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FINE JOB PEINTING IITI lEATHESS'MD DISMTCE BALK BILLS, GEORGE WARREN, Editor. Price of Subscription, 9150 f.Nni.isu author hnvo taken up t lie of erecting n monument Id shinies Russell Lowell, nmt Intro tip h)IiiUm n coiumlttca to rulso u private rha iiml for Hint purpose, ESTABLISH Till', CRISIS. tJllr.imonlanci Wild BD 1859. : HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY. KY., FRIDAY. MARCH 25, lANDS PIF1M. 1892. VOL. XXYIJ STATE NEWS. DECISION IHa raopU Ara.l ).22. COURT. ssl That Mast ENVELOPES, LETTER HEADS, BILL HEADS, INVITATIONS. ETC., ETG OAIX AHD SEE TJS. cavse It does uo the people s roiirt lo promote n personal end. Tho suits against the whisky and other trusti will bo held dangling OTer tho heads of tho acensed until November, lifter which they will disappear from the courts The scheme is ludicrously obvious hut It has a serious stde. What right has the administration to commence these prosecution without serious purpose to continue them? The administration will thunder In the courts frim Iloston to San Francisco merely to furnish campaign thunder for stump of atom. Thereafter the prosecutions will die away, and thn courts, having been made to serve a political turn, will be permitted to resume their orderly process by an attorney general ' who Is In the habit of collecting cam-palgn funds for his patron, Harrison, and, as a politician, thinks even prostitution of courts fair. He 1.1 engaged in Had he been honest a, sorry business he Would have commenced last summer. He begins now, that he may rec i ommend his chief at Minneapolis and 5 matter HOD SAVE AM MICA. .CJ1..IH.3J CmiEVAHOE. KEiNTUUO In tin With Atipcr Landtag i federal supremo coiirl de- tml enie of Tlirm.tra liill. ntfiiarilril cision the mnlllnir of lottery literature In T'irlr llriiiinvlilloii, ut (lit r Is n continuous nlTeiiiie, subjecting the Mllllain's StrsiiK" lnrlr , sender to triul at the Initial AImhiI lilt CI .in a nml I'to'iitr. and terf minal points This In what Is killing r,prv?and olh March off lilt lottery hiislnovs In Louisiana, Mlulster.edlil.nM nwnltluethe action Mil. Stam.kv thinks the white man jf the knlsor on their rciliruuuins, nnd cannot endure steady work ImmioiiIIi it Is believed thnt tho kalsri sudden tho Ktin of troplcnl Afrlrn. Ha may dcpnrluro from tho city wat, nvold forced to ar InililedliiU) decision, lnlnir front six to nlno In tho morning mill from threo to six In the nfternoon, l'ho luilscr, it Is ald, will return on ml must keep shady tho rest of the Wednesday next It Is Am stilled thai Chancellor Cnprlvl ruined belay, cause ho felt liound to susttm Minister 1'liF.t) IKu'hi.a is hail Wen commit Zed III, and not from anr personal sloped hy the president of the. Ilnytl motive of his ov,n, and that if tho repnhllo to net as first commissioner of kulcer commands Caprlvl to remain as thn world's fair exhibit He will lnm chancellor, tho command vi bo siinrgo of the exeinllture of tho 81S.V olejed. It In Mlovedthat Count 000 contributed by that government for Zedlltr will ihtsIsI In rclcln g timlcr tho fair. any circumstances. It Is behaved that It C. Ilimwx, Mho went to Calormln the Nonhleulschfl Zcltun rtfleiu tho In UW without a dollar, has now near-.- . views of tho kaiser In tho dc)rUon that tho Lr.lDinplcUaL IWiiver tho finest hotel suggestion Bernraeui,jylllft'''"'h"to of tho Ultramnntanc nest of the Mississippi, which will cost tho lilra $l,&on,noa, A ciurtcr wet ion of jostpone tho crisis by adjournlnt; Innd, which ha entered thirty years llet The (Mlrnmnntanrs In the LirHtajr ugo for Moo, U worth Js.Ooo.OOC) aro wild with mi(;er over the situati m, Tmr.vzs break In where ordinary and mine of them are quite unguarded visitor nro barely tolerated. Tho new In their denmiclnllons of the kaiser, villa of tho einpruih o' Au.trla In Corfu for what Ihey call his breach of faith. has lieen ransacked by brigands who They weio rrady, ns the price of t'.e inado nail lirtsi o In tho place and government support of the education c walked c(T Willi a lot of and bill, to sustain the knlser In tint nlicy he might chooso to pursue, and url treasures which money eanuot niilngntilxtnc; the sooiabits. Sonio of llm extreme ultromontaties Tlir. fact thai longevity U hereditary now go so far as to suggest a union Is wrll Illustrated In the faintly of Mm. with the socialists against the governSarah Van Nostrum), of Knst M'Hstonc, ment This however, Is not thought .N J. She celebrated hrr one hundred possible, ns most of tho nltratnontancs and third birthday lost September, and are dreply opposed to soc'allsm. Among of her eight children six arc living the national liberals thero Is great reThere has been no death amon her joicing, and congratulations bio pourchildren for seventy-fiv- e yearn. ing In iixm Dr. Mtqiicl for Ills firm stand against tho rdiicntlou bill. Or Ki.izaiimu (aim Humom tell an Mlquel. Is reserved, and his amusing story of how, when she was a not given however. expressions of st any public joiing girl, the women of her church Isfnctioti over his triumph. rulsed money to educate a young man It Is said that licforo the cabmrt for the ministry. When he had finished the ksiver of nt tho theological school the young gathering MbjuelThursday,personal an gavo l)r a long llvlne returned to his native ton and r nt wtUb It Is supposed the preached his tlrst sermon ou the text which is ennio lo "Let your women keep silence In the shown In Ihe the roncliislou I e cabinet meeting t'hurchev" kal ier. it Is reortCil, hasjaf late Urn UrMtY Caiiot I.oiiok has started a consulting Dr. .Mlquel frequently discussion as to whether railroad the I'm a noes of tho Imperial honci....l, slaughter can be materially reduced in which aro In n mmiiow lint complicated this eouiitrr. In lew tisruty live thou- eond tlon owing to tho kaiser's nn ' i sand men were killed or Injured In of living, nml that this has given ' coupling earn and other rallroait work, lluancc minister ndditionnl oppurtm tj nn Increase of three Hum mid from the to Impress his views Uiou the s. i r previous eor. It is proposed to add elgn. As between Caprlvl and Miqiifl if tho duly of preventing neo.denta to thus t thu n.terstate coinuierco coin a cholco should 1ms Inevltnbto. it l t'ie Sl.-llwill-Incly y brle-a-brnksl-scs'-.-- V.Mir.H tlm mission. Or all the tongues talked or written on ost til no one is now more desirable or useful II an the Kugllsh It Is spreading every where; it is even probable thai within a few jenrs It will becoim the eimiinou language of Japan In the llrst eighty yearn of this century the speakers of 1'reucli Increased In oivlllred countries from Jl.owi.o)) to s,ooo,W; . liermnu. from "W.ooo.ooo to nU,(Hnu. au, of Kngllsh. from to loo.noo.ooo Chicago who poscssd a Military bill ami wanted lo blow it lu badly, hit npm a novel pluu llie oilier ilay by which to save and seiid it Isith The bill was glvrn him by a friend, and he was determined not to part with It A ft r n lengthy lebate with himself he evolved the billllnnt schem-pawning the note, lie pnhl ii visit to his uncle, raised F4.A ou Hie bill, and spent It ncconllii-- j to his v Wlien further fun. Is entile In he phloem il the orlj; mil note A mam In r of . u I Impression ol many that tho would prefer the latter. The gem rt opinion is however, that he will d.c .1. to keep them both, nnd that in Caprlvl will have his scruples of overcome by leing directed, lustcal of requested, to remain nt tho head of 'ne e nip re As n soldier, tho commtii.'f the ompcror would be. In Oasnvis view, it Is assumed, superior oJJJyy other consideration, nnd vVfnV'"rJoi suflictenlaxeiiMi or his cmsent.ng to remain in nMice. The passage of the incisure was looked upon as certain, win t s Midr tho den abandonment of the thero kalse wus nnnonncetl, nnd most is nn ecclesiastical ferment o' Outside the iihollcs serious kind thero nr no signs of serious disap.ire espointment, nnd thn social i 1 Lr !n t tv pecially jubilant. .l seems lli.iil.is, Mnrch It t certain that Chancellor vi.ti aprlvl has not resigned. Tho cr ' niTcrls only Count edlitz von 1 ml clder. ta' 'firmed This view of the situation Is by hljjh ofllcinl. Noilcclsl m ignrd-Inthe ncccptnnco or tefii of the A silHNi-.neirl story eomes from before Louiloti lo the efTett that in u couvcr-Mitlo- count's resignation Is expect-.- 'liocin-perotho end of next week, win i iilonl his llnidentjiirtf spi-ch- . returns to Iliillo. when asked ns to liussia, Cmperor A PniSON"ERCONFhSSES. Wlllirtm n.il. "I will pulverUo l!iis Mo" II.V dlpli.lllHtil in. tlio-llie .Mlioilr .IiiIiii.ihi Irlla llm Mir -- ! I'll was curried In lb- - cisr. who sent It, the Imilsits Wmtiair. I rimn, Imck wi rd "Tell yoiit emp-rothat March !' Minnie Imiisnaioiis He'll ho wants to In (tin pulveiUln I Johnson. ITyenrsof nge, on 'iiatc of will thniw half a million men nimvs the roform department of the Women's tl.e front'er with the jjreatcst pleas-ur.- " prison, confessed that she set fire to llolh these inonnrchs nppeRr that Institution when ono of I' buildwllllmr to enirnife In the "rnlverl nir'' ings wns destroyed n fow w Us ngo. Ih-- s iibss, She had formed n fricn.'jp for Inmate, Patsey wfflinms n colored ItAtsiN iiilsmi; itml prune hnmlki rehlefs some stole nrc two roinpur.itlri'ly new itulus'rirs who while doing outsldo work a" gave In (Vlfnriiiu thai nn lit t lining v r The large pniortioiis and the domestic them lo tho Johnson g i M i.I nets huve nlmo.l driven tho tor-'tf- latter, when asked nlxiut tin matter t. I anyj,'om1s from our murkets Purlnir by tho matron, refused to W.llinms told thnt When the nine months endint; VepleiulnT IW. thing. Mmnle ism, on'y S!GM.;a. poiiiitU of iU-in- s could bo ent to prison for and .',SW. I.W huuIs of pi lines Johnson determined to escav hy setwere liiioiti-d- . ns ntf.ilnst. I.'.'.mi. .VI ting flro to tho building she was In. jHinnds of raisins inn! :iVil',i,l.s.vi iHninds While Ironing, sho took a holder, nnd of prunes in the s.ime period of I MO putting it to tho gas jet, lnld 'he burnl'our or lire curloada of r.ns'ii. nro ing cloth on n shelf. Thnt i. 'it, ono Iravlug Sim l)le(ro dnilr for tho cast ut of tho younger Inmates, a pet of MUs Johnson's was taken sick ' 'in exthis time 'id girls posure, when tho convicts Soiu: interehtlnif information as to were taken from the bulldn .' The the elements that nro t,'"111 to make llttlo girl died, nnd Miss Johnson n tip lliu future r.tiien of the new grieved over tho result of tlio lire so repnblli:- - Intel cstlnt,' In thn wny much that sho wns driven to n conown stock Is fession. l eoniparlMin-wilhi.a- r Tlm Viiiiiib I'nlsmier Hrsil. nflorded by the Immigration returns of the port of ltio .lunclro. In the llrst Naciivii.i.k. Tenn., March 51. Tho el flit months of this year ll.MiW ! boy Kobert Melrose, who wns arrested (If these for poisoning his niother'n family, his in Kriints ui rived ut Kin. fiM 47B were Italians, I'ortutjnese, three slstersdylng, died Saturday night li'.NW Spanlnids, 10,lis Kussians, 'J.I57 Saturday morning he was better, ut A (lerniHris l."MI sufTercd n relapse In tho nfternoon. 'J.H.M Aiihlrlnnis Knpllsh, 1.70J HwiUes, two 1'iench, confession' was begged from hint, but II3t lleljfliins, V.IW I'oles lil'J Swiss ho never recovered sulllclently to talk s an Amerlorns, I" Dutch unit 1,100 The boy killed himself by the lingo doso of nrsenio ho had taken Trldny. 21 g r r u -' Urn-rllini Asl-ntlu- Si.nck tho double chloride of gold trentment bus been hhown to be mi Ilcnclmih In tho cure of alcoholism, w mid it not bo nn admirable thin) for a ime astute chemist to devote himself to the senrch for n very i ffccllvn hy policlinic trentment of thul grlcvoui disease, dcmlk'oRlsm? In Mime respects ilcmnifoglsni Is worse than alcoholism bccntifc It lief uddlos the iivcrK' human mid umlcrMiiiidlni; more hopelessly tuM'Htliu peotilo just ns much. I,et us experiment with tho chlorides ami seo If some specltlo ennur be obtained to cure thin most diKUstintf mid mlschlev oils lilliludy. !' Wahiiinoton, Mnrch 31. Despite the fact Hint Chairman Cntchlngs, of tho committee on railways nml canals, has said thnt no action would bo taken on Mr. CnldvcU'n bill, looklug toward the enlargement of tho Miami nnd I'rio canal Into a ship canal. Mr Caldwell does not Intend to give up withoat a fight, lie la loaded with statistics und data to show tho Importance of tho canal ns n commercial highway, and tho figures he has collected of tho present tonnage of thnt canal nnd Its possibilities would astonish thnt committee If Its chairman Would consent to their consideration. Tremendous Mauirlitrr of Nlnck. rilli.ADKl.rillA, Mnrch 51- .- A special to tho Press from Orconsburg says A freight train on tho Pennsylvania railroad wns wrecked near this city Sunday morning, and a few minutes Inter tho wreck wns run into freight. Three hunby nn dred hogs wcro killed mid nbout one hundred moro Injured so Imlly that thoy will all huvo to bo killed. Th grcnter portion of two carloads of cattle were also killed, Tho loss will he heavy. An unknown Italian wni run ovsr and killed by ths easHonnd vialp lust prei ou lo the wreck west-bound enst-boun- Thv Ohio Ship ('mini. Tiionk who look upon Japan n a eoimtrv far liehind tho western world lu inatterft of education should read tho report o( tho minister of educutlon for The school iifc'c Is tho period of Jnp.Mi. cljiht yours, betweun tho sixth mid fourteenth year of iiko, mid iittendimco is obllKatorj. There tire over 'JU.OiKl el emenliiry school controlled by local authorities, with 7'.0(0 teachiTN and 8,m.000 scholarB. Tho tcachem are forbiilden to uso corporal puulshniciit and they aro pensioned when they have Tho Kiwi! mi many years of korvlcn. annual expense of these sohooli U l0Ut 87,000,009, rfcellilnk iv. M.oulilNot Override Oar lo Hi, l'rol,- - tnl al llatiiril, l.rcln'.atlTr 1'rorrrdlnB. inif OMlgtitlnn ,r Art of t'niijrus. tin Mullrr Ulirllirr CmrIiiiicI Will Co- - Russian Relief Commitloj Cablos to Senate I'nANKroiir, March II. Nr.MATB s; nlea every mm The WieniNOTox, March 55 Oprrilnnr N.il. Mayor of Philadelphia. Mr. Tsnl bill ra.wm taken up ami passed It Is a bill by eoint raa4e i tho f.ulklliy of the Kwo (lip, tho Chinese minister, has Senator Oeonro, to amend the charter of tho It In a style Mo, N'Asuixorov. March 55. It Is Impos-slblprepared n ieltr to tho secretary of city of Marucldsonstocut off the salaries of HcKlnley Hough in 1870. ami Heal state which betMMs.: to oMnln any oflb-ln- l Information the police Judge, msrshal and city attorney. 'In Arl or True llumnntlr Ailolphl urjlng nn early response to House, bill PI, to authorize fiscal courts to levy Nothing1 illy expected, concornlng the into received from Lord liirlallsn l.im-,- lirmsrk. M. the various communications that the and collect a polt and nd valorem tax for' coun- though by soroo that fon.ul Criiwloril's rnlrlotle Words SnlUbtlry on llie Uehtlng sen question. itwa Chinese government hns sent lo this ty purposes, and declaring on emergency, was at i I.IImii Itn rpllun lUmpirt. coart-wto far as to Tho usual reticence f.f olllelnls on this government with referenco to tho re- taken up Ten smrndments were offered, of the clinse attempt- subject Is said to bo lu accordance after the matter ussert tt"t ' striction of Chinese Immlgratloa moro or less Importance, snd time, Benstor Mil- Inir to srive i power to de- had been discussed for snmo LiiisU, Mnrch 51. Tho follow Ing diswith strict instructions, direct from the Owlcj t already levied matter to the president, that the comiuunlcptlon shall patch has been sent to tho mayor of BUIl'-t-. to tho continued illness of Mr. ler moved to recommito(tho entire which motion ctare m levy M i Justice, committee on courts the .however, but bowltlihuld from the p'ibl'e. at least Philadelphia by the Kusslnn relief so- sent, J tot latfcr bus not yet been was carried. Mr. dstes from th committee by lvr. TW there Is little doubt on charitable Institutions, reported senate reso the tUeMsMl K'i ts the ques mill utter Ut ml mission to tl.e si nnto. ciety. "Tho Kusslnn relief society that ts s tribunal fit will bo forwarded to lution si, wtin an amendment, it urine resolu- tlon. TlM I Ono ruiunr that finds believers Is thnt warmly welcomes tho dear American tho UL department within a tion for tho pay of tho porter of the serste. Indiana, it is right of last Lord Salisbury has nnswered the presi- brethren who arrived In tho few iUv The Star Monday night Ihe matter was disposed of the senate adlies from its Whin It to ' on the necessity of and prays you lo submit to Iho inhabi- prints an Interview with tho journed. , dent's note and tho right minister, expression of decMoM ren modus tiveudi. with n rounter propo tants of Philadelphia an IforsKThe committee I power and tho gratitude. God in wldch he snys: "For several years, ported for "ttnparl.son the on enrollments lottery bill, which whoaeor bltlon tliat in c.isu onn is ngrced upon tho society's 'lasting t are above tho Tho dispatch Is signed In fool, tver since I have been In this "was read as usual and found correct Commit right of tho United Stairs rig Ice to Indemnify save America. society. country,! have been endeavoring to se- tees were then called for reports. The commiv-te- wrofifffall ftribunal what- Cnnndlnn vessel owners for tho losses by tho leaders of the Kusslnn to, nxlnir tho pay on claims reported IL At a dejeuner, Sunday, an Illuminated cure .ncttr treatment for my people nt of the cloak room keepers It the house and sen- aver. IV I Incurred therehy Tho I'nltcd Mntos of by tel- As lb address was presented to the Americana the hinds of the United Stntcs To ate at four dollars per diem, with the expression has already rejected a proposition of this end! bare forwarded a number of of opinion that It pass Calendared. ILJ1. 134 egrsph that thoMo- bearing tho Kusslnn nnd Amcrlcnn this kind letters U tho state department stating (WhlUker) authorizing tho state to sue for certhe prcs- M. Another report wns in clrculntlon arms nnd two clnsped linnds. judges of our position In tho matter, but ns yet tain back taies and the Interest thereon, waa iuniey.1 .Uses hut president of tho third rcsvdlM: to Monday n'ght to tho effect that the hnTC.