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THE HICKMAN COURIER! . FINE JOB PRINTING EXKCUTKD WITH HEATNESS AND DISPATCH. BALE BILLS, Waw - CEORCC WARREN, Editor. TOT OLDMSTXa WiFAPgB IJ WESTERN KENTUCKY. sWT 1891. ENVELOPES, LETTER HEADS, BILL HEADS, INVITATIONS, ETC., ETC OAXX AND SEE ITS. Prlcoof Subscription, $150 KSTABLISHKI) 1859. Ilia HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY. KENTUCKY, FRIDAY. JANUARY 9, fc .? VOLVl. ' - NO. 12. HEFOJiMERS. pUptOglapllcd. Titr. new navnl vrasel, Newark, lmrnn S0 tons of coal n day. Tub railroads' for 1800 will nay-rolls CURRENT TOPICS. TIIHATErtS DURNED. Tire Chinese do not permit women to rorlunstrlj-- tlio rire hlsrlrd Aflrr t)C AT PINE JUDGE. Fronrlod Wnrriora Wnnt to Dlo Killing Whito Men. A nUMORED NAVAL AOTCVmT. Onlrr. An Annapolis special to tho New York Times says: Comment Is aroused among navy ofllcera over tho scries of orders emanating from tho Navy Do pnrtment within thu past few weeks, directing tho commissioning of war ships at 8an Tranc-lsco- , nnd tho ordering of various other cruisers to Pa clllc water. Under tho present ors ders no 1cm than eleven and flvo revenue cutters will soon be In commission In tho Pnclflo nnd ready for duty. If, in addition, the rumored chartering nnd arming of acven steamers for revenuo cutter duty In llchrlng 8cn proves correct, the U. H. naval fore will number twenty-thrcships, against tho live llritlsh gunboats and one armored vessel at present protecting flrcat Ilritnln'a Interests In tho North Pacific. It Is now asserted that the Yantlc will be smnt from New York to the Pacific. Tills will SncmtuK tho alxire force; by rtiii wnr-shlpo HFTY-iqitS- T Ik ncnrly A four year to nlxnit Mn. 8700,000,000. riiKKiiiK.Tr'H "tpensra JSO.OOO. amount In Just paid vA v It, iv u r i - long. Ki.kvrx liatlla ships nro now being H4BRhlrig constructed for tho German GovernC 11. Git.MArr, of Lexington, haa nel ment, tho Western Union Telegraph Company Mb. Diiakb took tho premium for 'ivccmbcrsn. The laurels for 8500 damages, because tho .delay- - of thick nt tho Wellington (Kan.) poultry le 'Ujm them In it,.. .rit a message made hun miss the purchase show, RfjFffjrefonn Congressmen-elec- t of a horse. A ClllMKKr 153 feet In height l to bo minutes later tho entire building on tha Jim uiaincu; iiiinerio Kepnu- Wim.iam HinoiKs, a prominent whote rrccted nt New Haven, CL, nt n cost of Twenty-eight- h street sido .was ablaze. salo liquor merchant of Louisville,, VfM 7,U00. killed nt an early Hour tue other morn ? It was a dlnner.giycn by tho A unTRn weighing sixteen pounds Then tho flames burst upward and In n fow momenta tho roof had taken lire and injr rander peculiar etretmstaBeea. Ha Leitrue toccle- - .. k.v-j- was display d In a Now York store tho Maw-d- . fiercely was" attempting to- - dtsmOTUlt froro.stJ At l'J'30 o'clock tho art a largo number of warriors . ??lKlJ!JlfmTCiLJR.:SiTS-T7- S5 TSp other !y. In tho enemy's camp who liavn worked flames burst out furlouslv tntlii- rjL.llv lraihi, . .. . I I fi iwr WW., Tuv n..i.,i,. i .., II II up to a condition of another vpKj ' A A'..l,ln.. UiciatalTci ,..,.r. and sparks 'rankhn Mao-- 1 yly, Utah, has jwld- to dU 1 11,3T.000 oi nermanncommunicated with the roofl fnipr &Itnltr in flincn li'ltft BMUf'l mhmmlmmmtm luleri4j; - nllrfllrniln.- - I'KrnTe! Tlny Kav I tfjtm mm are intercrfieti in tno licnnng f isten ton tU Monday Tbereai fljtikif .. etween tho itvn roducetr tho" sneakers. Tho throwing his hen3 under tho wheels. Tn hut Mr. Hoar and Mr. Aldrtch MltO to SM.lety. of Now fire, ?. nl nro going to dlo nea controversy have reail with some speakt8 Included these and 12:40 Tho latter passed over his neck, break o'clock 'Tr. ?..'. at Cat. and Senator Fpooner mads the York, gtxa Dr. Moillynn a Christmas tho entlro hbw-subjects: r",,u Kmlt' Whltoinen. It Is also said concern those dispatches from Kuropo motloVo adjourn, which wai carried without ing It Ho died almost Instantly. ... In .l- -.r 'Tariff Kefoirm and Free rumo of ,oo, of coinpleto destnictlnn. Hermanns that two bucks escaped nllvo from tlio which Intimate that the llritlsh fleet Is que.ntv Teleitrimi have been sent to alt the The Frankfort city council has passed Trade," Mr: William T. bker; "Tho ItociiRronT'a list of duls up to ditto Theater was abloxo Wounded Kneo fight, who swore that to lo complemented In tho North Pnclllo abtont Kpubllcsu Senatora lo be on baud at 13:iS o'chck, and they will sot tho ordinance and Past and Futuro of Tariff Reform," another niimlMTtuenly-thrrr- , Agency on fire and by tho fleet of tho German Kmplrc. Monday, hcn a ruueus li to bo held. An at- Mayor Taylor has vetoed It, the veto be General Jchn C. ltlack; "Tko AwakenInsrtenof whleh then thu buildings U'twren tho two tempt wilknen bo mvln to reach ome cenclu-aloe nns noiimhtl. General Tho dispatch nays that this does not apJ. structures began to cmmbln under tho kill the agent themselves. with srard to the federal Elections MIL ing sustained. An ordinance similar In ing of tho Farmer," .'kw IlAVf." Iim drcideil not to furfierce heat, llricks meltel awnr. raft- - Mllea has his troona all around tho pear improbable to any ono who ha sndpotillt on financial 'emulation. purpose was passed last January over Sterling Morton of Nebraska.; "Reci nish fren tril twx.ks, to the Itouiiin Catl. era crashed down. could throw nil In nnyda and lccn awaro of the persistency with procity," Hon. Owen Scott; "Tlio Rehe Heme adjourned until the mayor b veto, hut has been a uend all this there fncmn' olio vnroclilnl chKls. vision of tho Tariff by Its Vietims," enme a wall from n thousand throat. Hum n tremendous natiic, Dili could not which Great llrltaln nnd Germany havo Monday nea after a trier meeting, at which letter ever since. thero were pntent about ninety members. The prevent small bandit ecaplng here and operated In tho Pacific- lU'ni.vsiris Ulll.Tnlly dylnpof mrl. A fireman stood on the roof of the thea Edwin Ilurritt Smith; "Tho New Pollt Tiik retiring Jailer of Campbell Coun leal resignation cl II. II. Markham at s member of nncholy, He professes moist profound tcr when the flro started. Ho was seen there, which would have to bo followed Era," Edward O. Mason; "Subsidies the Hoard ot Managers tf the National Homo ty, Mr. W. II. Turner, will shortly instl up by tho soldiers, which would llMJhlu and disgust for life. BIO FAILTJim for Dliabled To'unteer Boldtcra wat pretented tute suit against the city of Newport for and ISountles," Colonel II. W. Snow; to throw up his hands before his face. place wa, s brief atrustlo on 63,000 and referred. There the Jives of many set- Tho Tiik mlnrrs of Kuropn nd America Then ho letiggcred, lurched forward for services performed in taking "The Political Revolution, What Caused Watch Compsny Ihe point o adjournltc;, the Democrat, nro prejiarlnj for concerted action lu nnd plunged In tho awful depth be- tlers in danirer. llv holdino-- his f skra an Attltrnraent. and station' It," William G. Ewing. through Mr Jlito-- (Tona.). trying to carry Ihe cure of tho work-houstroops until a much larger force The greatest enthusiasm was manidemand of Uio clh'htdiour day. low. Plve John C. Dnclxir, of tho minutes later thcro ran ln notion. TheIlepubllrsna did not propoie to house. A city ordinance wns passed thrown around tho Indians tho Tiikri: U a Polish doctor practicing In went up a terrible cry from thn Watch Company, made an assign- bare their Ilofire adjourned by the Democrat, August 23, 1880, tho Beventh section of fested throughout the speeches. When Paris who bears tho remarkable name great mawi of ivople packrd in trouble can be confined to the reserve. ment Monday evening ut Cincinnati, to and after derating Enloe'a uotlon. Mr Thnmaa which provides that tho city jailer nhall Mr. liakcr, tho first speaker, nrose ho f M l'rlnkerltchsvltnchtchUky. the street. "Seven firemen have fallen ' Tho end can not bo reached without Howard Douglass, for tho benefit of (WI)'morl to go Into Commliuo of the be allowed a compensation for services was unable to proceed for some mo Whole on eie private calendar- MlllitTrx.' ments. Pleasantly accepting the apfriends of (lenernl In." Scarcely had this horror Ix'cn ono or morn battle, and bloody ones, creditors. The establishment nt Can- male the point of no quorum, and then Mr. rendered ns overseer of the work-hous- e I'atrlck Ck'liutno air ndslnir funds for a mado known Iteforo a scries of explo- as there are too many of tho crary w ho ton., O., is ono of the largest in tho McKlnle;, for the IEepubVcana, moreJ to ad- and station-house- . Tills ordinance has plause, as intended for his subject sion coming from Crook's gun storo only want to follow thn example of world. Mr. Duebcr, la an Intcvicw, journ, snltli motion was carried. monument to htm nt Helena. Ark. never been repenlcd, nnd Is in effect tlio rather than himself, he proceeded with 'Thirty years sgo there was mingled Wasiiisoton, Jan. ft KEMATE Tho moat Tiik announcement that Kansas last next to tho theater on Ilroadwny cre- their lllg rxit relatives. Ceneral Mllea told how tho trouble came aout. He Important morement of the prrtcnt teuton present day. the holiday festivities of the American people, sent out a letter yvstcnhiy asking for a sold: "The assignment year raiwd was made be- waa made thl nfter. oon In Ihe henate. Tto jmunds of cotton ated a panic nnd almo-- n stampede In Danvim.k has had a fire lately and In as there Is the celebration ot a great vlll bo a surprlso to a rood many tho crowd. Ily this time tho ilamca had hearing Tho Indians tore the letter cause I wanted to protect my friends Federal elections MM was and the consequence Is organizing a volunteer victory for human freedom. Those ot ua whote 'rnginents and threw them Into and myself from ono mam He forced nsanclal meature recontly rvixirfd taken up fire department. memories run back to that heroic period can extended Wvnml llnnnnn's Thrnirrou I'?1" things of to recall wat llko "Wc want no trcoty- - roe to take the step by asking for In Its place Thla wat cmtnpllabed by a comthlnjr with which to polish tlio north The wind Mirirtenlr fresh ' Ul? '" Tlir. The sleet, the other day, turns out to day to enough that that historythe bination (if llepubllcant, with alt Itself. remind rye irlasM'S and SHctacles l a bit of cued Into a half gale, and n sheet of we nre hero to flcht." Last nliihl sev things ho was not entitled to. Ho Xht Demivrata, on a nioll.n, luada by Mr. Btuw have ben very damaging to fruit and The victors laus memorable repeats of 1840 contest the s Moisten the classes and rub flame shot up to the corner of eral shots wen fired by our pickets, had rceclrrd of tho rrt, cf NeraJs. J!r. Hale from the Cecils shade trees, and In some instances to dltelalmed any Intention of giving freedom to a dry, Twenty-nintstreet A shower and tho couple of arrows wero thrown purchase money for n business plant, Otmmlttee reported back without amendment forest trees, over a largo area in Ken the stare, and vehemently protested agalntt Into many weak being called on ULAHaTfi.iK Is perhat paid of sparks flew across tho street, arriving, jards. Doctors are constantly and holds security to tho extent of flvo the apportionment bill (which wat placed and tucky. It was especially severe in Cen souls there wasabolitionists. that To '' appel'atlon, as a terror In there being no less than fif- to one. He wanted to force mo to tho the ralendu), and stated thst maj illy writer of tho day. 1IU contributions nnd the woodwork of the windows of teen here, mtsonly reports 'would be pretented In a few trnl Kentuclty, but the Western part ol there Is to day among a multitude of honest with a largu corn of wall, nrc In constant demand, repardlcsn of thn Sturtcvnnt Houso took fire. Tbo so that ho could get n dsyt. Mr Siewnrt pretented lilt when Ihey are called "free traders.' the Mate did not escape. asssistanU. A delegation of friend-lie- s further hold on me. amendrrenl and Mr, Sherman ipolto at!ntt It. price. tradel It may Interest somo I would not hotel brigade extinguished this, hut In Tiik opening of the new 830,000 open.' of "What It free of the new political subterfuge asks that a large, party lie that, as It would have been a sacrifice of The new Idaho Penalort were aworn In. the disciples The large landed proprietor! of I'lscn, Ic.--J than flro tnlnutea it was ablam Mr Henderson (Ia"T"preientd the house wus a great ovent nt Paris tho to learn that Worcester defines It as 'commer-'- mi Ilocea nt '"it at once to aid tho tho interest of thmo who havo tJennanr, are tttrionsly alannwl by tho again. Almost at tbo same Instant report cial reciprocity.' Uut In a broad way I think It lo escape from tho hostlln cmi. stood by me, and also a sacrifice of my conference doing on tbo Urgent Deficiency other night. whideiuin migration of their laborer to thero was a crash and Hcnnaiin'a TheIllll to he tinted that the Aaiio.v Tlunn was once ii civil engl fair to say It consists of unrestricted exchange They claim that seven or eight hundred own of commndltlen. Commerce la and always has Benate had receded from Ut amend Itrazll. Interests. I could not do ater, which waa then burning brisklr, neer, and, of course, owned n transit in Viiioimia will adopt a system of leaa-Inj- r seemeil to go up In an ocean of sjwrks wnrriom wish to return; that tney that for ono man who already ment! (relative to the pnyof Senatorial clerkt), strument. Tho identical transit owned been nothing but barter. All the actsol all the Cccgrestct that ever met have been unable to either fled through fright ut first, or hod ample security. All those who havo bat that the lloute might eipect to meet the lU oyster lieds. rollowlng thU all tl Maryland recelrea nd flame by Mr. Iturr Is existence. ot the any thing else. quetllsn w ere forced to lo w ith the rest. To let claims against tho company w 111 Iks paid lameDeficiency on the Legltlatlvo orIton thntoGen- J. W. Stewart, still in lives near 'Squire make It ot man's toll for The exchange satisfies n Immrnso rvvemic from n similar buildings Imyond Hennann's took flro Hill. that which eral Ha thought jutt the who Dixter product the frlendlies go would undoubtedly in lull. I hey can rest assured of and thrn the flames began sprcadlii; precipitate a lxiurce. that. Bcnate lo make thlt ttatement. The report Station, on tho P., T. and A. railroad, bis desires baa been the course of nature since light and began, Mr. Cannon (III.) wat to ('Al.troHMiA this year pnsluceillS.OOrt,. east on Twenty-eigh- t street. At I dsys of valunble time consume several The liabilities arc about J3i0,000 and tlio pend agreed to. and pata the Senatemovedtor sus- in Calloway County, who In his younger the world right. ' and so we claim It as an In' the Illll No decLiion !a hhm-Io'clock the entlro front of every bulhl-Inmore than El, 000,000, nlxml 51,- - erection rulet public building at Danville, the days followed tho profession of a sur alienable unworthy of our liberties If we do 000 palhuis of wine. Of this 1.7S0.O00 "We are ot a I1L the matter has le'n made yet. Sunday f00,000. on Hroudway letwren Twenty The nsseta con&Ist of tho plant Agreed lo yeatlld. nnjt IS the clerk noting a veyor, is the proud possessor of thlt not stand out for the moral principle Involved camo from tho vineyard of Senator was nnd fight the doctrine of protection, because It eighth ami Twenty-nintstreet was on who wann aim clear, and tho wounded, and other renl estate at Canton. 0., tho quorum. A bill wat patted for Ihe erection ot h tan font instrument. Is essentially wicked no matter who may reap The wind had Inennsed Ij will are on their way to tho railroad, stock, tools, etc., on hand: also real r.v a public bMldlng at Ulrbmond, Ky., at s cott of A nr.Toi.imox In Peru, In the Inter-"- t fire Inside. A niiAr eagle measuring seven feet material beneOU from It. Free trade Is the soger a small hurricane, and It was appnrrtt lllans lu the no dlscomforta. The In tnto In Newport, Ky., where the plant tr,U00. Adjourned. of nnd a half from tip to tip was killed at high Ideal which the rising generation will see Pirnola, was r hospital inimK-- ewer was formerly located." In tu luclpleuey with a auerlflcu that not only was tho Tw Mr. Norvin Harris' place on the Shclby-vlll- e realised. It Is something worth fighting for beNews Hem. four cause It appeals to the sympathy ns well as to street block doomed, but the b.ilhlln-- s dren, tliousand men, women ami chilpike, of forty llrcs. tho ItermsE.vrATivK nnd represent every ngeney lu tlio Kr.iu of Kansas, morning. near Louisville, did other the intelligence) nt men and It will yet be s FROM MILES TO SOHOPIELD. Introduced In tho House a bill directing the kill- shibboleth 10 win victories. Two stable boys Tiik Prlnceui Alexandra, of Wales, Is lwtween Twenty ninth and Thirtieth two Dakota. streets were In danger of dcstriiUh'l. tho (Juccn rifles. On Soldier Killed and Sit and an Offlrer the Secretary of the Treasury to print ing with "But what la revenue reform? The expres farnritr daitghtrr-ln-law- , The firemen worked heroically, but jmI has always w onniled an While Clay Creek. TllK examining trial of James Ellis elons of some frightened editor and statesmen TOUOIIBO OFI'. tcn most .mrran'y tI Uxn IIultMlktMtM high wind and flcrecneM of the flrn'Wk election wouia icau oao hi minx it conuenerol h'choflcM has received two to the amount of fifty millions of dol- Jlrown for the killing of D. T. Fanner, since In by Her Majesty. Willi it sists the prompt repeal of tho McKInley law. much for telegrams from Oenernl Mllea In regard lars. during a difficulty at Scatcs' MH1 It lrcKrtcd that Alison Is now at alimtst too at .W0,000.thriu. The loss Is Nil Ijitt. I'ntil Hnurkr.l lliinfllnlr nmlAro to Silly. Hut why the McKInley law? If the last thir tno imllan troutilea. Christian County, recently, has closed, teen per cent. Is outrageous robbery, as con work upon a patent appliance which csHnatcd Tho first, ItKlnKSKXTATIVK Aiim:ii Tavloh, While n numliet- - of lya of ages rnng-In-g dated Pino Kidge, January 3, is ns fol Illinois, has introduced In the House of and resulted In a venlict of acquittal on tested by these disappointed one, how will Mill make tho "hello" jrirl In tho tele- from ten to fifteen j ears, were playa TOWDOAT DLOWB UP. phone oillce a s reports, under bill providing that the rate chnrgeublo tho grounds that tho deed was dono in you characterize the previousor forty soven per luxury. ing olsnit a lot of empty nnphthn bar- lows: Colonel atrocity the Drown was nt onco re- cent.! It Is not 4ie these gentlemen, McKInley To accommodate various shades of 111. Klllr.1 n.l Hetrral liijurnl llMitto rels In a foundry building attached to date of 'Jd instant, tho following casual for registration on domestic mall mat law that disturb! but the rnrt.iimulli, O. tlca In skirmish with hostilcs, on White ter shall 1h) (he leased from jail. faith mid opinion there are In the fact that the pcorle hare found them out, tho Stoddard mnuufacturlug estabcents for each piece in TlietowlsMit Anna Itolerts eiplled lishment, Hay I reck, b. D., near this agency, on nihil t Ion to the regular postage. does not consist In a return "revenue refora Host. KKiTBKSf A Mii.lkh, formerly United Slate", according to tho census nt Dayton, ()., Sunday, Decemlier SO: n cylinder head l'rldav nt a. m oppoof the last ot the tribute extorted from an unKilled Private Do. returns, HO distinct rcllifUmit. tif tlie numtier threw n lightIllK Treasury Department, on the 2d, State Inspector and Examiner, and who willing people, tnt In the definite change of site Portsmoulh, 0 , ""instantly killing ono match mln M. Trnnceschech, Troop O. ias been dangerously ill at his home