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The Hickman courier The Hickman courier 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1890 hic1890121901 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. THE HICKMAN COURIER. Publlihri EmyFrMayky & FINE JOB PRINTING, 3CXICCUT1CD GEORGE WARREN Hiokman, Kentucky. DrT.ee 9 i i I .' i 5 z r v F - COITRIE i with Fatness ard BALE BILLS, 4 dispatch.-.- ; ' -,- ' . y "wi ivKaVAi. tLHFJW aaaT7ramm v i I Jackson Strest, next door to Wtr IlalL CCORCE WARREN, Editor. THB OLDMT KHWiFAPBjN WESTERN KENTUCKY, t- is- ENVELOPES.LETTER n 7t4 riiA-u- - ; DILL HEADS, INVITATIONS, . ETC) I'rlco of Subscription, $150 CUnRENT TOPICS. Fnr.sxo County, California, has 60,000 acre of vineyards. Had Hat U tho namoot ono of tlio rebellious Sioux chief. Tiir. oloetlon of a clerk cost ttio (Unto of Now Hampshire 10,000. Tir.nr. ha boon maJo a lUt of SIP birds which Inhabit Alnska. I.i tlio United States so,0O0 ticrson dlo of consumption every year, Annie Lwmr. Is urn! or rret at for alleged ouibctzlomont A mom; hunt to Hlsmarck In U l creeled In llorlln. Tlio fund It In hand. I.EI'ltosv It on tlio Incrcatn among tlio Indian and Clilnoso lit Hrltlnh Columbia. Milt La I'll A Ill) AN, of Martinsville, Ind., ha, a lip ad uf natural halrtoTon foot In longth. Mamik Staiiu, tlio poisoner of tha imNowland family, at Chlcajro, wilt prisoned for llfo. Mnt. Hnkix, of Chicago, hat ronowod ! S.RW ut enward of f.VI.OOO for thn 1L WvMsr v--- ESTABLISHED 1859. HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KKfUCKY, lOUDAY. DECEMBER BITTINQ DULL DETTXCD. FI1.TY-OT3- T 19, 1890. VOL. Xggl. T NO. 10. ETC OAIX AND SEE US. r TJIK NEW CONSTITITION. It Will rrovldo for n Soorot Dnllot at Elcctlono. 'j Tlio llnruinrtil Mnf ltd imjr In lie In the I'riii.ln Jfctl Kumiiirr. Pub-mlll- ril T. i '.a--' J 'Am AwiiiaJilwnHlaf.tiaa purchased L a iuWlllule tnthe HnfjUf" If ""' MMJMmMMil Hi f Man 'eWSsMi s HPsMSTtaaSMs i it eornxijs aiun or stneouiefcnts last lisflKSflerf awk-f- t we (aMf -- ""-w Dr sppetrtd M generstly )- - A YoUKn'NImrod of I'arli, Ma, thot a so worded to to tiring about osnsnFii, Male, ss door with amarblo, which ho utilized city elections upen the same dsy fount and llefore a Instead of a hulloU vote wss reached the Convection adpuriicil. Mil Bta:iiky ha recently bocotno a Thn Newport llsr sent la a Icngttr petition member of tho Kngllsh Society for to Ibe Omstllntlonal Convention, their delrcate, Mr Washington, on the I th. They Taychlcal Hnsoarch, sat the Chief Justice ut the Coortol Appeals The Ho, ton Transcript ay that tho to lie elected trim the Histoallsr, foralrrm tiling U to drop tho m In Iho ab- of twrlte jesrst six Aurrlste Ju ires to be elected from districts lor the same r rlod. Tha breviation a. in. and p. m. Dil J. II, Hancii, Secretary of the Il- court Its j ho divided In twodlv ns, which maysrrsaro the docket to mil linois Hoard of Health, predicts a aorl-oi- ls The reKirt of (he Ctnnmlliee on t p. rations cholera epidemic here day II wasresd end pUrrd In Ibenrdrrso Is Iron rlad In Ita pruvt.loas and wlh ntume a Tile flerroaita ro gotnjr U for a vast deal cf tlrue w hen It eomea up ' 'rime. and natural gas and aro ordering tho The election report was taken and the necessary machinery and tools frumthU fifth section dlspesrd ot country. n. drcllon It provldra that not more tbtn shall Dik Sirrv, tho eminent physiologist, hi Id In one year, escrpl I (,. vacan arreatof Tascott In the Contention nn thotlh llierf xrt ot I (is Committee on Klectlcms was takrn up In tha whole eomrnltto. Mr Msrkor sgaln spok uprh tusmcnilment providing or a private tlrrllon d. 'or all tnu. nlrlpal elections. Tin tu.a u( thdCouteallon on Ai'flu.t elr tlon wss taken hy a rota upon the motion ot Mr. llron.lon to strike out tho word "August" sndlnsert November In Mr MsckM1 substltuls tho to the rommlltre's section. ayes numbering U aod tti sees not bclna counted, lly the clots vole ot .t: lo Mil s decided to rise and reirt to the ronrrntlon. In toe convention. Mr city politic cinrstlon en the adoption of iho report of the Commutes of th W hole. It was rrjecud hv a vote of tl to II i tha Mr. Iihsn T Moore moved 0 take) y, tut the Klirllon. CoromltuVs rriwrt snr rit deetdod htm out of eider. ayi ths TrMf le.olied bfKlnVo Commliueof tho eenventloa , traote. lt,frllsd 5mL rx1, ltl lhrwrr. notprlng. lr assort that thn stomach contains 5,000,-tKglands by which tho gastric jutco l Is said of Hothul, Vt, god nltioty-ono- , to rm tho last. A of Long Island apllt open an old family chost, and In a faliu lotlumdlscorortid iMvuly dlaiounds at 810, 00a Ax Atchison woman roconlly aroso In tho ii I (lit, lit tho kitchen flro and rook d breakfast, and tins sound ailoopall the she did it. Tiir. ruloof tho Hultin of Turkey la said to Ut the most humane. Only ono n execution has taken placn In the for so, oral years. Tin: Utt lenlal descendant of Christo pher Columbus tho Ijuko of Verauua, known to thn rlpantants chiefly as tho breeder of flRhtln bulls. ii!KL.H Vinoiu.v'a chef recclte a nal-if- y of 3,o00 ii jear. L'ndur him thoro aro four master cook and a scoro of inalo and fenialo assistants. llUKCAto Illl.l. was born In Choster old Qua(ounty, I'a., and como of ker Mock. Iloth his father and mother wrro tjuakcrs and estimable pooplo. ris loys of ono Augusta (Me.) family drew their pertslons tho other day, tboy ull hatlnif sorted through thn litu cItM war, beln now irayheadrl oJd men. I.t placnof tho customary loo palaco It Is proposed to eroct a Rlrnllc loff o at bL l'aul. Minn., as lllustratlTO of fio logging intorest of tho Northwest Tiir Vhlladulphla mint Is hard at y work turning out gold coins for tho seasor. Tho smaller piece, aro Kroatly In demand for Cbrlstma gilts. Tub 815,000 rowards offered for tho oapturA of Uubo llurrown, thn Alabama desperado, hsvo not lcen paid, bocausn claimants ran not agreo as to tho distri- "facetious." Ik a do dcacrrala any church In Salt l.ako City by ntitorlng Its door, tho iiantit of tho bruto i llablw t" a fine of flio dollars. Tut: roll of Itovoluilonsry War widows Is gutting short. Tatty Mcbardaon, accreted. Tim: total anunal Income of tho j;arn-In- g tables of Monto Carlo Is about franc, or In tho neighborhood of Jl.000,000, Tun only two word In tho KnftlUtr Ungual which contain all tho vowed In their nrdur aru "abstemious" and firat'on. l)r (Irahsnf, of Msrthall aleae ejr"vd tho sjilfia All amendments protmrg'Diiiuitltt All elections shall be held on the fr! Tuesday afterlhe nrst Monday In Xovi f ' r tmt no elerttoa shall ha held on the day of r I rdrrat election. Employes and worklnimi given four hours toralion on election Ij iu blch to east the r vote. The section providing for tho s. burnt was netl taken up, aod a spirited uVv.e fr. lowed. Mr. Clay tubaltted an amendmtc Tr poalns thst the secret Irttlnt t tried ff r Ovo yraraTsnd If II should bedirmf 1 ireiier at the end of that time the legislature have power to repeal It, width was snder .1 ii.Iod when the Ceaventloa aJJeutned. Tfc p too CsstsatJaa ii election report sa soon as convened n , s mh. The Clay srnendnient proposes that crel ballot bs) given a trial of flic jears. slur wblch the Leclilalurs should. If they Ott ' bate mwer loreia)IL V.i Dorernor Knott, of Marlon. Mr tVni.1. of Tsylor, snd Mr. I'hclps, of I.oultllk sy.i . ' far the iwliot tysttm without limit astet n of ties. t ttc Km-pir- 1 troops at Tine llldgo, telegraphed tho Utuatlon to AsaUant Adjutant-Gon-erCorbln at army liondnunrlers Monday night as follows: "All tho Indians who can bo brought in aro now hero, or near boro, loavlng about two hundred bucks In tho Hid Lands who refuse to llston to any Kvrry person shall le dlsusllr d fiQinhotd. enn or apy thing. Against thoso I will Ing any oflW of trust or profit tor the time for solid sufiltlent forco to capture or fight wtnrn they shall have tern elected, wnn shall thorn. All lias licen done that can l he conrlclrduf having givrn. ofterrd to give. I done, Tim Indians now nut havo a great or proinltrd money orei her thl'g of value to many stolen Horses ana came wiui All persons shall procure Ms election esiduJut frntt .nV twi hat or shall hero, them. I hopo to bo ablo to end this matafter have been convicted of a felony or ter now." 1 deration lo atrrmet jtarswtret Wl n. and the provlsknof theromnililee w.i frilly a.toplril, ehlth Insurea the secret 1.k-- till the yopJe dectee olherwlie. The aeelloH at preei! reed.i In iMi.m, by persons la a representative raj-irlt- i the tot Ing shall lievtvc veto snd madaatnat irnlrre-ord- i bat all flection by the pw11 ti l ! by secret efflpial bullot fumlihed by puU smhor-It- T lo the voter at the pel's snd n .rke.1 by each In prltste st the polls, and thru sat tbrro srwtu-- i. The word election la this sectloalee tie the deeltlon of questions snlimUtcd te ilJi itef welt as the choice of craters by,""! The Convention w resiled stli Ihr eleellon rt sralnnnthelnh T" seen' ballot his If en adopted, and faenrvforth allds lions will bo conducted under III (peratlen The sevtnlh seewn provides junUhmcnt for uslur money la e eclions, ai leads as The Old Indian Chief Will (live No More Trouble-Kilt- ed Ttlilln He.l.ll.ig Arrest, Together ttltli Ills Hon nml I'lveUlhers-Kev- en Indian Police Are Also Killed. Indian Commissioner Morgan, Monday, received from Indian Agont McLaughlin tho following dispatch, dated Tort Yalos, N. 1).: "Indian pollco arrested Kitting Hull at his camp, forty miles northwest of thn agency, this morning at daylight. Ills followers attempted his rcscuo and fighting commenced. Tour policemen woro killed and thrca Might Indians wero killed, wounded. Including Sitting Hull and his ion, Crow foot, and several othora wounded. Tlio pollco were surrounded for somo tlmo, but maintained their ground until relieved by V. 8, troops, who now havo possession ot Sitting Hull's camp it Ith all women, children and property. Hitting Hull' followers, probably ono hundred mon, dosorted their families and fled west up tbo Orand river. Tho pollco liehavod nubly.and great crodlt Is duo them. Tar- tlculara by mall." Commissioner Mor gan showed this telegram to tho y9lVJtIWilsT-TTMt4atat Sid liORib'anlod Silting Hull as tlingroat disturbing olemont In his trlbo, and now that ho was outof the way ho hoped that n sottlomont of tho dlfflcultlbs could ho readied without furlhor bloodshed. Bitting Bull (Tntonka Otnr.ka), who for many years was tho cruol and wily loader of thn oullnw rjlour, was born In Dakota In 16.17, near old Tort Georgo, nnd was tho son of Jumping Hull. When he was fourteen years old ho killed an enemy, and his namo wa then changed from' Tho Kacred Htand to Mlttlng Hull. Killing Hull's followers wero outlaws from all Sioux bands, and with few exceptions nover entered into treaty relations with tho (lovernmont. Ho was not recognized as chief by such. loador as lied Cloud, Spotted Tall and until about 1MH, nnd prior to that Umo ho was often lu open conflict with them. With their recognition his supremacy over the Bloux was assured. Sitting Hull began lo Off uro an a bad chlof during tho civil war. After tho Spirit Lako maasacro In Irtwa auJ tbo great bloux massacro In Minnesota, alt iho morn turbulent Sioux banded together. In 1MI (ieneral tiully drovo them Into tho Hlg Horn country. In 11)70 Kitting Hull again took up arms against the whiles and friendly Indians. In Juno of that year ho defpated and massacred, on tho I.lttlo Hlg Horn, nearly all of General Custer's advance party of General Torry'j column which was sent against thorn. Ilo was pursuod by General Terry, bat with part of his b'and ho escaped Into Ilrltlsh torrltory. In ItcO, through tho mediation of Dominion ofllclals, ho surrendered on tho prontlso of pardon, and was takuu-t- o (Standing Hock Agency, where most ot tho remaining years ot his llfo woro passed. Trcs-HM- ' TIIR SITUATION. Only About Two Hundred lliirk In tlio Had IjiihIs Ythn llefasv In Come In. General HrooUc, In command of tho pal-nc- hoi-Ma- bution. Tin: production of metal aluminum by electrolysis at a oust little aborn that of tin Is what somo I'rencli client-Isaro anngulnn of complish. bin able to ac- HcnsKTAJvr TnAcr las.doolJM noii thn names for flro now ships of tho nary now building. Thny will U. fulled ltaloljh, Indiana, Massachusetts and Oregon. TilicriK Is trouble In a t'oughkcopslit, N. Y., church Just Imjcsuso tho pastor Interrupted tho choir with thn rrillclsm "There, that will dol You'd bolter slnff that In tho wood4M A rl.Miln.Aii disease has recently lxon called to tho attention of physicians. It Is a form of recession of thn Riimsof tha superior molars, which Is said to Ik) duo to tho uso of tomatoes its food. Awmi Tasiia Is slowly dylnir In Toy-Ion, tho plac" of hi oxllo. and It Is now proposed to petition tho Ilrltlsh Oovorn-moto plvo hint a moro congenial la which to end tils days. "AiJtiiM Kihtx" Isn't a tory dignified 1 tli to apply to thn Kmporor of but that i the nnn ho Is known by In tho (larnian army, on account of bis habit of arousing tho garrison In tho mlddlo of tho night. Tub world of professional beauty ha boon thrown Into n condition of ony and excitement by tho announcement tllnt tho Jersey I.lly Ims arcompllBbod tho unprecodoiited fn.it of being photographed In sixty different positions. Tiik dosk which Judge William Kolly occupied In Congress for twonty-flvycara has been glvon to his widow. S. K Cox'a desk and that of Snm J. Itan-dualso will bo given to their widow. I'r.orir. wholmto lain nwako nights worrying about tho Ions of tho comet discovered by Hpltalor In Kovombor, may rent easy, Tho comot was not stolen but simply mislaid and has boon found 1 (Jor-man- y, o ll again. A riNB dog In Dyor County, Tonn., worked Ms way Into a hollow stump, When and whim In could not got out. found, .23 dajs nftor Its disappearance, tho poor crcaluro wan allto and Cannox, tho Spokano Tails millionaire, paid $500 for a quarter of land on tho border of tho town a low year ago. Ilo has alncn sold oil 8300,000 north of tho laud and has SSOll, A. ,M. 000 worth of It loft. big-gos- soc-tlo- n Oknkiiai. Mphiiitt and all other who t know old Sitting Hull say ho Is tho coward ovor knovn In his trlbo. Il ts good at conspiracy, but when It cantos to aotual fighting ho can't stand up and (hoot and be shot at- TiiKnow underground oluctrlo rallwaj In London Is bold to bo a departure thai mark an Important doTolopmont In elootrlo traoton and distinct aiivanc Hut the Kiecutlve may res . such eron to his former rh II rights by par n. Tlie pr'v Ilcgeof firesuflragr ahatl l supported hy laws regulating elections and prohl t sg under adequate penalties sit undue Ir.rt' ore from bribery, tumult or other Impropci ptseticot. . edby Mr Knolt. ef An smendmenl.ofle was also Inserted, which presides that any corporation who shalt use er attempt to uvo monAy or other tiling of taiu" In an election shall forfeit Its charter and sht" bo forever pfjt hlbltct from doing business In this Mate, A HtuBj tSsrt wis maJc 1" p1cs prjoary elrcthias en the .am feral f Mre, Lst the attempt was vniucrcssful 1h luiitentlon met Peplembert. andhaantwl rr In session over one hundred da- - Utile mote than one half the number ul sections have Ken adopted, and a nunib-- r of Important e mnlllres hvvo not yet agreed upon their rep tit lll 1 taken for A vacation ot three weeks uo(rirlsln fu Christinas, snd It oriilr any thing like ns length) as those of turn are the past II will nl bo poult for the cunrcn. lion lo adjourn Its first iev n before April I. The new conslliutlnn, by this calcuhtlon, will June li. The lot likely bo roled en liet-rprraenleenslHulUinpnivhU-- s thl It shsll bo than mntly days alter sulynllled within lets adjournment Mr. Mackoy, of IV v ton, presented Conli tlio Ibe mat rottllen vention nn the 11 h. It was from the members of Ibe Covlrgtcn bar nrJ ulaM to Court of They ask that tourt of Appeals bo Appea's the court of last resort, snJ ihtt It consist of seven Judges. The Chief Jii'.'ice shall ho elected fmm the Btato at larpe, and thvl for tha As. soelate Justices the Mate l diluted Into Ihrco convenient districts, front esth of which theio shall lm elected two Justices. Tlio hur of also iietllloi ot on lha ssme snlijuct. 1 ho Committee on Judlc try nste tircwed to have ten Ch ef Justices circled from the Stale, al'lsrge, and have iHrlded lattiatigq the namo from Cnurtef Appeal, to Haprlne Court, Fcvtfal t'tllliiu were aU offered asking thai a inhibition elmi.e lie Hjgrafied, en lb? newrnnstltutlou. n . ..: t7 c .lcrCu la nf Iho who'r andnnai nlmcnt offered by Mr I'tltll of Daviess, rn ring Inollglhlo to tola or to ho Id any e rflco of ut or pruftt I v any man who shall offeror ncc lachs Icnc lo I somn leugth, tight a duel. This was ilebstt tmt wu, defeated on the crour that tho oath that all persoca aro reiU led to ske upon being e'eclld to an ofilca colors the " Mr Morloy, of Covltigtoii, 'mitt d nn ad. dllloiul section, giving nil u "irrled women ion, and that tho right to t oto in unj school i they should be eligible to elect: s to any school and Mr. Ilur-naofflco. Mr. Johnson, of Mct-eaot Madison, supported the proposition, and ait. Mcuermoii. oi Louisville, sa iir of Adilr spoke against It Ilia dobsto was lively and Interesting hul ib Contention ' hardly bo I'ld not take a veto on It, It ndoiiteil The Convention adlon'rP, t a little past It o'clock to meet again M 'si Decem ber 1. There wa, not a quorum of dele 3" p.esent when the roiiirntlon met on the t Mr, t'mllli.ot Hardin, moved to rronsld-a- r tbo lololiy whloti the contention n urned from at finally December 19 to January A Tlii voted (town. The report on municipalities was considered In Cominlttoo ot the Whole, ll bo diIt provides that cities and vided Into flro classes: 'ihoso ef lh l,r1 c,a" ru cities of tttl 000 population no tver, those Of the second class nra )!0,iO0 toll '" those of the third clou aro from lo.on those of tho fourth class uro frori t ,0 t lu. Hand loss. 000, those of the fltlh class are It also provides that no city shall itJ or eicecdlng one and ono-hul- f alas .f cent of Its laisblo properly. No offlcor f5-- ' t elected for longer term than four yc" 3,J "0n9 sha'l lie ellglhlo for ro election. All elections ol cities mid towm throughout tho Htnte ahull lie on tho sume utr hut none shall be held on tho ilrly of n Ptst or'eo nty olertlon The legislature shs 1 r " coner.il laws undorwhlih all miinlrlpullllithill snd to whlih those now n oiicrnllon shall conform Mr. Young, of Louisville, chalrmstcf tiincnm. mlttee, eiplaiced tho report, and i'''n UDI"' portsnt smtnJmsnis wore voted vr00 fho Convontltn aOjouruert i( o i iU by tucahlthrnlirirtoranoras may be 1st prcscrttod Fuel Oas In Chicago. Tho Chicago city council Monday night adopted an ordinance, granting it right of w ay on all streets to a tuol gat company that Is to chnrgo not ovor sixty tents a thousand fiel for natural gas, or fifty cents for tbo manufactured article, with a robato ot ten cents tor thousand foet for prompt payment. Tho company Is to pay flvo per cent of Ita gross receipt Inwi thn cily treasury. of Lao Qui Tarlo, Minn., probably Ibe oldest marrlod rouplo in tho Tnlled States, culobrated tho 103d birthday of Mr. Monday Ills wf? will be 101 years old Christmas Day. January l'J they will havo been married eighty Husbaaa 10S. Wlfj 101. Mr. nnd Mrs. Daniel Salisbury, year. &. tho tin pinto makers ot Wales. It is claimed by tho firm that thoy hate one machine for cleaning plalos w hlch saves tho work of fifty womon. A rorgsr Wrlttt a Lettsr. Tho man who committed a number ot forgeries on tho Commercial bank of Hrooklyn, has written that ho raised Iho money to iinaist himself to start In an honest enterprise, and that bo will mako It all good in one year. Making Tin Plate. A serious nttompt Is bclngmado by E. O. W. Norton, of Chicago, to niann-factutin plato In competition with ctM. tcc Train Robber Arrested. MoDaiiicls, tho notorious desperado who as tlio lender in tho Cotton Holt train robbery, was arrested near Sun Antonio, Tox , Monday morning and lodged In jail. Counterfeiters Arrested. A gang of Now York countorfeltors, who havo boon supplying Italians with nlloged alitor dollars, aro under arnvit In thai city. A Bad Pottmastsr. A deflclouoy of 8'j,o00 has already been dlscovorod In tho accounts of tho absconding postmaster at Docatur, Ala., and It Is oxpoctod to reach 85,00a . Tbo Arab cltlzons of Now York aro trying to organlro a syndicate to ongago In silk culturo to glvo employment to all Arabians In this country. Ul Accounts To Engage In Silk Culture. . iii Nathaniel Grnon, cashlor and bookkeeper for a San Francisco dry good firm, Is short 810,000 in his nccouut and can not bo found. Three Trainmen Killed In a Wreck. On a branch lino of tho lUnvlllo road, near Laurensolls, N, C, a construction train jumped tho track and piled up. John Lawrence, James T.Wnlling, John Kills and Hobort Scott, of tho aruw.woro taken out ot tho w reck dead. Tour others woro badly Injured. 1. Short. 