-itfe.""aajajri W no satisfactory answer." . ordered to ii. r. w, on pym oer,wrdsltl i r - r wntr t33C In wdtfointtiff thu Americans LULx-ra (hmimxii wa wothctw, J:wusy jMtBt. ... is merely n short dis communication wishrs tn not a a aaswme Hiwai f ! IsWftalay. raninrk.it llit - Russian, vstecmcdlCJl SltU'Viineist! imm'TgrVlfonTtshoufifi sramlrr-iaa- l probable. Harrison shall be tC nomi stiitliifcthatib-r-i'iysjpcrtj- i patch clary was ordered to be printed. A number or is an "unworthy nnfl)bl.y iha clause nee. Chicago Times JlCUIiL' Secretary barton's note of tho 'liKllnn.1 gift riBrtrrfrrnciron'acciiiinror be done oy means of n treaty with my bills cro passed over. does prescrlVe certain rates of taxation ftli lust. Is being pic pared, nnd nearly its value, as on nceount of Its being an country. P.or tho I'nltcd States to 1'nASKroiiT, March la Sematc Tho bill to on certain articles hut it docs not levy PAP-FECORPORATIONS. ready, nnd that It will Ixi siiverse to expression of tho brotherly love which agree to a ti'aty providing for tho ad- iheaprn and regulate tho price of text books them nor make them operative. On used tn tho common schools was discussed by l'resldcnt llnrrison's rc(iiest for n re- America ..cherished. mission of Cllncso and then ti overrldn Senator Mulligan and then passed over tilt to- the contrary, codec, teas and hides Rrpnbllnn Involves Kvrry Kind At thcTlanquct last night there wcro newal of tho modus viveudi. of present the American consuls tho in m-i It by an act of congress Is hardly acting morrow. Tho following bills were given their being already untaxed, it removes the According to the stune report the comRepublican policy involves every posPhiladelphia cominlttc, tho In good falthl One sldo has nil to say, second reading An act for tho bcnrllt of cities taxes from raw sugar and molasses, era of munication further snys In cflVet that officers the tho Indiana, Count llobrin-sky- , and tho othefslde it not considered nt and counties allowing them to vote aid to exhi- leaving these articles untaxed alto- sible extension of the principle of govof bitions at the World's fair, a bill prescribing a tho llntish government will not Inter-fen- Then it prescribes certain ernmental subsidies Where the Indipenalty for selling Impure lard oil. The senate gether. tho president of the relief soclctv, all. with the policing, of llchrlng sea "Ityyour institution you encourago committee on railroads met this afternoon to rates of taxation on these articles, but rect bounty fails ot Its object as in tho and alt the city authorities. Municipal by l' S. vessels (lending tho negotia- ( docs not tax them at all. Instead of case of sugar production, tho direct hlef Adolphl presented to Cupt Sar- lmmigratloi and insure fair trentment consider the separate coach MIL tions for the seltb iiieul of questions nt Amending House gent n sliver cup InscrlWd, "In. remem- of all alike, ind yet your treatment of statutes In Hills Introduced; of selectinggeneral doing so It declares that the president takes the place ot the indirect Where regard to manner Jurors shall have power to levy taxes at the tariff protection has crowded Issue by iiihitnitmti, though it may the undurncatli, the Chines Is inconsistent with tho of Llbau," jury commissioner lien after nsk fordnmiigcs in behalf of brance the greatest of with Is charity " constltutloif and the principles lnld by prescribing that the for" the grand Juryshall prescribed rates after January 1, 1695, American sailor from the sea and deand these select twelve names 'Hut such Cnntiilisn senlem as inny'sulTcr Washington." twenty-fou- r for tho petit Jury, and send them if lie chooses to do so. These taxes do stroyed a merchant marine subsidies to M Adolphl said: "An net of truo down by Ooprgc mo by seirtirc or interference by American to Hint Americans! under seal to tho circuit Judge; authorizing not exist by legislative act They have ship owners nrc promoted by repub"It humanity nnd rcnl Christian love brings should seems s in this commonwealth vrssclv no existence at nil. There are no such licans to remedy tho evil of their own conskcr the situation and with- cities of the reto Issuo funding bonds; to accept tho provisions (ien. J W l'oster. who Is represent j on hero. Your nntlon wishes to taxes No legislative act has put them policy. For- years., the Pacific Mall draw- from China of their own free wllL of an act of congress establishing agricultural lieve tho grent distress of part of the Ing the state department in this matin force and no dato has been set by Company has drawn millions from the I rill answ r your question by asking experiment stations Kusslnn people, which has resulted diter, bad two Interviews with the pros Let us supposo that tho riiANKronr, March IB. Semate. Attorney legislative act for them to go into force. people's industry in the form of a from bad harvests Tho Kusslnn em- you one. "lent on llie Mibjcrt Monday, one yirly ninlster In London say, Temple llodlcy snoke'ln favor of the bill to Tbev do not exist nor can thev ever rect subsidy. And for years this pap-fe- d American pire Is making extraordinary efforts to legislative act until such act is create a bureau of Immigration and Informacorporation has accepted a bribe in the dnv nml the other In the nf the that does not fn should say to from Chinese minister: tion. When he had concluded, the bill to place exist by nnd thn linpieanion is general stay tho famine, but from another governmental favorite to passed putting them in force. tho American leYou keep tvvay all passenger rates on rallroids at two cents per tho least destrnct from tho value of public on the supremo purpose of As tlmt they consldcrcil the chsrnctor of you Nothing can give more satis- gation hoise. I don't want Chi- mile sias killed, l'ho separate coach act was benchevery republican one who watches defeat the An empire Its grab of public knows, as every of the money. tho reply lo lo made lo Lord Snlls-- I this gift tho here,' Do you think reported from the committee with an amendfaction to nlllicted people thnn tho urv's last note It is pretty well visit the ment, aud without an expression. Senate then public affairs knows, tho repub- domain and millions of money mado minister would noble sympathies of other nntlons Our nese licans of the Reed congress passed this manipulators of the Pacific railroads that tli. president is not any more? And do adjourned. sntisfnction must And n special echo be- American Hot'sr. Dills passed To enable cities of the because the constitution ex- rich and powerful, and they tiave to rocede from tho position deed emanates from you think the American minister would second class to Issue funding bonds; to empower clause provides cause this noble ml v assurnwl lu regnnl to thn prescr-ratiothat all such meas- turned their prestigo to the overthrow which" Kussla expect much of a welcome nt the Chi- the state to suo for certain back taxes and tho plicitly d by steamships as this must originate in the of the seal liord, nnd that he the United States, with time commuted of tho nese legation? You may draw your Interest thereon. Increasing the behavior, which ures and because they did not ex- of all competition stood on terms house, by the government will tnke steps lo securo thai end, with has always own Infeniaccs Again, supposo that In tho state prisons for good " Washington bank should say to was recommended by the committee on state pect them to have a majority In the So palpable have become the evaof tho llrlt-is- h heartiest friendship. or without tho Cousitl Crawford replied: "While tho ono prisons and house to change government . won't have anything moro of holding court In of refuge; county: for the time succeeding house. Not wishing to de- sions of the law under which the Paanother, sen. tho Ilracken especially when this levy of taxes" outright, and cific Mall Company has drawn Its subIl Is snidnt tlio navy department thnt cargo of the Indiana, Missouri nnd to do with you; we will not tiandlo tearing of certain convicts lo tho Kddyvuie clare e.. orders whatever hnvo leen issued combined with that of the your papcf' Say tho next week that prison, the revisory commission's bill on eleemo- knowing that n democratic house sidy that even a republican organ calls vessel, will probably lie Kiking to the dispitcb of a navitt llect that of n third thould ask tho other for n synary Institutions; to amend the school laws would never pass such a measure, for action by congress In the premises consulered by you us no trilling gift I same tank lo Itehrmg sen tills tie ' til it no loan of SlOtOOO or so, do you think It so as to iiermlt certain repairs, additions to they attempted at once to evade thotr The people par 51.500,000 to tho Pacific buildings, etc. tho givers own responsibility and to blnu suc- Mail Company for a specific service. of that kind will be Inken until wish to nssure jou that insignificant would bo accommodated? Tho Amerabsolutely rriASKronT, March 17. Senate Hills Introceeding congresses, tweauso as long ns This service has never been rendered. i'ie policy of tins tfnveriimcut in thir net, this ns an ican pcoplo nro talking n great deal duced To reical chapter .7, session acta wbih pnles into nothingness in nbout reciprocity just now. They To amend chapter S9, general statutes, tltlo the senate Is republican the democratic nnd yet a party claiming to represent nnlter has lieen clearly delincd.or until comparison with tho service rendered should tho department Is Informed thnt the remember that reciprocity "Crimes and Punishments." A bill was report- majority In the house cannot undo this (be intelligence ant honor of tho na years utfo by Kussla to the union works two ways" ed from the revisory commission, entitled an action by which taxes ore to be levied tion hns sustained the fraudulent pay incline vessels to Ik- - used in patrolling thirty act rrkitlng to bastardy II. U 1M, relating to by the president in sending n powerful licet to our ment Kvcry dollar paid to this comIhe sen nro Inadequate for tl.o service tho pay of tho speaker of the house and senate, as n standing menace against It would have been different in no pany is fraudulently drawn from the static shores not withstanding this was taken up, and pissed, the rules being susTHE KAISER. of other powers to sully the essential had the Uced congress passed coffers of a bankrupt treasury. pended for that purpose A motion was entered mint, il is know u thai the department all efforts ling and tear from her benutl-fli- t Iluslness men on the Pacific coast this clause: s preparing vessels for erlco In the American If tlir Trillh Wrrr Known Atinut lllm, to reconsider the vote by which S. U IS, maksome of tier most brilliant bnnncr III Itriitlier, I'rlnrr. Ilrnrj-Woulil 11a ing two cents per mile tho legal rate for passenThat on and after January 1, 1865, the presi- may welt nsk themselves what reason north I'aeille ocean In thu event thnt gers on railroads. The election bill lookup the dent may levy by proclamation a tax of sua per Krcrnt. there can be for the payment of taxes they shall le needed These are tin: stars."Crawford concluded by officially remainder of the sitting, and seicr.il sections he any and all valorem I)r used. And Km i.I y, Mnrch 25. (Sen. Cnprlvi has wcro adopted. The srnate then adjourned In cent ad He shall on tbo'powcr articles Adams nnd Iho Hanger, now being and It shall into n fund thus corruptly have pleases. cargo to Count returned from his visit to Ilubertus-loc- k honor of Ireland and St Patrick. monopoGtteil out nl Mure Island. Cut , presenting the Indiana's be his duty to do so when In his opinion It Is ex- when the next convention of llobrinsky ns tho head of tho special In answer to the summons of tho lists gathers for the nomination of a ; g House llr. James, of Muhlenburg, offered pedient. lioth of which will go into commission expressing the wishei emperor. The chnnccllor is reticent several iietltlons, one containing over seven This is the taxation by proclamation presidential candidate citizens of nil in n short time. Another tcsscI thai committee, nnd ' to tho distress In as to the facts of the interview, except hundred names, asking tho passage of house clause of the McKlnleyliill, except fhnt sections will serve their own Interests w ill undnubtcdlr go to llohrlng son this for ti speedy relief bill SV Ho also presented a resolution on tho demanding thnt, at the command of his sovereign, spring Is the Moblcnn, now nt Seattle Kosoia. llobrinsky, speaking In repeal of tho local option In his county. The here the absolutism is extended " to all and tlie nation's honor by Count n distinct pledge ofTeforms now sugIw.has consented to withdraw- - his res- oouunllbws being called for report, the commitinstead of to spectne4cWStilcms-OJliyr vessels thnt can Ih utilised In that tho czarewltch wa ignation and remain nt tho head of tho tee on education reported favorably bill to This Is the longest step taken to- gested by republican organs. Chicago ease It Is deemed ndvlsnble to strengthen rnsble each count) of the slate to select lu own wards nbsolutism in the history of the Times humane motives the licet are the llaltimorc. at Sou deeply touched by tho friendship thnt cabinet reading. school bonks, which bill had a first The kaiser Is said to hnvo explained House rrnneisco; the Charleston, nt San and sentiments of manner of country, but it would tavc been ruinPARAGRAPHIC POINTERS. this noblo net, nnd hnd that h ibruptnoisnt the cabinet meet- paying bill tannct prescribing thomines fao ous to tho republican party to have prompted employed In Diego, nnd the Doston nnd Yorklown. convey to tho donors him lories, Commissioner Itnum has been noi en route to s.m rranciseo, where chargedthanks to the token of interna- ing, wliu-- led to the offers of resigna- read. etc , and Imjioslng penalties, was ncx: hnd the McKtnlev bill declared invalid for with a democratic majority In tho sharply cr.tlclscd hy Secretary Noble few cordial tion frtm C.iprivt and Count Zedlitz, they will strive witliin tho FnANKroiiT. Msrih 18. Senate. Thescnats love, extended to the was on ng to his state of health, nnd house and with a cntnpaipn opening for favoring congressmen In pension weeks. These, or n portion of them, tional brotherly slightly amended tho Eddyvlllo penitentiary Ho concluded by not pronptoil by any deslro to humilwith every Indlcntlon ef popular Una- - casc itllt uaum's bido is too thick to bill, and thin went Into the comparison of enwllh tho Mir revenno voseI llenr. Kussian people. of Philadel- iate Gcr. (apnvi. tillty to the bill. There could bo no wlnd a ittie puncture like that -- Hal rolled bills. Tho senate asked for a detailed reKush. Corwiu and Albatross, would drinking to tho prosperity phia nnd tho United Stntcs. It Is the current talk toilay, nmong port from the superintendent of the Feeble greater or justcr reprosch against the tUnore Herald. constitute quite u formidable licet Messrs. Drexel nnd lilddtc, for the member, both of tho reichstng nnd minded Institute. Tho hous- bill providing for court's decision than tlie statement of "The republican party docs noththo visit Philadelphia committee, acknowledged the lar..!tac; that nothing short of tho tee to the of the charitable Institutions commit- tho fact that the decision nowhere ing by hnlves," was th6 proud asservarious asylums received Its second ROBBCD OF SOO.OOO. the proofs of friendship received from fear that tho Uniser's health would bo reading along with a number of others. The creates surprise and thnt none ure less tion of one among the banquet orators Kussia. daugerouj.y affected would have In- stock law came up with an amendment and af surprised than those who most deplore Of course uot. It insisted upon stealing ClilrsEu Itoaril of Tr:nle I'lrm Hone Ii) ter much discussion as to lawful fences, dam nctlon. 'Iho municipal authorities gave a withdraw his i:iiiliirr.-Th- rr l"lrt Haile n I'lirunui-rns- l dinner Inst evening to tho crew of the duced laprivl to the condition resigna- age, etc., the whole matter was recommitted. itsThe republican theory of absolut- the vice president as welt n the presiof tho The consideration of tho big election bill was tion, nnd that dent In 1670. Detroit Free Press Spec Willi Tlirlr Onn .Slinir), rlien Indiana. The Indlnnnwill sail Sunday knlser is much more serious than had resumed. ism in government mustrnn Its course When a political party is In a Lost All, hihI Ihr lino's, loo. on her return voyage. to its logical conclusion. Nothing will hopeless minority it is prone to nomibeen supposed House Hon. It It Wilson, of Newport Chic (oo, March 2A Lnmson llros If tho truth wero threw a bomb among the siorty farmers In thn be lost if tho defenders of constitutionIt is rtrmred that nate some rich man who will affon? River and Harbor Hill. al liberty surrender nothing of princit Co.. n lending board of trtide firm. known, the falser would lie obliged to legislative house In the shape of a bill Intromanagers Wasiiimiio.v, Mnrch 51. Tho house retire aud to give way to Prince Henn- duced to prevent Sunday baseball and football ple in accepting nnd anpiiesolnjj In good pluckingIsfor tho party the repubare reported losers to the extent of Sin,-!)islated for playing In this CuimiioiiMrollli. Hiiis IntroStevo Klkins to Vxl.tWO by the )iectiliilloiis of em committee on river und hiirltoi- -i have as regent and that tho kaiser's only duced: Anact rtgulatlng the rato ot discount facts as they present themselves while lican nomination for governor of West ployes Tho firm's cashier mid book- practically completed the river nnd har- chance f r recovery Is In absolute free- by banks In the common" enllh. nnd providing u republicanism is working out its own Virginia. Chicago Times keeper, neeonling to current gossip, bor appropriation bill, and it will le dom from political nn.xtoties. With pi nalty for tho violation thereof, tiling the destruction. SU Louis Republic The Indiana republican convenper cent, providing were In collusion, nnd bought from SM) given out for publication Monday. It Is Chancellor I. iprivl in office such free- maximum discount at t)violations and any officer by of from lift) to I.VX) for tion declared that the country had HARRISON'S METHODS. 1)00 to .'too. 030 bushels of wheat ou tlieli thnt tho bill carries nn understood dom is possible ofuUink. act tiling the pay of certain officers prospered under President Harrison's of nbout 530,000,000, but the awn.nccount, but putting It down tr Tha TVIIy Executive Will I" Ihe Tower It Is stated that tho Lmpress Fred- and rmploj cs of the general assembly administration. Perhaps it meant the bo stated. Tho erick, wh ise anxiety nbout tho knlscr's of the Court. the tlrm ns accounts of various ens exact nmouiit enn not FlUNKroiiT, March 1. Senate. The re big crops. It could not have referred channel MAmllllnn , vorv President Harrison Is an acute poli- to tho excessive number of business nddressed n nor. visory commission sent up a hill on "costs, tomers Tho accused cashier Is Hurt groat lakes twenty-one-foo- t rev isory Koberl scheme, gets $."00,000 for tho coming sonal Smith, and tho to lien, (.aprlvl not to go The BWnrdi commission's bill on arbitration tician. Louisville Courier-Journa- l. m on common carriers was mado Bni, When he wns a candidate for the failures Whitlnker. Tho alTnir was apparently year. against th wishes of her son under ex n special order for Friday next. Tho committee Mr. Steve Klkins Is not working Irs 1GCU Tin i.ml lliw fl nil ft. not regarded on 'Change ns slinking on charitable Institutions reported on tho Itosso nnteUaiKiri isting circumstances, Tee ltrtd Deenln' Ar.algned. war scare with any great .. Ictt affair, with iho expression of opinion that ner. Mr. Miller, to Chicago to collect ''!' sealskin tho strong financial standing of the Ho PrilTit. West Australia, March 21. Head should be retained. Hill on election was funds wherewith to carry Indiana, and degree ot enthusiasm ai present. A report wns current thnt Lmnsons. Hitel Boycotted. he Frederick Dcening, alias Williams, the adopted as far as section 51, article 3. ho received five thousand dollar re- has it loaded, however, and when see the culprits had lied, but this wns de- man who is under arrest hero for the I.MUWd'oils Ind., March SC Tho House,-Hi- lls passed: To authorize the pur- sponses from such patriots as Samuel gets close enough to November to nied. Tho two young men, nccording to chase of turnpike mock by Montgomery counmurder of his wife, mil who is un- Indiana lhotherhood of Street Car the whites of the patriotic voters' eyes by mnking n nno authority, resolu- ty, repealing an act regarding ro.ula and Alterton ami George M. Pullman. Ho M 'ndav night passed doubtedly the murdercrof his first wife off. St Louis Republic. on tho big rise in wlient tc nnd four children, tho discovery of tions Isijeotting tho (Irnnd hotel, of tusswjys, revisory commission bill in stato Is cow powerful as chief executive nnd he will let it profit Summed up In a sentenco Mr. board of health was read a third time and pass-el- : is no longer under the necessity of PI. IS in August Inst winning SOJ.000 ou whoso Wiles In Liverpool, Kng., tins this city The cause alleged is that repealing local option In Clay county tho begging money but he McMlllln's speccli was an elaborate ex?M1 of their own money, which they htul created such widespread horror, wns during the late conflict between tho resolution directing - the librarian to havcS.uo remains the acute politician, for he Is a posure of the unnecessarily high nttenf luckily placed. This sum they divided, arraigned in court here. Ho wns I rotherhooil nn tho company the hotel copies of the new- constitution printed was nnd Is still duties levied by tho McKluley bill, and reserving half for future operations on management discharged certain em- imssed: a resolution providing for the pay of caudidato for reelection Miller, who Mr. Dlngley's ns clalornte a defense of until Tuesday next. using his law partner Mr governor's pago was passed, tho board, nnd spending the other half ployes who stood nt tho windows and thereimburse the chairman of tho the resolution is now, committee on to through his favor, attornoy gen- it as could bo made under the circum-ui riotous living. The SK) 000 capital encourag. 