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Mice THE HICKMAN COURIER! TH OLDEST XBW8FAFBR WESTERN KENTUCKY. J, 1892. AND CA5IKL. I TS Hi.. FINE JOB PRINTING KXKCUTKD TITI IEATNBSS AID DiSPATCl BILLS, .apH BALK ENVELOPES, KAkm - Jkciion Street, neit door to City lUIL GEORGE WARREN, Editor. 1 - -- JLk? P rlco of .Subscription, CURRCNT TOPICS. 50 LETTER HEADSh LL HEADS, INVITATIONS. ffl ETC., ETC ESTABLISH!:!) 1859. JIICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY. KY., FRIDAY. APRIL flACE WAR. VOL. XXYIl pngo NO. 23. CAJLL AJTO SEE TJS. ' '..' pcnks Itt'oWe ngungen. TllK Chinese nro beginning to show up In Africa A Nova Scoti vn mother give 'lr tli Jo ui.iilrupli,t four days npirt Utir.i: time ns iniiriy herring ' remanmed na nny oilier Wind of lUli. Is slated Hint ISO of Virifltiin post olllces nro'in chnrge pj women Hr.i. iivaiik sent iIcs,flir of untlra wood to lie exhibited nl Hie World's fair, O.N tho bth of Apitt Missouri school "hlltlrcn nro expected to set out (0 0OJ Tim king I'l Urocce f tnohlli. In or X The oMi liiilKirlaiiee rturltiK II Hrl liuur. r riling wh Ihi-lr-o tt alruinrilrrrir-lliiirilty- . Thi KENTUCKY JTATB NEWS. I rKl.l.in lirr.lltiK. rnANKroiiT, Morrh (1 -- StKAu Tlie teiui'lut lo.Klb'eUitkaiiil uli.lf i,, ,ir rrUr MAn Hie iioiino ifnM.li It ont ( bALisuuity Replies to Mr. Wharton's March 22. Nolo of ;JVHOLE3ALB MURD13H. , l.il I ineM of nine pro Hull bill" I., thrre 1 1 UllvattANeaupvttiire II wan .' tlonll. iunlflr IhrworUlnnmii amiuotirion rnrp inlieiiiitt.ii f f.it rclloa trees. A urn iinurrcnhKiiU'raitiitiintlic ein HcllMi in MM. h ur Inten vote Ihln nmrninr 11il ewtlwa i i the tliwlri: Innir uf llii. jolW bnr ,uy. Newman r.iuht forapnn "Mietoiilrij thf in at (1 Itiatmd nf I o'clock, M ,n by the iMitaralMlua kb't-- frmrl tin Mil lire o'c liwk a the niml rh tlwr huur eidi .1 u;mn u ,.fCilon ni.rti the i roaclnd io!nfl to KHWrt ere ,, xr.w cubic to connect tho Central Ainorlcati stale (villi Cult Is toon to lr laid. t.Aar yenr Missouri raised enough flaxseed g;s.ov0 bushels- - to poultice tho Mate. Igr Maiumi: I'atn thinks tliat fclnjiif should bo (might ton chlUl as soon ns it can r.peaW. ArTr.u,)iaiiitt'rii!Hia duke of I'.dln. ;Uri;)ii1U,nitv,ricliititjBmeiiiU:r,t)( tlio "" rtynl family. 1'kaciim, ktr.it berries nnil nil rarli vegetal hs In Mlsklslipl were hilled by tho cold mun t. A I'liit v tun nil v jeweler committed Milol.to by pulling lilt hood tituler a r. Meam-hnmmc- Till: annual rrnp of HnglUh walnuts Id Southern ( al.'ornln reaches n million anil a lialf poMnd It la a gross i of etiquette for it ( lilnamnn to near or spec Iwt-wlejr-glaaa- than thrin i.rw l'lir.Mll iialjil plnlr with comic plot-ir- r mill explanatory InejuU help nt tho ilinnir tdhle. I'ATtl nnil llernlinnlt w III cll Mow-er- a ut the roioinK fair In Sew Yorlt fur of the netor'a funil. the Tlioraii Walra li tloteriorntiaa. uml eifii the lanjntagr U Hy lfif out, there U n colony of 50.000 rUhnien In l.on-iloto-rt- br'NAion (aiin.i. aay tlint there Mens tivvei any ihur men In public life laelra In roniinny t MjHik Twain U iuu .li.in ll.v m.uIIi of K'lropn, IIU daitKlileni remain In llertin to llnlth their mulcul wluca on. Tiik Auttrtnn war intnTter U nlwint In rktahlMi n tnlinnl to tqarli pmrtlrnl tlloonllir for tinny uej in tune of (III rohl sply rue "1 rike of plrtirfty nnil pnrumoiiln brlnjja rn allh plac"il nnvj oer tbo client In Irmii rvli( prHcnl linger (NfaitMln itencli lrei are mi-- f ully graltol Willi row tiitH. thus i;iirea of rmi, hil n ml pi nil 1 v u. inn U a leiiffth niimK To otop bleeding apply ten lrBree.or n pitstr of Uoar ami lnrrar. II U Mid thatMtra4iipio( ml lenthur ill ktnp It immetlMtely A I'liTlllrlrit hnmnii body m totien lo. 1 whoMi St llemnrtl iltr Ih (Jitalirr-tlilehi u w liiehos lneha nml velpht la o tern yuan rcriiliy. The body wm Imriel als ago. by vUilah alxmt ISO lire were Uiet, waacaUM-- by u kpitefut nun ir. At a i:radli.p. I'll., nodding the other day. amiHiK the uetldln preenla a diplayed n HWnil coiulgnmvul of d It U 1.0 Wl at Anderlue. that the rocenl mine evplo-i- n honiK-luait-e mm)v 1 lorvncc NilitlUHale ! onri of ntre, Imd Ir fee 1.1 o hcnlih rvmdtlii from a prolong I'd nltnett of the xrlp. hxoKK an Inltnmeil wound v botdms It over the fnmeo( burning cloth, nool or knimr for n ijHarter of tin hour rud the palvi n II he taken onU loiiXj 1. si t.i iv in nnHOMoc that In the fntare) he propotos tr hold tin i.rapp'rii reepontllilc for all tin (nendty allHaloiik to hlmnelf Till, lull pnaed by tho Miinviehiiem li. tme o repreMntatlvi forblibl m; the rlr.lli.ni iHdal judca of Tiik fumoua eettty-ln- ii. o 1 puns nnd on tired the fugitive Tho contents, consisting of . to teenriklte the l.ur. tit ifrrltulmrr. buckshot, tdmok '1 lllman In the lmck, oroVn-lo a tblril readlnt. and nMrd. ll Illou rr aninim to eirry ea n. and ho felt to tho ground, nfter which work of the on erimrleu w The bill Ihe murderers walked nwny, having acf v., m klllrd, ik4 the 'nt Hie r complished their work. trrrtln.-oirw le. ik.n bill, ehl.h wm The people In the house hoard the trrni rto H to artlrle T. lliifc-S- f trrl KlltloiM ep m ahots, but thought Tillman hnd made ere n-Irnilnif kBnlti.l Ibe rrjMratr roach art TV ifosl Ids escape until the old man went Itiiwlrr Mil a rrpurird from tbt JsdlirT lo tlie place, where ho found Tillman Itbuul imrb'tmviit. The bill U to tnlko tmi The wonndod man HkM frre to mlnUUOnJndbcliarge of lb r mortally wounded. us convoyed to the loiilsl.ina avenue MhiK,l cblWrt'iftWl fuuirl dutie, The i.temMII Ivlir rrnxt Mr lUtttw oBrPKl fi rrylsml and brought to this side; thu I kk uneadmret t. Or.ln.y itie mala purfW' ilnimoncd, nnd he was aiuhuluucii w.-iIhebUl llio retliMllou of watehwwe for. aairn4nWBlrrMaedi).iu Tito t III ri '. taken to tho hospital, where he lingered paMnt l a third reeilitv. wl ih' iMt i until 6 O'olock .Sunday evening, when dun to Ike hoeae wit. metion tnU'o i hr died, llr;t making n statement ns to eoiwldrr the arilnn of the Im.um- In ordrrlat i. who the pnrtlc that shot him were. btll lo thtnt lKltni: , On Saturday night a crowd of young KiiAkhroHT, Mirth 'l l effrred a btll lo repml ill law or J.". men left (Jrotim. and went to Harvey's anal. Almtit IS o'cloek.when the crowd ef ! amhortklitf; wuBlelwllUea to t tuckbobtrr. In soy erjrilcn. or lo makr . iiue out In front of the place, they loprlilor, for Ibe bearitt of ny n ere startled to Hnd the river bonk lined or Individual The SpaMluc Dull Milroniri tbe n.n NcgrocK. l:ery ono of the block up. Mr. NotitiiiH ifirr .eadlaf tn am. (. with menu to itrikr nut various Milium to eaatcb I men was tinned u ith n sbitgun, nnd the quantity to Mil the Mil. hh.tw! lo iadronlw mwd were drawn up In battle array, table ladeflr.t. each alsjut the feet apart. lwlw. A motion to m.1 theearrlnl iwatiuawnrnt fultownl. via As team ns the party of white men wa ihrn ibvldrd u. main. II a oi Tlie eleelleai liflt tank p the rrrrMlntkg llrm li had stopped out on the river bank, a aa irftrirddowti to Article It, Sacllon i Negro called out, "There' the w hite lloi'ic l'ratrau nere krfaln flle-- l thta iBtfa-J. Wo nm laying for yon; wenre f rvm ttm Mdorwl voln. rwtut Oa Mfuf dUt tbenonojif rolnfr toWUIeyoni- set S!f. I'rttJtrt MM tkeaul.fjjuiej the blacks run townnl Jtist Pprntlr nnd Norout, to itupow of rrrlala rulln-- f ' d fr When lie enmo up Nobles county pOTa ui I ble. m retwrlnt. wtih tale, ind WMpaaarxl The eemmttti 'Liri'4gnl"l Jack Tillman, the NeI U bel Inproieeacnia rirtr.t unfujn gro who was killed. Tillman said to .vTriit the Mlf of mtoril n. "y to sprnur, "I nm not doing anyin- Ike til.iutBK of din. o.lla ICUlnl A tnraidke Ml) waa farorii r . Ml thing; I nm not looking for trouble." ty Ihr mm rmamttlee, and MTnd Noble told Sprnur to let him pass, and readmr the moment that Tillmnn passed in -- he. ate.- - IT KiunKriinT.Marrh ielw front of the two the crowd of Negroes re..lullen lo defray ihr ripnea . ' n nnlH. eri'Tnted their shotguns nnd fired ii volmiliar ailtMtdltii; Ihr fun. nl of Srr k Hartria TfceroTrnior'aBoailBatlwiif J" illwul ley on the whites. The result of the i Nobles was lo tie etewuM of Ihe IrcMr minded to lire wns disastrous. csun Eethrr with the lt Irli nwtaocul a 0 wounded by mixed shot in the head, inllti-ri the i Urfrnno. ihrn name rei-- f legs, nnus, fneo nnd neck, nml received i 'wry eetuto auatalaed Oo Hrowa Tl omtnUaton aent up bttle uf the full, n . lilies: n ball from n pistol In his cheek. - rwuul received a pistol bull In the Kduealluni il.kft-n- t ami dleirlbuu I (unde, rrprrarmatlont tnvlreol iVbtnra jaw, just Kdow tin' left ear. Sprnur Inieattrjenta, etr bviwihrnoat, h .ami liewns shot In the stomach nnd chest by : fraultalent aiI i 1. r.Uul tbeert rMVeynnrr. hltoiaand luaullce, i. n n.t aer--i bird shot, nnd llanlltwis shot in the .i.st Into head with mlxwl shot, nnd was hit on Ikir.n'f the cltllerale' jurlra-au- tv iiinra-ti.rraml as.l prilt Jartw. ko otitiln. the head w Ith u club nnd knocked down. a Jury IMmiind pay tberrfor. mode t eel. ' t. r imo priirril proTi.kHi PAT RCONEY DEAD. f.ir the llofvfc. llUtc tatrmlori'd' To pri.i Mil tnnronlnc th lll.r.ittnn'n in ii,a Xicitol for of eni,niiiti,ii,t innjorlty lii remlu-Hutnt aiirrinvlttllaiMWfer a man meat lo Joel T Karl w rtpnrlo.1 (n.1, Mr IViMi. a or.l. r..l To ll njonil rrailinif Ptwy Hill a bill lo ruy rorciMr'a lurlra MM umlir cotikWi rnllon lis retrt elesetl I'liAMKronr. llanh a! -- SENr icnul. r U'nrtlm till m jirorlile for a utt t the tUt.-let)tnrlouachrltbl Intlltntlon of p.t'1! .fonto cominttno iturlrii iiuLl1oel"n. A libra up imt bf Mr Siyre, of the(ir4lei,llJl for IuJci'dr iM1 ..n. Iltuttnn, umel. The retaliation irirlnK Mary II Yuurur the amount vhUhbrr b' -- MniJ ilil Imve rneolvnl tt Jwlimf the utV r roar had lie lltnt limertrnul hie term, pavM.I- - Tht cm iiilllee on Jwtk'tiry rrjierl.d the AU nli r Mil torrrelr a han-a- u if linmlfruti.'H iol l.iir. with tlie eirrnakm of pinion "'ui It ild i.m tM IIhi Herlrultural 1411 ut but vr rut nil by ihr rlwiii.r. Wll Ihii Mil look up Ih' tliM uulll tliq hour of at . m lug if runL llol-er- . Illlln lntroduerd To fit deCi.lniy It rimiinMilloii ut tke inreranr f thl i m tnngHnvlth at lt,o) kt lanuni, in.l 'lol h lip lllkelditleixtM; to rrfetl inae) '..J It Itelhrark, at l.yon. rountj; for Ih" nru . IkMof Iwnimti Mr ShiMt"-tnt npnKUikw from the rtUirm of W"it rd niuity, nklD? that the irfirate nucbkit inieeO. I'dAXKroHT. March SlXATt A nun ' r nf Mil were rMrtni. with vartouiirtprt.... r. Inmi rvmtnlllerv Attmof Ibrm. II H ki on waeinMri, and S II Tn. m jiroud f. . i. oura(init4bQ "t ctreutt Uertu la b- IIori-Th- mmpmrolMe - ily nfNiRiiKs lire Ppon n Tarty nf Ulillrn initio uf Ihr l.illlrr Am Woilli.l-ri- l Hot Nunc Klllril. Ni;w (iiii i s, March SO. Tho rnco s Iki-vnr which mrrleil on for earn lsdwecn the whites nml negroes lt(! rot tm. the parish Kent nt Jefferson Parish, nc ross the river, nml nlniut ten mllea tip stream, Ii.ih tigntn broken out. utuluy inoriiliig, iilwitt 8 o'clock, .lark Tillman, n negro lnlxirer, wn shot nnd Stilled nt the Tnuk plantiitlnu by thrro Ho rvliHi' men termed "Hegulnton." ivaa n llllmler employed by the Cypress UimlHT Co.. nnd redded with Knillo Villnr nnd his wife, Itosa IVtcnton, nt the Tniek plantation. Saturday night Tillman and a Hum-Iof others went on n spree and hnd n row with Mime while men nt Hnrvpy'it unul, during which Tillman wan cut Wll the lieitd nnd severely lieiitni. He went home and Informed his father-In-Ini- v of tho occurrence, and also said that he luni Ikvii shot In the car by one of tho white men. Old man Villnr saw Ida ln A Fraaiut Woiimn l.nrr. Mm to Her Hon.. and Her llrolhrr uml Iln.liiinil Kill and K0I1 Ulm. Akuw. Mnrch 20. Police ItKjulrtc tVc Ctraln Out tho Flrtt and Swa'lo tho Latter. lie lll.rna.ra Ihe Matter of Dninaftea, and Drrlarra Thai He Una )hrrtril Only lo llin KiikII.Ii lliorriimriit'a Ml hllllj; for Acta Not Ciiiiiinlltrd. Loxiiox, Mimh 28.L011I Salisbury, under date of March 20, has replied as follows to Sir Jullnii I'aunccfote, in response to Mr. Whurtou'a note of raiarrrmn lioo u !... hi tied. nilhtnu.ii .h.l tl on Intoxlcnted condition, nml In the hmise for the balhim ance ot thu night. Alsiut il o'chs.-- Sunday morning the old man wna invukeiied by some otic knocking on the disir, nnd us he arose e from his bed he heard voices mi the ordering lilm to open the door or they would break It open. The door was opened ntid thn-while men twt of whom were nrnudwlth sholgnns, nnd the thlnl iiin-'ea revolver nt the old man's hend. In the meantime the old man's daughter had awakened, and cried out Hint they Mere looking for Tillman, ulm. aroused by the noise, had left tho house and taken rcfugo in the oak near by. The army trio, falling to llnd their man In the house, went out the rear door nnd discovered the negro nlsuit one hundred varda nwny, nenr one of tho oak out-aide bnts'li-lniiillng ererttiiNjfaTorMy II II iiMIh. tree. The regulators raised their t ii bin. e rt I l.roe' - N-- . .M e I l : - r. ''.'. . . i . iwl lwl a . i -- . Jullr-M- r k iiianiifetur or Mile of elarvtleit in llio hi at' ha filled in the kenate. Iil.n. Himitii, of tho Milvatlon army, fays that iiiithlni; ninuw him ko much as to nolo the manner In which lilt methodk nml hlintolf me rrilieivd. of lluct MuehlnH, IkAAi: KirilAIUi. Me , who lack a few month of lieing liinety-nlliyeiirkof ntfe. is tanl to Ik) the oldekl pensioner ot the war of Ibl J IliiiDoriinir (Conn.) IiIrIi icliool giiW will not klnj; IxjcatKo they fear tho cx Tho i riMte will apoil their goiMl loohn. krhiKil Ixiard tiitn. voted to muHo thum M'l amino about opening the World's lair on, Sunday. Her. Hubert Collyer n'Ret.U that HHipla ahould attend ilnirchln the inoniint; and the fair In theiifteriwmn. ntr oeapea whteli enn bo carried In the eouV o.il(ot and by whluh u porson i.m iiifely ilewcnd from tho hlphent hotel window In twenty kcrond huvo been invented. Wll.t.Uil IMvia, nn Aiiktrnllnn, hns nriired In New York from Liverpool liumln' with thonvoned Intention of the riipUU of Nhigura without thu nld 1 monwenllh' to amend Mollon li! elII d fire- rodoi tncrmte a bm find for tf inrniB.1 tbtlrwldoom bn.1 tnrrm' . jnl of i rloss. trmleeo for mIb fuo.1 la rtlle of t.. lo rrfulete Ibe eirmptHin of tmii . .'I'rty Irani executive ailarhmenl, illnlr. r rent aai ire oil la in Ibw mumjarollli of riuaicruiiT, March M No lmu waa traBMeird In e4lhrr !" h of Ihe . ililKawmaoweilth. to werrnt I l..n . if (itwcnr lltrreiurv In ll eelit. to prerrnl unju.l Imnilon tn the i. . ourla ireulu mmon-com- . '' lrelLitur li4) Wit of nny contrivnneo. IL 1, wns A CO It I'm i: nl I'rovtdonec, exhumed nml the heart removed nml burned Itcaune of u kiipurktltlon that by no doliiK' thu spread of conmimptlon would be prevented. lil.vtioltnov, cnmmnndliiK the I'nlted Confederato Veleraiik' nkoclntloii, that lot enmpt, reprunentine ill tho kouthcru utatea except Virginia, luive leen oi'ifamed. A ooi.ii brick vwis recently shljiped t Snu I'rniiehco from Ytiinn, Cal , tho u eklimuted lit bevalue of which tween fcvt.oiii) mid $'.0,uoo. It weighed a hltlo over lll'J potindk. I r ih ktated that a Paris llrm of ibis makers has proiluced it porous (las t.ibo used for window panes. Tho pore nro too lino to permit of drniih'lit, but c.uifO n heu'thy vontiliitiou In a room 1 aem In the derive Aretie regions nu.ir IlnrU h (Jr.mt 1'tMi rlter It Ishnid to t e tho coldeit ever ril.hired hy olvllUed i.inn. 'lili.HK nro two fuctorleo In that uno up lit tho season ono hundtrd Iiorw lndet n weulc to eoxer lx-lln a once pxiwrlenecil n teinpefnturo of ill iikiih'K Spil.lKA, the trnvrlor, Till. Kentucky Chntitnuqun will sell Its irrouud In I.oxhii.'t 'it, but tho meetlnk of tho iisnclatloii will bo continued for tho ienon nt les-- t At Newentleel frniue hounes wero burned, with three atouka of j.oo.'erlea, n drujr atom nml tho llbrnrv "f Ur (leorre (lldhnma. hos iiImmiI 'IS.OOO; li(;1it liisuruueo. (iov. IIiiown has panloiied.'.is I. tills, who was convicted nt the lnt tnrm of the Kenton criminal courl of sliootliij. nt another man with Intent to killed. Mm. Nam'v Coi.k, aged ei(jlity-fou- r yoara, committed atiiuhlu by linni'hi near Stamping; round, Scott county, n few days nifo. Tin: M 11 church ut Minerva, was burned a fow dayn since I)Kl.i:nATKit from the arlous Germ n societies of Newport held a meetlntr m eently to revive tins ipn stlon of tea. h In K tiermaii in the public sehools ol that city. IIi:M)K.iin la to linvo a no, v government building. Tiik tcuehera of Perry county cab upon the legislature for n "judicious compulsory e.luentWm" liv. A fcir.0Hi.it fnmlly of Crittenden county, Is either cruzy or leultche.l doliiff wonderful nymnaMlo featM nml yellliiK1, two of them K'rf Into a trance, during which one elaiins she went to heaven and the other any in kho visited licit. ,1a co li Hki.ii, JR, of lleuilersoii, has been appointed ganger, nml i:izi0 ( Cnrter, of Ilock ltrld(jo, ktorokeepei gnugor In Collnctor I'oland's district. A. II. llAlinn Is elected toniceeed Ins father from the Thirty-fourtfcnatoi iul dUtrlet byu luajorily of about 1,100 1 h school-toaclieraar- e III Sen lurk CltJ . Ibsmey, Nkw Yokk. March iy.-l- 'at the Irish comedian, dlisl Monday of pneumonia, nfter three days' illness, years old, nnd a memlie vuis forty-fou- r ber of tho Klks nml of tho Actors' I'unil. lie played three days ago In llnrrlsbnrg. I'll., mid wns annouueoil to piny in Hrooklyn next week. Ho wns on his way to ilmington. Del., w ith his company when tnken ill. nnd wns brought llolhodonlj to this city by a nurse half an hour after reaching his homo, lie leaves n wife and six children, two of whom nro on the stage with Tom Murray in "The Irish Visitors" played Monday In Fremont Neb. They wore untitled by telegraph of the death. Tlir raiiiou lrl.lt I'oini-.llui- l !'