvert were re juried falling, but Ibe continued rains 25c; worth iOc. et need. and melting anowa forbid auy expectation Mcn'a White Uulaundriud Shirts Wl' will HiiAtiihi oiip rniuitn.i of much fall reaching here for s.tine days linen fronts, 10c; worth 75c. tlon, already oatntillHliod, iih buioK The present Hood lacks about 3 feel of A largo lot of Koitmuut Drcaa as aa the grf al Ileadquartora for Geuta Kunflsh. bchiK but high Ishere longer durationtlood of Gooda gnnt 10c; worth 25and50e. 1H8'. of It than lug Gooda. An olegiiht lino of Dreaa Gooda, Hood In (he history of the great Mis. any 3:28 ISaltzbk & SlIAW. aisslppl. It overleapel lie biuks the 16th nt 20 and 20c; sold heretofore at of January, and hat tlooJeJ Ibe low lamia 30 aud dOccMita. Illcknmn OoIIoro la progressior lesa farmi to a Itcmembcr thoae are IVirgaiuu, ng nicely under I ho luauatnient of Prof and bottomatnoe. It bat greater greU hardever been a Luuiley and hie cempetent corpe of aa ship upon the bottom people, not only the auoh aa were nevor oOVrod before Utaula, with about 280 pupils en'ollcd Inconvenience of the water, hut the eoaf here, nud (lrt come, drat aerved. Tht eltotlon held Wodnti.Uv ou tl.M mh. folding uf aiook, extra eipeniee, exposure OO call early, If you want cuoloo. otltlou for Ibo town to ttihtoribe the t 10 com wimis and eoid water, and latterly ( dillonal auouut for (be oomnlctlon of tht iMlnr ELLISON & CO. buildings, grouudi,&o, currltd, wlih but If IIWIV VI. .1. v 'IIMI tbrtd dlnentiofC votoe Tble thowe that pie. "((' it la una to make any predictions. Ibe ioplaare determined laitniain iki. and wt oan ouly hope iIimI the tlood will Mr. Smith, of Graves, Im intro eobool If the te&ctere aod trueteee wlJJ do aoon pats, and that bountiful aud full dueed u hill to auppreai lottery t Mlg duly. or op 1 will Mew then all Ihtt yaar advertiaemeata in thU Stato. Walktr, ex-le- nt lutrodiiocd by llrprairtiiaitrp baa been favorably reported by the committee, and will, no doubt, te promptly paaed, It la to bo tubmlticd to a vole of tho people at tbo next rtguUr election In Auk'JM. We have never teen the bill, but turely hope that It may prove mcb that the people will accept It at the polti. A good road law la our great county, Como nud seo our Inrgd and beautiful stock of Ladles and flouts solid Gold and Silver Watehoa. Wo will not bo under floiti. J.UOK I1KOS. The now road law for Fulton aud oilier gambling devlcM, and often llmra succeed In winning the hard earn Inge of the roorr Industrious oolored men In KtMituAly and lb rtrtuib q 5 wnii a ciaat or mating negroes wbo narer yrt have bun lo uhey I lie eoniiiiaiidmeni, "11 the aneat of thy bruw ahalt thou earn I by breal," nnd who bate aucreedel In aolelng the problem of living wiihoui any Ii(bte ranane of tup port Thle ohun of people le u drain upon society t Urge, and at long as Ibty con-(nIn an unproductive elate, toctrty will turfer accordingly, Thle data of nt. grort aetm lo have a strong ntlachment for town life ami Ihey generally form ap Sot ,1 int cuss mai engage in utoKinnii. Iiko most all u hj u i icaifu tnou v of "crap ahooter." Wuear "carslruncu" becautt Kit not centrally believed that tbaaa iNltmtlonallv or dt. Ilberately aei Ara to property, but that ; pajaw mm a r Ihey go Into lumber yarda, and Into un Inbabltcl houtet, In (he night time, lo play their came, and that Ihey leave matches, or lighted elf art, whre, aided by the reanlte Well, there'a 1000 yarda Droaa Circumstantialwlud, a conflagration IhU conevidence make Gooda nt 7, 10 nud 15 cents; form- clusion almost certain, and It presents an alarming condition uiiUxh It can be slop er price 15, U5 35 and 40 eenta. 000 toz. Hut to tin at 5 oeuta per ped. The prorw owuere of the town aroutrd, dozen; former price 10, 15 and L'Oo. aregreatlv bo done and feel lhat som-of ething must An extra force yurda Klccaiit Lacos. i to watchmen 250 should be employed by tbe 10 iuchrfi wide, at 10 cents: former Council, or the oltleene or both, nr Uimlv. lhal l!i rendeivoui of the Prlre 25, 35 autl 40 cents. broken up, More tirlunent law thall ton ifiaui 1 uiiiuiugo shouldbe be A'liiiu had; and, abovn nil, a sure at JO cents; aold ut 30 aud lOo. meant of finding out the guilty Fanc Curtain Not, 10c; former certain punishment afterwards. ones, and UUtt The recent fires in Hickman !ssnerMy eltrlNiM l ih oarelciineM "erap-ahftnlar- ain Counter." Q can-di- ii 1 ...M.rbl. .t..krib.....d.ib.rj SMITH, Lounoll buying a Protection agaluet firee la greatly needed, and anv and everything In that direction should be encouraged. These hand engines will not answer the ueed. The boye ratly lo them for a while, nnd after 0 or 12 raooiha Interest dies out, and no two piece of tbe machine can ho found In Ihe tame pi ice at ihe tune of a Are. if properly manned, operated and supplied with water, one machine la not eulliclent, and more than one would prove cotlly, A system of water work, by the ooopeiatlon of town and oitfzeut, cau Uj oouatrucled at not n great deal mom coat in the end that will bo equal to a dtizen englnet, and alwavt ready for uta, An honett Investigation of those faota will be a revelation 10 many citizens at to how iiftvful inch worke would be, and how cheap ihry oan bo built, ihe Couittaa it fur eupliitta, jf we ctn'tdo any txiiier. but nature haa done an much lo eld Ulckrnau to a eplen-dian I cbean sysieoi of water works that 11 ttacw ildlcutour to attempt uD)tblur e. I Tlicro is sotno talk of tlio elu. DrulMS.borea, Ulcere, Silt Uhcutn. Kevcr cau make more protii he may tell you he In stock, a fine lot of Amcrl. uwt. nr Inat Ihn fftll ulwilTH lllld li IrChil BUpply Ol m.Mihii.tf !.ii.t aa N)itf, IV fer, Chipped UuniU, Chilblains, h. HAVING . . . .. .1. ltalUu Marble, I aw pro-p- a i r fthlukeus. &o.; tind' and all Skin Krupllom, aud mI tamo U011 1 v Jecoivtu, imv msut upon liuiier, is IVL'KW, ie .: to fill all orders. Call and examine .. which a. irriiinriLl it" - 01 IP.. ...lit uiuuo Klnea New iiely cures I'ilci, or no pay required. It 111IU rjuunt. mVi.worK la gutrauteel togivt perfect eiifatllon. U guaranteed to give relief In all Tiroat, lt ouV stor'e id East llickmau. Orders front tat countrV iri&'iii) or money refunded. Price 'J5 cenU per Lung and Chei allectiona Trial bottlea lies, at box. Tor talo by J. Vf, (VswgtU, Drug-fie- f, 10c at J. W. Oowglll e Pmff Store, targe iy- Corna, . leltl tlio palm to nono in our iliNplay ot elegant valued tn IlouC Experiment. Wliito (lontls. Our Hemstitched You cannot atlbrd to waatu time In exaud KtnbroUlered Flouncing tauk perimenting when your lungaaroln dan-geConsumption alwayamremi, at firat, well among the best attractions in that lino. Daltzek & Shaw. only a cold. Uo not permit any dealer to Impose upon you with aome cheap Imitation of l)r. Klng'a New Discovery for JIiieUlriiN Arnlf-- Nithti, Coukumption, Coughe and Colds, but be Tuc IUstSu.vk in the world for Ctila auro you get tho genuine, neoauae nn Wi: Hickman Ky., Marob30, IfcW. To the Editor 0 the Ilttfanan Conner: In order (0 eiUiu uv case, and to Ut the pubtlo kosw how I wae loduced lo ftw puriue tbo life I bae, I write lines, which I tore you will publinh. Perhaps rom of Ibe inorw ibanUblt uiay pare a too baity judgment when Ihey pause to comldtr how much of oae'n life It Influenced acd directed by surrounding olrcumtlancei, and alae, 100, by luiute cbarMCtcrlatUs whleh youth andineipe ricoce can not batlet. I was born at Martin, Teun., Aug 23, IS 7.1, and my jtrtutt btlns vtrypor. bare had to wir bard all my life For the ptel two )trs I have been the main little support ofmyftther, mother, brotbert and a ntcr, nho were