1 the strikers lu their riotous A. ami Jl. colli go for exptuso In securing car Ualform Text Boole for Texas. stances Philadelphia I'ress (Rep). eral of tho United States was wholly wiped out In tho long deInMarch SL The stnto proceedings for tho recent visit of tho assembly to that Aram. Tex, It is cheap politics to harvest, apThe Indiana republican convenstine which scl In, mid the two daring honnto has passed n uniform text book stitution passed, and the house adjourned. plause for commencing suits against tion, which atsembled for the U.nevo-scalpers, hoping for n turn, resorted to bill. This bill makes exceptions of citKilled, Two Fatally Injure!. Four Ja.mks and Charles Horan have been alleged combines In lc3 Milter got lent purpose of choosing Harrison delethe frauds, until they dally wero ies witli organised school systems. The St. Lous, March 55. An explosion no money out of ono Phil Armour, who . Butcs and passing resolutions eulogistic obliged id plunge ilcopcr. Tho deal bill will encounter opposition in tlia occurred in tie works of tho Laclede acquitted of murder nt Harboursvltlc. is said to be connected with a dressed- - 0f the administration, was not exactly which 11 n ally swamped thoni, it is said, house. FirclirlcK Co., nt Cheltenham. The fol ' malcon-capitwns ti purchase of :K)0,000 bushels ut Hiooins, of Klkton, beef combine Hut, nevertheless some a love feast. An attempt by a Town Maiishai. lowing wcro killed: Joe ltcckley, an may bo made out of htm by j tent to express hh opinion of tho Archbishop of Westminster. )'ic. the market touched bS3-S- c who bricklayer apprentice; wns fatally shot by Capt, Stokes, Lngllshinan, Miller in 1805. Prosecute him on the ' president was Interrupted by imlnglcd London. March SI. Tho papat brief Jno. Dulluchy, machinist; Lnrry Huzzy, was resisting nrrest. theory that he Is violating the Miermnu cheers and hisses and cries of: "Throw appointing Dr. Vtiughnn, nt present the lalsirer; It. DIcdoke, Inborcrj Morgan IihIkii Wo. wis Tnkr. the Ontli, Laviia Km.ii hnd her car bitten off lstilANAl'Ol.18, Ind., March 'ii. -- Hon. bishop of S.ilford, archbishop of West- In man, laborer. John Zcgut, fireman, by Addio Kvans, In Louisville. Tho law against trusts. Such prosecution j blra out!" and shouts of approvnl. The wilt be a good enough Morgan, until convention dsbanded In confusion, and minster, to succeed tho Into Cardinal fatally Injured. William A. Wood received lua commisKills woman died from thu effects. tno writs may go one considerable delegation went home sion Monday ns Judgo of iho federal Manning, Is expected within n few colored, was after election, when Miller, ANimr.w Shki.to.v, ' Mr board. tho boasting of Its ability nnd purpose to Baptised With Fire. ircuil court of Indiana, Illinois mid dnys. drowned In tho Kentucky river at by the of Harrison, was formerly col- defent tho republican ticket In tho Wisconsin, mjd tho oath of ollico was Mxnnino, In,, Mnrch 25. The explo- Frankfort, Third-Stor- y Window. Escaped Fram a lecting money for campaign puroses stnte this full. Yet the Ind'an- - malconidmlutsterod by Clerk llutler. Tho Thk teri.is of the members of thu lli'NTlMiniN, W Vn., March'.!!. John sion of n gasoline stove used to heat general he is now collect- tents nre unreasonable. They uttnek of his new duties wns water in the baptismal font In n church stnto board of equalization, now- - at As uttorney esHrumtleld, confined in jail hero, ing campaign capital of a different Hnrrison, and doubtless show good with the taking of tho caped by climbing out of a third-storhere yesterday wrecked tho font and Frankfort, expire with their present kind. Hence this tntk of prosecution cause for their hostility, but they aro jalh, nnd tio ollico of distnct judgo window und scaling tho wutls to the set tiro to tho clothing of the minister, sitting, nnd none of them is an appliwholly unable to suggest a candidate under a law as open as a sieve. vacant Immediately. Itev. Holes burning him fatally. cant for reappointment, ground. Resides attacking Armour and his to take his place, 'Hie republican party Dii. OkoiiokW. Oiiiffitiir, ii leading associates the taw department as Mrs. O.lxiriic In il Crltlenl I'linilllloll. d Is confronted with llobson's choice Bismarck 111. Oaris Reported Caught. London;, Mnrch 55. The friends of by Miller Is said to be after a this j ear. Chicago Times llmu.l.v, Mnrch 55 Prince lllsmarck physician of Louisville, was attacked City or Mkxico, March 51. Tho reollico by a lunntlu named J, St. trust alleged to be making and vending Mrs. 1'lorenco I.thel Osborne, whose port is current hero that n telegram Is sulTerlng from a sudden attack of ill- in ills HUlim b a Warwick. ieutenco to u term of nine mouths' Im- has been received nt tho wnr depart- ness It wns his Intention to ptoceml John, who hod been hound. ng him, biscuits In restraint of trade. Hero Is The fact that Mr. lllaino has prisonment for perjury In connection ment giving notice of tho capture of Ui liatzcnliurg to nttend a meeting of St John tried to choke tho physician to more capital Any investigation of the resigned all pretensions to death. Dr. (irilTiths wns liberated by New York lliscuit Company will show with the great penrl enso is of too the district assembly there, but his Cntariua Uar.n In tho stnto of reby no date to reqiilro further mention thai it hasa cousinship with the Dia- the presidency has the field means hns compelled tho abandonment o( two detectives who had been employed All attempts to lenrn tho of politics. to guard against St John. St John mond Mutch Company. Concerning moved htm from hae good grounds or their fears that truth or falsity of tho report have mat intention. was arrested and locked up. she will not live to sorvo out her sen- proved futile. the Diamond Match Company tho '1 here are n large number of ambitious Canadian Representation at Washington. Ivk.sti'CKV tins towns named 0. K, supreme court of Michigan once had leaders In the republican party who tence. Her condition has been such Ottawa, Ont, March 5.'. D.ilton Mc- and Llttlo Hocky, respectively. An Appalling Tragedy in Auckland. that before her trial nnd nfter her something to say uncomplimentary of would give ii good deal to know just Carthy, ono of tho leading supporters U thinking about she was confined lu thu S.vv I'liANCtsi-i)- , March 51. While Tip Dtv, charged with murder, one Russell A Alger, who aspires to what the secretary Is to resign his poDuncan Monroe, of Tnuranga, of tho government, gives notice of n Inllrmnry attached to the Hollow ny from llie Lyons county Jail, represent republicanism nt Minneapo- The rumor that lie sition In tlie department of stato mid Aukland, killed his wife and four chil- resolution in thu house of commons model jail. Sho is in a dellcito condiTin: Scott county grand jury hns In- lis ns nn opponen of llenjnuilii ilnrrl-miicoaching tour has been tion, nnd tho disgrace she has brought dren by battering tr.elr heads with a proposing that a Canadian representadicted Kdttor Mooro'H assailants Touch the New York ltlscult to take another usual speculawith Tho murder- tive I o attached to the Itritlsh legation upon herself nnd her family has proven llatiion mid u rolling-pin-, John Uham.kn fell while nt work b Company and you touch the Diamond revived and HUine It the 'coaching tour on a ut Washington. greater than sho enn bear. er wis until recently In an asylum. Louisville and fractured his skull. match. Touch the Diamond match, tions Mr nn.xicty, if possible, than an llovn, of Christian coun- and, presto! you hnvo Alger revculed. is more of nt home, and with the exS.inih Alllie.i Wll.tljr ltuauc. Manager Towniend Ousted. Postal Clerk Robi the Mall, The uttorney general Is a mighty Mr. lliuhieof tho lust convention in ty, wns cleared of the charge of Stockton, Cal., March 55. Mrs. Ni:w Yoiik, March 55. At a meeting Nauiivii.m:, Tenn., March 51. Post shre'vd campaigner for Hen jam In Har- perience competitors for p.cit lentlnl Althca Terry, since her incarcera- Ollico Inspector Llttlo arrested H. of the board of directors of thn Press mind the Fkkm.no an attack of lienrt dive a to rison, his patron and law partner. Ho tion In tho asylum, has become violent nt Lobnnon, Tenn., for mnil News association held here, Mr. 11. P. coming on, Dr. II. C. Miller, coroner o.' Is pluvlnt' rtstutiivf ir a certain nmouiit honors aro disposed to keep an eyo taking In Scotnnd leads her nltoudiints u lifo of robbery. Pickering, wns u railway Hall was elected general manager, popular applause. Hut upon him. Mr lllatn one end misery. Ono of tier favorite methods postal clerk, nnd was caught by decoy mnnnging director und secretary of tho Louisville, prescribed for himself and t of unthinking the groundlings tish scenery, with his hand on henchtold tho druggist what wns the matter, svlillo this mav tnalio to pass tlnio is to loan iignitist tho wall letters Ho admitted his guilt and was loanl of directors vice Jmues H. Town-seninako tho judicious of the cable aud his faithful Tho spirbut got no relief mid died in great laugh It cannot but Is not an object calnnd receive spirit mes-agbound over to court grieve. For It Involves necessarily the men at the other, tho suspicious of n agony. its order tier to do till sorts of strange culated to hootho machinery of Justice E'.opjs with Iter Cousin. Tom Uiiavkii, colored, of Newcastle prostitution of the Jennte Was Jealous. things and their orders tiro implicitly candidate, even if the socrctury Is proKefuslng to conform to tno county, committed suicide by hanging. for personal und partisan advuntage. San FiiAMieco, March 55. Tho I'lrrsiiKU), III, Mnrch 51 .Tenuis obeyed, the ruce. In other Doe, anybody suppose that these fessedly out of wns inudu Monday thnt Ills mother promised him a whipping as a Warwick ii African belle, asylum rules nnd discipline, It wns re- Hooker, a prosecutions tire, meant In downright words. Mr. lllaino If possible, cently necessary to uso sonio force with committed suicide by shooting herself A tutu ilnldwiu, the only daughter of for lying, but lie managed to escape. of purp- a shade more formidable. earnestness uml siiiiflcnes wii.i. l'nvoii riiot and killed Will Lea her, and sho became so refractory that with a rcolvor. Jealousy was the ' Lucky" Iliihtwln. tho Ctihfonila mill-toItlulne as au mov.td. ose',1 l Is biut.uu fulir.cn, a campaign than M. a io. liud eloped with her cousin, at Lexington, Jlntt) cojored. put In a. MraltfUl cause. This was Uer third qt tempt at Clslmcd I Globo. the 1ms Muni) 'ilcno liuwies, ho-ihundi,' pot u.totfeth (Ki,;u lii.ldtvin, KOldental. Ucket riinSr-io s I He-folusi-aine ,l il ti i s.-l-- o 1 d , ','w?""-Vr'D - Ilrlbr-nlvln- third-clas- - ' tcr-nnn- i. ills-Htsnt-i- subs!-dife"- '' scml-olllcl- , s n.t a liook-koep- ...t 1 v contr-btition-.- , 1 hi To-da- ' -- y be-"u- man-age- re-re- Tain-nulipa- i. Ka-ra- il es croum-colorc- d n cumll-dato,- kP SWUStfcl, 5s. ., s - t3r tiimKiUMiHmrir,i'tf? ' f MilMi Jr. rtEBI l. .. w ' i M OT3.iWSHHHHHH MMjry. HRI i w.mmunmt:-,-;iiX3si .t ro"""""""PMwasgMMMMMWOMafii lt.. HJngi "VMHMni4HnBV &H5f "' "M M'9r'llo-oHoNio-r-r,- mi PVr ' J!!!!-"- "- ttiM BlWIWW .gBBfHCMM Hjjj TL.3 HICKMAN COURIER. , t . m - . r i tr 4j The AlllnHco i i in I'ulilhH. .tiny -- " li thu Dn.v. (tisij i. Vlji..... .tw... - v. 111 lift; C ".-- HctnuVr NViulsV fLr J Irat .ugct. trt It cmi hardly he denied now inoitM.vy, ICY., tlmt the Farmer.' Allunce " ,0 ;.. . i i i t .i - m'i.i-- .i r1 Hit) AY, maiicii -- ." IS!):.'.!1" ""''i" "CHUioiijrmi" me mm I'.ittj. SUiinJlimo pointci! tlmt to.vcjti:w-uuj since tliu(Oel-- i Cmneiiluni, of of Iht r I - IKofiUhtnlueky Firit CoafrtiMiOHtil tint linnilreilflaml Imndti'ds It membern have lioiicstlv denied Htrttt J igornilslv opposed It. Hll t ernl.il-- l In rfprfM yon In Ibp.iillll I rti Si. ..onl. conventm,,, hi..I Hi- C :Wi.:";!.."r"ViS;i!tho . joinl nr.l imi kin.inpx, i pnsiiinu oi iimny all tue mhioiiiu ..r.iil. lf'''-l- . 'or.i,!,.-iIcnduiVhinii', )oao no I" pr.vr mil li mill rrlnr.c nf liH r. room iii doubts. nlk.tlie Nationj .,iPilirmniiiii.lrfir tli.ll rfni.ii.. ....r j 'u.M,tiMit, H.U II it IS II f.llt. llllll f . . ( r id- - inrcfil ii iu S. on , " Icricll'WlMMT DOIIIH' t will .I.M i.lnr thorough r,i.iaa o' v, llllll, lit I1I8I, l.ii.iljr nr t..Ultirf oiir OWII Tuill Ulird -- l'on . j V IT 1 . - ' j ) Aji.t, -- , - lr.li-rr.l- I I i ! - fl . lli- Ft . fc - tf, rFori'or are the Illinois Central and tin iiieiv.n tn, ami hml 1wn I.t in the CO n'GILL'S EYi5 SALVE. . Couitintt haiiiietrnno ord of tion showed a In rue popular Chlciico mill Alton. The hitter n- ",,,w ' "'" m""'1''1'1" fr fmir or HON 'V. W nr" iihnrl la lingerfor thryare n well entiW ItOUKItTriON, of XlmflfM. Urvr for Cleveland and tariff re- tiiiukluji the P. I. fc A. road, so it nv tinA1I1I lUtlmt the tliMilo ill-i mVs aTl'or Nrtimtrii anil Uliriiiiutl'ro, CuTm U r thnMa roMtiljr, ha cnmllibi' fr 'onrei,iii tled to the iiRs'ertloii of tlit ir conCOWGILIi'3 WEASEL OIL. l Is form, though dcteated In the Kiiitl, mid the Illinois Cruinil ftlltil, whe.i Drr, Kully niul n.Mtul front llii, lie r'lrnl ('iiiiiviiliiniil as are atiy other citizeiia 'tit- m ivtnriip.1 to Unlit Cuiina auil n- ly.ti. Hi ote, tho Dutnocratn of the l...nlll... .. ..n..olr....l.l. Klcc'ioii in Natrin'cr, " " '"l ' ,1111,. .li,i.wv-m.irK.llvnmiOrrxieiit Ks9 for I'll'cihILIhC Ik in the niti in of ihc and voters, bat In Unit member wholo country, with one. volco (which is Itself) with thu i,,hi. i,. tin- nm.Ni imtU n littl.1 fork n COWOILL'3 PILE OIKTMSKT. of tlir iM.'rict, llriuocmtic rty ship who wcrettqunlb honest in Wore for (SroVer Olevel.llltl. vhell w'rk MaUuUIl. Hie i.inmr niHM.r 1. nl.linitl.il. tl...ii .1 .. r il ()irh.iil tooiR, ViiK'fiM!iiir Jt'iiut:. hml .J their tlesiro fokjn ho held nonlids l,,,,,,,,,,,.,,!,, u..ii.....i for kml Is about completed jth e . B Klltfo.taw Wie ntK,lly v.., imthhiK y For Fetter mnl ltIneorm, rkiuK partisan, w otxUt ifU Ts" not Cleveland continued with wonder. Illinois Central This rumm-f- tl Ltiotlov,A UlWUtWi. I In fnnonnrc KOII'Kt . rv imm.w i.tw t tho iCOYIU-- J- a tiViMrn-f ' ((me, and hipfi 4MK.I, . ..i.... 11... .. .. ... 1. ..1. .w. "" .i ' II. 0I10SSI..D. of (Iritffi cauiiiy, time, fur tlu'in tn ..i itiiiiiiiiiiiij tun.1. u was inniie 10 set uy uiiot ner Hull . . i..k. r "," v in Wi.nti 7 liiiiiliiiKdon.i III IJ;', n'K 3r Kr fur n rcull Cvtirl JnJr in omcou, r,on,.i...lernUNdcrshlp1M,11(.lir ' II IIM Mllllllll II klllTH ' ji BB 'P Wr- '"... .11 ' tlmt ,ie collh, I10t t,irry ,l0 .....1..., ..!.... .... n. ' r, .:n'- - Phasant Wcnn Sympl 111. t, inn r irri .I'llciNi mlJ.aili,t ia .1.r. ilnitn II... L.ilfi. ilili. II. llflllVilllf O or unit tin i. T. & iM tfifT , .. i:tti i"i ,ou this point, ami cense to p.iy . . . mtaiiirw ThestiT rtiniihtK owr it S.l rSFi CTIOS OUAKASThKIt OK 1.11 tlllia tl filar, fi ...ii...r...lii tli.i ..' .. ...o ii i unii iii.iii. li ..i.it v.. h I....I. ' IT ill r.' iiiikin u .... unshed VOA.tr KKtl'MU.v. ., oiullu ' irn ... .1 r.V 1. .. .. ..:i . I. ...- Wi.M. I) inuuui in itieui i..n..i"ii iiiu inn,rc nutlioriiril lo annoiin in npinocrat u; f.iet oim it N..w ' UIIVVI .. V. l'Vll ife .. uniint" he ditvivt r"l a i(t)hlj. anil-r - Por ... . . " .. llllll ,.u iIIF H. I n I... IIIIIVAH-..- . .,1 ..... .1 I....I .1.. Zm tiv tl.. lrlirirl..ff . .....1 ""VT. " '.:. .' "' i.'.'.VV.::. ::. a .." llie vmuinj; elrrllnn einueiy or n , Miitei organization. York wera in i...i...ll,ii.li.. aud.ablo tn bu the .Midland it its own 1''iiIi.iii oiiiinly, t .. i. .. . me onieroi iresiuciii. Larmier IIMIHIBIUIIl! SeiHIIIUMIl pollllO.I to! tl.Mires. TL-s-ti &, A . . Wr ,r. ...tl.orll.l In mmniin" W A ,. n . i meetings nlunf aoilI0 Western itmt tLirtv vifim iiiii. i Ui;cK .. x eilidoic r..r bit". if uf.to hold the lt nf .tiiin. IViil CMIllll.ll' I, HIhI tlioilKli for the Oemo-- i It is very probable tml if the iTuNlM-tlii. :i LIU iJ O UANL i l.m ATJ1U i Hi emblc onil,0 nomlnmlon. This is true; .Midland IIlOKM. : : .. KK.Nrutih ,!0,,I,C'del should fH tint the .... .1. CO cit izens the In ycl to n ,Hr,.0 ,,esreP( Hm, H We-- ' extension from Cairo to.Me.uphis Jill nil. t'uuiiii. iiirn mu .1 ifiii, ...- .o f.r.y. mi. ..I. ....K' 03 pet It.- - itlll lttvi it ill Itli jh,iuoii. ' ,terest of the Third Party, is a em man may be tho nominee. might bo built, but it Imrillj U tlmt etor (tmii.1 In N'evaib. IJOil I J KonKii Q. MlLl.s was, Tuesday, i"wliippiiig of the devil around the But he who rends the Democrat- - certain even then. Tleir nes T II 'I' elected to the United Stales Sen-- otaiiip," that cnncealB nntliinp, papers, notes tho priumries in.lectsus to obtaining nuj nlit of A great many people are com ate ir.ini lexHS ny umiulmoits vote Hl, 8 repii.naiit to the fileaa of mid "the Western States .. in the .. "II "rpHiislnj:iiidiealn nu rent plaining of the little progress mail III lllllll JlllUDVO. , would nlT.r., .. i by tho Legislature, however, If of building, TilK Minnesota delegation will uew ' iartv If llmv e!o" - rileiulliip men throughout ,0 forui h i til l lt.-- l However, there are maty, .those any one will examine the btitsuess li.t-- l go to Chicago solid for Cleveland "ef"rp men t or the country, and tho poll of ilif.; opinions are entitled to respect, Western mini. And tlm ura lififnrn tlin t iva tinitfti.R lm Any number of farmer) have fereut Legislative bodies, is bound wbo think thu I. C. in earieM this tinr 3 tire Mississippi Valley will be will readily see that vrrj ""Ip' 85 me same rigni 10 organize secret to see that (trover Cleveland is ,lll,e there wltli it. KxcliBiige. Hut, in the mrautime, he Cen lime is m listen, in tlio rut place A redistrictinrr bill that will Unions in their Interests, us t0 tho front. 'I'll 111. 1'olllKl tral's cngiueeriiii; parties ire Mill tho Ke eiine bill is thu longest make fourteen Democratic mid reus of any other trade or calling, The Democratic party is coming in the field, surveying, eiiatiiish- jpnhMbls that evor came before IT NT C tine Iti'piil'Hcaii district has been ,,r fraternal ory.inizatioiiB such us tO its SCIISC6. Hurra for Clover ing glades, driving Ktnkti.u the tue KeuuicKy i.egisl.iluro. It is a i v i: ii i r v 'i it i a agreed upon by committees of the ,,10 Mail011 Ul, ,ut if lho Mll. Cleveland! vicinity of Hickman, am laming neatly three times as long it" the ol ilir Oil; Missoun Legislature. out from Memphis. Mr. ()Umii.hV new Couilitulioii which the Con- liiiola J.iTirfil lo nj iri .sous, for instsiice, through their .Ikiwy StMfdON thinks the I'eo- - Gralll, Master and other chief rinv party will probably reaili Hick vention spool 7 mouths framing. 'lit, rt,,i. jinv n iuni.ii 1, v. n. i. w. jiiiivo, IIoiicnI 1'arlj.NjililH. party may carry eight States. man this evening or In the second place even meas-- i , dlioul.l issue political parti- The Weekly The Southern Slates to bo carried A large majority of Demncrnts are must go through the s.ime Ki onlers, using their positions bA r. are Oeiirin, Alabama, Arkansas,' iiivru ihi-hocomse in both Houses. It must nu congress lavor the free coin mid salmies to further n North Carolina uud leimesseo. "silver but a mino.ity TheKnermid Harbor ,, now jjjJ l Last week the Lower House party, these OrderB would not fl it, mid talk of uoinimitiug, completed, but nutlet roportetl Q ,,IOKtMI would rcimre at least o)pose of the Mnssachiisetts Legislature mit to it, and, if they did, the pe i n "r,m,,,,e loriomo nouse, contains u sppro-- , eleven . 