.!' Anuy MISS GOULD'S LOVER, Si, Cruaj To Mr. Nkw Youk, March W. Joint .1. the erniik who on DiVoiiiIkt "2" lost di'iii.Mided the bruins of Cornelius Vanderbllt. uud who was committed for culmination as to hit Minify, i: ngnln In troubl s l'or the past week he I.ingi-itinii- John l.logrniaii llerlares lllin.ell , hide, will furnlidi covers No. I bulls and five lo They nro ilium ttinned Ono for tun dozen eight iloreii ln hi: microphone, iimiI us nduith teBt, prevented tl .' preumliiru burial of u woman In St. IVtutabtirjjwIio, wlionlnn itnte of hyni'.ie. was priinoiiurcil dead fiom piiiulykUof llio huarU All other test fiillluir. th" mleroplione, uppllod to tl o ri;li i of t'le htni't, khowed Unit II si I! heat ..ml lh' woilift' "ur. reku'I - ferlor ones. i Cltittvd ' ' could bo removed. Tlio Mi'llm nf l.ymlirrs. Nkw Oiii.iians, March lit). At Arendtn, Saturday night, live whites visited Don-id- s negro, compelled Cobb, him to accompany them nwny from Ids' house, and hung him to a tree. As joon .is lie was pulled up each took 11 shot nt him mid immediately left. Several bullets struck htm, but ho. still alive, struggled to free himself. Finally tho limb to which ho wns hanging broke, l and he crawled to his house, hundred feet nwny, whore he mmhi died from Iosh of blood uud exhaustion. Two notorious toughs have boon nrrtbt-o- d Mixty-om- : colored for tho deed, No cause can be for the crime. employed In the Christian county district schools, out of n total of ltlrt. Wniil.i llhnrro rr.ini De.nl tfioi. I'AIKHsiin, N. J.. Mmvh St). Lawyer Dl'llixn tho sermon in it lloyd county church n young man named Arnott was DcWitt C. lloltou has under iiiIvIm woman for Ulelced to death in a fight hotwocn l ment the application of drunken men who hnd 'itered the a divorce from 11 dead man. Iler llrst husband enlisted in the war uud sacred edlllce. Tiiomah Vii.m.v Tout), chief engineer was killed. She married ngnln nnd ut of Hi- Kentucky Union 'inllroad, died the ik nth of her second husband shu tho other evening nt Lexington from ascertained Hint her tecuml iimrrlngo pneumonia. t'eprhiMl her of the benelltsot tho law. her us John V. Wvi.ik, nn old man who suici'icnlly kho learned thathttkbtind could iiot heur. wits run down and ml mairltige was blgnnmus, 'J 'mving a wife living ut tho ttmu u killed by the curs nt Full .Switch, if his imuTtaso to her. 'I hi mnrriugc. few days ugo, while walking uloug lb. blui Ihlnkr.. can bo sut abide ns Mill nnd I rack ii I, nnd then she will bonblo to pro Will, w'b PU)vk: Miis. l.o.to, postmaster nt Mldwuy bus resigned, 11 well-to-do hot-ora11 sev-era11 --, 11 has lss'ii 11111103 lug the family of Jay (lould. nt Bit) Fifth aveiiito, by ringing tlie boll nnd demanding to see Helen, the eldest daughter of the tlnaneier, whoso lover h 'declared himself to bo. Monday he was anested as ho wna entering Mr. (lould's and was committed. In court he was very violent, nml was IhiiiiiiI in n Mrnlght jacket lMfore he Dr. Tnlmngc bnscd his scirnoit Sunday cri the text. Matt xxlll., 21! "Ye blind guides, who strain nt n gnat nnd swallow n cnmel." A proverb in compact wisdom, knowlMnrch edge In chunks, n library in a sentence, "In reply to your telegram of tho 23d the electricity of many clouds disInst., notice has been given to owners charged In one lmlt, a rlverput through mailing for lb bring sea Hint of ships hen Christ quotes the n IkiIIi ngivements nt present under div means to set jiroverb of tho text-H- e cushion iH'twccnflrt'nt llrltnln nnd tho forth the ludicrous lichnvlor of those Fulled H tutes Hint ns to arbitration and forty jwrtons. who make a gront bluster about small that ns to uu Intermediate arrangement Th'' younger brother had boon a tins nnd have no appreciation of great may nfTcit the liberty of honllng in HoRslan army, but bis time ones. Ilehrlng ken. They hove, thercfore.notlce had tiplred. " He took to smuggling In my text a small Insect nnd n Inrgo of their liability to possible Interrup- ncra tho frontier na n mean of nundruned are brouffht Into camparlson tion, nnd will sntl subject to that naturidly became thoroughly : a glint, and n. cnmcl.,Vou"hayo lna not, accm wifedvvith fdL Hie devious paths mtntcum brWlh'e'doseft scclTtholrittcr notice. Tho (juration of time therefore, urgent. Inform with a side of lKvfrrrM Oiat raw, nnd pool to New- - Vcirtc, yet smuggling In thaUVdlhto the Itusslnn territory nwny a great uwkwnrd, sprnwllng creature, dent that we concur in thinking that from the eyes of the wntchful frontier with back two stories high and stomach no condiment and no dessert suceciling. their Saratoga trunk ccn sill: dresses w hen the trtnty has been ratified there guards. Many of the persons desirous collection of reservoirs for l'eoplo will not sit down nt such a ban- from Paris, ami a half dozen watches will nrl.so it new state of things. Fntll of leaving, Kussla, particularly em- having desert travel, uu animal forbidden to quet. Hy all means remove ull frivolity from Geneva, Switzerland, telling tho It Is rntllled our conduct Is governed by igrant, wero not supplied with tho olllccr on the wharf, the Jews ns food, and in mnny litera- nnd nil pathos, and all lightness, and custom-housthe language nf yournotoof June 11, passjiorts required by the governentitled "the ship of the desert." nil vulgarity strain them out through "There Is nothing In that trunk but 1M0. Hut when it Is ratified lioth ment before Kusslans nro nllowed to turesgnat sjiohcii of in the text Is in the the sieve of holy discrimination; but, on wearing apparel," and putting n parties must admit Hint contingent lent e their country, nnd In those jier-so- The gold piece In his hand to punctugrub form. It Is born In pool or pond, the other hand, beware of that monster rights have become vested In tlio other, tho Kiiulikvuskys found their vic- after n few weeks Incomes a chrysalis, which overshadows tho Christian church ate the statement. which lsjth desire to jirotect. conventionality, coming up from tims. The persons would approach tho n few days, lieconies- the Described in the text nre all thono cccleslastl-clsm- , "Wo think that tho prohibition of Koulikvoakyi nnd bargain with them and then, nfter who are particular never to break the gnat ns we recognize It. Hut the In- the limit Sahara Desert of kcnllng, If it Mniuls ulone, will bo unhaving on Its back a hump ot for n snfo eoiMui t lwyond Russian soil, Is in its very In the want just to llrlllsh sealers if tho decision of and, with hlslknowlodgeof tho frontier, sect spoken of and ittext Inhabits the sanctimonious gloom nnd vehemently law of grammar, and whospecimen all yet of their hingunge an elegant smallest shaix. the arbitrators should bo adverse to tho i t w as a coni'ikrattvoly cusy undertaking water, for my text is n misprint, nnd refuse to swallow the camel. syntax, straining out nil tho InaccuraHnited Stifles. We nro, howcvcr.wllllng for tho Oh, how particular n great mnny peo- cies of speech with a fine sieve of literbrother togetthemsafo ought to rend "strain out a gnat." yoiiP'itr when tho treaty has been ratified, to nwny from JltJssian territory. Fugitives ple nre alxmt tho infinitesimals while ary crltlcisJti, while through their conMy text shows you the princo of Inugrcc to an arrangement similar to Hint from justice nlso availed themselves of A man after long ob- they are quite reckless about tho mag- versation to slaneler nnd innuendo and consistencies. of Inst year if tho I'nlted States will Koullkvosky's knowledge to escape from servation has formed the suspicion that nitude. What did Christ say? Did Ho profanity nnd falsehood larger than a consent 'that the arbitrators should, tho ofllccr of tho law. The method In n cup of wntcr ho is nbout to drink not excoriate the people in Hi time w ho wholo caravan of camels, when they In the ecnt of n decision adverse to followed by the brothers In the cases of bemight better every law of the there a grub or the grnndjmrent of n were so careful b wash their hands the t'nltcd Stntos assess tho damages persons desiring to cross the frontier gnnt. isHe goes nnd gcts,n sieve or a fore a meal, but did not wash their language nnd fracture their 'intellectual shock which the prohibition of sealing shall was ns fdlow's: They would select a hearts? He takes the water and jKiurs taste, and better let every verb seek in huve inlllctod on Itritish sealers during their victims only those who had good strainer. It Is n bad thing to have unclean vain for its nominative, and every noun sieve In the broad light. through the pendency of tho arbitration, nnd In outfits and money. The others would It says: "1the is a worse thing to hnve nn would rather do anything hands; it Its government, every preposiHo the event nf n division adverse to Great 1k taken across the frontier in safety. almost than drink this water until this unclean heart. How many people there for lose it way In and sentence, nnd tho tion llrltnln should assess tho damages The victim1 however, would bo tuken larva Iks extirpated." This water is nro In our time who nro very nnxious adjectives and participles and pronouns which the limitation of slaughter shall In cluirgo the younger brother nnd under inquisition. The exieri- - thnt nfter their denth they shall lie burof the during the pendency of arbitration singly woitlll be conducted along n nar- bromrht successful. The wntcr rushes ied with their feet toward the cast, anil get into a grand riot worthy commit is ment Fourth ward election day than havt inllleted on the I'nlted State or row path through n dense forest. In through the sieve and leaves against the not at all anxious that during their a moral inoccuracy. Hotter swallow Itr. lessees. As nu alternative courso or gnat. Then whole life they should face in the right 1,000 gnats than a cnmel. the meantime the elder brother would of the sieve the willing nfter the hurry by a short route to a spot pre- side man carefully crub nlso we nrc removes the insect direction so that they shall come up In Such persons nrc nlso described in the tho treaty to viously ugrre on, and when the victim .he of ratification tho water in placidity. Hut the resurrection of the just whichever prohibit healing In tho disputed approached he would lie attacked by nnd drinksone day, nnd hungry, he de way they are buried? How raanjhere text who are very much alarmed about going out the small fnutt nf others, nnd have no 11 mliniltTof waters if vessels be excepted from pro- his guide .mil the man who laid in vours a "ship of tho desert," tnc camci, nre chiefly anxious that great transgreshibition which produce a certificate) would bo which tho Jews were forbidden to cat. the liospel shall come in the lino of alarm about their own The nnfortunnte man that they have given hocurity for Mich strangled nnd then, to make their work The gastronomer has no compunctions npostolic succession, not cnrlnd) much sions. There nre In every community, who dnmages ns the arbitrators may assess sure, the brothers would beat in his of conscience. He suffers from no Indi whether he come from Apostle Paul or nnd in every church, watch-dog- s feel called upon to keep their eyes on In ease of n deelslon adverse lo (Iroat skull with clubs. He would then bo gestion. He puts the lower jaw under Apostle Judas'" They havo a way of other nnd growl. They are full of susllntnln, the arbitrator to receive the robbed (.f ctery thing in his possession. the camels forefoot, and his inipsr law- - measuring a guat until it is Inrgcr than picions. They wonder If that man is necessary uuthority I'l that ls?half. In At the outset the brothers carefully tho hump of the camel's back, nnd n camel. litis case 11 restriction of slaughter nn burled tin lsslles, but as time went by, overdromedary disappears forever, Again: My subject photograph all not dishonest, If that man I not un- -' lie the the Lslniuls will not In point of equity they, lving undetected, became careless strained out n mint, he swallowed a those who arc abhorrent of small sin clean, if there is not something wrong Ik! necessary. Iler majesty's govern- mid shored Hi" bodies under tho brush- cnmel. while they are reckless in regard to about the other man. They nro always the llrst to hear of anything wrong. " ment Is unable to see nny other than wood after stripping them. Hut this wero yet magnificent thefts. ' You will find Vultures nrc always the first to smell While Christ's audience one of tlrese two methods of restrlctlin was not the only way they had of smiling tho npposltoness nndwltot many a merchant, who, while ho Is so carrion. They are at demmiI hunting In the disputed wnter ss?uring ictims. The w ife of the elder lis Illustration for smile tneyuuiin careful that ho would not take a yard during the arbitration, which would brother would Indulge in flirtation with church, unless they were too stupid to of cloth or n spool of cotton from tho tectives. I lay this down as a without any 1k cjultnble Ui both parties. strangers who came to Monkl, nnd nnilerstnnd the hyperbole l hrlst prae counter without paying for it, and who, exception, that thoso rule peoplo who havo A later note from I.onl Salisbury to would make nrrnngements for them to if a bank cashier should make a mistake you. tlcally said to them, "1 hat is roll of bills live dollars the most faults themselves nre most' Sir Julian l'nuneofote dated Mnrch 20, visit her nt her home. Punctilious alxnit unall things; reckless and send in their others. mij: "With further reference to your She isaccincljfc buxom woman, and nlwnt affairs of crrcat magnitude. No too much, uouul dispatch a messenger merciless in head towatchingfoovihey; solo of telegram of the SPd Inst. I nm not in hot haste to return the surjilus, yet From scalp of admirers woald hasten nt night to her subject ever writhed under a surgeon's . to admit, n& I gather, Hint the house, only "to meet death nt tho hnnds knife more bitterly than did tho l'har- - who w 111 iro into a stock company, in nre full of jealousies nnd hyjiorcritic-Ism- They spend their lives in hunttliinkH tVmt ve lrrVuU-n-t f which, after nvbllcl'lie gets control of of taa liusbhriTF and his brother, who Isoes under Christ's scalpel of truth. As lug for Rocky mountain eagles, always hiivlng Jurisdicticn ns to waiti. their coming. to nrbltrab-rnn anatomist will take a human Ixxh-- the stock, and then waters the stock, for something mean instead of somednmages inllleted in tho pust by tlfe mlero-sooj'- e nnd make 100,000 apjn-n-r like f 800,000. Am igthe last of the Koullkvoskys' t" pieces and put them under n thing grand. They look nt their neighjmrty ngninst whom the award Is ghen. vletln was n peasant w ho had sought for examination, so Christ finds He only stole f lOOOOO by the ojieratlon. bors' imperfections through n microscope only object to her majesty's governsheltc ' from inclement wcuther In their His way to tlie heart of the dead Phar- Many of the men of fortune made their nt their own Imment K'ing liable fur nets they have not hut. lie fell asleep nnd the brothers isee and cuts it out nnd puts It under weulth that way One of those men, and look telescope through a committed. I nm ready to consent to 11 atteninted to strangle him. Tho man the inspection for engaged in such unrighteousness, that perfections of glass reference on this point on tho following nwokt and make a most desperate strug- nil generation to examine. Those evening, the evening of the very day scope upside down. Twenty fault of terms: That In case the arbitrators shall gle f'r his life, 11s his body showed. I'hnrisees thought that Christ would w hen he wnterccl the stock, will find a their own do not hurt them half so much as ono fault of somebody else. decide in favor of tho llntl.sh governWhile he was held so he could not them and compliment them, and wharf rat stealingan evening newspaper ment, that government may nsk them cscaiv, Isiiling water was poured flatter they must have writhed under from thebasementiloorway, nnd will go Their neighbors' imperfections aro like how gnat, and they strain them out; their further to deckle whether thu I'nlted over lis head and face, nnd the murder- the t words ns He said; "Ye fools, out nnd catch the urchin by the collar States government have, since ISM, ers tli'-- succeeded in strangling him. ye white sepulchcrs, yo blind guides, nnd twist the collar vi tightly the poor own Imperfections nro like cnmel and taken nny action In Hohrlngscndircctly The lody wns hidden lieneath somu which strain out li gnat and swallow a fellow enn not say it was thirst for they swallow them. s, any might think Uicy escape Hut Indicting wrongful loss to British knowledge that lid him to the dishon straw in n stable, where it was acci- camel." and If so to nssess the dnmages dentally discovered jUMcinil the scrutiny of the text, I have to tell the brothers Then are in our day a great many est act, but grip the collar tl nreoi.-iniyout that we nil come under the Divine incurred thereby. had t me to carry it to the forest. The gnats strained out and a great many tighter, saying: 'I hate be satire when we make the question of That in ense tho arbitrators shall de- flndli . of this Issly led to the discovery camels swallowed, and It is the object for you n long while; you sto.J0'5y1 time more prominent than the questions cide in favor of the government of the of the live other liodles in the wocxls. of this sermon to sketch ft few persons tier four or five thins, h:i cccccben the of eternity. Come now, let us all go In- Fniti'd States, Hint government muy The wtinan wns tnken Into custody who n extensively engaged in that You miserable wrcti Are not all tempt old stock gnmblcr w ill! 1 veTW thcy.pto the confessional. ask thi in to divide further, whether with the men. but she Is kept entirely business. to the Itritish government huve, since sepai-iitAll three have from them. First. I remark, that nil those minis- can hear three bloc , s will CaWmiW edlive make the question, "Where shall I greater than tho question, iss.l, tula 11 netlon in llehring sou directbeen s.il'jeotod to a prolonged exnmlnn-Hon- , ters of the (iiispel nre photographed In 'Police! Follcel" That same nian.Wrff Wherenow? 1 live forever? How shall I shnll ly Inllietly wrongful loss on the I'nlted Imt they refuse to confess anythe text who nre very scrupulous about evening of the day in which he watered here? greater Stntos. or their lessees, nnd, If so, to the conventionalities of religion, but his stock, will kneel with his family in get more elollarsshall I lay up tlran tho thing treasures the damages Incurred thereby." put no particular stress upon matters nf prayer nnd thank ln1 for the prosper- question, How question, How Tho Freildint li Pieiasd. shall I vast importance. Church services ought ity of the day, nnd then kiss his chil- In Heaven? The Vamumtio.x, March 89. The pros! to Ik grand nnd solemn. There Is no dren gtHd night with nn air which ji.iy my debts to man? greater than tho FOR STARVING RUSSIANS. dent d. M'ted the entire morning to tlio ; for r:..i:tv !., r,.liLdous convoca seems to say, "I l.ope yon will grow-u- question, How shall I meet my oblito (iotl? the question, good ns your father!" Pris- gations to Is Tlie ltril (ro Cull. Tpoti the People of considi ration of the I'ohrlng sen mat- - ,,on ,tllt t)10,v'nn. illustrations, and lite Country for C"tiii1rlliullniia of Hell tor with a view to forming nn answer thl,n, aro hvporboles llu Hint of Christ ons for sins Insccti'c in sire, but pal- How shnll 1 gain the world? greathi Ira fur tlie Sirs. the question. What if I to Lord Silisbury's note of tho 20th , t,K, u,;t t,mt (j( (rn,dlnto with aces for crimes droneiUrian. No mercy er than -- .... Wasiunotos'. March 2s Pursuant to Inst. II.