in direction In our (seal policy. There la no midHutt Uinusand workmen of Switzered Into tho bung-hole- , of ul.ir of October 0, Wounded: Owcnsboro, is rapidly recovering. First umlcr its dr. land do embroidery They am paid fire men and terribly wounding many n barrel. Instantly nn explosion fol- Seventh Cavalry. dle ground of pcue between n tariff ot prohibiS"i7,C00 more. The Invit was Iwund for PittsD. Mann, Seventh CavalLieutenant J. ntHHit 810.000,000 annually, and their in Allen tion snd a tariff for revenue only. At Moore's school-housburgh, and was moving slowly up tho lowed, and barrels nnd lioys scattered ry. Privates M. C. Hillock and Win. 8. bouK 'Tor thirty yrtrs we bare been traveling unmachines are worth fA,000,ooo. with ojunl sw Iftnens nliout the build Tiik Treasury Department on the 2d County, a couple of rufllans, who un- der Republican control toward prohibltJrzr'bul Kllpatrick, Troop It, Seventh Cavalry. UtiHK unfeellnir priM)n Is salil to have river, but with n full pressure of steam. ing. 1 our dertook to break up a Christmas frolic, our course Is now changed. The American of the youngsters wero resumed the purchase of silver. t'jiprrssel as a Christmas iflfl to Colonel Just opposite Portsmouth a terrible ex- knocked senseless and two severely Private Peter Clausen, Troop C. Prlvnto amount ofTcrvd was lU2,0O0 ounces, The were battled by tho pluck of the young people bare never quailed at any burden that and InfferNill, on tho C. O. I), plan, a copy plosion occurred, tearing open the Imiler bruised altout tho face and breast. It Win. Kern, Troop 1). Farrier Itlchard the nmount purchased 807,000 ounces ns lndy teacher. Sho planted herself In was necessary for the preservation or our deck of the Nat and a public tax tha man- - Is supposed that a small quantity of .1. Nolan, Troop I. First Sergeant door-wawhere the nifllaus wero must cease.but 'Millions for for prliate gain "Krldcnces of a Kutun- - .State." "f follows: 25,000 ounces nt l.OJjfi 80,000 tho gletl bodies men Most firing off their pistols and about to en- one cent for prtrate greed' publicbegood but not Pkiiiiais the oldest llvini; Indian In of the men ofkilled Into the rltcr. wero naphtha was contained In the barrel iu Theodore Italner, Troop K, Seventh nt 01 V; 125,000 ounces nt 1.04 09; may our watch0 and injured Cavalry. The other telegram bore tho tho Tnltcd States Is Muddy Water, a which tho torch was applied. ounces at 1.05; so.OOO ounces at ter the house, and defiantly Informed word. Tariff reform Is the Issue ot the day. sleeping in their bunks at tho thuj &nwc date, and rave thu list of killed If they entered tho house It Under our banners are enlisted the patriotism them that Hemluoln, resldlnif In Indian Territory, of the accident. Tho killed are as fol nnd wounded in tho Wounded Knee 1.01 10; 50,000 ounces nt LOS 24; 310,000 would bo over hor dead hotly. They and Intelligence of the American people. The Women Flint a Duel. w no nas just entoml his lOtf year. 4th of November was our Gettysburg. We are lows: Prank Perry, deck hand, lien fight of December 29. The listdoes not ounces nt 1.05 23. Word iviiiiim from New Martins('AI.IFvhMA lnu followi.it the Semi of marching on to live forks and the end or tha SrrnKTAltv Windom hns appointed A. didn't enter. Lawson, fireman; New York In adopting a "State llower," Shaw, deck hund; .lames Swnll; J II. ville, W. Vn., that two nhrslclans havo differ from that already given. Tiik Lexington electric street cars conflict. And when this campaign of educa L. Drummond, of Now York, Chief of James Gr'en, dock been summoned togo to TenMlle.Tyler tion shall have done Its perfect work there will but the t?!d-l- l Mat has ehiuM-thn the Secret Sertlce Division of tho carry school children at half fare. All horribly buriuil our glorious leader, the be s crown ot Uurcl E2PT THEM BUSY. Kvhim l'iiy inslrail of Uie golden nxl. hand. and Wvio mangled by pieces.tud r.mnty, t ntteivl two women who Damcl. Ho.vxku, a stockman of Lex- living embodiment offur Tna-ur- y Department, and II. li. Kiind, reform, the typical Amersome of fought a duel w Ith butcher knives. Tho front Appearance. Captain Wallara Kill- of ?Anrir.i.i is said in io ington, wns found dend in his room at ican, O rover Cleveland." a Chief of division in tho Iron. Light or ten others nre wounded. light occurred without spectators In ed Hit Warrior. Ilrfore lie Was Otrr- tho by her LetOKKI.RAI. BLACK'S STEKCII. Fifth Auditor's ofllce, Treasury Depart- the Stock Yards Hotel, Wichita, Knn., Thodamago tho vessel ters come bsiier from eiery )arl of tho ccsl SI.000. Itto owned by adoes not ex kitchen of one of tho combatants, named come. tho other day. Morphine was tho ngent On the subject, "The Vast and Futuro ment Is Pittsburgh Wllvm, which is descriticd as a most A letter from Pino Ridge Agency decountry and on every roncelvablo topic. firm ami most of the crew lived there. of Tariff Reform," General John C. Tin- Chief of Engineers reports ns of destruction. ferocious nnddepcrntceneounti'r. Mrs. tails some hitherto unknown facta con- not worthy of improvement, Gunter's Tiir. Hiiltan of Turkey haa conferred J. II. Frail's store in Wrdsville, Liv- Illaek said that never in the history of Wilson la terribly cut alsiut tlio face, cerning tho death of Captnln Wallace at 0'Brten Can Have the leadarihlp. jHin Mrs. Whltelaw Held tho order ingston County, was burned, with Its tho country, when tho issue between creek nnd Ui.ittaliooclio river, in Ala It Is reported that at u conference lie neck and breast, and is fatally hurt. Mounilett Knee. After the fight, tho bama of tho Hhefkat, tho highest Turkish contents. Loss $3,000, with small In- high tariff nnd low tariff was presented Tho other woman's nnine Is not knowrt letter states, Coffin Wnllnce wni decoration that can 1 given to a wom- tween O'llrlen and Pnrnell, Pamcll to tho people free from war or other SHitKTAiiv Wl.MtoM has directed nil surance. The fire was Incendiary. an. mado tho nfTer to retire till thn next as yet, nor tho cause of tho strnngo found nt the entrance of an Indian Collector of T. I,, llooy, nired 33 years, died very questions, had they fulled to declare In t etifrm t tli lodge, with flvo dead warriors lying duel. A mono the funniest birds known nru general election for Parliament, It a low tariff, llrielly summing nenr him, each Indian corpse showing decision of thu lr. S. Supremo Court In suddenly nt his homo In llethel. Hath favor of history of tho question in tho ii. . tho "umbiflU Mnl,' which has a crrsl O'lirirn take the leadership nnd but up tho Erplnilon of a bnllct wound. IMvo of tho chambers the case of Zchurgcr, Collector, ngalust .County. His death is a mystery,mor- early days of the Republic he said: like an umbrella, and tho "111 bird," use It under Parncll's advice. Paroell p A took In the Captain's revolver wero found Colin, in which It was held thnt a man- some suppose that it resulted from which has a volco llko tho tolling of a also Infonned O'llrlen that If ho would placeterrlhln explosion of "la 18T4. for the first time after tho close of Saturday In the Trinity pit, near empty, nnd from tho position lu which ufacture of worsted was not a manufac- phine. war, the attention ot tho people to this do this the ventenco of imprisonment 111. T110MA8 FAitsiKn nnd Ellis Drown, the tho Polish town of 0itrnu. question was challenged. Hy a decisive popuFifteen the bodies lay it is presumed that Wal- ture of wool. This decision of tho wedding In I'.ofiton ngnlnst him (O'llricn) would lie At tho Amcs-Wos- t Collectors nre Infonned, will ap- citizens residing near Scales Mills, lar vota the people declared, as they had al IkkIIcs havo leen recovered and twenty, lace killed tho flvo Indians before ho court. thn father of thn happy groom, K ti, ply only to Importations of worsted Christian County, became involved iu a ways, ror tarin rerorm. uisuaining tnis flvo miners nre missing. Tho threo wns overcome. Ames, settled tho sum of 91,000,000 upon and succeeding Imperial mandates of the The Entire rarallj Oone. cloths made prior to tho passage of the quarrel over family affairs, when tho people, hundred nnd fifty uthcrmoniii tho mind party in 1KS0 passed the hit m)ii as his share In tho joyous occaFriday monilug Mrs. Georgo llnln, escaped by open shafts. former wns killed with a fence rail by logical the Itepubllcan a pretended protective net of May P, 1M"0. A Sweet Voice Stilled rorever. conclusion of sion. near Irwin, Pa., anM at 6 o clock nnd Ilrown. Itoth men became very angry, tail Wll.MA.vi8, of DayMcKInley law. Had I teen a IllTllkShXTATlVK Emmn Abbott, the grent American Onb of the new appointees to n New drowned herself tu a well. Thivn taught In the doctrines of that party Her Corset Steel Saved Hrr. ton, ()., has secured the appointment of when Fanner Jlrown drew a knife upon prima donna, died at the Hotel York pollco cuptatney Is Max V, ago her lovely young daughter went to telle, la the rights of the Government to Mrs. Slmw, a dressmaker nt Lot Salt Lako City, at 7 o'clock John T. Wnymlre, of Plqun, nml .Ins. hisopponcnt,who seized a rail and struck meddle In the minutest aflnlrs of tho people, PehmHiW-rger- , y a Unrnrisn, whoisnenr-l- craiy, ThU drove hrr hu&bnnd liifi.iuc, Angeles, T, .Moorheiul, of Troy, nt Weigh Mas- Farmer to tho ground with it. Farmer I could not fall to accept tho McKInley law. '!., wns shot at by a discard Monduy morning, of pneumonia. i fet n Inches tall, nml weighs 3US nnd he tiled in n arose and followed Ilrown, who struck Hut the voice of three fourths ot the Slates has at lltta-burg- etl lover, who afterwards committed was taken 111 on Wednesday night, Sho ters In tho l'.nllway Mnll Service. but : lounls. DecemlH-rllO-, him 11 second blow, knocking hiin down declared against this act, and tbo theory of CUTCIIKO.V, of Michand Krldny morning kulciito. Mrs. Shaw's life was saved by persisted In going on the stage nnd When Uic boys were out skating In thu lost of thn family suicided, all with tw o of tho bullets striking corset steels. Government that produced It, They nao singing r pull in "i.rimin, notwith- igan on th Vd Iiitr.dol In th lfu," and inflicting fatal internal injuries, fur . tsr!2 fsr revenue only " Exilport, Me., the other day, Ilcnjamln In throe weeks. from standing her physicians ndviscd her not a joint resolution constituting a Hoard, Urown-mad- which ho died almost instantly. "onvKu.MiE.rr of cash, uv casu, ron Caiwn Wat tlicui all In skill, speed and Java Coffee Crop a Failure. his escape nnd is still at to. On New Year's she was taken tocouslntof two Senators and threo CASH." Is En, Und Bullrlnj-- the United Btateif ho endurancn. lln Is otdy slxly-secllureuu of American llcnubllca alarmingly ill, nnd a confcrcnco of phy uicinbcisof tho lloiibe, nml two ofllcers largo. was introduced Lonl Salisbury Is reported to liuve hns received nd Ices of tho years old. gormand who undertook as a man who Morton each from tho army nnd navy, which almost totnl siciana Tiik Fulton for twenty years had Tiik pnrrot has not tho monopoly of scut o&turanccH to Ottawn that thero Is failure of the cofTco crop In Juvu, which she has wns ordered. From that tlmo shall tnku Into consideration diving the to ent three quails n day for thirty days fighting the battle of tariff reform, talking nmoug birds. , Tho mytiun, n no change In the status of the llchrlng Is cstlmstcd nt only nliout sixteen per morning, grown worse until Monday recess of Congress the subject of const stumbled nt his twenty-nintbird on been when sho died. She leaves He kept the company In u rour with his hpecles of starling, la very Imltntiru and Sou ueslloii, und will not be until the cent, of former iinnunt ntcrages. defenses with spcclul reference to tho the tenth dny. an estate of St, 000,000. apt stories nnd witty arguments. He Bays "0(kmI morning" very plainly In United Slates consents to arbitration; most urgent necessities ns to fortificaThe man who is mean enough to rob said: that In tho incnntlmo llritlsh subjects Hotel Murder. response to a salutation. tions, armament, defensive ships nnd his grandmother has been found nt Governor Feck Inaugurated. "Up to very lately I believed Rip Van will conllntio to unprotected In lawful Post-okkiWhile preparing breakfast Sunday odlclals linvo agreed nnd is in jail for the oiTense. Winkle's sleep wus considered the longest nap Tho second Democratic Governor of torpedoes. Tlio Hoard is to report to pursuits. morning in the Kimball House, Atlanta, Congress on these subjects heforo J miuxin tho 'establishment of a on record. You remember tho story as told by Mlts. lliiANNAN, of Marlon, is work(in., Doe Lowe, thu colored cook, mur- which Wisconsin has been nblo to Ismi-- t liary 1 next. Ten thousand dollars Is ing for the erection of a homo nnd Irving, how he quaffed from the flagons of old service upon nil vessels ten Public Debt Decreased. in thirty years wns inaugurated Monllendrlck Hudson's men till be fell asleep and (Icrnian lines plying of tho Tho decrease of thu public debt dur- dered Louis Matthews the day to succeed Governor Hoard, in tlio appropriated to meet tho necessary ex- school for Indigent nnd helpless chil- slept for twenty years. When he awoke tho with n knife. New York, Hreineu nml Hamburg. ing December wns 8!1,00.1,S9S. pense of the Hoard. dren. first thing no aid was 10 look ror his gun. Tne person of Georgo W. Peck. o At tho War Department n card Tiik Hurnsldo nnd Cumberland llhcr first flagons of protection wero drunk by the ltonetty Rewarded. Uied tho Hank's Money. ago. is lieiug prepared that wlH glvo than SIMPLE BUT PROFITABLE. Twelve Miners Killed. railroad opened up for business, 11 few farmer morebegan twenty years thoughtWhen John Cox, a iwnter, Sunday night this It Is discovered that President Monro his doze be the farmer tho inllltnry history of every man who Eleven or twelve men were killed In days ngo. It connects with tho C, N country was n government of the people, for of tho foiled People's Itnnk, of I'nyette- - found Sit, 000 worth of diamonds In a tho Utlcn Mine, Angel's camp, near A MiM8TF.il in England made 950,000 wrved tho Union, from (lencral Ornnt O. and T. P. mil way at lluruside, and the people ana by the people. When ho a one vllle, N. ('., used SI07,000 of the bank's little hag iu tho mud on the street, In San Andreas, Cnl., down to the last man who enlisted Monday. A load of by inventing nn' odd toy that danced by tho lluruside and llurksvlllo Transporhe found things bad changed; be found a gov New York. He In his "find" nt ernment tf cash, for cash, by rash. Pit. V,. 11. I.amikh, of the vctcritmry money In his private business, deixislt- - thn Fifth Atenuo. turned men were being low ered on a skip, and winding It with n string. tation Company ut llurnsido Landing. Hotel ofllce, and tho ing worthless collateral as security, 'The flraten 1'resldents wero farmers. No Tins Now Jersey man who hit upon department of tho university of owner being soon found, Cox received when nlout 150 feet from tho surface Tiik Kentucky Democratic. Club nt one then thai and Dr. Hoswell Park, of tho idea of attaching n rubber erasing Covington will give a reception and should l would dare to suggest purpose taxation tho rojw broke, precipitating nil n disused for any other S 100 its rewiinl. than to rsmlly or rive rroien to Death, ... think they hnvo discovered the tance of 450 feet to the bottom of tho tip to tho end of lend pencils Is worth banquet on Jackson Day, January 8. ralne a rfienue, II.. .. .,.. i luiiiuy tu uvc wiiiiout n An County Treasurer Short. there bus been sn swskentng. which caused tetanus or lock- home, whohnvn $200,000. shnft. bacillus "Hut Lieutenant Governor J. W. llrynnwlll leentrimplngthrough tbo sometimes cornea A special to thclndlnniiisillsSentlncl, jaw. The man who Invented tho return mnko tho opening speech nnd Hon. awakening wakes the farmer. naturally, as that tho country, were found by n rondsldo Pulling Cameras on Mrs, O'Shea. rUIng tun The light In the front of each street car In Iler-ll- n near Cambridge, I.ng., Friday from Paoln, Intl., says, Joseph Field. Mrs. O'Sheu has lieen greatly annoyed ball, nn ordimiry wooden ball with n William J. Hendrlek, of Flehilngsbttrg. has anakenod the farmer has bton economic mornltig, county treasurer of Orange la tho number of people It will com- nil frozen lo death. Coiintv, Is by reporters nnd rubber string attached to pull It back, will deliver nn address on "General light. others since, her arrival fortably contain. When that is reached ' The fanner Is pretty well awake on this sub short 11,000. Ho claims It Is n clerical In Pari, mado m,000,000 from It. Jackson." Earthquake Shocks In San Franclico, ject now bomotlmes we sro awakened by our tho conductor cells out " complcto " to error nnd professes his willingness nnd where, andbho Is followed nbout everyA labob a mm as va ever obtained TlilHAlis StArsard shot nnd killed enemies. Perhaps we all are torry for tho recan not take a walk on the pny up whenever tho oxuvt Two distinct earthquake shocks wero ability to th waiting people, and no more will be street without Initantaueous cameras for any Invontlon wa onjoyed by the Low Wallace at Louisville the other mits ot tbi last Pretldentlal election, and yet admitted. amount of tho shortago li known. felt in San Francisco Friday. innkee who lnvnted the Inverted afternoon. Doth colored. It mulled la th McKInley law, And to Mcbeing leveled nt bcr. KInley tnt causa ol tarts reform own more . glasi bell to hang over gn jot to preAltiiovoh whales grow to enormoui A TrttiartrVbe Stoli, .M XIUi Hit mind, Tain Kuniilf Tur Murray l.dgcr ay there arc In ihtn to toy one (lie. Perhaps he does not car die, sometimes eighty and even ninety vent celling from being blackened by Calloway County several of the fraction Joktri "oUontd. Charles Willis, for fifteen year TreasA a result of a trivial quarrel befor such praise. feet long, the throat li to small tween two friends Near Albany, 0a,, IUchard Held and smoke. urer of tho htockbrldge (Mass.) Snvlng The McKInley law wa entitled an set to re clocks, the works of w hlch are made at that tho unlmal couldn't swallow rorty, nt Mneon, On.,a Now Year's Day Hank, Is n defaulter to the extent of another negro known a Illll, stole and duce revenue. Thst toundi well, when a Emir one has seen tho metal plates entirely of wood. Will Pnce, ngefl n bite as largo us n tea biscuit. farmer read that be thought It as what he ato some food belonging to Joe Moore, that are used to protect tho heels and or more. Tho stealing hns been A was shot a an I round This npplles to tho common whale; thu seventeen, Nat Ashley, nnd Instantly enrried on with regularity for twelve or olso colored, and then, laughingly, told soles of rough shoes, but ovory ono sued C01.011ED woman at Richmond has wanted. Hut no read be llttlo further tucrcatlng . aged tlio jailer of Madison County for reduced by retenuowas to upcrmnrctl haa u mouth largo enough to killed by then thirteen years, small amounts being him of tho Joko they had played on him. doesn't know thut within ten years the 83,000 damages for locking up her the taxation, remaps inal title was put on the The latter shot himself, dying soon taken nt n time. swallow n man. Moore put strychnine on somo fish and man who hit upon tho idea has mado daughter. tllloatho principle enunciated by the simplenfter. minded farmer's jouth. lie wont courting u cooked It, nml nt his Invitation tho other $250,000. A UAiii.tmiAM over tho commerclnl Bloody and ratal Battle. n furmer residing west of neighbor farmers daughter. During the week J. E. A Great as Koch, If True. Tiik Inventor of tho roller-skat- e lino left Montreal ut 