1.13 s loreacli tl.e Uovcrnor. V Ja m- :misseti abillmakinit a criminal t 1 n..M n i. offense to manufacture, sell, or ,. " secret political , orgmi- - President if free silver is foryed print ion or I 000.000 tor the Mis-iit iutw I Itf it ih l.r-- t offer for sale any cigarette wi,, R"r"er Gsoi Ls:k3. nl01 ,he1 We C)U cnl,u,u,,e 8iS(,i,,,,i river from its iiKuth to St.l lt,'iil !! ih cirttlilion of ji.iper wrapper or cigarette paper, ization. that both sitlcfi are honest in their 1'aiil, .Minn. The bill ftrtlier nulifinocr.iic putHrr in H. LulleJ ftnl l.W. .r. .l. .li., .1. This turn of h flairs is to be la 111 any iorm convictioiiP, but any one can see' thorizes the Secretary of W.ir toi Jtpfu4in: a li,ltij ivuillnon of li1s,,,, Solicits iour hnsiiirss. Wp offer the most Libers! Arcommodatioiis Tim St. Louis Ronnhllc snvs of meiiteil. Nearly all the Alliance that two Democratic Presidential make contracts for el ,iK)0,lH)ll lue iui urii ,f the (.ner lv Hiaelv, to our CuMometf) CoiiMhleut with I'llsliliulntl '"vo "'"" if "u unnrii fJov. Iloies: "A man who is the tleuiuiids are Democratic demands, Hanking Ptitictplrs. .....i,ilket8 in the Held would elect ' irore of work on the river Irom tu..tilrr.l jo hit. Ur.,,.ie uMk . ... .u.- . mi i.ni... r 1.1. Kil-.u .ff.,t,. i, i, . ' ' St. I'aul. to be ex- - 'f " Kopulilicnn President. Thesc'H" "" ,, he second choice of ll oilier' 1" -, sums of , th,u. ,p. pendet. 1.0.MM.00 per "ar'i' The Repnl.li-- . DeIn0BrilU Bre 7J- 'u It Iieai.l from ia evl.lentl DII-iECTOl B " orR.i.lxHlloi. of . i.trprn--" l.- -. whether ho comes out at the head collvictio18 , ,() M -"' "" tll4l erm Lurv I'twplr, dchtmi-- h,Tt In HaJLin. !lUt hj ll 0. ItALTZKC. II. T. TYLKU, .1 W. 10Wi:i.L, It. II. HKKVAIC1) tbl, 4ti I Nni.inl f Mnrenn ntut ctpai.itrl. rimiHII ttt IIV UU Miff ..h.miuvv lunvi.nilll OUDIILUI,!!!!!!, I,.,, of iiiu foil or not. KilKI.Y HflhUe I. -- III. , honest to tho time b. law. T.im ntlded to the j ....1.,. t,,m. Mj V. AM1PIK, J. W. t()W ('.ILL. A. A. PA It J H, Vl.S lit.if, lrStlm,l. l.mi A cniilMUN'i; tn enrrptit tunnil if It Is ever 'deleated it will re people by pursuing a policy to de Iii ell Mm hill itrtf-l- l p'rximi Ktlil l 0. .V. IUfrMiib t triliv jlwilnif Ijr fin, ,t iln l Iliiriixiit, democrat, every feat (iiur0 mure, Kj prr tonic. yeri' Seu.ittir Hill ndmits that he can. everything elso the Demo-unit- propriates, makes 10,000,000 for not he elected, says he is not a Farmer' Alliat-cman, and vveiy the whole river, tube expended want. Ilitrlilr.i'i, .Irnlr.i c.iiitliilnte for tho uoinimitioii, but element nf opponitinn, to vote four .'.ears, at the rate of $14,400 in Gold Coin A huge majoiity of Itepiiblicnn The Ilior .Sn.vt in the orM Itir Cits mid a j em; 10,000,000 of this, together. .Inst as sure as members of Congress oppose free or llrniwn Mirf. Uicr. th ISliritm 7fi tl'HIO Ik To Mhfiihrr wlio win ei i'2 f00,000 per year, to bo fur V II (I iHiorr eeui,'f. ,... vn.mc.no .,,.,,:.. .1,,.. ... j, Cleveland or a Western mini. the eleven hundred miles of liver r"rn. iYi , ' "b minority favor f""l r---i K-!.. ,'0! wl" ,h" " - "'V,lSVHi,,.V,,,0a,,,aJir l!,Bt -Unt t.'.o minority of T.,KUKwasan,e,est.,,gsceuelV,,!1 .w --- they w,l. stick to , . " ntihclumpietofthe V ( ho ' , I'ul ' "" Wn.R- -, q ties, At until, when Cen. Long-- . HA.IWi-- K their pmty no matte what posi- - died miles of tlio river from the ? p - f giQ QQQ q -- nurr , "'""-- " '" '""," lion t taken lis to Rilvnr. Htinwtn.r inoiilli of ilm Ohiii riv ne to St "" A .uneiBrme veieimi. -- j ". i WINKS TvlM'r-.sTT " """ mnl den. Dan Sickles the cripple will that party concede ! How ',,,... ,f Ami II I'm., .( ,ioor.el.. Ay t Ktrr "ti.-iaui nu o silverthe.v ,... ,h, ,r,..,.t iirm. MLDICINKS, uiiiiin soldier, 4'Sr Ui. rtrrc- .crlb.r ,1 $l embraced each miiv ,llive iev vunci.111.1 ;., ...j ami nro honest us to securing other m n ihb..i i.i -- .i .rHe ,.rr niMHitl for a; -- .,.. ..! other niiiid the cheers of thteo mi.iihsiiimuiix.mi. ,n"t ' "ow ,t- -' e,"lo,8l' Itepublicm, wants. ,0N,J f '- l,,e' ' '"J1 l,,"1,,1,"'li 'n ' 4? "".'""", ." O It 8, l.ii.i.lied Tho re un- S?"u '" ,.'""m k On t he coitrmy, every In- l'"o Kew York Times has an edJ, .'..i;: ionwas.liama.lcaiid touching in, '" 'iCvIr1 FANCY (iOODS TllL. Third Party people endorse the exiieme. telllgent Allimice msn knows that uj .. Democratie nlatforin ,nl ib.ismui tinni. , Cnri-- r J.i.m.i K.ir, .t..iM.ir &VVaP&M ffi&iZiJ&( o, ... ,,IliN ''51 but i'011 of unusual .. Interest to t iuin-i, -un. I.UAUAM, 01 .MiirsliHl com. oih. en, e .oc.ra uasKs ,,e ,;";-- ,;;wr!,;ir,;nV ' 1'""" want two or three things lll0Ie ' CAL f a ( " , ..... ... ... IV. denies emiiliiitli-.ill.t r niiPHtimi! "linn llm Smilli .... 1.. .1.. 1.. 1 .1.. tint in eimh mid nverr one nf tlm A inni-.- . l n ).. IV IIMI III III! Illlllllll' BH : III . ... J .... will ne iii the race for Coii.ress .1pim'h,1 TL . I.lt.l. Piiiiiiiirl. . - iit uri'lll I - alnl. I SK. . -t ... .. It IIHI'M l.ltlttf ii wi'.i. iiifiiwii OIIS, ".Firt It nl.illsnKi irii.ii.lyllllll" Illlllllll.il lirilf'llilll- - .un Ti.-- ni, n,e ' must . c,..iiphi ih. ui. f U.i.ir.Don. t.-- e.n .tUiiij n .f thr w..r!i ...r. eoiiili-ieplk which sacrilice nilthethose things political " ,l0" l0,i i. kno-iti, i they mid Democincy ','a:" """ SPECIALTY. Ktr.ry 'l now Alliiiuee '""" " ';r' w"k fill.l jirowln II Di.kr. li tj ful-be a good j ear for People's pmt.v .n"" u.,.ln..r. I.. ....... n.n.. ,....1 ..t il.' lio'1H "'.it confront thoSoiltll at '"" fur i...kii.K h, m rfr.t, The I'lesidentlal elec- - pi,'e'l " organizing a Thud Paity, reCMiilj on'y ..e .lalUr A mnpt. onpr of Ihf p.p.r cnn.ilnln,-yrr. t. .!':, U ,"ll"1"rlz'" time forfeit all cliaiICO for1 , " lion will draw the hues between know lull well that by dividing tho SaillO ... Here, then, IS the choice tir.ii r!.lrer. ami ir lorifry ,0VV8: full Jn,l. of Ih". m,rTH;i oirt, will i IIIOSO tilings WHICH IU0 SpeiMUlO SUbinltted .. Irom fi.tiri.en lo .Ut.cn , b.tl.1 your until. 33to the South. It C.llll" the old patties very taut, mid both peolIe opposed to the Ucpublica.i n.nl fr.ol, ' It n onan.l orl. AJir.ii endorse. probably in.qs tho IJIaild bill in ""'n ra'umn. reh. yrj DemucMtB mnl ItepuhliemiK will n l,,fl ,Lere,,v M) t() . niiiioni Tl. a la r.,.llo.l linno.lv II -....iu4,wi.n-- . ...... ... w....u .. uiiike evtiaordlnary eilort to iioll' wr,i llmt U.(T !..... 1.1. .11.11.1, UU' . il ... Ill rrpri.Mi.i.i.ivr - .in. -- rr IV 1.1.1. .....I... i .. I. V "gcr ii.i.i.ii. e'etit '''o Hepublic.iu ticket, and tue noiiesty 01 n man who wouuii vent tlie iiom nut on of Air. '... eve-- ii.PEia.t. lur .....iiiiri.'...... t...i.r, .l ....! .....: .... COMPANY e.ciy vole possible. pull ii house down his m.oilur fr th tnil Tin: increase in v.ilu.itinns for l,,nl B,,en lI, "l,l'"blicau ticket household bocause upon or own land. It cannot enact the Hliuiil nu.l Ktn,. nut mh liu, i:f., i Kl.nl.l f Sik.V ifnJIII. irry tttt .i.rcinl i'u'ilf two three bill into law. It cannot elect nnv f It eaiinlry. Il Iil ISMI.I.C, KY .11 ti tiiXMiioii.iu this State, for the past '" 'feteil that nil chances for any t Dcpnrlnivnti ciliinl hy Hun W. I. Wjl.un, planks didn't suit him. .Mr. Clevecaudidntc other than M I.' wlib cunlrll'inlmii from other j cur wns about 67,000,000. Thejof the Alliance demandsare land. And for the barren exercise llemocr.lie Iclrrt. Il I., ht revenuo will be aboutfuj killed f HARDWARE, TINWARE, STOVES, &t, V.ocn Hi J.uit. of its power in either of these di- - j on J c.inpitriiiiii, Hi. Iii(t.rii nml clif.p- will be repaid by tho ..I i.it. ll. t..a.. ...n. ..I.li.l...l K.tt. ... ..v Irectlons it ' . . , J !" nhl.l. a.. nri..l ,l OM! l'IMCK, in.1 Hit ha ... WI... ,.t ..l,.c (l Ml,..I. ll. . .P... T. 1'. Gardner, President of the enactment of n force iuw that will I". .. MMI.I .r. .. .i...i .I... ....I .. i. .lOVfDIUT CXI , ' II a ear was L"J.i:tL.sn.-i.i..i. "nc iiob fi"ow mm "er nro more .. hm.,. Ii.au inlnnrlli r,.- "1 lv ..lit nr.L-CllCHOn .1 ' At Milium il it ml. rr lon.ii' thr rniiVel Jnll,. - "" " ' '""" iitirlltuleil tn thu big boom in "emocralla voters In the United hurilll.l win u.hirmf ih. tiniK "V,, 111 ' ' "'l"'-1"to tlio order in tlil.,3 e K.iHte. Pl"-- e of lveutuck.v p.oper.y. The, States than there are l.epublicai, ll jjvIi gu.iinlrtil lo t .: , rrprr,ntJ ' K'Wi " .' "' e ,,l,,"Mon r .1. State hits done wel to hold itslVoier "i"" n...l 'If Hip... w,ir will Suite, through the oHIcial orgnni Snutherii State, that will check dre,, for frr. ...mpie cup. Tiull-i-iiiiii r ,, I1(lll8try s',. .vIa. Si. work '" vote together that the!at Owei.Bboro, a letter In which Bnterpr,He ix los . ., .... u he urges the members of the or- - - - . ,,,,1 l.mii n.,rn - .n.l im . . i j in tue sjiiin territory tin 'ri'u",IL""n KU" "c "cl uui .ii:t Ithe Detnnnn.tln ....lnr.lv r',ll. ,!er to R l0 work' and. organize mihate its people. Tho choice the ....si twelve ...o.,.l,. r.vicx: r.. u fi i. u iljt t.... ui.i.n .inn ..i . r ii n i.l.l nil I.. I. it .li. nt. It u...!.. , .n.. ,, ur uiiimiiiiLm ." iii.iiiurtn '. A Sknatok Oaklislk has Intro.l viilfil up, waning with each other, ,,,al U "''" Coi,.!"0-,ue""v"''P" ILLINOIS V Hcpnbliean minority wliich is adopted by the Third Party jiuced n bill in the Senate provid-nhH' me inuis are seen us iiiev iiiusi ue i funds lor telmbursii.g thejstundiiig solid and compact, will veiition nt St.. Louis. it "tfftT'PD 1 T u V w u . . 0 i i nun.. ,, , V4i1 AiVM-J- U Slate of Ueutucky for arms, ord ' will Milliliter hub neieiuioie uiiior)eiii Louisville and Memphis, nance mid otdnunco sloies sup the Thiul Party moveuieut in lho This time it is Texas tlmt Is in RALROAD ! Alliance. In his letter he says: trouble with the vivmious little Inte AIL lKM'sons to WITH S'SdoftiiV ."Wnlo.. of "I would suggest tlmt all those1 I'uglish sparrow, the I.e. River JNHSF. &SITANV, SeiiwinretimHte the nuiount thai ' ',em"cratH H1"' Third l'rty desiring refill in on the piiuclplct. fanners complaining that the birds The Popular and Prcforrcd Ron to. Pullmau Buffet Sleeping Cars will receive, if the bill' !'' '""l AMI TO in six Western States has adopted at St. Lotus meet In tue ent the o.its taster tli.iu the said by In lime noili.ily.onr iiiI'm ilmrt , r.'MlMVll is passed, f.H between ""."lOO.OOOnnd, struck terror to ,nii iIiIh, lint oil the ICeputiltcHii enpnfity of uilizeiiH at llielr hcIiooI , farmers can sow them. Ami ye t Qutck.r iiihii i'.y oinrr nrsiiKii cur er ItotlH.i, VIkUmImii-u;- , utl.l iliU00(.0. The Slate litis viiinh ll0H8,'rt -- rru " HH ''"ly a lnto as con-- there seems no necessity fur de 1801, WiiHlin.irinn line t. ' rviendeavored to settle the c n lenders at .. ve,.h.i.t .eKHr.llt.8r, of .iiember-lilepalr. Make sparrow pica fash . forlnl ,,, Mtt.M I'll IH. viu u ..riiBui iiiuiisuin. orguiii- lonuuie hi iiciii oi lexiiHinei, tiien HICKMAN, KY., ul ireiiiriment, mnl as other Slates have had similm anil Third Party to zaiions or of political parlies and iu,n the Texas small hoy louse, THE QUICS AND ESilRASLE ROUTE expenses refunded, there seems cmnbine in the Southern States. Loir otguiiize.l political clubs, tor and thu spanow must in no gieat NEW ORLEANS LA will he TO A Nil fllOM inking such notion whilo disaiinear as cnmiilet.ik- nu the niti hobo of Heio's a political dilemma! Vinil.u-80VnrU, Nf liilllmorr, W,,. SiltnJul Rfilipmtnt I not us maybe necessary to enforce tho buttalo has disiimieiired. entitled to tccoven . .Norfolk, l)W Point rotnfoit, Jujniirriii Conthii I ..... .i i.. ii.,, uiiinHiiii-ii- i hie mu iii'iiiMinin i.. ,,,, herouihii. ,. tin (I.i tn, lT.laiii To- in Ilnh inornJ, 1'uUman lluffet Mttpntl Breckinridge inn HBfttKHB.NTAiivie ,,. "i " ..i ii inu ,..i imiiieuii i v... iIHIII lUVOr I lejo. Chisago, Itiiliiiiiiiolli, .... "Vtf"-Truw$ AUeayt on Tiwir ....... r 3VT- - -j ... Tiik Cleveland men me ra1l,liigiaBiinguine democrat from old Ken in Iuw. ' ,u 8'""" O.no.Hnnil, l.oulmllle the time lias come for aejio and h ,' V '"-', Ihrougl.nut the countr.,, hncu.l teUy, and no one should forget wiihout action il is useless to ong. tll con- Kii.lrrii niul Aurllirii.lrru I'ululi, THRO UGH e.l li, thu . vineiiiL' are u me nt In favor nf It ent's otter .n AMI " Iel"K " ,,e,,,t,cml er pen (in aim iieiiitui uv imss- .position: "As a great in.,,,, peo- PULLMAN BUFFET SLEErERS Mfinphi., Vlekahiire, Ihe. will .mike a tight to the linisu Cilon ftongf, N.w lj0 The Cleveland seiillme.it is ' president with, r. '''ted pio ate uiitier mu inipresHiiiii Urlcum, .M.ilillr, l.tulo Hock, Hot The old pretense of acting us , ,H ,. violation of the nuu.,1 tint strong even whore that It out New York Im replied, "Wlij, ,. Hpilnx nnl point iln Weil IV tlmt if Mr. (iluyelaiiil encourages certainly, ami neuir, J'.i.iii, Arkanmi., Ml. PflKy enough." citizens unii not as Alliance men, to "dun" a person, for an it. iiothiiig can pieveut his i I.iirpl, Lonialmii, mnl ,j explaining I,ik nositioti & ho said, it will be observed, is kept up, due, on a postal card, we publish from nil poinu, ihettcr l thu 8II0HT TIIU ho. in AMI SOIITIIWI-Suaiioii.iiotwitliHtanitingNew York fuilher: ''With Clevcl.ind, we though tho letter is addressed ,l10 section fioni the II. It, to Ll.VK, Ullitui" midiiolwiihHinndii.g the lice B. cm entry .MasehusettH, .vitti IT. 'ew (lil.tiim, I.n , .ml ?'!,;!10'w,',uh 'J'lie line la thoroughly rqulpprJ mnl In ver (iirstliiii to which thu paitj electoral vi.ii. Connecticut, with To, the Members of the Knru.ers" Jiicknan .lllr, Fin. DKALEItS IX that you can, lrn-cU- i ciimllllon, nn'il rrorlilei nn Union." seen.h lo be overwhelmingly com I); Ithode Kl.,ci. waV! A with I; New un. Laborers' keep out ot hi e ho (j it i cellont nrrnnrmritt In time an,) ihronph DON'T MI8TAKKTHK ItOUTKTO Allin.ice is lo mltleil in (.ongiess. It 8 n ie llniiipshlre, uh A KHVTUItK in lb. llm. .nil rnn. New.Ioise.. its ineu.bertf me on crcdpolitics,! ,.an ,,... ho H,.t In tlio imiH uit, iiimk.i de Mute or afl'iiits. The null 10; linliaiia. J; lfi; in, on II.OKIDA Gin. grcurr.J hy llie Mm lift Kxpr." hIiiIhiiioiiI or :ic. mint .rnlrncu with pain of being brnn.led as dislo.nl.t.,rtlL.n or have Ihed his own mu wiih 1J; Inwu with l'i; Moiitmia ri.nn. wniy n iiirihh r, tlioicoti. but li.lwce" aiulTKXAK I'OIXT.S. .r.,,,,, u,ti, m,.!,,,,,,..,! iH ..I..., Minlfillle mnl Meinplil. unii llicltil unit htutu delegation ngiiiust him, and with .1, ami .. ...... ... ..W...-..otes from Mich-li- lho letter concludes: M.l. Is illHiiiellir.illv - (nullified to llm tcun. uMi.i, ,...t. im ,.tn frmn "Wiilo in your unions I would uied by u tlncat thu caul heroines flee that your Tiuk.u roml ncr lli ll qitloV.it neriloe briwrt-- the wo eillm . .. . ' iiiiii ii,a ., ... ....... a Tfr allereil OI II the solid south will ilvo him o to- mlmoiiMi you to iclain the idem uiimailablo uinler the proviNions noli Central llvllronl. .inn ii;iiiiiif ill For lovtt rnlri, lime lobee, snJ all parly on the fluaucial questinu, tul of LM" electoral votes, lit more tlty and true pilnciples of our or or tho statute." So it will he ni.oi .HiitcsiEsiiKsiL-sAhtv AOKNTS TOIt IT. leilreJ lnforlii"iin ftpplv to II I.. 11.111. I. , el so firm is tho faith of thu Den ..I ... ..1,111. ganization by adhering strictly to that you can send John Smith, or FIltT. IIKMnNKlt. An'l, "iii iiu uecesnni , i oerats In the ex Incident's Inleg him. Ht I.. H. K., Illckm-N. 0 piob-abltho constitution and Ky. For further Informiiilon, opply lo vye "shall We ro cli'tini U groilo. nt I' aln, ATncll.im Bint Klne t'lirnltnr. ntr'fatlr rerttifPl prlree. Wn Iteiihles, ofjnny other man his account nun lily ami love of country mid his Ag't Or W. V. MUKltKM., Agent, rRrry.tun a ntl nu ...r chair.i. Hockora, Tnblo?, EiiroaiiH, Wasliotmulo. enrr. Illinois, with til votes, our i inlor, but us citizens you have postal card, but you iiiuhi not II. O. WKUU, I'm-i.V. N. t M. V. Co., ttltei, Tnn. Wordrolius, Oh KNAIM', A rtiiiiuiliif nu the great tariff ques- nltlioiiyli mibur Sola, iflottrosoou. Cnrlimn, Eto . "t" i'Minll not need tliem. tho bro.nl. at latiiuilumid freedom Uneaten to "link" liim or stmt the Agent, Or J I. I'JIIir.AN. Agc.il, Aft't Ofti. I'luie.ir.r prlrci lo tn i low oil. Uivou. utrul m- i- h. ..inlid. tion. Unit the (iispnititioii to iu The people's pnrty will probably ot action in tuui.ig snuii political constable after liim. It ,mi jo Metnl'lii., T.im. N. N. k M. V. !., PwlnrKh Junrllon. iWlVewaiiemtqiiiriurtoii UmlorliiUoru' Qj "' illcounl utl europttlllon In title iiomim.ttt him, in bpite of all this, cany .Nehiaskii, Kan'siiB mid Min- action as In youi wisdom will pro thu postal card mid auuount gocn Or W. II. I'ltOUTV, tlon'l Pnii. A'k. line. Wo omrr n lirj linn nt VVikIii mnl Mjl.il.lv ll.ii.A. II. HANSON, Clenl I'a.n'r A T'kl As'l, is at thi. time all but irresistible. nesota. tent .nm rights ami libeitius," into tho post ofllim wasto babkut.j t'hlcj.u, 111, Lul .llie, Ky tHntiJli.ti-uu- J J0. utU u . Urin-iciM- IMnv V J SIOSB t relfiilly, 1'nit.v. f JAJIKi I'AMl'UKI.I. of MWkfn conn To that clasifor Alliance people tr, U C4iiiilj tor I'otitftfs in Ihp Firo (.'nmn..loMHl IMorlcl nf Kfn who nro lioncsfilli hcliovin in the luiky, iiihjrti lo ll.t-- action of the principles o&U?eJTIilril the Nu. ISJi. r,rl- llr-11 'Vi;.: :V,'hi0..,,.r,ir, has Alliance, iirnicr.illr I'i.-i.l- ei,t - Of the Kentucky piiiliract-the Third 'lho Dcinoerullii Stale Unpcii thu Committee met in Louisville mi the lKth Inst., mnl lived Mn. Will na Hio l0 fur holding tin Slate C'otm'iitioo, ind Lotiistilti tlio placo. llio counties aro in ntriicti'd to call incctlngti on .Mnj Itli to Fi'lcct ilclegato!' to tlic t Stato Conxenlion. Tlio ineollnjis at which dclfjj.itcs will lie choNen to n'.tentl county con ventioiiH areordcicd for .Mny Itli. The city committees nro lo lie con vniiml mi Jliy .. inu vote In the State C'oiivciitlnii will he one for every two handled 01 fraction miT one hundred otes cast for Gov. lirown. I pn-dne1 ..cllovcil to lo a ..,. !... i.t'v. nil iiiiiv 1 Clcvolaiiil 011 'S'oji Aulu. elec- rtti, After the Inst I'tesidential Tlio uurr(iiitoiliiioii In Iltukinnii . Heli.ht i 1'iitii rriuned N'ii'k ' mtu-... r.. ..1 i iiiiii rini- tii--i , pit inr tin '..no JJfjtj. Ivlh." nft.T wlnin Ktilj'K.. ..nulne . . tllt.ii ' ttiBii can hear, is that tho present ?". .- .i ?Z Jnil- .survey of the Illinois Cential of onthi'w.J nf Salt Ik.. the from Cairo I'liMIV (mil wrKfil 111 IllUH'S mmm k1"" MrtRHl iw iliHOiiprpliit OJitiui,iuitl lo .Memphis is nil hlutl', and t lint OueiUy tlu twill sli'Hiil kiMiwn iw ljirii( wlnt" U " that company has no teal inttn-lio- 11 tl (.II neiir the Cnrwrn ltiv.r, to nf litilldih. llu n.iltiinln fnl mi .im'l'll'trll ;ram Tlmt thu real ohiect is in f'ltiiid phiviiiK miir tho tWrf" hmh. HOIK IIIIIK ll. ,ho Tcnncsbce .Midlaiul, fi "iillU- - lV,'""".- .1.111 .l.im t. the (Tllelil"HirtUl Wnp.t- 8 l0 .Memphis; and theie, arc m Tirt, in a ( minuie .'ttlll; eoliT limn) appnrently k'mI reasons tt t . thr miIiio tf n few ivutii. (hr Uton ii.ttmaiii. iIivce(ii'lH.iirti. llieintiii JllStifv tlllS COIIL'lllMOII. .li nfi i rwtim .t trivil, m'litK to lite The they mi t It ii understood that the Ten ,.. a ( I'lMwui Vall.-y- . ( wira, wlnt 1inV.lH the tmin i t.uM nesseu Midland is for nle, mu ...l - I, ..f ll,.. Iliimluil.lt . intpliilnur .. II lilt- riurv in nn t will he sold on the 1st of April ki.i mlimv t Ciitifeniiii mils-liv-" "" s, "r,,lu' k'""' Tho competitors Tor ts pnrchnse, I!h wns mined 1 butcher's knife, .tnlin On- .'r.ws the )livins in 1fi9. Tlio romls no ",,re 'n,1 U)" "rolll,rM" vwirMi. niKi ..,j ,. .1 uiiit olilfKtM IclviliKUiililwiyii nil- "iini-hi Apiil ho rmuiuiUii ' t Suit Luke, lmjrin-- t Whafc to , I Buy? -- u.j m l "i rmn-i-i- unii . n i i - :..'.. S3 j. i H. TH as: PXJUE llir J. BAR R mi -- i i i in I"rrtrTtr"TT V, - l"VM,' 1 P7T:7?C , . . ;C 7s a.i aixt r3.HVrr.r: i i Stf' t ri : lis -- o ..ii, t l E I-2- j.. . ja. "TO :lv ."- C3r WIMl j V-V?- a ' -s,T? -- WHISKIES, WttTES, B3DEBS, Aa DM inrl rpiVin nml h,nr!, J. W ll,rf(r, Mi.iiirrb, Motlrrfr 1'ililc o( Wooilfnril, I'rttllcc, Ullm Joiii", Otirlriilirlmr Itje. I uicntii I'miuH, unii ll.i n 0.rr l'rnr I'l-ioi- i, i,. 