sick much of the time, and ibi I fouul lo be a harh oilly ho btcauo of tho hard lot, nud dltheully of a r nr girl, In rags, obtaining houoruble eiupl ymenl. My parenli inov ed to I1 I ik ah Jmiclion, ur.l Inl July fjtbrr and moiier were taken eiek. My brother took u.. uioiber to his house alt Vallcr. Kr., and tcy fuller tM taken to tht poor bouse ut old Tro, and I was left without tuelter witnoui a place to cveu cH home. Tho helplets 17 year old girl, nith-ou- t nest of a bomo1 fritully, wiin scarivTy no eduratlou, onlr uied'to comwon bard work, aod the linn J uf Rood pop!e seemingly against. Ihoi'jti 1 may not naee uie her, education to raU eopte know tbe fact. 1 eaw thai bojidid nothtveao hard a time nnd were sot looked upon in the tame light when atekuif or ilolnf rough work, and at I bad been accustomed to such work.nml to no other klj J, 1 thought that I could get toiplo)tuent more readily t by wearing bnyttlotbee, nml alav k01 ter Manes, nu'd' treated better. So I Obion, l'cnn , on Aug made the change at 23, ISSy, my lOlfa birlbday, aod assumed Jqi9 I found tbo C5.;u5 cf Chares ibe change agreeable nnd Mter for me, but boy or flrl, tlue was ait 111 a hard lot In order to pUy by part right, I did give atlautton t aoto young glrlt, and lor a lime went wiwi certain one 10 cDurcu linvoo among the every Sunday andTuoedaj nlfhta It wae cousidorublo on ipielr part, aud no dece all Innocent Hinull boats. The last laudslido lion on mine except to conceal ray est occurred on Tuesday of last week. I hope tbese young ladles will not cry should get out nn when ihey red Ihls, for I did, and do, Tho Governor the rivor to ae much at injunction against love tbem "d'.irlj "lien I wnft'Cbirlie Jonea." 1 was quite prevent it from carrying off KenA favorite with ihe glrle, for eome of Ibem tucky boil. Clinton Democrat, was the nicMt boy in the country,' said ami leiiproie tint helped tu feed my fasLouisviLLi; is rupldly recovercination for wearing "hoys ollbes" 1 worked for John Urown at Fulton, Ky., ing irom tho shocks nud disorders I hope tbe people incident to tho great storm, nud and had a lully line wilt not ihiuk loo hard of me, ami licit relief is being afforded all who the good may eympatbUe with me, for 1 am In eo mucb trouble t don't know need It. Host of nil. tho death list what la to come, and (God forgive me) I does not grow, anil it is believed don't feel that J Care much, for If out of that tho total numbor Is correctly Jail, ttb.U then7 given nt ninety. three. I was treated by the officers, and all the and have been treated all rest, very well, right tluce have been here In jail, Ilcipectfully youre, Tbe two rooms formerly occupied by AGNK3 RANKIN, Stephens & Tyler, furniture Dtulers, on alias Ciiablm E. Jonm. liberal terme. Apply to W. LMcCUTCHEN, C.C tf Is Jail, tbe j 1 to V.-- ter 1 lt, t epuce to name all arttclta, but ne trouble to slow goode. le too well Known lo oesd advertleing, ex Come and see, at the "corner of Troy oept to Ut ihe people know that 1 still and Moscow Avenue. East Ulckmr u, K7 hava hlra, and lhat he will make the presvalue of ent tcaaon, with the Jacki named below, Tho total aaeoased In Hickman for 1890 Is: White at my alablee. 3 miles wtitof Jordan, and property citiiens, $d70,OCO; colored cliiieni, $22, 6 miles north or Union City, at $10 00 to Money due when 702. total J92,"ti2. Thle le an increase Insure are ascer- Having boucht out U. M. Metbeny'a City on astfstmenta Tor 1S83 of property sf tained cr mares traded. Uakery ana Grocery, I will bo pleased whltea $36,587; of propeity or oolored to eee all bit old frleuda and 39,8C9. Total 3,8S2; total Increase GOUDO , , customer. white polti for 18 GO, 213; total colored Il a black Jack, 16) hands high (standard rVoHli Iliauiil9 Calcew," A;o.' polltfor lbUU, 135; tola! 373. White polls measure), and la 5 Abrayr ou Jluml I yeirt old. In ltJS9, 2Id; colored polls In 3839, 122; ftaT Delivery Bread Wagon will vials total Increase lu polls 33. Total populayou every day. BILL, FOICUIXF tion 2.2G9. inlS-t- f GEO. KOEBNER. . n Ia a mt Jack, 15 bandi Mgli, (standard meaaare), very long beavy body On Saturday night, after tho These Jaoka have both proven themselves fire, a aiuad of drunken men called at to be fine breed era. tbe house of Mr Tboa, MeDermot, who 4:4.Cw K. Y. McCONNELL. Uvea at the (lilraore place, on h Or end en roal, iiear the ceuielery, called htm out, and cammDcei curyinj and abusing hits, saying they bad come there to kill him, Situated Juit 1 tulle aoulb of Illekman, and at the tame time 6riug oil their pit to'a over ibe bouta aud in every direction. Ky.. coulalnlni 100 acres about 76 clearThey r.irrled this on lo euch an exteut ed email colUga bouae, 4 rooms aod ball, lb tt Mr MeDermot got hit, guu aod fired good cittern, eprlof . and an abandaoco of (Office over CowglU'a Drug Store,) Into the equid, or In the direction of tbem elock water. For terme apply to orad-dre- t. Q. W. r0WLU Thle rhot Hcattered tliem, but some of lleui 3.23-t- f HlekmaD, Ky. remalued around there and kept up the shooting pretty much all the night. In DANDIES! CIOAHS! Hie met nil me, MoUermoi carried hi f a lull j, they being greatly alarmed, over to CANDIES I OIOAIIS! rv Mr Tat Cuslck'ti. the eeitou, for better CANDIES! OIGxVItS! MeDermot recognhed the protection. tjuad ne colored men, but wtt unablo to perjnally Identify any of tbem. Tbe oii of thU procedure on toe part of Deilree lo call the attention of tee public Hit tM) loreJ meu na one can account for, to bit lario etock or fine Canditu and KoopH ilio quiet, Cigar, and ask nn inspection of his m McUermot Is a ANHortinunt puiceablc, honest, upright oiliien 1btr go Oil a aud prices before buying. If you sbould be tome way lo protect aucb want the beet call and aee him. and It devolves upon tbe proper Vllburn's old aland, Laclede block. to do It, aud to call In the uelp of as many clllieot na necessary. We ap. prebend thit it wae altogether tbe result DISSOLUTION NOTICE! I3ST of drunkenness, but It was none the leu an outrage. If euch contiguous natch --v rv 111-vi- if The partnership heretofore existing an borhoods would, by petition, become Incorporate! In the town, tbey could have dcr the style of MorrU A Ford, bat tali Cooda delivered to any part of thd City.' dy( by mutual content, been diwalved, belter police protection. 60I. ford retiring. AH amounti dac biM firm will be paid lo John W, Morrld, as Missisbippi ilver nt TnE alt the tndebtvduew uf taid bnn haa Uttii is cutting into tho Ken ..Jtuuied b him. Tii Crm name, from InnL-i-' nlmrn. It linn iinrlfct mmfttt Kile dale, will be John W. Morns & SonL iciranjuKYT umciut- oprUtort ( uukai inUKSiaV tha bluff nt that nlaeo, aiuUahrtH Cutxipttuyi jo- (, tho paat tvro reeks t litnea within fleapecifully, 1VE ME A TKlAt when you wan,; tracts of an aere, or mon , havo; JNO W. MOKUSS, VJf UlucVumltblns done, or repairs on SOL I OKU. fallen into tho stream, cueing Wagon, ic. I alho keep a full line of great commotion lu the water nnd Hickman, Ky., March 2Iib,liW0, 2w NO BAKERY MBAKERY"? CEIUtO m dark-brow- S. K. DAVIDSON I Farm for Sale. a: nr w - 1: mfx2 ISickiunn, IciitucKy Don't You Forget v it It! Wm. P. GEYER, Ma Wittlaa GROCERIES welt-know- cltl-seii- t, HIOKMAJTt oivk iiim: iui 0 . . Fresh Groceries. L'roeerv slock of K K Cae. will oonllnue buslneM at the oh! aland, and propoeee U tell at eood souds, ant a ua low prices as any. Will appreciate )dur trade Undortakor'3 Goods; The undersigned hivmg purchased the Common, Rottiwood, aud Solid Hlaclt Walwhich Can le fitte.. nut ofi'ma tind C-- c, "jual up on short notice, ant at reieonab price Gi'e me a call XtolT Shop in Wvit Hiclman. may 5.8H ( 1 nlj5 U DUYANT. S55 AOME HARROW. lUiebstuitldiig And get Kcpairmg dooe at T" jur O 3 2 , and genera. 