You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
The Hickman courier The Hickman courier 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1891 hic1891013001 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hickman courier The Hickman courier Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1891 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. l&rptJ THE HICKMAN COURIER. PnUlthrt EviryFrHiyfcy GEORGE WARREN Hiokmnn, Kentucky. Office-Jack- son THE HICKMAN COURIER. THE OLDIST NEWSPAPER IN WESTERN KENTUCKY. PINE JOB FEINTING ICXICCUTH-WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH. BALE BILLS, Btreet, Beit door to City HalL ENVELOPES, LETTER HEADS, BILL. HEADS, GEORGE WAWBEN. Editor. IMcoof Subscription, $150 CURRENT TOPICS. Cutting A Nnw YonK clothing sign .fc Co. O.sr. of the Sioux warrior I I FJSTABLISHKU 1850. What On ters. SBATj POAOHINO, of tho AulliiirliMl seal Ils.lo y About IlelirlngScn Hua-te- JIICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, JANUARY A SEVERE STORM INDIAN COUNCILORS. Grnrriil Jlllf.'felerllon for Hie lVnhlnf iwry-fliRST 30, 1891. VOL. XXV. -- 1 INVITATIONS, ETC., ETC. 15 CAUL AND SEE ITS. crclso of arbitrary power by Bubordl-nates- , and the latter would prevent tho degradation of local election by central despotism. Tho bayonet would still bo over every ballot for Congressman, but It banoful gleaming would not affront tho eyes of voter for mcm bcrsofHtalo Legislature or officers o commonwealths, municipalities or townships. No modification has been proposed, nor can any 1ms offered, that will render mind. tho bill tolerable to liberty-lovinTlio fraud nnd forco election bill, whether modified by tho silver Senator, with tho bayonet hooded by Hoar, or with them unvnilcd by Quay, is radically and essentially vicious nnd treasonous. Under any circumstance it would be tho duty of member of Congress to fight such u proposition to tho bitter end. Tho general dnty of faithful Senators is emphasized nnd enforced by tho special circumstance of tho time. Tho people oi the Unltca Btnic navopanscu upon tho issuo of tho fraud and forco election bill, and by an nnprcceilcntert majority they havo onlered Congress g congress; NOT TAXABLE. PERSrWERIN, Vfai S arm i taf Taylor, named rt Mat- lWr.nK were S1.RW1 deaths In Chicago last year, SOD being suicide. Qukkn Victohia U assisted by Ave nmid when she makes her toilet. Turn nro about 55,000 tencher In tlio public schools of Pennsylvania. Kiiu'it, tlio Prussian gunmnkcr, ha "lig Turkey." At present nlno American wmnrn are mntrlmontntl y engaged to titled foreign ers. 1409. ii nuniinl Income) of niotit 91,500,000. Paw l'nw, Mich., ha n receipt for a tax paid l his ancestry In A iirsmr.ST of Eajrnrss Auoi'STA will accompany Hrapfmr William and lilt wife to England. sal they kill Wihtk onions, eaten raw, nro more 111 for every and more recommended o a euro for nnd supply tho Inhabitants of their leased island .with medic'd Insomnia. attendance, Waum.rUpi music ha tm barred habitants nrofuel nnd axbovl. Tho In Indians fntn Atossa. In out of the Metropolitan Theater, New number four lumdrcd, pni but or tho. world In at Illownwood, Tex., which contains 11,000. tree. Oiiida perfumes her hair with bluff that cost 830 an ounce. There arc wme admiring In lelng bnhL Mil. TiirommK CAI.r and fnmlly ham petitioned to the Kansas Lrgislatursi to have their name changed. Acfonntxii to the ccusu report there, am only 0,000 mcmWr of the Salvation Army In the I'nlted Slat. Mns. Lklami Hta ronu has given no less than ,YJ,K0 to Uin Kindergarten Assoclat'on of Han Francisco. Tur conaUtutlon of the new State of Washington limits tlio session of the Legislature to sixty con.ecutlT dsys- Tiik Into General Hplnner met hit death from a cancer caused by an abrasion on tlio not producel by eye-glaaa-c. Tho Kuropenn edition of tlio Herald publishes an Interview, nt f nmie with llcrmnn UcIk-hoi- i the llelirlii)' Sea con Ho IroTcrsy. approtes .Secretary Illnlno's course. Ho nsM-rtthat tho teals aro licinjr hunted to death, and will In exterminated unless prompt measures ii ro taken. will then luffer also, ns flro thousand p rsons in London IWo by tho klns. Tho Kiachers wltli whom Kn glnnd sides aro not Knfrllah, The rrcwi of tho Canadian seah-rare Amorican seaman. Last year flfty-onwere ciifjoKvd in poiichlni, Next Mn, If Kujfland jflvcs her protection, 150 ships will Iks In Ui Imslness. 'I hi means destruction to Uio seals. L lobes, Mills, and TotIs pay the Government s Kni-lMi- d f s o firm Is wllllntr to aMslii (ronrkllllnf seals for flro or six years to VWo the animals a chnnce, provided oyiert nro M are forbldtien also. Tho reason extennlnaUil Is that those killed nro mostlr females with yomij? Out of llflylhrco thousand skins brought to London this season by (teach- 1Wn.wnuU ers, per cent. belonRHo fo Llcbcs docs not bellevo there Ii any danger of war in tho matter, which is too small for Knglaud to light about Vlitorinti vesThis season Uilrtj-nlnsels kllletl over forty thouanit seals, whllo fourteen Ainerirnn shlrn killed lie holds tinder fourteen thousand that America's rights in this sea as those of itnssla wore never As Kussla shouts all poachers caught on her sldo of the sea there Is no poaching tliero. ninety-nin- e males. o ces of Melnlngrn, liaa developed a latent for literature that U regarded a re- KAtsrn Wiuirlm' slater, the Prin- markable. ll.iooKi.TX lis a crank who creep up Whl ml young glrli in tlio street and snips off porllout of their trcstc with One of Uio industries of London In tlio selling of hen water, which do lirered at the purchaftcr house, fuf two pence, a gallon. 1 are In their efforts In this direction. EventftouUi America. ually n rescuing party succeed In Tits lat report of tho Illinois super- entering the mines and reaching the intendent of education brings out tho entombed men, After considerable lafact that there arc still In IhatSlatei 114 bor and danger tho rescuers brought log school houses. to Uio surface tho bodies of twenty Tint United State Treasury now eight of the miners who hud Wnn killholds In gold and silver in coins of all ed. They oImi rescued nincty-oa- c men denominations and bullion, the hand-soin- mho were In nn unconscious condition. sum of SOU, 77 0,827. These lnlter were nil badly burned nnd Two Portuguese pugilist rcceutly en bruised, and twenty of them subsc gngeil In a prixo fight of 1,187 rounds. ' fluently suecumlel ti their Injuries. J It Is said the explosion wa ctU-- l by n Tfcay fsnght s:s hesn sl dsy, nun Hghtl::;-- : cigarette nt noon to rat and smoke. Tiik statue of Henry Hergh.ln bronte, MINING is to be erected nt Iho center of n hugo Bmnlte drinking basin fur boix-- a lu Two llnn.lrr-- l Sllltrt In tb. Vet Jlnw.l. Milwaukee, at n cost of 113,000. of (he :srth. (lovr.nxon Ilrssru of Massaehu-setts- , of a coul mine, three The Milcrllcd to his th of office miles from Kvauston, Wyo., buniel u Ith his left hand, n fact that Is Wing 'Ihun-tla- y nflernoon. It was a dry m idely commented upon In Uiat State. wooden structure and was consumed rnr.nr.nif-- L. Atrs, at fAOOO.OOO, U rapidly. This destroyed tho means of reckoned the richest man In lloaton, suppl-mfresh air to the 200 men Ames, son working beneath the surface nnd hts cnuslu, Th w as In n panic at once The mlno 510,000, Oakes Ames, is north of camp 000. lamps were. cxUngtiUhed nnd tho men A KtrKDUH engineer has Invented a scrambled for nn opening. Nearly all well nigh exhausted on nuiehlne for making horseshoe nails out were With to light. nir of iron rod. It makes 140 stroke per coming minute, each stroke producing two shut off from olovo, the limited supply In the shaft, and rooms was nails. soon used up and all began to smother. A i irri.e flock of sparrows come regularly thn-- e limes n day tc tho window Dozens u ro prostrated. Tho null f tljo of n young lady of llrlstol, l'a , to re- frantic men wns something awfuL Unceive the crumbs, which she spread for til well in tho main entrance and only exit they grew weaker nt each step, them. It 1 thought nil .Mm. KurAiiKTi! Toon, who died re- gasping for breath. o escaped. Tho wives and children of tha cently In New York, loft ?J5,000 in leiupsls, of whloh over fCOO.OOO miners were frantic. Tho mine which goes to eilucatlonal and charitable Insti- wns operated by tho Centrnl l'aclflti will W. clo&cd for some time. tutions. Sixteen Republic o -'nji e K g al-isno-elfl- and Tnrne arc twenty-five twenty-si- x monarchies civil-tied world Republics in tho Mm smt Woond. Koms of Wlwra Will III. if Thflr InJnriM. Further details havo been roeclteil of the terrible colliery explosion which liuppeoed on Wcdncalay at Juiorka deot, near Charkor, llusslo. Tlio explosion caused a flro to break cut in three pits. Tho owner and managers of tho lollies tried to descend into tho burning pits, but the fumes of the gas were so heavy and overjowcr.ng that they wero compelled to dclt In it FATAL. II Kills rotly-KlflvenlT-On- -, OIOARETTE. Castor TUnibroufh His Maine. Httnbrongh was electeil U S. Senator from North DakoSh l nlmvn medium ta to succeed l'icrce, on the seventeenth frt'nlly bright, wlthdark hair nnd eyes nnd n ballot. Tho Democratic oto went to fresh complexion. Kho Is noted for her Hansbrough. Tho wnr en l'lerco was charities nnd for her skill In piano play- owing to the manner in which ho dising. tributed patronise. Tiik Tcnerablo Trench author, Jules No American Pork for atrmani. his 8linf.li, docs the jjreater part of Friday a In tho German ltclch-ta- g writing whllo In lted. He lies flat on Ills bnek and writes on n tablet of piiicr motion wns mndi! to rceal tho prohibition of. tho Importation of American held above him. IVkpitu thUcstraordl nary position his chtrogrnphy Is a mar- pork. Affcr some discussion tho motion won put to a vote, nnd wo defeated vel of neatness. by 183 to 103. lti.ANKt.TR ore loaned to tho poor dur inir tha I)U--r inonths, free of cost, by Heir to a Thron- - DotO. a hludhciirU'd cltiren in llrunswlck, Trinte Ilaiidouln, nephew of King (lermany. They nro stamjied, to pro-ve- Leopold nnd heir to HiS" fUSTine of Del them from tielnc raid or pawned, glum. Is deud. Ha died In llrussels nt 8 and they nre returned nt Uio eloso of o'clock Friday morning. '1 ho cnuso of the cold Weuther. his death U alleged to have been nn atTub most precious bit of dog flesh tack of bronchitis. Is g outside of a coursluff grnyhound Chinese Driven Out. to qnit nnglnnd for America. Tho All tho Chinese ltttimlr-- . men und lanoble animal is tho Kt Ilcmard, Sir Ilelvldcre, sold by T. II. Oreen to K. II. borers havo been drh en f i out tho tow m fienrs, of lloston, for W.500. This dog of Western, Athena nnd Adams, Oregon, by a inob. linsn't asyet loft a prlrc unlakcn. At n gormnii in lloston tho other Bank Wrecker Doiel. evening partners were allotted by In tho United States DiMrlct Court,ot which furmeans of n nished the names of tho women printed Albany, N. Y., before Juil' Cox, James Faulkner, a brother of tha on it dainty roll of chocolate. lute General Lester II. Faulkner, Moiiiiici. Mackkhzik objects to Sin charged with wrecking tho Dausvillo luige hospitals on tho ground that tho Dank, pleaded guilty to making ft false IkxI-le- s dded virulence of germs from tho report to tho Comptroller of Currency, of many patients In as dangerous ns and w ok sentenced to the Albany tlmt of those emcnatlng from doud bodfor tho years ut hard labor ies. K. Klivood, of Mount Morris, Mich., Ceniui Enumerator Acquitted. pleased he would die nine years henco. At St Paul, tho jury In tho case of J, He was so sure of it that ho had his tombstone ercotcd and dated 1699. Ills 0. Vermis, tho census enumerator who prophctlo vision was at fault, as ho has wns charged with making fnlso returns, brought In a verdict of not gnlHy. just died. go-InI'rl-da1'rnl-tontlnr- y living rhtldrrn, nono of whom am married and all of whom ore st home. There are eleven pairs of twins In tha family. Tim public; or that portion of it which Wlleves in Wiggins, vt ill be at his assertion that no mora earthquakes need lo looked for until about the 17th of AuguM, 1004. AitcimtiniKSs Maiua Dorothea Is oho of the lenutles of tho Austrian lm A rAnuKii twrnly-si- x in Holt Counly, M., ho Railway Wreck to Oeortla, An mitcnltig- pasicager train on the of lleortHa ran Into n Central rnllrt-rt- d switch vnirlno on nn oiieu switch near KU Mcl'hersou, tla. l.ngineer Water- -' house, rininan Wright and Conductor Knnts wero badly brulKtl. Several passengers wero hurt; none seriously. - It costs tho Government 5M.0,000 n yenr to print tho Congrcssionul Heeord. Tiik contract 1ms been signed for the erection of a building for hygienic Instruction, ns on annex to the University of rcnnsylvunlii, to cost SMJ.OOO, tho entire expense of which will be homo by Henry C. Lea, and will be tho first structure of tha kind In America, O.nk of the largest hop In America, if not in fact tho largest lu tho world, wnsrenred by U Junction City (Kan.) man. The, length was 8 feet nnd 9 Inches', girth of neck, OK feott tflrth of center of body, U feet; width across tjie Ups, 80 Inches; wplght, j.BS'i rjouudj. Bmufgled Opium. During tho trial of an oplim smuggler Collector of Customs llnidshiiw, of tho l'uget Sound District, testified thut during IiIh cntlra term not a single can of prepiin'd opium had Is en entered for duty. This shows to what 'cnt smuggling Is curried on, Valuable Bon Vtti. dlspntoh from Jlonu'llsvlllo, N. i saya that tho young stallion Certulnty, owned at the Kmplro City stock farm, at Culm, Is dead. Ho was owned by William iimpsou, of New York City, md was tnlued. n ,o,OCM. A MfCOIHl Krlon, rsnil Tarty. In 1're.eut THelf too Junkrt-Clilr- ra olUtlo tori Proporty In Kontuoky Exomptod Mr. Dawci Orlevanrei to tlio I're.lilent. Jan. Association of rtro- Tlio nigh Ti By tho Now Constitution. K)V Kuotorn Btafoo, General Miles has selected Uio follow rremtil( s petition, signed by three ex ltinA. . n nnt ITWlllOlBV rfaicld ono of Its ncrl- i Ing named chief to go to Washington: ernon Miiarbueetle and many oilier dl. llng'Jfbci fi Mn, 0f ,nat fjU,0 ,n,i Pf $n Eastern city the odlcal Iovc-fcttChurchc, Parsonages, ruliliaf.llirarle-.an- d Which I'lsrs Hsvnc Willi TclKrli and Young Man Afruld of Ills Horses, Aincr day,- - and'. fUnj that General IJ,nV majr bo ifcd lo pusli tuo other ecliiKil. rrom M lilch Nu Profit I Desired, leun Horse. Fire Thunder nnd Hump, Otlirr hlrrlrlo Wire t tho retlrM llfct of the nnnj. "jxily tariff taxes crusade to male! ((riming Crops and l'ersonal PropMr AUrlch made of Uic frlcndlles, ond Little Wound, Dig tno try. Conspicuous antffort tobrlnir up erty li it Certain Amount. perpetual in Tlic eastern port of Pennsylvania wn Itond, Ho Dog, Two Strike, High HowK the cluiora rule leiolul.on. bat wee held oil br wm Hon. Hubert among tlie Dnrcriiiie on tbe election MM The visited by a severe snow-storSatur- nml High Pipe, of tho hostile. neirtj lit (,our tnllc adjournment, wbrn until passed Constitutional Convention on tbeof IStb. Protection ha devoted all Mr. ot s few amendments to Section 1 tlie day and Monday morning. Passenger! Some surprise in expressed over Oerroi(torled him Iho lloor for thai purpoe. llevenueand Taiatlou report, when tbe dis tha resource Wpent lifo and of a from Philadelphia report that tho storm tho selection, u It Was thought Hint lojst-o- -e exelilng teeneeot covery that no quorum wsa present was mads perverted arl otllioniott to tho task of was very severe there, great hnvoo be- Ked Cloud would certainly go, nnd thli took place la the ilnli early thle nnd proceedings came to s standstill. proving that fan remain great, thought tbo becllon two, which wot abandoned Monday ing done to the telegraph and telephono Short Hull and Kicking Hear havo been srtnoii. Atone time It netblows 4ly,by submitting cralfri acro.s tbe afternoon owing to "no quorum," was again rich and pi w Ires, and telegraphic communication among the most prominent hostile. BtsleUlTUln g would como to Ud and giguntle cheerfully ijjo the political partlot, and tbo pow-e- r taken up on the tOthr numerous amendments is practically misnendcd. Tlio Western General Miles takes with him to CffUif rrcat In addition to those acted upon la the Commit' svuuvrj. mice bad to bo Invoked to Union wires nt Hurrlsburg, Pa., aro Chicago The troublo wa.oier tho who will tee of the Whole being offered and voted upon. forty Indians, iing blow which In viol of Ike Journal. Afier tho eicltement In The educational amendment, exempting eduworking westward, but Philadelphia, go to Washington later on under tb nd of 0uh caute by the action of Mill, of Tex cational Institutions not used or employed for the producer, Heading nnd Washington are shut ont, the care of tho War Department. , InUMeiLssd the Journal bad bocn this High Tariff private or corporate gain, and whoso Income Is tho United whllo JJow York General Ilalltmore and Mile desires that they 141 lo 10 tbo Houie went solely devoted to the cause of education, wa rotccted raonop- Association ot nro being reached by n long and should go to tho Capital under tho JnU contilttee nf the whole on the adopted, getting s largo majority. Yeaa.7t oust in Noti it would bo In pittnrt appropriation bill No cUonwsts naya, 10. route. postal guldo of ft mlllUry officer. General circuitous Tho exact diagram of structlve to "odlnff 'lobilo the commllteo srot Colonel Young alto ancceeded In getting has no communication at Mile nnd staff left for Chlcogo vla. and JW Ikiuae oJouni-- J, of campaign 'through bit amendment, exempting Ubrarles, tho protection breaks have been found to a point Hushvllle, ut noon, leaving Colonel w Rtsqro!f, Jan. ii Qiullal election St HitxATi. Ffllbniter the Income of which were absorbed entirely la. from how nn njf isftlei werq cmplorcd on Iheeonrctlonof few "miles uutsldo of Hnrrisburg. It Kchaftcr In command nt tho Agency, their own maintenance; yea M, naya SO. lsKf hat theyla ISM. will tnhe a month to repair all the tele- General Miles left order for tho Ninth " 5,B ' "gsrdto Iho action ot tho tloaurs Governor nsoksef t ameadirent; reqnlris .jWb tho MoTueaday evening The matter the different rommunttloa of the State to odd 'wastwero waphone wire. It Is feared the high kn Cavalry to procod to I'U Niobrara after KlaWT tarijm' jbt being ifli. In Urn Suwinrhanna will causo tho doparture of tho llrulo Sioux for tho wst iWati ' all dayand V tnldnlsM the Bam lo their assessment the amount of property - thoresijThly ters er mimI not to enact any such measure. 'Every e jamsa-toeretft, which sl Irrea up tnea a tswaaBBrovea. wliu Un wrwfriLW dHHittjsXftl.GwUto-folEt- s badly. altuntcd Itotvbud Agency. They slll bo mimm ri- - i)oiuWIWlat4-i- a s. tMtf,fStS. fssMatosi, failure, to airiilii tnr ttim MllTn-t Aa aindmeiftlbi exempt ifriifu n flood. Tho storm which set lu companion by a ueiacumcni or somicrs, f leitslbrtlie JonrnsL nut were prevented from for .t" t vij'. "Aim Hii'm opposo IT fry any nvaUSBW r aewwJJfTa vy ini ruling or me apeasor, arty wsa rejected; yeas tx nnd naya Si. nt 1 o'clock Saturday night, and con- nji will nlso tho Indian going to Uio' rasKing enrtd ..bll'their pur- disobedience of Uie supremo order of an phnsls that Tho next section wai that providing for It ws re tinued until noon Sunday In New Chcyrnno Hirer Agency. The worV of support'4 uy the I t ro untnriV to such debate on the District bill nt" snuuat tax sufficient lo defray lh eatimatcJ pose not to solved Is American people. York, wus tho severest of Uio season disarming tho Indian is to ba contin- p. m.. btcloieDemocrat prevented tha taking txptnsca of tho State Government, aud alto conscicncclfs ril)ery. Do ftp tariff tho sovereign duty of Democratic It I the Senthus far. About six Inches of snow ued. The Sixth Cat airy, nfter con- of svotiby leaving the Home, and breakings containing the clause whteli would cause banks barons expect tt ois;inco theso hVUUonn especially tho and all corporato property to be faxed upon of voters in tho s'hc.t sjpaco of le-- than ators to leave nothing undone that honfell, nnd It win of tho wet, clinging ducting tho Indian to Itoscbud and It wns VASfiOTO!f. Jan. After aome the tame basis at other property. est men can do: to omit no honontblo kind that fastened Itself to every thing Cheyenne Illvcr Agencies, to proceed dllatorf lactlca tbe rloture rule was taken up adopted a It came from tbe committee of tbe twenty-twmonths that they rovcrsal of prevent It touched, loading trees until they to PL Niobrara, nnd nt the expiration for debe by s voUi of t to SJ. btewaru Teller. whole. arrant fool ot themselves on thOth device to voto. calamitous tho people's were shorn of their branches, or fell of Uilrty days, if every thing remain Jonee ?nd Wolcott (Krpubllcon.) voting with Sections four and Ore were slao adopted as of November? Wero opposition hopeless, relaxation prostrated with their trunks snapped ns quiet, tho First Cavalry Is to return to tb mnocrsit. me achate continued dnrlng amended In the Whole Committee. Popular enthusiasm I fickle, but on tho part of tho opponent might bo the convention on the though they had been mere twigs, nnd California, and, at the end of sixty days, the day Mr. McMIUIn (Tenn ) took tbe Boot ot Inthe report on revenue 31st several section will of Uio American pcoplo Is not Hotfns. and taxation were opposition is not hopc- clinging- to tho elcitrlc w ires until they Major Henry s command Is to go to I U lor th purpose ot Impearhlng the rating of the finally disposed of. lightly formed nor no lightly set aside excused. Hut flirt nnont a A.a Tl.rtllfrtr, gavo way under the prcssuro nnd broko Koblnson. Bpeat-- r ycttenlay declaring dilatory hit (Mr. The Brit section provide! that tho fiscal year There Is not a precedent In tho whole March. I7n- -' McMIUn's) motion that the resolution reported In nil directions, or until the poles on shall begin July 1 of each year. Section tto of American history U encourage tho snds with tho third day of suffrago bo taxwhich Uiey were strung fell, crushed by INDIANS ATTACK A RANCH. by tat lluleatoCorcmltloe be rrrommlttrd. with provides that there shall be exempt from par- monopoly-protectio'propagandists in lies tho rcvoluUon in tho time, it can instrn'tloni reports retolutlon providing 'or ation actual places of religious worship, fccoraplished before that tha Immense weight. people, ikvcr tho hope that this American sonages and houses of priests, growing crop Titer Fire I'pon Hie flmirlimeii, hut lloNo too raiding oi me Ditinct or Colombia bo effected, and tho safety of bill and letting apr.rt two dayi and personal property to the amount of I "0. when it assembles, at tho poll in rutne-ml- o llierstlon nmue or Them In llrturn elections will bo forevcrmoro tor Hi consideration. Mr. Springer (111.), The list also Includes publlo libraries and 1893 decision A STRANGE 6TOHY. Wounilr. or Killed. will reverse the assured. It Is thcrcforo incumbent on Mr. 'J Und (Ma) and Mr. Ilnloo (Tenn.) schools from which no profit Is desired. in 1890. thslDcmocratio Senators to obstruct tho An arrival from Lower Spring Creek alio Ilol.i-r- t Hay llsiiilllim H.l.l In Tie Still of an It rendered at the polls in aupport of the potltlon In cities are allowed Monday brings tho news of an attack taken iioVe McMIUIn. The Speaker mado a Churches free ef tax, and churches In the The almost unbroken precedent is that prepress by Mr. aero of land iltiionr Dip Utlnff. of the fraud and forco election party of Indians upon tho etsterontof hit potltlon. The debate, he aald. country are allowod two acres. Section I au- the principles and the policies which blllby every means permitted by parThe startling rumor hxi been brought modo by upon the to Lewlston Idaho, by n ranchman ranch of Noah Newbonks, shortly after while lomlnallyueen upon npprornl of the jour thorizes tbo Legislature to levy an annual tax carry, by a decisive sweep, in the mid- liamentary law. Tho rules of tho Sencerto cover the estimated which shall sundown Saturday night. New banks, nal, naireaiij Tho Journal mo propriety of by a expenses of be suOc'ent They shall be levied term Congressional election prevail ate navo not been altered. Gag law named Sanford that Itobcrt Ray Hamilwa npproted tain rtllnga. the State. ton, who was reported to have lieeii hla family- and thro men who ar In KtlsgistC The Dlltrlct cf '""In-ngeneral laws, and applied to also In the Presidential elections two does hot prevail, and tho privileges of Appro. and collected by o)xwly know this better a ficdjlllHrattvo body mast be exertyears later. drow tied in the Snnke river while hunt his employ hod just finished their sup prlatlot bill waa thn paned without further puDlle purposes only. tbe Section 4 provides that all property ehall be than tho wealthy and successful manu Ing last June, Is still alive and enjoying per, nnd were sentca in tue room dis dlf9eulty, and(Mr llouto went Into committee ed to the utmost to prevent revolution. eholo of Michigan, In the taxed at ita fair cash value, estimated st a who havo resolved to put pood health. .Snitford said ho learned cussing tho affairs of tho day, when, of the i the naval Kurrowi, N. "(. Stan chair) appropriation bill, ceneral price It would bring at a fair voluntary sale, facturers without a moment's warning, a crash debate forth their best "efforts for Uio pcr- this from men Vlm worked en tho to frur hours. Mr. Hen and provide", further, that If the person authorFREEDOM AND FORCE. pelully.of th McKizucy Ideas of wra-tloing of glass was heard, followed telle explained the bill, ami witnoul lUtpoaing ized lo b..v.-cU Hamllton-Sargean- t firtis-.V.C- 'i 4 ranch. From the.o fv""' of error In The Iifamons Attempt to Xliwaci. .!, remarks ho gleaned that there was by tho report of a rllle. Secur- ed.It thlI committee rote and tbe lioute adiourn. any gross or willfulbe deemed the performance guilty ot misof hie duty, be shall As there is no hope of obtaining a rc- 1VII1 of the People. a cloud upon Hamilton's life, ami ing their arms New banks nnd his men WAfllXGTOf, Jan. Sst ate. Only feasance, and, upon conviction, snail forfeit hit ersal of tho popular verdict by tho or ho wanted It to appear to the world rushed out of doors, only to meet a volLast spring when tho McKinloy bill tblrtyjelgbt Ef natora rrapondeil, but at II 10 office nnd be otbcrw to punished, at may bo dinary engine of .political discussion, was beforo Uio IIouso It wo tho conley from a party of Indians, who had i no rrquune cumiier in make quorum provided by law. that he wa dead. Tho corpse of a 5 provides tho taking or receiving by taken position alnrnt one hundred and (fortyflte) had appeared, tbe last being Mr. Al their principal trust must bo in tho stant cry ot tho high-taorgans that maji who very much resembled Hamilyards from the house. Fortunately drtchlsndbuiinett wa proceeded with Mr. any officer of any Interest, profit or perqultltes favorite Republican arguments of tho duty ot tho Republicans in Congress ton was secured and placed in tho river fifty ot publlo fundi arising whites were injured. They Cocknll thereupon returned tbe Boor in order bands, from the loanbe raised throughIn hit brilicry, forco and iraud. They will was to pass it at once, and thus redeem whero It was found, nnd tho Informa- none of the nu argument acatnit tbe cloture to his or moneys to a cheerfully in tho promises mado to tho pcoplo by tho tion givsn out that ho was dead. Tho immediately returned the fire, and tho retolatlon. The measure wai discussed pro agency, ehall be guilty of a felony, and punished submit to tho 1888. 1693 did tho condiby law, a part of lalrcni sjld Kvernl prominent pcoplo Indians retreated across kept Cheypnne. anuonuniua p. m. wbrn Mr. AUriebaikeJ oa maybe prciortbcd hit disqualification which tionsas theynt allinfavorableIf to success convention of monopolists who placed from up at tho unakknoua content for a vote. Tbe Democrats punishment thill be seem Mr. Harrison In nomination. Said tho were lu the secret that Hamilton was A vigilant lookbut w as objer.ed and the Sonato recessed until Satur office. they will ladle out their dollars to cor- Chicago Journal: "Tho duty of tho Restill living, and that hu had gouo cither ranch all night, but tho Indians did not day naming. Tbe Convention spent Ita morning aestlonon rupt tho election of 1893 even more. publicans In Congress Is plain. They )ICm-M- r. to Australia or Alaska under an as- return Us the attack. Next morning thu Cooper (Ind.), rising to a que consideration ot the report on municitha J1 ground was closely examined, aisl in tlonjjf privilege, sent to the clerk', desk and palities. in The second section, as adopted, limits liberally than they did to elect Harri- should pass tho bill, and hasten Its passumed nnmo. Mucrnl places the grass was found to bo bad read s resolution, offered br blin on Hen- - Iho maximum rate of taxes for municipal pur- son in 1S8S. AH Uio power that the sage by a fair and uncompromising use) gives them cf their power in both houses. When " stained w Ith blood, aUil from this it ii letcler 4 last, making certain charges ogalntl poses ot,LM on I1M of taxablo property In cities "control of Uie Drnsmlte Under Houses. I'ensioiit, and asking fee fifteen The fourth instance In which h,onses thought somo of tho Indians wero tbeommlttloiierof Inicttlgatlon of thaloDl-clat- i of oi er less thanthousand, and limtta it to tl la over their employes .and others with tills advice had been followed tkeie brtsdenlng ot the that population. cities ot will were citizens appalled at tho assurance in that Icinity hnvo been blown up wounded. Thu resolution had been referred lu IKo Tho liigae.t voto for County purples I. fifty whom they have business dealing 1ms exerted to the fullest. telesx committee eiamlnlng preitoua cbargct, cents In one hundred dollars with dynamite occurred nt Hliicneld, that for many years the. country must RECIPROCITY ahdeniho lllh of Septomber the chairman of lly Section S, as adopted, no county, city, or W. Va., Saturday night. Tho homo of Hut all this w ill not suffice, nnd tho be curbed by protection run mod beIndebtIhatpommltlee of Kansas,) aball In James Collins was demolished Thurs- Iletween Siln anil the t'nlleil Stair rrjr beenrtirrcted to (Mr MorrllL resolution, buthad mun'clpullty. .ban ll.o any year become pro- factory lords are not depending on it cause monopoly controUcd the upper lie iuCoco cr revenue reroTS tho mure storo vrsa day niuht. Mown rr.iii.S.tnc-Srn- l'i Aerejt Intluil.m had lever performed that duty Krfcrred to ed for for that year, and all appropriation In A part of their w ork ho been done to Houso. It wns not thought posSlblo to vided m Trent-their hand by Hon. llobcrt Protection destroy the power gained by tho manuto partially wn'Cked on the same night, on Itulet, Debate on tbe naval ap- - s lolatlon shall be void. Comtntteo Spain has accepted the proposilof tho propaatlon bill was then continued until adPorter, whom Uiey thrust Into control facture of rotteu boroughs In tho InterWith tho close of thlt week tbe Convention urd William I loan's dw elllng was journment. bat been In acstlon about one bundled and of the eleventh census for the purpose est of tho men who wero to profit by and severul persons InlurxvL United btntcs Government for the up to days, and the estimated cost Jan. t4 Senate. Messrs' tffentv-flvmadu as n ro- - tlatton at Washington of a reciprocity Three nrrostK Iihvu of robbing of representnUon constitu- the levying of taxes upon tho people. prluUng it cloao to and Morean tb cloture suit of tho explosion Sutunlny nlffht. treaty relating to American trnile with sit'arl the Elections spoke acatatl Saunders in this time exclusive ofto be considered thirteen encies who object to being plundered In the passage of tho bill there was exThere are yet ruk on Illll and Mr. of a favored class ercised what w a deemed by tho organ ,, Cuba. In political circles it is said that (star of both. Democrats refused to agree reports, which at a fair calculation will take for tho The tow n Is terrorlied. In a favored ect!on. A good many for whom the Journal spoko "a fair nnd the only serious difficulty In the way of !.o s dste on which a vote, mar be taken and stout four months yet to complete. So It is the general Impression that the new electoral votes and a good many uncompromising use of power hi boUi roar Men Killed by Trains. formulating and adopting such n Ut finale recessed until Monday lUir-Tho majority attempted to filibuster Instrument when completed will cost not less Congressmen 1ms opposed to monopo- houses." A telegram frcni Gnllltzlu, Pa., snys treaty appears to tho Amerl If tbo murmuringe over tho than 11:000. l! st the sppmvnl of adopUon tbe were Upon tlie record thus made tho Dem that two unknown men wero struck by vans' inflexibility on tho tobacco ques- culs'jort by tit summary tho Journal,bybut Ho- State Indicate any thing, this will be to much ly protection luivo thus leen gotten rid of. Still, with the growing political ocratic party w ent to tho people without train Saturday nlcht and Instantly tion. The Foreign MinlsterMondnymps! Is ans. The Naval illll was taken op, but not thrown away, at the prevailing dlsconlent has caused a widespread belief among the ujposed ot in the West, tho protection- means to offset the funds poured Into revolution killed, u. L. Hiorts, u Piiinsylvani.i formed the Cabinet Council that tho work Is tfolng la,b3 rejected. i'lilioTOf, Jan. ate railroad brnkemnn, wns struck by n American Government has forwarded a eaW tlie cloture rulo was InterruptedThe debate The that their Judiciary, on watch there are ist nro for from seeing their way clear. the eofTere of tho Republican committee. report on by a force bill is therefore pressed with Relying solely upon tho intelligence of pnssengrr train, at l'ast Conemaugh, note embodying buses for n treaty w ith ty Mr Wolcott to tale up the apportion, seven minority reports, wilt be next taken up. Tho cst Indies, in cent bill, und It prevailed ycaa Si, nays M. Tho Constitutional Comentlon on the Kth al- nil the money nnd all tho power of tho people, such a victory was gained as Sunday, and Instantly killed. An un- Spain nnd the .Spanish League. Tho hostile caused the ultra evcnlngorgnu to regret finished consideration ot the municipal!