11 ruirr.s 11KA8ONAI11.K, ACcoitniNd to (jtamtv and ' Ann 1 M -- 1 ' ' 3.ttfv' SfM !- ?4v-- . in w uWCu ! -. ''"' - """" t. ItlS-P- M !"V I ma-joiit- y Kimn-inr- - 1 - ,, 1 1 - dec-tota- I Din-lil- - ""-"- . - Knlij-i'- 1 "t Mt.- -r' I i-i- iw. - 11 i .,,.., I Ik' ;''".,,, I . . -- 1 "-,- V Y'A L loit it I - .1 ... 11 1 -- ' p M aiiyth-uti.tiri..,i.idiit- iii..-..rl..l- "-J . $Jlx:ir mi- ", -- ! m-ii- i izrt'irA jili. . 11- . 1 I - 'it .liwtMf.Minilm-vMIlil.ictliBm- !............ V cowgill cqwgill, HER fWEGIi B LTZEB . 6 CO., v I j ',n tVilll Jl.' , ',,,'. ... miil-ii-lnr- ier :;Jah.n V . l'"' Witting Ani'l a citt-i,,,,,,!- ,, roj. 11 - G ROC K I ES I HI KM A -- HICiKMAl" WACH)Ny IIICKMAX. ICION'PrC'IvV. 1 1 i- -t ; ofH-pie'- s ' i.iu. v r..-- ;',geof .,., -f ,ir h.." """auo -t ulllf iii-kb- UnRI rt-- . TaHa1 J Urilfljl --.-- .-- HICKMAN, KENTUCKY. - r 1 r. ,,, I "'. ui y, "- ... -- !. ',!' rtr Iaid l) taphal R ri $40,000.00. mmi. I ) I ,... iUXlZTin 1111 W r !. 11 11 ,, ri l,.. -- yr LOTTK , It Y I ln ! tli-- - s 11 .; 7 IT ( ",'' 111 111 0 . "" u ,, J I"'' i .,;,,, I JftSH.:.!!:: - - - - '' o ","", -- I l'i 1 I I fI U ..... - '' .X;' -rmi-tr.i- rrr 9T. 'T . .mrr.V JV4.,it;.,: :- I - yr ! ". u ,, .Vw,,.... f;,i'Onriir-Jouruii ' CrSZ.''lJit Tl 'L UTGQIST Vlfll. ,. r) t. fVV tfoTIy - SWAT KB, J!l& MBB. T E - I I 1 rtsSK.':1 "t .ll 1.--- ( r- -- -. r ftr,, -- I...l I pr;;; ...... 1 111 1 IT .! 1 i.i.iin, LaKEtMl Ulkl l tSri, I U' M,-,)- d il-- '' PRKSntllTIONS y i U j .nh-eri- b. p-- Imj - aiiy-l- i.r .- - il.ln... BREVABD-- -lnl M) r... !.... r- - r- I QOUfllER-JOURNA- L I ; I RSKsnCT "OliD HEIilABIE!" ihcre-iiicri-iiM'- il , . 1 ..' ...... -- n I I .1 U V . V 111 -"-- ' '; J1 ,;,,", 11 - liirL-inviiii- MwiSZr.C ...... I e ,,.' o ,, ,,,. tt ,,,, ',J riuj Pawl Si UCTII-1N siiI mmssi wssas -- I ! -- ui -- Hooflne: t Specialty! . i " . I 'l . .,,,.'.,. . pl ' M!ifi T. AUTV h m WAP.TTTWflT mMmMW,mmmi .1. , I I - oi-r.-mi- -- - - I " ''"'"i ii i ' l' .... ... - 4 firm of the indebted or tho undersigned, note or account, previous to tlio are respectfully'noyear lilied to come forward and settle, placed in the hands of or the claims , l'lill.-itltlihln- In-'i- an officer for collection. lll ' -- i ' . ''''"."'"" B. " SHA - m.!(-'ou1'- T- FURNITURE. FURNITURE, t IVIcmphis, Tenn., n- Ii . X,lt fHIK, l" W r. STEPHENS TYLER, .,;,, ' ' Wiscon-polllichii.- s r,ry e ,,.( (.l.iIIOltMA, .. FiiriiitiircandUiidcriakei r, IWU-lllll.l- '. I mm N - VII -!- - isrsr. by-law- s a, j jr m J- - jo -l .r?.l-ilt-- . tr l; W4Wfelk!lP .. mI 1.1 li- -l UlA WmI hi L4im iulnUllf lfflli- - f l x.. WInefMfWlW drfclllri'fit' ,VLjrrT.rir'" rfT , tjojw-,ts- t' "r WAf- ' fj" !. . 1 iTatrr-wrna- a wiu jwjwjw PERHAPS fc "wo US IN GROVES can Certainly Sb.ow 1"W TO Hi: Sll;N IK SPRING ()lfK CITY. Putont-Lciithot-Tip W!1N largest tlx INSPECTION, AND AIM. A-- S Wl. ONLY ASK AN INTELLIGENT J1TJD SXJHVClEIRi GOODS WILLING TO ABIDE vc MY a,3a.c3. most Complete TUB DECISION THEN GIYEN. Unixxo ';., or predate their liberal pitroniigo ol luit m our display of tsprini Dro- - Goods, embracing tlu junM popular fab riusiu Imported and Domestic weaves nnd Tiiiiuuiugi, Novelties in Whito Good, IiiiikImiiih! Embroideries, Ac QUU FAIR CUSTOM V. RS will tiiiflvrf-taiit- how much c when they p- - Lace UR Plain and Fancy and Cloth-To- p Ladies will do OXFORDS arc admired bv nil beholder. penchant for lictuity (if lini-- h iiimI Krcat injutiro tn their aytninetry of shape in a Slim', if they f.til to see our iioitinont lo- fre unking their puicliue-- i for Ihe ".canon. W vvell-kiiow- n ran jny thint never befmo have wo been ho to p1enc every one. The innt labtidious society flout lunimt (nil to Ite satisfied with onr elegant Patent Leathers. iNor would he quite liiiuclf unions clotlied in one of ourSTliOL'HH S: Hno'a Suits for Soring and Summer wear. i fur Vi ', Mine, 1m !l nnd the Trading Puldio rc giinrnutoc with polite treatment, and will add that i.o firm can have a livelier upprriijtion of pat favors iiostowid. TO OUR FKIIvNPS 7.010 Pi-iffx- , 1'erf.it-Kittin- g WE extend a cordial invitation to all to call. Utilizer & Shaw. ' Raltaci' & Shaw. Look at This! If ran Willi Pitt., i Kiil''i", Ir mii If fun nun! Hill lUxIa, If .M WUl ei.t-U- H lit. Ir von I' ii u.a.i. II ..in Hum N id II i,l, i r '., l y.iil W.I l llu. !! II '! aanl Vl.lllag I'll.l., II I .. a I II ill .Htaii in, ll i . i mill l tjim ISahHci & Shaw. 0OlN'01L I'KOOIJHDINGS. Itli'KUAx , Bal.zer & Shaw. Suicide of Miss Anna Dillon. Tim (jrand 'P rir; rii l.lttMl u luit. f.fi, ii -- m nt IH illlH am Courier Job Olllcc. ieiiflrM:id TlTin- - TahlTT N., o. &nuiH It. K. l.: Hi, Mtitivit . fr.i i;.n r u I Til ii. M, I in r Tlala Nil Al. e u I nu t4!ltlt4 f rHlliK h ll)job wnl rnuiTiHO ' " lllll .111.1. luff) MIHIIIHI, Hii.Iiii lli T., iri hIi, ' IM Opegii$ Sale! II .i TiIm Nu. 'J, t" a Tlili ro4i ni.Vra c!oc coriiifclliin nllli llif I. k X m ItKtntli" troiiiic imrili, mul --jIUi il.r X X x M V. m I'.ilnouti Jiiiio-lloflng uoi'lt nn I iie Nanism nrcom- n m. iu Ii' ion tiat , oiili. Nerilrr. 10 uf Kir f.jilci.;i I ll linrrli. Sertlrra eterr u m 7 o WE POINT WITH PRIDE OUU nlflu at an 3J 8iinil l im 7 so p m. K'ery KrIJajr e.oex irrvi'. n'i'l lecture dm 8 t'lTMi'iili, Iltc'or. tl i NfHn-e. tirl. i.iiii 4 elv .'i 1 nn I I'll J It ltm'liio miBih Ljr )l,uil ererr rf'ite lir, Su i e.rrjr lir.l luirrh. .1 lnl'i .lay I'renelilnK iIm Hi enrli in.ior W Fiin- - AH llif.f .en ee. atecorllitlj Invited o aitemi Mrrl TO Glowing wheat prospects are ion mid Kubrick nhieli you have eer eccn. The proiluetn of the reporteil friini many aectioua of iiiiikI eelebrntcil inuiiufnc t ure t are well rrpreweuteil. Our countem the country. are laden with the hcrt and latent gondii of every tlcucripllon. We take pleimure and pride in liMiliug you to inspect the largctt, Uir Go to Young & Urn's for IL'JO frieli Groceries. the heat, ami the cheapest Mock of Dry Good", &c., In Hickman. Here tiro a few price Ilia flrit car load of Mi'souri proiliietK to be nxhibited at the W mill's I'uir was shipped to Chi! cago fuenday. It wrt rl HickR th.it predictSl u ed a cold anil stormy March anil Tin-hurc the bent maketi and the cboicrKt and latcxt l.vle April He hit it ilghtaa to March, 'Clua teqiitrea more .kill nml ctre llinu I8i, when idio iiflcrei! herself .i in OALICOKS. and retail every hern at 7c. You can take now lets note il as to Apiil. tu 81 ,1,,,,, oll nnd nun nurse to nn orphan child, no and 10 pm him in durst of tho jilier the former, more would neorn.lte it ilie pick of oar "took, while they hint, at .o prr yatd. jour of four midline, it: liri.llng -- Mr. It. M. Metbeny left Sun-l- i kin whatever, ttnrelv because her "hen not at nor, nJ meSireei dim ly resi lenne place I' etnlalna aboil Itall make out nil accntiu'a ol aaw, a planer, a he Una JuintT and for Piufl'ido, N. Y., lo attend leligiou Iniigbl her so to do. and and n liriullnj; eirclpr. These would 0 acrre; abiiil i .tern in orennrd, omiiial-in- g Dross tlir seBRioii of thi- - Supreme ('nun-m- l because sho thought the little' "7,, . al lite lirat of ench eo"t b.i'U $l,0(K) ll would he nece.tary A(! of Apples, Pejr, JVhUi'a, I'mnn, of the Itnyul Tempi. irs of We are "bowing a fplouilhl line nn if the ptieui (Jrappa, et , nil clioice fruila. tn pal up .t .Sold everywhere ut 10c. sititeiei needed her, ,,,,,,,1, OKALUn.S IN- wpre uaed would cnal from $l,tWd to (loud ciatern and well, nnd all necea.ary kiln, help, ami wc must teiiiember that of Gingham, and pricea were never m low. I.v tal.l Sireet ("omml. .Inner 3 Thai College iJiUl), lining lo edge and kill I Convenient to the In Never before liavo we ithuwu audi a beautiful line of The Graphic regard tho Ful- the spirit which helpeth 'one of aliall pnili Itvtd rpapoueihte lo the t'ouncil Von failed lo aiy anything iiIkiuI whcela lerma will he male uajy. For othor hii for nnd ton water vvorkB iettv Hiire, tho these little ones" is piomtucd the rlinrce, under eery convict pul into the for pleiaure ephlclpt Tli'ie c.tn he male Inform til on call on or a Lire" aanl reftilaliona, lo here, uml ua clieiply nnahere in lie TUI PII.UIV, n. contiact being let to Mi. George help of tho Master. mount of the line ami mala adjudge! world, fur everything is right ol our . ":l"-l- f llltkmin, Ky an.t ll 1, Morgan, of Chicago, ai.it thebnuda Y. Vlt.r a mraivlt It.will nn It. rarr; agonal the cm vni until lie elinue lo the doors. The material in .aSartag, huggy wheel ailiefaction of tha Finance Cannnl: tee thai dn,hi nol coet lo tixeeel tbiriy eight orderetl Untied. It .lic I. that kiava. nu aaaKltig. fractal cypressIencing for saleT . I.raakla;, U IV been aitiafieil nrjj've aaid judgmeii' l l.iSlletllr, .bail tl.i.1myahnila an4t tr.1 thvta. lll not coal lo ami to make It, Nunc Huns' Ir the placo logo .atl) fraiiie .I..II rei)ita why inch judgment could not be cent, or twenty cent", or, eay.alxiy Seaaonel Cvpreaa Fencing for ile, by to have vour cv cm tented mill titled have jtrwa tlr. nf Oil. Unit if OraUtlng, enforced. cenu al Ihe ou'alde Where tl'nber ll (iEO N. lltibVI, at bla Stole in i'let Vtri I i rral Iia tar worhl .Hit Mint, Tli'a amemloi'i t to like effect from an to Soectaclen of nil kiniU. S:22 frelghla high It will t more lllckmjti, near the itallrond I'tfot ti car.-Waai. nf tiling altk h .III. ana h : rtl.ii. mid after Ha paa'afi Wrar) ol .aitt ting air ba.11 tarn, tw IMi.n, Thla but here lltia la ilie outside cull IIh. ailr. J tini'Utmenl Turn. 4. thr tiiAa"4' turna lie would he $2 10 On nmlioti, Tho giound bus is losing piep- t"5lT TTiei p'r sell of lour, and will , , j liral readiiii;. (ih Uar ai In healr-nraa. rljtM JT X JLJaXtWUi JS pinliulily ,,KU v,,r, fllf,ff aell m from S1H) to $10 00 er aell, owing V Dl FSTF LB lUNK nintouSl'l"DoorE,.,)'LacI,Jllol', aiiapendpl, , On motion, the rulea wer at ret ill much be reuarded as only an ordiiiarv WaltHl .k hi a.liislj ).iar rail ti ni;nil. In aaffiir.li fill a... .linal trllara nie, nud Ilie itmentmeiit being put upon i i! J to grade, al whole lie, aud enip'iiyment to would gits higher Wallial till fr.iaii.ij pain HICKMAN, KY. and 111 re.ulini.-paed; nnd teing put hundreds It meu and biya, and all lie Zephyr. (Ht'cbamn, ZephTrliies, Plain and Priutrd llrdford Cord", crnuml w' ami not aa a weather Ha.l n, )e brlglit uurr, iih lanl me aaay. of jloptrd. til on iia Dual Indian mid Kgjptun ptophet after this. ' Ghevrou Glotb, ilutli ir Cloth, Corea Pongee. money hctiael at home. Tlio protl a are "VTO ipaoe lo name all artlcltl, but no trouble lo show goods. Tn en. limit v. Iti.. il ,il TUain-a- . Giiiiinii ('loth. Hraiiileubiiruh (Jlotli, ami Met. very gooil There la ilready t ipltl Carpets I Carpets I Kentucky Lodge, Ktiightn of . dime and see, al tlio corner of Troy hers In one department, of the The commlit.e on rcnlin: of the Cil) sea-- j but not leant, our Honor, will meet in regular A complete, new lino of Caru Kt and Moicovr Avenue. Kaal lli it would neai ly cm r the out a inairuaied to Hall prcfrly "Ion tonight. .Members itiviletl pels, Oil Chilli, Malting, Kugs.&o., ciateru tin in ate arat lower rimm havethe bualnea aide cost he few ex'ra machines uepiled of he to attend. Tho degrees will be just iceeived. Latest styles. New Hall en oon a the ground becompi dry for converting into ubeela would b. all Oh.illios. conferred upon candidate. lint would In; needed in addition to what Prices enough lo bote the work done. iattcriis. All ualities. t r rote Meautiea and cheap at 7 cents. rrtie .(..trilled lo m. la now here. Would ou lliink a wheel liCWALK. .Nl lower than over boforo. Call mid f fl Sarrea.an to I. I. Djtlsl Citndld.itPN for the county odl-run Id he made, oul and on'. Including am dntMiitl nun nll.lat Inn Committee are see them. Oa motion, the 'siitel material, for aiitv cenla, when our eltnp. al once and aellle, or their c'ai m will be cor seem backward about making a .r col. General put dunn nil the charge Iratk lo ban the Smith. Ki.msox & Co. Domostics, jid'l to till an old wheel? Il placed in Come bni'l" of n aft er navel Insurance Ag'ts. known their desiies to serve, the cow A'etine from tlie notth aide of lecllon. nl ones an t Inoka a'rauge, hut il'a true, oml I'm preItegular prlco 7 rents, and HI.AVIKST people. In adjoining counties tlio Yard wide. I mean wbnt I cornerof AllrjhanT nrt to Trny Atenue. pared In prove It coal. The new election law closes the kit. WITflXO JOHX GOODS MADH. This wont last long as tho. price. cmitlidatcR have formall.v ileelared polls at ii o'clock. Tlie Australian tUlf COMMtt'U'k'S S.VLAIir. If tome one would call our people toFIUK, TORNADO, MARINE their hopes mid desiies. Why liallot plan Is adopted, and 110 0110 It la nrilered hy 'lie Council that the gether nnd gel aonie proMiailiona from Now, could be t nrled aliall llictn. lUrjr of this hackwiirduess among Pulton is actually present when ! ! man begin Ilie Ilie "ieei ( Contnilnaloner inoiilb, one la Ibis lo any, T'laet me loo aiiiie ami iluU ready LIFE AND ACOIDKNTI county asplrauto I li 1.1 the preaent s votes except himself and the lila regular work beginning m lliat day. In aiAil anything of that kind ju.t now " I will pay the bigheat ntirku price for a Ihe mailer; eterj hodv eriea of election, anil the olUceta That' what On motion the Council adjourned. Betr Go to Young v: llro's for Sbellel t!orii, delivered on river Innk, dull limea, 'ill in lime of pioaperil Alteat, cannot know how he votes. fresh Ktaiit and Pickles. U:1'0 H.prsis.tii, Ihe depot, uml ou the .MituU & Ohio ':hl A'.wIj of C3Qp..i.! W I. MiCUTCHEN, 0. R. people could nuke Ihiiiga dull ' In time at dipt. Stone's proposition for A bill has been iutiodticcd in of peace prcpire for ar" w''b your Itallrond. ninlied. llaga fill $210,000.0011.00. content I'll .peak of handles next week thfl Legislature diRijuulif.vlug Jn- tlio Government to given lived W. T ItlMlfiK, M ltenpeeifully, Dr. S. K. Davidson OrTiea at ft illzer & SlitwV, Ilnskmiu, Ky ror from serving in tho (Jiicuit appropriation, (lli)0() to the if Court more than once In two Hickman and riptonvillo Levee lias relumed to Hickman OITTCK OVElt HICKMAN UANK, Tub opinion of tlio Attorney years. That would play havoc Company, conditioned that tliu tho pricl co of his profca. General of the State is that all 3ST VvT KKNTUOKY. HICKMAN. with tho professional jurors, but localities interested raised a simi stun. TIhihi' ilesliinc: Dental work which claim exemption il would ilintrlbuto tho burden of lar amount, was voted down 'Oicaii liud him at Ins oflico, Clinton railroads AGENCY jnrv work more equally and etiuit- the llivcrmid Harbor committee, street, upstairs over Cowglll & under the act ot ISSI ate liablei INSURANCE SALE AND LIVERY STABLE for Stato taxes sinco LSSO. A do-waa a number of like proposi- Co wgill's tiding strie. as ably. AT mum! for this unpaid tax will ho from Lovco companies. The present month of.Mnreb tions made by the Auditor Iiim-6 Tho Paducuh News says: Tho will be iccorded in historv as one Dr. Ii. Olley Pindar, a grndti- FAltIS & rivor men along the headwaters ato of tho Olao Medical College,! in20 Inches. Tho 1UGGKST IIAKG.MN WB OFFIIIL of the most disorderly. J. V. HO YSTnil now I'ijr tUH dcutilpil to lornio in Iltukimiti. outrageously severe mouths ovor,huve begun to talk about KKNTUCKV STUEET full line ot usrtiauee Go.ii'.uics e In lliia county on Ihe I.'lh Inat , al the known It's tecoullironkor. liver, nign water nun u llooil. Tlioi ror n,0 iirartico ol Ills profession. Life, Pile nnd Ai eidinit. Ho constantly on hand for hire llmdln KllKl'S wincii win over uo remeiniiereii. neavy snow mis proinpieti 1110 Otlicc a nl icsiilence next door to1 realdence nf her eolicits your Iihmiu- -Mra Ivlun MeUouald, aged "J J e.ira 1'ieer.iug, sleeting, snowing, rain- - talk, as tho fall was general aud Judge Kingman's law ollico. Since Ollico in Luclede h.uuk. nnd t il iya I10H8ES, IlUaaiES and HACKS. ing mid its general conduct has heuvy. North, east, west, central-bee- giailuatiig. Dr. l'iudar has prac- 3 niunthe IUvIii; purcbaaed the sUnle, sortr? such as to make, life any- - (ly and in tho south, thcio is Linen. Vwi ticed his professional Cvutliiami 25. Guarantsod Cure. and euiiro outtll of W, It. I'lumiuer sou behind, if not In, the big water ami Yei "allies, Kv vvitii tali- sucbut pleasant. 10 We itiilitrigo our advprlivl driig-we p'opose to continue iht builueit, and I,lk i,m"L''! ll' ,.,,,,riClH Vm1'" cess, II lived Hickman many nell I)r Ivmg'a New Discovery lor up. -- Tl.e latest thing out in tlio NAPKINS from 30c per dozen eolicit ptlron-tu' ' "' ' " ,voun, pailly raised heje, and! Congha and Cold., upon ihla b,l,'". Ollice, Clinton St l.icletl ltlock, hirce cities is tho cakowalk. They'f genera one t.ouble.n.iy elects to cist his foi tunes in tho enndlllon If Ju'l are altitoled with had one in Louisville at the Lied- - l"ick HICKMAN, KY. Cough, Cold or any l.ung, I'hroal or Cheat for In tho .neaut.n.e home of his boyhood. He is well rjickman garble Works, ciknuis Hall tho other night and ' . ,0 I,uul8 w,il,,,, educated, lias had line advantages trouble, and will me thii leminly a all wllh puro Lbiou Hosoins. Will r'lau.l je, mil y Mado of good Cotton giving II a fair trial, and experience the cultu.o and a.Istoctacy of the l0 l,1,l,l, i 11 V) t rimed lo lea ctre ,W,,,I f'AMf.l A', AT. '"""Pto '"' in his profession, is mi utlahle, no benerii, you may return the bottle nnd eit y tume.l out to seo several steps to protect pleasant gentleman, and deseivesj hnve your money refunded. We could not contest for tl.e T. C. nunliiBt miy Iohoh. make Ihla ot!Vr did we not know that lr. success. which rai.Kcd fiom A. W. LIHDSAY, . King' New pi.cnvery rnuld lie lelnul on. OEVLKK l Mr. Trousdale, of St. Louis. imlil nleeo down to a Iiiil'o cakol dlaappoints. Tiial lailllea free at It Maiiiii, The Henderson Gleaner gets I! itei.r lino nf bhoes in the ,mii especially for the occasion, repieseuting n waterworks con .S1010 Italian ami Amkkiuan URAVK Large nils A lliilnunha'a Drug We carry tho best and complotest MONUMENTS, 10MB ANl structioii company ol that city, oat ol tue delicate position Into fiOe. and $1 00 but can call your ntteiiiion 10 0110 or iwo omy, market, STONES. HICKMAN, KY. Cupt. Sliiun is now in cones-- was In Hickman, Tuesday anil wlmh its weather predictions had lie re. AVINO In mock, a. fine lot of Amer with the Misnissippi, Wednesday, with n pnitdeuce of sub- placed it in very gineefiil et.vlc. view pro 8.I0 H ican and ttiiliau .Marble, New Advertisements. Office wlih It S. Murr. looking lo the) mitting a bid for constriic'iug the ItMi.vs: '"Tlio Gleaner's weather LAWKS1 Genuine- Dongolu Iluttou, Patent Leather Itiver Commission ri red to All all orders Call and gimini use of Ilie unexpended $l7,0Ud 011 Hickman walet works. After ex- inoiihet has not been so badly Tips, Worth $1.75. j;V. A. L the Hlekniau liatbor this season.' amining tho plans ami speciliea-lion- kimcketl out as it seems, for all ' TV, T OTfT.'RV PTWT1AT? ili - Sited. f.nni the country piomplly ll.l.r. Dongolu Muttons, sold t'liere appoars 110 chanco to got ho in. ule the city two prnpo tho world mid evei.body elso In UT. JJ. VlUUl iTHNWA,, pjjYSICAN ADD SURliEON OUU KNTIKK LIN'K of Ladles' iiililitioiial harbor appi opriatlnn DUVQIPIAM AMU QIIRnPHrJ 82.50 heretofore at M.OO. These uro beauties, mid uueqiialed nn Congress, unless the Itiver' sitlous: Ouo to construct the general cannot recall to mind just KEKrUCIO llliuiumii niiu uuuuuui., 'HICKMAN, this same lor tlio city at a cost otlsiieiia .uarcii as tlio present one. IL. lit and durubilily. for perfect KKNTTOKY. Commission allot It fiom the genIJIIS hi I'rofeaiional Servloes 10 ho to take tho city bonds It Is reasonable to believe that HICKMAN, something not at par. Tliu other was that his Piofcssor Foslet himself did not eral appiopiiutlon Vtlie citiieua of llickoian and vicinity Blacksmith and Undertaker Heanleiirpand ollice Ijiluln Ju Ife KiiiRA complcto lino of SLIPPKKS. Ru itj.'bL. piobable. company would build and operate evpect such weather. On Mon .t .1 ''. a euic.t tn in KKN'ICCKY. HICKMAN, 'M .wui'i duj evening our prophet warnetl under ThoSeparnto Car bill, whicli) the ! people to look for snow six or has been sldmtrackod for along' lease, tlio clly to become patioiii the HO'li!!. period, is soon to bo brought out to tho extent of $i.,U0U a . ear, he moro inches deep anil by some IVK MK A TIM M. bcn von a t !'"' .Wtn. Sucttiior le stimihluif tlio citv witlioVi nliuis ove sight tliu article was over-1110 i.egia llluckaiullliiUK done, or repaint ou of its tesiiug piaco KY. HICKMAN, ttngoiia. &o. lloiaeahoelng J ipctlally lativo switch dnesn't broalc. Of, lor publiu use. nml His company looueo. Among mi 01 us, who bIko kwp fi'" hue ' Books aid Sulioijery, the ohsouied ineasitro tlio Frank-- to have tlie privilege of selling tojlmvo been so completely deceived Centrally located. Convenient to foil Capital says: "Tho Separate, piivato individuals. &u. Ho Is to in tho wonthor, theie is none who Undertaker's Qoodn, Call River Landing, lliisses Kr.NTIIUKY. ,Colll(l nosrvTiMK), nml Siia lllack : : HlOKMAN, Car bill will not have an open sea give good uml Btilllciont bond, &t. Imvo beon worse taken in than the Regularly. Every Attengrouuti nog. nouns noeu seen Tho Cotincil comiiilltee. wiinoni J" in whleli to nil! If but Xlll IJMVWI.II ,N ac.,'Vcbu tion given to Comfort i a breakers mid tho liko oprusslon of opinion, took Ids'; out ol Ins don several times, when terlccbeigs, f "("I of Guests. (H au.lani'rjr'o'rtiM'y "' lyte. n V In proposition under consideration, according to the thuory he should V U I when it comes out tlio harbor 11 M V- near ihe Jull. uew.