1 FOll ItlTI Tho Acme is the host Unrrow in use, nud at prices as low as can (ftrrtr of Olnn and EuUn$i Strtet,) bo bought anywhere. ZY HICKMAN, HELM HKOS.Ag'ts; Good Work atltotlclotloru Vrlccs. My Hickman, Ky.' oe27'tf motto', , SurjIXlM. 1VOUK a tpecialty.itJ J. F. GBAY'S, , No Sensation; J01INF. UKAY. niar20 tf Thouudcrslgned, coram ticlog business In Hickman, only ak aahare of, trade, sijusre, straight busU proposing lodo nets, giving as far a- - possible value In each and eveiy IraQAtcllonj and dealing In no enttluut. A full supply of Family Groceries kept, tnd sold at ae low prices as any. Aim & ed tjicknian Ejarble Works, A'lV HICKMAN, juljfi D. BRYANT. B; C; RAMAGE,- Italian and MONUMKNTd, couxtky tkoduce; Vo will pay tho lilghcnt prico MrOnuntrv Produce. Also, .you American Marhlu TOMB AND OftAVB BTONES. fi.x.. rd botti$r; r o a1 jfi Vat ink wiiSsnmMlMmpSmmx&i JL ILHV L .v - j- vw r aaw a. jf rw . .vtttJ.-t;- . V2ttjjHpi1a H life. lh girl I loved so dearly. To b suro I svrn. And the box ikct ul ln by word of mouth that Btroet, distributing It contents all along nover intimated bow could I speak wort tho pavement and gutter. A lniy I cartd for her, but IIC ftlrpt In the wind was blowlnff at the time, ftml th0 when I loed her so intensely and know not that my love was la the least reMUJilf" waj it sent those blossom fljlnjr That followed s caution. Mil, dazod and apeeonlMS ciprocated." not possible day of paint unHut la it that yoa might Night foldrd the with tnrror at the acctdrnU aormed quirt City, able to make a moTf. and bofore he could Ito mistaken? Perhaps the flowers ycc mantled recover hla Roattcmd ene his friends never reached hor aald his sympa thetlo friend, in a vain endeavor to the outer had each grabbed a fl wer and ran. plain. After tho first fng'it waaoierhQlw comfort him.I made suro of that by going "Ah! but AboTo the shadgan to consider what was to Iwdono to owy mount extrlcato himself frvm tM predicato tho florist's afterward How can I ho enter Into the pleasure of thesoafon ment Thoro wa 01 stars rlnt sbenf . in could do, ho thought y ne thing to when my heart Is so heavy and sadr and that was siirll viSiJisHswJRw I'm obliged to you for your kindness tPr nd Hflflw - In the put a bold faco on the and sympithy, old follow, by really 1 darkened gsr- - nothing about It unless ' ' nd out d.n And Jack, in blissful ign ranco o! the cant A watch and a Thus ended the matter for tho pres fatoof hla present an I what its loss fAled atone. mean to him ont, and Charloy want home for tho would, In the days to. night. The Blht wind and hl adored, waited mth Impatience lrhttl In raMlnff lie was not so certain et Lydla's dis tho coming of Easter Its orTowful lonely r Sunday came at lau howotcr, with like for hla friend. Had he not noticed XAfM mists arose to herald warm southern breeros and a cloudless tho sad, listless expression thnt apThe daybreak cool ana gray. days when a peared at times upon her face despite akyj on of those bns couched 'mid the olive branches Foft young man's faucle- - a e aupposed U her endeavor to hldeit? Was be not AfclrdlBtertl more capable of rendering u fair Judgliglitly turn to thor' " loM 4inr ter younff one msUs Mend? Didn't Clolj against her breait That morning Jaik ido hU toilet ment limn hi love-nluwith particular care and w8 ready for he know a thing or two aUmt fltlrred In the early twlHffht leforo tlmo for such affairs, even If he had nctcr r church a full nutUrwU little way aoxTices, athintrof whi h ho was seldom been really In lov himself? Yc Where, e!os to Ihs rook hewn chamber, and so, thought lay Drocpetu a Illy sprsy guilty. Ho thought to ko it leisurely Charley and reach the church "onw to J ut awahe long after midnight thinking A diwn thro the Tine- wreathed imlttz. love is impatient, and a he approached and planning. Suddenly ho sat up In In the frmgrant early tloom. chiming bod with u jerk and his flst flow out and Two came a weary. ewMn& the church the bells Their dead In the rtiardd tomb. greeting camo down with n crack on liN htn forth their sweet, glad that but for his onthusiasm would havo to a saved world. Ihit the chamber closed at etcn I ha Itt" ho "Was empty at tores of day, Jack waa a modcM young man fond made him wlnco. and turning over ho wont Far from the pealed portal of seeing and not temg seen, and so away The etona was rolled in the back peacefully to alcep. settled himself in a Tho next fow days ho carried about part of the church. Tho edlflca was Anearf like a radiant precence. with an anel face. One atood most beautifully and uwsucauy aoco- - with him a certain air of mystery, and erer it llrtpr And when he mot his friend Jack a curious ....: .1 i nd ji.4 Miliar' MMkUi HlkfclT tUflllUtril' "" " " -' V..,-- m fi BJPJiJBjiftjbBjJMy I?turoA. Hut Jnok, i 11m U nftt feri Ife poor" dear, fluad fellowl was oblivious amAIaI In tiA Akr inHfiff fal to ovory thing excoptlng his own great ns said, In the Easter If eend, THE FIRST EASTER SONG. 1 THE COMMuXWEAll trgUUIUv 11. Rom THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE. Arn eflatttati a4a btttlt nrttiwith rooJ tit Ud fr ths frr, M ' k half-hou- Jt rw pkt 1 II' i - A biru son nuea me air. A pons of the tiny blrdllnff From the neat In bt olive tree, Aa If for the Christ arisen To Immortality. It felt on the weary pplrftii Like the touch of a prrfrt t calm. And the whole earth hushed and listened To the world's nrst Easter psalm. but a faooy, ejes with tesfs, Andexcr the aweet bird tnusl ninffeth scross the years. It tnust be ITut It CUa our E?en to endless aes. topepleyettobe, 6hU come the son of the MrfHn i From the nest on the lh e tree. Marlon Colburn, in outn t Cuii)pcs. k S& TtmLsrmPAf9S& .. tdU EASTER BLOSSOMS. V f y Tho Romance of Two Boxes of Flowers. (Written for This Paper C iaA aSOU will be sure to send them Saturday noon afterbo ) SSK5 J'.r.V$ J. - careful to have them packed so that they will keep fresh until tho next day?" fall, without and W8 "And hero's my card. which I should like to have you put in the box with tho flowers." "All right, sir." MM rltie foregoing conversation took place between Jack Storrs and Smith, tho gentloman, florist. The having tender regards for a certain young lady, had several days bofore Kaster determined upon a visit to the horticulturist's to mako suro of a cholco pick from the many fine blossoms on sale there. lie was exceedingly particular, aa most young men under similar clrcum stances are, and had ordered several doz en Jacqueminots, her favorite flower. He paid tho florist's fat bill without a and murmur and departed, happy In tlio thought of thsurprlseand delight with which his fair inamorata would receive this thoughtful compliment. Ho lived in another world, almost, for tho remainder of the week, being hardly able to wait until Sunday when he could call and tell her the old, old story that Is ever now. At the florist's Saturday all was bustle and confusion. Xotonly were thero numerous orders to All and deliver, enough to keep Hill, tho errand boy, busy all day, but tho store was continually thronged with a heterogeneous collection of humanity with a great of tastes waiting to secure their modest little parcels of nosegays. 