10; --'7 a. m, It went Information received nt Knox. Me. two fensted on it. They nre dead, and haa Ilopkltisvllle, wus found lying iu the he nil 'chut! d' on tbo subject. '1 he next Hun Dr Horn, of Kiischnu, Hungary, hna Tcmi., from tlludesllle, mado 81,000,000, notwithstanding tho highw from there tot'mibo, thenco to Ireland, Southwestern Moore has lied. from his home, thu dav he saddle J hU bono avid started nut A uy, not fact that his patent had nearly expired other morning,fur and on to London, where it effected n discovered n lemiirkuble cure for dlph. Virginia, Is that at n shooting mutch frozen to death. Ho friend stopped hlin, calling attention to the (act Jamaica Fruits and Vegetable!. his saddl wns on wrong aldo forward. before tho vuluo of It wns ascertained transaction on thu block exchange. A therln. He him been using It in his pr. there Saturday several prominent resi hnd Wen to nelghbor'a the day lef..v, that'Mi, dnu t nay any thing. I put It on that A company hna lieen organised In Ja' g In tho crnzo for reply enmo back and reached Montreal vnte prnetleu for some time, nnd reportn dents of that section, while Intoxicated, maica for that and returning homo intoxicated after waynnnnone could tell vt hlch way I wu go nt 10MO thq time of tho two mpgpgrs thnt only two nnd u half percent, of became Involved in i. light. Four of fruits und tho purpose of cultivating spread over tho country a few year night, lot his wuy und falling down log. wis the isiy'anply. vegetables for tlio U B, nmr. ago. the cases trenled prove fatal. them wero Instuntly killed, "The tarmc looking over the bill found a high VuM'tf only thirteen uiipue. froo to death. lift- half-breedfire-arro'srHT-K-'orr- o fur n home In London. Tim steel brlikra across the Columbia Jit Vancouver, Wb., w III bo 0,000 feet t'JoO.OOO John V. Mackkt 1ms Auillrnrr. Wr llliittril-S- U . Mm nlfrd ami Tlirr l'rrl.h In a HurrlMa Slsnnrr. The entire block on llroadwav, Twenty-eightund Twenty ninth streets, Now York, w ns burned lit midnight l'rlday night. '1 his IneJudi s tho Klfthavenuo theater, Hermann's then tho various stores between tho street named. At 11 o'clock n watchman In tho illes of tho lliealer, saw smokn tieldnil tho stairs near tho property room, which Is under tho stage nml just under tho Twenty-eight- h street lobby. Tim lire liegan spreading rapidly and communicated Willi tho wood work under the stag. At midnight the II nines were leaping up all over tho light wood, and fifteen bo-twh tcr-nnFlfth-avenuo llrirlnl iMiinl InrrrssInK rnrlllo Mijumlrnn. ' la atlenilsnco. CONQBESa Kiti)ihI Nr.nliin. Sea-l,t- TI1E COMMONWEALTH. t Hftlit if Ctrllrinrnl llvrrliirrt (IriirrnlMllrsTiirnl'p. Frnm A sieelal to tho IntcrOcenn from Pino Hldgo dated tho 4th, saya: Last night was ono of feverish excitement to many Rt the Agency. For tho first time tho s wjuaw men and were alarmed, and remained tin nil nlirht fcarlmr L that an attack would lo made before morning. Tho Agency Is too well gunrd-e- d to permit any large force to approach very close, without discovery, but it would 1h) hnrd to prevent n few daring Individuals from creeping up some of tho numerous ravines nnd throwing Into bami and haystacks. Tho friendly spies nil say that thcro a omen 8ens-- ? Attenllon wst cslleil to of a quorum by Mr. TJi roll-caiboweit the pruenco of onMTnlfenffnlori, two of them Demo-J'snl tho bcrgoont-ntrws fllrected "lineal the attendance ot aluonteet. It was 11 'floek before a qnorum (fortr four) mi sad lietore Ilia Journal of reiterds; ws 4. In Vice 1'rcaident lahl before tho Benalo ""fredentlsUoCMr. Frederick T l)ubH. a nior from the Kttte of Mahn lor the term ""tlrintne March , Ml. They were referred to "Committee on rrlvlleEea and Kteotlona 'ieKsairarenollcool two amendmrnta to "I Aldrlch's elouro resolution. Then, the mnndgbourhavlns' expired, the Senate E!-tln of W " IIor continued his ipeecn, commenced rrttrdsjr, In lt tArnncj, the ChsrUta had delivered a off orsrer (In which be Inrolc-- the Utrlno prwelton ever the land during thsooinlnc TM, tad sfler the Journal of tho last day's favw bad Iwea read aed approved, tho Ilonsa tUiJSrt ustll Frtdav. JiiiiruoTOi, Dec. st It a. in., with hartll sln.1100 i"io. "'"ittDMIi Coionp.i. J. rJuui.K Smith, of Lcxlng tort, better known ns "Falcon" to newspaper renders, has started for n two months' soWium In Hamilton, Ilermuda, in quest of health. . Tiik block at HopkinsvIUc, occupied by Driver fe Perkins as grocery and wns burned tho other night. Itit.1. Hall Mlt.t.r.ii, a Knox County desperado, while flourishing his pistol In tho facci of John Btoner nnd hla brother, wns shot and killed by Stoser at Hlndman. n, bologna sausage which contains alt three Is on the tree list. There I a high duty on cabbage to protect ouri from tho panpor cabbage of Kurope, but nailer kraut TbeyMpsfc ai Chicago nnd -- Talk Is a big tax on potatoes cotneS In free. There to give the farmer a lOV9t tho Groat Ibouo. higher prce tor those he raises, lint when there is tr drought and 'wo don't raise any we bare to sndfpay the YHaf t?55poken by Prominent Advo- price this Import potatoes Wbcirwe raLsa a bis big tax Imposes. cate ofiTfWlrr KerUlon-T- lie l'att and crop nobody brings sny In. It of Hetenue Iteforin A ' Hut the farmers generally .understand now lleturjr or Education. that good commerce, fair exchange. Is profitable to both parlies, sad' tbst bad commerce rrt. ,! lM hc victories no less re- - stops Itself. John Hull it no slouch at a trade; Ilrother Jonathan is clever enough when It wmwar." Jt was to celebrate comes to swapping. They won't exchange nn r.'ecllcvcd wim nm-l- i n .l.ilnn, less It Is s good thing; ror both. Tho farmers over two hundred tariff- - are all right. Tliry understand that putting a kMTnown to a banquet at the lax on thing doesn't rnako them eheapsr." .KVEt.ANn'!) KAMK. Al'I'f.AUSlt'rOII Lie Hotel. Chicns-o- . nn Ihn Hon. Owen Scott called Ulalno's rec- 'WIOTP 71r iiU iprocity scheme "n gimlet hole bored through tho McKInley Inw." His ref erence taUrovevt;lcvelan(l as the leaner of tho hosts of twill reform brought forth a storm of applause. TIIK TAniFI AVII ITS VIOTIMS. & f'tfelS." , .! . 1 Antl-Porert- y '"- Siill -- .?. Ti Mr. Edwin Hurrltt Smith, in respond- Ana; to tho toast: "The Revision .of .tbeA&&Y. tit- MNwwmtw Tariff fcy Its VJcliins7Tfii7n n.'&rz "The tarin bos been so long with ui and so many lt'Iias become a blessing pTrtoDlSc Ing capable of friendships and enmities. They regard loyalty to what Is absurdly called protection, as others regard loyalty to country. They bare not yet denied the right to modify tho tariff to meet changed conditions, but they Insist that all revision mast bo by Its friends. In fact, alnco the llopubllcan party accomplished Its publio programme with, reconstruction" It has been ma inly occupied la distributing spoils and revising the tariff. "The war rendered the heaviest possible tax atlo n necessary. The Internal revenue collections for a single year exceeded fao,0uu,000. ThU vast burden. In one way or another, rested on property. With tbo close ot the war came a , necessity for tax reduction. It would seem that the two great systems of taxation which bad grown up together, one because of the other and both because of tbo war, should have been reduced together. Hal such has not been tho history. As the English Daroaa converted to their own private usa tho publio lands placed in their hands to enable them lo perform military services after the services were no longer required, so our American tariff barons have continued to lery private taxes on their consumers years after the repeal of the internal, revenne taxes which led to the tariff act ot 19M. "A favorite mode ot revising the tariff by Its friends consists In throwing a tariff bill Into tho secrecy of a conference commlltco in the clos--' lag hours ot lbs session. Then, by changes In classification, a skillful use of ad valorem and specific dutlej In combination and other shrewd devices, It Is mado very difficult. If not qutto Impossible, for even an expert to tell the extent of protection allowed, if ono had tho hardihood to protcil he is called a 'theorist' or a 'student of maxims rather than of markets.' "Such revision has for Its end the removal of all National taxes upon property, In favor ot the heaviest possible, publio and private taxation imposed upon consumption. Iieylslon of the tariff by its friends means the escape ot all accumulated property and the entire Income of the rich above actual expenditures and the heaviest possible taxation on the entire Income ot the poor man who Is obliged to spend all he gets. The victims of the tariff can adopt no'surer course than the opposite of that which has been pursued by its friends Kevenuo duties and taxes must be rclmposed and those which are protective greatly reduced. "The day and hour are near at hand when the victims of the tariff, under the splendid leadership of the man who has given a great cause to his party and a great party to a splendid cause, will undertake a revision of the tariff which will Indeed be a reform." Mr. Edwnrd G. Mason spoko of "Tlio " !. -- I i& krV'"r t toast-llsSxan- d " n Al-ov- IIOL-S- II M n o Ducbei-Hamp-d- en - ici-pl- e lewtjr. three-fourth- lt h g a on-cle- nt enty-elgh'- Ji um-Ic- V Inu-llii- g y 1 175,-00- Ji. over-whelm- ed - C'!-t"- m' wn-.sl- d rire-Dtm- fire-dam- -the wr-vk- s Tom-pieto- n, mad-hou-- e IttTliKNr-.NTATm- o n h o: "Tho great popular condemnation of the methods and principles of the party fn power Is the clear, reasonable and only logical result ot the campaign of education thai for so many weary years, in season ana out 01 season, tno self sacrificing missionaries of tariff reform hare prosecuted In every school district and voting precinct within tbo limits of the Federal Union. This campaign of education lifted the American pcoplo up to a higher plana of Independent political and moral thought than tha shackles and trammels of party hare ever permitted them to occupy. It has taught the pcoplo that submission to party dictation Is slavery pure and simple, slavery abject and servile. It has taught them that there can not bo any thing politically right which Is morally wrong. It has taught them that country Is more sacred than party and that humanity Is broader tban nationality. It haa taught them that there can not be liberty without law or law without Justice, "The campaign of education has laugnt the s, bounties, proAmerican people that tective tar.m and reciprocity belong to lbs aro coparceners In same class ot crimes and the same corruption; It has taught them that a law which taxes tho tolling masses hundred of millions ot dollars annually to aid private enterprises, by discouraging or prohibiting im ports, Is in llsell wrong, ana owmcs !in"su. ably Infamous when Its legitimate result Is made the pretext for further enormous burden of taxation by way of subsidies to tha owners of ships, under the miserable pretense of encouraging tne very commerco thullbe Unit roo-bedrove from our purU. l"roai tho csns. learnod palgs of education tb people that a bounty is not only a cowardly alias for a protective tariff, but Is so diabolical In Its oozing corruption as to gtvt tbo thing It stands for 113 only semblance of honesty; for of tbo protect. it 0 tariff it may bo said that the poor man w ho pays tbo extorted tax gels something, aitnougn ever so little, for bis money. Hut not to with thebuuntyi ovcry str'.cUcn borne in the land. every suffering, tolling child ot want is taxed to pay the bouutv. and Iho children of wealth eat Iho sugar and wear the silk. TU ti.Uip.Hfuor tdUvAlin Uzj u:;ht'.h; American people that the great need of the hour at the helm of Mate is not a leader who, Ilka tha man in the moon, shines in u borrowed light, but genius llko Lincoln, wbota Inherent majesty or cuaracior raisen ma ancestor! imm obscurity; not a plumed knight, but a sober, thoughtful, prudent roan; not a man of audao- lty, but a man ot intecrlty, of tenacity of purpose, of mvjesty or character In ehorl, iho man who inauguraiea ino campaign 01 ouuv-- v Hon made political revolution postlble, and la tiov era-inethe guiding star cf a purer and better people-dro- ver of the pcoplo and for tho wholo Cleveland." which restrictive laws had driven from it. tiik cAurAiox or kducatiov. Mr. W. G. Ewing responded to tho toast: "Tho Political Revolution; What Was Its Cause?" He said: New Political Era" as tho time when men would vote their convictions uninfluenced by party considerations. "Subsldioti ana. UiunutltAjlouijl.lL. W. Snow thought wero tho idiotic at tempts of a defeated causa to restora to the sea tho American cornmerco s hn I x " "" i. , iJ . . f ivwt-otllc- o colte-makc- r, rata-logn- "llraveyitrd 1'nliil." of one snot rri,n Limmf,, n1iitifiiiii-iioburial place for havluc served us tho ... .1 . ... .11. .!... people of three races 111 nireo iuwimi. ,,,..w ,,f Hi., M.irM's historv Is met with on u bluff of tho Iowa river, somo forty miles from lis mourn, unis inru-- Microti 1 renii-KylvanlHuf-fal- A m m, ,f old-styl- tvi-nty- bluff Is known as "(irnveynrd Point." It Mtuateii in mo nonneusi. em corner of Washington County, J a,,' mid is the southern termiuusof u1ino of bluffs extending for several miles along tho west bank of the low u, tho summits of which nro coveren wiiu thousands of curious forms of earthworks, mouwWetc., relics of a race ol which the Indians have no distinct knowledge. After scrvlngfor uges itsn tlio cemetery for tho Indians took possession of "Graveyard Point," also using It as a burial place. . when white men ii. v 1., ', drove tho Indians out, they, too, began burying their ucau on tno u.u, mj Bamo land thus serving as "Oods Aero" for threo different und distinct races in throe stages of the w orld's dev elopmeut mound-builder- &t. Louis Republic. - , 11 roller-skatin- class of piuclltluliers wnuitrt- - riuiss the Government olllces, and whohu-taken ineillciil degree with a slew to l pnietlelug after the hours of their 11 olll-citi- Is tho uppollntloii said to ashlngton plied In tho city of sundown llncloit." This l ap- to 11 work can, nrj o.ur.-bcleti- tltl" Amuri ax pa ou u'.j 'i. be-- f, vultlo sudanlne, whit ,V 7 GTZT. v s. rTrr' Md mSMMkW&ikt&i; . firV;' ' ',V; m . ?u' II mi I rrT -- rt iWWhmmjhwwji ia'immw Miwnww - USIWWI rwwi m tmt wiwhwhwiii iiww nwi" i:.ui TEE HICKMAN COURIEil. IIIOICUANMCY., KntDAY, : i ! The Force SSJH. Windi-liiptou or im 1 avawiM ntw . 1, immi. i (l : .tan. 0, 1891. Xkimaska is ono of tllO BtutOB Hint rhIii tlirro fongrrsniiiiMi under tlio now nppoitinnuient. The latest ndviccs from nro to tho eOTect tlmt tln futo of the forco bill Is still uncertain. Mr. Honr says that ho ' tired oT II; that ho is disgusted because his part; fi lends !' (,t support him unanimously) tlmt ho is not going to wear his THK IJopubllcun (nwjorltj in the of tho next Congress will life oat trying to koop tlio Hennto party nlivo whllo oilier not lio more tliim half as largo as It is In this one, iiml may bo loss ua high in tho fold as tlmii Hint. Its pree.lso ilitnriiHious himself nro trjlng to kill it. will to made known within tlio It is also stated that tlio next two or tlireo weeks. Ilepub-licnUepub-llca- "d ii n I i i i t Y r I to tako up tho force bill npalu when tho fluuueo bill has boon disposed of. Tlio belief in Washington now is that tho force bill Is done for. lIaiilBont however, docs not yet despair, and neither do the Itnilie.als o who have taken lutcrett In A coinhlniiiion nf Hnstcrn and the tiiensuio. Western naiiciiltnrnl nnnors sent The forco hill Republicans nre nut to dinners in all sections nf very iii(iilsitivo hb to ho .oup tlio country ii list of iinestinns on political issues of the duv. among tho democrats intend to qtlnte tlio iiiicstloiiH bemg one asking the tlnanco bill. They cnmJotROt vlo nlionltl l Ut utinocrntlo.n satisfactory answer VII ttwine niid itcpuhliran nominees for tion ns yet. The sitIverbftlsn President in 1892. Scully 110.000 vc:y iiiiportinit im-- lauroju Iho answers were received. Tlio vote nutors for Democratic candidates was as West and Sou", and follows: Cleveland, 71,787; Hill, will be apt to tako occasion to 17,118; Hutch, 11,082; scattering put themselves squarely on 8.802. Tlio Republican vote was: for flo beuelll of their conMaine, 38,208; IJurriRoii, 31013; stituents There Is no doubt, howscnttcring,lG,S03. Busk, 20,740; ever, Hat a fico coinage hill will GOVEBNMKNT lilllll Is ROttillp be seat to tlio House in time for pretty scarce, but there in still plenty of deliberation and a vole nearly 5,000,000 acres of it In Ar- by that party, ljurrison luia sent kansas, much of it being of a kind amply to repay the toll of thrifty word to his friends at both cuds settlers. Besides this, there is of tho Capitol that ho will veto plenty of pood land there held iu'niiy freo coinage bill sent to him. private ownership that can bo and will tako special pleasure in bought for n good deal less that it vetoing it if passed by a majority is worth. With its fruits, its cot- of Republicans. ton, Its rich mineral deposits and its timber, Arkansas offers grent .viTHKci.vir.o conr:iUK.TS. opportunities for people with From Kultou KaitonUn mall capital and largo energy. The tiiimo of Hon. (leorgo WarOnce completely rid of Fowcll tlio Hickman Courier, is Claytonlfiiii, Arkansas will join tho ren of in connection with tho among the most proa meutiouod senitto this procession tear. Fill iraco tor the to the IZrl, f i , VruB,"N ouuua uuton county is justly entitled county senator this tiuio and u !no J '" T . ,, , was raked with a fine tooth comb. . , ocgins o ue apparent uiuM it prosoni unsausmciory siaio bettor tlitui Georo Warren me conJd uot l)0 fou1. Wo ro for nit- ocuiuu iiiubi oiiuu Wurruu vi auuiru in first, last and nil the ti Fifty working bo terminated. Fifty-firs- t From full a :n ' days will end the lifo of Congress, yet Iho first of tho reguTho IHckiiiau Codiier wants lar annual appropriation bills Fulton county to bo honored with to bo acted upon by the tho next Senntorship. Hickman Senate. The feeling of impatience county has been honored tbree which this condition of the public times, Graves county three times, business has aroused has gather- and 1 ulton county but once. The ed strength every day, and the honor is justly duo us. The BTfftiincaiii remarks uitercd iu.de- - Columbus Forum sajs It Is for bate lust week by senators of re Fulton county If George Warren, cognized influence uppcar to havo tho editor of tho Ilickinnn Courier, hail the effect of bringing tlio Sen- - will accept the noiuiuation. Tho nto nearer to a change ot the pro- - honor could not be bestowed that has held nway since on n inoro worthy gentleman, and Cougt ess met in December last. tt would do us good to bo represented in the next Setnvto by this Theuk arises a colored Moses true ami tried DemourM. in Kansas City, named Foster, KUDl'l'I.NO Ul.l'UU.SUMVlIOJS. who is to lead tho dusky children oT the south into a new Canaan. "Oklahoma is to bo tlio new home A reduction in tho number of of the colored race." He already' Senators and Representatives In has 100 families ready to irovo as the General Assembly has been a soon as the weather Is seasonable, popular reform for n longtime, in and says that in CO days there will theory. Tho practice, nt least as be a tremendous exodus from the)pioposcd the Legialntive slates. "We look upon tee's report to tho Constitution Oklahoma ns our beaceful haven,'' Convention, is not likely to bo tho enthusiast. It is expect-lulaAlready there are some ed that the opening of tho Iown,uiuriuurings or discontent. It mid Cheyenne Indian mains to be seen whether a fuller lands win atiiactanu iiiriilsnrnniu understanding of tho offtctoftho for tens of thousands. Well, there contemplated redisricting will al is room cnoii"h out tlicro for all lay or increase the dissatisfaction. who wish to go, and theie will bo As a matter of course, when the many who will mako the experi- number of representatives is to be mentreduced nearly one half from 100 to 90 and tho number of Sen-- from In the Senate Monday the Force ators about 33 bill fanatics were routed horse. to 30 thero must bo n nrettv mill. foot and hyenas; body, breeches cal change in the arrangements, and bloody shiit. Senator Stewart and somebody must give op sumo took tlietu completely by surprise present advuntago and privileges. when he.jtiBtns Senator George) In the First district, composed wasubout to continue his speech 'of Fulton, Hickman, Carlisle, opposition to tlio Force bill, laid, Livingston, McCracken, moved that th Financial bill bo Graves, Calloway, Marshall, Trigg, nuuniiiiiicii; which motion, not- - ijyon, ualiiwoll, Union ami (Jrit withstanding the helpless audi tendon, tho loss will lie only three .. not.. I. .!. liatl.nti.. cAjiumumiiinin nunI ?... - representatives. mi. mii.ntiii-ijiio ... .. peculiar precations of tlio bewildered and) position of Union county in this hysterical Undo Hoar, was car. nriangeiuoiit will probablo enablo rled by a volo 34 to 20. Tills ro- - it to retain its separate represent!!