1,H Interest to Importers. Tho Treasury Dopartmont has dooid-ethat Importers of merchandise Imported and enterod In bond prior lo October 1, IcVO, and now In bondod warehouse may withdraw olthor at tbo old pr now ra,o of duty, Ot d for as a soldier ho I on tho way up to mako a fluto out o his clear tip to Damascus, prison stool; nnd Canavo, tho sculptor. . Ritritml fteaaton Tilt" AituUllnti rvl and such, a PS' a no warrant, spent must toll on through orphanago, modelpetition Wasiiihoton, Dec. 0 E'VATR-A Kentucky will mcot at Loulsrillo again Tho Mount on Which Id Gttrlandod roany,a, AJ Wj Irfibanon. Andporhaps ing a Hon in butter boforo ho conld cut to was presented tby Mr. Coekrell) from whilo Ke J "2?,lc1 on th-- s vory rock his statttos in marble And tbo great anuary 0. Bwootoet Scripturo Pooey. Political Alllanco of WashingagalnsSE&sfiP our carrlago Jolts ho Stopbcnson most watch cows In tho Hold At Soldlor, Howan County, n drunken ton, D. a. asking that no national bank etockv holdcr shall bo continued a n member of thsj owd tried to take tho town a tow Character of the Monarch of Tree Needed wrltos',Mtf0,u5or'"l description ot a for a fow pennies and then bocomo a thiindn'r-atBjBr'The voice of the Lord stoker, nrwt afterward mend clo;k Committee on Finance, Tho Fcnale biuinir ights ago. Itbroko tho windows out In Christian Life Sermon by lies. duced last session to establish a public farm i pow'tSWWfrhe vofco of tho Lord Is foro ho pubs the locOmollvo-olt tritck. rjf th(j school-housDr. T. DeWIU Tnt- rocked a train eoch county within the limits ofthcrepuhl full of m)Xm- - Ilio volco Of tho Lord and call, forth plaudits from parliamage, I). D. nd then wont to tho church, whoro was reported hack adversely from Iho Commi broakOtfc'1SBfJ:r3 of Lebinon. Yea, ments, and modal from Kings. Abel tee oo Agriculture ana wss inacnnncij f icrvices, wero lielnir hold, and drovo tho collar of Lob- Stovonsls picked up anoglected child o! Dr. Talmago last Sqnday announced rmned M.p. fir rrv and Daniel snoko la tho tho worshipers away with clubs and fWiftlHtin In ItiM afttnrtlntisi tilll. Mr. as hls'tcxt Tialm clr., 10: "Tho cedars anon. He'nNfj them also to skip llko tho street and rlsos through his conseluroaJ ks. LfmmA I.A onttoallAn t Itl A nhflfaNl TlaallMS C. of Lobanon which Ho hath planted." n calf. LsthJM" nni' Virion llko a young crated' gonlus to bo ono of tho most IlthotarlR Mil A bill nrpropriatlnc rw,oo0for &Tnr follonhij? In our journoy wo chango stirrup for unlcontyjf Yolco of tho Lord divid-et- h lustrious clergymen and historians of tho " luinaor icuberi uaio uwetmwoBmnni.. .Wnnro ftppolnltd tlio otuor dS for Ken wheel. It Is four o'clock In fltho morncountry. And Hlsbop Janes of tho samo, the rjit'flro-'- ' ing, at Damascus, Syria, and wo aro As MsJfjMft I' tho monarch of tho church, in boyhood workod V! passa'go Orso sa LJMcCracktn County! K, II. Hughes, Qramoval of the remains of General among tho lantorns of tbo ihostolry fields, behemoth tho monarch from Iroland to Amurlca, and up to fk Arlington Cemeltry as defeated. HIUs wM Wyvllle, Adair County; W. J. Jackson, waiting for tho stago to start. A Mo- of. tha jP' tedar Is tho monarch usof ulnosi whoro, In tho bishopric, ho pasted for the erection of public buildings as s&hanhan, Hourbon County. Wnd I think ono reason was second to no ono whootor adorned follow! In Ohio) Youngstown, lio.o-xj-; - i.icj.'.It iib U. R Court concluded It wlntor hammedan In high llfo ts putting bin of Iho on apart-tnoIn Indiana- t?oa. on board fl.0f0! Akron. J135.C.O. Wetjlon nt, Covington, tho othoroyon threo wivesthomsolvos, within party oc- whyit'TSvlftOrlotls all up and down It llend. lfS.(O0i Madison. KO 000 Jas.17.HaaB and our bj; jansd wo noed moro Whilo Sn binlshment, Xonophon ' thft awav. of Montana- - rnrmerlvnr onla has Dccrariu cupy ttio main apartment of ono Of Iho of ,ltmWw.' fMR&iHsttcs In our religious wroto his "Anabasis" and Thucydldos-b- is ehoaen postmaster of tho House. Tho Houawj, j0)X t,v,(Ct,f on trial In tho U. S. most nncomfortablo vcblclos'in which life. "mHsW too much ot tho wil- llbtory of tho Toloponneslan War," ?'"i!5.0lM!y,alr,,l"',E"clon,Wourt at Covington cr mall robb-r- y, must mortals wore Tr jawmed( and' half low, way or i'E'lf?'.' J uont th! ana wo I and Victor toHnco islandbo oxllcd for conTlctcd, and Bontcncod, to prison 'Ctrangulatcd. But wo .must not lot tho of Ouomsoy WASHtworow. De. 'in.lRrwATr.Th8 p S tbo many years P'prmo aspen, thatr. for Iho payment of a rebate en tobacco (a cot for ten vcars. discoiaforta annul or dlsparago tbo op- - .tretfl (cVyrophyr ot assault: : Ii boforo ho can como to that height In " MAYOit Ilrunv, of Nowpdrt. win nunt crsrtUnltle. Via aro rolling on and out rrcllon of an otnasion In the ter In bill) wa feo .tramblo tree, and our tho affections ot his countrymen that passed. The Benslo then resumed contldf te s and deer In Arknnsar during tbo and 5? tho mountain ot Lebanon, tholr 'too m htrplsMrttltijf, and ...JX. but not I -- ,awiI CIiitv,imi r.tvtnn. nntl tbr ndtntnln-tlon of the elections bill, nnd Mr. ueorgs afci llaIJKvW, ...jMilMTin.av..-... ifca MreiizBaHHSMaVdaUP. la OMwalUonlo IL.JJr.OaoraaoswitasedJawt'rV, and boulevards' with ono minion moutnora say- - coronet tho hlvurtln Ibe delivery of hit speech, all of which J 4 A ieki has just been recorded at flntfera pf tho hottest sum-mas hla heartd .rolls downi to; too church niid no rrini irom manuscript, 'i no noor wa tnrn pioraylllo showing that A. A. Olnoy & can not cast down. Wo aro ascendOh, It I a tough old;"" Hut thnfrpaibrT thoso cedars stand So of tho Madelolno. by Mr. Wilson f Iowa. The Itousq Co., of Now York, who purchased through taken holghts arounds which Is tcarlandcd woll is what thoy aro Thoy wSrld, and It will keep you back, and amendments to the Ben ate bills tor pulillo tholr agont at that placo tho minerals, ing much of tho llnost poesy of tho Scrip- run thiir anchors down into tho caverns koop you down, and kcop you under a buildings at Madison, Ind..nd Hock Islsnd IIL, gases and oil on and nndor twonty-fou- r wero concurred In, and tho Benste adjournrd. tures, and aro rising toward tho might- of tho mountain and fasten to tho very long as It can. Hall, sons and daugh-lor- s Mor-pa- n IIOL'dE Mr Tarrelt (Ind.) moved unanimous thousand acres of land situated In iest dominion that botany over recog- foundations jf tbo earth, and of tho flrol consent for tho cosaidoration of Scnato bill for and Magoflln Counttes, at lined dolnized, rolgned ovor by tho most Imperial around snd clinch thomsolvcson tho Thirty year from now tho foremost Dalo the erection of s monument to Itobrt lars por aero, has fold tho samo to tho troo that ovor swayed a loafy scepter. Owen In the grounds of tha Smithsonian Instiothor side of tho deepest layer of rock mon In all occupations and profession Tho Lobanon cedar, a troo oulogized they can reach. tute. Mr Kilgoro (Tox.) objcciod. In the Capitol MIno Lumber and Oil Company And that is tho differ-enr- o will bo thoso who aro this hour In awful at a prico not stipulated. morning hour Mr. Blono (Ky ) from in my toxt as having grown from a nut lietwccn Christian who stand and strugglo of early llfo, many of tbcnl on War Claims, called up the bill nulhorltlng Tiir. OJd Tollons of Midway will put into tho ground by God himself, and Chrlstim, So In who fall. It Is tho dlfferonco without 53 to their name. the flccretsry of War lo apilnt a erect a handsomo new hall. no human hand had any thing to do with between n superficial character, and ono spiritual llfd It takes a courso of bo- to ascertain the facts concerning the destrucof Taducah, was found its planting: "Tho trees of Lebanon Gi:oiiof. Lakr, tion of property at Cynthlsna, Ky., in IML that has clutcbed Its roots uccp uown reavomonU, persecutions, sicknesses Altera brief debate the bill was, on motion ot dead near Marlon, In Livingston County. which Ho hath planted." and lossos to develop stalwart Christian around and under tho Kock of Ages. yeas ITho causo ot his death is enwrapt In Mr. Orotvcrnor (O.), laid on Iho table Tho averago height of this mountain I got a lotter a fow days ago Ono of tho Lobanon cedars was exam- charactor. IJt, nays H. tuystory. Is 7,000 foot, but in ono placo It lifts Its saying: "I havo hardly soon a woll s, ined by a sclontfst and from its Dec. 11. BaSATit The resoluWasiiikctoi. Wiiii f. John and Mack Jackson, farm- hoad to an altltudo of 10,000. No higher wrlto . tion providing for evening sessions for speeches if was found to bo 3,500year3 since I was born, and I could not on the elections bill was debated until the hour er residing near Hopklnsvllle, woro out than 0,000 foot can vcgotatlon exist, but old and still standing, and thero is such my own namo until I was fifty yuan of, for taking up the bill Wilson, ot Iowa, anj luntlnrr. two masked mon entered tholr bolow that lino at tho right season aro a thing as everlasting strength and such ogo and I am vory poor, but I am, by tho 'louse, droto overybody out at tho point vlnoyards and orchards, Kryeipoke In favor of tho bllL and ollvo graco ot God, tho happiest man in Chilloust The House passed the fortification cf a pistol, and, hnvlng secured I COO, groves, and flowers that dash tho mount- a stanchncss of Christian character that cago." Tho Hlblo speaks of tho snows all time and all eternity, Instoadot appropriation bill, and a bill providing a penalty away, mado tholr escape ain sldo with a very carnago ot color, twiny 'ts demolition, for tho alteration ordestrucllonof ballots as to ilddon shall1 bo of Lebanon, and at this season of tho"' Junur. Jackson, of tbo U. S. Court, and fill tbo air with aromatics that Its opportunity. ' Not (such aro year tho snows thoro must bo trdmend- - l Ilrpresentalltcs In Congress with Intent to change tbo result of the election. A bill was then has mado an ordor restraining Typo Hosca, tho Prophot and Solomon, tho Christians who ous. Tho deepest" snow" over seen In mediating taken up to amend the anil polygamy law by graphical lnlon No. 3, from boycotting King, colobrated as "tho smoll of Leb- th(T) compo pious .on Sunday that tboy Amorlca would bo insignificant providing that tho personal property formerly anon." At a height of 0,000 is a grovo of aro pared with tho mildest winter of snows belonglnt to the Aformon Church, but which tlio I4vingiun voiiunonneaiiu. no religion loft for tbo weok day. Tr.ssiorthiii for Kontucky: A. II. Hus-to- r, cedars, tho only descendants ot thoso have anaconda gorgos ltsolf withfood, on tho-- Lobanon mountains.' Tho was forfeited byCongres and placed In tho As crysSomcuot; John II. Dottnard, Sun- vast forests from which Solomon cut his and tho hands of a receiver, shall be placed In the comthen .'corns for a long whilo to Ho cedars catch that skyfull of lonp; mon school funds ot tho Tcrrrlcry of Utah, rise; Itarilott Wnlkor, Maysvlllo; Joa. timber for tho Templo at Jerusalom, thoroughly insensible, so thoro ara mon tals on tholr brow and on their which was tho disposition mado or tho real esand whoro ono tlmo thoro woro 100,000 religious arms Tiled up In great hefts aro thoso, tate held by tho Church. Without completing Willis, Lritcbfleld; Thomas P. Conklln, axomon ho at LoulavlllW John A. Kecs, Cbarlotto; wing out thobeams from which who will on Sunday got such a to Ita consideration the House laid It aside as unforfeit that tho rost of tho weok thoy snows, enough to crush othor troosfrom r great cities woro constructed. But tlilf. finished business, and went Into Comralilee ot Wm. Hcrilol, Cptlngton; C II. Milda-branground, splitting tho branches froora thoroughly dead to all religious tho the Whole (Mr. Harrow (Mich ) In the Chair Iitvlsburgh; Milton A. Llttlo-flol- nation of trees has by human tbo trunk and loavlng them rent and Thoy en bills reported frrm the Inbllo Itnds ComHoikinsvlllo; John Keith, Savago; been massacred until only a emotion. sermon, woepdn church undor a torn nover to rise. Hut what do thesa" charity mittee, and, alter some debate, adjourned. but if on Monday a subLlttlo Born, Irvine; Wm.'lf. Conover, small group Is loft. door cedars caro 'for thoso snows on Lobanon? 1 Asitmovon, Dec U. SE.tATr. of want The Plumb Wm. O. Adklns, This race of giants Is nearly extinct, ject beggar's presents ltsolf at tho wlnlor skies and resolution for dally meotingt from 10 a. m. was Montpoler. Holsstto tho safoty will dopond entirely They look up at tho Empty tho ont white, agreed to. The Dolph resolution Instructing Groonvllo; Hrldgot, widow ot Patrick but I havo no doubt that somo of theso on quick limbs and an unobstructed say: "Snow us, and whon tho storm Is Mary J., widow of wore horo when Hiram, King of Tyro, the Committee on l'rivllege and Ulccllont to Shelly.lioulsvlllo; boavens upon Inquire whether the right to tote at any Federal Wm. IsMilo, Speedvlllo; Lucinda, widow ordered tho assassination of thoso cedars stairway. It takes all tho graco thoy passed lot othor processions of tempest committing; elections Is denied by any Stale to any persona Tarout, loulsvlllo; Lucy, of Lobanon which tho Lord plautcd. can get to koop them from try to bury us In their fury. Wo havo entitled to totn, was debated, and then went of Adsm of Henodict A. Slmms, SpringFrom tho multltudo of uses to which It assault and battery on thoso intruders, for 600 winters been accustomed to this orer. Mr, allhall spoke aealnsl the elections widow 1 of may bo put and tho omploymont ot It In who como with palo faces,and stories wo will bill. field. 000 distress and subscription papers. Tho ond for tbo noxt you winters Hocse The apportionment bill, fixing ANIwonsboro policeman dlscotereda tho Scriptures, tho cedar Is tho dtvino reason havo to send, for all that God planted thoso cedars in cboorfully tako wo dovolop oar strength, as the number of Itepresentatlves under tho scon favorite. Whon tho plains to bo f sharpers in tho act of working suggest to us that wo that is tho way Eleventh Census, agreed upon In committee, pair from tho window Of this stago In which tho Hlble was to God and wo was introduced In the Hoiisa. The nouso Mill tho bell gmo on a verdant countryought, in our religious pharacter, to bo and that is tho wayto sorvo and cony wo rido aro parched under summan Ilocaptured ono but tho othor tary endure Committee reported In favor of redeep llko tho cedar, high liko tho eodar, toach all ages how viving the grade of Lieutenant General grass-bladmer heats, and no' pooas tbo cedar. A trav- quer." So I say: Good cheer to all In the Army. to eitend the A bill tho forvldlty, this trco stands In undor. Tut your Cst.T ono Kentucky Tubllei Huildinr aro bonded period for genua In custom hgnaet eler measured tho spread of tho boughs plo whoGod snowed will cowo out glorl luxuriance, defying tho summer sun. Hftl Is ponding in Congress. and you to July 1, 1WI, wa from February of ono ot theso trees and found it 111 faith In damago was dono in And when tho storms of winter terrify foot from branch tip to branch fp and ously. Others may bo stunted growths, CoNsttiKUAnt.n tho cartb, and burl tbo rocks In ava- - I havo socn cedars of ChrWlan charac- or weak jumpors on tho lower levels of Among Grates County by tbo lato overflow. Dec, 13.StxAt WASnihOlox, the bills Introduced and referred were the fol. At Lexington, James It. Ililey was lancho down this mountain sldo, this ter that through tholr jvayers and char- spirituality, but you aro goiitu; to bo lowing! To establish a record and pension oface scijuittod ot tho killing ot tbo colored tree grapples tho hurricano of snow In Lobanon cedars. At last It will bo said In the War Department; to establish n Marine outno I triumph, and loaves tho spent ltw-ywtnrr nt ities nut America, branch to tbo uttormost cl such as rtoarit fnrilina4tnfineni of (he Intere-te- f and another brsnol, tu the. vein. Hon Slaughter. prts of from sixij to cigmy icci merchant marine. The reaolntlon heretofore ofOvnt 100 convicts wero removed a fow Its loot, thoy, tho horizontal branches tbo uttermost parts of Asia, and theso camo out of great tribulation and had fered by Mr Dolph, a, to the denial or abridgi'jvs ago, from tho Trankfort penlton-- t high aro Christians will kcop on thoir robes wnshod whlto In 'ho blood of ment of suffrage In certain States, was taken of great aw cop, with their burdon of try to tho branch penitentiary at multiplying until all tbo earth Is ovor tho Lamb." up, but In the absence of Mr. Dolph It went noodlo-shapetho top ot tho treo loaves Hut whilo crossing ovor tlisso mountLyon County. shadowed with morcy. over again without action. ThoFenateat 1:10 d son pyramidal, a throno of follago on which resumed tho consideration of the election Orris TaiikI'H, tho Hut mark you, theso cedars of Loba- ains Of Lobanou I bethink myself of Igbt, and splondor, and glory sit. Hut MIL Mr. Jones (Arlc) mado an argument of Georgo W. Tarkor, living near Crof-tonon coull not grow if planted in mild what an ovcltlng scene It must bo whon In opposition to It, after which the Senate ad Christian County, whilo riding with o continuously has the extermination climatos and in soft air, and in carefully ono of the codars docs fall. It does not journed. of trees gono on that, for tho most part, w his father on top of a wagon loaded with a to red gardons. Thoy must havo tho go down llko other treos with a slight given that the apportionthat tho mountains of Lobanon aro baro ment bill would I called up next Tuesday. A corn, fell undor tho wheels and it as hurricano cracklo that hardly tuakos tho woodsot follago, whilo I am sorry to say, the gymnasium ot tho midnight must play man look up or a hawk flutter from a report was made from committee favorable to crushed to death. to dorolop tholr arms. Thoy earth in all lands Is bolng llkowlio tho establishment of n merchant marine. A tho athlelp with a thousand winters bo- neighboring bough. Whon a cedar fall White Caps visited tbo houso of Thos. memorial was presentod to Congress urging the planted, and It is tho great ovont In tho calendar of Ilurgcss, a farmer, living in Moado Immediate passaga of tho Terry bankruptcy Tho axe is slaying tbo forest all round foro their feet aro rightly tho mountains. Tho axuiueii fly. The Ilo shot and Ull as a relief to the commercial interests ot tho County, to whip him. To stop tho slaughter God their forohoad, rightly lifted, and tholr wild boasts slink to tholr dons. Tho tho earth. eountry, And If kill donoand badly wounded twoothcrs. opened tho s England and arms rightly muscled.dovoloplngthero bo partridges swoop to tho valloy for esof Wasiiiwcto'v, Dee. IV Sknatb. The first strong , t'on.TA'lir.i: saw-mirt;plodod near Scotland and America and tho world, any other way for go down bill considered on the cilendsr wa, one enlsrs-Iri-f Oarnsboroand ono man was killed outexcept by storms of cape. Tho neighboring trees dose"nd-In- g the rights of bomcatuadcrs on the public practically saying by that: "Hero is ChristianI charattor nover heard of it. Call tho nndor tho awful wolght of tho trouble, lands. provides that when parties settled right and another badly injured. It tuol; as far as posJlblo lot My troos monarch. Tho rocks aro moved out 'J UK Governor granted a pardon to a lilono." And by opening for tbo human roll of martyrs, call tho roll ot tho opposite unsurveyvd land and therefore wero obliged u take up less than 100 acre, they may yoitnjr man In tbo penltentlnry who Is prophets, call the roll of tho Apostles, ot their places and tho oarth tromblos raco tho great quarries of granite, nnd eitend their holding, not to esceed IIS) acres. Ills namo showing tho human family how to mako and soo which of them had an easy tlmo as from miles around all ravines send nearly dead ot consumption. The credential, of the of Mr Morrill Crash! i, Hubert .Stratton, nnd ho was sont brick, God is practically saying: "Hero of It Which of theso codars grow In back 'boir sympathetic .ochoos. groat co- Senator, Colquitt, Wilson were presented. Crash! So when tho , and Vanre spoke In opposition to ttio elections from Logan County In ISVt for six and is building material; lot My trees tho warm valley? Not ono of thorn. Crashl bllL A general debato was had en the amendvcars for arson. Ho had sorted alone," Wo had better stop tho axes Honoysucklcs thrlvo best on tho south dars of worldly or Christian Influence terrific. Within ment to strike out the house to houso clause. all but threo months ot his term, nnd pn among tho Adirondack. Wo had bet- sldo of tho house, but cedars in tho fall It is something llnui-r- . Mi HrK'e'ey reported a resolution women tho past fow yoars bow many mighty allow calling on the Secretary of tho,livrur;r a account of his condition, and to tor stop tho axes in all our forosts, as it Syrian whirlwind. Mon and and overtopping mon havo gono down. Hit ot tho National Hank Depositories. He bin to dlo among his tamlly, who aro would havo been hotter for Syria If tho who hear this or read this instoad of now to bo an opidom' i of also asked unanimous assent for tho Immediate well connected In tho western part of axes had long ago been stopped among your grumbling bocauso you havo it Thoro seoms Tho moral world, tho passage ot n resolution extending fromeebra-rGod that j on aro In just tbo moral disaster. the State, ho was jjlven his liberty. tbo mountains of Lobanon. To punish hard, thank I to July 1 thn bonded Import period,' hut and rollglous world, tho political world, tho M tuiM.ii woolen mills are operated us for our on tho for- host school for making heroes upon tho Democrats rockloss assault withdrew the resolution with tho It is true for both this world commercial world aro quaking Is manifesting n disposition to renew tbetarlS on acapllalof $200,000 andi omploy 300 ests -- o havo tbo disordered seasons; herelnes It and tho noxt Kock that baby In a cra- fall of