- hail the benelit 01 1110 tuivice proportion, but lose 111 soul? tho question, Why did ,1t..llL'enl niidltorv. There for sins animalcule a call of the city auxiliary of the NaofSccr. t..rv Itlnine. Senator Sherman nre men line those blind guides 01 tne great leniency for a mastodon Iniquity. (lexl let sin come into the world? greater tional I led Cross society, n large meet- audio 'I Foster, who were in confer- text who ndvocnte It I tlmo that we learn In America than the question, How shall I get It those only ing t'sik plm-- nt the First Congregn-llonii- l ence w him on the subject for some things in religious service which that sin Is not excusable in proportion extirpated from my nature? the queschurch to lake measures for tho time. It is understood that tho presi- draw the corners of the mouth down, ns it declares large dividends and has tion, What shnll 1 do with the twenty relief of tho fumine-strlckesufferers dent is jilt used with Lord Salisbury's uud denounce Many n man Is or forty or seventy years of my subluthings outriilcis in rxjulpHgi all those abend and nar existence? greater than the ques- of Kussla. Tho meeting determined present attitude and will accept his w hieli have a tendency to draw the cor riding to licrdition 1 that the District of Columbia shall condlUou for a modus vivendi. ners of the mouth up, nnd the"sc men lackey behind. To t.a1 a dollar is a Hon. Nhi't shall do with the JlUonsexistb) steal many thousands of cycles, o: my contribute nu amount sulllcioutto charwill go to installations and presbyteries gnat; Lsacy From ths Pope, ter n vessel to W sent to I'tissia with n n,,.i i.,...,nf..n.ii.'.. nnd to associations, of di.l'nrs Is n camel 1 hoi el many a Menee? lime, how small it is: vast it Is! Tho how mii llaiiei .us cargo of articles of food. limit March !. It is stated on good their pocket full of line sieve to strain fruit denier who wou'd not consent to l'ternlty, The vessel will Ik- loaded nt Now York, authori'v that Fope Loo MIL, in antici- out the gnats, while In their own steal n basket of pc;u lies from n neigh- - former more Insignificant in comparl when supplies are ncoumulnting. Tho pation ' future difficulties which tho churches nt homo every Sunday there bor's stall, but who would not scruple son with the latter than a gnat Is Insig to depress tho fruit market; nnd ns nificant when compared with 11 camel. jvoplo of the iHiunlry lire Invited to holy scs may havo to encounter, has de- lire tiny peopio sound nsieep. 1 ney ."ontrlbute dollcaclos, nnd canned and posited in n" bank, to be pakl to his suc- mako their churches great dormitory, lomr ns I can remember we have hoard We dodged the text. We said, "That n dried fruits for the sick and cessor, t lie sum of tho millions ot lire, nnd their somniferous sermons are a every summer tho pea h crop of Mary- doesn't mean me, and that doesn't mean (icoplc of Uussi.i. All contriwhich ate In'on saved by the economics cradle, and the druwled-ou- t hymns a land Is 11 failure, nnd bv the tlmo tho ine," and with a ruinous bonevolonoo butions intended for this shipment introduced nt tho Vatican. This amount lullaby, while some wakeful soul lu a crop comes in the misrepresentation wo nre giving the whole sermon a it ay. should lo sent to the Now York Produce Is entirely independent of what the next pew with her fan kecjis the lllcs off un- makes a difference of millions of dolHut let us all surrender to theehnrgc. echunge, care of T. A. Deal, within opo will nnil In the treasury of St. conscious persons approximate. Now, lars. What an ado nloiit things here. What A ninn. who would not steal one the next two week-- . Fetor's Fence, nnd represents special 1 say it is worse to sleep In church jioor prej'ivatlon for a great eternity. gift iiiiule by Leo XIII. to bis succotor. than' to Millie lu church, for tho latter basket steals WiHO peach baskets. Ah though a minnow were larger than I'lrtll sprerkrla hell Out. implies nt least attention, while tho for- Any summer go Own into the Mercan- a behemoth, us though a swailow took March reading-rooms- , 2S. Clans Pun. vnii.riiiA. nnd a wider circuit than nn nlbatross, ns Relief Corps Recosnlzad. mer implies the indifference nf the hoa- tile library, in the Spivoklos' Migur lvtlnery was formally C01 UMlius, ()., March 2D. Mr. (ironr seo tho newspaper lepottsof the crojis though nettle wore taller than n Lebards nnd the stupidity of the speaker. turned over Saturday to the Sugar trust prop'ses to hnvo the Woman's relief In old age, or from physical Infiimlty, from ull pnrtsnf the country, uud their non cedar, as though gnat w en' gi cater In consideration of f7.txi0.tKVJ in trust very cori. represented on county indigent or from long watching with the sick, phraseology is vvpde much tho sumo, and than a camel, as though minute wero ccrtllleatos The transaction wns con- soldi. rs sailors' and marines' relief drowsiness will sometimes overpower the same men them, ntctlmdlcnlly longer than century, ns thouglf time ducted between Treasurer Soarlos, of con. issiiitis. In a bill providing that me; but when a minister of llio liospel nml infamously, nryiiur out the huge weic higher, deeper, uroaiier man eier tin trust ami l laus SiieckIos, from year to nlty. So the text which flashed with such liodles iv to consist of two vote-ra- n looks off 111011 uu uudleneo and finds lying about the Soiuo time during the coming soldiers nnd one member of the re- healthy and intelligent people strug- year nnd for a score of yearn. After a lightning of wit ns Christ uttered It, is . . .. t 1 ...1. .1 Mr. Sprocklch will leave wish lief corps. These commissions nre to gling with drowsiness, it is tlmo for while there is n corner in mo wuvni followed by the crushing thunders of for San Franoisco, where ho bo appointed by the governors. Tho him to give out tho dovology or matket, and men who hnd a contempt awful catastrophe to those who make will remain. bill nmciids section scoy-llTho groat for a petty theft will burglarize tho the question of time greater than the the liencdlction. Attempt to I.) nth Dcenlni;. Is not wheat bin of a ration and commit lar- question of the future, tho oncoming, fault of church services . Papa r.elents. Aslta'i And overshadow ing future. O eternity eter Al.n.l.w, Western Australia, March too much vivacity, but too much som- ceny 11(1011 the American corn-cribSan Fiiancisco, March 28. The journey by train of the murIs nn irritating gnat men will sit In clinrches nnd In reformnltv' eternitv nnd nitn llaldwin nro expected to re- - nolence. Tho one derer .Swanston, or Doenlng, from Forth that may K easily strained out; the atory Institution" f trying to strain out to this city Is rumored It scoundrellsin, while Iteltglom Connreaara During Ihe World"! to this city, whence he Is to embark for turn cdhor Is n great, sprawling and sleepy-eye- d the small gnats lair. Melbourne, was made notable by a scrli" that Lucky llaldwin has forgiven tho cnmel of tho dry desert. In nil In their elevators ml In their store(1 corgi' sihih oiir of exciting scenes. Wherever the train rtiiii.wny pair nnd that The plnn for the religious congresses Sabbath schools, In all our Hible houses they are fattening huge camels stopped tho statu),.) wero crowded with to Is put In charge of the llaldwlu classes, In ull our pulpits, w e need to which they expe. t after 11 while to swallo be held in Chicago nt the time of tho practo be jieoplo anxious to see the prisoner. hotel. brighten up our icliglous message w Ith low. Society ha Mibjeot entirely recon- International exposition bus been says We are to find tically completed, except in detail, Frantic rushes wive .mule for tho trnln Tliiy Couldn't Agree. vivacity ns we find structed on this such Clirlstlan-llkwhenever it cnivo , i n standstill. The sin Is Inexcusable In propoition the Christian I'uloii. Dr. J 11. HarI'niiwViiKi.piiiA, March 81). Tho jury in the text. Hint rows, the chairman of the general comwindows nf the cni i.go in which Deen-in- g lu the enso of ltoln'i't J. Caseation, U I take down from my library the n it is great rode were bro.ten ns the result of yen old, on trial for the murder of biographies of ministers and writers of I know In our lime the tendency Is to mittee, bus worked with praiseworthy fruiitU attempts . lynch him mado by Fob. eimm Hliucr Flnloy, came In after past ages, iusjiircel nnd uninspired, who chnrtre roliirioiis frauds upon gisM, men. assiduity in bringing the scheme Into vvli.it a class of frauds practical fm in, nml It I nirenuy en- Vomen were es- Is'ing out the infuriated jH'tnle. r houro, and wore have done the most to bring souls to They say, "Oh progr.immci .!,.., pecially violent lu their throats and i iMii. by Judge Arnold, they being Jesus I hrlst. nml I find thut without a ...... 1. .,..., (,. ih,. ihureh of Ood In this Km i thut tint elaborate tlW'i'(S. AS " .. church, or an 1.1.1..M will bo carried out it I tli other manifestations of rage, unable to agree upon 11 verdict. single exception they consecrated their day," and when...,t..t. of 11... , .. o dates, tho general pnvllRiucnl 01 " cut nu 'riirT.i. wit and their humor to Christ. Hlljuh n deacon, or u ; from August .a llglons will Loudon Tlni'B Supports 3&lUbury. uses) it when he nil vised the Hanlltcs, or a superinten lent of S'ab' Jm'KKiiso.nyii.i.k, Ind., March 2S. The church congira SontiMiibor .1. I.o.Mio.v, Muruh 8'J. Tho Times .v'.iuiier, MVtmgmy, turns out reFmil Hggonsjielter, nged 2s', residing u ns they could no I make theh god s- - 'u... m many known as tho dcnomlnn- fow miles uls-vthis city, committed new Lord Salisbury in refusing to re- g spond; telling thrm to cull louder us bonds there are primer type, Efaj-llrhlonnl cont'iesses, will continue from the modus vivendi, nothwithstuud-InOmit kiilclde by cutting his throat from ear to their god nilghl bo sound asleep or tinners. to September 10. nm 'hut on March - It published nn .. gone uhuuting. Job used It when ho iilcn. "Another Salut Alsl September rur. No reason Is assigned for the deed, w ill reach from In which it advocated the renewal saitl to hi self conceited comforters, "Clerical Sconu rellsm;'' "He Mm,VjU congress of missions that ho hcc.ttnc despondent ufter of tlicingrecmcnt. 'l Milium on the CI liTPcPRT." September 18 to the nth. Tho filling up on election whisky, "Wisdom will dlo with you." Christ 11 Discount." a thousand scoundrels Alliance will extend from Sepnot only used It In thu text, but when while there are h to Colin.-- I littlne Aa.iiaalnalril. Deiperado Killed by II a Bin. where there is onv tember 10 to tho .'ith. Tho Sunday the putrl-ie- d outside the eh Ho Ironically complimented AuottsTA, (In.. March '?. lllshop from Sojv DESvnit, March 20. Patrick Hoyle, l'hnrikcos, saying, "Tho whole Insido tin chin h, and tho misbehavior Rest cougi ess will continue Jones, a noted oolued divine, while sit- will known us 11 desperado 011 tho UpAppropriate physician," nnd when by if those! 'vho never see the Insido of u tcmber 80 to the iibth. during this need not ting lu a chair in thu pulpit in Allen-bilper Missouri for tho past ten yours, was church If so gi at ll Is enough to tempt service for the .Sunday S. C, shut thtough the brctst kilmlut Fort Asslnnboino, Mont., by oik wot I lie ileacrllsil tho cuunlug different "fl nml tell u man to licet iu" " Christian to get out period will be held in the Herod, hajlnir ind Inatai.tl.' lulled. Thf gun was bio year-ol- d Loulk Repubuu, Tho boy took down of chitithvi- of Henry's of their cmnpm Matthew fu:." thrust througii n !Jt w'.ndov undflred the lcs, icliglous ind Irro- - lic, and, without apjureut 'hat iMiui'UUib.t'' Hut ill all HO") "' tho first So r.luw. tun , shot his father dead. mill-rac1 livcll-hoot.i(I 1 Koulllrtosky. who nre Imprisoned hero on tb, clisirge of murdering nnd robbing t a near Illelostock. have revenlcd tho'rpractlco of tho wholesale tnur-dcof emigrants on tho frontier. Already Hie naked btdles of fivo vlctinHhavo been discovered In tho snow If, tho woods ndjaecnt to tho houso occupied by tho Koullkvoskys, who lie.Jn the vlllngo of Monkl. Tho scarcii for Isslle Is proceeding. Theto hnvo liecn many disappearances of Into in thcpcighlhorhoodof the Koulikvosky residence and the police estimate that the twojirothershuve murdered nt leusl Pc-',rj into tie case of two brothers, nntned To Slrnl 11 Hollar !a the (Insl To Hteal Tliiiiiaiinila or Dollnra fa Hie Cnmel Sermon liy Itrv. T. KrWIlt Talmaer, I). I). coruscated llglons, the tendency I to excuse sin in to t?fi. last liven with humor MMgiier clouds with heat proportion as It Is mammoth. lightning. JoWTiinyans writings aro John Milton In hi "Paradise Lost," a full of liUHr. they aro of saying , while he condemn Hatnti, prcs such a not on ntrcd man errand dcscrloUon of him vou havo hnrd truth, nod there licro who has ere read Pilgrim's Prog- -' work to supjire.. your admiration. Oh, ;lTicnibcr that while this straining out of small sins liko rcss who doca reading It ha awlfc'l aa often an he went. gnats, and this lruliiimr down grent Clirysosiom, (eoJfce Hcrliert, Robert iniquities like camel. The subject does not glvo tho picture Smith, John Weajy, George Whltefield, land Hill, Nettle-- of one or two persons, but Is a gallery Jeremy Taylor,, O, ley, anil nil the men In which thousands of jiorsori mar sea ton, George greatly ndrnnccd the their likenesses. For Instance nil those: H of tho past Oeef consecrated their wit (rople who, whlln they would not rob Klrifrrifim of (O tht cause of Christ. nnit their hntnor their neighbor of a, farthing, npproiirb So terms ltcen Jtvpil tlie ages, and I say ato tho money nnd treasure of the pubto these youMpi&fllojfical students, lic A man has a house to sell, nnd Ko who cluster I jweae, services Sabbath tells his customer ll is worth ".0,000. by Sabbath, HMtrfen your wits as keen Next day tho assessor comes around nd as sclmetara, ftad Hien take them into the owner says it worth tlS.OOO. thin holy war. It Is a wry jhort bridge Tho government cjf tho Tnltcel States lilMll Ullfl'O lrnr ft ctiH IcAiiiKuin took off the tux from jicrsonal income, pension bridge lroi eye to lip, and it is among other reasons because so few soon crossed pve. mi smile L some people would tell the truth, and many times Just ns wtiit'ffi- tear. There is man with an Income of hundreds of dolas much" relMcM. w think a lltle lars a day mnde statement which more, in n spriMVitnnilng tlv&n a star- - accRwvd to imply lie was about to ba . rcm-mr:r- ' 11 o five-doll- ar 1 nm-bus- h. pre-jin- linro-objectc- tl s 1 red-ho- tub-joet- lc-- r 11 h'jk' arlfJOj, . us-r.- es p 11 1 .,,, 111 11 n -- - ' 11 fever-stricke- 1 11 h 11 11 11 11 jun-on-nl- l. 11 ,'"' 'P l'lilla-doljilii- ii a ). y 1 to-da- 1 o 11 fifty-fou- I 1 - "'" .t f buth-flKT- ex-ei- suji-poi- ts 11 VlSa3, nr-tl.- iwr Kvnu-gollca- . ' 11 w.-t- ' '. ihot-gm- i, ,, fSMBfCTrMV'"' irrftttUM'V' I ,T?..y' JW;-Y,lh- . ifrim rrr TUS HICKMAN COURIER. , THE COMING CAMPAIGN. Tho Hottest in 'Oar History. Corruption in Politic. men will hnvo tho luirtlt Iiooil to deny tbat tlicro la numb corruption in tlio political parties of tlu ilny; but it is a question if tlio political parties are any more cornit than tlio people who cniii. pose tliein. Hence tho absurdity livlnul MtrnwN. TCMVNSTlBAl'I'KOSl'F.BC. hi ok.max, icv., FRIDAY, : : : Fcr : apimi, I, If n t'ONtJItl. TV lit I fa III any per CUlll. Ill IIIO 1'CIIIOCratS unuij;.! nuiin-in-iiirnn lll i'l IMtlCKS UUASONAIU.i:. ACCDltDINU TO QUAI.H large body or people acting to. that .Statuaro for Cleveland. Tliev from a noti enterprising people onirics them into tho laps of and gotlier, whether as a political par. say that a complimentary i te other localities. If all the timber 121 ly, moral soclelj, or cliiuch or- will be given to llov. flrnv. jr tlif Uleirlri. ... wnul like in ilo. Iowa Democrats will vote r,r "'"' u liluli mituio blessed the for principles, and Mich flplit nb gaulzatiou, and will, peihaps, all M caniliilicy I" u j e i la ihe actlmi at r.-rlli' Demnrrmlc iinr ways means war to the hilt war wa,8 bo so as long as human na (lor. Itoies, If tlieru is any cha e country around Hickman could (.1 V J SIONK vvia Itret.eelfiillv. ...... anil.., r !...... tin nun ..I.i ciiiiiiiitin ii. in- mi i.i... ,...,.. mini .ill Uu . ,. iv.. A . rrrf. i. . r..!i i. nun, mu nre i.i zrxvA tin uiu liu-" nil Ilie iuchmiiiu Wllliln all i. r have been manufactured at HickU A. of W eoim JAMK3 OAMPIIKU. ...wJ iij2z!i, y If victnrv comes, woities. It has always been true of, Cleveland, including Holes lilm, man, what au era of prnspeiily ly, U atinliiUti.' f"r I'onnren in the without. r) m IH.trtct nf Km have won something; if defeat, tbo old parties: and naturally will ' t'til the enterprise .MiutiCMita Fir.t Coiierrx-io'i- ! Democrats have m- rt,,lll p tiuly, mihj'ci to llir urtlnn nf the Hem. we aro still gloriou. in Hore t'j'f of oilier localities catried it away att nutrd for Cleveland. honor anil prove true of any new party. l oerhiic priy Ktectlon, .V.i. "'Ji. COWOILL'SSYiJ SALV2. t lie rectitudo of purpose. Tlio fact that there aio in every rcnnsilvauia Districts, am! in In the log and In the plunk, and Wf nr miilmrlt'l to miiio'inee HON W. V. HOIIKKTdil.V. of M)tlM, Orv The Deiuocni'tlc battles In Ken- - oonnty bomo thieves does not fact, all the Districts in tho Kut- - "llH turned our natural advauta- ey For Nfiirnlri ami Uliriimntioi, ' county, m cunllilale fnr (.'uiii;rtamii tncky for own osiierily. that ciu States, except New 20 .cars that prove that all tlio COWOILL'3 W2ASEL OIL. from iliin. i !' have been the past on tho stump, county mo robbers,people of they generalli instructed fnr Yoik, lnvi K's 'o their aiu pi tiii K'dlioadN spleuditl assist or that fought in'NoveiiiNrr, IVJi, Mil Irlei. Cleveland.! r tl.lhl.IOjr U HilliJ.'U III tlir HCll 'll of lilt , ,",f' lowatd prospoiity, but if lo tOT lor Pi!' been foucht almost exclu. nre actuated by dishonest pnrpo. Patterson and Russell have iMuocrmic rir v' lit li'rici. COWGILL'3 P1L3 0IKTK3KT. sively by caiiilldiitrs and ofllce- - scs anil principles. Neither does ceived some liiHtructions, but holh i1'11' Pnterpiihc does not grasp tin E m IVtu-roic iitci ir ji'imii:. mnl liincorra, seekers, somo of wiiom, at least, it prove that because some party theso candidates decluro forClfo- "I'l'ortuuities prcscutud ly a now lrr-' railroad, it is apt to carry more COVGILL'S TETTER OINTMENT. would cater to outside matters to leaders are dishonest and unfaitli. hud. Wf lire niilliorii'-lo minoiitMf SWIUt-!ful that their party is dihbonest II. OUDS.Hl.AND. of (imfra coimly, secure their elections, and as Illinois Democrats aro Instruct- - ,rm'0 iroin tlinn to a town. Uatl triT lnr Worm', n C4ii.llilti (r Circuit (ioitrl Jii'lji tu o sown. and uut.tno to principles. In tlio ing for rainier, bat tbo great- - uu- - roads build up largo cities, somo result llifi, llii Flrt JuJiclIUiirtrL H.CowgiU'a Pleasant Wcna Syrap times to tho detriment of sma Wo have eriilnrr nml orntois in firnt case it iiroyes that the neniilo tier current is for Clevelnin'. . " i,.r tomiiniiiwfniin-Aiirm. Kentucky, hut the. rewest nuinber ot a county ought to lbl Itself The Demociats of tlo South, (0ns, uecauso in t lie cities Is J.lWf.UTo.v j;i,'.fiiArA' nffi ;-p, j -; TUK NoXKVJiKHSURl), , ilsuiilly coutereil the inont enter. ' w can'or mil leuvotlicir sk.