-sui- t wns mndo possible by thoitive, although it has only 3,191) action of eight Western Renubli- - votes, while tho baBis of ronresen. oeuaiorB wno voteit with ttie tation in these counties is l,r,G. Tlio fanatics nro furions .Meuracken win nave to tako a bat impotent; the Forco bill, for partner, probably Livingston, the present nt leust, is shelved. whllo tho Mississippi river counties. Fulton, Ilickinnn, Carlisle and Tub legislative committee of I!nllard, would altogether mako the Kansas Farmers' Alliance pro- - one district with 5,lVii votes. to bring about great changes Trigg might have to go in with fiose Iuwh or that Stnto. The Marshall nnd Lyon to utake up laws rt'Iutluc to niortdiiires. tho votes. Caldwoll and Crittcn- whilo tx and assessment lawa, tho laws den would mako up in Calloway, relating to public salaries, tlio Al Gruves. by taking Ilnnce proposes to iduuigc. An would mako tho Sixth district, effort will be mado to ndopt tho with 1,019 votes. Australian Bystem of voting, and a legalized sMeni of primaries, TIll'NTN Til A I' I.M J'.ltl.vr SMBIIUIIH and ihoutteiiipt nil! be made to Iho largest Spiiuglleld, exclude Pinkei ton's Detective manufacturing Ohio, is for Agriculcenter Agency from doing business In tural machinery in the State. Tho railroads also come States, and littlo else the United is talked ol In for regulation, as a bill will bo introduced to piovido for n reduc- there but the formation of trusts oth"combines" in reapers tion of t u rill's so that an income. or implements. IlcsldeB and er tlio reaper nf not more than 0 per cent, shall trust, a threshing inachiiio trust is bo derived on the actual Investof. ment, thiiH squeezing out Hie talked been One meeting is said to havo held, and n comwater in ruilio'ud stocks. pany with n capital stook of proposed. Tho latest Iv wo wore suro (hat tho forco Bchemo Is a grain chill trust. It bill could uot pass, says tho Na- is said that a number of tho largo tional Democtat, wo should fuel grain drill concerns in tho country liko voting a pension to Uncle aro alieady figuring on the ileal. Fiisliie Hoar for what he is doing Tho efforts of tlicso trusts will bo for tho Democratic party. Hvery far-- i caching, and will throw out of day that is wasted by the ex- woik, It in euld, a.ooo traveling tremists in Congress In advocating agents and middlemen. It is this bill is helping to mako the estimated that tlio iu Ing to tho great hat venter trust over tho old comStates in 181)2. A dispatch to the petitive system ia $10,000,000. N. Y, Herald from Des Moines Tin of this will oomo froir says: "Tho farmers of Iowa, the Btopnage of salaiied ngonts of parly linen, do not and middlemen, nnil thn remainder take kindly to the force bill. from decreasing advertising and Cailislo Alliance on Sutiitday shutting down about thirteen of passed n resolution in opposition tho smaller manufactories. to it and ashing Hie United States Senators fioin Iowa to defeat tlio Tim miners in Alabama aro in bill and huvo the nation' tight of (listless and labor people in tho Phis ri'fiii'ii'inii f.iiiiy larce uities aro engaged In raising j:ir(.ouuu tho luiiiieia of Iowa." u fund to iissht them with. Con-pres- of prominent New York business men nro in Washington to urge Congress to to roieivo tlio do something stiingonoy of tlio money inntkut. They expressed themselves ns being displeased with tho poliey pursued by the Itepublicuns this session. A DCM'.oiYinN Senatotsliavo pleilgaM them-selve- s s re-co- . . - (Cmuirr-Joaru- l) Commit-Bontlier- n pop-say- s r. one-fift- h Hal-i- n u I !. I j JJein-ocrat- 1,7-10- , 820,-000.00- 0 North-wester- n Demo-orati- o s which i Tho Indians have rights tlio country has peti- tho government must respect. It M W mi.ir.bln.. AnnnT tlin f v tioned Congress not to past the has penned them in the cold cor1'IIVU " IMlKllto iMlltors of tho Saturday Globe, of 'J.r ., ' ' . ' f ', ) objcnlionublo lard bill. The Now ners of tho Fur West, whole, in Oskaloosa, Iowa, spent n wcok or8,,r,,u8 overflow is fenred nlotijr York Produce Kxclmnge has fol- many Instances, they nro at the LINK OF HAS NOW ON DISPLAY AN U'SU1H', Iho cXHinplo of tho Chamiwu in inuKiiiaii ruuunuy, mu.wiu linger .iiiHHiNtnippi, owing to lowed Commerce nnd Hoard of mercy of uusuunulotis agents, who of .1 guest of Messis. IV W. C. and II. the uulluislicd nuil unsafe condl ber In denouncing tlio mcASiiro, nro said to bo directly responsible i ii u uiu iuu'i'9 iiiiii mo iicnvrJ Trade . . i i.. .i... for much of tho troublo roported. .i C. Ambcrp. Upon his return homo inn It is, therefore, tho duty of snows north, wtth respects of - " ,. nro also on record as op government to niiiko a thorough; he commenced tho publication of thaw. .iit ii v .t i iimiimtniift in iimiitt cities INGLUDINO ALL TUB LATF.ST AND MOST a scries of articles dosoilptlvo of mVo been expended in tho In tin i0ninl passage, lor rensoiin well investigation, which, if honestly ' , , 1, '" conducted, will result in a settleycarou leveo weak, and It Is belnp' K,1,nu' , V 'V.,U" " liis vlsit,entltled"Southward, Ho!" ,,,, ' present, while lfP , ! ' J f,i fl, ,,i it ment offuture, tumbles. it might The following is mi extract taken pushed forward ns rapidly as proven tho contractor, who hava' '!'" o;," '1 uf' l from his paper of lust week: C""" ?' doubfed their forces along Uhlncs "cl noli o WOULD III-- GLAD TO SHOW KAMH TO ALL WHO MAY "Hickman is located In south- linn and hnl.e to oomnlntn il,i2 COlla'O, wo may wt'll IlVUN tho Aztecs down In Mexii Unit Hie propot FAVOR Hint WITH A GALL. western Kentucky, about three uiii uuioro ine hiiiiiii; rise. .' co aro looking for a Messiah. inllcfi from the Tennessee line. It tlmt would provo destructive to not conio beforo Congress nguln tlio signal of his apThey bollevo is an old town, ha lug been set tlio entire eystem If caught in m,j lor setiotiB consideration. proach will bo tho eruption of tled at a very cnrl day, and con- incomplete condition. Relays r. n Mount Fopocatupetl, which will f5$ tains about 700 population. The (lands and teams from this clu JO. Ill IC'KllVltjr AH A UllVIVAMST. carry destruction to all rucus exbusiness portion is situated along and parts further uoith are hcluJ Senator lllnokburn lina received the river, while tho best residence snipped to the work, which will many sincero condolencos 011 the cept themselves. portion is "over the hill and far tie completed by March 1, save i misfortune which compels htm to iiway." Wo are inclined to draw front of Ilelenn, Ark. A long di urin in a sling. He yet when wo think lay has beeu occasioned in tha wear his left slowly front tho runshort breaths j.7tcl DoalorN in- is recovering of climbing those hiiln. In order part of tho work by tlio fact tbn away accident which resulted in to reach the court house from tho two contracts union tur Us con WINKS bouc. DRUGS, business portion of tlio town, be nlelion and rutitlcd by tho Honr tho breaking of his collartho Not the least earnest of MUD I OI NHS, AM) sides n gradual nRcont nf about of United States Uugiuecrs, we-about the Senator's health two blocks, you have to climb 125 not approved by tho Secretary STATIONKUY, if.como from the State of Dataware, L I Q U O It U, wooden steps. The inhabitant b War when submitted to hi p. wlicro -i many friends dnr got used to It, however, and don't Consequently u third ndvcrti4P.ifii;tl ho limdocampulgu. Senator ANCY GOODS 'irTirTI JiwrT n rm i recent I'Olt miiul it, so they toll us. On en on lupin .in.l lecenir will itiTn. kburn wan iaiew typo to tlio SFNDRIKS, top, however, the iow is flue. place beforo it can bohavo to tnk complete! Democrat of Dolunare, but tho The "Father of Waters" rolls J'AISTil, 8 nKreo grandly on toward tho sea just iti:ioni.u'A. v!i:vorTiiE rK,,ltfl ".0,v,!"i' w".Ho evidently UBB. one. OILS, had not been in tho I iiii.i.. view of below. Up tho liver days before his auditors ten miles can be had. Down the A strong argument ngntn tho State four SPKCrALTY. begun t PRESCRIPTIONS Fi him from town to river Island No. S looms up eight pnssago of tho forco bill is leduo- - towTT, andfollow of friends likened some miles in tho distance. '"Island No. - him to the theatiical show of 10" will bo remembered us tho ed by tho St. Louis GlobeDeniJhlch it was said tlmt It T' 33w crat, a Republican oppoicnt of carry Its nudlcnoo with It. had to scene of active operations during When the war, having been strongly for tho measure, from,tho recsut olec:0 neff8 of 8enalor jiMCkbuni's tilled. It is about fifteen miles tion in Soutli Ciolina. It points accident readied Delaware, ninny "OLD down the river or rather was, for out that this election "vas fairly wcro tho anxious inquiries about it is an island no more, having Kttfi fii.l.o Jlil Slock cf llit yet Lit iralm lilui made at the tieiulfi iinrt OTS of of nil Wod. ol 'slid into the river," so wo were nmi in. iK- nniuiirimi'ii lint "f.ir Senator Gray. One old gray hair told. Just across tho liver from tho first tiuio in Iho history of any ed farmer came into the beuntors Hickman is Island No. 0, but it is Southern Stnto since tin cnfniti' oflico ono day and said: ' What' HARDWARE, TINWARE, STOVES, &c( an island no longer, aa tho chan- chiaeuietit of tho colorcu element, i this I honrnbont Jo. Hlaokbiirul rForflor Tjtf, whlcli t offiftJ l OS'H I'JtlCi; anltltt iLu nel of tho river has so changed us C0WGILIS EYE SALVE. la ho badly hurt!" Ho was told to leave no water on ono shlo of an opportunity was presented for. that Mr. Illackburu's injuries wcro were, Ttr; lontil ilir niatitl Juill(, fejrKor NeittftlgU and UliriiinnlKni, it. A huge sand bar stretches free voting, mid tho votes boll-- quito serious, whereupon ho honestly counted;" tlmt "tho along tho beach nenrest Hickman. All go) l fiuranlttd lo b (i rtpfftdtJ COWGILL'S WSASSL OIL. "Suppose wo pre- marked, solemnly: At n future time we may tell you vailed was nbsont and peiceabort ' pray for hiinr' mid ho was very - 2 every where;" that. rt.n Par 1!W something about tlio beauties (1) DES.O tlio situation was practically such much in earnest, too. It wns nn COTTQILL'S FIL3 OINTMENT. of a tramp across this Rand bar at Fedeiileiec-'olDelaware Democrat who sug- 2 n. m., returning from a "coon as tho friends of tho Hon bill hope to bring about gesteu to ouo of the managers of t- - For Tetter nJ Klnicorci, hunt" in Missouri. Hickman doos throughout the South by Lie pis tho Democratic campaign: "We'd COWQILL'S TETrEP. OINTMENT. a very large business in the merliko mightily to hnvo Hlnckburn ol that measure." NVIi.it UANLrAkyrv:u.u op tiii: cxixuiutsu cantile Hue, drawing trade for sasro result? Tlio colored vcte the s(come down hero to a revival meet-ver- IdTKor Worm , many miles around, thero uot light; In some places, where Ing some, timo. I tell yon, ho'd Cowgill's Pleasant Wora Syrup so many small towns to draw up tho boys lively." Undoubt- negroes wero trade from tho county seat. A hundreds of tenth part of mis- stir Sonator Hlnckburn would stir SATISFACTION OOAIIASTI.KU OH tliem cdly terod, not a largo factory for the manufacture - up TUB JO.VAT REFUSDEP. a rovlval meeting aa it was voted. that tho of road wflgons is located here, pression Ooncedine suflrage intan- never stirred up beforo, Now 'Lo' of negro wagons having a very largo past For Sate by the Proprietor!, these York Sun. tiecaused salo through tho South. A box croeshas aprobably relliinntshthe as class to uueh COWGILL &, COWGILL, factory also does a very largo business. There is nothing par- of their original tendency towards ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION IMIAUMACI H'L'H, ticularly historical about tlio old participation in political afl.urs, tlio insists that Hickman. Kkntuckv. OP THK town. During tho war, while tho un explanation is not s:fll inhabitants suffered from guerillas "such to cover the whole case. It, lm Stock Comply. from both sides, vet no active hos- cient Is evident," it adds, ' that thn col tilities occurred in the immediate ored man nnd brother Is notim-- l ILILNOIS vicinity. AW all mm ty tin pmtntt, tint wo' In 1878 when tho tcrribloyellow bued with n sense of tho vidua of ; Pal' Aiw mhI. Clu. Ilrtt. John Sn. TvbTch and CENTRAL ' I JCI-Iv i 1C I Scon Utrboe, Abo. MeboU, Jok fever scourgo dnrkcuod the South, those rights nrii priviloges wane iiumi bo nigtiiy. Mn,,"r Hickman was ono of tlio terrible does llOt care SO lllUCll for tllO p.,,,,,,!,, CUi, jcicboN.Smiib Lockrid., Ff,nk Thomson, Juno Allen. Dittrni 8Ufterers. A steamer lauded hav-in- franchise as JRA!LR0AD! uinny people suppose. miiod, Jobn lirown, Nt J Drown, w it yellow fever on board, and a 1)0 doubted that much' UillrJ, ito llowilen, Cairo LloJor, Cy. to It small boy going on boai d to sell of is notsympalhy John Prlei, Je Tho Popular and Preferred Ucste. that wo are inl'"' W"J. ,K" fruit, contracted it, nnd thus it tho tho li.it.lt or umuifestt..,, for 1.1m I,h,,rtLu,BlrTn.H,.n,Iflh,MliS. ii (Quicker In lime endntily-emilrt thort r spread. Ouo hundred mid . than any olbtr Ihroujh car political wrongs is because ..meVj.aohffebr mocUio tlnmiolr.. died of the disease in a little Wasted." of his line bttweeu i.,jnhr for lk pnrro nf formlne over a month, and almost every Joint Sioc Companj, with powtr, i 4 HICKMAN, KY., DKALKKS IN ono who staid in town contracted roll's go.) iuriQfs iii folio wc- Tub latest statistics show that U iliill h called tb Hlckmnn Joint it. Tho doctors were powerless tho white population of tho Soutli 4- - NEW ORLEANS LA, to stay its dreadful march. Dull- has increased over 20 per cent m ink Ccapiuy nl In parpois hll he ihi htuliu oj nelllnr, t relall, crocetlo, SplttJiJ t'fHipntnlf ness was suspended. All who tho last ton years, whllo tlio mfrliii'lle. could well get away, went. A grent ed population has increased color witreit anrip! itocV shall Ik BieTtn Hun only 2. i J'liUmin lltftt Slrrptrtl many camped out tho woods. 10 percent. Jrttl livUx, auJ ill ill cimmUI ol twenty TtMl Attract en Tint I us that nt one n,l ithl compaoj two thrti of $0 ettb, A gentleman told bll litre the rlibl to Ircln butiaeM timo thero wero only six THROUGH Tlio Paducah Standard makes when u0 rer ceut. of lis tlock tboll hT men in the town. Of eight the following announcement: Col Urn ttM lo. SLEEPERS BUFFET PULLMAN physicians who wcro practicing I). R. Walker, member of tho Inbt 3 It skill hfe Jiirnllon of len tH"-during this terrible epidemic, only Legislature, TVajj, to l tlo eoil or which lime It me We ara offering do eon. ctJ l Plain, lrtiim aa4 Flea rrn!tor at fallf Vonlintnntlo, in which 0110 survived it. The family where ho declines writes a card carry a (nil Hue at a!i tlnutil or JitJoticJ, by a Tote of the Chnlr.i. Hookom, Tlilo, Ouroano to stand for we visited had lost four members, "arai''.m WurdroliOH, Cinrndor acta, wait'onir. uprlnan, tito His iinino will go thuiidor-in1 When 50 per cent of Ibe nuberlbl UonlrreU. U'rrtia a trial From all point., Utact Ihe HIIOIIT yrKat to lxithelo-.rthree of them dying in that many lu Ult )fn' C)j o tnl ilijur.t ail down tho ages because of the loek liill been paM In, an election Ll.Vi:, Illinois Cnlral H. K, to days." N'ew fuel that hn introduced and cham- of oSotri thall be bold, the taioe lo Urleaui, Li., ami la. We carrr a large line nf Wwtl" aaJ M.ial.iu Ur.i Uuta. IWIlrpUrloi aaJ Juo Work a tjKtuilj. s I'rttlileni, ?rcrlrT .in J JmUod eilte, Kla. pioned a bill to compel shows to WAItl.lKK IMIKlMUATIoai. txieril all the features they ad- wnirli ami I'rtMnlon',of nine director!, olr die Secreltry nil DON'T MI8TAKKTHE ROLTr.TO Comment isaroused among navy vertise. r nuali coniilln'e W. ('. Jnilr0, ra.Vl.r. J (Mil W. Uim.ll.I, 1. Trri'l. nd bt members of I'MMdDA IRA!. UAI.TT.in, Trrat. otlicers over the scries of orders ml beer I, who Hbell liolJ office for ibe emannting from the Navy DepartaiulTi:X.4H 1:UI.TN. Vnvn VT?rv. ocroil 10 vnnro Pr,o ' ' one rear, end llhl liora 1U bntlnt" ment within the past few weeks, Is undoubtedly tho oldest .umn in hs ihe power to tUet alsllie , LoUoB(, ,n,n pIe..ur.ol 8ta that jour Ticked read over Ihe llll. directing the commissioning of West Tennessee, lie lives ut ,j,i bor,i. nolt Central Hallrovl. war ships at San Francisco and Savauali. Mr. duiker voted fori 5 Itmer tue nj be iuJ l tbe eorpo- ASR. AOKNT8 FOIl IT. ordering nf various other nvnrr Irnulil Ant nf tlin fliilfPil tho atine. II may gire cr'ilit ami contract debl, crniscrB to I'acifie waters. Under ' states from Thomas Jefferaoui For further Infortiutlon, applj to but lln entire iuilebUJuem of the eo'po. tho present orders no less than down to tho Inst Presidential ration II. WYLLIK, thtll not exceel ibe turn of $7.13 33, UTjO. I'saienger Agent, eleven warships and five rovcuue election, nnd ho confidently ex" 7. IloUtll li'.te lite power lo rculer the A J. K.VAPP, will soon bo in commission pects to be on dock to cast his 'Inr t or Inlere-- t of tloAlioMen lrao. cutters Att't Oen. i'ej(ter A(cnl, in tho Pacific and ready for duty.: ballot in 1892. Mr. Walker mnkes feral t, ts Fres:rlb the mil of makMrmjible, Tenn Irtnifere, If, in addition, the rumored char- ids living hv copying for (lie Coun- ing Sainj regularly crRrialsod nid ready for busln, ye recpoctfulljr aollcll 8. Ilmay nitka tract t, tering nnd arming of seven steam- ty Court Clerk of MoNnlry comity. iran'fer proiHirly, eon 0iiteiiln( acrjulrear.il tho pntronn;o of nil. All collection rondo for ilopoiiilota fjuu uf (.liarp;e. tbe irae ers for revenue cutter duty in rleht and powera In inch rupee! at pri Approved pnpor runnlnu throo or four tnunths diacauatol at tho rato of Behring Sen proves coriect, tho por cont. por annum. Till Republicans don't know rale Inlnldn ill United States navnl forco will 0 1 lie Inillehlual nroperly of Ihe tlocV- 23 ships against tlio II vo whether to go ahead with their hoUtra rhall lo mempt from lltbltlljr for number Forco eorporale British gnn boats nod one armored They bill or let it die quietly. Ibe10. It may debia. and eatablltb make remind ua of tho Irishman vessel nt present protecting Great who had 0. 