Lobanon codars. out with awful, . debate on a pain proposition lor the relict ct men and women. Zach-arla- h now tho droughts, because tbo upliftod the business world. Keprcscntatltc llvaus indle cushioned amUcanopIcd; graduato Wo aro compelled to cry lies.!. Yoi'.no, nn ngod resident of tho for tho prophot: "Howl troduced a bill for tha Kcallon ot a branch sol- Highlands, sulToring from ulceration of arms o! tho treos do not pray for rain, him from that Intoirfcostly high chair tholr presence, according to all sciendiers' homo within Iho limits ot tho ChattaSotro ot tho' cedar Is fallon!" the IkiwcK committed suicldo by dis- tists, disposing tho doscont of tho show- and glvo him a goK' spoon; sond him to tho nooga and Chtctiamauga Military l'ark. enough for an smallor trees aro glad of It Whon somo emboweling himself with a razor. ers; and then wo havo tho cylonos and school wrapped in furs In stocks goes down, tho. Kentucky Court of Appoals has tho hurricanes multiplied in number and arctic explorer; send hltn through a o great doalcr fllnp tholr hands and say: News Hems. Tnr whoro bo will not havo to study In small donlnr Tiik bill making annual approprli-Hop- s decided the tax for tho support of Iho leloclty, because thero la nothing to ordor to got a diploma, because his fath- "Oood for him!'' When a great politfor fortifications and othor works Agricultural and Mechanical College at provont tholr awful swoop. profession whoro ical loador goes down tho small poliof dofonso was adopted by tho Houso Lexington to bo constitutional. Tlant tho trocs In your parks that tho er Is rich; start htm In n tho floor cover ticians clap tholr hands and say: "Just ho beulns wllhanotilcoof A J. G ATI. wood, of Henderson. Insti weary may rest under thorn. Tlant them Cotnmlttco on Appropriations. It approWhen a great minister Axmlnstcr, and a library of as I expected!" priates $MoS,703, or J3,005,5i0 less tlnn tuted suit against tho Louis, Hie, St. along your streots that up through tho ed with Russian niorotcco, and an arm- of rollgion falls, many llttlo minister I,ouls and Texas Hull road Company for branches passors-b- y may soo tho God books In tho estimator llko a throne, and an lauch un tholr sloevos and thing them Hr.ritKsr.NTATivr. SriMU.t, of New ll,00 damages sustained by being who first mado tbo trocs, and thon mado chair upholstered selves somehow advantigod. Ah, bo--" ejected fiom a frolghl lialn by tho con- man to look at thorn. Tlant thorn along embroidered ottucan uron,which to put York, Introduced In tho Ilottso a bill twolvo-dolln- r irry loted brethren, no ono makes any thing gaiters, and thon tho brooks, that under them children bis amending tho now larlll act by Insortlng ductor. out ot moral shlpw recks. Not a willow Ivory Tnr nsphaltum bod, In Logan County, may play. Tlant thora In your gardons, uponrhts table tie n, sycaIn Sclicdulo NBiindrics after para you can impcrt from Hrussols, and by tho rltorsot Damascus not noar Homer, will bodovolopedby a comthat as In IMcn tbo Lord may walk tbo following provlsli n, graph No. on tho plains of Jericho, not an pany of capitalists who havo bought up thero In tho cool of tho day, Tlant them havo standing ouUIJo his door a prank- more "Turs MMilslcin, dyed or dressed on tho ing span that won tho prizo at tho horso ollvo treo In all Talcstlno Is holpod py In coraotorios, tholr shado like a mournskin, fifty por cent, nd valorvmrASsn 11,000 acres. weep Inianor, ccar. Vicr, a prominent farmoi in er's toll, and tholr loaros sound- fair, and loato him estato onough to tho full of is Jaiifk mado Into artlclos ot clothing sixty pot ninko lilm independent of all strugglo, and pray and tremblo and listen to County," died at tho breakfast ing Nicholas tho rustle of tho jjrj'nhnt will lieenmo of hint? If bo do TauVa advlcu to tho Uaiatlans whou ho cent, ad valorem." , llko wings of tho departed. Lot nrlmr day Tiik IIoiiro Commltton on ltlversand titbito.ut heart dlsoa&o. not die tcwlay of Inanition or dlsslpa-slo- n says: 'Considering tbysolfla lost thou Evtr.NsiVK beds of brown bnmatlto or tho day for tho planting of troos, Ilarbora has formally decided not to safo until be will Hvo a usoless llfo, and dlo also bo tempted." No man by tho Legislatures of many ot prepare a rivor and haibor appropriation rtro located on tho north si Jo of Pino nn tinlamented death and go Into a ho Is doad, unless ho bo dlvlnoly mountain two rallei of Tincvlllo. I'uO Stall's, bu observed by ull ot our bill during this session ot Congress. A gronlnr tblnkn than lord A,,".!.., Tun Democrala of Rowling Green thn people, and tho noxt 100 years do as much w av.......j. Kdoaii Wilson, son of wealthy partihalTjas been thu history of moat Traaels Hacon tho world never saw. snd Uut othor day elected tho mayor and nluo ot In planting those leafy glories of Godn, ents, lifo convict nt Stillwater pt merchandise, in ho challenged tho world's moduof thinktho last 100 yearn havo accomplished in of tho groat codars In died and loft S30.000 to a fellow Iho ten councllinon. Novum Organum, a art, in law, in mediclno, lu statesman- ing for all tlmo, hi At Trankfort, Alice Tbllllps, a color- tholr destruction. Whon, not long convict named Walter Williams. llh $33,000 salralraclo ot lltorature. ed girl, burned to death. Iter dross I saw on tho banks of tho ship, m Christian usefulness? "John, ary, and estates worth millions and his It Is proposed In tho lcglla'iroot cauglit whilo slio was HtanJing In front, Hudson, death, glazed cap, riding on got up and milk tho cows; U'h late; It's in his South Dakota to abolish soiih of tin) Split an armful from tho highest judicial bonch of iho of tbo flro. hprsoback, Georgo T. Morris, tho great S;S0 in tho morning. goo down under tho power of State olllcers, on tho plea of econemy. of wooden your way out so that wo Can world, ho confessed his crlnio and was At Gum Llok WhltoCaps vlsltod tbo song wrltor ot America. I found him Am:xaniikii 11 CitAio, Domoc.at, has rcsldenco ot Samuel Lowe, nnd bull! tho flro for breakfast Tut your bribery and tbo Tower, and tbo scorn emotional, and I could shot him grandly given formal notlco that ho will contost and break sontonced to aged wife. Lowo will die, but understand how ho wroto "Wood- bare feet on tho cold for tho co Howl centuries. tho oloetlon of Androw Stewart, Itcpub-Hca- and his tho tco In your pitcher boforo you can of Is fallonl tho troo!" hi wlto may rccovor. sparo that man, Tonnsylva-nl- a In tho Twenty-fourtwash Vcs; it has boon snowing and dar Inci.uhino tbo park bonds, tho debt verses of which many of us havo Congressional District, lie aliegoi spaln last night, and wo will Thero aro folt like quoting in belligerent spirit, drifting None of It Oot Awny. ono thousand Illegal votos wero cast of Loulsvlllo Is SO,S00,O00. somo available assnts to bo counfod, and whon undor tho strokoof somo ono w Un- liaio to troak tho roads." advantages, a Thoro aro about tbreo hundred hands against him. bov's educational The flonio not yet available, but In round cut sonso or reason wo saw a boautlful employod at tho mint cf Yeddo, Japan. lour .ak plank without any back to It, Whon tho mon ontor in tho morn:..? ' DliiiiMi tho sessions of Congress tho numbers tho debt is ton millions. 'reo prostrated. and stovo country school-housCabinet will hold Its meetings at u:30 As wo rldo along on theso mountains in Sr.vATon Hi.ACKmntx introduced a thoy aro mado todivost thomselve, of' o'clock Tuesdays and Trldays instead of bill authorizing tbo Howling Green and of Lobanon, wo bothlnk bow Itscodars throwing out moro smoko than hoat their own clothes and put on clothe on from ono hardship to anat 11! o'clock as heretofore. belonging to tho mint At tho end of Northern Hallway Company to build aprond tholr branches, and broatho tholr I'resslng After a whilo a position on salary a gong sounds when tho Tub Hoprespntatlvos composing thu bridges over Greon and Harreti rivers, aroma, and cast their fihadows all other small onough to keop life, but a day's work spcctaolo Is presented Houso contingent of tho joint tenures-atona- l noar tho mouth of Hear creek nnd near through tho lllhlo. Solomon discoursed or nn. is at lowest obb. Starting in somewhateurions mon springing its t from Conunlttco on Immigration ivo Graham's Landing, or nt such othor about them In hi botanical work when keep with prosperous of tbreo hundred w hlch thoy havo boon "Trout the cedar occui alienor buIness agroed upon a bill to regulate Immigra- points as may bo selected by tho com- ho spoko of trees. you back at otory tho ground, on to throwing oil tholr clothes, and treo that sprlngeth out of tho wall." men trjlng nftorlight pany. tion. a good while, fairly on seated, but ,tct rushing, a naked throng, to ono ond ot A mix was Introduced by ltrrrrnt-atlvMvmt.iiioCs diseases aro playing Tho psalmist say. "Tho tlghteoussball widenrout feet, and your opportunities Hlnnd, of Missouri, protldin "'at havoa with horsollrsh in sot eral coun- grow llko a cedar In Lebanon," and In ing anl thon by somo sudden turn you tho yard, lloro thoy pass through tho tho tax of lto percent, heretofin "I' ties of Southern and Wcatorn Kentucky. ono ot his magnificent iloxologlos call nro tr mphant You ar6 master of tho following ordeal In ordor to provo on them: Tholr And posed on tho circulating notes of s,ito In Ha) hull County tbo disease Is attrib- on tho ccdnrs to pralso tho Lord. oarth and that thoy havo nosllvur and Solomon says tho countonanro of fTlirlst Hittiat en, and doflant of til examined; back hair Is pulled down uted to tho prevalence of worm-eatehanks, nnd all provisions of law tro is excellent as tho cedars, anJ Isaiah ot corn, and has been uniformly fatal. thoy wash their hands and hold them vontlng or restricting tho A Lebanon codarl John Milton on bis up to vlow; thoy drink water and thon Hr.ntKSK.M'AiiM: HiitxKiMMDflK in- doclarea, "Tbo day of tho Lord shall be way tip to thu throno of tho world's sacirculating notos by tho authority ef iho troduced a hill to remote the charge of upon all tho codars of Lobncon." And cred pet v. must hull his copyright ot halloo; mid, lastly, thoy run to tbo States is heroby repelled. I'zoklol, ami Amos, and ot tho yard, clearing two or Kkpiikskntativk Ktockihuimif, from desertion from thn military record of Jeremiah, and Zacliarlat Aoato Its fo- Taradi.e Lost for 53 in throu payments. othor ond Zephanlah nnd three hurdles on tholr way. After this the Commlttro on Comniene, reported Alexander Wurren, lato of tho llrst llago Into tho sublime! utterances. William Sliaksporo, on his way porfotmaneo they aro allowed to go to And tho greatest favorably tho Senato Hill protldlng fir regiment, Kontucky envalry, to ho acknowledged thoro Chlari'o Mall. As wo rido ovor I.cl anon 'TfiKrtv Jesslu Huefleld, aged 17, athold horsos to their lodgings tho Inspection of llvn cattle, hogs ami Is a howling wind laocplng past, and a dramatntof all ages, must tempted suicide nt Taducah because slid designed for con of tho London thonter for a all animals and moats dash of rain, all tlio bolter enabling us at the d(r Certain aots nifty bo tendorod and llou.or must strugglo sumption In a Slalo other than that In thought tho could not 11 vo without her to appreciate that description of a temUpei ho slauglitprod, sweetheart, who discarded her bevnus to Immortality! but can never bo mado logllluutg,- which tho animals may pest, which no doubt was suggottod by throujli tot tl'bllndne alio had to work for a llvlpg. or whort Intended for export. eye aud JoU Uupyan must clicor himself Talloyraud. what David bad. soon with bin CONGRESS. J? THE COMMONWEALTH. Tftliai-ri.nrtA- CEDAHS OF LEBANON. among tl carrlod. It's wra -B- Wage-worke- b.. LosB?lh - 'i' nt ttJift jpt 3hS wldo-brancli- bCuten-wsplrnit- f. tOUllX!ot-M17blll- li. dcop-rootc- tlt comn-i.kio- concon-trlcclrclc- ty incon-oclas- o sur-viv- broad-branche- d Intro-duee- v, wldo-branch- eight-year-ol- n. IIot'lc-Notlre- coal-mine- ll ono-ha- lf y s, col-leg- Ut cigar-hold- , .ccr " pro-tM,t- niton-Gar- bo-fo- h o n lr.li w JttAL leas? ' RiiM lfrtT3! 'fT-'- . f'ft lCTTv3 Ld'T'ft.'jfr. : 'fi MW w ',v.iu,t-- , .. H,,U(, ! tfiw .wV jsiiii rv lMsTOftitfflTiaMMTWTMTMffl ijIi 'ifrrWhiJtftJrti-im'iitftr- t Atiir Ismm! tttif"1 iialfc&iiaNaV .wfljartjaftssMh r t 41 "VMwnr0Me NEW GOODS! y -- 3- - t y Stock of New Goods now displayed on my counters. I have exercised great care in the selection of my Fall Stock, Your attention is called to the large and which will be found .Complete in every Department. I have bought at figures that no one but a buyer of long experience, and with ready cash can hope to duplicate. I am fully prepared to supply tho wants of all well-selecte- f'rf? yj d NEW GOODS! 1 -- ? T i '- - l' ii tf ! You are, therefore, most cordially invited to call at your earliest convenience and examine my Stock and be convinced that your needs have been provided for. J T y E2 T TZ, E HVL" ELY ? the othkh (AN NATION. Ij O "W Pee. 1(1, m- DP IR a- I O E SI & e usual nmount of winter business portion of the advanco in average value; and gives this bit of rich is expected. Tho importation of consolation: "The present average large quantities of gold from shows that small crops are a cure England proves that conditions for low prices and a main factor in there nre assuming a favorable making the prices and profits." aspect nud that the English con- This Is tho Republican dootriuo of Tiikrk is market tendency to fidence iti our securities isincrons- - home market. They build a tariff ward large consolidations of busi lug. This money being thrown wall around the country to preenter ncss " "... manufacturing ,, v,w Yni-l- rl,.. vent the farmers from trading with foreign countries whero he - ' prises, within ainoutii upwards r'" eatab-inel- s of trade will in a short time night find a market at paying of thirty mower and reaper oats and for nil llshtneuts have consolidated on a .radiate its iuduenco through out prices he can the corn, and then produce, wheat basis of $20,000,000. the couutry. There has btten no array such figures as these to Republican press is assert great and unusual destrucliou of proves to him that tho less corn The Thcro Is none ho raises, the more mouey ho will ing that the new Fanners Allinuco money recently. oennior irom oouiu uaroinm onco locked up In tho U. S. treasury get for it. Last year the home committed a homicide. Then lot for tho pensioners have taken care market was over supplied nud tho Western farmer couldn't get him be given a seat next to tho is moro money enough for his corn to pay the seat of the Republican pretender of that. There from Montana who has assisted in now in tho country than there shipping expenses and ho used it illegally stranglingnn infinite num- ever was before. The U. S. Mints for fuel. As a matter of course ber of his St. have not closed down. The money the short crop of com this year will realizo moro mouey at fifty Louis Republic. ' Is lockod up in privato vaults and cents per bushel. After the had cousumed enough Tiik Indian police arretted Sit. banks and will not be released unting Bull forty miles northwest of til there is greater confidence last year for fuel to reduce the Fort Yates. His followers at- This confidence Is being restored. crop within the "law" of the homo tempt to rescue him and a fight re- How accelerate it is the questlou. market "demands'' tho price of corn advanced. sulted, during which the famous Slonic thief, his ton, Grow Foot, DON'T FORGET to hunt up Lime, Cement, Salt, Hay, Bran, and six other hoRtiles nud four Ruck Bro's and see their beautipolicemen wero killed. Tho po ful and complote stock of Jewelry, &c, we keep constantly ou hand, lice held the enmp until troops r.- - No trouble to show gootM. n't lowest pricos. l:ll-t- f Smith, Ellison & Co. cituie up, mien inc wnrnors nen, Everybody invited. 11:7 leaving their wives and children MTTIVG BULK,. captives. THAT Tllllllt I'AUTT. Whether or not this Indian Gkn. II. R. Lyon, of Eddy ville, At last It has assumed shape ; chief was attempting to use the who was recently elected warden at last the nlep baa been taken in i iiu in it new peuiiuiiiiury, unv nu tlio cnH 1ms been Uittcd fur Messiah cruze to unite all the Indian tribes of tho N'nrtli wont jijto injj OecMned to nccejit t)io place on iicconut of his private busiueos tho formation of a third party. a grand confederation for an at arrangements, tho sinking fund One of tho results of the recent tack upon settlors and the army, commissioners have elected Mr. meeting at Ocala is now seen, in may bo u question, and will givo C. L. Curry, of Morgan field, war-,Be den, and Hon. Samuel O. Niinn, of, the call 'for a meeting at Cincin- riso to much controversy. Crittenden county, deputy wnrdeii. nati, February 23, for tho purpose that as it may, ho has paid the of forming n national anion part', penalty of being a suspect, and The Legislature of Oregon,' to bo the legitimate result of the having fallen under the ban. An order, it seems, was made for his which is Republican, passed n law work already begun by tho prohibitiuc tho emplnyinpiit. nf. snd ether orgaiilzitloim rest, and a band of Indian police colored men on public bridges in( working in harmony with it. The men were charged with its executhat State. The other day Dolph,1 organizations nud societies which tion. They found the old chief, the Republican Senator from that nre requested to send delegates seized him, and in an attempted state, niudo h furious speech on' to this Cincinnati ccnvcn:ic:i arc rescue Hilling Hull aim uls sou the Force Rill, describing with numerous, and included the Inde- were killed. Sitting Bull was a notable figure tearful eyes how the poor negro pendent party, the People's party, was mistreated by southern Dem-- j the Union Labor party, the Fed- in Indian afTitirs, was n skillful In reply, Senator Vest" eral and Confederate soldiers, the and bold fighter, bad great inocrats. read the bridge law. No souhern Farmers' Alliance, Farmers' Mu- fluence over the Indians, and af Legislature ever refused the col- tual Benefit Associations, the Cit- ter the (Juster afluir ued to Can ored mini the privilego of work- izens' Alliance, the Knights of ada, remaining there for some ing. Labor, the Colored Farmers' Alli- years, since r,u return to the ance, and all other industrial or- United States lie has, np until MUCH IS POLITICK. ganizations thatsnport tho princi- the present difficulties, been quiet. Gen. Wailo Hnmpton will retire ples of the St. Louis agreement of It ia claimed his death will break outfrom the Semite next March an 1889. It will be seen that the call the backbone of tho present old man, poor and crippled. Of is a broad one, and it is intended break and that peace will follow. lute years he has lived upon hia to allow almost every quo to join H. BUCHANAN is offering salary as a Senator, and his defeat in the new crusaryns tho signers great bargains In Cloaks and Overwill leave him in strulgbtoued cir of the address putT it, which Is to coats. A splendid Hue. Call and cumstances. Ho has done long decide, who a this couctry is see them. 10:3 and faithful service fur South Car sovereign, the citizen or the dololiua, both in times nf war and. lar. A NEORB HK.H.HIA1I. Tho address is issued from peace, and it must be a griovous Kansas City, Mo., Dec. 15. A Kas., and is signed by deledisappointment to him in his old' BfTft tn llO Bhltail oo!i1a a tnnlrn ' gates from seventeen states, ten delegation of negroes from llolle view Hollow called upon the chief of them being southern states. room for a younger man. and requested of police Ti'nr nnrfoot.flttitirr Snllo pnnol permission to bold ghost dances. VEDKIIAI. fUKT OP KI.KCTIONM. to finest inerchiuit tailor work, go Thev said that a Messiah had ap iuuuii is now ueing saui auoui i" IIaltzer & SnAW's suhi call neared to them and tbem to dsnoe and prepare for "Uncle Sam" tending to his own for Strouso & BrosClothinc. " f Ill, alll nan t.i daaIhi. U Al.nn1AMl(.. THE INMIUKAI'IOX COM VKMTIOM. the end of the world, which would UIU VIVUIIUII wuu,ui.oa III DCUIII como for the white folks iu a of the uembeis of Congress. Dur and the Indians and At Ashville. N. 0.. on the. 17- - short time, ing the last session Congress, neirroos wonld be left to coutrol ...tlO-- of this month will bo hclda .! .Unh oi These negroes are of ,D,""nB "J ""convention that can bo made tho the earth. tnatoritv. ' determined who wirn'nnliDir,,.n.il,..i..n IIIUVII UUUUi . U the most ignorant class, and it is ..i. IHVHIiq Ut " -- " Wl.U.lll thoy are the victims of eiuiiieu 10 Bpoia in mat niusirioua me aouin. mho Hontherii Inter- evident Immigration Convention some clover swindler of tbeir race body. That was Federal control 'States who has cansed great excitement ofeleotious enough for any fair will assemble with delegates among them by Ills pretended .w !man, und was from revelations. Republlcnu point of view, perhaps and means of inducing a greater KOCH'S WOXRRKirUf. 