-- , lerf V 1 V. 1 STTU Alao. ...ol (or 'he leadifg 1 1 L W,0, n now rests, but the pilots and will accept or lejeot at a fu- havo lemiUned in his hole full six iujyS5.so D. 15. UK Y A NT, Prop'i. wrokb. papvnof "bo UuiuhIsiiu stiier It fill fol v into puit." tuic mooting of tliu Council. hopo lo X 1 NKVV SIMM NO STOOIC. Wc are proud of itn .juantilv, ll unlit y itn finmciixe Miifety, ami Itn Jmv price. Wc aie euro t lint no uc.h touk Imn cvrr hei-t- i otlerrd before in tliin Yo Hre mire that no otliei hlnie can hIiow one half the Oar meich.iiiti ellv. felri'tiou that we can. We ate mho tliMt no one clao will mark ihnlv, new apriug arkrte) of the world have gootls. their IMMGKS a LOW iim wo do All ll noiiirllittleil to innki- - nar iiloro the grandi'Hl EXPOSITION of FiihIi -- LOCAL NEWS. are receiving, and Rummer For this Week ndim. Prints. e JJe lfrst community wan Klioekpil Connall nifl. I Muror Miaw, EiUtor Courier: Saturday evening last by tlie an- Cniinetlincil Hmn'fr., Metlitny, Vfrn, I notice In your Imhc of week before (SnccoKRorto POWKLL& MHO,) u linee often ilotie U.I lint votinri; nouncement that MIkr Aiiiiii Dil- lulfr, llronn mi'l l!rri.vtc Mlnic of ili U.i meeting ere real, Ulore, the neeeailv f. mnl n.lf iniBi lon, ulster of TIion. Dillon, jr., and Afiprof Cll alill "(Mil to, certain woibI working linlualrlca helii); e.lalillalieil al Hickman. Aliiniig (lie lift daughter of tliu lute .Ion. Dillon, MX'iti AtLowrn. nn. mr niKKing follnwlnr Rconnt una pr'arnttil ''.'! ninir lathoroughly roiiterajiilaia.pt Having hnught the Gmren Stock of Powell vt P.in,nill enntinne tho bad tiilteti Iht own life, fdiootlng Willi nin proprrly r('pl, wliich, on mininn, m Wlille o! DiiKlueHM.at that welMlinvMi old Maud, ami aiuioiiiieen to the pub-H- e liernelf tluougb tlio temple with u lloril, :iinl t'i ti orl'tC'l IxhciI for th llil. Iniluatry, lia.lni: for a niiniir ilie yenra plen niy peremnl alleiillun to that he Id niak'liij hune iidditloitH to the Mock, and will . iirtol. ll uppeniR Unit none of mnniinlt. Vi one There aanip. J feel like keci ,1y null everything In the I. Cnrpfnier.Mifllng rrionfr, $10 0 hrnncli nf llile In u rr thai litre cannnl thii family ucie at home, and nn ho ii ulia.lnw i ( ilmilil aa In !' la III a .fry li'tJ. HX IMHlk one on the premises when the The Cilr rerorifl itiit lie trnl ififif line, ami one In nhirli lite pr j'Cl filial deed wiir done. She hud eonii!flil Hip'Ink nra itiul iiiii inwell in iiniminit ' ropjl'iit o f lh 'I" upply of rnw innlerliil m atnioM win ncut her nephew, a lad of 11! or looi lain il.a tax It U mhIImiiImI In ff. vit. Ilia alack hirrfl al" l or.lerfil by lif Council U ni lli upon il aniinnncempnt tlirnngh the Courier will he made ns Kl ycaii. to n nelL'hhnr'rj for In N,ok t mrneil ojrr io ih Cnj Tax ' H'lneM iiu(lil ml that atlliniiich IhU Line. Fnrtlier new gomla itriivo ery dull vear (or all patt vear lia hfrn liN ffcfipi for nno milk, fpurhnpR for the put pose of, rollecior, ukmz 'rtllT lier,liella of (rnja, for tlir nliHK blr-tlOlliiMEN flrllTI) getting him awn.), ami when hci ll lias "ll nniieiinlly rTOOil iil nnp .ini- no tlmr lii the "ipply heen On motion, Iht Ma ir l aiillinrl'-ileft had called him hack and kiaH-- i At ' em.owtrfJ 12 Hppolir Iwn K)tirr inn; nne ennil Io lie ilemaml. Stork Rua tieen eil him Heveial timea, telling liiiu In r.ist llicnian or ilcinnr. imt oiie In farce nnd air.i'li nml N al the pteaem pra.v for her. The nephew hunt-- ' Vel Hickman or to Inlijr wlio hnll GO TO W'lnl I" time In foil ilmnaiiil, cued on his errand, bat when he doil.e.1 Milh the enor pi.rrer dial i.f ,T ,,,ek birrcl Kii.n ine fur all returned ho found the ghiiRtlyl Ilie Marehul, uliil Ihjl Hieir eperial tiiH5 thai do not imrl eael ailllicl'inlv in Hieir luenlliie. (;hi In linl.l lliiuiih-aii- eli ua biiricln for spectacle of Imn mint l.ing upon hall la? 10 keep or.rrr in any a, of ... Ihe anil nripa'. the tloor dying, welleiiug in her city, to make ailit tliiemnn ahal remain ,i vu. u marhiii wtih a nnd t lint alnt own hlnod, having elint herself In ollict Jiirinp Ihel.lf.Kiire in the I.Olln .y,.,,!,! ,.i.a nm!nvmeill In almilt tilt ripter' THE SQUARE DEAL GROCER, I'll thiough the temple. She hnd ell, ami llml ihey rOiall tpeei.e twenty men nn b in the ahp'l an FOU OXF. OF THOSE plaillieil tlie act liy apreaillllg ll the recui.r fee- - fir .all arr.iec, I'"' I0 reihaimatce llml nmnh-- r i int iiiii Wet ()llllt UpUll the floorand getting ''"her part of mild Un io to lo the t,lty ti,f,b.-- for It The rn.tiir Hipp ant wnn M.Mbui. an rp.il v he ,. fi.,w.- - au.ih tiiioit it to deatroy her own life. run, ami wpl rrqiifo nlunl fi'e "fla A.t aMB.I)R! oltuiNAVcic. ...I i.. Tl.n. .In. .v...-....... .. ... m . iiiiniini ...I ... iiii. m .in rr,ilt tl.ei,,p lOllowiiig miiniuiurui Ihe city, wae muirriHi .iirii &k -, inppr djr. liiii n .imi. for Rome 3 earn, had been hrcM., aujanree, a' c at nr ltel.e.l tlrijiii.ncn rf sufferer ami homctimes hail to Uiw cmhI. mnl will turnout i ..iir.uii ii.. rin ln.rii.i ,3M The Best Thing Out! tcsort to tho use of morphine for at the rnei of Ihf Council l" aiomniu SMatetperper nay rnlie e 60 tliouiatid or Ait VII, of the tiurkel nhom relief. The writer remembers her l.vciy runner Should Have One I irftr, lly!iec.5 nu le il.e a'av-- a ill t delncreJ .; in Si bmK in her youth, u guv, happy, good OiJlnauppaof aald clly. il pr III CoinmlaaKiner to otk alotll W5 Ll) f er hummed Anuiig ciil, when even- duty of ihe Street iie of ol front ?J M ta ii .0 per lhoninl. ... . t . 'cnHTiQiB nn uie atrei ...10 ... i 1.1. lur ... ... niir .. n com- .1 mai.iii iiiiiiitirnii .i. iiiiiit , iir .iiiii mriiiiii 1.11 111r w n iiiPir niipa .nu cus r, ai ri tut per uaj, dipiiai 10 run "lien n a pnn' wonni the atick la afnTieu a 11 R j,en the ci j niiiiniiiut,( inn in JuU hall 0 ilirei-l- ; 11m pntaileely ainn'l, and iiiu wiik ver, leiiren, ami u iienr lit il ortlittnt,! lu Ikt Council vf Iht CtiV lirel la? lakea le... Ilne to dry. l'hey Stemiin carried overidxtr tmt of Jfiehu tn that her mind wan i!fMpoiideut, That whenever the Clly J11 l;e 'hall. of ihe blocks rendein ill. drying more unhappy, out) in sympathy with In lilt judgment, dlr.ct (hat the tomirl rapii rnuld her Buffering body. Fiom youth aliall noik nut lilanne .ntcoata If Ihp qiiration should the alio was most earnest nnd do-- alreel, the City Marahal iliall Immediate light barrel .Intel le added lo Ihia? e voted member of the Catholic ly deliver Hip couviel Into the ciniol) of would aini.tr t.f ,courae llieyoinll, but IJenlcr tn nltlunuli aleiily, la church, and even in the fearful Ihu S'rrct rotniiiiaiioner, who tlmll, a 1I10 demanilI, fir there practical!) 110 nnd a. tirarnral mil fai.1 enntiel to wnrk not at eon act of taking her own life had innn l, and J (in couhl not set DRU&S. MEDICINES. PAINTS AMD DYMUFF3, ...i .i.it i... ... M.in.ii ..I .i.ti nrorti in iltptn carefully tied her string of bends da, a ik, .tl ihe rate of tl 00 perdu, die timber necea.ry for ihla work. It' ........ 'and crucilix around her wrist. In ituill aaiil tinp and eoill l antlslied, when ""i 'r., i m he t31CK?JAN, KY. her character wcro the dementi. lit ehall irleaapiatdcontiet I" hate an at.iind nice, mt.lhpntnUlit lat ilie rotilnbly 2. If In the diaarefon of Ihe Street "orked logulier of a tmo heroine, for we well rela nnoilier In 1l.111a1.il. la There - h. il.inli n.r.ii.n .ur.llicn JI ,, , a.llic lnditairv lint miuM PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED. member her noble self s.icrilleo C. or loin,.-L.rn- .li.ll rjiu i. 'In l.ia eila. ler nils Ilia rr I,, 1.. in ti... i'''ii ...1 .i...i... ii jriiua r..... .... . he ndded, nnd lh.it la Imrrel head g M.iiiiu.- ,,. ... .... iiiiiuiK uir rr-e- M.rd! 21, 18W. ENTBUPHISES THAT WILL PAY AT UIOKMAN. A. 2M.cDa.niel :: :" I Tt-- f j I I t .St Ii" 1 I I ,.i-..6r- I '" Im -i GSaCTSKAEt OKQCSSiT' I I -- tl - l I , FAR III RSI Ha l pick-ire- r. ..,... I n- e 1 one-ht- lf I j r I , ilui,l 11 I ..i-r- n .... . I ' ir '1 ro-- llimi-nn- 't Ioir s, GSEii Cases. 1 11 1 ( 1 it, - 11 . 111 . . x. j 1111 1 11 -- n'l 011 ben-te- d, TEE OLD BELLSlBLE. CHAS. A. IIOLCOMBE, 11 I tlu-e- I 110 j ji -, u - A ,,,, - ,..,. 11 I 11 niec-nii- buy-in- dow-elp- 7 Oinliiinis, mla-lrn- er -- Tent-perune- fever-stiieke- n ,..,7" ale2;Toun g & Bio., !- dry-hou- I Wash. Goods and TDatwkiiAaJ 1 I 11a Staple and Fancy FRUITS, cc. I r- -t 111. ol GROCERIES I V I c eo-- WWAAUJt I'-N- T' 10 e .1 paa-c- il ll--r I antr-l.- I I iii-..- I a r'i: v I Family Groceries. llick-n- . j j -- c Printed I j 11 Take KoticcI . !. I I llison Brothers, 1 tl 5c lirown i : 11 I 4c .5c Dross Plaids Apron Checks. j 11 oill-cer- Oorn 3 Corn Gingham Chocks. 11 - Table Linens and Towels. e Pure 20c l('n0(l n I nnd.ro-siiuio- d ! E - j Towels. 11 iik:i. repr-sont- s Pahker, 11 Tabic Linen. Table 11 1 Mad-ilo- x n 20c Turkey rca-thin- g - bl 111 ' Attorney at Law, hii-tn- e. T. DAVIS, e r Men's Unlanndried Shirts. '"cd dlrec-lin- Sisvooel Sh.qosX Skoeet! them-ulitiii- U' pre-1'"- "' IUMAGE, , I 1 I s ' OH. ij'Jli,'-'.')- !!, ' - r'r ' F. OLIVER, XT ELicxdi Our PRICES and GOODS Speak for Us! Oome Irh See ' vviiler-works- , 11 11 11 1 IM1HML G. H. Efinger.j 11 I n 1 ! 1 3 f7 -- lllOV1 ' ri II f I ll J irvuef1'1 - ""? '"'TStei ! i I V- ., .. I riMmwMiMwwJWMamMHMi; tos ij ir t -- if. St&tmtitm SKKK II Why 131. Want to Stay In Thi World In your uccup.tt rout Milicri. tlo '! anil tlion trust ' Outliouso tiling nrc nil in ninl yintr Irnln - mission, mi riw i !, ' ntul If When rr Hnltlnt; Itn I.Iiik'h 1'alacra fur t' AlMUr 'rrimiii lir Iter. T. ItcMItt TnlinaRC, Il.li. t L L Dr. Tnlmnpo'ii tott last fctimlny was: Amos v.. M "ici'l lllin Unit innlcth " tlir scroti stars ami Orion A count rv f.irmrr wroto this, text Amos of ToUoa. Ho pltmeil tli.i oiirtli nml throshcil tlio Rrnln hy n new tlirrslilnp machine just In, outfit, ns formerly the cattle tro I out tin." cr.iln. lie gathered tlio fruit of the vc.imon trconnil nacrilleoilll with nn Irouoninhi ltinu rlP a l Just before It was nml ftislotnnrv In that Ilo way totnUf from II Its bitterness, was the Min of n poor shephenl, nml tttcrcili hut hefore the nUmmcrlng rustle the 1'hillstlnes anil Jsyilnns nml riiirnlclans. nml Mn.ibltfs. ami Am monltes nml lMom lis nml Israelites trembletl. D.inlel i Moses wns a nrlnce: Isaiah a coin tier nml l).ihl a king; but Amos, the author ol Hi text, was a peasant, nml. as uncut o iipposed, nearly all his parallelisms are nnstnr.il. his nronliecf full of the odor hay, and the rattle of lo-- j of rusts, and tho rumble of calls "Ithi nhcuvcs, and tho roar of wild beasts the llock while the shephenl came out In their def use He w. itched the herds by day.aml b nhht Inhabited iKKith made out of hushes so that iv through these I ranches ho could see the Mam nil nlcht lonir. and wasmore f.i miliar with them than wo who li.ise tight roofn to our houses, and hardly ever nee the Mnrscncept ninoni; tho tall Vrlck chimneys of the Rre.it towns. Hut nt seasons of tic ear when heiil were In sneclal danger, he would htiv out In the open field, all through the Uarknosv his onlv shelter tne cnuain with the -- lilinr of the cmbroiderlen and slhercd tassels of new-mow- n nlpht-hcavp- ' ml ilisqnictinir your t unit M irooiit with licnrt nlcU, poton.,point out ff on Into tlio Rtarllir' ur H ttn than Hint, 3011 till) l'lclmlca, pet into isotuo obsci tt'rt. nml through tho we fm t li r tlinn .uiioh with tlio nukcil pjo oiil I nninoly. ! a'"' t,",t '" ",,at Rt.irs in tins IMcIailc ii filled the mvonl if " tlu'ro ,H n nrl iilii rninpiftril to i" - Ji,000 not,. poo Unit's larpyrjtlian tin "" Oh. bo mIio mnili' nil nt penoj wltli tlip I. tjlal . controls .i tnt tin whrl " 0 the coiislfFTatlPii- - turmnir wheel of jnlitxlcs f.t thonsnmN of jcars without the br. il. ' of a f.r or the t.lipplnjr of it 1 "' the snap of nu nle. l'oryoiir pli 'I'll anil fort tlirotmh tlfo. I... .lstis Christ 1 ,linr:r juit. "$cc II m that miUotH tin' Seven Stars nml ', M'1' tfiin Anion saw U, it the CsmPwIhi m .le these two croups of tho testtii the ! lot liKht. Amos saw that Tlml i ""' siitihtleil or tliriw t itli tnnklti one Mn i"'1 h.nlnir n st us. hut liiunnkcs ilN imilios fiiii.lu.l that'm'oun o ntillifi group cniiin if k'lOlip 10 It seems tlio Houilos ho mill Or ilKlt lio.1 IIUos llglit s,. mil that He In lCens on mnlclni; IL (nl one iho universo Iiiuihs the statistics of ereat ions, and solar tellar?,l'in'otooi that Is tho Creator linns, f And they haieall loon chrlslm. I each one u namo ns distinct n t' " mien of your "Ilo tctleih the iniintier tho chihlrcn hy all their stars. Ile eallcth t names The seven I' i les had names given them, and tho i e Alcvonc, Me rope, Col rno. l'lectri, Mcropo, Tay-gct- e , 1 tclos-pop1 i I I "' " i ... . ' l X i 0 tionChrist, ti bright and morning itar. cvangcliition. the daybreak; tho s What a life of solitude all alone with redemption .f nitions, sun of nsniif with ho.illng in His his herds' l'oor Amos' And at twelve o'clock nt nltfht, bark to the wolf's nlngs. Oh m n mil women, with so bark, and tho lion's roar, nn I the many sorrows and slim and perplexibear's prowl, and the owl'n ties if yon w nt hffht of comfort, light of pardon, ligl" "' goodnens. In earnest nod the serpent's hiss, as he while movinj; prayer tliroujiit hnnt, "Socle Him that stens too tars nnd Orion." through the thickets! So Amos, I ke maketh the Again Aiiihwiv, an we must see, other herdsmen, pot the lnblt of studying the map of tho heavens because it that tho toil whi made these two archipelagoes of ft irs must be nn unchangwas so much of the time spread out him. Ilo noticed some stars ing Ood Time I id been no change in In thin herdslie as- tho stellar np,' and others receding sociated their dawn and setting with man's lifotini. ai d hln father, a shepcertain seasons of tho year lie had a henl, report.. n him that there had And poetic nature, and he rcul night by been no cli.inf'- - in his lifetime night, and month hy month, and year these two dust, rs hang over the celen-tla- l arbor n" just as they wcro tho by year the poem of the constellations, divinely rhythmic l!ut two rosettes first night tint they shone on the Kden-i- c bowers the same on when tho Egyptof stars especially attracted his attention while seated on the ground or ly- ians built tin 1'yranilds from the top ing on his back under the open scroll of which to Ha'eh thorn, the same as of the midnight heavens the 1'leiades, when the t haMcans calculated tho eclipse, the sain an when I'lihu, or Seven Stars, and Orion. to tin l'.HiU of Job, went out The former group thin rustic prophet associated with the spring, as it rises to study the aur ra boroalln, tho same about tho first of May. 1 ho latter he under I'tolemain system and Coperul-ca- n system tli same from Callstheues associated with the winter, as it comes The to I'ythngoras mil from l'vthagoran to to tho meridian In January Vinly n. changeless (Jod riclades, or Set en Stars, connected llerschcl with all sweetness and joy, Orion, the must have fa-- h oiicd tho Pleiades and herald of the tempest The ancients Orion' Oh. nh.it an anodyne amid the were the more apt to study the physiog- tips and downs .f life and tho 11 ux and nomy and juxtaposition of the heaven- reflux of the tides of prosperity to know ly bodies because they thought they had that wo hive a changeless (iod, tho and forever. a special Influence upon the earth, and same yostcnlai Xerxes girl mded and knighted tho perhaps they were right. If the moon every few hours lifts and lets down the steersman of las boat In tho morning, tides of the Atlantic ocean, and the and hanged him in tho evening of the electric storms of the sun, by all scien- same day. The world sitn in its chariot tific admission, nffect tho eartli, why and drives tandem, and the horse ahead not the stars have proportionate effect? is Huzza, and the horse behind Is AnaAnd there are some things which thema. Lord Cobham, In King James' make me think that It may not havn time, wan applauded and had $.15,000 a been all superstition which connected year, but was aflprwanl execrated and the movements nnd appearance of tho lived on scraps stolen from the roynl heavenly with great moral events on kitchen Alexander the (Srcat after earth. Did not a meteor run on nn ile tli remained in buried for thirty evangelistic errand on the first Christ- days becauso no one onld do the honor mas night, nnd designate the rough of shoveling him under. The Duke of cradle of our Lord? Did not tho stars Wellington refused to have his iron in their courso fight against Slsera? fence mended 1km mse it had been Was It merely coincidental that before broken by an Infuriated populace In the destruction of Jerusalem the moon somo hour of political excitement, nnd was eclipsed for twelve consecutive he left it in ruins that men might learn nights? Did it merely happen so that a what a flcklo thing is human fat or. new star appeared in constellation Cas"Hut the mercy of tho I.onl is from siopeia, and then disippcared just everlasting to everlasting to them that King Charles IX., of Trance who fear Him, and Ills righteousness unto was responsible for St llartholomcw tho children's children of such ns keep massacre, died" Was It without signifHis convennnt nnd to thoso whore-membicance that In tho days of the Itoman Ills commandments to ilo Emperor Justinian war and famine them " Tills moment "seek lllin thnt were preceded by tho dimness of the made tho Seven Stnrs and Orion." sun, which for nearly a jear gave no Again, Amos saw as wo must see, more light than the moon, although that the god whomndo tho two beacons there were no clouds to obscure it? of the Oriental night sky must be a (iod Astrolojy, uftcr all, may have been of love nnd kindly warning Tho something more than a brilliant Pleiades rising In mid ski said to all heathenism No wonder that Amos of the herdsmen and shepherds nnd husthe text having heard these two an- bandmen: "Como out and enjoy tho thems of the stars, put down the stout mild weather, and cultivate your garrough staff of the herdsman nnd took dens nnd fields." Orion, coming In wininto hit brown hand, and cut and knotter, w arncd them to prepare for temted fingers the pen of a prophet and pest advised the recreant people to return to All navigation wan regulated by these God, saying: "Seek Him that maketh two constellations Mho ouo said to the the Seven Stars