1.ALT.BK. H. T. TYLKI., J. W. POWKLL, It. II. TIKRVAltD swullowed an egg with- rulei and reg ulallom Britain's interests in the North V. A. BIIUOK, J. W. GO WO ILL. for th manafemrnt of lla own affaire, not A. A. KAHI8, Pacific. It Is now asserted that outn breaking the ahell. Ho was Incontinent with the eonilitutlon of tills the Yantlu will bo sent from New in u so terrible state or mind, be. Stale or of the l'nltf.1 Si tit-- , en if lio jumped round ho lo wllneea of whloh we liae (hi day York to tho Pacific This will 2'Jib dty of our tho above, force by still might break tho ogg nnd tho shell actW. II.bande, litis John Drown, Not. 163. Ike IUIIard. would cut his stomach, and if he another vessel. Coat. K. Nlcboln. Chat. J. Uarbte, lay still tho egg would hatch nnd In viow of tlio present Iiejiring Ani'.e Nicholl, Tomp Atwood, Smllh Ioek. litnvin Sen controversy and the rumored ho would havo n shanghai rooster rlilfe, Dlrerue Malton, John Sangater, r. clawing ids Insldos. Tliomj.iou, Cf. Wiley, Ellta Wiley, Jana chartering of seven steamers for Cary Louisville and Memphis, Allen, Chat. Shelby, S A. Dtrbeo, revenue euttor duty, tho above Under, Paul Warruook, Ned Urowu, John UK COMETH NOT, Hill' NAID. WITH disposition is deemed ominous. As I'rlttl, Jo. TLuiuptoii, Jack Foaitllo. Pallman Bnffot Sloeiiing.Cara tho fishing season docs not begin Sho is waiting in tho dnrknosB, earlier that May. tho concentra- slio Is waiting by tho door, nnd AM) TO State or Kkntccicv, 12 war ships can he sho hears Ihu sad sea moaning Cotmrr or Fulto. tion nf tho TtllHVlll,,'iIoillltlllH. Kit toil as eirected beforo tlio rovonuo cut- if lli.'itu IliA finmlv filirirn. nmi ol.s. I, W, I'. Taylor, Clerk of Ibo Fulton Itouico, VUiIimImii-ixmtil of Kentucky, Ncj'W Oi'ldiuiM, vlu In Iho tors nro ready to proceed to the, i.n.im iim niVi.i.i.ir.i,, n,J ,,,,.i County Court, on the Stale of Xoeamber, 23th IISMIUIIH. Heliting Sea U believed ho wulIillu of tll0 trce8) nilt, ,,,, ,(er ilo certify tlmt foreoln nrllclet of ucorio-rtlo- n whole, United States forco In the fevered forehead gently blowH tho lb00, the Ibo Illokuan Joint Stock Comof ROOTS quick and Paciflo will thou concentrate oil' southern breeze but in vain he pany wai produce. lo me In my office and TO AU 1KOM acknowledfed by W, JI. JSallaril to ho hit Port Tow use ml. stands and listens for tho coming day ac anil rhllailelphla, lUlllmore, Waah Ts of the ono who to her Is prince-an- net and deed, John wai on Ihla llowden, New Vnrlf, Norfolk, Old Point llrown, Ike ktiowledped liy luirlnn, Comfort, Tho Union City Times ninkes who Is brighter than tho Chat, E. NldioU, Clias. J, Ihrbee, Amot hero, Illvbmoii'l, llutTalo, Claeelanil, Totills suggestion: "Lot ns hnvo n sun. Clone tlio door, O, weeping Nlcholt, Pomp Al wood, Hmllh Lockrldge, ledo. ('Iilcigo, IhJIanaiioIlt, gravel road from Fulton to Obion lilill f.lnHn tlm ilnnt fiml irir... Uiverne Mation, John Santter, I'. Thomp- Clncianill, Loulnrlllo .Tob Allen, ,' ..inr. tn H.UD.H.....HW. v..u iunim.il- - l.nn. fit Wlltr. Kliza Wiler. Jane T.ln,l.r Kaalern via Union City." This is most too u.u.,a.,.u ii... nnd NorUicnalcru l'oliila, 5L,."a . n,.l.. f.,r ..w n stretch for one rond, but os to the ocean's milieu moun; to I.IIH ""C-- ll long AND Paid Warmaek, Ned llrown, John frlftt, , we wonld liko to see n gravel tho soreatiiliig of thu to Jo. Tliomnion and Jack Fonitlllc, partlei Mempbla, Ylclciburg, Halon Rouge, New rond from Fulton to Hickman, uuil the sobbing of tlio rain, ns ft falls thereto, lo bo llielr not and deed, and Orleans, Mobile, Little Hack, Hot also from Fulton to Union City. liko tears from Henven, pushing I have d'lljr recorded tame, loRtlber wltb Springs and points In Wett Ten- othce. Witness on tho window pane. Lot your tbie ccriilicalo, lo nil Dicembtr, 18'JO. my Fulton Graphic. nciteo, Texaa, Arknnitaa, Mlg. band thtt J7lh day of alailppl, Iiiililaiia, and This is a live, practical sugges- eyes this night be rivers and your W. 1. TAYLOIl, Clurk. THIS NOV I'll AMI HH'TIIWI-NTtion, and tlicro is nil nbuudniico of hair a mourning veil, let your floul f. tv float out to Heaven in a wild gravel in Fulton county, hero nt The lino thoroughly equipped And In A Wondor Workor. wail; for tho footsteps of flrat'OUta condition, and provides an home, to gravel every leading road your hero do not echo on tho arranrement lu lime and tlirouph Mr. Frank HulTnmn, a rounz man of in tho count'. And, moreover, shore, and you'll never nnrllnclon. Ohio, atalea that he bad been cirt, A FEATUIlE It Hie lima and con tlio day is rapidly approaching seo him though you'ro waiting by ander the enro of two prominent phyU venience i.ciirtd by the Llndted Kiprcta Train.. Only a nlghl'n ride between until when soino such improvements tho door; nnd you will not hear tho elanf, and iiaed totheir treatment Tliey no Louisville and Memphis, and Die belt and el arnnl. music- of the voico you love so nai nol.nble will bo made, but exactly the boat well, yon will only hear the inmni-inbit cite lo be Coniinnpllon and quickest ttrrlce belccu ibo two olliee ever olTered. plan to accomplish it lu not now of tlio ocean's iCBtless hwyjl. Inouruble. lie wnt peroialel to try Dr. for lowrat rules, lime tables, and nil King t Nerr Dlteoecry lur Uuimurnplion, v- so clear. Such livo young men Oloso tho door, O weeping laity, Coiil'Ii", So, ind at that lime wat nol able detlred Information apply lo KKITZ IIKI.LNF.lt, Ar'I, editor of tlio Graphic nro tool: no more for him you love, bet- In walk ocroat the alrret without rettlnf. as tho N. 0. & St. U. 11. 11.. lllekmao, Ky. ' : tho nvnut courlors nt a now em ter look for hopo anil comfort to lie found, beforn bo hJ mej half nf n dol1'. MUIIUELL, njent, In the material development of tlio Bomber sky above; to your side lar boillo, thai he wai much belter, bo OrW. N. N. M. V. Co,, Itlves, Tenn. and It this section, and linprovod county your lovo ami hero will not come eontlniied lo ute ityou hate any enjoying Or J. L rin:i.AN, Acent, ' Tliroal, ' health. If ' , Is with Kood or Cheat Trouble try It. W puar nro uiuoiig tho most Impor-tau- t till morning tide, ho X. N. 4 M. V. Co.. I'aducah Junction. roads Limn IV, II. l'HOUTV, Oofl Pat. A'pt. of needed future improve- Knights of Honor in Hickman and nnlce tatljfacllon. Trial bottle free ol Or Uulsvltltf, bus got tlio goat to tide. C, A. Uolcombo'a Uruj store. ments. ,iit Appears iwywwwptMw tw u t: st tiii; i. tun iiii.i.. trade organization nf 1 am r..vi:sri(i,iio. Fmm lli m:rurii, oa Ntrancr JlralilmU nn llic nurti Aluriiii'il. I..hit Hltll, ;,... ln r. livery Allnli Con.lllnlliia, Trs. fiddie Jopej am : '" .I-- i sail Winter Milimejx I J "J l '. Fashionable Novelties! I 1 What to Buy? ffi.afateaae- f SWAySB TS sa-craQSS- ii; -- 1 ru 1111 fBOTffi 1 IE, Svt3 J&M&jp RBlIABLBr 1 - ! oJElTOLg" d HERTWEGK. a, i3jpooclt37Bhllim & 60., y bo-ia- g -' ! Globc-Dcuioct- Mm Iv AN. sx r g wr. riTSKITUBE. V rURNITUK C I' fifty-fou- n STEPHENS & TYLEIl, prir-cf- f, 1 -- I 111 Fiirnllurc eiiid UiideiMcr's Cloods, U able-bodie- d i'r, stock-bolJe- r. g Memphis, Term., ! tjnt u ie .l r4rl ooii-e!Ul(- . con-iltt- of r, Trvti-ure- Tre-o- .lUiIFH.I.l, 1 i , ra-- U HICKMAN AleJK, BCnCKMAjS", icy. !550,00O. Capital, DIEBOTORS. r.i'jf.g- an-- l by-la- Jee-n- I Dow-de- n, wWFffim ll - i yOTriif execute 1 m ll 0il5i -- i iv; thorouglily equipped, and prepared to Work with neatness o!i.t..rn. .rf liighl-biid- and despatch. . Bill Heads, . ties-pairin- g 1 Letter Heads, I 1 - pJ Note Heads, Statements, I n;r -.- g Envelopes, y A. Ball Tiokols, Business Cards. IC-- j. la BBBBBBBBW aTaTaTaTaTaTaW7 aaaaaH aaaaaaal Mn.1. ' 1 av7aBBBBBTtBTtBTaTtBTLZBTtBV aaaaaaaaMaBHBC2C2S2Z?9k SBBBBBHBHHBBBBBHaVHaflBMMBflBHBBLa- i - l .m. ' m i AiiluJMk 'aVaSlWitiaVXUIIlXtlifU 3&ffZTw) avi - Li4iAJi'& . . -- Tl w) JmTmt 3KS$ 'WffJUtmWVJM1JiffKS'l Bmtmtfv llawailfLa5 van VI' W' - tr .. MISS R. AOEUE J fT"-- ' mL .:. COUNClii PUO015EDINGS. ..?- - if nnn-- is - 1 4 f. congratulations and best wishes. Memphis merchants nnd bust iicss men nro kicking ngaliiBt the St. Louis and Now Orleans An. M rvtM, If yon chor Line, for laying up their bonts WsHll KNUlf, If itt mil llJ, H yv Just nt n time when they nro most If vi ul SUOitititta. needed. They threaten to Ignore If J wakI Iltr llrl, II vmi want NnU Mr.., tho Anchor Lino boats in the If )oh want llulitek Ch1. and establish a lino between If jn want VUIUhr OrJt, If Memphis and Vioksburg, nud rll 1111 lntllftllbM, If foa tftal fkltiiillir Tl. If ton lllbiCtrralar( stniid by it under any and nil 401 MIKTIKO r In iVt. If j mmI Mtuftturr itAnri jn circumstances. ilillMi at in iiBnni wj tiin ! J nH f Iilme.Cemeitt. Salt, ny. Tlran. Office. &o., wo keen constantly on baud, nt lowest prices. so, 4:lMf Smith, Klmuon & Co. The valuable dwolllnj nnd own contents of Mr. U. II. Dluford, 1891. live nines norm oi town, was ties Hirer rising, troyed by fir Wednesday morning Amborg'n Sons will dolivor of last weok. The origin of the J. llro is unknown. It was first die goods free. covered by tho family near one of Of coureo you liavo sworn off the ohimiioya In the gnrrot. hllo nRiiIti bjr tlila time the loss falta heavily nn Mr. he waa fortunato lu having a Fur clifap l'urnltarc go to policy or 1700 which will aid him Carpeutor Hros'. materially iu rebuilding. Fulton Tim flrnt mow of tho season, Fultoiilan. ' In tliln locality, fol jcntimhiy. Hultcrlckn Patterns, all kinds Cnrpentcr Hros will ecll ron nt kept Furniture clicnpor than anybody. and sizes, 1). U. on hand & Co'tj. Wilhon How ninny times linro you Superintendent written 13D0 since it was out of llelmont Klevator Ilurllngnmo of lately tlsiieit Onto! from the river 100 feet of the chain Whoro now la the man who which tho coufedorntea stretched nnid tho I ml Inn troubles wero at across at Irou Banks early in tho mi oudl war to blockade tho river. It was 1 For anything In tho Furniture make of n 3 8 inch chnrcoal Irou, and is iu duo state of preservalino ro to Carpenter Hrou'. tion. A landslide nt the Iron People- will cot married no Hanks a year ago caused the curdifference bow hard tho times rent to set in nirainat tho Missouri may bo, shore, nud washed tho chain out. Yon can savo money tiy buying Suits, equal For perfect-fittinyour Furniture nt Carpenter Urns'. to finest merchant tailor work, go , to Hai.T7.kk & Siiaw'h anil call Miss Kditli l'nte, of for Strousu & Hros' Clothing. la visiting Miaa Nettle Mr. W. II. Baltzor and Miss Newspitpcrs persist In print F.iuini. Hewitt wero mstried in inj: innrrliiKO notices, despite the Cnrboudiile 111., on Wednesday, Dec. list. The happy couple ar- is offering some HIG BARGAINS law. rived in Hickman Friday evening, to close out the Imbnoo of Tho Fulton Argus ia to bo 2nd lust., nnd were toudured a WINTHIt GOODS. moved to Henderson, Ivy. , nbout reception and dance, by their tho tnlddlo of tho present month. 'many friend, nt City Hall, that Hlnnkets. Comforts, This la the season when thu ' night. Thero waa a large crowd Overcoats, atiinll boy takes to tho tin horn, present, and many wero tho Cloaks, showered upon the while tho "old boys" tnko noma Flannels, happy pair. For want of spare other kind, Mens Cups, wo nro compelled to omit tho Heavy Hoots. If you don't final weather to names of thosu present. please jon this mouth wait u day He sure and price theso goods (leo. Ij. Carpenter, the or two and you may bo suited. buying aud save lots of good worthy nud efficient Jailer of Ful- uiouoy. 1:0 Our variety is Immense. ton county, was married In Fn! Don't isil to ko to Carpenter ton, on December .'1st, to Mies 7ba!ii Itros' hIicii you want Furniture. A m..q...r..l Mr. .nd J.HU0 uoaics, oi Uiai cii.v, ev. rrt on gitn by ctenlnir, Mr. Joseph Klrkpntrlck, of It. S. Fleming pel forming the Mr.. O. r FrIJ.j !, trj much njojej Dyersburjr. Tenn., Is visllliitr his ceremony. Tlio brldo Is said to netmbr Mtli, hn it nwikt rktltnnliln vniiiw liulr. DJ i ttuna p.opl. ol iTCt oa C0 porents, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Th art lot 'lloln " .....j. ktleoUanl. Invi'il mill. linnnrnil . hv . n lnnn nlr. "X- - i . of this city. . cio oi menus, mo hearty con- - idu i niHcirn irnricuiii MU Je.ite Mr u. W. III num. Cl.-A nice suburbnu rrsidenro nun nt llro" Jkti.nM.: Mr. (S. 1), Johnon, for sale, rll Inpreved and ttt es.y trim. graiuiniions WImMmJ lroeh,Ojp'ri Mr Car further laformallan apply .1 I lit It llOBl or friCllllS follQW theill IS Mo M' 1LM Courier gSit. they stnrt out to a hopeful future.' ' w ' t, . A. . (llir, Clult'. A.Mrn John-o-It Jotm.on, Tim ritllor of tho CUUUIKU tmU Strouse & Hros' popular andi llii.n.l Chl.r; Mr. 1ms been absent this work, and perfect-tiltinT I)tK Minimrrj MIm fine Clothing are to r"'P. Mr tho editorial work has devolved be had onlyat Ualtzkk & Shaw's., M'"ie """." eno"i :MI,H,V"w u!!" gram, Amtrlcan rle upon Mr. Jus. Q. Wenrn. .Mr. Goo. Martletl, who has rlic, lrlliinn Mi. Pink McGehec, Tho Rrln is ravaging the South had chargo of thu telegraph rflico, , Tht eoiluni. mr prtttr m well (tl- and graduslly working Norlli. It ai iiiokiunii tor ixiniv jenrs p.isi, m.ik. vrt rmot.l A, ,0n fD u is nttended with mora totalities has been promoted to a better, ,lfr,rWM veKa,,t refrtthmenin .er.fl, thin year than last, If reports nro paying position nt KllOXUllo, atKr which wt.r.l nrr lji w.rc intra-true. Tenn., mid left Wednesday night, ihicc-- bjr b boai uml bo.ifi.1 Thjnun- itna.d ih.ir i,erir n.n.. ana Mr. John 8. Creed, of Fulton to assume his new duties. Few pp houM ",ircJ ,0 lhelr rMPw,,M young men over lived lu thia com- county, was married on Dec. l.lnl to Miss Kusio Carroll, of Chester uiunny who emoyeu o a ihkiut county, Tenn. Mnv much joy and degteo the respect, love and good will of tho people, than Mr. happiness attend them. and tho Courier reflects tho All persons indebted to us, Tim Supremo Court of sentiment of nil in wishing him fu- either by note or account, will haa declared that mort- ture siiccss nud happiness. pleaso call nud settle. gages aro not taxable. Tlila dol:l)lm J. Amiikho's Sons minion is of Importance to Hnild ing and Loan Associations in that On last Tuesday two of our State. citizens. Messrs. Jus. Mooro and o Tho Fleming House. at Fullon, On nnd after MONDAY, Mav. had nulte bii ndventiiro has been closed by tho sheriff. UAKY 12th, we will DKMVKIt on the river and which, but for Tho proprietor, it is said, was in. GOODS bought at our Store to any! tho timely assistance of Miss volved In the Fulton Hank failure, part of the city FllKE. Thank- -' Edith Clovelnnd, a bmve young nun wio nssigiioo lias proceeded years of ago, night ing vou for past favors, wc hope to jn'Ii " fH,M,,jr against him. n.eV!t vour patronage by selling ''"vo re"SU,-,l? bo VVf lliem. liiev were ruwuiu men Wo direct nttontion to tho ad. good goods at tho Iowet prices. skiir along closo to tho Kentucky vertlscment of Montgomery AcadJ, AMBERG'S SONS.-shore, nud when at n point near emy, in this issue. Mr. Win. II. l:9.2ra tho month of Hnyou do Chlcn, Cook, principal, la a promising tho bnuk suddenly caved iu young teaohur, nnd ranks among Wo call tho nttontion of onr currying n good sized treo with it. tho best in the county. , renders, aud especially those Tho treo struck the skiff and Tho Oolumbua Forum savs: forested in tho banking Interest, broko it Into, throwing both men The papers of Miokimin, Fulton, to tho semiunniinl statement of into tho river. Mr. Moore, being and Carlisle counties nro pushing tho Hickman Hunk, published In good swimmer, made for the our agricultural cnllegu schemo. this issue, which show this lusti shore, but could not nscond on In n short tlmo wo hopo to hnvo tulioii to bo in a healthy financial 'account of tho steepness of the Hpeakora aud canvassers in tho condition. Notwithstanding the! bank nnd tho contiuued caving of Hold. closeness of tho money mnrkot the snmo, nnd was compelled to We print elsewhere In tlila is. everywhere, for mouths, this bauk cling to tho roots of n floating suo nu nrtlclo of Incorporation of has not only taken caro of its reg'troo to keep from drowning. Mr. tho Hickman Joint Stook Com- ulnr customers, but has extended Mny clung to tho broken skiff nnd pany, This cnmiuiuy is cumnnscd accommodation to a nuinbor of floated down tho river some Ituuco hallowing for assistance. ones. of colored people, among whom crios -- DONT FORGET to hunt up'!'8MIbb nttrnotcd tho attention m of llio most nro uumborod Clovelnnd, who 1b living worthy uf our colored citizens. Buck Hho'h nnd soo their beauti of with hor parents in n Bhnnty boat Misses Stella nnd Funnlo Clay ful nnd complete stock of Jewelry, nt tho mouth of tho Hnyou, when nnd Nottio Kirkpatrlck returned &o. No trouble to show goods. scoing tho danger to which the 11:7 home last week from n visit to Everybody Invited. wero quickly exposed, rur Mllw.t.irA Ycr men friends noar Union City. Thoy In. i'niutrwM Jumpcrbito n skiff und went to wero nccntnpnnled homo by Mr.T. The rrteVljr filllion of Ihe the Hi. I.Ouil tiioir rescue. It. Renolds, Stovo Hnrrls, nnd Krpubllo la now practically a Missos Kuto and Mngglo HurriB. tiubcrit)r ch wf.k. l too pa'p.ra Oyatcr! OjhIithI The price one dollar a half Wall Paper ohonpor than over tb prloa oflithe cheapen jrear, junt Id Fresh Oysters kept regularly during Only 80 cents and up for papering the oounlry. Banipio copies or a pre-tne winter season, at I). E. Wilson & Co. a room. "tn elloguo neni fr.e In anrono. V. i GKVKIVS. 11:11 THK HEl'UDLIO, St. LouU, Mo. Tho most successful and progressive towns uro those which PABST BHEWINtTcDMPANY. Montgomery Academy. liberally support their homo paThe fourth term of this School will bepers. A newspaper woll filled Milwavkkk, WuM Dtc. 31, 1600. gin Monday, Feb. 2nd, lfl'JI. Tatronege with homo advertisements Is one W, J, IUmir, Aueot, Hickman, Ky, to $2 of tho best advertisements in tho Wli.li yon a happy anil pro.rcrous new Is solicited. Tuition $2.00number 60 per Only n limited month. can be world of the placo wbero tho pa- year. Our le for year over Hevea accomodated, so PpIy early If you wish per is published. Tlioutaml Uurreta. Inere.ne One ndraltiauce. Ai to charaoler of school, Help u. refer you to Volsollne Hunilrril and Ho sat and looked nt tho busy lo make anlea Klflcen TbouinnJ. and Fifty ' as, J. J. Walker, John Stahr, Jack ThomHallow, and others IIIrIiI llnndroJ oditor for nbout fifteen minutes Tliouianu tuo ncxiyenr. of the District. WILL II. CUOK, I'AUBT llflEWINQ CO. etoadlly. Finally ho yawned sloop-ilPrincipal. and remarked: "Tliero are r. All oxcliniigo remarks: "If, Kmnir.t .11 rti.nrniiirmii ni .Mil id some things in this world that go rou nro n kiokor mid boo tllO sub.unions of Fulton enuntv will nlpase without saying." ''I know it," QllllilunD u i, f.ilinrn I.. ,......, 1. .l..l...n nt .. iiiimiu iii uvvivtlllllL; send the dues lo John M. Wright, 'resi Bimppod tho oditor, "but thoro ore that la proposoil to liulp tho town, dent of the F. and L. U, of Fulton county, too dnrnod in.iuy things that say lor IICIIVOII'H HtlKO CO III BOtllP as I nm no longer acting ns Snore lory, n good deal without going." aocliulml canyon nnd kick your,:?. "."5?" V"J' "", !,T"u.rJ,.?!V .. .'r. '.."'.:.".'....-''- " Tho City election Monday own Hlindow on tho day .n..ir is. a. tiAi.riitun', ucspociiuiiy, Jordan Station, Ky, off quietly nud plcuenutly, nutl thus glva tho moil who nro dnyor Cowgill and four of tho working to build tin tho town it hollow-uyed- , old Board winning in nn easy can- olutnoo. Ouo wbiulue, euipitifr kiokor cuu tor. Tho old Mityor nnd Council Kreldeneo located In East Hickman, had inado good oftlccrs aud mot do moro to koop awuy UubIuobh with a full endorsement from tho nud capital from h town thnu nil convenient to the College, contalus 7 or 8 rooms. Two good voters Mr. J. It. Drown and Mr. tho droiitlia, short oropa, uhiuoh good garden and choicecisterns, outhouses, fruit. Apply for particulars lo J. W. ltogors nro tho two now biiRS, oyolonoa and blizzards comf bined." 