- - of the thieves as best it may; .and "f I'" eut. of then, aro fur V "r imtiqrUr.t ionnnnut.oc JOB w , "'o mvhh.ii) prise, iiuerality anil capital. Tlio For s4lr t.y idr IVoerlMnm nr...Mui.r. or incknimi coniii), tu.. rlieioiiclo talk tbcplain, ,lu tlio second that t lie polu . . . "" a !... .i., i.l.n i.i Muni urn liiin.iii.i i .... r 1 is certain to bo a most intensely tour rint Innril fanr ii.lerrit .lemeii'l I linl I rcmiin, exciting campaign, for ih' r renew. i my i""' ' "I'i'y. '"n In so far as straiclit Democrat nf ihr opporr.tietilly "ill l.f tunity ol tniiLiiic .i llior.nili , ,tuni ol arc concerned it is to lie a light Voiir 1 uliaracterlstluH that causes reirH'l vou al BTt iik llko curtiiiii lelory in of the Pharisaical cry of (nrmitis n leading Demooratlo oruiiii of the " Flflj.TlilM iiijte. Mini e.ir.ieil IMIktioC'cniuiuc NHtii)tiaU'iiaip:iigii. new party that will hnvo monopoly State, of Indiana, backed by hitn dull tiado and dead towns. Nat or Hro Tiir Tnin ir tnc pimp lews with Congressmen Ilviuim, ,,m' d vantages count for hjoii.l wiir.N furfur pii i.iiiilnv," j Itrit, w lictlipr virtorv or defeat 'of lrtuo, honesty and patriotism i.,".!!lli... lill pcicli upon onrbaniieis, It'iu its ranks. Somo eomipt men Shanklln, and others, say tii.n mi tliinjr to be sum, but enterpilse 'f;';'''"'"'''"" . .Kll 'IV.V .'I ' t 1 nno-l-"M.;- f Iht Ihttnct tf itHliteki). I kiii CAn.ti.Ute I fA l'or!'. Pint Cvngreni WU 1L. liVll rr nnxloiiH i& Couimkr Ifilffiiys iutorics, tit ,ifaL rty ontliii',t blmiit as Deinocj-iiti- ttlo in Oot'intu ii unable present outlook to sec Tlio Now York Sown, tlio rocon- - Oar Now ltltilroad ProsilOCta. nizctl orpin of Tiuiiiiiuuv Hall, baa' It is tlio onorgy, cntorpilso, In- coino out for Oluvulniul. Itn oi1bpt $23,000 Unit 'itistry n'ul liberality of a pcoplf, tor propoficil to If noni'iinti'il Cleveland would lie i"illtiliuilly mnl collectively, that In inn prosperity to a town or uloe.led. Tho Indianapolis Sentinel the oinuntnily. It Is tho le verse of - What to Buy ? uy-'".- ! "i ' H. J. C5 BARR Y, HAN ri('. . tu IIIIU'll'lll0 mlup U (11- 1- - mill ll'.KIIMn Ill'VI-in- ..I. .1 ....' iiv i JiiflSlrrrai HSrvM lo &hwm fcA-v-i- -jj W. It &" tjto&esnrri At JY '! 1 X .' pnrfM! lii C -- t 3rZ PTJHE 'WEISK11SS, V7XNHB, BXXB.8, l'iriitlcc, StlM Jonrt, (lurlifiitibiirr Ryr, (Mil do mnlu ntt.l bmt-- J. J lUrrtr. U.or )V.r. Jlnnnreli. Mrllrytr. I'll.lf ol W..,lfor,l. Mnculu r.iiiiily, auil lb V - I I ffePtll -- AND AOK . I. - - ' !..., - - "rs ' 3 lFnr - - S JLm 5 lit.- Coti't-xi.'iia- l :t lia-c- re-- K.r IT- -- - rr r l . b.(8e5if , len , aide-rapin- i.-- i It i H ! i r I CKi inillATCJ "ew railroad than mi increased m. ,.,..,. v Kkniiickv value tu his propeity neaily nl u.ni ways cuts off Ids nose to spite ids Voit face, and if a majority of his I' I I .V ! aro actuatud by tho miiiio spirit no cousiderablo increuso In A fT VV .W 4.4ft values occurs except in tho hold- - M gkkkk lugs of Ids mind, unit tho only committees " iii next "" renllr lindcrstniul tl.U nni.tinn In hope of that community is that iiy '. IK Mr. Carlisle could lust nrovc im,Bl rise "mMC organizing Wli.r nil this snarlimr in tbo nn. I... r.!., Vhmiii'I iiii'II t or ns mu iciigiii nun uresiuii win no tho narrow selfishness of such i . n '. i it.. . .i....i. .Tiiuuii. i.. .i..." i.iiinifiii i .... .....r..nluiB , ......... o.,..,K iicrsutioiii ilie newjui cm .V I., wi.iw. .ii u.i.i .. ...... . . .. lhe kicking, the bi..L..ra in each owneis may so limit their eMimato, whv iret the dpoiiIh tn imnp etbowel. iriciR uciiig map .on oui ny uie OIIU0 .v;i I... counted upon one's 'iilllce.HPnk . lie Deiiinnrnlin .......!, ' . . . .. Wiwi-ncnof the real values afforded by t lio - - ,.... i Hill mi uu. i r liCgisiaiuie i now aro tue iieoiue "...i...w....i.niin To lo I'iiiiiiiI adroit politician, and Clew In nil a ers,nnd to re;id sound Democratic 'nrli county effected by it nnywa.v! tinners. Tho Dumocra it ..rlv in opportunities as to cause others in .i u.e great light ..f thin to buy them out and get lid of 8tli)1,injj fur dreamer." Au immense iuajoiit. 'newspapers. Such organization, No mutter wiiat counties are ns1 year on exactly the sitne issues the m. ; I V i: III .M .V 'I IC I A 1.1 . . ... wmw.n uu tIie Cleveland ciinpnign , i. o. ! tl. 'ny ny ,her.I jusl i10u. II1I1V 0r nui pmpit clubs, will swell our majority SO neon o of each comiti must nt. iii ., .. Watcrson tho dreamer. economy nun, riMier. , " irnn lutiiinn aro enjoying the reasonable joio n. itmi.iu. err. i. III IV II 1X1 U. nil. 000 votes. n.i jihixs.k, (..ki.,. tend court at their respective! One billion is tlio amount that -- a poctatiou of a now railroad represents the excess in dollars of county seats, and so their inter-- ' Of Hem of Jailer nuilNlierlfl. The Weekly HUpw-Xoiiiiigreat trunk lino and us a conseIIIiiNter. csts nuil convenience remains inst the aluo of the ciops of 1S!)1 over those of any previous jear, Mr. Hirklieail from tiie t'oinmit! quence the minds of many nro ............. 'VI'V1'IF.llvll-B. . Secr political organizations tin. muiiP. Tim iioni.ii. nm i...o., ,eo Ii. according to the statistical writer " ami Inform ""outeil ns to Increased laud nl way s carry to the public mind estedthat the Districts shall not in the Ainciiciin Agiiculturiat. Courier-Journal so largeas to prevent the court' rcl,or,el ,,,e following- dll, u hlcti cn. Will the railroad alono IN tho State Coin cation to name exaggerated opinions as to their these tnluon to imj great misread the Hrst time, and order, liHviiM.' mimulHiit tin,.. ,t. delegates lo Chicago tlio counties strength, becauso thoir roll of ..; .. rt . 1... .l A...i .. .m ,.... ,, lhr ,, i:,. p.r ,.Mh. "" i i.'e on iirniiif Tli ut ir tittl y . g-- 1 of this District mil be entitled to. Membership is unknown to out- - tonil to tilts business, but further!1" "' "c ,l"" Nl I i tr. iucreaso to the value of ii.i.r.l It. .!, K.ft... ciriUU..n .f 1 IXlil day, and ordered pm.teii. I) 1. ti-l- f than that wo don't see that the anus or town lots, hero or any- Tn' ,l ,8 I'xpi'fleil to tiecomo n I.i ri"r i ui mun neonle need care. Tlio ..sn.-i,i.- ; SU' ns the ChiIIsIo 4. Crittenden, R, Kultoii 4 .Solicits your btinlupss. Wr offer tUn most I.llicml Arcoutuiodnliem AN ACT o consolidate li.te one where, is nu increase of popula-nfiec- t II, Hickman ., Livingston u"' voting of tlio membership. tion of particular counties their! to oui Ciihtomet" Coiiristrnt with KNtMhlUhrd cm, or iil '"er ,.,"' "mI '"S somo lawyers as to .V'"1." U"!U,- .,,i : 5, Lyon .'I, .Marshall C, McCrackenj Hence.it is that when Third Party Iliiukiug l'lliulplrs. " o 11. iinil lint Hi." i. mi. i...... v,'i,iiw w.. .1.. .In 8, Trigg 1. Commonwealth of Keutuikv. leaders boast of 100,000 voters practice, and it may affect tbo it permanently any here. The TliKlown Hepublicaus will have, in Tennessee or Kentucky It mav chances of some candidates. uu it iriiiiuivu by lilt Clt'iieral Vil,l,e i lwny increase as ..,imr1 , .n .nr,rrMt i., Aseinblv of il. i'n, ,,w..iii. iu lino I tie iiroiiiiiiiiini well be depended upon tbnt sucb Ii.ii ui. ,.. 0. HAl.TZKIt. 11.15. IIKKVAKI) It. T. TYLKi:, J. W. 1'OWKI.I Tli WarliUe IScuJuiiiiit ! of Kentucky: ( UTInt on ninl!,uo ratio of population cieates a ' Ni-"of this year. It will be a figures are bluster and blow. (after the first Moi.dav m SeptPin-- IcmAml for it. Therefore If the' heavy load, but they will even ? V'V0!'"' A. A. I'AHIH, W, A FIll'C K. J. W. COWlill.L. In tho old When did the United Stales ber, 1HSIL the olliec of SbeiitT.u.d.t.MUi of Mlokm.m. P n, n ,"uu .. iLiVibJiV ..L SlV."?.::. ,M days things up a little by' dropping n . . . . . . ' e nines. o, . Miner, as now eust swept towns, nuve so mticii t.iiihterauont war uuiiiiie oi fifteen or twenty tlioas tho lr iereHliiiiil, i ..to iiniMier. ' ' M'l'r"' or the - counties and . auil votes tney Have been cairyas since tho Harrison Adminis ",tr '" 0''he cities, in local in UOiCt tOlIl witu uic iil rallro.ul.il tan Commouwealli of Kentucky, shall 1eItIe,,,,, aiiimeii nm, ,IBraljzeil the regular ..,,:,. i ' be, mid aro hereby, uniisollduleil only bo through such uielhods and Democracy everywhere by boast- I' or a time tho women nnd cliil- - nd declared to be one anil the nolicies as will brim? Uui T" "' v ' , iiicni..i '7' . ... nllli.o ...... il,.....r,. .1... .. .. o.rrli.t roil or ......b.,.i.n. that ilren went in tin rrlnliti.iii.il In- ilm . S:;i'ir ... ... ....., nl.,1 ...v.,.... ...v on iiiiiiiauou. ... so i.iras inoiiy v. Dill t ll.al kAA aal.lli... !. II. .1 j . rii'iL' inr irii all opposl- - terrors of invasion from tlio Itnl- l'i',80' I'leeteil nml iiialilleil as town is concerned factories alone !''" (! tion .cc.r iu .V,mtr, K. Heii.liicks has definitely deter-- tiiii"ericnll.y .., ...I . .. I .....,..' j.lnn b ...I .l. ll.nt ili .' iaii Dagoa hiiiI .Mutlars, and the 0"r"" V , "", "" "l '" ",IH Lmn,i..aii b me i " uiiiiu-iiiiikii io enier i lie race lor Uou""" thin rcM.lt JVncl 111 giess, mid that his formal on, the worst deceived apprehension that nl our sea- ami all of the dt.tie's now leqaired! Ono Grand Priza of $10,000' will appear In a day ,,e of all wero tho flft--rfjb(ir WKNK3 coaHt cities were to be bombaided bv law to be perfurmeil bv lhe' A DIM'flS, rvl tl I'ritu of 5OOroli. K'frr "' :VO;a..:.8?::"""",,r.tM'Vl,H.t1londer themselves. To use a and destroyed by the Italian iron- .Jailers of their respectivo roun-- , The.Memphis at 51 ....... v....,,0 it vmiiicu una uui Urn.. riwr en Ikr orjlol mkdicim:h, .... .. . .... ..I...,- li..a u.ifl ii. t.ll ....,.,... .I...II I...' i..., xnm yet made up his iiiind not to run. common phrase, "they were not uiHtis. rni.!.. uu siinmercil flown Ii.tt.t ............. ai.....n-- i r. n...... ..,- sayo: Or the Demoei.ilio Con- - np.,l1.1. m...p t,..lill. it. J Imr A4 ...V .h.I H I A HOIS IJUV. i r... m. ,1..... linn. hs 45 ...,. ... .,,!, ..... nl ll in r iu i ...... ...i. ......... ."". o.in.ii L ' Q u o it &, where, but the straight .,,,.! .....r.Mi.lu.1 ,u u. w-- v cw ,....-- ...,iM: ....... llni''........ u .u t, i.. iiuiii .icw l in K. .i..r...i "" iniscomiiici iiuiiii iiiriun ,.. .... .H ..ji.i ....i TuK freo wool bill proposed by vpv tiUUDii De uiimK cy came out of the tight hip tilion was ,i,ltje- - the mime as or ueuteui oi Jersey, I'ennsyhanin, .Masiacliu- 'i'l eifrr Ihen our m.Jf. id. wvi, I the Democrats iu Congress, if aW-.hnlei now smLmJit; von &2 IP toponucodown upon poor little are; ami tliev shall receive ihft,",(,i Cunec.icut, Ijl.odo Islam!,. passed, will save the people of SfrolinL au ever. SrNDItll'S, - , , this cotintiy about $ISO,000,000 in fees ami comeur.nti.iu fur' ,",w 'tumpslure, .Maryland ami wli;, fr,m A ftr, pr;wB, MKDIOAL ttAl as to American Chili, because some drunken 1 PAINTSJ only one una oieuior In- Ihiv (lir r,k m if,. rl.cr f ifct ..iy me cosi oi uieir clothing. JJm ar-services as ii i.niv iillnn-ointiuieut, clearer tlinn' hirf'ian soldiers bad insulted the flag, t he Miami irrrt i..h ii.p i:.ii,i.ir,i) iir.rxn-to OILS, mo .iiuiviiiieyiHiu oi me Kepulili i o' for such services until ' ""' oonshleratfon of rs. ia that the American pen nml somo drunken Chilian soldiers theJailers is '"H- .' What does this it ''" ' - tMr-J..iirBa- l utf.i.v can aenaie, ami I'rrsident Ilarri same changed bv law. t""";"'1 .States,' ' "u'an8 t,,"t " son's detestation of a cheap coat, pie are opposed to secret political hud killed two American sailors A i'J That,. on ,.i casting 113 votes"fin , tho electoral i"""" V"""1" U m'W' " '" organizations, no mailer what in a low. And after a deal of tin will pre vc nt the poople from s. ....... ,... "" ..Mptr ar.py of ih. ...,n "" .. i that lehef from their burden they advocate, or where, or by necessary bluster, and a legular olllco or.lnilerin the several conn"I'i"""" io uie iree, f,.rr. nil,.BC, i ol It... onr.. will of taxation. Common weilll ll shall ""'K" any s.M er, nun win vote ..a r whom oiigiuated, becauso tho ici,r in. rr.ui. Mr ll.,rrla.... "e . party tiiat favors it. n.i;orLSB nUoiiBhci, and thereafter ,H)Hgainsi Tun wisdom of the policy of the people know that iu Ilie end they this all collapsed. iwl election by the people shall be' Ways and .Means Coinmitiee iu arc bound to bo dangetous "eerns to And for tho past mouth the pa- held to fill the office of Jailer. to M' nriMDUIV attacking the .McKinley .j will their Idn Judge Campbell's td.auces OI3D libel ties. No matter what pers have been boiling over with' soon become manifest. Some of to bo elected to Congress are, iioi.ii miii:iii;io iiKcoxMitcrr ,' the hills that have been hit loiliu:-oi- l these secret organisations advo excitement nbout Ilie I.ehrlngbea, Kri "f Im Ji.i SlfV of tin in; Lttl iVrt I.OLlsVtLI.K, KY uu: s.mih. kooiI. while the Kultouiau thinks, of a'l I" "J of mo so just that no Kepiibliean cate or protend to favor to begin matter, and tho ptubability of war M Congressman Stouo will only have The legitimate and logical se- a walkover.and should bo elected Senate or President can think of with, all history proves that the with England. Hut, alas, alas, our HARDWARE, TINWARE, STOVES, Sit. going against them. U was in o( tho Third Parly move- rrs men in them cannot control l iVcsident bus nt Inst con. this way that we got ftee quinine food o Vm l0 'ec0l,slr,,ct Iho South., Ht'.lt mt oflrirJ ol O.NT. I'ttlCH, inj them, and tho bail nml ambitious' eluded not to thrash England, and ",e"t,is ..uu m cry tiling else in.it c.i.s ,1S r ithennV Feer eni States upon a lino tliat i)c,r,, silt on out to the benefit of the people. sooner or later turn its stienglli that tboio is no necessity for his ttrr low mi ikr mniVtl juillln ami power to their own exilpur iiniiihilatiuir Gteat ltritaiti vet JJt3ino' raucaniiiiiiiaiion. ft means nmus inier, umium-- i im.'i. tinihiiiii Tlio great want or the land, Uvtn: nui ull din Krnpnon, unil Ml cmriulrdl lo do rrrftotcJ I poses, and force the thoughtlesB Hwhilc. Truly this Administration the cnmnlnln nrnMlirnir of Dnin ,iVvlv 0,,rr.n iile. or o pay r.pnre.i it say sun exchange, is money. Tlieie ami good along with atir.iiiion is a clamor and a scramble to tlio can work uu more Iiumbtm bun- - uc"u,,; nauiuous imu gives noun. iRniraiitrct to n them. -gI poliUnil uie-- . -J Sb ends of Hit eaith and the bottom Tim CouittEtt predicts that the oon.b. "bout war r Jri.l ft pf the sea; for mnuov because it Third Party will meet the same fighting, than any of its p, etlo-- ; "' n'seriot "SJ. buys evetything, food, clothing, disnsliouM fato of the Know Noth- cessors. alarming question when npplled A LlU1 Ri.l'. J ;,,, ,'. t..Ul..,. dunks iu great variety and the l l to tho conditions that must intuit- luxiiiics of eaith. If gold should ings. They may carry the day Itad, Ituil I.cinlators. ably follow its agitation in the Mr nn. .Mr. Lrn Trtcott arc kefp- i .mi uoirii n nm lieaven until every here and there, but when tho sun- liKTWEK.N . . I. r i.i.iumilAunr(l.ull.ll.al.ll.nii.n.mW..IITa.aol.l Hfllll IIOMII w....v.j. . ... r.trU v.- mu . i.... " mull L'lli II IH V;ilirH MiirtifMiwI !.... II" lit Uf hrmtl ntinil i nf iu fin.- ..6 IMO I'"!'1' rl'l,url lMI .ioran W, ro IIOW wm.ionlv misleaf l.v "c"- - '"" bicM with a .hiiiditir, Louisville and Memphis, . ....;. . ":"5. "'. '..:.' woiililu't I,.. ..' April b. w.ukm l icm imu ineir ineii.oiis, a j). Melncriiy. a inembor of tbo reckless mid '"" band Iho All W,'U Le,",Blu" uirii KC""," -u- ity'ogueK must be ,m!o lni,,J"ri,y0r Pullman BuiTot Slooninir Cars . now will know them pi'U (i r.pnn'n rtnnlx. Plerk threatens their neaco ion ni bonm ii. ffcirou treior.l her. i.m would be r.,. ., f.r tl... iMLSK v i .....ii. The .Southern HlutCS in nlu,ili sre ori rapnlly, nun! 1.I10 rum vn to "bile, then human nature would, " "lorp f(,rever. Itevisoiy Committee, (tho first lun.lf.ilof i.on" -- Then i.e i.iMiiHvii,,.,aiip,M, n,n Iho developed w?,,'ner1V'Kiug' mi on a cusiiiotied chair and take by In tho mean.itne lot tbo De.no- - 11Mlned ! V" ,)eI110ani, New Dirruiery HU'I ufter ... "T e Uo.iixo, VldlCMliuru;, nil,! us niiiiiun mituio lit nil of two ami Imlf boltltM, tr4 llU P'pared for an immense nonext' to rVow Ucpnblloau). last week, nccom- - and industrial empire umler Den. ptrlcly cnre.1, rliejr y Dr. Kin 1891, aro 'e)Ur,ra8 via w M i:.i IM1IH. ,,u"ierk'1 panicd two women of U' want nn otllce, amino woman to ocratio lulo. Only leceutly, as it IH.covrrv U wnrih ilk ureiifl.t In itnll, tl "8. lo to "ouiii uy to weilge herself into r,,c"Kni ol lM0 ninereiu secrei Georgetown, whore thoy register- - ; c,l ",, ,"" ""1" ut'n rejcuoii rem may cl IrUl boilie free ul C. A.i quics and llolcoub' Urug (lore. route aml B,XI'BB in ho i'" Ke'w'll-'frBHi.l,.jo,.a H,ut they expect to eu ami were assigned looms nt a """"I' Tu'.II KIIIJM trlal tnuiKruptcy. wo'' TlIK St. fiuii New Vork,l'IU.U.l.i,,, lUtllrnore, hotel, as John Uartinaii midwife, bo moie disastrous to Its progress ii. Mint ii limo of "as" ami W,,. LIU la lhe ti4t aii, m i.i coniilete nalionel - --. inriun, Norfolk. (),1 point Comforl, stiigimuoy tlutt would be! nnd It. IJ. Wilson midwife, Kart- - nml the peace of its peopk, than newe joiiiiiul iMInliC'l in t l.p I'nile.l t',,1,,,....,,,. lt.cbmoii.1, lluirjlu, CTeluii,( To- , the Third l'a.ty agitation which HuleM. ll hi oliUine.l nml bo,W llei jm(i aj( waou be leilo, C'lilcii)to, lnJii.iat Tub sealinir of 3MC. prewnt iniinenie citeuliitioii miUly upon CiucUiinil, l.oiilmllle Tho Demoe.a.s of this District of tho House from Louisville nnd, l""'"".n in place of a l',;,!!,';: remeliv In' ll. Inlrln.lo riiI H'lhtlnmi.il iiinrili ii. s mnl olfer no enl.lr iilxe or i:.ilirn mill .rlt.rnirru loliil, BSiiT11'.11!!!?!1'"1 Con-- j want priinarv elections, and not Campbell county, respectively, imnediato ami courageous notion, lirwipnper, AMI iu ieni'i i....cr.i.o. f.ieH.iUK sciitnit-ril,.u mi'88 "'M'tdionn, in the selection ami ut tho limo in question not in When tlimoiighly organied the III tilt) Kenernl u,l iioiml feiturfs of Ilie Mrniphl., Vickiliurr, Union liml 1 of fuiriiMH Iloujf, New of " ,Jt),,'oerittlc nou.ii.oo for Con- - Ceorgotown. Tho tlisgraccful con-- , Democratic patty is iiiMncible. bi.-- werklv iper, ll ol.i.lleuKe cmiiMti. Urv4iii. .lul.ilr. Lit lie Itoek. Iloi matters, for wlilHCeK,eH..re. on willi lhe hen, Ui,Ie lis xt r) t.ic jr .Sprli.gi uii'i iioiiiti in Weil I'm- l,e" ' ,U'.1, rt nml uour popular approval'. The Iii II 1 lri'8fi "'" tlio proper time duct of these two inoii has brought oriiflnnl fmlnrr, of which no urekl; en neiiee, feiae, Arkmimr., Mil. It U i"'n,l twiei u'.Tjr li04.il , liitri'l, I.onliUni, ami .....-.l .1... ur i ... c.iiin. ' "..I i....,i., ,. .,. oi . ' . . n .... i in k UK it, In tllrrl, a eetiii. weekly fur )l' I1..........7. "' iii. in.."""' i.i. - ... .uuiiicriieys neoiilo. m..i ."