-lieknown man, employed by llrown llroth eluding the exemption from duties of seaao-- s Cameron, Jones iNov), Stentrt, mostreport, and few cbangea wero made tu the tho High-Tariers, contractors at Krlng's Station, was Spanish sugars, molasses, eolToe nnd Tc !tr, Washburn and Wolcott all Ilcpubllcuat text reportod from Committee of the Whole. votes that Porter has spared, and that tho passage ot a bill which had ruined with the Democrats, skins, provided Spain reciprocate by -f- otin id laid aside till p m, The bill was Tho subject will probably bo disposed of In a can not bo bought or bulldozed In tho its party nnd endangered tho very existstruck by a train Sunday and killed. rti'1 a usual way, nro to bo suppressed in 1893 ence of a system to which it believed the exemption of import from Amer for and the Conger lard bill were few days. by this revolutionary device- which a tho prosperity of the country was due. Internal Small-poica. presented. Tbe bill to pension General Hanks DANGEROUS SEEDS. conspicuous organ of tho protectionists Again tho mill bosses nro in tlio saddle. Tho Court at llrussels gofs Into su reported, alto tha army appropriation The First American Tin Cup. dill. .'hey Pile l'p In Jtallway Cuts and Obatrnct has declared "has a dozen tariff bills" in Onco moro the pcoplo aro menaced by n mourning for Prince Ilaudolu three Hie Trains. Tho first tin pinto manufactured In Uota. The utual skirmish on the approval it. If tho West objects to paying trib- combination which seem possessed of months. It is stated that tho real canso of the Journal took place, but was Anally ap A remarkable grass, we are told by a ute to New England the West must bo power sufficient to throttle any future of his death wa-- t Internal nrloln, a new this country is on exhibition lu Canton, prosed jr 111, rmya 107. The House then voladoni. This muzzled In Congress by negro and fulTa of disease observed In llrusscli O. It is one of two cups ruado by tho teal into Committee of .he Whole on the nary traveler, is tho Paja expression of tho popular will. Quay, In tho South the silent, vies with Hoar, tlio blovlant, lately. The King has ordered the fact SL Louis Stamping Company, and pre- trproprlatlou bill. After debate the Connnitteo jfxmv In tufts, not unlike those of slender of tho Prince's death concealed from sented by them to Mujor MoKiuley. arose, tho bill was passed und tlo House small Pampas grass. From slighter by Hcnjamln Harrison and forco bill in preparing for tho pcoplo a cause for stems there stand out still returning boards. In order to appease rebellion compared with which tho Me- This tho first, wns given to XV. IC Mil- tJJourned. his mini, Pi luces Cnrlotln, branches, nt tho end of w hich are tho tho hunger of somo few hundreds of KinleyTnll was abenison. It lias been ler, of Canton, the other to his w Ife. It News Hems of .Mexico. . . seeds the whole, stem and seeds, havmonopolists tho aim is announced that tho forco bill contains Is composed of ninety-Mwe- n perevnt. Tun Hureau of the American Ilcpult ing somewhat tho appearance of a minIt Snowed run. Iron, 'the iron was made at Chntta the whole fabric of within itsolf a hundred tariff bills. If licf.lusnn Interesting dispatch regard- iature fir tree as regards shape, and hav- to revolutionise During the snow storm at Naslnllle, iiougit and bore tho tc&t excellently. government in tribute-taker- s representative con count for themselves smnlj ing tho plan to commemorate tho four ing rnrlous lengths up to two feet or so. freo Teim., Sunday morning counjless cup attract great attention. America, Tho as demanded by the ruling Czar, then hundredth anniversary of tho discovery When rliH, theso stems w ith the seeds llsli were seen to fall. Tlfey wero Tho census, which tho constitution need there Iks no compromise of any inof America by holdlug nn exposition nt blow isodlly awny in Uie first strong nlioul an Inch long, und rvseuibled tho Uio basis of our representative OoL Blood inoculatloa. monopoly seeks dustry when pap-feOnim, Italy, the birtbplaco of Colum- svlud. Flying through the air, from makes iJ Tt"sn" r9 4l(, Faculty .4Im enrp or mullet. The greatest number been dnhaueheti through further largess at tho bauds of it A.t ..M. . fell on llrvitd sticot. Somo wero found of tho Xante School of Medicine, havo bus. This dlsputch report that Uio afar they jook ratlier like ft dust cloud tho ready connivance of uu alien mer- tools. Delano and his trumvlrnto g on Union street, 6evcral blocks aw ay. exhibited to their colleague of Pari municipality of (lenoa und tho peoplo against the sky; nnd cenary who has earned his living ever may tako tribute for tholr sheep; over tho living grass of tho since he came to this country by mak- manufacturer of woolen gocnls may experiment in Inoculation with nt large nro entering very earnestly an aitting Bead;' for Seal Poachers. goats' blood for tho treatment of tuber int i the project nnd have placed It un- jiluln, before tho sudden onset of a ing figures lie for tho Republican party. bo assured tho entire homo market, Tho rci onjie cutter Hear Is being fit- (pilosis. Fifteen grains of the prepara- der the management of the Marquis (storm with wind). This drift- Hoar, Edmunds. Fryo nnd the rest ot closed by a tariff wall over which not a ted for sen nt Sim Francisco, nnd work tion were Injected into tho mubcular fiincomo Doria, one of thu lending ing movement over tho grass has n cuEnglmd desperadoes nro now garment shall bo brought, and joy shall who is now Engaged in preparing riously bew lldcrlng effect on Uie eye. the New on her is pregrcsMiijr rnnidly. Tho tissues ut thighs of two patients. TIsj striking nt the root of free elections. It be in the homes of protected infants. chnnge that Is lielng injections will bo renewed every ten the plans. grass la is tho greediest nnd most disgraceful The patriotic laboring limn shall 1ms most significant When the storm is over, the o mndo is tho strengthening of her spar days. losoitKSSMAN IlirrrnivioiiTii intro- found in drifts ngalnst tho posts and conspiracy that ever caino to the forced to buy the dearer garment mado s putting duced a bill to pay Fred Ford, late U. wire of tho fences; theso collections and deck, cutting in Washington. by homo talent, nnd Congressman Dun Insalls a doner. long four S Pilot on tho Kauawhn river. West down guiit'tu-- !n(uft for two one strongly of. snow drifts. On The conspirators may be sure vl one ham Khali enjoy the nbnnpnr raiment men In cauMonday night ninety-fou- r ityinla, 50,000 for property lost and December 10 (or so), lSfc8, a terrible nc thing. ThW luch rilh's. a big country nnd it Is cus took a solemn obligation to unseat sen ice rendered to tho Government cident occurred on Iho railway between very strongl iiTlio American pcoplo aro only by crossing tho AUnntlc for his summer jaunt. InjpilN Ht all hnrnrds. Tho attempt to during the war of the reliolllnn. Cuuuttrf.ltcrs Arrested. lot; they can take cans Candnlalr.i and (luardlnde la Esqulna. a Hut there Is a revcrso to this picture. MftttMcrrittand his wife and Frow disrupt the cauciiH by flooding the Leg RisriiKHPNTAiirK Pgiikim, of tho A cutting had become filled willi thla of themselves and lliey will do It" When It is something mora tlo.li u Fourth were arrested nt Des Moines, la., islature Willi Urnnit Army peimvne ni-voludorn, and tho engine set fire to thoroughly tired of this immlttoo of July iMjast that tho peoplo aro sucharged willi Wuiiti felting coin. In crowding the street of Topeba urn Un, reporU-d- , on Indian AiTuIrs.. on tho Paja piswd. However, liialdsB Ulinly they nro willi un iinn'Udiiuiit, tho Itasit Uici will stop it. sad thy r preme la this hind OHirnrohlpK have 'I ho IioiiNu Uio police found n tin pull Grand Army men signally failed. their to a suitable w ind, thn train got safely very weary already. &t. Louis Repule- fallen beforo that power; tax dcspot3 full of metal, plaster of pnrls, molds, tactics were abandoned, and nine out l'l to open to ceUleiuent ccrtnln may yet feel it and tremble. Wlso pathe Indian Territory know n us through. Hut in h afternoon of tho tools. Ingulls' friend were ivtlj, of ten Senator flics und other in tho opsame day the train the Cherokee Outlet. triots engrafted on our fundamental law DETESTABLE PROVISIONS. hold wasradl ing to admit that his last cutting had In tho provision that tho popular branch Mr. Vnlente, tho . Boric Scared to Qcatn. Minister posite direction, and the The Tendency f Itepiihllcnn Methods to of Congress should originate financial A horse Wlonging to Joseph Penrod JffQ riscntejd his letters of recall to thn tho meantime uoeoino itiiesi again, wiui Chippewa SUM ThreatenJnr. Overt hruvr a Tree Vole. In measures. For a fow moro day rcpu Adjutant-GenerMullen iclegrDpl" l'resliWnt, ou tho a. ml, utid Mr. Men these seed stems. The wind wrw, cunght his first sight of nu electric car, In tho contest over tho fraud and nlKlkhnrt, lnd Sunday, und bcvauiA from St. Pllnrre that there Is t thau, donca, his Miccessor, w n formally pre- this return journey, In such a direction forco electlojimi there is evidence of a dialed statesmen may enact laws. Fo ot tho burning so long tho peoplo may bo defied b sented to tho President by Secretary as to favor tho tendency in tho situation around Tl f Klv so frlghteucd that ho fell dead. havo been tried In tho balgrass U set flro to tho carriages. Thoy tendency on, tr,part ofto tho more Fnlls. The Clilppcwas ci '.tinuo t tuainc in the uitcrnoon. press amend- men who found wanting. Hut tho day Republicans caught fire. About eight persons were und Only Seven Widows Left. threaten the whites, but it is lclioved i Tiik State Department nt Washing- totally consumed, hardly oven bones be- ments to tho measure calculated to ance of reckoning nears, and with It will Lucy Decker Young, eighth wife of judicious display of Winch ' tcra wi ton Is informed of the death at lloron, ing found to tell the tale; und eighteen modify Its odious Imperialism. calling como the opportunity for a triumphant Ilflghnm Young, Is dt'ad. There am cause a subsidence of tho tm le Tl Africn, on January IS, of Lieutenant cscuped up the btiuhs In a pitiable Tlio suggestions havo value as Democracy to provo its right to popular only soven left, Including Amelia Fol troublo was caused by the di1 re I tio Kmery II. Taunt, U. S. Commercial nt Work. the attention of tho country to pro support. Tho peoplo s representative soui, tho favorite. of th whites on tho reserva'u"t uU Agent to tho Congo Free State. visions so detest ublo that evon tho will hold tho They strongest Republicans hesltata to acTiik Missouri House of lleprescnta-tiv- e WOMEN Oh THE ARISTOCRACY. Too Many Italian. lm loosed till every vestige Cowboys Fight a Duel should cept them lint they have another aud of tho not bill bo wiped from tho has adopted resolutions which Ouo of the pjpo lino contractors at I'mxcKss HeAtrut. prefer to bo adHilly" and "Dob" They statute-boo- forco were presented to Congress on the a les agreeable significance. Lords of high estate dressed as Princess Henry, of llattcn-bercowboys, fought a duel. Hilly llellalre, 0 onlered a PittsburgH Ann tho effect of the pressure of tho evince recommending the passage ot a bill to made to feol even under a wai killed, four bullets having hit him, to supply h(m two hundred Italians lud prohibit aliens and unnaturalized fund machine for aid to tho have been floater and Dob, with three bullet in him, is itibtallment. lly mistake two tlmu-sanTiik Queen has bought a lock of hair projett that ha become tho favorite of monarchy tho power of popular disapowning proval. Shall eltl7cus of n freo Repub.Italians were sent Monday, nnd estute in tho United und acquiring real which lielongcd to Charles I.'s head drli'tf. tho Administration, because in no other lic bo less pow erf til? Chicago Times. States. nrrived moneyless and hungry, and tho ho lost It. s way Is there reasonable prospect of Till: House Committee on Submarine Volcanic Eruption. contractor wns not prepared to tako "press. Quf.k.v Auklik, ot Portugal, la now alovercoming the popular majority Voknulo dlsturluuiees In tho sea bo them, and a riot almost ensued beforo nnd Post Honda lcferred to to health. She I the agalns-- tho Republican party. A freo the joint resolution providing for n most restored flniina nml SooKztn eiilmlnnted Tho Italian they could bo quieted. Tho Republicans in Congress aro prettiest and most fascinating of Uio voto and a fair count would mcau tho Sunday lu submarine volcanic erup Minister at Washington w as telegraphed commission to seo if increased of their ow n leadelection of a Democratic President and so afraid and jealous facilities aro needed in New York sovereign ladies of Europe. tion. to for relief. serves ns a club City; and two bills introduced by Mr. of Spain recelVed another Democratic Houso of Repre- ing bills that one bill the ulttmato The Fifty-Tw- o Miners Kilted. Nineteen Ferioni Killed. r' present from tho Pope sentatives in 1893. Trained to i cllance to kill tho other, with Taylor, Illinois, to reduco tho charge of a a Tifty-twpersons wero killed by tho An avalanche at Florcstn, Italy, Mon- the registration of domestic mall matter a splendid mosaic of Uio Madonna on the mctLods of Intimidation und probability that nil of them will bo ed. lloston Olobo. explosion at tho nibcrnln Colliery at day destroyed eleven houses and killed nnd to establish a registered parcel post made at tho Vatican factory. chicanery, the Imperialistic chief fall Gclscnklrchc Germany. Mr. McKlnley Smith You fellow s nineteen persons. system. to seo that their treusonoblo efforts con 1 AnciiDUCitKss Maiua. Dorothea, wo hove no other result than to render tho may talk as much us you please; but ou HmO.lllIKII-till.U.IIAS. V. Hk.set, ono of tho beauties of tho Austrian ImFell Into Vat or Boiling Oretee. Murder and Suicide. Republicans are going to keep right popular uprising against them IrresistChief of Ordnance of the nnny, was perial family. Sho i above tho medium Charles Lurson, engineer nt Swift's Chris Ahrnmson, nged thirty-five- , saw lug wood. und woll-nlguniversal. pnckliig-hotM- ) lu South Omaha, whllo w onted to marry Jlamle llonnlngnn nt pluced on tho retired list, hilling height, with dark hair Und ,ycH nnd a ible most Mr. David II. Jones You aro wise. The noteworthy of tho inodillcu yearn. IIIh fresh complexion. Sin Is noted for her rrctty skimming a vat of boiling grease, fell Westport, Stearns County, Minn., Mon- reached the ngv of sKty-twtlons proposed nro thoso of Senator You'll find this Is going to be a charities nnd for her skill In piano In. He crawled out unaided nnd walk- day morning, and because she refused place ha Ik'cii a bono of contention Teller nnd Senator Stewart. Tho for- cold winter. Puck. among the Colonels of tho ordnance playing. ed porno distance to notify tho foreman. ho shot her dead and then blew out hi Since it is tho habit of the Adminto provide for the exercise, Tiik Duchess d'Uzea ha lost eighty mer si ik Hu wax taken to tho hospital lu Oiunhn own bruins. Tho parties wero well corps of the army for somo months, nnd provide positions for renow tho contest seems to bo between thousand dollnru by the failure of Itay-nau- by otlUerh of elections, of ministerial istration to dk-lu terrible agony. and connected, and thu tragedy eiiuM'Tvut powers only, us distinguished from pudiated statesmen it would lie In order Colonel I'liigleruiid lilUomoiv, tha banker whom sho met nt the excitement. w sonu .'ir. ui.iu, u. To Repair and Build Leveee. Tiik totul collections of Internal rev- otllco of Lo Uaulols. Her connection judicial, while the latter proposes that for Mr. Harrison out iw an emissary to Now" Hampshire, The lloiibo Committee Nn Leveri nnd enue during the first six mouths of tho with that paper has altogether cost her Congrvmnai votings iimlor the new tho treacherous Imlluli. Ho cou.d talk Railway Wreck. statute should tako placo on u day difImprovements of tho Mississippi rl it, Hy a wreck on tho Georgia Pnclflo fiscal jcar ending .Inno i'0, 1MI1, were six hundred aud 'fifty thousand dollars, ferent from that upon which State and them to death at the first eoiiferuncu, decided to report favorably the. bill road, east of Ilirmlnghuin, Ala,, Ungl 875,097,144, an excess of ftl.BIU (K.J as the loss of which she feels most uncom has ollU'lals aro voted for. Tho former and If he fulled tho country could stun.' to appropriate 810,000,000 to repair nnd neer Hopper was badly hurt nnd a, compared with tho collections during fortably wlUi three grown-uQuiougC children local iiui.l.ullj. amendment, if adopted, might have thu lo.si with Uivf build the levees from tho head of lint brakeman, nuuie not know p. filled, nut tho correspond!! (f peril' (' to settle. soiio undency toward curbing, thu ex- - Tlnios. nonscs to Cairo fiscal j ear Fight, fj by the Monop Of Bnow nnd Wind VLslla tho n-TCK, .) Soc-rc- ii y e )$ s ty V1 roon 1 41 -- l car.' ipr-cu- lu ui H. r J 1 lr 1 o s CVmr-rrs- n appro-ptlaSl.- - b-- n. t x con-ino-o g purse-string- cltte . ut-g- W-e-u If?,-10- E dele-gat- Sex mo-tl- s ff PeU-Uo- - blood-suckin- g d half-rollin- hnlf-driftin- tor-men- ta citi-2cii- s, sur-fnc- port-hob?- hard-heade- d il fool-isline- - ior-ui.s- Hra-JH- an purse-string- s. "Six-shoot- g. bo-fo- re Post-office- r..m notesromFhe t post-offi- Quoen-I.ege.- New-Yea- o oj t. h d, p pre-ylou- h HmBW f ' - a. ..'TV s'vu ' r. i1K '"" '. - ..,, ""T,,'ieii' "ae'-Hh'- v. T THE HiCKMAN COURIER. b PrilliM Eviry Friday by GEORGE WARREN Hlokmnn, Kentucky. Offic- e- Jackson THE HICKMAN COURIER. THB OLDEST NEWSPAPER IN WESTERN KENTUCKY. FINE JOB PRINTING IGXKCUTICD WITH HEATNESS AND DISPATCE BALE BILLS, Btreet, oeit door to Otty Hall. CEOflCE WARREN, Editor. HIT 18!)1. ENVELOPES, LETTER HEADS, BILL HEADS, INVITATIONS, ETC., ETC 15. Prlcoof Subscription, $150 CURRENT TOPICS. A New Yoiik clothing sign Co. Cuttlnir Our. of tho Sioux wnrriors i In ESTABLISH BBAIi POAOHmo Vfhst On KD 1851). A JIICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY. JANUARY 30, SEVERE STOItJI INDIAN COTJNOILOrtS. gJFfY-Ifll.ST VOL. XXVBa . .1 CAUL AND SEE US. crcise of arbitrary power by sultordl-nates- , and the latter would prevent tho degradation of local elections by central despotism. Tho bayonet would still bo over every ballot for Congressman, but its baneful gleaming would not affront tho eyes of voters for mcm hereof State Legislatures or officers o commonwealths, municipalities or townships. No modification has been proposed, nor can any bo offered, thnt will render minds. tho bill tolerable to liberty-lovinThe fraud nnd force election bill, whether mollified hy tho silver Senators, with tho bayonets hooded by Hoar, or with them unvalled by Quay, is radically and essentially vicious nnd treasonous. Under any circumstances It would be the duty of members of Con gress to fight suoh a proposition to tho g t Taylor, named "Big Turkey." IWriik wcreSl.filodcnlhs tn Chicago Inst yror, 200 being suicide. Qokkn Victoiiia Is assisted by live maids when she makes her toilet. Til run nro about S5.000 tca"hcra In the publlo schools of Pennsylvania. Knurr, the I'niMlau gunmnkcr, has hi niinuiil Income of about SI,S0O,000. At present nlno Amcricnn women sre mntrlmonlally engaged to titled foreign era. Paw, Mich., has n receipt for n tax palJ by his ancestry In A itrsiPEKT of Taw HOT. 1'urnr.s AunusTA will nrcompany Emperor William and Ills wife to Kng-lan- d. ., f, Whitk onions, eaten raw, are mora nnil more rerommeiiiled as a euro for Insomnia. Waomrkian music has leen barred nut of the Metropolitan Tiieater, New world Is Tho Knropenn edition of tlio Herald publishes an Interview, nt Cannes with llcrmim Iilcbeson the ItchrliigStM controversy, lie approves .Vcrotnry lllnluo'a course. Ho nsscrtH that tho eals nro being liuntcil to death, and will Imj cxtermlnuted unless prompt mcav tires nro taken. Knglnnd will then uffcr also, as flvo thousand pi mom In Loudon live by preparing tho iktns. Tho poachers with whom d sides nro not Knglisli, 1 he erewa of tho Canadian scalers are American Last year fifty-on- e vessel, H'Mnau. were engaged In pouching. Next If Kngland pivot her protection. 150 ships will lo In the bnslnrts. This means destruction to tho seals. LI'iK-s-, Mills, and Tovla pay the (Jovenuncat 111 for every srl ti,t.j- kill Inhabitants' nnd supply tho of their leased island .with mcdlad attendance, fuel anil Mbools. The lire Indluns fnV AlasVa. In nuinler four Juindred, prrt Jmt Ar lh - t.r.. lrr Hs.tii Kr AImiu. of tlm Aiitlmrlmt llrlirinjl-- r sfl Ila-- r Mst Of Snow nnd Ulilcb Wind Vlalta tba Euotorn Btntco, riy Homo AVIlh Trlrcrspli and Other J.lrclrlo Wlrn. n sen-so- n, contains that coat at Hlownwood, Tex., which 11,000 trees. OlfllU perfumes her hair with stuff $30 nu ounce. Thero are some ndvnutngcx In lclng bald. Mn. Tiikopoiik Cam and family Iisto petitioned tottie Kan nan Legislature to hare their narne changed. Accniinimi to the ceuu report Uiero are only 0,000 Army In the United States. Mits. Lm.anii KrAxronn lias given no less than SM.O00 to tho Kindergarten AMxx'IttUon of San Francisco. Tiik constitution of the new State of Washington limits tho session of the Lgil-ii- r ti slaty tsonsecutlrc. days. Tiik lata General Spinner met his death from a cancer caused by an abrasion on the nose produced by eyeglasses. mrmWrs of the Sulfation KAtsrn Wanr:!.i's sister, the Princess of Mrlnlngrn, has developed a talent for literature that is regarded as remarkable. U.nooKLTX has a crank who creeps up behind young girls In tho street and snips off portions of their tressc with a scissors O.ik of Uio Industries of London is d the selling of sea water, which at the purchaser's house for twopence a gallon. monarchies Tnr.nr. are twenty-si- x Republics in tho ilvll-lie- d and twenty-tirworld. Sixteen Ilepubllcs nru In lade-liveree RnuUi America. Tn last report of tho Illinois superintendent of education brings out the fact thai ilicVr. ois .till la ttStSUtC.! Tiik United States Treasury now holds in gold and silver In coins of all denominations, and bullion, tho handsome sum of li V school houses. Two Portuguese puglllsta recently engaged in n prize fight of 1.127 rounds. They fought mx hours a lay, stopping at noon to eat and smoke. TiiKstatueof Henry IJergh.ln bronie, Is to be erected at the center of a huge granite drinking hnsln for hones tn Milwaukee, at a east of 15,00a GoVEnxon Itrsr.l.l, of Massachusetts, ulcrlbed to his onth of oftlco with his left hand, a fact that Is Ixlng widely commented upon In Uiat State. Fnr.nr.nicK I. Wi5,0,bi7. reckoned Uio richest man in Boton, nnd his cousin, Ames son yf rubes Ames, is north about 810,000,-00- Air, at Fl J, 000,000, Is 0. A Swedish engineer has Invented n tnachlno for making horseshoe nails out of Iron roils. It makes HO strokes per minute, each stroke producing two nails. A .irrii flock of sparrows come regularly thrrtt times a day tc tho window of a young lady of Ilristol, Pa , to receive the crumbs, which she spreads for them. Mns. Kmzadktii Toon, who died In Sew York, loft JU.J.OOO Inspo-clfl- o truest, of wldch over JjOOO.OOO goes to educational and charitable Institutions, A rAiiMEii In Holt County, Mo., has living children, nono of twenty-siwhom are married and all of whom nrc at home. Tliero are eleven pairs of twins In the family. Tim public? or toot portion of It which believes In Wiggins, w 111 be at his assertion that no more earthquakes need lw looked for until nliout the 17th of August, 1004. AiiciinuniKM Mama DomiTiir.A li two of the lieautles of tho Austrian Imperial family, fiho Is nlove. medium height, with dark hair and eyes and n fresh complexion. Khe Is noted for her charities and for her skill in pluno playx Hnn is willing to abstain tnmT killing seals for flvo or six yearn to ti"o the animals a chance, provided ntlmm nro arc forbidden also. Tho reason s exU.Tinlnatel Is thut those killed nro Out mostly females with young e of thousand skins brought hy poachto London this ers, ninety-nin- e per cent, belonged to Llubcs does not belie o Ihero Is any danger of wnr In tho matter which Is 'too small for England to fight about. VUUirian vesThis season tlilrty-nlnsels killed over forty thouMntl seals fcMps klllrd wliilo fourteen Aineru-nunder fourteen thousand. He holdi that America's rights In this sen are unquestionable. a tit. A STRANGE STOHY. "f UaSxla were never questioned. As Kussla sh'Mtft all Ilnlirrl llsy llsmlltou K.I.I tn lie Still poachers caught on her sido of the bva lilone I lie IJtlnc. there is no jwachlng there. The startling rumor has been brought to Lcwlston, Idaho, by a ranchman FATAL OIOAKETTE. named .San ford that Hobcrt liny Hamilnl lUindi ton, who wna reported to have been Men II Kill, rorir-r.lBll- t S.rrnlj-OnHoiu of Mliunt Will Die ilrow ned in the Snake river while hunt i'f Thrlr liJorle. ing last June, is still alive and enjoying Further details have been roceiretl of good health. Sutvord said bo learned tho terrible colliery explosion which this from men who worked on t)io t Juovk HaiiilltGll-Snrgcahappened on Wcdnc-lhranch. Prom these, depot, near Charkor, Itussla. Tho ex- remarks ho gleaned that thero was plosion caused a fire to break nt In u cloud iion Hamilton's life, und. three pits. The owners and managers ho w nntcd it to appear to tho world of tho mines tried to descend Into tho that he was drnd. Tho corpse of a burning pits, but the funics of the gas mnji who very much resembled Hamilwere so heavy and overpowering that ton w as secured and placed tn the river they were ctairllcd to dci.it In where It was found, and the informatheir efforts tn this direction. Event- tion give n out that he was dead. Tho ually a rescuing party succeed in laWer s.ijd several prominent peoplo tmtcring tho mines and reaching tho were In the secret that Hamilton was entombed men. After cousideraMo la- still living, nnd that he had gone cither ter ss! dsnyrr the rsrvcr" to or Alaska under an asto the surfaco tho IkxIIca of tnenty-eig- sumed namo. of the miners who had Ucn killDjra.imUe Under Hfi.sa. ed. They also rescued nlnctytrar uicn The fourth Instance In which houses w ho were In an unconscious con htlon. These latter were nil badly burned and In tlint slclnlty hnvo been blown up bruised, und twenty of them subse- with dynamite occurred nt lllucficld, quently succumbed to their Injuries. W. Va., hntunlny night. Tho homo of It is snld the cxplowlon was en used by n James Collins was demolished Thursday night Moses Henry's More wns in nn lighting n cignrctt. partially wrvclel on tho snme night, und William Komi's dwelling was deMININQ AOOIDBNT. molished nnd several persons injured. Two llnlidr.l Sllnrr. Im ilnweU Ttireo nrrenln hnvo tieen madu as n retir in rjirii,. explosion Saturday nhht, of ! of a coal mine, threo sult tow tho Tho n Is terrorized. miles from Hriinstou, Wyo., burned 1 he Thurstlay afternoon. It was u dry ronr Men Killed by Trains. wooilen structure and was consumed A telegram frim fiiilllUln, Pa., says rapidly. This destroyed the means of supply lug fresh nlr to tho SCO men that two unknown men were struck by working beneath tho surface The a train Saturday night nnd Instantly camp was in n pnnlo at once. Tho mine killed. (). L. Shorts, n Pennsylvania struck by a lamps were extinguished and tho men rsllrcsd brskcmsp w scrambled for an opening. Nearly nil passenger train, at East Couemaugh, wero well nigh exhausted on Sunday, and Instantly killed. An unltroth-ercoming With to light. air known man, employed by Ilrow n contractors at K ring's .Station, oi shut off from nlnive, tho limited supply In tho shafts and rooms wna struck by n train Sunday and killed. ooi used up nnd nil began to smother. Internal Small-poDozens nro prostrated. The ruh f tljo The Coivrt nt llrussels gos Into frantic, men was something awful. UnPrince Ihtudoln Hires til well in tho mnln cntranco and only mourning for stated that the real causa months. It exit they grew weaker nt each step, of his denth is us Internal variola, a new w gasping for breath. It Is thought nil form of dieeaso observed in llrusscli escaped. The wives and children of tho the f.wt lately. The King hss miners were frnntle. Tho mine which of tho Prince's death ordeml concealed from was operated by tho Central Piicifla will his uunt, Prlncei. Cnrlottn, bei closed for soma time. 1 fifty-threo mwmmng wmus.larvcMjtavu'Lnr working westward, hut Philadelphia, Heading and Washington nro shut ont, while Ilalllmoro and Now York nro being reached by a long ond circuitous route. The postal no has communication at nil. Sixty brenks havo been found tonpo!t;t a few tallcs outside of Hnrrisburg. It will take a month to repair nil tho telephone wire. It Is feared the high waters In tho Susquehanna will causo Uwwital,ciuift4)olul4 baUlxaltunted for a flood. Tlio storm which set In nt 11 o'clock Saturday night, nnd continued until noon 8nnday In New York, was tho seven-s- i of Uio sebfcon thus far. Alout six inches of snow fell, and It was of the wet, clinging kind thut fastened Itself to every thing It touched, loading trees until they were shorn of their branches, or fell prostrated with their trunks snapped ns though they hod Wen mere twigs, nnd clinging to tho electric w Ires until they gate way under the pressure nnd broko I'l nil directions, or until tho poles on vr hich they were strung fell, hy INDIANS ATTACK A RANCH. thu Immcnso weight. They tire I'pon the ftsnehmen. hut Do No Tlio eastern part of Pennsylvania svn visited by a severe, siiow-stonSaturday and .Sunday morning. Passenger from Philadelphia report that tho storm was very severe there, great lmvoa being done to the telegraph nnd telephone w Ires, and telegriiphlo communication Is practically suspended. Tlio Western Union whes nt Hnrrisburg, Pa., are enhl nnirral Sllles'fifleellon tor the Washing Snolxl Srxlon, to Tre.eut Thelf toil Junkrt-Cl.t- rf. WilnrsaTCN, JaatOBcNATR (Irlersnrce to the rrr.hlent. Mr. tlawct preirttnl (Icncral Miles has selected tlio follow-Ini- r crncn, s potllton, alfncd by three ex thiv Hjachuctle and many other named chiefs to ifo to Washlngtont e, of Young Man Afraid of His Horses, Amer JONV lklnr liennof that btato ami mayNew bo lht OT,eral Hunks ican Horse, Fire Thunder nnd Mump, plaefd mi tho retired list of the nrmy. He-- k "r AMrUli wade en trjorttobrlrir up of Uio frlcndllcs, nnd Little Wound, Hlg Ilond, Ho Dog, Two Strike, High Hawk th (Icior, rie teioluilon, hut irn held off by Donocwtle on the election bill Until and High Pipe, of tho hostile. nearly Ik. ,0ur tIU adjournmcnl. when Mr. ot over Gee in irtt rlrd him Iho Door for thai purpoe. Is expressed Somo surprise jltiu-Oa- e tho selection, as it wns thought thnt ot tho most exctilni; ceneof Red Cloud would certainly go, nnd Ihli Sodirti, took place la tho IIoum early thU sftfjoca Atone time It was thought lbs 'i Short Hull and Kicking Henr havo been ould como to blowe acroti tho feiher among tlm most prominent hostile. alBl?Uin the political partlos andthepow. General Miles takes with him to rr olftin ireut mice had to bo Invoked to The troublo vm oi or tho Chlcngo forty Indians, who will Joumnl. Afier tho eirltcment In go to Washington Inter on under the Bium cum.c.I tlm action of Mlllt, of Tex-- , tho enro of tho War Department. kti itbtldtd, and tha Journal had boen General Miles desires that they HI to 1CH the Home went should go to the Capital under tho Into eoniilttee of tho whole on tho plitnrt appfoprtallon UlL I.'o action watta. guldo of a military officer. General ken.g.4 lending rtebito Miles nnd stnff left for Chicago via B1 tV 1'ott'ie adjourned, the comuilltee aro Kushvlllc, nt noon, leaving Colonel waiS5TO, Jan. Flllbniler-'"-3 wero eraplojcd on the conrctlonof Schaftcr in command at tho Agency. the Vtraa In regard to the action or the clomro General Miles left orders for tho Ninth Cavalry to proceed toFt. Niobrara after reoon'(ken Tuedjy erenlnR The natter an uar, anastmldnlxMineHeai tho dopnrturo of tho llrulo Sioux for thu ar.eojwlitj the lAuaaal twii.pvro'o4- Boscbud Agency.. They.lU- - bo.ao- - iirwtfMCrTii tinuec t,rAfnfe4 fmnt compaulcd by a tlelnchmcntof soldiers nVAtalhffno lonrn&L tltit th ralinj oji will also Uio Indians going to Ilia imaklrig teeeclies byllnmifiWanaof the Speaker, .- liv flu. ft Cheyenne Itlver Agency. Tho work of lolvrd I eloie debate on tho Dlttrlet bill atS disarming the Indians Is to bo contin p. m., b f the democrats prevented the taking et a votlby leaving the Houte, and breaking a ued. The Sixth Cavalry, lifter conducting tho Indians to Rosebud and (juoruni TVAsf'.soTOS Jan. M SrXATE. eome Cheyenne River Agencies, is to proceed dllatotf tactics tho cloture rule wa After np taken to l'U Niobrara, nnd at the expiration for deba-- br n tnte of t to SJ. btewaru Teller, of thirty days, If every thing remains Jonei liad Wolcott (Ilepubllcant) voting with qule't, the First Cavalry Is to return to tbs tMnocrats. The dobate continued daring tbedsj California, and, nt the end of sixty days. HOf R Mr. McMtllln (Tenn ) took the Coor Major Henry's command is to go to 1't. for ttiepurpo.e ol Impearhlng the ruling of the Speatir yeiterday declaring dilatory hln (Mr. Robinson. MeMIIIA'al motion that the reiolulion reported , CONOKESS; NOT TAXABLE. PER3EVERlN,rT-FRYERS- olUUtt ruraa i Proporty In Kontucky Exomptod Tlio nigh Tiw By tho Now Constitution. tected monopoUirej Cliurclirs, t'arsonagea, rulillef.llrarlranit odical other day,- a love-fcastfl- The Hystematlo ery by the Mcmop- frsnd Party. iwoelal!on of pro bcM ono of jan Eastern to pnsh tho crosado to mtili twfcojioiy tariff taxes perpetual In tfcisjfusHrj. Conspicuous ijuitfi&isi was Hon. Robert The Constitutional Convention on the 19th. among tho passed s few smendraenta to Bection 1 of tha Protection PtMsTtTsvtn has devoted all Ilerenuo nnd Taxation report, when the dis- tho resources ? ajnusptnt life and of a covery that uo quorum was present waa made perverted aeeMtitjli to, tho task of and proceedings came to a standstill. proving that a jSsiplsjan remain great, Section two, which waa abandoned Monday ly by submitting afternoon owing to "no quorum, was again rich and prospW and gigantic taken upon the :0th; numerous amendments cheerfully Sclimili from lilch Mn Profit Is Drslreil, tl rowing Crops snil l'rrsoiial Property to a Certain Amount. - i'ved its peri city the r, y ht ..'!! ranch of Noah Newhanks, shortly after sundown Saturday night. Jtcwbanks, his family and three men who nro In his employ had just finished their supper, and wero seated in the room discussing tho affaire of tho day, when, without a moment's warning, a crashing of glass was heard, followed by tho report of a rlfie. Securing their arms New banks nnd his men rushed out of doom, only to meet a volley from a party of Indians who had token position about one hundred and fifty yards from Uio house. Fortunately nono of the whites were Injured. They Immediately returned tho fire, nnd tho Indians retreated across tho Chcypnno. A vigilnnt lookout was kept up at the ranch all night, but tho Indians did not return to tho attack. Next morning tho ground was closely exninlned, iiil ih sovcral places the grass wns found to bo stained with blood, and from thU it is thought some of tho Indians were wounded. i Cieeatloti Some nr Them In Iteturn Hnnixleil or Killed. An arrival from Lower Spring Creek Monday brings the news of an nttnek made by a party of Indians upon tho RECIPROCITY IlelMeeii Spain and the 1'rtMe.l I'romUluc Spain Aerepls hii Imitation tu Negotiate k Treaty. Spain has accepted the proposal of tho United States Oovcrnmcnt for the negotiation nt Washington of a reciprocity treaty relating to American trade with Cuba. In political circles it is fnid that tho only serious difficulty in tho way of fonnulutlng nnd adopting such n treaty nppenrs to bo tho Ameri cans' inflexibility on the tobacco ques' M.lry Iha-Ve- e s, tlon. The Foreign MlnhtcrMondnyin' formed tho Cubluet Council that tho American Government has forwarded u note emlKxlylng bases for a treaty with Spain and the Spnulsli West Indies, In eluding the exemption from duties of Spanish sugars, molasses, coffee and skins, provided Spain reciprocates by the exemption of Imports from Amer ica. m - i An outgoing passenger train on the Central rnllrortd of tleorpa ran into u switch cngliiu on nn open switch near KU Mcl'herson, (In. Engineer Woter--' Iioiim', l'ireiiinn Wright and Conductor Ennls wero badly bruisetl. Several pasMngxrs wnn hurt; nono seriously. Svnstor KsaibluUiu HU Jlino. lUnkbmnijli was electeil V. S. Senntor from North Dakota to succeed Pierce, on tho seventeenth ballot, Tho Democratic olo went to Honsbrough. Tliownr on Plerco was owing to the manner in which ho ills- . . , ...wn. Killwsr Wreck tn Georgia. ing. Tiik venerable French author, Jules No American Fork for Otriaani. DliTir.n, dos .the part of bl In tlm (lerninn Kcieiistag Friday a writing while In tied. Ifo lies flat on his back nnd w rites on n tablet of paper motion was inndo to rejieal tho prohibiheld above him. Despite this extraordi- tion of tho Importation of Amcricnn u nary position IiIn chirograph' Is a mnr- - pork. Afer somo discussion tho waa put tn n vote, and was defeated poor durUkAxicrrs are lesae-- J in ing tho w Inter months, frco of cost, by H.lr to a Tbrons Daad. u kludheurU'd citizen In Brunswick, Prince lluiidoiiln, nephew of King Oennnny. Tliey nro stamped, to pre- Leopold and heir to .MflWno of vent them from liclng sold or pawned, Is dend. Ho died In llnissela nt 8 nnd they nro, returned nt tho closo of o'clock Friday morning, '1 ho causa of cold weather. the his dentil is nllegxd to havo been nn atTur. most precious bit of dog flesh tack of bronchitis. Is gooutsldo of a coursing grnyhound Chines Drtvsn Out. ing to quit Knglnnd for America. Tho All tho Chlucbo lifnudrmen and lanohlo animal Is tho St Ilcrnnrd, Sir IJelvldere, sold by T. H. (Ireen to K. II. borers hnvo been drien from tho towns Sears, of lloston, for $o,S00. This dog of Westem, Atheiiu nnd Ad.ims, Urcgou, by a mob. hasn't nsyet loft a prize untaken. At a gormau in Iloston the other Bank Wrecker DoieJ. evening partners wero nllottcd by In tho United States District Court,at which furmeans of n nished tho names of tho women printed Albany, N. Y., before Jui',;o Cox, .lames Faulkner, u brother of tho on u dainty roll of chocolate. late Ucnernl Lester II Faulkner, Hiii MoiiiiKi. Mackkhzik objects to charged with wrecking tho Dnnsvillo lai go hospitals on tho ground that tho Hank, pleaded guilty to making n false idilcd virulence of germs from tho bod- report to tho Comptroller of Currency, ies of many patients Is as dangerous as was sentenced to tho lbany that of those catenating from deud liod-Ic- and for Jlvo years tit h.inl labor U. Elwood, of Mount Morris, Mich., Ceniui Enumerator Acquitted. guessed he would dlo nine years hence, lie was so sure of it that ho had his 0. At St. Paul, tho jury In tho case of J, Vervals, tombstone ercoted and dated 1609. Ills was chargedtho census cnutucrntor who prophetic vision was nt fault, as ho has brought in a with making falso returns, verdict of not guilty. Just died. mo-tloUel-gluI'rl-dHPnl-tentlnr- y year to print 8210,000 n the Congressional Itccord. Tiik contract has been signed for tho erection of n building for hygienic Instruction, ns an iinnex to tho I'liivcrslty of Pennsylvania, to cost $..o,000, tho entire expenso of which will bo bornn by Henry C. I.en, nnd will bo tho first structure of tho kind In America, (Ink of tho largest hogs In America, If not In fact tho lnrgest In tho world, was renred by u Junction City (Knn.) inun. 'J'hn length wiih 8 feet mid 0 Inches; glrlh of neck, OK fceM Birth of center of body, 8 feet; width pcross t,)i LJps, 80 Incjies; yyplght, l.BS'J gounihj. It costs tho Oovcrnmcnt Emurr1.il nnlnm. During tho trial of an cpiiun smuggler Collector of Customs Hrudslinw, of . II... i C...M.1 viiu ll..n..t .muiiu I!....t ., .....IC1...1 .1...1 ukvv 1lHiriCI. leniiuru iitiib ...... .. Ul .. .l.i.ali. ( .Ii.mI... l.lu n.tll.n it nuiiu itn null of prepared opium had Ueu entered for duty. This hlioiNs to what 'cut smuggling is currleil on. .,,ii ..... Valuable Bon Dead. A ilisnntoh from IUi,.nlUvtl1. V. V sava that thu vminir klnlllmi ("ortulntT. owned at the Empire City stock farm, xi i mm. is dciui. ito m owned by William i'linpson, of New Vork City, and was v allied. a jo,ooo, The First American Tin Cup. Tho first tin pinto manufactured in this country is on exhibition In Canton, O. It is one of two cups inndo by the St- - I.ouls Stumping Compnny, and presented by thctn to Major McKiuley. stems there stand out still slighter This the first, was given to W. K. Mil- iiljourued. brunches, ul Urn end ot which aro tho ler, of Canton, tho other to his w ife. It News Items. of Mexico. seeds the whole, stem and seeds, havis compoed of ninety-sevepercent. The llnrcnu of the American Repub- ing soniewhut tlio appearance of u e It Snowed FUh. Iron. '1 lie iron whs made at Chntta-noog- u lics has an Interesting dispatch regard-lu- g During the siiuw &tonn at Nashsllle, fir tree us regards shape, anil havund bore tho tost excellently. tho plan to commemorate tho four ing various lengths up to two feet or so. Tclin., Sunday morning connjless sinnli Tho cup attracts great attention. hundredth anniversary of the discovery Win u lhw. these sicjjsa with th eelN i70 fish were seen to fall. ThV of America by holding an exposition at blow lsllly away in Uio fint stiong nboiil mi Inch long, and rckeiiibled th floats' Blood Inoculation. carp or mullet, 'lhe greatest number wind. Fl.Vlng through the air, from Drs. lturtln and Plouq, of tho Faculty Gcnisi, Italy, the birthplace of Columfell on Hroiii! street. Somo wero found of the Xnntes School of Medlcint, havo bus. This dispatch reports that tho afar they Jook rather llko a dust cloud g cr. Union etreet, several blocks aw ay. exhibited to their colleagues of rails municipality of Genoa and tho people against the sky; und over tho living gross of the an experiment In Inoculation with at large nro entering yory earnestly into the project nnd havo placed it un- plain, before the sudden onset of a Qettlot" Ready fui Sail 7cacHers. goftts' blood for tho trenlmenl of Tlio reieniio cutter Dear la being fit(storm with wind). Tills driftFifteen grains of the prepara- der the management of tho Mnrqnls ted for sea nt Sun Francisco, mid work tion wero injected into tho muscular Giacoino Horin, one of tho lending citi- ing movement over the grass has n cuTho tissues of thighs of two patients. Tlsj zens, who is now engaged In preparing riously bewildering effect on Uio eye. on her is progressing mildly. most significant change thnt Is helng-mnd- Injections will bo renewed every ten the plans. When the storm is over, tho grass is Is tho slrciigthcnlng of her spar days CoNonissMA.V lliTTFliwoitTil intro- found in drifts ngnlnst the posts and s and putting duced a bill to pay Fred Ford, Into IT. wires of tho fences; theso collections redeck, cuttVng Inrslls a doner. c Pilot oi) tlm Kiitinwlm river, West h for two long down ono Btrongly of snow drifts. On Monday night ninety-fou- r men in cau- Virginia, Su.000 for properly lost and mind rides. December 10 (or so), lSbS, a terrible accus took a solemn obligation to unseat en Ices rendered to tho Government cident occurred on tho railway between Ingnlls nt nil hazards The attempt to during the wnr of tho rebellion. CounUrftlUrt Arreited. Candalalra und Guardin do la Esqulna. Mull Merrltt nnd his wife nnd Frow disrupt the caucus by flooding tho LegPf.1IKI.VS, nr.I'llr.HKNTATIVK of tho A cutting had become filled with thh Des Moines, la., islature with Grand Army petitions and wero arrested at voladora, and tho cngtnn sot fire to charged with counterfeiting coin. In crowding tho streets of Topcka .w u oaunltteo ou Indian Affairs. on tho Paja it passed. How ever, thanks mainly fs;:nd . liu men signally fulled. 