0. M. WILUURX. members elect. Mr. Will P. Davis' ot Uulon Itiillroud Time Tnltlc. City, wns iharried to Mlaa Jennie N., Oi &Bi7l. H. It. Ht. John, at tho residonco of Mr. t.BWKSj I AlUllVEHi Marsh Olonn, near Jordan Station, l t. M. i, urn r. m Train Nn. 41, Trl N. 41, no r, on tho 25th of Decombor. Mr. II it, Train Ni, li.1, 3, HI . Ii.In No. This road makes close connection with Davis la well known to our pooplo. I lis L. A N. t MeKensJe north, toil nnd tho brldo Is said to bo mi ex willi the N. N. A M. V. i I'adueeU June ucllciit young lady. We extend m lion Rolng norlli inJ Hit Newhern accom nidation coin south. Look at This! 4 " K- - $& .'l VfMI o DO YOU NEED AH ALLEN, Sueetnor to J. C. jflliion.' HIckkak, Kt., 30, 1890. Council met, Prr.enl Mur CoW'.!!, NOTICE CF PISSOUITIOW. Councllrain Parker, 8liar, fimllli, Deck man, Itamage and lferweek. The firm of T. T. 8WAYNR fit IlfOKJlAlt, l i KBNTtfdKY. The mlnulea of t lie ImI meeting ner this day dissotted copsrlnenklp, CO. has by muread, approved and lnid. M, Isler an I J. It. tual consent, It. Ut)T KEPT Itf STOCK, older ACCOUST, ALLOWKU. retiring. T. T. 8wayne assumes BOOKS request. All persons owing The following account, nerf prreenl.d all liabilities. Stationery of every variety and ftvl propeily apprnred, which, on motion, were firm must came jrwarl und settle same tsJX. Also Sgeht for (be leadlbg heVi and cbecka ordered itiued for the by Ihe 10th of Janimy After that date papers of the United Slates. allowed, II claims will be placed In tho hsn.l. ,.f amount: Hlreet pay roll week end. Pea. 0, S 111 25 an officer for collectionT. T SWAYNE, M J3( it i' ii ii a) 6 Works.-B-. tyickman It M. IStF.lt, ii i ii ii jo, ii it 43 10 New Adverlisemenls. P. Boolis and Stationery West-bro- a,j garble N ! ! ! Overcoat or ?loaf call at once and secure one at your price, We have too many heavy Courier Job LOCAL NEWS. If J. It. WKSTDtlOOK. 25 0. L. Carpenter, dleltnic pri.onert, 10 40 Hickman, Ky., Jan. I, 1M1. IU 30 It. D. llretard, for (utidrie, 8inllh, Elllion & Co, for nails, &e, 2 7fi G 00 II. T. Darli. aliorncy fee, 10 00 Pr. A. A. Farln, work on elreels, The Jus. F. Marrs home nlace. mKnln. C.ll. Wllion, pilntlng engine limine, 6 60 log corporate limits of Hickman, consist CO ing or A L. Kinsman, for liaiillng rock, acres oi itnu, i two story 0 2 W. I. MeCiilchen, for ilallonery, 2 05 room bouse, barn, smoke house, etc. AnClue. Meacham, repairing City Hall other cottife house for leiituls. Dr. A. A. KAMA. 2 PO window.. Apply to Ijo.-O- i 4w 7 05 J. tt. Drown & Co., for lumber, Cowgill & Cowtlll, paint", olle, &e., 20 29 ii ii ii ii m ii 07, 2(3 Bale2 T C. RAMAGE, DIALta IK iTAttAR HAVINO red lo fill my work. ANU AMEHICAa MARHtlf MONU.MEHTS, TOMD AND (MAVK 8TONKS, In alock, nfino lot of Amr Overcoats Jackets Newmarkets, &c, and are determined to slaitghtcr prices AT COMT. TfecAiusR'a nr.ro a T. OrJeM from the TlieClly Treaurr presented h! monthllltd. To Mnu nnt stock, t sill sll RATIIPR ly report up to tlila dale, ihowlnr, balance raayL'G &c , GOODS, each at Urldles, In treasury, to rredlt of " (lener.l Kurd account, 23 ai voi. $031 D. B. BllYANT. 8:10 Uack-liand- Italian Marble, 1 tu pis-p- a all orders. Call and examine country promptly J College IV ml Account, I 00 22 63 Oily libit account, The report wee received and ordered filed. Notice I Notice I All rsrllcs Indebted lo us, either b7 note or account, mast come forward nnd settlo the same iy January 1st, lhl. Afler that date all claims will be plsced In the bands ef R" officer with Instructions to bring sull'St once. 12:5-lf- A. F. 0&ZVE3 KENTUCKY, )o( ' in order to close out the Jine. c.AXTfi) runriiEt TiMt. The enmmltiee nn revision of I lie City ordinance, reported profrr.e, and aikc'd for further lime, which waa urauted. vf.- HICKMAN, A BALTZER ft f Office' of Wall Papoi at Cost. Dttl) TO CCMKTCIT toT. Desiring to close out my resent dock, Tho Cilr Clerk reported that be had executed ileed lo Annie Wilker'on for lot I will sell Wall Taper, some beautiful No. 44, 20x20 feel, in colored cemetery. prints, at cost. Call early and make lie havlnr. filed Bupt. Dlllon'e receipt for MISS It. ADELI.U ALLEN. 06 iu,uu in piyinem ror tame, AcCarxiD. On moltoo. tho vrono.Uton of Mr. floo. Warren lo print Charier and Ordinance. ii accepted by Ihe Council. VX 1 if T. T. HWAYNE & CO. Wagons, &c. hUo you I 1VR ME TRIAL when repairswent Utaclsniltbing done, or cr. tTodortakur's ff'oo4fT Common, Rosewood, and Solid Black Walnut Collins and Cases, which etn be 6Ne up on short notice, and at reasonable prices. Give me a call. VST Shop near the Jail. niaj-25-8- kep a, Hnrrrsbneliig full line ot n specialty. ornctis' ! On motion. llie'Councll proceeded lo fix (lie Mlerle of Mayor ant Councllmen fnr Ihe year 15U1 as rollowa; Mayor, 100; Couneihuen, 50 etch per annum. must, ACME HARROW. HELM BROS, Ag'ts, Hickman, Ky. "2? - ciucKe to cm orricug. g Overs-Ihitk- Kirk-pntriu- On motion. Ihe Citr Clerk le directed to liwiie cbecka l all the city ofSceri for ealarie. quarter ending Uec 31t, 1830 It le ordered that Ihe Fmauco (Jommiltee etlle with all the city officers dorinr ihe preaent week, and preaent lhelr report of leuieroeot to i lie uounen at na next meeting on Monday evening January Tho Aomo is the best Harrow in And get your DlacksmUhiiig and general use, and at prices as low na can liepatring done at bo bought any where. 8e27-t- OI a ! J. F. GRAY'S, ( Corner f of Obion OlSTY rKonucR. Wo will pay EICZtt&N, Good Work at motto. ani Exchangt Stttttt,) SIT !L BUCHANAN null-lotter- y TREASURY DEPARTMENT. (he Comptroller of Ihe Currency, I for Country Produce. Also, you can always And a froBh supply of Butter, KggB, Chickens, &c, and Atltet, W. L. McCUTCIIEN, C. C. a general line ot family uroce-ries- , at our store in Hast Hickman. HELM BROS. Buck Bros' is tho placo lo go se27-t- f to have your eyes tested and fitted to Spectacles of all kinds. 8:22 I2iu, ib'Jl. On motion, Council adjourned. the highest price flock-botto- Prles. My t&MIII.L, vYOKK mar2t3-l- vpeciallT.'T, JOHN F. OKAT. f sale and livery stable Faius & Pakkek, UTREET OUR KDDt'ATlONAI. ASSOCIATION. FIVE MILLION SPOKES WANTED I KEHTCCKT I J bo-for- e By satisfactory evidence undersigned, it has been made to appear WHEREAS, AM) KKH Washington, Nor. 13th, 1890. presented to tho that Tim Farm- HANK OF HlCKMAN, MKKCIIANTS NATIONAL in Klrk-Patric- k, -- m n: weu-wisiie- a rin; Jli"'. j - ai. n, tho City of Hickman, in the comity of Fulton, and Slnto of Kentucky, bus complied with all tho provisions of the Statutes of the United Stntos, required to bo complied with before an aBSocintiou shall bo authorized to commence tho business of Hanking: .VO H' THEREFORE, I, Edward S. Lacky, Comptroller of tho Currency, do hereby certify that Thk Fakmeus and Mkkchants National Hank ov Hickman, In tho City of Hickman, In tho County of Fulton, and State of Kentucky, is authorized to commence the business of Banking as provided in Mention Fifty ouo hundred nnd sixty nine of the Revised Statutes of the United States. m TESTIMONY WHEREOF witness my hand aud Seal of office this 13th day uf November, 1890. I E. S. LACEY, jn Nnl l o. iiu;. Cimptrolkr of the Currency. v 1 ( Hurt-let- t, NOTICE! J1" (ojari! flojarij Our Now Goods wero bought before tho tariff law took effect, and wc paid cash down; so our customers can buy good goods nt ns low prico as over. Wo tnko pleasure in offering to tho trado a largo selection of from tho cheapest to tho fluest quality. SIMCR and SATTEENS iu various shades. A largo supply of TI.e Iml meeting of the Fullon County Educational Association waa held at Mont gumery Academy, Saturday, December 27, 1890. Notwilhilandlng the brightness of the dar. Kapt. J. II. Sauadem, W. E. Lnmley, T. C. Cleer, Will H. Cook, J. D. Vance and Prof. Jewell, of Tipituifille academy, were Ihe only representatives of the lenchera' profession preaent. flow, ever, these present acquitted Ihomselvca respectfully. Miss Laura Stiles, of Pulherielf, had sent In ton, though her paper which was read before Ihe Association. Tbo most enjoyable, aaccensful, Interesting and, judging from external mini festatlone, the most appreciated feature of the day, was I lie excellent dinner pre pared Ly the good UJien of the distrlc'. One thin; Is certain, tbev gave Talue for all ihe menl.il food they received that day. The next meeting of Ibe Association will be held at Hfckmtn Celle"", on (h first astunUr in February. There will lie some Important business before the Asso elation on lhat day, and every teacher in Hie county is earnestly requested to be present. The following is Ihe program : Arable and Komsn Notation, J. D. Vance; Astronomical Geography, W. fcl. I.iitnley; School Apparatus, J. T. Saunders; rrlraary Teaeliing, J. II. Baunders ; Kentucky History. Will II. Cook ; Physi ology, S. L. ttoulbae; Numbers, Maltle Uellow ; u. a. History, T. K. Cleer; Composition, Jessie Oilien ; Select Ieadiog, Willie Luten and Miss Tarpley. ab-c- constantly on hand for Mr" Wo are desirous of purchasing, from now until January let, 1892, KEEPS sale HORSES, UUOQIES and HACKB. 6,000,000 BUOOY SPOKES, for Having purchased Ihe stable, borseg which we will pay Cash on Partlos doslrlng to eoll and entire outfit of W. 1). I'lummer must first call at our offlco and we p'opose tor continue the business, and mako contracts for samo In writ-In- s. ollctt palronae' Respectfully, JNO. W. MORRIS & SON, You 10;10 , Hlokman. Ky. Ay. Don't Forget - An laduosmontl la snv inducement to buy good, rrrsu lUitU'KUlliS, at as low prices ns elsewhere, and to be I her ctn be bousht MaltcJ on politely, and to know that your patronage is tltankrully recelTeU anJ why cull at I). B. BIIYANT'S. T II ' It! If it Mm Wittlas JtoOllH tllO AHHortmont or l)o Found JK. GUOCEKIES GooJs delivered lo any part of tlier City R. E. CONNELLY & CO., IKT Connelly, Klntucici", ClVK Dealers in DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES. Country Produce of all kinds tken in ex change for Coeds. Cash price paid for 12.12-'9- 0 all kinds of FLBS. EICEHAWl' THIAL! JTIt X'o V. Family Groceries. space to name all artlcfei, (at no lo show goods. Come and see, at the corner of Troy and Moscow Avenue. East Hlokmru, Ky DIESTBLBRINK. A FULL STOCK OF NOtrouble Plate riui. BAKERY !BAKERY I Ten-nesse- o MARRIED. On Dec. 3d, 1890, Mr. A. 0. Klmbro to Emma Jane Gaskln. On the Ctb Inst., A. S. Fletcher lo Mary M. Morton, Special Notice! JAN'-lDo- R. M. Melheny's City liakary nnJ Grocery, I will be pleased to sec all his old friends and customers. JT'roHH Urotitl, CnkOH, .'iTo. Having bouRht out J6ST Delivery Dread Wagon will visit Alwnyw on IlniKl! FOR A RaKXT. you every day. ialS If OEO. KOERSEff'. A-RIS Ladies and Children's Cloaks and Jackets, which must bo sold nuu SOLD VEltY LOW. desirable dwelling houso, centrally located, six rooms, aud la vrry good repair, good neighborhood, yard, backgrounds, etc. Will be rented furnished or unfurnished. terms, etc, apply to Mas. W. A. Lawson. JDR. A.. A.. PHYS1CAN Fr AND SURUEON KENTUCKY HICKMAN, hlsProfsrsIonal Services OTFERS of Hickman and vicinity - anlC-'S- C ' in-- FLANNELS, BLANKHTS, TABLE CLOTHS, JEANS, QUILTS, TOWELS. CAItPETS, NAPKINS, OIL CLOTHS, ItUGS, 01' THE A tt or aoy-- a A. W. U0KDSA7, HICKMAN, KY. 8:15 and many other articles too numerous to mention, nil of which will and must bo SOLD VERY LOW. Wo nre In Hickmaii OF U. Bank. joiiv w. niwoiLL, V. Pf i 'Ww0ti3g&&Q5fp OfSoe w!lh It. S. Murrell. earnest when we claim to hnvo tho SHOES, AND best stock of HICKMAN, KENTUCKY, WATCHES, CHAINS, &c Just Received, nnd will bo sold Cheaper than ever before. Everything guaranteed n represented nt ixizc. m, who, rmlj.it. nAl.TZKIt, AttorneySt., at - Law, Uolede Clinton OBice, Block, B. T. DAVIS, I1IOKMAN, KY. LADIES AND CHILDREN'S MEN'S BOOTS AND SHOES rrssldsat. dis-uo- that wo ever bought, Give any of theso Goods a trial, nnd you will be convincod that our houso Is tho placo to buy RESOURCES. Loans and Discounts, Miscellaneous Jionds, Due from other banks, Ranking house and fixtures, Expenses and taxes paid, Caeh, ! BOOTS and SHOES. OUR IMMENSE STOOK OF 77,100 7,000 10.HI0 3 30'J 2,851 32 00 7fl Buck Bros. wi . Will allend promptly to all bnslness (n mchM '90 trusted lo his care. 92 70 Gents' ?! Furnishing A LA ltd 13 Goods and Clothing is comploto, and you can And just tho quality and prico you want hero. STOOK OP LIABILITIES. Capital slock paid, Deposits, Undivided profits, $110,05! (34,039 72 77 y DR. ELLIOTTS Medicated Food, A iiyiw w ouru Cuiu tot ! SwCSSCS IT ..mi-wtek-I- jr e, F',xxxily Grooeries. Quoeuswuro, Glnsswnro, Hardwnro, Doors, Sash, Winds, Moulding, Oils, FaiutB, &.C., constantly on bnml. Our Motto Good Goods, and Sell as Low as any Houso 1 i.ll a,6oooo FORBES, Cattle, Sheep and Hogs Arising from ImpnrlUes of tho Blood, and from Functional Derangements. A 1 10,951 4'J W. C. JOHNSON, Cashier, Sworn to before me tills January Cth, 1801. A. A. DAVIS, N. r. f Hun-dr- J. AMBERG'S SONS. 3F"xxll XLiixxo la&d-M- M NOW BHIXO SOLD AT 1 y Ii9-3- . .iii 1 1 of Tiik IIutSii.vr in the world for Cuts, PREVEHTIOH 0? HOG GQOlEitl. Driilse, Sores, Ulcers. Silt Itheum. lever Sores, Tetter, Chappel llmids, Chilblains, r-oHATTJ 31 V Corns, and oil 8kln Kruplions, nod posiA P . CBKIinLlS Ky, tively cures Tiles, or no pay required. It 0. A. I10I.COMDC, Drugs, Medicines, Oils, ke , lllckrosn. Al.l.XA.jI)l.l. k liria- (leneral Merchandlso nnd Teed MulT, Fulton, Ky Is guaranteed to irlve perfect S'ltlsfaclion. K. F TIIOMAf, Oenersl WORTII, Drufii and Urocerles, Jordan, Ky. r or money refunded, t'rico "i5 cents Merchandlie, State Llue, Ky. Nay lor Oliver, t.ayce, Ky. box. For sale by C. A. llolcombo, Drug- ; Itneldrirsi Arnlcn Nnlt. DEAD SHOT ON WORMS, Ah'D A CERTAK rlst. 1 Good Electric Bitters. This remedy Is becoming so well known and so iopular ns to need no special men tion, All who have used electric Bitters sing Ihe same song of praise. A purer medicine does not exist nnd It Is gniran. Eleotric Iced to do nil that Is claimed. Hitlers will euro nil diseases of Ihe Mver and Kidneys, nlll remove Pimples, Jlolls, Salt Kbuiim and ether allVclloiie caused by Impure blood Will drive .Malaria from the system nd prevent ns well as euro all Malarial fevers. For cure of Headache, (Virutln.itlmi and InJiuettion try Klectrlo Hitters Knllre satisfaction guaranteed, or money refisniled...I'rlce 00 cts. anil ti.uu per bottle at 0. A. HoJcombe'e Vtk Store. THE JCdiiri -- (HAS. A. HOLCOMBE, Ircalcr In MUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS AND DYE-ST0FF- 5, lotic-hicoi- l, Residonco for Rent. lil-t- ox" Ssohaossd for Live Stock, M. B. SHAVT. PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED. lWsslsamWiftLfti;'Mitav,isrMtiii.iis .- -J ,-- .r ;. . j. .' - ' . ill .,01ml ' -- ir MfsTiraMaTTsaTTr'r vesnM!jmaammmMmMmamvjmtsssrTrrrrrr'. swsssssssaBtsaaassssssssssM LUsUaliii . '. ' ' '', ru.i i : '. . i H . m 1 i . A Siilxllllllr for llubber. CALIFORNIA CADDAOE. collapsing have left multitudes of emIll vlcsv of tho threatened denrth of ployes without mentis of support, Tho r and tl o rapid declnia Ion racked hrnlns of business men have al- A Huge Specimen TMcli Itroucht About n WeilillnR. sshlch Is going on In tho available gul-t- a s It of twn kinds, arnta ami rtirnnlc. Tti formf r s Mlnlatom and Christinas Called most or entirely given way. New accompanied bf hiffh fever ami In Itio swollen pcrchn trees, tlio statement Mint n Itomnnco anil the rose go hand in nil over tho land of tho fact Joints thsr. Is Intrn.. pstn. sluch oflsn sutMcnlr Upon to Rally Wc have volumes of evidence to prove that S. S. S. tlml riches have not only feet, on which hand, nnd tho dainty violet nnd the supply of svhnt mny, In some respectr, ?Hmw .r.rlh. mh K.f th twl frm Chronic rheumatism l without fcter ami tint so bo nn effective, substitute for theso usethey walk slowly as they come, out modest Illy hnve often opened the is the only permanent cure for contagious nmra cuntinuous and llsbla tn rum seTtr., bat lose, but It has lecn left to Cali- ful articles of commerce In plentiful In wlngHon which they speed when they on al ,rr itorm or after slight aipoaure. In n (tram! Combine Agiilnat sslsn "' H,n Ktperlnl MrssaR I'ronyle I'ulplt fornia to produce the only enbbnge thnt Australia, Is of Interest, Tho Austir-Ha- n Iltisutnsiiem It known t l4 a iti.pa,. of tha Blood Taint. go. Kternnl Godl Thou knowest how to 1 rarer and blood and Hood's fsrtspsr n bat had Errat inocaoutchouc Is said to have been cramped, and severe, nnd solemn a tlmo hns eser led to a real romance Mint a qualiIn curliif It. Tb.lt mi' linn I suffered for llvo years with the 1 then commenced taking Bwlfl's first observed In little sand hollows, nnd up In tl sveddllig. ties winch nsutralite acidity and purirr, enricb It is with many. And, as the business wound T)r. TalmniJ preached tii( fultowlnjr Storst form Of blood poison, during Hpcclflo (H 8 H ), nnd In n for months I and slullie tha liluoJ. eighteen months ngo, nccordlng to resembled patches of dried leuther. It ruin of 1M7 was followed by tho gloripennon Inst Sunday from tlit text. I.uUo svhlch tlmo I ssas at-svas entirely cured, and ous triumphs of Grace, let tlio awful the unquestionable statement n grain svns found generally In swamps, nnd of x.lv., 40: "Tnrry yo In the citT " """ tended by tho beat phy- I to this grant modlclno -- , struggles of 1S90 1ms followed by tho hal- merchant of San Francisco, there stood the theory of Its production svas that It until yo bo endued tullM,0Wl'r slolans I could find, nnd Jo ' "ttrlhuto my ro-In front of the door of one of Snn Fran- had resulted from the overflow of jn'tro-lenlelujahs of n nation saved In 1891. T ' O .P from on IiIrIi." A VC trtod number of proprl. Cffrr every. This sa over or rock oil. There Is still n ss ulc Hrethren In the Gospel ministry! If cisco's real estnto dealers a cnbbago l'or a few months, tn the providence Ury mcd'cliiei without VV? two j ears' ago, and I RJrVtfaS j we spent half ns much time in prayer from Snn llcrnardlno County weighing difference of opinion as to the origin of of tlod, I linvo two pulpits "' I" nny beneficial results, I ILSSStol has o hail no return or pounds, and said to be tho the substance. Some scientific autliot ns wc do in the preparation of our ser- iilnctv-twYorlc, don n. All opposition goes dow n. Ilrooklyn and tlio other In i continued to rrosrsvorso It as near Infallible as II Is nny effects of the ills, ascribe to It u vegetable origin, nnd print-luf- f Several times in the history of tho mons nothing could stand before us. largest ever raised. While thts producand through thu IctndncM vl the all this tlmo, until my svns on regard itnsn gum exuding from a plant . mcdlclRS ,8 s, ease slnoo. and my .,hi, opportunity. church and tho world has this power Wo would have the power from on high tion of California's grentness press nn whole system was do akin Is today as smooth exhibition tho Oregon express landed or lichen. Others assign to It ii In ns w e never have had it. Trlvuto mem1 come from on high been demonstrated. In tho curs ol Blood polsorv atrojedby tho vile ills PoldbTatl dmtclts. Iti ill for IV rtrparad bf To till such hearers and readers aa any body's. William origin, but the known facts great bership of nil Chrlstendontl If wo spent fri'iu England two Hrltons, so fresh C. I. HOOD A CO , Apothecaries, Lowrll, Man. with nn enpeclnl mcKngc. The time the seventeenth century, after n ease, my tongue and Hosvcra, Covington, O. has arrived for a forward movement, season of moral depression, this power half ns much tlmo In positive prayer for fumi their native soil that they wnlked concerning It nro not" corrotiorntlseof throat havlnggrcat holes unused by It. 100 Doses One Dollar V Ikxt ea Blw4 aal Skin Dlwases fr. this Inllueneo as wc do In thinking about along the dry and dusty streets with this vlesv. Chicago Dally News. such as the church and tho orld have f rom on high came down upon John THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Ca. and Owen and FInvcl and llnxter It and talking about It, there would not stirtoutM dosvu to their ankles and their never seen. That thero la n need for A Tntron of Literature. Fred - lh Mich a rellfrlous movement I evident and llunynn, nnd there wns n deluge of Ik secretaries enough to take down the tnsssrrs rolled up to meet their coats. you think sell ' of poems ss from the fact that never since the world mercy higher than the lops of the high- names of those who w ould want to giro Ili.