! UK NODI 11 AMI SOIITIIWIX4. ...o i.eun lieaitl ill eVLTy election ouuubu ioujuii- iu WIlOII It COWari l mill only ouu .foliar n year, ll Inn rrcrully eery U.0H enldrirel nu.l Ilepiiblicmis In thelril.ces iviV'i for ,l,e P"' SOjenra. Our iioml- expulsion from tho House, mid mils to senseless popular clamor .. frnn, r.k..rtHt. k!'" .ivtpfl. nib.orih-The line ii tl.iro uglily f,iul,,iJ ami in In nflt.rl. r.f DEALKHH IX were ueateu wlien primaries Curlis' prompt (llfiinlsH.il from tbo i ge io mo wmi. int. situation e'en roliimiie each, every week. It " out scruple wln.inr, comlilion, .nui prorlilee nu u recklessly ami dellau.lytrau,,l&W tcfused and elected when' clerkship. It was mean enough unyrmeiil lu time an,) lliroupli m- n J . iiri lnlie epirule eilllldinfor llllnolx, Cl" Aa" Vl'Ult U the me ami i tlio lull tB of mi.t... r....V ero ordered. To bo to goon such n lark, but doulily lutomlciu now is only to uou.,,1 110 peclalljr for Miourl, another Arkauaii ,,"leee eroureJ ,y lhe l.lm i ed Kxpre forlVxi., nnothtr fur in order to inciensu"tlii.i ri Only ' hi rlile l.elwee" National Democrat, 601110 oboclloiis to so wueu ho doing io auompi io warning. anJ Km. ""i'l 0b anollier for the reel majority iu the Uotisn of '"itiPii( Honro-of tl.e country, ll Ii.h j upeelul Turin Lnl Hie aaJ .Meinpl'h, anil Iho l,eit n J three toi tliroiv the scandal upon innocent! jhi-J iiimurij nith from seutalhes. Tliev iietmillv i . news imu uiu m miration Depiirtiiifcol, eilile.I l.y Hon W. I,. Wllion, f)"lckrl eereice betwecu the two clliffl men nun iiiuii wives, .uciuiuueyi fur hi their bold contemnl of l,iW af.V: aoiilrlhiiiioni from 'ir candidates those ()C ex)eIc,i treaty betwoen this cotintiy ami M. (I. wild l)einocrtie trailer. other lu- - e Pr lowest rale), lime nnd Justice ns to turn nm It in, h. lentlfii for llnKiiIheil Uhlci, anil all will be removed nml a Also, tbo cor. Cheat llritaln baa been ratllled bv yoi.il eoinpiiriiiin, n.e uigeti una cneap. ueilrcJ Hiior'ti n an apply to I Hrlot by lar&nrTla polled. ,,iTr,e'1 tho KeiiHtu will be giatiryiug to nil respondent lepoits tbain member, and lhe beet paper pi.uliehfil. Hub Fair, m:f.f.Ni:it. Aa'i. 1.1,0(10 uuijo.ity seating hisoppo.l Hut there lino uso bolng iu a ' ..(lr....l...l ouo or II. i. Frankfort, hl.illl lAiillma i.nnl. .. iu this conn-- t et now, nnd get ll until after lhe t'rea N. (' It Si I.. H. If. Ilickiua.1. Kv, rrlhe mrturrl prlMt. We W iro oOortnu ill griAtl of Plain, Mi.llum ani lln Kurnltura nt nent. Tho Miinn of V10 ,)emn ! eli'Ctiou oi ewy n t.ii lino at nil ..ninni oholr a, Wookora, Tnhloj, Duronu, Wnihtnil, urche. Sunday night beastly try nnd in Great ll.itaiu uliko. Tbo manual lnilltwinljie fioveinurrthe next, tl ' Ur W. T. Ulti;i,l, Ag,.n, Imrrv tu, ' l,1 Ci,,H,'d,,t08 m iiurniK M .V N eclliii(,' will Iw fll-,V L'o . llltei, Tenn. Wnrdrobou, Choinlior Hoto, Mnttioaoou, BnrliiRO, E:o ,"''J we guarantee .,.u ,l8.i!' 8.1'0"- - ","1 drunk, and interrupted tbo servi- - fact that it wan ratified nn, l Semi of 18Q2. IKiliiicil Airnil, prlrri t0 do the luweit. 1,119 u. it tn.il ami .oiivlnieJ. ? i,",t,;ftl0,l")Pi'r'la'"' ,l,,,oa f'r ulinuce. Kadi Deiiio- - ce8 iv proruuo sweating bo that mously mid without conditions dollar fur campnigii eilliorlptlon, or one Or JK. I.N.PIIUI.AN, !n. a je.u' ad. ft M. V. I'adurali Jiincllon. We Qsoiiil "1 HUoounl all eumpetltloa In tall V Wo are lioadqu trior- - ou UnUorl.lkura' tal.lc U Jr.al Ca.ii. 1el'ublican prede- urallo candidate cimpnlgiier will bo bad to bo removed. shows that its terms wero honor- - bt". for free iimple cony, Tut IUruucetsors Or W. II. PHOUTY. (len'l I'nea. A'cl. linn. oarrjr a latjju line of 'o,lon uu M 1'i'lp the yiiii.,i..,i n..i,r.. . alio uuil friendly. Cm lis lias been dibinisaed. Uiuii, Mj Lie, St. Luuia villi-- Ky ... iilxlui aoJ Job Wuik u i.Hii'.i-s r of any dishonest and Sniiu' of our finest Cleveland can be tie i.oinlneoi i tors mnl ablest lawyers uro most, wntnitliful. Ami if it proves more,, if he will; but he Is gloat enough V re imliiriitJ io mmonnee M. D signal failures as effectlvo BtiimptH is that the honest and faitlifull'0 refuse If ho think' TsntT JOHNSON n iin.ittiv for 'lu-- t" o ...io riwri; ..... speakers, and it is because they should tally with more earnest somo oai.in.y, nl the vuiuni- - clrriion . other leader. . .. . . , hum-innunc ciiiku iraiuiug "fft iiinii eiiiuuKiaHiii in ineir par iiir W'r r ii.il.irl tr I m ni.i.niine W A from foes Free Silver Dead. IttUJK ."..r bl.mir uf and education its to political qncs- - t.v to protect piiuciples enmliil.tt. Kiillon coin. y nl llif 'tiMilni; lions that llicy have us to their within and without. ulijVct to llir nsiluit of Ihn Drii.rcralic 'Iho freo silver bill is dead for professions. piny. The .Vow Judicial District this Congress. If only thoso who Our Democratic, :-- .- 1- wiu.iiii . - '"" j crs . m UJii - ' , ' 8,H'8 "" ri,i,,'r opportunities in a wv " ,, ... ... ;, ... w, ". 'ut'i , Iliu-- E 3 U J t.fcl i manui-acti'Iikiis U -- ELt U 4-- -ia o, ruu U Bunt iitiN Forget It! T'hl TflTI ii I i ... . v I ....... .. ). - .' GROCER I I3S t i i I'mucieSiiliesm;,:';::; ,.., ,,, . e. IN HICKMAN! uu IKMCMAV. KI'lXTrCKY ig XgiGKKMAN ) - val-b- e - ffltetirraasRS's,-"- ; J ,"" Kiiow-Nolbiug t, HICKMAN, KENTUCKY. Qank, jk AAA dd F.tFtf tF.lFtf. "'it "et -". !,,.,, - act-Grav- ! ' i ""'" LOTT EUY s,. i I fj I)1I i mill-pHlg- n '' DIRECTOR ui'U' ..lii;!.:!:,"! I ,, Know-Nothing- s I 1 -- - ovor-uwe- d - 1 o "' .... ... cn .. .. i .... , n-a- l!i """."' inv-'-- 1JJ '" si'- r - i Kt.ow-Notl.in- g . Don lor " r & - , ret . ... - Appeal-Avalanche- ! jrr , Kiio-'iin-i- i v- v.. - Chil-'hi"'1- i wflse r 0 l i"-mni- .Z,J, ''ZlVyJ ,,, 2- ir..t -- . ...--- .... tr r- - i flEZtanr nJiVKVi WifRfSISlltm uiL-a- ,i , Kf I ' get-tin- g '...". ..,. "fe - .,i.rinP, tlit-w- "' ' Jl" '" PPiKSriMlvn()NS SI'KCIAIPV. , , Jui. p,,,,".. T, "win.wj L CDURIER-JOURNA- EELIABLE!" - wnr-lik- o 'If, iiu-an- s !"?t iitui,ri - hru'ur Sf'r-.)- ' T . ! (ife' year I ';' TueS.' J Z' 11 ..- -. r,, oASr1 anoilmi-K,r.....i.i.- . !. i i Sipfe. SSa?' iW Oi-louii- (,! Eooiizx ZBp&cxal.'t-- y . . I I '.: ."' Ini-nm- l . n..ra -,. ' r" "'" - I' . . ,, ,! J tt u?l Z'ZnXATt ! . "Tlee-.Vf,ekflci-fn- , . ""' ; JI1I1 WABIIIi I respectfully T.. laic linn of persons indohlcd io &SIIAW, or tho imdorsijiied, nolo or account, previous to "n.S I u: mmii ,s,i, rConenllou. ,,,, come forward and settle, tified the hands of placed or the claims will an officer for collection. IS'Sm8''" VN t IB. SUA. TAT. & , ''"'tly L I I FUaNITUBS. FURNrniBE. - vm-v- . ".v. . I I STEPHENS TYLER, t - 1 1 iib I sufl'i-fi'i- . Z1 Z"t ?' f't-cla- CB'"-'"- i V. V. i fii. FEsriiitiirc and Dudertakcr's Ooods, u-- , - I . olli-ee- ,. Courier-Journal'- s "" ' .M Ai I - - 1 , iri! Lv a 'J-rt.w"M- Mihl i. " iiiniiniimjn,,,!,,, .... 3Bixt -- - cisnErwIM ' we ocmq. H BE WILL Oertainlv SIiotw tla.. Largest and most Complete - LEVEUHD -- ATED! - m TO III: .SEEN IK sKXisro- austid OPIl CITY. W13 ONLY ASK AN INTELLIOENT ip INSPECTION, AND ARK WlhUNO TO ABIDE BY THE DECISION THEN OIVEN. Lace for Muii'm SIioco, wc can fay that never before linvc wc been to well prepared to ilcao every one. The most luititlioiii society Gent cannot fail to be satisfied with our elegant Patent Leathers. Nt would hu be (piitc tiiiiivll miles clothed in one of our Stiiocm" it Hill's Perfect-Fittin- g Suits for Spring and Summer wear. iQk S stjovciie?, ISaltzcr & Sliaw. ox C3-0- 0 "r ill nun Ult KAMI CUSTOMERS will utiilfrituinl Low inui'li ,. .,,,. urcfiiilc llirir lilifrnl imtroiim'i. ,..( ... . i.iii.im i,i,.. .i. .. hml V.1....M itlllll n Wt iiiniiiiiv in njimiK rcH W001I- -, ciui)ni(lll; IIIC IIIODl popular ,,,. iiupuru-UUII Wliito (ioimI, IihiiiIhoihc Kinliroiduricu, Au. lJilMKllt! Wl'llVCM IIIHl 1 niiiiiiKH, Novi-liii- in are adniircd ly nil beholder. groat injii!tice to their pcncliant (or beauty of finili and xyinuii'try of uliape in a Slioc, if tliuy full to hec our nxsottinuut before making their for the rsenson. LihHch will do woll-know- OUIt I'liiin and Fancy n Patent-Ecutlier-T- and Clotli-To- p ,' OUU TO Low I'rirr, with and the Trading Public we guarantee polite treatment, and will add that no firm can have a livelier appreciation of past favors beetowed. FIMKNMW pun-lnno- ; WE extend a cordial invitation to all to call. SSaH( r & Shaw. lialtzcr QuAitTi'.iti.Y MuKrir-m.-Thcr- & Shaw. Latest Railroad Items. Baltzer & Shaw. rt-- i&-- JSl. JtTTjESI-iX- O preaching at the .Methodist Vnrltrn. Church In this city next Saturday Work or llit Niirii-jliiievening at 7:.'0. by Dr. W. T. liar, EffiU FH On Sunday last Mr. Wallace. ris; also, Sunday nt II a. m. nnd 7:30 p. in. Hver.vhndy Invited. chlefglneeroftho I. C. J, ' ' ' ' J J Church members aro especially r.ud Mr. assistant-eliief-en- requested to attend the Sattuday gineer, visited the camps of enginnight scnlce. eer Coleman, w ho has chargo of PiT A Hue of beautiful Wall the surveying party now in the Paper, new patterns ami designs. Those contemplating building new .Held. Mr. Wallace expressed the KK VFUY RESPECTFULLY 1NVITKD TO CALL 'OU houses, or renovating their resi- opinion that the line from Clinton and see our dences, this spring, should call "to Hlckinnu,and thegrado thtongh and examine. Remember the place. the hills Into West Hickman, woro VB KNEW THE PBICES WE AltK MAKINC, woulil of FFiNOKii'tf Hook Stoui:. tin tunic, wo did not nuticipitto mich n 1MJSH iib we, more favorablu than expected. had for tlie past week. Our mile lutvo lieen iiinrvflThe recent cold weather was, Ho gavo orders for the engineers nun; bnt, no wonder, for nre lino tlm eooiln, mill the prices WILL probably, a good thing for the, HK1.L T H M . Wo are Nhowiug the luiiiUoincdt took of conils t Ii h fruit crop in this sactiou, keeping 'to foruaid their reports to as rapidly us possible. Spring wo Iiujp eer thowu, nnd prlcen lire lower tliaii HVI5H III! back buds and plants until they FORI: Iv.NOVVN. We will contlnuo tills week to bell ut ate safe from frosts, bnt further' Mr. Mann remained in Hickman south It has done immense damage Monday morning directing the to fruits, berries nnd early vege-- cr.rvry of a Hue from tho main Wc have taken spciial care in the selections, both in quality and style, Ik'st tables, which nre In a much more lino nu the Dyershurg road to tho and we feci assured that the LOW PRICE marked on all lines RcKtilur price 7 centn. advanced stage than they attain river, which was made on .Monday. will certainly please. Our Stock of On Tuesday Mr. Coleman's parheie nt this season. ty retained tnnnrds Clinton to The Jessamine Journal very wisely says that here is an enilaph verify previous survey, anil, wo Ilrautiful St) leu, aelllug ovcrywliere nt 10 ccnt. hear, to view a now lino In tho which ouclit to cause business neighborhood of Mofcow. men In sniuo thinking: "Here lies Ynrd-wid- o On Wednesday they returned Hrown comprises all grades from the cheapest to tho finest. the bones of John Jones, Fsip, to Hickman resuming their surCnii't bo bought clwowliere for lenx tliaii 0 and 7 cents. formerly n ineichaut of this city. vey below town toward Reelfoot lie died in tho eightieth year of Lake, where they are now engaged. A beautiful line of LACES, EMRROIDERIES, his aire, loved and respected by It is given out that tho survey SILK GLOVES. SILK MITS. all who knew him; but the devil from Clinton to Hickman was LADIES' and MISSES' HOSE. of it was nobody know him ho uietely preliminary, and that n loLADIES' and MISSES' CORSETS, &c. didn't advertise. cating line will not be made north An elegant line of nt Hickman until further orders' Wc take great pride in recommending otn stock of Carpelo! Carpets ft om Chicago, but from Hickman' A complete, new line of Car- south a iccular locating survey isj pets, Oil Cloth, Matting, Rugs, &c, being made to asceitaiu actual, C'hcvroii (Moth. just leceived. latest stales. Now coNt of constiuctlon &e. The ,......., This In it beautiful fabric, anil exceedingly cheap. patterns. All iialities. Prices ...... I.. ,..,.. I.. I... ti.irnu u iuito lui limit,-- ...in iiinu These goods arc AIo, our Oxford Tie. lor Lmlies and lower than ever before. Call and what they aro woith. made in style and of the very best .stock, and prices very lo.v. As to tho ultimate building of see them. HwH'wd Cords. Smith, Klj.ison & Co. this road the Courier leaves each You klioulil nee IhcMe. The prettieat goods in the market. reader to form his or her own con Wc have beautiful Lace Curtain", Oil Shades, Silk Parasols and Umbrellas, Linen ToweN, Napkins and Table Linen, colored and Many llickmnn people aro on elusions. We think the truth is white. These goods cannot be excelled in any home market. the of expectation, prc-- i Hint no ono knows. At best, for psriui: to plnugo Into n big boom: t lie present, it is all conjecturo a great trunk lino railroad, a trans. and guess work, (hero being many OUR STOCK OF WK are showing the InuidHoitirst lino of Mississippi railioad connection, tilings to cause the belief that thu a now Illinois Central JSulton.s court , house, aelectric-lights- , factory, n time, and many is Iu earnest this things which yet canning ever seen In llickiuaii. gravel load to Fulton by Stato iuohc it iu great mice! taint j'.' thih Spring, is much nicer than ever bought before, and we will take aid, and the election of a Demo So far as the outgoings of tho. pleasure in showing to all that call. A large and SliU OUR rratic President, arc all poasiblo engineers in the Held arc concern-Stock of with tho nature of All-wo- ol ed, together , lesults for this year. actual work, it Is altogether! All Similes. ItiMittlful Goods, ami so Uheap. Hon. Reruird Neale Is a prob- their favorable, Tho surveying party) able candidate for Commonwealth now woikiug south from Hick-' Wl nnii'l incnilou ever) tiling, and irlve these pricrs just o Attorney, lie tilled the position man and the party from Memphis' Tics, Handkerchiefs, rc. A No, the latet style in Men's and Boys' one term, and retired from the working north will meet iu 7 or show ,uu wlmt we nre doing. Here hi a u few mine: HATS. All wi be SOLI) LOW! position with much' more popular-- ' (lavs, and the survey bo complet- 8' .1 Oc l.ADIHS VHSTS, worth W cents. Ity as ii citizen and higher ed. Then the company will have as n lawyer than when in- the figures of distance, grade and MEN'S SL'Sl'IJNDKRS, cheap ut 2. cents. H Oo ducted Into oflice. This means cost before it, and act definitely. well, and is faithful, that he Three-Ply- , The belief that the whole move- Brussels, Two-PlTARLK OIL CI.OTII, sold everywhere nt JWnml lOcts. earnest wears honest. Ouraihie.o iZ)C Ingrain and Oil Cloth, at low prices. and ment is it bin IV jet possesses tho is that ho will make u strong race. mind of a great many, not only DRKSS IM.AIDS mill APRON ONKC'KS. A FULL STOCK OF along tho lino of survey but Men's tJulauudercd WIIITF. SHIRTS. Ileuvj Cotton. Dr. S. K. Davidson many newspapers. Some through :$7Jo Pure Linen llosnms. A Grand Ilargulii ! has returned to Hickman and re- think it a bluff to buy tho .Midland; and others that A splendid Hue of HOSIURY-.Mc- n's. Ro)s, Indies, Mios sumed the practice of his profes. it is to drive tho N. N. & M. V. siou. ThoR,)iIcslriug Dental work Also always on hand. and Cliildi en's. Kxnmliie our can tiud him nt his oniee, Clinton into better relations fiom Fulton All this street, up stalls over Cowgill & to Memphis. as only is tho mer- HARDWARE, QUEENS WARE, LA1HKS' IIOSB. Rest valuo ever oflerud. est surmise, tho Illinois Cowgill's drug store. DOORS, SASH, BLINDS. Central managers know tie actual Wc Invite you to call. Will bo pleased to show ou through PAINTS, OILS, &c, &c. Inquiries fortlmbeied lauds facts, and they are not likely to our stock. iiesr Hickman increases. Such let the facts bo known until their owners would benefit their com- purpose has failed or been accommunity nnd thrinsAlveri by not plished. The only tiling we do know as a sclliui; except to those who will here. fact is that thu engineering manufacture (he raw inati-ti.i- l Tho demands of this kind will ties are iu the field, running lines,! :. Ill J AH. M. 1(1 UK, Ml. come and come soon. Tho pies-cu- t &c., after the fashion of Hues up-$1,500 A YEAR. prospectors me mnstl.v specu- on which railioads ate built, audi Ilio Connecticut Indemnity Atiocinlion, indispeusublo beforei Mr. James M. Kill;, sr., died, at "Don't kill tho tonds, the ugly lators ami our owners had as well which aro of Vntfrbiiry, ( onnrcllcul, w.nln si toads, that hop mound 3 tur iluor. make tho profits for themselves, they can be built.. h8 (,mo , t,j8 u,milty, on Titos-- , ' i;tiit in rry conn y niul town in The Conner can bo entirely , t lo toad doili eat if 7i tt.tii Kacli meat the lit which they can do by waiting. Wo Kfi.unl.jr. If mi tf.nl ' ' "" iiiiijciiroi I'ontricii wild glie hot CniiiinifMioii us to politics with the truthful ,, a bundled bugs or mote." i not ilm.i., ir r ituc. Inlrtf"'", o tlmt In this Issue will be found the1 greatest ease, but finds it very ms "K1"' M0 w,,s ouu 4III UItHfHl.. u mulriiOe worker cun nmko $1,600 ' - Go to Young & Rio's for authorized announcement of Joe dilNoult to be so as to II iw Ultr IIm4, tiycarliliui. Italea rr711l.tr uud railroad est, most lospected, and most tvM w.Ml .Nt.ll IImJ. fiesh Kraut and Pickles. 11 20 W. Reiinelt, of Iliokinan county, I'ollcin guuratilrrJ iii.lM..f0.l.U. II u and, therefore, wo leave telligent farmers of Fulton II. A NI'.VLB. ir M o.mi i.inr i.r4, wo beg.iu-fo- rm yourj.y. H was generally conceded by Write, If jnn 4N 1111 I1.1II1 II..M.. The Ma.llelil water works as u candidate tor Commonwealth M 31 111.1, Ky. t:l . T.U., mil Mil'.H company Is now building mi ce Attorney. Mr. Reunott isuynnng w it uuii i; uoiwun. If ft.a .nI IIh.Ii.. I'irrnl.r.f those of Ids acquaintnuco that he 438 miKTINO "I " ' U t.n. II )" factory on the grounds ueiir the man of exceptionable popularity )un Notice to Contractors. .'Hptl". iUm. In . mm.1 4iul. l..rr . It is to turn oat 1'--' in Hickman count.v. and Iiun i i hat. J.r wall. .41.0-- I k) iallln .1 ll. tan strong following in this county. Iii'lii will le up lo 0 o'clock, p. Clothing!"0" i,K l0 P,Br"ltl,,"turo ,u,,1 tons a day. Tho grandest line or splendid mixer, He is s.iid to be Office. m , April Milt, 1.4.'2, by ihc unJf igntil, The farmers of I,uko county, a tireless worker in anything lie evershownin llickiuaii The best hlstoricd matters. Ho took an lo water nml rlrctric litliH for lUlirtmtl T.iiii Teuu., "ill plant a much smaller undertakes, and u clever, honor-- ' titling, the best made, and theactivo intciest iu public ntl'aiis, thia city, on the tnriiiv ye.r (rnrliU chcipest. Call and examine. crop of cotton thls.vear than last, nblo gentleman, p,irlitsulni- as to political issues, l.lan. I'lunx mid pecilicallont cun be N., 0. & si.'r. u. k. Eluson As Co. j ,Mf lHrip ,lg (M r0BWellOO ,lc,ro tven In my olfice.M. B. SUA W, Mtyor, ami are turning their ntlentiou to AUrei., A remedy for the spariowj AIIKIVKMi I.KVK com and hogs. llickmnn, Ky. Tr.lH .. M. VI p Tr.l N... W, lt ml r post is suggested by the (iwings-Among the hundreds of things never fought otlico or leadership, .1, S r Jl, IralH Or, tl. M. Islkh, Chm'n Coin. The Governor has signed the lllo Outlook as inoii! efleclivo that combine to make life miser-- j but avoided public place, legard-ablMarch 'Jl), lSy.'