'ILo Si. reported, with nn amendment, tho it as GrssAA'my their house the police ". Sil to open to n'tt lenient eertnlit oor-- to a sttltnble w ind, the train got safely .I full of metal, plaster of pari, uiuidn, :....i:.. MIt us of the Indian Territory known as I lliiwiiirh. litttm tne nttcrnoon of lira tiles und other tools. ls the Cherokee Outlet. of ten Senator lugulls fi lend wrc in lhe op same day the train ing to udiutt that his Inst hold wasp to Peatb. Vnlcnte, tho llrnrlllnu Minister posite direction, and tlio cutting liuu. in Hor.o Scared Jlr. filled nguln wlUi Oblppewas Still Threaten nr. A horse ttelonglng to Joseph Penroil pnscntejd his letters of recall U) tho the luenntlme beeonmTho wind wns, In llieso seed stems. Adjutant-Genereltgra car, rnnght hla first sight of an Mullen l'resUWnl, tin thu Blind, nnd Mr. Men a at Elkhart, Intl., Sunday, nnd becainn from St. Pilnrre thnt thero Is u- - thiiu doncn, his sneceshor, w as formally pre- this return journey, In such thudirection burning In tho hituntlon nround Tl f Kin sented to the President by Secretary ns to favor tho tendency of so frightened that ho fell dead. grass to set tiro to tho carriages. Thay Falls The Chlppcwns ci l Knud t Hlnlnc in thu afternoon. caught fire. About eight persons w ere Only Seven Widows Lea. threaten the whites, but It Is believed a Tiik Stnto Department nt Washingconsumed, hardly oven bones beLucy Decker Young, eighth w Ifo of judicious display of Winch t tors wi ton Is Informed of tho denth nt llorua, totally tell tho llflgham Young, is di'ad. There nro cause n subsidence of the trn le Tl Africa, on Jnnunry 18, of Lieutenant ing found tothe banks talc;u und eighteen In pitiable conescaped up only seven loft, Including Amelia Pol-so- troublo wns caused by the de rv ' tio Umcry II. Taunt, U. S. Commercial dition. tho favorite. of tint whites on tho rescrvn'iontinbv Agent to tho Congo Free Stnte. Tub Missouri House of Ilepresenta-live- s WOMEN Oh THE ARISTOCRACY. Too Many Italians Cowboyi Flfht a Duel, has adopted resolutions which One of tho pipo line contractors nt Ar- PiiincKsiJ IIeatrick prefers to bo adHilly" nnd "Dob" goning, cowIkub, fought a duel. Hilly Hellnlrv, O., ordered a Pittsburgh firm were presented to Congress on tho '.'3d, dressed ns Princess Henry, of Ilatten-berwns killed, four bullets huvlng hit him, to supply him two hundred ltnllans In recommending tho passage of n bill to prohibit aliens and unnaturalized forfind Dob, w 1th threo bullet In him, it Installments. Hy mistake two tlmu-san- d Tiik Queen has bought a lock of hair .Italians wero sent Monday, nnd eignersinfrom owning und acquiring real which lielongcd to Charles I.'s head tho I'lilted States. nnd tho estate nrrlved moneyless and hungry, ho lost It. s Tiik House Committed on Submarine Volcanic Eruption. contractor was not prepared to tako Quf.kn' Amki.ie, of Portugal, ia now alnnd Post Konds rcfeiTed to stilwommlt-tec- s Yolrauto dlsturh.uices In tho sea them, and a riot almost ensued K'foro tho Joint resolution providing for n most restored to health. She is the Clcnoa nnd Spczzln culminated they could bo quieted. Tho Unllltn prettiest ami most fascinating of Uio e Sunday in submailuo volcanic erup- Minister ut Waslilugton w as telegraphed commission to sco If increased facilities arc needed in Xew York sovereign ladles of Europe. tion. to for relief. of Spain received City; and two bills Introduced by Mr. The Fifty-Tw- o Miners Killed, Nineteen Ferioni Killed. 's present from tho Pope Taylor, Illinois, to reduce tho chnrgo of as a Tifty-twpersons wero killed by tho An avalanche at Florcsta, Italy, Mon- the registration of domestic mall matter a splendid mosalo of tho Madonna explosion nt tho Hlbcrnla Colliery at day destroyed eleven houses and killed nnd to establish a registered parcel post made at the Vatican factory. Oclsenklrche Germany. nineteen persons system. . AnciiDUCirr.ss Maiiia Dorothea is Illtl(lAIlli:it-Gl.M.IIAS. V. Hh.NKT, ono of tho beauties of tho Austrian Fell Into Vat of Boiling areaie. Murder and Suicide. Chief of Ordnance of the mm., was family. She is above tho medium thirty-five- , Charles Lurson, engineer nt Swift's Chris Abrnmson, ngi-packing-ho-t lo in South Omaha, whllo wanted to marry Minnie Roiiningan nt placed on the retired list, Imvliu height, with dark hair find .'yes and She la noted for her sklnimluir a vat of boiling grenso, fell Wcstport, Stearns County, Minn., Mon- reached tho ngo of sixty two yearn, ills fresh complexion. nnd w Hik- day morning, mid because she refused place has been a bono of contention charities nnd for her skill In piano In. He, crawled out uiinldc-ed norno distance to notify tho foreman. ho shot her dead und then blew out his among tho Colonels of tho ordnance playing. The Duchess d'Ozea has lost eighty Hu wns taken to tho hospital in Omaha own brains Tho parties wero well corps of the a nay for somo mouths nnd und died In terrible ngony. connected, nnd thu tragedy causes grout now tho contest seems to bo between thousand dollnra by the failure of Ray. Colonels Fhiglcr und WhlUeiitore, naud, tho banker whom sho met at the excileiiieiit. To Repair and Build Leyeei. Tin. total collection-- of Internal rev office of I.o Uaulols. Her connection during the first six mouths of tho with that paper lias altogether cost her Tho House Committee HR Lcveei and cnue Railway Wreck. Improvements of tho Mississippi rier, Hy a wreck on tho Georgia Pacific llscnl jeur ending dune SO, Ih'Jl, were six hundred und 'fifty thousand dollars, to report favorably tho bill road, east of lllrminghaui, Ala,, Engl-nehas decided 87B,ll07,m, an excess of W.tSIDOt.J us tho loss of which alio feels most uncom to appropriate 810,000,000 to repair nnd Hopper wns badly hurt utiil ia compared with tho collections during fortably wlUi threo grown-unhlhlrcn s build tho levees from tho head of Hi , brukeman, ntiino not known, killed out, tho conespoiidlr (f period of tin.' to settle. fiscal ear pauses to Ciilra right. n mln-inturhalt-rollinhnlf-driftinluber-(yilosls. tor-men- ta port-hairfoul-inc- tax-payeof cational Institutions not used or employed for tho prbxlttcenttslsjWHnd private or ccrporatc'irain. and whose Income la tho United SUisjjjJeijUhU High Tariff solely devoted to the cause of educatlou, waa Association c4.MflMrotccted monop adopted, getting a large majority. Yeas,x't olists in KciTcmWMyfct, it would bo in- hitter end. faithful naya. 10. to fcMjjjfp exact diagram of is The general duty of enforced Senators by tho Colonel Young alio increeded In getting structive emphasized and protectlo the 'through his amendment, exempting libraries, circumstances of tho time. Tho tkiBir ucuilal election special of tho United States have passed the Incomes ol which were absoibed entirely tn from bow until their own maintenances yeas 49, naya SO, la 18W. Ttselrt'W'Ais nt hat they peopletho issuo of tho fraud and forco Oovernor Uiiekner'a smeadaont. rcqsttag went were "tfiaa'H irih theMc upon bill, and by an unprecedented ot the State to add election tbo different communities Klnley tarUt lly, jjtvyjli a. jar being to their assessment the amount of Browerty majority they havo ordered Congress sV.l t ixfwer and apauea t thoreutrhlr which etlrrefl . 1 aaaswied therein, such, measure, SSViSHkfShSsMSf. JnjtiriWlst WJ not to enact any E1W. WW . inl -Msrt flf tTf"-- -' t. t An amendment to exempt an weinTiiiwcrrjiToTe'Hwit vSflK .Mg"VH(ttfil oprosoltDy any avWIShJe " w5a5?rKT rty was rejected: yrsa 87, and nays 31. '- crnoi( blWtheir pur disobedlcnco . The nail section was that providing for an phasls that of the supreme order of i 'I to untarlv to such annual tax sufficient to defray the estimated pose not t people. It is expenses of tho Btato Government, and also conscienceless wry. Do Uo tariff tho soverciim American containing the clauto which would cause banks barons expect eoaVnco these trillions especially tho duty of Democratic Sen st and all corporato property to be taxed upon of voters ia the sht't paco of le-s- than ators to leave nothing unilono mat lion-eIt wai the same basis as other property. to omit no honorablo men months that they niade device tocan do; calamitous reversal of adopted as It camo from the committee of tho twenty-tw- o prevent fools of themselves on whole. arrant tho people's vote. V Bcrtlons four and fire were also adopted it of November? Wero opposition hopeless, relaxation amended In the Whole Committee. Is fickle, bnt tU Popular enthusiasm opponent might bo In tho ronrentlon on the 21st several sections Is not A on tho part of tho of the report on revenue and taxation were will of Uio American peoplo excused. But opposition Is not hopelightly formed nor so lightly set aside less. Thollfo of tho present Congress finally disposed of. The Crst section provides that the fiscal year Tliero Is not a precedent In tho whole Un shall begin July 1 of each year. Section two of American, history to encourage tho nds wiUi tho third day of March. n by the Itulea Con.mllloo be recommitted, with provides that there shall bo exempt from as tho revolution In tho sullrago no monopoly-protectio- n 'propagandists in vccompllshed before that time, It can actual places of religious worsblp, part!ir'tlnn to reports resolution providing for tbo reullngof the Dlttrlct of Colombia appro-prlath- n sonages and houses of priests, growing crops tho hope that this American people, liver bo effected, and tho safety of bill and tettlng aprrt two dnyi and personal property to the amount of when it assembles, at tho polls in hime-rul- e elections will bo forercrmoro Mr Bnrlnrer (111 ), for tti consideration Tho list also Includes public libraries and 1893 decision asiirecl. will reverse the Sir, 'Hand (Ha) and Mr. Knloe (Tenn.) schools from which no profit Is desired. It is thereforo incumbent on It rendered at the polls in 1S90. thsvDeraocratlo Senators to obstruct tho also ipoko in eupport of the ponltlon Churches in cities are allowed one fourth ot an Ukea by Mr. MeMll'ls. The Speaker mad? a sere of land free, of tax. and churches la the The almost unbroken precedent Is that prepress of tho fraud and forco election etateirent of hie petition. The dobale, ho laid, country are allowed two acres. Section I au- the principles and the policies which blllby every means permitted by while lomlnally upon the approval of the Jour- thorizes the Leglslsturo to levy an annnat tax carry, by a decisive sweep, in tho mid law. Tho rules of tho Sen-at- o nal, bal really been upon Iho propriety ot Cer- which shall be suffle'ent to cover the estimated term Congressional' elections prevail tain riling., Tho Journal wa npproiod by s expenses ot the State. They shall bo levied have not been altered. Ong law thing loto. The DUtrlct of Columbia Appro- and collected by general laws, and applied to also in the Presidential elections two does hot prevail, and tho privileges of years later. Nobody knows this better a fret deliberative body must bo exertpriate bill then paned without further publlo purposes only. difficulty, and the Houio went Into onmirlttts Section 4 provides that all property ttu.l be than the wealthv and successful manu ed to tho utmost to prevent revolution. of Iho thole (Mr kurrowa. ot MlcOlcan. In the taxed at Its fair cash value, estimated at a who havo resolved to put N. ". Star. chair) oi the naval appropriation bill, general (rice It would bring at a fair voluntary tale, facturers their best "effort for Uio perforth debate Velng limited to four hours Mr. llou- - and provides, further, that If the person authorFREEDOM AND FORCE. telle explained tha bill, ami without disposing ized to assess value for taxation shall Commit petuity of the McKiuley ideas of taxa of U thl committee roto and the Houio adjourn-rd- . any gros.s or willful error In the performance tion. The Iifamoua Attempt to Thwart thoof his duty, be shall be deemed guilty of misAs there is no hope of obtaining a re tVlll or the People. SI WAfllHOTOi, Sis ATX. Only feasance, and, upon cons Iction. shall forfeit 2.1a Last spring when tho McKlnley bill tb Irty eight fenatort rr.pondeil. but a. 11 la office and bo olhcrw so punlthed, a msy bo versal of tlio popniar.Tcrdict by tho or dinary engines of political discussion, was before- the liouso it was tho con-staIho rcqultlte nuniter to make s, quorum provided by law. (forty-flrehad appeared, lhe lat being Mr. At 5 provldet tho taking or receiving by their principal trust must bo in tho organs that cry of tho high-ta-x drlchjand builnett wat proceeded with. Mr. any officer of any Interest, profit or perquisite! favorite-- Republican arguments of Uio duty of tho Republicans in Congrcsa Cocknll thereupon returned the floor tn order arising from the loan ot publlo funds In hit to oojlnue Lit argument against the cloture hands, or moneys to bo raised through hla bribery, forco and fraud. They will was to pass It at onco, and thus redeem as cheerfully in tho promises made to tho peoplo by tho submit to reioletlon. The meaiore was discussed pro agency, shall bo guilty of a felony, and punished and cn until! p. m. when Mr. AUrleh atked M maybe presortbed by law, a part of which 1603 as they did In 188S. If tho condl convention of monopolists who placed unakimoua content for a vote. The Democrats punishment shall be his disqualification from tlons seem nt all favorable to success Mr. Harrison in nomination. Said tho objected and the Ponato recessed until Satur office. they will ladle out their dollars to cor- Chicago Journal: "Tho duty of tho Redayyiarnlng, Tho Convention spent Its morning session on rupt tho election of 1893 oven more publicans in Congress Is plain. They the JJ In consideration ot lhe report on municiItfcur Mr. Cooper (Ind), rising to a que lionj.f privilege, sent to the cletk't dcek and palities. The second section, as adopted, limits llberallr than they did to elect Harri ahould pass tho bill, and hasten its pashud read a resolution, offered by Llia on the maximum rnlo of taxes for municipal pur son in 18SS. All the power that tbo sage by a fair and uncompromising uso I last, making certain charge against poses at.t 1 1) on 1100 of taxablo property in cities "control of the purse-string- " givea them When the Commissioner of Tensions, and asking for of over fifteen thousand, nnd limits It to tl tn over their employes .and others with cf their power In both houses. this advice had been followed thero a brtadenlng of the Im estimation of that off- cities of less than that population. dealings will were citizens nppallcd at tho assurance icial. This resolution had been referred to tlio The highest loto for County purposes Is fifty whom they havo business telcet committee examining pretlaus charges, cents in one hundred dollars. be exerted to tho fullest. that for many years the, country must and tn lhe llthof Septomler tho chairman of se l)y Section 3. aa adopted, no county, city, or Hut all this will not suffice, and tho be cursed by protection run mad lhatlommlttee (Mr MorrllL ot Kansas,) had mun'clpaltty, shall in any year become Indebt-e- t factory lords are not depending on it monopoly controlled tho upper beesMlrtctcd to rcrert tfcs rolMion, Wh or revenue profor more than tho income had teter performed that duty. Iteferred to vided for that year, and all appropriations In A part of their work Jiss been lnn to House. It was not thought nosxlbla to their hand by Hon. Robert Protection destroy the power gained by Uio manuCominiteo on Rules. Debate on the naval iolatloa shall be void. bill was then contlnacd until ad. Porter, whom they thrust into control facture of rotten boroughs In tho InterWith the close of this week the Convention JournVient. has been In session about one hundred and of tho eleventh census for the purpose est of the men who wero to profit by Wajiiinotos, Jan. U Senate. Messrs. twenty five days, nnd the estimated cost up to of robbing of representation constitu the levying of taxes upon tho people. spoke acalnil the cloture this time exclusive of printing Is eloao to I'J.-lOSisvarl and Mo-gThere aro yet to be considered thirteen encies who object to being plundered In the passage of tho bill there was exr.fc on the Eiccilons mil and Mr Panndert In fair calculation will take for tho enriohDtent of a favored class ercised what was deemed by tho organs . Issor of both. Democrats refused to agree reports, which at on which uta a date recessed a vote may bo taken and aboutIt four months yet to complete. the new In a favored Jection. A good many for whom the Journal spoko "n falrnnd So Is the general Impression that II fccnale until Monday electoral voteb nnd a good many uncompromising uso of power in both 11 'ME The majority attempted to filibuster Instrument when completed will cost not lest Congressmen opposed to monopo- housus." If tho murmuring" wr the than ti&ouo. aral it the approval of tho Journal, but were Upon tho record thus made Iho Dem State Indicate any thing, this will be so much ly protection linve thus beeu gulleu p citshort by Us summary adoption by tlio rid of. Still, with tho growing political ocratic party w ent to the people without ans The Ns'val Hill was taken np, but not thrown away as tho prevailing discontent has caused s widespread belief among the delerevolution in the West, tho protection- means to offset the funds poured Into uJred of. Wamiinqtos, Jan. -S- r..vATr.-Tlio debate gates that their work is going to be rejected. are ists nro far from seeing their way clear. tho coffers of tho Republican committee. lhe report on Judiciary, on watch there cs th' cloture role was Interrupted by a mo-tie- s Tho forco bill is; therefore pressed with Relying solely upon the intelligence of ly Mr Wolcott to take up the apportion-cen- t even minority reports, will bo next taken up. all tho money nnd all tho power of tho people, such a victory was gained ns Tbo Constitutional (Convention on the JUa albill, and It prevatled-yc- at 31, naya M. ot the municipaliLeague. Tho hostile causexl the ultra ovening organ to regret senaot Cameron, Jones iNevl, Stowtrt, most finished consideration were mads In the the High-Tari- ff repnrt, and few changes ties Teller, W'ashbnrn and Wolcott all Kcpubllcans votes that Porter has spared, and that ruined text reported from Committee of the Whole. can not bo bought or bulldozed in tho the passage of a bill which had exist-r- otln with the Democrntt. The bill was Its party and endangered tho very 'Pho subject will probably be dltposed of la a l'ctl-lion- s real a id laid aside till X p m., usual way, are to bo suppressed in 1893 ence of a system to which it believed for and aeiftust the Conger lard bill were few dayt. hy this revolutionary device which a tho prosperity of tho country was due. presented. The bill to pension General H.inks DANGEROUS SEEDS. & conspicuous organ of the protectionists Again the mill bosses are tn tho suiliUe. reported, also tho army appropriation .'I ley 1 He I'll In Hallway Cuts and Obstruct till has declared "has s doen tariff bills" in Onco more the peoplo aro menaced by n. IJorK. The usual skirmish on the approval the Trains. if. If tho West objects to paying trib-ut- o comblnntion which seems possessed of teor. place, rjul was nnally el ine journal A remarkable grass, we aro told by a to New England the West must bo power sufficient to throttle any future yrs ill, imjs 107. The lloute then traveler, is tho Pnja voladora. This muzzled In Congress by negro and scala- expression of tho populnr wllL Quay, tent into Committee of tho Whole on the navy grows In tufts, not unlike those of a wag Representatives elected In tho Soutli the silent, vies with Hoar, the blovlnnt, Impropriation bill. After debate the Committee From slender by Benjamin Harrison and forco bill sroji', tho bill was pas so J and tto House small Pampas gross. in prepnring for tho peoplo a causo for In addition to those acted upon In Ih' Commit-te- e of the Whole being offered and voted upes. Tbs educational amendment, exempting edu- robbery. toffiMtlo '& . In blpw which ?it mi) ..r. ...hii, f''f t r! tht'th in Jts slm r.1 returning boards. In order to appease thn hnnjrer of somo few hundreds of g monopolists tho nim is to revolutlonlre tho whole fabric of government in frco representative blood-suckin- America. The, census, which tho constitution makes theluasisuiuiii iil .j,-- . --- .r..r through tho ready coftnlranco of nn nllen mercenary who has earned his living ever since ho came to this country by making figures lie for tho Republican party. Hoar, Edmnnis, Fryo and tho rest of tho Now EliB'ind desperadoes tsm now striking nt thenwt of free electlous. It is the jrrecdlest and most disgraceful conspiracy that eicr came to the surfaco in Wnsliiiwton, The consnlrators may bo sure of ono thlmr. ThhV is a big country nnd it is very strong; The American peoplo nro lotl they can take caru a of themselves nd they will do It When they nro thoroughly tired of this foolishness thov will stop It nnd they nro very weary already. St Louis Repub-- 1 hard-heade- d no. DETESTABLE PROVISIONS. The Teudenry f ltepubllcnn Methods to " . Fre Vote ctmtot over the fraud and forco clectloJWill thero Is evldenco of a tendency on, tH). part of the more Republicans to press amendments to tho measure calculated to Uiwrthrow is III tho pro- the attention of the country to modify its odious imperialism. The suggestions have value as calling "Six-shoot- g. bo-fo- ro Post-ofilce- pott-offic- Qucen-Rcge,- New-Year- o iii t. al cr p pre-ylou- visions so dcXestablo that even the strongest Republicans hesltnto to accept tliem lint they hnvo another and They a less agrceablo significance.. evince tho effect of tho pressure of tho floater fund machine, for aid to tho nroiect that has become tho favorite of tho Administration, because in no other way U thero reasonable prospect of overcoming the populnr majority against tho Republican party. A free vote und a fair count would mean tho election of a Democratic Prtsldcnt and another Democratic House of Representatives in 1893. Trained to reliance on tho methods of Intimidation and chicanery, the imperialistic chiefs fall to seo that their treasonable efforts can have no other result thnn to render tho popular uprising against them irresistuniversal. ible nnd woll-nlgThe most noteworthy of thu modlfleu, prnjKMcil are those of Senator tlons Teller and Senator Stewart The former set ks to provide for the exercise, by officers of elections, of ministerial powers only, us distinguished from hllo tho latter proposes that judicial Oongn Ioaal Whigs under tho new statute should take place on a day different from that upou which State nnd local i ilieluls aro voted for. The former amendment, if adopted, might have wqio undency toward curbing UlU CS- h rebellion compared with which the Mo- KlnleyTjill was a bonlson. It has bcen- nnnouueed that tho forco bill contains within itself a hundred tariff bills. If tribute-taker- s can count for themselves ns demanded by the ruling Czar, then need thero bo no compromise of any inmonopoly seeks dustry when pap-fefurther largess at tho hands of Its Delano and his trumvirato tools. may tako tribute for their sheep; mannfnctnrers of woolen goods may bo assured tho entire homo market, closed by n tariff wnll over which not a garment shall bo brought, nnd joy shall be In the homes of protected Infnnti Tho patrlotlo laboring man shall bo forced to buy tho dearer garment mado by homo talent, und Congressman Dunham shall enjoy tho ehoaper raiment only by crossing tho AUnntlo for his summer jaunt But there Is a roverso to this picture. It Is something moro than a Fourth of July lioast that the people aro supremo In this land. Oligarchies havo fallen before that power; tax despots It and teemble. Wise pamay yet triots engrafted on our fundamental law tho provision that tho popular branch of Congress should originate financial measures. For a few moro days rcpii , dlated statesmen may enact laws. Foi so long tho peoplo mny bo defied by men who havo been tried In the balance und found wanting. But tlio day of reckoning nears, and with It will como the opportunity for a triumphant Democracy to prove its right to popular support. Tho people's representatives They will hold the should not bo loosed till every vestige of the forco bill bo wiped from tho statute-book- . Lords of high estate have been made to feel even under a monarchy the power of popular disapproval. Shall cltlycns of a free Repub d h---1 purse-strings. lio bo less powerful? Chicago Times. NOTEsTROMTrTE PRESS. Tlio Republicans In Congress nro so afraid and jealous of their ow n leading bills that ono bill serves as a club to kill tho other, with the ultlmnto probability that all of them will be destroyed. Iloston Olobo. Mr. McKlnley Smith You fellow s mny talk as much us you please: but wo Republicans aro going to keep right on sawing wood. Mr. David II. Jones Vou are wiso. You'll find this Is going to bo a pretty cold winter. Puck. Since it is the habit of tlm Administration to pro tide positions for ry in onlur pudluted statesmen It would for Mr. Harrison to send Mr. lllulr, nt to Now Hatspshln. out a.-- an omis-ur- y tho treacherous Indians. iu io..Ul them to death at the. first eonfetonee, und If ho failed the country uouM staiu' Ohluajjc tho Im with eiiiuiiimlty. Times. I' tP a, V i v&.s'JF'rXrb war., ... , . V-- mmmmmmm M". .f wvr" - , TZ.&& : - ' ., . "M -- . . ( MM,t---'- - -- Wc -- dc fli "- ' "'' i:wt tMa.- - A MMMtiuMiMiihiimi inisati V ."BBff-- v. drtfX-A.-k'd V ... IWWySktXi.l ff THE HICKMAN COURIER. Publish!. Eviry Friday by - rdHKr GEORGE WARREN f Hlokmnn, Kentucky. Dfflre-Jack- son THE HICKMAN COURIER. THH OLDEST NEWSPAPER IN WESTERN KENTUCKY. FINE JOB PRINTING ICXKOUTICO WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH. BALE DILLS, Btreet, next door to Oily H1L ENVELOPES, LETTER HEADS, BILL HEADS, INVITATIONS, ETC., ETC, 15. CSEORCE WARREN, Editor. Pricoof Subscription, $150 current TOPICS. A New Your cloUilrif '" Tnylor. Cutting ,fc Co. O.tr. of the Slnut warriors Is tunned "Hlg Turkey." 'Iuriik wcro2l,R.Vi denths In Chicago Inat year, 80fl being suicides. Qukkn VirrnniA la assisted by fire molds when she makes her toilet. Tiir.liK nre about SS.000 teachers In tho public schools o( Fcnnnylvotila. Kauri, the Prusslau guiunakrr, has n nntiiinl Incoino of nloul$l,00,000. At present nlno Amcrlcnn women are matrimonially engaged to titled foreign- KSTARLISII I0D ITTrist On- 1851). JIICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY. JANUARY A SEVERE STORM INDIAN COTJNOILOnS. (Irnrral .Mllm' Mrlrrllon for the Wathlnx In ITcieut Thrlr an .lunkrl-Clil- rf. (Itlrvmiie to tlir I'rrn11ciit. (I"neral Miles has selected the follow-Ui- g named chiefs to go to Washington! Young Man Afraid of Ills Horses, American Horse, Fire Thunder nnd Hump, of the friendlles, and Little Wound, Hlg I'ond, Ho Dog, Two Strike, High Hawk nnd High Pipe, of tho hostllcn. Some surprise Is expressed over tho selection, as It won thought that lied Cloud would certainly go, nnd Kliort Hull and Kicking Henr havo been among the most pnmilucnt hostilcs. General Miles takes with him to Chicago Indians, who will forty go to Washington Inter on under tho care of tho Wnr Department. General Miles denln-that they should go U) tho CnplUil under tho gnldo of a military ofllecr. General Miles and stuff left for Chicago via. Itushville, at noon, leaving Colonel Schaftcr In command nt tho Agency. General Miles left onlers for the Ninth Cavalry to proceed to Ft-- Niobrara after tho departure of the llrulo Sioux for tho s 30, 1891. VOL. XXVgpO. S. CAIX AND SEE US. ttri rt. SEAL POACHINO - of the Allttiirlrl Srl Hot to About llrhrlnsS.a ltUB-!a- jr Mat- - or Bnow nnd Wind Viaito th Euotorn Btfiton, ttlilcti I ers. A nrsitiEjfT of fur 1109. Paw 1'nw, Mich., has a tax jiald by his ancestry In KMritr.s Avotsta will nccompany Emperor William nnd his wife to Kng-lanWniTic and more recommended Insomnia. Waiimkiiian onlon, catrn iuw, nro more as a euro for Tho Kuropenn edition of the Herald nn Interview, nt(.nmic, with publish Herman Llcbeson the llchrlng Sen controversy. Ho approves .Vcrotnry Illnlno'a course. Ho asserts thut tho teals aro bclnghuntcd todenth, and will Ikj cxtcnnlnatrd unle.vi iirompt mrnv urea ure luken. Knglnud will then luffer also, an flvo thousand p' rsons In London live by preparing the klns. Tho poachers with whom England sides arc not English. The crew i of tho Canadian senlers nre American teaman. Last year Jlfty-onvessels wcro engaged In pouching. Next Mason, If Lnglnml (tivch her protection, 150 ships w 111 Iw In Uk- busliir- -. This menns destruction o tho scaK 1, lobes, Mills, and Tevls pay the Oovcrnment 111 mal for every they kill nnd supply tho Inhabitants of their leased Island with medical o - TtlrcrntH snJ rir Itatnn WilliWire. Oilier l.lrctrln out of . tins music lias barred Metropolitan Theater, New .. world Is at lllonnwood, Tex., which contains 11,000 trees. OuitiA perfumes her hair with stuff that coatn J30 nil ounce. Them arc some advantages In lielng bald. Mil. Tlir.onoiir- - CAl.r and family hove petltlon-M- l t" IF1' Kr" legislature to liavn their name changed. Acfomn.Mi to the census report there are only 0.000 mrmWr of the Salvation Army In thn United Statu. Mns. I.ki.a.iii SrANronii has given no less than SM.OOO to tlio Kindergarten Association of San Francisco. Tiik constitution of the new State of Washington limits tho session of the Legislature to sixty consecutive days. The lato General Spinner mot his death from a cancer caused by an abrasion on the nose produced by cye-glaaa- TnTT)riiTtwrftaiTfreliarit,'fn"th markable. KAur.n Wnjir.i.M's sister, the Princess of Mrlnlngcu, has develol a talent for literature that is regarded as re- H.nooKi.TX has a crank who creeps up behind young irls In the street nnd snips off portions of their tresses with a scissors O.ik of Uio industries of London In the selling of sea water, which is do llvered at the purchaser's house for twopence a pillion. monarchies Thfiik are twentv-sland twenty-fivRepublics In the civil-lie- d worbL Sixteen Republic are In e Tub last rport of tho Illinois superintendent of education bring out the faet that there are still In that State IN log school houses. Tn 1'nlted States Treasury now hold In gold nnd silver In coins of all denominations, and bullion, tho hand-Min- e sum uf 5oi5,70,r.:7. Boutli America. Two l'ortU(-ii-s- c pugilists recently en iroircd in a nrira fleiit of 1.187 rounds. They fought six hour, u duy, stopping at noon to rat and smoke. Is to be erected ot the renter of a hugu granite drinking basin fur horses lu Milwaukee, at a cost of 515,000. Oovr.n.snn Itl'aari.l, of Massaclm-m-ttMilserlled t his oath of office Tlir.statueof Henry Hrrgh.lii brcnte, with his left hsud, a fact that Is being widely commented upon In Uiat State. Kiirdkiiick I. Amk- -, at ?i3,000,000, III rrckmint 15m ttiiit-r- t r,in In licstcs, nnd his cousin, Ames son of Oaken Amen, Is worth nix sit $10,000,-00A Swt.dhii engineer has Invented n machine for mnklng horseshoe nulls out of Iron rods. It makes 140 strokes per minute, each ttr?V producing two 0. tialla. A MTTt-r- . Cock of sparrows come regularly three times a day tc the window of a younff lady of llristol, V , to the cnmibs, which she tprendsfor them. Mns. Ki.izadktii I'doo, who died recently In New York, left SVti.OOO In snv clfie 1eiupsU, of whisl: etcr KO.O-rgoes to educational and charitable Institutions. A paiiukii In Holt County, Mo., has living rhlldrcn, none of twenty-siwhom are ninrrlrd and all of whom nre ! There nre eleven pairs of h"n twins In the family. Tiik pnMIe- - or that portion of It which tcllevcs In VIj,'kIii. will be ro that no mors assured at Mi earthquakra need b looked for until nliout the lth of Auffit, lTOt. ApcntirriiKrs Maiiia DonoTiir.A Is :l olio of the Irrautles of tho AuMrinn f...r.'.ly. She i sbcrc belj;ht, with dark hair nnd eyes nnd n fresh complexion. She Is noted for her charities and for her skill In plnno play-Ini- f. rc-re- lv x n lm-i;..kjc-JIiu- u iiaMny.weuld..sUrvcJJlc.'--C.r-- f Onn Is willing to ntmtaln trunr killing seals for flvo or six years to tho animals a chance, provided othors nro forbidden also. Tho reason M1 arc l Is that those killed nro mosttr females with young Out of flftythrco thousand skins brought to London this seasou by Kach-crninety-ninper cent, belonged to female. Llebcs docs not bellcro tlwro Ii nny danger of wnr In the matter which Is too small for England to fight slout. Vktonon vesThis swAon thlrty-nlnsels killed over forty thouMnd seals, whllo fourteen American thlp killed under fourteen thousand. Hi-- holds that America'M rights In this sen arc unquestionable, as those of Kinsln were A BTItANGp BTOHY. never cyictloned. As Hussla shooU all llcl.rrl liny llmnlltmi H.l.l to n Btllt poachers caught on her side ot the sea Llilnc. 4iiioiic Vbcro Is no jMmchlng thcro. Tho startling niniorhas Wen brought to Lcnlston Idaho, by n ranchman FATAL CIOAIIETTE. named Snnford that llohcrt liny HamilIt Mill rarl7-r.lt- it lrn sn.1 Wnand. ton, who was reported to havo been NTentj-OnHamm ot Wbora Will 1I drowned In the Snako river while huntn( Thrlr Injnrlrs. ing lost June, is still alive nnd enjoying Further details have been roecneil of good health. Sunord said ho learned tho terrible colliery explosion which this from men who worked on tjio hap;cucd on Wednesday at Jusovka Hamllton-Sargenn- t ranch. From Ihcso deiKit, near Charkor, Raulo, Tlio ex- remarks ho gleaned that there was plosion caused a fire to break rat in a cloud upon Hamilton's life, nnd three pits. Tho owners and managers he wnntcd it to appear to the world ot tho mines tried to descend Into tho that he was dead. Tho corpse of a burning pits, but tho fumes of the gas man who very much rcvmblcd Hamilwero so heavy and oven'owcr r.g that ton wns secured and placed In the river they were compelled to dcut In where It w as found, nnd tlio Informathou efforts in tliU direction. Kvcut-uall- y tion given out that he was dead. Tlio a rescuing patty succeed In laliorers s.ild scleral prominent pcoplo altering the mines and reaching tho were In tho secret that Hamilton was riitoiubcd men. A f tor considerable la- still living, and that ho hud gouo cither bor and danger tho rescuers brought to Australia or Alaska under nn asto tho surface tho bodies of twenty-eig- sumed nuine. of the miners who had been killDynanilU Under House,. ed. They also rescued ninety-onmen The fourth Instance in which h.onses who were In nn unconscious conlitlon. These Jotter w ens all badly burned and In that vicinity havo been blowu up braised, and twenty of theoi subse- with dynnmlto occurred nt Hluefleld, quently Mict'iimbcd to their hi juries. W. Va., Sutunlay night. Tho home of It Is sali I the explosion was cnuvil by a James Collins was demolished Thurs day night. Moses Henry's store was man lightliig a cigarette. partially wrecked on tho same night, nnd William Itoan's dwelling was deMININQ ACCIDENT, molished nml several persons Injured. Twit llanilrr.1 Mlurr In lhatiW iluw.l. Three orreslw have Wen Hindu us ti re.if III l'.rlh. explosion Sutunlay night. The of a coal mine, three sult of the The town Is terrorized. miles fnuii Kvnniiton, Wyo., bunu-Thursday uMcniooii. It wan a dry Tour Mca SUled by Tratni. wooden structure nnd was consumed A telegram frcm Gnllitrln, Pa., says rajiidly, This destroyed the means of sapplyhig fresh air to the SCO men that two unknown men were struck by working lx'iicnth tho surfscr. The a trnln Sutunlay night nnd Instantly ramp was in n panto at once. Tho mine killed. O. L. Shorts, n Pennsylvania lamps wcro extinguished nnd tho men railroad brnkrmiin, wns struck by a scrambled for an opening. Nearly nil passenger train, at East Coneuiangb, wcro well nigh exhausted on Sunday, und Instantly killed. An unllroth-crcoming to With light. nlr known man, employed by Ilrown was contractors at Krlng's Stutlon, shut off from nlor, the supply In tho shafts nnd rooms wns struck by a train Sunday nnd killed soon used up nnd nil began to smother. Internal BmaU-poDozen are prostrated. The rush f tl)o The Court nt ltrussoU goT-- s Into Unfrantic men wns something Ilnudolu Hires Prince til well In tho main entrance und only mnunitng for stated that the real causa months. It is exit they gruw weaker at each step, of his dentil w irs Internal varloln, a new gasping for . It Is thought all In Iimsseli escaped. Tho wives and children of tlio form of dUeaw observed lately. The King has ordered the fnyt miners wero frantic Tho mine which Ci ths PriziC"'" dentil roiui'aliNl from was operated by the Central I'uclflo will his uunt, Prlncei.1 Curlotlii, be olovd for some time. of Mexico. Railway Wreck la Gesrcls. It Snowed run. An outgoing pantengcr trnln on the During the snow storm nt Nashville, Central railroad of (leorj'la ran Into n Tcnn., Sunday morning couiijlesi small on nn oin'ii switch near llsh were seen to full. Tlfey wcro iwltch enj-in- o (In. 1'ugtnerr Wuter--' Ft McPh'-rsoabout mi Inch long, nnd resembled tho house, rireuinii Wright und Conductor enrp or mullet, lite greatest number, Ennls wcro badly brulsaL Several fell on llroad stn-ct- . Somo wero found passengers wero hurt; none seriously, on Union street, several blocks aw uy. 4 aro Indians fmn AlanVa, In number four lunidred, nn4 but for tho fad zsi sscU 'lbs ya exU-nnluat- s, e o telegraph and telephone telegraphic communication Id pntcltciilly Mlspendcd. 'Iho Western Union wires nt Hurrlsburg, Pn., nro working westward, but Philadelphia, licudiug iiiul Washington nro shut out, while llultlmoio nnd Now York nro being reached by n long and circuitous postal route. Tho has communication no at ulL Sixty breaks have been found toupoliit a few Dulles outside of Hnrrisburg. It will take a month to repair nil tho wires. It Is feared the high waters in tho Susquehanna will causo dfllBj4Beol.6'rtsia-iolutbadly situated for n Hood. Tho storm which set In at 11 o'clock Saturday night, nnd continued until noon Sunday In New York, w ns the severest of tho season thus far. About six Inches of mow fell, und It wnrt of tho wet, clinging kind that fastened Itself to every thing It touched, loading trees until they weru shorn of their brandies, or fell prostrated with their truuks snapped as though they had been mere twigs, and clinging to thn electric w Ires until they gave way under the pressure nnd broko In all directions, or until the poles on which they were strung fell, crushed by the immense wcljlit. Hit- - The eastern part of Pennsylvania wns visited by n severe snow-storSaturday and Sunday morning. Passengers from Philadelphia report that the storm ws cry severe there, great hnvira lo wires, nnd tele-nho- "" r, ht e s, 11m-lU- nw-fu- bn-tilh- was elected P. S. Senator from North Dalto-1- 2 ! Itt l"lri nn 1'ie scTrnteenth ballot. Tho Di'inocratle oto went to Ilnnsbrough. Tho unr u Pierce was owing to the manner in which ho dislliin-.broui'iO-""-- Snstor ninibrouth Hit Ksine. lute General Lester II Fuulkncr, charged with wrecking the Diinsvlllo Hunk, plended guilty to m iking n fnlso added virulence of ucriim fniin tho IkxI-le- s Submarine Volcanic Eruption. to tho Comptroller of Currency, of many patients Is as dangerous as reimrt Volcanic dlsturbiuiccR In tho sea be(lint of those cmenatlni; from deml bod- mid wuh sentenced to tho lbany tween Genoa and bpczzln culminated for flvo j curs ut hard labor ies. Sunday in submarine volcanic erupE. Elwood, of Mount Morris, Mich., tion. Cemui Enumerator Acquitted. pnessed he would die nine years hence. At St-- Paul, tho jury in the case of J, Fifty-Tw- o Miner XUled. Ho was so sure of It that ho had his 0, Vervals, Fifty-twpersons wcro killed by tho tombstone created and dated 1600. Ills was chargedtho census enumerator who prophetic vision wns nt fault, as he has brought In a with making fnlso returns, explosion nt tho Hlbcrnln Colliery nt verdict of not guilty. Gclsenklrche Germnny. just died. n cost tho Government Smuggled Opium. It Fell Into Vat of Boiling Create. year to print tho Congressional Hecord. During tho trial of an opliyn smugCharles Lurson, engineer nt Swift's has been slgnrd for tho gler Collector of Customs llrudaliuw, of pnchlug-)iOTtTiik contiact In South Omahii, whllo erection of n building for hygienic In- tho Pugot Sound District, testified that skimming a vat of boiling grease, fell to tho I'lilvcrslty during Ills entire term not a sluglo can In, IIu crawled out unaided nud will listruction, ns an annex ?,,,tt J''0,ooo, tho en- of prepared opium hud Ik en entered for of Pennsylvania, ed Hoinu distance to notify tho foreman. tire expense of which will bo borne by duty. This shows to whut unt Ho wits taken to thu hospltM in Omaha Henry C Lea, nnd will be tho first smuggling Is cm i hd on, und died lu terrible agony. structure of tho kind In America, Valuable Hon Dead. To Repair and Build Leveet, O.nk of thu largest hogs In America, A dUpntch from Horaellsvllle, N. Tho House Committee ffl Leveei and If not In fact tho largest lu tho world, saya that tho young stallion Certulnty, Improvements uf tho Mississippi rlwr, wns renred by n Junction City (Kim.) owned ut tho tnun. 