'I hn order in which we are particular ly interested had been as carefully p.iokd us the great rush would allow and Hill was receiving Instructions as to its delivery, and was told to step lively, an another large box was awaiting delivery to 1U de&tlnstlcn at tho other end of town. He started at a lively gait, but as tho dlstanco lncreasod Lot ween him and the store his speed correspondingly decreased. However, ho was making good headway when bourn one sang out: "Hello, Hill! Rather hustlln1 ain't ou? Jlmminy, but yours Is no snap! What's you got in the Lot' hao a peep, won't yer? The guvnor Ml never know" (this with ably wink and cunning chuckle meant lor tho group of boy on the corner, and Indicating that he waa proiclent In all tho questionable arts of the street gamin), Hill, although acquainted with Dan, and, boyllke, admired his questionable accomplishments, knew his mother disliked him and was averso Jp his having ,anVvbing to tfJrjfti-i- U also knew his employ. vujeTwd emphatically to his loitering whensentonan errand and meul to keep on without stopping, when Dan saldi Can't you hole up a minnlt, or la yer first-name- d d box-posies? rLowrn gone. Next morning Jack mutt go to church. Charloy iroa'f hour to any thing else. rated and festooned with rare plants and The church was decorated much as It flowers. The pulpit platform was one waa lmt Kaster, tho congregation was great bank of blooming follago. It was much tho same, as was also tho service. a sight both relrMhlng and lovely and They are seated In ono of the back pows Jack could not help enjoying tho scene, and are glancing around when what though his thoughts wero far away. Ills actions U tho matter with Jack? The orgin pealed forth in response to are quite alarming; but don't bo apprethe animated touch of tho enthusiastic hensive, dear reader, for what be seos Is organist, the choir and congregation only a very pretty young lady with a rose to join their voices in ono glad happy smile on her faco and a lovely burst of hosannahs of pralso to God In bunch of roses nodding at her corsage. the highest whoso Son had died and to- Just such as he had sent hor the year day is risen, but still the uiio Jack mott before. Has the pat yir been all a not He had been terrlblo dream and is this that first wished to see casting furtlre glance tn tho direction Easter, tho day on which he had to bo so happy, or Is the present of the door, and as tho great concourse of people wu singing tho last lino of scene an optical delusion, the vision of the hymn he a rewarded by seeing a disordered brain? While all this and her enter. Hut was it possible? Could much moro was passing through Jack'c brain Charloy feat composedly back In he believe hisejes? Yes; they bad revealed only too faithhis seat apparently much engrol fully the true condition of affairs. The with tho speaker's remarks, and wbn confusion of tbouffhtathatcamo rushing tho congregation wa finally dismissed upon him made bis brain whirl round he detained hla friend in the vestibule and round, and ere ho could regain bis of the church on one pretext or anothor composure she bid parsed up tho aisle to until Lydla approached. To Jack's uther father's pew, never deigning a look ter amazement sho stopped forward, exhand frankly, or smile in bis direction, although ho tended hor neatly-glove- d was certain she had aceu him Invited him to call, gave him her The agony of that' long and, to his, sweetest smile and was gone boforo ho almost endless hour W ill ho ever for- could utter a word or mako a movo. get it? The air was stlfiln?, he could 'What does it mean, Charley; what hardly catch his breath. And how he shall I do? Am I awaka or is this all a bated himself and Lydia and etery body dream?" else. "Never more wldo awako In your life, Hut finally the lat hymn was sung, my dear boy," chuckled Charley, "and as prayer said, and b- - waa breath to what you're to do, I can only give tho last ing the fresh air once more As ho be this advice: Accept this gracious Invitacame more rational he began to suspect tion without dolay. And until I soe that pernaps, through bume possible you again, gwd-byo.- " oversight, tho florist had not tilled his Wo will not follow Jack as, with order. No sooner had he reached this light, quick steps that ho has been a conclusion than he started with haste stranger to this long while, ho goes to In that direction. tho home of his loved one. Wo will "Storrs? Storrs? Why, most as Icavo him In pcaco with hor and will suredly, sir. iiox of flowers to young not listen to tho explanations and Under lady in H. street, to be delivered Satur words that are spoken during this, tho day p, m. Wore they not recencd?" happiest moment of their liTca. "Well er I couidntsay positively. sees Charley be has next That is I mean she did not wear to When him at Jckown domicile, and ho soek bis them this rooming." said poor, confused Jack, blushing violently "Of course tboy were sent 1 remem ber now, tho boy started early in tho afternoon with them and when he re turned ho said ho bad delivered them ! all tight." I Not a word could Ja k say To hla mind there was but one version to the UIS FJUKMtS EACn OKAlinCD D IIAN. msgmv J Jift grief, and suspected nothing. It was Saturday afternoon, the day bofore Kaster, and we find Charley making his way rapidly across the street to the florist's, evidently trying to avoid detection. When he reappeared a goodslzcd box reposed under liU arm and a generous smile suflused hla always ploastng countenance. From his actions It would almost tteem. If one did not know honest, jolly Charloy Walters, that he was bent on somo ovil mission. Mo slipped around tho corner, whispered a few mysterious words Into tho ears of a youngster standing there, transferred the box ho was carrying to his willing hands, took c. silver pleco from his pocket, gave it to tho boy and was A FiUMKroiiT, March j( ' in ten linn. Hovsb. A Jotnl resolution providing for an adjournment alne die April ll waa la I ovrr Tho Hrnate Mil calling a CenatltutlnnM i ontsn-tlom reported to tho lloute thu i tornina and taken up at once. Mr Smith, ot Madison, tho chairman of tho Commutes, en I nstitu tlonalConeiitlou, wanted the Mil ttfc fd to that committee Mr. Cox urged lmtneu. ie notion, ami th Senate Mil wat eonourr'd in. The Committee on Itanka reported a bii to tai banks and other corporation of loan ant dm count tolreeitent ol the par value their tock, and aio their undivided earntnc t'n der the present law ten per rent f irplua funda are exempt. The Committee on i . art ot Appeals and Superior Court, reported a senate Mil continuing the lallrr court iu session four years from next September, wlien Us rpenl term expires. Thu court was created b rHie the court ot appeals temporarily, Uu mi be come a permanent nccesMty Tho i ' nas made a special order for Thursday m0tr mg at 1 1 o'clock, FnA(KronT March Oov emorsent in luo following appoliitmei is C. J. Norwood was ro appointed Kuta Inspector oHnlnta for u period of four years Hi J W of I.extnctou, was appoint lorn mtsilonerorthp Hasten lunatic AstI in, vice Thorns Mttrh-- It, declined i IVrter Captain Thompson hating rUigncd tho posltlou f Slate Librarian to become the Governors Imitate Secretary. Mrs. Mary II Day wm apc .ted for the unexpired term. William II. Grinib who has been Secretary to Ills Kxrcllency become Clerk ot tho Smtc Hoard Itallrosd Comu union ers. mils passed H II requiring not .e to be served on pruiwily owners beforo tU assess inetits are raised 'by Supervisors uh an amendment including the city of LoaiMiile. It. II nutfccrlxltig a chance of salonn from one Iccallon tn another under tbo t.m condl lloua that are precedent to the obtningnf an original license. j Houac The following Mils were iitrodueed: To prevent the evil ot having to MtiK waiter at hotels, etc . to prohibit tho adrertlslngef lutteriei aul