1.TXPII. us eQectivo as bayonets at tho, immigration of sturdy, prosperous Tt wnnlil lift a discoverv of polls. Some of tho Republican white settlers In the South. Thero Senators seem to thinks and have is need for this cIiisb of settlers, equal importance as vacillation, If declared their intentions of not there Is room for them in every a cure oouiu ue lonnu tor conMany theories have voting for the bill now before the (date, and the intention of the sumption. Senate. President Harrison up- - convention is to formulate some been advanced by learned men iu proves mo uiii ami ir it ts passed puui, niter investigating tho l regard to this dread dlsenso, but sign It. Whether tho Ropub- - jeot, whereby tho prosperity and none havo ever attracted the at111.11110 icnucio iicono nn passage 'ikibo ui iuu oouiu win be uen tention and created the enthusienough to forco the recreant Son - U'flted. asm an the remedy of tho celeutora mill lllllkn tlmm vntn fur llio brated German, Dr. Kooh. If it The ""n continued scantit.V should only prove n pruvoiifative, bill. This thinir in votlttir men whether in Congress or ut the ?" c,,,cl"n. turke;, eii In Uili or be successful Iu n reasonable itsnlfleaut hr degree when applied during tho polls, is the source of all the evils !"Jl'teb,'0,"1,,,.,'",l T. xinrinmt cod'litloa.n ll nm earlier stages or the disease, it that may be said about elections. To lie . tt 10 mntitiiL ll. IS llio riiiiiajiinu aiirA ferment. now m.eupiuch lhlnt will be a great blessing, and prove t 111. , aIiA.iI.I engage tho Ju,'befor" rUim.i, noil. then noon... to bo a boon, only surpussed by attention onuuiii in nf tho law makers of the country. l!" ef.'0 ?nJ ''""" prlom Hib 11 hey nil nbsoluto euro for the disease system,1 l,,"i2,.' .,e,"'ii Evident lya secret bullot u" itself. Unlike many of tho other ?, in ." o that no man could tell hou i.h. rvunu, ,. lnnuniel-nir..i. discoveries iu the ...Miul will great such us vaccination,"healing it has neighbor voted, would tend to uch hof,, nJ wl,i li iruehir l pr art," remedy the evil, If not do away ty miieh Hie Mine In cll.fr lowni d not brought its author into great with it entirely, and would, no commun iIm. TIi Irnlh I. ih.i il.e frm disfavor with his professional ,ttentlon to brethren.or subjected him to crimdoubt, bo more conducive to fair IngiH'nple .lo oat Kr, elections than tho Lodge. Election poultry rni.inr n Ihl, ,ecii,m Hint lli7 inal prosecution. Dr. Koch and iwtnlr reim .qJ we ,UnpoM the , Bill. remedy are growing in favor r ...,. lllcr .1 . mnn I. Ih.i nil ci uiinf par tnain L. every duy, but there has not yet .i.,,' lr...Hiil ther. I, A ruble mossago wns rocrntly mull fernier. prtleiUrlr. whofirmer' been timo to determino the eft) ml jilt sent from London to ;AiiHtrali'a kmb ' 'ci to meh thlnB cy of the remedy, and our road-er- s which cost tho sondor $10,000. Tonii.ij. wine tm.( ,,, tlt tx. advised to form no opini. Messages are oftou scut costing .'ti. right rfqurJ, Somehow It don't ionsaro until more define Informaeia lo U,e iucb iLIdki lo b as much as $5,000. br Import J, tion can bo bad. tion to standing up twin fully for the silver dollar, is putting in some good licks for tho greenback. Give ns a greenback nolo, dollar for every national-bunthat is retired from circulation. tiine-Iionere"-- v 11IKUOOB PRICE rUR t'OHX. HIE TKAHK OUTLOOK. The reviews of tho weeki trade Undo Jerry Rusk's ngricnltural IIIOKMAN, KY., show that tho prospecjs of tho department scuds out tho market future nre encouraging. "Yet the reports for corn and oats, and PUt I) AY, DBC. 10, 1890. many recent and imeipected sends the farmers his congratulafailures keep up a feeling of un- tions with it. The present corn From nil quarters of tho conn-Ir- easiness. Many of these failures crop, he says, Is worth more than comes the universal cry for no doubt are the ultimate result tho last, and farmers will receive What will conmore money. of using more borrowed cipitnl more for it. Corn and oats are gress do uboat it. higher that these cereals have than is justlflcd by Tiik Mlcbipnn formers object to Stringency in money waiters is been since 1831. The average the echetne of loaning money to nf con- price of corn by tho returns Is w.l agriculturists npon pletigo of prop- enncl tnoro by tho wwit against '23.3 cents in 1880; tack of niauey. cents, 42.2 cents, against --'3 cents erty oiul stand in npon revolt fidence than the oats ngniiiRt the suggestions of the This confidence is being restored last year. But unfortunately ho craugo mid tho nlllnnce. slowly. The reports from the says, districts where tho crop was show that the a failuro do not rcalizo their proMr. BI.AND, of Missouri, In addi- west tiro good nud H B W TAttirrfl in THE HICKMAN COURIER. ahkbi-- - H Como early .A. BE Uickmam, 1800. Jk ft ' 2ffi "a?- COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS. !, -- r Kv., The people or the United State Council rati. Prtient Mayor Cowglll, are not alone in bearing a burden CouniilmtD I'urktr, Sliw, fimllb, Dtek. of a tariff taxation. The Mexicans nun, Kama e ami llerltek.two mcitlagi Tlii nilnulu of the ltt are protected in what they have win tea J, approtnl anil a'ciml. jtLtowau, to hay, and they pay a very good iceuuaT tax for it too. Kspoclally is this fit following KCeoanU wer prntnltil motion, war approtnl, true in the case of cotton goods, prpfrlj ant check wale, onlaautJ for tit ajfi'oil, orJr4 which are very extensively used 5 SO In tropical countries for olothtng. A Cirptnltr, tlUllnj prUanert, $11 DA Son, for nunilrlm, J The Mexicans pay nearly four J B.oh'ri'n for blaokmnith work, 6 M I,llui, prices for the clothes they wear. U II. Htuw, for tcraptr, ax, Ao , IS f0 IV. P. Tnjlor, for recording tUel, 2 00 So it Ir in Peru. A leading paper anil pram. there says that the tax on lard is ' A .? llolmr. tiirTty preieniei prom 00 tt only for the benefit of afow who qrtda X'.rA.iI.J".'meet, wniou wu orilaror menu 10 ueai in uau larti. iiieso auj Spanish countries need uo In- RBvi,i0m 0 c.tr chahtm. structlon In levyinea tariff. They n, tnmmUltv OB ,,,on of ht vUj learned that from tho parent conn- - onliuancu rrporicJ tity ha I oiifciii try, Spain, Who has tried it long vrllb Mr 0o. Warrtn, puMinber of lb enough to prove its value. Conn- - H'ckman Courier, with rrfereoc lo tin tries that havo over been undor f?" ! PrullnK f" w 'o 200 copl.a of clinrr ml onllnaoM, nd bl till ,1,. a.,,!.!, i,.rtr.n.... are he'far-- . inrvm mw 0ir,Kio therest behind in civilization, th. mimh.r or m.Wt0n,i ,.,:.. r.oi?..i n.c. l l lleallmalel dial th r.tUkn. eodl. Theso countries have hold to tllO tariff eoutinnally Why is it that fTld and Iraaicrlpt will coal, probably, o.OO, lh prtel amount can they have not Irtad thn world In' bo aMirUlntd unlit lb work It dun, manufacture, if .. tariff is o.,i. a i" & ,w-- What to Buy? 1 - k Trs. fiddle Jopej 01-- ' IIA8 SOW ON DISPLAY AN UN8URPABS1'.D LINK Fall aad Winter KilUaery. 1NOLUDINO ALL TIIK LATK8T AND .MOST m H I I : fPsjGsHl llaV 1 Fashionable Novelties! WOULD HE U' Jf (iLAl) TO SHOW SAM PA VOU 13 IV Hint WITH A OALL. TO ALL WHO MAY iwmwJHHb if m BjT kWHKK gPor Bore Kvet, SWAYSS ft f. I; RUQGISTSCO., 3D -- great blCSSlllg I fellow-cltizeu- com-burne- representative & this city yesterday, is somettiii': ,buii. after this Uiiiqno slyle: fnsti On metbn. . ; ... .... .Y Sunday-scboo- Por Tetter Jlrcld COWQILL'S and Kiagworm, 10 enforce lb ordinaoe In TETrSU OINTMENX. .Irlng off fir arm, lireeraektra, lorpclo, Mr. Joe Mulhattan, travelinc iky rockl. roman eandl, and o'hrr z For Wortut, evangelist, or more vulgarly speak pioilt nattrial, rrora (bit publication un Cowgill's Ploxtant Wcna Syrup ill afitrlb tbo ing, a drummer, of Locisvil'e, wns iboroagtifarc Chrlitruai hollclr, on tli Uading Solo and t brooch OU In tho city yesterday, says the city. Dr. Jh SATISFACTION OUAlUSThKD Tny Aau from xoxev kkfvsdkd. Bowling Green Times. Ml llubbud' lo tb Colltc; Moicuw Avenue possesses theacnnaUtanco from the depot lo Elfinr.tr' enrorr, from Per Sale by the 1'roprlelore, of every man, woman and ctild in KSogtr'a corner by Faria & Parker's ! hi to Clinton meet. Ihen on Clinton tho city, aud his fame as a mown & COWGILL, then on ed liar is world wide and plover Jetrtel to lb pott Qce, arvunu ,nEicbange rv iw iu is, and biul. Alio guuiienion is ascieilllio, Mr. XIn.V ifvci, ibene alons Ih ivtj and elrwl . .. . liar ailtl lies only tor the pleistiro around to Hie bri.1k atainler. and lo Hickman, : : : Kkntucky. ' pwrwit hoMDK, &, on all other in there is iu it. His latest, wliluli was told ton number of leUng',,r,,,uVlf pub,le plV." L0 ,1" "V7, "" A.IL3 'A'ilJ. t'LHATTON'N LATEST. On motion, Ilia City Marnhal U 10 wo ilon, furnlab Otinel) wl'h Only cents and up for papering i irtntsrlpt copjr for lhlr furlbtr aslUa. n room. u. n. Wilson & Uo. ro rituniaiT tiik cm or riRt criACKKaa, o am fc Wall SO rnpor cheaper than ever. bu, w ,mt exM,a ,h MaoUB ,,eBt On motion, th eommlllre wore dirtcUd to the ordtnanc. anil at nviii grt COW&ILL'S SYS SAL71. Neuralgia and HhenmatUoi, J.nd Donlorw in- - ri COWOILL'S WSASEL OIL. - For Pii,,, COWOILL'S PILS OXOTMSKT. DKUflS, MKDIOINKS, STATION Kit Y, SUNDHIKS, TAINTS, OILS, KANOYOOODSi ?PW!aHaHLvAlVHFt! LI mjnV fl J.J TTTrj-J- AHnBrii B 1 it)REMi&SV2 A winks O IT II II rrd "miKiWLwlSaH c rf y iKXwflvtKlKtl ymsmg waBg MEDICAL usk. PRESOIlirriONS rV A SriSOIALTV. lU Mul-hntta- u run aAaayaaiaaal COWGILL f fJnVinWtiTT I'HAIIMACIHTH, T "OL.D KXIiZABZJSI" I Ki. Fpltn JiJ 5(ckkindIh cfvery belt mikta of all HARDWARE, l IJBslXftS Council adburaed. &" W. I tho weeic uown in Aiisstssippi, wntrei ILILNOIS CENTRAL TINWARE, STOYES, &,:,, witch art eff.red it ONE PKIOK, sal tbat I h i degrees ubove zero, Col. Sttoo- JtAILROAD ! dard's force of ucgros wcro busilj yourThe best place In town to buy Groceries is at W. S. Ellison's. The Pcpobx and Preferred Ilcuta, engaged housing a crop 01 pop Tho committee of Congress corn. On Saturday at noon the', mil Uwrl Quicker In lime and lxty-o- n Innt year wns nausea mill tho ne o Improvement! of lb Mltettelppl rlerr r Ibaii anji ll,r tl,rMxli cr (on on th will 1.0IJ a nfeoUl dret groes worn given the rest of the IU UtkrlO lay as a holiday. Thoy loft the Mndr In January lo bear ciirlnecd effrct of tie.. and went to the small wbleh U preparatory lo action on th Ilur railroad station near by to see the I row inn, which bill appropriate nine bulMlotc leee on both evening train arrive. While ab - 'wll,io dollar ide of the .Ui,lllpcl from Cairo Now tl. " ani.l tin, nrll. ( Th couimllt em to fator was Stored lOrleani. Clop Of u pW10,j,, (0 take Ih. in.nroten.ent uiu 1, iiu me iidoi iium tiiu of leteei under Uoeernmenl control, aad burning timber caused every grain dtcldrd to take leeiimony on Ih ubect. thermometer regisiereii i McCUTCHEK, C. C. vtry lowetl Ibe market Juttltit, Roofing HERTWEGK, All el ov Specialty I & G9., , gtdt guaranlenl I be at reprrnealtJ plantation eodnrtr an to ih lore, HICKMAN, KY, 1 , ,l,!l. .... ...... .uu fr 4 ul GALTZER tuk cclhuuatko - UNUVAtrruiuuu; LA. NEWORLEANS i.4uiit 10 iiitynfictnl Cvatktit fallman Unfit Stitptrtl 77ui Altttii o Tint I Alll-::::c- c I I pop'. 00011 tho whole plantaTUBOUQH "TTItb mirj hrti anJ nmU iwmi, tion was covered with the white wrh.l tl hvnn aaj 'kernels' aud a mule 28 years of The party rItcu Thurilay night latt by PULLMAN r BUFFET SUEErERS age, which was housed In an old Tom and John Lauderdale wal th moil T- Vburn near by, saw the grouud cov- tnlojabl afTlr of the teaaon. Ihefirtl ered with tho white caps of the ball of tlirveolng wapnt in playing latter popped corn anu wuile the ther- (anil, th niuaie ball In dancing. by Th From allpoiatt, tb.nce via ll. 8IIORT the Lt.NK, Illlnolt Central It. K, lo n turnWhod mometer registered 75 degrees delilful Salmon Band. Refreobment were tertcd New Urleana, La., am) above zoro, frozo to death, think at 11 o'clock, and at 12 each and eeery Jaokaoa vitlr, Fla. ing the white grains of corn were one, Ibanklns lb kind hotet for tbe Mr. Mulhatteu was pleaiat enln. returned horn. Tbooo DON'T M18TAKKTHK ROUTE TO tbo guest of the Young Men's in attendance, were: Ham Johmon CAU.irOHMA, FI.OKlOA Christian association while la the Milt Carrie Ramage and MeCulehen. Hrynnl "! l'iI nd TF.X.1K IOITM. oily. Mary Andereon and Charlie Ualuer. . n-- . MtU Bee that your Tlckeu reail over the Illluu I'.fo Juue. If yon want choice oats of Mtbil Ootldtr and Will llolcomb. nolt Central lUllro. Mabel Truby and John Iiudcrdal. Roast, tender Reef Steak, &c, go A8h. AOENTrJ FOK IT. Nellie Kof or and Tom Lauderdal. to W. S. Ellison's. Nionl Rogere and Sm IUUow. For further Infortnallon, apply lo Memphis, Tonn., HICKMAN WAGON, EEIOKMA.TST. IvliiSrTTJ01v-V- . snow-flakes.- " lrl ii.. i. Iriu FUENITUItE. FUENxTURE. DEALEHS IN STEPBDENS & TYLER, nrMMRKNT CONTEST. I To-pek- a, to-da- y bad-order- ed I The fr!nd who gathered at the Malbo-lil- t Church lad Friday of enlng lo hear tbo oratorieal eonleil for th Demoreil Medal, wre much pleaied and entertained br the rrcltatlooa of th elau. Till m the third eonleil, ami tbera wat marked Imprueeotenl In lb delivery of, thoie who hay Uktn part In all of them. The interest in thete ineetlnit U due lo lb untlrliift effortu of Mr U. II. Hubbard, a member of lb W. 0. T. U , under who auapice theruiiteila lake place. Il it to be lioprd Hie olaia will continue a the enrol sk are produotle of good lo ibm-(eleand pleaiur a well a profit to lhoe who to to hear Iheiu. On lail Friday eenlnj lb medal wm warded to Mli Marie llrerard. Mottle lltlin and Alll Parle, let Bryant and John Dillon. Jr. Powell, Llue Luttrell, Willie Koyr, Qober Wearn, Charlie Nisbols, uiyde uoalder, Hob Uoalder, Jim Dakar, fctl Adamt, John Dillon, Sr., John Ad- am, Thn liogert, Lit Kirkpalriek, Lunt ford ODaulcl, lien Ilamage, Mre. Aliee Wearn and lillle daughter Willi May, Mrt. LuttrsH and Mr. I'itl!(U Lni(r4ii, or Wrn, Julia Lou Kamege and Arthur Colhran. Maude Morrlt and Claud Morrli. Myrtle Coleman and Rantom ColeminMary Helm and John Harnett, Pearl Wearn, Sadie l'lttmmer. Kdo GEO. II. WYLLIK, Tattinger Agent, A - J. KNAP1, Agent, Att't Un. Metnphlt, Ttnn. Pegr FarRltiirc and Codertuker's Oooils. eanrarouiiimi W are oflfrtif all graile of I'laln, MMInm anil Pin all llnietnr Ohnlrs. Rookorn, Kathfille, Trnn. TWO, DON'T FORGET flrst-olas- a k.i..... h I f thol" M rep-minde- d -! sub-wil- i ."".,.... , I unr l. " '"""""'. "' , MV .-- 11.1 . i . ,e -Imontbis forthereaion that be hat threaten- kill the lOV um. .nil tnorviftrj He I eracv upon thltiubjtcl, although apparently ra- A beautiful reildence In Kail Hickman, uonai uon moat otnere. .Miller it man dock ana Iroui about 40 year of age, and hat reeenlly o room, large nail, ami oulhoutee porob, 6 loll, len employed aa a aolieilor for th New goad cellar, cittern Information addreat, York Lift Inturanoe Company. Ther It 4o Por farther 8. W. LAUDERDALE. ll:2N4t proliahly no crank that the Government bat had to deal with, eircpt Oulleati, that Wall Papor at Cost ha ijiren more oaute for worry on the part of the Dielrict officiate than hi Petlrlof lo elote.out my present clock, Miller. I will tell Wall Paper, tome beautiful prlnle, at colt. Call early and make CIotlieN detlre lo announce lo (he eiliiene of lectioot. I MISS R. ADELLB ALLEN. 00 Milkman that I bare opend up a thop lo elean elothet and make (hem look new. Eupopsy. Will remove all .lnt and g renin tpola. I ute the I'eerlita Dye, whfch give good It what 7011 ought lo have. In fact, Tbl a fait color. My thop ia on Jtekion St., you mutt have II, 10 luuy enjoy lire. oppotitt Ilkkmtn Home. Thousand are aearohing for It dally, and S. J. ailANDEItSON. mournlog lxcaute they find it not. Thoua-ani- l upon thouiamli of dollars nre (pent in hope that The Illalno Uepublicans aro go. annually by our peopleboon. the And yet It lug around tolling the iieonlo thai they may attain thla We guarantee there is moro free trade under tho may be had by sit. mod according toUnit Dlltera, If MoKinloy law than there would Bleetrls and the uie peraiited In, will lorn have boon under tho Mills bill, had lirln vou Oood Dlgenlion and otitt the that become a law. Thou why did demon DynpepiU snd ioitall initead Ku- they yoll two years ago that tho pepy. We rccomiucuu ciectris inner d " Mills bill wub a freo trado schemo for Dytpepal" KldneyH. lleatcanl of Liver. GOe und Hold Blomach and that would rulu American indus- $1.00 per bottle at J. w. Cowglll' Drug eil upon earloueoccaelontlo that you can buy and substantial goods ut Uughanan'b at less pricos than you will find UCTWCtN advartiaod iu this paper. He can Oyaterm t Oystersl and will sull goods at n smaller Louisville and Memphis, Freth Oyrtere kept rtfularly during nr6fit thun any other house iu this wiru section of country. His goods me winter leusn, at. 11:11 W. P. fiEYEK'8 .were bought for the oahu sown, Pallman Buffet Sleeping Cars and at the very lowest nrices. MOM AND TO Ed. Wnrd S. Miller is tbe Gall and examine nnd be convinced XjOUlnvtliu.MmuplilM, llntoii nam of an individual who wat arrrtitd'ihat vou can Bave money and get lloiiuo, "VIciUliru, ttntl lldfcomi.n Wi,ln,lonidangerout'te j,e8t of goods at very low Now UrltmiiH, vlu Mli:MlIlIH. H. IiUOnANAN. prices. ..Ut. V-h- . i'o.Ier'tartnV Wardrobes, Chnmbor Sets, Mattronsea, Spring, Elo aanit w gixrante jur prlee lo UitluiL Ult ui a trial uiu Im ronrlm eit. tar"VanhtwliurlenonUndBrtakori' Qsorl) an! niteou stall coapcUUou Iu ltd line. IV oarri a larite lln ol Wooden o J UeUl.lu llurl Cuoe, trU4plliiit m1 Jsb Wotk a iMclalt, CSAS. Tobloi, Buroous, Waahatnnrls, rumltar at )ftlr irrtiicr.1 nHr. Wa BILTZM fru'i. JOHS W, lOlTOIM-- . T. Vrtt'U . TT, V. JOll.tSOX, Ci.kltr. for'e HICKMAN BANK. HIOKMA.nsr, KY C&JpltELly $50,000. 3eln roslirly organized nnd ready for bualnoae, we respectfully solicit tho patronage of all. All collections mado for dujiooltors froo of charge. Approved paper running throe or four months discounted at the rat of perceut. por annum. Uln. SallO TSS QUXCS AMD OESIHABLS EOUTS To AID FROM New York, Philadelphia, lialilraore, Wa.h ington, Norfolk, Old Point Comfort. Richmond, Buffalo, Cleveland, Toledo, Chicago, Indlanapollt. Cincinnati, Loulivlll Koalern nnU Norllienaiern l'alnla, AND 0. IJALTZKK, 11. Mmpbla, Vlckihurg, Ilalon Rouge, Cleaning. nettee. Teiat, Arkansat, Mil. tlttlppl, Ioiililn, am) TUB NeUTII AMU SOUTH WKHT. flrtt-ata- New Orleant, Mobile, Little Rook. Hot Hprlngt and poind In Weil Ten- - A. A. PARIS, DIEiBOTORS. T. TYLKIt, J. W. POWKLL, W.A.SIIUOK, 11. II. lilUWAllD, J. W. COWOILL. d tries! Utura. Th line ii thoroughly equipped and in condition, and providet an excellent arrangement In time and through oar. A FKATURK lb lime and con. vonlenee tecurtd by the Limited Exprem Train. Only a nlgbl' rid btlween Loulivllle ami Mempbl. anil I ho belt and qulekett aervtce between the two cltlea evr ofl'ertd. Por lowet relet, lime tablet, and all detlrod Informailon apply to FRITZ IIELLNEH, Ag'l, N. 0. & Ht. L. It. It., Hickman, Ky. W. P. MUKKKLL, Agent, Or N. N. & II. V. Co,, Rlvei, Tenn. AN, Agent, OrJ. N. N. & M. V. Co., Paducah Junction. Or W. II. PROUTV, UsnM Pat. A'gl, lmlivlll,-- , Ky, 1 mwn kmhm, JNO. W. MORRIS &. 