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Mice THE HICKMAN COURIE -4- 1 Jul- sSt .f.lil " FINE JOB PIIINTING KXKOUTKD WITH HE1THESS AHD DISPATCH jMkien Btrest, neil doot to Oity Halt. fctOKCE WARREN, Editor. Prlcooi' Subscription, $150 CURRENT TOPICS. TEffl OLDEST NBWiPAPBR IN WESTERN KENTUCKY. KSTA HUSHED D0CT0KKU MAI'S. 1851). NCW The llmi.e Ki mi Anii'irril lHCi llll III, HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY. KY.f FRIDAY. APJUL 22, llATTLE-SHI- 1892. f5KfRMWSi5 ' i. t - HIM I'rmlillnir fur Tnic Inrgest United Slate nrennl It ( rul.er nf H.OUO 'linn Ills They Show Many Clum to tho r'inetl limited l Springfield, Mass. Land at Allotted to tho Indlnnt, Piiii.ahm.I'IIIa is tho grcuttit ciirprl Wasiiinoii April 19. The houso Manufacturing center In tlio world. pls.ietl Munday the nmiil appropriation ptob-abl- y I'NKt'iiAiic tubeijior limit will III tlir C'lirrrniKi nmt rs.;ilio- - ItesrrM- - li"l. It piovldes for the construction of K In operation nt llio World's futr. I Inn Wlit'ii 1 lipf .Vrr llrull (iril In . only one armored cruiser uf'f,(XH) tons i lllml Ilrmriil riil. lii,lnK 'I'll K pinpi'ror of CMmt has leu men dtspliiiemeiil. Strenuous efforts were Hit l'rtiiitiu Uklstii,tiin Oprnlnu. whose Mlii duty Is tn carry Ills ummade by the ivpublleiins lo Increase the brella. atmirmr., 0. T., Apul is. The ex- iiuiiiKt of vessels by pim .tl'ing for two TilK mint expert womun conductor of, citement to Hie opening of the battlu sldps, but tho house commiikleln tliu world IsMUs Clara Nuvcllo Cheyenne incident mittee of the whole voted nnd Anipalme Indian reservaDavlcs. down, this most of although tion Mntcneln nil sections of pnlneo nt Versailles, Friinrc, Tiik the sea const deinocnitHiiud several promill appearnnces which I,ouls XIV. liullt, coil tfUO, rival the fnunnll opening of It will gressive western demoernts joined with famous Okla000,000. the republicans In nn endeavor to get homa thrcn yenrs ngo, lloimnn, of Hip paper used In Ilia The president' oftklnl pn)clnmntlon, more kIiIj s for the nnvy. United .Static Is mnimfacturcd al as published In the Oklahomn State vvenil daH ngo, mnde the point of Mn vu oriler. against Hie item of U,f.00.000 for Capitol yesterday, makes t n Skciicta iiv Ili'KK promise to have a columns of lino type. An examination for nn nrmorcd cruiser, that this plantation of rubber trees In the ever of thu list of lands In the pr Kiamatlcu lou was not legislation, but glndes of I'liiriilii. and eompailhon with the nllotment Chairman Miiuiy, of Indiana, overTilt: fastest ship nlloiil Is the t it of roups sold hero by tho tIious.tiils, sliows ruled II. Then Mr. llolman to strike out that item. moved IVkln owned liy the I'acllle M..n Co. the map' to bo n rank fraud, In the .otc Monday on Mr. llol Mm coot 11,000.000, Tho maps show many claims of the On an nvcrngo there nro 100 boy Kirn finest Intuls ns allotted to the Indians mnti's motion, there were 6s voles In to every 100 girls, lull more boys dla In when they were really open to nettle his favnr and 120 nguinst it. Tills was quite,- - loisicU-ow- l foe Uj )tdictor. lie Infnucy than girl. ment. ,The mauj niv evidently inn tors fottrtmt U mmfm tWliffliinVTTWtfonT JtMWf ItltlirnfoTir (rifSitror: luiiws wero 'misted fn)iiTliWnwF?err; I who hope thus to keep the police oif tho Messrs. lloutcllu und Cuminlngs en Ice lal yeiir liy cUitrielty choice Innils nnd secure them for them ilearoyiil to get provisions uwdc for lioats, Jay (iui l, tin unmarried daughter selves, During thu just week smaller gunboats mid torjM-dwhole-voteHelen, lias now three Urinului are over 1100,000 hne Khii UepMtel In but the committee of tho of tin; insane usyliiin. the banks nt lU Itcnoatil King Ii'hcr them ilow u, These motlonsof Iloutelle Fnr.scii rvKirter now talio note nt by the white Many of those nnd Cuminings, however, wired the Item nlK'ltt liy the liullt of n tiny Incandescent cho did not deposlto their tnomy have for a new cruiser from defeat. When llolman saw he wns beaten in Inmp attached to tlicprmll. had It stolen fnim them or .ive lost tho endeavor to kill the appropriation Hi.ck.m ihita places tin' population of luuih of it in gambling The gnmblen he thcgloKut l.lso.ooo.ooOsouls, the land have renK-i- l a harvest for three or four for new cruisers, by made another atmoving to provide u days. KnnsnaCity and Wichita have tempt to kill It area at squnro miles. emptied nil of their crooks I lit- towns for four torpedo Knts nt tl'O.vOO each. I.N ISSi a tunic elephant could be Knight In India for l!5; now tliclr on tho lmrder of the reservation md the This motion was grcebsl by n remark by Mr. Iloutelle thnt it would save time locnl onicuranro unablo to tie with prices range fmui f.M) to 11,000. to make four row Knits, while Mr. Tin. Mile personal effects of n man such n gang with any degree of success. O'Notl, of Missouri, thought that rafts Tho Cheyenne lim.ans hnrc stopiwd who died in Auburn. Me., recently, their ghost dance and conic in from would 15(hi preferable. Tlio motion was were a lllble nnd u pack of card. to 10i nml the bill passed. It their reservations In great nmnlicrs to lost InAm Kngllsh doctor hat traced the ace the crowds. There are pcrliaps U.OOO seems probable Hint tho senate will e fluenza lu many catto infected make n light, with a prospect of winstamps uu letters from diseased per jHsaple ready to go In from the usi and ning. In favor of a decided Increase in 7,000 or 5,000 In the tnshlta c unlry, sous. thu nnvy, A rAMll.v now lis Itiff nt Helena, w Idle nlsmt 3,000 Te.xans nn draw n up BOUGHfFOR UNCLE SAM. Kinrs no brittle that along thu, tJiith line. Thurt are not insnv JxHiplc on tho west line On the Tint I.i6nt nf Shu Iloinlnco Virtually I'll thVyorc broken by the most trlvul north line, nbout five miles east of iter Our t'onlrnl An Aiiirrlenu t'liinitsiir lifts Cmilrtil of the I'url ami u I'lnc young men arc nK)ut to walk Cantonment, there nie 3,0J people from fnnn Amciicus, Oa., to CIiIciiko, 11),, u buucti.western Kansas camps J in one Amii:iiiiav, April 10. One of tho dittimee of 1,000 mile by road, oil a most sensational nnd remarkable InterGUNNING WITH WIRE. national transaction known in many TiiLtu: U a brisk traded Mvond-hanM.iJ. llllr- - Will C..lii.l le Ills Ta.V. lntj years, nnd which will intike a great stir tomlistotic !u londin. Still htrnnyer Is In Hnglnnd and (iermatiy has taken r Nn Aliiiiry. .Uic.cmlon' of Milling family vaults place. It consists of n vlrtunl sale Wathuiowx, Mass., April ' I gun of the Island of the republic of San upvn the Woodbrldgc wln-lm'"I)K7.l?rRV wagons, the motlvcuower Is being continued In spile of the fact Domingo to n private company In tho l electricity, aie tho ncnwit of which e United States, The price Is nominally thnt the nllotment necessary t" I u I.onilou. r vchlcli-A had dclentiircs. it has been oponded. Mi IMey, M,.VXUK0 In five the first. the onlnnuen ofllccr In ehark'i nf the Hcitrsl on the revenue from tobacco, Al.t'Wl.vt.u water IkjUIc In the Her- arsenal tit this place, Is det nn tet to ele. This concession has Ken sold by man army have failed on of eor-- u finish the gun ns soon ns po- bunker and WesteriidorfT, the ivslon They wouhl ulnnd w ater, but forward it Sandy Hook for trml Tho of this city, representing Domingo Iwnd uiiC brandy. grent delay lu the worLlins Nxn Jirfrly holders. At present nothing remains Al'Ti-i- i a wnndi of thirty-nint gun but the signatures of tho American rep yearn a owing to the meager is:ulpinei resentiitlves to complete the transacMill found lil father In tho Allegheny w ork. mountain. In New York, living tho life An CApcrlinriit i King erttnliieted tion, uml secure to the United States nn f In- imMirtmit lmrlsir nnd coaling station of a hermit. hen that jHMuesAr's n girat The holder of this concession practicTin: antbohixcry aocIctlc of Huropc terest to army and navy onlonii. e ho has are to make nn exhibition ut tho Chiin connection with tho ten inch ally rules the republic, cago fnlr of nil the Instrument u&etl by steel gun. It Is n test by the payment nf nil otlleials, nnd reInterior hydrostatic pressure ef the ceives the rcicnueof the tobacco monlftveenptrln. A HHEl.r letter box, chnrgel with Uise loop iiIhiuI to I si npplicl to that opoly. A striking feature lu the statement made that the scheme has been electricity frum enMil w iren, envo a piece of ordnance. Not only fs the experiment upon n nppmrml by lllslne, nnd supported by Mrveif khfwk to a rittabnrgh letter car(Jould anil (Igden Mills; that those genInrger fule than any lu wh.r'i the rier recently tlemen nre going to spring it upon the of cun! pressure has Tllif Intcfcl liorery In denllstry It that new. teeth may 1 grafted ou old made, mi fur us known, but it Is con- United btntes ns a enmpalgn weapon, the lir-that roola mid matle to grow al'flnely as the ducted In such it way as to develop somewhat upon Mvureil control of tho cor- lleacontflchl much more fu'ly than has lx-unturnl teeth. Unglaiiil Stter cnnal for Tin: Italians invented Hie term Influ- respondence between the h ss of resist-nuc- the The tnuisaetiou has Ken rushisl anepti nnd the lis nt enza In themvrnterth century, uudnt-trlbutithrough with unprecedented rapidity, thudlM-nto thu Inlluencoof teachings ofnpuruly rxpei. mental Okls-honiOkk-iiAllol-yokenty-aeve- ti A MGAMIST. After Mnrryltiff Six Womon Ho to Hia Lawful Spouoo. riiat liy Ills 0cnr, Hit- - to llrst Wife Wlilrli Knl lllm r.nltrnlUry slinllirn I'nr- Third Too, IollnwInR Tetllniniy Rlirslllui-ll- ls "mime. 18. A BLACK CROESUS. Mrnnsp Slorlis A limit Itrlinnrln, HIiik nf of (loll ami Sllrrr Slnrril A it u y In th Capital. Losiiosr, April 10. The (ilobc of Monday publishes n letter from n corrc tpondent who, thepapcrsnys, is well Informed as to the matter upon which ho writes, giving mi explanation of tl.o IIuIioiih'-Minimis Nijwaiik, N. Charles Stevenson, accused of bigamy, has pleaded guilty and been remanded for trial. AbKitt has had a remarkable matrimonial enrcer, having been mnrrlcd to seven wives, lie has twice Ken convicted of bigamy, mid sentenced lo terms of four nnd five years In Sing Sing prlsm. Mrs. Abbott, his legal wife, wfco Abliott, alias Jmncs Stevenson, J., April Jamtt nllu lives nt 201 ISrooklyu, appears to havo a most forgiving disposition, nn hho took him back ofter each offense. Sho and Abbott were married nineteen yearn ago, 0 south Ninth strcrt, preparations now beinginado by 11 wilt K noticed, iiHn Dahomey. huwever, that tills letter docs not licar statcments,,'hercto-for- e out the made thnt 1' ranee has no Intention whatever of conducting military operations in the interior of Dahomey, confining herself solely to defending her possessions in the Illght of Uenln, Porto Novo nnd Kontonu. Tho (ilobc's correspondent say.i It is believed on good grounds that nn immense treasure, the accumulation of of two centuries, Is burled in Aboinay, the capital of Dahomey. Al lowing largely for exaggerations, this treasure, tlio writer declares, Is suld to bd'xvprth a sum equivalent to 500,000,000 -francs., It t '" m Mill Utf t-- t bcmi-ouiclup-wn'- il.wd. d 1 &'j,8-j,oo- . - c MonU,-MvseNM-- s C d .r un com-plet- s j;rcen-groce- ' well-know- n ti e '' .o win-woun- d K-c- s n o pii-s-m- l certnln planets S. It. I'ahk, of Mexico, Mo., lias what Is said to W the bill of Miloof KHm," one. of the principal characters in "Uncle Tom'it InWn." Skkiii VHiiiiiri.n, of Indiana, will dellerthe orutlon ut tliu foniml open-ilui- r of thu new steel bridge over the Mississippi nt Memphis, Muy 12. Hkkii hns one of the largest malls that come to the cnpltoh Kvery morning nn enormous batch of letters nnd (Miners covers his dchk. A St.w VoitK lu tailoring has enrlcheil the Kugllsh languagii with the word pnntorluui, which slgnllles n placo w here "pnnth"' are irced for hire. " Tun conductors on two linen of street railway In New York have been notified thnt they must wear white shirts, linen collars and white ties while on duty. Tin: majority of the white hackmen of' Washington, U. C, snys the l'obt of thai city, refuse to entry a negro, but all make I'rcd Douglass nn exception. A I.ahok covo was recently discovered in Montana which contained the bones of hundreds of animals that had fallen Into It nnd were unable to escape. rrcsMires are nppbeil In succcsshe square multiples in l.ooo pmn.ls Inch nnd the elasti, r icriii.incnt changes of xliameter at tb- - interior, mlddlo thickness and i xlei or of the cylinder for each pressure at measured nnd recorded to the iirartit of an Inch. 0ilnlmi nt tlir I tnllnti Inilrinnlty Cn.r. r3? the whole matter having Ken arranged Ole-ga- t Tin: notlischlhl family, of I'urope, t, says llerr thctlcrmim Is estlmnteil to be worth $ nnd their Income to bo tnsmi-onils1,000,-000,00- 0, 0. o Thkuk is n whiriKol In the Suntc IV nur ll'lirliifsr l'lrt river, thn-- mllca northwest of High Wasiiinotox, April s Tin V. R. S. Springs, Kin., Into which 1,000 feet of t commission at line has been lowered without finding Hanger will be put San I'rnnclsco on the J5th lust., nnd bottom. In 1 vlx about eight out of ten cases of di- will Im assigned to patxd duty Ilclir vorce In the United States it is. from lugsea. Tho other naval for tlmt iiiqoso nre the York-tostatistics of tli past twenty years, n, Mohlcnn uud Adnmjl. They will found to lie the wife who asks for tho bo reinforced by tho r, venue vessels 'h separation. Corwln, Itits.li and Albitross. These At the school election nt IWnnston, vessels will comprise the entire 111., recently, Mrs. Mary Wlllnrd, tho sci ii venerable mother of Miss Trances 12. American licet to guard tho wnters of during tho oi ulng season, Ilehrlng Wlllnrd, fast her first vote, ut tho ripo They will K nsslstetl in tins service by ngo of W) years. sevei-.- ii llrltish warships of tho 1'ncltic A mamJius been nriested at llolford, The reicnuu steamer Hear Matiou. l'n for sitting under thu window of his has onleretl to carry supplies to divorced Svlfe In tho small hours of tho the lefugeo station nt Point Harrow', night and playing "Hoiue.Sweet Home," Alaska. on a French hnrj'. Hie Pin hum .Miners' Strllir. Tin: hist male heir of I'ulaskl, thu distinguished I'ole who nlded thu patriI.onpon, April 13, Dally the uVcts ots of the revolution, lives In Savnnnnh, of the stiiko of the Durham coal On., where ;lu! earns u sennty living miners, which was Inaugurated on tho jicddllrfg small wares. lithof Ma's blast, are becoming more The cofTee crop of llrnzll has Iwen bo apparent. locks of fuel ut tho works a Ilk the DurJ large 'that tho railroads of ouu blocked, ham h limefordepended upon nre either their supplies, mines every 'uvnllnblo enr King In service, freight depots being crowded nnd fur- entirely e.vlmu.stcd or nppronehing the vanishing point. Never lu the eour-other receipts of eolTeo being declined. the history of the trade In thu North of A Kansas Citv innn has n mania for Knglnnd lias there been so grave n killing nits. Ho sullies out at night crisis. It is Impossible to correctly eswith terriers nnd engages In tho work timate tho iiuiiiKt of men who hnvo with much enjoyment. Ilesays he will been not stop until he hns killed 100,000 ro- nf thuthrown out of work by the slrlko miners. dents. rirrlmir In l.nnlitlllr, parlor mulds wear u distinct l'.noi.lMi T.oi'Ihvii.i.k, Ky.. April 18. This city consist usually of a plnln UTCry; ThU ''long bfack or dark woolen jdtlrt, n was visited by n firebug SundayV mornmires loose, open Jnckctof tho sainu material, ing. Within n radius of four and cither a. while vest with gilt or five Incendiary tires occurred in threo ornamented buttons or u vest made of hours, nccompanlcd by tho tnt.il delivery stripes. With this uro worn cup struction of eight buildings nnd serious Injury to u number of people. Only tho and apron. of a number of firemen saved 1). Wooi.kv, one of the llcuten- - ellotls John several people. from King burped alive, . silts of nnntrcH, thu rebel gcneml, hns nnd they csenped only after having Just been sentenced at St. Joseph, Mo., their hands nnd faces terribly but tied. to state prlton for the ninth time, for I'd Kellet, tin elghtcen-yenr-olboy, is Qiinnticll taught him In Jnll chin gcd with thu business, uud he Iiiih kept It up, und there Is strong e.vldcnco thu crime, and has not been ut liberty h ingnths all tlio torch In every enso. that ho applied lold bluet tlic mir. vc-elw K-e- nddltlon to declnr i a that no snno King can doubt thai the offer of Indemnity for the Newiir'. ins lynching made by the United m "es to Italy a sen-- e of was dictated noluly l right, says thnt the ilij.t l otisc nations of tlio New York lb iald, Ttibuno and Times might profit, v lie studied by some organs of opinion on this side of the ocean. The News pays a tribute to tho statesmanlike n'titude of Mr. Illaluc, who, It says, vt mtarily offered to Italy. to iiuike, comiiensntion The (JloK says Hint the heirs ol very lucky. men lynchvd nre Aceonling to tho ncn diplomatic Ki to view not is It thnt Mr. lllah r In' nils to establish it precedent h ling 'he feileral government answeml' foi the delicts of every separate state Th i' would bo carrying the federal r itelpl. s n degree further than wnsevei tliottglit of even when civil wnrwns no' eoiit. lered too snp macy. high a price to pay for In itlt-i- IiMhix, April 10 1 tie Dally News, ht tho convict must notify the prosecuting attorney of the county from which he wns sent, iidveitlHe thu fact of application In two newspapers for two weeks, obtain the recommendation of thu warden nnd chaplain for parole nnd, lastly, get the vote of every mciuKr of the Kurd of managers. An Illinois lldoil. Wiiiti: IIai.I., 111., April 10. The hem lest rain ever known here fell lust night. The llartwell levee, which protected several thousand acres of farming hind mostly planted In wheat, broke ami the whole country is now under water. All tho county bridges were swept away mid nil bottom lands along the streams are submerged, which means that many thousands of acres of wheat has been destroyed. Thu C, II. , Q. ic.servolr, which was several acres in extent, also gave way uud Is now empty. Tho aggregate loss w 111 bo very large. A-- Domingo. Hnnor lor .MNn Kltle MnnrTrr. llliowx's Vam.ky, Minn., April 19. The new town on the SKscton ritscrva-tlofor h novel reason, hns had its name changed from Slsseton to I'lllng ton. After consultation the Sisseton Land Cj. and the people directly iirottnil the town site unanimously decided to name the place after Miss KtUoStautTer, the schoolmistress, w ho was tho first tho ono to remit It. She made journey nlono from Itrown's Vnlley, to the northern Knmdary line, riding forty-liv- e miles on April II and sleeping that night In a tent. Tho morning of tho 15th she rode alono twenty-fou- r tulles, follow lug the found-nruntil she met tho crowd. She led nil the men to the now town, nnd they complimented her In the manner Already there liavo Ken ilescriKsl. started n general store, luinKryiird, hardware store, blacksmith simp, grocery, millinery establishment nnd hotel. Large prairie tires are reported to K raging Tlir I'urolc r font Coi.fMiii's, ()., April 19, A cheek has been placed upon the practice of turning out of (bo penitentiary such convicts ns happened to have a political pull, by the passage by tho tcunte of .Mr. Vnn Oleaf'H bill Monday fhnriilng. His bill requires the unanimous consent of the board of penitentiary managers for the parole of a prisoner, nnd is now a law. To get from behind tlio bars y r, within fourteen days. Ilaron Von thu London company promoter, together with his solicitor, Watson TImhiibs, are awaiting the arrival of the Amiriean slgiiatim m The former maki-Hjlpridisguise that the vate company is virtually the U. S. government, for In this manner it has become now and forever master of San ftamp, n young widow wltlf two chil- quantities of bullion within dren, in this city. Ho mot her four cincts of the palace. In a uuinKr of months ngo, nml represented himself to Urge pits, ten or more of which nro ld to contain gold and silver to tlio be a gentleman of leisure with n good Income. After living with her ten days, Jtnount of several millions of francs he took her jewelry nnd her brother's racn. Authentic reports of the existence of coat nnd returned to his first wife. Mrs. Abliott told n strange story of his treasure reached the French her married experience. When sho mar- hrough missionaries nnd traders, nnd ried Abbott nineteen years ngo sho wns his really accounts for the eairerness n widow with one son. Prior to her llisplnyed by the French to capture marringo with Abliott ho was married AKmny. The attempt, the correspond-rn- t says, hns Ken postponed for vnri to l'mlly Ilnvenneyer, n l.Vycar-olgirl, who soon died of heart disease. bus reasons, but now Hint tho French Abbott's first bigamy was committed In Jcnato and chamKr of deputies have marrying Hannah Itoach, in New York, voted n credit for tho purpose, preparain 18TG. Sho wns nKmt nineteen years tions will K made In earnest for a old nt tho time. Later she discovered march on Dahomey. that Abliott had u wlfo living and had Tho French parliament a few days ngo voted over 3,000,000 francs for tho him arrested. Mrs. Abbot No. 1 testified against purpose of sending reinforcements to him, and he was sentenced to fourycar Porto Novo, and orders were Issued by In Sing Sing. While he was In prison the minister of mariuo for a French the deceived girl committed suicide by cruiser thon at Montevideo to nt once drowning. When released Abbot ex- proceed to tho gold coast nnd join tho pressed penitence mid was forgiven by warship already there. Troops wcro his wife. A year Inter he met Mrs. onleretl to proceed from St. Louis, SenMary MoulUin, of New York, who pro- egal, to reinforce tlio garrison nt Porto cured a divorce from her husband to Novo, and much activity was displayed marry Abbot When she learned th.tt In military circles. An nlr of probabil he was a bigamist she had him arrested. ity is given to thu Globe correspondent's Again Mrs. AbKt testified ngnlnst her statement by the fact that alhusband, nnd he wns convicted. Thla though King Itchanzln and his forces, to bo threattime he was sentenced to five years in who were said ening tho French settlements had Sing Sing. Mrs. Abbott forgnve hhn for the sec- withdrawn northward, there was no ond time, and took him back when ho cessation of tho military preparations wns discharged from prison. Her son and they arc now King pushed forward advised herngalust It, but she persisted. w 1th all possible speed. It may 1 that imagination has Ken cx They then moved to South Norwnrk, the Ct., where sho procured work for her cited by tho stories of the vnst treasures husband. Ablmtt worked steadily for In the Dahomeynn capital, nnd thnt unseven months, and then married Mnry der pretense of punishing King ltehnn Ann llalley, with whom he lived for a sin for Ills ninny crimes ngnlnst civlllzashort time. His deserted wife returned tlon, particularly his to ISrooklyu. In n few months Ab'iott raids. Franco will sclzo upon it nnd nt followed her, nnd wns again forgiven. the same time cut short tho career of Soon nfter this Abliott joined the Sal- the nbsolute desjiot whose murders of vation army nnd met Lena Parks. Mrs. helpless victims cry aloud forvengeanco. AbKitt says ho married Lena, am' inArmy of th Cumberland Reunion. troduced her ns his xslfe among the Sab Wasiu.noto.v, April 10. At n meeting snttontsts. Her husband began to nK of the executive ofllecrs of tho nrtnv nf sent himself from homo nguin two tin. Cnml.rl.