prrscrlbtn Ano of from llto to $3,0CU; a Mil intended as a general corrective of theevtLand reaches a I.' persons who promote toltcptr 'rm the purchaser of a ticket to 1heopralor of the "wheelof fort'inei' forthe regulation of Statt ban Is, torrqu e druggists who rend liquor to pty a license ux of fl(io. changing the stat3arl of stone from sev o ightr pound per bushel, enty'f to promote higher r Juration by p Tiding that no Institution of learning in the St e shall con fer the degree of U orlt A unlf the course of study It requires snail be equal t that of one or more of the Are most ruputaM colleges of the State. The Committee on I Mle Health repor ed the Senate Mil extcmlin he JurisdicU incorpor-ntet- l tion vt the fuv pharmacy !a tho town Tho bill to further duties ami powers of tho Stale nspector of Mines parsed with an amendment, ejecting the ) toU.1-proposed increase In from I per annum KHAKKroKT, March W Sxatx A Mil was Introduced empowering Investigating commit extent of Uii wtth Jsaic'a! fsnetier? ! summoning wnm ws ana ex a ram m g mem wun reference to matter under Inquirr Failure to appear or to a swer questions s eftned as a misdemeanor a J an Indictable rnse. A bill was passed r Juctng the fets k' county assessor tu thre-foatlof a cm upoo every tiooofpropert llstrd sbete U0"0 JOU, HODBt Th" resolution to adj irn April 1L was callrd uj- and table-Hit s pussM To tax ban s for all purposes in Hcu f the aevrnty five cwil which they now pay 'o the State Treasury to prohibit the sale of uttery ticket in tho Sta'e, the adtertlslngot iter and the sale of paints, cto, containing h advertisements; creating a common pleai court for six t ilal District, counties In the Nineteenth J Morgan taklnxln llrealhltt, Kst'U. Lee, and Knott The Mil creating a nard of Commissioners for State lastltutioi - was made a speclsl Ofter for to morrow week FftAMcroirr March?; -- SKSArr The blllin corporating the Louisville am Danville rail road was parsed. The Thome ' 'cco Mil was from committee ami de special or der for next Wednesday A MM increase the time that sheriffs mar hate for dectlng taxes and fee bills got Into difficulty an was dropped Into the orders of the day A I ill to require each county to pay the expense f cont eying Its pauper lunatics to asylums s pending on a Uvw.blo iitrt&; Ctn:: " on General &!atcs w(n tQA snaift ay ned. lloi-s- e Hill parsed. Isui e of f?20tC0Q bone's fur purpose of rrconstru tmg street In Newport, to be submitted toa vr'eof the peoples S U. eiiendinr the Super or Court for anure to lakor or other term of four year, to ganixatlons the beneflts or lab la. Uade-marketc. A Mil to attach a labor deprtineat to the Ilureaa ot Agriculture and Horticulture wa made a special order for next Wednesday. It 13,70) appropriate In KiiANKroirr. March fit Satx.-1U1- 1s , To appropriate and set aside troduced (Od a a fund for the relief of the suVrer In the The night of March t ' Jv' cyclone on the commlttrc were ialleit and nearlr a hundred Jllls were reported and passed They were nearly all local, and what general nm can hv The found among them are unlrrpM - ain House the t!l!l for a r't straiton of Covingtoc ami for a roters In the city of change of the voting system to that m vogue In the city of Louisville, known as the Wallace Election Law The Senate refef i to recede from Its action in amending lie Hi, to submit thm to a rote ef ih people tefore letting tho law s become operative To ti peal all gen HOUSE HUls Introduced eral, special and private acts exentisg water lroredlt. pwi crre ic .tf?kiSl JS nation at the terrible rut ho accepted it the true one, Tho weary weeks and months dragged themselves out, and Jack was seldom teen at tho numerous gatherings and socials. Lydia was nearly always thero, however, and entered into the gayetles with a spirit that unsuccessfully tried to bo whole affair, and in bis angp r and indig- Id Ry nVSaL . "! rS tiAT7fillU ll 1l! iXTi! jbssmmi m WMW lirSM ssasWllaBVii'f jV m4'H M I 1 ' t Kaayvuio brnrs nnunturv. x suutlng us posits of tho money of the Mate Making It a felon for any person to kit), malm, poison or attempt to poison any horse, cow mule, jack. to proJennet, sheep, goat or hog not his w hibit the chasing ot deer with dog n Tdmund son County As soon aa mettoi 4 and resolu tions wcr in order. Mr Smith, of .ravM took e Ihe floor with a resolution Mr th ' let of s autftfrs It directs I ho M tor to draw the sum ui liw,fC5 f,T fihtorm f'posd to Mr Cos, of Warren. Vtctima amend the resolution by provldu K that a com CI mttteo of nva ttt nNiuicUL U the House, wlioo duty it shh tv to go to train, aseeruia spproi on th Iulsvllic Imately the amount ot dRlltut n and what should brt floneontba part of Ihe taie. and report to tm Iiuuo tomorrow ruomla; fer further acuon. Adopted thrl'f nit f iri of Its I'allacles Pointed nut by ft Vn Iiln For !hir honors nt mntUriir ch fhlnlng pn ot rr 0slBiesrtMBt,aihsiasiirrrerr, thm Alagailne tvrlter ih wrM Th prts ef rmdl kan . We nocd not (ro to the lonffth of the fm parts UCalau.frami'alais i "uteri fills in as bat wh KnigbsfalntjsirtTlsnrsff ould (who fanatics of phonollclsm spoil wife yf kuoo ru, and rlto eyt In WhonillApdenresvM with thatlmgg tho aamo mannor as tho jwrsonal pro- Ing down" feeling, consequent upon oak r noun ) to duilro n cbango in tho spoil ness, suffering from hendnche, weak tne 111 common to lamebnck, in? of many Knffllsli words which aro a wiMker cx,mm Uio many Uko Dr. iMoreo'a rresiriptt ' atuniMInf? block to foreigners as woll as which Is iruarantrtd to o saUsfacti n er to natives. Tho Instances of p!oui;h," prieo (tl Ot)) returned, boo printed guaran "onoiigh," "borough, loo on "Ihougfa couffh," Moufrli,' "ought,' In blch Dr. riereo'iinivilets gentlr laxathe er so on words tho letters ought to havo actlvel itharUoai)nllngtoaoao. iSecnU. Mtunda, aro moro than seven ditteront A mah seldom realizes what stiniclent to provo that a reformation In ashes" means until ho has to ''ashes m slit spelling Is highly desirable, and that when tho wind la blowing great giuv pleugh.ought to be wrltted and prlnt-ch- I Elmlra bUr. fAru, ploxe; through, or trroo; llnw This I borough, fiiuuh, rrMt or hurra; We offer On Hundred Dollar Reward frtr dough, the; ought, uuAor anycusoof Catarrh that rati not Iks cund cough, ort with tho rquiescont In llko man by taklnir Hall's Catarrh Curt. F J CitENET f: Co l'ropa., Tololo, O ner tho scrb "todoMought to bo written We, tho undersigned, havo known Y J lodu" ought not tobo written todoo," Cheney for tholastllfteoncars,nndltelie' and the patt tonso of "to read" ought him l'rfo'Uy honorable Iu nil tm'inc ablotoenrt not to bo apolled in exactly tho samo transactions, and llnuuciully their linn. nut an v obligation tiuulo by manner as tho present tense of thu aamn West ATruax. Wholesale DmgKltta.Toled I r..'J) WaMlnKi Klnnan ct Virviii, Wholes verb; but 1 did read (prvnuutivi-Hrucgists, Toledo, Ohio should bo written phonetlcnlly and I Hulr Catarrh Is Uken internal did Mf (pronounced 1 tttt or I nU) should artlngdlrevUy on Cureblood and mucOu. tho ajsino rule Why tho double follow tho of tho sstem Testimonials fn-f should necosHArlly bo employed In tbo i'rice, 75c ier bottle. told by all Druggists wonli spoil, well, Udl, miu1I, ftdl and Tiie man ehostrearseffts rlftomv for s many others, while one is considered while, but It is not long IWoro bo begins to Mitllrlont in robol, propel, excel, repel, suillo aala. Doston Courier. expel, etc., Is not apparent to ordinary lltsastroiis Trtllur! intelllgonco, or explleable by any philoWo can mention no failure mere disss logical and etymological reasons. It