32AST iCITuvMA.ISr SON, Prop's. MANUir.VCTUllICllH OV FINE BUGGY SPOKES AND CORN MEAL. WfWllI Clrlnit Iuul lflvury Agents for Morris Machino WorkaUnrjlncs and Boilers. uluiiluy. AuglO-- l mrvc 0 H &. ' " 4(KJ. ?.:iv. I :-- iu .rfL &-IH5- v 0 ,Kl aws Dried Fruits, Bacon, Lard, Wo buy anything you lmvo to sail. Wo will buy your Cotton in tlio Sccil, or iu the Bale. Your Corn, Wheat, Oats, Wool, Furs, Feathers, want Dry Goods, Millinery, Notions, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Cans, Gloves, Hosiery, Clothing, Overcoat', Groceries, Provisions or Quccnswnre, givo us a trial, especially Investigate, Compare I Wo nro not ni'ss, sell Goods Cheaper, and give you Better Value for your money than any other house in town. Try usl Examine, m tj r. V style and fit, and their wear c;tu In fact, we are showing a l DRESS GOODS, not be equalled. This line of Hue of Dress Goods and Trim HUNDREDS OP OTHER ARTICLES EQUALLY AS nilngs, n nd at Ukmaukaiily Low goods needs no puff. Aft rye buys ono of those elegant A full line of Shoos of all sorts it) Dress Holies, In I'stterns, I'ltiaKH. Wo lmvo marked them $0. CHEAP, AND TO BE FOUND AT THESE with bountiful Ilnilitoit Trimming. to suit the times. Not n houso Iu mid kinds, and at all sorts of LOW PRICES, ONLY AT prices, 91.00 ami np, for Ladles the rjunii-titNot umny more loft, nml we can't town can show and Mens Shoes. nor touch our prices on Dress ilupliitato them. Those lire Hoods. They're all bcuutiiully left very cheap. cloaks and wraps on Dress Goods. f)Qa Thoeo double-width- , 3 Trleots, In Mil colors, arc tho SHOES I SHOES! Go at your own prices 91.25 and HICKMAN, KENTUCKY. best vuluos ever offered Iu Will bay the best Ladies Rfl up. We have a big stook and tJaat.JV aiioo lliut Is uiaiiuraetof They would bo considered ed. They aro simply perfect iu WHiit to close them out. uhvup at 10c. ' Trade With Those who Trade bean-tlfu- Potatoc, Butter, Eggs, &c, and pay you the highest market prices for tlicm. when wo offer these goods less than others do. "With. You. Wo carry the- gfe-- Then, why not, nrJtcnyiTi best Stock, end do the Biggest Bftsi- - Hiding our Light Under a Bushel. MILLINERY, oiio-tent- h cor-tnlnl- y nil-wo- SMITH, EMM Oar & 60 Onr Millinery will compnro favorably with any establishment. And tho Prices Well, you'll sny that onr Lttdlcs and Children's Hats and Gaps ate tho cheapest you over had offered you. 1 Our Goods and Prices speak for themselves. Note these; log tbnt will eqnal ours, not in this dren's Scarlet, Natural Wfiols community. Iu Price, iu lit, In, and Pnucles and we offer them they enn't bo exceedingly cheap. Style and Make-up- i beat. Wo will At yon, mid wo will pleaso yon, If you want a Suit, Pants or Overcoat. Domestics", Cc yard-wid- e UNDERWEAR, 15c 5c all-wo- Fhiiuiel. Red Ta- CLOTHING, Mole-iiiii- t? You won't find a stock of rREAQ Cloth- - your UnNow is the time to derwear. Wo carry a very largo lino iu Moil's, Ladies' and Oltil- liny ble Linen. "t coior, Turkey R. ADELLE Bleached 40cwoith COc. Table MISS Linen, well 8arel; whit ever other fault may attach to Hi el man mercbanla, It may not be OVKtt UICl'ltUHKNTH aid tbal llipy are not equal to the holiday Now, my good people, If yon Our New Goods wore bought before the tariff law took effect, and teaeon till year. Taking everything towc paid cash down; so our customers cnu liny good goods have the largest and best line of gether, ai far aa onr obaervalion gota want to buy some flue, nice ami jvJVtf) client) OmiUy anil Coufaotlotierlca ut us low prluo as over. Wo tako pleasure iu Ibere li ao teaeon wby ptaple abuuld HOLIDAY GOODS in the market. for Christinas, Just po to offering to the trade a largo sclectiou of think- tendlng oft lo tbe large cllle for I have made HEADQUARTERS OI'I'IOU, HANK UUtLMNO, V. K. OMVieatu. llhia aoytbjag In the lire of CbrlMmai goode. at their Btorc, wbercyou will find KENTUCKY. HIOKMAN, A stroll along Clinton itreetwlll eonvlence Something Beautiful 1 The Hickuisn Dramatio Comany one that ample provlilon hai been SomethiDg Elegant! pany will tirrainl 'Idv Audlty'e .Secrnl" again tonlglil. followed by Ibe Farce eh. from tho cheapest to tho finest quality. Something Exquisite! SILKS and SATTEEN8 made to mpply every demand. Tlie V laat Thaee prtient lilted, "Jumlio Juru variety loohooee from trpeari limllteia. Something for Old Folks! In various shades. N., 0. &8li7Ij. R. K. A large supply of night knew Ike nitrite of the performance, Something for Young Folks ! The Horn that make a tptelalty of I LKAVicj auriikm(lie opinion tbal the comI Tf.L -. it, U1 r. TrU ' 1, I r , and wt vtnturt Something for Girls! toya, &c, are elmply bewildering, pany It far euptrlor lo many of Ibe M, 1 W a. TraU lid. M, iiiw p. a. i rain Something for Roys! that vlall Ike ttwa. Kverybody diutoi, guaf, borni, trumpet, and an fct VBBBBaal , ' I This road makes close rtfiueellon iwith ie lavlled to cttue oul lo algkt, and a Something for Everybody ( llic L. A N. at MeKenilo felag north, aad Innumerable Hit of trick that in the wbloli must be sold and BOLD VERY LOW. ltb lLa N. ,1 at M. V. at I'e.lucab junc- ptiaeint time li protalitd lo all. day of the Coubies wire never n tion nsrth aaJ Ilia Nwbr drtampt of. It If ajoytoaee a mother W. 8. Ellison keops tho best FLANNELS, JEANS, (oli( milk. lagging along tbe alreet with one or Bore Roasted Coffee Iu town. Try a BLANKETS, QUILTS, Goods uow ou display. See tho following lists for presents to 8:10 pound of It. children, tee their aparkllng eye, and TABLE OLOTH8, TOWELS. BOYS. GIRLS. LADIES. r.ow and lien one stick hit or tier pug CARPETS, NAPKINS, Tho dwelling house of Mr. Guns, Dolls, Kasels, noie agalsil the window pane trying lo Fire wee Robtrt Utaabam, Woodland Milk OIL CLOTHS, RUGS, Engines, Doll Hammocks, Optra Glasses, 'i by Art, Kuoday laat. Mr. getcloierle the beauties diaplayed within. Tho Constitutional ConventDoll Buggies, Dressing Cases, bail i fire In the cooking stid many other articlos too uumeroas to mention, all of which will Many a good mother tttecla Ihe chriilmat-prtteul- , Steam Kugiues, etolaer for lbs holidays. ion adjourn Mituic Lanterns. JManos, Municure Sets, tote, and went off to church, and It It In her mlnd't eye, debalta, and must be SOLD VERY LOW. Don't fall to bay your Fresh auipeard tbe fire waa Ibut eaoted In tout Tool Chests, Household and Kitch- Toilet Sets, and ,Joubti, and only regret Ibat Drums, way. The bouithold Meats from W. S. Ellison. furniture wti en Furniture. Mirrors, We are in earnest when wo claim to have the best stock of pretty well all etved. her children eloeklogt are not capacious Horns, laeuranoe only Laundry Sets, Work Baskets, Wo hopo our renders are mak- - JOOO. It waa about Die beat houet In Ibt enough to Wld all Ibat Santa Claus wants Wagon 8, Iron and Tin Stoves, Music Binders, Ikr ample preparations (or "swrariaf on"' village, and tbe Iota will be considerable. LADIES ANO CHILDREN'S SHOES, AND MEN'S BOOTS AND SHOES to give, led, ala, there maybe others, Horses, on New Year's day, Buckets and Cups, Gold Pens and Pencils, Before purchasing Christmas whoae tyei are dinined, for Ihe lack of Tops, Knife and Fork Sets, Gold OIovq Buttcners, in New presents, iook Tho stock mnrkot that wo ever bought. Give any of these Goods a trial, and you will that which older once know is ntceeikry Balls, ai mo Trunks, Nut Cracker Sets, York I tasking- - s anil prise sr gredu. and the BEAUTIFUL Ooods be convinced that our house Is tbe place to buy lo secure the smiles and favor of tbe Violins. Work Boxes, ally he com I sf steadier, Handkerchief Cases, at AMBERU'S SON'S. mystical Santa Claus. This lip ut in lo re- Harps, Vases, Card Receivers, llnveyon seen tho beautiful mind baebdlors and the rich, to remember Hanks, Scrap Books, Bronzes, Kii.vntwAju: .i The fllinatmaa nf IRftO will ! the1 poor not aven ftr gelling (he Courier Music Boxes, Albums, Albums, J. AMnEHO'fl SON'S. OUR IMMEN8E STOCK OF aeon be upon ua. Thanksgiving, i Games of all kinds. Vases. folks. Bui, there are preaenti to be had Blocks. IV ! rvvuniiinitl Ol oe uoTCrnor anu Bishop Dudley writes to the from my price up to the most coatly. Vestry ot St. l'sal's Church Dial lbs Hick. l'rtildent, wae oo line aad we venture la ; Goods PRESENTS FOR GEKTLEMEN: li Tber Is everytblnf lo please the fancy, parish will probably soon Be lup plied tar that Cbrlilmat following the mn of Santa Ctaue wilj net be If with a new Minister. and lo charm the eye, whittl all the show-eas- Smoking Sets, Whisk Brooms, Moustache Cups, prvmpl. Prepare new your good ediblti display a varjsly of warta, both uis. Cigar Cases, Collar & Cuff Holders, Wulkiug Canes, and when tbe tint cornea bt glad that the Is complete, utid you can find just tbe quality and price you want here. All tho latest stylts of New bere when ful and ornemenlai, and sulable for gifls Cigar Holders, Gold Pens, Books, Patterns. Fushlon Sheets make year wilt toon bt reeotullon. you can again your good A LARUE STOOK OF ou thle great gift giving occaiiou. The Pipes, Gold Toothpicks, 1). E. Wilhoh & Co'h. Pocket Books, freo ut dealer' in lha taorv subatanlal lints have Shaving Mugs, Violins. Ink Stands, The popular ami favorite hotel out their d I. play of the finest goods, dress Iu tho Irish campaign, Paruell It T. Douileaa, baa had bit boute, good, hats, furnlure, sloves, hardware, recetvrJ a aide of lima In bli face, which Jewelry books, kg Our merchants enler-prlama; rtniltr him tolelly blind, The Irlih Ibt Conroetelal Hotel, refilled and re Go to W. S. Ellisou's foryour aliould be rewarded by a liberal beal lb A world fur furlona politic. Glassware, Hardware, Doors, Sash, Blinds, Moulding, palronage. Frosb Meats. Oils, Paints, &c, coustuutly ou band. A nice suburban residence jknowlrdgrd by alt lolt cue of Ibe beet The Acme is the best Harrow in for clt Improved and on easy terra. i caterera in tint etellon, and hat a cook I use, and at prices as low as cau WANTED. I Our Motto Good Goods, aud Sell as Low as auy IIoubc! Yr further InforiualloB apply at Ibt Known reran'! near Mono or the liett, be bought anywhere. A position by a young lady, as U Courier otBee. auil now that bit lioute baa been retiovaltd, indebted not teacher in a private school, or as or All parliesmnst come to tn, either bysettle out and alt may know tbey w HKLJIBROS, Ag'ts. irvllhti BjF J. Hays Illitlr is spoken of as beet tbe market affordi, and the bctl ae- governess iu a good family. She theaccount, by January forward and After se27-t- f m Hickman, Ky. same lit, ItttU. a aullaht aiicctitor of Jo, lloti at Mafia coraoHidallona In all ' is a graduate of a good school. that dale all elairaa will be placed In the Irate lo Ibt Kuluo llUtrlel. II la a rimkI References given if required. Ad- bands of an offictr with Instructions lo In euusljr aflalr. man, and dress P. 0. box 24, Hickman, Ky. bring cull at once.T. Slrousc & Bros' popular atid 12:5-l- f T. 8WAYNE A CO. We will pay the highest price INSURANCE. L L BATIS 0. M. Peacock & Son, goneratll merchant at Tiplonvllle. I.ake county. r Tenn., made an attlgDmenl laal llabllUUrt e4llm.lt J at MS.Cp atitlt not known. The firm tblpptd lbrir eotlon to Mrmnhla, but the major pnrtla of their ilock of Kooda were purchaied' iu Hi. Loula, aud many uf tbelr cteJItor ar mrrchatiia of Ibat eliy. wtil-Tbel- ffojariff! ffojariff! ' noinAY atiihk SfercliaiitM lit PrciBr- StlOM, ytHAT I HAVE TO SAYI J IIAVB tkaveled around lnsecting Clirintmus Stocks, antt nave luuuu una ALLEN, . Sutee nor lo J. : C. JXliion. Books and Stationery, IIicicman, BOOKS : D. E. Wilsoa & Co. Kentucky. W STOCK, NOT KUI'T request. Stationery of every variety and style, BGk. Also, nee nt for the leading rs of lb United 8lala. news-pape- - Hickman Uallrtmd Tliuc Table. N- garble Works, hickji ait, ky. Mabbi.!: B. C. RAMAGE, otAiaa ii Italian and Amimcait M0NU.MKNT8, TOMB In AMP QBAVK t. -. - ehll-dre- ai , Ladies and Children's Cloaks and Jackets, Uf fut ehlld-boo- d aecotu-molatle- Large Stock ! Well Selected Low Prices ! HAVIRO mv LOCAL NEW y work. Orders from ailed. May 26. BT0NE3. a Dae tot of Italian Marble, 1 aat Call aad eiasjlDtr iitk, tho country nioavttly Dran-liam- heal-tale- s, A. F. OLIVBK, HICKMAN, -- uourun )o( KENTUCKY. J. BOOTS und SHOES. Furnishing I IVE ME A TRIAL when yon want Dlackauiltbing done, or repairs on VaroDS, &c. Horseshoeing a specialty. 1 alto keep a full line of T triuit Undertaker's Oooit, Common, Koaewood, and Solid Black Walnut Coffins and Csaea, which cam be itto.I Gents' and Clothing es up on short notice, and at reasonable rices. Oive nte a call. WST Shop near Ibe Jail. maj2o-8- s But-tcrick- 's !, liuXril!. reti, ker. FctxiaJJLy- Grooeries. your Blaekimlthltig and gentrnT Itepairtng done at And icei STOP! Obion end flock-botto- AOME HARROW. J. F. GRAY'S, ( Cbrncr o Notice Notice HIOKMAN, Good Work at motto. fj AMBERG'S SONS. EitXrtfi Strati,) ZY Mew. My airlntJ TTORK a specially. iOUH y, KAY. taar26-l- f norfcul-titlu- g bo hud only at Baltzku & Suaw'h. Mr. J. 0. Flouruoy. a nromls- Ins ounf laarrar iif K.jlton, a a. aiarrletl Id Cbarlallr, S.O.. n Dro. 17th, la Mlat Larrl (1. Wattt. Jojr ud biplDrM ai. lend Ititw. The finest lino of Toilet Soaps In flue Clothing are to 'a town at Mlsa V. Mhi-- o In Ibt Utruerral eonlttl Friday laal, and tbe will iltttrtrd It. la rf Ibe tlgbt conlr.taota taoli well dtitrffd a irimlura. mlil III tiif fuel S. Ellison's. BrevHrd won the -- Buck Buoa'ls thoplaoo logo to lmvo your eyes tested and fitted to Spectacles of nil kinds. S:22 during Ibt nttt wttk at coal lo cloat Oul litr large alotk. The llt.UK RtUliOJT 8CH00L DO YOU NEED AN now, beeauie he hat been such a great soceet financially. He la oppoaed to free nilver, but thinks tbe southern An election will be in Ihe City ioplo ootbt lo be left alone lo manage Hall. In Hickman, Ky., held Mondar. the on tbe negro problem. 6th day of January, 1891, between the KENTPCKT STREET The Memphis and Cincinnati hours of 8 oelock, a m., and 4 o'clock, p. se27-t- f m., for the purpose of electing a Mayor packet Ohio struck a log and aaak at Cotcositanlly on hand forbro KEEPS sale tonwood Point Monday night at 8 o'clock. and ill Counoilmtn foe the year 1891, at which election all qualified erson are FIVE MILLION SPOKES WANTED 1 8he was cnronle to Cincinnati with a HORSES, BCOOIES asd HACKS. dozen patiencer, 200 bales of cotton, entitled to vole. lUvlne purcbaied Ihe stable, horses By ordtrof the Council, tbls Dee. 2nd, 1,400 eaelci of cottonseed meal and some We aro desirous of Durohaainsr. and entire outfit of V7. IS, Plommer V. U McCUTCHEN, sundries. Tbe boat will probably be raised. I860. to continue tbe aud from now until January 1st, 1002, we 12.5 Cily Clerk. No live were lust. 6,000,000 BUQQY SPOKES, for oliclt palronae- - newepan Jay Gould is quoted in all the Election Notice. forConntrv I'roilncp. Alnn. vnn . .. ..., v CAIl alwnvs Ami a freah nnnnlv nf Uuttor, Eggs, Chickens, &c, and a general line of Family Groceries, at our store in East Hickman. sale and livery stable -- 51 Faris & Parker, buiia, peoplo will unto with i1ca.ure that Mia Adtllt Alltn'i UiulU U .itc 0f t.hrl-t- r OsoJj wJ!l ts uU The Overeoat or loa If so, cull at once and secure one at yoitr We have too many heavy SHOES aro tho only Shoes that givo entire satisfaction. For salo only by II. Buchauuu. 10:3 Kkvh Lost. 2.50HRWAut! own price. All owners of cily lots in Kait Hickman, respondent furnishes a "cltliens ticket," fronting on south side of Moscow Avenue, whioh U printed In this Issus, headed by betwetn ihe College and J. W.Morris A corner, sre hereC A. iloicombt for Mayor. Mr. Moleombe Don'snotified loon Seventh Htreet, or walkhave pavements, I a firat-clabuaineis man, and one liked by by everybody, and tbe Councilman there ways, put down in front of their lots, with named are clevtr men and would make brick or pUnfc, wllhin SO days from this cs tUIr p.iltu.Ia , good ofieere The old Mayor and Oct!?!!, dste. A ao far at wt know or believe, have made a ame will be done by tlieolty at the owner good record. Tkere are no Issues involved etiienee. lit order lbs Council, this Dec. 41b, 1890. in the approaching contest, that we hear W. L. McCUTCHEN, City Clerk. of, other thin ibe "Us and Ibe outs." and personal liienlngs, As. It Is to be hoped the eonleit will be pleasant throughout. Is developing, and It Is feared may grow warmerai the holidays prsgrtit. A cor Some city election excitement Sidewalk Xetlre. which we will pay Cash on Parties doelrlng to sell must first call at our ofilco and mako contraota for same in writing. Respectfully, JNO. W. MORRIS & SON. Hiokman, Ky. do-live10-J.- Don't Tou Forget It! rv 'r ir a. !iU TJm(. Jt JI V V Jld. Xzx&uoexu.ss.i! If It li any Inducement to bur good, fresh OrtOCKUlES, at M low prices as they esn waited on patronage prscialed, be bouBbt elhtwbere, and to be politely, and to know that your is thankfully received and ap why call at I). II. lilliA.Nl'S Zoois tlio To AHMortmont t or AT COST. GROCERIES tta Fonnil X2T delivered lo Lett on SVcdociJaT la-- t, ITili n.l,llir.a kf ua a ting. Un a bia.. t,rjr, Ibe utber tlttl ktjrt ont with aertw on tod. 7b findtr will be jiai.l a6o by rlomlnt KaANK TlloMlfoN. lotui to to jt Overcoats, Jackets. Newmarkets, &c., and are llooal Alliance, now jrt tbal Hit Clneln-na- il Third I'trtj tattling at oalltJ, U not a contention, but I in pi a ronferrn ol couimltttci, lo eontldar wbcllier a Third l'arljr will bt orftnlitd or not. President Polk, of the Na- - determined to slaughter prices in order to close out the line. Quest Rocking Chairs aud Lonug-eever brought to Hickmau, and at prices cheaper than ever. Don't Forget It I Stbi'iikns & Ttlkb bas the s To close out glock, I will Bell LEATHER GOODS, such as Itridles, Dick. Hands, Ao., at Coil. 8.19 DR. anlti.'8C. V. B. BRYANT. PHYSICAN AfJD SURGEON HICKMAN, KENTUCKY J. JL. FARIS A. TUIAII GIVE II I M any part of llie City Goods niCKMANI A FULL STOOK OF t'ltixctsw entertainment at Cajret, on Cbritltnai Bro nlglit, la I bo. ntw churcb. Tbe tadltt Alii .Sotleljr of Ibat plaea will Try a borrel of W. 8. Ellison's Fancy Patent Flour, tho finest hi tho town. Thoro will be a Christmas tree loraalelo BALTZER A SHAW. - For Mayor snd City Council of Hiokmen for 189h Fvr Mijif C. . S!u.mov. J. W. Ilogsn, R. II. For Councilman Drevanl, C. K- - Eaker, D. U, Dry ant, II. C. Judge and D. C. Ramsgt. Ticket OTFEUS bis Professional Services to of lllckma!) snd vicinity W. DIESTELBRINK. Family Groceries. space nam all A. W. LINDSAY, Attoratjr-at-Law- NO trouble lo ibow lo , Come and see, al tbe oorner of Troy and Moscow Avenue, Eaal Uickrarn, Ky article, bat good. no HICKMAN, KY. Office with B. S. Murrell. 8:15 MABSIBD. . BAKERY !BAKERY! Jnlco, Jba. 1 Ibe blgbeit blddtr a beautiful Aulograpb Albuot Qtillt. Kftrrbodr In find to altcud. U urT.r ,t . Jfm at - - .. ' i In thii couutr, on Dee. 14th, 1890, Mr. W. II. Jurney and Miss Avis Davis. On Dm. 17, 1BW, Mr. Cugtae Look lo Id la "3X: Mainjl. Aln. Attorney i at - Law, -- B. T. DAVIS, niCKMAN, KY. Havlnc bonsht out Office, Clinion 51., Laoleds Block, R. M. Mctbeny'iCltjr Uakery and (Iroeery, 1 will be pleased to eee all bis old friend and customer rrc-Hl-i Go to W. P. GEYER'3 for your (rcsh Oysters. He koops tho best iu the market. Also, try 115:113 him on other goods. 1"ho eteatuer City of Batou Frsioancod Hopoloss, Yet Saved, From a Idler written by Mrs. Ada E. Ilurd of Oroton. 8. D we quote; "Was Isken with a bad cold, which settled on roy Ludr, cough stl In and finally la Consumption. Four doctors gave roe up laying I could live but a tborl time. I give wyseir up to my Saviour, ilttermlni',1 if I could not slay with my On the night of tho 25th of friends on earlb, I would meet niy absent onee above. My husband waa advised lo y December (ClirlitmaaJ I lie Methodnt Dr. King's New Discovery for School will have an entertainment get Cougbs and Cold. I gave It a al tbe Mitbodlal Church. Everybody look In all eight bottles; It bas cured to attend, and Ibe patroui, parent! trisl, and thank God I am now a well and and frienda of lha tehool are earntilly me 0, rt quested to eontrihala miitable gift lo be hearty woman." Trial bottles; free al60o A. Ilolcombe' Drugitors, regular else, dlnributtd on that occailon. All parenla audjl.00. will tee that their children are provided for. All pretentt mutt be ami lo Ibt llnrklrn'N Arnlest Mnlve. church between 10 a.m. aud 4 p.m. on Tin Hest SaLva in tbe world for Puts, that day. Committee Miaa Kate Mitt Bulla Millard, J. T. Caiacliy Drtilws Bores, Ulcere, Ball lllieunt. Kever Sum, Tetter, Chaped Hsnds, Chilblains, and J. B. FuQtta. Corn, nd all Bkin Krupllons, and cures Pilea, or uo pay ruired. -- There is nothing more approIt Is priate for a Christinas present than or guarsn teed to civ perfect satisfaction, raooey refunded. Trice 'Ji eenta er a ulce Rocker or Parlor Lounge. box. For sale by C. A. Ilotoombe, Drttg- Bun-dalluch-anaH)I-live- ly AlwuyH un Ilunil Dread Ilrcml, Will attend promptly to all business inchl-- i '90 lo bis cre. lyou every day. Wacon will vKlt - il8lf (1EO. KOEBNER- llouge muck a inag and went at llrnnltinje Landing, Mlit , tail Friday. It It known that two deck iitMtogert lott their Uvea. Ube watont of I lie Until tttam-er- t Gov. Buoknor has pardoned Tho farmors are entitled to on the rl'er. Hlie wan valued at their fair proportion of all the hoiieri and out of the penlteutlary two oonviola whom and her Cargo at $100,000, although tbe court have adjudged Iniane. One of eraoluiiienli of public lift, aad Quadruple-plateSilverware, onie or tliiir teaatn, carrteu away, Ibett It Itobert Qulnn, who wai lent up aultable for ClIillbTMAB (IIPTd, at doublliti. by their teal for tbe eauae, are from McCraeken county lait January for J. AUUKHO'S SON'S. in the Iiablloi aiMrlltif mat me yeoman four yeara for houne. breaking. The irov li robbed ol bli birthright in Ihli reiptct, trnorxrantea a reipite in u'aeateto allow Tho Durdwclt 8tar has Ibe matter will senerally be found lo be hint lo be taken lo hi home In Union In road working In Carlisle oouu-I- ax Ibe lliokuun Courier found it lo anawtr-Inn- ; county, where the Jury relumed a verdict "that, when a bill la once out down it lucb a ebarse aa In Pulton and liiok- - of lunacy, and the pardon waa then ittuod tievtn growi back' and there fore rtcoa man counllta. uottrlir-journa- i. that Quiun might be taken lo Ibe aiylum. nwrid Ibat Idea to Ibe county court in For the best brands of Teas. Wlion you aro roady to look making approtirlalions. Oilier countlca inlg lit Improve by ibe luggeillon. at Christmas Goods, ploaso call .Coffees. Sugars, Spices, Canned $75,-OUd d jf jA. Hand-Mad- :F-ul1- ! e Leather Goads, NOW BEING SOLD AT Ijine of WATCHES, CHAINS, &c Just llocolvcil, nml will he soltl Cheaner than over hefore. livery thing guaranteed as repre sented ut If you waut u ulco Olirlstinns Cako baked, take your orders to W. P. GEYER. Can bako any kind of cako doslred, and will do it neat and cheap. Go and sou him in tlmo. 12:12 Tho great Irish fight now on between l'jrnell and antl.t'arnell briny lo at- mint that a proceie for tbe manufacture torney, waa ejected from a regular iaaien-fe- r of eiigar from torghuiu cane bai beta by wbloh augar can be made train on the Naah, Chat & Bt. Louli railroad, Tbtiraday nigbt of lait week, rhunlv enoush 10 eouiDcte with lha eraat between l'adiioah Junction and Union 'ugtr prvduelog eountrlea of the world. City, beeauie, aa we learn, Mr. Murrell Sort hum eaoe It vary rich In augar, but it alio I he mind of lh average newapaper itrlb- - rtluetd lo pay the conductor's demand for preventeontaina other lubeianoe. wbloh tbe elimination of Ibe eager Mir the following ikeleli of an anolont a 6 cinU mileac a rate, bt lenderinc lo my of the known procttteeofruanufaoture. by banle fought In the lamt oouuty, KlU tbe conductor the amount of tbe regular Mioy eiperlmenta have been made and ticket rat. Mr Murrell elaltua that beklnucy i fore boar.llnit the train be applied al the niiny Invtnllone have been patented with "There were onoe two call In 'Kilkenny, office at l'adueab Junotlon tbe 'lew of making augar from Ibe tor. Kacli thought ibere ma oue cat loo many, regulir ticket ticket, bill found that the I hum cane, but heretofore tbey hava all to tiurchaie a So they ijnrrelled and lit, Whether ihli attempt office wai not open and tbal there waa no been falluret. And wratched and III, one there lo cell It lo him; and that ba ao ill follow In the foot eltpa of all prevU Until, excepting their nalle, elated to Ibe conductor. IU will Inttltut tuiontt reiualoi to be teen. Certain It And Ibe llpi of llieir Ulli a tuit ajaloet the railroad company lo'ltet ii that firatlarge fortune awalli the maa 01 tbe two call there waan't any." euoccuful. bo la the legal point Involved. Stbimiknr & Tvlku una soo 'poods, Flour, &c, go to W. 8. El- 8:io their fine display of Parlor Loung llaoirs. l Again we see the announco- es, RookliiK Chairs, &o. on Yl-.Y- Ixehasged for Uyq 3tefe, Buck Bros. H. B. SHAW. $600 REWARD! THE OLD RELIABLE. Mr. R. 8. Murrell, county Come nt onoe and mako your selection, and we will deliver early Christmas morning. 