-- ssere lioth bound for Australia. Augustus your look edition ss III ill exlie The first Wo Tasking along they espied the wonder w as RUiniff out among tlio planet has est mountains of sin. In the eighteenth In their names for enlistment. would have hundreds of eases Hkothnav fu cabbage, lioth men stopped short. hausted on the first day. Fred My' Sick there liccn such an organUed nd de- century, In Knglnud and America, but that's good. Augustus Yes; my 55 was at n low wnter mark. Wil recently reported when n man bald to I p ivent two single termined effort to overthrow nifhtonub-rcs-- s uncle, ssho Is a pntron of literature, In Uv .love, old lxiy, that's n dooscdly This rieture, rand tit?, mallM for rents, evangelist: "I am n lost and make tho Ten CommnnJments liam Cowper, writing of the clergy of an h'n d tends to taho tho ssholn edition sinner. Tray for me, My wife Uige cabhnire. doncherknoss-.obsolete and tho whole Jllblo a deri,ion. those times, said: J. F. SMITH CO., Ah, 1 sec ho intends to destroy It, Ihtiiscdly large," replied tho second has been n professor of religion for Kicpl a few with nil's spirit blest, Meannhllo alcoholism Is taklnf down Statrra of "r:n rtran," llcphnl and Thlncas may detcrtbe the e years, lut I knew she did not enjoy re surprised son of Albion, and then they Yankee Made. iLi victims by tho hundreds of thousands 253 & 257 (trtcnwlch St., N. Y. Cily. Here is something from Mr. Frank Infidel wrltlngsof Shaftesbury and ligion, and I said if that was nil there bo'li went In aud Inquired of the real down on Made Perfectly Clear. Mr Calliper A. Hole, proprietor of the De Witt nnd the political parties get estate man where It svas. gross n. in religion I did Colonel Clasvtr.ip, can you tell mo the House, Lewiston, and the Tontine their knees, practically saying "Othou Hobbs nnd Chubb hnd done their work. wastho hist few days not want It. Hat Hoth men svere wealthy. Hoth men upon for Hut power from on high came she atd wo 1mv don Hotel, Brunswick, Me. Hotel' men ulmlghty Hum Jug,the otllccs, city. Mate lioth the Wesleys and I.ndy Huntington acted In such an elevated looked that I ssere cousins, and sshllc unknown to difference between a green stranger In thee, (live us spirit meet the world ns it comes and goes, nnd national. Oh, give us the cilices on the other side of the Atlantic, and can no stand It away from Ood. I them the busy hand of fnte svas nosv at n mining camp and a chiropodist? Col, Srat as r ssall. n, ulll rfellter, cannot. free sf sll tsirara, lu sal rtrsoa and arc not slow in sizing people nnd wo vt 111 enshrine thee foreVcr and upon Willinin Tennant nnd David Hrnin-ar- d want the same religion that Inspires ssork. It only seemed to tho curiosity-seeke- r Classtrap theNo, Mr. Calliper, ICalliper la lk lallej Males, all tka ful. What Is difference? Mr. that in deciding that life would One Is a tenderfoot nnd tho other Is a and things up for what they are ever, Amen." Tho Christian inlbatli of this sldo tho Atlantic, nnd both her." laalac srtlflu fsrtrsll; s(tt4 la a arst bait !k misspent sinless they sasv the land worth. He says that he has lost a meanwhile, nppolnted for physical cen- hemispheres felt tho trend of a pardonCornel Como! nil through tho Unltikl foot tender. N. Y. Sun. Ont two oirncs bottle ol Pun Vastliie, 10 e!s. One ol VittliM Sop, unstM 10 eta. upon svhlch this cabbage grcsv that d father and several brothers and sis- tal and spiritual rest, is being sccuarir-e- ing God. Coming to later date, there States, and all through Chrlstendai, tilt Oat fto ounce bottle Valine Ponude, 15 " they ssere obeying the Idle whim of Idle Ons ale ol VissliM Soip, sconM . 25 " Ueafneaa Can't He Cured and abolished. As if the bad pub- may Ikj In this nudience nn aged mnn nnd all around tho world let us j ters from Pulmonary Consumption, gentlemen In going to San Henianllno by local applications, us they can imt rencb. Om Jar ol Vitellne CoM Cream . . 15 " One tto ounce bott't ol White Vmlint 25 " hands in holy pledge thnt we will and is himself frequently troubled lishing houses of our own eoutjtiT had or woman who can rcmemlier tho diseased portion of ttio ear, 1 here Is One In 1S11 when this power from on upon God for tho power. Oh, for tad to do so. And so they went. 10 $1.10 O H ule ol Vajetina Cimphcf Ice fUa. ? with colds, aud he exhausted their literary fllth.thft french ono way to Kngllshmcn ns a rule sre not gnrru-Ion- s only constitutionaleuro Dcntnvas, and tlui Is ,m ww sasssrs n Ukm Tavcoliaols. mmf f straw is j la high descended most wondrously. It power f nun on high, tho power Uiat asrri1 t WI Mt.i llusslnn sewers have bceuiTite by f4a remodles H orodltary A prwss ittairTt often coughs enough nndpour sira.mr. tpr tsso friends ssere no ex caused byun inflamed condition Deafness Is sfrktIiHS.lv ff jmssJ tss.suffrtsl ismkj rci4sarirrisisj so m and these came, upon pastors U h u priklM , a enmo on Pentecost, yen, for ten tl n o the to IB to make him sick at into thotheir scunlllty nnd mor"J slush and theaters and nnd congregations sand Tentecosts. Such times wllDme, ception. Once in Snn Hcrnnntlno they vi ill. tih-,- i aiiqhisjfstrrsiiftbt. i k hi;a i. . A.Li,Nr. u I4 Wilt11 VilKt aistq ii rval. f all slraciitU at lining of the Eustachian Tube. Wheu r Consumption's stomach. When- Bwlne arc trough vhero our tmerienn lishments. Chnthnm commercial estab- and they will come In our ilty If wo sverc directed to tho farm sshcro tho this tubo gets laQAinod you has'rui rumbling CHESEOROUCH M'F'C CO., 24 Stnto Street, Now York. wallowing. Meanwhile, Street Theater, sound or imperfect hearing, and svhen ia ever he has taken a there arc now enoVgh houses of Infamy In New York, was tho scene of n most tre- have tho faith nnd tho prayer Hid tho cabbage grcsv. They remained tsso entirely closed Dcarnesa la the result, It and cold of this kind he uses Boschee's all our cities, open and unmolested of mendous awakening. A committee of consecration. sseeks. At the end of Mint time one of unlesa tho inflammation can be taken nut every on and this tuba restored to Its normal condiGerman Syrup, and it cures him tho law, to irrokc tho Omnipotent wrath Christian gentlemen called upon tho As the power from on hlgr In lsJ7 them snld to the rancher: tion, hearing will bo destroyed forever; "I want so much of your land In a nlno cases out of ten aro caused by catarrh, every time. Here is a man who which bur'cd Scdcm under a deluge of lcs.w.1 of tho theater and said they wns more remarkable In acalemies of THAT CAN DB RELIED OM How much Is It which la nothing but an Inflamed condition knows the full danger of lung trou- -' brimstone Tho pandeinonlac world, I would like to buy tho lease of the thea- music, and lyceum halls and "n theaters certain section. BE UP of tho uiuoous surfaces. bles, and would therefore be most think, hw massed its troops, and they ter. He said: "What do you want It than in churches, why not 'his winter worth'" Wo svlll give One Hundred Dollars for any TO "Four hundred thousand ilollnrs." casn of Iteafncsa (caused by Catarrh! tea; particular as to the medicine he used. nro this moment plying their batteries for?" They replied: "For a church." of ls'Jl in these two oendcmlesof music, It svas paid for. The other friend said ssoean not euro by taking Hall's Catarrh npon family circles, church circles, so- "For said tho owner. "For places of seculnr cntf rtnlnmont, w here THE MARK What is his opinion ? Listen "I to the rancher: Cure, Send for circulars, free DEARS THIS MARK. use nothing but Boschee's German cial circles, political circles and nation- a church," wns the .reply. Tho owner we are during tho rebuilding of our V J. Cnsstr & Co., Toledo, "Your daughter Is very lenutlful the saddle and said: "You It al circles. Apollyon Syrup, and have advised, I presume, riding nt the head Is inhis myrmidons you 81,000 tomay haveon and 1 will give Ilrooklyn Tabernacle, so grandly and I love her. I svant to make her and 8old by DrugirlaU, 750. my of with tho work." graciously treated by tho owners and helpyou more than a hundred different per- vould capture this world for darkness Arthur Tnppan, a man mightily perse- lessors and lessees; why not expect, and wlf." The weight that has been Imnglnff on the sons to take it. They agree with nnd woe. There wns n wedding nt the ranch. front gate all summer win now no irana cuted In his time, but a mnn, as I saw why not havo the power from on liigh, me that it is the best cough syrup eonlHct now him in his last days, ns honest nnd pure comforting power, arousing tower, or There sverc a number of people present, ferrcd to ths sofa lu the parlor Maryland That Is one side of tho svjf iaVf EVsarsv in me market. " raging. On the other side we have tho and good as nny man I ever knew, step- victing power, converting power, sav.ng friends of the family, and the gnom lluetto. thresv nsldc his taciturnity long enough An ley lnvne'"i most magnificent gospel machinery that ped on tho stage of old Chnthnm Thea- power, omnipotent power? aSkSjBaCZiBKr tho world ever saw or Heaven ever in- ter as tho actors were closing their My opinion Is that In thlsc'nster of nt the supper table to tell hosv tho big Of the bncic and shoulder announces ths chills fever. ssaJmaa vented. In tho first place, In this coun- morning rehearsal and said: "There cities by tho Atlantic coast, then-- are cahnngo had lei! tn his happiness. San uuproaci. of eiiouuh and slwn. vnuYou po !to bed. If luckr to try moro than 80,000 ministers of re- will Iks preaching hero a furnace, or fancy so. Fierce la uiik. on 500,000 people now ready to accept the Francisco Kvamlner. tho heat ligion, and, take them as a class, moro this stage," and then gave out and sang, Gospel call, If, freed from nil tho cothat consumes you. Then comes profuse The Ilavaajra nf C.it.iiniptlnn. sweating. This over you rtHembla is limp, consecrated, holier, more consistent, with such people as were there, the old nventionalities of tho Church, it svrre NEEDS HO LAUNDERING. After tho first paroxsim, CAN BE WIPED CLEAN IN A MOMENT.' More than of the human lUinji rn moro selMcnying, moro faithful men hymn: earnestly and with strong faith pre arioi her svlth Hostellers Htomruli never lived. 1 know them by the thou- The role of free etc cries, escape to the sented to them. In these brilliant v rnct die of tuberculosis. The numler of which knocks out malaria, Mllous-nes- t, THE ONLY LINEN-LINE- D constipation and kidney complaints. sands. I have met them in every city. mountain. scmblies, there aro hundreds who arc those xvho die of It every year In I'uropw I am told, not by them, but by peoplo For all that bclfere Chrlit has opened a fount- not frequenters of churches, nnd whod nlono is alxmt 1,000,000. In this city for COLLAR IN THE MARKET. become listless, fretful, without enerain. "Dof'T bo outside our profession, people engaged not believe much, if at all in minister! 0'ye.r l"u out ef S?,iS2 deaths re flah. "1 can't shy." said the raternat erasr. gy, thin and weak. But vou can for. help it," was the rplr l Tho of tho theater was of religion, or ecclesiastical organiza- ported tho cause of 5,1(53 svas phthisis, in Christian and reformatory work, that sCJSfesftvfo naturally backward." WaahlnKtoo tlfy them and build them up, by the and SOO per tions. Hut Ood knows you has o strap- - svhllo to bronchitis were assigned 1,793. ud the clergy of America are at the head of turned Into a prayer-room- , use of nil good enterprises and whoever clso sons were present at the first meeting. gles in which you need help and be- The average ago of those s ho died of tuConnrmed. fall, they may be depended on. Tho For seventy successive nights religious rcavements In which you want berculosis In this country In lto ssas produced on Tho favorable truth of this is demonstrated by tho services were held in that theater, and solace and persecutions in which; hi only 37 years. The magnitude and Im- tho first appcnncImprnaalon sgreonblo liquid of tho fact that when a minister does fail it is such scenes of mercy and salvation as ought to have defense, and perplexities portance of a discovery such ns thts fruit Hymp of Figs n fesv yenra ago made by has been more than mntlrnie.1 by so exceptional that the newspapers re- will be subjects of conversation nnd in which you need guidance, and svith a which uppciirh to hnve port it ns something startling, while n congratulation among the ransomed in profound thoughtfulness you stand by Trof. Koch can Ih realized only by ant experience) of nil ssho hare used it, and To convince evervlxxlv. before subscrililnrr. of th hlelii tuocess of tlio proprietors slid hundred men in other callings may go glory ns long as Heaven lasts. Hut I the grave of the old year, and the cradle those ssho knosv how great the continu- tho turors tho California Fig Syrup Binau- jL quality nml interest of our Itcnutlsttlly IllttHtratctl jour- come to a later time 1857 remem- of tho young year, wondering svhere ing mortality is and hosv much sorross', ral down without the matter being con,n.i I in its new form, wc will send to any address I you svill be, and ss hat you svlll bo when loss,nnd suffering arc caused by it in all OF PURE COD LIVER OIL AND sidered ns especially worth mentioning. bered by many who aro here. Ir seems aa though tho lltorary worker parts of the world. N. Y. Times. In addition to their equipment in moral remember it especially as I had just "rolling yenrs shall eenso to inos-eHYP0PHO3PHITES i or an Ink um of ought to havo a character, tho clergy of this country entered the ofllro of the ministry. It Toss cr from on high descend upon them' Of I.lino mid Noiln. One use for It Walker (helping his some kind. Dtugusmton LeaJtr. They will take It readily, for it Is alhave all that the schools can give. All was a year of hard times. A great panic Men of Now York and Ilrooklyn, I oiler friend to elurrtl Hosv do most as palatable as milk. And it alusiys copies utrionf u. Dob. nrchaological, rhetorical, scientific, had flung hundred? of thousands of peo- you God and Heaven! From tho 'iy old eh.ip? (enthusiastically). you like It, It's great bins' Klectrlc bioap, Brsl mudo In 1MVI, has should bo remembered that is i rnr. Starvation entered hab- you como to these cities what a strugscholastic, literary attainment. So ple penniless. stuff, isn't It? Wentman (with his been Imitated moru than any soap made. on cent: op roams 01: colds vkstite much for the Christian ministry of all itations that had never lieforo known a gle you has-- had! I can tell fmm wonwur Kicetrio tosp, IX BOTH THE OLD AND YOUNO, IT IS mouth nsvry) Ye cs I should think it Ask Tourcrocer ror Klectrlcity, Macncties, denominations. In the next place on want. Domestic life, in many cases, nil other Kloetrlca, your enre-s- s urn countenances and the UNEQUAllED. .stvl'i.ti.fitf.oiiso;V. n tragedy. Suicide, gnrrotinj', tears In your eyes, nnd the deep sigh would bo very cflicnclous for tliat pur- etc, are imitations. our side of the conflict, we have tho grandest churches of all time, and high- burglary, assassination were rampant. you have just breathed that you want pose. American Grocer. GOLD MEDAL, PARIS, 1878. ffs may differ In this world, but svhen we hat nn awful day that wns when tl.o A ball ssasilrassn s,0M times out of er stylo of membership, and moro of and hero it is, greater el to the cemoiory sro are all on a dead v. & an urn containing on equal number of 19TCL Indianapolis Journal. them, nnd a host without number of banks went down. There has lecn than Hlucher, when ho Jask. SEND TEN CENTS for n trial subscription, and wc willi. splendid men and women, who nre do- nothing like It for thirty years, and I Wellington, greater than the Hank of srhlto and block balls with tho result GOCQQ SBsESJSrCl- Witt don't you ing their best to have this world puri- pray God there may not Ikj any thing Kngland, svhen lastmonth it that i,0M drawings gave a white nnd rills f They aro utry Carter's Little Liver send you three numbers, includinp;oiir CHRISTMAS NUMUBR.Ii cure for sick 2,030 a black bnll, so that out of 1,000 heaitarhe, and all tho Hltlve fied, elevated, gospcliied. lilt we nil like It in the next thirty centuries. Talk the Hnrings; namely, tho God with an artistic cover: nlso, our Calendar Announcement for Ills produced by disIs abMoluteltf pure and feel that something is wanting. Knough nboutyourltlack Fridaysl It wns Mack through Blifoi, with n painting "The Minuet J. G. L. Ferris. Jesus Christ Is ready to pardoa bulls there ssere 504 white and I'.aJ black. ordered liver. Only ono pill a iloso. it is soluble Saturday, Mack Sunday, Hlnck .Mon- all our sin, comfort all your sorrow, J-- i hearty songs have been sung, and . U-. n i n icc .i iiuniLcrs (.uuiniii .i. luuoss-in- i rcduinvj-maiir;- y .. ISaV ii a No It a mot remarkable thing." said ( mice inc Cod liver oil Is posv offered at nlnoleen day, Mack Tuesday, Mack Wednesday, scatter nil your doubts, nnd swing all enough sermons preached within the r Ji hn i4 lajkT It still Mack Thursday, as well ns Hlnck Fri- tne snining gates or neavcn wine open Smllhcrs. "but I never set foot In thnt cflotaaplutlioUln, but svo feareven atnever H it ( last six months, to save all the cities of fnur0 $trtftk cf Unit become s popuUr beverace n ,.Fr,u. i,. ...in,.,,, M...r. (l) Mr8. Amelia E. Barr'S new serial, "The Reads vocwi mil, vita March, Arrovroc. America, and saving the cities vou save day. before your redeemed spirit. Como in agieeable person Insluo." And smith-ei-- s price,. Lowell Courier. Utenfur of butts, d4 tu mori J of Tasincr " Mrv Harr is the author of that most. This nation in its extremity fell help to tlio Kfnilnm of Umll U'itli.mt a the world, for they overflow nil the economic!. cwf af U$ fist n I wondered ss by his friends laughed It It A covou, cold, on rone rnnnir ahould land, either with their religion or their less oeliire the lonl nnd cneil for pnr-do-n half second delay, come in! ' aH 'I nil1 1 trrmfthenlrc, dtlicioas, DourUkiitf, successful serial, " Friend Olivia," just completed in Tht a KILT DifiteriTD, so infernally much. X. Y. Press. not be neiflected. Unow.N's llnoscnui. and pvaee, and upon ministers and tdartrti y 1 K iff '1 Jirdwtjitnlrs.U. ptrtort In for Inn IJl infamy. Many of my hearers nre svhat Taneurs are a simple remedy, and Rive Crntury; but hereafter Mrs. Barr svill write exclusively I bccIUia u tot Hut look nt some of the startling laymen the power from on high de- tho world calls, nnd I would call .plcn-di- d In Albany, Ox, a policeman hav- prompt relief. 