and Orion " This com- shipmaster and crew: 'Hoist sail for mand, which Amos gavo TS." years 11 the sea, and gather merchandise from C, Is just as appropriate for us 1S9J other lands." Hut Orion was the storm A. I). s gnal, nnd said: "llecf sail, mnko In the first place, Amos saw, as we things snug, or put Into harbor, for tho must see, that the Rod who made the hurricanes nrc getting their wings out" 1'leIadcR and Orion must bo the Ood of As the Pleiades were the sweet evanordjr. It wan not so much a star here gels of tho spring. Orion was tho and a star there that impressed the In- warn.ng prophet of tho winter spired herdsman, but seven in one Oh now I get tho lest view of (iod I group, and seven In the other groun ever had' Thcro are two kinds of serlie saw tMt night after night and sea- mons I never vnnt " preach the nnn son affr season and decade after that presents fiodso kind, so indu.gcnt, they had kept step of light each fo lenient, so Imbccllo that men may one In Its own place, a sisterhood never do what they will against Him and clashing and never contesting precefracture His every law, and put tno pry dence. I'rom the tlmo llcslod called of their impcrtlncnco and rebellion the I'lelades the 'seven daughters of under His throne, and while they are Atlas" and Virgil wrote In his .Kneid spitt ng in his face and stabbing at II is of "Storm Orion" until now, they liaie heart He takes them up In His arms observed the order established for their and kisses their infuriated brow nnd coming and going; order written not in clit-eByWic "Of "such is the King" manuscript that may bo pigeon-holed- , dom of lloasin but with the hand of the Almighty on The other kind of sermon I never the dome of the sky, so that all na- want to prea. h is the ono that repre tions may read It Order IVrlstent sents (Jod as u flro nnd torture nnd onler. Sublime order Omnipotent thunder-cloupitchnnd with red-ho- t order. fork tossing tne human IntJ paroxysms What a sedative to yon and me, to of infinity ng. ny Tho sermon that I whom communities and nations some- am now pren. m belioves In n (Iod of times seem going and world loving, Uindiv warning, the Ood of ruled by some fiend nt and siirimr and inter tho God of tho In all directions milndmiuistrat on' Pleiades and Or Pn The Ood who keeps soven worlds In You must r ticmbcr that tho winter right circuit for six thousin l year, ran Is just ns inn ortiiit as the spring. Let certainly keep all tho affairs of individone winter i ai w frost to kill uals and nations and continents In ad- legetatlon ,ird Ice ihout to bind tho rivers justment We had not b'tter fret and snow to enr ch our fields, nnd then much, for the peasant's argument of you will haie tu enlarge your hospitals the text was right. If Gol can take, nnd j our com. tcnc "A green Christ-- 1 care of the seven worlds of tho I'lciadej mas makes a fat graveyard," was the ami the four chief worlds of Onon, 11 old proierb m or purify tho air can probably take care of tho ono Thermometer at ins to tfn degrees abovo zero world wo Inhnblt. to tone up the December and So I feel rry much as my father felt January ju-- t sjstetn. as important ns May and one day when we were going to the June. I tt II u need tho storms country mill to get a grist ground, and of life as inn. I, a, Wo jo tho sunshine I, a boy of seicn years, sat in tho back 'I here aro more uo men ruined by prospart of the wagon, and four yoke of perity than by adversity. If "0 had oxen ran nway with us and along a our own way this wo labyrlnthlno road through tho woods, would have ie, la if0 beforo impersonations of so that I thought every moment wo sciusnncss ami vnrldliness ami uisgusi-ingslwould he dashed to pieces, an I I made and Pufr.,1 mi until wo would a terrible outcrv of frlirht. nml mv iuisolrcn like Julius Cu'sar, who was father turned to mo with a face per- mado ny syce plants to bellcio thnt ho fectly calm, and halil "DiWitt, what was divine ar ti c freckles on his face are you crying nloutv 1 guisn we can were us tlici0f tho firmament. rldo as fast as the oxen can run." And Ono of the 't jt transatlantic my hearers, why should wo be affright-emade last 'iimmer by our swlftust arid lose our equilibrium In tho swift steamer was ,lUve sho hid a stormy movement of worldly events, especially wind abaft el UMighor from Now York when we ore assured that It Is not a to Liverpool )ut (0 those going in yoke of unbroken steers thut urn draw. the opponto a notion the norm wns n l;g us on, but that oider ond wise gov luffetlrg and a hlnderance. It Is a eminent ore lu the yoke? bad tUIng to have a itorm ahead, pmh- lunar llRhU Klght-eousnesn-- nr lie-fo. y le-fo-re de-capell-mel- l, hap-lnzir-t oy-agd . nnd Mala. 5 lint think of the billion nnd trillions of daughters of starry light th.it Ood c.illn by nam. an they nwep by Mm with Iramlii." brow ami lustrous robe. s, fon, i, ( ol.f light -- natural light, inoril llRUt, v r tual light Again and again in light ii lrnesseil lor symbol ra- practically sajlng: "Worlds! worlds' worlds' (let road y for them'" Wo half a nice little world hero that wo stick to. ns though losing that we Wo arv ufrald of falling off loso all this little raft of a world. We are afraid that somo meteoric Iconoclast will some night smash it and wo want uierytlung to roiolve around it nnd are disappointed when wo find that It revokes around tho srtn, Instead of tho sun revolving around It What a fuss wo mike about thin I'ttlo bit of a world, its existence only a short time between two spasms the paroxysm by which It wan huilcd from c'mos Into order, and tho paroxysm of Itn demolition. And I am glad that so many texts call us to look off to other worlds, many of them larger and grander and "Look there, "says more resplendent Job. "at Manrotli and Aictiirus nnd his sons'" "Look there," says st John, ' "Look tsi, "atthemoonuntlerChrlst'sfeet! theie." s.iys Joshua, "nt the sun standing still aboo liideou' ' "Look there." sajs Moses "at the sparkling firmament' ' "Look there," s.iyn Amos the herdsman, at the scion stars nnd Or on" Don't let us be so sad about menial Mntiou for ttw wriiof.c o tlgatlng hose who shove off from this world and determining wrctner rtesy iH be . power pmfllatilv unrdmwt applied an Don't let us under Christian pilotage in the wiikiII.ki of farm machln . l. ferted be so agitited about our own going off to Rimmlttcc on oirrtrullHro. this little lnrgf or sloop, or canal-boa- t the lloi'sr HiIIk Inirodaeed Til of a work! to get on somo (Treat East- sessuwnt of 1117 II altered In lw laied r 'Miptot ern" of the heavens. Don t let us per- afiilnst s Warhner dlntllier IssjI 'W,0. sist in wanting to stay In this barn, Uloes In lb. mouth ol April acciib iol br m was to llrsler lUmrw. of a world, avihllirof UK' U this shed, this N. r , on ana) at (V when all the King's palaces already oc- Vl.rfsri ltS tytnc tseui to I i Brtb. ived al cupied by ninny of our Vest friends nr wbo Is disil'lcd by rraftoa of tn).irt hlle la Mich In the year swinging wide open their g.ites"lo lot Saginaw llav ot he hike I'Blted Stub tmplo)tnent tie un in elllllk-- . rniiui lo pa tot) II Duncan o! When I reid. "lu my Father's house Ky Js.,1 for rntrly taken and u ihcU arc nmij- - mansions" 1 do not know but s arm) dorlim the war. cnatiM Wasiiis. nn March I that each world is a room, and ns many lllackburn bill, (or a ' rooms ns thero aro worlds, stellar sler of IiulsilUe, ICy , wata.lier- - ' BW parted s i. rinan i stairs stellar galleries, stellar and IndcDnllely postponed, smu stellar windows stellar domes. bill, to provide for llxliut a unitorti . dardot r oats How our departed friends must pity us classiliralloii and cradlnr "f whei barley sod ih as shut up in these cramped apartments amendment rjes faiorsMy ih r,a4 ' IX! rait ru" lit Mil for tired If we wnlk fifteen miles when ItUffFlcs was uafarerabl) r pot "wale) thej-- somo morning, hy one stroko of Sherman Inlteduced Mil iglbf wing, can make circuit of tho whole pisln isikI to SoJomon I llor n to W) pet stellar system and be back In timo for muflth he Hot'sr-Tbill lo persloo M r Urcr matins bower, of West Virginia was ..nJy n Perhaps yonder twinkling constella ported Mr (Sjpchart'a fV "onln .l' tlon l the residence of the mirtyrs; that Mrs. KIKabrUi Carpi nttr w o , ly IllllslBtroduerd ft tMa4 tho celestial Iali group of twelve luminaries unlaw DcWItl of l'ohoU)n eouiiy home of the Apostles. Perhaps that fully rccirtd from hlra by ihefor not author r it., steep of light is tho dwelling place of lilts of the t'Dlml Stales top tr ..imlnl angels cherubic, seraphic, nrchaugclic tratorof the estate of K II Ti.d . lale ol A mansion with an manj roomn as Owsley county, Ky . fi fori lor u i by the p S. troops during Ibe Isnw worlds and all their window n illumi- - U Smith late of Ihe war reel mui irgtnto m II tinted for festivity. trooua nmovlag . hrr- - if i.rlk't stain Oli bow this widens and lifts nnd from the military resort of Itoi- - rt I Morruw stimulates our expectation! How little late of Company II fourth West rf V i WAsillsoToy. March l St bs it makes the present aud how stupen- ncssoX lmiort.iDcewjitraasacl. .11 b soate in dous it makes the future! How it com sewafawi soles us about our pious dead, who In wm .'rv. Wst tt Hofst J stead of leing boxed up and under the cuhwrtea uwn the late -- rnaUir l'lumb. Mr. to D Taylor of Ohio, made an eloqu nt spvrob ground havo tho range of ns many w hlca be referml la brauilful lamruwr to tl" rooms as thcro aro worlds and wel life and work of tbatdlatiBTuUncd wnatcc Tb becauso como cverj'where, it i' other pcaki r Hrodrrlck KumUm, ' In which Vvls Hurt ne I'air, llakrr Tost, Yovm ns houso the irather's Wilson if MbMflurl and Caruth. rrttatvnb Oh, mansions' thero aro nnnj Mr HuIbwb. They wcro a f l Lord Ooil of tho Seven Stars and Orion, Intrwlunwl by low To correct UV military record how can I endure tho transport, the Wm. E Ilurnw, hit uf company A suit t Ind. v, I tocorreet tha military rs .r. ccstasj", of such a lislon! I must obey my text, and seek Him. I will sok of John DIcksoB kit nf Coin pony V.. I' r.i Krotuiky Vol cavalry to pension Simuel Him, I seek Him now, for I cnll to Treater r of ( lureaco Hall, mind that It In not the material unt panv A. seventh Ind. V L, tocorreet oil mil the verse tint Is most valuable, but the Itary rcsvrd of John rut, late ot Ccunpim I voluntir, spiritual, and that each of us has a soul Flit) third Ienus)lvanla to rienslon wh it vrllh Jll. worth more than all tho worlds which rharirtsl Mow ofdevrtlon Wolf, tote of Comjiain Wolf, w floo tho inspired herdsman saw from hi K. Thlnl IT S artillery In the Moilcan ) reimburse John Colli r lnlecaptalnot Com, booth on the hills of lelioa. fnllow-tni- d' ,ng us b.ult. but if i e mmg tow .ml Heaven, tho and storms of f w H onlv clins us tho suonrr uit.'th.' hai Wr I ,im so glad to bvlicto that tho monsoons nnd typho 'in nnd initraln nnd slroeros of the land and sea aro not unohi'ncd maniacs lot loose upon the earth, hi aro under diiine supervision! I am f. glad that tlio dot! of the Seven Stars .n nlso tho llod of Orlt n! It wns out i Unites suffering camo the sublime. 'Divnna Commeilia." and out of John Milton's i.llndnosn came ' Paradise- Lot," and out of miserable Infidel attack canto tho "llrldgewnter Treatle" In I (vor of ( hristmnlty. nnd out of D.ivid s exllo came the songs of consolation, nnd out of the sufferings of Christ enmo tho IKMslbllity of tho world's redemption, and out of your bereaiement.your persecution, your poiortles jour misfortunes may jot oomo nn eternal Heaven. Oh what n mercy It Is that, In tho text and all up and down the Ilible. l!od induces us to look out tow .ml other worlds' Ilible astronomy, In (lenesls in Joshua, In tho Psalms In the prophets major nnd minor,, In St John's 1 "tiil-iire- n Apo-calys- '.tenement, Tho American market in London Is ntt Important adjunct to the stock exchange It Is n tesorl for speculators, where the can make all tho nolo thoy the tin run Mr ns Piilmonlh Tlmy also uri . . please, nnd be in almost every respect In favor ut a levro In front of Newport tin:t ihe sl,l of ili' usnli of tlir I.Uklnit rlicr.to pro-- v unfettered by tho rules whloh govern nt lh fWirflow nf tin- - Newport Kirmr the rest of tlio house. It Is a place, of rroi n.'s unit n htnri rtlon of tne city of Ni and excitement, where tho bulls port which Is sul.)eil to tnuml itlni nt hlph bustle can roar and tho benrs can growl to Senator Turrrte fiironiMy reportM h hill for the rellrt of samuil M Canipt!! f their hearts' content. To tho slsitor Mirlm county, tml . l.ito prliuliCnmtsiny i in tho llritish cnpltul tlio ' American oontli Iii'llut volunteer In hint ry, n,i market ' jnissosses a special iitlnictlon. him ptr mouth In lieu nt whilliotiowr to '1 hero Is nothing "slow" pertaining celtts ami also his I III for the n Hi I at w m i Tarkln'nn, o' Indianapolis 1ml, laic mptun this branch of tho "house." l.ven on .in. Murnui..ir. ii, m-- u rs TUtumttr SCTT dnys w hen quotations ard steady, and (. pnalnlnjt him ill ?Wi r month there Is no unusual feature In speculaHot SB The following urrc, iimnn Dm tion In stocks nml bonds H habitues prime bill Intmlveixl Semllr.' risim f rbotnss l Alexander Into I.lonLiijl lids tu are noser caught napping. rv Hrltlshcr realizes that tho S roiirt of rlslmn. Tho ,m0 fsutry n was IntnvliMisl Into tho sotmte by v;,., , "Ai rienn market" Is thoroughly In.rrn-lrupciiMton of Jr,,,' lllarkl'iirn Amerienn. In point of tlmo tho Now llncan widow of Andrew J Hor-in- . kiln r., l Company Plrst Kentuilo Volunteer lnfn .. York mnrkft Is nlHiu'. tlio hours opening New York Londoiu to tft per month nslontn II, f, iu.) late Unit sol Sun fourth O V. I ,m lift) r prices when oobled to London, nro anmonth tnntend of his pn sent pentlnn. only a few minutes prior to . nounced WAsium.tos Marsh the closing "of business In this city. 1'cRrr Introduced bv re.Ust, a bill with i t Whatever tho speculator hero wishes to iiiirehHste title: Cmttlri fund for the payment or pensions, and for do must bo done quickly A rush of tine our army of Idle lntiorrrn nt woiV nn orders Is recehod for execution, ninny tewdio public tmproinnents, for the rein, all street and others of them from of the MroiHtmt tnrentlse to erlmo amonc based on ludica from ml to lei' amonc Ihe rich, for prole t lions local operator, the prices or othsupplied from the Atmrlcuti from the influx ot undue n competition mtd for oilier purposes." er news to hand. Tho arbitrageurs," fund conl. mplnted In Die bill Is to bo furnl- - st as the arc called, who do an apparentb) a crndusied tax on Incomes and real n Jtcicrrrd I'ctltlon pre ntctl: Two in f r ly precarious but really most lucrative of tho passage of the option bill, onf frntr iw business based upon tho fractional disOhio millers' (.solution undone frcmclli "' crepancies In value on tho different of Jarhmm tow bshlp. AlUn count), and h sides of tho Atlantic, havo received l lot ol petitions nfsinat rnmlHlnir In tsrm early cables and aro reaping their of pure lard uialnsl oWr. r. their vets. In dailv Inn est Iccsl tender currency fortmvuragenwaio . enlturo, and airslBst the owlon nf II With tho house closing nt nbout tho most Important tlmo in the day's donl-ing- s llot'SK-llll- ls Intro.liH'e.l Taylnj tho market adjourns nlmoit In a Owrns nt ronton. O. tl SSS In l)noni . J full satisfaction for prowrly twtnnKi.4 her body to Snorter's court Just outside ono Use.1 amlitmlrored b IJ S temp In fwrence of the doors, and frequently overflow. eounli.O In the winter ot s nn. . vublll into Throgtnorton street to tho perplexeoafcrrtnit urlidlclloii on the '" v Court of ity of the passing cabby nnd the won- claims to adjudicate the elnlnij' hclrsol Dudley I Smith, bile of tluyu .Km Va dcrof the uninitiated foot passenger. On the dais that the market I espe for a residence and Its eeatculis m.l ' r nnd out bul!dtK ami th 'r nl, all cially active the assembly does not dlv ileslroyist ill ir s war In perso alued at until o 30 or o clock In tho evenI fel Washisotov, March IT M'Si Senator ing, but members as a rule show uo ills Vixirliees introduced n p'llt i ihi position to loiter, and some of the ih. "kings" of the market aro nt all times l'cru itnd i lUircinK Co.. prdleji .. hagglsg chary of their presenco In the court, A n bill of Mr Tiiriwr ot lltorKtn, I'eCcr hi for rotion ihi the free llt, st reduced a bill to itUMr.li an i ! ' . ciperl number of outsiders nlwn.is mingle W'ASIHN, r 1, ilk bef, r '.nato. t .irUst mil Mnvrllirr) spoke tor th f.Uklnifrh r iin.l Hi ImiT.ni mi'iiis an, nrif Unit nu iiririMilhiii i. ins. Ie tors survey f t I itri.i Imt session, irit S nml hiriwrs eomrrltire. LONDON'S AMEKICAN MARKET. II Ian I'liirr Vt hlrli Is lull nf llutleniid wir ti f 1 -. C Ih-h- ind 1 i , lir i . K 1 I'riiniMiig Mlintloii "lisi i r tlw i ext lob jiitnpluv fiiiiiiasiihsiiiiiiitltoiMit.il) itn t msr in. tropolts In a fow rni a w ill b. tno t by of - .iiisin, ami this, ihi, wlilmiit SiqH'rlor, tlioefToitnnd stiugglo through Mhieh tu tertor towns buio iuisul vhllo Uectlng. t t nllbi jcar or two ago thosnino thoiixcriigoiiinn did not stop to think that Miiicriornan ui.iiinHilst of tho watt mud rail termini nt one end of tho lakes Is In tho siuiie positl ii ns HulTiiIn nt Hi I titer ml. Knjures mo tmiiitenatlnR unless glwn lunsir-tnlitletly, htilcoui'Htrtsouanroiilway 'lhiS lillin HuMior, orulltisl In its last census m Itli oul) !M,tm) people, haudlid tnoro isial last oar tlinn did Clilmigot of giiiln, U nhippisl tilniteen million lmahels) of Hour, sixteen liiinilrtsl llinusnnd barrels, of wool, font itilllion Hiiiud of ineruhaii disc, to the Miliio of thirteen iiiljllmi del-la Of nil lake i Hies thla btislnoss was second onlv to Chicago lu Itingliltu.le. I hero Is no economical reason for this c of things Ills that tho rail raic n freight sent west of Lnkfl Mlilugan la o e mile, w Idle the water rata enl per ton Is "lie tenth of run cent Kr ton or liule 'I his oltlou lit tho exlietno western end t Lako (superior Is what tho t IL of Nj iierior Its prestige, ami la making It gr vt faster than I'lilengoeiei'illiL llesldis ona hundred and ono siiialhr liidustrial eon corns, Hiiii i. r has lnuit.il liciit e lit largo iiiamifiieiiirlngeiiteipriseslii the past an eighteen months. Including tho Aim llirgo t'oiiipmn, tho bulldera of the toaael, will. Il r. ruinous wtislohnek" ur Iiitlnniilng tho Inko and iivaii ntiigtrniln 'Ihe tueun eight lusi.t tl s uIkiso tiieiitloiitsl, liioliulo Iron mid si plants. Hour mills, atovo fnuinli lea, whs a lactones, pump innkira, shipbuilders ati'l saw and shlngio mills. Tho most iwiiwiii tho business men m tho Northwest I. e thalHtiiH'rlor v dig mv fust, r In tho t it a ten eirs than am other i It) la that Ixirous section of His ootlhtr.) , and man of ilioin claim that t hlengo, ht l'ntil, M and Mil ivaukeo hill o Inner seen ihe ruplil grow th Hint dl comn lo tlio hen i ol tho great chain of lake aud tho rlty of Superior Ir llbo tnio that tho man who Is his o n ollent, then them ui lawter has a foul tuns whoiBll Is nntexiHxIlent tokcepouc oitn counsel Hasten Transcript. A (Neiv orli t'i ly ln flood Jitdgi n sav th i n calities In nohli o f Ii , ii,,, n s .i, )U ,ym"7r",wu"""cctlr.n h'hllioo.l i uo i. h lli.int VllJ'r"r l',w ,0"!'a K used Mirlousreinedlea. caused by '"luiil to In boxes. ' nHiirt Hold onl -- l,ousu.idutirijt...luXll; HHtingi aV,!!.iCrhi,,ATS,r.,.,,u,,,!,,"!r ' " ., nunn leather tiirwlaiisuut pre-- ' - '"lis s, wo W' ll'.W'lb" MU"M or,,' ""Ion 1 )ourlliii'lyorotiiia onpt uy. in I'oadacho llko AlldruggisU. fslu, .c,,t0 uoiersaw tliibiti.l' n.n IfM. nl Irion Inirt a bon. of contiiitlm wltli throw It to ihu dogs -l- loslonirniia Uia:ii I" iretl!ron.nJbirB0lt iitinj k n ddia ioiw" "v""' uu im I)arn nl ltn fumuin r lVi v.--..