'J'lm length was 8 feet nnd 0 nt Cuba, Is Emplro City stock farm, has decided to report favorably thu bill deml. Ho was owned by to appropriate $10,000,000 toivpuirnud Inches', girth of ikjcIc, OX fectj girth of IVIlliam center of body, 8 fpcti width ncrovi t)i and was cJlmpsou, of New York City, build thu lcrces from tho head of the pauses to Cittro nOW, UJps, 80 Inches; wplght, 1.63J jjouni'sj. Pfiil-teutiur- y o a IIi.ankkts nre loaned to the por dur-In- jf tho winter months, frro of coht, by n klndhenrted rltlccn In llninswlok, Oennniiy. They nro stamjicd, to pro-vethem from IndnR sold or pawned, nnd they aru, returned nt thoclosoof the cold weather. Tlir. moist precious bit of tog flesh outside of a cminiiuff ffrnyhound Is , In,' to quit riifflnnd for America. Tho noble nulinal Is the St Ilcrnnrd, Sir Ilelvldere, sold by T. II. Oreen to K. II. Sears, of IloMon, for 0,500. This doff Imsn't asyet left n prlrc untnkrn. n tho other At a Rerninn In cvenlnif partnem wero nllotted by which means of n tho names of tho women printed on u dainty roll of chocolate. Sin Moiini'i. Mackkmzii" objects to lui'Ko hohpltals on the ground that tho llo-tofur-lilsh- Tj!K v.;i..rl.l Vrnneh author. Jules Kiuinn, does the jjrenter part of his wrltliiK whllo In lied. ll lle (Inton Ills bnck and writes on a tablet of paper held nlioTo him. Despite thUr.xtraonll-nar- y poMtlon his chln(rraphy Is a innr-vc- l of neatness. tributed patronage fitThe revenue cutter llenr Is ted for sen nt Sim I'rnnclseo, and work on her is pnvnWuig rapidly. Tho most significant change that Is being inndo Ih tho strengthening of her sinii" nnd putting deok, cutting for two long four-inc- h down port-hoU'- 9 ji Oetttng Heady for Seal Foacberi. riflea. 140 American pork int unman. In tho German HeiehsUg Friday n Counterfeiter Arretted. motion was made to repeal tho prohibiMutt Merritt nnd his wife nnd Frow tion of. the Importation of American pork. Af(er sxuno dlfiiisslon tho mo- wcro arrested ut Des Moines, In., tion wiw put to n vote, and was dofcatcd charged with counterfeiting coin. In their house tho police found n tin pull by 1SS to 102. full of metal, piaster ot parts, molds, fllca and other tools. Hslr to Ttircin Dks.4. Prlnto llaudoiiln, nephew of King Hone Scared to peats. Leopold nrtd heir to liff" fcrtne of A horse lielonglng to Joseph Pennxl Is deml. Ho died In llnissels nt 8 o'clock Friday morning, '1 ho cause of caught lil Urst alght of nu electric car, his death Is alleged to haw been nn at- atElkhnrt, Ind Sunday, und liceamrt so frlghtcucd. that he fell dead. tack ot bronchitis. Uel-glu- Only Seven Widows Left. Cnlneie Driven Out Lucy Decker Young, eighth wife of All tho Chinese 'tftindr-- , men nnd laborers hmo been driven fiomtho townt Hflghnni Young, is dead. Thcro nro of Western, Atheuu nnd Adams, Oregon, only seven left, Including Amelia Fol-soby a mob. tho favorite. . Bank Wrecker Doiti. In tho United States District Court,at Albany, N. Y,, before Jui'to Cox, Friday, James Fuulkncr, u binther of tlo Flgat a Duel Hilly" nnd "Dob" Ar- gonlng, cow bos, fought a duel. Hilly was killed, four bullets having hit htm, nnd Dob, with three bullets In him, la Cowboy "Six-shoot- erclso of arbitrary power bysuMrdl tlio Systematic (Koery ljr the Mmiop-ollatl- o nates, and the latter would prevent cen Ihe degradation of local elections by Wrconil frsail Tarty, i'tnsTcn, Jan. Dawei Property in Kontucky Exomptod Tlio nigh Twl4flA5ctat'on of pro- tral despotism. The bayonet would By tho Now Constitution. rrecma iwlltloii. tigucd by three ex Congressover tected monopolist lield one of Its peri- still bobut Its every ballot for ernor ,1 Utaehusstl ami many ollior ill baneful gleaming would odical lovcfcast in "tn Eastern city the man, Un'i)iW tten ot lhat Sltto ami of New Churrhm, l'nrauiingr, riibllol.llirarleaanil for mem. l oriy Ming that Ocneral II.tuTk my bo Hdiouli from hlrli .Vii other dny, and Waolred lo push the not affrent tho eyes of voters ofllccrs a U llralrnl, pl tt the retired list of the army. tin maliw,1teofa)ly tarlfl taxes bcrsof Stato Legislatures or crusade (IrowhiK Crop, and I'erannal PropMr Aldrlcb made n tffort totrlnir tip or town erty tn a Cerlnln Amount. perpetual in this .( try. Conspicuous commonwealths, municipalities the cfcivr, rulo teioluilon, but t held off by Hon. Holicrt ships. modlflcallon tho pnnocnitle tnlh on the election bill until The Conslltutlonsl Convention on the 19th, among the brttaMwas No has been proposed, neary ibo hour of ndjournmrnl, when Mr. passed a few amendments to Section S of the Protection Ports?. has devoted all Ocerto innriled him Iho floor fur U'St purrote. Itevenun and Taxation report, when the disJsnlspent Ufa and of a nor can any be ottered, thnt will render tho resources t minds. tho bill tolcrnblo to liberty-lovinJlt"l-O- n of tbomoit exelllne cenwof covery that no quorum was present wat made perverted srWjRf'K no tas bill, Ci,reii took place In thn Houiil- - tbU and pioccdIngs c&mc to a sttni-til- l. tOTl-sa- a remain great, Tlie fraud and forco election Senaproving that a aflcjosa. Atono time It wa tbought tbo Section two, wblcb wat abandoned Monday whether modified by the allver fmtr ould eomo to blow cro the afternoon owing lo "no quorum," was again rich nnd pirosps! 4lrby submitting tors, with tho bayonets hooded by Hoar, and gigantic cheerfully sltlylliklinj the political iiartlc and Ibe taken up on tba Mthr numerous amendments or wltli them unvniled by Quay, is radm, Had to to lnvokid to In addition to those acted upon In lbs Commitrobbery. ically and essentially vicious nnd treaThe troublo waiotcr tbo tee of the Whole being offered and voted upon. In viol of th ifffiiDg blow which sonous. Under any circumstances It Jouraal. After tbo eicttcment ta Tbe educational amendment, exempting eduof lb 0wtued by the action of MlUe, of Tex- cational Institutions not used or employed for tho producers, toiiVtttnd members of Con-grbe tho as, Vs4 labiideiL and thn Journal baJ been this High Tariff would to fight duty of proposition to tho private or corporate gain, and whose Income tt the United St such a HI to Itn. tho House went solely devoted to lb causa ot education, waa Ion p.ISfclyprotcctcd monopend- sty, wamlttea of tho whole on tho adopted, getting a large majority. Yeas,B( olists In NovemiSOst, It would be in- bitter general duty of falthfnl Senators Dl'tnet appropriation bill No action nat ta nayt, 19. structive to )ttMiW'exnct diagram of is The ken,fli4 trading ilebwo the commll tee arose Colonel Young alto succeeded In getting emphasized and enforced by tho sbd JW !oue adjourned, of campaign special circumstances of tho time. Tlio through bis amendment, exempting libraries, tho protectloBlstwenKf uttal election wnirroi, Jan. St. fixnaTB. Flllbutter-lo- g tbe Income ot which were absorbed entirely In from novr until ttwoh navopasscu evatc-of tattle wero employed on tba correction ot tbelr own maintenance; yeaa ta, naye'so. In 1892. Tlrt'atspf (V of hat they peopletho tho Unltcutho fraud and force Issue of upon the 3raa In regard to tbo action ot tho cloture Qorernor Ilnekner'a amendment, requiring want were fnr7'-i- i Mb; thoMo- an unprecedented 'ken Tuetd ay cvenloR The matter tbe different communities ot tbo Btate to add being election bill, anil by ordered Congress watittitt-- l all dar. nnd sv mlilaliht th Beni to their assessment the amount of property Klnley tarif! lVf majority they havo rWsn- - nnd excwtptea therein, wblcb ailrrca upsucn arum-- tnnrmncriilv tltr.lov l",fi Tjar.M.'wItU the Uiupisl not appraveo. IT::, not to enact any sucn measure, r.vcry ii. lrx 'CteA tm itm am - aiiiB -lHalfarilar rrna fiTimrlnlmlngW- rteTealti Ho&ebud Agency. - . Theywlll 1m.im- - V ie?"WTta-tiwe- r r w i ' -i,wi.nd. everrv Iallure.il iATv "jesswwai, -- atii. WKtdPSfr An amendment 10 exempr an rnonicipai prop mltinnnlnft )it n fI,.jUliiiipht nf ftnlflfcnu pi)ta.bnno jnrnat. but were rrevenled rrom i. nays 3L opposo it By an rr'nvaiTnMd1 racausis rnaklrlg thn ruling I.M l...lf..Hu n. ...Ill 1. ..!.. 4.. Uki i innnorK peechcabyKerubllcana.of the Spcakor, erly was rcjcclodi yeaa H, andproviding for an nhn.i.ti,.f ..r v ...... ,. o- o Tbo next section wat that by the supremo onferor ... l It wat re !.- Jly, LJ t. iieycnuo Jiiver Agency, tnc worn oi toiftd , ycl0,e doralo on lh0 .ict bm nti annual tax sufficient tn defray the estimated poso not Vi i t Mi untariy t a sucn sovereign American people. It Is (llsannlng tlio liullaiin la to lie contin- p. m., b I the Democrat rrevcntml tho tnklne expenses of tho Blato Oovcrnment, and also consclcncelt'ss r I ery. Do te tarlfl tho especially tho duty of Democratic Sencontaining the clause which would cause banks barons expect ued. The Sixth Cuvalry, lifter con- ef a totiby leaving the lloute, and breaking v'tneo these iillllons ators to lcavo nothing undone that honouoruDi and all corporate property to be taxed upon of lctj than ducting the Indians to lloncbud and It was of voters in tho she t spaco W'Atf sotos, Jan. St SasATR. After tome the aamo bails as other property. do; to omit no honorablo Cheyenne Hlver Agencies, Is to proceed dllatorjtactlci Ibo cloture rule was taken up adopted aa It camo from the committee of tbe twenty-twmontlis that they nodo est men can reversal of to Ft. Niobrara, and nt the expiration for debaa br a tola of M to W, btewarW Teller, whole. arrant fools of themselves on tht'th devico to prevent calamitous tho people's vote. of thirty days. If every thing rcmnlnn Joaei .'tad W'olcott (Itepubllcani) voting with Sections four and Are were alto adopted aa of November? hopeless, relaxation qule't, the First Cavnlry Is to return to the Denocratt. Tbe dobate continued daring amended In the Whole Committee. Popular enthusiasm is fickle, but (to onWcro opposition opponent might bo Ueday tho nart of tho In ibo convention on the list several section California, and, at the end of sixty days, Mr. McMIUin (Tenn ) took the Moot of the report on revenuo and taxation were will of tho American pcoplo is not Ilofr. excused. Hut opposition Is not hope- Major Henry's commuud Is to go to I'L forlhepurpoie ot Impeaching tho ruling of the finally disposed of. jiKiuiy lormeanorsonKmiy set nsiuei , .. -ii rv,,,,,..! ". Speator yesterday dcclarlrg dilatory bit (Mr Tbe first section provides that tbe fiscal year There h not o precedent In tho wholo Hoblnson. .. ... .,, thn, ,, of Marcl, Un. McMl!ln motion that the resolution reported shall begin July 1 of each year. Section two of American history to encourage 1llO bo by tb taxbe recommitted, there ' propagandists In licssthe revolution In tho suffrago can INDIANS ATTACK A RANCH. Intlni-tlon- KuleitoCon.mltle resolution providingwith provides that placet shall bo exempt from par- monopoly-protectioreports for ation actual of religious worship, fccompllshed before that time, it crops tho hope that this American people, liWcr bo effected, and tho safety of reullngottho District of Columbia sonages and bouses of priests, growing They Klre Vpon tlm ItHiirlimrn, but llo No the n bill and tcltlng aprrt two dayi and personal property to tbe amount of when it assembles at tho polls in hme-rul-o Hinur nf Tlirm tn lift urn elections will bo forevcrmoro Mr 'J ho list alto Includes public, libraries and for tti conmderailon hpnngcr (1U), Vnundnt nr Klltf-l- . decision 1893 will reverse tho Is thereforo Incumbent on (Ma) and Mr. Knloo (Tenn.) schools from which no profit Is desired. polls In 1890. astured. It An arrival from Lower Spring Creek Mr. Hand In support of the position ot an it rendered at the alio ipoke thU)emocratlo Senators to obstruct tho Churches in cities are allowed Monday brings the news of nu nttnek taken by Mr. McMlllln. The Speaker mado a acre ot land freo of tax, and churches tn the The almost unbroken precedent is that pn&ess and forco election of made by a party of Indians upon tho ttateaeatof bla position. Tbe debate, be said, country are allowed two acres. Section I au- the principles nnd tho policies which blllby everytho fraudpermitted by parmeans Nowbanks, shortly after while lomlnally upon the approral of Uie Jour- thorizes tbo Legislature to levy an annual tax carry, by a decisive sweep, in tho mid- liamentary law. Tho rules of tho Senranch of Noah cerbeen upon wblcb shall to cover the estimated sundown Satunlay night. New banks, nal, bat really Tbo Journal tbo propriety of by a expenses of be aufflo'ent Tbey shall be levied term Congressional' elections prevail ate have not been altered. Gnfj law tain rtUoga. was approved tbe State. his family and three men who are In rising role. The District of Columbia also In the Presidential elections two does not prevail, and tho privileges of t and collected by general laws, and applied to his employ had just finished their supyears later. Nobody knows this better a fret deliberative body must bo exertbill was then passed without further puDllo purposes only. disdIAcultr, and the House went Into cnmmltlre 4 provides that all property shall be than the wealthy and succcsslul mum per, nml wero seated In tho room Sectioi ed to tho utmost to prevent revolution. at s In the cussing tho alfairti of tho day, when, of the .hole (Mr Vurruws, ef Michigan,general taied at tu fair cash ralne, estimated aale, facturers who havo resolved to put N. "i. Star. chair) di the naval appropriation bill, price It would bring al a fair voluntary without a moment's warning, a crash- debate jKlng limited to four hours Mr. forth their best efforts for tho perand pros. Ides, further, that If tbe person authoriREEDOM AND FORCE. ing of glass was heanl, followed explained the bill, ami without disposing zed to assess alues for taxation shall commit petuity of tho McKinley ideas of taxa by the report of a rllle. Secur- of It tbl committee rote and tbe House adjourn, any gross or willful error tn the performance tion. The lifamoas Attempt l Thwart the of bis duty, he than be deemed guilty of and hli men rd. As there Is no hope of obtaining a re ing their arms Will of the l'eople. 1 WAgnsOTOf, Jan. BssATg. Only and, upon conviction, shall forfeit bit versal of tho popular verdict by tho or rushed out of doors, only to meet a vol- tblrtyelght Ecnators retondeil but at 11 10 office and be other w so punished, at msy bo Last spring when tho McKinley bill ley from a party of Indians, who had Die requisite numl-cdinary engines of political discussion, was before tbo House it was tho conto make n quorum provided by law. taken josltton atxiut one hundred and ffortydve) bad appeared, the last being Mr. Al Pectloa i provide tbo taking or receiving by their principal trust must bo in tho stant cry of tho high-taorgans that lifty yanls from the house. Fortunately dricb,and business was proceeded with Mr. any officer of any Interest, profit or perquisites favorite Republican arguments of tho duty of tho Republicans in Congress tbe arising of public funds none of the whites were Injured. They Cocknll thereupon resumedagainstfloor In order bands, orfrom the loanbe raised throughin bit bribery, forco and fraud. They will was to pass it at once, nnd thus redeem Lis argument bla moneys to tbe closure Immediately returned tho lire, and tho tooosJnue Tbe measure was discussed pro agency, shall begulliy " felony, and punished submit to as cheerfully In the promises mado to tho people by tho resolution. Indians retreated across tho Cheyenne. andean until i p. m. when Mr AUrlrb asked ns maybe prescribed by law, a part of which b'fi as they did In 1653. If tho condi- convention of monopolists who placed A vigilant lookout was kept upot tho unakknout consent for a tote. Tbe Democrats punishment shall be bis disqualification from tions seem nt all favorable to success Mr. Harrison in nomination. Said tho objected and they will ladle out their dollars to cor- Ch'cago Journal: "Tho duty of the Reranch all night, but tho Indians did not day Hurtling. the Senate receucd until Satur- offlre. Tbe Convention spent its morning session on rupt tho election of 18W even moro attack. Next morning tho return to the publicans In Congress Is plain. They Herat Mr. Cooper (Iml), rising to a que consideration of Ihe report on municiground was closely examined, ail ih tlonbt privilege, sent to the clerk's desk and tb Hi in The second section, as adopted, limits liberally than they did to elect Harri should pass tho bill, and hasten Its paspalities. 1889. purAll tlio power that tho sage by n fair and uncompromising uso grass was found to bo hadytad a resolution, offered by hltn on son In soternl places the Ibo maximum rate of tates for municipal I last, making certain charges against poses ut.ll M on II W of taiablo property In clUes "control of the " gives them stnlned w 1th blood, and from this it In When tbe Commissioner of Tensions, and asking far ot oter fifteen thousand, nnd limits It to II In over their employes. and others with rf their power In both houses. thought some of tho Indians wcro tills advice had been followed thcro brjadenlng of the Investigation ot that cities ot less than that population. dealings will were citizens appalled at the assuranco wounded. This re.oliitiou had been referred to tlie Tho highest voto for County purposes It fitly whom they havo business bo exerted to the fullest. tele committee eiamlnlng pre Ions charges, cents tn one hundred dollars that for many years the. country must RECIPROCITY aiidtnlhe litis of September tbo chairman of lly Section 3, as adopted, no county, city, or Hut all this will not suffice, and tho bo cursed by protection run mad lhattommlttee (Mr Morrill, of Kansas.) bad mun'clpulitr, shall In any year become indebtmonopoly controUed the upper lletwrrn Spain and IIib t'nltrd Matr.V , rjr beenillrccted to report the resolution, but be ed for more than the Income or revenue pro factory lonls are not depending on It VrtiinUlng Npnln Arerpta hii liitlUllnii had lever performed that duly, ltrferred to vided for that year, and all appropriation! In A part of their work has been done to House. It was not thought possiblo to their hand by Hon. Robert Protection destroy the power gained by tho manutu NrcotlHtt n Trrut)-Comtlltteo on Itules. Debate on tbe naval lolatlon shall be void. bill was then continued until ud Spain has accepted the proposal nf tho Porter, whom they thrust Into control facture of rotten boroughs In tho interWith Iho close of this week tbe Convention bat been In session about one bundled and of the eleventh census for the purpose est of the men who wero to profit by United States Oovcrnment for the nego- Journticut. tffenty-Bvdays, and the estimated cost up lo of robbing of representation constitu WAliliNOTO.f, Jan. 14 Senate. Messrs.1 tiation nt Washington of a reclproc.ty the levying of tuxes upon the people. printing Is closo to Iff, and Morgan treaty relating to Amcrlcnn trade with Hitvarl the Elections spoke against tbe cloture this time exclusive ofto be considered thirteen encies who object to being plundered In the passage of the bill there was exruon lllll and Mr. Saunders In lOJ. There are yet ox a favored class ercised what w as deemed by the organs , Cuba. In political circles It Is said thut fssur of both. Democrats refused to agree reports, which al a fair calculation will take for tho In a favored ectlon. A good many for whom the Journal spoko "a fair and the only serious (Umciuty lu the way or uia a dato on whlchavotomay Ite taken and alout four moniht yet to complete. general Impression that tb new electoral votes and a good So It ts tbe many uncompromising uso of power lu both lonnulutlng anil adopting sueli n tU s aale recessed until Monday II l;c-T- he majority attempted to filibuster Instrument when completed will cost not less Congressmen opposed to monopotreaty appears lo lie Hie A Inert art! si the approval of tho Journal, but were than Ji.'OM. If tho inurmurings over tbo ly protection luive thus been gotten houses." enns' Inflexibility on tho tobacco ques cuts' rt by lis summary adoption by tho Ec State Indloite any thing, this will be so much Upon the reconl thus mado tho Demtion. The Foreign MlnlsterMondiiyln p) ans. The Naral Hill was taken up, but not thrown sirs), ns the prevailing discontent has rid of. Still, with tho grow ing political ocratic party went to tho people without caused a widespread belief among the delerevolution In the West, the pnitcctinn-ist- a means to offset the funds poured into formed the Cabinet Council thut tho JJOStd of. The debate gates that their work Is going to be rejected. are nro far from seeing their way clear. tho coffers of tho Republican committee. American Government has forwarded u, Wamunutos, Jan. The report on Judiciary, on wnlcb there Hip cloturo rule was Interrupted by n mo not rmbodvlng bases for n treaty with ra a t j Mr W'olct lo tnko up the apportion-ite- t seven minority reports, will be next taken up. Tho force bill is therefore pressed with Relying solely upon tho intelligence of t Spjiln nnd the Spanish West Indies, InTho Ccnstltutional Convention on the Hlb al. all tho money nnd all the power of tho people, such a victory w as gained as bill, and It prevailed -- yeas CS, nujs :U. League. Tho hostile caused the ultra evening organ to regret cluding the exemption from duties of ynacs Cameron, Jones iNevl, Slontrt, most tlntshod consideration of tbe municipal! the made In the few Spanish sugars, moliisses, coffee nnd Tc.ler Washburn and Wolcott all Kcpubllcant ties report, and fromchanges were ot the Whole. votes that Porter has spared, and that the passage of n bill which had ruined Committee text reported tbe Democrats. skins, provided Spain reciprocates by -i- oI aatd with aside till a p m., The bill was Tho subject will probably be disposed of In s can not bo Innight or bulldozed In the Its party and endangered tho very existres laid usnal way, aro to be suppressed In ISM ence of a system to which It believed the exemption of imports from Amer itns for and agJlnst the Conger lard bill Pell few dnys. were by tills revolutionary devico which a tho prosperity of tho country wns duo. ica. Tbe bill to pension General Hunks r DANGEROUS SEEDS. . was reported, also tho army appropriation conspicuous organ of the protectionists Again tho mill bosses nro In tho saddle. Toe Ftrat American Tin Cup. Vi.l .'hey file I p In Italiwuy Cuts and Obstruct has declared "has a docn tariff bills" In Once more the people aro menaced by tt 111 Tnsllia. It-Tho first tin plate manufactured In iloi k Tlie usual skEriuitu uu ihe n,pioal If tho West objects to paying trib- combination which seems possessed of took place, but was finally A remnrknble grass, we arc told by is ute to New England the West must lo power this country Is on exhibition In Canton, ti tlie Journal 111, sufficient to throttle any rmja W. The House then traveler, Is tho Paja voludora. This muzzled In Congress by negro and scala- expression of tho popular w ill. future ). it is one of two cups mado by the sent intoyeat Quay, Commlltte ut tlm Whole on tho nary In tufts, not unllko those of u wag Representatives elected in the South St, Louis Stamping Company, nnd pre- trproprlatlou MIL Alter debate the Committee growH silent, vies with Hoar, the liloviant, small Pampas grass. From slender by Hcnjnmtn Harrison and forco bill thepreparing for tho people n cause for sented by them to Major McKinley. srote the bill was passed und tUi House in sJjojroed. stems there stand out still slighter returning boards. In onler to appease rebellion compared with which tho Me- I his, tho nrst, was given lo V K. Milof which aro tho tho hunger of some few hundreds of Klnleylnll was brunches, at the end ler, of Canton, the other to his w Ife. It ewj Items. abenlson. It has been . Is composed of ninety-seveseeds tho whole, stem and seeds, hav- blood sucking monopolists th.s aim Is announced that tho force bill contain per cent. Tiik Hurenu of the American RepubCliuttn-noug- u upponrnneo of n min- to revolutionize tho wholo ing somewhat the brie of within Itself n hundred tariff bills. Iron. '1 he inm wns made at If nn Interesting dispatch regard-lu- g iature fir tree as reganls shape, and havgovernment in tribute-taker- s and bore tho test excellently. lics lias representative can count for themselves the plan to commemorate tho four ing various lengths up to two feet or so. freo The cup attracts great attention. as demanded by the ruling Czar, then hundredth anniversary of the discovery When ripe, these stems w ith tho seeds America. Tho census, which ihe cunntittitlon need there Iks nuconiuuiiil-- o of nny Inof America by holding an exposition nt blow bodily nwny In the first strong Ooats' Blood Inoculation. makes tho basis of our representative monopoly seeks dustry when pap-feDrs. Hurtln ond Piouq, of tho Faculty (,..icn, Ituly, tho birthplace of Colum- wind. Flying through the air, from already been debauched through further largess at tho hands of Its bus This dispatch reports that tho afur theyjook rotifer like a dust cloud of the Nantes School of Medicine, havo tho ready coftniranco of an alien mer- tools. Delano and his trumvlrato g exhibited to their colleagues of Paris municipality of Genoa und tho people against the sky; and cenary who has earned his living ever may tako tribute for their sheep; nt large nro entering very earnestly over tho living grass of tho since ho came to this country by mak- manufacturers of woolen goods may nn experiment In Inoculation with gouts' blood for tho treatment of tuber- - uu-- . the project and have placed it un- plain, before the sudden onset of n ing figures He for tho Republican party. bo assured tho entire homo market, (pilosis. Fifteen groins of the prepara- der the management of the Muniuls (storm with wind). This driftFry" and tho rest of closed by n tariff wall over which not a Doric, ono of tho lending citi- ing movement over tho grass has n ou Hoar, Edinun's tion wero Injected Into tho uiusvulnr Glucmno is the New Engltnd desperadoes arc now garment shall lie brought, and Joy shall now engaged in preparing rlously bew llderitig effect on the eye. tissue if thighs of two patients. TbJj zens, who striklm? nt the mot of freo elections. It be in the homes of protected Infants. When the storm is over, the gross lis la the greediest and most disgraceful The patriotlo laboring man shall be injections will bo renewed every ten the plans. (OvjjnuaMiv llt'TTFllwoiiTll Intro- - fonnd in drifts ngulnst tho posts and conspiracy tint ever camo to tho sur- forced to buy the dearer garment mude days. duicd n bill to pay Fred Fonl, Into U. wires of tho fence-.- ; theso collections face In "Washington. by homo talent, and Congressman DunIngalls a Goner. S Pilot on tho Kniiawho river, West one stnmgly of snow drifts. On The conspirators may bo sure of one ham shall enjoy tho cheaper raiment men in cau- Virginia, W.000 for pmperty lost und Monday night ninety-fou- r acDecember 10 (or so), lbk8, a terrible a big country nnd It Is cus took a solemn obligation to unbent sen lees rendered to tho Government cident occurred on tho railway between thing. Thfe i Tlie American pcoplo are only by cresslng tho AUantlo for his very strong. summer jaunt. Ingalls nt all luiranK The attempt to during the wnr of tho rebellion. lot; they can take care Candulnlru mid Guardlu do la Esqnlna. a Hut there Is a rcverso to this picture. disrupt the caucus by flooding the LegKRI'IIKHKNTAIIVK PEHKlXf. of tllO A cutting had become filled with this of themselves tnd they will do It-- When It Is something more than a Fourth islature with Grand Army petitions .iml o'limltteo on !ktn viitmlnrn. nml tho enirinu set lire to they aro thoroughly tired of this Indian AlTnlrs, on tho of July Umst that tho pcoplo aro sucrowding the streets ot Tope ha . rU Ha, thoy will stop it, and they nro premo In this land. Oligarchies havo with nn nmondinent, tho Has It pussed. However, thanks mainly Grand Army men signally failed. Tbq jl'l repoi to open to settlement certain to a suitable wind, tho train got safely very weary already. St, Louis Repub- fallen before thnt power; tax despots tactics wcro ubiiudoned, and nine out through. Hut In tho afternoon of tho lic. nd tremble. WLse patho may yet f""' ' of ten Senator Jiigalls' friend ucic U& Ihe Cherokee Indian Territory known us same day tho train In the Outlet. triots engrafted on our fundamental law DETESTABLE PROVISIONS. Ing to admit that his last hold waK(njf. direction, und tho cutting had in the provlsiou that tho popular branch Mr. Ynlente, the llnirlllan Minister sf llepubllcnn .Methods to 1! sf pnscntsjil his letters of recall to tho the meantime become filled nguln wltli The Tendency of Congress should originate financial Cblppewas Btlll Threaten!ur. is free Vote. Overthrow measures. For a few more days repu Adjutaut-UeuerMullen clegraffK-- . lmkWnt, os thcti'.'nd, ami Mr. Men tlieso seed stems. Tho wind wu, In In the. svmtcst over, the fraud nnd may enact law's. Foi this return journey, In such a direction doncn, his successor, w ns formally from St. Pilnrre that thero is i jhail( Is evldenco of a diatcd statesmen the, burning forco clectlmVsll there so long tho people may lie defied b to the President by Secretary ns to favor tho tendency of in the situation around T! f !'.' contendency hnvo been tried In tho balgrass lo set file to tho carriages. They servative oatfie part ofto the more Fulls. The Clilppewns ci tmuo t Jllalne Ju thu nftornoon. press amend- men who found wanting. Hut tho day Republicans cuughtfire. About eight persons were ance and threaten tho whites, but It is eliecd Tiik State Department nt Washingments to tho measure calculated to of reckoning ncant, and with It will consumed, hunlly even judicious display of Winch tern w ton is Informed of tho death nt Horaa, totally found to tell tho tale; and eighteen modify its odious imperialism. opportunity for a triumphant le TI a subsidence of the tn cause Africa, on January 18, of Lieutenant escaped up thebauks In a pitiable con Tho su?ge3ti6ns have valtto as calling come the to prove Its right to popular Democracy troublo wns caused by the d( ' re i in Emery 1L Taunt, U. S. Commercial the nttention of tho country to pro- support. Tho people's representatives dltlou. Christian at Work. of thn whites on tho rcscrvn'n nt .i.U Agent to the Congo Free State. visions so dcXestnblo that even tho They strongest Republicans hesitato to ac- will hold tho Tiik Missouri House of Representa- WOMEN OH THE ARISTOCRACY. Too Many Italian. should not bo loosed till every vestige tives has adopted resolutions which cept them Hut they havo another and of Ono of the plpo line contractors nt bill bo wiped from the Pmxckss HnATiupn prefers to bo ad- a less agreeable significance. the They statute-book- .forco Hellalre, 0 onlered a Pittsburgh Arm wero presented to Congress on the 83d, dressed as Princess Henry, of Uatten-berLords of high estate evince tho effect of tho pressure of tho recommending tho passage of u bill to to supply him two hundred Italians In been made to feel even under it prohibit aliens and unnaturalized floater fund machine for aid to tho have l. Installments, lly mistake two thoumonarchy the power of popular bought a lock of hair Tin owning nnd acquiring real which Queen hasto Charles I.'s head be- project that has become tho favorite of sand .Itnllnns wero sent Monday, und estate, Shall elticus of n free Republielonged In the Pnitcd States. tho Administration, because in no other nrrived moneyless and hungry, nnd tho be less powerful'' Chicago Times. fore ho lost it. s way Is there reasonable prospect of lic Tiik House Committee on contractor was not prepared to tnko Quek.v Amklik, of Portugal, is now al- overcoming majority 7rom The press. tho popular and Post Roads referred to them, and it riot almost ensued tho joint resolution providing for n most restored to health. She Is tho against the Republican party, A free they could bo quieted. Tho Italian The Republicans lu Congress ure prettiest and most fascinating of tho vote und a fair count would ineau tho e leadMinister at Washington was telegraphed commU&lou to sec If Increased sovereign ladles of Europe, of a Democratic President and so afraid and jealous of their owu election facilities nre needed in New York to for relief. ing bills that one bill serves ns u dub Queen-RegeCHyi and two bills Introduced by Mr. TnE of Spain received another Democratic House of Repreultimate Nineteen Fenoni Killed. 's present from the Pope sentatives In 1603. Trained to rellaneo to kill tho other, with the Taylor, Illinois, to reduco the charge of as a An avalanche at Floresto, Italy, Mon- tho registration of domestic mall matter a splendid mosaic of tho Madonna on the methods ot intimidation and probability that nil of them will be deday destroyed eleven houses and killed nnd to establish a registered parcel post mado at the Vatican factory. chicanery, the Imperialistic chiefs fall stroyed. Hoston Globe. Mr. McKinley Smith You fellow s nineteen persons. system. AnciiDfciir.ss Madia Doiiotitea U to sco that their treasonable elTorts can wo have ii" ither result than to render the may talk ns much us you please; but llllIOAI)lt'll-(il:M:il.M- . S. V. llf.NKT, ono of tho lienutlcs of tho Austrian imMurder and Suicide. Republicans are going to keep tight ou Chief of Ordnance of the auny, was perial family. Sho Ih above the medium popular uprising against them IrresistChris Abrnuison, aged thirty-five- , saw Ing wood, universal. ible and well-nigwnntcd to marry Minnie llonnlngnn nt placed on tho retired list, hsitlnx height, with dark hulr tind ."yes and a Mr. David 11 Jones You ure wise. The most noteworthy of tho inodillcn o years. Ills fresh complexion. of idxty-tShe is noted for her a pretty Westport, Stearns County, Minn,, Mon- reached the ngi tlonN prisoned nro those of Senator You'll find this Is going to be 1miiu of contention charities and for her skill In piano day morning, mid because she refused plneo has been it Teller anil Senator Stewart. The for- cold winter- .- Puck. ho shot her dead nnd then blew out his among the Colonels of the ordnance playing. Since It Is the habit of this Adminsci ks to Tiik Duchess d'Uzcs has lost eighty merollt'ers of provldu for tho exercise, istration to provide positions' for reown bruins. Tho parties wero well corps of the army fur somn months, nnd by elections of ministerial connected, and tho tragedy causes great now tho contest seems to bo bctwicu thousand dollars by the failure of Ray- powers only, us distinguished from pudiated statesmen it would In' In order Colonels Fhigler und Wliltteuiore, naud, thu banker whom she met at the excitement. Harrison to send Mr. llhilr, ot while that Tiik total collections: of internal rev- o co of I,o Gaulols. Her connection judicial clonal tho latter proposes new for Mr. simlsmtiry to New Hampshire, out Cotigri votings undur thu enue during the first six months of tho with thnt paper has altogether cost her Railway Wreck. statute should tnku place on it day dif- the treacherous Indians. He could tulle Hy a wreck on tho Georgia Pnclflo llscnl j ear ending Juno "0, 1MII, were six hundred and 'fifty thousand dollars, ferent fit that iijmiu which State and them to death at the first eotiferenesi, $7S,fl7,l44, nn e.cess of Sil.fllU (k,J at tho loss of which alio feels most uncom rood, cast of Hlrmlnghum, Ala,, Eugi-nelocal ill "lulu nro toted for. Tho former and If he failed the e tin try uId stum' comptuvil with the collections during fortably wltli three grown-uehllilrs'n iiniend"eiit, Hopper was budly hurt und a OhUugg if adopted, might have the las v'th onu.ini.ulty. brukeiuuu, inline nut lenqvji. hilled out, tho corrcsiHindli q pcflisl (i U.e pre to settle. ( Times. borne, umiyncy toward curbing thu ex ylous fiscal yiMtr'gni. rirry.iru.sT congress. NOT TixXABLE. PERSIERir-HMAT-FRYER- fori' tv ' g y totlrettld 'c s Aa-oc- tal s reaot-ajs- Hr -- .- 1 .. 7,. t Jnf t.l -- m at .... .fv.(-4j,- .. .., n, o i -,.