-ini- . 1...M turn MnnH.r. im monthsngo. When ho returned to hcifdnto for the next reunion of tho society . 1. .oc ncm n week ngo, after marrying tho Newark to on tno naiiieneiti or cnien woman, he told her thnt ho had Ken manga, was changed from that Used at visiting fi lends in Ilrooklyn. the Inst annual meeting, to September ii nml "s ol this year. J his change LESS COTTON PLANTED. wns made so as uot to Interfere with A rnlllne OfTt.r Thirty 1'rr Cent. In I'lit the coming encampment of tho Grand Army of thu Republic In this city. Cotton .stale.. Aptil IS. The Republic Sr. Lot-is- , 011 and Oat In Kentso'cy. recently sent out circulars throughou' IHnvim.j-- , Ky April 10. Advices four states of cotton belt for the pur pose of gaining information regarding from Wayne county state thnt a new the ne.t cotton crop. Tho circular! well hns Ken n struck on Otter creek, wero sent broadcast, but to partlct which yields greater tpiantlty of oil whose knowledge would K relied upon than the otic opened some time ago. Tho 50 barrels per ns full nml accurate and In no case mis- other well had a flow of hour. A llow of gas in the Spring Valleading. In tcply to these circulars the Repub- ley well, near Montlccllo, blew out tho week, lic Saturday morning publishes reports tools last roaring nnd is now escaping noise, which can be from nlKiut eighty counties nil show- with n two miles. heard for ing bad weather and decreased acreage. There Is but one exception, that Kins Winter In England. London, April 10. Uritons have good furnished by CleKmrno county, in Arkansas, which reports nn Increase reason to grumble nt tho weather now of t'.'O acres in tlio amount planted, prei ailing, People weru Kginning to livery other county reports largo de- congratulate themselves upon an early creases, and every county with the ex- spring, when suddenly there was a ception of two reports worso cotton change in the temperature, and midweather than this titnd last year. Tlio winter weather ngaln set in. Snow grand result Is that out of more than storms prevailed throughout the length 3,IO0 plantations reported In tho returns and breadth of the kingdou, nnd tho from lc.xas, Arkansas, Mississippi nnd budding trees nnd sprouting crops wcro Tennessee there is a decrease in the much damaged. acreage of more than 40,000 acres, which Strike. is nn average decrease of nbout 30 per Font Douok, In., April 10. One of the cent from their crops of last year. most unirnio strikes that has ever Ken inaugurated is in progress here. On ac Earthquake lu Oregon. count of the small salaries received the PoiiTt.AMi, On1., April 18. At 2:50 havo nearly nil censed Sunday nttcrnoon two heavy shocks of to instruct the youths nnd maidens here- earthqiuiku were felt In Portland nnd ulsiuts, many having left town attract points near by. Vibrations wero from ed by higher salaries. Nearly all those west to cast, and lasted about ten sec- w ho remain refuse to teach until their onds In each ease. Many persons be- salaries are raised. came frightened when buildings began A Suicide Compact. to tremble, nnd rushed Into the streets. CiilCAtlo, April 19. Casper Cnsel nnd No damage done. William Spunia, two Herman laborers, Attorney Dltbarred, entered Into an agreement Saturday Wasiiinotom, April 13. Samuel R. evening to commit suicide. That both llcrsey, who was suspended on tho 8th seriously Intended to carry out tho comInst, from practice tho pension pact needs no other proof than tho fact otllee pending the congressional investi that Cnsel's dead body now lies In the gation of that ofUeo on account of bis morgue and Sptinln tuny not recover misuse of congressional has from llie wounds inflicted by lii- - own Ken disbarred entirely from pra"tico hand. before the Interior department nnd all A Father's Diptratt Work. of its bureaus. Nii.ks, O., April ll. Monday evening, Samuel Williams, n rolling mill em Atol Lady lulled. 18. Tho ploye, while into.sicntcd, attacked his Oau.ATIX, Tenn., April daughter with a poker, mother of S. F. Wilson, u prominent twenty-year-olpolitlclun of this state, died from tho inflicting what will prove fatal wounds. effects of a full from a horse. She was Seeing thu dastardly work ho hud comnnd cut his fc9 years old and of wonderful mental mitted liu sclred u case-knithroat, dying In a few minutcfi. und physical activity. d slave-huntin- g tcan lAXia.tmmmrmf' tho pre- ... the Increase of pay for length of service M provided bylaw. Toprovldcfor fixing a uniform ttnndard of classification and grading of wheat, corn, oats, barley and rje. Housr Hills Introduced: To correct the military record of fleo. W Freeman, late of Company l), Eighty-sixtIndiana V I., by removing tbo chsrgo of detertlon, and to do the same thing for Edward Itushton, (by request), to penalon Maria Wnugb. and pay her 13 per month. The house tpent most of the day In tfct committee of the whole on tho naval appropriation bill, with Mr. Shlrely, of Indiana, In the chair. The paragraph appropriating 13.500,000 for a new armored crnlser was under consideration. WsmsoTOK, April It Sesatc No busl-se- t of Importance wis transacted In the Hen-at- e Mr. James R. Young, executive clerk of the United States senate, was Unlay officially notified by Hon Anson C. McCook, secretary, that hit position had been declared vacant by the senate. The note Informing Mr. Young Is very curt In tone and glvca no reason for the tcnato'a action. House Nothing of Importance was transacted busi Wasiiisoiok, April ness of Importance. on public IIoi'SE The house committee buildings completely negatived the supposition that, In pursuance of an economical policy, the construction of new public buildings was to much restricted, for It presented bills, aufaiorable reports upon twenty-thre- e thoring the construction nf new buildings, as well as upon two bills allowing Increases of the original appropriations. Hills Introduced: Granting an honorable discharge to Wo. C. Murphey, ot Ilrackcn county, Ky., of Company E, Sixteenth Kentucky V, I, and granting an Increase of pension to Hcbocca A. Oallup, widow of Oeorge A. Oallup, late ot Company D, Four, tecnth Kentucky V. I., to thirty dollars per month. WAsmxaros, April 16 Senate. No business of Importance transacted. Hocse After routine butlncss, the houe I'rcK. Saturday went Into committee of the whole. Mr. Shlrely, of Indiana, In the chair, on tho naval appropriation bllL Mr. Pendleton, of West Virginia, opposed the motion made by party in .Us uctinn on the currency. Iiut pie have already expressed their conMr llolman, to strike from tho bill the clause the issut will not be very definite and viction nt tlio polls. for the construction of one armored cruiser, and And what financial legislation hns will not be nt all dominant. also Mr. Uontello's amendment for the eon It Is will for the country that the had to do with it the people nre going miction of two battlo ships and torpedo boat. tariff wlH be again brought forward to ask, too. This is going to be a camMr llolman spoke In support of his motion. Mr. Fellows (N. Y ) favored the building of a nnd that.h.wui be the controlling issue. paign of education in many ways. navy. Mr Watson (Ga.) aw no necessity for It is now nearly a half century since. When the battle of reason becomes genan Increase of the nary. Mr. Ilaker (Kan.) opposed tho Increasing of tho navy, contending with the exception of tho elections of eral all along the lino after tho summer that the greatest bulwark of American Inde- 1898 and IbTO, the commercial policy of conventions no fact of moment can be pendence was In the happy homes of the people. the nation can be said to have been suppressed. The verdict rests ultimateFeuding further discussion the committee rose, passed upon fairly by a popular vote. ly with the people, and they will deand tho house adjourned. McKinleyhm Is but the ripened product mand to know the truth, the whole Washington, April It Senate. The senl!os-to- n protective system growing out of truth and nothing but the truth. ate, held a secret sesslonon the modus vliendl of the Globe. the wnr. lint that system as a protecfor the protection of the ilehrlng sea teal flsh-leIt was finally referred lo the eommlttco tive one dates from the repeal of the inTHE PRESIDENT'S PLAN. on foreign relations. The resolution heretofore ternal revenue taxes between ISCfl and offered by Mr Feffer requesting the secretary 1S73. Appointing Foreigners to Ilepretent the It wa not originally protective of stato to obtain Information concerning tbo Fulled States Abroad. , use of electricity as a power In the propulsion In any extreme sense, nnd the excess of President Harrison has appointed of farm machinery and Implements, and on the dutica on imports ovor the compensatpropagation and growth of plants, la foreign ing internal revenue taxes would now Nicholas Werthelin, a Herman aubject, countries, was to by the senate. bo regarded as free trade, and pretty consul of the United States to Moscow, Ilot'st Dills Introduced: liy Mr. Gast- z- rank free trade at that. Thu Mills bill The president seems to be heartily in Corrcctlng the military record and granting an favor of the practice of appointing citl-sen- s honorable discharge to Harmon Trupp, William wan very far from a return to the of other countries to represent this Morrill bill lest internal taxation. W ramie, W ells and Charles Gillespie, all Iuls O. V. I Shortly after the war, ns soon as the government at diplomatic posts. Should lato members of Company O, Ninety-si- x liy Mr. Mccreary, of Kentucky For the relief real effect of the repeal of the Internal he be reelected he may adopt It as a ot the board of commissioners of the sinking regular custom during his second term. be obvious, tho movefund for the county court of Madison county, taxes Kgan to He commenced his present administraKy. Hy Mr. Slone, of Kentucky For relief of ment for tariff reform began, and it has David D. Hlldebrand, of Shelby county, Tenn . Ken advancing steadily ever since. tion by appointing Patrick Egan, a fuas found due by the court of claims under tho But until 1PS8 the people never had nn gitive subject of Queen Yictona. to the act ot March 3, IKK), paying blm 1863. to vote directly on it. It important position of minister plenipo- controlled nnd enjoyed abont sixty throe per cent, of His national wealth. Tho classes th'at Tlmt y, T.is. not engnged In aetlve industry, WAsniNRTo.s, April 11 SEATf. XotoljK 5' dlsatmonrniice of the silver those t Importance vra transuded 1W fro the canvass of this yenr tariff but living upon speculative investHociR 11)11 Introduced To remove the comprised " wji retnme tho Importance that ments per cent. the remaining thirty tli irk of desertion fmmthe military record ol I InHie elections of 1800. and that seven Jnmf s who enlisted under the tunm Now, after soma twenty-eigh- t years ct J nines Meltcw, lute of Company II, Tfnlh btloui.' to It. It la true that the ronnectlcnt V I , and lo reiaovn ike mime Isaac bvi not Kon completely or of republicanthelegislation, the statistics charge from the record of John M Oray, late of producing classes own itly banished. It cannot ba allow that Company K, Eighty tlttli O, V, I., and one pen. ilonlng .Al'red I'elc Company 1), I the law of 1890. with its Treat but nbout twenty per cent of the. national wealth. Tho rest hns beep R, V. 1 for the relief of W, II. Harrison, d its conflicting provisions, who while engaitrd and nctlni as second. e been repealed. It Is also mortgaged, assigned, sold or transclas pilot In the I' S. nnvat service, ferred In ono wny or another to the s Ihli that the despernto during the war, by d6tall by Admiral Farrajut class, whocontil at s failed to fasten free coin- pilot from to act, and who did act, as Krhruary, IM2, to Aneust, ll performing she party bv the action of the present nearly eighty per cent, of tho dangerous and Important terrier, for tlie house mar show sufll- - national wealth. It Is now nowhere which ho received the thank" and commendalb or snfllclcnt ugliness at disputed that thirty thousand men own tion of Admiral I'urrngut, but no compensation, the national wealth, force Into thu platform soma more than one-hallie bill mys htm for uch services, correcting the military record or JohnO I'artlow', laifi ol expression thai may cause while the rest of the people, over sixty-fou- r million, own the other half. Company O, laid llllnola V. I., by removing meat and confusion. Hat the charge of dcacrtion from his record, and to do It Is facts like these which form the Hare now that the interest in the aanio Ihlna for MlronH. McMullcn, lato el queition will steadily wane. basis of tho protests whkh we hear Company O, Seventh Indiana V. I., and of Ooaw pany C, Indiana V. I., and of ttutlfr ion' the two parties shall coming from Christian pulpits constantpany O, imui.V.I, lu ihelr respective conven- - ly. To such fscts the vast organization B1I- WASIUNCTOM, April I. SENATE. of llie, in will be so wholly of lnbor is chiefly due. puaeai-- liouso bill to citahUsb lineal rrrom How far legislation Is responsible for holly. wrong in regard to -mum lion WJWvmf iliJ.taSo-- ; Some It will have. n.nnl. mnti in 1nnii 1.tivnn nnwr nnl amlnatlon and promotion of erIlated men of the Ivtll 1m. a. eprtuln nunilMr nf next November. army to tho grado of aecond lieutenant It nml (tiei-That a system of fixes the following ratet of pay after July 1, voters whtrwlll feel, nnd not unjustly, sweeping taxation, which hns thrived IW1. Sergeant major, ISO; regimental r that on the whole the republican party for nearly thirty years, Is largely resergeant. first sergeant, 13.; sponsible, n great majority of the pco-ttO; corporal, lid: and all nro to receive Is likely to be safer than the democratio FIFTY-SECON- D COiNGJ.KSS. VOL; SSfcvn. " - '"'Xif T4Pf u ? BALE DILLS, ENVELOPES, LETTER HEAD BILL HEADS, INVITATIONS. ETC, ETC, NO. 2G. CALX AND SEE US. ..iK'si; alnt far Demoeiaer THE QUESTION. In Settle 1 McM-inn- Flfty-accon- fae-ha- first-clas- lf Klfty-scron- V- ' ii I; quarter-matte- t, HER PET. SUFFERS Sensational Young". IN SILENCE. School-Teach- m school-teache- K-for- call-slip- d fe Story About Senate Clerk Dismissal. New York, April 19. A special to the Morning Advertiser from Washington says: The truth In thu case of James Kankln Young hns just transpired. Ho was dismissed, it will be remembered, from his position of executive clerk of tlio United States senate because ho was charged with having betrayed the secrets while in of tho senate, session, over the Ilehrexecutive lng sea mutter. At tlio time thu matter was King considered Mr. Young wns not in the senate chamber, but eamo in shortly nfter. Tho disclosure wns mndo by n mciuKr of the senate, who wrote the Information on the backs of threo envelopes and sent it to a newspaper man. After Mr. Young was accused of breach ot trust this correspondent wrote to Mr. Young and proffered him these envelopes saying: "I am not willing that you shull lie under this false accusation. Here Is the evi dence proving your Innocence. Fse it nnd 1 will htnnd by It" Mr. Young declined to take the envelopes or to use tho evidence, saying: "While I was anxious to defend my honor, I enn not asperse the honor or Integrity of any senator, mid I will not use the information you have. I thank you for your kind Interest in me, but you enn readily understand the propriety of my position." So Mr. Young lias suiTercd in- justice in silence. London, of d horse-Mealin- nirniiuiriiatlne l'rolilhltlon Cniiitltntluiml. 1'iiii.AHri.riilA, April 111. The supreme court Monday decided that the Hue of ( 100 imposed upon the firm of .1. Otis 1'aiu for tlio salu of oleomargarine, contrary to the statu law of 1M3, U not commerce ii ilolutiou of thu iutcr-htat- u act. t'iiiiiinllm r TIiiuiiimii llrli;ii. Hugh S. Wasiiimi.o.v, April tl.-- Mr. Thompson called on the president and formally tendered his resignation as u civil servlco coinmlsfcioner, to take effect May In. Ho lias Ken npiioli.tod comptroller nf the New York Life Insunim. Co. Cyclone't Hwoc Among the Creeki. (tUTilliii:, O. T., April 1U. A report Paws, April 18. from the western putt of the Creek naKing ltcluiiizlu, of D.ihomey, cyclone passed through nt Whyihih, the irt of Dahomey, tion states that uthu country a night or twenty Kuropeans, Including several that section of nuns, nnd thnt he hns taken them to two ago destroying over ii dozen houses Abomey, his capital, where ho will hold and many barns, killing threu pooplu them lu the cicut of uu attack by tlio nnd a large number of horses and cattle. . Juitlce Lamar Convaleicent. A Young Woman Drowned. Washington, April 1!). Justice CitAiu.Ksroy, W. Va., April IS. -- Miss who has been seriously ill, is now Lizzie Copeu fell from the Kanawha nnd Michigan rail wny transfer Sunday convalescent nnd nblo to walk iiKiut afternoon und was drowned. The body the house. Ilu has not been out doors was recovered half an hournftcrdrown since his illness, nnd will not go out until tho weather becomes settled. lug. King IUhiniln Salus Eurcpeint. l.tt France says that Heavy snow Storms. April 10. A heavy snowstorm raged Monday in North Wales Dispatches from Paris uud Cheshire, uml places in the uoithuf France state that hull mid sleet uro falling and the weather is bitterly cold. It Is feared that much damage will bo done to the early crops. opportunity was alwnjs presented to them complicated with and obscured by some other question of great popular Interest. At most the vote fo tariff reform was tentative and but partially effectual. Sometimes th interference was from tho southern question, sometimes It was tho currency question, and on one occasion nt least 1IT4 it was Kth. Mr. Tildan was the first democratic candidate who succeeded in largely reducing the Importance and Influence of the No one rcnlly southern nuektlon. doubted his loyalty or feared that any of the "fruits of the war" would be lost under him. or that the national dignity or stability would K compromised by him or with his assent. Hut there suspicion as to the was a financial soundness of tlio party und his s capacity to control his party cm involving the currcucy. He stood on a platform that demanded the repeal of the resumption act of I87S. It is, perhaps, not.too much to say that without this source of weakness .Mr. lililen might have Ken Indisputably elected. IIowwsAAbat may K, it is clear that la ISTO the tariff was not a controlling Issue. Jt hub more nearly a in 18S0, but even then it was tbo southern question, artfully revived, thnt decided the vote of the northwest nnd kept that section from the path It would otherwise have taken. In 1884 tho tariff was obscured by the personal element brought into the canvass by tho nomination of Mr lllalne. In 18SS the Issue was more plain, und the iHipular vote was In favor of reform, but its fruit was lost through the treachery of Mill. In leOO there w as no doubt as to tho issue or the result. The harvest was at lust ripe, nnd It was gathered so far us It could be. It only temalns to complete tho task this year uud to start the country fairly on Ing prosperity, a career of stciiully-groin comparison with which even the won derful past will seem tame. N. Y. deep-seate- d ques-tlou- tentiary of the United States to Chill. There is something to K said, from a political point of view, in favor of the plan of selecting foreigners to repre sent the United States as ministers and consuls abroad. It would never do, of course, to give these places to democrats, and by Kstowing them upon re publicans a good many votes which may K badly needed at the next election will be lost. Tho president might save a state otherwise doubtful by recalling nil of its citizens who are nn duty in foreign countries nnd naming as their successors subjects of other governments or unnaturalized residents of tlio United States. Chicago Herald. PARAGRAPHIC PO?NTERS. Mr. Harrison's republican league of ofllce holders Is steadily saw Ing wood for tho renomluatlon pile. St Louis Kepublle. La-mn- r, - Why the Cabinet Quit. entire ministry wns due to the demand of thu minister of finance that tho army be reduced from twelve to ten corps. . Arretted fur Murder. that the crisis In thu Italian cabinet thnt resulted In tho resignation of the London, April 18. Tlio Standard saya Hother and Children CrowasJ. MoiimsTOUN, Tenn., April 10. While trying to cross Clinch river In n ciiiiih', whllu a swift current wns running, tliu Kint wus upset nnd u Ilrs. Kuril and her two small children wero diownetl. Tho young man who was rowing them across saved himself by swimming Ashore. Ai.i.kntown, Pa., April 18. John P. Fiical Court BUI Signed. McCarthy wns arrested at midnight at Fiivnkkoiit, Ky,, April 10. llov. Slntlngton for murdering Raines Hay den ut Cntnsau,un. Ho Is u Milling mill Drown signed the fiscal court bill auman uud n prize lighter from Phillips-burg- , thorising counties to leiy ud valorem N. .1. Willluin Klllot, of Fern-dal- tax, etc, A numbcrof th )se courts met Moiuhiv, was arretted as uu accomplice , Madison, Ind., April 10. An un THE WEALTHY FEW. known floater was found nt llrooks- burg, eight miles aKvo here, Monday Cold Tacts That Itcpubllrant Would Do morning. Well to Kiptaln. It Is supposed to bo a victim of the tiolden ltule, which burned nt I itnin conditions have been develop Cincinnati recently. ing in this country sinco the republican pnrty came Into power which are Killed on Ills First Trip. Mtssn.i.oN, (., Aptil lit Andrew interesting more and more deeply the SchaKw, who wus making his first yvesl mass of tho people. If these conditions nre the result of trip ns a freight brakeinan, on thu Cleveland, Lorain nnd Wheeling roud, republican llnauclal legislation it is fell Ktwccn the ears In this city Sun time tlmt the people bhould know lu day morning, unci was killed. He whs If they are the result of republican n single innn, aged twenty-live- , and tariff legislation all tlio forces of protest should be concentrated upon that. lived at Willtston, O. If tlit-- ure the result of Kth combined, KllleTTliy Lightning. of Hie Kanhas Cirr, April 10. Lightning then thu whole general policy of ills purt ist lcgitiinutu subject struck the house ut No. U'.Kl Prospect nnd killed fieorgu Ackcrmau, the Cil.aloll. The conditions are these, uud they owner. Several other houses were struck, but no other fatalities uro re- have never Ken disputed: When the republican party cume into power the ported. clM&ca In this nation owucd, uv-ennf An Unknown Floater Found. Times. President Harrison Is not likely to say anything against the R,hodo Island gerrymander, llow would Mr, Harrison's party get a senator without it? Louisville Courier-Journa- l. if Hie democratio cheap clothing bill becomes n law it will save the people nt least four hundred million dollars n year and give them much better clothing for their money than the McKluiey article-S- t. Louts Kepublle. The cut in the wages of workers in the highly protected Iron mills continues, Kth east mid west. The are (hiding out why a lepublle-a- n congress rejected the proposition to condition the increase in duty upon uu equivalent Increase in wages. That wasn't their game. N. Y. World. The republicans are growing weary as It becomes more and more apparent that tariff reform will be the lending issue of tho presidential campaign. They have created war clouds and turned on their Jingo thunder to divert the attention of the masses, but Detroit they must fuco the mutlc. Free Press. The freo wool bill has passed tho house by an emphatic vote of iVi to 0. This is the first gun In a campaign pliinncd to attuck the McKlnley tariff luw In detail. The result warrants faith In tho success of other raids upon fullv os iniquitous measures, such as the "binding twine, tin pinto and lumKr tuxes. St. Puul liloK. 