12-1- 2 STUI'UKNS & TVLEB. AatMCHINf. AT COST. New Advertisements, mn avtfi isn. Frank Mtllsir. Lit a wit nor In! Artltt, who now charge of lh tlohta Karlwar Sknn anal .laaeale-l- a frt ,! Dialer In old omtoroeri ta Dew ontu, am! noouuai inai lor mo uexi ou uajri, &? DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES. log, culling, cbampooiog, Ao., will lit. lIU4 a( tSfiml. Cwtwaa! aaaiiejataewu a.t aa aal vtavtt w wvnwe " w Htuii pollleneeiIaam the .aah Country Produce of- all kind taksn in chair, aad oourtaay and rule fur 9"??Cash prioe paid for acooruou w an. uive Dim a trial. Rr.'-fall kluds of I'Uilb. R. E. CONNELLY & CO., hi Connelly, Kentucky, atilre hIr 8 Mules stolen out of Ike bottoms below Hiokman, Ky. One brown horse mil Id, 4 ysars old, 16 hands big h, branded with "L" on right shoulder. Uos bay.ronn mule, 5 vein old, 16 bands high, branded with "L" on left sbouldsr. One hint) horse mule, 0 renrs old, 16 bands high, branded with "IV' on left hip, -- W" on left shoulder, and underbit In right ear. Tbe above reward will be paid for Ibe recovery of said mules, and the arrest of tbe parlies wbo stole them. SOMETIME lXJXiBS STOIBISr I LAST FALL the under, OHAS. A. HOLCOMBE, Dealer iu DIGS BDICINES, I PAINTS AND DYE-STUFF- S, 0. II ISOO. WATSON, 10:21-2- Ii. li. WILSON, W. II. LEECH. HICKMAN, KY. Wlngo, Ky., Out. 'JI, u PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED. & jM v$M SMMsaBBSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSHWaMBBMaBBMaSBMMMaaaSJWMaBlSSSSS I A How , HEARTY M LAUQHIN' Not to TIME. skerco Chris mm t a cent unit How Irlril Mel Kti llirUtiuas, itlleil. rel with Tom Hrte. for It was that that same tnornlnjr behxl received a cablo-Rrato t calling bl t I ah And KM.. For possession of a IsrfP cstto loft him, wasteful presents kid reaehed homo tor thnt scasn t to (At and yostonlay he tho llrst tlmo slnM his hurtled depart-urn rwrar Paliocarkllateilan' guessed It win "I was Just bcRvMune my Wile, with tetter so, tho world then,' he mused J "now I nut wo on'y thought and feel llko a warrior, o' tU' shllltn's an' How enUulastlc Tom and I not once o' llttla lonely. wcro thonl how tloso our friendship V?Sl On'y M tlmo kep was I" Mrnnhln' n n A tf. And taking up in old letter, a low Utirls tnus wui laugh burst from his Ups ns ho roa(1 ,u hero. I begun to wish It wui over an' Bono fer another wltly allusions to a almost forgotten collego scrapo. jear. An' I see thnt pa wui bothered, ho'd seen an A ory dliToront look famo Into his onrajr way, pages ot tho subjle It tho subjlo faco as ho glanced don tho An'hoalirinehanKcd tho noxt lullur vtblib ot 5lls 7 ar--1 wut Chris mus day; Ker Joe kep' a tcllln' constant what tho other read: ' Mt Dbau Frutiw A"1 r " ,ln, i "" bojs 'ud Kit, enoM Iliuwii, An' It made me Jwl so awful mean I hiln't got lend you that money I i oterltyll, and he Is wllllcs to t4" ,f ' mortgage tho n ortjasc, but us I couldn't stnml It, an' th day nfnr Till at last Msadow rruu 1 dn i .A. Imagines thtro tho day inustsaro your home I slipped aojt awful quiet, an' I tuk tho keers Is coal undor that land. I think not I'll tell w there Is under away you a scent, though, I m Clssrdaonn to the great big elly, list packed the field adjslnlng. an' gorged with folks. In ten years 1 here'81""" molwJ; to open use my Meadow The hull btlln' of um happy an' laughln' an mymtnlnglind; meanilai't rnaktn' Jokes. Innn to save jour horn' inJ roti can repay ms I como.to a noblo bulldln' with popcorn stiung beforo tho morlgaga flW5 n I had Intended lustrings, to scttlo both farms os X llle as soon us B an' keers an' were married! so If An' bis tin horns an sf Iking happens to me, my dear boy, jou marNauilir NclUo and her drums an things. proud, but 'ud hunt Interests your Tho toiler wuin't haughty fros an" sort nn' null ; Tou." Yours uevr, An' I laid out thirty shlllln' an' my arms wui I thro k away a friendship "To think btlln' full. greaned Mr. Romaln, When I got back hum In the etcnln' the llko thatl" almost as bo laid down (hi iscr. Then a sud haouso wui dark an' still. Hut the moon wui a rlstn' noblo orer to old Tug den thought struck bin, and ho hastily hill. rang tho boll. I peeked np sott to Joe's room an' slid tho latch "Undo Toter," he wld, "who owno on tho door, When I sire a Jump an" my packln's went tlyln what used to bo Mr. Tom Dtako's Meadow Farm?'' to tho floor; Fer there wut pa a standln' In trontot a painted Old Mr. llrowrtruh, bo' got powir-falea, rich on dat farm. Yo' soo, sah, hit's AS.' w heerd a hoot, an' there wuz Joo a squat e in it. Ob, yes, sah, he's got a tin' up In bed. He gtie a Jump an' landed, as' I thought ay rloh." Nines 'ud brccu. "And Tom mortjajrod that land to savo in) old homo," thought Mr. Ro"1 wonder It it maln, sorrow full) could be that tho check I sent from England did not get to 'him In tlmo? la any case he s deal, and Nclllo and tho children pennlle", and" glancing at tho letter aga.n "a legacy to mo!" mm Clvl &$& That nlifht Mr Romaln sat up lato In his library, resimff over lotters and papors ho had not een in fln ycars-n- ot slnco tho daj h liaJ had that quar- '0" l'PO oaUle-searro- d , ' rn log-ac- ul Romaln was at last loft alono with a lawyer ho had brought, tho auctloncor and tbo holder ot Mr. lllako's unfortunate obligation. All tho claim's agalns. tbo property woro Tory soon met, and then, af tor sootnc tho Rontlomon dopart, Mr. Romaln hsstonod to tho llttlo kitchen. "Oo for jour mistress, nuntle," bo said, "and ask her to ploaso bring tho children and corao back at onco. Thorw Is a paper sho must road." Whon Aunt Nancy dollvercd this message, a fow minutes Inter, to Mrs. Rlake, sho was greatly surprised) but, with tho patlcnco born ot decpsuffor-Insho nt onco nailed tho children to accompany lior, nnd wpnt home, won derlng, as sho walked along, how sho was to enduro th agony of soolnglicr homo despoiled of Its troasuros. hho bad dreaded tho sight of wagons ami people moving hor goods, and, as shuuntorod tho gato, was astonished to soo no ono. Only Hollo, tho old dog, lay basking In tho last rays ot tho sotting sun, nnd bounded up to moot thorn. The children ran Joyfully up the walk, and at tho sight ot tho rooms, whon thoy entered, cried gleefully: "Why, mamma, may dcro wasn't no nauo tlonl" Mrs. Illako gavo herself no tlmo to think, butlmstcnod from ono room to anothor, seeking ths lawyers, until sbo canio to hor own room. How protty and homcliko It still looked! Thoro was hor husband's big r, still drawn up to tho table, just as sho had loft It; tho family Rlblo still lay on Its Boat, but on It lay something sho had not loft there, and as sho picked It up the read hor own name on tho big envelope. With fingers trem bling so sho could hardly uso them, aha toro It opon and road: Dlakb: Wben you read tho Inclosed letter, written twelve years ago, by my friend and your husband, I think yen will g, 1 arm-chai- TOO Unpleasant CNTEIlPniSING. capital If, for Instance, tho ritxshams dosiro to tjlvo a bltfdlnnor parsj, and A liavo no special provisions of thnrown oxporlonce dur-in- g for an liuposintr dlsplitj, thoy can lilro the recent tlsit of Arohdukt. T.ul-wi- g all tho requisites. Thoy can ront tholr and Archduchess Maria Thor a to thor and poreohln from ono man, tholr tholr estates at Anxtapestries from nmitlior, tholr plant ious to oxpcI his eolloagues In sup- - 'vlng from a third tradesman and garnish tho hUjouriial with sonsallonalintolllh'Lnce, dinner tablo with tho costly pluoapplo a Journalist of tho n&mo ot Joso of tho Oyorfl went so far ni to nllompt to tush bis wsy Into tho archducal pro.ncs Thn Ctirlslmss tTlde Auntie, within tho precincts of thocastlo, with A lilch nnlor of stories, (looms, nrtloles a view to lntorvlowlng thefr and pictures 1111 tho Christmas Wnm Awakr fiom rovur to cover, Mhilo brilliant highnesses. MooUng jvlth tllUlc now IviH) mill tttoOlsoardmciit of loluuins on tho part ot tho sorvliAn i,. . i.l pivo tlio !iBt n very fresh nnd atlrs tlvo tho Archduchoss on a country drlvi and i look, nnd o leurn tliut tlio nuiirailno Is obstructed tbo road by placing bis cwn lormniiPDtlv otilnrged to ono hundred ntlrnctlona lmlmlon uow uirou vouicio across It. On the np iwRos 1ndlmr by lVpKrs aerial Jlarifarrt Kltliio, the preach ot tbo royal oqulpago Oyn f In tironilscsl mllroa.1 serial, "'CHb nnd I'n swallowtails and opera, hat, advanc i to booe,'' by Kiik MBnroo, Urawjng llii Child Flfniro," tho carriage, w hleh had boon broug to drawing losson tlio tlrst of twelvo rilotorlnl (with monthly tMiiers a sudden stand-stil- l, and. Landing t'io i'i !. by Mli( muliiiu lilimiicr, daucii lndy his card nnd poncll-cise- , d terof l)r Kinuner. tho nrtnnatomlat and Imp (IixhI Tiuum,' an her autograph on tho pica that his n sculptor, nnd "Marietta's p11 aeilnl hy a known futuro and his family's happiness :- Ilttlmn In lloston Tho short stories, Italian wmnnn pmers pendod on her granting his rorj u and pooma (nnd there Is it lull treasury of Maria Theresa t o them, roakluir u Cliriilnins siookini; book was on In factf nro b) Hilllo ITatt Melhn (Troei point of complying t is with llminik Sherwood tJliester, tlrnlnm It Tom wish hon sho hosltnlod, "l'orhaps n son, Klhehvtn Wrthernld, Churl tto Jl Ink," suggested ho snlf.possesr I Hit, r.litnbctli Hnbliisrcnnoll, ltev (leoriro Wh) to, ills lliuvlov. Jehu C t'nrjHMiler, ropotter. "No," said tho ArchducL Mariratrt Hitlnjro, Mlssjl'oulsson, Jdrn and ordered tho coachman ludrlvo--"- i riallln and I'rof OtlsT .rAsuii ;Arieul Tho following day Qyrotl nppfT.el rcvalum la tlm fur Hhnlla rcprntluullmt of again at tho palaoo nnd craved nn i l Mrs llcmuns'sorlsinnluinniisi rlptuf "Tbo Lauding of tho l'ilgrim KatherV Uluc enco with tho nrchducal ndju-anm brought to America by James T Count Sc'iaailgotsob. hot-hous- i:iierlrnc of ll. gutter llungarlnii N'enpaptr, Hungarian now spaper roiwriir -- Ono of tlio fenturosof ooelnl practice) In London for many yoars has boon tho for a show which can bo mado on fictitious Tali trilne.se. Thero are limes now and then met with who represent certain Irxul bllters nnd polsouous stimuli nsldentirul with or pes sesslnif prortlos nkln !' thoso aj Hostel scamps only tor's Hioiimeh Hitlers '1 Hitecced lu fulstlnz tholr tiash coniiounils upon Koplaunnc4iuiluted with theKcnulna nrtlclo, w hlch Is ns much their opinwlto ns dny in to night Ask nnd tako no aubstl tuto for tho Rrand rBtfictlv for malaria, di s lepsia, constipation, rheumatism and ud uoy trouble. "Dobs nldoliol affect thu bloodl" nskod thoprofessprof tho medlenl studont, "1 think," replied the young man, "lliat t mlchl havo srtn tendiuiM t cet luto the ug.ular voln. Wnshlnntou l'ost, ho "ArenrHiial liml hllluiKfovrrlTnlt't) I'llU stern liljlilr rerniiniiiill tllil luvillrlna that I itseillliein. Ketsr Alter w iirate liason liapiilitr erfeel.raulurjr, is I itl claim Iti in llielisst Dr. A Proolamation! I.llnr IuN. I'iiIIoii, Arlt., rl X ' lleriiiiarlerr ANTI-BILIOU- . ill 4 S maillrliio over iiaeJ. acrlno l hem." lnja prn , Tirtf s Pi s Ouro All Bllloxxs DlsoasBB. lmr'rl s t. coal-min- 01 OATB A JDUP AID UlSDED. 1 I felt two tight arms glrln' a be a 'raound my neck. Becba time ei we had sech hollerln1 i'l je could hear us far an' near I'll nerf r have a better If I live till a hundcrd Si , sho answered: "Ob, niassa, she dono took de chill-tinItOJlTUtf'S' LEGACY. an' gon to her" cousin's Miss Rachel. It jest broke my po' olo heart toieo'emgo' IUt Miss" lllakosay sho HIa Christmas Prosont to Mrs. couldn't stand It hero, an' dey Dave to go soon sure. IV thing' only do good 4 BJako and Hor Ohlldron. Lord know what s to como of dom, sho NIA' two days say." ' Ub, massa, bits awful bard on until Christmas! How dlfforont missis, dis is. boo went all over do this n 111 bo from house dis morula' try In' to say good-by- o to it. Do llttlo ones to tbo ono I looked 'Mamma, forward to this her kop' a plekln' up thing. wwrkln'-horswill year!' thought I dey won't take my ,ii r. nomain as dey?' '.Mamma, will d nauotion man h o restlessly dot my llttlo chair? y ask. "Missis paced tbo tvido tried to hoi' baok do tears an' spoalc porch tif his chirk to dom chlllunt, but whon sho come to hor own room shs say: You stay out hore, darlings; mamma wants homo. "How pleasant to go In hero nlono.' Itoolc do chllluns, tho air Is as but prosontly I poek In do room, an' dere was roy po' missis, a knocltn' 'foro warm wU hor hoail a balmy as sprlngl Exquisite, If ono had massa's big 1) In' on do big family lliblo dat sho'd Bomo ono to enjoy It with; but I'm lonesome. Poor Tom! How I hoped to soo put on do chair; sho bid hor arms jou again, to tell yob that tho fault was around dat, an' sho was errln' softly. "'Oh, my husbind" iko whlspored tnlncin that quarro); and you aro doad over and over, an' don sho say: hurled only last weok, they toll mo " 'A fader to do faderles, a husband and I am back in Old Virginia, with noter a child or a ohlck'to bid mo e, Oh, neighbors' don't bo stingy when It comes ' toChrlt'mustiayt apron He cltas the hull year thro', but (Am put savin' 'Where is your Dilstrpss, .auntlc?" .tUqugts away Let's have ens hearty laughln' time an' let the Mr. lloraain asked Thore was a kindly ring in his voice troubles go Ferglt your pocket books an' give your hearts a that unlocked the old, woman's burchance to growl dened heart, and sho sobbed aloud as -Florence K. l'ratt,ln Judge. s, jear. "Jon: ltosnis" "A father to tho fatherless, a husband to tho widow." Onco again tho words woman, fell from tholip;of who for tho second tlmo that day knolt by tho old Thou clasping hor ohlldron in her arms, sho cried: It was early in thoday, but already "Thank God with mo, my darlings; tliohou'owai filled with nolghbora o hao a homo onco moref who had come from miles around to at"And Is de nauctlon clear gono away, tend tho sale, and as Mr. Roraain moved momtca?" Romaln askod, anxiously. among them his earSjjjoro constantly "All gono, my treasure; every bit greeted with remarks onlha foolishness gone, thank Oodl" of 'slgnin' for people" ' ' ' "Then,'fald llttlo Romaln, carofully kick at heart, ho orilerc-- the llttlo pulling out Susanna Lou I so from under ol tho bouse, which was kitchen back his apron, "set down. Tickle, and turn as jot unoccopled, savoiby Mrs. Illaku's on, folkscs. an' los havo ChrtsmusI" faithful old colored cook, Aunt Nancy Anna I'lerpont blvltor, in banta Claus. fabo was Bltnnj onLaspllt-bottome- d chair, rocking hersoUj.to and fro, and " A CURIOUS STORY. occasionally wlp.ng heroyos with her "An auction almost at Christmas eve! Why, it seems fairly barbarous,' thought Mr Romaln, Indignantly, as ho ontered n hat hid bepn the pleasant homo of his friend "Tom, and was no soon to bo left deMlate1undor tho hands of tho auctioneer ff arui-chat- r. sot deny It U my right to give you the Inclosed deeds, etc., socurtag to you your home. Ho THE MARKETsT gave me mine. ' 1 find Mr Drown hurried this sale toaeeuro CiNCisiart. Oca. is. the land adjacent to his coil mine. It ts very LlVESTOCK-Cattls-Comra- onll ft! valuable, and In a few years will mako you , 3 tTioice iluichsrs. c tot 110(19 Com dm il rich. 1 t Ooixt packer ,. ... my dear frleal, to morrow oan not "Andnow, IU to choice 3 I Ci I si be to you a Merry Chrfstmnt but with SIIF.I:P-a- oo I.AMllS-CoodHhln. brayocheerfulncssl hope you will make it to Ki.ouu-rn- peri ny a . ... 3tH jour children not an unhnppy one, I aht OUAIN WniAT No tred ll" Very sincerely your friend, as I was your HI red No.! Corn Vo 1 raised husband a friend, . n ni missed him abruptly. On totvlng M,o lKrtment tho reporter espied a wlnJ ng lUlr-casand hollering It led to ho Archduchess's rooms, rushed to the top, whon ho was collared by tho Count, who flune htm ovor thn b&nnlitra. whrtrf, 1,n was picked up and thrown by tho aifund-- 1 sou iniu hid roan. i. i, aruuno. The adjutant dis Fields. TlioprlcooftVma AvrimtwrUYtMattTftt WIOnjcHir, only rents n number V. Lothrop Company, 1'ubllshora, llostuu. ! 'I woui,r rlvo thlnp; It I but hid musical cor '" "WTiy dpu't you tako nut wnot" "QulnlDol" "Ojrtnlnlyt that will make, your ara slnf " Ir.dlaiiJiolls Journal. . ot Or courao thoro aro 'pxeepllons to tho rulo "tho peed dlo yemnp," but thero Mwi't many ot us. Klmlra (lazatto. Frank J CUvuev makvs oath tbat ho Is Iht sonlor imrtner of tho flrm of K. J. ft: Co , dolnp; business In the Cltyof Toledo. County nnd Btnto ntoronald, Hfiil thalaaTl firm will pay tho sum ot one uuxorcu uol. Mrs for each and overy of Cuturrh that cm not bo cured by tin? use c' Hall S Catarrh Cure Hunk J (inter Hworn to boforo mo ami autfrilil In my rrvsence,lhlsUttidAvof Itecembcr.A l l1 A XV (lLroK, Notary l"ubhe UbiiJ Hail s Catarrh Curo Is Uknt niU'raally and octa dlrtvtly upon tho bkPl and munmi surfaces of tho system Hoiid tot free K J Ciirxir it Sold by DrupKisU, 7V-- Too large -t- he pill. Too Irturkejsknewns much bs tho eoo thor would flv ery far reckless in its way of doing Bouth In the fall. X'ltUburjh l'rcaa 'uisincss, too. It cleans you CoioluiNnCoips. Those who nro suf. out, but it usps you up, and ferine from Counlis, thls, Horn Thront, oto, should try llHinf.t's son cum, )itir outraged system rises up 'I fiwcnea. SoU iv in burn. rqainst it. Dr. Pierce's Picas-r- t "Diosouever m roAh one ot these Pellets have a better wiy. Inbjrtiilhsl" ".NT,, buttosKotilsJ to find t ruy wifo'a iieeaWL" St. jcip) ntnra. U'icy do just what is needed more. Nothing can be Ann tinllko nil otlierHlts. No purjrlne; or Pl"lly h tho liver uud biio. rrvne thorough nothing U as , Lter 1'IIU. Ono pill n Uesa nSld and gentle. They re the IT fortunsto that wro aro Hot nil rloh.' Poino of us wffltt not know bow to not If sn.illcst, clicapcst, the easiest wo wcro vllkU,u Traveller. to take. One tiny, sugar-coate- d A 1sk In KavcsNIneof, Halo's Hon c granule's a gentle ,.. ov of llorekound nn.l T,,r ... nUe'sTeotfcttho Dfot.'cuM inTnBm.nuto. three to four arc Sick Headache, Jat raust to a merl place to lire In wo iieTcr see It advertised excel t as "furo Constipation, Indigestion, ' Java." i'uek. AttneUs, and nil derange.Vo ttyium lnlMso'a Cnref, rronsiimp on Lurvs wheroothor reuicOlea fmi j., ments of the Liver, Stomach Iloosanpui redpo-- To prwerro opjrs al and tfowels arc promptly re'I lieved and permanently cured. tiwte. old-fashion- rtmrsosn Is Avhlto. llrcwn onps nro 1 ndult.'rntcMvllli rosin rfumo l only t put tn to tilde the pntetied i,f bobbins' Kltirtrlottonp Is wlilt. inul unscoiiteil lias been sold tluvo Try It t, Is. fih-utfi- LIVE STOCK We ri'l f raliti d jpUrates ef IjIVW BITOOIL Cut shown Id a quwtiHl CUTS. i rlo for 11 O U'l'rm crnnr allisi rapte-Imei- s ltok alorttow .!. I Kf ITf'MSSi I- r hirers, i-n- l.7&l73ClmlSbul, o tlCINAATI. W.ll H.rhh,.! 1 artct'a-Litth- I BORE WELLS ,h, -- V urn '4Mll('UliKril "nuiir.4 r riiuriT Ihrf MII I H,ll.t. All 1M Ik... t Ilia MmUiMIl IB b LOOMtS S Ih.nc.l 1 Hi 1 IIIUI1UI i lax-an- Tirpin. - dhio. tixJMMZ & NTMAV, fifflttSL CntaiOHiio IVtaaU 1rTr Nil-io- sitml tinitini3i. UOILINO WATCH FHEEt .at cm e iu Huts or Onto, Citt oTolxdo, I ,. t Lu ASl'otirr, C'hy I Prime toenolee TOUACCO-Uedl- um leat deed leaf rOVISlO.Nft-Mt- ss poik Lanl prime steam DtlTTEIt-ChoI- co dalrv I'rlme tn choice erea-serHAY Osts-- Mo Hie-- No smlxej U a Bsri?5 I'l PAINLESS. WORTH A GUINEA L.L. sSErFECTUALr A .., , . For BILIOUS & NERVOUS DISORDERS Wind IN TWtNTV BOXl 3 Oe-.t. COCOA LAOCLUD .2 LD. TINS ONLY. EPPS'S GMATBPUL-COMPOnTI- NO. Oil MILK. 10 ...... prr "J , tc S)l io ft Q1S SO nit ti KH mi li aii 3 W APPLKS-l'rl- m POTA fCns-N- w. FI.OUR-rOUAIN-Whest-- alr No. 0ttHicd POltK-Nmats ew Corn-N- o. No. i rod . NCW YOItlC. to Fsncv .... I red. .... tr oW 1.W .44 a S K 3 1 f and rain in t A Stomach, ful.'n: t onJ Sxtllmg offer Utali, at Ditllntti and DrOHsintst CotJ Chilli.Fluth, tofHrat ten c( Apatite, ShortaUi f Vixath. CotUttntti, S ny, Bt fit on th Stin, Disturbed Stttp, F ighlful Ortams, and all Ntns cwJ Trrml mj Stniationi &e. Such rum m lliTfll ..ii BasVas9ftw mw& UiPltM H iriurnVf rmr- Itk. MM1 mMA k4 tttslhaa aaVl iJllAtMlaf. .. J ft LlUkakilluWSl lw4, t W"il HirOLKU.U i w fUW'ySMUS WIN Ttte FIRST DOSE WILL CIVt RtUCF V 1 J mne,l. new ,. . 