In that of physical ASKING. Why Kngllsh writers, talkers and trous than partial susMnsionenerRV digest vp'vc tho ef the m He slnle fivnt mr bud let a ro printer should persist In ignoring tho Ive and assimilative processes, and euUil was Its ol r th while i My past tenses of so many orb in dally use thu retirement from businoeisof the liver lhit. mix the sir rotrurl ll well knows. Only through tho good onVes passes comprehension, so nettdle HKtsqi q and and kldnoi s. Stomach Hitters run tho n- I IxsiukctllU I must hate said no." lis ef Hostettcrs so anamaious is the laxy and incorrociAtorallon of its former vigorous status to ' Habit into wnien eome gwd wrltora arrbv has bcm Sfv W lw " activity In vell ns somo of tho vulgar havo permit- a reaumntlon of muv lo relied the atmnaon, upon ihe I was ted themselves to fall. "I tut him to do Urernnd bowels malaria and kidney trou AHmetl Its crtmayti. Hitters conquers a sonunnic aiki sirrnxtnins; r.trvtrv. wallhy Hut now, niw u mei It notr Is correct, but "I hut hira to do It L4a. day. I bare thena "Favonus 11iw.f Iptlon" Is uitAiiualed and a "11 si fctUftlayS' In which the present tonne Is con Tua revolver and th bank rahtr k imrz ns1 lowii tvilns, this worn ' U lnvsduflbl In albiylns and subduing nrv used Instead of badty in the past, is an alike, ther nover go off unless they ar otts exntjibthtr, nlmuillon, prostration. slant wa iHs, uvl fel all tins time indefenslblo corruption. Among tho loaded. Waihlnctou Mar. bverw. iouns antl other distreuinjr, nervnnl wrrv Ft all irh suirrfen, Jr iVrrws raver ous symptoms, eommoidy atteiwUnt upon which havo been deprived of their erbs UHmtlntaUe function! and crxanic 11mw It Induce llalf.Ratt Kirurslnna via Itr lrwr' two" ts a asniTi past tenses and their preterites may bo rwfnwltinr sJri ih1 ivllvt mvnUl on livalue tha t abash. to let, to spread, y aiv--t spocltlcd to bet, to beat, tirafcrttdrm lninrta As en inMevrtli tmrf ItFor rC" ft v Ikvk vt 100 tve-- 4 on Woman and On April and May 30 tho Wabash lUil A lb wbol svstwn to shed, to cut, to put and to shut There road will tickets at ono faro fur the strrofth towtrfiuut." kblMlitntol ttwhers. ,,,L..r iwiw " sent to any oiMrtwa. in plain. aro no grammatical or any other reasons round trip to points In Kansas, Nebraska, ' stKip- - nwlol euvehpo, on rtcclpt of Uu renU, la iihIIm.. r drrwiitakctrs, sftttiMtrrMMr why thoj should not havo buon among Indian Territory, Texas, ew Mexico, iMiusekfVMvrB. nurmnjt motlwrs aiM ilAiiiti k r!s Wjomtn:. Utah, Idaho, Montana, AMrrs, WnitUft'rt DtstKNSAnr MimcaL tho verbs which havo Intirctiuii in othor North and Houth Dakota, Northwratcrn men fwwrallr Dr 1'ient 1Vvor- Amk.ution, ?fa. CCS Main ritrcct, Uuffaio, languages, but nover had in Hngllsh, Iowa ami Minnesota. Tickets vr'U to gttoil ite I rewriffithm is tne Rrretrt mittdy lon. W Y conbal unenualeil a an pOMn Uiw. though Cioy ought to havo had If Intel returuingthtrt ( Mi da from date of sala or purtteutaM ligont grammarians had bad the or I g gentofthbW apid tn the nrurHt tl krt conneoUng railrouis. Inat ordering of the language. "Can" and "must havo not oven tho Infinite Iit'T It rather rrmarkable that qhe "to can1 and "to must" "Can has a oldest iohabitont" Is ucTCr m womaal past tense ("could") but no future, WashiDCton 8tar, VUIIUUY VVMlZTAlthV! kS 1x407 which can only Ui rendered by tho paraCon a nipt on urly Cnrtd. will ho "I shalj l able," or phrase VRRFRWImY UAltMMlSB! To Titc Kmron : I'lense In form our re-S-5 "Must has neither a ers that I have a poMlire ressteity for itu in my power. c lkv dlsense. I Uj Its Utnelr use above do It ' past nor future' Unequaled ns a LIVER PILL. of howl4s has to l put In tho past tense by the thousands curoL 1 shall bo have been p, r O r f In tn was obliged to manently mv retmly rnra ladamyoend tvri rounda1otit locution, "I Smallest, cheapest, flat lest to Uthe. bottler of of 3, ur do It," or "It was neewsary that I rc4l Tft uho bare consumption If they v in me tiw4- - express asnl post-eltI I.'M a Com fVV Itia.tachs llUlous llradvh tlm td should do It, while the future of tho snd trine n o llespei'Uully, T A. Huvtrn, M ium! rdl dfruigiitenta of Um Htocnocb fi. 1 d us A"i-I v it vi verbtiwW, which is the corresponding dre pffari sUfct, 'ew Verk hi j cuU n vul, by druf:i;UtjL. K. J DvTi J. case in tho moro precise language of tin . , A DEstvaKiTean centra lir auml a lai French, Is UfauU being tiamUra In the rym l U ( MALMI ven If lw rant future, is in Kngltsh only to bo express- hamton Uepubikan.support hUnsit. Dimr ed by a paraphrase, expressive both of compulsion and obligation In futurity. Sir .VWi Vee, will bo soHtby Cragtn At Co , rhiloda. 11a, xn any enosn ine u. n. ur Nineteenth Century ttkl, Uen receipt of ivbbtni Klstrlc Homp wrappers. rVeUst ORAM JTTNCTIO.V, COLO. vt uov:s on csrcnlara around esch Uvr Foon to 11 a Converjlnx Center of f.cvrat m CnavKTS are ldm tinieckM hu. Itsllmads Itaphll AlTToaeblnr Here Tlsry have too nsHcn esiwrl f Wad plrtIon-4mrl(- rs to He at with roWrU, HarlleirteB Frew IVom. hplcndUl Markets Thus Ilud foe th I'rodurts of tlr I'jtraor Yor hardly nsallarthat It la tedlcJnr.wbn itinarllf Kerllt Soil of This lrallly. UkincCUrtrr 1 !ftk I.ts-eHit, ih are (J kind Colo , March 30 rffccU; all trouUra trv smalt, do Ki. Ornoe Jtor KAHvm lo my pre- from torpkt liver ae reUevnl by their usv vious letters I have wrlttmonlj of the fruit and vegetable resources of the O rami ValSome men are born irrat. aetne ar. I w ah now to rail attention to some ley otner resource of this favored locahty Im- rreatnA, and some are UnlUi Pub Star, surrounding the vallet are Ue mediately famous Hook Cliff MouuUIns , through thr.e For Throat Diseases, Cmhs, Cokls. et cliffs, for miles, large col aucasurcs crop out at the surface. The coal Is varied in effectual relief is found la Use m kind and quality, including large veins of a nrwH ll'tvuil TVwK" Frsee ts tl Uno bituminous variety suitable for domes Lie and steam purposes, and also a Unequal-Itvo- f aay ronkinr cool, and In Quantities that Tnsst are ana men whe contract dctis ' ll..!).. I.T..k...alkla II.aIi v me uteu &n West to aelUa- arw nu.'uiiuij' jna.uuwui". nv rt t.M. HiOffhamUiB Leader. ImmjuUlns conUlnlnir coal, tho Precious boarfng mountains bcftn, in which mineral the famous mlnlnecamps ef ladvllle, As-- t rx s asaxt. "hnlwsrte, Hredf, for roughs la Hale s llonrv r lloressoasstl aa4 Tar pn, Ouray. and adoinothrmlnlngcamps are suuauxi. au oi uirto nn irioHwrjr u Flke s Toothache Drops Care In oue mauto, simple praviUtlnij power to tne tewn of Grand Junction, which will on tho comple Tiriai are no pood liars, thonfti s rr uOCD3 tion of the railroads now Duiming, mane thern are vary skillful and talented N PaOTiio thi ono 0? tho rrrat saelting centers of the Hcao uno. UHIJULL fZSBK8&tttS UMU I UO ttlti VeU If is iWntf. A ro KrTmlrrnr frr to smokers of Tan JST 1'TW Now with rrcard to Railroad Facilities, Wursean nHW"n(h' K. ii.ii ,lil,li larlt Ii (rai t i i inch tho trninuscf silJ a I u l, Grand Junction la icar tho ixmver & fllo Grande narrow piagci ,t I 4 r d Wr lM la ft ftriifc Ii It' r 'PITin " ill f Uj . TBI st from Denver westward, and tbo terminus m rt nwm l a frrattll mH r M i Ida IM tm ivB s ef tho Hlo Grnnd Western from Halt lske prouuutuU a attiirtt a i tmitm' it, fc iif l i an 14 U lur lnMl n tH tttl Citv eastward, and also of the Uttln Hook n ' Sf. wl U IMtbn t Tat plant h tft)h i 9 i Cliff lull road The Denver ; Hlo Grande nm wtltUttl Maifof' it r)N Urui latt jrmt It grows sn'f if 1 t M n '? tr'm and the Colorado Midland are now building rNif isvsiS Mwl.aa4thl is h r ft4tr4 $lHssrsi. a broad gauge road down tho volley of tho ' sraarra4hlf4) t rtlt rwth. w m u.M'Uhiuf I mli lOrli. (Irando to meet at Grand Junction the e Ul a fa ss M"r N tra r. trj broad gauge road now buimiutf fr;s Halt t.isnt KfMtlP M.d by fUorrs vsvrywhrrA " mwwnmm 3 tm Iaike eastward. Allot these broad ffaupe "'mnA t Mtia, f I II 1wr!t .t i. W.BAKER & CO Dorchester. Mom. roads are to bo completed by next J "D, thn I I iwr V I IM.I I wllti I t itHlht.lt ( 4 . pradniff being now praoUrally completed II I MH.I. At It niHl M1 liMIUil! Thee thus and track lavlnff oommencvd IllMf mHft, M !.! wr i?to an outlet in every direction for tKU CURES PERMANENTLY will biaupar ait( lair y u n rtr fff season a crops, and In a short time several O. l4Mi ' U HIT rVirn. 