'Ihe Oregon republicans have met wage-earners In convention, nppluuded the McKlnley law, denounced the free wool bill and instructed their delegate to vote for Harrison first, w itli McKlnley for second choice. Tho day of tho convention word wus received In Chicago from the world's fair commissioners for that ttate thnt Oregon Is too poor to bo represented oriielully at 'ho world's fulr. In indorsing McKiubyUm the Oregon rcpiibliciii lick tho huud l)uit robbcO theui. Chicago Times. rV, ( " ' 'fSV-'- f A -- mmmmm 4i -m-' jTV w V '. V -JV- "f THE HICKMAN COURIER. Ptibllifct- - Evary Friday by . i r c "r.""n"'"' GEORGE WARREN Htokmnn. Kentuoky. HBe THE HICKMAN COURIE XV. I v t FINE JOB PKINTING I KxxcctrncD ITH NEATNESS AID DISPATCS. SALE BILLS, Jwkion Btrest, nest doet to City Hall 4- - ENVELOPES, LETTER HEADS; BILL HEADS, INVITATIONS. ETC , ETC tfCtOltCE WARREN, Editor. TOT OLDEST NEWSPAPER IN WESTERN KENTUCKY. Price oi' Subscription, $150 ESTABUSHED D0CT0KKD MAI'S. 1859. The IIiiiImi JirCKMAN, FULTON COUNTY. KY., PJU DAY, APltIL 22, HtW HATTLE-SHIP- . I'ni.f. ll,., mil I'riivlillnc for 1892. , - CURRENT TOPICS. tonnufacttiilng center In the norlil. Pnm'maiiu lubcqjfor mnll will probably lie in operation lit tliu World's fulr. 'I'iik emperor of China tins ten men whoso wild duty la to carry li In tun brvllo. Tnic largest United Stutcn nccuM U llnnl'Ml nt Springfield, .Mush. Piiii.. him. nils U tho greutctt carpet .. A DIGAMIST. Aftor Mnrrylnu; Six Womon Ho It, turns to HId Ltiwful Spouoo. rimt. Orcnrn, Too, I'ollnnlnir TMllniony hj-lllllrst Wlfi. xvnlili HrmU Illm to tlm 1 Vtiltriitlary MioThfii I'or- Khr.llllii-IIUTIi- A DLACK OROESUS. ItfliKnrln, K!nrj nf IImIioiid-- ) - Million, of (lot i mill Hirer Stored Atmy In llm ChIInI. Lo.mioN, April 10. The (ilobc of Monday publishes a letter from n correspondent who, the paper says, Lswell Informed ns to the matter upon which he writes, giving an explanation of tl.o preparations now beliiginade by Franco jipou Dahomey. It will Ik; noticed, however, thnt this letter does not bear out the statement.' heretofore made that Franco has no Intention whatever of conducting military operations In the Interior of Dahomey, confining herself solely to defending her possessions In the Illght of Ilenln, Porto Novo nnd Kontonu. Tho (llobe's correspondent say.) It is believed on good grounds that un immense treasure, tho accumulation of upwards of two centuries. Is burled In Abomuy, the capital of Dahomey, Allowing largely for exaggerations, this treasure, the writer declares, Is said to bo worth a sum equivalent to 500,000,000 rnes.- - It imecessWa MrnriKr Morlr Aliout seint-ofilcl- F1FTV-SEC0N- D VOt.lLVll. COXGitESS. SMf THE HJWw Mtnlng far afeT:-4- rw 't NO. 20. QUESTION. tn OAXX AND SEE US. Jlt1 controlled nnd enjoyed nbont sixty-thre- e per cent, of the rmtlonnl rre'nlth. Tho classes thnt thost not engaged in active Industry, but living upon speculative Investments comprised the remaining thirty-seve- n per cent. Now, after aomo twenty-eigh- t years of republican legislation, tlie statistics show that the producing classes own but about twenty per cent of the. national wealth. Tho rest has beer mortgaged, assigned, sold nr transferred In ono wny cr nnothcr to tho class, who'control at present nearly eighty per cent, of tho national wenlth. It Is now nowhere disputed that thirty thousand men own f more than the national wealth, while the rest of tlie people, over sixty-fou- r million, own the other hnlf. It is facts like these which form the basis of the protests which we hear coming from Christian pulpits constantly. To such facts the vast organization of labor Is chiefly due. How far lnglalatlon is responsible for g one-hal- They Show Many Clums to tho F'incst Land a Vllollcd to tho Indians, nn Arnuirril (iiil.t-- r nf M.ooo 'liuii Ills- ItltfCI'lltl'lll, WAsiilNOto.v. April HI. The houso pis-ie- WASniKOTON, Jf Importance Jlocsr- - 11)11 Tiik most exort woman conductor of nuiklcln tlio world IsMUs Clara Novcllo Ditvlcs. Tiik pnlnco nt Versailles, France, which I,ouls XIV. built, cot I nf the paper used' In tliu United States is manufactured ul Oxk-iiAi.- p llnl-yok- m - Si.i'iir.TAU'i Kl'BK proposes to have o plnntntlon of rubU'r trees In the everglades of 1'lorldu. 'I'iik fastest ship afloat Is III C .iv of IVkln owned liy tliu I'aellle M.m Co. Sho cost f 1, 000,000. On an average there are 100 boysliorn to every 100 girls, lull more boys dlo lu infouey than girls. imn-r- Mnvs. lco ; v. wrro iiunni,..?-- Him cur scrv ironi laatyrar liy cleetrleilv. Jay (lot mi's unmarried daughter "- -. a - Helen, has now three lotcrswhu aio in mates of the insane asylum. Fltr.M'll reporter now lake notes at night hy tho light of n tiny incandescent lamp attached to the pfnc.il. Krcr.M data plnccn tlie population of the globe at MK).0(K),000mii1s, tho land area nt &3,MI,oou sqnnre miles. In ISM n Initio elephant could lc bought in liullii fur itii; now their prices range from j;J0 to tl.OOO. Tiik solo effects of n man who tiled hi Aulmrii. Me., recently, were a lllblc and a pack of cards. An KiikIIs.1i doctor has traced the In many caws to Infcctetl postage stamps on letters from diseased persons. i,, nt Helena, brittle that thYynrt broken by the most trlvul nccl-leiit- A rANII.V now llvlug MmiL.poikMrin.ox bones no "Nink young men aje about to walk from Aincrleus, lla., Ut Clilcugo, 111., a distance of 1,000 miles by road, on a wager. Tiitm: k a brisk traded second-hantoinlmtoncs In london. Still stranger is of selling family vaults partly-filled? , f 3 t here that pivcscsa great terest to army and navy ordnru. connection with tho U i. inch steel gun, It is n test by Interior hydrostatic pressure of tho buso loop about to lo nppliel to that of ordminee. Not only Is the experlmrnf upon n larger Neiilo thannnyin wh.ili the aprier recently Tm: latest dlscorcry In dentistry Is plication of enal pressure has lieen thaluew teeth may o grafted ou old made, so f.ir nsknoisn, but it is In such n way as to develop rooU and made to gniw as finely as the much more fully than has hu tho natural teetlu f Tin: Italians Invented the term Influ'etween the U vs of resistenza in the scrrutectli century, and at- ance lis at pivftvnl ncn'pb t and tho tributed tha disease to the Inlluencoof teachings of n purely exrnnontal T? certain planets. I'rcwiure.s nn- - nppllnl In successive S. It. I'aiiK, of Mexico, Mo,, has what is said to lie the bill of sale of "Ellra," multiples In l.noo siinis jht rijuaro r pcriii.inrnt one of the principal character' 111 Inch and the elastn changes, of ullameter at the interior, "Uncle Toms Cabin." ' Kknatoh ViMiitiiKi.s, of Indiana, will mlddln thickness and extenor of tho pressure an measured delherthe omtion at the formal open-lin- g cylinder for each Uio nenn.t of tho new steel bridge over the and nvonled to andth of nn Inch. Mississippi at Memphis, May 13. Hkkii has ima of the Oplnlitu. r Ihr Itnllnn Imlrinnltr rmr. U.MK.N, April 10- - 1 he Dally News, largest malls that como to tho capitol. Kvcry monilng nn enormous batch of in addition to declaring that no sano t iH'Ing can doubt that the offer of Inletters and Mipem covers his desk. A Nkw Voiik scholar lu tailoring has demnity for the NewOrli.ins lynching enriched the Kngllsh language with the made by tho United M 'U-- s to Italy word jMinlorlum, which signlllea n place wus dictated solely by a sense of right, says that tlm dip died oWrva-tionso- f w here "pants" are pressed for litre. "" Tltr. ronductora on two lines tho Now York Herald, Tribune of street railway lu New York have notified and Times might proflt.il' v be studied of that they must wear whlto shirts, linen by some organsThe, opinion on this side News pays a tribute of the ocean. collars and whlto tlca u hilo on duty. Tiik majority of tho whlto hnekmen to tho statesmanlike ve- aititudo of Mr. tmtarlly offerwl of Washington, U. C, says tho Post of Illnlnc, who, it says, Italy, to that city, refuse to carry a negro, but Tho make, compensation the toheirs of lilobo Bays that all mako 1'rod Douglass an exception. very lucky, lynchvd men are A I.aiihk cavo was recently dlscov-crc-d to tho lu Montana which contained tho According it Is not to lie phones of hundnM.sof animals that had view that Mr. lllalne Intends to es fallen Into It and wero unable to establish n precedent ho illng 'he federal cape. government nnsworal'' foi the delicts Tur. rtotlisrlillil family, of Ciirope, of evcrj- - separate state That would be sayn Herr riurschelm, thedcrmau econcarrying the federal principles a degree Is estlmateil to lie worth omist, further than was ever thought of even and their Income to bo wheu'lvil war was imteoirj Icred too high a price to pay for " sup: 'macy. Tiiriit In u whlrjHJol In tho Santo Fe OiTr iTT'lirlne "' Hrrl. river, thrco miles northwest of High Wasiii.noton, April 1" The U. 8. S. Spring, Klii., Into which 1,000 feet of lino has been lowered without finding Hanger will be put In commission at San Francisco on the 2Jth inst, and bottom. will lo assigned to patrol duty in nchr- 1n about eight out of ten ensca of diIn tho United States It U, from lugsca. Tho other naval xisscls vorce are the York-towor Unit stattsth-- 'of tlio past twenty yearn, Mohican iinil AdiunJ. They will found to bo tho wife who nsks for tho bo reinforced by tho nTonuu vessels separation. Corwln, Hush and Alb.it rosa. These AT tho school election at Ilvnnsto'n, IIL, recuutly, Mrs. Mary WillnnI, tho seven vessels will comprise tlio entire tho w venerable mother of Miss FrnnccH K. Americanseatleet to guard 'illng atcrs of during tho llehring season. her lirst vote, at tho rlpo They will lu assisted In e Wlllunl, this service by ago of 00 years. sevenil Itrltisli warships of tho I'm llie A MAN-libeen arrested at llcdford, .Mat Ion. Tho revenue steamer Hear 'a for sitting under tho window of his has Im'ch ordered to carry supplies to divorced Svlf in tho small hours of tho tho lefugco station at Point Harrow, night and playing "llome.Swcct Home," Alaska. Jo onaiFrench harp. the IIiiiIiiiiii .Miner.' Strike. Tiik hist mule heir of Pulaski, tliu distinguished Polo who aided the patriI.onhos, April 18, Dally the effects ots of the revolution, lives In .Savannah, of tho striko of tho lturhani coal (la., whom hit rams u scanty living miners, which was Inaugurated on tlm rk u "DKMvrnv wagons, tliu motlvo'powcr of which Is electricity, aie tlio newest r vehicles in l.ondou. A had the first. Al.tUt,Lif water kittles In thcOcr-maii nrmy dure inllc-i- l on account or cor vrosloiu They unuld stand water, but flTof br'tody. years n Artl.il a search of thirty-nlnHtl found hU father In the Allegheny mountains In New York, living tho life of a hrrmlt. societies of Ktiropc Tiik am to make, nn e.xlilliltlon ul tho' Chicago fair of all the Instruments used by slave raptors. A miiki.t letter box, charged with electricity from crossed wires, gave, a severe- shock to I'lttKburgli letter cargrccn-groccnntl-slawr- y - Moiiduy the naiiil uppnipriation In llie rniulnM-- Itesma- - bill. It piovldes for the construction of linn iVliriiTliF)r,lrrltrullyOFiiliH.'tonly one armored cruiser uf f,0(K) tons llrmriil TliU llxr,lnK lllrnl rllsplniement .Strenuous efforts wero Hie I'hiikiu. Oltliiliiiiii,, ornliiK. made by the rcptibl leans to Increase the Otrriiciiin, 0, T April IS. The ex- iiiiiiiIkt of vcssoIh by providing for two o citement Incident to the cpenlnir of tlm battlo ships;, but tho house of whole the voted Cheyeniio nnd Ampulioo Indian reservadown, most although of tion lsinteneln-nl- l sections of Okla this homa, nnd from nil appearances it will the sea coast dcmocratHiind several pro rival the famous opening of Okla- gressive western democrats joined with tho republicans in nn endeavor to get homa tlireo.yf lira ugu. Iloluian, The president's oftkial proclamation, more ships for the navy. as published in the Oklahoma State .evernl days ago, made the point of order, ugnlnst the Item of M,r.0O,00O for Capitol yesterday, makes Uent.V-scvc- n for nn nrinored cruiser, that this apcolumns of line type. An examination of the list of lands In the pr iclamatloii propriation was not legislation, but nnd comparison with the allotment Chairman Shiiely, of Indiana, overHolinun It. Mr. Then nl.ips sold hero by the thousands, s.1iowb ruled moved to striku out that item. tho map to bo n rank fraud. Tho maps show many claims of tho In tho vote Mnndny on Mr. motion, there were 6S votes In llnest lands an allotted to tho Indians when they were really oen to settle his favor nnd ISO ngulnst it. This wusllysolil-selov.Hequite li ment, ,'J ho in.iataiv rvldeiitlt- - d tawinttMtmTrffi&rbr .tifcTTrn to Mcssni. lloutello and Cummlngs I who hoiic thus to keep tlio txdlco oft tho to get provisions uwde for choice lands mid secure them for themcck smaller gunboats and torpedo boats, selves. During the past deposited in but the comiiilltee of tho whole-vote- d over lloo.ooo huso the banks nt Kl Henoainl King 1'Micr them down. These inotionsof Houtelle by the white boomers. Many of those and CuinmliigH, however, saved the Item who did not deposltu their money have for n new cruiser from defeat. When Iloluian saw ho was beaten In had It stolen from them or have lost muih of ll In rumbling. The gamblers the endeavor to kill the appropriation have renped a harvest for tins'' or four for new cruisers, he made another atdays. Kansas City and Wich.ta have tempt to kill It by moving to provide emptied all of their crook a int.. towns for four torpedo Imnts nt 1 120, 000 each. on tho liordcr of the rrtcrvotlon and tho This motion was greeted by a remark local oflicurs nro tmalilu to c pe with by Mr. Houtelle that It would save time to umbo four row boats, while Mr. such a gang with any degrco of success. Tho Cheyenne liuuant hare stopped O'Ncll, of Missouri, thought that rafts preferable. Tho motion wns their ghost dunce and come in from would their reservations in great numln'rs to lost is to ion and the bill passed. It probable that tho senate will see the crowds. There arc perhaps IJ.000 peoide to go In from the i ast and mako n light, xvith a prospect of win7,000 or P.OOOIii the Wnshlta c untry, ning. In favor of a decided Increase In navy. while nlsmt a.OOOTexans an drawn up tho BOUGHT FOR UNCLE SAM. along thq south line. There are not many people on thn west line On the Th l.l'iiit of Snn Homlneo Virtually tfn- nftli line, about tiro miles, east of it. r (litr Control An Anirrltan fompstir lift. Control of tlio 1'orl iinil u I'lfir C'tistCantonment, there are ftm people lui; sutloii. from western Kansas camp J in one AusiiuitiAM, April 19. One of tho bunch. most sensational und remarkable InterGUNNING WITH WIRE. national transactions known in many MJ. llltr-- r IVItl Cnmptrle III. Ts.li, Montr years, and which will innko a great stir in Knglnnd nnd (Jerinany has taken or Nn Mmiry. Watkiiiown, Mass., April 1 - Work place. It consists of n virtual sale upon tho Worxlbrldgj wire-liut- il gun of the Island of the republic of San Is being continued In splto of the fact Domingo to a private company in tho e United States. The price Is nominally that the allotment necessary to , it liar, been expended. Ma Kdey, M,500.(K)0 In five the onlnanee ofllcer in clinrge ,t the hecurtsl on the revenue from tobacco, sold by arsenal at this place, is detenu mil to etc. This concession has r and Wostvrndorff, the banker finish tlm gun as soon as po- forwaitl It to Sandy Hook for trial Tim of this city, representing Domingo holders. At present nothing remains great delay In the workhaslH-ia'.aigelowing to the ntcugrrequipineir ' " gun but the signatures of tin American representatives to complete the transacwork. coiulucted tion, and secure to the United States an An experiment is coin-.iilttcHoi-man- 's lr J .sentence. Niwaiik, N. J., April 18. Jamti Abliott, nlias James Stevenson, nllis Charles Stevenson, accused of blgainr, has pleadeil guilty nnd been remanded for trial. monial career, having been married to seven wives. II o has twice been of bigamy, nnd sentenced lo terms of four and five years reIn spectively Sing Sing prLvo. Mrs. Abbott, Ills legal wife, who lives ut SO south Ninth street, Ilrooklyn, appears to havo a most forgiving disposition, ns she took him back after each offense. Sho and Abbott wero married nineteen years ngo. 0 ffnmjv, a dren, In Abliott has had a remarkable matri- Uliultfui .. Kn - rum-plet- delx-ntures- well-know- n y 'f In- eof-llrers- wire-woun- d ph-c- Important harlsir and ro.iling station. The holder of this concession practicho has ally rules the republic, the payment of all ntlleials, and receives the revenue of the tobacco monopoly, A striking fenitro In tho statement made that the schema has been approved by Illnlnc, and supported by Ux-nusgeu-tlein- tl ten-thou- la-e- - $1,000,-000,00- 0, 0. pui-po- n, a the convict must notify tho prosecuting attorney of the county from which he was sent, mlvci Use the fact of application in two newspapers for two weeks, obtain the recommendation of tho warden and chaplain for parolu nud, lnstly, get the vote of every inemler of thu iHKird of managers. All llllllllli I'll. Oil. IXunlngo. Honor, lor Jll lime MnurTrr, HiiowN's Vai.i.kv, Minn., April 19. The new town on the Slsseton reservation, for a not el reason, has hud its namo changed from Slsseton to Uillng-toAfter consultation the Slsseton Hand Co. nnd the people directly around the town site unanimously decided to namo the place after .Ml Ktllo Stauffer, tho schoolmistress, who was tho first tho ono to reach it. She made journey nlone from Hrown's Valley, to lxwiulary line, ridtho northern miles on April 11 nnd ing forty-fivsleeping" that night In a tent. The morning of tho 15th she rodo nlono twenty-fou- r miles, follow lug the boundary until she met tho crowd. She led nil the men to the new town, and they complimantcd her In the manner Already there havo been descrilKil. started a general store, lumberyard, hardware store, blacksmith shop, grocery, millinery establishment and hotel. Large prairie llres are reported to bo raging. Tin-- I'lirolo or Tom Ida. Col,vJliV8, (., April H. A check hns been placed iiihiii the practice of turning out of tho penitentiary such convicts as happened to have n polltic.il pull, by tho passage by tho senate of Mr. Van Clenfs bill Monday fliorulllg. Ills bill requires the unanimous consent of tho lionnl of penitentiary managers for tho parole of n prisoner, and is now n law. To get from Ixdiind tho bars o through with unprecedented rapidity, the whole matter having Wen arranged r, within fourteen days. Huron Von tho London coinpfiity promoter, together with his Milieitor, Watson Thomas, nre awaiting the arrival of tho Aiiurienu signatures. Tho former primakefi no disguise Unit the vate company Is virtually the U. S, government, for In this manner it has now und fores er mnster of San Olo-gale-co- Ooitld and Ogilcn Mills; that those nre going to spring it upon tho United Mates as n campaign weapon, somewhat upon the lines that of secured Hefleousfleld control Suer. Unglnnd cnnnl for the The transaction has liccn rushcil n. -- """ tet!dllnV sinall wares. The coffee crop of ltrnzlt has lieen so 3 largo that tho railroads of ouu blocked, 'eVery avallnblo enr being lu service, freight depots lielng crowded nnd further receipt of cofTeo being declined. A Kansas City man has a mania for killing rats. Ho halites out at night with terriers and engages