- .s s n appro-piiall- i:i-rtlu- Appro-prlatlo- Ilou-tell- New-bank- s r x g purse-string- J , e High-Tari- ff J n d half-rollin- hnlf-driftin- tor-men- tn ro-ml- hard-heade- d fool-Ishnc- U-- purse-string- g. dlsap-pniva- Post-ofllee- o notes post-offic- New-Year- h 111 er p - ? &t fw . - ,. ,. I , v s. .. TT -- " Ci - V. J - -- " . -- , I , tiii.i'jLii.imit s Wr1 MlSMffiWV Itirixs arar. ,u M,',&diWJt s VSm?mi&imM$)$mimiii!a 5v ti mriWJumwxmmmmK ''" '.M-meMimn- f mmmsrM 'TT JT P-"- ' s , W'1 MV1fmMMVMIIMlftli w THE HICKMAN COURIER. IILOKMAN, KY., .tgiiliitl tho WorlilM'nlr. A number i.. mai IWtJWWIIWglWWllWWwHIM I Ituil, Dead, wc Hopo. (tor Ib.llltkm.n Crurlrr llr.M M V OP I.OIIKt.VU J ''' "J Pli I ; ' V n K Jl 'J Railroad Commissioner John F. to resign, Hngan litis decided FRtnAY, : : : : JAN. 30, 1891. la Q. Legislature, hnvo passed resolu- tho Forco Hill, or tlio Cloture res- woid What I" the meaning of tho owing to a pressure of prlvato HAS NOW ON DISPLAY AN UNSURPASSED LINE OF "Tariff thought hero that Il' t ho new Constitution is tions postponing notion ii to mak- olution, which was n gag to securo A. It is so called because, hand. business. It iswill nppolnl Willis luliiptoil li.V the people, elections ing nppiopriatlons for Stalo ex- - tho passage of that bill. The bill reds of years ago, sea pirates nt Gov. Buckner F. Ringo to be his successor. will liu held in November, am! tlio liiblts at the Chicago World's Fair can again be culled up, and it may Tariffa, Spain, forced every pass voting will lie. done, li.y aeorel linl until tho fato a law, but tho best In ing vessel to pay for tho prlvllogo of tho Forco I5III Is yet become There nro strong Indication Int. the ilelails to ho llxetl by tlio or going 1X0LUDINO ALL THE LATEST AND MOST known Sonic regard these reso dications now are that it is dead,, terraneaninto and from the Medi- that an extra session of Congress liCfjiRlntiiro. Sen. will become necessary, owing to lutions ns an effort in lmlldozo dead, dead. And iu this result the Q. Whnt is Its meaning nowl tho Republicans subordinating all Tin: Alliiuico of Lyon county Northern Scnntoru who lavorthat patriotic people of tho whole counA. A certain sum forced from other business to the Infamous with inur linn nitulo nt raiicineiitti law, and that tho Southern Legis- try, but inoro particularly in tho the pooplo by land pirates. Forco bill. chants of Omul Hirers, through Q. Why do you say taken by cointiiitteuniLMi, to fiiiiiish all of latures are not sincere, and nro South, will rejoice. It was a meas- forco! WOULD UH UIiAl TO SHOW SAMP. TO ALL WHO MAY Happy HmsIcts. FAVOR HER WITH A CALL. their order goods at n small per actuatod only by spirit of spite- - ure full of dire calamities to tlio A. Hecanso Congress snya to cent, iihov-- cost. fulness. The OouiUKR thinks tho South immediately, and to the the people, "Stand aud dollver!" Wm. Tlmtoom, Poslialer of Idavllle, InJ, write: "Klcctrio Ultter. hae done whole country ultimately. The Stand Thk Foipo Hill Radicals receiv- contrary is true, and tliut these Democratic Senators have made a Q. To thnnnd deliver to whom! morn for me ihnn ill oilier medicine A. inatiufacturcrs, etc. aotublned, for tlttit ha reeling arising in tlio Scnnto resolutions embody Oie'seiitiment ed another CJ. In which part of tli Con- fr.m Kidney and Liver trouble." John Monday in tlio substitution of of tlio people ns a solemn protest jgullaut aud glorious light against of tame stitution does Uougross find pow- Lelle, farmer anJ bill for tlio against n law that will prove a fearful odds, but with all tho the apportionment to be er to pass a law compelling tho pine, says ' FlnJ I Klectric Hitler mule Force, bill. They will return to great wrong to an I.ler medicine, Ilis be l Kl dney the Southern States pralso duo them, the peoplo of the poor to support tho rich! me feel like new man ." J. W. (lardner, the attack however, nml the. fight and Southern people If a South South should stand ns one man in A. In no pnrt. ar"Por For Kyci, herJware merchant, tame loon, sayst will go on to the close of the X)oalor in Q. Then wboro did It find the Itinera la Juil Ihe iMng for a man COWQILL'3 EY2 BAL7B. ern State makes nn exhibit nt the grateful recollection of the six session. who ii all run down and don't rare wheth Chicago World's Falrj it should Republicans who braved the great power! Por Neuralgia and ItlicumalUm, tr he lives or dl'; he founJ new airenf lh, WINES Sunatoks Jones of Novndn, bo with DRUGS, A. In the Bible. appetite nl felt jut like he had na tho hopo and expectation pressure from their own party and t Stewart, Teller, Wnsliburn, COWQILL'3 WEASEL OIL. Q1 Give tlio book, chapter aud Rxii on life. Only GUe. n Utile, at 0. A Iraie MEDIOIVES, AND and Cameron voted with tlio that such exhibit of it resources dared to do right. The passage verso. Hotcoo.li a Drug (tore. - I'or Pile. against llonr anil would iuduco foreign capital to of tho Forco Rill would hnvo Democrats HTATIOSrilV, A. Matliow, 13th chapter and L1QUORJJ, C0W3ILL'S PILS OINTMENT. Chandler, nnd Senator Ingalls 6eek investment, nntlj people to strengthened tho Democratic par 12th verse: "For whosoever bath FANCY GOODS NOTICE. was paired with a Republican, COMMISSIONERS to him ahull bo givou, and he shall ty as a party, because it would rem For Toller nnd Ringworm, thus counting bis vote ngninst settle in her borders, to liclp de hnve moro abundance; but whosoSUNDRIES, 11V MP Xf'aeeHB MEDICAL rnllun Circuit Court. COWQILL'S TSTrSS OINTMENT. velop her resources nnd itcreaso have made that party moro solid, ever hath not, from him shall bo . the Forco bill. ) TAINTS, her wealth and population. Other- split the Republican party, and taken away eveu that which he Wjlion llamhy'a Ad'mr f l'Uj. fy" For VTorrm, af atnil -, Thk Mnyflcld Mtrror roinplntna wise it would be wrmV'ior tbe confirmed tho Alliance people to Hath." j USE. H.IaJiftr and crcdllori. OILS, Cowgill'a Ploasant Worn tyTttp that tlte cumHuntes lor State om tazJitfStiul4rl(i the Dcn?ocrnoy, but it was so full Q. Is such a law republican In Nolle U bareb; lo lb ereJItor cpa all pay more attontfon to the Lcsleltturo to tt Wt1inn lfmbr. ileccaed. !a( tbe us-SPECIALTY. of Immcdiato ovils to the people the acnae of being democratic Cir oArisrAirrtu.Y uuAtlAxruKO or dirttia CaiamlMlouer of lbs discussion of national affairs than the shnpo of noappropriatldu for a covcrumuut iu which the ueoule cuit Court Under' an order In Fulton above TUK JJOXBV JtKFUXDKP. the Now tho Forco that party advantage sinks into 'rule! to tlio State matters: "A State such nn exhibit. ttrled etna, will attend at tbe Couflly canvass ought to be made upon Bill, in effectsnys tliat tho local insignificance. Therefore, let nil ofQoe In Hickman. aristocratic from tbe t. No. It layou tUCntl by aris-- Clerk'hereof until lb Itilh Ki.. Fabruarr, For Sate by Ihe 1'roiirialora, isanes. The people want to administration of law iu' these lovora of the peace and quiet of State Q. What tlo " receive and bear dr of of claim a COWGILL & COWGILL, ' proof hear the candidates' ideas about to the pro- the country rejoice in tho hopo tocratic! things with which, if elected, they States is inadequate A. A government : wherein the ,f,Ml ,th lN.,JkT1' 'n,a "",l '" eU,m, "OZ.D that it is dead. aa - not rreaenled Yi tection ofcapital, and inndequate will have to deal." few rnlo thn many; whero tlio ninny q,r;d i, Uw, wIlhIn . protana,wcmd IIiokma:(, : : : Kentucky. ilm Kee a Splen JIJ Stoct af tli verv Ull n to tho .protection of peoplo in $10,000,000 ti lop I.cvec. work to Support tllO privileged .bote, wilt be forever barred. of all kind, of In order to meet tho ever crow- their pefllticnl rights. Willi this W.l'.TAVmit, j few. Mauler Comnllonr Fulton C. C. ing appropriations, it is said that terrlbl denunciation, pronounced Q. Explain how tho tariff law Tho Congressional Committee HARDWARE, TINWARE, STOVES, &t.. Congress will bo forced to raise by established an aristocrnoy Iu u January. 28ii, 1801. of their own hns mado a report to Congress tho tho tax on whisky from 90 cents democratic government! widen art oBered at ONK I'ltlCE, and la.! tU COMMISSIONER'S NOTICE, to 9- - n proof gallon. It is further counry, hanging over ttieui, is it recouimeudlug tho passage of A. Congress says to the poor, HICKMAN, KENTUCKY. likcK' that tho people of other what is known as tho Burrows bocauso this or too, that the largest stated, very loweel the market juitlle. that man is rich )o( will raise no objection, since itrios would elect to invest bill, which appropriates ten mil and produces iron, cotton or wool- Ukliur I'nlluii Clrrult Court. MK A TRIAL ,ea you want Uibaw'i Adui'r All jtavte f uaranleed to be at Mfrtteat'd ' ) the heavy tax will freeze nut the r capital in, or to risic ineir lion dollars for the purposo of en goods, yon ahnll pay him so acaln-- t lllackamtthlng done, or repair on Equity. smaller producers and make the J YvafOBB, &c. Iloremhneinc a building levees from Cairo to New much money for so many pounds, Hit helra ami creditor. s by locating in sacn mates. I better chance for an enormous or yards, or go naked, and work Xolloe I hereby ttn to Ihe creditor I ali kcrp a full line of Therefore, the object and pnrposo Orleans on both sides of the Mis- - without tools. whisky trust. of Arlber Uiubaw. deceneJ. tbat tba uo. Undertaker's Goods, of making an exhibit at the sissippi.to bo expended according Q What reason doca CongreSB Jr'ln ConieaW.ioner ef Fulton Circuit Common, Rosewood, and Solid Utack A resolution has been introduc- yVorld's Fair being defeated by! to tho plans of the Mississippi civo for such a tvranical law! n oruer in me anoea alyiea GO nuier wliicli can It filled nut UttUu ami ed in the Teunesseo State Senate a5 eaya tho law ia a X".' III allend at tba Count t Clerk' calling upon all Democratic Legis- the spirit aud purpose of tbe, River Couimissiou. Tho report ''differentiation of industrial fnuiMheree'r in iHekm an, Ky., from th dal up on iliort ninotice, and at reaaouabl . KA.NUKACTUllKUa Of TlIU CEI.KUItATKU (live call. until the IGth Ur or February. price Pimp near athe Jail. Bill, why should the peoplo roviows at length tho history of latures to hold up World's Fair Force Mr tioil," Which means that industry, I8l, to receive and hear rroof of claim! may'2&-bill and nppioprlatloiiB until after thus injured, thus denied a fair past efforts to Improve tho nav- la tne lunctlou or ttie poor, and Uirnt laid decedent, all ctalrae not the Federal Senate shall have act-e- d and equal chance vita other igation of the Mississippi, and tho difference goes to tbe rich. irrnnied lo bim and proven an required MAYIIAED'S SIGN AND PBICE upon the Force bill. There A. Is that the only reason Con- by lav, within the lime ipcciCad above, States, tax themselves to aid its says that tho conviction is now win d lortvtr barred. MASSES. docs not seem to be much occaW. P. TAYLOH, practically unanimous gress givos! Make your own Higne, fchow Cardt, sion for such u resolution, as the splendors, or to go through the snttled-anA. 5o. It says the tariff is Matter CommlaitoDer Kupon C. C. Feuoe and Itoad Slgrm.elc , conidM-lnLegislatures are doing that very hypocritical form of pretending that iovoes are absolutely indisJanuary, 28ib, 1W1. to foster infant Industries or teller A to 7., $, i, f gure 0 to 9, thing just about us fust as thev to ignore the bun of disgrace pensable to any proper nml last- at home. ct. mark, niter, etc Sint Immediately to conveniently can. any adJren complete, with tud, for $J, voted upon us by tho Congress ot ing Improvement of the navign- Q. Are tho iron, cotton and expreee paid. H. V. MAYMARP, 23 A r garble Works, cade, Cincinnati, ). Agenlt wanted. our own country. If we are to go tlou of tbe great Father of Waters. wool industries infanta! The Emiuenco Constitution through the Columbian Ceuteu- - And there la no little 2 A. No. They aro a hundred iu doubt, HICKMAN, AT. speaks as follows of a gentleman yoara old. T.VILJi 'I'll 12 who will be known in tho race for uial marked and branded as in- - fact nono, that the Government Q. What date has Congress fixB. C. ILILNOIS will, sooner or later, make tho ask-le- t ed for these industries to become Governor this year: "Hon. 0. M. cnpablo of local DEAIIK Clay, president of the constituus not celebrate tlio edict of, ed for appropriationsIt Is pos- of age! CENTRAL tional convention, a farmer and a the plutocrats by wearing gala sibie that the presout Congress A. When Gabriel blows his Italian anu American Marbi.i r. r gentleman of acknowledged abil- clothes beloro tlio eyes or horn. Ono Congressman did tnovo UONU.MEHT8. TOMB AND GRAVE 8TOJUW. ity, as well as a Democrat in peoples aud other nations other will pass this bill, but owing to to niako tho timo later, but when JRAILROikD! who rTAVINQ In sloei, a Una lot of Ame- rwhom there is no guile, whose in- may visit the Chicago exhibition. the large appropriations already rominucit tuat ssiiestos rras tear, and Italian Marble, lam pre Thj Pcpshr and Preferred Ewto. FURWITUP-Sin tho hands of the River Com- - j protected, be aaid he would with- - J terests arc identical with the farmp red to fill all order. Call and examine IXQ.II.US IS nEKKlTKft. er and laboring man, is a candimission, it is not likely that it will uraw ins motion, "aa 11 wouiu uo m work. Quicker in lime andlily-oo- e miles short date for the office of Governor, bo made this session. The Com- no good after Oabe blow." He Order iron tat country promptly er than any other through ear Topeka, Kns., Jan. whose officiul duties forbid his 51ld. sighed aud sat down. line between The vote was taken may 26 fori mission hnvo comuieuced their making an active canvass for the Q. What ia the moaning of a HICKMAN, KY., isd nomination, but his tanner friends United Stutea Bemttor to succeed levee work from New Orleans, and Protective Tariff! i.v iu tho party will not forget him." John J. Ingalls nud V. A. Jfeffer, are working to extend their lines A. Protection of the rich from ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION NEWORLEANS LA. the nlliauce candidate ivceiveti up, having already usod about getting poor, and of tho poor from ( OP THE Thk Indians find plaving at war the full alliance vote. three milliou dollars for this pur- gettiug rich. Jtigtt,iunt Oonchtt! against undo Sam at Uncle Sam's CNDfiKMI.M.NU Tilt ALLlAXCi:. pose. According to this program J'ullmaH Jlnftl SUtpiri Hickman Joi&l Stock Comp&ny. TVXSY KltUOKft. expense altogether too amusing a 7wi Alvtii an Tint I tho river at Hickman will not be gamo to quit, and so they keep proia St. Louli BfpuMlc.lJ Editors all hnve right on close under tho muzzle of Since the Ocaln convention, looked after until all tho lower troubles with errors their little THROUOH ' Aoi7 all men by tktit prtttnti, that which fretho Fine Ridge guns, sleeping with mischiof-makinpoliticiaijs who points have been protected, Ihrbf quently make them say things Pomp Alwood, Cli. Amo e. John 33uEC5E2kI2a2CLIU", S3L12". SLEEPERS BUFFET PULLMAN both eyes open, watching for a are at work to cripple the FarmScott llarbee, Nicaola, Jaek specific requirement is plac- thoy nover intended uud would Foaville, Cliae. Nlehole, Smith lyickrldge, chance to sneak up, spike the ers' Alliance before the campaign TO not sny for anything, and the Frank Tlionip-oTTe era off srlnt sll jr-Jane Allen, Dlverne of rials. Medium aiwl line rrttor at pallr reJro.t prtfH Wn guns and scalp the garrison some of 1802 have been pushing the ed ou the River Commission. devil is everlastingly to blame. Mateon, John Urown, Ned Drown, W. II nrrj arDlllibosl all timet nf Chair. Rookorii, Tnbloa, Curnaun. WaahaltiruU, tine night. Meanwhile, General Warehouse or HUFFEKED FOtl HIS FAITH. Cy. From rum1.-.- ; For Instance, this smart Aleck Ilallard, Isaae liowden, Cairo Under, all points, tbsne via Ibe SHOUT Wardrobes, Ohnmbur Sets, rrlnttrobooH. SprlnRti, Eto Miles, with ull the appliances for scheme with great vigor, and have pnems to bo ibeloneti. l.lvo us a Insl anu b"nitiirriV. Wiley, made Pro. Lander, of the Colum- rua Wiley, EltiaWormack, John I'rieat, Joe LINK, Illinois Central 11. II, to "turning a few wagon loads of won over an Alliance lodgo here An Agent r tho American Bible 1'anl all evmrUUoa la Uu and Chae. Undortnknra' Qoadn VWerhliiau'iRriori Womlrn an iljUlac New Orleans, U., and . bia Herald when writing all the Tbomiwon, county of Fulton and Stale af lenprlMne! In reru. of the a Urg Un ot lead into the camp of the jr. Uues. lni. Wm i and there that was boforq opposJtckaou ville, Fla. sweet things bo could think of Kentucky, do hereby associate theimelve (VlUpalrtcg unJ job Wuik a pjiUltj. doesn't dare to Ore a gun ed to Federal interference with Francis Penzotti, an agent of tho about a happy marriage, call the loenlier for tk purpose of forming a for fear no mo of the old women the handling of crops. It ii abso RON'T M13TAKKTHB ItOUTKTO Stock Company, with that are running things at Wash- lutely certain that this plan of American Riblo society and a min- bridal couple n ''burial couple." Joiot rihl and iiur,io( a powers follow AH.IFOK.VIA, X03UlA CHAS. U1LTZIL', I'r.. I. joi n. ioni.ii.i-- , v. rr't. it. r. Joimov, fi.M.r ington would have him cashiered campaign will be skillfully carried ister of the Mothodist Episcopal Then another: tho sturdy, even 1. the Hickman Joint ahnll be pious aud TEXAN FOI.TN. McMinnvIlle Block IlCompany, called it purpoee hall bo churoh waa arrested six months tempered, for cruel and unusual treatment out. Tho Alliance is so united and in Cullaa. Peru, for conduct- Standard whs made to say, "a the buying and aelling, at retail, grocerlc'. of "the wards of the uatlon." now, nud so close to the Democrat- ago over tho llll. Se that yonr Tickets ing religions services contrary to new hell fur the Baptist church ware ana mertiiandite. not Central Itailroad, ic party in its detnnnds for reform, Ita capital Hock shall be Eleven the established law of the land has been received and and put up ASK. AOKNT8 FOK IT. Merchants in Cincinnati and that the politicians of both parties Ucllari, and ilitll conllat of twenty ou St. Ix) n is have followed the ex- aro powerless to do anything and baa been in prison evor since. ed Friday," when tho editor intend- two tharei of each, and r.td KY-Gejptsbl- 9 to soy, "new bell." The Meth- ball have the rigbt lo begin eonipiy inFor fnrlber Information, appl y to buinei ample of Marshall, Field & Co., of openly against It. Here and Tho outrage has aroused great Chicago, in attacking tho validity tliero more or less Inlluontial dignation among American proles-tnnt- odist brethren wero amazed by when oO per cent, of il stock shall have II. O. WE11U, IWurAg'l. A J. KNAPP, in South America, and Sec- the announcement. They thought beta paid ia. of tho McKiuley tariff law in the Democratic politicians are found Ass't den. Passoager Agent, "hall have a duration of len year, courts. The John Shillito Com- who think that tho Alliance Ui leal-en- s retary of State Blaine has taken tho Raptistsbywere trying to make al 3 lkIt end of which Ilm It may be Memrhlt, Tann water, demanded nn ex- their way A. II. HANSON. Genl Pass'r A T'kl Ag'i, pany, of Cincinnati, claim it is unby a vote of the stockor their tenure of office, and up the case and a long time pre- some new scheme to and this waa take advan holder. diaiolved, planation. For Chicago, III. constitutional, (1) bocauso of the theseare willing enough to co oper Being regularly organized ncd ready for buelnen, we re poct fully eollclt provisions of the third section; ate with tlio Republicans to break vious to his arrest Mr. Penzotti tage of the Methodist plan of 4. When 50 per cent of the subscribed - warning sinners to got them lock nball have been paid in, an election froo of chaise. the pntronngo of alt. All collections innde for per(2) becuuBo Congress has no right tho Alliance down; because if the right before washing. of efSserj rnll be held, the iaoe lo t epeo stnrtcd Approved pqpor running throe or four month dlacountod at tho raU of to give bounties to sugar growers; Alllanoa ..! tin'nA.nni. fl(1. of a President, Beerelary and Treat, Tho editor explained the matter per cent, par annum. anil in the llltiiy ninl il 1.. 189J, the members of (3) because discretionary power is a board ot wituicu ,, w ,1QB ,inn the next week nnd put the devil nreri and President, of nlno directors, ol una uuuii left the President to suspend the the Alliance will name their fair ftwvu utinvii uv which Ihe Secretary and Treat, provisions under tho reciprocity shuro of senators aud congress- treated with great indignity nud whore ho would not bo able to urer shall contlilute and be member of Ihe e.'anse. It is also claimed that men inside the Democratlo party. cruelty. Mr. Penzotti is tin Italian, establish any more hells. Chirks-vill- aid board, who shall hold office forthai) . II. nil KVAKI) 0. IJALTZKII, H. T. TYLER, J. W. 1'0 WKLL, perlol of one year, and salt! board (Teiiu.) Tobacco through a mistake in enrollment As long, however, as the Demo- but his appeals to the government have the power to eleot a general builneat A. A. I'AltIS, W.A.SIIUOK, J. W. COWGILL. the President did not sign the bill cratic press can stand with the of Itnly have been made In valu. mansgerto hold ofbca at the pleasure of passed by Congress. Ten import- Alliance that is, aa loug ns the The American IJiblo Society whose tsiJ lO'trd ax r.xt'Ki.i.r.xr ci.aine. agent he is, and which has been In o. It may auc and be lued by the corpo ing firms in St. Louis have uuited Alliauco is demanding the reforms in bringing suit ou substantially demanded by the Democratic constant correspondence with Tho Constitutional Convention rate name. give credit and contract debt, 0, It may tho same grounds. politician dare antagonise except him, then took the matter up aud has adopted an exemption clause but the entire Indebtedness of the oorpo- laid it before Secretary Dluiue, by going over into secret aud 83. Ihe sum that should bo perfectly satisfac- rltlonIt (hall not exceedpower lo of $733 Ihe 7. iiarvrsKN shall have the render Senatoh Stewabt, of Nevada, treacherous collusion with the who acted promptly. T1 " At tory to all parties. The section ehtree - rile real or stockholder may call himself a Republican, but Republicans. Iu preaoribo lb mode of oak- - Louisville and Memphis, .n. uai.1. in tJUUIIOMfU ill nits juuy rends as foiiows: Cominon-Beiiehe Is at heart a Democrat. He dbos not'need to In(iu) rtranarir. believos iu home rule and u govern- bo told that the Republican party field Mirror, signed by 50 or more WITH "Section 2 There shall be 8. Il May make contract, aoqulro and ment by the people, nnd the Re- win leave no means untrledjo dm citizens of Graves county, for "the from taxation public proper- tramfer property, jioiisettlng the aanie Pallman BufTet Sleeping Gars publican party does not. In offer- nipt the Alliance before lSentlip0ople who demand reforms an ty used forpublio purposes; actual tlehti and power In suoh rlipeoUaa priranu ani to ing an amendment for the election it relies more for auocesi on this outlined by the Farmers' organi- places of religious worship, with me Individuate, XOUlMVlllu IM1IIlllH, Hit lOll I) The individual property of tho of Representatives some other ouu.treasury scheme than on anythe ground attached thereto, nud lloiiU", VlukuUuru, uiict day than that ou which State thing else. If it cau force that to zation," to meet at the school used ua appurtenant to the house tie corporate iMAzetnpt from liability for New trlt,uiiM, visa debt. worship, uot exceeding oflicers are elected, bo said: f the front and keep it at the front houses in their respective school of 10. It may make and establish We are not children. We have iu the Alliance, it hopes to keep diat riots, on the 14th day of Feban acre iu cities or towns, nor rules and regulation deeaad expedient seen elections all of us, enough to tariff reform and freo coinage of ruary, and elect delegates to meet two acres in the country; all par- for the managtment of il own aETalri, not TBE QUICK AND B.S.BASLI EOUIE know that a horde of olHcem nt silver iu the bnck ground, while sonages or residences owned by Inconsistent with tbe constitution of this to a nil ritox United the polls with a purpose to con- nt the same time il is forcing a di- in Mayfleld, March 9th, to nomi- any religious society aud occu- Slats or of tbeof which State. Ia wllnees we have Ibl day Now York, Philadelphia, Halllraore, Wnali. trol elections, having n right to vision between Democrats and nate candidates for the Stato Sen- pied as a homo by nay minister eel our bands, this ?Jih day of Nor. 1890. inclon, Norfolk, Uld Point Comfort, lUcbmond, Ilutfalo, Cleveland, To W II. Ballard, John Urown, Ike inspect the ballots, having a right Republicans iu the Alliance, and ate and Legislature, who ure of tho gospel or priest; crops lado, Chicago, Indianapolis, Cliao. K. Nlobol. Chaa. J. Uarbee, to arrest, having tho right to keep between tho Alliance and the known to be true to the reforms grown in the year in which tho asCincinnati, Louisville .Tob order, having tlio right of sessment is made: public libraries; Amos Nichols, Pomp Atwood, Smith Democratic party on the issues referred to. John Sangster, P. Dlverne everything, will exercise 01 lS'J-- '. places of burial not private or Thompson, Cy. Malton, Elli Wiley, Jane Knalern nud Norllienalern PoluU, Wiley, AND nn overwhelming power at a corporate profit, and institutions Aiiio, Ubat. Mlieioy, t. a. uaroe, uary II that campaign is fonsht for TUK ALAHAMA EXODI7N. election. With the prestige tariff reform and freo colnige of of purely public charity; aud all I.ltiJ,r, Paul Warruock, Ned Drown, John Memphis, Vlckahiirg, Ilalon Bouge, New Little Rock. Hot Orleans, Mobile, ut the polls of the General Gov- onvur, me laws oxempting or commuting 1'ritil, Jo. Thompson, Jack Fonvllt. IJirmingliam, Ala., Jan. 27. party Springs and points In Weil Ten ernment wo all know that local the Alliance supporting these and Spoclal-- A big exodus other than of negroos from taxation,mentioned, tho propneesee, Tex us, A rkanai, MisState or Kentucky, elections will be dominated in erty above the Republican party will be shall be sissippi, Louisiana, and ( Cobutt or Fultoe. every State, and we shall have defeated for the Piesldoiicv, and from this state to Oklahom a lias void: Provided, that household THIS NOUIII AND HUDTHWKMT. I, W. P. Tylor, Clerk of Ibe Fulton tho spectacle be mixing theso two the Democrats and Alliauco men set in. Fifty families of negroes left goods and other personal property Couotv of Kentucky, In the elections together of having the together will so control the agri- here yesterday for King Fisher, or persona witn a lauilly, not to docirtiryCourL on the Slate of November, The line Is thoroughly equipped and in 29th that election of Members of Congress cultural Statos of the 'm aH to nnd thoy will be followed iu a few exceed two hundred and fifty low, n,e loregotnp; oriicies oi incorpocondition, and provide an exlime and ami tho cleotinn of Presidential put tin Joint majority days by 1200 more families. A negro dollars in value, shall be exempted ration of Ibe Hickman me In titoek Com- cellent Aarrangement IIn ibe lime through I'KATUIU: pany wis produoed lo and con iuy office and oar. t'lfotots all commingled; thoy iu tho Senate. by the name of Foster from Leav- fro ii i taxation; and provided, (he his venlence W, acknowledged Ktpree would be commingled iu the next If the Alliance is divided, if tho enworth, Kansas, has been among tho General Assembly act ind deed, byand H. Hnllard to bo ao Tratni. aeoureda bynlghl'-Limited between - ride Only i ou thin day i election, and probably for ever; scheme is thruat to tho negroea here some timo work- may authorize any Incorporated xnoftledged by John Drown, Ike liowden, Louisville and Memphis, nnd thehciland you would have tho spectacle of n tho front, tho Farmers' movement ing up the business. Ho re pre- city or town to exempt manufac- Chas E. NlchoU, Chn. J. Uarbee, Amot quickest service between the Iwo cities President appointing marshals and is forever wrecked, and llieNorth-eas- t sents to them that they can soonre turing establishment from munici- Nichols pomp Atwood, Hmllh Lockridge, ever ofTored. For lowest raid, lime table, and all i Uivero Mattoa, John Sxngater. F. Thorap-eowill coutrol botli Presidency rich lands in Oklahoma for almost pal taxation for a period not judges to assist him iu continuance Wiley, Jane Allen, In o oo. It is tho passage of this nnd Senate, five years as an induce- Chss.Cy Wiley, B.EIImDarbse, Cary Under, desired information apply to nothing and that if enough of KfllTZ 1IELLNKK, Ar'I, A. filelby, law which, In tlio nnxt election ut N. 0. ft Ht. 1 It. ., Ilickmao, Ky. them will go they enn secure ab- ment for their location." Paul Wtrmack, Ned Urown, John Prieat, Maj. Wooimurr, Treasurer of solute control of the government least, will place over nil tho local Jo. Thoopton ond Jaok Fonevllle, partlea Or W. P. MUKItRlX, Agent, and not election this supervising power Arkansas, who was loported ubout of tho Territory, A nil tuber of lo All tho convicts nro being thereto, dily be ilielr ieme, and deed, wllb Or J. N. N. & M. V. Co., Klve. Te"nn. logelher Agrnl, recorded oflluers; and that g'JO.OOO short iu Ids accounts has negroes who owuoti good turais worked on tlio insido of the Frank- - I have witli N. N. & M. V. Co., Padncah Junotlon. thli certificate. In niy office. Wlineal ray wt'I be the begiiiliig'of the end of v... nun tun rniinrtv in huvo sold ovoiythiiig and wiH fort mill Kddyvlllo penitentiaries, heed tbli UTth day of Peoember, 1890. Or IV. II. 1'UOUTY. Qen'l Pass. A'at. uccuro his bondsmen ng,ii,i6l i0BSi join iu the oxodus. free government. una nouo 01 tuoin out ou contracts, , V, TAYLOJI, Clerk, Iulnlllf, Ky.! sKLKorr.u Tlio Democratic Senators, aided of tho Leci1ntnrcB of the Southern States, ni well us by six conservative Republicans, tho iower Jiouae of the Kansas have succeeded In again shelving iu:i:u Tiii.MiN. AT Wilms uiho i Frankfort, Jan. :i' ir. U7.-lSp- ccl.il.) What to Buy? -'" nv inquirer. Trs. fiddle Jopej Fall and Winter MiUfaery, Fashionable Novelties! net-h:io- k I n, Kite-tri- e f, SWIf II f D33.TJQQXST A.nd Wol-co- jr lBeMRaDF'l'KJVRB yBiyK ! PKfefCRirriONS a lfcMJS&i"ffl 1 Rw B- - JSSHTARr?,, r- - I'HAnJIACIHTH, HXIZABZiZ!" A. F. OLIVER, law-make- SLUE ni distil-leiie- s nn !elilj Roofing: sl STpeoieEtlty BALTZER & A.-Co- ugresa ;, 't HERTWEGL l!ul-tetlr- g IiAMAGE, - BrTefin a w &VJU&L&M ii re io a , W ac kittjcjz'Y'. S7 a tfa Aiir &2TJV FURiiirrpKE. y STEPHENS s TILER, 4 di:ali:i:s sriiiiore and Uiideilalccfs G1oods, g 'a Sang-ett- r, o, Sub-treasur- Memphis, Tenn., ,d jr bhel-b- y, bos-tiles,- " 11 -- 4 prlv-ilege- a, rd linn-dre- d ANH s HICKMAN, - SSO.OOO I .JtWJtiih7urir '', ,,, on-it- it man-operate e SKSS i- I Ffel .Ntia-I1I1I- DIREOTOB3. r " e ex-em- I etook-b5lJrb- Couiu Job execute Offlfid one-hal- Is tlioroughly equipped, and prepared io Work with neatness lion-de- n, Lock-ridg- e, g gou-or- and despatch. s, Bill Heads, Letter lleads, ftf Mrst-cU-- s Note Heads, Sub-treasui- y 111 Statements, Envelopes, 01. Ball Tickets, high-pai- d I Business Cards, " 1 t ' V' 1 Ve X) H. sHtt, awtW ,4liMW"- - . - i' aw 2kn ! .s. . UK u i WF T ;mmA i imt ismi ssssa-iT- rr .. . rn-- n thi i)TsT ..---- w-- .....---- - - . . 1 .BMirwtir ii miis ,11111 nis laiaj'iaisii m u iai I ii i i mm )iirj1iljirMj .? 11 r. ', ii . ' p. m JMBftrtftew. . fra; VSs h ira::! a? ? ZTraMU'T. l KVl'ttLUy taAi!t Ww,BT,L.; --JfckwMi wmmwr'smmm -- h 2' Married, al the raslJinet of Mr Km ma on lintitl. Franeli, on Tuealay artnlnf, 27lh lint . Wo lake an inventory March 1st, I.T lief, W. Moonaj, Mr. J. II. Mlll.t auj nml must rctlucu our stock by that Ml Kalte Iee Kingman. Altandaiila lr. Tchull BrraiBa and JU aaaaaaaaaaaaa. ' " HERE ! T, 0 Q w Tf Iloro's n proposition to you Wt,,vo (oo many goods Hnppy MHM'Irtgc HcIIh. AN. CAMD US. f time. Then, loo. wo linve nn Immense Sjiriug Stock coining In noon, and must ninku room lor tlieni. Now, If you wunt a Suit, Overcoat, l'unta, Moots, or Underwear, A Cloak, Jacket, or Dress, come mid examine our stock. Wo will sell you anything in that line nl what it cost nn, and much of it ut n great deal less than cost to hi. They mud go. Prolit is not nn ohjuct how. SMITH, ELLISON & CO, f JtHllrtmi. Timetable! N, 0. & St. I It. It. Tr.U Tr.l. N, l, II r. u. Train . , a. ela Tbli rotil um connection wlili Ih L. 4 N. al McKanile (olog aorih, and wltli Ike .V. X. A M. V. gaiog north anJ th geleg aoulh. i N UIU: r. ii, Itoj m Iti.U I ARNIEH: No, Jl. ,ji r. J.l. . NxUra I'.d.ioak Juno-lloaecom-uieJall- a Look at This! Ilt, ? l If jan If jaa a.al KUpa, U Jaa a.al Dili llaaaa. If Jva vial St.Lnaata, It ... a.al tll.r Il.a4l, II Ja vast Not. If waat Bu.laa CarJa, ( Vlalll.f I'.raa, Htm If toa mil Halt latluilaaa, rati, if jot rtiarma fripiu., g..a. la a mm aaiiafariarr taaaa.r, r.a liaf. jam vaala aall4 talll.g al Ilia I Courier Job Office. aa4 ll.lla.r, KaaitllK ii miiarSTnilSU.Witl IUn.l illt.r H.r.i.I'l.aJ Mraa4 Mt., II N.OwjIII) CU.ar la.llrM.al Baar l, uw, H.l 4 llaaat Mlck.r, ll.nri, nial.rl PVal Blla.r r aat rrarrta; KaiiMahfi rarta, II w Raliaa aa4 rmta, llarirr r.(rietr rat IWr Taa Tirana., Mr. K. Fr'(l (lift Daaar Mr aa. Mr., i r. aiuaoat rtrjv.r iaaianw.a.( Kt.l.lUIOt;a NKKTICCN. .11. r .uJ Wal.r ia a4 M.lll. Kltlaoat Hilar Kt. E4 Milan aal 8, IUUrt. Ilamiaarail Braa. Waltara4 Rillgioui services will It, hld at the Vaaal, MluCCtlaa W.lar l. Mr. C II Ih.lhatJ. (Utrall Sutk. Calblle Church lo lllekman lb 3rd Sun Ia(llialr II T. Tll'f, rtctara. Mia. Jl. Allaa.llaaMll, Ructlaa Idalt, . lay la each moolb. MaJJiaunllll., Kt, U.l.ut CUlJual.r. Mlll.l'arilk. La 1144; rawllt Itlbla, Mr aa4 Mra J, K. raaoa; Mrlfllaam, Mia. raarl GoaM.r: Ul.aa rttctr, Mra Mr a.4 Mra. W, AaaaClllMat lUI Ctlna rr.lbTl K.r Mack, Mla to-- Jcksaau; Pllk d.aM Faa, Mra l..r) ataftaaa, Tp.ka, aiaiatj Taaia riolk, Mra, . M I.Vr, N.kklM, Mra. MtCUk..) Mu4 lUal, Mra. Tarvar. Majiaaaalll., ktl rlt T alalrf alliU an .vl aa loaf, IWil, Mla. Aaaa Trk, Laaaf, T.T. Ivata.j Hal la. Jaya kra laarar fta.lar; Mla, .N.llla lo.ta; ILalr Srarl, Mr.. Ura4r a'll tavtllf Km r Ik. ralla'a Kaklra. Nai'klaa, Mia. TkaaMa) nmma"li AaJ l, laaalaf bruuklta .ala, Jaaa" I lik, Mr aa4 Mra. II. A. TjUr, .Natkillla, TV. ... a rnmlaf .of Ik aach dat, T.aat.aaa Ur Ih. aaflli Unlt at4 kaanLf.; II aw. km nall.r aak aklk ajr ) ..! I II I . w..l aklhpl.a; Tafa. araal Ua.laeM Clffal.M, ii religious at Mt. Olive, Obion county, Toun., recently, has provoked a deal of acrimonious feeling aa be,borr' Mlia Haul. Watr.n. and etarybuily elae, can underiland ihe tween somo of their respective Tit conauinmallon of IbU bappj union laat lenience of the pretleui article If will only think for a moment. The followers.. Tho dobatants thema lot. life from ehllilliood to Ida ouplUl tbcv Laborere' Union of Kentucky ha't 70,000 selves are, no one doubts, III rtalltallon of alt dial la bright, member, and Ihe Stale demand boar, 40canla educated christian gentleUaullfuland Ira In llial wondraua ln due from eaeli member, wblcli la $18,000, and Ilia State olboera any they can't run men, nnd the body of those arraytplratlon thai prompt tba one man and the bualnraa of Ihe Union on that aura, ae Iht on woman lo leaf all el and elln( they bate added on, heeide S eenla conn. ed on the ono side or the other are III e lo Hi olhr until dtath do tlitrn ly due anil ocente nationamue, 1U cant actuated by an earnest christian pari, and aanotlfia lb holy relation wllb mora ivr dcslro In seeking truth, aud it ia LBiia iviiirera. lb blta.lnf of Ood and Hi Jojr of Tbe.Btate Union thai metal Howling Till happy young couple, brneh l)tan aillli lliraa dalanalaa f.Ain aanlt evou truo that much good ofteu of twu of oar uldril and moat blblj uiutily, omcera' aalarlre and all, coat about results from the thongbts awakenrtlptclrd famlllta, hay known and loir J.J,WV. ine u'l'gaiiBD naa not grown raeli oilier from childhood, and all lb any, far thry hato reduced the delegalee ed and investigations caused to wblla Ihe oomrounllr among whom lln I would aak bo made by such debates, but in In one from each county. ware Iwrn ami rained, bar known and hal do they do with the $20,000 or $2&, the instances whoro personalities Ifarm, Tba beaitllfully aolamn (xjo yearly eurplue. lod that emniad two llti already Tbarafore, dean Ibli lobe lufGclent nro engendered and bitter feelings blandrd, uttered lwpra. Italy by Re ttldenea thai I bad not the rttuoieal Idea Mooney, prtoeded by lit lofleotd lonn o ol calling any refl'ctloni uiion oar worthy caused to rankle, it is the opposite lb wedding march lit Mr. Alice Ambirj, I'reeldcal, Jobo M. Wrlglil, whom I be to the TheCous-ikfound III trueil aelio la Iht btarli of Iter lo be aa honeat and upright In all is a religious Journal to the all wliin b prtytd for Ood'e bltorlnct ih relation of llf any man who iter extent that Its politics favors liboon tbam. May lliry enjoy atery rth. trod the loll of Kentucky. ly blmlng. e. a. DALTinior. erty of religious opinion to all, an At a Matoaabla hear enppir w aud the enjoyment of audi opinnonnoad, and It being undar iba auiplo.i ItoUrteon fc Jonea, Joaealmro, Ark., ol Mr French, It goee without tba lay. wrlla: "C 0. C. Certain Chill Cnre pit ions with brotherly love and tolleg that the menu wae terled a toqnal. ii b tare! lallafacllon," I'laaaant t take. If tho wranglers, (not Ily, nleaalng to tha eye, daintily and ale. No cur, ao pay. Sold by C. A. Holcomii, erance. ganlly acrtad, and eapreially taaly, The meaning to condemn those who hindaon and lreanf wrlo tha popularity ofourutroui, debate In earnest search of truth) Tfclrel Nrrle. Ik nacb and leallfteH will deal day by day with that balottd bride and raln)tl txronia. Tba boeki for tha 3rd 8erlei of ibe may they lit, proapar, and to raoably which affeota the aoeial and spirithappy. Hickman llulldlag aad Loan Aaaoclallon poor round uat or ramiiXTi. are now opened, and percent drilling lo ual condition of the Amtorc. OiWr "f, J.ainar u.lt.run. CtlnaTra t lira etoek aboulj eall at once en toe Sec- about them more of Christ aud Ht), inah, an, aivii Tralhar aa4 Mlaa M, MiCnlrkaa) a.r Tra Krt. retary at Ihe CoUKlia office. The book less of creed, the cause of good MlM Harnat PMi.r llarrr lUa, Mr. u4 will aotcloao before February 20th, al "J will be well served. Mr M, C Mlll.t, Itaanllallla, kjr "llrfr Pik. Mr Mra J C Tana; KMlor Hickman Courier. lleam ll my duty to git an explanation lo a prerloua article that appeared In the Courier a abort time ago. I think Union, that the mainbera of lb MILLKT-KINUM- rilOH K. N. BALTIf HOf. Jurpan, Kx., Jan. SO, 1691. ItcllKlon Tho IJnll-Dltzlo- vm. Thealogy. do-bnt- r o SSfegrate Iffojariffl fojarifl I TREASURY Office of DEPARTMENT. of the Currency, 1890. u i. high-tone- d, the Comptroller I Our New Goods were bonght beforo tho tariff law took effect, anil we paid cosh down; so our customers can buy good goods at as low price ai over. We take pleasure in offering to the trade a largo selection of Washington, Nov. l.ltli, WHEHKaS. Ily satisfactory evldonco presented to tho undersigned, it has been mado to appear that Tim: Farm- man-kln- J iere-mon- y 1 Christ-principl- u the City of Hickman, in tho county of Fulton, and Stato of Kentucky, has complied with all tho provisions of tho Statutes of the United States, required to be complied with an association shall bo authorized to commence tho business of IJaliklug: SO V THKith'FutE, I, Edward S. Lacuy, Comptroller of tho Currency, do hereby certify that Thk Faumkrs and Merchants National Hank of Hickman, iu tho City of Hickman, m the County of Fulton, and Stato of Kentucky, is authorised to commence the business of Hanking as provided in Sentiou Fifty ono hundred aud sixty nine of tho Rovised Statutes of tho United States. IS TESTIMONY WHEREOF witness my hand VJtEV aud Soal of offlco this 13th day of November, 1890. be-for- ers and Merchants National Dank of Hickman, In from the cheapest to the linvnt iu varloae ehadeB. qnality. SILKS nnd SATTEENS A large supply of o Ladies eaaiT4TaaT47JwwMwe and Children's Cloaks and Jackets, JEANS. wliich must bo, old and SOLD VERY LOW. FLANNELS, BLANKETS, TABLE CLOTHS. and many other articles QUILTS, TOWELS. NAPKIR. SUGS, nAltl'RTS. OIL CLOTHS, SZ7? No. E. S. LACEY, 1 to nnmerons to mcntfoir, all of which will auu niBBi ie tsviA) viittv luh. We are in earnest wliei we claim to have the best stock of SIDES, AND MEN'S ComitrulUr of the Currenry. 4405. I. LADIES AND CHILDREN'S BOOTS AND SHOES Ig Hw-l.