1 1 Ot n t to O tTn'l O IDMa w sin LARU Wettcrn stoam . ., 89 a sin q. w to io Tlmea. "Sotiir oMsonllrmsu kltkrtl yea dawn the stoop when you ialle.1 to e hit diuirh Ur Did ho break any tblmj4" ' Ve, lo broka oor engijemeat." - llillaHphU TViu.1 FLOITR-Wla- ter QKAIN-Wheat-No ClIICAOa patentt Net LAItU-Stp- am lliuil irp Oats Chicago spring. .ow I No. tred J. If W t fi 4 A Vet iy . t .. a '.a 8 37u aB 72H B ft OJ COV Mil found 'an excellent remeflv for sick headache. Carter's Llttlo Llrer Villi Thousands of letters from peiitc who lata used thorn proro thu fact. Try tlioin. - For Sick Headache, Weak Stomach, Impaired Digestion, Conslipation, Disordered Liver, etc.. XhrfACTUttVASlC, Jtrwf ttl tnni tr (,nu, rr4rl"r 1hi Imck th 1W4 f Jj tftpMUt pt4,h Unt r a us c wtiii in IOSIWO Of l lh rr HtMJHnwtteitrviln) ntrifit llii, ,ui cumtil tt tottw i wJettbihtrttr I st ncECHitt t ruts have ihc Unctir mt or ANT fEOPRICURrMlDICIEtNlllEU011in , mtnttly, n i i i u i n n !ll ns.'a jirnsaiirvt k aii rrrprf wnir I i 0 F AIU CO u mn dof vasii) . tii IrrMiMjIpU fr t r ' r , f.t't4 t ; WMt MA'Ij Si t c X -r i i a fs fCKf HS'Qftf'vi IS ls(OXHttt MINUTKS. HI Attn. jASTHMAfiMREDi n , wi nfiaMiwrfanmmiaTiisT t k.t.r.".rNl'l ,...,,itt tik,tra iwutt '..,JV,B inn ia. ti.i'..i. Iu Ry'1WsgssssssssssWWssaMaWBasssal p Mi it. ( n . . JS 3ifttftkl a mi-- ( '' B SJI lt i .S4W.1 U . Af- -t i " M M siv "IlEBt tonrookljn.chl" "Yen." 'Como1 aeresa any thlnir reinarkablol" "Vcu, fWhntl' ''lhebllle Llfo t s)t- -D , TOLEDO WEEKLY BLADE. . rs; tf r? tmmefa r n t r Mf ici Mjrin f S In u4 for t Mr li it.' nv jy tlA. it tSl rw ttt wttt 0fU ltM fiin nll tr matin t i a m )s.ft t ft.ll lit - IlIC ' lua w r Air,TWJ,.U, Mai rri Mf m Nw k At t tw 1 V.W, 'isibf A i I , m I aX 4Vkj fts-nt- s B- 111 IIALTIMCKB. Ff)nn-rmiGRAIN-Wheat-- IIKAnn SMym such a curious story Of Santa Claus. Once, so they say. lis set out to nnd what Teople were kind Defers to took presents their year I will give but to gllWM I.ARn-ntln- Com Mixed 0U Mixed ed ,,,, nillK-H- m llty .. ... S . jm i J t 3 m n O O m SCO for Qirc op , US&ig&aSM tax aitm m iw. wsn CATTt.E-Flrttqna- U003 ORAIN-Wheal-No. INDIANAPOLIS Cm-- Vo Oars-No- .1. FLOUU-Fsm- llv ORAIN-nhrt-No.- tred .. ..x , BIB Mt W a i3 VtH. irto ,M,.,rak.itf ! M EMORY erl tA AniBi iaeli IWt iWn I TllmttlftMrnMV all lWiMIt . t .... Mlicd red. . . .h "This wy LOUISVlttil a O a a n flit is 40 ... . ft 3S9 Oon M handsome Yea, toll me each word. too. thay use , To stiver-lin- e clouds fjr earth's suffering crowds ; And tell me, too, when they rsf use." Bo Into our homes flew bright officer tires. Oo Into the homes ot the happy. Where pleasure stands page at the door; Watch well how they live and report what they giro To the hordes of Ood'a hungering poor. Keep track o( rarh cent and each moment To those who make presents themselves," WIlh a nod of his bead, old Santa Claus said To hU band of POKIC-Me- vi. LAIIU-Ste- am Oars Ulxtd m m w oo 71 ,. 9 m 6.TTlt. 1'u-- e ir-- ruS3X Ji.iJ ' . ; Stiffness1 - U a LIIW AasM'Vsr sv tMByyL'la Hrf" iJ 4sl!la f flj fc3 JPViyJ t" "A C! mYPJ M.lrtrirt, mimciulMl ly l'lirslcttna. Ihit Coiitrli Ciirut vhuro All ilJ fatU. I . waii! ami turtuciihlo lu thn xtion." lis-- ilrnrr'sta. fun 1 ildrsn take II withe jyT1, aJ Sg Jy jCtV s 1 gR-- r(l ZrwmrJmm'mmWtVtmW'VWWtmmAmtmtmAtm1mtAmW 1 1 1 ZM vQ M3 it&Ss S T BS IJBSSSiSSSSSH. nilMlllDA ... nil kll v a ss r I isl Wsstqn Esciat. Oo. lalaUllalMW lisi4 l'ii, aa 1 I MIS' I ib AUTOXATIC rOKTABIX - t aTATiONAitr. -- ISCAtAiOtfU K. FrMb i VI I ALL KINDS. Successful! PROaCCUTCS CLAIMS. a 8 Ttls rrtfe.I.lfiiir,fr C B to. S,rlitM.4V P W4M4lclfHf4tnff uYv rsu tkttx m, iM ,m hi PMQ!fWJO,l,,mv'',,im, CitVOIVlVlsSlMlllMSIUII, II. I I I ftl mm SIISMA.US. raASI la I rASawwy tlKZB n SI W I I Kl. ii. 1 ,s t,ormr.urt.st. rui.i,i.ui, '"'' I IIy 1 ft 't "I4.(lllkv))4. Lrr$-- 11 ' kMSr4H' k il klruiMM, iinUMliiM " ' ( HI k ' . lIU.S mi,i lr ml l.i i yT0 I Y liJi H TAT 1 (14 ll All TDHI mrrisrp ls Ik' ;, T'Ull, (IIMT rs-r- J naiiTl .... it vu i a R J? r-- t -- . rrfi ralS . ... ACTUII1 A AniitW nnnsfl'MK. 1 HO III rllVIrt Sdi lrI anoint, oiiio. i i it r .v to , nil. nni c.-tii- ", AID WHISHT HAllII . 11 ii i wim ra n- .. 1. i s t v II A N K K. 1U22 mv AUVKKTISMIS I'U.SSK. Ik AlmtUmnl la IkU ..llSilllHMllklll. r.rf. ' rni Y SI l Willi' !! r. !! MIII.3 Tl 1- FOR SALE BY NEWS DEALERS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13th. V?ii frs?M?$&x?t!?(t 11 .0:1 The Christmas Number or THC and arm-chai- r, Though never a soul of us knew And with pencil and baok they sat by us and tooU Kach action, It false or If true. Wmte marks for th deeds don for others. Illack marks for tho deeds dnno for sell; And polwdy bid what he said or he did, Tor no one, ot course, sees an eir. Well, Christmas ramo all In Us season, And Santa Clans, so I am told. With a tuyltjkl pack of small cltU on his Abd liti relmlver sll -lt In the fo'd, Bet out on a leisurely Journey And Uolshedcre midnight, they say And there new had been such surprise and chogTln Uc'ore on the breaking of day As there was on that bright Christmas morn-lu- . the tallies .- - c i ." back As thoso words foil on his ear, Mr. Komaln turned and saw two llttlo children standing on tho stops a chicken held lightly under tho arm of ono of them. Thoy woro pretty children, too a boy and a girl, exactly tho samo sizo. lllondo curls crowned each shining head; brown eyes, with lontr, curling lashes, looked frankly out from undor straight, clear-cu- t ojobrows, and two llttlo pup; noses turned up merrily from tho llttln rosy mouths that oro always smllinj: beneath. No, not always; for thore was a frightened little quUor about thorn now, as tholr owners lookod up timidly at the slum, handiorao man who was so earnestly regarding them. "Comn to your what?' repcatod Jlr. Romaln. 'To our nauctlon," tho boy oxplatnod "l'apa'a gono to Heaven, and wo's froln' to liato a nauctlon; it's to money, you see; wo's coin' to sell all our sings. Mamma says ye moroyofolkoscomo, yo cioro wo'll dot money; and If doro's uioneh, wo's not coin' to soli my wockln' horse. 1'so dot l'iokle, dis hero chlckle, safe mo and Hosy tako turns holdtn' Mister Man; will you pleaso turn tojo nauctlon?" "Dood-msrnln', 4y mm A " i"Sj1L t.&& JmkM I Wm 1 wzmm&2M .31 .! When stocklagt and cupboards nod thilves Were ransacked ant sought In for gifts that wnro not In; Hut wa.n't it fun for tho el vest And what did get! Yoscontusome; and that's true; J yet not out Hut had 1 sutpceted my actions detected I would hare had gifts. Wouldn't jou! Klhj Whcclcr V.'S!tsx, la Jud;s. iff, I, l." . I ' "32 "UK wmsffl rr 1IKA1- TAIK A it. noiiAif." to do widow.. Dear let dis cup pass from mo.' ' I shot do do' don. lly'm bj "bo como out, all whlta an' troniblin', but sho tried to smllo on da ehllluns hs'slui lod dera down tho walk. "Dosn po' llttlo things' Rosy was hugKln' hor rag doll an' tryln' to bldo t undir her Apun, an' Romaln wan Tirklc, da .tb'Icih'rT, .:- -t lu bo 'Do, nauctlon maii"can't'ako mamma,' dilHuna, an' ho bocan't uVoonrs,' doy'd knopsajln " Homain," repeated bcfvIttltoV. "Yns, sah Romaln; dat's for a frlon' of Massa Tom s. Maslft not soo blm for jears, but ho talk lifiajij)' Mr. liomain ' ''1 hunk dud" Tom forgavo mo," Mr Romaln, asboloKltio kltchon In response to the huslncsfliko tones ol tho au tion?or that nbwfrartif u clcsr and cold at ho began offering tho parlor -- " turnlturc ' Great was tho inulgnatlonof ono spinster whon the first bid ot a tall, handsome stranger carried JheprlP" vr the sum sho had niontallydecdod on, and he m Urc 1 It without opposition. Her fniin'i wcro soon nhstred by MIL liOMAIN TlllNUl AM) SAW TWO most of it, m r estnt, for a similar wen'! i,,k pi , ovor ulmost overy bor but wo tan't hole yo horfco. 1 dess . nd for bale, Irom Mrs, Illaku's wo'lldonow." plonoto U mains rocklng-borsThe "Did your mamma send jou?" askod stranger ti,ii ( very one, nnd was soon Mr. Romaln sol fKiivt ,r un, noi sues eryln', an' wn dus Hoc fought wo'd help nk folkes. I'loaso andsto vtn ixraii.i thnownnrof tho farm k, tliPonlyactlOiklJJnr"K'alnst ., T" turn, jir. .11811 ' 1,l,n I r f i u"inj tilB reprosoniauvu And smiling in a frlondly but llrownfor the tlol.l adjolniitJF bis coalfaihlon. tho children trottwl mine down thn walk. As tholr llttlo flguros Mr I) pxpcclydi.to "iot nnlshed, Undo Tutor came around thu U 1,1, ..... own i,ia 0 - i ...... ,,,,, ,,, ition, anu o ,..! OK"' ,1... " an. "'" house. limit l.i, tn pay at a "Who are thoso children, undo?" wrj mui n resi ntutlto wasMr. Romaln queried Mr. Ilomnln, garlng after them. Instanily uu tluro. This scoured tho tu'bid, and' so "Dey's po' Mrimmi Illako ehllluns. ah. whoh o" "members I tolo you how i MawaT'om As i, , nnnouncod Oonodle las'weok ; well dey s his twins. tbeolose fi, ttn, auotioneor S4lo jif, Romaln askod Dey do say It's scan'lous how Miss' the crowd okIoiiKi,, Wake's boln' troaUd. MawaTom dono w jiieanu a, ,i un disappointed e on as ,lB promUosina sign note fur a gonnenun, an' ho oan't i" l had boSgllfinry thing pay, 4ii' dey li tor lw n auntlon doo tolor a iK.iv i, , wouij take? tdssimion ot morrow, un' Manna Turn not doad a week mat ntunijr "' ijb yot C4oly, V' lilaks 1" - dt Ir r ... iMw Ju. , whls-roro- d mk i lift d artk-luolT- A Merry Chtlitmis. Grandest ot commomoratho days, Its otory return challongoa our Inmost so- riousnoss of thankful rvoleoine. On other days rnon liavo been born, whoso memo lies aro hallowed within tho boundaries of States and nations thoy sorved warriors, statesmen, dlscovorors, men of letters, publlo benefactors but on this SAMfRANCISCO.CAU lOWSVIUC. Kf. KVt 10K. f.y. day wo ball as Christmas, a Dtvlno benefactor, a Saviour, was born to tho . world. HU Ufa and memory woro to bo vr ABDOMINAL w tbo Mossing ir.d joy ot 2" nations. No tonguo was to tribe, nor kindred, nor engross His lovo or glory wholly in His narac ide as the glow?, orer all uud lu all the lalvs, thu lleav- Lt iv ix IMIUIIIIg, VVWIVIIIMg, erily light of tbat birth was to spread, HlIItPrw''t until tho wasto placos wro mado glad and tho dosort blosaoracu w tho roso. GARMENTS, Gloriously to this ond lias It spread tor oigbteen hundred and elghty-ninCrsatPROTCCTICtsta years, until Chrtstondotn is becomo tbo DOWELS 2nd heart and llfo of tho civilized world. Ko one can horovor savagolsms and barbarisms afford Io go ftlthoul havo been dissipated, and nations in cold waithcr. i whororor brought to enlightenment man is most dovclopod as a human SEND SIZE OF WAIST, and OHEDOLLAR. being thoro Christmas ought to bo most hallowed, for thoro has tho spirit Do you hnow about OUH 1'LA.NNKI, of Christ most wrought Its redeeming LINEN WIND-PROO- F LEATHER work.- - Among tho nations most blcssod 3 AOKSTS, Price, S3 and 8P by Its divine Influences, our own stands Foremost, then, let us bo as ESTSEHD FOR JACKET CIRCULAR. foremost. thoro a School House la your town a peoplu in reverontty welcoming tbo blitU-da- y of Christ but still more forewantlnjr a "SPXjjGr. most in applying to tho practices of our SEND FOR FLAG CIRCULAR. dally lives thoso blossed prncepls and VST cxamploH by which tho foundor of 6, W, SIMMONS & GO,, Christmas Is regenerating the world, Ht Louis Magazine, BOSTON, MASS. 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Jiarr's r.c KrirJ, "The (J) Deads of Tanner. " Mrs. Uarr is the author of that niot successful serial, "l'rlend Olivia," just completed in The Century; but hereafter Mrs. Uarr will write exclusively for Tfit A'av York P) r. n BANDS sH iVWi Si7Jr j " rxzitrxxrtix utLi', v r Jlon, Georyi) HhhovoVh description of "The Hattle of Lake l'.rie," beautifully iliiutrntcd. (3) Maillttl'Ct J)cUouVi lalcst sloty, "To What (Q) n i . mq likuij , () Hml ? o Lowell' poem, ''My nroolc," written expressly for The LeJger. beautifully illustrated by Wilson de Mora, and iwutul a n FOUR-PAG- Ii SOUVIiNIR SUlM'LlSMltNT. (G) IWrn. J)t: Jlnlmcs Smith stnrts a series of articles giving very aluablc information to young mothers. (0) Jlobert Gvunt't brilliant society novel, "Mrs. Harold Stung." Jit men ftiicll Julia (7) Harriet l'rescott Sjtuffitrtl, JFarlaml, JUarqutno Lunsa, Xtauvlco Thompson, and Gconjo JPredcvlo ltar-hocontribute short stories. Jrurlun wi , i A Christmas Itcclpe. !.. .r. v v , Tako about eight quarto ot unselfish-nef- s and unadulloratod charity; mix briskly with a liberal supply of generosity, kindliness and forbearing lovo, Mtnmor gently ovor a slow fire of forand giveness, good-wiTut In a dash of ghoorfulnossand a plenteous sprinkling ot smiles, and serve I Iplng hot with your Christmas dinner. Judgo. ll rNiat Tula urn..- -, MEN'S AND OOYS'CLCTHIflC. h ,m hu MOTHERS' HAKES.GH1L0 FRJELMO BIRTN'El! O. IP U8I0 OKPOHB CONPINEMINT. Hook to " iluruaiis ' Mailed Kuts. IIIIAIIKII 1.1. UTOI I.tnill ( II, ATLANTA. uoi.ii ii r xhh iiiu'ccdti. Tritxelthio and (author of "Great Senators") contribute nrtick3 of interest. In addition to the aboc, SPARKLING EDITORIALS, Illustrated Poems, IIri.i.n Mauhiuli. North's chatty column, and n variety of delightful reading of interest to all members of the household, The foregoing ii . i sample of the mnttunvhlcli goes to mal:e up the most perfect National Family Journal ever offered to the American people. Send 10 Cents for these three numbers and judge for yourself, or send only Si for a year's subscription to (8) JttmcH Oliver Dyer Jttrtinu Ji. ft. ti. PW' Ml' i"vu) peopK- Ulod slowly UUljjanU sny Ilia bt Louis jlrl, ''ltls only tho (,'hluao bcllowho xpeou iu (I ml it grant ploiluiu notk," sjpntlna, Mf, I fcti l.0n.s a Christmas Sltirkiu,;. Tho old saying that "hanging Is too pood for thorn'' Is not or understood to apply to tho Christinas stockings. And talking about stocking: "rjtook-Ing- s rl. m - XGJCT haved!" s Dr.QuirCouph 7I .? Swlfcw ' r: . -- ." JL'fllr'V Wrhf" THE NEW YORK LEDGER, or "f I - " T I rm- - ..! -" Robert Bonner's Sons, Publishers, 150 WILLIAM STREET, NEW YORK CITY. V J 8yfupr3u4 5$cp$:W$M . ", ' .- - r ' Vssssssm m .. of $jm$ ,Rl HEARTY llovr Ui Trlnl A ml LAUqHIN' TIME. C'M.S wus Mictco nl In Krrp ClirUtums, Mow Mr I n licit. that o Per foolish tic to t paro Chrla'inus: hadn't a crnt ami wasteful presents r cor. that wasn't to cat Thnt nlnht Mr Romaln sat up lato In his library, readmit over lotters and papers ho had nt wo 'n ten years not slnco tho dajt 'il1 h& tuat 1unr-rwith Tom lCa.ko, for It was that samomornlnir behal received a cablegram calling him to Vutopo to tako possession of a larjo csttto loft hlni, and yesterday he hxl reached homo for tho first tlmo sine his hurtled depart-tirol HVPWfliH Cnrtsmus wur al-o hro. I begun to wish It wiu over an' sonc ter another Tear, An' 1 see that ia wui bothered, ho'd cch an onray way. An'healwiiscbanseAttiB ullc II the subjlo vrut Chrls'mus day; Fer Joo kep' a tollln' constant what the other bors 'uil Kit, An' It made mo feel no awful mean I hain't got mm t&wft oterltrlt; Pahecstkllatcilnn' guessed It yiat Utter so, Hut wo on'y thought o' th' abillln's an' not one "?S 0n't " ,lmo " I was Just beginning my battlo with tho world thon,' t tuu'd? "now I d and feel llko a warrior. How entboMtstle Tom and I a' llttls lonoly, wcro thon t how closo our friendship Battle-warre- "fl Till at last 1 couldn't stand It, an' the day axore And ttklnp; up an old lottor, a low lauRh burst from ais Up "' ho road its witty allusions to an almost forfrotten collect) sorapo. A tory dllforent look camo Into hU faco as ho glanced do" l"o pages of tho noxt lottor wknh mot his oyo, and read: "Mr Dtn Ff.ixow Afir all. I find I ein oM llrown. to10 lend you that money imorigaire me anil no is wining t sv 1 wasl" 4 ;a the day I slipped noul nn ful quiet, on" I tult the keen away Glaarflaowntottie exeat big citr, Jlst packed an' gorged with folks. The hull blUV ot urn happy on' laughln' an tnaVIn" Jokes. I eoma.to a noble bulldln' with ropeorn atrung In strings, s an1 kecra an' An' big tin horns an' ilruuis an' things. Tbo feller wum't haughty proud, but 'ud hunt an' sort an' pull; An' 1 laid out thirty Bhllltn' an' ray arms nt billn' full. When I got back hum In the CTentn' tbo hsou;;"!!! dark n' "till, Hut the moon wux a rlsln noblo orer to old Tug hill. I pecked rip soft to Joo'a room an' slid tho latch on tho door, When I rIto a Jump an' my packln's went tlyln' to tho floor: Fer then wua pa a atandln' la troutfct a painted -- alcd, An'Jwe heerd a hoot, an' there wur Joo a squ at. tin' up In bed. He give a Jump an' landed, an' 1 thought lay ones ud creek. mustaavo your home Bron Imagines there Is eo.il under thnt luni I think not. I'll tell you a rcent, though. I U' there Is under uid new aijmning. "In ten years 1 hepcWti"" money to open Meadow Turin. 1 doa 1 1 raortgages, but we my mining lind; meanitav 1 ' n nJ Meadow rarm to aavo your horn mJ you can repay mo before tho mortgngo hlbdui I had Intended to seltlo both larms on S Hie as soon as wn wcro married ao If nnj lling happeus tome, my dear boy, jou may ewaulir Ncllloandhcr interests your legacy iron Tom." "YouriMtver, a frlondshlp "To think I throw llko tlin.tr nl m oat gtoined Mr, Ilomaln, - 1'lc" a aI-do- n as lin laid down (h thought struck hln, and ho hastily ay fi'- rang thu trail. I "Unclo rotor," ho wld, "who owns what used to bo Mr Tom Illako'a MoadowKarm?" , jrotpowir-fu-l "Old Mr. llrowit-sibj-hrich on dat fata. W soo, sah, hit's o In it, Ob, yes, sah, he's got a rich." "And Tom mortgaged that land to saro my old houio,' thought Mr. sorrdisfully "I wonder If it could ho that tho check I sent from England did not got to him In tlmo? In any case he s dead, and Nelllo and tho children penniless and" glancing at tho lotter again -- "a legary to mol" conl-mln- Ilomaln was at last loft alono with n TOO CNTEHPniSINQ, One of tho features of social prncllcn lawyer ho had brought, tho auctioneer in London for many yoars has boon tho and tho holdor ot Mr. Illako's unfortu-nat- o show which can bo mado on fictitious for obligation. AU tho claim's agalui. Cnpleassnt Ksprrlencc of a capllnl if, for Instance, tho ITtislmms llungarlnii Newspaper. tho proporty woro very aoon met, and deilro to glvo a blgdlnnor parsy, nnd tor seeing the (roatlcmon depart, then, af A Hungarian nowspapor roportcr havo no special provisions ot thetr own Mr. Ilomaln hastened to tho Uttlo dlsagreonblo oxporlonco dur- for an Imposing display, thoy can hire kltchon. ing tho recent visit ot Archduke Lud-wi- g alt tho requisites. Thoy can rent their "Oo for your mistress nuntle," ho nnd Archduchess Maria Thor. a to sliver and porcelain from ono man, their said, "and ask her to plonso bring tho tholr estates nt Anxtapestries from anothor, tholr plants ohlldron and como back at once. Thort ious tooxrel his colleagues in supi'vmg from a third tradesman and garnish tho Is a paper sho must road." his Journal with sonsatlonallntolllnce, dinner tablo with tho costly pineapple Whon Aunt Nancy dollvered this mesa Journalist of tho namo of Joso of tho sage, a fow minutes later, to Mrs. Oyorfl wont so far ns to attempt to rush lllake, sho was greatly surprised) but, his way Into tho arohducal prosnc Th Clirlstmss Wide Awake. with tho patlonco born of deep BtilTor-tnwithin tho precincts of tho castlo, with A high order of stories, ixwna, nrlloles sho at onco called tho children to ivlow to Intorvlowlng thetr imp' Ha' and ptetnrcs till' tho Chrlstnms Wins accompany hor, and wont homo, woncover to cover, uhilo brilliant hlghnessos. Mooting with dtftlc 'los Awakk dering, as sho walked along, how sho on tho part of tho servitors, ho wnv aid now typo uml ttieillscardmctit of coluums give tho pages a very fresh nnd nttrni live was to etiduro the agony ot seolnglicr tho Archduchess on a country drive and look, nnd vo lonrn that tho inagiiilno la homo despoiled ot Its treasure. to ono hundred obstructed tho road by placing his n pormanentlv vulnrgvil pages 1Milliiirntiriu'tloiis Sho had dreaded tho sight ot wagons hlrod vohlclo across It new On the ap- rcpitfra serial Margaret Kldnev, tho ly and people moving hor goods, and, as proach of tho royal equipage. Oyn" In promised railroad crial, "Cub and l'u sho ontorod tho gato, was nstonlshod to swallowtails and opora hat, adancd to boo?.;' by Klik Mnnroo, "UrAwlng the soo no ono. Only Hollo, tho old dog, lay tho carriage, w hlch Child had been broup . to drawlnc lesson Ilia first of twelve piuloilul papers (with basking In tho last rays of tho sotting a sudden stand-stiland, handing 'ho prises) by Miss Carol I no IMiniiicr, monthly duiiuh sun, and bounded up to moot them. Indy hl csrd and pencll-casd tcrof Ur lllmmer, tho art anatomist and imp Tho children ran Joyfully up the walk, her autograph on tho plea ami that Ills un sculptor,aeilal "Mnriotta's (lood Iiiuds," an luiliuii by a and at tho sight ot tho rooms, whon future and his family's happiness known Italian uoiimn In ltostxiu Tho alios t stories, pilars thoy entered, crW gloefully: "Miy, on hor granting his roq t. and poems (nnd there Is n full treustiry of mamma, may bo dcro wasn't no naucMai la was 0 them, making n Christmas storking book on TJierosu nrobyttaHtrt ITatt Melnn(lreein, tlon of point complying t.s Infactf Hherwootl Oliesler, Urnhnm 11 Tom with ilnuiiA Mrs. Illako gavo horseU no time to wish when sho "l'orhaps in son, r.tholWMi Welherald, t'luirl.dto M think, but hastened from ono room to ink," suggested jyho Vail, Klitnbeth Itoblus I'cimoll, Ilev (leorge another, seoklng the lawyers, until s'.io roportor. "No," said tho Archduc' . Whte, MUs Ilnwlev, John V. Cnnienter, Margant Kttlnge, Miss 4'oulswn, Jlfts. camo to hor own room. and ordarod tho coachman todrhc i. Clallinatidl'rof OtlsT Mason JA spoclnl How protty and homellko It still Tho following day 6yro0 . rd foaluro H tlid fnc "Uiillo itproductKn of looked! There was hor husband's big again at Iho