in tho work with much enjoyment. Ho bays he will not stop until ho 1ms killed 100,000 ro- 12th of Mn'i uppareut. - toel.sof fuel ut the works which him depended upon the Durham mines for their supplies, nre either entirely exhausted or tipprouching tho vanishing point. Never in tho coursoof tho history of the trade in tho North of Kngland has there been so grave it crisis. blast, lire more timate tho numltcr of men who linvo Won thrown out of work by the striko of tliu miners. l'lrrliutr In I.onlnlltr, rjOi'iHViM.K, Ky., April ie.Thls city was visited by a llrebug Sunday morning. Within a radius of four si mires five Incendiary tires occurred in thrco hours, accompanied by tho total destruction of eight buildings and serious Injury to n number of people. Only tho efforts of n number of firemen saved several people, from being burned alive, und they escaped only after having their hands mid faces terribly Inn ued. 1M Kellet, nn eighteen-year-olboy, Is lu Jail charged with tlio crime, and there Is strong cvldenco that ho applied ho torch In every enso. d It is imposslblo to correctly es- Whiti: Ham., 111., April 10. Tho hens lest ruin ever known here fell lust night. The llartwell levee, which protected several thousand ncrea of funning land mostly planted in wheat, broke nnd tho whole country is now under water. All tho county bridges wero swept tiwuy and all lsittom lands along tho streams am submerged, which moans that many thousands of acres of wheat has been destroyed. ThoC, 11. ,t Q. reservoir, which wns several acres in extent, also gave way and is now 1 ho empty, nggiegtuo lo.ss w 111 bo very large, . OlromitrKurlao rrolillilllon Cnititllnlloniil. Piin.Alir.M'iiiA, April III, Tho su preme court .Mommy iieciucii inai ine tine of f 100 Imposed upon the firm o l. Otis Paul for tho sale of oleomargarine, contrary to tlio state law of IbVi, is not commerce a violation of tho inter-stnt- o act. l'niiiiiilloiM r TImiiiioii Itolmn. Wasiiinoiov, April 111. Mr, Hugh H. Thompson called on tho president and fomiully tendered His resignation as a civil service commissioner, to tnho effect Muy 111. Hu litis lieen iippoli.tcd tho New York Life Insumin. eoinp-troilcr- tried "rank MBBPslb young widow4 with' two chil- quantities of bullion within the prethis city. Ho met iior four cincts of the palace in a number of months ago, nnd represented himself to lirgo pits, ten or more of which nro bo li gentleman of leisure with a good mid to contain gold and silver to tlio Income. After living with licrtcn days amount of several millions nt francs he took her jewelry nnd her brother's aeh. I Authentic reports of the existence of coat and returned to his first wife. Mrs. Abliott told a strange story of his treasure reached the French her married experience. When she mar- through missionaries nnd traders, nnd this really accounts for the eagerness ried Abbott nineteen years ago sho was n widow with ono son. Prior to her lllsplnycd by the French to capture with Abbott ho was married iMiomay. The attempt, the correspond- lit says, hns been postponed for vari to Utility linverineyer, a girl, who soon died of heart disease. ous reasons, but now that the French Abbott's first bigamy wns committed In benato nnd ehamlicr of deputies have marrying Hannnh Hoach, In New York, voted a credit for tho purpose, preparaIn 1870. She wns aliout nineteen years tions will lc made in earnest for old nt tho time. Later she discovered march on Dahomey. that Abbott had a wifo living and had The French parliament n few days ago voted over 3,000,000 francs for tho him arrested. Mrs. Abbot No. 1 testified against purpose of sending reinforcements to him, and he was sentenced to fouryears Porto Novo, and orders were issued by in Sing Sing. Whilo he was In prison the minister of marino for a French the deceived girl committed suicide by cruiser then nt Montevideo to at once W hen released drowning. Ablwt ex- proceed to tho gold coast and join tlio Troops wero pressed penitence and was forgiven by warship nlrcady there. his wife. A year later he met Mrs. ordered to proceed from St. Louis, Sen- -' Mary Moulton, of New York, who pro- egal, to reinforce thu garrison at Porto cured a divorce from her husband to Novo, and much activity was displayed marry Abbot. When she learned that In military circles. An air of probabilhe wns n bigamist she hr.il him arrested. ity is given to thuCilobc correspondent's Again Mrs. Abl-o- t testified against her statement by the fact that alhusband, nnd lie was convicted. This though King Helmnzin and his forces, to bo threattime ho wns sentenced to five years In who were said ening the French settlements had Sing Sing. Mrs. Abbott forgave him for the sec- withdrawn northward, there wns no ond time, and took him back when ho cessation of tho military preparations was discharged from prison. Her son nnd they arc now being pushed forward ndvised her against it, but she persisted. w ith nil possible speed. It may be that They then moved to South Norwnrk, the French imagination has been exCt-- , where sho procuicd work for her cited by the stories of the vast treasures husband. Abliott worked steadily for in the Dahomeyan capital, and that unseven months, nnd then married Mary der pretense of punishing King Holinn-rl- n for his many crimes against civilizaAnn Hailey, with whom ho lived for a short time. His deserted wife returned tion, particularly his to Ilrooklyn. In n few months Ab'iott raids. Franco will sclzo upon it Bnd at followed her, and xvius ngaln forgirrn. the same time cut short tho career of the absolute desjxit whose murders of Soon after this Abbott joined the army nnd met Lena Parks. Mrs. helpless victims cry aloud forvengeanco. Abliott says ho married Lena, am' inArmy of th Cumberland Reunion. troduced her as his wife among the SaWasiii.noton, April 10. At n meeting lvationist. Her husband began to all-- of the executive ofllcers of the nrmv of sent himself from home again two I tho Cumberland, held hero Monday, tho . ., . ..,- months ago. When ho returned to mi- - jit mo bcji reunion oi ine society n week ago, nftcr marrying the Newark to be held on tho battlefield of Chlca- woman, ho told her that ho had been mauga, wns changed from thnt fixed nt visiting friends In Ilrooklyn. tho Inst annual meeting, to September ST and 25 of this year. This cliango LESS COTTON PLANTED. wns made mi as not to interfere with A r.illlnz Off of Thirty lVr Cent In lit i the coming encampment of tho Grand Cot Inn Mule.. Army of the Ilcpubile In this city. Sr. Lotis, April 18. The Republic Oil una Gas tn Kentac'iy. recently sent out circulars throughout IHxvii.i.k, four states of cotton belt for the pur from Wayne Ky., April 19. Advices county state thnt a pose of gaining Information reganlin; hns the next cotton crop. Tho circular! which been n struck on Otter creek, yields greater quantity of oil wero sent broadcast, but to parties whoso knowledge would be relied upon than the one opened some time ago. Tho of SO barrels tier had as full and accurate and in no ense mis- other wellflow n flow in hour. A of gas the Spring Valleading. In reply to these circulars the Hepuls ley well, near Monttcello, blow out tho Is now escaping He Saturday morning publishes rcKrU tools last week, and with from nlsmt eighty counties all show- heard a roaring noise, which can bo for two miles. ing bad weather und decreased acreage Winter In England. There is but one exception, that bclnj furnished by Clcbourno county. In London, April It). Hritons havo goixl to grumble at tho weather now Arkansas, which reports nn increase rca-o- n of J so acres in tlio amount planted. prevailing. People xvcro beginning to Kvcry other county reports largo de- congratulate themselves upon nn early creases, und every county with tlio ex- spring, when suddenly there was n ception of two reports worso cotton change In the temperature, nnd midweather than tills timd Inst year. The winter weather again set in. Snow grand result Is that out of more than storms prevailed throughout the length and breadth of the kingdon, and the 3,200 plantations reported In the return from Texas, Arkansas, Mississippi and budding trees and sprouting crops wero Morning Advertiser from Washington says: The truth in thu case of James Tennessee there Is a decrease in the uluc" """'"KC" Itankln Young has just transpired. Ho ncrenge of more than 40,000 acres, which Ecool-T-ctStrike. was dismissed, it will be remembered, Is an average decrease of about CO per I'out Dodok, la., April 10. Ono of the from his position of executive clerk of cent, from their crops of last year. most unique strikes that has ever been tho United States senate because ho was Inaugurated is in progress here. On charged with having betrayed the Earthquake In Oregon. of tho small salaries received tho secrets of the senate, whilo in Ponrt.ANli. Ore., April 18. At 2:r.O havo nearly all ceased executive session, over tlio llehrSunday n fternoon two heavy shocks of Ui instruct tho youths nnd maidens here-a- l earthquake were felt In Portland nnd suits, many having left town attract- ing sea mutter. At tho tlmo tho matpoints near by. Vibrations were from ed by higher salaries. Nearly all tliobo ter was lielng considered Mr. Young west to enst, and lasted about ten sec- who remain refuse to teach until their was not in the senate chamber, but cumu In shortly after. The disclosure onds In each case. Many persons be salaries are raised. was made by n member of the senate, came frightened when buildings began who wrote the Information on the backs A Suicide Compact. to tremble, nnd rushed into the streets. Chicago, April 19. Casper Cascl and of three envelopes nnd sent It to a news No damage done. oung was ac William Spania, two Ocriunn laborers, paper man. After Mr. Attorney debarred. entered into an agreement Saturday cused of breach of trust this correspondWasiiinoton", April 18. Samuel It. evening to commit suicide. That both ent wrote to Mr. Young and proffered llerscy, who wns suspended on tho 8th scriuuslj; intended to carry out the com- htm these envelopes saying: "I am inst. from practice before the pension pact needs no other proof than tlio fact not willing that you shall He under office pending tho congressional investithat Casel's dead liody now lies in the this false accusation. Here is the evi gation of that oflico on account of Ids morgue and Spunln may not recover dence proving your innocence. Use misuse of congressional lias from the wounds inflicted by Ids own it and 1 will stand by It." Mr. Young declined to take the envelopes or to use lccn disbarred entirely from practice hand. before the Interior department nnd all tho evidence, saying: "While I was A Father's Dapirats Work. of its bureaus. NiMH, O., April H). Monday evening, anxious to defend my honor, I can not Samuel Williams, n rolling mill em- asperse tho honor or integrity of any Aged Lady Killed. senator, and I will not use the informa18. The ploye, while Intoxicated, attacked his Oam.atin, Tenu., April twenty-year-ol- d daughter with a poker, tion you have. I thank you for your mother of S. F. Wilson, a prominent you can readily in politician of this state, died from tho inflicting what will prove fatal wounds. kind interest tlie me, but propriety of my effects of ii fall from n horse. She was Seeing tho dastardly work ho had com- understand So Mr. Young has suffered ine mitted he seized n and cut his fctl years old and of wonderful mental justice in silence. throat, dying in n few mlnutcfi. und physical activity. Unit) sunn storm. Cyclone's Havoc Among the Creeks. King Dehanzln Selm Europeans. London, Apill Hi. A hcaiy snow(lUTiilUK, O. T., April 10. A report P.sms, April 18. Lu Fruuce siivh that storm raged Monday in North Wales King Heluiiizln, of Dahomey, has seized from tho western pnit of tho Creek na and Cheshire. Dispatches from Paris nt Whydali, the port of Dahomey, tion states that o cyclone passed through and places lu the noithof France state twenty Kuropcans, including several that section of tho country a night or that hull und sleet lire fulling and the nuns, nud that hu has taken them to two ago destroying over u dozen houses weather is bitterly cold. It Is feaied Abomcy, his capital, where ho will hold una muny barns, killing three people that much damage will lo dotiu to the them in tho ceut of an attack by tho and u largo number of horses und cat- early crops tle. Freru'.h. , MaijiMiAtnoteiriTirJ4aKj Ukm)tte mai-ring- slave-huntin- g Sal-vntl- lir-.S.-i new-we- ri school-teache- call-slip- case-knif- Ciiaiiu:sto.v, W. Vn., April IS. MIsj Lizzie Copcn fell from the Kanawha nnd Michigan railway transfer Sunday afternoon und wus drowned. The body was recovircd half nn hourafterdrown-I"s- . Why tha Cabinet Quit. A Young Woman Drowned. dents. Washington, April 19. Justice Lamar, w ho has been seriously ill, is now convalescent and ablo to walk uliuut tho house. Ho has not been out doors slneo his Illness, and will not go out until tho weather liecomes settled. Mother and Children Drowned. Tenn., April 10. While trying to cross Clinch river In a canoe, whilo n swift current was running, tho boat was upset and ullrs. Iluril und her two small children weru drowned. Tho young mail wlio was rowing across saved himself by swlinmlng Ashore. MoiimsTotVN, Justice Lamar Convaleicent. t fjinoi.isii parlor mold wear a distinct yUtcry, This consists usually of n plnln (Jlong ifuck or dark woolen skirt, n loose, open jacket of tho snmo material, and either a whlto vest with gilt or ornamented buttons or n vest in ado of livery stripes. With this nro worn cap nd apron. John 1). Wooi.ky, one of tho Hen ten- ; anMnf uinitrcll, tho rebel general, hns Just been sentenced at St, Joseph, Mo,, to Mute prison for tho ninth time, for horse-btealln- Lokiion, April IS. Tho Standard says that tho crisis In tho Italian cabinet thnt resulted in tlio resignation of the entire ministry wns duo to the demand of tho minister of flnnnco that tho army be reduced from twclvu to ten corps. Arretted for Murder, Am.kntow.V, Ph., April 18. John P. McCarthy was nrrestcd at midnight nt Slntlngton for murdering James Hay-deatCntus.iqun. Ho Is n lolling mill man and n prize tighter from Phillips-burg-, N. J. Wlllliim L'lllot, of Feru-dale- , was arrested as uu accomplice n tho bustoess, und ho has kept It up, und has not been ut liberty ix mouths nil toldfclnci the niir. Qunnticll taught him Co. Fiscal Court Bill Signed. FiUNKrOiiT, Ky., April 10. Oor, Hrowu s'gned the fiscal court bill authorizing counties to lexy ad valorem tax, etc. A numberof tbjse courts met Monday. Nicholas Wertheim, a Herman subject, consul of the United States to Moseow. The president seems to be hcnrtily In favor of the practice of appointing citizens of other countries to represent this government at diplomatic posts. Should he be reelected he may adopt it as a regular custom during bis second term. He commenced his present admlnistfa-tlo- n by appointing Patrick Egan, a fugitive subject of Queen Victoria, to the important position of minister plenipotentiary of the United States to Chili. There is something to lie said, from a political point of view, in favor of tlie plan of selecting foreigners to represent the United States as ministers and consuts abroad. It would never do, of tho southern quastion, sometimes it was course, to give these places to demothe currency question, and on ono occa- crats, and by bestowing them upon revotes which may it was both. Mr. publicans a good manythe next election sion at least-U- Tfl at Tildsn was the first democratic candi- be badly needed president might lost. Tho 6ave date who succeeded in largely reducing will be otherwise the importance and influence of the a s,tate its citizens doubtful by recalling who arc on duty in No one really all of southern oucition. naming as their his loyalty or feared that any foreign countries and doubted govern"fruits of tho war" would be successors subjects of other of tho ments or unnaturalized residents of tho him, or that the national diglost under nity or stability would be compromised United States. Chicago Herald. by him or with his assent. Hut thero PARAGRAPHIC POINTERS. suspicion as to the was a Mr. Harrison's republican league financial soundness nf the party nnd his cupacity t control his party on ques-tlou- s of office holders Is steadily sawing wood Involving tho currency. He stood for tho renomluatlon pile. St. Louis on a platform that demanded the repeal Republic President Ilarrison is not likely of the resumption act of 1875. It is, perhaps, sot too much to say that without to say anything against the Rhode this sourco of weakness Mr. Tllden Island gerrymander. How would Mr. might have been indisputably elected. Harrison's parti' get a senator without Courier-Journa- l. IIowturftAhat muy be, it Is clear that it? -- Louisville If the democratic cheap clothing in 1870 the tariff was not a controlling Issue, it nas more nearly "so in 18so, bill becomes a law It will save the peo but even then it was tlie southern ques ple at least four hundred million dollarsg tion, artfully revived, that decided the ti year and give them much bettercloth-Infor their money than the McKinley vote of the northwest and kept that section from the path it would otherwise urticle- .- St. Louis Hepubllc. have taken. In 1884 the tariff was obThe cut In the wages of workers scured by the personal element brought lu the highly protected Iron mills conInto the canvass by the nomination of tinues, Isuth cost and wckt. The Mr lllalne, In 1889 the issuo was more aro finding out why a lepublle-a- n plain, and the popular vote wns in favor congress rejected the proposition to of reform, but its fruit was lost through condition tlie Incrense in duty upon an the treachery of Hill. In lb90 there equivalent increase in wages. That was no doubt as. to the Issue or the re- wasn't their game. N. Y. World. sult. The harvest was at lust ripe, and The republicans are growing It was gathered so far as It could be. It weary as it liecomes more and more aponly lemains to complete tho task this parent that tariff reform will lie the year and to sturt the country fairly ou leading Issuo of tho presidential cama career of stciidlly-grolog prosperity, paign. They have created war clouds in comparison with whlcheven the won- and turned on their Jingo thunder to diderful past will seem tame. N, Y. vert the attention of tho masses, but Times. Detroit they must face tho music. An t'likuiitrii l'liiuter Tumid. Free Press. Madison, Ind., April 19. Au unTHE WEALTHY FEW. known floater was found at llrooks-burg- , Tlio free wool bill has passed tho eight miles above here, Monday Cold Facta That lUpubllcana Would Do house hy an emphatic vote of IW to MO. morning. It is supposed to bo u victim This Is the first gun In a campaign Wll to Kxplaln, of tlio (lolden Utile, which burned nt tcitain conditions have been develop planned to attack the McKinley tariff Cincinnati recently. Ing In this country since the repub- law In detail. The result warrants lican party came Into power which nre faith In the success of other raids upon Killed on Ml Klr.tFrlp. Interesting more and more deeply the fullv ns iniquitous measures, such as Massim.on, O., April 10. Andrew the binding twine, tin plate and lumber SehalKiw, who was making his first yvent mass of the people. If these conditions arc the result of taxes. St. Paul Olobo. trip as ii freight brakemun, on the The Oregon republicans have met Cleveland, Loniln and Wheeling rouil, republican financial legislation It is fell K'tween thu cars In this city Sim-da- time that tho people bliuuld know It, In convention, appluuded the McKinley and inoi nlng, und was killed, lie wus If they pro tho result of republican law, denounced the free wool bill for n siuglu man, aged twenty-five- , and tariff legislation all tho forces of pro- instructed their delegates to vote sectest should bo concentrated upon that. Harrison first, w ith McKinley for lived at Williston, O. If tliev arc the result of both comblped, ond choice. The day of tho convention lifllriTliy Lightning. word wus received In Chicago from the Kansas Cirr, April 10. Lightning then the whule general policy of the world's fair commissioners for that puit.v 1(9 legltluiuto subject of house at No. Il'.Hl Prospect instruck the state that Oregon Is too poor to be repcline und killed Ocorgo Ackeriuun, the The condition aro theso, and they resented utllclally at 'he world's fulr. Several other houses were owner. In Indorsing McKiu'iiyUm the Oregon have never struck, but no other fatalities ate re- republican been disputed: When the rcpublicins lick tho huud Unit robbed party cumo Into power the ported. poduclnv clMset in this natiou owucd, theui. Chicago Time. deep-seate- d wage-earners xsl-thin- ." y m trnnctcl AsM the canvass of this renr tariff To rrmov lhi Introduced. SVflll feci, ma 4t, ImMirlnn.. II..I tharaeofdesrrllci! from thn military record o InMie elections of 1890, and that Jnmrs McManns, who enlisted under the name of Jnmcs McIIcw, late of Company It, Tenth Ulonrs to it. It la tnia thnt lha sums Connection! V I., and to rcmovo t IsSW Ills not lioetn nnmnlitMie nr charge fn.tn tho record of John M Orsy, late of tly banished. It cannot ba I., nnd one Company K, Ktirhty-slxlO. the law of 1690, with its great Company D, FUty-sccon.Al'red O. V. 1 for im relief of W. II. Harrison, d Its conflicting provisions, who whilo engaged and acting s second. bton repealed. It is also rlass pilot In tho t' S. naval service, IbU that the desperate fac- during ihavar, tiydbtait by Admlrlt Farragut Iim failed to fasten freo coin- pilot from to act, and who did act, as flr.l-clae party by the action of the February, IMS, to August, lMft, performing ar- duous, dangerous and important scrrlce, for ibn house mat show sufli- which he received tho tbauk a.d commendaId or sufllcicnt ugliness at tion of Admiral Farragut, but no eompfnuitloa-Th-e force Into the platform some bill pays him for such services, correetln the military record of JohnC. 