. Thl" rotil ninV-- i cloe connrctlnn whli bill pioviilini: that Western Ken than the Illinois plan of two cents! to the residents of towns and (,, ,!,p ,utiQ8 ,,r n ,,riVi,to citizen llir t. & N l McK.ncif italiif tiorili. ml tuok.v convicts be sent direct to a headIt is to cultivate the I'aJiis-tV nlili ite N N- & is Rolnf uorlli .ill lliu N.wlirru fconi. tlm l'Mdyxlllo pilsnu, instead of screech owls and spariow hawks. ev'coi patriot. His well stored mind titoItl Ion (0lDg aillllh. tlrst being brought to Fraukfoit. Rut tho remedy might become full of them. There are the mapMy .Imiii nlice worse than tho disease, especially tellers, the novoltj canvasser, the of information eminently tilted 0 ucrci;residence I acrr In II contiihi conil- aujiit orcliard, RUCK Rlios' Is the place logo Nrrvlrr. of llii i:'lru il linrrli. songbirds' your e, es tested and titled iu the country, wherewould ho in )lcturoenlaijjing lellow, the frult - liiin for leadership nnd publiu ing of Aprlri, I'e.ir", rrkClirn, riuin., to anil young chickens Srrlcr ttrrr Il .nl .Inl Suniliy l to have ilcl.o,ce fruit, ' (,1"rr, tieo agent, and last, but not lenst,1 u.c l,iB JSnectacles or all kinds. H:L"J IJ'Tjf KilJay HL.lUn m .ml 7 " I' "I danger. lSesnles, not withstanding tho UhiuullOUH bookl.gcilt. The ,n"U,U0,,1,'1UMlllLU1 ,o..d cl.teru nd well, nud.,11 neeery i ' years sinco (jo.,.c..le..t to u. foiled t"'1 ui.lil at 7 o'ciuck irrrice anil Ireiuri-- It is said that cistern water the sparrow has become an almost thing lias become nlinosl unheal- Firill'iill, liiclor. Urn. I'eriiH wilt be made eJ'. otlior that has liecnmn foul iua. be pun Intolerable nuisance, and ischarg able. Men aro hometinies com- ,IU ,w,a slilekeu with patal.vsis infomuilou c.l on or nldru.4. Fur i""'1 t'Hillned to his home there-IMed with powdered hoiox oruliini, ed with nil sorlH of depredations pelled to be rude to those people I'lirlaliitn Clturrli. TUM :M.t.ON, hit. slgnlllcant 7;17-t- f l.tl il.y 1'rcoliiHK The business i from until quito recently. For Srlrn nnJ (lit lril'a ilaj'in f.irli A ipiarter of a pound of each will it is ano epidemicfact that we have Illikainn. ICy. ii'l rory tontlis his friends consider. of catcrpillara not tlisreputnble in itself, but Micro "" purify twcuty-llvor more bands. had innnlli, HM.r J. II. llonlii), since his advent among us. Let is an odium attached to it result.11"1 !"' nuch improved, but last Helioiil rvry rf'in liy, J COMMISSIONER'S SALE, Mirl, A Philadelphia soap manufac- us not bu In too grent a hurry for ing fiom the annoyancu il causes, w'l'' ',0 w's prostrated with nn hup'l. All nrc Cdnlliilly Imilnl lo uttrnil turer n.vn: "1 liave coullued ni Ids extermination. which makes the presenco of a iifiH" tuck of pneumonia fiom, llioat ifrlcf. I'liltiiii Clrrull I'iMirl, l(rnliii-U)-- . which he died. It is rather strange iiilvertising entirely to uowspa-pets- . A inuetlng of (ho citizens of burglar moio tolerable than that O. M. Wilhurn, ft l , rialmiir, ) t1'1" u 0'' Routlemnn possessed The man who does not read I.ako county, last week, in the ! of again.! Kquily, the ideu that ho would die this J It ftnJS V. Willi iras, (Win Jf a newspaper docs not usu soap." terest of the leee fiom Hickman -- Amusing, entertaining and in- winter nnd never live to see tho, Ily v r lie of h juiljiuent nnd order of hythe 8pI g; nn.I true to his roiebod-Fashion declares that "the to the highlands of I.ako county, stinctlvo! Ul.atisitf The man who told you so is to le of ihe Fulion Circuit Court, render spring bonnet will be still siuallei passed icsolutions to niemoiializu hums and notions of the biisi i,ir " ,.a ed ho found in ovory community. ani .....i, ,, ,i:..i,, ...u .... ci at tho Kebruary term lliereuf, ...... in " "". Congiess nnd Iho River Comiuls given by tho ladies of tho i.mi.ii,,,, ...,,.,. gave tokens of the nbove cniife, I ahnll pioct-f- lo oiler CjT Go to Young & Rio'm for this season." Wo very much feai stun to build tho lovue and setting "Bee," Methodist Church, at Hickinan the spring's return. Honor to his ormluut the court hoiue door la Ilk some energetic dealer in ml that 11:" freoli Groceries. , man, Ky., to the hlgheal bidder, nt I'uhlio crnscopcH will lie blamed for this forth facts supporting tho neces-- College, tniiij.il, (April 1st), nt ,eianry, and peace to his ashes. has but few Ntate of n flails. And ton. on Moinl.iy, lie lllli day of sity for sumo. This is n good i:.H) o cluck. Iho editor of tho L The spring poet April, isi).', al o'clock, p in., or there aru bound move, but tho people of Lake' Courlor-Jouina- l xv rites that publisher writing of a resoTho Hr"t Step about lin oounly court day), upon a 'Learn to labor anil to wait" county would Htieugtlion their1 liitiou introduced in the Senate of .", iaj; respect. , nr, Id ,vll,p, cWi M, eredil of six mill twelve iiiotilli., Ihe Is good advice. Tho meat position by clouting n Congress-to .e.iiinlreD.r.n'i ii.ii.k. ,,ni ,io .nvihi,, ilcorlhed propeity, lo wli: l.olt Dancing masters aro general' about it Ir tho disposition man from their own Distiiot that the United States iu lenard 10U feet utf of aT7, you vronJer Iiil ot these entertain-incuth posted hh to the latest move- jnaiiifested to disregard tho lirst would give earnest help to thu. Having at ono great Columbian Ex- to j our a.ll.fiioiloii, nndbred lli. wnniln, No North27S nnd 27tf. inil You .lioulil all you and 1U.J, end of Iota- No. the 'portion of tho proverb and put enterprise. Last year when the' position, the ments on foot. roil nr Ukbijt lite llrtl xtep into Nervnu nil Iu Wet lliokuiiii. t'ntiuii county, Ky. said: "that gieat and Tolilo, t'ro.ll the purohaiie prlci, ihe iiurcbaaer, n Peaches in this locality were nil thu emphasis on tho last. as this wonderful affair ant in lloii Yuit nee ynu Ner("find the For approveil aeciirlty or eecuritiea, mint River Commission lauded at Hick Kloairlo llllli-rill mIi not killed hi the bud by thu Into A Louisville merchant uiiiti for tho express purpose of1 might be, it would bo wauling iu n.ict reuieily for the ynur urrvoii lion.l. lieirlni leai inlere.l irom Huvcre wenthor, uucording to Home other day committed nn assault healing propositions mo m this u chief novelty and nttiaclioii Ihuday of inle until paid, anil bitiinc the lem toils iinruiiil, healllir con.lillon Idem follow the 11. 0 of tlii" fi.rce mid rll'eol of n jndiiiiieiit. authority. Without it." Coillo and CllOS It at i's"rlirlbiK ronlu 011 a newspaper man because the leveo company, your CongressTonlo stj.l a!imii. Your will he prepared lo comply promptly wllh latter had found fault with his man, Pierce, in tho face of uigeiit home, and nienaro yourself to, '" " An cxohiingo says that tho the. leruH. failed to hepieseut participate in this nmuse.uenl UH-JibT."rT. Tk!Z,?! W. V TAYWtR. memborn of n faiully look mueh grammar. Nn Kentucky gentle- importunities, hU help might have when jou attend tho Exposition .,uhy nciiun. Tri-MniOrr CuniuUiiloiiili l". U. 0, nfrectiomite In a pliotogruph man, sah will submit to aniiuail- to help, when bmil. PrUo 30o iiioio v Ilolcoaitc'.' t)rui Marc!, '.'(t, ISW-- yuestyc.tr. Admission 10 centc. version1 011 ills grammur. urougiu sLiccuiii. Sure. trwp tlmii they lo out of It. Ue let will bo V VP roadj J T V I, j A JTi I V (ft X J A, HcSaniel .Successor to POWELL & RKO.,) Our priees Jail! y Ilnving bought tho Grocery Stock of Powell & Rro., will continne the old stand, and announces to the pubbusiness nt that lic that lie is making largo additions to the stock, nnd will lrc,iynuy ami everything In the well-kimw- u " ' WHILE 1 Largo and Boautiful Stools - Chi-cag- 1 o Spring i ( :.i Shut Ml i Line. Further omionncemrnt new gooilfl nrrivo. tlirougli the Conner uillbomade at 5( yic J(. Stnndtird Prints. Dross Ginghiuns. Doiurslic. DRESS GOODS FARMERS? IF. !EL CASE, CO TO THE SQUARE DEAL GROCER. FOR ONK OF THOSE gg Cases. The Best Thing Out! Every Farmer Should IIrto One! Wash Dross Goods. Zephyr, (jinglinms and Zopliyrino. 1 j THE OLD RELIABLE. 10c 15c ' , !.,. Mic. CHAS. M MBE, Denier In DRmKDiCINES, PAINTS AHO DYE-STDF- Dress Goods. Albatross, F tip-to- Press (ioods, Triniinings and water-works- B:c::niAN, xcv. PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED. New Advertisements, wcll-sclcct- cd 25c 1 ' Qeats? Wucalsbiag Goods, Dr. L. OTLEY PINDAR, PHYSICIAN ANO Young & Be. f DEALEH8 IN SURGEON, HICKMAN, Itfuldence and office KENTUCKY. .djololog Judce King.'! icpu-tatlo- Ceuarpe.'fcjs I y, Casrpt I man'. Staple and Fancy ofTiee. 25 !)2 HAVE Jtt INSURANCE XV GROCERIES FRUITS, fcc. Clinton St., io OP AM. KINDS E N B Y Ten-uc.sc- o FRESH GROCERIES J. P. ROTSTfER, Ol'FICK, T. Arif.t'ni. it nnir Jv' II I C K JI A HITT lit Door E.siJ.r Uelfilf Ilotif, HICKMAN, KY. 05c milHIUlllMIJ ii mi niwn ur m niOKMAN', KY. WK Ellison iS.rrfi.on Brothers,. In I. .1. Dailt, I J J. AMEEEC'S soars. I Centrally located. Convenient to River Lauding, liassos Call Regularly. Uveiy Attention given to Comfort General Insurance Ag'ts. FIRE, TOBNADO, MARINE LIFE AND ACCIDENT! Toil! Assets ! of Ouests. D. B. lUlYAST, Frop'r. CYPRESS FENCING FOR SALE. 8caoned (Jyprea. Ftnemc for "ale, by Look at This! I rit. ! J KHlftMiM-.- , ,,,.,. w "'"'' (!KO. N. IIBLM, ot lui tore in Kaat Hickman, near the linllroal Pepot. 0 6 of Cozusie. Bspresnttj, rc.uoD-atil- r, N coun-offwhei- o W. DLESTELBRLNK. vt i Family Groceries. Take Notice! In Ilia Imii'a t;om n' OKI'IOU OVEK UICK3IAN nANir, m.HH-- r, stand-pipe- Oourior Job I I 11 apace lo name all articles, but u trouble lo show r iJs. Come nnd sec, al the corner of Troy Ky and Moscow Afenue. Ka.l I) NO HICKMAN, KENTUCKY. SALE AND LIVERY STABLE Talh. HI lur.-iU- - SMi-rn- , I l'arlle. indebted I m cltUr ann.it... I i. ib.r..l...n,l tnlllA ....--...milt", ..an v.,. at once and ..Itle, .r Ihlr chiiini em u. by rot a will bo InFMrrt!..! . Fa ins KEEl'S sate HOUSES, & Pakkeb, STItEET on Iiaud N M Tl-l- i. N ptaceil e I M- - i Juno-lio- n - - 3i,,;?,:r z rhs - Ircltou. cost. I AM( iaen bi. I c JDUNMV1TTIN0. r. li olhoer tor col- ni" inereny site KENTUCKY oonsunlly for hire I ", i"l, Attorney - at - Law, Office, Cllu. i. i B. T. DAVIS, HICKMAN, Hating purchased and enliro O'lltit of I.aclcde Uloclt, and HACKS. tlablr, horeei U. I'lumroer we p'opojc to coDlitiuc Ihe buiiutis, and solicit piUronie' HUOOIES Ihe W. KY. fH - Will ' n s'lei.d promft' lo ll biiInnn mclitt IK) lu lilac ire rjickman fijarble Works, AT, HICK MAX, M.Ailtt I O.N -- nrj self-defense- . nir V Hun-iln- y A. W. LINDSAY, B. C. RAMAGE, IN , Attorn HICKMAN. oy-- a OIHcu t-- X. aw 8:10 Italian ami American Maiuim "MINTS, llJ.MII AND OltAVK KY. LOCAL NKWS."" In-- 11 sllck-tongne- d book-iigeu- t. with It K Mirrell. - ! i, I I JDR. A. A. PHYSICAN HICKMAN, -- F'.A.Riy .lock, a fine lot of Aner- lean and llaliuu Marble. I am pre- p i red to till all orders. Call and txumlu 11 rj STONES. A VINO In uiy OrJora filled. nork from Ihe country promptly I J AfJD SURb'EON - 1 1 -- I w 1 - KENfUCia vrFEltS blsProf'Hilraol Service, lo tbe clliieumf Hickman uud vlcln LiitDlTd acksmilh au lU.'tit W k A. F. OLIVER, and Undertaker KENTUCKY. ilftntA. illlll-cult- 1 s G. H. Sueccor E ' s mmW. - fj i ICKMAN, III m .Knit. Ii 1 U 1 AJiltt Jlltn I f IVK Ml As() I s Books aid Stationery, Hickman, : A'.it?Ai 1 eit-vul- 111. ' Kkntucky. "-'- BOOKS ri''U'' NOV KKl'l' IN STOCK, O - Itc htitlonery ofe'ery variety and nljle. r. CJi. AUo. hb"1 'lr ' leading df ihe LmU-- SUltt. uik-papi- Common, UosoniHid, aud Solid Ulack Wat. lint Collins and Canea, which Can I filled up nn abort nolire, and it reMubla prlcra, (lire me a call. Undertaker's lt t tieii Jon want or rt.ua.tM nil JrM!.eli.g a upctUlt lint nn wi inn )o( Till I. Goods, t'af liQp lUajS'.-i- nt.a hc Jul). Q?) TWr HHUH1 fiXMSI twiiwf''"".spy rnsm r ohnmbllnt; ungainly fellow cam around tho pott offlco corner Tho boys knew him " H at a Vermont mnn named Has. ""'' ,,'1 '""' been lotflnp; nronntl '"r ,,irco weeks, and was jrenern underttoml to Ihj mucli kesner than b' hked caino tip Jim heUI tho rei- pmmMii nfm's lenpti s it i'nniin- iMrlB- ltlcally, and v n lie camo sjasvaValfMifalfafa.. .4 B w TkLLLL&Z"1 Jim rr! a mists.'. l"l' li' down W Pclrolt, bought the whole hill for n song, formed a company, nnd now ho vau sell out his sharo for n Hut ho hundred thoiisnml won't; he'll hold on, nnd ho'll bo a millionaire in five years." Then Jim went out, called tho boy togcthur In caucus, and they then nnd thoro revolved that they had played tho most expensive April fool joke, on record. Victor Valentine, in Golden P.iy.v. FIFTY-SECON- D C0NUHK8S. I'lrnt Meaalnn. '. ., kKAOv '" , T?V Of my discomfiture, imall blame flnda Suddenly Jim nnn.,t d t we Hat- f I WAS on the lint of comb for tho first time M "M April that my i "Mr. Itascomb," RIi,,l '. . Ujr came to ranh If u re n good ntTcctutlon of dlfildenr. fjp And nil the April Jttil c of copper, aren't t rays aiw srriirs mb. nis "Aot very," nnswerel our mblrM at lier tiirth tvenlc und watery cjf "ftmir unthey easily. ' I can toll it " I 8, lt With link of fraprnnt apple tinted ehwk and chin, that's about nil." And hue of purplo Motets her eye they irls"r.thaul" cxclnitned ' " in a vexed titled In, any light And jtllovr of the crocus brought to ahlne tone. "Then you can't t! ' on this argument.7 Th t imnl."ho afaon her curls, gave to her, and tear And ssnny smiles they went on rnpidli'.iVvtnt rili'J "P on like purest pe.trls. tho very top of that h ' vender tho Nor dkl they It withhold, oh' no, few jlrls aro one with tho blasted r"" at 1,H ',a,p Hut 111 "contest that she has made nn April I say it must havo been oropjH J there, foci of me. and tliut It carao from tin Houghton district, nnd Tom here '.n lares that it If the command me stay, I stay; If pjl, straight-wago; cropped out on tho 1. l'"t it's no If she decree that night la day, I awear that It matter so long as y u inn'ttcll the lsso ' rrowns he, my heart sinks In my breast; difference. Como alon.- l"vs. The boys followed I in mnto besallies she, I fain would dance, And whether aklci be fair or dark dcrnia upon wilderment, and when th v got arutind her (rlancr tho corner were nmazed to sco tlictr And though she may neglect me quite, some leader lclnk tip with laufMer other strain to blest "Yhiit's tho joke?' nK. d Mart, with With her dollghtsomo company, la feigned unn puzzled look. consciousness "Do's anyone seo tho k at 1 v.?." w . Jg ' x. fW urnm (Tim nncil out i icre tlmo llnscomb sn liurtriM. w "cn Rrotipt und tli niiijr Jim in Brpn' woniicrinjr in tho world lie mj rt to. "HEAL Hut Then II IHil HUMOH." (it ?eeni In Ite Duty tltna y I her per- versity, For I'll content that the has madt an April tool of me. Hut If "tla rarely I rebel, and tow no more I'll bear these April moodt this April maid to oft eea fit to wear, fcarco Is uy farewell spoken, when a penitent point'.'" And then and then (what lo cr, pray, relentless could remain') kneel for pardon, and take up tho cap and belli again, Content, If near her I may lit e, whate'er she wills to bo, Tor 111 confess that she h mado an April fool of mo. Margaret njtlnge, In Detroit Free Tress. appear, rne silken fringe that Telia her eyes all gemmed with April tears. iV-a cAr fSFwroft ' A a SajfTW - vsj : ' -back, seo door-bell- ml T "Hut they are funny," said Mart Harper, slyly pinning a strip of yellow calico to Tommy Mowers' coat-tail"1 doult it," replied Jim, stoutly. "I can't scans tip tho least bit of a smile when Squire Burgess looks up and down the street in response to our 'Hello!' and for the life of mo I can't Is "that tliese jokes are senseless." small of his vainly trying to catch a fjlimpso of the mc," said Jiin M c A r t h u r, STniKES "What It llascomh doing?" asked Jim, without aDtvci1njr ther general query. "Standing with his hands In his pockets," answered Anderson, after taking a careful peep. "Is that the joke?" "So," said J m after Indulging In another kin'; the jolco will como In about an hour, when you'll wo Has- epm'i rootln? away vvith pick and shovel on the top f Fox MIL Didn't you see tho nnntng gleam In his eyo when I put th? chink under his note? Well, I did; and if he Isn't on tho hill Inside of an hour, it will bo because ho can't buy, beg or borrow tho tools." The boys saw the joko nnd roared. Everybody In l!vo know that Fox had tcin thoroughly pro' hill nocted, una that mere wasn't an ounce of oro In it, and when they saw tho Yankee climbing tho mil, sure enough, they fairly w Hooped, it was such a good joko that they told the old folks, and they enjoyed it, too. Glazcr, tho storekeeper, vowed ho would set off some fireworks In honor, and four or five choice spirit, who regulated tho affairs of tho nation by sitting on Glazer's bar rels and boxes, and consuming tobacco for nino hours a day, mado pre para tlons to give the foolish prospector a Hat-comb- 's J w , i ' funny in ringing what there s or tyinp dead cats to garden gates. It Is simply annoying to the other people, and tho mischief of it it than any one of us could be victimized tho anmo way by the bluest idiot In town. Tor instance, Mart has just pinned a rag on Tom's coat, and doesn't calaHMylan serenade AnoVw13 l more to tho purpose, they did,.Vhen llac mb camo down from. Fbljgpill at nightfall ho looked woebegone and fagged out, and ho tried to sneak Into the hotel through tho back door, but tho boys were there to welcomo him Ho took it enough when ho found he couldn't escape. The boys plied him with questions about how many veins ho had struck, and how much he would sell out for; nnd of courso ho couldn't do anything but grin sheepishly and try to look as it ho didn't mind their chaff. Then tho landlord gave, him a dig about his expedition, and tho girls who waited on tho table had something to say, and when he rashly ventured out after supper tho statesman from Glu- zers surrounded him with tin horns and tin pans and other instruments of y Apprrelttpil. "Can 1 staj hero nnd sleep on a loungo asked n young man as ho walked Into the l'rets club last evening and joined a group of reporters, "l'vo got to, anyway, whether I can or not. I'm n victim joko. It of tho boomerang April-foo- l started in like this: 1 wilt just getting my comfortable second nap this morning when a call camo on my door und the voice of tho landlady notified tno thnt tho pottmnn wns below with n registered letter for which I must glvo n receipt in person. Had I been good nnd nwalto I would not have been caught by such a transparent joke, but I wns just stupid enough to huttlo into a portion of my clothes and tramp downstairs, whero everybody hailed mo with thnt old chestnut about 'April fool.' "I went tack to my room, soro In spirit, and kept thinking of a plan to get oven nil through tho day. Hy afternoon I had tho thing nd llred up nnd proceeded to work out my plan. 1 went homo between live and six and took occasion to mopo about for a lit-tl- o while, making all tho folks see mo nnd notlco my glumncss. t was tho very embodiment of woo and would only respond In luonoyllablev Then I went to my room, took off my coat and vest and put a streak of red ghastly grease paint across my neck resent bllug a slash with a razor. In nddition to this I imt a red spot on my .slilrt front, and then, grasping a razor In tny left hand tho blade clotted with imitation blood nnd a revolver in my right, I flrcd two blank cartridges, let n wall out of me, staggered nnd fell with a thud to tho floor. 