1 Miftfc. r other trunk Jines will be built nre, luuy a PAY9THErRCICHT: dozen other havlnjr already mado surveys A"""J0H!l LEWIS CHILOS. lUUirULLT. !! Cripple. In or now making them with a view of either ih ute. si4f lMrirt, mm waist taisrsriatt Atm. luw Ju v lfau innlnntin(r -- t this rJnt or Dassinrf a lajor RCO, t U iiir vcj Isrpe rrutrbes, mh '"in iuiikciii ,VM ileprcscntatlvcs of two tbrouff . i rfrra i. i Mas turvl ( Js ,t vAfjj.l Ktrr'S hfre within HmeltiDir synd'icatrs have b IT ibe 11, " ' tne ps f 'JONLS OF blNUIIAhUON, with eiv,tho m vitiw cf iccuriss ibeuinaiUoi Initt-- U wis now airu'S r lie uui cnaanvui. T III.NnilAMTO.fi K. V. suitable sites fo'r dsy erection of Kmeltcrs. CtiHOOu U ll More anon W. W. F. NrtiiwriMmvMfc AT hw irn amo I'stirtm 1 THE CHARLES A VOCELCR CO Biltlwsrs I VI "Mist your wife with a smile on yum sascfi&T-lie Her wait unlips,1 says an eichsugo. -- til the odor of the "smile" has abated PfT somowbat, though. Texas Biftingt ra rly a Kp ISti w. rll vll or bottlo-wrappe- mi, , fiu-o- s ilM-s- mMW ..,,, LiyVMr1 8 ilAJ?Jl&&&2&- -' Ilm-Seke- rs , ilr fi.i. 1 j mvXft W 'it nml oss TSfffeaW - escs asa . Dr. Pierce's Pellets O 1 euex? U' k I'll - a l'rrtrl (ni! rr Jc-Tt- l0 bl beaators.-Vashlact- en .. .ii niumc y i' it ) - hiihi ( i tarr- tn 'f.h. ti wfl&BrBHSl jHfijtr vr n m No Chemicals i t4 CTJAco,BSff isht4 X, S !, ... tl m plntiii V 1 !.. III 4'" f SV i (rordraitatihit RTIElDrATIS.M:. C atu-.iiui- i 4?$ VO 8 8 ML TO I lisvMl j JONES in: er, .tin 1 tti . jitr. ttnfr e3 nuf light and happy rHy d gettln' so yer can't talk to yer old frcn'a what used to bo good enough to anaocerato with? 1'so got vomuthln to show yez what '11 mako them eye o yourn water with enwlous noart. Hut yercau'ee it till wo all has one Kep at tho flowers. What l'so irot U a real watih what goes, and If you'll jiMt open the box a speck yez ca"n take u in yer iiatui." high-tone- ingly. nun Ah! bharp youngster. He knew If he could arouhe Hill's curiosity tho deed wart uono. 'Well, I wUh I dared, but tho boss wouldn't llko it," said Hill, hesitat A Mhout of derision pt Angara, guarding his chargo with jeal-o- n ImmU from the willing aid that was Mien!, it as a largo box, and in trying to k.'cp tho boys from crushing it in their oagernosH ho found it difllcult to remoui the coer Finally this was ao ciimplUhcd, however, and then all want-in- I to occupy tho best position to see. It commenced with a goutlo crowding, and wu followed by one of the boys on the oufredgopiving a little push and the mat fulloiv giving a Mill harder push, until, bclzed with a sudden and tnUchiowms Impulse, two or three of the boys gave a tromendous shove t thoi nnding next to Hill, who in' j'.iin pud tu pred u tt'dkuui ii)j Lty could 4(2 4unQ th n-- ham, with a sneer: "bo. Miflie, you's afraid, be you? Tho wuvnur U neer suspect notbln Come uii, ucrurt u wen quint pi ace wnere we a can all have, a show." Ho hesitated and was lost. He r fe rn over! tno wrappings with trembling greeted this, and lit Thoro was an ache In her heart and many a tear fell in the privacy of her own room, whero of late she spent a large share of her time. Papa and mamma notlcod that some Sim EXTENDED IIKB JVEATLY GLOVKD thing ailed their darling girl, and, not HAND. being able to ?n n letter reason for d ruth, white face and df llcate appetite, con goes at him with a her cluded tho needed a change of air preceded and followed and interspersed and scenery. This IydU denlud most by the discharge of a wholo artillery of stoutly, and proUUd that sho was In happy laughter, "Confessl yoa rascal! you scheming, perfect health. Sao knew but too well back the sunshine to Jolly mrddler. Who sent thoso flowers her might eyes and lovuly face. Sho andrVufBy card with beat wlahea wrib knew, but said not a word to anybody. ten on It Into the box? Who laid the Iiutltwasso hard. Sho could nut un-- 1 neatest, nicest, happiest, InekieHs plul dorstand why Jack acted as ho did and in the world and carried It out to tue never came noar her any more. What satisfaction ot all parties ooncorned? had she done that he should avoid her Oht I'va found you out, and now you'll so? If she could but solvo tho mystery, have to congratulate me, old boy, and assign some motive for Jack's conductl promise you'll be boat man at tha As time woro on they driftod farther wedding, which Lydla, dear llttlo gin, and farther apart, until the broach be- has consented to attend wlfci me in the Willis a Ensoy. came so wide that seemingly nothing near future. could bridge it and restoro the lovers to THE EASTER MESSAGE. each other again. Jack's bosom friend, Charley Walters, Ones moro the prom Us of the sprier. knew there was 'something wrong, but The quickening and awakening for the life of bira ho could not fathom Of sap and shoot, And tender root, the mystery. Ho was too considorato of Ones more the miracle of birth his friend's feelings to dwell ou c Aloog the length and bresdtk of eartb so ovidontly painful to him, and Once more the breath but for a few llttlo slips Jack had unOf Ufa for death. knew practically Released again from winter's doom consciously made ho Of frozen days, from Lenten gloom. nothing about tho affair. We seem to stand Hummer and autumn had come and In some new land, gone, winter was fast goiug, and aa And fresh tho brcezs tbat blows abroad spring approached Charley wt no nearTbst brings the message of our Lord, Tho Heavenly breath er a solution of hia friend's depression Of life for death. than he had been months before. They Obi spirit folded In thy sleep, wero speaking of tho early spring that Oh I soul long burled fathoms deep waa promising, and Charley said: Iloneathtbeold Material mold, "Well, the Lonton season U nearly Fling off the load that, year by year, forllfo. completed, and with the revival of soHas vailed tby sight and dullod thine ear: A FAiAi. nocldont CNeurrcd at Henderciety's gayetles I want you, my friend, And as the Isrk son, recently, at the of Dr. also to throw off this melancholy apirit Doth, soaring, hark Dixon, on tho river froie, tho bank To Heavenly sounds, so hearken thou and be cheerful again as you used to To that low voles that calletb now The Doctor aril boeral others be." Across tha dark, HU friend sat silent for a moment as wero wbrklnj? ujmui It when thn hank Oh I wake and bark. if mentally debating some question, let go, carrying ono of tiU nion with it, The night goes fasti Oh, wake ana pray, thu other making a narrow escape. and then repllod: For 'tis tho dawn of Kaster Pay, When Heaven doth lift The hurled man wah in out at once, "I never told you, Charley, why I have Above the drift f h namo Is unchanged bo within tho past yoar. I hayo but life waa txtlmt Of self and sense whsn buddlog ssrtb known. hesitated so long bocauso the subject la Itenews the parable of ttrth; a most painful ono to mo. I tell