1 .rtlow, latn of expression thai may causa Company O, 133d Illlnol V. I., by removing eat and confusion. Hut the charge of desertion from hla record, and lo do tre now that tho Interest in the awe thing for Mlronll. JIeMullen,ltaf question will steadily wane. Company O, Seventh Indiana V, 1., and of Cst.L pany C, Fifty-seconIndiana V. L, and ol tym Yhcn' the two parties shall pany (1, 119th I. V.I. lu their respective conven-o- f Wasiiikoton, April 11 senate. them will lie so wholly pasted: Houso bill to etlabll.. lineal vkcllT.wrotig In rogard to turn c( IW .nvUBr. vans! Some it will have, amlnatfon and promotion of esliaird men of tbo army to tho grade of second lieutenant It and there Will he a certain numberof Dxcs the following rates of pay after July I, voters who'wlll feel, and not unjustly, ItIi Sergeant major, 130; regimental quarter-t, that on tie whole thn republican party master sergeant, IS); first sergeant, 131s Ki; corporal, lis, and all aro to receive is likely to be safer than the dcmoeratlo d the Increase of pay for length of service as bylaw. To provide for fixing s uniform itandard of classification and grading ol wheat, corn, oats, bary and rye. Hot'sz mils Introduced; To correct the military record of Geo, W Trecman. lata of Company D, Etgtity-alxtIndiana V I., by removing the chargo of desertion, and to do the eame thing for Kdward Rushton; (by request), to pension MarU Wnugh and pay her V2 per month. The houso apent most of tho day In tlie committee of thei whole on the naval appropriation bill, with Mr. Shlvely, of Indiana, In the chair. Tbo paragraph appropriating IJ.5m),000 for a new armored crniscr was under consideration. Washington, April 14. Senate. No business of Importance was transacted In the senMr. James R. Young, executive ate clerk of the United States senate, was officially notified by Hon Anson C McCcok. tecrttsry, that Ms position nao. Keen acciarcd vacant by the senate. The note informing Mr. Young is very curt In tono and glrea no reason for the scnato'a action. Hoesr Nothing of importance waa transacted busiWashington, April li Senate-N- o ness of Importance, Hoi'SE The house committee nn public completely negatived the supbuildings position that. In pursuance of an economical policy, tho construction of new publlo buildings was to bC'Very much restricted, for It presented bills, aufaorablo reports upon twenty-threthorizing the construction of new buildings, as well as upon two bills allowing Increases of the original appropriations. Dills Introduced! Granting an honorable discharge to Vim. C, Murphcy, of Drackcn county, Ky., of Company E, Sixteenth Kentucky V.I, and granting an Increase of pension to Itetwccu A. Gallup, widow ef George A Gallup, late of Company D, Fourteenth Kentucky V. I , to tnlrty dollars per month. Washington, April 18. Sinati. No business of importance transacted. House After routine business, the house Saturday went Into committee of the whole, Mr. Shlvely, of Indiana, la tho chair, on tho naval appropriation bill. Mr. Pendleton, of West Virginia, opposed the motion made by party lu its uction on the currency. Iiut Mr Ilolman, to strike from the bill the clause the issut will not be very definite and for the construction of one armored cruiser, and will not be at all dominant. also Mr. Dontclle's amendment for the conIt is will for tho country that the struction of two battlo ships and torpedo boat. Mr Ilolman spoke tn support of his motion. tariff wU be again brought forward Mr. Fellows (N Y ) favored the building of a ntld that K will be the controlling Issue. navy. Mr. Watson (Qa) saw no necessity for It is now nearly a hnlf century since, d an Increase of the navy. Mr. Ilaker (Kan.) tho Increasing of tho nary, contending with the exception of the elections of that tho greatest bulwark of American Inde- 1688 and 1S90, the commercial policy of pendence waa In Ihe happy homes of the people. the nation can be said to have been I' ndlng further discussion the committee rose, passed upon fairly by a popular vote. and tho houso adjourned. McKinlnylim Is but the ripened product Washington, April 18.Sbnate. The senprotective system growing out of ate, held a secret session on the modus vlrendl of the tho war. Hut that system as a protecfor tho protection of the Ilihrlng sea seal fish-leIt was Anally referred to the committee tive one dates from the repeal of the inon foreign relations. The resolution heretofore ternal revenue taxes between 18C0 and oJcred by Mr I'efler requesting the secretary lSTJ. It was not originally protective of state to obtain Information concerning the in any extreme sense, and the excess of use of electricity ass power In the propulsion of farm machinery and Implements, and on the duties on imports ovor tho compensatpropagation and growth of plants. Is foreign ing internal revenue taxes would now countries, was agreed to by the senau. bo regarded as free trade, and pietty House Dills Introduced: Uy Mr. Gantz free trade at that. Tho Mills bill Correcting the military record and granting nn rank honorable dlschargo to Harmon Trupp, William was very far from a return to the taxation. Wardlc, Louts Wells and Charles Olllcsple. nil Morrill bill less internal late members of Company Q, Nlnety-slxO- , V. I Shortly after the ivar, as soon as the Hy Mr. McCreary, of Kentucky For the relief real effect of the repeal of the Internal of the board of commissioners of the sinking be obvious, the movetana ror ine county court or Madison county, tuxes began to Ky. Dy Mr. Stone, of Kentucky For relief of ment for tariff reform began, aud It has David 11. Hlldcbrand, of Shelby county, Tenn , been advancing steadily ever since. as found duo by the court of claims under tlio Dut until 1658 the people never had nn act of March 3, IsK), pa) ing him (663. opportunity to vote directly on it. It waa alw sjs presented to them compliIN SILENCE. SUFFERS cated with and obscured by some other great popular Interest. At Sensational Story About Senate Clerk question ol most the vote for tnriff reform was tenYoung's Ilt.mtssal. tative and but partially effectual. New York, April 19. A special to the Sometime the interference was from I'lrnt Hei.lon. April 11 HEXATrNotlllpjt y'' hmnrir VjQ disappearance of the silver This- - Ik, tnrouttfiuufe.ri lk. pjopie mean 10 Know oriween now ono next November. That a system of sweeping taxation, which hns thrived for nearly thirty years, is largely responsible, a great majority of the peo-- 4. wntiifl iK. Ahl -, st taWt HER PET. PlTK. plo have already expressed their conviction at the polls. And what financial legislation has had to do with it the people aro going to ask, too. This Is going to be a campaign of education in many ways. When the battle of reason liecomes general all along the lino after tho summer conventions no fact of mouont can bo suppressed. The verdict rests ultimately with the people, and they will de mand to know the truth, the wholo truth and nothing but the truth. Ilos-to- n Globe. THE PRESIDENT'S PLAN. Appointing Ftirrlgnera to Heprr.rnt tha I' nlled Htates Abroad. ; President Harrison has appointed t "S. 'Der-A- llsrlPJtlisalnalxslllaM I l- ! '1? II '" ' ;,ysy " 'a ' ! " .'"gVV I ' ,. ,t '? Ill 'J""11 1 "V'ri T SUXl'HBRHmilHBIHiBHHISaTDbi 1 III I - ' jM'.Vi ITRimm IM HI H lllll. lllll lllijll IIUIIM' IPMIli llwi-- tt HIIBM II Mill laxxxxxM ill UlliBi W1" Hi Mill - . H I 1 itwct. j .MM P " ' - t :r - ' lllil 111 i' Wf III "'' PI, II Will Ml -- .., t Mt j$ .4 LNiim.,.airiv S er wmf GREAT flj& I -- WAR. CRASH rrn. iw i"fni w np ijiui ii miM i iiw ' H flUM m W Hi x 1IIIMI M i..j L ma M KINDS WAR. OF HOOIS, will soil all Goods in my house at Lower Prices than any advertised prices you will find in this or any other paper. Come and price my goods ami you will he We have knocked the bottom out in convinced. Wcrhuvo a full and complete stock of New Goods in Carpets, Oil Cloths and Rugs. 5 DRESS aOODS, :: XVjLJSEai11 FABRICS, JlEMBROH3ESR.IB8, ; .. xuc u. rJKl J. um. 1BL. IL.A.OJE.JS, dbo.oS- - JE. "W JM JIQ JL- J IW X .jSfe J i 111 f& III 3 THE HICKMAN COURIER. HICKMAN, KY., ymnAY, ll THE PEOPLE FOR CLEVELAND. ' AlMllli 122, 1S0I. But Practical Politics Savs No. The Unit t sv. - && r jar 30 II nenrly solid instructions aro bcinc inndo ialall t lie ' piimarlcn, JJoitb, Ye are authorized to announce Jons K. Democratic Hcxmick, of Livingston county, South, limit nnd West, ezeent In - ,' candidate for Congress, utiject tot lie jlho SUiO of itOW.tt, show he e,.or,t V. l)ioctUop.ty. m n;..j;rfi(,rtd; yond tho possibility om tloiTllt re m yw i Piilriet Ktnutky. tliut tlio Democratic voters of tho "in JWe Mprewnlyoa In the1 conlltry'; by n mllienso tnnjoritv, Congrci, and arnnly ire your ote for tiia r' 0rterr prefer Grovcr Clevelami to nnj Ujow wotj. rur yi,..r kinilnef, otticr llvlnp man. Vy nlt promise, if ltlei, to nt practically eoliti out-ur Jut, fl dilir;e conitntic.I to prove how niuli 'girtnga tlie tho reeocnlzfil party iu ;mir of Voiir luHrtsu tlfinnnl tint I remain,', for thf prWni,t my p,t 0( ,lutr; ron-- Scailcrs, tlio I'rositlciit.makerB, nro fciuntly irili iir (leprinlof ttoppi-- i npninst .Mr. Clevcianit ami two- tI,ir'lfl of opposition In tlie the Dii.rlN. , I woiilJ like to ,io. Mr cniliiUry i" nulijtet lo tbe action of party to i til is the remit of tlio P"'y 'vlcra and engineering of these W. J. STONE. f mici8,,B- - Tbo Ctt,U8, McCrac.en com,. JAMK3CA.MPBELI.of ly, ii a ondiiWte for Congreia in the' me tllsnnecilOtl 01 tncfe iruuerv Fint CoittrFrtlonal District of Ken- is tha Mr. Cleveland la not a prnc-tin-il tuckr, aulijacl to Ibe aetlcn of the Dempolitician, tliat is to say that ocratic party. Election, Nov. 1892. w. whilst receiving mi flection himW are ulhnrizei to announce HON V. KOQEUTaoN, of Jlaydelil, Oravif self as a Democrat and beennse ciindliUtt for Congre'aman ouiity, a he is a Democrat, lit? does not from till, llie Firal Conf reiona.l EWetion in Novemhtr, 189i Hit tho same rule in his seleccandlilacy la subjtel la the artUn of Ibe tions for offieo when tip has the Democratic parly of tbe Dliiriet. power of appointtnenta FOR CIRlt'lT JUttCJK. Thero is no doubt hut that this h tho chief cnueo of opposition in We are inlborltnl lo announce SAMUEL II. CK03SLAND. of Gravel county, aa party in Nevr York. a camllilate for Circuit Court JuJgt in The Courier is too strictly a par Ihii, tba Firat Judicial Ui.trlrt. ty paper' not to admit tbat there is much truth and weight tu this far oiiimnnwrnllh' AUoiiirjr. We believe It caused his W't are nuthorlietl lo unnonnre Mr. M. T. charge. SIIKLIIOL'KNE. of Carllile county, aa a defeat to tlio Inst election. Tlie euil!Jate for Coiumoneallh Attorney political party that depends solely In tbo Fiist Judicial District. W upon tlio roluutary patriotic ef We are aii'horiieil to announce JOE of Hickman county, ai a forts of public speakers, writers camli'Uie for Comraonwrallir Atlor-ne- r In ibU, tle 1'irit. Judicial Dialrict. nnd workers, is sure to meet de feat excent in excentiotiable cam palpus. Such a campilgn is the FOll ideal, but practical politics admits We are nutlinriied lo onnontiee I. D JOHNSON aa n candidate for Jlirrili" ol that human nature most be con Full on county, n t the eoiuing election suited, and that those, who bear YT ara antliorlted In annnunei W. A the burden and heat of the day aa for Sheriff of candidate MiUCK Fulton county at tlie en.ulnt election, HII0UIU 00 recogllizeil as laitllllll ubjeet lo the aollou of Ibe lemecratic'8jewnrds and servants. Tl"JTn r.ro.l..nl ..AltlU. I. n.l . Far Clrcrill 'onrt Clerk. far, but carried to an extreme is We are aolhorUeJ lo announce Mr. J. r not only wrong in morals, but iu ROYSTER aa a candidate for Circuit the entl ruinous nud demoralizing Court Clerk of Fulton County, at tbe both to the party and conutry. Iu ennulof eleallon. truth, it was this latter phase that Mr. Cleveland iu his great integIf citdrlck for Ceiigri-Mft- . rity of character refuied to lend The lion. John K. Heudrick, his appointing power to. of Livingston county, Is, by auIt id lamentably true, with nil thority, announced as a candidate for congress. lie is a innn of tine political parties, that tlio personal ability and of great personal pop henchmen of successful cantli- ularity. Wherever he has n sup - dates are the ones who get the ,)iorter throughout the District he appointments to ofllco, rather than is sure to be earnest nnd enthusi astic becauso he is following tho the honest, capablo and faithful. heart as well ni the brains, nud They call it patronage," and the thero will be democrat and dem- appointing power makes his reocrats, per cliancp, voting for an- commendations or appointments other nirong no tunny worthy, with an eyo singlo to his own fuwho will sincerely regret tho circumstances that divide their al- ture, nnd tlio help that has been legiance. As State Senator, lien nud will bo given by tlie applidrick won tho admiration of the cants. The fact that this system, whole state, not only because of called tlie "spoils system," has so ability bat for practical usefulness ns a legislator. Nut least In bis inoculated itself iuto tho politics this country, causes much record was his determined resoln-10-iujhe senate to nnenrtli tlio 'ruption, and puts patriotism and Tiito defalcation, and lie wns tho honest party service at a discount. democrat who did it in tho face of Iu many cases the man who is unbounded confidence of his own party which couldn't realize Tate's most successful in getting politidishonesty. In Hip Federal Con- cal appointments is tho personal gress he would be alike the foo to henchman of the man in power. corruption. It is this kind of political patron-agthat (Jrover Cleveland wantMonday, nominatGov. IlnowN, ed Messrs. Young E. Allison and ed to break up. V. II. Duluuey, of Jefferson county; Dr. J. D. Clarity, of Christian The People's! (Iiiirch. county; J, D. Ittnok of Knox, uml John V. Yerkes, of DoyJe. to be The orthodox church people of World's Fair Commissioners, and Kansas are mined up somewhat Messrs. Urey Woodson, of Da- at the organization of what is callviess; 0. 0. McOhord, of Wash ington; and Charles 1). I'oyntz, of ed "The People's Church," which Mason, to be Jtullroau (JomiulB is understood by some as a corolsioners. lary of tbe People's Tarty, or The now poll and ad valorem Third Party ub it is better known. tax, which has been adopted and Tho Kev. W. G. Todd is the reputsigned by tho Governor, authori ed founder, and missionaries nro zes the county courts to levy a being sent out all over the counpoll tax not to exceed ono dollar tuty cents on each male per try to propogate Its doctrines and and sou 21 yearn or more, and tlio nd purposes. It makes special anil valorem tax not to exceed tifty distinctive pleas to the common cents on the $100 worth of taxable masses, and assures nit that of properly in the iiountr, for county necessity it id not to in anyway purposos. 1 no act Is not to be so construed ns to pay off any rail absolvo or interfero with present road bonds or indebtedness. The church afliliatlouN, unless the indilaw is now in pfTecl, having been vidual feels that such uftlliationu bigned hy tlie Goveuor. nro oppressive to him or her. Dr. Todd has hereforo boon a UnitaA niLLboforo tho present Leg- rian piencher, but tho now islature proposos to have all per- declarations are broadnu.l church liberal, sons found guilty of crimes iu this mnking the lovo and fraternity of State, where death is the puunlly, man its chief and eHaciuially only to have them curried to Frankfort doctrine. The political and executed .inside the peniten- charging that it is leadors uro n political tiary, with no ono to witness ex cept the o fllcer a of tho law. If church, bnt Its adherents deny tbe charge. there is something about hunting a criminal so bad that tho State It nek irn'. Anuria Salve. needs all this secrecy, nud is Tux l!t:sTi.vg In tl. world for Cilia, ashamed of, why not abolish it al- Bruises, Sores. Ulcers. K.lt Hhciim. Fever together. The inauklsli sentiment lioie, Tetter, Cliappel Hands, Clillhlnins, and that there is riomethiug demoral- Corns, cure all Skin Eruptions, and posl. Piles, or no pay.rsiulred. It izing about public oxecutiouri Is lively U guaranteed lo give perfect satisfaction, healthy public or mtiney refunded. Pfir '.' lioutrary to tlmt ocnts iht rit'iilliiiPiit that Inuiots such box. For sale by C. CO'fiHSM. 1 j (If-- rnilc-itor- ri , 1 1 fr. , I I 1 1 '''feun'; I B"' - I)ia-iric- ex-ten- l. d lii8-ow- n HENNI-TIT- . - " cor-tio- n e pun-ishiuuii- t, A. IMouiube Oriig-rit- t. for Mis manufacture ami generation of electiiclty, or ether fluid or product, for the purpose of furnishing Hrbl, heal and noer to the (.'Hy of lllekmin and Ibe inhabitant thereof, for the term nf twenty jurs from and after Ihe taking rilto' or Hut or linance. And Ihe snd Jehu H Triir-dslIs bla successors or hcrtby granted Ibe exelusive prtlge o- -i Tn. nnl tigbl to use Ihe tlrrets, atrnnis, grnnnds, nnd lanes, alleys and puh'la plarrs, of the clly ef Hickman, for the I urpitcof e reft Id j poles, sit lupin g wr-nud layins condul'a, In order lo font; and supply ilrotrij;liy, et uther tluld or The purest rakes and btnds J. W. Harper, Mmiaich, Mrllryrr. Pride ef VTocdford, . prixtuci, lo Hre'CliVsfUlUWi-is- n I'esuiije, Alias Jonc, Ouckeobiluier Rye, Lincoln t'oiintr, and the and the v l ' ij 0,.,r i..,,,r. Inhabitants of said tVf. '1. The said J, dm II Truesla'e bis Mr. Julm j during: tho continuance of Ihe fraieblse as follows; In ilia event of said city and thai the proposition, or bid, of So. R. Trueadale, or Uuquoln, III., belnn the I Jrnied by this ordinance, enceediic tbe Hie nld J. It Trueadale, Ida associates, snoclairt, iiceeor fr s,Icp .bsll furi .v,.u- -. on nish Ibe Clly of Hickman with ten (10) ...c ,wt-'".n. .v.t, nm,-wiQiioiiig; nnnuai reitini rairs, wniai wui successors or aniens, falllni lo acres of be colleclid in quarterly Inetallmeile In Ibe price, three dltlnteresled experts of arc lights for strset llcbling, in be local, PltlCliS I.i:.SOKAHI.K, ACCOltDIXG TO QUaVLlTY AND AOK ordlnancea, embracini ibe propo-lllc- n were presented Iu tbe adeaner; slid fbe said eranlee. bis sicces. Kood liitvllltcnce. not residents of ibe clly ed hy Ihe Clly Council, hstln. a power of Mr. Trueadale, Council, viz: son or elnll hate the riait at of Hickman, ahatl be ebosvn and sworn lo twelve hundred (I'iW) nominal candles; and the said Clly of Hickman htreb.r AN ORDINANCE provldlni; for Ihe erec I w"1 ,0 "'Prr eonanmera or water ana determine Ibe value; one lo bs appointed . by tlie city, one by the said J R. Trues, agrsss, obliralrs and binds Itself, for Ibe ' lion, conlruction and maiiilenaoce of1 " ' Tbeconneedon between Ih. dale, bis associates, sueceitora or assigns, full term of ibis (rnnehlse. lo par la ibe water works iu Hie Oily of Hickmsn. Inl Of THE CKI.UJIKATSU he loi.ni of Fnlion. and .SiiP,,f lC.n l ""llrl nJ Ihe consumer ahatl be male al and tbs oilier by Ibe two arbitrator. Tbe said John it. Trucsdals, his associates, lucky, and contracting with Julm 11. ihe exprnsenf the consumer. And Ibe three appraisers shall then proceed lo successors or assigns, lbs aurn of ninety each; said lights to one hi. ....t.,. ... ailnMAt, nr . lowest annual rate to ... consumer l any determine the value of said works Wlifn (90) dollars per annum ... ... v. .I.H L.li L. said appraisers, or a maturity of Ibern, by burn from dark until eleven llilrlv p, m, asslgin, for Ihe supplylnj of water fori v" " """" " .1. " See. 3 Thai In the stent of ihe lights ian agreement In writing, shall have com-- ! of fires, and the vs. I lUuka. on r.urrl. iril.Mln. the -.- .$10 ) nleted their award, Ihe oily shall par the failing lo hum, as provided hy this ordiriuua usesol water that may be required iljr ateriiet .rttli UrrtUllleoi "" same so ascertained, in cash, wllbln three nance, there shall be a rebate of Ihe rent, iu Ibe said city, and to regulate the luWtlp'rMljij'Mlii at mads lo the elty for surb period of lime llscls. r shop, nut hslr ami ba.ln fli.i months rrom the dale or such award, ami mc, Kiting saiucny au opuoo to pur any failure on tbe put of the city lo pay as Ihe lights shall rail lo burn, frills-mrn.u. v. rtrii S'Miiiuhsi cl.sir cbase said works. Itatb, with tbe clly l be mad inoalbly. ltl'iil brstlliK sll.chn..nl, Ihe sum so aicsrlained wllbln Ihe lime See. 1 He it Ordahti 4v Iht Cl"fy Cbnurif !',",",,,r- - 7'"' t.rstl- -t Bee . Hi si said John K. Truealale. aforeiaid shall be taken an I Jremed la be . ,,. Oy o r lliekmn, hy: Iiouaps, es.l, tllhrt.M. ... Thai John It t liuiri or l.ur in Iivu. mcIi laUlmt n waiter on Ihe part of the city of Its bis associates, successors or assigns shall l -. I'ntlle bstlit. rrr lak j;iuii lriirwale, nte anociale,. hetre, leyal richta to purchase al that time. Alt cast sol charge private consumers oo commer(.llj uHrrt, cliurrU.t a. puMiti kI,.mjU ... and asttgns, be and tliay are nisekiiiiltri of appralfeoenl aball be paid by Ihe clly. cial circuit, Hghllng from dark ualil tea 4 ill Aril Orv. tbt'it. undrr the conditions, obligations, cove KCtl KllJlliuHSl flr .......mhk.-- . ir.i Tbe city, In making such purchase shall (10) o'clock p. ra., mere than lea dollars MM.. naots and agreements hereinafter con- rtulMiti: iurr.-- r, krlrk r ll"i MJ assume and perform all unfinished con- per Dmnlli far eie lights, and for lacan. -. tmitained, but euh'eet to tbo rlchla of pur I'ltstrr. r prrli ... -- .......-, tracts an I ibo payment of all ouialandinc; ierent lights of sixteen oomlnal candle loiisrlt . chase aa hereinafter pro ti Jed for, hereby rtibllo UurJlo; huti... pfr rvvoi bends anJ iudellednrss, acd when aucl power more than ninety cents per month, man, . 'j purchase Is cff'Cte.l, this ordinance shall lighliiii (ram drk until eleven thirty p. ra, I authorized and guaranteed the exeluilvc i roti'ii-- x no ittiie privilege lo eilabllsli, conatrucl, maintain "?.;";,"""'"; ...H-- l Jtrnilne, and all rights asquired shall ."c .'i Ibat wiiiiin thirty ilays alter, lbs passage and apprntalnf this ordlnanre . ! ..'cease, aim uptriic waier woras mine ciiy hi iinv-- a with wb tr, nawever. ine athi eity ut iiten e h.u.1. r . Hickman, Ky., or adjacent to ssid city, lo rnntu lh anlcomract Ihr saulJohn It Trnetda'e. I "man des not pnrbas and I : J.'i,!:"'':::-!::.:":::assigns, shall supply said city ami its inbabiiants wiib i owner el said witer works an prnpsriy. his assaeiatea sncters-iraoltsl . wrcr for dmneaile and fire PUipsep, IUI II etll.l as herein provided, or al the end ft t weuiy t't with lbs 1'ily Clerk a wrtUrn accept-anrcftgmt.sjr, IsHi uf ! W. C. JOSJtOs, fasaUe. JOIIX IT. toniilLI, V. Pre.