'Ihere 1 lay, with the revolver tlriuly gmsped in my right hand and the razor in my left. "In 9 second I heard feminino screams nnd pattering footsteps on tho stairs. Then tho landlady and two or three married women and tho servants broke Into my room, saw my bloodstained corpse stretched out on tho tloor, and set tip nn assortment of shrieks which mado the pictures turn face to tho wall. Then I heard somo moans and a woman flopped to tho floor in a faint. Moro moans and another Hopped. Tho landlady and her sister camo to mo and bent over mo with horrified exclamations, and the II t thing I know the sister let loose a little wall and fell across my stomach. In about a second tho landlady herself sunk In a heap with an arm thrown across my neck, whereupon tho scrvaut girls turned and tied with shtl-k- s. "I dragged myself from beneath tho forms of my sympathizers nnd sat up. It was a beautiful sight. Four women dumped down on tho floor regardlest of appearances, borne of them with their noses puncturing tho carpet nnd some tied in knots. I threw a glassful of water in each woman's face, nnd lit 'a cigarette and watched 'em como to. They Opened their eyes about tho same time, and pretty soon sat up and looked about 'em. I watched their faces, nnd when I saw that they had about got their bearings 1 blithely remarked: 'Arrll fool' and rubbed tho red greaso paint off my neck with a toweL Just then the servant girls returned with a policeman and came charging upstairs. 1 happened to know hliu and gave him a wink, and told him it was a mistake; that one of the boys had worked a litjoko on tho folks, and ha tle April-foo- l went nwny. Hut the women turned in and abused me scandalous, and tho landlady ordered mo out of the hou-at once. To escape their wratli I lied, and when I sneaked back after supper found my trunk on tho doorstep with a note tacked to it ordering mo not to try to enter on pain of being murdered in my bed. "That's why I'm here. When will tho American people learn to appreciate real humor? That's what I want to know." Chicago Mall sad-ft.voo WAsiiinoTON, March . rNAT-ittlol), Introduced- - Urging the paasaite of tho houe bill providing for tho eree'lon of a monument In Wnthlnston city In commemoration ot iho hcrolo deeds uf cnllttetl men who irato their llvrs for suppression of the rebellion: tinriiut bei repealed that permits tho pout that tho master-genera- l to haro return tcqiieata prlntr I oncnteloiica: urging the pnatage of a bill providing for the free and unlimited colnagoof all ter protecting against Iho pussago ot agenerd bankruptcy Uwi urglwr tho paaaago of the Hoar clothing bill. lloi'SK Itrprrarntallvo Parrot, of Indiana Introduced a bill providing for tho appointment rf an Ohio rlter commlaalon ot fire pcrsor.n u consider plans for the Improvement of the rlv from 1'lttnhurgh to Cairo. Mr lllamt opem I tho CctKtto oil the Kilter Question, peaktng 'Utsror Mr Wldlama pokeon tho oppmue aide, followed by Mr Harter pro nnd Mr il. Kalgcon iVAatllNnTnx, March Sherman presented petitions urging th ' the World's fair le closed on Sund.tr, one In 'ii the undents nt Oberlln rollrpe. nnd one fr the Klrt Presbyterian church at Cunton O. !' presented ul-- o. tho usual number ot pctlti, irjin LinniT, in vmiii n nu nam nil me ttri ' In the world cured by congressional action. HofsE Tho following were among the prln'e bills Introduced Into Iho house Hy Mr Knot of Ohio, pensioning Hainan Hall, late of (', piny K llsth O V I. at tli 1T month: ftlonlng Mary I Stapleton, widow of Ur I) u Stapletun lato n surgeon of U S. tolunteer ut HJperminth. Mr Capeharfs (Va.) hill for relief ef Ismcl It Smith has been reported t to the houso from the military minmlltr f reference to the commute on Intnlld penl . The enate ha a bill pensioning M Letcnlat) Athon, widow of Dr J O. Athor of Indianapolis Ind . Uto a tolunbfr surgco s tholato war at tl'i per month. Tho bill s been ent to the house and referred to Ike t It mlttceon Inialld pension. Mr Oapch-trtfor the relli f of the Mrthodl-- t church at P t Pleaant. V Va , In the s-- of II 010 for Its se during the war has been faiorably reported. Th Neve Itnuto to Colorado. PIETY. Rlaetrlt MrstUhws HIodnic Cais Mongolians far UghuM -- run dull v tituoen I'lilengo, OmaThe Heverence uf the FILIAL Filial piety Is the special virtue of China ntid Japan, From It spring loyalty to tho emperor, who is regarded as "the father and mother of his people." Thero aro no greater favorites the Japanese than tho 1'nragons of Filial l'iety," whose nets of virtue are tho subject of ts 1th y Their Aneestiirs. to Chinese legends. One nf tho l'nrngons hnd a cruel stepmother who- - was very fond nf llsli. Never repining nt her cruel treatment o of him, he lay down on the froiett of n lake. Tho warmth of his bixly melted a hole In tho Ice, nt which two rp came tip to breathe; these ho and took homo to his stepmother. Auother I'aragon, ft boy with a most lensltlve skin, Insisted on sleeping without any covering at night, so that the mosquitoes should fasten on him, while his parents slumbered undisturbed. Another, who was of the femalo sex, elung to the jaws of a tiger which was sur-f.i.- t p.iil MR. REYNARD AND MRS. GOOSE. The Ijitlrr l'laya nn April Fool Joko to Idem tent to the senate the follow fug nom tlors Stanton J Peelle, of Indiana, Judfe f thorourlot elalins. tire UUsnl W Seollild V H dlsirlct Judges W. K TcwvAt. for dNirlct of Connecticut John 11 'teetnr, northern district of Teias John U Dker, U, S. judge for district of Indiana: O t. lephB W Orwsbeck. Slsth Infantry, to b- - Jude advocate, with the rank of major. HorsE The tlmo of Iho house n cupled by the debate on Iho free sllteris imp '111. At midnight a motion to lsyihe mat' ro ie labia was toted on and resulted as Yeai llo lis nays 1 1T The sjmitn'r eame to tl reaeue nndtotedlnfavorofthcmensure lak iltatlfl SeWasiiisotox, March it be bill glvrn which Mr Manford. of Call to- - ila. ' uewlav notice he wilt coll up In the Ken. i next, rends as follows "Tim tti 'lue of twenty flto and eight trnths nraliK f gold shall bo rhall the standard bj wh i be measured value and determtreil it n dollar, and all dolars - all be charge received nnd paid out In ihe of debt, both public and pr rate it par, measured by the aforesaid Ma Un" t value whether the stamp ot the gover ner" naklng ihe dollar boon gold, sllter, pir or vother material Thttlhelegaltenderta eof .h dollar tssuod by the t'nlud State hl lrcnd alone on the stamp of the governm. nl a thero shall bo no obligation on the part "f thr tem-men- t to exchango one dollar for a othr n the Horsr. Three hours were cor-iit lb house y ill for In the consideration v,. tho rilWf of the personal represent of Henry 1L Sibley, the Inventor cf th- "ilbley tent, but no determination was reach Mr Hatch, of Jowrt, Introduced a bill n th iiouae, by request, creating a rommmlss! n to julre Into and report upon the Induitrla and v ental progress made by the colored pcoplo u 1MIS, and making an appropriation suit, lent ' r the purpose. . U'amiingto, March St sAir -- Little business of Importance was tracacted n th senate HOfsr- - Mr. Wilson, of Kentuck lutrOiced a bill authorizing the secretary of he I rlor to plac on the pension roll the names of Iho Burtltlrg honorably discharged o(9ers and mrnof the orrmlxationsof lcnt oky i tla, de.gnaud as follows Frankfort bai , Ion, Paducah Kttulloa, Sandy Valb y bafallon iknown as the Capital guards and the N rth Cumberland battalion), Three Forks bar ion, Harlan County battalion, mil's Gap batta ton, Orcsnltiver battalion. Middlo Green Hive- - ab tallon. South Cumberland battalion First onrutry, Casey County state s, Capt Iliwsey a Ilalh County rangers, an the names ot widows, minor children and depr lent parents of Slice officer and men. Washington, March M -- Scsate. Sr ttor Carlisle Introduced a bill removing tho .into of desertion against William W Utter uck, late privato In Company K, Fortieth leo icky V I, Tho following private bills were itro-JucHy Senator Sherman, for tho rei f of John A. lynch, an employe. In the In the oRlcc of Ihe sixth auditor paying him sixty rents cr hour for 4,1) hoars of extra service Mr. Mary Clule.v, John Ctute. lal- - private In Company K, Thlriy-sliiO V I . granting an honora'ile discharge to Jamea Petty, Uto ot Company C, Klghty-eii'htregiment, O. V I HorsB Mr Dockery. of Missouri, tntrodaced y a resoluiiua calling upon tho secretary of Iho treasury as to what gold and stltrrand other metnl had been coined from June I, mi, to March I 1872, the amount on hand, and whether tho catuclty of Ihe mint Is sufficient for the present coinage of Iho United Stau a. Mr Outhwalle, from Ihe committee on military affairs has reported favorably Mr llaynes' bill providing for the permanent preservation And cnsiodyof the records of the volunteer nrs.!c Tbccommltlieon war claims has favorably reported a bill authorizing the payment of pay and allowance to minors who were discharged rrom me army cf the I'nlteil stalls after the close ot iho war of the reunion b) ss-cla- l order secured ,y action of friends, and before the date of Ihe general mustering out uf their Washisutos. ManhSt. Sisstc Thep - The drollest of nil these stories Is thnt of RornshL This Paragon, thoi-- h seventy years old, used to dre-- s 'J baby's clothes nnd, crawl tilmut o.i floor. Ills object ttus to delude his pirciils, who were renlly over ninety scars of nge, into the idea that they could not bo very old after all, as they had such an exceedingly infantile soul Tho Jnpanosc consider that one of tho gravest dangers to tho future welfare of the country arises from tho Importation of our less patriarchal tvesteru Ideas. Youth's Companion. Wide Av aVe for April It a vrritnblo Kastcr number. In its pictures, In its stories, in its poems, the L'aster spirit predominates. This April number Is quite as acceptable a remem-braue- e at tho Raster season as the conventional canl or booklet Mevnelle's frontispiece, "Easter Day," llurgoss" "Easter Lily," Oarrctt's atir-rin-g crusading picture, are fitting acI'ouUsou's companiments to Miss charming verses, "The Flowers' Faster Message," to Miss Rarstow's delightful "Story of nn Easter Hat," and to S. llrooks' spirited Easter Day ballad of crusading days, "I'rluee Amulet." Mr. Lewi.' desetlp-tlo- n d the dny'a of the ' fetHlvltles in (lerninny. Miss AinnmU It. Hams' delightful story of ' How Kastcr came to the little Nuremberg Maids," and another sketch in tho Fair Harvard Scries, "The Holy Coat of Treves" by Kenneth McKenzle are timely. MK Cocke contributes a capistory of .Siuthem life, tal war-tim- e "The Romance of a Calico Gown;" Tudor Jenks, a characteristic wonder story, "Chriftopher's 'At Home,' " and LieuL-CoThorndtke, a stirring account of a flight "Out of Parts by fitll-pag- o Easber-Tree,"nl. Rnl-loon- ." latter had escaped bout to devour her father until the Bit Dollars t Chicago. The Cincinnati. Hamilton rt Dayton It. II. nnnounce a reduction of ha, Lincoln nnd Denver, via the. Hhort Line between Clnclni all nnd Chicago the faro to six of tho Chicago, MIlwtiukoo.'CHt l'util U'v dollars. This rate Is now In effect, nnd Clilonpi to Onuiht nnd tho llitrllugtoti tnircliasjlntr tickets to the World's Routo ilmnha to I.liuoln and Denver J" .ltjr ro ,,,al Ul7 "n'1 vl llB Gf I loato Chicago 0 IX) p. M, nrrlvo Otiuthu noxt mnruliig, Denver second morning for II ,t U, tho Pullman Safety Vcatlbulod with Dining Cars. iircnKiiisi, iiieo nun iimuis tvnsiiou, roauy en uat nc nrniwn for business or plonsui o. Tlmo und money Tlh "Vaiiei. iVainVTs. and I'stnU tjhlca saved All Coupon Ticket A gouts in the '.Ti'r w,fl"or .'" ,u,l,1l '"" to practise the hsn.tt, Inl'ira lha Iron, and burn eg United Mates ntid Canada sell tlckc-tvia tini'i no know, how to nologlie gtnccf'illy. Th lllilnt Mil Mnva l'tillih II Jlrllllant, Ht Paul H'r. or thn Clilesfro, MlttvnukoofS Moinert tuo Journal. less, Durable, and the consumer laTS for Ii ur UM partus nllli every pure has. uiiiress net), il iieanuru, tionoriu llulldlug, nnd TtoVet Agt , "' lo' ii'V8rii'" T,",0.HaVk'" Nlno Coughs, Chicago, lit. Horchaniid mid Tnr for 1'Iko sloothaoho Drops Cure In ono minute You ran never know how high a vnluo a Hit.K.scg la golden. mnn puts upon himself until he aims a rn.ll- -i The never ond eompun v for I.VOfH) dsmniroa for tho ajs a word -I- lliighamtoalrf'ailer. loss of ono linger. lljltluioro American. TiJ progress of sclenco In uiesllctne hsa picluoed nothing IwtUr for human Ills Aro Vnu Interested than the celebrated Reeeham's Ptlla. In tho progress of tho World's Falrl If so, nnd you desire to form nn idea of ttie work Tiiii minister's study-h- ow to make both will p' brim; ticrforinod nnd the craiiileur and iids meet -lDr.. Bull's Cough Syrup coufltror Jn"J goc. .lfo. maKuifloencoot Its conception when com .X -pietist, send n two cent stamp to Mr. P II l.ord, General Passenger nnd TleUot Agent of tho Chicago, Ht Pant K. Kansas City Railway, Ill nnd a valuable and hnmlsomn souvenir will lw tout to toil bv 1 HAD oi letuni man, giving joti n inn tioiv dith- - hulhtlnga under construction, tho ana iinuu swollen ami scaly like a dead luh The itchliiL' was teniUe. and fmallv LOST mensions of caohuml total rust and nrcn ill I Ol'lll t. Ancr treatment by five phrticUiu, and other icmcdio without relief, I took of same, beside other useful Inforiimtlon B and IT cuarn mk. .Vfy skin is loft and smooth, and the tcrtibt trouble Ii all You wilt uove-- ottond nnyono bv rldiouU cone. K N. MlTClliLU Mmoh. Gj. 1 know the above statement to I Ing ttio nvenigo mnn, for tlio reason that true. S. S, IUkmon, Maren, Go. oteryono who hoars you thinks ho Is nbovo I was for tome time troubled with an obstinate RASH OR HUMOR, that spread uvoraga. tlio over my face and breatt. I contullcd physicians, ami uted'minjTirinadiet without a Tim Duty One. Kwr Prlnted-l'- an Ton rind At the suggestion of a friend I used Smlt't Specific, which completely cuinl me. Thi the ttor.IT was two years ago, and I hive hid no return of the trouble. .11 Wri.U, CtlttfitlJ,Vi. There Is a A lueli dtsplar ndvertliruient l,,e ,ifcl all troubles of the 1IW1 and Skin. It In this palter, this week, which hn no two S. S S. " the cause, "'' het remedy for builds up Ihe general health. and at the same time rules by icmovlng words nllkn except cue mini Taeanmolt Send our Treatise, mailed flee truo of i jch no iv ono iippeartng ouch week, SWIFTfilMXlFIC CO , Allsnla. Go. -- ! from The Dr llnrtcr Mrsllcliio Co Thla houao i laces a "Crescent" on everything they make and publish I.ook for It, send them the tmtno of tho word nnd they will return you book, beautiful lliuofrriipha or to begin with, samples free I lUmd-McNul- ft, mm Cld'-ngo- . Obstinate Blood Humor, TERRIBLE ECZEMA S-.- lil H LWSZSir&Sto- r cr. r Tun only way to win In an argument with a woman Is to wall off when you havo (Hobo, stated jour side of 1 Iret Ft ret That Dreadful Cry Is fraught with tinMrt doubly dire to tho unhappy man vruo beholds Ids dwelling or tits tvurehouao feeding tho tlevourlng element ttiituturrsL llnppllv most people who ran, Insure everything but henlth. Nine, Every Woman is an Unbeliever. She can't believe, that Pcnrlino V she's heard of; it saves nll.that she's been told. She takes comfort in iisini; it. Hut Jv A. that so nuich1 CVi WJA1G UClllClVCl . L,dll L Ui:-- . donu l WW tenths of us neglect tho of this safely. when It Is tn palimblo Jtsipsnly I in (plant She consults those Indigestion, liver complaint. In crli, She finds ot tho lil.lne.is and hluildor aud who have used it for years. tiialarlt are nil ouuutaracted hy HostetU)r that Pcarline ha- -, been tested and Htomnch Hitlers. proved in a hundred ways; that it's harmIs most convenient A wat.Kisa-uIlls less to hands or fabric ; that it's as safe not necessary to run after It when the wind tips Huff. Picayune, as go'd soap. Then - Tha skill ami ICnnwle.Igs that she CUn " can tlo so much. Slic hears that everybody' is usiim it ; finally she tries it. It does all ' ts'4. r T Essential to thopmdurtlanof the moat twpular laxative romoily known, hatoouablAl the California Kig HyrupCo. Ut a.lileve a great success In the reputation of Its remedy, Syrup of Figs, as II Is conceded to bo the universal laxallto. For sale by all druggists No two vegetables are exsotly alike, but ono onion tx-a- r a strong resemblance to vjtic iwii i U1... uciicvc ,... VI ,i;,i 1IV ft .:,i. 11,11- - another Star, sensible It It reasonable! Is it to suffer yiurelf aud worry others with a bea.lacl.0 when Urajyirotlne willrnllovojou In nfteeu minutes, It cos la only llfty cents a bottlo 60 cents. eoonomy, Ii it She lias less to tlo, she nets more done and it's all done better. lcr W clothes last longer they're not rubbed Her housework is easy; herj to pieces. time is her own. She believes in Pcarline,i and tells her friends about it (that's tho' v out it. I most effective kind of advertising). as sWJ SO cents a number, I). Lothrop Co., Roston, S3 sO a year. Pubs. Is converted into ferric hydroxide, settling rapidly, carries down with it nnd oxidizes the organto matter. '1 tie flocculent sediment permits of rapid and perfect flit rati on through a simple sand titter. For evidence of its success and efficiency it is only necessary to point to the continued successful use of the process at Antwerp. Dordrecht, Paris. Nancy and other places, Scien title American. musical Mamina thinks Dorothy' taste needs to bo cultivated There tras company at tea ono evening, n litnnd afterward ono of the tle tshile ladies played on the plana Slio plays rery tsell, but Dorothy tsas not Interested. Presently she said: "Now f am golnjr to play something for Dorothy." It tsas a rcry merry kind of tune, that made nil feel like laugh- of Water hy Metallic Iron. Metallic iron, in the form of either Fon Throat Dnruxs, Coirons. cast iron borings or stool punching, Is ctc.eflectual relict la found In theCouia, use