you A luiiuirir wind rimI rain wtorm preWhsa Christ doth wake now tbtyou may understand and not With us to break vail oil at I'aiU. tlin uii ftf morning doThe bond of sense, which Is our pall, Insist that 1 go with you Into society." ing rt'at dtiinaK" to U nuiiitf uiid forest Doth wake and wait white He doth call He told tho entiro story faithfully trefe. " Ob, bcro and now nit i inl up with: "It was a tvrrlblo lifklly kkkvj j riHMs. I .m AwaksatkouT tfea blow to cuu to be ttfaled tbi Vwa resry, U YsutV CU44C & hot he noar vwsaillfs. geod-natnrcbtorc-keep- kiwourif ub-jo- ct (iiiAM) IIivkii is located about eight con miles south of r,iducah,.tnd midway lH)twccn tho Cumberland and 'IVnnossoo rivers. It is a small plaie, tho of a company organ ned to do vclopo tbf iron Industry. The principal ofllco waa completely destroyed, tho hotel partially no, and ( ght houses blown down and compfoirit dt4trood by the tornado. Mr. UlcbaM Hock, Abo Murray and a llttlo boy were killed nj seventeen others eriously injured. Tl H. lUrox, Krcd K. Jouit and John II. YVfcch havo Imjii appo ntcd In the Seventh Kentucky Internal lUivonun DUtrlct. Thk now iron bridge Jut constructed over tho Cumberland by tho Newport and MlsiiUspl'1 Valley Railroad fsevt Company near Kuttawa, Uyon County, was wrenched from tho fern by a storm and thrown Into tho river At Kddyville thu storm struck a negro vtttlomont, and killed two persons and vounded nine teen other. Tjik l'roaldont sent to ho Scnato tho j following nominations V postmastors: James M. SalTell, Frankfort; Chas. A. Johnson, Lebanon. Ukviikn llAitiilH, res 'ing north fist of Danville, suicided lL other nipht by cutting bis throat. Iff had been ill with tho Influenza Thk city council of Wris, has accopt-otho proiKsltlon of olcr V I 'ark or, ot Houon, to build wzU- - works for tho city, buhjeut to tho act n of thu voters on tho 10th of April. They aro to bo built on tho rental plan tho city paying 52,5uo per year foreljrbtv plug John Wuuoh, with an axe, killed his aged mother, his sifn and several children and then hunjrtumself, at Danville. Jim Coomii and Ji'M Harnott, who ambushed, shot andkilhd John A. Hose, a prominent fuimer of Puwoll County, hawi beoii hentenced to 'he penitentiary j I d t head-quarte- rs A rivailojc 8nss Of health and strenpth rrnewd and of ease and comfort follows tho uso of tiyrup ,of Fits, as It acts In harmony with nature to effectually clcano tho system when rnttivA or bilious. I'or salo tn Wo and $1.00 bottles by all leading druggists. La Grippe has Left tbo System badly dobilltatod In million CUBE rm' i . U FITS! fl 4y- g- I r rr -. of ensos. Tna fashionable woman In the fortlta la not ffencrallr umbltfous to dfscovcr a new wrinkle. IJinghamlon Leader. To nioi utk Uo tjmach,ll7Crsnd fccrre!;, and iiiomote dircsUon, tal one of Carter's Toko I i Llttlo Liver Fills ccry uKhL Try them. Ayer'sSarsapariiia W. and restoro Tono and Strongth. It nevor (!! I I Dkaji men tell no tales, but the ones wbv write their obituaries often do Kim Irn bUr. IJkokc inns Is rural bv frequent small doses of FJso's Curo for Consumption. A ptst. - HtQSHOEAPoSSL .VntMMlirAlTPrUilti'lHUIp .iidiuiixiiiuiBB urifi if m'M nmnni Shim MJllvri)nlh( Iff. rdn 11 M mRv mv vsr ft "3 L. i" obSfSg 4"'WJi, f.m? wvr A&Xik. Wiii 7i. &w.:J3 - ' " :s?H-- I t. o . 1 f . (F1TPKII r ,! I am It 1 1S AfT?jadrlSSaarTirllaw DOUGLAS i WEST i CfcX mSS NOTICC tra lrl (!,rrllI tt ft4 w th rl Vi'r ti J) t Ultons. Qrir" .s SHADEROLttW V VA jr tn tuy 1 Lr77LTHCGers-uiN- mTARTSHORH m ( 1 Propared by -- vraxxs rulj ran ittrfiM; nrt .....eHKIK I , Gomoit ought to Yeaowlns'siCews, i bo n cood strata- - Dr. J, C. Aver & Co fsL Mass. ) . nCTURUA1 PIIRFn w ww'""r .Mr. krrkll other Uwiii.i mttt k$tlTL s.wi'i rurt.tri mir il W"' ('Uf,ll " H S'-r- ? a fM fall. m .LowQll, THE MARKETS. ClHaNNATT, April 1. MVr.&TOCK-Csttle-Cotamonll Choice butcbers IIOOH Common Oood packers BHKKP-Oooutorlio- lt,,. 9 400 . . U aiGO 3 no r. u 6a 14 1 4 4 & ai ui an LAMUrt flood lo cnolcfl. FLOUIl-PatnQKAIN-7beat-- 6 'A 74 llr No. ........ No. S red Corn No. mlied Outs Na i mlied Hy-No. rod . M, a tin 6M21 U n M 73 W Z1 W5m saD ?MrL W&M $nk HMirir j ,,b, 0"o U Vss rtrrirnoinrn" "UlUL't i t.T slis rs SiS Si 'm),MUI : :;'";"" hjP v . . -; - . . v.n(J,. Iteof Vaselmo tW ot .wuno yoahsr oecssloti wonif rrtn i' -- crept t'rc.un n Cu. To enre-- Illlloasnsts t k Ileadaeh Coml pstion. !5 Malaria. JJier Coioplainu, 1st the If ,tm'lM HAY Prime to cbofce 10IIACCO Medium leaf (Mod leaf rUOVIKIONH-rork-MLord-t'rlmess 8 ... .. dairy Prime choice creamery Al'I'LRH prime, per bbl UU'rTKK-Cbol- o ce 10 strain.... buih POrATOKS-P- er FI.OUH-Stato GHAIN-Wbcs- t-o. .... 11 CO 10 eo 13 10 60 . mi 10 . Vi it U il a 614 V 7 UIS Tl (MO 7ft (M(A (A 14 SW 40 ii 4ft U Ti 4 ) 45 PethHMALIfll7EI40 lllll Uini to lbs e J tlo Tb7 ; tha woit wnrolot islt JI J'rksof althet sUe, '3 cenU per belli. rtsTiorfl 7 17,70 IVIOOIIMC inelsliQorilil itiotc t9t plcU Cou Uoppsrs or stamps). J V 8MITII ACO Mafcers of ' Kilo Besn. Hi. lipsls. Ma ""MADE BILE BEANS WATER and esrutn lamedf up by us in WI suhrsusum. m without lne and will the rr.aU ion Heal VsseflB I'j. ie " A fcT,,HID" '" ... (l0 -: fc In an fits Pi IB rsMrs'iTRw'ra "ml: t ,,; , ., - put : ish. if II 1 VCIlTCf I init rsrs CAVIAT3, TRADIMAMti A. nftl Is.iihlW ErY "0 onnj" r J '' rMAMS raiLLB a t CO.. n mrchlsll I. WSSMISfllOf, U aim 'V "(lll,lV(l ! Rlt, IkiUi of rflos flUf H. Y. w Chescbrough Mfg.Co., 24 Stalest.. j- !. Hallltlflluil, CLAIMS. BuooMSfullfPHOBIOOTIB i"i s is0j J tnnrcUiiop Hysiaf EWOIUW" siMSTstsririaT I. a - 7 HA . villTA tN N I Inrvnt pnmlhlnr and rossa JSSJ FORTUNE! ahJ!X !. , . No. S redv Corn No Jmlied, new 17 tt tSJ4 Oats Mlied .....m. ...- -. . 2W UU POItK-N- ew mess .1176 LAKU Western steam DIM CHICAOO. KLOUIt Wisconsin wintrr .. 4 01 4 30 OltAlN-Whoat-No. 3 rod. , 7NV TBf No S CMc s o spring 7U Cornr-N- o. 3 (ft ifiU Oats-K- o. 3 POItlC-Me- ss. ,. 10 U, h0 () LAKD-Bte- am . ... . A 121ta tt J3 IIAI,TIMOHR. NEW YOItlC and Western a red. a in o (ft 4 re Wfi :& ... COCOA MADE WITH OOILINQ MILK, YOU WILL SAVE MONEY, EPPS'S GRATEFUL-COMFORTING. WITH BOILINQ fl.(llniiiiiilril jerns:wllittM " V.xlst"lia innllrlsio t l!,e"JlVr?l. AlUr Irr- lllt iissiplr y t ir. lass.ss tMQ"' ' claim il "A IMIU sseru li! AGENTS WANTED - ; ANTI-BIMOU- & turl acrlDulIiom1 P cav-Ini- PLOUIt-ram- lly S fiUAirf wneai No. Corn Mixed Oiti-Ml- ifd Time, Pain, Troubls and will CURE II. 0 $ iSIv nm t a u IBVIHV ri i . in FiiWfA,.Tvi I" I M fii j prietnHcgf01';! !' tfuu.Auarr. W urti lnll , an, ,, ,,,.. t tor srisut'S iruififromarlr. In.l maausrrlit Jnotofr.ph ianiiylimlraua TU.inoflf.av npn ur..Trwriu nlUalslshi. a. "it.i". (lMtoii'1. ", DIERS, Uwilrpn. S40! rTii r W.rU Ver ,nuntin fl n ii S.10USI I s W1W, j ir"", ,irtlMH,.6 I tip Agsntssiid lIoua.CanTSSS. jnrj"hanfl work lor iij. Hstnplrs worth 9S.t& ( riil.rlM fast. Wrlls -. .!,-.- t,rpJB1BISf4ri.wlaw, clay. r.fiut $r to II'IMIIIHH iBiM.ri. iuntBii. wu. S2G: inrra. Ml,JBrrsH.isMM,C ilaMMtl HSI1 Ut'lfft 9 'H V1VI IAHD refined POHK-M- ss ,..r OAl"l LU First quality ,,., IIOGH ... . . 4 5 75 m OTM tll 7 ft 4 CO CATARRH ur us no i DluoaseB, Ouro AU Bilious llhrlihrriliu ra IT INIHANAPOLia aitAIN-WheOats-Mli- 6 Ely's Cream Balm. Apply Ililmlntocuchiioslrll LLY HUUS tA Warrtn HL. V, Y a H7li .H awl Cliltn. Mil l ?- 1 ,n as V V ' Vina ei is" M tn 1 - n iiv bari'lt ! i i at, No. S Corn ed. Mlied A red w ,M .... .. -- Ch (p LQUIHVUAAI IXOUK OHAIN-Wb- cat OUs-M- Ued ii 4 01 Hi vi i I RUH1MATISM lint lrin..)inntlv r a (in tkkatixc rvT Iff ' lO Ar ADDHSKM. 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