-ITHIS. nilUm, Piesl. I i lay down pipes and nalrr mains for I he f.",u tiU""l tvvt.i.......... ibe terms and conditions of this year, for which Ibis ordinance and rlgh n Sim a plant and fur i purpose of cnntcyli.g wat-- ,r through the ji ",7it.""r.Vit'.S. I l.sashB. - -- ord'nanets, and sLall build are granted, then all ihe nclitt, privilege alL. . tt4Ll .. " .. : ". ii ami agreements, at herein epeeiUed, shall tush llhl within six moullit thereafter. iiiiuii surts inu ....i..i gr guiitip- r sen ai.ccis Iwrs. of said oily, lo acquire ami hold as by law . UW1, Sec. 0. Tbe city shall have Ihe option L renewed and cxtsuded lo ibe sid John LlTffy, UMrdiHc ur sssts ttb.0 fr Uik, ! authorized any and all real estate, ease R. Trursdale, hi- sueceisors or aligns. and privilege, at lb expiration of Ave ... . rlitsJIiifT curtUj; MMHtiUc, ment and wa'er rlshla nerpwary ti thai Vo lflfaV .. . rer annilier period or twenty yesrs, ami years from the passsgenf Ibis ordinance, ..p .til !,rei.ewed every twcniy years thereafter end nnd purpose, to use wilMn ibe present Mt.i U'ltfti .. ... or al Ihe expiration nf every lite years . WaiL UiUr. and future limits of said city any and all ihereafier, on slving tnrlve months prior Sec. 13 As soon as lbs works are rem tor- - RIHs. tvlWptt -- . ..,.- m. I ! streets, alleys, ateouns, bridges as are ' iit- - sol .sa' luri-i- g r.i.Uw, ....isl " nleted It.as hsjteiu mntemi ilted. th sslil notice, to purchase said works, and all .. prissts. rHfrls-U-.: htwtt row or may he hrreafter laid out, while t'rtnst., Trues Ja!e, Ins sueotssnr or properly connected wllli said works, to John K " "snie li:iU cause the w)er lower lobe tgn as fullaws; In Ihr event thai laying anil repairing such wa'er works, Ss, sir4liif for tlurss, l.,i.ll ss.l ..,! for rrtUwrsitts And ij filled lo receive, store, purify, couducl and disI'abllo itrittsli, llh water, and water I be turned lb said city and tbe satd Julm R. True .,. Vs'slrriliiMtl. ltsl, tribute water through said city, to cr.et or assigns, eannot la's, hia tuot-Mo- n , Into Ihe mains, ai.d water lo be puninj self cI.mI,,, ,t,re, Usiihs, and maintain settling basins, filtering gt Ssiue, srl(.rlwlnr, rest su rants, aSH.. i 1 ibrouch His mains In lbs presence of ibe agree on the price, three disinterested ex.stii, pnlilk. self., hxlnit We nffer Ihe most Mborsl Accommodstlens I'lles, reservoirs, water towers, pump fsslne, .... I' s.i Mayor, City Council, or aueb committee perts of goed Intelligence, not residents Solicits j our biiniiiess. s.li in itsrlilu;. In si.tiihn 11 bouses, and all other necessary buildings, as tlie Uouncil e'rill apMi'i, which lest of lbs Oily of Hickman, sbsll be chosen to our CtiBtomets Couslsteut with Kstublishcd llnt-- l wash n.RI. Usisin. t'el ssi engines, machinery d other appllancss Shall lake place within live days after tbe and swern lo delermine tbe value, one lo csits, tiling esrfa rsrl r d), at llnnkliig Piliitlilrs. y and attachments tustrr rstet, completion o( said wotks. Al Ihe first he appointed by said ciiy, one by said J. or exprdient - ssnllu; vslrrLy bsrrrl, prbsrrl . rsrllfor the proper conducting and earrylngon of Ihe Clly ConncP, aflerw.lsr II, Trursdale, bis surrestsrs nr r signs, and meelin; of such works, lo cross any stream wllbln urtsa kstis. shall have ho turned on and lest shall Ibe other by Ihs two arbitrators, Th the nresnt . limit, nf ..t.l .11 :f.. i (.a ..ii. . tlhrn lb Jsll; fon.sni.llon I. lisi tolnogst hive been so performed, stbirb shall tr three appraisers shall then proceed lo de. luns. l.i ion r.ll.u. poise oi laying or etiendlng ihelr pipes, ; iouisl..irsiton.;i-When 0.DAI.TZ1.K. wllbln Irn d.ys iberenflcr, the Ciiy Conn, termine ilr value of Ih work hsi Kt.r..... U.T.TYI.KK, .1. W. POWKMs, It. II. conduits or aqueducts, as may be necessary ' ,a.,n,, pt Ksi s.u..n. .. oil shall, by resolution, accept ihe works, said sppraiter. or raslorily of them, shall ' " V. A SHUCK, J. W.'. COWGILU for Ihe prowrdlstritullon of water thro' v! 'i'.'0 .".V""'".," A. A. KAKIS, if Ibe test Is performed, and (he dale of havs completed awarf, the city shall pay "V MNjIf,,,. IH.IsSljt. Hulls, 1'SS oul .1.1 Clly of Hickman, so s to afturd Abt. l,sji,ilo, liar iis.i J.ik. ascertained In susn . r li the parssgs of shall resolution if accent-- I the sum so from dale of such caih wllbln Ihemost adequate supply for domestic use, ing the works, award he lb lira al whieb thirty days si,o astts. and the greatest proieelion azalnsl fire; 9prliikliagl.M.w.iUosl.ihsile.faer See. 7 Tbe said Jobn R, Trursdale, bis IhecUy shall commence to y Ihe hydrant I slil grime, his successor J.j.ui irt frunt ur lr.,. r. 4t rental herein speelfied. or ssilgns, to succesiors or astlgus, agree la furnish, rV....i . . t have the right lo maintain, conairu'l and ';rh .dl.ii-nsfree, one arc light In Clly Hall, for City Bee. 10. The clljr shall not pay, nor l luls, niessiirriuruts sn lula operate is water works as herein spiel- - Slrss'ts, sunu-- ..r,,, ,p,iB.i,r. (ll .jjaion to liable, for any hydrant rental or charge Council meetings, ami two aro lights In f,,.,,,, bed for the term cf twenty (20) yesrs .rni:isg frunt f.'i. during anytime thai ihe water work shall City Hall, nil ofienrr than iwn nights a iuli-s- l ngt ottreUnr.i-r.l.- y, from dais of Ibe pastas of Ibis ordl. ' by of oul of repair, or fram week on nn atersge, for citizens' meet, f,r ....I. . ...V rigbl shall Iw sooner (iw.lt ( l. IulU S Utuntll,7.- S fwt In.? : nance, -. lotti any other cause, fail (., f.irnMh water as logs and College tieieltes. lermiuated. as hereafter provided hr rur- Tliia - . ritsi romlred by lbs provisions of this ordi ...... itur.araD.ramn.nu aflcr lisordlnaucs lo lak effeol from and Tbrrc .alilavullis tucli Jt .. .. 4SI ....... .mi iaiiiini:i; Chsie. Anil i . ii.iib. ...i in- See. 2. The said granlee. Ida as.oolalrs.l On motion satd orJinanco passed lli " " any bydrsnt, whi'at eu! of condition fsr successors or assign, shall furulah a supMeiers are furnished al tlio expense ' use, lint may be eo out of repair a not In first readiiia-- . WINES ply of water in sulhclenl quantities, from the consumer, and the lamlmiim melrb in condition for use far umre than DRUGS, wells, atrenms, springs, Impounding res- - rale shall be ten dollar per annum. twenty four hours after id grantee, his .MI.DIOIN'KS, AXD ertoirs, or other available sources, lo meet fee. 0 The , Slid grtnlee, his nssoclstrs, succeesois r algns shall hate been na. RKOUI.AR MKF.TINO. iucccs'otaor-uaigmIbe neceesilicaof Ihe city anil its inhabi uurinj Ibt run eon Ufied in wriliugof it oonditian; and then STATION Kit Y, lants, as far as the plp herein mention-- ' niiuancs oi mis franchise ami contract, , shall be ilnluc'e I from Ibe next outcrrdirig IIickmax, Ky., April 19, IBM. eu ami tiieir exltnmoue tlien ordeted shall suppir water lo three public drink.) paymenl of hydrant rental thereafter eneh Council iiiel. Present Mayor rihaw, shall rieh, nnd ns the growth of the cil) ing troughs tor beasts, ntid troughs to Ihe nronortlon of Ilia lolat rental, or hvdrant Coitnciluirn Samlera, Melhcny, and later. FANCY GOODS . " .JiA i r i .bbbbl, FOB zW9t$WB may render needful; and for I lie purpose ptovlded wiib naif ne.lng valves lo pre.'rrnial, ns the caie misy be, f? i. v VAsfcsCfJ'ri KtTV IllMl.VQ Tbe minutes ef Ibe last rrgulnr Hireling Ihe ilni of " ' Ll cf constructing, maintaining, and opcrat- enl waste of water also lo one orua.jsurh failure mty bear to Ihe annual br- and of a called meeting of March 21, wire MKDIOAL ing sail water works, aai I John H rrur- -' menial fountain in the park, or public drant rents) contemplated by Ibis orj'i-dalIi PAINTS, real, approved and eigne-V bla successors, representtllves or square during the iimmer inonihs, ll nance and contract, The folio ing aocemits were presented USK. assigns, shall bavs the rigbl to lake upany fmiulnin lo be operated not lo exceed! OILS, Beo. 17. The clly, on request of said properly npprovrd, which, on molten, were pavement Or in aaid city or ibrre hours, and consume not more Iban ! grantee, his associates, successors or as. allowed, and checks orders I Issued for Ihe own, or aujaernt thereto, and mike sui-l- i five Ihoueind gallons, dallv-- . The said signs, shall adopt and keep In force oull- - .amounts; excavation therein n may It ueccitary drinking iroughs and fountain lo beersol-- . nance pioleeling me saiu grauiee, nit Metebam, work on cistern, 22 00 ' associates, to lav, repair nnd maintain nrjue ducts, ed at Ihe expense of Ihe clly. 'crasors or aatltns. In Ihe ea's M.1I Shaw, lor I', llannon, bill sewer m'lns and pipe below ihe surface of ibe bee. 10. la cocsidsralion of said grant-- ! and unmolested enjoyment of the 70 3.1 pife, 1th Inst., pro third tbat said John 11. Trug. j ee, his successors or assigns, furnishing I chits hereby granted, from wasleef water M. ll Shew for lawn mower, TTLt JS 10 75 dale, hji successors or assigns, shall suit- - water lo said city for tbe use ofooe fount- - by consumers, against the aillullon of Ihs Mayor Shaw appointed II. F. Ryan poably guard nnd prolect such excavations aln and three diinking troughs forbeasls,! source of water supply, and also to carry liceman for l.'.sl Hickmsn, anil F. - Ms. so asio prevent inriry to persona nnd ami me luriuer consiiiaraiiou ot me osn-inio enect las ptovlslons or this ordinance Ibeny Mliceron for Wrtt Hickman. The proper!, uy reason mercor, and provided, ems tual wm accrue lo tlie City 01 Ulcer-- 1 and the contract thereunder entered Into. appointees being present, Ibe oath of olbes establishing ' Sea 18. Tbe said grantee, his associates, was duly administered lo them by W. I.. further, Ibat audi excitations shall be re. mun and its Inhabitants from filled, and such pavement, street, alleys ' and operating a system of water works ' successors or assigns thall have power nnd McCuisben, Clerk Fulton Circuit Court Keeps a .plsudld Slock of Ih very Lest n'skst and aidrmlk be replaced in as irood con in said clly. the said city hereby cove- - authority lo make, adopt nnd enforce reg- On motion Ihe Mayor was directed to of all kinds ol ' di t Ion as before, and as as possible nanlt and agree lo exempt said grantee, illations not inconsislenl with law for appoint a esrumitlss of ibree In corret tbrreafter as the circumstance will per. his successors or assigns, from lb pay. their contsnlence and security, a well as pond with Msj J. IV Thomas, I resident HARDWARE, TINWARE, STOVES, &t, roil. And Ibe said grantee, his nesnrl.ils, mentof city taxes for Ihe period ol fire that of Ihs puMlo, in the operating of of lb Nash. Chat, k f ola railroad, ' aaid works, and shall have Ihs right at all with refeienee successors or assign, shall be liable fur years from date of thin contract. adtanlages and advis. lo w bleb arc offered at ONF. .'RICI., and that the all damages by failure to so guard person .Sec. Tbe clly shall base ihe right lo seasonable hour of Ihe day lo have access ability of changing Ihe present freight and property from Injiry, when oecasionel nse waler from ali publlo hydrants during of Ihs water pipe and meters of any depot near the river In Essl Hickman, lo very lowest lbs market juetllsi. by tbe negligence o said grauiee, hi Ihe full term and continuance of Ihla fran-- 1 water takers, to crnleet lbeinevesai:aliist a snilable point near the river In Wrsl arsooiaies, lucceiaors or astlgus, or their ' cblsn and contract, ror Ibe purpose or abuse or rrsnd, anil make repair, and may Hickmsn. The Mayor ippolnled Messrs. All golds guaranteed lo bs is represented I A". A. Farls nud A ag'nhs or employees. All the rights snd Hushing sewers and gutters, not lo exceed require all waler laker to sign a contract J. W. Cow W, liabilities provided for In Ibis ordinance three limes each week, for sanitary pur t lo all reasonable regulations as acondition I.lndssy ns laid committee. On motion, shall eoutinne and be In force for a period poses, upon giving notice lo sal I grantee, ' lo furnishing water, the Mayor Is mlJed in ihe committee. of twenty (20) years, unlets sooner ler- - bis assoolales, successors or assigns, at Sec 10. That wllbln thirty days after On motion of Councilman liter Ike ' mlnalrd aa herein provided. Ihelr pumping station, sal Hushing lojlb passags and publication of this ordl. waler works ordinance, which passed Its Sec. 3 The main contemplated lo bs bo douo hy Ihe said clly; hut there shall nance, the satd J. R, Truesla'e, bia d first reading al a called meeting of Ihe under Ihe provisions of Ibis ordl not be more than one hydrant open at on ciatea, successors or assigns shall file with Council on the 1 lilt day of April, , was nance sbalj not b less than fit miles in i lime, and not longer than Ira minutes al ihe Clly Clerk his written acreplnnce of put upon 2nd reading and passed. length, and locate I upon such streets as ' any one lime for such purpose, and there the terms and conditions of lliit ordinance. On motion th rules were suspended may he agreed upon hy said Jobn R. Truss- - (ball be no limbing at Ibe lime ol a are. and shall complete said work within six and sJJ ordinance passed ll ,1d reeding uals, htaaiiccnwort or assigns, and lb Clly The clly shall us Ilia waler as provided months thereatler, and tills ordlnano shall Said ordinance was put upon Its final pas Council. All nf said mains shall he of In all Ibe above cases in a rcaeonaMe be deemed lo be a roniraot between aaid sage, anil thr vole being polled was elza and capacity called for In plana nnd manner and wlibout unnecessary wnste, clly on one pari, nnd anld J R. Truesdale, Ayes Methsny, talsr, Sanders and specification on Gle with Ciiy Clerk and when nrce'siry, his associate, successors or assigns on Ibe Mayor Khaw. Sec 12. AsuHicient Nays Nons. shall lie tested lo ,100 pounds hydroslallu s'iiiII ho Isvied and collected annually up other put. Whereupon said ordlnauoo was declared pressure per square inch al place of man. on all taxable property upon tbs aasr.s. Hc. 20. The Mayor and Clerk or Ibe oily ndoplrd mem rolls of the City nf Hickman su, "i of llinkman are hereby authorized nnd ufadure. On motion ' f Councilman later Ihe Sec. 1. Tbe pump home ehnll beof ban by law lo such Its. li most tho payinen s distrusted upon tbe paid acceptance of ordinance, whtrh pameil it first architectural design, of nmplo size, nndor this ordinance, as tliey will re. this ordinance to execute diipllrnle copies reading nt n railed meeting ol the Council noand constructed of alone or brick, con spectfully mature during tho exislenreof with the sal of the clly of Hickman, and on Ibe lllh day of April, wa put vruleully arranged for tbo holding and ibis nnd nny other contract under tins shall deliver nne nf said ooples so sipned upon lis 2nd reading and patted. operating of Ibe necessary machinery. Iraticiilse or puiiilo nre service, and hi and scaled In behalf of the clly, and cause Ou motion the rules ware suspended and All ine mncmnery snail be Inereneed from ease Ihe clly shall bo authorized to levy ll la h properly acknowledged and said ordinance pasted lis ,1rd reading. lime lo lime as tbegrowth of the clly may special lax for such purposs, such In Ibe oluce of according li law, On motion, said ordinance wa put upon hall be annually levied, nnd Ibe procet Is Ihe Clerk of Ihe County Court of Kill I on Its Dual passage, and the vote being polled reuiler necessary. There shall be provid ed an iron or alcrl walrr Inwcr'not less Ibeieof shall be kept as a parals fun I, ootiuiy, Hlale of Kentucky. ws Ares Meiheny, Kanders, later Ihe fire service fund, ami Be?. HI llefore the placing of water and Mayor Shaw, Nays none. Whereiu be known lhau len (III) feet in diameter nor le Iban sixty (00) feet high In the clear. Ibe shall be Irrevocably nnd exclusively de. mains and piies on a street of said oily, upon Mill ordinandi was declared adopted, ground for location of stand pipe shall be voted lo Ibe payment of Vydrint rentals not hating nn established grals, Ibta grade Ou moiiou the Council adjourned. furnished hy Ibe city, and located on pub- under ibis ordinance, and shall not he of such street shall he established by tbe Attest, llo square in front of College. olheritiss unip'oyed, W. 1. MrCUTCHKN. C. 0. clly, and in Ibe event of said clly neglect-in- s 11 In Ibe event that Ibe said jrani. Sec. 5. Th said City of Hickman here feo to establish nid grade, and the water by agree lo rem, ant does rent, thirty ee, hi associates, successors or assigns, nmlns or pipes on that account having to mortgage bonds, secured by Iki relaid, tbe clly shall benr the aspen' five (.15) double noztle fire bydra-il- s from shall NOW TRY THIS. the said John It. Truesdale, his associates,! mortgage or deed of Iruit upon the tai of changing said p'pes. or successors or nss'gne, for Ibe full lerm of water works, llislr franchise, rentals, Sec 22. Each and every ordinance, It will cost you nothing and will surely this contract and ordinance, at an annual rights and liabilities, so much of Ibo by. portion of same, heretofore made by aaid du you good, If you bav a Cough, Cold, or renlalof l wn i bouaand (2000) dollars. pay. dronl rental payahln under tho lormsof city, In any way interfering or conflicting any trouble wills Throat, Chest or I.ungs. able ijiiarlerly, viz: January April 1st, this ordinance as will discharge ibe Inter. with ihe provisions of Idle ordinance Is Dr. King's Now Dlsoovery for ConsumpJuly Island October lsl of enrh and every est upon surh bond, nail will mature, hereby repealed and annulled tion, Coughs and Colds Is guaranteed to DEALEHS IsV year during the period uf this franoblss from lime lo lim. ahull be paid from Urn Sec. 2.1. This ordinance shall lake clfsct give relief, or money will be paid back, Sufferers from L:i Urlppe found It just tbe and contruct, me saw inirty nvn nyiinii'l, ' to tunc ny me ciiy, 10 me irusire or true from and after Its final passage for two inch hose, lobe looaled at such lees of uch bands, when, and as sneb hy. ()n molloti satd ordinance passed Its thing and under It use had a speedy and hy tho said city, first reading. points on Ih lino of mnln na Ihe Ciiy Irani rentals are payable na.f.l j.vuvi--i jr. A,jr . .....I.. I.....I. s.1 fines, ..An....... P... .nupio ipii.i Council may designnt wllbln thirty days and such sums shall bo pnld so long our etpeiiRo and learn for yourself Juat on "itoh bond shall remain doe of Ihl ordinance, interest afler Ihe acceptance how good a thing it I. Trial bottles free Sec, 11. Any money duo the said John It, anil unpaid, and Ihe Mayor Is hereby u. nrcTsiv tioiiT oimiNANcr. nt C. A. Itotcomb'i Prug Store. Large ills Truesdn'e, bla successors or astlgns, urls. Iborlrod and instructed lo sign accrnfi. Onlaiiutl it 'As City Council o tin fiQo. and I00. JU it ing oul of Ihe provisions of this orJinance oate on the baok ul said houds cenlfyii Kyi That In considerCity of llicknun, and contract, unpaid, shall benr six per lo Ihe provisions of fairs contract, an u ation of lb that will aocruo lo alHx Ihe seal of Ibe clly m such ceftlfioar; the Ciiy of Hickman nnd Its Inhabitants cent, ami mil inlt-rstuntil paid. 8ec. 7. The said city may at nny time but tho 'aid city shall uot bo required i ftnru tbe erection, maintenance and operprle. We W are offorln z all grades of .'lain. Medium and Fine furniture al greatly require Ih said grantees, Ibrlr nitoclules, any time to par lo the trustee or truitess ation nr an rlcctrio plant in said city, tarry a full line at all timet nf Chairs. Rookora, Tobtoa, Dureuu), WaMhrttartels, any uiuontil than tho ntuotmt 'lie Iherols hereby granlol lo John K. Trueasuccessors n, mslgns, during u proper MnttrosBoa, Springs, Cto . nud we gnaraatesj 3ar space to narno all artlelli, but no Wnrdrobos, Chnmbor Sola, trial anu bo convinced. of the year, lo make extensions of ibe loauid grunter, his ussoclUes, successors dale, hi assoolales, sueoessars or assign, prices to 1m, the lowest. Ulv us a made lo su. 1 lb trouble lo show goods. pips system of said wslcr work, with hy- or nsnigna, nnd all payment exclusive privilege and right lo esMrWe are heaitqaartert on Undortaker ft' Osoda nd nlsoontit aU eoapellllau l.Vbl Come and see, at Ibe corner ef Troy drants place. I ibrreon, by giving Wi days Irustee nr Irusirm shull bo made eiolu, tablish, maintain and nperalc and conduol Wo carry a large lino of Wooden and Metal.lullurm! Cases. ijU (Uid luQiJl, to suitable works, upplUucas a ul machinery Moscow Avenue, Cist Uickmru. Ky ln. and uolice iu wrilli.j tu t4id sraulve, hi. sue- tively lu ply iutcfeat sjariteatairtngaaajob Wurk atpjclalll. , . .. cmors or aha r'., of such extMisloo, pri- - f tin 'lir nme remains iltie An.1 unpM, vlil'il the mll granite, Ma omclilfK, sue liny ilirphia not to ptjrnUlt-- , nml lh crasorn or umIxim, flmtl not to rer)ti(rej ' n.olc nf'rr the lnterrt on rilil IxuhI rli 'II CALLED MEKTINO. M cm in re. in to exttnit their Dtpr on auv alreet lu aa J va beta raid T t MO . HICKMAN, Ky, April 11 llv Mltri lt.r 1. .11 nnl tia At li.t Ana asoeUle, ruceeimra or ai(!n, ahull Lv Al n called meellnt llila ily lielil by rcaidcnt con.tim'r for every one hundred riid oier by tlio ald clly to the talJ the City Council, there were prent, (tl;t 0( r,, t aM ilorrn: an ), provided, g nnlec, bli aasoclalei, uccor or Major Shaw, Coimcllmen laler, haudera, a),0i tla, ,lf ,,, Clljr tti ,.,e .n, rn, flj:ui ffearn, Mctbeny nnd P.iown. Seo. II. That tbe elty aball bate Ibe nt rnjt one hydrant for evtry four liuud- 1 lie Mayor slated ibe object of Ibe ui'el-- . r.d and fifty feet of said extension, and pllon and prlvllee at Ibe ei jirnl Ion of Lo lo aaccrtuin what bids If any, pay for each bydraul nu annual rental of liiE te 'te (5 yean from Ibe pinipo llila bad been filed for the eonatriiellnn of u .uty (CO) doll ara- - For all additional hy. rilinance, or at the eipiratlou of evrry '.yslem of water works nndeleclricluhu aranta. In excels of thirty fie. Ihe .iU yearn Ihereafier, ou tlvinjt twcit oo Ibe twenty years franebive ptnn,' as I clly screen to pay an annul renlalof alxtyil ie oontha prior notice to purcbasesald worka per adveilWcmenl. published In lbs St. I dollara eaeli, payable as above sicllied'lod all properly connected therewith and l.ouia Kerublir. NanUvllle Arurrlcan and' See. S. The i.l.l Lli mi(cnuerTniff...r at rTeila enerallen of Ihe mcirlaiiieil or 9slini, shall not cliar HickmKii Courier. It lo consumers, sane at a fair valuation, to be ascertained COUNCIL l'KOOtiliDISUS. ISO-.'