- that we ever bought. Giyjutiy of these Goods a trial, and job will be convinced ttiour house is the plaee to bay . w,., w BODTBua SHOES. OUR IMMENSB, STOCK OP '"" wrati-rw-t- j Mai-tl- a l, a'cloak p, in , but new member, ahould call earlier, algn Ibe constitution and bate certificate of itoek properly Blledoul, Ae. Gentsr Famishing Full Stock of FURNITURE, consisting of Gocds and Clothing here. Bargains ! Sf.. LOCAL NEWS. We have mado the center counXtr. 0. K. Wilcox, representiter iu onr store the Remnant Barng tie Daylon Ohio Wheel Company, gain Counter, and you will find "bo In boco In Hickman, tha pail week, remnants of Dress Goods, Laces, proepeeliog, bai decided to put a plant in Embroideries, Hoso, Shoes, &c; at lIlekDian, and for Ibe preient will with llerlwrck, Ualtier, & Co. iu fact, inuny articles at less than Tliiy ll put In three latbn for tha pre. first cust. enl. aid wilt ajd aa tha material la be l:LMt J. Amuero'ei Sons. bad will demand. Bed Room Setts, Folding Lounges, Centre Tables Rocking Chairs, Mattrasses, AVc is complete, and you can And just tho qna'itty nud price yoa want A LARUE STOCK OF c. TFGLTXiiJL-QueouBware, y C3r:rooo:riogj arc also prepared to do all kinds of n.ESI-Aa.in- . N'T-kla- line For anything in tho go to Carpenter Itros'. home Furniture EXCaRSIONTO NASHVILLE. Only S3 for Round Trip. II la, a. Ika aaraalh l Caaalaf, WALKER-PAnK- ER. - dm Ask for The Heat Tonic. For salo everywhere. Mrs. Nettle lluckner la yislt-Iii- r her mother nt Contrnlia, Ilia. You can save money by buying your Furniture at Carpenter Hros'. Tlio lMucatloual Asaoclnlloii mccta at liiakinnn College the Oral tSnturiliiy in I'ebruHry. See tlio cheap goods on our itcmiiitiit Counter. 1:23 4t J. AMliuno'8 80NB. Mrs. Itoaa Hubbard leflTuca-linfor Hroukavllle, I'U., to visit lier parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. N. White. IIOCK Hkos' la theiiUoo logo to have your eyes tested nml fitted to Spectacles of all kinds. 8:22 llnrdweit capitalists nro to start n Imuk M that jtlacr, a thing they have long needed. Ask for The West Touic For aale everywhere The contest for tlio Domorest Medal will take place nl the l Church Tlio public tiro Invited to attend. Carpenter Uros will sell you Furniture cheaper than an) body. Tlio Missouri Legislature suit. It has determined to tnxko no appropriation for the World's Fair if tho Forco bill afaaii pass. Wall Paper cheaper thnn over Only SO cents unci up for papering I). E. Wilson & Oo. ii room. The Ht. Louis Short Line, ili. Illlaol. (nirl Rallrol nl die Cairo Stun Lin, hti IntuiuriltJ lb ruunlB( of l'ollroaB palatial hufftt aUp y pre-(inri- ng lb brldi'a parent, At Ik rcildne-- f In line city, on Wrdatadiy etealpg, Jan. 28ib, by IUt. Mr MCluky, of Troy, Ton Mr. Claud Walker to Mlai Ian t'arker. Bni-tls- fol-low- ", I'ulton and Hickman countl. TkJoy. nut gid will of a boat of frlaadi ! ! Ibiayonngeaupl, .bewaring In good wllb. ea ettry poeeible bleating upon tbam. At Fraik Oyaltra kept regularly daring Ihe appointed hour the bridal party enter-c- d th wlnier naion, at. Ibe laatily arranged parlor lo Ihe beau 11.11 W. F. (iEYER'S. llfal alraloe of Mendclaolia'a wadding march, ex ecu led by Mra. Wilt Uatlaer, and taking their poeilioaa, than and Ibere BUIIOKa- - f'ANAI. reLIIKHE. Ulaad Inn 1'arker wer united In Ike bely Uondi of raatrlmoBy, lo lite Llrooks' canal scheme is taking log'lbar according toflod'a holy ordinance shape. Tne Jackson, Teuu., board until death Jo them pari. Life, wllb all Ita broad future, prubablllllea and poeel of tradp has caused tho survey to billllra, la before tbtaa worthy young po-p1- bo nmilo by Gapt. Williams, which and If prayera of loting frleoda tball allows tho pructibility of a canal a. all, that future will eter bloeaom and to connect the waters of tho bloom wllb roart of prosperity and bpp. mid the Forked Deer rivaaee. Th wltnrtaed by orrtnony w a number ot Intlttd frienda, and at the ers, nliich will shorten tlio dis proiwr hour Ibe gurei. war. enlertalaed tance from SliefUeld to the lower 800 miles, aud the wltb an tltgaut aad bountiful aupptr, Mlsslnslppl wm ih rtcipleal of a number scheme Is to be presented to Th brld of twauilful, rare end csatly praaanla, but Congress. not bring furnlehd with a llal a description la oultied. 0. C. Certain adit Cur," the moit pWaatut to lake of all Fetir and Ague Mrs. Jefferson Davis is criti- Kenxdieo. Warranted to cure Chill. nd Sold by C. A. HOLCOMDE. cally III In New Vork City, aod bar daugh Fcter. lar, Mlee Winnie, e helping her with bar Ufa at JasTaraan !4tia, la lb etforv to W.J. Sandrbson, who recentcomplete tb work before death aball otar-lak- e ly aenedalertn In tho penitenbar. tiary from MayOeld, hns sued tho Don't faii In go lo Carpenter iCiSnca Of tlio jirlnutl fut 2,",000 Mla Nelll. Koger. f The falryaung bride la a dtugbtar nnr wall known aod popular lowmman, Mr. Bam Parker, aad lie groom lb ion f Ilea. B. K. Walker, Krpr.aeolallt freaa Alt.ndanU Mr. Ham Jobni.n and MI Anna Kawlki, Mr. Tcbudl tJarayn aad of Mr. and Mra. Friday nlxbl, January 23rd; Mi Annie Alexander and Dan Rior; )l!u Maggie Thomae aad IM Miae Una King and lOule Tbrel-keld- ; Ml. i Maltle Mewhlnnay and K Maddoi; Mlae Mary Tbomaa and Cue TbrelkelJ, Malti Tbomaa and John Maddoi, Mn. tlollla Mawblnner and Alex Hlce, Ml.e Uelta flil.ba and Harry Maddot, Mli.ee Maltle Harper Mary Vanot tad MaMullea; Lee Maddox, 11 Tkr.lk.U, Will Daeon, Charlea McUanlal. C. Parham, Pre Harper. Taix. al lb hoepilabl 'Ihe following young country people enjoyed a drltghiful aorprli patly llardla Maddax, Mar-hal- l, lU A ipectal axeur.lou train wilt leate Hickman al 8.80 a. m.Tbunday, Feb. lOtb, and run through lo Xaihrllle, tbna gltlng a daylight arrltal iu the ltock City, about New Advertisements. 3.30 p. in. on the aime day. Tbla ll certainly a rare opporlnaity for etary body, contenlent lo bualncu niiu a well a Excureloaiali thoie leaking pleaiore. can return at pleaaure on any regular ca.mii. On pair work Mule. One yoke work traiai, within on, two, three, four or fit daya. Unly f3 for ihe round trip from Oxen. Alb in good fix. Alao two road Hickman, Woodland Mill or Union Cliy. Waioni. Com lo ie meat Cayee, Ky. CARPENTER BRO'S, J. AMBERG'S SONS. JHCJLaBaJX4am., 7vT J3JMJE?rSr A FULL STOCK OF JBZ.msxm.;-u.c'Mx.-9r- . Give us a call beforo buying. Our prices are as low as the lowest. WORK. Glasswnro, ITardwaro, Doors, Smh, Blinds, Moulding', Oils, Paints, &c, constantly on mud. Our Motto Good Goods, aud Sell as Low as any House I 7- r'on 1:30-4- 1 oit J. ciii:iit. BB.IMBBK'TawaaVfllaOaTjBtaVaTSBaV eawawaTaTaTaTaTaTiEaBaT4jlawtTaTa HJDlHakanBaWaWaBM QataaBlawlVJflSHaaRH grl Oa-ater- Oj-Mter- a Wkrnd ! C'aah ing an altraetite adtertlaement, D yea give your adterlliiminla your beat attenThe reason that D. B. Bryant 7 a large buit-ne- n tion If you excct to do is oo the fact that you know ao many has marked down prices, nnd you will gel left. The one yon selling Groceries so low, is that ho people, don l know am greaUr In Ihe majotlly. buys for cash and Bells for cash. How are you to reach them In Ibe fa Call round and test tho difference xpenee? ily between cash torable manner al the prices anil credit placing an altraetite adterllaemant tn 1:1G:'91 prices. ibe nempapir. Oates, of Ala- There la a great deal in writ W. MAYPIELU. For Onlj a. 11 rut llIHHKraKaJwal Nolo Uciiler In PABST BREWING 1 e, Ten-iicsBC- C a com-PrUli'- f ln lira. coaelir blwru cart anil firl-cUirm(hla and St. Loali, on fait ebtJuU a For cheap Furniture go to Carpenter Itroa'. The ice men nro gottlng badly scared about the Ice crop, as they Justly claim that tun weather must turn In tho next few days or they will ho unablo to house auy loo at all. Auk for Tho Heat Tonlo, For K0-4-t sale everywhere. John Carter who was sen Icnctil ta baag on tba of nxt month t Majfleld for lha munUrof Wm Traf. foril, ha. ba, bla italnc comroulut lo Iniprlaonmtal fur Ufa, Oor, lluckotr Wta hla eonimutatlon became of ill x lrm. toulh of Crtrr, and Ibat lio aa rtarad in a wbool of le.. Tba murilar, it I llsttvl, kiu a luosl ttlrixluti out. ih V &.' V. For perfeot'fltting Suite, equal to finest merchant tailor work, go to IUltzkr & Shaw'h and cll for Strouso & Uroa' Clothing. -- After trying every method of advertising known to this Inventive nge, the Pennsylvania; rail' road has docidod to abandon nil except through the newspapers, which it has found pays more largely for tho outlay than auy other kind. Lime, Cement, Suit, Hay, Urau, &c, wo kcop constantly on hand, nt lowest prices. 4:lMf Smith, Ellison & Oo. Tho members of Datchelor Lodge, KnlghtH of Honor, of Moscow, Ky., will celebrate tho first anniversary of their lodgo on tlio evening of Fobruary 13tb, by giv. Iiik nn orstor atiDiier. tho proceeds of which will be for tho benefit of tho lodgo. Everybody Invited to come. Wo acknowledge an Invitation to bo present. Como and select your cliolco on Remnant Counter. Good goods nt less than cost. l:23-4- t Bros' when you want Furniture. Tho Franklin, Ky., Times says that it ia pretty well established that two citizens of Franklin are heirs to the Immense Edwards' estate of t50.000.000 in Now York, which la to be divided up among sovenil hundred heirs. Judge 0. L. Handle's family Is direct In lino in heirship to this vast estate, and , to his sido will descend about and to himself about Judge Handle, himself, does not take much, If any stock hi the prospect, but others think It real. The work of grading the public- gruuiuls In front of Hickman Collego has been commenced by tho city authorities, with tho ultl mate purpose of fencing it, putting It in grass, planting out trees, &c. ami mnkiiir; a kind of publio park of it. These- grounds nro now ugly,unsightly, but whou improved, as now contemplated, will add much to tho beauty of tho collego grounds and the surrounding locality. It is n good and needed Improvement. Iluttericks Patterns, all kinds aud sizes, kept on hand at D. E. Wilhon & Oo'rJ. Thore aro now eleven prisonone-halfone-fiftgully-bo-wash-e- er aUallng, 1 bout l.rtahlug. 1 bog flealllig. and 1 eteauH and battery. Lev. Jam, ua- lb negro whoi death enlnce by reeionof Jury pronouncing him fendd la allll In a condition that myall-fi- n all oWrtera. II ha ceaied lb ooa. tlnuou 'bumping" lhal cbaraelarltad bla action when th Inqueat wa bald, eali bla foot now, but has fallen off to a mere kelelon and Iter ettry thread of cloth Ing from bla pirioo and at ay a naked lu theeoldtat weather, except lo pull a blaak-oter hlmaelf at tlmaa. lie allll reTueea lo talk, and laya, or crouchea, wild a fixed alare out of hla eyea that It appeara nothing can cbango or dltert. et murdtr,3forgrndlreny, larton.t Id the county all, 3 on th ebarg of bora for injuries received while at work outside tho walls of tho penitentiary. The Indian "war" is over. Gouerat Miles baa left the field for Chicago, Messrs. Harrison and Noble have Sittluir Hull's Ecmarkaljla Bescne. scaln, a considerable number of women and babies and an Head Mr. Michael Curtain, rialnBeld, III , oxpenso account of several mil- makee Ibe elalernenl ibat abe caught cold, lions to show for their Decided which tiled on her lung; ah waa treated for a month by ber family pbyalclan, Itaco Policy. but grew woraa. Ha told ber abe wa a Tub cold weather throughout htifieltu riilim tf toniumilion and Ibat no Europo is more severs than for medicine could euro her. Her drugglal half a coutury. The rivers of auggrated Dr. Klug'a New Dlacotery for I ranee aud Italy aro frozen over Conaumpllon; alio bought a bollli and to her delight found heriilf benefited from with ice six nud eight feet thick. flril doir. 8be continued ita un and Commerce on tlio railroads is prac- after taking ten boltlra, found hcreelf tically ut a Btaud still on account aouud and well, now doe bar own homeof impussablo snow drifts. Great work and ia a wall aa abe eter waa, HtitTorlng and death is reported Free trial boltlea of IhL Great Dlicotery A. Itoloomb' Drug 8tore, large botamong human beings and pucka of at 0.50s sad 100. tles f anu numerous wild beasts woivcn nro iiivudiug isoluted districts in THaFapena Week for n IXallnria Yenr Franco. Tho unusually large fall Th weekly edition of Ibe the St, Louia of snow and tho torrlblo severity Kepubllc ll now praollcallr a tho weather have out off their of Buhacribera gel two pipers each week. means of subslstauoe, aud tho Iba price la one dollar a year, juat half In uutmals have becomo desperate Ihe price of the cheapen through hunger, and fearlessly the esuntry Sample copies or a premium catalogue aent free lo anyone. prowl about tho bouses to tho THK REl'UUUC, SI. Louia, Mo. fieoplo. The samo state of affairs to exist Spain, and from atnckleai'a Arnle-e- . Hielte. Cadiz como reports of wolves Tin 1)et Salvi In tbo world for Tula, in tho streets of tho Drillers, 8orem Ulcers. Salt Jtlieum. Ferer Soiea, Tetter, Chapped Hand, Chilblain, snburuB. y. eemi-weik- ly poll-lltel- f bama, tells a little story from which he draws the moral that thero is no need of a shot gun policy to influence the colored voters In the South. There is, he says, a planter Iu hla district, by tho name of Itoynolds, who has two large plantations and employs several hundred uegroos. He has built a Methodist church on ono plantation and a Baptist church on tho other, nud he hires, at his owu expense, two preachers. If they cannot settle tho disputes which frequently arise, the congregations appeal to Mr. Reynolds whoso decision is final. Ho looks after tho creature comforts of his men with such fidelity that, when electlou day conies, they go to the polling places nud vote for his friend, the latter being in every cabo the Democratic candidate. New York Times. Kefbksentatitb Special Notice ! On and after MONDAY, JANUARY 12th, wo will DELIVER GOODS bought at nur Store to any part of the city FREE. Thanking you for past favors, wc hope to Dicrit your patronage by selling good goods at the lowest prices. J, AMBERG'S l:9-2- m Hnlo Uunlcr In ANDREW LOHR tOl" 4JP3 1 BOTTLING II.L'8 CO'S CAIKO, Celebrated Milwaukee Lager Beer. .A. is-X IS A. X, n It WATCHES, CHAINS, &c Just Received, nnd will be sold Cheaper than over before. Everything guaranteed aa represented nt All fooja H.liieraJ fr. cf cliarga, All Urdere rouiptljr HUeJ. IN Standard Temperance Drinks. 12 J ivki: I C . Ky. Hickman, SONS. Jk. JExjlIJ. H. BUCHANAN is offering some BIG BARGAINS to close out tlio balance of WINTER GOODS. Blankets, Comforts, Overcoats, Cloaks, Flannels, Mens Caps, Be Buck Bros. COUNTRY I'KODUCK. :andrMade Leather foods f NOW BEING SOLD AT Line o" We will pay tho bigheat price for Country Produce. Also, you can always find a fresh supply of Butter, Kffpa, Chickens, &c, and a general line of Family Groceries, at our store iu East Hickman. HELM BROS. se27-t- f sure and price theso goods before buying aud savo lots of good Heavy Boots. 1:0 R. E. CONNELLY & Connelly, DRY GOODS Dealers in AND CO., Stock. changed for M. B. SHAW. DR. ELLIOTT'S or Uyq NOTICE! STRAYED OR STOLEN. From Ih. imHerelauti. nil the nlelit money. Kentucky, GROCERIES, All persous indebted to us, either by note or account, will please call and settle. 1:91m J. Ahbkro's Sons. of Dee. 27t!i. 1890, ONK BLACK MAKE, is good condition, one white lilnd fool, a few wtiilebalraon left aide of neik from collar mark, ahod all round, about 15 banda high, and 10 yean old. A liberal reward will ba given for ber return, or inform. Addree., Hon of her whereabout! D. 0. MUACHAM. Country Product of alt klnda taken in ex change for Goodi. Cash price paU for llt.'-'S- S all kind, of FUKS. Medicated Food, A Sure Cura for a' I Diseases In ""MISS R. ADELLE ALLEN, HORSES, Cattle, Sheep and Hogs Arising from Impurities cf tb Blood, anal from functional Derangejnenta. Tj Sucftnor lo J. : C. Elli$on. Books and Stationery, Hickman, QOOK8 : Kentucky. P , l;18.lf lllckraan. Ky. Ad-dr- ni, NOT KEPT IN STOCK, order-Jed on request. Sialioniry of variety and ityle. ajU Alao, agtntfor Ih leading of Iho United Stales. A DEAD SHOT ON WORMS, AID 1 CERTAU ery new-pape- rs 'rwsiT- - Tnr-- " Z- "NOTICE OF DISSOLUTWN. 0. Gall nt D. II. II ry ant's and try his Fancy Patent Flour at 95.75 a barrel. A number of families in Hickman have tried it and recommend it. Guurautcd to be equal 1:10:'01 to the host. HKAUT Ttt UU Fuut'y Talent Flour. Tbe firm of T. "T. SWAVNE A CO. ha Ihl dej Ulniolroa copartaenlilp, bjr mutual eonrent, R. m. liter and J. R. railrlnaj. (T. X, Gwajvne aaiumea H atlng botinht out R. M. Melbeny'a City Uakery ana Qrocry, 1 will be pleated all liablliliei. All lerions owing ealil y lo an all kt old friends and Coma, and all Skin Krupliona, nnd firm muit come fl rward and aettle aam It l.y ibe IStli of Jiouary. AfUr ibat data cnalomer- oiire I'ilea, or no ray U guaranteed to glto perfect aatiaf action, all claima will be'plaeud in tbe banda of Uro ml, CuIcch, 5t:o. I or money refunded. Price 25 oenta per an officer for collection. Alwiiyn on box. For aale by 0. A. Uoloombe, Drug-yia- t. T. T. 8 WAYNE, HW Delivery Dread Wagon will visit 11. M. 1SLER. you etery day. QEO. KOERNEU. J. R. WEtiTBUOOK. ial8lf Hickman, Ky., Jan. 1, 1(91. Weat-hro- BAKERY IBAKERY! iiuiiii A P. CRKBDLB iDrugi, Medlelnr. OH. Ao, Hickman, Ky. Oenera) Mercbandiis and Feed iiuff, Fulton, Ky. ALEXANDER & TITT3. K. V. THOMAS. Otneral WOHTH, Drug and Uromiei, Jordan, Ky. Mrrchandlia, Slate Line, Ky. Naylor & Oliver, Cayee, Ky. A. HOLCOMDE, FOn SAI - PREVEITION OF HOG CfiOlSIU. 31Y a. iwf-- i m Frosh THE OLD kEIJABIjEt. mm mm: OF TUB OHAS. A. HOLCOMBE, Dealer In DRDGS.HEDICIHES, PAINTS AHD DYE-STOFF- Ta AFRICA. A diapalch from Atlanta, Ga., J. AMDKua'a Sons. Air shins that uro wheolod in to museums and other places of nmiiBcuioutuud placod upon boxes to be bettor scon are not tho kind of uir ships that tho public nro looking for, If Pennington will Htop talking nml settle down to business his efforts will be better appreciated, Everybody is waiting for an uir ship that will fly, nud just ut this time it looks as If they nQuld bo kept waiting somo time, w 2 DON'T FORGET to hunt up ItuoK Hno'B and soo their beautiful und comploto stock of Jewelry, &c. No troublo to show goods. 11:7 Everybody iuvltod. Tho second session of Hickman Collego will opon upon Monday Jan. 20. All who oxpoct to attend this school should be pros-cu- t upon that day. We can accommodate a fow moro pupils from tho surrounding country. Wo hope that all, especially those living in town, will coiibuU the best Interest of their children, ami keep them In school. You cannot BtTord to keep your children from school. Tlioso of onr pupils llvlug in town will be thrown back a yeur In their work by not attendLook ing tho coming session. to tho wtlvuncemout of your children. number of ignorant colored peo-plfrom tho West nud South bad OF HICKMAN, KENTUCKY, arrived thero with the intention iu, 1HUO. to tho seaboard and of proceeding embarking for Africa. The men C. B. B1I.TZXB, JORKW. rowniLL, v. rnuiiikt. who buvo led these people to Hook rraaUiat. were oolorod emigrant to Atlanta RESOURCES. agents who wont through various 7", 106" 32 Southern stutes aud mado them Loana and Dlacounli, 7,00 00 believe that by tho paymout of $1 Mlioellaneou Hondi, ju.aio 70 Uue from ol ber banki, t und tho sending of a 8,309 02 Hanking liouie and stamp they would receive a ticket Uxpenie and lam fixlurei, 2,851 70 paid, which would bo good for their Caah, 8,9(itl 80 to the seaboard transportation $110,951 49 at Charleston or Savnnuah, for tho LIABILITIES. sea passage to Africa, nud for a 40,000 00 tract of land in that country. Capital (look paid, 64,039 72 This scliomo it appears originated Depoilli, profit, 4,41177 iu Washington aud its hcadquur-tor- Uoditldad V!,600 00 Rcdlicoatnt, aro now there, tho company nimliiiic- it being orgaulzotl in $110,061 49 W. a JOHNSON, Caehlir. April, 1881, under tho bend of o couvejs tho information that a Hickman 3t:c Bank, And get yotir Ulackaroithitig and genira) F. Marr bom plac, adjoinKepainna done at ing eorporate limits of Hickman, conalit-inof 145 acre of land, 1 two atory S room home, barn, amoka homo, etc. Another collage houie for tenant. (Oorntr p Oiion anj Ezchaxgt Street!,) Dr. A. A. FAHIfl. Arrly to Tbe Ja. J. F. GRAY'S, HICKMAN, Good Work motto. L, HeY-Mll,- HICKMAN, KY. 1.0 nl-- 4w KT atllock-boltou- PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED. Residence for Rent. ltenlJenco loomed In Eaat Hickman, eonvenienl to the Colleg, contain 7 or 8 good cielcrn, oulhoum, gooJ garden and choice fruit. Apply for parlloular to litl.lf 0. M. WILDURN. rooma. Two i TrVORK a JOHN F. UHAY. f I'rlc. My apeciallr.! DR. anl6-'8- C PHYSICAN AI1D SURliEON lb ellUen J. A.. inj.HI8 hlirrofmlonal KENTUCKY Scrrlo to of Hickman and riclnlty " t-- Ii W. DIKSTELBRLNK. HICKMAN, Family Groceries. NOtrouble lo sbow all articles, goods. to space name Come and mnrSO-t- Don't You Forget 'V two-oon- Wall Paper I will tell Wall Deairingto oloe out tn al coat. t Cost. torn tirlnl, 00 present ttock, beautiful Call early and make l'r, him Witting A Koops tllO HOHt AHHortinont: of ii a. o1 It! bat no t-- t and Moscow Avenue. Unit Illckrury, Ky A. W. LINDSAY, o r n y-- a a t7, SALE AND LIVERY STABLE see, at the corner of Troy UIOKMAN, KY. MISS E. ADELI.E ALLEN. OflkA with II. 8. Murrell. 8:15 FAttis & Pakkek, KENTUCKY STREET "IT" EEPS constantly on band for blre IV n,nd sale HOUSES, BUOOIES and HACKS. HavluR purchased Ihe slnble, horns nnd entire outfit of W. II. l'lumnier wo to oonlioue tho butlufis, and AOME a HARROW. - "TUO National Emigration Society." Ulllietl OIUIUB IIIIU JUUU 18'Jl. Sworn to before me Ihl January Oih, A. A. DAVIS, N. V. The Acme ia the bost Harrow in use, and nt prices as low as can bo bought anywhere. HKLM BROS, Ag'tB, eo27-t- f Hickman, Ky. Goos GROCERIES To lo A. alVM IIIMany delivered to AttorneySt., at - law, Laol.ds "!.:!;,. Ciiniun Omce, B. T. DAVIS, HICKMAN, KY. attend promptly lo Lis care. to IN HICKMAH! TWIALI rt Will all biiilnriH iacbU-'9- ol the City oliclt itronago- - 15 1 I I .. I .. k .U, . - ' , ' I i" mmmmmmmm T? ' Jb '' ...,,aafajaaaaaaataaaaaaaalaaa.aa.a ' Jr"?f 14 t. . "aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaar nr' 1 , .TV. " V- - ; - t?vwWV " JBaitr S?5S55S! I liable patent medicines t "Ho l u cclnllt, and should knmvmor of the dlcae lio actually treiiti than lh ordinary ihvlolan; for wlnlo tho hutei mnvoomo across say fifty rae In n year of iho particular disono whlUi thl mrd lolno combats, its manufacturer InvestiDon't you supnovi his gate thousand prescription, which you buy reaily mnde up lor 50 centK, l likely to ilo uioio Rood than that of tho ordinary phlelan, who charge you nnuvhero from fi to Jll) for clvlne It, nml leave jou to pay tho cost ot Lavliik'Uprppaiodl "Iho patent medicine man, too, usually to mnnuo himself hat the Rood daylleases lloleaves totho tihysleiun eases in which there Is Immediate iolent fevers. Jto danger to life, Mull n does this bwnuse. In the tientmeut of such oases, thero ore other elcnfii's of Importance besides medicine, such ns proper dieting, irned nurslnp, n knoivltMco of tho runout' atroncth nud ro on W hero thero Is no absolute il.tnper to life, wheio tlio Is otic which the patient can dingnoso for himself or which s.'tnu ph,slclan has already determined, the patent medlclno mnkernnj fearlessly: '1 havo ft preparation which Is better than any other known nnd which will euro you,' In tiino cases out of ten his statement Is trua" This l absolutely true as regards the preat remedy for pain, St. Jacobs Oil. It can nsscrt without fear of contradiction, that It Is a prompt nnd permanent euro of pain. It ran showproolsof cures of chronic cases of 30, 00 and 41) years' standing In truth it rarely overfalls If usod according to directions, nnd a large proportion ot cures Is made by half tho contents ot a sin globolllo. It Is therefore the best. A met. (From id Interview, N. V World ) In nn Interview with a lefldlncdruc hou the N. V. WorM, Nov l, ISM), (jive this fol lowing romtuent on tho iroirietoi ot ro roit ills-caa- that a man wanting divorce should find It dearer than his wtfs Mas to him. Philadelphia Times. AVnT rub, and toil, and vtnr out yourself and your clothes on washday, wbon, over since 1901, Dobbins' Electric Soap has beon offered on purpose to lighten your labor, and save your clothes. Aow try It. Your grocer has It- No woNDta policemen aro good fleeter! tbey r nble to staud tip after a cood many rounds. Hlnt'haruton Republican. It Is notsurnrlstnc ff"" Prevention It better thin core, nd people who are tnbjees to rhcumfttl'tii, ran preterit allaraa br aetpins lb blood part) ana free from the seta which cause the disease. This lucnem tht ue o llood't BarsapartU, nnquestlnnaDtr the Hit tiloo.1 perl-BenJ which bs ben d wiiti great lucre" forthit r purpo'Obr msnr people. Hod's Sarisparllla has slo cured Innumerable rasrs ot rbeurcallim o( tlie sat eret orw''T IU powerful effect tn neutralitlnt acidlir it the blood, and In enabling the ildners and liter lo properly re more ibe waste ot the artiem. Trr It. N n. If jnu deride to taso llood'a flarseparW donolbslnducod lobuj any substitute. Is that on the plastering of the Is It it phantom? Is It it spirit? la It Ood? Out of tho blnolc sleeve of WrltltiB Bvor on tho Wall, Which the tlnrhness n linger of fiery terror trembles through the nlr nnd come to AH Mny Uond. the wall, circling about as though It would write, and then, with sharp tip Rln Una ?ta,lItflf Hlnc In tlm Knrtli, flnme, engrnves on the plastering tho Hut Ilia Ileitis M Slirnmlril In doom of tho King. Tho nitisle stops. llntirt f i)M h -- Dr. Tho goblet falls from the nerveless Srrmn"- prnsp. There Is a thrill. There is tt start-Theshriek of terIs n thousand-voicePr. TnlmnifoV text " nanlel v. .10. "In Hint night wr jtcMinziar, Klntf of ror. Let Daniel bo brought Ui to rend tlu Clmldenns, Main." that writing. Ho comes In. lloreadsit: "Weighed in tho balance and found After tliu site of Itakvloii lind been two thllllpri men wero employed wanting." for tlio conatructlpa of tlio wall nntl Mennuhlle tho Assyrians who for principal worlta. 'J he w nils of tlic city two yenrs hnd been laying slego to vcro alxtv mllis In circumference. that city, took advantage of that enrous-n- l nnd came In. I hear the feet of the They were surroundru ''J' ' trench out or which linil.Iwcn tlup tho material tor conquerors on the palace stairs. Masthe construction ,oi the city. There sacre rushes In with n thousand gleamwere twenty-flv- e pttes of solid hras on ing knives. Penth bursts uinm tho ench side of tlic Mjtiare city, ltctwcen scene; nnd I shut tho door of that banevery two tfittcsfn preat watch-towequeting hall, for I do not want to look. sprang tip Into tlid heavi ns. Trout each There is nothing there but torn banof tho twenty-flr- f atcs m cither side, ners, and broken wreaths, and tho slush n treet ran Rtraljit ttmmirli to the Tjle of upset tnnknrtls nnd the blood of muron the other slitfc, to that thero were dered women, nnd the kicked and tumllfty streets, caeji fifteen miles lone, bled carcass of a dead King. Tor "In which (fave to tad city nn appearance, of that night was Ilelslmizar, tho King of wonderful repJrIty Tho houses illil the Chaldeans, slain." I go on to leuin that when Ood writes not ju!n each ither on the ground, and liclwccn 'jthrm were gantens nny thing on tho wall, n man had better to read It as It Is. Daniel did not misinnnd shrubbery, J I'rom )iPie-toliou.sc-to- o brldrf.s hwnng, over which terpret or modify the handw ritlng on the Inhabitant were aceustometl to the wall. It Is all foolishness to expect pass. A branca f the Euphrates went a minister of the (lospel to preach through the city ovrr which a bridge of things thul the pcoplo like, or marveloua atrw ture was thrown, nnd tha people choose. Young men, what Shall I under which a It ntiel ran. To keep tho shall I preach to yon elty tell you of the tllgnlty of human nature 7 tho river from ""rtijprjowlng in times oi fmatiULi rr,-n- t lake was nr--1 Shall I tell you ot tho wonders that our , which I race has accomplished? "Oh, no," you rnntroil toijStctf Joyirihi, the wafif vn Ucptiw In n reservoir snv: "tell nio tlio message mat camo until ytnes of ilronp;ht,lien it wrui sent from Ood." 1 will. If thero is any fctrearilntrtlown over the thirsty Intnl. liandw ritlng on the wnll, it Is this lesson; "Accept of Christ, nnd be saved!" A ii1nce RtcKxlatcncli mil of the. nitlo r.asl 1 might talk of n great many other llriilpe, omy palnin in compass, nnd the other things; but that is the message, nnd so ptilnco seven nml a hnlf miles in clrcum-ferenc- I declare it, .Testis never flattered those to whom The if of.Jseliticlindnetrar, kivinp been Vrotight tip amon the he preached. He said to tlioso who did mountain? of Media could not Mnnd It wrong, and who were offensive in his in this Hat conttry of ltahylon, nnd to, sight, "Ye generation of vlporsl ye to please her, Ncliuchadnerznr hnd a whitcd scpulchcrsj how can you escape BABYLON. What wnllV Tl' ing Ho Is enthustnstlo. Ifo i t0. qtient, lly one spring ho mny bound to heights toward which ninny men have Wen struggling for years. A profession opens before him. lie is d in the law. Ills friends theer him. Eminent men encourago him. After nwhlle you may seo him standing In the 1'nltcd States Senate, or morlng eitnb-llshe- THE COMMONWEALTH. Lotisvil.t.K Is working to havo the Cnpltnl removed to that city. An meeting was held In Lleder krntz Hall, n few nights ngo, to that end. .Mils Jin.l.s Hioimr., tho Meado County woman charged with tho murder of four of her children, was adjudged Insane nt Muldrnugh, n few days ngo. She w as ordered committed to tho THE LONDON A CADDY. n re d r ns trees nre moved in n whirlwind. Some night ho retires early, a fever is on him, delirium, Hko a reckless charioteer, seizes tho reins of his intellect. Father nnd mother stand by nnd see the tides of his life going out to tho great ocean. The banquet lis coming to nn end. The lights of thought and mirth nud t'!.H,ueiice nre bclug extinguished. The garlands nro snatched from the brow. Tho vision Is gone, Deatli nt the banquet. Vj sftv the same thing, on a Inrger scale, Illustrated at the last war in this country. Our whole nation hnd been sitting ut a national banquet North, South, Host und West. What grain was there, but wo grew it on our hills What invention was there, but our rivers must turn the wheel, nud rnttlo the popular assemblage by his cloquenc. tbfcc-fiunrtc- e. Hood's Sarsaparilia Holder all drnrclste. ft sit for . Prepared ontr b; C. I. HOOD A CO, Apoltiecirtcj. Lcwell. Ma- - IOO Doses One Dollar 4uL0s ikif.i iipr(BLrHk. t Both the method nnd results when Syrup of Figs is tnkcu; it is pleasant nnd refreshing to thotate, and acta ntly vet promptly on tlioJiulucys, liver nnd J3oweI, cleanses tho sys tem cucctunlry, dispels colds, Head-nchand fevers and cures habitual constipation. Syrup of Figs k tho only remedy of its kind ever produced, pleasing to tho taste-- and acceptable to tho Etomaeh, prompt m its action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared only from the most healthy and nrepablo substances, its many ozcellent qualities commend it to all and havo made it tho most popular remedy known. Syrup ot Flga is for salo in 60o and $1 bottles by all leading druggists. Any reliable druggist who may not havo it on hand will procure it promptly for any ono who wishes to try it. Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. fHAUOISCO, OIVI5 ENJOYS louisviue. Kr. new rornt. n.k CAU OAKLAWN FARM. 380 PERGHERONS Largely Brilliant Blood, XT' mounlnln 400 fiftl'ilih built In the midst Tlil' mountain wns surof the city. rounded ly tcmecsy for the support of which trrcnt nrclics w crc lifttsl. On the top of these- nrcie flat Mimes were laid, then a layer of reeds nnd bitumen; then tuorowr, of tnclts, closely cinented: then thick shecU of lead, upon which tho soil wns pliced. The earth hero deposited was sotlcep that the largest trees had rooni l anchor their roots. All the glory of the flowery tropics wns spread out at that trctncndtMi hcighC" until it must have seemed to one below ns though the clouds were all in blos-K)t- n and the sky leaned on tho shoulder of tho eednr. At the top au engine was constructed which drew tho water from the Euphrates far below, and made it spout up amid this garden of the shies. All tilts to please, his w ifel I think she must have leen pleased. In tho midst ot. this city stood also the Temple of llelits. One of its towers off a mile high, and nit was tho top of it an observatory, which gavo the astronomers great ndvnntage, as, being at so great a height, ono could easily talk with tho stars. This templo was full of cups, and statues and censors, all of gold. One image weighed a thousand llahylonish talents, which would be equal to S.W,000,000. All this tiy day, I ut now nlghtwas aliout to come tlow n on llahylon,"'. The shadows of her !T.O towers liepan to lengthen. The Euphrates n lied m, touched by the flery tpkndorsof tlio setting bun; and gates of brass burnished and glittering, opened and shut like doors ot flame. Tho hanging garrtrns of ilnbylon.wct with the. lien; Jiv,lM'gnii to pour.from dripping leaf, a frastarlit flowers grance for many miles around. Tlio streets nnd squares were lighted for dance and frolic and promenade. The theaters and galleries of nrt invited the wealth and rnnnp and grnndeur of the city to rare entertainments. Scenes of riot andgwasuill were mingled in every street; godless mirth and outrngcous"exoc4s nnd splendid came to the King's palaco to do their mightiest deeds of darkness. A royal feast ut the King's palace! Hushing up to the gates are chariots upholstered with precious cloths from Dcdari nnJ drawn by horses from Toparmah that rear and neigh in tho grap of the charioteers, while a thousand lords dUmount, nnd women, drrsr-c- In all the splendors of Syrian emerald, and tho of agate "nnd the chastcness of coral nntl tlio noiubwr glory of Tyrian purple, and princely embroideries brought from afar by camels across the ilesvrt and by ships of Tanlitsh across the sea. Open wide the (rates nnd let the guests h 106 FRENCH COACH HORSES, Large, Si)liu, Fiit, - for lupejJWN. This aggregation, that, comDinca wrnrirriWL rionty in Individuals, with tne. tnoicest, Karen, Breeding, was never belore equaled in tho bistorr cl breeding now comprises tho STOCK ON HAND at this Greateit Establishment of IU Mod ; among them tha on earth Ax llorso importing ana At tho Grout Frenoh Fniro. YIIICUH 11EYOND COMrKTITIOX. For Information and Catalogue, addreu, UmviatAi. Exrojiriow. Pxaia, iM FORTY FIRST PRIZES Winner of Thirteen First IrUea D M. W. DUNHAM, Wayne, Illinois, on rtilrt?.fle rollca weit of Chicago, sua C. 4 MW. fl'r. between Turner Junction tpii maa.; iM,ma. W!i tH' (.A. IF '45" pr-- gjOTHERS' FRIEND MAKES.GHILD BIRTH EASY if usco oerons confinemcnt. nooK to "Muiiuna" Hjm.ru Knit. nilAUriELW Itl.UI'l.ATIIIt CO.. ATlJUSTA.Ok. HOLD u r all URt'uoirm. ENGINES. M. RUMELYCO., 'TRACTION AND PORTABLE "RUMELY-- R WamThreslwrs and Horse Powers. WrlK fur I llmtrated Catalogue, mailed Krea. LAPOnTE, IND. Dr.Bull'i Cough ByrapS'JU'.Sg'g ima-ioc nnnr inn in nn DUnC WCLLd i i li- t uvuau nlTJH CntoioKUo t'iffin,"- - ohio,1JK" pkeeJ rum rana ,, u,n .nu. mnuic BEECHAM'S IHE GREAT ENOUIH Titer tl.Mall tWllaai atliera fAII, t xnj li. I In. !, to 44 Inclifi tllamtttr Oar Wall Marblntt ara tba mnit ii'KiLE,arrraHl L Hh.rHnUlllJl UIIIIL' ...I m n.liOIII A'l HI I'IKini MONEY! riujili PILLS REMEDY.) Curo BILIOUS and -- Nervous ILLS. a Bex. 25cts.Dnuaoitrrs, ov vjjj the dnmnatlon of hell!" Paul the apostle preached before a man who was not ready to hear him preach. What subject did he take? UljJ lie fay. "Oh! von arc a giKsl man, a very fino manj n very noble man?" No; he preached of right eousness to a man who was unrighteous; of temperance to n man of victim who was tho hnrd cappeytcs; of the judgment to come to a man who was unfit for it. So wo must always, declare thu message that happens to come to us. Daniel must read it as it Is A inininU r preached before Jnines I. of England, who was James VI. of Scotland. Vhat sub ject did he take?. The King was noted all over tho world for Itelng unsettled and wavering in his Ideas. What did the minister preach nbout to this man who was James I. of England nnd James VI. of Scotland? Ho 'took for his text (James I., 6). "Ho that waveretli is Hko a wave of tjie sen, drhen with tho wind mid totscd." Hugh Lntimer offended tho King by a sermon he preached, and tho King said; "Hugh Latimer, come and apologize." "1 will," said Hugh Lntimer. Himalayas So the day was nppolnted, and the Tlio The Uctl Sea wns divided. King's chapel was was full of Lords and Egyptians tried to cross it There could Dukes and the mighty men nnd women be no danger. The Israelites had just of the country, for Hugh Latimer was gone through; where thoy had gone, to npologiie. lie began Ms sermon by why not tlio Egyptians? oh' It was saying: "Hugh Latimer, bethink thee! such n beautiful wnlking place' A Thou nrt In the presence of thine earthly pavement of tinged, shells and pearls King, who can destroy the lody. Hut nnd on either bide Jixvo great walU of bethink thee, Hugh Lntimer, that thou water solid. There can K no danger. art in the presence of the King of Forward, great host of the Ecyptianil Heaven and earth, who can destroy both Clnn blow and tho cvmbals Then he tho trumpets of victory' body and soul in Aftr preached with appalling directness at them! Wo will catch them and thy the King's crimes. shall be destroyed. Hut the walls begin Another lesson that comes to us; to tremble. They rock! They fall! there is a great difference between the Tho lushing waters! The shriek ol opening of the banquet of sin and its drowning men! The swimming of the Young man, if you had looked close. s in vain for tho shore! The in upon the banquet in the first few strewing the great host gn the bottom hours, you would have wished you had of the sea, or pitched by the angry wave been invited there and could sit at tho on tho beach n battered, bruised and "Oh! the grandeur of Holshar-rar'- s loathsome wreck! Suddenly destruction feast. feast!" you would hnve bald; but came. One-hahour before they could you look in nt the closo of the banquet not havo believed it. Destroyed; and and your Wood curdles with norror. without remedy. The King of Terrors has there s I am just setting forth s fact which blood is the you have noticed as well as I. Ananias ghastlier banquet; human music. comes to the apostle. The apostle says wine, and dying groans aro the Sin has made itself a king in tho earth. "Did you sell the land for so much''' It has crowned itself. It has hung in He says: "Yes" It was a He. Dead its banqueting hall tho spoils of all as quick ns thatl fiapphlra, his wife, of all comes in. "Did you sell the land for kingdoms und the banners nations. It has gathered from nil so much?" "Yes." It was a He; nnd music It has strewn from its wealth quick as that she was dead! Ood's the tables, the floors, and the arches judgments are upon those who de And j?t how often is thnt banquet pis Him. and defy Him. They come ' broken up, and how horrible is its end! suddenly. Ever und nnon is there a handwriting upon the wall. A King falLs. A great WOMEN'S CLUBS IN LONDON. culprit is arrested. The knees of wickedSo fur riraaar como in. Tho chamberlnlns and ness knock together. Ood's judgment, Where IVmlnlm.Amuarment. fekri ore-a- ll ready Hark to the rus- like an armed host, breaks in upon tho Perhaps the most notable point about tle of the rnls and to the carol of tho banquet; and that night is Hclshazzar, women's amusements in Txmdon is that tiiusiel Seo the blaze of the jewels! the King of the Chaldeans, slain. completely unorganized in "I they arc so clubs Hero Ls a young man who says: Idft tho banners. Chip the symlols! or socUtiss. siy an Jtlow thu trumpets, i.et the night go can riot see why they mnkc such a fuss the form of For Instance, there are num- exchange. by with n song nnd dance and ovation; about tht: Intoxicating cup. Why, it Is Usrs of ladles who can play a really good exhilarating. d It makes me feel well. game of whist, but there is not a feminud let that HubrlonUU tongue In feel betthat will not 'Hy, "0 King llelshaz-rar- , I can talk letter, think trlcycliig ter. I can not, see why people have nine whist club, nor nre there live forever!" touring societies aftrtheAfashloD of Ah! my irienus, it was not nny com such a prejudice against it." A few men. The latter, however, win cerI years pass on, nnn no waKm up an,i mon uannuei 10 wmen tnese (Treat tainly be formed licfore long, and, well plc came. AH parts of tho earth had Hnils ntmseii mine ciutcncs oi an managed, might bo ft great mcces hcnt their richest viands to that table. habit which he tries to breuk,. but can Tho Hambllug Club of the FeopK. chandeliers flashed their not; and he cries out, "Oh, Lord Hod! brackets and to join It seems as though Ood Falacc allows female members light upon tankards of burnished gold. lielo me!" this privilege Is luscious, in baskets of would not henr Ids prayer, and in an It, but to what extent we can not say. Fruits, ripe and by tho sex silver, entwined witli leaves, plucked ngony of body and soul he cries out, "It appreciate not usually a favorite pastime Walking Is from royal conservatories. Vo&ci, in- blteth llk n serpent and it stlngcth Hko ulm'.litf the rorscs of middle laid with emerald and ridged with ex- an adder." How bright Ilv.osatthc classes, 'the "strong-ulred,- " iU!wr pcrhsps quisite traceries, filled with nuts that start! How black it was at tho last! factJbnt the inferHere is a man who begins to read cor- will not admit tho were threshed from forests of distant ence to be drawn from this dissociation lands. 