palaco and craved nppi I. Mrs llQmnns'Korlgiiinlumiiusi riptof "Tho nn 3 still drawn up to tho table. unco with tho nrcluliic.il adju'iut, lauding ot tho l'ilgrim Kathers," whleli Just as sho had loft It; tho family lliblo Count fcchaaffgolsch. Tho adjutant dis- was brought to America by James T. still lay on Its soat, but on It lay some- fntasml blm Klirllnt1. On Ia,.Um ,1 a Fields. prlco of Wins AwlKtnvlII rcrrTntri'nt Tim thing sho hod not loft thoro, and as sho apartment tho roiwrter espied a wind ng fJ.IOn jmr, only 3) cents u numlicr. I). Lotbrop Company, Publishers, lloslou plokod it up sho read hor own naruo oa iiair-uitsu- , nnu uoiioving 11 IOJ to tno tho big onTolopo. With fingers trem- Archduchesa'a rooms, riuhod lo tho top, "I wouM dvo nnv thing It I but hid n bling so abo could hardly uso them, sho whon ho was collared by the Count, who musical car.1; "Why dou't you tako qui toro it opon and read: flunt litm nvor tlin l.ftnnlalj,pA wSam l.n Blnel' "gutnlcel" "MrDsan Mrs. Hiaksi When yeu read tho was picked up and thrown by tha attend-- J ninkorour ears alng " jruiiniy; mat willJr.illaiidi.olla JourInclosed letter, written twelve years ago, ty j sal. my rricna ana your nusnana, I trunk you win ants into tlio road. N. V. Trljune. lt.r,,r hot-hous- g, Tall Wltnesiei. Thero ate L naves now and then met with who represent certain loonl hitlers nnd poisonous stimuli n Idcnttciil wllhnr os seising prpportles nklu to thoso of llostot tor's Hieiiineh llltlors 1 hew wainps only nUittvil III Mating tholr liuahv StiOUI)ds upon poopliVtinacqualnled with tlie;ciiUliie nrtlelo. which Is ns muoh their opposite us day is lo night Ask nnd take no suustl tuto for the grand reiricilv for malaria, dis pepsin, constipation, rhcuniatltin and Wld ucy troubla "Dors nltfoliol affeut tlM Ugodl" naked thoprofostorot tbo medical studsut. "1 think." rep)lJ the young man, ''that t might havo om tendeney tcet Into the ug.ular ein.'' Washington Tost. Dr. I. Juy riillon. Ark., "A TCBrHKO I hnill.lt Ions rover iTiill'J I'llU stern so hllMy reeroinineiiilel A Proolaiuation!j Inls. i(iirlerir I s!ni lliatl iiaedlhain. .serllil inaHela Aller liKVistipilvrrrect. tienlury, Xprise. pro n Ilroor claim ineiii ino nasi ANTI-BILIOU- S meillrlnn over used. serloo llioiu." prof Tutt's Pills Curo All Bilious DlBoase. the Too large pill. Too l'tmcsosp Is whlto. llrown soaps nro aiUillentcl with rosin lVrfuiiH) Is only pllt In lo bide tho pnem,e ot p'ifr! f if botililus' ltlortriorlonp Is i me, white, und I Has been sold sliivo 1NV1 Try it uiik-cuKh- l, r reckless in its way of doing Wi will furatah itupllcatae business, too. It cleans you cf tilVl.l tVl'OOII. tnwx'n lo a rspao Cotfltls ivn Coi ns. Thnse w bo nro suf. cut, but it uses you up, nnd Out shown ornr ii" feringfiom Coughs, C.4.1", Mom Throat, linon ttfj eatsfiliLl ttaniv sila IIhasimiii h ) ur outraged system rises up quiIch1tlook atortx Ivir .rloa for earns. Tliix IIB, ! only n tam! gainst it. Dr. Pierce's Plcns-- n A.N.Ke.jHrtipafoCo. "Dir you ever co through one of thM t Pellets have a better way. li c.Urrn aad labjrluthsr' "XT., but I iinoa trkd to find l r r tp', my wifo's HK,it.,,--8Joseph J?ws. tT:ty do just what is needed l'.71.7QEIndSuttt, urgh u nir, Ir turkeys LIVE STOCK know ns miirh as th gtose thoy would ilv very fur 1'ixm South In the mueh-dosplse- d CUTS. aVt"iaf . arm-chai- r, - I n, not deny It la my right to you the tneleaed deeds, etc., securing to you 3 our home. Ho gavo me mine. "1 nnd Mr Drown hurried this sale to secure, the land adjacent to bis roal mine. It Is very valuable, and In a few years will maUo you rich. "And now, my dear friend, to morrow can not be to you a Merry but with brajo cheerfulness Ihopoyou win make It to your rmidren not en unhappy one: ianr ' Very sincerely your friend, as I was your husband s friend, . tr THE MARKETS. CIKCTRKAT1. LIVnfiTOOK-Cat- tle Or rourso thoro aro exceptions to lbs rula "the cecd, dlo yctmp," but thero M? n't many ot us. Kim Ira (lazotto. HtATi no more. Nothing can be CIM'IA.NATI. irfro thorough nothing is as TIJ ICIR rnld nnd gentle. They re the BORE WELLS ! MONEY I r hit Wrti sn.illcst, clieapcst, the easiest IIHIHk Mrtitttft Nltit thancti rpvil to take. One tiny, sugar-c63te- d irtsfT iftiiirum tiuutt ihhii rwiifir A ItejB hi Tlrap Haessin.0f Halo's 'T c sktrt sf lb An t tl I I'lLXbl granule's a gentle til U2.r.'i2Sft'4J!i.Tar orUouBha. tli'rec to four arc ca- LOOMIS & NYMAK, f.( JjflCntutOHUo nke'sTocttiatbo Drops cum In o iauta num. Sick Headache, TirriH. - rarts JAvamnstboaroaralplaeotollvolh- ito thartic. i raiaa mil nevor see It advertised exetpt as "lure Constipation, Indigestion, Java." Puck. I10ILINQ yVATEfl OH MILK. Attacks, and all derangc-mcn- ti .Vu Opfum In l'lso a f'lire f. rniisump' on Cures where other remedies fail .'V of the Liver, Stomach lXouSKlinl.li reliMV TVi ami Vtowcls arc promptly re;a.)t,1!Wk them in lieved and permanently cured. Ilepubllcan. An tinllko nil otlier llls. Ne purjrlwr or pam. Ai't , tho uVer mid blUj. CarUr's'Littlo rills. Ono pill n daatt ' . . . m i s ' Iy Is fortunate that wo ure Put all rlett Home of us wnld not know how to act If wo were -I- tosUu Travitr. m ily Llr -- M -- Hon-Ii0- '. lax-ati.- 1 la t I m wk tasl.SBBBS - Uil-io- ,i.r NO. liocri-lUnghJu- ,, itTu m "An auction almost at Christmas orcl fairly barbarous," Why, It seoms thought Mr. Ilomaln, Indignantly, as he entered what had hopji th" pleasant homo of his friend Tom, and was so soon to !w left deiolato'undcr the hands i.r & W&fiw of tho auctioneer It was early in thoaday, "but already tho house was filled J with colghbors who bad como from miles around to attend tho sale; and as Mr. Ilomaln moved among- them his earsjworo constantly greeted with remarks on lha foolishness of "slgnin' for peoplo." ' na cuvn a jump Ann LASDen. Sick t heart, ho tsnlorol tho Httlo kitchen back of tho bouse, which was Ea 1 felt two tlfht arms glrln' a bcar-hu'rnound my neck. as yet unoecapied, savojby Mrs. Illaku's Becha time ex we had seen hollerln'i you faithful old colored cook, Aunt Nancy. could hear na far an1 Dear I'll nerer hare a better K 1 lire till a hunderd Sho was slttin; onaispllt-bottome- d chair, rocking hersoltyto and fro, and Tear. Oh, neighbors' don't bo stingy when It comos occasionally wiping hereyes with hor muauay: bluo-et- a "tocnm kcl apron De cits the hnll.yeor thro', but thin put savin' Is your mlstrpss, .auntie?" '.thQugfctaway Let's hare cm hearty laughln' time an' let the Mr. Horn am asked. troubles go There was a klndlyi'rlrig In his tolce Ferglt your an' gl o your hearts a that unleoked the qldj,noman's burchance to grow' dened heart, and shetsobbod aloud as - Florence K. Trait, In Judge. , sho answered: "Ob, niassn. she dono took do chill-unan' gon to her'"cousin's Miss LEGACY. Ilaehcl. It icst broke my po''olo heart to too 'em go! II Jt Miss' IHako say tho His. Chriatmtis Prosont to Mrs. couldntstaud It hero, an to . Blake and Her Child: on. go soon sure. IV thlngsl only do good Lord know what's to como of dom, sho NI.Y two days say." ' Oh, massa, hit's awful hard on until Chrlstmasl How dlilcront missis, dls is. Mia wont all over do this aill bo from houo dls mornin' tryfn' to say good-by- o to iu 1)8 Uttlo onos lo tbo one I looked forward to this her kop' .a plckm' up things. '.Munms, wockin'-horsMill joar!" thought. doy won't tako my Sir. Romaln as dcy?' 'Mamma, will d nauctlon man h o restlessly dot my Httlo chair?" ley ask. 'Missis paced tho wldo tried to hoi' back do tears an spoak porch of his cblrk to dom chlllum, but whon shu como to hor own room she say: 'You stay out here, darlings; mamma wants homo, "How pleasant to go in hero alone. I took do Chilians, tho air Is as but prosontly I peek In do room, an' warm and dore was my po' missis, a knoeltn' foro wil hor hoad a balmy as sprlngl Kxqulslto, If ono had raassa's bis somo ono to enjoy It with; but I'm lono lyiu' on do bljr family lliblo dat sho'd some. ToorToml How I hoped to soo put on do cbalr; sho bad hor arms juu aguin, lo tuTi juu iunt Hie lauiiwas ..........S J... "'Oh, my husband!' sho whlipored mino'ln that quarrel; and you aro doad over and oYor, an don sbo say: burled only last wcolc, they toll mo " A fador to do faderlets, a husband and I am back In Old Virginia, with notor a child or a ohlck'to bid mo - ' 'JoiirUtrtMUX' "A father to tho fathorloss, a husband totho widow," Oneo ogaln tho words fell from tho lips of tho weeping woman, who for tho second tlmo that day knolt by tho old Thon clasping hor children in her arms, sho cried: "Thank God with me, my darllng3; we havo a homo onco moror "And Is do nauctlon clear gone away, mamtra?' Ilomaln asked, anxiously. "All gone, my treasure; oory bit gone, thank God!" 'Then,'' said Httlo Ilomaln, carefully pulling nut Susanna Loulso from under his apron, "set down. Pickle, and tun on, folkset, an' los havo Chrlsmusl" Anna I'lerpont Slvltor, in Santa ClaUs. arm-chai- --Comiaonll 91CIM Choice Hatchers 3 W HOII8 Coiriimn. J W O a W O00.I pacKera W Si IS M SIir.KP-Oo.- Kl U tneholoo I.AMIIS (lood Hhlppers .. . 11' (JlM III T.Otll( S'amllr l n 1IT) OKAlJi-Wn- taf NoTired 7 " fe tM No. rtd,...-- .. It T Oala No. t mixed... ".'.'." ' ( ...!. , t. lire r,o I ... HAY lnat tocnolce ft' 53 TOIIACCO-Madl- um 1U a mi ti leaf. 1 t?8. 1. .... ....SI CUt or Onio, Crrr o Touno, I t" Ia na CVn x rv. Prank J Cheney makvs oath that ho is U, -- -- .., rk an wit. . Lard, prime steam i J a s nti, nUTTEK-CkoI- ra so , dairy a m Prime to thotco ersareery. , t1 irei.r.i-ii- n. n.. mj in POTATOK3-Ne- w, Tl 0 5 per bbl . KE1V YOKK. ri.OUn-ra- tr to . . ., 1 or ft I f) OHAIN-- W heat-- No. J red ., l ot a l'ooH No. 1 red .. O 1 OM, Corn-N- o, id u Bh S mtsed. new . Ostt-MlrOVlSlO.NS-Mtaspc- 1.,.! ir ik u ..... lit' ai;i a aiu 6 AI1U) Q Sriu Ulii rn tuu ud wZu1.!, bUaUHKI. lnL LK for each and evrry cno of Culurrll that can not bo cured bj tho usoe' iUIls Catarrh Cura Ikank J t iiKicr. Hworn to before mo and awtiribtl In tny day of ltexmber.A U 1'jso. A. XV. HleawjX, Nntary lublio Isr.tLJ Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken internally and acts dlitvtly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of tho system 8iid for frt-K J CiirxtT&CU.Toledd.O. tstl-monlal- jPPAINLESS. " SicA HBaUfi-'iwWORTH Wind ant Pain in f wa&t'C ffa USf .Ls M oirf ing m fcarfc -- i COCOA LAUCLLtlJ 1.2 LU. TINS ONLY. EPPS'S GnATBPUL-COMHOnTI- OOX.J ForBILIOUS & NERVOUS DISORDERS A GUINEA A riL i effectual: l'l truiarn llira u T,il. IS.U Illlf-liU- I. v. Shortnttt ofCixath, Coitirtntst. Sen, Slttp. F $Affi Drtams, and alt Ntrt ji Stomach, Ful'n at Dillheti.aml Onwunvtl CoUChilli.flutti. TUB FIRST DOSE WILL CIVC RELIEF UUHAH3 FIU3 UtUt Ai WKlCllO KiS'OSt after Uralt. ttflltat Lett cf Apprtite, Bt. htt on tht Sim. DuturtrJ an J JirmbUnij Stntaliont Ae. K'tr f. r .mi u a t lllllm I..IMW S1. ia. , ay .... 1(1 r is las iiitu iwisusam aUtvitislsa. aiu,i',l.,H la.--t'. mm mIs taw Ml ia fl I nu? a u trha ir.r .4 ..j ied POItK-N- ew LAItU QUAIN-Wheal-- Wedern steam mats. .. rner . .., sT u down "Sotdi oMgouUiRtsukKkM tho stoop when yen called to MV his l tn h Ur Did ho break nay lllmfi" "Xm, lo broko our cnax3lent.', llilla Hphb Times. . For Sick Headache Weak Digestion, Constipation, Disordered Liver, etc., ( XbrjAcTUKt VtOtO, firtffftftrftMf tt n mut. u.ar - reaimlsif c t'i ihwllrO erttliw, lrin'ecl"lt llknttiffrtfit. ar a , f lh -i i J mu. f.4LWIf u. Ilv SKtiwt sua Of l.M ULOMMTt HtAUH. Stomach, Impaired fil.i" u- IN TWCNTV MINUTES. !... ' art w ' ur t r .tffl.AM' ''" -si"lla ?' 1 t Muiih. 1 0) 10 TLOITH-Win- ter Vo 1 red No. 3 ChleatfO tfirlnir. Corn No. I Oats No. I.". OlllCAiia patents . iH W i 8 .. O t,M Mil Wiu, bei found nn cirdlent rcmedr fer sick headneho Carter's UtUo LlvrrVlUl Thouinds of letters from people who hate used them provo this facL Try them. V POHIC-M- eas LAttO-Stea- .77"".. IULT1M0IIK. a a a .n fl sit.-8 37u m Ol WV "IIkei toHrooklin, ebl" "Yii." across any thin remarkabbsf" "Vr "i-o- ' "WbHtl" "TheUrlilgs,'-M- f.' A CURIOUS i) STORY. MUAltU such a curious iiory Of Santa Clans. Once, ao they to find people were kind Ilefere re took presents their way. This year I will but 10 pfwra To those who mnfaepreitenta themselves," With a nod of his head, old Santa Claus said To hi a band ct rfUrt-Kam- lly aitAIN-Wheat-Na.- S..- 'horc Cara Osts-Ml- ied J4lied.. T.ATtn-Itft- nod ,.... , so s .. i a i a ., I , POHlC-- Mei CATTLE-Fl- . pocket-book- s c, s, ItOJllLYS' BilfJ VlKSr3KWki lit set out what any, II0Q8 rst Quality..;. OltAIN-Wheat-- No. Oats aitAIN-Wheat- Cont-- No Nat. ... Mlied lNDIANAl'ni.II red.-- . .. .'..Sl - .1 " ") its M fsll M m for Jure -- op Wj nrn 4 O 03 4 ... .,,- Dti to IS , ) (ft IftivnilS a R 1 as n P"VSSGll fAl a vvwN'rrvrvrw st BEECH! V J ULLJ HAVE ANT PBOPHlEIARTMEOICI'.tniHEHOaiU. SSI I'rrii,4 nlr br '1 I1IIH III II UAIU1 al ll.l.n.. tjxien.klr. TVaUi.4. CO 3iaa4 38J Caaal $( N. lerv M.l bu ItrwtpinfumtHH. ft F A.Avat( fliiv"W." ' W11 T i erf, i M.ib u.,r4M.ll.H vttiallI'.rts It I I' ijph lit SM a t X l nu l.i f V ...f ilito', it .nfr ernM THC UROtJI IAIE OF lw- ll "'1,."at'"' f.' t(" I T I HfWmsTaT Vf TOLEDO WEEKLY BLADE. !(W i r? t v ( la f rs'"SsNw-Np-- t t srtrl Ai -- urn I j f e. i. I S .jv yaXf rTjTi nrrJr.: 'ZtzTLT. jh r i i--i 'tivw j im WlpPl Wmvi toxt myam.W y&m KOA fi m M h'L.i .. -- i' ""pw 'uj u.iiiiiiiir'fli'lir mM m ,a.-;.- KhsKaSSJ I lJTllr ah 'f lr sHfU troh it mf9imp9 M'Ult.iIMf IIIKltl AMf, TU,UtU. r l I t ulr fu terrilssfcw - ai i iuk uun r. r frJ ' 1 JIT.T. Z. '.J1 kV5TvvfT3 .. - H?s PICKi Y ES t VV MtMtiraiBlMfa . M4 EMORY IWalnl .,- - immw ix l:ia t.. tnUMvub tnm all W I'wrM'MrMi .Ml'VVl i'!Ti' fimiAn, ,w tmrnm COUISVll.nK. 4 m J ''M'iiimi lly ii r?1 nmjpLlrt ffr rr I pnnt.m iai. rui.i.i.ui. n.4n.. ! '.t.'StRVl' At!i bohlias -Na e fl Conn POKIC-Ve- rel - oat- s- Mixed ss. LAUD Steam . .. .. .k . IK OIK . 8M o use.) (tit m ir mMnMis SHitefSSw-MlBs'tWfSTQN ENGINE V ALL KINDS. Cures? 1ft,. mrn'mLrKiiLwiHi r IsC rfJPirirTfKf .'jrl'i.K,j',P'mqmyisaM til tlt. J gaf!i tnKtBemma&mmm&amjmLsftmmmmmmiB0pm grr-W-- " U.4 3 Curui trliuro all Litc I, hlrttl tahr cJo f.t.U. 11 irltln I jmi' 'i t -- elniii and nceil drttn ' lo tu tlio K3 1 La La Laiaf Mlila. isrgB MB ilL- - KJB-U- n e, handsome bright officer elf ts. 4 Go Into the homes ot the happy. Where pleaanre stands pagj at the door) Watch well how they lire and report what they give To the hordes of God's hungering poor. Keep track of eah cent and each moment Yea, toll me each word, too, thay use To illrer-ltnclouds fjr earth's suffering Eei1.. Co. V. f IT vmwsu. fnh - rOBTAJU r STAnOHAXT. I Suceasafull XatsrrlacltatZasriMf n S . a ta.l - in hu. PROSCCUTCil rara, CLAIMS. l"fa.n B. aa--r mm trsaaa SI I Ab I ntVlA Si.t a.n oo. Ht..sUJf.U. J.llirttTAl,ahisi rackau;, wiuinaiwuHiaaHi'.. nBarvup 1USS Ai'r.riar.Kii-U'.iaaV A10 WKISKIT . HAIITS A N K B. ti t r.aw iwmmIl, M . II VA. IIB.. Im ri ii it r rwi r i U It.i.MH HMltk.llai. Hitiw ,ul Ikl mniti3 in aaw -- I- . ,4rrtlMl la Ula J VasssBsTsVaf IlKLCty assssW FOE, SALE BY NEWS DEALERS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13th. Si sw& CI l IkM? arm-chai- r, crowds; And tell me, loo, when they refuse." Ri Into our homes flw the tulrles Though ncTcr a soul ct us knew And with pencil and thoy sat by us and took Kaeh action, if false or If true. Whlto marks for tho deeds done for others, Ulack marks for the deeds done for self, And nobody hid what h said or he did, For oo one, of course, scos an elf. ll t , tk bk K i"-'- i i ." Well, Christmas camo nil In Its aoason, And Santa Claus, so I am told. light pack of small gifts oa his With a Both the tnethotl nnd rcsulta when mm '4 Al -JaSSBSSSSsfcrlsHi JBS3L. 11 The Christmas Number NEW YORK LEDGER will have a c the or so page cf printed in colors containing, en itj front It ai1I aNo contain cngramg lure lUu.trauJ y the GREAT i jttntionj and reading nnttcr conlnbtileJ Kll'KRb CI' THE DAV, and unfxrcllcd in quality by that of any publication n 11c United States. Thisliuinbcf will be one of the three num "DooJ-moml- 1 r is?.- i - - i i"J tum tovn nnui'tlnri?" As thoso words foil on his ear, Mr. Ilomaln turned and Raw twn lltt r)l-dro- n standing on tho stops, a chicken held tlffhtly undor tho arm ol ono of thorn. Thny noro protty children, too a boy and a jrirl, exactly tbo samo size. Monde curls crounoJoach shining head; brown eyes, with lonjr, curling lashes, looked frankly out from undor straight, clear-cojobroMS, and two littlci pn noo tnrnod up merrily from tbo Httlo rosy mouths that wcro always (willing No, not always; for there was a frightened Uttlo quiver about thorn now, as tholr owners looked up timidly at tho atom, handsorao man who was so earnestly regarding them. "Como to your what?"1 repeated Mr. Ilomaln. "To our nauctlon," tho boy explained "I'apa's gono to Heaven, and no's jjoln' to havo a nauctlon: It's to dot money, you sec; wo's coin to soil nil ourIn?V Mammasays jo moro yo folkos como, o tnoro we'll del money; and if doro's inonjjh, wo's not ifoln' lotoll my wockln' horse, l'ao dot I'loklo, dls hero chlckle, safo mo and Uosy tako turns holdln' pi awn ut Mister Man, will you V m. M. Mm , Jl to j ji "HR 753r u if urn f.iii r'flR VII !" 1X1 rolnit.r nil loft In th f.V.1, on a leisurely Journey Ami UMiauvu ., luidulftht, thry And there netcrhadbecu such surprise and cbairrln IJcrore on the breaking of day Bt out Arut ht back ry Syrup of Figs is taken ; it ia pleasant and rcfrcshingto tho Utstc, and acU gcntlyyct promptly on tlio Kidneys, ajiTcT firiu rr' cautifully al of the title-ja,- ;c As them was on that bright Chrlntmas mora , uvD atvCMiSg ill. CpbOrda atld alitrlttM Were ransacked and sought In for gifts that were cot in; Hut wasn't It fun for tbo elves Am! what did I gtt You confuse mc; J got not m U'j, nnd that's true; Hut had I suipccted tsy actions dotocted I would hum had kWid Wouidu t juu! i:ila Wbcclcr Wllcoi, la Judge. A Ja7, Merry Chrlitrai. TAfK A HK.W 0 Mimm Si . to do widow, Dear I3nl. let dls cup pass from mo.' . ' I abut da do" dun lly'm by sho como out, all whlto an'troniblln but sbo tried to sm Ho on do cbllluns hs Bho led dem down tho walk. '"Dos po' Httlo things' Ilosy was huggln' hor rasf doll an' tryln' to hldo It undtr herapun. an' Komiln was to tin' I'Ickic, do chlckon, clost In ho arms, 'Do nauctlon "raaircn'Mkq 'mamma's chllluns, an' ao he can't take oum.'dev'd Jkeopsayln." l; . "iwinainv repeated her vinltor. "Vrs, sah, Itomain; dat's for a frlen' of Slass 'Jom's. Massanot htm for yodis, but ho talk a Kcapp'Mr. OrsndeMtof coinmcmorativo days, its or ory return challoncus our inmost seriousness ot thankful welcome. On other days mon havo boon born, whoso memories aro hallowod within tho boundaries KOMAIX." ot btatcs and nations thoy sorvod warriors, statesmen, dlscovcrors, men of i so Komain " Thank (fod Tom forgavonio, whispered Mr. Uomaln, asbo loft Jlio kltchon In response to thobuslncssdlko tones of tho au i.unper that nowvrsdif out clear mm cuiu as ho began ouormj me panor furniture. IW " Groat was the Indignation of ono tho first bid of a tall, handsome stranger carried (heprlpo far tho mm sho haduontajly.dccdod on, amlliiucruri 1 itwlibout opposition. Her Idling-MIL KOMAIV TPII.VKII NI) saw (u,ro noon shared by rwo most of ttusf fiosent, for a altnilar TIIII UIIKX. acenn toeiii j, . ovor ulinoit ovory hor but wo tan't holo yo horto. I dens article ulfi redforbalo, from Mrs. Wake's wo'll do now." piano lo II .mains rdciclng-borsTho "Did your mamma bond you?" asked BtranB'or .ntliid evoryionornnd was boon Mr. Ilomaln. bole pnspiur "Oh, nol shu's cryln. an' w dus llooin, fought we'd help ask folkes. 1'loaso and stu. k, l.tniri( tho owner of tho farm thconly acifv&bMdor ugalnst turn, Mr. Man." him bulti u1B reprosonTatlvo of Mr. And moiling In a frlondly but llrown for tUe fleld adjofifliiff' bis coalfaihlon, tho ohlldron trotted mine down tho walk. As tholr Httlo flguros Mr Ilionn had not oxpeolydj.0 ment vanished, Unclo Potor came around tho with unv i.,p(jsiiloni ondToThad sot tho house. limit his .to pay at a "Who aro thoso children, unclo?' viry mol. n resc ntotlvo was Mr. Ilomaln queried Mr. Ilomaln. gazing after thorn. Instantly iuto flguro. This suourcd thu outUd, andso " Dey's po' Mawtu lllaka chlllum, sah. Whole o 'membBrsI tuluyou how MawaTom As uu , ,ih tin- auotfoneer announced Oono die Ins' week j well dny hU twins. asked Doy do Bay it's scan'lous how Mh' theoloet tun aio, Mr. Kom.iln orowd the askinMii.J Hluko's boln' troatod. Mas4,i Tom dono to plvdsu 4( k'Uutll dlsappolntcl B.lon as pfomlaespis sign it noto fur a gunnamun, an ho can't W . thing h had boT7nTtr'vyorjr pay, an doy h tur bo n auutlon de.-for a lad i h, j wmUtalto of un' Masa Tom not dead it week her propntv that yot acugaly. I'..' Mla' lllaki I" 'Ihe itople Hied aiuvl t!U! ",d J!r spin-storwhbo-yo) u, dn) tu lull 5 Ctiltatti?, m Divlfiu bun- cfactor, a Saviour, was born to tho world. Ills lifo and momory woro to bo tho blessing and joy of all nations. No tribe, nor kindrod, nor topguo was to engross His lovo or glory wholly In His name. Wide as thn globe, ovur all continents and to all tho isles, tbo Heavenly II gh't of that birth was to spread, until tho wasto placos wro mado glad and tho desert blossomed ui the roso. Gloriously to this end has it spread for eighteen hundred and elghty-nlnyears, until Christendom is bocomo tho hoart and lifo of tbo clvillzod world. 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