- ( J ' ...... H. -- B V J. BARR V, X O H A N O IEj rji'Sr -- PTJ21E "WHISKIES, WIITES, H3SBS, Ao ' -- ""'' HERTHifECKt lkt.Nl-ACTt'U.l- BALTZER & 00., ........... ut .. tla .. "!, ts I irlil, . rr J j'a.'S. HICKMAN WAGON, M, lilh.. . JS e r 1 . s. -- lt th-I- .., -- H -- J 13 1CKMA1T BANK' KENTUCKY. HICKMAN, lTp I a- -,i ssli-uti- s . Paid Capital $40,000.00. ssi-m- i tts-i- it nece-sar- ksl .... -- .." DIRECTOR ..! BltEVSD ' l ..ii fi lu '"isi" ir .... I ji ji ..,...- .. " . DRITCISJIST .And Dealer TaawX'sV tML lsT4ySasaBsssjiLdaajBjBBBBB - J z$iBfc,MkS LIQUORS, tW7 . ayasra m. I e, ismiSSaiS !n PKIilSeillPTrOaN'S A SPECIALTY. 1 ' T3 T':CST'TV:, T5T 1 I "OLD KEIsIABUCI" . 1 1 I M$ gl, 1 ..tFtoofi.o.iSt; a, asso-lai- lb"-2- 1 ei I ti. All Ml JL". Sooiialty ! ht it persons indebted to tho late firm of MUSE &SHAVV, or the undersigned, by note or account, previous to tho year 1891, are respectfully tified to conic forward and settle, or the claims will be placed in the hands of an officer for collection. WA1IIII ! SHAW. FURNITU.RE. & le.. lu FURTJITUKE. STEPHENS TTEER, -- Furniture andUndcrtauker'sOoods, rled I i t W7 DIESTELBHLNIC, sm-to- n Family Groceries. NO i "" " ' ffrafsaSaaas)JaSL ;- Lit .IJgj&Mfa - h. - ji ... .I.- - s ii ii. mm'--km- l, TTriaTirl.sxs.ll m iiii m Rrr wink rk m;j . tAiiurb. lj '. mmmiimmuk!' unnynvi;mVnm atftwui .Msvua... i.i ' 'n.tii., jp1 - iii in m ngggggigiggmmmmmam Jr .lif; ., .. v " -- " wV.f - Jf" ttmimmM wpwwimh Those who arc investing in Dry Goods will not bo consulting their best interests if they pass us by when out for Bargains. few items out of many wc have to submit to them : tlnat llrnmli Oalicn. nil nIvIph Ilrown DotnrMlo Oond A IIOHUllful lino of 7o OIhiIIIom 1LK3T 0 ratios Drown OIiirIiiiiiih, worth Klo Oond henvy Shirt ihp, leKidiir Wo vnliio Splendid assortment 'JOo Coltoimdo, all at ynrd-wldo 1?ES, .ji0 ' '.'.'.' .'."".'.'.".' fi PRI d iwiihi1 rinnytHii.iijJJ'm "'.. jiiiiii .nmmni ii-- i 3VA& iu nnd TALL 18o 7o JJilo jiu.yi-jjj.-n um.LnrrrrgjfCT&TCTAJ.j.-.- . tf!trnrr - '5j' "'iuwtivtMw'm..0immtvrriM'amintmmimi . We invite their attention to the list following for a .' &'' Turkoy-Ile- 70 !!.!"'.'."'..'...'.. 8lo lfio I5RST qiinlily Tnblo Oil Olotli only Tnblo Linen, n un renin Illenehed DomcNtlcs, 'Knrtimrs' Oliolco" nnd "Hope" Pure Iiliicn TowcIh, worth 15 nnd 2flc, now Men's full stock. Ilucklo Plow BIioob, worth $1.00 Mcii'b full Htouk Cnlf Urobilin, worth 51.00 g, t!L'i 0u Large lino Ladle' GtmtnnvMnilp, lhillon, Dongoln Shore. 2 qtinlltlcR, repnlnr 81.75 r.nd ii.00 price e'J.OO nnd '2.50. now rcieetlvcly jl.IiO AIpo, a pood, hiindnomely ilnlMicd iJnngoln, worth $1.7ii, now only 70o tipped Laco Oxford Liidip' plain toed and fcl.UO Ladies' good, Rtrong nnd soft Culf Hntton Shoes I'nlont-Lciillie- r 80 ES- - Our Men's, Hoys and Children's Clothing will be found to be perlect-iittincorrect style and honest value, from the cheapest to the most costly and at prices that 5&!5J Defy Competition ! We do not advertise cheap trash or obsolete styles at catchy prices we but ask inspection, and expect our true values to win the fight for us, BALTZER f & A. for Indies! Pepperell 10-- 4 Shooting, BLIAOHED AITS BROWIT, 21c, Extra Heavy, All Linen n 25c, Sixo ;OUi:.THST 4-s2- 6 Inches. IJVIJi: OFI'BIIKD! UAUOAIN ALL-WOO- L ALBATROSS, 25c. Beautiful light woigh.t Spring Dross olIAUhb (ream, Light lllue, Goods. Light and Dark Gray, Light nnd Dark Tun, Cardinal and Illack. W15 rerehed this week another big lot of Dress Prints in tho choic est iinu latest btylo. Everything goes nt c, lucluiliiig in digoos mid nil tho best brands. WB also receieed this week nn elegant Hue of Kew Wash Dress Inbries, In Satin Clievronnrs, Veinettn Lluous, Hoyal lied ford Cords, Cnnton Cloth. &c. These goods must be seen i.ntireiy new tomes, licnumui uihhis io oe iippreeinteii. and Extremely Cheup. Money Savin; for Men: OUR OUU 37 "WTiito l-2- o unlaundi:i:i:d Linen Itosoms, itciiiforrecl, $3.70 ALL WOOL HLUK Doll Shirto, FLANNlJIi The Now Madrid Itecord Ray Fin; ill Fulton. 'that n Mr. E. L. Floyd, of Hlrk-- , On Monday morning, between iniin, Ky., was drownud near liar- lies' Hideo, In that county, while 11! and 1 o'clock, Pulton wns visitji KC9L 3im.4 lloatlng timber, Sunday, April 10. ed by a disastrous firo, destroying Ho was nn unmarried man, ngod six buildings, the value of which 21 yenr. , wero estimated at from $33,000 to tar 20 lbs Oranuliited Sugar for $10,000, Tho fire originated in tho $1.00 at V. S. Ei.uhon'h. Farmers' Tobacco Warehouse, nnd The unexpected Inrgo demnnd II.UOCHANAN, JJ.iC.r.ONDUItANT. It. T. AI.KXAMi:f:. . A. TII0r6O5, from our iidvcrtiHing fileudB this extended to tho Fields and White- r K.CA8K, Judge U. L. UANULK, J N. IBULK3, Jr. ' OU A1U5 VERY 11ESPECTFULLY INVITED TO CALL cok eutcliPH tho (Jouilor mi pre sell block, the whole block being pored to rurnWIi tho ninouni of In unties In Iobm (linn two hours. i oi)d ec nr After the lire tho discovery was rending iiinltor our suliRnrihorH ; It. L. II. OUCIIANAX, rrllenl J. J. C. nONDL'HANT, mado by n parly of men that the are Justly entitled to. After tin Zarg;o Cashier, J. N. l)KAUl,KII, Jr., Aeiltlaul Cafliler. week improvements will be mado. grocery store of II. D. Muriihcy& Co., a few blocks nwuy, lind beonj IIVCIC IIhoh Ih tho place to go broken Into. The lock on tho front tohiivoyoureyoH tested and fitted door had been picked, and evito Htieetiiolos of all kinds. 8:212 dently by nu experienced burglar. -"- Old Huck" in on the The persons milking Iho discnveiy Ho is Blaiightering tho ad ventured in. nnd ntrilingn light, crli.ed prlec of his competitors biiw n man crouching iu tho reHr (Sncccssor to POWELL & BKO.,) and i Moiling all kinds of good at of the storeroom, near tho safe. Wc have taken special caro iu tho selections, both in quality and style, nnd wo feel assured that the LOW PRICE marked on all liucs awful low prices, nnd ho rcIIa only As soon as they saw him they beUSJC MT 31 3C will certainly pluai-e- . Our Stock of nrsicliiHs goods, lie sure and gdii to ndvanco with tho view of price hifl goods before buying or rapturing him. lie, divining their Having bought tho Grocery Slock of Powell & Bro., will continue the you will legrot it. purpose, picked upn nhotcnii,nnd old stand, nnd announces to tho pubi:'2'2 business at that drawing It, defied them, nnd orderlic that lie is making large additions to tho stock, and will Tho Hickman Courier think keep any nnd everything In the tlmt If. T. Tyler, of Fulton county. ed them to stand back, which they who in n cniididnto for district del- - did. not being armed, until lie succomprises all grades from the cheapest to the finest. iu escaping nut nt the back rg.ito to tho Chicago convention, ceeded door Into tho darkness, leaving A beautiful lino i entitled to the honor and his hat in tho storo room. of Mioiilil ho elected. Tho Courier Marshal Jlrizencllno was imme- LACKS, EMHROIDKRIES, Line. Further announcement through the Courier will be mado a Is correct, nnd wp, for one, say SILK OLOVFS. SILK MITS. diately notified, but linn not sucnew goods arrive. let Mr. Tyler have tho place LADIES' and MISSES' HOSE. ceeded Iu capturing tho daring Mil) Held Monitor. LADIES' nnd MISSES' CORSETS, &o. . An examination W"li lbs Koislrd Coffeo for of the safe showed that the fellow Wc take great pride in recommending mn stock of V. B. Ulmsos'h, I.OO.nt had made fair progress in getting tho Cash Orocur. it open, although ho had not en 00 TO beforo ho wns -"- IJnrle" Millie Johnson, (as ho tirely succeeded discovered. There wns n cousid. wns generally known in this conn crablo amount of money deposited ty.) died in tho Cayco precinct, Also, our Oxford Tics. These goods arc Wednesday night. IIo was prob-ltl- iu the safe. Tho inference is that for Ladies and Misses. made in stylo and of tho very best stock, and prices very low. tho olilest resident of tho ho set fire to the Farmers' TobacTHE SQUARE DEAL GROCER, enmity, and n man highly esteem-nl- . co Warehouse for the purpose of FOR ONE OF THOSE He leaven a largo fiunlly, attracting the nttontion of the Wc liavo bcautilul Laco Curtains, Oil Shades, Silk Parasols and Umtt- i- f?5rkf??r Kara brellas, Jjinen Towels, Napkins and Table Linen, colored nnd ilPRCCtnlHiitff nnd relntives, who polico nnd nil who might lie up nt wiiitc. These goods cannot be excelled in any home market. are of the best people of tho couu that hour of the night to tho scene of the fire, Hint he might bo aldo In successfully act in Ids work nt OUK STOCK OF The spnee of the Courier this Murphy's storo. Tho man was unweek largely occupied with the known to thoso who saw him, but TheBcBt Thing Oat I ., water work nnd electric lluht wns evidently not n total stranger, Every Farmer Should Have Oriel contracts and ordinances. Citl- nnd quite familiar with things in tliis Spring, is much nicer than ever bought before, nnd wo will take lfn. ., fi,n terrlinrv interrsteil nnd about Murphy's store. A largo and pleasure in showing to all that call. rimutd filo a copy of sumo. Those Stock of ft our render in tho country iiihy Here's Your Chancel find it good rending to sen the life Wo will positively soil nt FIRST nnd progress ncttialing their neigh. COST our entire stock of Watch-oh- , ours nnd kinsmen hoicahnut. Clocks nnd Silverware until Tho "Fulton County lliblo So- May loth. Itomcuihcr the date, Tics, Handkerchiefs, ivc. Also, the latest style in Men's nnd Boys' HATS. ciety" will hold its next minimi ami take this opportunity beloro All will be SOLD LOW! meeting at the Methodist Church it is too late. Dcnlcr In lie.l KilftfluY nvntillw A tirll ' l n Ilrcic Duos. 7!30 nVlopIc. Kvervllenomlnation DRUGS, HEDICIHES, PAI1IT8 AND r (hristmiis is Interested in the The sniveling parties on tlio KOmj ,vork of ,),,. Oolot v and it Illinois Central extension to Mem- Hrussc'-Two-PlThree-PlTngnin and Oil Cloth, at low price. iK ,.vnori(.il tlmt ovnnItalian phis completed their work to in this community will meet with tho Forked Deor on this side nnd A POLL STOCK OP us then. Kcspcctfully. PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED. to the Ilatcliic liver coming from J. W. Cowoii.l. I'ros't. Memphis, when they wero stop-eby tho Hood. They'have, how. Oil nt 10 and L"o per t& cs u gallon at Allison's Cash Grocery. ovor, a satisfactory survey of the intervening country". Their camp always on hand. Also Q It is now uiven out that the equipage, &c, worn shipped to o t& Nashville, Chnltaiiooga St Louis Clinton to bo ready for locating HARDWARE, QUEENSWARE, o w 30 linilrond will extend their road suneyfroin tlmt point. The lata DOORS, SASH, P.LINDS. Into West Hickman nnd construct est from Chicago reports Presim PAINTS, OILS, &c, &c. a giniti elevator for tho handling dent Fish ns saying that "the buildof MiHulssptpl river corn next sea- ing of this extension Is not .vet 1 a son. Chief engineer .Morris was determined upon," and that "it hi Hickman looking over the will bo a long time yet beforo O and u committee appointed commencing tho work." 3j oo by the Council arc In correspond-euco with President Thomas SHA IPUBLjIO Summer "W- - cisrviTATiosi and Boscutiful Stools of nwm axd mmm national bak, jut ja: 'jua ,. CAPITAL STOCK $50,000. , DIBBCTOHS, . T. oosnxaiisaELS: AI.EX-ANDK- Soring and Goods. ram-png- A. McBaiilel C JKt well-know- - J. , DRESS GOODS n linusc-breukor- Jli&iiiiFF FARMERS? MBKb! gg Cases. I - CLOTHING, well-selected Greats Pucalsfeliig Goods, THE OLD RELIABLE - GRAB. A. HOLCOMBE, EYE-STUFF- 3, ( s y, y, - d FBiESSI (GROCERIES 5 2 situ-ntio- o o rein-tiv- thereto. Cuts in Carpets! J. AMBERQ'S SONS. and Summer Millinery. atfSa 7 a Wo would call tho Attention 'cm. Wnsh 'em and Wont Fade. of close cnsh buyers to tho adverAll Sizes. tisement of H. llUCHAKAX In this paper. Ho Is cutting prices right OUU OUK nnd loft, and he says that lie is tho "Low Prico Man" of Hicliinnn. Wo would udvlso our friends to tako advantage of his low prices BULL 006 JEANS PANTS, to buy what they want. Ho means llonght to sell nt just whnt ho says, and parties buy. $ir.oo. YOu Can't Hip Them. $11.00, $12.50, lug nt his house will be euro of getting goods at tho very lowest Lot more Just such HurgnliiFt, but rcmcuibcr Gnh Only Grit Tutm prices and of tho best (luullty. 91.00 910.60 MENS' SUITS. Tho Courier prints this week corrected list of tho Democratic Huvo your Dollur by buying vour goods nt a STIUCTLY CASH county Committee. Tho orrors HOUSE. Only ono auoh in Hlckmnn. That Is nod omissions in list lierotofoic published wero mistaken of the .Courier, nn-- l not of tho cliiiirmilti.1 ll.'..ll. iii'HNi' ntiliuo ('.or riimiii nim-- i r, ..I ; reckons. Cninmlttc: A. A. .1. Cuwgill, Joseph Luton, It. IF. ninford, It. Y. Me.Connol. W. A. Shuck, J. J. Jones, nnd Tho Copelnnd lecture Thurs- II. F. Hocklinm. fl lbs Green Coffeo lor $1.00, day night last was very well atft. tended and delightfully pleasing nt W. ti. Kllison's. April, wllh It. Ump Hii'l fift'inrnt .Imwrr., to his audience. II III iB (It w.jt In May ml rli.tr.. Mr. W. T. IJnmnge, n well rtjr Oo to Young & Ilro's for known citizen of Hickman, n son RiT Ilcst Patent Flour $.r.00 cr of Mr. H, 0. Hamngo died, at Ids 11:20 fresh Groceries. W. S. Klmson'm. barrel nt home In Hickman, The public will bo pnined to father's morning, Tho recent rains havo an Illness of learn of tho death of Mrs. U. Y. several weeks. after stopped funning operations. Ho wnn the pride . .11 .!. ini'ii n ...!. In.. I.. .1I.1 . . i ai Tho Foster Domooratlo ticket wns elected in Louisiana, Tuosduy. Bdr flo to Young & Uro'n for fresh Kraut nnd Pickles. 11:10 Capt. Snood Strong nnd fain-- ' ' occurs nt tho Catholic ohurcli Tho Kentuoky Modical Socio ty will meet nt Louisville, Mny lly, who linvo been living In gt.'nt o'clock this morning. Ilurinl 4th, 5 tli nnd Otli, nt the Musonlo Louis the past sovornl years, liavo t Cemetery by Knights of Honor, Temple. returned to their old homo nenr NOTICE I . will bo pleased to' New Pnttornn Hlokmnn, and Bay Seventy-fiv' ?2"oUriLm) ' they can got '"l1., HSTrS-Wilson see old friends when at uomo, ,vo. CASH. 13 of Wnll Pjipor at 1. Hint ovorvlhlnirnrrnnL'cd & Oo'h. NVe W0lh, ,iml. nAV(i, M0V,iV Tho Mississippi river romntna Ui Wall Paper, good quality, ly aak all our friends, wlioiu wo in n diuigoroiiH condition, and tho nt fi conts por roll, at I). H, Wil- - liavo tiidulgod, to como forward heavy SON & Go's. and settle thoir iinooutitH. From genoinl nnd continued rains aro ominous to till tho botTho Mississippi Klver Com- this date wo will sell no goods on tom farmers. mission has commenced lending a credit. SMITH, Klmson & Co. and Dr. barges of rook nt Hick man for Col. K. P. Wliltosoll I, .. !,.. ,.rvrl, 'PI... II... lion Nibblt cmno over from Union Illlllli'l iiiiiifwi nwin. iii lirSll Sknatok Cullom, of Illinois, Glty to hear Mr. Copolntiil, Thurs-da- Instnllmcut wns lauded Monday, who has boon nursing n Proslduu ovo. Somo of our pretty girls, Tho work will bo commenced ns tiul boom for sovornl weeka, Iiiih flny they wish Col. Oopelnnd would soon as tho stage of tho river will withdrawn from tho rnco, and tho permit. earth still revolves. Jert uro' again soon, a Money Saved is Money Made ! Our general reduction extends nil over our house, nnd includes Carpets, Mailings, Oil Cloth, &c. KxamiiiQ these prices: Tapestry Ilrussels, cash prleuGTio; credit price, 75c. Itrsl all wool Three Ply, cnsh prico 05c; credit prico, $1.10. Dost Two Ply, cash price, 70c; credit price, 7.1c. F.xlrn Super Two Ply, cash price, f57Ac; credit price, (5Sc. Union, imsIi prico 10c; credit, 50c. Hemp, cash prico 15 to l'Ju; orcdit price, 20 to 25c. Smith, Kllison & Co. all-wo- Easter What to Buy? CO a mity, I'lisor; 9 o. -- I Fnr-ris- LOCAL NHWS. Wed-nesda- y otTeol-unll- y f- -n .ill. ! - e The nnnoiincoment General Insurance Ag'ts. LLY . i Y, lu a CAV of Mr. Alfred McDntdol of ww i: Hickman and Miss Alico Chonuoy of Henderson is miide, which Imp . xvMvn e?.'-py event is to occur nt the resl-- j I'lUE, TOUSAWO, MARINE 01'. AIT. KINDS denco of tho bride's parents in LIFE AN1J ACOIDEXTI W II LT T E N Y Henderson next Monday. Tho1 Initio will ho remembered as for-tncrly the teacher of Mnthemntics of Contain EsfKitaH ictil ori'icK, and Latin in Hickman College, JtST For Pore Eyec, UOLin.B nLOCK, and n great favorite on account of $snnwp,omimr. COWGILL'S EYS SALTS. II U KM A K, K V. her qunlificatinnn ns n toaclior and tier cultivation ntxl ptiro refineADDIE L. JONES. VST For NcurMgia and lilieiiiiiatUm, ment ns n lady, mid tho groom is OITICT. OVElt HICKMAN HANK, COWOILL'S WSASEL OIL. well known as ono of the most SI'ICIAI. IIAITIST THAI TO AT. KKXTUOKY. IIICKMA2T. popular, successful nnd intelligent 1.T.1. XS" For Piles, HICKMAN, KY. young business man. A whole Dt'egMei nnd other desiring lo attend COWGILL'S KLB OINTMEKT. community of friends extend to t lie Siiiihern Iltpllit Contention al At. Oentrnlly loctitod. Oonvenient to Knm. May (J to I3ih, 1892. will le fr?T lliem overy good wish for pros- It? Fnr Tllpr nnd ltinewnrm. Itiver Inndlng. Uusses Call ili'fd to knnnr thai (In Nt.lnllU, perity nnd happiness. & tit. I,ouU Kllro.ul Iimi arrangCOYGILL'S TEirSH OINTMENT. Heiil.iily. jJEvory AttenOfllof, Clinton 8t., Ucleds Ulock ed 'or their comfort ''dpeclil lUpllil tion given tnOomfort Dr. S. K. Davidson IIIOKMAN, KY. Tra n" to ln0 NauTll. union depot, For Worms, of Guest. ,iU h. rn., Mty Glli, nnd run tlironsb lo has returned to Hickman nnd re- 7 Will t'lrnd iruraptljf lo all ImilnfM Cowgill's Pleasant Worm Syrap Alhnln, Oh., ,n D. II. 1IIIYANT, Prop'r. iirrreelxiri, nulla. inehl sumed tho practice of his profesto Id , Lookout .Mountain, Mlieion IIMg, sion. Those desiring Dental work KenneMw .Mountain, Ac , n v n tj SATUFA CTIOS QUARASTkHl) OR THR MONEY JiKFUSnh'D. can find him nt ids office, Clinton aiUyllghi rid ll.rouU lli ploiur. A. W. LINDSAY, , street, over Cowgill & e.qne inouut'tinn of Temire-e- a and For Sale by tli Proprietors, pnminK lliroujli tlio noenei of mnre Cowgtll's drng store. txt Attoriioy-at-l- i o( linn Ally tit Ik oflliemnr-ringo 1 I have just returned from the cities, here I liavo piirohnboil one of the most bcautilul and artistic lot of HATS AND HON'NBTS ever shown iu this market. Tho Millinery for this season is so quaint nnd intricate tlmt one cannot dffcribo its manifold beauties. It must be seen to be appreciated Thoro is no lino of goods that follows so closely tho wako of fashion; ami ladies, the acknowledged followers and leaders of such, will find in my line nnno but the most approved French styles they expect nnd demand something now, and I take plensuro in saying that herb they will find It. Every effort has been mado to sceuro for my customers n lino or Millinery that will both pleuso and attract. Hope each and every ono will find something to suit their individual taste. I offer for your inspection and selection my lints, llonuots and Flowers. Q O w C3 JT2 Q w$im iTl ' u n f1 Ellison Brothers, Safffsor (o 1. A. D.tli, 1 Dr. L. OTLEY PINDAR, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, YXVAafai '738 IirOKMAN, I'oMrnrpnnd manVotlice . KHSTUOKY. cflce a (joining JiilelKlng. !! 23 !)J w INSlWrVNOE J. F. ItOirSTEB, hotel, hi I mmm 0. K Attorney at w, lr njio-n- I I pafMii-Kf- s (Jenr-)li- Young & Bro'.y ' t. ...!.. y Iwttle Ilia civil war, milroad Lidtij; the Hue of maroh uf llu-l- COWGILL & COWGILL, riGALEKS IN ureal armlen from .ViinlirHIc lo Allan lVrlmpj jou nr ritnilonu, csii'l ml, ti, KicumIoii llokeu will Iu on mle Mtv U' H, cn'llrpp,cn'l llilnk, rin'l do nnjlliiiig 3rl lo t'tli, lnolnlf, nt one lure for round Hickman, : : : Kkntuckv to your KtlWfaeiloii, sri'l yon wonJt-- wtial trip, good In return on or lulore M y 17lh. lUInyou You liniiM li red I he wirtilnv, )! KSU' from .Mimourl, Kentucky, We( you nr t nkinp lh tint step into Nor'om l'.niif.ri 111111111.1 nrrlto in .N'nlmlV nn I'roitntlni, Von une.l n Nerve Ton I p. tie) nmrnhu o( May .'nil, or nlht of It. nml In llloeirli Hitler;' yon will fuvl the to i to Iiki' thlt (ruin. In nldiiloii, p:i. vmot rinri!jr for rtoniij( J'onr utrvoii citit t:ke rej(iilAr Ir iIim Itifore or jatpin to lit iiorni.il, lieililiy condition aftur Hie fiih, ni wo liae dtinlile dilly II10ICMAN, Ki', NirprirtliiK riKiilt follow tho me of tliU Iraliu makliiK fnnl ui- - In Allantt Irom i;riU Nerv,i TijiiIo mM Allrratite. Vour Memphlti, Mllun, llumhoMt, Union ( ' y , iijipi'tlie relurnn, good illemlnn U restorlarlln, MoKemle. Hollow Itnek .IhiioIIhii. Shop In I.irk'de block. Imported eool, ed, nnd Iho Ll?er nnd KUneyi ri'Hiime &o. Kir further Infoiimllini iiidr W. firtt-olrrlmoiliifii, wrlUilo CuiiImk, Clinton ?t., Ii D..K Eut of Loclnln tlolsl, lifiillhy nellon. Try a tiollle. I'rleo 5Uo I. D.VNLKV, 0, V, H f. A., NjjIitiIU', woilsoicii, SallnNcnon K'li' HICKMAN, KY. at 0. A. lluleooibe'n Drug 3toic. 1.10UJ t'enii. '' aulesd. ' i ThoTtofstop. IIIOKMAN, KY, Uflicc with It 8. 