'Wine brought from tho royul rupt novels. "They nro so charming!" with women alone for sp'rt and pleasrats, foaming in the decanters and bub- cays lie; "I will go out and see for myIs, that more rest, relaxation nnd bling in the chalices. Tufts of cnssla self whether, ull these things aro o." ure amusement can be obtained by particinnd frankincense wf ting their stvect-ncs- s Ho opens the gnt of a sinful life. Ho pating informally with men hi their fn-c- i Ar whatJill' and tabic. Gorgeous goes In. A sinful sprite meets him ports. Men's dnt banners lufoUUnir in tho breeze that with her wand, bhe waves nor wnnu, ever game It may !;, 'mply a iievotlon camo thrntA theiopcned window, Ixj- - nnd it is all enchantment. Why, it of skill,. For women's clubs to succeed switched vtsk the perfume of hanging seems as if the angels of Ood had pour- the same love and aim would ijc ne ed out phials of perfume on th ntinos-phergardens, fountains rising tip from The domestic claims made upon As hu walks on ho finds tho o( ivory, in jets of crystal, to their time preclude thi, and so they in clattering niln of diamonds nnd hills Incoming more radiant with foli prefer, as a rule, to rcmaiu unfettered fall age and the ravines more resonant with pearls. by club laws nnd regulations. N. Y. Statues of mighty men looked down, the falling water. Ohl what a charming landscatio ho sees! Hut the sinful Star, from niche, In tho wall upon crowns nnd shields brought from subdued em- sprite, with her wand, meets him THE MAN FOR A HUSDAND. pires. 1 doli of wonderful work, stand- again; but now she reverses tho wund, ing upon pMastnlfl of precious stones. and all the enchantment is gone. The Qnalltlra Wlilrti Indlralr tlir rirat One to Clinotr. Embroideries stooping about tho win- cup Is full of poison. Tho fruit turns Ladles as a rule nre apt to be favoraAH the leaves of tho dows and wrapping plllarsof cedar, nml to ashes. drifting on loor inlaid with ivory nnd bower are forked tongues of hissing ser- bly Impressed by gentlemen who "wrnp agate. Musi-- , mingling with the thrumof pents Tho flowing fountains fall back themselves up In the solitude of their harps and the clash of cymbals.und the in a dead pool, stenchful with corrup- own originality" and defjr tin world to blast of trumpets In ono wnvo of trans- tion. Tho luring songs become curses probe the inner depths of their souls port that went rippling along tho hall nnd screnms of demoniac laughter. Woman is prone to Ixdieve Hint she can anil brcnthln; among the garlands, nntl Lost spirits gather about him and feel read such characters like an open bonk; pouring dmvn the corridors, nnd thrill- for Ids heart, and beckon hi in on with that she has the key V all their mysing the soul of a llioucand banqueters. "Hail, biothcr! Hall, blasted spirit, teries. L'nderncatli the marble ci plcntj of pins-ti- o Tho blgnal h given nnd tho lords Hall!" He tried to get out. He comes to tericr she sees material which only needs her and ladles, the mighty men nnd worn-e- n the front door where he entered, and of the land, come around the tries to push it back, but the door turns loie and tact to leaven into detable. Tour out the wine! Let foam against him. and In the jar of that shut- lightful and delighting ahapos. JtMinea nnd bubble kiss the rim! Hoist every ting door he hears these words: "This of tenderness, of intelllgrnce, of magone his cup, and drink to the sentiment, night is Helshazzar, the King of the nanimity underlie, shethlnVa, the blank Chaldeans, slain." Sin may open bright uppercruat or reserve. Ton often, after "O King llflshBumr, lira forever." luadband nnd carennct of royal ns the morning. It ends as dark as having tried her hand at working them, she repents of her folly In sackcloth nnd gleaintb' tho uplifted chalices, night! 1 learn further from this subject that ashes. us iigaln, and again, and again thry urc Your utterly undemonstrative men emptied. Away with earo from the dentil sometimes brenks In upon a banpalace' Tear royal dignity to tatters! quet. Why did lie not go down to the seldom make good husbands. Under-stunhowever, that there is u wide difOivo us more prisons In llnbylon? Thero were peoIV.ur out ctorsjylne! light, wilder triusle, sweeter perfume! ple liirra v.h'j would like to have d'ed, ference between morbid rrllconce and l.ord shouts to Lord. Captain ogles to I suppose there were men and women mere sliyiioas. The shy '"in keeps you Captain. (Joblots clash, decanters rat- In torture in thnt city who would have nt a distance from lilin bjr shrinking tle. There comes In the vllo song and welcomed death. Hut he comes to the back from you, tho nncnnfldmg mnn by drunken hiccough and tho slavering lip palace; and just at thu time when the holding you at nrm'B length, A Indy pitch, about to mnke n choice fur life lietw eon unil the guffaw of Miotic laughter, mirth Is flashing to the btttsting fronin the lips of Princes, death brenks In at the bauqucU We tho two will do well to give the preference to the former. Veiv reserved men fluslu'd,ri'eling!U)loolshiit. while ming- have often soon the ivame thing Hero is a yourg man just come arc very illflkult to grmti. JN, y. ling wltliltnllJ hear. "HtUKnll, lius-zuLedger, from college. Ho ls kind, lis j Joy for t UcUhaizai,"' , hell-fire.- " Mit.AMr.Mits. Osmondi: lSoiir.itTfl, of Hussellvllle, celebrated thflr golden wedding n few days ngo. They have lived in thnt city all t)ielr lives l'ntrlck Tensions for Kentucky! O'Mnlln. Louisville; Archer Hurley, Louisville; Walter D.ule, Hopklnsvlllef Frank Fruiter, Dyersburgi Win. S. llosthwlek, Franklin; Moses Kees, Winchester; Thoinns Hinckbum, Louisville; Win. Ttirpln, Kldd's Store; II. Wnllnee, l'nlnt Lick; Darwin Moore, Hiunmnck; Jnmes Lee, Hrynntsvllle; Isanc Washington, Mnysvllle; A. Onlbard, Iloone-vlllOeo. W. Jones, Somerset; Oeo. W. Huberts East Point; Edwin Forbes, David WIHen, Olensfork; strange shuttle. Whnt warm furs l"t Fonlsvllle;Dunscmoro, Fnnbu.sh; John 11. Win. A. our traders must bring them from the Klnir. McKeo: John M. Vick, Central Arctic. What fish, but our nets must Maggie J. I'rico, former widow of sweep them for tho markets Whnt mu City; 11, Heed, Hodgensvllle; minor of sle, but it must sing in our halls! What Jnmcs F., Moses Mnlone, Fnywood; eloquence, but it must speak InourSen-iite.- s widow of SamueLH. Hrown, Emma Covington. Ho! to the national hanquct,reach- Mb. WtiXiAU Tkui'M: Haiidis, ono. of ing from mountain to mountain, and Shelby from sen to sea! To prepare that ban- the best known citizens of e years, was quet, tho ahcepfold Mid the aviaries of County, aged seventy-onfound dead In his bed at tho residence the country sent their best treasures. ot 11. 11. Caldwell, in his piled up on the table their The orchards Sholby vlllo, th other morning. sweetest fruits. The burst out Kiei,jFBKN7' rlVM OoonsiotiT has Inwith now wines. To stV At that tabic camo the yoemanry of Xew ltanihre, troduce! In tho House bills io remove tho lumbermen of Maine nnd the Caro- charges of desertion from the wnr of.Ilenry Fowler und Ale.x Hitter, and the Westlinian from the Cavalry Volboth of ern emigrant from tho plne of Oregon, unteers. the Fifth Kcglment W. A.Drnln, Also bills to pay to bnither-b-others a at and wo were all of cstnto of banquet. Suddenly the ftist ended. of Scottsvtlle. administrator A. Drain, N00 nnd S&JOfu Wm. A. Woii-hal- l, Whnt meant those monndt thrown up of Cumberland County, for supplies furnished I'nlon Army. South. MoimtalnV Vhat meant Vim following fourth-clas- s postmasthose golden grain fields trned into a ters wen- - appointed a few days ngo for pasturing-grounfor cavalry horses? H. Hurt, Hrnwn'a Cross with Kentucky: s gi What meant the Vinvice 1. Itbads, Cllntou the wheels of the heavy sun 'J train? cent, resigned; County,I Craft, J. Crafts-villMiss Why those rivers of tears Urn) lakes Letcher County, vlco II. Craft, reof blood? Ood was angry! Jwtlce. roust signed; It. II. Frlzzell, Fnlr Dealing, A handwriting on the walll Th cyme reMarshall weighed and found signed; H. County, vice V. S. Stone, nation had been, Farmer, Fnrmdale, Franklin Darkness' Woe wnntlng. Darkness! IU H. Money, resigned. to the Northt Woe to the Swthl Woo County, vice Tut. remains ot Itcn 11. Smith, n to the East! Woo to tho West! Death citizen of Shelby former at the banquet! Shelby ville tlio were buried ! I have nlso to learn from this subject County,morning with ntMnvmle honors. thnt the destruction ot the vicious and otherSmith tlletl In Arkansas City, where Mr. of those who despise Ood, will be very lie has resided for the wist threo years. sudden. Tho wave of mirth had dashed Tiik Kentucky Horse ItrecdeiV Assoto the high- -t point when that Assyrian It was unex- ciations has innd arrangemcuU and army" broko through. iroltlnn almost always conditions for t!: first J.'V Suddenly, pected. It In America. comes the doom of those who despise stake ever guaranteed (Soil and defy the laws of men. How will be trotted In Lentngton by foals of years old. was it at the deluge? Do you suppose 169t, when two nnd three mile will p) heats storm, Tho it camo through a lone northeat year so thnt people for days lfore wert best two in three, and the next In five. sure it was coming? No; I supisc th will go mile heats, threo Tiik merchants of Frankfort are morning was bright; that calmness of brooded on the waters; that Wauty sat highly incensed over tho meeting reenthroned on the hills; when suddenly citizens in Louisville to ngllutc thu tho heavens burst, aud the mountains moval of the State Capital to Louis sank like anchors into the sea that ville, nnd threaten a commercial boydashed clean over the Andes and tho cott In favor of Cincinnati. e; son-in-las ivo-orx- ls rlce-tlehd corn-field- Pperhnrn of nn lnteretln Clsta ut llreail.Wlniiera. Ily no means the least Interesting feature of London life Is tho "cabby," i as ho Is called, tho driver of the cab. These enhs nro so numerous thnt tho city seems actually to swnrm with them, and It Is easy to bellcvo tho statement of the guide-book- s that there nro 10,000 of those vehicles In tho town. Of course there Is a great variety In the drhers, and it hns more than once happened that tho sons of families of considerable position have passed the twt-tc- r portion of their lives on the Ik).x of it hansom. An American whownsln London during tlie pastsiimiiicreiieoiiiitcivd lather an old specimen uf cabby, n man who had In some way evidently come down In the world, unless mounting a 1kx be. regarded as a rise. Tho stranger took a eali for a drive ono afternoon, and, having no very definite Idea what ho wished to do, told the driver to lake blni to some place that was north seeing. The cnbby looked him otfer, apparently making up his mlml whntmiinner of man he had as passenger, und then started off In n direction which wns not In a Hue with tho Amorlcnn's previous eaplornllous nlthough he had been In Eiiglnud n number of times and know London tolerably well. Tho passenger poked up the llttlo trapdoor to the roof of the cub and usked whero Uicy were going 1'nlque hnn-noii- An Illuatrstlon Of the value of oxtenstvo and judicious nd- vert( 'IC uf nnr nriit-i- uf unduUbtCd ssrrlt Is fo tin Iho rcmarknblo aucce of tho Utt.tr iinu Kio HtKlir Co., which has been phen icuul, even In this age of great enter-pr- a Or iitlied a few years ngo to manufact ure ii muive with original nud attractive feat' s, prepared from iiellclous fruits nnd healt giving plants, ono which would bo pica tniiil rctrrshlug tothntuate, as well as n jrbeucllelnlto the system, the man ngen 1 very wisely concluded lo select tho lenil ncuatiancra tlirouihoul the United HUb i to make known to tlio public the mer'ioi ttio new remedy, Hymp or rigs I PIMis with overy valunhU remedy A ehci substitute nro liefngottered, but It Is ng more tllmcull onch day to lniKie, bev lo. Health Is ton Important to tie on I ' with, and reputable druggists will trill not tempt to deceive, ns Ihev ull know thnt Kiniior Figs Is manufactured bv tlm Cai I'nla Klg Hyrun Co. of Han I'reiiuseo, lAiunvlUt.Ky .New York, N. Y, atan ' is llial they nro ant to Kri biuck on the '.!vei. Ulngn atnlun leader. 7 an " cur ad bu . ml i ecardint la DWEDTIONS wlfrt, iior, IfJlTlV SoRtfltaROA'P VollND3.CllTS.SWEtllNG! THE CIIARUS A. V06UIR CO., laltlntra. Mt . t)r dlagreeablo thing about poita;. ItriniUtlima JlmU In Dsjr Arcpreeloua senrco. Time tries the worth urn rr n medicine. Hustetter's Hlouiof s ach MMers Is n thirty yeurs' grew in, arm like nom iiumy ere ' of Alaska's nianv Ami us reputation ha a fir', tutu ss Iho lock themselves No mt iclno ls more highly recnruisi as a reined for fever and sgue, bilious remittent, com'lpatlon, liter und kidney dlaordcra, ne. . auauet and r hautuaium. ! "August Flower" have nnd a bad, bitt,er taste, bometimcl my breath became bhort, nnd I had such queer, tumbling, palpitatina sensations mound the heart. I ached all day under the shoulder blades, in the left side, and down the back of my limbs. It seemed to lc wots In the wet, cold wrntlicr of Wltilef and Sprintr; and whenever the spell came on, my feet aud hands would turn cold, nnd I could get no sleep ot all. I tried everywhere, and got no relicfbciore using August l'lcvrer Then the change came. It has lon me a wonderful deal of goal during the time I have token it and is workfl ing a complete aire." C. G.GKECX, Sole Man'fr.Woodbury.NJ. n fiuw Mrs. Sarah M. Klack of Seneca, tn .IxriiifT (lie. nnst tivrt venrs hal bcell affcctclxvilh Neuralgia of the Head, Stomach and womb, anil writes: "iMyloou am not seem to strengthen tne at oil and my appetite was very variable. My face was yellow, my head dull, ami I had I tho trouble. In lending our. ear. I that Mteu t.ulii3 la ray left side fin lk borrower Uke uctillberllc with them morulW when I not P I would be rortluiiiinct!!cir---Aicn!"'j- n "muo. of mucus in the mouth, lll well-know- n :1 jt war-horse- wick-rdnc- ss lf flre-oye- d color-blendin- g cup-benre- pal-Bie- ltT, ix-o- n ninusfiinrut and'drove a casuul passenger out lo see the house of Curlyle eould hardly l? looked upon ns a type, but ns LADCLLED 1.2 L0. TINS ONLY. Tub following convicts were paroled a variation he was at least Interesting. w rrtit a few days ngo: Tom Davis colored, llostoit Courier iTirr.nIIII.IIUKJ", Hr.s-i- t sent from Louisville, SepteniWr 1. 1MW. ruuun M V - rwm ' for ono year for false swearing.and Win. WIDE AWAKE FOR JANUAftY. s-- t4 ,M4 a ? aei BrsS"ar- pium.w w I r.w Haley, wnt from Lexington, June, 10, rr.'-i?r!i f im la lae Taklnir un the January Wide Awakb for two years, for manslaughter SeVcu ,.HblllV0'lM lhl majratiuo a, V ,rn one Is led to rertXt k i t applications were rejected. p, pjcrco's Favorito Prcicription irlHH Ull lnw Ja Co ri. HMIIH has n particularly happy and Ulndly coniLLWHtllw. A mumiikii of electric street-ca- r u.o , nxi.i ,J0 worj,i.famwl rcmetlv for nil ductors In Lexington hove bcn dis- way of cnllitln n. the lnterrl Cinm by -.-Ita ITlic missed. At is alleged t,lal tl,cy ,lil1 not fancy of lu rond-d - , weaknwwcs and distrefsing AnlNonacn tltlona. Its aniuainff nnta make correct returns. rAlnmnn tn Atn(.rR ao.y; " a. .4i.i imIm vr r The other night a child not more women. It is a notont, inv.gnr-choshowed tba t Ihe drawlnjevvin at p "Wrt"rdai r...al... than four days old was left in a basket - tonic, or utrcngt f.y, , tlJaVVa.Fi'i..jLja!iJtJ bad really trained youni? flnm tmg, restorativeon the porch of Mrs. l'rvs llroughton, ttw ptiVrf imparting tona and Vigor to Idea with tbe r'"-"nenr Stony Point, llourbon County. lor leeblo wo-w- a araul lU ' " I'rljr or Henr'cmjH.'tItion tlio wholo eysteta, Tho llttlo fellow was well dressed nud "fmbkln, not n bad "cfuno" in Moral Phil- - men generally, Dr. Pierce's Favorite - aw' as bright as a dollar. There Is no clue MimliY. The "I'rUe Anairram comtv rrcscnptlon h trio greatest eariiry as to Its mother, bnt Mr. llroughton. AaC n araukcil thouauib of readers. boon. to giro GuaranttM SJaaaV' although having .several children of litlon , MUvi lllnimer I'rUe rein every caso, or money his own, wilt care for tlio llttlo I'or 1991 E" r..rl. a4 lb. .U- -. .! "The Drawing of the Child rijrurc" bldi funded. Seo guarantee printed on stranger. i:',s.?r.A-i:to tblldrrn, fair to Ut of (rreat ltitiTt A wnot.K colored family was poisoned " eit .ttVWKt blle tlio I'rUe "Problem In A Book of ICO pages on "Wo MORSE OWNERS! at Lexington, the other morning by by K. II llawley of the SniltliMin-In- n itil inii i having arsenic put in the coffee for efman: Her Uiseaseii, ami now to II -ruiou roiruin tii a A4rT,ltr. Institution, will call forth the S "1..lt H.U..lull..lilU,, , , -. breakfast. Peter White, his w Ife, and forts of the ntudenta In tho I.atln and Curo them,1' sent Bcaled, in plain tu his uucle nnd aunt, Daniel Frazlcr and High School. cento, in envelope, on receipt of ten rqp.TA.iui Il'..wt.l. ,11 wife, drank heartily of tho coffee, savo Theatorlea and article ot the Jan-nar- y SUmp. uVUUrc, SI' uiu n i,n,... " 1.1'.. fro. C03 White, w ho, being quite sick, only Mrs Medical Association, uuiubor aro euch excellent of their I.J took a few swallows of the poisoned kind nui aro by Mich author a Xunn iirr CaiaJou rr Mam Street, IJuffalo, X Y. nil Coolidife, Mrs. Ilurton Harrlvin,' fluid. Immediately after breakfast four of these person named were taken Sidney, nibrld(ro S. llrivik, Krn-- ( with violent pains in their stomnchs est Inpervill, Kirk Munroe, etc. nnd the physician who was quickly Winn Awakk l Ji 0 a year; 20 cent Sick pronounced it arsenical anumtior; I). Lotnrop luuipany, nos-losummoned poisoning. Powerful antidotes ueru Mans, Tai Heture, J'anrl ilu roaUoJ fur i rent. admlnistered.but Frazlcr soon died, nnd & CO., In the afternoon his wife expired, nfter A golden eilr welhln? thirty-fivJ. F. SMITH Dmuw," tfakara of "nlla much suffering. White on the 10th pounds wfth hilltMl n fln.it tlac ago un 255 &. 257 Crteuwlch St., N. V. City. was lying at the point ot death. His tho 8iMeton reservation. Montana. The Lily White, tho bird btotnt three and n linlf feet hlcli wife may recover. seventeen-year-oldaughter of Peter, and iuca.Mtrel nine fwt from tip to Up. has tieen arrested, chnrged with tho aWllJBiarHIVaWHalaBafBa,aPaHlaV tTf W jfjTiV Ilow'a Thlil crimo. Her father whippet! her the VTo offer One Hnndrod Douar Itcward night befoie, liecauso she stnyed away of Catarrh that ran for any too much nlglitH. She denies adminis- curd by Uklnr Uall'a Catarrh Cure. not bo CSB-rs- r tering th poison. a Co.. liar r J.tho undcralcned, frep. Toioon, O. We, known K.J, HErjiKSKNTATivr. Sto.nk hns Introflfteon jcar. and believe Cheney for the duced bills lo pay tho follow ing parties him rfecUy booorublo In all bualnea for stores furnlahed thu I'nlon army tranaactlona, nnd nnancially libit, to.irry during the war: Hugh M. Hensun, of out any obligations rnado by their firm. fcTniai. Wholesale Un.irclt.Te!rdo. Lyon County, and It. E, Fowler, of Crit- Weal Waldinp. Rinnan & Marvin, Wholeaule i I tenden County; also to grant honorable UriuriHu, Toledu, Ohio. Hall's Catarrh Curo Is taken Internally, , dlschnrge to John W Peck, of Company ur- acting directly on tho blood and mueou II, SrenW,onth Kentucky Cavalry farua of the ayalom. Tcitlmonlula free. - T seo, sir, that crowd on tho corUan World, lnJou, Kutf. ner?" ho uibled, pullng up. 'This tailor U a good fellow to have around The American looked In the direction Indicated nrtd saw u crowd of pcoplo --b ran always mskoiouieflttlng remark. K!iiln Oairtto, gathered about ivoiunn who was turnSlio ing tho crank of a banvt-orgnn- . limb or Bore Foo'II 10 Honey otThroat the heal mediwoman, and was rntlier n pretty lliirohound and Tar cine It strangely out of keeping with l'lke' . itbaili DroCurolu ono uiluutu. hcroccutnttou. teemeto nuealloo of society "That Is l.udv Llntou," he said, and th Wars anotalwaj a the ehe4t-ltoc- h. b,t by subsequent" Inquiry the American eater 1 I j;ipre. found thnt thts was not a lucre 'travDon f wait until you are tick before try!leg eler's tale,' designed to beguile him, a I. i'tl I.tver I'll), but irrt vial at r was rpHy but that the j i rau t Uke them without bneltt a member of the nobility cast off by her enco. family .. ... .r Osr the worst forma of . tbo"dradlr Tho hansom was started up again, farall' ! the iloublo barrelled gun. I'nuand pretty soon the driver announced Jlpt- i Time. thnt they were In Chelsea. cough metllrlno Is I'lso's Cure Tnr "That house," be said, pointing It out, for L isumpuon. rktld evry whore. V Carlylo old crnb-appl"Is wheiti that lived. Further up the street," he conpKKf "Doe h foot bit wife's bllUt" n nln sick nt them." tinued, w using more comtminlentltc, Kuc ' "I've "there is a funny fellow named Whist- I'isxa. ler. Do's a aliiter, and tho uiiera pitch Into his things like bluies nd ho gets as mad as a halter and nnswer They say It's gieat fun for them bnck them that Is In It." "You du not follow it up yourself, then " tho Aiiierlcun said. No, sir," the cubby said. "1 Hke better lo give my time to flowers, t hae h place that Is protty to look nt. If I do say it. and I've tnken a very tidy lot of pries, too. nlr. I go in forchrys-antlicmiijust now That'r. the go, and I can make somcthlnn U help mo on with the greenhouses and get tho missis n new gown now and then." The cubby who culUvatfd lluwjcr (or "Along apiece," (1' driver returned. "Do ion llsnwx's Ilnovntio. TnocniV aro ex ut forthnlelkif of Uoarseneas or Hore it Tbey araczeredinslr cneouvo." r-r- . orgiiii-griiide- '!r 't Advioo to tlie Aged. clali !. uak itiaptyai bbu lor aud lrjla livar. u- e Ailirt6lnrmllW.ithst"il - ' Tutfs Pills' allmuUllna-II- lia.ioapeellirefrrtiatHwsersaI t IIOWVI. ajlvla) nl illa'liarajsa wllliunt , grlplua-- -, lrlitaj - IMPARTING VIGOR ,, ! ltW lh fcliliivy. nimlatmir r lliyJSOI.Uilplcl la aid vryouii. KVKKYWHKKK. COCOA YjpE ri -t EPPS'S QnATEPUL-OOMFORTINO. DOILINO WATF.H OR " MILK. tlt S, l6an lal,fc 1 S ot ASTHMAQSatb itii l ! Mtis-factio- EMORY , Art-'rle- llorol-Offy.- bottle-wrappe- r. I- ,r tltff-- ENGINES! Mar-(rnr- . n, e MM .,ra. CURE Biliousness. Headache, Malaria. BILE BEANS. d lt mmcwiFF4Mos(f)10cis. ..J twuk. issaiar. iioaicarrviai, llaiAKD. llhittraleH -- ces-sar- e. En II. llAli.Nf.n, a young merchant of Cuneyvllle, Orayson County, was accidentally shot by his younger brother, Asa, while out hunting tlm other nfter-nooenA dozen or more bird-sho- t tered the bnck of liis head, but It ls pot thought that the wounds nr fatal. At Pnducah, Rnell Petty. whi quarrel over killed Wm. Colo In twenty-llvcents lost In a crap gnind, lost June, has been sentenced to bo hanged April 17. Tliino County hns about the youngest sheriff in the fitato. Sheriff .Mc years of nge. Kinney Is but I wenty-twc- i At Hurgln, north of Danville, tho other morning, Mrs. Lucy, wife of Hev, Strater Cook, went to sleep while reading a paper nenr an open fire, nnd the paper fell from her lap to tho, grate, Igo Price, 76a per bottlo. .. rVild by all l)ni(rc1t, .. WHI!rnn crowDinir ine ear noi, a k"ii nun; i'w'w iiuiu I'htUaelnhlaTlme. it ngni or ... 1.4. , cnlh-art'- .... ll. tv I 1.1 ; iT-rA- i riHI. i M Livor er 1'lllauro entirely uullkoltirin die very Ono trial will prove their ucrlortty boeonfoundoil with common Mct notura:4Uve pill. Carter'a Mule n.'ZffllVti?"' ltxMt tMlt,biile.l eire Ilium I'hmo tv lot lMt J".v '" """"" The llo iiibis Alttl"-".i,,iih.i.,.uj,m.,v.... .,""'" ?' -. ': ! - j wir bjr n k wrlirrt a Ro rH.Jllorr.r,.t..M.Q Co. Ttv NCnv. Cooaa, e L Ax old beau waa caught by hlaiwectbeart colorlnif hi hair, and It throw klui Intodvor foufualoa. Trxa Hitting. 1 Js&$t:ur& 11 rVuff D5Uliti&i THE MARKETS. LIVKBTOCK-CAt- tle overo nttuck of Whoonlnff My wife and child having Coutli, wo thought that wo would try l'lo' t'uro for nud Jonnd It n nerfeet nee.', Th rlrat liottln broke up the ('ourli, ami four tmttles rornnlftely curott thorn.- - II. Strimovk, 1147 Superior BL, L'IiIcuko, Illluola. IIOHB Cotr.mon.- -. flivxl pacaart. BIIEKI'-Oo- od FLOUH-Kam- llr. Oioireliaitntn......... OiHumnaii. J ".:!. Comraonll t5 O J 00 a hi totholeo... btlll)iri-.- .. ........ tip-to- p tilus-trutc- h grt-'u- UKAIN WnaiT No. t rod ,. No. I rrd niting her clothing. The negro servant Corn No J mUcid...,., OaU-N- o. , boy threw n bucket of wnter over her, I mliail u sH , to Hie No. but It'dld not save her. She lived but a HAY 'I'rtm Iw ,...., 10 00 QIO Uy toenolc TOIIACCO-Medlfew hours. She was 70. "iroo (ioini... . laat ....'952 niu-r- W Tlir. Committee on Claims hns sub- rnOVIBIONB-M- fu TB Pork.-.- ..l recommending the payI.anl. prima ateam mitted ii report .... b II tIO M 2lla m dairy O Snmucl McKce JlUTTEIt-Ch- olc ment of ?l, 718 to Hon. SO Prima to diolco crcamerr... U M In n conAIM'f.KH-l'rli- na, p.r obi....... 4 00 a OT for expenses Incurred by hhn ft) O 3 M ConI'OTATOBS-Na- w, per bbl test for his seat In the Fortieth NEW YORK gress from the Ninth Congressional rLOIIIt-ralr- to a 00 I 00 J'anor District of Kentucky. OKAIN-W- eat 1 tOH 1 OOUfll No.l r0. No. 1 red Nkwi'oiit'h now model school-housCorn-N- o. Al 4 Alii 1 rolled, new. recently completed at n cost of e.10,000, -- . DO U aw U ft) ll T man entirely destroyed by fire tho other POltK-N- cro .....-.-.., was itaam night. The entire loss falls on tho city. CHI0AOO. The boiler nt Walah's dlstlllcryf Pnrls, rLOUIt Winter ralanti in 300 t red... blew up a few mornings ngo, scalding B'"g ,', No. I Chlenoiprlni-- . ...., nnd partially wrecking the tevernl men Oorn-mi t...,. a 44 No ono wm building. Oata-machinery and I tt POItK Mm ..............m... 0 m a " killed. ;o a s mi LAHO Bteam Tiik other night at Clinton Hev. Wills IIAI.TlMOltU. s m ns m White died of general debility, nged nxiun-ram- iij !.... eighty-siyeurs. Ho was a nnthoof Corn Mtnd. n fM 40 u) North Carolina, but hnd lived In the , . ... 11 M a I.AIIII lie wns l'OIUC-H- n. llannea since nltout "Purchase" HUM 4 W) a 4 iK ne of the oldest Ilnptlst ministers, its ft 00 a 6 a , well as citizen, of Western Kentucky. UOOB INDIANAPOLIS. He begnn preaching In 1833. but In the Mlt red..... 40 meantime served Hiillur.! tnnnty 21 UOHH Ku. a,,, ,,. , OAW-No 43 .hertft and magistrate. LOUIRVIM.K. IlAitnv Lamiikiit, who was out hunt- rf.OUU-am- tlv 4 n ft n at red ing near Lexington with n pnrty of ...- -. n mu Coiin Mlind accidentally shot thu llrst young men. 47 Mlmd ,,,,..,..- oath it 01 ..m -- m.. Oil finger off of his right hand He was , and the Injun U itivliUi LAHU-Hlc- am taken to town, M MfipVW?'! ty Ur. Scott, uui 3 7 u in IS ais w a 4 JS M lll.Tl aie nin a 00 4 11 I'fe;mmm u i ' .'rV;V-V- "Arc 1 i !'!. j fhmsAIvgs to mBike'Vhe world brighter. SAPOLIO ishhe eifejcn l- ke S D o 1 to.-T- h ev waste a1l . HJ5NI uj iiuuo'&'Lviuiiiii J )V OIS THE OLD RUT nnd old methods firo not tho casicut by far. bocnimo thoy havo not triod tho botter vny. of slatory to brrnk away from labor-saving houso-clenninj- j. Oati-Ml- ied LAUD-Wail- OHAIN-Wlnat-- No. Many pooplo travel thorn It in a reliof from n nort mothodu and adopt tho inventions of modern times. Gft out nnd blronRth-Bparinf- f of old nits and into now woys by using a cako of SAPOLIO in your No, Ko. & OIIAIN-Wheat-- x No. lQsm&yl $Huftii?fmTvIwVllli 1ITSMN1.) FOlt arum run (iUR7a.,,.i UNIC, ilvulan It L, tvruil Ovor 40.000 Sold In Elnhteon Month. I1H DURK0WS BRCB. CO., 0LEVLAND. 0IU0. AND WHISKEY HABITS I IIHIII IT IlllUt WIT I LTRFF Wih LZS2JE f;n rni'sr NORTHERN IllusUtlod Publication!, with lUBt'Hi Hi UTfion. um 1 fyiiSSSitvQllpxJr PACIFIC R. R. n'HUIIIlll rUMim OATTI.K-riratqna- lltT OHAIN-Wheat-- No. o.t, OPIUM out ran. ii"i! HbTr, itina iaau 1, OHAIN-VVtifat-- No. pir' rHCft:. ,1 n aii.'k.iim. l.varrs mit !. lla A" aruua cs. tarn: rsSmtJPWBM rrstrr iT8WAt.Birai I0riAKll(UllaralUraa. AUJr,. Nallrd in lo lllara. a. r, n. ., ai. rati, tut. . uaaiiai, Ua4 liKDS 1UU8 ' rii4Ufi ruu arMvr POIIK-Mcs.- DO YOU """ riiliaijraraatfiaMintn. WANT TO EARN GOLD," "AllW. I0 oih AN. V.Cilv. A.S.K.-- K. WIIBN Will I IMI 'IU AIIHC1IK tl.u Uat l Art4aait U rl.tAa. M( ', iiasrriac-- j. bsrjuM mi !pfimmitWmf lift n nm-1- - linii&&&&T?zvte?r. ..t . -- a ftWR...:!. impi, jip " " m s. mmw. , -- --- .- ts a 'wwai ' "w jtfy!fnii,lBBf7ri!T. LONDON Ba i !! ir'f " LWMHPHHiHaMBMaHi i SiHWMtaWWiiw ii niB mtcj u CfltjRWBft wmiminwnr A Fart. V TTwt iX (from an interview, n. In n liiterlov with a lesdlnKilriifr house Nov thN. V World, on l, 1SU). p.ics tlio fol tuo proprietors 01 ro lowinK comment liable patent inedlcircai I a specialist, ami should knowmon "Ho Of the disease ho nctnnll treats than the ordinary physician i for whilo tho litttci may oomonirosj say Ilfly rases In n year of tho particular dise.io w tilth this tnod lelno rombnts. Its manufacturer InvoMI Don't jou siipos tilt gates thousand proscription, which jou buy ready made up tor oO cents Is likely to ito nioro Rood than that of thoordinniy plivsklsn, who charges j oil anjwhcro from ti to 110 for Hlnclt, arm icinei juu iu pay uio cost 01 Liavlnell prepared! "Hie patent tncxiicinc man, too, usually tins tho Rood hoi' to lonilno himself to or ilinarr, every daj diseases Ho leaves to Hie physician eases In which there Is Immediate danger to llfo, such as Uolcnt fevers Ho does this Wiiusc, In tho tre.ttmeutof such oases, thero aro other elements of ltnnor tanco besides medicine, such as proper dieting, pood nursing, a knotUodpo of the patient's strength and so on W hero thero is no absolute iianjfur to lift', whein thodls enso Is ono which lliepillcnt can dlngnoso for himself or which sotno physician has already determined, tho patent medlclno maker sns fearlessly! 'I have n preparation w hlch Is better than nay other known and which will euro jou' In nino cases out of ten his statement Is truo." This Is absolutely truo as regards the Croat remedy for pain, 8L Jacobs Oil. It can assert without feirof contradiction, that It Is a prompt and permanent euro of pain It can show proofs of cures of chronic cases of SO, DO and 40 ears' standing In TUHUON. Writlnp; Ever on Bin Una tho Wn.ll, Which All Mny Road. J! c:ed een1lnjr to directions, and a large proportion or cures Is mailo by half tho contents of a lllslhcrefora Hie best. trolh It tarcij overfalls It Is not surprising that a roan wanting a divorce should And it dearer than his wife was to him Philadelphia Times. i r-- offered on purpose to lighten your labor, and savo jour clothes Xow try It Your grocer has It. No womder policemen aro good fighters j tbey are able to stand tip after a good man Witt mb. and foil, and war out yourself and jour clothes on washday, when, over since 1S01, Dobbins' Ulectrle Hoap has been rounds Ulncbamton Republican. Prevention bttst to It the dliptse. This lugaetli the me ot Hood's SartaparllU. ontiiiettlonablr the b,l blood partner, snd which list brtn ued wllh great lucee, for Ihli very purpo.ebj many people. lfod's 8arspsrMla baa also cured InnumerableIII of rbeuraallam of the soTcreit orttr powerful effect In nrutrslltlng aclJltr ot tbe Mood, and In enabling the aldnen and liter to properly remove tbe watte of the irilera. Vf It. N It. If decide la take Hood's Hariapartlla do not be Induced to buy any iutntute. blood pure and free from the acid -- blch thsn euro, and people wbo are mJo rbaumallnai. ran pta.ent attack! tr keeplns Hit isutw caj ru Hood's Sarsaparilla by CI. HOOD 4 CO, i..ii.w.tl;,u. 100 Apolbecarles. ji,cxt.ra Tr Los-ell- r Mats. Doses One Dollar Sy finP'tflGs J& U Syrup of Figs is taken; itis pleasant nnd refreshing to tliotufte, and acts promptly on thoKidnoys, iver nnd J3otveli, cleanses tho eys-teclTectualljr, dispels colds, head-cchand fevers nnd cures habitual constipation. Sjrunof Figs is tho only remedy of its kind ever produced, pleasing to tho tasto and acceptable to tho stomach, prompt jn its action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared only from tho most healthy nnd agreeablo substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and havo made it the most popular remedy known. Fyrup ot Flga is for salo in 50o nnd $1 bottles by all leading druggists. Any reliablo druggist who may not havo it on hand will procure it promptly for any ono who Do not accept wishes to try it. nny substitute. CALIFORNIA FIO SYRUP CO. ni EXJOYS Both the method and results when OI?sJI$ I? 8t fRAKQISCO, CAL. 10WSVIUE. Kr. AT YORK. H.T. OAKLAWN FARM. 380 tP 106 PERGHERONS Largely Brilliant Blood, FRENCH COACH HORSES, hktgt, Stjliih, ViX. This aRgresatlon, that, for lupe-ilon- ty In Individual!, combined with tho Choicest, KartJi, lireedlnc. vtas never before equaled in the history ol fe Horse importing ana Breedlns now comprises the STOCK ON HAND at this Grrateit EsUbllihment on earth ; among them the of its kind At UmvsasAL Winner of Thirteen First FrUca Fasis, 1K3, KiromioK. FORTY FIRST PRIZES aD At tho Orent Frn"h PRICES BEYOND COMrKTITIOH. For loformatloa and Catalogue, address, Flr. M. W. DUNHAM, Wayne, Illinois, Ttolrtr-BT-e Ill, mllea well of Cblraco, 00 C. between Turner Junction ana tlln. NW. MOTHERS' FRIEND makes GHiLD BIRTH easy IP USED BEPORB CONFINIMINT. BOOK TO " JtuTHtR ' MalLin Khtl. ATIASTA, Oi BKSUriELb IIM.I'I.ATOU SOLO lir ALL UKUOailTD. :. 'j E NGINES. HlwrUefor Illustrated Catalogue, ELY mailed Fre 'TRACTION AND PORTABLE mTfircslwrs and Horse Powers. CO., LAPOnTE, IND. M. RUM BORE WELLS Oar W Dr.luirsCouSh8yrap&.Dr?rlVZ M.VICIC ! ell Maratnti Ml Tlr rlMalllrllhr I lhra fAII.I Anr ,1ii laches 10 LOOMIS aiLllBLB.DtaialB ftircsMMt. TberdoMllItt WlPllk.nJ piiKUIICA I art the tnA, I'lHirll. u laebr, rilanif Irr & NYMAN, am. Catoioguo FREE! MONEY! TIFFIN,- - OHIO. run nria ,7 - BEECHAni'S FiLLS (THE 6REAT ENGIIIH REMtOf.) Guro BILIOUS and Nervous ILLS, 25cts. a Box. Oie -- VTjIj DRuaoisrs. would write, nnd then, with sharp tip Maileltatlf a King In the harth. flame, engrnves on the plastering tho Hut Ills llerels tre Shrouded In doom of tho King. Iho mnsle stopv J)- Unites of u,ih-l- r. Tho goblet falls from tlio nencless Srruinn. n"Js'a trrnsn. There Is a thrill. There Is a start. shriek of ter Dr. Tnlmnffo'a tcvt "ns Daniel v. 30. There Is a thousand-voice"In Hint night was Helshaiwir, Klntf ot ror. Let Daniel bo brought Lb to rend tlio Chaldeans, slain.'' that writing. Ho comes In. Hcrcudslt: Weighed iu tho balance and lounu After the alto of Jlalivlcm hnil been two inllllqn men were ctnnloycti v anting." Meanwhile the Assyrians, who lor for tho constnictlpa f the wall ami pi Inclpal work. 'J he walls of the city two years had been laying siege to uero sixty inlles In circumference. thnt city, took advantage of that carousThoy were surrotindnl t'y trench out al and came In. I hear the feet of the of w hlch hntl Jceti lur tho material for conquerors on tho palace stairs. Mas tho construction of the city. There sacre rushes in villi a tnousana gleam cro twcnty-flv- c fates of solid hrnf." on ing knives. Death bursts upon tho ench siiio of Hie sqinre city, Uitwccn M.i no, nnd I shut tho door of thai ban every two putesjn great watch tower queting hall, for I do not v ant to look. Bjirnnff up Into tbd heavens. From cueli There Is nothing there but torn ban of tho twenty-flrfates, tm cither side, ners, nnd broken wreaths and tho slush n street ran straljflit tlirough to the pile of upset tankards, and the blood of mur on tho other side, so that thero were dered women, and the kicked ami tumfifty streets, eaeli fifteen miles lonp, bled carcass of a dend King. Tor "in which gao to tic city an appearance of that niirht was llclshazzar, tho King of wonderful regul rlty '1 ho houses did the Chnldenns, slain." 