- "'"' r1""" I a i lr &fw2?s lSJOYS ONLY TRUC THE IRON TONIG KltlSllYS, muui 1.1 ...b..il. ... .. I., ai Ik m MH iiurtfr moon tp1KK alia. 1 OX 15 i 1 frs V ston-hous- e i ilt i B- v - out-hous- e , hall-waj- r always larger than the right, presuma bly because, while nearly every man uses his right nrtn to lift a weight or strike a blow- - ho almost Invariably kicks with his left foot, while the loung cr stands on his left leg nnd lets his right fall easlly.ltecuuso he has learned by experlenco that thit Is tho lest attitude he can assume to prevent lassitude and fatigue This constant bearing of the weight on tho left foot makes It w Ider than tho right, and It often happens that a man w ho tries on a shoe on the right foot, and gets a close tit has to discard tho shoes altogether because ho can not endure tho pln cnuscd by tho tightness of tho loft If. when riding on a street car, you will take the trouble to notice, jou will see that in laced shoes tho gap is smaller on the right foot than on the left, while w.th button shoes tho buttons havo to lie set back ten tlmos on the left shoo to onee on the right. Chicago Herald. too Itrwanl too. The readers of this pajer will be pleased tohsim that iliereis nt least one dre.bd iltsoase that sclonee has txen able to o Hull'i in all lis stages, and thatlsCutMiilv islUio cuib Caturitl tun. is tl.e only Cjturrti known to tlin tnedleul frato ml renuirea n telng a eotintitnttunal ooiisilluUnnal treaUnenl Halls Cilarih Curo Is taken liitoruuily, aurra.-osn- illn-ctllice uism the blocsl and iiukoii tlio loiiinlattoa aj atom, theruby desi 0 Ing too imllriit of tho dlseasei, and Kl'" slrength by bul.dltig uj lh ronstluillOH and assisting ualuro In doing ll work. The with the throng N Y. Telegram. proprietors hivo so mutli faith In Its cuts. IIVOHlSt'r, UlBl Ull'y Ulirr uuuiiHnu.. Hollars for an oaao that It full to cure. The Dlnercnr In 1 hubs. Sscn.l for ll of testirmmtala. The right arm is always a llttlo Address, V J CHKNT.Y.SCO., Toledo, O. W by Hrugptsis, Jfto. larger than tho left, but tho left foot Is u-- Hotli tlio uirtlioil ntul ri'sitlu when Syrup tif 1 ig, is tnl.cn; it U iilcnsntit nml rvfrcsMnp tu tlio t.itc, itml nets ccntlyjct promptly on tho Kiilncy, Liver ntul JioMil-i- , cUiiiiscs tho system clleclihllv, ilt'pils colili, s nml fevers nml runs li Initial Is tho contipntio!i. Fynip of only roiurcly ot ila hi ml ever produced, )lening tu tho tuito nml no- eeptnhlo ti tlin alomncli, proiuiil in ' ita notion nnd truly beneficial in iu hesil-nrhecfli-cts- a.raay i ww lltlurn ir . ir r sa,icauitsea( iiinpt tlon. roiati a d a er All rrnu n r ieir aJccDtiUup -t "( raiuj utcl m ' . rrs-witIJ.'-l'- I 111 I IV' I irtirA I III IT A anfferlngl f ulb, lli.pelislai. I irrt- lltltac lrU,If11 4llif-- ili itfsl. I trra irani tlln.li ml.itn Mjo.r linreaaee, b. nea lirft, ium. f"rr " tl" I r. m c nn i,J; tit. OK. IURTER MEDICINE CO., SI. Leull, YOUNG MOTHERS! irilrft liiBinrol fffrtu lo l,lVof.lfhr-iiiItntim It n Ojfft" t on il frilled v liH. "MOTHER'S FRIEND" ill. nt al.lher'a l'cle4" I nirarxti.ai Hill pan ai 1 .1. 1 n i Mra la tarn Mlnni ai l lot Jaa ANSiKiltna r rfea a ..n rMll e .mi I IV ! - l' l.. M I , pttarcd onlv from tho moil 1 healthy ninny ex aBreenhlo nl cut I'Uiilillc.qiilitiincF, lis coninietnl It r- - Arirauiits i'lilii. Horror rilltlieilliHf tiiK llt'K. dlev, ., to nil n popular Syrup ami 81 ! havo nmilo ly known. tie it tho tnoit iir !'. llll tlll'llil.ll oui rad ' fur salo In 00o hy nil Irndjiip iliui, A v relLililo gists. drttn,tt who may n t lavo it on hand will pro euro it promptly for nny ono who wishes to try it. Do not ncoopt auy I Itn IIii I.IM'I. v Itl ah. III iaiu.iT I. thelle4" .. l.t'ltlll -- l' ef . aSk Pll5tili.te ! CALIFORNIA 10WS FIO SYRUP CO. Qj-rlo- sld to "Hln 1 toll you what tni llloMs'' ask.sl lnrberrv ' Ve ' r limea last u ght and Hire this morning." said llarton, wearily Til First-Class lv HI r HAkCHM. CiL ur. ror. fr nr. ' New It.iute lo CulnriliK 1 ) lli i V i I y r i step-tatlw- . l.nerro"ton. .1 unitle aixilrntM 'eltfcl la wily ie,ulr.l. Toll'a Ttor One bottle . IJirI"IIUarirrsrs't ollti ycaUl ofAitj;t! l'lowcr cured tne It was Cklcago, 111. Jslewmlo ll,eerniiilil riirrol . COSHVtNESS anil HEADACHC - the mmoiUtlng poMtivt wrtlioiie lttindrcd dollars Ihi ni tiinxr retnalnliilha TtiTlenill.t amiI on th liter, Snittli, T M audOcti, man who eotuvs and g"es at one bidding -- tonic- -' ll.ry 'tm iml I Iticw oll.lleaii.l llialr toiilo Hallaa News I have Mcrchir luwitsctid Out Mitaliiial I (iioixrlle li..rt uurrto lb used it scitfot coiistifiatiou and Item m mend llarlf. rliU relliotls lllll.rislllir celllliula- . tl.uis. i ' . biI tti(ril'4 It is the itvurvdt::c The Oarrett fVuo .Mi.hlno, taantifoc dyspvp. ilirroutllieiiae . riltrwi tllll I'lllcfP torr.1 by M, If OurrrHt, Maa.rtel.l, O , Is In 'bcMx.ll. ; V. rlu.i..ol C Knell. Ire' Irs, IV. time aul'aik I'l aacisMsful oporatioo In overy Hlato aud I P luiu tur, I'a A Xrhetne That Called. " iarmer Dru;gis Terr Iter) la uio t niuai Mates - tna, blnea al ono of An Ingenious youth employed to should bo without It oneUk- I bo best and of but t jj t."0HI0" sweep out a N'ew S'ork hank, dovtitrsil tBs fence fB.sbjthatIs oan ! built Wr te cIMMpost WELL price ot attention for a considerable prtod to io thalsvi a.klrwss far wnole-wlgnthering up the crumbs from tb tills fBoolHg RWtorial dlteol from the fuotory to DRILL Uki farmer. Heuro lo HjractAla In the shupo of corners and other lilts of notes such ns get torn ott" ami wnh i I nmi Well M if warns but Hit e li re Ul mv an J a' a I fl J Ail Mac Mrr, T 4 t isajy fall nlxnit In any place where dollars rrneral ih.i.g l.e a geitiBg It llmgham' i ' . lat riiH.al .lattM In tho courso of time. In- lsuder nrc counted I ! LOOitIS A NTMtN ri J I got together n quantity of scraps ami Th sUaeton Imllan Iteservalloii JJJIP. ' run- M.III Nil I'atlM " Tin tii,s oiuo a k sent thepi to the redempt'on bureau, nt In South Ihikntu will b oiued . settle ,rss SrIvaUou Oil I r i i okii a W ashiugton, In n !ox, with the explanan. BMHit on or about April lath, reservation enaiptlscs sooto af the choicest tion that they had been eaten by tnlco. farming nnd a .eep lands Ile stated tho amount at two hundred raising la Dakota for deUlkal ml t al a p'lriwses l'r dollars and asked for new bills in ex- addrisss W K IVwalt, tiuaral Imm gration change Ills littlo game wns betrned Agnt, Ctalmgo. Mllwaukes cV h 1 aul on the face of It by tho faet that the Ilallwa), Chicago, IIL S. S. pieces forwarded repreaonteiL If anyTmb truth ol the saying "To b fore- thing, not less than ono thousand dovarned l to l focwnti!" often ics. ive of llar. The usual atlldarlt wan demand- itsatf Into a quBsUon of ajiovd Columbus ed from him, swearing to his los; but 111. J. Chont? makes ah th it w the senior partner he had not thought of that requirement Ti! pleaasnt coating of IWcbam' Illla and larked the nerve to glvo it, luckily sotsplcteljr dlsgvUes the Uato without ImL. , vlmn huMness in the f the firm of F. J. Cheney f. r himself San Krnneiseo Argonant pairing tiiclr ernclency. ii cents box lUnd-MiNall- y Klootrlo Cars Ughtcsl rundalh U twen t hl'Bgii (Ima vixtho (short Lino a Uneoln and tmr 3f tho I hlcavro Ml wnuVie A. M Haul It y Clilotvri to Umshs -- and th llurllngtoa Iloute lltuahn to l.ln.oln ail Hour or liaio Ch oago (X) r M , arrive Omaha I lia next morning, iHmver aecoad mornlug I or sia, but breakfast, faco nnd hands washeil, ready for biilnes or pleasure, finio and money j Flower saved. AllCoupon Ticket Agonla In the troubk t'nlbsl Htaioa and Canada Ml tlckeU U tho Chicago. Mllwauke t M I'anl H'v, or College address l,es II nranoM urnerni rna hcuilacl, HulWIng; and Ticket Agt, a- 'August Flower" i v Latest Siylts L'ArtDuLnModo. l (1 la T I ololll ti lUHT nan ill ih I,h.s IllHlcita. ita i I m ft w e . 1 -- ! II ISM il J Vlllllsl I ! iia i.s. l'.klut..r. ,i. ) aw aM ai u troubled with dyspepr n fair tnnl of August ' II Young. D.itiKhtcn Hirrodsbttrfj, Ky I had u Irml from thccxntloti ear itcfltl 'M's Tiny Pills Tririre-ntlullnMirlnll-- rlaatiMiMIlllllwrakriMllirlr f 'TU 1 ol l"'P ri. o jir "' BORE WELLS --iWsc-0)1 VlWaaaaP-MHT-- HALL'S City if Toledo, Lucas Co., State Ohio. -- "To bo near Miss ! his marriage, the girl Is growing a o older, a little plainer, a little more careworn, and wasting her youth In waiting for a man who. In most caes, finds borne one more attractive, and breaks the engagement If girls will look around at the great number of girls who haie "waited" for some poor man to their sorrow, they will probably hesitate boforo entering Into an engagement that promises to bo long nnd fruitless, nnd that le.nes them worn out, 'and with no faith in human nature at the end. Very often a girl who is waiting for n j'oung man to become rich, throws uway tho real opportunity of her life; very often she Is a slave to the caprice of a man who finally deserts her. Veiy often under such clrcum stances a woman gets a wrong Idea ol life, nnd nevuses the world of fnults it In not guilty of. In a waj men tnke very good care of thcmselies, for the reason that they accept tho lessons ol life, hard though they sometimes nre, hut women mnko tho mlstnke of trust lng too much, and suffering needlesslj for it Atehlson Olobe. "A merry heart maketh n cheerful countennnee." salth tho wise man When you go to visit tho sick nnd 'carry blight cheer with you; It is more tlian medicine more than meat 'and drink. A single bright flower will disperse a large and frowning cloud ol gloom If the a filleted ono Is poor and In need, go not with empty hands, but give, as the Lord hath favored your own store, of tho "wine that maketh glad the heart of man " Never was u slnglo pain assuaged by sympathetic lit-tl, Washivotos;, March 51 -- Srnate Sn i i When most pretty girls reach nine Sherman presented large numtwr of pcUt some poor teen thej- become engaged to signed byrltttrnsof Ohio ur legislation to pr vent ihe Immigration of i . j'oung man. nnd ns ho hasn tthe money pcrs and . rtinlnala, and favoring a ronstltui r to marry on thoy wait until lie lias al amendment providing that no state shi saved It Tho waiting process Is a long grant the right of nuITrsgr to any pernon n ' a nnd tiresome one. W Idle the young citizen of the l'nltd SlabM Ho also la'romail is having a good time, spending iluce.1 an Important bill to amend the act o1 ninety cents and saving ten cents for June a) 1"TA, which authorises tho appolctment - The War at It. II, IWlli Ind. lolunteorii. In tne amount or d by him In recruiting his compan) r rapturously, "I would bo her "I dnro say," said his sister, sarcastically, as long ns you had no heavier duty than that of answering the belle."- - Baltimore American. clared Itosebud." he de- servant Th Only On l.vrr I'rliilrtt-Ca- moans. j not dlsgiiico a gentleman to become an errand boy or n dny laborer, but it disgraces him much to become a knave or a thlof, and knavery Is not the less lemtvery because It linolvei. largo Interests, nor thet the less theft because It Is countenanced hy usngo. It Is an Incomparably less gulltj form tif robbery to cut u put so out of a man's pocket than to take it out of his hand on the undoistaiidlng thnt you aro to steer his ship up channel when vou do not know the soundings. Huskln, There tiro three unchanging 'cts vl?.: Sin, Miffei Ing, death "I Is a main function of religion to meet these - It dots union will vote In favor(of Chicago as the plaei ol Homing tlio next nnuuai convention of the trade n Old (oil llier,itiir (lend. Robert I'lTTHiit unit, I'd., Mnrch 10 M. lllackburn, tho oldest coal operate r In Western Pennsylvania, having been In tlin business for venrs. is dead. 'I ho deceased was very wealth, and was known turlcnneti from lilts- burgh to Jcv Orleans. Hot for Twenty. I'onr Years. Hi'Iinh, .March lit Tho first x edition that has occurred in .Sw it rlnnd since lisfiStook place Trldny nt I lecrne. 1 ho culprit was an Italian nnm. iij.ittl, who after outraging Mil Ii en, n toucher, murdered her II.M executed by tho guillotine. The Slorni'a lrtlni. Nasiivii.i r, Tenn , March I'l A telegram from tho upper (umiiorland brings news of the denth of ono a raftsman who was fr en (to death in tho big snow storm His wlfo Is unconscious from tho cold nnd not expected to recover. 'I he Inillali i'a Cargo I iiIh.Ii i Lllttu, March 1'J. Tho depar'ure of tho first train carrying provis nssont from America to the distressed tncts , was mado occasion for a gre rc. mony, American find Russian Mk.,als being toasted amid tho playm , av flftv-snve- n , Hob-ertso. March St llollerinakeri limit I.ei llnnra. LIVr.STOCK-Cat- tlr ConirooBt t to m.t' Hostov, March 82. Tho Iloilerrnak ( noice iiutehcrs in 8 i to meeting voted to HfXJS Comraoo. . iI 40 rl 4 fl ers union at It Hood take decisive action in favor of tho re- SIIKKI' parkem choice . S Oual to u n 10 r.Mlls-Ilutrh- rs s duction of the working hours to nine it e ; 3 10 W.OIK -- Winter Family per day JVhat this action may lie, 3IIAIS Wiitat No.: rod .. . The o 3 red however. Is not yet divulged Cixc-in-ia- of reccli ers of national hanks i Asking Hoise. I'etttlons presented gnss to prevent contmcu discrediting the legal t nder currency asking ttc United St. relief to the famine stricken suffer. r of Itussln.and prayiug for restriction of Immlgrn tlon Mr Outhwaltc sueccedesl In afi ly Ing the military appropriation bill through h The only choice mado were In u. house shape of a few email additions made on the floor, at the aucgestlon or Mr Outhwalte him Mr Goodnight of K mucky, made hit self bOW lu 0.U Itultee as U i,ieaNer oil the turlff rjuestlon There Is a 3 Inch riitplar advertisement In this pHitr, this wessk, which has ntwo words aliiio cicepl ono word Th saino it truo of each now one nppoartng nu h week, from Tho llr Hurler Medici no Co lhi .mse i ii i a 'Crescent" on everything tnei iriH.eaiiil publish jnolt for it, send them the nun of tlio word nnd they will nturnjeu book, beautiful lithogruphs or Mmples free tliellor.ir ii tou find Citv of Toledo, County and State aforeiJ, ami that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for end. and of Horcheund and Tar re- every case of Catarrh that cannot Iv curvd by the use of Hals' Hon; lieve wh"li-lnrob. Ilk Tootltac be l)ruia Cur In one mlnuta HALL'S CATARRH CURIi. s Tiisbs la uo mora fiiltaful frlnd tbuB a A vii'a mortfraRM Je.s lire after Mm. t'olunibus 1'ost So .lo Ills -- arcll fed doc Dallas News. M &-77- PuAy out who tuet art.- - Hani I'rorLr w1h hare to lire slono never a Horn. find this-- Sworn to before me, and subscribed in my presence, 6th day of December, A. D. 1889. a Mil Ml! M IIMil, Notary Pi ihic. A. W. GLF 0 I. It l o so., HALL'S )ATARRH CURE IS JAMN It Ii nhvayi proper to oall upon tho superintendent of street to "mend his w a s " Boitoii Commercial. THE MARKETS. INTERNALLY, j RCOKIHlUtT .in - Ikdif 'i iisii directly and miKOus sulfates. at. s the Itl'MsJ CATARRH THSTIMONIAIjB II .' I i.i niti-iloitii" : Corn Oils It)e-N- Crime, p r bbl r bbl NKW VOIIK. PtllTIl-fa- lf to fsnov .... nitAIN W red No S ri-COItN No llnlio.l, now Oats mUisl 0 I'OItK New mess LAIID Wtalern slearn AIM'I.l--s POTATOKS-Tr- lOllAf I. nod Leaf rk ... Ijird I'rlmi steam nun y lo choiced.iir I'rlrn crrsirnery ti;nVIMOS'b-Mi.uuoi ItAY l'rltiw lo choice iil No S mixed No S mlied ... . laf . . ;j Si cine t.o riltin-Wlat- er aitAIN-Wheal-- Vo imlonu 2 No SChleuvo Corn No 1 POHK-- t rcsl aprtng 4 Oats. Nn Mi LAlUi-SUs- im as ON I1AL1IMOIU. rilUIt-nitnOltAIN-tMieot-- uy Ntt feel " ami 3Ialari.il, typlioitl or t0 irrtj asc t t rim im atsiut tL rful bilious fevcri njiritiK from it all a sorts of .licenses. Don't take any risk. Dr. Piereo's Golden Jliilie.il Hull's Catarrh Cure Is Sold by all Dealers in Patent Medicines. Discovery invigorates tlio Hjntetn PRICE CENTS A BOTTLE. aim lejK'is tiise.tc. it starts tho torpid liver into healthful action, THE ONLY GENUINE HALLS CATARRH CURE IS purifies and enriches tho blood, and restores health nnd tifjor. Ah an MM rAlTUIH) ItV appetizing, restonitivo tonic, it set at work nil tlio jitoeeHscs of digestion and nutrition, nnd builds up lleslt nnd strength. For all diseases that como from a di.oi tiered liter nnd impure blood, skin, scalp and Testimon .. sent free on .11 j lititi 11. imitations, scrofulous affections, it's the onlv j remedy that's guaranteed. If it doesn't benefit or cine in every case, you havo your money bick. You pay only for tho good you I VA AIVIT" " " ittosnirioN iv o, nATiirii " WW -- l la'Na' ' IT Y)l II r MH V AMI Ol Tl II AM) COM II 111 get. when you The feed is jAantcd "used -- "up." WAITIIAI.I. 1 tO llrtsysN Ilorac Malta ( larrh 111' i ifra ur, Kr or wrvoar that tilkra n 11 I D i'K'MIS Ilelruii M h iisjlil ill (To t nf Ila at atarrh ( 1 ai ion It II 1 1 Mfsi'V Srctlan.1 llatt.aara. 'II. a t itutrti 1 rc rotaplfto v cur .1 uir hi air , J . t a HiMI'MJN unMarnuraanil-- W ftV tcryaava-I. arrli I t ret if II I t I 75 CURE rf Yni J F, J. CHENEY & CO., TOXiHUDO, O. iu:vki: or ATTENTION, WORKINGMEN! tt' 2. . . Corn MUed Oats Mlitcl I,AIU-Ilel!ncd Muss CATTLK-l'lr- at 1IOOS aitAIN-Wheit-No.2 IOltK .. . .. . . au illty Itoil INDIANAI'OMS. Corn Outu-riXDUH-WlnNa No ' .' ,. . 5 U 40 31 IS lir hi M OKAIN-U- Cor POKK LAKU- Lorisvu.M. n;itii it Na.'rril ,. I 1 n U 2s 01 Tho worst cases yield to tho mild, soothing, cleansing and healing properties of Dr. .Sago's Catarrh Hemedy. That's why tlio proprietors can, and do, promise to pay 500 for a cast) of Catarrh in tho mmmtmammmK Head which they cannot euro. Wbcroi'iu fliKlatiunilanco of work nt ral ruin it u til mm. Ihiiwormr .TlalarUi. ?rKlilifila, ki.mI rhiirch. uuila'ttira 11. tti.t "Ol""!- - uperidr Wisconsin V V 1 n 1 i . 1 1 11 11 1 OatK Mil ft Ely's Cream tiiii'Ki.1 1 4' 3.1 4 ttonal anthems. M -k t I'M 0 M UULU Kl I n n 1 be IIV 1 'iui:s IS'sWB.BSs ur 1 n RiurmfB iltAUl BalmippS hi sting fiom death Hence, religion, too, must be pciinancnt, and the church, In I urge Meteor this sense, nuchiiiigmg -- Canon Liddon. 111 ill ISO rox. In., March ID. A largo II i)j0 In the steeple of ciery human llfu and bountiful meteor ished hnngs a bell, which by and by will be- northern sky here, filling thehaMng gin to toll a solemn knell. 'J ho bell with light nnd leaving u strong spark, rings tho j ears In before It ting usout ling Hull It burst Into Irogiuviiu DenV todeliier from sin, to lelieiosuffeilngnnd to tnke away the fncts uprlvl lleiigii. JO Chnii. on C'aprlvl hns res'gnod 'I ho r. 'ion ' it nf of Cnprivl was proieded cdlltr, minlstur of pubi Count structl m. 'I ho eiisls roso o nbaudr nmeut by tho goicrnm i f ho ediic.it Jim! bill. Chain i llor t Hi hi in, March I WSOIl Scimicn zm a'lii I. .ii Apil . Hnim Ifilo racll noilrl' , tutus Wmiriirt N t.in. n 'ii I'DilMhtatra lor an thn ilmniaolRi't-,l!'...'.". "" luiirt of .M I'Ortn a few yt ira Iwtin iry vuT tit h THE rillMSiwou i.tr mi Mi:K"r nml whliliuill In LAND AND ""Ps.tV!.. fc RIVER IMPROVEMENT CO. una i.nprli tr n f i . 'I ti linumiHiKi yuiimiy iiMiluii.Tirnilt jou lu uy tin m fn monthly lilli I M) tu 'lh Imtml Inauilmi lit im mrtfir Hun n n ntnl of aui Ii f. I up iv mmtii'nn I.I om.lnl y htutmiiuur hua tipuiirilaul 3NI) lut n port nil uirloiia inn n .1 in n .(id HillImliirirlal nml liPP'r ma uml lirm v h r of in! Inn n it mr airuion uunyoi iu iiipiiijingiiUrpu iiuiniKruf liniuln luii'a, YOU Will FIND this the BEST TOWN in AmeriM In RRDW IIP WITH ! ,r ami tim ie,,iuw,ma kKOSES aMJAMtAssi B0ILINU WATER OR MILK. GRATEPUL-COMFORTI- NQ. wjjj rrs nr . PLANTS flA0"63 EPPS'S r 4 a at Bam DEFORMITIES! sr!?rrV "Vi,.VJ..tl He .Al" luiti.n mcily fnr 1 nu ' l$rz$JtK 1. Mi I 1 l n im.1,11 I X. L. Cuylen tin) fji.h's suifuge. mmm cocoa Tni..Da l'lao t.l lu l rc, Cntarrh uml I 11 la thn up: at . at I S,.'!',.V?, '", Aillraaallfc aa.lJ.llm.M.laia. ii 0..KJHitiiru,l:oW.k.r'.1l...lr.lJ(.CUci.o,lU. AX a IIIU rarIK in-- f a .in. FOLKS REDUCED, 'iini pa. I '(rMtiirTinff.nni.rinirnlrriri I ... I.. lun Ui.lll. .....H.l.mll.l ana " t'W .!., till II Pllll r II A no (cuvnw. LABELLED LB, TIN9 qY. Wt, SotJi . i llateliluo, WuriBB. I'll, uKisticrmitliyinall I J30B I. triiu.N ttmii.MJ ni AinTinur;iti i'Li:tat talataal Tt W Iht Al.MUaial In tkla A N Iv " I ' W hri ' iutete$MmULK mmmmusmm wmwYimtimMmmmywi taaEaHWaanaau.LTs(i1ui. .? lr mssssssssms. uLijuiii'rmfitem, .s.rv