of placed In a cylinder so arranged that "flroies'i 7rHcA(ut TroCAn. " Prtco t3 ct. So.J vnty in borci. by a alow rotation the Iron may be continuously showered through the water, Tim It money, which Is being passed at a moderate In the penitentiarybut certiflcates of deposit are not tn demand. .N speed through the same cylinder. The Y Htraid chemical action consists in great part In the conversion of the iron into ferrous carbonate, through the ngency of the carbonic acid, which partly dissolves In the wstcr and partly remains suspended In the form of dark green turbidity. On ftxposuro to air tho Iron Purification nf rhr world are those who pat the ahouldert of othars to the wheel -- Maoeo. Tut smart men Imitation Beware! t hoocst itnj 1 fjod as" or "lh umc as I'railina " IT'S FALSE canine u never ioiuioi. u your rrer sends you aat Jlo l JAMF-- i and tome unscrupulous procers will tell tim, " ihit l' l.n. New York. -- IlV'S CRaTAM asaBl-BaW,Xl-b Fala BALM-n- ie Jaflmrnallsi. the "MrflBrHIM Ills V7t rV axsisisisisisistsH aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaHw& .TinvrifeTieTancoTutTfiillranBKV l ft Ubwllf AlmrUi. XTTirJ tUSttriit. U Wama N. r.KKMM imtti or Bal tXT by liatCtV, PC, ATTENTION, WORKINGMEN. DO YOU sJt OATItKrl VIHTf N' Y Hit WANT to IIKTTKIl I'AMlt itASil III TUTIVANll CUalK Tvl til' VOt It V I !fiwi ) v Cofraicirr ing. When she finished, Dorothy clapped her hands and exclaimed: "Oh, tnyl Wasn't it lovely? Sounded Just like a hand organ. " feouin ibot : k 1 a aoon judok or oorrtfii know that thero is one on his own torture, until bo was forced to turn coat." and fly back to the hoteL "The douce there Is!" cried Mart, Then thoy kept it up outside until feeling behind him, with a very red the landlord himself got tired und face. threatened to scald them if they did "I dare say," continued Jim, tho not go away, philosopher, declining to join In tho Next day the, boys were not surprised general snicker at Mart's expense, to hear that lloscornb bad left town "that thcro Is bomcthln;; hanging or without lidding anyone good-by- , and sticking to mo at this present moment, for n whole week tho boys didn't get hut I don't enro enough to look for it." over laughing at tho Yunkee who was "Oil, luil" cried Lew Anderson, tuo too und "t was unanimously I fourth of tho group ot Idlo bova wlio Toveufcmurt; Jim .McArthur was a genius, uini stancing this first day of April on as well as a philosopher. " ".?.' ..iT.. ' " ' Not ono of tho hov. over expected to in Michigan peninsula, Bma.ww.n seo "what Is iiasvomb again, and consequently Jvlng Jim s lilea of a joke, for Instauce? they stared as if they had encountered Shall we blow up a barn with dyna- a ghost, when, precisely three weeks mite, or throw a couple of children in tho lake? I would suggest that wo set uuerwaro iney saw tho lanky gentleman walking along the main street, fire to the lake as a ktarter." hands in pockets as usual. Ho was; Thero was a general roar of merri- in company ttith two ment over tills sally, but Jim was not strangers, und the boya were surprised abashed. Ho was king, indeed, among we mo ino strike for Fox's nut. tho Hosco boys, by virtue of buperlor iu strength, wit and intelligence, and he to Next day two moro stranger's camo town, und they went to Fox's hill; knew thut no serioui revolt ngulnst his and tho next day tho whole pack went rule was contemplated. MR IMSCOUU, TOU'HE ' well-dresse- ,1 I A t away. "1'ooh!" he said, with a smllo. "You The following week Bascomb camo don't grasp my idea. I think wo four back with boys ought to distinguish ourselves by a carload carpenters and builders and of machinery, and tho boys doing something out of the common began to think they were dreaming. we can talk ubout next 'Iho statesmen at Glazer's btore year with pride." woke up ubout tins "I catch on," said Mart, with more neglect the alla-r- time, nnd began to of tho nation In force thun elegance. "Supposo wo watching Haseomh nrd his men. bend aoiuebody up to Wandel, forty Jim McArtlmr had not very long to miles, for Dr. Hlxby to mend a broken wait to find out tho why nnd wherefore leg, and when hit comes, givo him the of these mysterou movnicnt. His leg of a chair." Ju fe. tit for In r -... . a iuI nw.t,l! "Very well," said Jim, dryly "1)ri are the h v who fooled Has' . . u .uitm limn, mm wns a y "ru you i i hcara boxer In his younger days. You gn." hat'JaW were t i 0nn who conceived Mart very tiaturallv demur l ,'..i. while tho others were ti vim? to ih nk vuatgimt April f Ml Joke. Vou ought success. oi something else, Jim i,ald, sud Uc.ly u'l.T.iaaaH 'I'M Jim- ny IBBWTlBjn no ure m uig iuck. Here s our I.A ep a ncd his father, with chance!" i ifnin HJMaVtt t'u out the fellow on "What's the matter?" queried the tUieUaS st vein of copper that has iys, in wnisperea chorus. "Keep quiet, and you'll see dlreitly. i evWTu found in this nsirion. It Is Uft ii minis tiu.k. if it's onel" Tom, give me that specimen from "What" cried .1,. i omn.inent Hunter's mine. Quick I" "Ho never said a word-never told be Tom passed over a specimen of I thought- - ' i almost as largo as h s fl ,t and "Of course, f course .'V'said Jim's fully eighty per cent, line, and u Jim father "He Ut you foolboys think tools it Ir lib-- , baud, loc if, lank you bad fooled kim, md hTJutt Hpjd s ...j at T5'syu lo-aa- 'i tfiu&ar uj morning Mr. went out to see what he could find for breakfast. He wan in hopes ho could catch scmo young chickens, for he wa3 particularly fond of them, they wcro so tender; but all the little chickens wero safe In tho barnyards, whero Mr. Key nard dared uot venture, and ho grow very hungry. After awhile ho camo to the edge of a grassy bank, at the foot of which was a broad lake. Thcte, close by the water, preparing to take a morning swim, Mr. Hcynard saw what mado his mouth water. It was a plump, hnndsomo goose. "Good morn!i:;r, Mrs. Goose!" said Mr. Reynard, as he ran down the bank, thinking to himself: "I'll make a meal of you in no time!" "Good morning, Mr. Hcynard!" responded Mrs. Goose, with her most fascinating smile. Mrs. Goose had already surmised Mr. Reynard's intentions, and she at once engaged him in contersation, while she tried to think how sho could best escape his clutches. Meantime Mr. Reynard hnlf forgot his hunger, his vanity was so pleased at the seeming admiration ot Mrs. Goose. Suddenly Mrs. Goose asked, In a most winning way: "Will you do mo a favor, Mr. Reynard?" "Command met" ho exclaimed, laying ono paw acrosa his heart "Well, then," said ahe, "please run up the bank, and seo if my goslings aro anywhere about, and tell them to hurry down here to take their swimming lesson." Goslings! Tho 'thought made Mr. Reynard's eyes dance with delight. Of sourse he would go! If they were us fat as their mother, what a dainty breakfast ho would havo! So up tho bank he scampered, well pleased with his errand, lie could take care of Mrs. Goose after ho had had a taste of her young ones. Hut his search up and down the road was in vain; ho scoured tho adjoining lots to no purpose, and ho hurried back to tho luko In a very bad humor indeed. Hut Mrs. Goose was not whero ho had left her. She was resting upon the wnter quite far enough from shore to bo out of his gr.isp, and evidently enjoying his discomfiture "I think you must Iinto forgotten Is the first of April," she that said, smiling, "and as I undcrnto'id your Intentions perfectly I thought 7011 deserved to ba sent on an empty errand I may as well tell you,' sho added, "that havo no goslings, und If I had I should certainly not solid you to fetch them. Good day, Mr. Rey nurd!" "You just let me (jatch youl" screamed Reynard, angrily. "Oh no; I do not Intend to lot you catch me!" replied Mrs. Goose, swimming away toward the middle tJ lu Uke, Youth's Companlco. One warm spring Key-narto-da-y 1 I'urpo. A d Is the .Straus of m I'alnful I'osltlou. MlsciK, IniL, March 20. Rev. Daniel Draf-owho rosidcs .1 few miles out of the city, was In the woods near his house loading lops on a wugon As one of the logs wns bcinp rolled on tho skids the chain broke and the lo? rolled backward, knocking Mr. Drnguodottn and pinioning him to the ground. Ilia faithful dog, hcariug tho moans of his master, enme runnins? up and com menced llrkinjj the injured man's hand, ithlclt relieved somo of tho pain. Mr k Dra'oo, hnvinsr a and peni u in his pocket, serured them nnd tvrot on a leaf: "Come at once; am fast under a loffi can not get out." Ho then placed the paper in the dog's mou'li and started him toward tho house, w th tho expectation of assistance coming at once. The do;r delivered tho papi r, mid in time the injured 11, 111 was rescued irom 111s penloni poslti' n. His left anlio and foot were bn ly mashed, nnd will havo tobenmputalcil noto-boo11 DOG'SSAGACITY llriruliig Ills Master From ture It the ueeslle, which always carries Its K)lnt unduhvayt has nn eyo out for butl-nis1owell Cotirler take. A. W. OI.EAhO.V, Dr. Picrco'a Pleasant Pellets preseat. Vohiry uWte. vent and euro Sick Headache, IJil Uall'a Catarrh Cure is UUen Internally and hull- acts directly on tuo lilorttl and mucous sur. lous Headache, Uonstipation, faces of tho system Send for teatimnnlnls. noatinn iiuiQiiH iiiacKR, ami an rruiun, free VI CIICNKY ft CO.. Toledo, tt !? eraiiKementa of tho liver, etomach KTSold by Urupflsu, 73c. and bo weld. O.nk of tlioinost persistent forces tn na-- tho senior partner of iho firm of K. J. CutNETeV Co., doing business in the City of Toledo County aud ritnt aforesaid, m-that said llrm will pay tho aunt of ONK lIl'Nl)Hi:i) I)OI.t.AIt-- for each and every Thoy'ro tho rtraftllest, tho cheapest, caso of Catarrh that cannot be cured by ths use of Hall's Citiiiiui Cunr. tho oaMctt to tako. I'mxi; J Cnrsar. Hut all that would bo nothing, Hworn to beforo mo and subscribed in my prosence, this 6th day of Detemher. A. if tlioy weren't also tho lest to S trriTf or On io, Citt or Toledo, i I.t'CSS t'olTV (' Frank J. Cutsrr makes oath thut he Is both in tho way it acts, anil in tho way it's sold, is )t. 1'ierco a Kavor-it- o Prescriition for women. It acts in this way : If you're weak or " it builds you up; if you suffer from any of tho painful disorders and dorancmcnLs iieculiar to your mi, it ""I-"-- '' "'".' cure, it imnroves V. VUl?n' t,M"c1' es tlio blood. di- pels aches and pains, brines refresh- nig Bleep, and restores flesh and strength. For all functional weaknesses and irregularities, it's a positive remedy. Hence, It's sold in this way: It' guaranteed to givo satisfaction, in every case, or tho money paid for it is refunded. run-down- All alone, ol work al rood rate th -st climate In the ratted Sutes for . r"""l p"o3 eh rrh a act I'ller thai a Ihe chance of eel" on .INO IXIT la lw.it the city va. such i'AHY Tt'.IIXISas yots s ill U I.Y MKIT.ttDl which wi io a l vrars he ' ry jar THE CAN U AND RIVER IMPROVEMENT CO. Uhe rroirler if ue Towesilei will r,r a such a i k . as yuu may Bent and ermit you to pT lor t a trom till to I allmonlh y Install hi - aajrachlnsuilment mr no larcrr than arentai nf suih fmprriy wniuj L Tna olSclal rer-- rtrt the ilty hUtlstleUr, sho a up anls ot 1 "O hsocs en.ilo)'t m Ihe various .r.duitrlU an- shi; "itci tncems. and a Wire, nuaibrr of aitilltiooai rvoevras i.l M locatr.1 this season- ma yot themruiployjncalarraouiaterof letimle ban Vs. atnia-laot- n art i 1 MM irVer a r pa esa Cat In .tfnlarla (.(Mill lllll Mi: ' t- Wisconsin a a -- You Will FIND nua rsraa this the t BEST TOWN in America to GROW UP WITH ! r sa J, I. CASE THRESHING MACHINE CO., Ironsides ((. ... ,, HbilQiUI Threshers. iJ&J Poriit1'Siw MILLS, 2TRACTION PORTABLE AND 6KID ENCINESa riui tin rirsa vmt t ' JLjti&mL ,BSB JX ""'asa jHflllHOHHp JlSZ OF Stlfriidertand Bind Cettert, - D. lc. ai. z." " Kennedy's Medical Discovery Takes lioltl in tliia order : THE ONLY TRUE The Inliinrt .tit rllug. Wasihnoio.v, March 2i. 'Ihe entire session of tho cabinet was devoted to What It tho Icirnl expression for a love letter I A writ of attachment the consideration of the Retiring. question. It Is understood that' tho THE MARKETS. government will await a reply fr0ni Lord Sulisl ury to tliu president's noto Cisciikayi, March , of tlio JJcl inst, before proceeding on C (XI tho assumption that (Ireat Itrit.iui will Choice llutchert 3 01 itidl IIOCJS Common 3 05 ft 4 as not In measures for the proIJcksI pickers I iu (( M tection of the scaling Industry The S1IKK1' Clood lochnlrn 5 Sri A rt 1,1 o : i.a.-iiir. 7 iu seriousness of tho IlchrlngHen situation J'lllJIl-Wln- ter jiutcucrah'amlly 3 W ft 3 IV) is shown by the fact that !se. n tary O IIA IN W H eat-N- o. S resl .... ft t)'i No. 3 A Ki Hlalno attended tho cabinet ine ting Corn No. Stnlieil ft son l'riday, notwithstanding ho has njt yet 2 mlitil 3ls-- No ft .tJ' fully recovered from his recent Ilye NoJ HAY I'rlme io choice is ss en: ;s attack of tho grip. TOIIACCO-Medluf UVESTOCK-Catllo-CommuiiJ The Sltselon Indian Reservation In Bouth Dakota will bo opened to settle-mo- nt on or about April 1Mb, Is'Jl. this roserv.iUo'i comtuises somo of the choicest s lands In D.iUota for fnrmlnfr and purposes. Knr detailed Information W. K rotvell.tlenorallinmiKratlon address Aeent, Clilrapn, Milwaukee ft Ht, l'aul ilalhvay, Chicago, 111. ahevp-ralaln- The casting out of the devil of disease was once a sign of authority. Now we take a little more time about it and cast out devils by thousands we do it by knowledge. Is not a man who is taken possession of by the germ of consumption possessed of a devil? A little book on careful living and Scott's Emulsion of cod-livoil will tell you how to exorcise him if it can be done. er Bowels, Kidneys, Ortr na eve be out. Liver, Inside Skin, Outside Skin, that rytulnj beforo II ouht to I You need it or not. and Bold by evarr know whether you dr(lst, manufactured by "" I IniFsl Ir DONALD KENNEDY, IIOXIII'HY, .tlAflS. lit. rottiouutoaclickslusHtlftsslNjuinli SoM ovsryMhrrf. All sshaint frtAiii UJ.n.u.t "CrsKsnt." Bru.ttiiVtsulltsmp I'aiiupui, DI. HAS.IIR UIBICINI CO., It. Louli, Ms, BOILINQ WATER Will fnrlfy J1I.OOI), rsinlsl, nillNMVM, ismot I.IVKH alwrdsr.ijullil urtmili. itassr aituritis, rrsior ursiiu snq slsorofviintri. UysitrnslaV nuiariuon. insilirvi irsw IDBblftluirlv rrartlrslrd atlai) brUhlsne.1, tiratSj . tiowsr Inersassd. Iwpei. rtrvri, tnuH IIILVIsii.Tcrln cis, corupiaia lores. irom II rsss, uiias u,saa , a ai'ttiy rurs. no TONIC IRON f,oiv,w d. a:U oold medaIj, PAnis, 107a sV.JIAKKH&CO.'S i rl in Free. Scott oll-- s Bsyii Breakfast Cocoa from hlch Iho sicns of oil tiAi brrn rrinovcd, t$ nb&otutrlj pure and Ix-a- i . I'nlr of Million I'ardoned. Hajihisiiujio, I 'a., March . -- Tho recommendation of the hoard of pardons that IMltors Mellon and Porter, of the Heaver htnr, sentenced to six months' Imprisonment for libeling Senator uujr i,u iruiMtiiicti, it as i rittay ap proved by Gov, I'attUou. A Onesl PIIOVISIONS-Messpo- ts IA7S rk it eiiio Vl'l7Ti Bowni,CIm mists, HtnTKH-t'hol- ce APPLHS-I'rlnie.p.'rlihl Ivirdl'rlmeslearn -- ii nrsuri dairy l'rimo to choice creiunery.,.. bhl SKW YOltIC I'alr to fancy , ... reU . n l , POTATOKh Il tled l'ir . . I t n A VS H ; 25 o ft ti ) Vr il! ijt South jia Amu, drujgUt ktrps Scott's Eoiultio of druggist ivcryvhsrs do. i. No Chemicals srs la lis jirqisratlco. It umkI il ii lolnUt. COCOA LADELLED EPPS'S GRATEPUL-OOMPORTI- Na. on MILK. .J l,D. TIN3 ONLY. ai is w es 1111 Home for Aceil ami lutlrm lonrnillits. Nkw Voiik, March i!0.'lho of tho IntcriintionalI,e,l(ruo of press clubs met in tills, city I .lay Tho most iinportunt I usinoss trni.tir.teii was vntinir to cfitnbllali u home fur ued and Infirm journalists. Mimelliln; stlrrlut; In Iho Nrnatr, Wabiiimhov, March 20. There via, a very lnrfc'o attendance nt the openlnrr of tho bPKHlon of thu MMinto 1'n.iay, TIiuio wmu urnve nppearnnco In the coiiiitcmilieoh of tlio menu ers.ospr-ciiiHthosu of thu foteiirn iiira ra cuiniinite and In lest Ihnu I ,il( un hour nfti r journtil hnd Loen ru.id the stiiiti, on motion ol Mi. Micrinaii, uent intoaerrul session. Attorneys for Alice Mitchell, J'reija Nurd's slayer, hnvu forwntileil to 0f I'rolf..'. of l'ars, tt tt.,ie,nw,i of u i,; joilutltul case, unUlnj; u sUchV' person U not Insane. govern-Ingboatd No. 2 ml . No Smiled, new Oita mixed POItlf New mess 3 8S V3l4 IH 31 ft i "German 11 COIIN V' s M l LA UO Western aleam DM ftl .. 3J f'llft'MJO rriurt-WintOHAIN-Wheat-- Syrup 99 as ruaistri), ,nj mil si i r (isisiiris lihlnr, slrrnrllicnlri, sisilt sdmliatly s.lsj.trj for lovalIJa ttnlatup, Itltill'cloui,nour. luallb. rurywhsrs. hss nttt than ISril Horn !' ttrmgtS cf Cocoa inlinl xllh Arruwtool or Puisr, and Is tlirrrforo far mors sso Domlrsl, tailing Un Unn cm joneJ ton scales Daani Don $60 or fBIN6HAMT0M V$ N Y a j. Tars Beam H4.SIISS rS A,y ' iH In by Ororsrs W. BAKER & CO., Dorcheiter. Man. er OatsNo. Mess tiAItli Sleata POIIK PIX11IH OltAIN-Wheat-N- No. SLiilvigu Corn No a, red , IIAM'IMOIIK. Kaniiir aS. COIllC-- Mni CA TI'I.K-I'l- rst Corn Oats r.AHU Mlicd.. quality INDIANAPOLIS. , Mlns HOOH OKAIN-Whial-- t0 Na Corn Oats Nn, S No. a Sited LOUISVILLC McKcckan, Druggist at nioomitigdale, Mich. "I have had ft g Sh' ivl M'i the Asthma bntlly ever since I came ft .'Ii 10 K I out ot ine nnny nnd though I have tias SID 27', been in the drug business for fifteen years, and have tried nearly every- " ft thing on the market, nothing has Illy ft W v ft mi given mc the hllghtcat relief until a ft 3D, jcw iiiomns ngo, wncn i usea no- Am pchec's Si i in German Syrup. I am now iw glad to acknowledge the great good U.'i COM) it has done mc. I am greatly reHcv-- ', ft W", cd (luring the day and at nightgoto ft 37' Ci biecu witnout the least trouble." ft ft i da H3 ID I 4 3U William I- - JGINES. 'Vr STRUMELY AND PORTABLE ffir lllltllK.fAsiPaXfallnarilA masllldl V . Hsn c?7) mm 13 io 2 J rnl- - fcf tV mr mom It 17 krumtftlM. Nnlary1rt,nniionnriilr&' Un.l Hri l.a,t asffavpfa. H( f I 1 V raliflr1ttll I frt, fftr rlrrnNr-lmonlii). AtlfiW U mIr. mks rfouoIdI t. drMNiiuirAi'KAitr miwh GANGER HBHTtTT; ins, should 'I ConiurepllPu. Holl Threshers and Horse Powers. -- . A i ;.v ' I I rsaL M. RUMELY CO., LA PORTE, IND- - 50 e U, 1) A fc II aolasifenryfiiransrtlcls Itsl arrdsd svsrr woiusu Is bright tnsfjrMlo man or xsalMl" Uk Ihs Cansililllillvrs and lirripla whohsto wrsk luntsor Astb Winter patent OIIAIN Wheat No. 2 ml , Corn Mlsinl Oits-Ml- xid POlllC-M- cas a 5SSi & ii'i & '',, , ft LAItU btcam fcifSwHi 11,1 Patents! Pensions liifrolor'tOilM) orIlowtoObtatnvt'Nint. (,Llf lii.ni rPlKMlol Ittft. hIissI a - lis. I Lw&Hxtisw PENSION "R!!S ' hoane anil I" nfllrf. HKM.H AT HltillT, In town orcoiinlrr fSJUUlu wdsrsandasusilr Inroint A "rlonspfa1' stsri In Inillsprnsa-"- uso I'Ho lUurs for II Dss thousands.la II hss not Injur. ft not had Io laks, J on cnrl Illsint? ociirons'isrrup. I ijrsrrIirr. 8.1. rn.on U ml srnrrp uaai . nr. Of.. 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