1 go on to learn thnt when nod writes not join each' ther on the ground, nnd between' tlnm were gardens. nny thing on tho wiill, a malihad better olid MiiuuiMir, i rroiu iig'.c iuji wj read It us it Is. Daniel did not misinliouse-tobrUlffs sunif, oer Aslilcli terpret or modify tho handwriting on tlio InhnbltanU were nccustomeil to tho wall, it is all foolishness fo expeel pass, A branch f the Euphrates scnt a minister of the Gospel to preach althnnigli the chy over hlch a brUlgc of ways things that tho people like, or mnrvcloua stnuttirewns thrown, nnd th people choose. Young men, what Shall I untler hlch a ii nnr 1 ran. To hecp the shall I preach to you river from o lnjf the Uty tell you of the dlgnl'y of human nature? In times (JIfWsJB gr-a- t lake vrasnr- - Shall 1 tell you ot tho wonders that our ! rnnptit toTStch tWiMirpluH, In which race has accomplished? "Oh, no," yon Wept ha in a reservoir say; "tell cue tho message thnt camo tho until lKiici of ilrought,sshcn it niu sent from Ood."' I will. If thero Is any Btrcarilnu down over the thirsty laniL handwriting on the wall, It Is this les A niiacc stood st each eiulof the Eu- - son: "Accept of Christ, and be saved!" phjAtes ltrtiljfe, on palaco a mile nnil I might talk of a great many other the other things; but that Is the message, and so p'llnce seven nBi n naif miles in clrcwm- - I declare It. Jesus never flattered those to whom The lfo of .Nehuchadneriar, ,i . havinp been trouirht up anionff tno he preached. He said to thosq wli did bouth, MountatnV Uist incafct mountain of Media could not stand It wrong, and who were offensive In his those golden grain fields trued Into a for cavajiy horses? in this flat couitry of Ilahylon, nnd m, sight, "Vo generation of sipcrst ye pasturing-grouns gdlicd with to please her, Xetiuchadnezzarhad n whltcd scpulchersi how can you cscnpo What raonnt the mountaltH00fthIilibtiilt in the midst tho damnntlon of hell!'' Paul tho apos- the wheels of tho heavy surrV train? tle preached before a man who was nut Why those rivers of tears Uo lakes of the ellv. Tliis rnouiitnln hus by terraces for tho support of ready to henr him preach. What sub of blood? Ood wbs angry! Jisttco must 1H Th hich prent nrthes w ere lifted. On tho ject did he take? Did he say, "Ohljoti cpuic. A liandw rltlng on the top of these anies flat kUmcsw ere laid, aro a good man, a very nno man; a very nation had been. weighed snd found Darkness' Woo then a lajci uf reeds and bitumen; then noblo man?" No; he preached of right wanting. Darkness! two rows of linclts, closely cemented: eousness to a man who was unright- to the North! Woo to the NMthl Woo to a man totheKast! Woo to tho Westl Death then thick sheets of lead, upon which eous: of tempcranco ot nt fhe'banquotl victim was tho ' tho soil w as plsced. The earth hero who deposited was m deep thnt the largest hard 0 appetites; 'of , the judgment to from k I have also to learn of tho this subject come to a man who was unfit for it. So that the destruction vicious and trees had room to anchor their root All the glory ot the flow cry tropics w na v o must always., declare tho message of those who despise Ood. will le .very. snread out at that tremendous hclgliC thit happensto come to us. Daniel sudden. Tho wave of mirth Iiso uasneu until it must hive teemed to one Jwdow must read H U Is. A minister preach- to the highest roint when that Assyrian ns though the clouds were all In blos-ho- ed before Jnmcs I. of England, who army" broke tlirough. It was unexund tho ,iy lzsz.z2.sz. the rh"nUlcr wa James VI. of Scotland. AVhat sub pected. Suddenly, almot always of tho cedar At the top an enino was ject did ho take?. The King was noted comes tho doom of those who despise constructed which drew tho water from all over tho world for being unsettled (lod and (defy the laws of men. How tho Euphrates far below, and made It nnd wavering in his ideas. What did was It deluge? Do y u suppose spout up amid this) garden of the skies. the minister preach nbout to this man It came through a lono northeast storm, All this to pleasa his w lfcl I think she who w as James I. of England and James so that people for days lforo were VI. of Scotland? Ho 'took for his test sure It was coming? No; I upise the must have been pleased. In tho mlilst of tills city stood also (James l., 6). "Ho that w'avcrcth Is llko morning was bright; that calmness the Temple of Ileitis. One of its tow era a w are of tie sea, driven w ith tho w ind brooded on the waters; that beauty sat of Ca mile high, and on and tossed." as enthroned on the hills; when suddenly Hugh Latimer offended tho King by tho heavens burst, and the mountains the top of it an observatory, which gnvo tho astronomers great advantage, as, a sermon ho preached, and the King sank llko anchors Into the sea that being at mi great, a height, ono could said: "Hugh Lutlmcr, come and apolo- dashed clean over the Amies anil the easily talk with the stars Thi tmp1 gize." "I will," said Hugh Latimer. Himalayas. Tho was full of cups, and statues nnd cen- So the day was appointed, nnd the The Bed Sea was divMed. sors, all of lmKI. .One imago weighed a King's chapel w as was full of Lords and Egyptians tried to cross It. There could thousand llahylonish talents which Dukes and the mighty men and women bo nq danger. The Israelites had just w ould le equal to S.W,000,0(M. All this by of the country, for Hugh Latimer was gono through; where thay had gone, He began Ills' sermon by why not tho Egyptians? Oh' It was day, I ut now nIghVwas nliout to eomo to npologlie. down on llabylonl&Thc shadows Of her saying: "Hugh Latimer, bethink theel such a beautiful walking place! A SV) towers to lengthen. IheTCu- - Thou art In the presence of thine earthly pavement of tinged, shells and pearls phratcs rolled on, touched by the fiery. King, who can destroy tho body. Hut and on cither Jde .two great walls of tplcnilors of tho setting sun; arul gates! bctldnk thee, Hugh Latimer, that thou water solid. There can ls no dsngcr. of brass burnished and glitteiing, art in the presence of the King of Forward, great host of the Esyptiansl opened and shut like lvr of flRmo blow Heaven nnd earth, w ho can destroy both Clap and rymlmls th Then lie tho trumpets 01 victory' The hanging garden o' Jtnbylon.wet bodv and soul In aiki with tho heavy 'JWiWgnn to pour.from preached w 1th appalling directness at them! Wo will catch them yet and they starlit flowers lto& dripping leaf, a fra- the klnj " erlmea. ahall be destroyed But the walls begin grance for many miles around. The Another lesson tlmt comes to us; to tremble. They rockl They falll streets nnd sqnarrs were lighted for there Is a great differeaco letw een the Tho rushing waters! The shriek ol dance and frollo snd promenade. The opening of the banquet of sin and its drowning men! The swimming of the theaters and gaUeries of art invited tho close. Young mnn, If yon had looked s In vain for tho shore! The wealth and pomp and grandeur of in upon the banquet in the first few strewing the great host ou the bottom the city to rare entertainments. Scenes hours you w ould have wished you had of the sea, or pitched by tho angry wave of riot and$was.snll were mingled been invited there and could sit at the on the beach a battered, bruised and in cveryjArcct, godless mirth and feast. "Oh! the grandeur of llolshaz-tar'- s loathsome wreck! Suddenly destruction outragcousexetss and splendid wickfeast!" you would have said; but came, Ono-hahour before they could edness camo to the King's palace to you look In nt the closo of the banquet not have believed it. Destroyed; and ' ' do their mightiest deeds of darkness and your blood curdles with horror. without remedy. A royal feast. at the King's palI am just setting forth The King of Terrors has thero a fact which ace! flushing up to the gates are char-lot- s ghastlier banquet; human blood Is the you have noticed as well as I. Ananias upholstered with precious cloths wine, and dying groans nro the music. comes to the apostle. The apostle says from' Dedajffand drawn by Sin has made itself n king in the earth. "Did you sell the land for so much?" horses from Topvrmah that rear and It lia--s crowned itself. It has hung in He says: "Yes." It was a lie. Dead' neigh In tho grasp of the charioteers its banqueting hnll thq spoils of all as quick ns that! Sapphira. his wife, while a thousand lords dismount, and kingdoms and the banners of all comes In. "Did you sell the land for v omen, dressed in all the splendors of nations. It has gathered from nil so much?" "Yes." It was a He; nnd music. It has strewn from Its wealth quick as that she was dead! Ood's Syrian emerald, and tho of ngntc and the chasteness of coral the tables, the floors, and the arches. judgments aro upon those who and tho somber glory of Tjrian purple, And yet how-- often Is that banquet Him, nnd defy Him. They come nnd princely embroideries brought from broken up, and how horri'd i lt end1 suddenly. afnr by camels across the desert und Kver and anon Is thero a handwriting upon the wull. A King falls. A great WOMEN'S CLUBS IN LONDON. by ships of Tarshtsh across the sea. Open wide tbe pates and let the guests culprit is arretted. The knees of wickedGo for come in. Tho chamberlains and cup- ness knock together. Ood's judgment, Where Femlnlim rlraaur S hara Amuaement. bearers arolill ready. Hark to the rus-tl- o like an armed host, breaks In upon tho Tcrhaps the most notable point about of tho robes and to the carol of tho banquet; and that night Is llclshazzar, women's amusements In "London Is that inuslol See the blaze of the jewels! the King of the Chaldeans slain. In so HkVi, Un vnunir man nhii Ravs: "I. they arc of completely unorganized an Lift the 4 banners, flnp the yjn"?ll clubs or svcjctL"i J"?" form Jllnw th trumpeK Let the night go can liotarn why they make such a" fuss the exchange. For instance, there are numby with a song nnd dance and ovation; about tho Intoxicating cup. N hy, it Is bers of ladles who can play a really good exhilarating. d It makes me feel well game of whist, but there is not a feminnd let thnt Babylonish tongue be that will not say, "O King Itelshas-za- r, I can talk better, think better, feel bet- nine whist club, nor are there tricycling ter. I can not ,see why people have louring live forever!" societies after the fashion of A few; Ahl my friends it w as not any com- such a prejudice against Jt Tho latter, however, will cer banquet to which these great peo- years pass on, and ho wakes up and men. be formed before long, and, well mon ple came. AllTWts of the earth had finds himself In the clutches of an evil tainly managed, might bo a- great succesa. sent their richest viands to that table. habit which he tries to break,, but can The Itnmbllng Club of the People's cries out, "Oh, Lord Ood! Brackets and chandeliers flashed their not; and he allows female members to join light upon tankards of burnished gold. helD me!" It seems as though (iod rnlace U what extent this privilege Is prayer,. and in an It, but Fruits, ripe, and luscious, in baskets of would not hear his appreclatejj by the sex we can not say. silver, entwined with leaves, plucked agony of bsy sod seal he cries out, "It Walking is not usually a favorite pastime from royal' conservatories. Vases, in- - bitcth like a serpent and It stingcth llko among the women of thWlower mhldlo lnl.l ...141. ani.tfulfl toil t.l..u.l tutil. ... an adder." How bright it was at the perhaps classes. The "strong-inlnaed,- " quislto traceries, filled with nuts that start! How black it w as at tho lost! inter-enc- e Here is a man who begins to read cor- will not admit the fuctJmu tne were uiresncu irons loresis in uisiani to bo drawn from this dissociation lands. Wine brought from the royal rupt novels "They are so charming!" w ith w omen alone for spj'rt urn pleasvat, foamlnsr lu the decanters and bub- - cays he;s"I will g9 out and see for my ure 1$ that more rest, Hatlon nd Idin'jj-l- n Uw.challcea- - TufU of cassia, i self whcthetJiH .these things arc so.'' t'"1' lf nnrf j2S!C2ii CS be mid fxankbicensc u afting their sweet Ho opens the gate of a sinful life. He pating informally with men In their ness frvJJAUind table.. Gorgeous goes in. A siniui sprue meets him .. .iiAr,.nhr, .j...?.4 banners uifoIdlnr In the breco that with her wand. She waves her wand, c,, Unpljr a levotlon -. nnd II l nil enchantment. Why. It ver gume It may wfmio came , cuius ot tor of hanging seems as if the angels of God liud pour- theaviii. love uumcii would uiBUCVCeu , witched with the'.perfurac nnd aim same be necesed out phials of perfume on tho ntmov sary. The domestic claims made upon rising up from gardens, fountains of crystal, to phere. As ho walks on he finds the their time preclude this, and bo they ol Ivory, In jets fall In clatUrlngr rain of diamonds and hills becoming more radiant with foli- prefer, as a rule, to remain unfettered age and the ravines more resonant with pearls g" by club laws and regulations. N. Y. btatues of mighty men looked down, tho falling wnter. Oh! what a charm- Star. ing landscape ho sees! Hut tho sinful from nlchei in the wall upon crowns nnd shields brought from subdued em- sprite, with her wund, meets him THE MAN FOR A HUSBAND. .IT pires. Idohof wonderful work, stand- again; but now she tevcrics tho wanJ, Is gone. The Qualities Which Indlrafe tl nrat One to ing upon ivdustals of precious stones. ond nil the enchantment (.lino,, Embroideries stooping about tho win- cup Is full of poison. The fruit turns Ladles as a rule arc apt to l.o favoraAll the lcuics of tho dows and nripplng plllarsof cedar, and to ashes. drifting on Joor Inlaid with Ivory and bower are forced tongues of hissing ser- bly. Impressed by gentlemen who ''wrap agate. M mis, mingling w 1th tho thrum of pents. Tho flowing fountains fall back themelvcs up in the solitude of ther harps and the clash of cymbals and the in a dead pool, stcnchful with corrup- own originality" and defy tin world to blast of trunpets In ono wavo of trans- tion. Tho luring songs become curses probe the Inner depths uf their souls port tint w eat rippling along tho hall and screnms of demoniac laughter. Woman Is prone to lielievc tint she ran nnd breathing among the garlands, and Lost spirits gather about him and feel read such characters like n npen book; loitrlng down the corridors, and thrill- for his heart, and beckon htm on with that she has the key to all their mysthe marble exing the souls of a thousand banqueters. "Hull, brother! Hall, blasted spirit, teries. Underneath Tlio slgn.l I given and the lords Halll" He tried to get out. He comes to terior she sees plenty of plas-tl- o material which only needs her and ladles, tho sslghty men and wom- the front door where he entered, and en of the load, come around tho tries to push It back, but the door turns lots and tact to leaTen Into detable. Pour out the wlnel Let foam oealntt him. and In the jar of that shut' lightful and delighting shapes. Jfllnes and bubble kiss the rim! Hoist every ting door he hears these words: "This of tenderness of Intelligence, of magone his cup, and drink to the sentiment, night Is Hclshazzar, the King of the nanimity underlie, she thinks, the blank Chaldeans, slain." Sin may open bright uppercrust or reserve. Too often, after "O King Ilelsharwir, ttra forever." lunlhand and carcanct of royal ns tho morning. It ends ns dark as having tried her hand at working them, she repents of her foil in sackcloth und lieauty gleam to' the uplifted chalices, nk'lit! I learn further from this subject thnt ashes us again, and ngaln, ond again they are Your utterly undemonstrative men emptied Away with csro from tho death sometimes breaks In upon banpulati' Tear royal dignity to tatters! quet Why did he not go down to tlio seldom make good hiihtiinds. UnderJ'otir out more wine! Give us more prisons In llnhylon? Thero were peo- stand, himcier, thut there Is it wide diflight, wilder iriuslo, sweeter perfumel ple there who would like to havo tiled, ference between morbid n licence nnd Lord shouU to Lord. Captain ogles to I suppose there were men and women mere shyness. The shy mm keeps you ( uphill) clash, decanter rut-ti- e In turliiri- - In that city "!n utl!d li.ivu ul u dlnlttiirc from him bt .shrinking cv.l There comes In tho vile song nnd welcomed death. Hut he comes to the hack from you, the uncoupling man by drunktn hiccough, an1 i'10 slavering lip palace; und just ut the time when tlio holding you at arm's length A lady pitch, ulKiut to make a choice fur life between und the guffaw of Idiotic laughter, mirth Is dashing to the tip-tohurting frouiWho lips of Princes, death breaks In at the banquet We the two will do well to give the preferVi ry irHTrrd men llu hid riehngJUoodshot. whilo mlng. have often seen tho same thing Illus- ence to the former. Hug wlthltallJ hear, "lliuinh, lut' trated. Heru Is a young man Just come arc very illfllcult to govrq, 1, y, Ho U kind. le s Joy. Ledger, from college. zah fur great BaUaazzar.'" d e 1 p - ihiinli. circling nbout as though it Is that on the plastering of tho Is It it phantom? Is it n spirit? Is It 0i17 Out of tho blnck sleovo of the darkness a flngcr of fiery terror trembles through tho air nnd comes to What Ing. Ho is piithtislnstlo. svnl) lwi qucni. By one spring hu mny bound to heights tow aril which ninny men have been struggling for years A profession opens before him. Ho is d in the law. His friends thecr him. r.mtucnt men encourage him. After awhile you msy seo him standing In tho I'nltcd States Senate, or moving a popular assemblage by his eloquence, as trees nro moved In a whirlwind. Some night ho retires early, a fever is on him, delirium, llko & reckless charioteer, seizes tho reins of his intellect. Father nnd mother stand by and see tho tides of his llfo going out to tho great ocean. Tho banquet Is coming to nn end. Tho lights of thought and mirth nnd eloquence aro being extinguished. Tho garlands aro snatched from the brow. The vision Is gone. Death at the banquet. Wd saw the snmo thing, on a larger scale, Illustrated at the last war In thla country. Our w holo nation had been sitting nt a national banquetNorth, South, Hast and West. What grain was there, but we grew it on our hills. What invention was there, but our rivers must turn tho wheel, aud rattle the strange shuttle. What warm furs hut our traders must bring them from tho Arctic. What ilah, but our nets must sw ecp them for the markets. What music, but It must sing In our hallsjt What eloquence, but It must speak In our Sen ates. Ho! to the national banquet,rench-In- g from mountain to mountain, and from eu to seal To prepare that banquet, tho shcepfolds and the aviaries of the country sent their- best treasures. The orchards piled up on the table their sweetest fruits. The presses' burst out with now wines. To lV Atthtt Ublo came the. yocninnry of New ItnnirKUre, n tho lumbermen of Maine nr I the s and the 'Westfrom tho ern emigrant from tho pines of Oregon, and wo were all brothers brothers at a banquet. Suddenly the fust ended. Whntlnennt those mouiut throw n up catali-llshcCuro-lininrice-field- He lo. CADDY. A Unique. Specimen of an Interesting Claaa of MrraiMl Itinera. LotiisviM.K Is working to have th o Hy no means tho least Interesting t'apltnl remtned to that city. meeting was held In Lcder feature of London llfo Is the "cabby," the hankratz Hull, a few nights ago, to that ns he Is called, the driversoofnumerous som cnb. These cnbs aro end to swarm Mns. Julia. H1011KK, tho Mcado Coun- thot tho city seems actually bcllevo tho woman charged with tho murder ot w Ith them, and It Is oasy to ty thero guldo-booh- s four of her children, was adjudged In- statement of the vehicles In that town, the sane nt Muldmugh, a few days ogo. are 10,000 of these In tho Sho was ordered committed to the An- Of eoune thero Is a great variety hapdrlters, and It has mote than onco chorage nsj lutu.. of conMr. and Mns Osmonhk Uoiifiits, of pened that tho sons of families betUtisnellvllle, celebrated their golden siderable position have passed the of wedding 11 few days ngo. They have tor portion uf their llca on iho box 11 hansom. lived In thnt city all their lives An American whownsln London durPatrick Pensions for Kentucky: inthcr IifliiNvIlle; Archer Hurley, ing the p.istsiiuiliicrencoiintcrcd O'Malia, a man who Louisville; Walter Dade, Ilopklimlllo; nn,old specimen uf cabby, come down evidently soiuo Frank Frailer, Dyursburg; Win. 8. had In world, way unless mounting a box lie Franklin; Moses Kees Win- In the llosthwlck, Tho strunger took chester; Thomas lltnckbum, Louisville; regarded as a rise. ttnti afternoon, and, s cnb for a drvn KliUPs Store; H. Wallace, Wm. Turpln, vory dcflnlto Idea what lie Paint Lick; Darwin Mooro, Hnmmaek( having no do. told the wished to drhcrto inuo WashJnmes Lee, llryantsvllle; Isaac seehlin ington, MBysrllle; A. flnlbard, llooite-vlll- ing. to fcotne place that was worth W. fleo. W. Jones Sdmcrset; Oco. him ovr, apparThe cabby Huberts East Point; Edwin Forbes ently malting looked mind whntnmnner up hi Fonlsvllle; Davjd Wllten. lllensfork; passenger, and then Win. A. Diinomore, FunbuMi; John II. of man lie had ns tit direction which wns riot King, MeKee; John M. VIck, Central started off previous City; Maggie J. Price, former w Idow of In a line with tho American's Wen In he had Jnmcs II. Heed, Hodgcnsvllle; minor of explorations although times and knew Moses Malone, Fay wood; Emma R, Ihiglaml a number of Tho passenger widow of Samuel 11. llniwn, Covington, London tolerably well. .,... n . .1... ,li., . .. rnf THE COMMONWEALTH. THE Ancn-thuslnstl- An Illustration Of thcrfclueotoxlcuslvo and Judicious ad. B 'of any article of undoubted merit vertis Is foi r v" lno remarkable success of tho Oitir 11NIA K10 Htr.iT Co , which has been plion ucnal, even lu this see ot great enter-ii- rl irl PJU:;itn..Tli nan VintUHUa wim OrKinltCHlafonMcara ngo to manufacture ii itiillva trltfiorlplnal and attractive featti i prepared from delicious fruits nnd health tflvltia plants, ono which would bo plcssntnnd refreshing to the taste, as well ns ro beneficial to the awtcm, the msn brcii nt very wisely concluded to select tho Iriiilt noMsnapcrs throughout the United Htatis to uinke known to tho pulillo the men's of Ilia new remedy, Hyrnp of Figs. As lupiKMts with every valuable remedv, cheai substitutes are telnsoffered, but It Is sgmnrodlRleiilleiuhdsy to Impose bcoi public. Health Is tno important to be on trill I with, and reputable druggists wilt not tempt to deceive, ns they all know tliatHvrupnt Plfrs Is manufactured bj the mla Fig Bvrun Co. of Han KranvJaoo, 01 lulsvllW(Ky ,New York, N. Y. ; uiiw ' WouHDiCuTs.swEiiiNM THE r ClURttt A. VOOttlR CO.. Itttlmtet. Mi 0i dtsagreeatilo thing about ppstaca 9 K"t stuck on tan- t is thai thoy aro lhemelTs Ulngh stnton lOiidur. '.) )ieputatlniia St ait til is Hay h e; 11 d corn-field- ai-th- hell-Arc.- " wnr-horse- lf flre-oye- d color-blendin- g o pal-sle- -- - ti.i. t) V- 11 1 un. sensations around the heart. I ached The American looked lu tho direction Thk tailor U a cwxl felkiw to havo around all day under the shoulder blades. filling remarks. Wean always inskoseuia indicated nrtd saw a crowd of people iu the left side, and down the back KUiIra f)ette. galhennl uWul a woman who was turn-In- p of my limbs. It seemed to be wonw Hha of a o r uh or Pore Throal tha besl Fo in the wet, cold weather of Winter ord oLHenry Fowler and Alrx Hitter, war tho crank prctlybarreloriran. woman, and rather a. s llonoyof Hurehound and Tar It and Spring; and whenever the spelU both ot the Fifth Regiment Cavalry Volstrangely out of keeping with 1'lke's i. thaihe Drop Curolu 0110 luluutu. came on, my feet aud bauds would, unteers. Also bills to pay to W, A. Drain, of Scottavllle, administrator of estate of her occupation. Linton," ho said, and ITBRSlteomesto a ouesttoa of toclett turn cold, ond I could get no sleep "That Is Ludy A. Drain, $.00 nnd SSiO to Win. A. Woll-hal- l, the be,t not always llio cheapesUIlocu-osie- r at all. I tried everywhere,, and got by soliMqucql Inquiry the American K tEiprcss of Cumberland c'ounty, for sup- found that this wns not a mbru "trnv no relief befote using August Vlawct plies furnished Union Army. Then the change came. It has don Dos t waUiinliliOitarasM.bcfnrotrrtBff eler's tale,' designed to Wgufio him, postmas-tcr- a Till? following fourth-clas- s r was really Carter alattl Liver Tills, but iret a vial at -- 5 a wonderful deal of good during but thut were appointed a few days ago for a member thothe nobility cast oft" by her once. 3Jcaa t take them without beneat. of the time I have taken It and is work Kentucky: It. Hurt, Hrown's Cross 1) Osrp' the worst firuis of the "deadly ing a complete cure." Itbads, Clinton County, vice V. J. Vin- family hansom was started up again, k Tho parU. U the double barrelled gun 0. 0. GREEN, Sole Man'fr.Woodbury.NJ. Craft, Crafts-vlllcent, resigned; MKs L. iTIaies. pretty soon thu driver announced Letcher County, vleo II. Craft, re- and they were In Chelsea. that signed; R. II. Frizxcll, Fnlr Dealing, Tnr st cough tneillrlno U I'lo' Cure "That liiiost," lie aahl, pointing It out, for C asuuipuon. HolJ evarywhere. V). ' A brines Marshall County, vice W. S. Stone, bla boasts, tttak Cnrljrle "is where that old 1. Stabuna lrp!4 Uvar. II. Farmer, Fnrmdaie, Franklin 4 bo foet bis nlfo'a blllil" paif-"D- oes lUed. Further up the street," ho conCounty, vice IL II. Money, resigned. t ja "1'va seen him kick at tteai." tinued, wilting more commtititcattvc, Tiik remains of Jlcn II. Smith, n "there Is a funny fellow named Whist- Lk&, cltlscn of Shelby ler, lie's n painter, and tho pncr former sv County, were burled ut Shelby vlllo tho pitch Into his things like blazes ami he other morning with Masonic honor. gets ns mad as a batter and answers Mr. Smith diet! in Arkansas City, where them back They say It's great fun for li- -v thaaa arc-a- s. n anveirie Ixo hits ivtd,tl for tlio past three year. allMMlallMrlhabwls,lvlS)fsialar them that Is in It." -- lllieai alralaiat Assol dlabarva Thk Kentucky Horse Jtreeilera' "You do not ollow it up yourself, (rlitts;, and ciations has made arrangements ami tticn," the American nald. trotting conditions for the first 8J3.000 ,j "No, sir," the cubby said "I like stake ever guaranteed In America. It Wtter to give my time to tlorvers. t la ilia Ul.lcy. kUdaar aaa Uvea, ar yaana. They araailapieil loeld wlU W trotted In Lexington by foals of have a place that Is pretty to look nt. If K()l,l KVKItyVllKKIJ. 1691, when two and thrvo 3 cars old. I do say it, and I've taken a very tidy will go mllo heats lot of prizes, (00, sir. I z !" Tho BOILlNO WATEH OR MILK. s best two in three, and the next year just now Thut'a the go, will go mile heats, thrco In Ave. and I ran make something to help 1110 of Frankfort ore un with the greenhouse and got. the Tiik merchant highly incensed over tho meeting of mlfcl a new gown now and then." QnATEFUL-COMFOnTIcitlxcns in Louisville to agitate tho reThe coll. who cultivated flowers for moval of the Mate Capital to Louis amusement amrdrovu aVasuul passenvllle, and threaten n commercial boy- ger out to see the house of Cartyle could cott In farsr of Cincinnati. hardly W looked upon as a type, but as U0ELLED 1.2 LD. TINS ONLY. Tiik follow Ing convicts were paroled a variation he. was at least interesting. rarn s, ritit a few days ago: Tom Davis colored, Hostoii Courier llttr.Va tlllllHKJ(, sent from Louisville, September 1, tWO, a rai.iml. r a for ono year for false swearlng.and Win. WIDE AWAKE FOR JANUARY. r 4 Haley, sent from Lexington, June, 1MH), um Taking up tlm January Wins Attass for two years for manslaughter SeVeil .kl1lk-UMone Is led to reflect tha t this mapulne MnifM. a, applications w ere rejected. wlsa-sr.vMiliis- ai happy aud kindly a Dr. Pierco's Favorite Prescription ALLlulllalM. A somen of electrio street ear con- hns a particularly way of enlisting tho Interest and tho b tho world-fameremedy for all ductors In Lexington have leen At Is alleged that they did not fancy of i readers by IU I'rlie Cutniechronic weaknesses and distrcrsing make correct relurui- common to nracn- mals" were enjoyed by young abd oM Tiie other nlcht a child not more ir- - a4Uk SMSif.lani.II rr,. ti than four days old was left In a basket iliug, rcstorattvo tonic, or atrcngth-t- o really tralnedyounB flnp-ron tho porch of Mm. I'rea llroughton, school bad Um imparting ton- - and vigor to express Ideas with the elli a4aa la near Stony Point, llourbon County. fceblb wo-winrtltlon tuo wholo syitcrn. l'rljc or Hero" Tho little fellow was well dressed and "Lambkin, not a bad "course" In Moral I'liit- - men generally, Dr. Picrco'a Favorite, as bright as a dollar. Thrre Is no cluo Ana(pramM comjie- - Pxcacriptlon J3 tho greatest earthly as to its mother, bnt Mr llroughton, osophy. The "I'rUe i rcawn. boon. UMrartUtil 10 giro S4l- having several children of tltlon amusca inousanua although Ull aaadarta rsr4. B Isar faction in every case, or money will enro for tlio lltUo For IWl MIm Itlmtner'a Trite his own, FUTurc," bids "Tho Drawlnir of the Child Sco guarantee jinntcd on stranger. a, uima ta Interest to children, fair to bo of r. A wnni.ie colored family was poisoned " niaiurBA . sessirsvia, aia- wlillo tho Prize "lYoWema In A Book of 1C0 pages on "Wo- MUrtoi: at Lexington, the other tnorulng by sou as by i:. II. Ilawlry of the Smithson1 1 I put In the colfee for ian Institution, will call forth tlio ef- man: Her Disease, and How to Wll rurviA. run ivil iMref,l having a .a.s.t auu turn m.t v..-- Peter White, his wife, and forts of the student In tho Latin and Curo thorn," lent aoalwl, in plain breakfast. !. iiiu his uncle and aunt, Daniel Frailer and High Schools. envelope, on receipt of ten cents, in AtrroKAno. wife, drank heartily of the coffee, savo tamps. Address, World's Disjwn-iar- r stories and articles of the JanThe Mrs. White, who, being quite sick, only uary number uro each excellent of their Medical Association, No. 003 a SW took a few swallows of the poisoned kind au I are by such authors ns Susan rra. ALL KIN08. Street, Buffalo, N. V. fluid. Immediately after breakfast nil Coolldire. Mrs. Ilurton Harrison, Mar Main four of these person named wer taken garet Sidney, Elbrithc S. llrooks, Km-- , aniw a m .- with violent pains In their stomachs, est ItiRersoll, K.rU Munruo, etc. rjftj aCinaB and tho physician who was quickly " Winr. awakb is J u a ycsri It arsenical pronounced summoned KC3L(H-M4Ka-Ha a numU'r; D. Lotbrop Company, llos-to-poisoning. Powerful antidotes wcru Mass. Tula tlct un, Taael slxe, msUoJ tar 4 cecta. administer d,hut Frailer soon died, and F. SMITH A CO., A jfoldon eatflc weighing thlrtyflve in tho afternoon his wife expired, after Makers Of " Oils Seasa,' much Buffering. White on the 10th Munds was kllliil a short time afro on u;u lying at the point of death. His tho hlNWton reservation. Montana. The J55 L 237 Greenwich St., N. Y. City. Lily White, the bird stood three and a half feet hlch wife may recover "" " ELY'S CRKAM seventeen-year-oldaughter of I'eter, and measured nine feet from tip to tin. has Wen arrested, charged with tho now', This! crime. Her father whipped her the Wo offer Ono Hundred Doiiars lletvard night Wf ore, WcnuMs she stayed away far any coo of Catarrh that can not be too much nlghtn. She denies adminis- cured by laxluj; Hall's Catarrh Cure. y'iXsB 1b1 tering tho poison. I J CitaviiT Ca, I'rops, Toledo, O. k We, tho undersigned, have known V. J, RRi'nrsrjtTATivr. Stonk has IntroCheney for Urn laat Af lean tears, and hclleva mgM.&Jg:irtaortiiaU. LY l)UtHi.,MVVartra,M.V.gH duced bills to pay the following parties him honorublo' In all batlucss for stores furnished the Union army transaction, nnil Cimucully AMa tocaxry during the war: Hugh M. Hunson, of out any obligations niailo hy their firm. l)rugltt,Teleda Lyon County, nnd R. K. Fowler, of Crit- West &Tniax,Wholetsld Marvin, Wholesale Waldine. KJnnsn tenden County; also to gront honorable Drmrtsts, Toledo, Ohio. 111 Uw)i Mllttl Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken internally, dischargo to John XV. Peck, of Company " u our- tnmhrn dlrertly on the II, Seventeenth Kentucky Covulry Vol sctliijf 01 Hi" aysuj-o- . bloodsnd raucous irctx lesunioniuia laeos l- l- n,Mratlea. unteers. per bottle Bold bynll DnigrclsU, to rirllss. rsafclai. Mawera. laaey Price, "6c. l,nHmelvllhntrle sn tmA atas- toatlsf, Hou,tkNfla, eerlliinB tuirln l M.iasa'a Mali an.1 Kn II. Haknfp, a young merchant of lit as Knta Ttt.r Cooaa, crowding the ears U right or Wasfnan Caneyville, (Jrajson Couuty, wns accilerTtie Ilou.jwlf. bf '" rtllfr Jak, I Ka. Mau l'A.u,A.and JwusrCoawa. Ma, riUsP.II"isTatt-rT$wra- o, dentally shot by his younger brother, not, a great oisny reeple stand up for It. I'hlladelphla Times. 'fna llouirs rvatimiau Co- - ft. i.Citt. Asa, while out hunting the other aftertltmhtmlittf7'r. noon. A dozen or more blnl shot ennot bo confounded with ce tnmon cathMost tered the back of his head, but It is not artic or puruatlvn pills. Carter's Lllllel.lv-e- r IMllsaro entirely uullkotlwin In every rethought that the wounds are fatal. Ono trial will prove their superiority. At Pnilncah, Russell Fetty, who spect. Win. Cole in a quarrel over killed Ax old beau waa caught hy bis sweetheart twcnty-Qv- o cent lost In a crap game, oolorlne his hair, and It ibrpiy him ntodyer My' wife .and child havinif u suirro nttnclc or Whoop I.. to "bo rouftislou.- -l eias nii'iiii- KHW..M. laat June, has Tccn sentenced bVUIiJi VV ptKtVHH EL- suiiiptioQ, rdii jonni ii A perfect sueei'ss. llio first boltlo hanged April 17. cureu nn ilia Couch, aaii4 four lK(tirs a "i"V"' llrUHU THE MARKETS. Tnioo Count V hns about the youngflrsisaRH,. 1147 Huierlor bL, ChlrwRO, Illinois. thum.-- il. Jr. ihe KVrlff Me. tste est thcriff cisaait . Jsa.rr. Kinney Is but twenty-twymin f age. HVE8TOCK Cattle -- Commosll 1 00 Danville, tho Choice uaiensri,..., VsT s WBH At llnrgin, north of ,,,.. 3 00 BU' II008 Con mon. l other morning, Mra. Lucy, wife of Rev. .. 3 70 OSTS tlarA pacssra,,, ,.-readRHKEP-Oo- Mt 4 Ml a toeholoo Strnter Cook, went to sleep whilo bhlpprsM,. i ti (2 00 ing a paper near an open fire, nnd th l.AHlia-Oo- o.l KI.OUK-Kam- llf, t Ta M 4 in Igpaper fell from her lop to the, grate, ,M t, V7 Ird No. I rn......... niting her clothing. Tho negro servant wcsl--e ; S&polPo.-The- y Corn No I mUoil. ,...,,,,.. , , ,., boylhrcw a buokot of wntcr over her, Oata No. t mlied u but It'dld not save her. Mie Hied but a HAl-rn-lire No t io i louioic..,,, ,, 10 on Ut4 15, TOIIACCO-Uedl- um few hours. She was 70. 10 b Usf hridhr-c- r 13 tlooaiear.., 1000 subTiik Committee on Claims hns PnOVlHlONS-M- iii lu 75 cork iS'Sfi11 payIjiril crime stesm S mitted a report recommending the M ment of SI.718 to Hon. Samuel McKec HUTTKIt-Cbo- lce choicedalrv I'rliu to ereamsrv... V0 (t SO S 00 4 no for expenses Incurred by hlin In u con- API'LKS-l'rli- w, wt obl..,n ror bbl test for his sent In tlio Fortieth Con- I'OTAroUb-K- NEW YOItiC too ASM gress from tho 'lnth Congressional FLOim-ra- lr I CO to ranov ...,,... I SO ' District of Kentucky. 1 (OS .... 1 ( No. rod i" NrwroitT's new model school-housCorn-- Na travel thorn I raliad. new,, . si easiest by far. Many methods recently tompleted at n cost of 50,000, iad ulh nnd old thoy linrofire not thotho better vay. It ii apooplo from a eort . so reliof bocauao not triod .IIS) '.si maitaara ivas entirely destroyed by Are tho other P0RK-- Na Western methods and adopt the of slavory tp brealc away from night. The entire loss falls on tho city. LAIIU CHI0AOO. invontfona of modern time.. Oat out nnd btronRth-Bparin- a A The boiler nt Walsh's distillery, Taris, ,, ,, , y.. . 8 00 of old ruts and into now ways by using a cako of SAPOLIO in your Ired... blew up a few mornings ago, scalding lit 0) no. s cntesio iprtnf . teveral men and partially wrecking the Corn-machinery and building. No ono was Oata No. i POKK-M- eas killed. ...,........mh 0M Illustriltd Publications, with LAHO-Bte-sm ft 10 IrrcrlMnn Mlaaoola, I Tiik other night at Clinton Rev. Wills IIALTIMOIIE. fJlVlt rdUta, Monl. u., II. ho, sm ns as Wathluftou aal Orrnn, Ilia White died of general debility, nged nx5un-ram- iiy uoi I... win jm yeurs. Ho was n natUoof eighty-siCnrn Mli'd. ........ ,,., ANII CIIKAP ff!j3'''4n"'-Kmyvw a North Carolina, but had lived In the NORTHERN He wns POItlC-MOver 40,000 Sold In Eighteen Months. "Purchase" since about f0 PACIFIC R. R. ZL.W M ClMOO nii durkowi nsca cot olevilahd. omo. . VT. irluiiHr-IOra- s. Iii. -- .. 4 W) ne of tho oldest llnptUt ministers, as nATTI.E-rirlqua. Kentucky. tWHlrtNlD ,. ONIC. - ... .lal. Ualla.l ...11 a citizen, of Wchtcrn iJJlali , HV n its ffiiiairt aiainn VII ariua run run ssia, LAS PUN t IhI l4M. m, r, m. m , ! I list. INDIANAPOLIS. If- - W,.n nreBchinir in 1631, but In tho t ! Mil 94JiB f Mia AND WHIlltr HABITS iinllnwl Cimntv ns .......1 43 j no. !, ,. mcuimuiu nonit ll'Mtt IT rtOMS of TITf Oats-- No t. hirr rAIN. llnolT par. 9 45 sheriff anu magistrate LouiBvn.Y,K.'' nouian sksr rMce. LAJiiir.itr, who wus out hunt- ri.OUIt-r"amI- v.. ' wrtol.t.r.f. u f, llAOitv 4 (t its nn.. laiu ivkii.kkllaL. a vrSSTliA.s1l IMU.MM.W-ar- f Lexington wllh a party of Ka tan rtria,,. rod ing near uumm to MU CUIIN Mlted 15328 young men. uccidcntnlly shot Utu Drst A.N.K.-- U. 47' DO YOU WANT TO ,..,. EARN QOLD, WHEN UIIUISU TO AUVKBTlSEk rLEAta. (til 01 ftngeroff of his right ham! He was rOKK-Mo- l,... ii fas ta saw U aUU Ust taken V town, nnd thu Injun d unliUi LAitu-SlesariuMTaurArHqawiMmRmuowerl Vy Ur. Stolt, tnivli-Mnlo organ-grinderhll-iJelpe, crab-appl- the best known citizens of Shelby County, aged seventy-onjenrs wns found dead In hlsbeilai the residence 11. Caldwell, In of his Bholby vllle, th other morning, IUl,BrSK.7".rlVU0OODM0IIT haa introduced In the Ilousn bills to mmovo charges o desertion f rotu the war reco , jou ncrr nu uuniii. milllnir ,. "AlonC ' . ' ' lllP,i "T'.tl, cr0 wd on tho r, . ,,, t J. Arepreelousscano. Tlmetrlestho worth Mrs. Sarah M. Black of Seneca, of s man or a nirdtrlnn, Hosteller's Htom-arhitlers Is n llility yeurs' growth, and Mo., during the past two years has IlkA'hoio hiirily lichens that i,ul liUti the been affoctcil with Neuralgia of the ere. cs ot Aluska'a rixkn, It flourishes as And pu aulslly. as tho Us reputation has No Head, Stomach and Womb, and biua hrc rocks thotiiaelvcs writes: "iMyfood did not scorn to mc- - clno Is more hlRhly reennlnl as a rem-0,- 1 for lever nnd ague, bilious remittent, strengthen mc at all and my appe My lace cwi'lpatloii, Ihrr uml kidney dlsoidcrs, tite was very variable. ner.ousucss aud rlieumaiiaiu. was yellow, my head dull, and I had Tus trouble In lending our. ears. Is that such pins in my left side. In tho borrowers lakr sueUllbertle with them morning when I Rot up I would i before returning iheai. Atchison Globe. have a tlowof mucus in the mouth, llnnirs's Bnovcutit. Titocttij' are ex nnd n had, bluer taste, faomctimci r ftilfortholellef of lleirseneas or hore my breath became "short, and I had 11 L They sniexeeodisKly ttian World, London, "August Flower s cor- effeotlvs1'--- Ct such queer, tumbling, palpitating ,. Advice to tlio Aged. "!" wrirll!.ct bliau n Tint's Pills' rfel IMPARTING ViaOE forehrys-anthcmiim- COCOA WM ,. uia iti 1 EPPS'S NO. lilhril M- 1 CO-rl- --. d I ASTHMA sSISafel r. a rvrt !"" .'TI lor as r,". EMORY Art-serle- a, fcat bottlc-wrnpjw- Horol-ORy.- ... .a4.alai'sslaar. a.r.r' unntnai un .iiuinn. ,rta,., . n, PI!f ir ctiM CURE Biliousness, Sick Headache, Malaria. J. BILE BEANS. BAt-M-l'l"- d K51uffrsB t Blarr tklaSHBLBSBSbSTtiisa"J I Tm iRiaiaiiiii liiisSS5iiIW no r-- Ai.rr. Kr. PgCur& BtSkr (jWGfa Ilrrff II o '., 'i' in a a JBs OKAIN-Whsat-- No. ....... M1U-7- J muWc like to m&kehe world' rmiL hhemslves lO rht ADHI telecrric lithh ohouseclc;alnin8s' ne. a THE OLD RUT 1 Oats-Ml- ....,.,, Inbor-BaYin- g QltAIN-wtast-- Vo. No. ..... ,.,,. . houeo-clcanin- OllAlN-Wheat-- x No. 1 yMl4M& itu sTREE ..s. PUST iM eaa uiu s lltv "".i.. p"" ORAi:.'-mest-N9.- mns "'. W ri, , -s OPIUM! OltAIN-WLmt- -Na OATS-Ml- iud ,. -- m.., WM - "i"' A4irau 'it -- , mm. urn .,,. . 11)1 sa. i Wa ((( s , fi i' tirofrhVHiJfeli) ':'ff'A yi !imm W!"W9lm m a ya wt. sj:f ',' - gaJi- - favtf