35 els. a box. hold lir Orurvr 'lcrjTrlirre. for The Arew York IsJStr. facts. It is nearly 1,900 years since scended. Engine houses warerooms, ing lieen refused free admission to a fellows, and they seem happy Qrpan W. BAKER & barber he ... Hass. Jesus Christ came by tho way of llcth-lehe- hotel parlors, museums, factories from enough, and nre jolly, nndoblI(rin(,' nnd theatrical performance, the chief of his bead creature., the his hands. dees all work svlth Klmtra (2) description of "The, CeorerC caravansary to savo this world, twelve to one o'clock, while the oper- If I sveru in trouble I would go to them police huminoneil his entire force and OaiMto. Disngreos with , Battle of Lake Erie," beautifully illustrated. yet the most of the world has been no atives were resting, were opened for sslth ns much confidence ns I svould to took them all into the reoonininn itmark. If jmu taUo Tntl'a Till (Jrlp of I'nnumonln may bo warded oft moro touched by this most stujumduous pniyyrs and sermons, and inquiry my father, if he svere yet alive. Hut gardless of doorkeepers. JPllla you ran eat anything joii likr, ami wiiii i!iei Honey f iiurebound and Tar latest story. "To What End? Bo bad effect a. Thar act specifically on Ilia ((3) fact of nil eternity than if on the first rooms, and Hurton's old theater on sshen they go into their rooms at night, Zitrr, stomach oml dottciIs, causing a frro The fundamental Lacking. "Do llio'a Toolbiicli llropa Curnin on. minuto. B"fBaatrloJalcv, which Is essential to Christmas night tho beasts of the stall, C'hamliers street, whero our ancestors or svhen the excitements of social nnd you think my boy will make nn artist?" 1(4) Russell Lowell's poem, "My Brook," good digestion and regular bonds. Briusut It Is that when tha ntonn loans amid tho bleating of their own young, used to nssemble to laugh nt the come- business life nre off, they nre not conhis written expressly for Tht Ltdgtr, beautifully illustrated' hnd not heard the bleating of tho lamb dies, and all up nnd down the streets, tent, and they svnnt soinethlnir better naked Mr. McWatty of tho lira ss lug aU. last quarter, ho sjats fulL Boston llrr, and out on tho docks and on the decks than this svnrld can offer. I uiulerttur.il teacher. "I fear not. He doesn't escn that wns to lo slain. Out of the by Wilson dc Meza, nnd issued as a FOUR-PAGI'iN In IheBIde nearly always comes from of ships lying at the wharf, people them w) well, I would, without nny fear seem able to drasv a conclusion." of tho human race Rlla ara li.ld In hlch repute as aijrrr Ilea;. SOUVENIR SUPPLEMENT. adlaordored liver and la promptly relieved by Yeninsine's Ncssv olator. I hardlr know how wo could cct nre without God nnd without hope in sang, "All Hall the Tower of Jesus' Curtcr'a Llttlo Liver Pills. Uou't forget this of beinjr thought rough, put tny right auonirwllhuat tliera. Chllla ami feTer 1ml o tho world, - Kthellndu-l'- n! .... l ss lint nre the three of Arabia, Name," while others cried for mercy. hand on their one shoulder mid my left the camel-drive- r Mrs. Tr. .Itilln Hnlmrse Rrrtlrh ixiineir oiilntakooneortiTQ ooms or the mis, aud follow It nlth lUtci-K why a great Mohammed, with his nine wives, hav- A of Chris hand on their other shoulder, and push small vices of mankind. I'n fcau'l Tasrc got two. cow wvira uuius a ue I pains ofqulnlne, ilUlded In three doses dur- - ing half ns many disciples ns our blesM-i- l tians on a week-daof articles giving very valuable Information to young lllnghamtou louder in Jnyno's them into the Kingdom of Ood. Hut designate them all, but I knosv that lit- cacao she's wimciur. ioeoiuuuovar returns." I Christ, arid more peoplo are worshiping Ilnll, Thllndelphln, telegraphed to Ful- I can not, l'osver from high, lay hold of tle sshippersnapper you entertain in mothers. flrsT, eaaieat to use and cheapest rimt'i chunks of paintinl wood anil carved ton street prayer meeting In New York, them! the parlor Is ono of them. Yon Iters Rcaiedy for Catarrh, By drug.-lstUc. '(b) KODCrt sUrant'S entertaining society novel, "Mrs., CURB 0HI1IS A1ID FEVEH. stono than are worshiping the living saying: "What hath God wrought?" Years ago, nt the cIoms of a religious (latett- A the Harold Stagg." ftht, Z5o. Olllee, 39 & 41 Park FUeo, N, Y. nnd etcmnl God. Meanwhile, the most and a telegram went back, saying: service in Ilrooklyn Tnliernncle, n gen- - YShat's In a Kame? Husband The srmy. niTfOXiL proceodlnsj-feedl- na; Yenowlne s Neirs. i of us who nro engaged In Christian "Two hundred souls saved nt our meet- tleman moid distinguished in appear-mic- marks nn my collars nre getting so faint ,(7) Spofford, Merloni A ship came through the work I speak for myself as well ns ing nnd with remarkable cerebral de- I eau't read them. Wife Then I svlsh You've tried Dr. Pierce's others are tolling up to our full capac- Narrows into our harbor. The captain velopment camo forsvard svith his svifo von would get another buttle of that STOCK FARM. ity of lnxly, mind nnd soul, harnessed reporting thnt himself and nil the crew and daughter, and said to mo In a most Indelible Ink. & Y. Sun. Prescription have Favorite and Par- II. f I arsoni, ImnorUr up to the Inst buckle, not able to draw had been ccnvcrtcd to God between courteous nnd elegant svny: I a t asafsIMa "Let mo Inn a ll ... you and you're disappointed. and Hrrrdtr of I frrli u i n ml more than wo aro drawing, or New Orleans nnd New York, In the troduce you to mysslfe and daughter, fron BDtl f renrh i'oich The results arc not immediIIoriM. lclTtr frj lift an ounce more than wo aro lifting, busiest mnrtR of our busiest American ssho wish miiiiu counsel in regard to reOllverij THE MARKET3. M. W. ,(8) Itrpp Mml of hor.M Whut Is tho matter? My text let out cities, where the worshipers of Mammon ligious matters," and the three sat down. I fruar ate. toftflrctfrcin. hnd lieen counting their golden After I had conversed svlth the wife nnd Dyer (author of "Great Senators") contribute' Cikciks'ati. Jan. i. aire my itwl, make tho secret. Wo all need more of the And did you expect tlie disfO a J 00 prirrs reiaocaiiif anu power from on high. Not muscular beads, man began to calculate: "What daughter. I turned to the gentleman nnd LI articles cf interest. I ft fit on ttj tfrrai, JJi C U ease of years to disappear in ixiwer, not logical power, not schnlifiu shall It profit u mini If he gain the whole said: "Perhaps you have some Interest imi.'1"11""" TUlIora alnij nrl I S3 rrnr. I arte taUloira power, not social power, not financial world nnd lose his soul." The waiters yourself In these matters?" "Xouo whatIn addition to the nbove, SPARKLING EDITORIALS 8 'J?$ Prs....-- . vjcck ? Put a pinch of time II. tl a idilrtM (,, tachol power, not brain power, but power from in restaurants after the cloning of their ever," svas the reply, polit;, yet firm. PHf EP - aaca Shippers Illustrated, Poems, Helrn Marsiiai.i. . North's chattv column Ifi FAHMM. (iron? lie. llcl "ooa t 00 Will ., mats .. .. .. . .i ana n ' 37s a 10 in every dose. , 1M r ri.OL'Il-KamYou would on high. With It wo could accomplish day's work knelt among the tables Hut liefore the meeting hud closed I sass l""?nrniMt ruu rirta. variety 01 uciiguiiui rcauing 01 interest to all members of I s roa.:::: w 0 ts morr In cne Tollcemcn his hand lifted to his forehead, and his thun without it in a whero they had served. call the milk poor because No. I ra.... the housciiold. K n t M not hundred years. And I am going to get asked consent of the Commissioner of eyes closed, and I said: "fc'ir, havo you iom mo lmneil ft The forccoinc is a samnle of the matter which rrr. ,n the cream doesn't rise in an Oats-N- o. I mliaa It if, in answer to prayer, earnest and Police to le permitted to attend relig- not changed your mind mid are you not a Itfe-74 hour ? If there's no water in sttup the most perfect National Family Journal ever offered to then God will grant It me, ious meetings. At Albany members of thoughtful tin Ibis wibjeet?" JR. mid: HAY Prime t .... 10 to till OO toenolee., l American people. Ills New Legislature ..10 00 ilu 71 it the crcm is sure to rise. fa U Wiiu unwiiithy servant. Men and women thetlie room"Yorkthe court of assembled "I nm dnee earning to this 2t 1 hr.ro I'OVISIONH-M- ms p-am- ,4l liuodliaf 15 ',. ttls 10 Sent! Ten Cents for these three numbers nnd judge forljjL kiiuvt how U pray, when you pray in of appeals at sought nnd found Christ as my fyiviour pork...:.10 75 ttll m If there's a possible cure, Dr. yourself, or send only Two Dollars for a year's subscription to .X for yourself, pny for mo, that I may be fi:I!0 o'clock in tho morning for prayer and I havo but ono desire mors, and ..I-"prlmo atearn..,.,,., e 8 aim endued with power from on high. I anil praicc. rrintcn InvlUUoi.n w.-i- I that is, l)efore I leave this houye to Join Ficrcc?s ravoritc Prescription in Prima to cfcftlo efs'rSe"rT. 8! a would rather have It than all the dia sent out to tho firemen of New York I mvsvlfe nnd daughter in maklm.' ".? is sure to effect it, if given a Ms. iJLii'i?J?z! - now, Pr dm...., 4 00 a t aa uao303 BIZ mond fields of Uolcomlu, and 4H, tho jMiylnff: "Como odi. jPalvatlouOHitViarJLraJ fcbhlon of the Christian religion, I have I wiw outc r fair trial. IHMirls of tho sea and nil the giM t.f the ixst, m tire '.r citizens' drewt, been knoss-- ns on tho wrong side loni-- 1 Fl.oun eoiu.N'a WATEft or milk. mountains. Many of tho mlghtlost in- but come! cornel" tjunrrymen knelt enough." ss mil svas it mat nan come oiiAiN-wh.a- tN: rir to Fancr.im.::::. 3 tn mm I tnucs vM You get your one dollar it Robert Bonner's Sons, Publlshsrs, ,w. mti, tellects never had n touch of it, and among thu rocks. Fishermen knelt In mB iso Wllliani St., N. Y. Cily, hliu? It So tho pimer from Corn No. t railed, new .. . r.oi$5 fi'i costs back again if it don't innnyof the less than ordinary Intel- their bnatR. Wen vers knelt umong the ilium . to Ml on high. POKK-N- ew lects have been surcharged uith St. looms. Sailors knelt among the mass ,iis) an 10 benefit or cure you. At the !irtt commuuion nfter tho dub O Si GRATEFUL-COMFORTIAnd every mini and woman on earth has Schoolmasters knelt among icatlon of our former church M'jy souls LARI Western steam.. .. ctc-ptWjkTCntOAOO. Wc wish we could give 'vou n right to nsplre to it, a right to Vrny their classes. A gentleman traveling bloixl up In nlsles nnd publicly es4 rfTTR Winter patents 4 ro S3 S 00 the for it, nnd properly persistent, will ob- snld there was a lino of No rea... poused thu ennso of Christ. At nin WU the makers' confidence. They Nn. 3 Chicago spring, SIU(s 61 H tain It, Tower from on tho level is u from Omaha to Washington City, time 400 souls; at another time another 00; and Corn No. IM n l show it by giving the money good thing, such power ns I mny give and, ho might have added, a lino of Oata No. 1..... 4SS? LABELLED 1.2 LB. TINS ONLY. our 4,500 membership svas but 11 small 4t back s you, or you may give me, by encourag from tho Atlantic to part of those who within those snered 11)1(K mesa in 73 niu Ml again, in all cases not . r. os (tM LAUU Htesm.. ing wonis anil actions. Tower from on the Tnclfic Coast, nnd from the St. Law benefited, and it'cl surprise you took upon themselves the vows of IULTIMOHK the level, when wo stand by each other rence to tho Gulf of Mexico. What turned them? rrxiun rsmiir tho Christian. 3tfl mm know how few dollars arc In nny Christian undertaking. Tower P7 n Viu to In those days, what songs, what ser- What saved them? Power from OornMlie(1 .,., !.,.... fi mi needed to keep up the refund. RELIEVES INSTANTLY. irom on the level when other pulpits mons, what turnings to God, what re- level? No. l'osver from on high. tha Oata Witv1.........., I ULYLlUJTnKKS,M Warren BL, New York. IMceUrts.1 urn in accord with ours. Timer from cital of thrilling experiences, what .., f.AItn Reflnoa AIM II m nn prodigals brought heme, what burning A Wniiiler of tlie (Irme. !0o,.L".,!d; '""'Wrtl, FaarTarros. Mild on tho level when the religion and ruilll Mess qaallty S&. ar prtr. tot ir OA.TTI.K-ri- rat Knife, 65c; Shears, 60c, Bold $1, postpaid, Climate. i kr.l r.i.ml oCron.. fJIH press forward our Christian under- tidings of souls saved, what serfdom of At Assciih, ill the Canton of Vaud, 11UUD H.rt.. si, bo.1, a. . sin as nut - Mining, TV htlidliifr Mild, gentle, soothing and bUd flttn. 1 Inch if rafting sfntjThis kail. an.tla.hhfiti.Sii, post. Vt U.I srs, Stlcpnls. takings. Hut power from en tho levels Bin emancipated, what wild rout of tho Sssitrcrliind, oiiKcptcmlterUof the pres INDIANAPOLIS. urllllll aaaarTsTilTBVrrnS is not sufficient. Tower from on high is forces of darkness, what victories for ent yenr, ss hile some s null." ,'..i, ,iii. I n .,. hiuuw, r.iui. n on healing is Dr. Sage's Catarrh 48c t ss ere r.-- r conw No. I . in.if.Mo. iLLl .VltST. what wo need to take possesklon of us. the truth! What millions on earth find removing the contents of grave from .BBBM wiimii Sll W ll II .rauaB!:BBBBir Remedy. Cures the worst Oath No. I O 4 ii uiar iiur, .. SSM Tower straight from God. .Supernatural in Heaven am now thanking God for a losv, sset portion of a cemetery, n cof. Ji'''""'Vmlt3KmWKSMWtMm LOUIBVILLE. cases permanently. No expower. Omnipotent lmtver, 4 35 a 5S 16i7, which, though the yeurof worst fin, srhlch contained tho remains of n KI.OIIH Famllv Mahirt TON SCALES n a M perimenting. It's "Old Repower. a .Vol more thun one o"t financial calamity, was tho J't'al4 of ssoman, svas found to lie full tooser-flowin- OltAIN Whsat No. t rail j H&m&BmmV&&mlmtmm of ft, .... Coins Mlied Grtilii of a thousand of tho ministers huvc It America's most glorious blessing. How svlth cilsp, curly black hair 43 OATS Mixed DIHGHAMTOH a 00 liable." Twenty-fiv- e vears of B 8 Slrsst, . Oil continuously, Not Us BtmuoTriBm N. Y. l of ten thouiand more than ouo out do you account for 1657, It spiritual tri- The coflln was of svood and lnld the un- POHK-Ma- is. OSW success. Of druggists. Christians have It nil umphs on tho heels of worldly dermost of thru, all In ono grave, As tho time. Given in Rbundance these It wns what my text calls tho soon as tho first tsvo hnd been reagraius ton rsrsa , m ihhm, Inst ten years of the nineteenth century power from on high. moved, the workmen noticed that tha pjBO'S ItBMKU ron CATAnmr-Be- tt, cure KAll(lt to VSi thirty-thre- e uum uccuinpiisn more lor Hod and tlie years ago, nnd clay on the lid of the under coffin, as Thnt was Chpanai It. IUI1.I Is immeaisie, is certain. a church nnd tho world than the prevloua though them have been In various parts well ns the cracks in the lid and sides, uom in me Head It has no equal. COMBINATION TtiH ninety yenrs of tl century. of tho land many stirrings of the Holy svas matted svlth hair svhlch seemed to (V. 8. RTAXniBH) Neuralgia. Rheumatism. A fesv men and women in enrh II In J waadeHncenrfl. TtnrViUi 'all No wels-ht- s to be LOST or UTOLSW, aire of Ohost, there hns liccn no general nsvnk i lie pushing out through the cracks. On la oam rftioiuir. ,v Wti ........ ,1, .... !... ..... uie svoriu nose possessed It, Cnrollno I ..nf.w 6-TI.IIIIIK, Tl...... tl ..,. i . It. In . UU lilil!. V removing the lid n most reinnrkablo l'rrpi,tui roar iart of tbsloU rn afPiu,tK,n to I'fii, rsiK, ifin I'ry, the Immortal quakeriss. had it. ought to have and mny hnve the beenes sight met their gate: Thero svas the N, Otrden, Jllch, risgerstown.Hd., SSI llljnu ointment, of which n smnll partlclo H spnlHod to tlio aiT A. Iultt. Kfl tMUi At, tw York. For Ootaloiruo aud full Information, ad May 17, 189a nostrils. l'rtcv,coi'. KnMbs'ilruri'lstsiirarntlir.ni-l- l nnd three hundred of the de prnve d nnd of power In IWT, eclipsed by the wenes whole figure of the corpse, cxhlblthi" April 21, ISM. dress WEEKS' SCALE WORKS, BUFFALO, N. 1. ililrt'ss, K.V. )Uzsi.TtM3, arrcn, Vn of A half bottle "I, and otbera ofrny Miircriiuror jsi'irgutpiiMm under her of jHisver In IfcOl? Tho clrcuinstuuces the i'yes, mouth, enrs and every part aarx Hits liriiiw,wpim Patents-Pensions-CIaiTour In va luabto family, bare used Et. exhortation repented ai.d belles-cd-. every siuari' Inch of the Ixidy lielng ure Niniesvhnt similar. 5) AtnOXATIO, rnedlclne, fct. Jacola rORTABU IT la rani a n,i 1 1. Jacobs Oil for aSTATIOVARr. Ji'iinthan Kdwiiids hud It, and NorthOH. cured roe of aUlvlSSI'- llllllCN'a Clllf.llllKM. While sso have not hnd national panic covered sslth thu long, curly hair. V. IE.ilIOlv''.k,liiitloii, II. V, aaaai at tf fi SS IT If BEND TOH INVENTOKS' OUIDK. ' auccnaafull, PRO9B0UTCI1 OLAIMI. and rlieu. and found It ,f y.sif mitm .4 imiimIi PATRICK OTA!lfiELLwrnXU.ircr: ampton ineetlng-hot.sw,si.0.tiiW.jfica fesv minutes, (ho nrd universal prostration i in 18.V7, posed to tho ulr for heard the . I. IS, V. d. 1. ... tatsTrisslpalEisinlRtt U, B. Psnstoa Dur.su. inatlo swclllnr cftlio s speedy, efltctlTS UMi Sf.t , ia.ll k.llili religious emotbin as he spake thero has been it f.tilngcncy in the money contents of tho cnllln bcrninc a shape Iir.lIn l..l war It .iljuJIestlna nl.lin., all linn. aaaasll ISIIIUW or OATALOOU1S WXMM. knee. Itiatbe hcatla trxixt iuu rina ii.m iu. ISMI St,pIM u KM,. I cure." the universe." of rlghteoitsnecf and Juilgi.iuitilo cuiiu-- . iicrkc thnt hns put inuny famine less nuisH of Imiiv mi huud nnd thr r4 arSiatTuit rsra.., um IH .rw. A.N.K-- E. 1020"" ill). la Is l.r.arT Itni A..H.. Mas. Aa.iuKsUiT. trial uli.erlhera'aTlla Snimirl Ilmlgelt, HfJUTrn a rear. T V. WITNES, IfuiUfutl, K U. U IVRTIR. J. 4 ( HUH I tU Asur.r.ll.f.afi.naClVMK. the llnnfiin iner- - Ol tJiji wife ,'ieat loe of the light font only retal-- i I'llllll to the FMd. S. n.B.vl.l. Bid... lllt..4l.W.a AftTUHJIA s.nl siMpia rira.ua, triiKN ssinia inItAiivKui'iaeKM fiju.s rtuiltturar(at,,,iMMlM. ir ttruTNai.tiDisi.rooi uagmu,. svitni.iilcii SKIHKHT A CO., IIII.I.NHOMO, OISIO. auia thai a saw a A4,MaU.ast its Shis coiiimurcl;,( J.ai-- f Jiant, lirnl It, uud his hiiiTfiiitloiia end, inlcrctU liiij their khape.-- SL Louis ;!ciuVllo. all ivnialM. JT HAS NO EQUAL. iiu, I'aiastr, Mass. sraa awatas li Nfa Rheumatism TALMAGE'S SERMON. - 1 ',ru-Sale- m Hood's Sarsaparilla John Newton showered the world. hnillt, Hishop I.ntlmerhndlt, Isabella Grnhnm hud it. Andrew Fuller had it. The great evangelists, Dr. linker nnd Dr. Nettleton and Truman Oslorn and Charles G. Finney had it. In m lKiyhood I saw Truman Oslnirn rise to preach in tho village church e N. J., and nt Somervlllo, he had given out his text or uttered a word, peoplo In the audience sobbed aloud with religious emotion. It wns the power from on high. All In greater or less degree may have It, Once get it nnd nothing can stand licforo you. Satan goes down. Caricature goes down. Infidelity giH-- down. Worldllness goes lc-fors India-rubbe- Nothing Else Will Do It. lllas-tratlo- jHir-tals- ot m o cvcr-wldciili- i. n "German Syrup " rcit-Th- lc-fo- re 111. l.r. aMrsrtaSj iim On ISTot CURE BHioumest, Headache, Malaria. BILE BEANS. YH0LLIIVL. I Air For One Dollar New-Yor- k a; s !; !; WATERPROOF COLLAR CUFF 1 a to Split! Ntotto llooloirt TRADE Some Children Too Fast EUuloiD Mark. Day Growing pro-ve- Jilt-ler- s, WATERPROOF bar-roo- - SCOTT'S EMULSION :2The Great Writers of the ls-c- n p-- a. Com-I'an- peo-slo- "X Wee YYeeUs .! bt-cai- MM 1 bajuju cos Chemicals s "by g 11 i j r. . to-da- "It Mo" fi-- L. Hn. tJancrort'S onem-liousc- Don't Fear Now. Margaret de.and'S James - : l.soo,-000,0- K ...... mass-meetin- g Tutt's Liver Pills . ISLAND HOME e, Harriet Proscott Hariand Marquise Lanza, Maurice ueorge rreaeric inompson, -- James Parton, Hazeltlneaj oHl fr. llf. wk oiuiN-wnsAT-- No. m.J Mo flilf T0IiACC0-Mtidlim- ltai I .i.":siiltsy,-,lire.lllLlin'iii- ti wiii-tiie- !.. The New York Ledger, c coc NG. EPP Oata-Mt- aad ham-im.ck- s. prnyer-mcet-in- OnAIN-Wheat-- prayer-meeting- NFORMATiOpoi ........ ra... .,... OHAIN-Wheat-- No. WlililM & I .BBBBBBI 3 ewaeXxxCuif J nec-uh- in l aw- tdB&'Bv grave-digger- ORAIN-Wheat-- No. 11 sMifa?-JIa1Sfc'?- $60 EMORY LSUISRSSm weeks' ON neu-ralf- Scales $60.00. ,.n ms. u out-bnrst- u-- 11 m tli:.NnS laViSJf; no runn rMa l"'astj . s.1 mmmsa vkmVSrsWm