1'IIAItJtACIH Staplo and Fancy FRUITS, &c, Murrdl 8sl3 1 MAITI1US KBEIILE. Moroii&xvfc Tailor, GROCERIES i ij reUence 0 ftcr'i about JF'oir pbc cr I CoiiTi-nlen- Sale! It eonlalm bout SR.. 1 of Anpl.s, Clierrles, Orrs, etc., lUclioIoe fruits. Uoodclitrrn and wsll, nd all n ternary t lo (hs Collcf. rsrmi will bo malt easy. For other (orormalloo call on or address. TOM DILLON, 7, 17-- lf In orchard, eolat-In- u IVars, JVachss, rinaii, nnt-cli'- Hickato, Kr. . t 'If5. i i I why not 1,000? Wc can have, and wo nt death, slandering death. Oh, for tho will bare them, but not until this pre-- ' sivect breath of Caster to come down ent physical mnclilncry Is put ontof the on tho enrth. Right nfter tho cmnl llowcrs are body Yu Mutt Not Detfra to Uv Fop. way Do not think" that thisfor ,l equinox, and when thewell mny benil ts the best that Ol can bloom, k'l tilling ever. (Jod did not hnlf try when he contrived nations svith nong and congratulation your bodily median nni' parlands relebrnto tho Mlnl J'0"i I). all, Nul Half So Mail ti Iff I" fainted win, nn nii.it nnsta and nil Hon of t'hilat and ourown resurifctlon Wlu-iOld unit Unix Orl Off Ilia physiologists mil wth n" scientists when tho time has tfone by, and tho Umtli 111, course by lir. T. and with tho ralu t that "we arc trumpets jmur through tho elouds tho ll.Mllt Tuluiicc ll.li. 4 fearfully nnd wonder 'yinade." Hut, harmonies that shall wako tins dead. I believe anil l i,,,,,,.. n ,,t dim eim nml II v the empty niche of Joseph's iiuiumi- KiiMcr wlll get lis bot ter iuV m al equipment leiim. bv the nvks that parted to let I)r. Tahnaifu took for IiIr , I. ....... I. nw .f . It m.... ,1 l . "Smvlj-.UiSunday 1. Samuel .v m n,num ,i ih i;ivmiiii jy. man 11 lU.IKe funjmvi:- - i At... tioni voiuu .iiirMiii, 1.. ...... I.lna if tlcntli li past." Villvrni ment In nlmost nn h ngand tlixl not for chiinglnir worlds lie forever rendu-Ik- ; So erlwl Agarr, tunl tin? only ol Joel Ion able to mabo luii.rt.v nn nts in mini's llonicd. If what I have been saying Is I tiava to tb.Ii, tcM is tlmt n li.nl inan nt physical machinery.' Mi.H tnnal lnat true, how differently wo ought to think tcrcil it. Ncrcrtlicless tt (s true, tunl In give way to limhisl express tinin? of inir friends drp.uted. Tho tiody they tliait that In Miall slow IciK'p a htftlivr ami better pi, pl.n-- to teleg- - have put off Is only ns when entering a liltili It ivusorlffitiiillv Mttfinl. Year raphy, that plnees .s.m 1'r.un.i nnd hall lighted nnd resounding with York You leave your hat und coiiimu- - sh al baud'. In a in rtti' iyu a legend .mirtliiin like tlila mis nicatlini? Nhiill tho t' .phone take the elmik in the cloak-ixx-Wiiat would uj: lu u but ilntl a vty lxor woman by siund of u volen six'i mile ami in- - a banqueter do if bo had to carry these Ji tlaniB of Misery. In front nf ber stantly bring barb nn.lher lolce. and incumbrances of npp.irol with Mm Whit alnur vra i nriir tive, wlildi w.is ber (Jod who luailo the man who docs these Into the brilliant reception? iiljr rrsonrcc fur a llvtnp. Christ, the things not be nble to Improve the man would your departed do with your himself with infinite v, laities nnd In- IkkIIcs if they bad to bo oneunilierrd J.ord, in poor tfarb was wnlUlitpthnmh lho (villi urnl no one ivuuld entertain finite multiplied tionn Ik ncllccnt dentil with them in the king's drawing-roomIlliu. In vain ha bnoulted at the ibMirof comes In nml makes the neeevniry Cimo Into tho light! (lone Into the mupalace and uf bumble duelling. Cold removal to inakn w.iy fur these super- sic! tlonu Into the festivity I flone nd hungry and Insufllciently elad, ns natural improvements. Si nb our among hingsnnd queens and ctinquerors! Us uu, nouo reeeli oil llliu. lint com slow process of iffptilug information (one to meet Klljab and hear him tell log out day to tbo but of this woman, must have u sitlistltutc Through pro- of the chut lot of lire drawn by horses MUery, she reeeived longed study xvi- - learned the alphabet, of lire and the vensatton of mounting ihot-- name JUlm, and otl'ureil Him a fciv crust. nni and then xve learned to p. 11. and then the sapphire steeds! (.lone to meet with uktxl Htm to warm IIIuim'H at the we lc.lincilto Th- n the Ixnik Is Moses nnd bear him describe tins pilhandful of coala. lull alte ml ii all put liefin-- us, and (lie fie ti.nels fnun ot black b, i Milt that shook when th Iglit lltat the wuyfri-- r mlsht barn a wonl to won! unit fn m paife to page, law was given! Hone to meet l'nul t,ne pillow to roat on. In llit ninrnliij' this and wp lake wholo d,is to read tlie hear htm tell bow Kellx trembled, Mid her us He departed book, nnd. If from that book of 0J or how the ship went to pieces in tin Mng wontd bar llltniinin tliewnv WO psges whet haie'gn'n.'done or two breakers, and how thick was the f ratranl, and told ber thnt Ilr profitnhtn ideas, xie f(vl ue have done darkness in the Mamertine dunwunl the nnWaraa and would give well. There must Is? so:n'- - swifter way geon! (lone to meet .lobn Knox All alie asked iviis and more satinfjet iry of t.ikingin (lod's and John Wesley and Hannah More vrblt aba thtt liar naar tre mifht lie proteetfd. liniTcise of thdiigbts and fails and and rrauees llaxergat! (lone to meel Why, 1 Mt tfcat t1 Ws who atole h'r fruit, motions and iuf mmt!. n Hut this can the kindred xho ea cliwVin-- f th rv, might nut tie not be done Hi ymr bt.ipi In Us pivs-e- should not wonder II they had a larger state Many n lm nglvesxvnj under family group tin ro than they ei'er had blatofet down without ber tntum. Bo It taa and all who rllmbed the present L ditv. Hds wnitlsli mass here. Oh, how many of them have got tbetreowera eonmelled In stay their. in the upper envity f the skull and together again! Your father and mother After airbila death emtio nlonir and told nt the extremity uf the nen'ous went J ears apart, but they huxe got totbepoor woman aha must go with him. system this miter f pciveptlon and gether, and their children that went 3hit she did not want to go. fur, how-'"r- u sensation can not'ciii 'ire moro than it i curs ago got together again, (lone (lone poor one's lot is, no ono ivnnla to now endures. Ibitt. l can make n bel- whero they buvo more room! with (lent J. Then die mitil to death: ter brain, and lie sep.ls deatli to remove where they have more Jubilant society! go with yim If you will first this inferiir bnilri'tliat be may put in (Jone were they have mightier eapaeltj my treo a superior bum. "Nell," you sny,"docs to love you than when you were here up into Utah pe.ir and bring rao down n few pears before not tlmt destroy the Idea of the resur- (lone nut of hindcrauce into uiitioundcd Oh, no. liberty. (Joneout of January into June! 1 start'' This ha consented to do, but. rection of the piTscnt Taring Hmbliij into thu tree, be itxvlll lie the old fiuhiry with new ma- (lone where they can talk nUiut you, as oubl nut n;alu coma dow u, Then the chinery, new ilr.vlnf wheel, new bands, we always talk about absent friends, for Death new levers ami new powers. Don't you and say: trtmbloa of thu world "I wonder when they will did not florae. The physicians had no see? So 1 suppose tho dullest human eoine up here to join us llnrk! the outpatients, tbo undertakers no business, brain nfter the resmreetlouary process side door of lien en swings open. Hark! lawyers no wills to malic, the people, xvill have more hno ledge, more aeute-ncs- s, there are feet on the golden stairs. moro brilliancy, moro breadth of Perhaps they are coming." who waited for Inheritance could not et I w as told" nt Johnstown, nfter the tham, the old men stayed in all tba pro- swing than any Sir William Hamilton fessions and occupations bo that there or Herschcl nr Isaac Newton or l'ura-da- y flood, that many people xvlio bad been no room for the young who were or Agassis eicr had in the mortal for months and years bereft, for the coming on, and thu earth got state or nil their Intellectual powers first time got comfort when the nwful on sco God lias only llood came, to think that their departed Mid (rota all the earth the cry combined. wast up: "Oh. for Death! Where Is just begnn to build you. The ones were not present to sec tho catasWaaUb?" Then the people came In the palaco of j nir nature has only trophe. As the people were floating they said: fpKT woman aad begged ber to let tho foundation laid, nnd pail of the down on the house-top- s am that father nml lower story, and only part of one win- "Oh, how glad aata dacen4 from tha tree. In far tha world, ulit consented to dow, but the great architect has made mother are not here," or "How glad 1 lat 0ath orce down on one condition, his draft of what you will lie when the am that the children arc not rllve to John was fc., ihU luirMir''' Anil om?ht not we that was that ha should never mo-la- Alhambra Is completed or taba bar away, and on that con right when lie said: "It doth not yet w ho are dow n here amid the upluriiingi. 'titlon Death waa nl lowed to come appear what no shall be." Mossed ln of this life be glad that none of the trouatown, and ho kept hla word and never death! for it removes nil the hin- bles w hlch submerge us can eter afremoved her, and fur that reason wc al- drances? We can not go far up or far fright our friends a vended? lleforothls ways have Misery with us. down. If wc jo up far xie get dizzy and I xi arrant our departed ones have been I& that allegory some one has set if xvc go far down wc gctsiiflncntcd. Introduced to all the celebrities f forth the truth that I mean to present If men would go far np they ascend the Heaven, Some one has wild to them: en this Easter morning, which celebrates Matthcrnhorn or Mont lllnncor llbna Let me introduce you to Joshua, the tba resurrection of Christ and our coin- laya, but what disasters have been re- - man who by prayer stopped two worlds ing resurrection that ono of tho jrrand-M- t porusi as iney came inmoiing oonn. 0T several hours. Let me make you anil mightiest mercies of the enrtli is Or, if they went down too far, hark to ncqualntitl with this group of three anr divine permission to quit It. Sivty-fo- the explosion of the fire damps, and see heroes John l'liillp Melancthon paraona avary niliuitc step off this the disfigured bodies of the poor mini - and Martin I.uther. Aba! here is Tenc-n- t planet. Tlilrty million people every the bottom of the eoal shaft. Lelghton' j,,,,; jori. s Archbishop year board thin planet. As a steamer Then then' aro the illinatological bin- - Here are I.atlmcr and ltldley! Hero is car- drances. We nin against unpropltious .xintthew Simpvni! Heio is poets' row annst unload before it takes another lo, and as the passengers of a rail train wenthcr of all orts. Winter blizanl Jaims Montgomery and Anna llarl auld moat leave it in order to have another nnd smnnirr scorch, and each season and lioratius Iloiuir and l'lurlic Palmer company of passengers enter it. so with seems to hatch a of itsowndis- - n:id Lowell Mnson. Were your depart-onlcrthia world. What would happen to The summer spreads its wings Vi ,mcs fOI,j f ,nusic? What as ocean steamer If a man, taking a hatches out fevers and tnrios lcl on In-- Handel and I lax den? should stay In it for-- I nnd spring and iiutmnn spread their j Were they fond of pictures? What tin- evarv iinai woum nnppen o a ran irincs an iiaicii uni iiiinaru, ,um win iihael.s nointimr out skies with all col frain if one xvho purchases a ticket ter spreads out Its wings and batches on wrought into chariot wheels wings should always occupy the seat nssfgnrd out pncipaionln nnd Nubian grips, and ,,f scrnpliim and coronat ions" Were him? And what would happen to this the climate of this world is . hindrance tm,v on,i f poetrx-What eternal world if all who came into it never de- which every man nnd woman nnd child rythms led on by John Milton? Shall parted from it? The grave is as much has felt Death is to the good trans-- , uc pity our gloritied kindred? No, they a benediction as the cradle. What sunk fircucc to biipcricr xvcatlirr: weather had lieUer pity us? We, the shipwreck that ship In the WncW sea a few days never ficklo nnd oever too cold and wjf am ti10 hurricane, look :l r,.,(t ago? Too many pavscngcrs. What was never too hot and ncicr tio light and out t ,hrm sailing on over calm steamer on the never too dark. Ilavo you any doubt K,.1S ullljt.r the matter with that that never frowned Thames, which a few years ago went that (Jod can make UlUr weather with tempest. vc honplcil srith chains; a"own with 600 lives? Too many passenof is this ihev lifted characteristic than "Surelx-- . the bit- gers. Now, this world is only a ship, Iilanet? lllcvsed death! for it pre- teme.-- s of deatli is past" - which was launched some six thousand pares of tho way for change years ago. It Is sailing at the rate of zones. Yea, it clears the path to a scinl- Tlif Trut nf tlllt Xlilnc"-Itilings small lie the crucibles niu aiany thousand miles au hour. It is omnlprcsence. How often no want to Iraighted with mountains and cities, be in different places nt tlw same time. the touchstones. Any hypocrite s and steerage How perplexed xvc get being compullcd come to the Knbbatn worship, but it is Bd has iu its about slvtKun hnndrcd million p.isen-Xt- i. to chociM! invitations, bitn ecu wed- - nut every hypocrite tliat will attend :a luuny are coming alwuril it dings, between friend lygrouii'..l etween j pra i or meetings, or rend tho Hilda In, is necessary that a good many three of four places we uonlil like to bo seciet, or speak privately of the things Suppusu tlmt ull the woptc In tlie same morning or the same noon ' of (1ml to the saints. You find the that lsv Hied sliuv the ibiys of Adam or the same evening. Wn.'v death may lame true in other things. A man who and Kvt err still alive- - what a clut- not open opportunity to be In many is no ChrisMan very likely will not tered up place this world would be- - no places at the samo time, so easy nnd tell you a downright lio by saying eibowp rootn no plar to walk no sooulck and so Instantaneous will lo white is black, but bo will not to eat or wrar, or if ' the transference that it will amount to hesitate to declare that wbltey-brow- n earthier were left, the human race about the same tiling. Quicker than I is white ho will go thnt length. Now, would, like a shipwrecked erew. have to can speak this sentence you xvill be the Christian will not go half way to a a pat on short rations, each of us ' among yourglorified kindred, anting the, falsehood, but will boldly shun it altoarieg, perhaps, only a biscuit a day. ' mnrtyrs,amongthoApostlcs.inthcgatc, gether. With him the inornl baseness Aad wbatehanca would there lie for the (on the battlements, at the temple, ami of such a incnsuro as trifling with Hie Is a suftrhviBf gt aerations? Th men and women now from wot Id to vvor.il, as soon ns a ,acied duty of e who startd when the world started robin hops from one tree branch to ficient barrier to the committal. would keep the modern people back another tree branch. Distance no hind-en- d from mo tlio way of lying," and down, sajlng: "We are r.,f00 ranee. Immensity cnsiiv compassed.' cause mo to make much ot Thy laws." "Il,it." sns somo Words ofWfe. jaata obi. How down. 'History is ' 'otblsg fur we ar older thnn lone, "I call notbeo how Ood is going to docs not Lofty elevation ilstory." AVhat a mercy for the human ' reconstruct my body in th.- resurrec- -' make one Indifferent of mindwants nnd to th' rae""was death. Within a few years tion." Oh, tlmt will Ik? very easy ns ' yeu can yrt (ma this world all there Is compared xvith what He lias already sufferings of those who nre below him ja u Alter you nave nuii titty orflMy ' done with your body four c r si.x or ten on l1'" c.mlrnrf M distant objects nir , 'l0 seem r seventy spring-time- s x'ou have seen; times. All aclcntUU tell us tlmt tho ' .tro rill .is felloiv-behig- s 'o 4acmgh blossoms. After fifty or sl.xty human body changes ent rc'y oncirln ,,...,, you aiv.'S years nenier to the heart of Dim P aever.ty uulumns you hnvo seen seven years, so who looks upon et gorgeous Milage, Alter Ilfty of ago you have now your fourth body of Ills wisdom. them from tho height turagh iv aixty ar seianty winters yon have If you nre 4'J years of age you have hail acta enough snow storms and felt six bodies. If you arc 70 u'Jrs of nge As there Is no grace that glorifies aaoughf hills and wrapped youc!f In you have bad ten bodies. Do you not, God so in li eh ns faith, so theie is no "my unbelieving friend, tl.mk if Ood graco that Ho glorifies In the ordinary aough blankal.s. so much ns length of human life you hare carried could build for joti four or llvoor ten faith. W. Seeker. enough burdens and shed enough tears bodies He could really build for yon one ... i -If ilia wnv to Heaven he narrow it .i r..ir.,,..,i ...,...., !..(.., ....i ..i. n.i ,i,. ....... ..,( i. ,..., ! , uougU xang and U-cclouded Ayelto inako tfiat 'resurrection Unly I 'a not long-- aud If the gato lio strnlRlit, by enough doubts, and surrounded by xvill not require half as much Ingenuity It opens Into cudlcss life. llisbop lluv enough mysteries. We talk alx.ut the and power as thosa ( tlicr boiliesyou . orldge. shortness of life, but If wc cxerulsed have had. Is it not i.isier for nsculp- Truo conversion begins in the heart good sense we would rvalizo that life Is tor to make a statue out of silent clay j nm thenco spreads up nnd down iq Halt long enough. If xve are the ehll- -' than It would bu to nuke n stutiie out it() thL. head and down into the pocket aren oi vioo, we are nt a nanquci, una of some material that Unlive ami mov-thi- s Settle It in your mind Hint no serworld Is only the first courMi of the ing und running hither nnd thither? food, and xve ought to be glad that Will it not be easier for (Jod to make mon Is worth much in which the Lord there ore other and better nnd richer tho resurrection liody out of the silent Is not tho chief speaker. John Hall. eonrscu of food to be handed on. We dust of the crumbled body thnn it was It Is no little sin to represent trifles are here in one room of our Father's to make your body over live or six or as necessary on tho one hand or fatal xvas there are rooms up stairs. or eight times nhllc house, but tt Dr. Todd. climbing, on the other to salvation. pictured, better up- in motion, They are xvnlklnir. holstered, better furnished. Why do falling or rising? UcmI has already Do not wait for extraordinary opforwe want to stay in the ante-rooon your four or five bodies bestowed portunities for good actions, but make ever, when there art better apartments ten times more omnipotence than be use of common situations. (loetho. waiting for our occupancy? What a will put upon the resurrection liody. The purpose of the Scripture Is to anercy that there is a limitation to Yea, wo have the foundation for tho to resurrectlou body in us now. Surgeons teach us howgo. go to Heaven, not how artbly environments! Ilaronlus. Death also makes room for improved and physiologists say there nre parts.of the heavens a)h.Tslea.l machinery. Our bodies have tho human body the uses of which they More people would be quite willing wondrous powers, but they nre very can not understand. They ore search- to let well enough alone If they knew lUalitd. Thrre are beast that can out- - ing what these parts were made for, what well enough was. us, mitllft us, outcarry us. Tho but have not found out. I can tell The cross of our salvation Is not a rtls have both the earth and ulr for them. They are the preliminaries of ravel, yet we must stick to the one. In tho rcsuinctlon boil v. (,od does not eontrlvnuce I).to take the place of Morion. thia world, which the human race, takes make liny thing for nothing, The uses Some people might find time to Ifit Jts own, there are creatures of (Jod of those now surplus purls of the Ixsly that eon far surpass us in some things. will lie demonstrated when tho glorified help one soother it they were not so biuy helping themselves. Death removes this slower nnd less form is constructed. Now, If deatli clears tho vuy for ull adiolt machinery and nuikes nxim for The religion of a good many peoseme thing better. There eyes that can this, why paint liliu as u hobgoblin" In flint -- II uecda to is nee .half a mile will be removed for those Why call him the King of Terrors.' ple like the fire can see from world to world. Why think of him as u, gient spookv be slliick out of t-them 1hat Christ leans usMlirough no d.trknr These ears, wh!rh"ean hear u sound a Why sketch him with skeleton nnd and standing on n haul of dark looms than He went through before. off, will bo removtd for cars 'few feet I AVb4 v. linn v.n.t 'I'lii.ki. xvatersV Why have Uuldrcu so fright- Hicliard IbiMer. cim fiHA ened nt his name Unit they ilsru not g will be removed for powers of You must in'x some uncertainty Hivjtcr t'hun the ri'indeer'alioof, to bed nlone, and old men huve tlif-l- t .villi faith, if you would hare faith be, r the crgle's plume, or thu lightning's teeth chatter list souui shotnesh ol llioivulng. Mash, 'lien, vie huve only live scnsi-s- , breutli hand theiii over to the monster'. hlioit memories are a Uodiend in ana! ttht'sc ti e are shut ui. Why only All the uges have been busy in malignan nu'.' Whyku! Ufty, uliv uot 100, ing death, bulling refmUhv un uiplwi. public lifc-- G. W. b'lualJcjf EASTER SERMON. KENTUCKY STATE NEWS. IreUlstlvo rrarrfflhigi, THE PREHENSILE OHQANS. Ani- UNWELCOME INTRUDERS. Una nf Ilia Illsniitnntnaes Ceylon, jim ' rcout-liclle- ve ' i .1 ' !: tot e 1 e tll l, mil-Ne- i ? wi . Us-iti-a il w-- e )tr nt m '"Iwill sym-jias- 1 art hmt been pnsst, n inctlcn was made to reconsider It was finally iter itfit to make tbo bill n special order for to morrow Tho committee on public offices and ltti'ary by petrnlolna a bill tollx the f.ilary of the ifoi ernor i.xtr 1'ettHi. nlih an ani' ' ilineut tliliiv llicsiilary at If.uoper annum. Nir Alexander's senate bill allotting trtiM coiiiinlcs, etc., of otlit r states to tin business In V i state un eompllnncc with tho hiHa roverii'K suih corporation, wos taken up. An umuidment nas orfiieil proildlnif that such cv'ilnl" shall notte nulliorlted to becornt (irrtlrson bomls, nnd the bill Has then icnit a Ih rd lime apd pas'fd. KliASKroiiT, April li Sksatk-- A bill by Senator HrecktnrldKc, to prohibit throbs I ruction of turnpike, gravel and plank ro , by Iho stretching of wire, rojio, el sins, or ihrr obstruction daccirous lo tho traveling p lit' was puscd. Sinntor Xleinnder's bill, c illng n bureau ot Information and Immlgnr " " Inrteilnltcty positioned, llonator Ale . Jer en tercdumoi.nn t.i reomslilcr the sell, of the senate. Mr Kirk s house bill, reejulr : taics tolsi paid for aspcrlrlis! tlmobrforo n "lilies for tho rccoicry otcertnln land In ' Haaiursett the ronimlt eonu standdlclnl redlstrlrtln; drehtnl U ing by It Orecn with ono c.vceptlo county was tranfcrresl to tho llirn county district. Tho fourth lime a motion i ' recon sldcr was made, and lhat mntlcn was iblcd. A was then sclrctoit to aft tho chincesintheforniot Iho MIL lloi'ss Mr. lllekson Intrcsluced a' Ulnlbe houso today to Rive conductors on lilroads police row cr. Mr. Harts bill to pr.nl.lo for the erection of anew siale houls likelv lolw reported fainrHbly fnm Iho eunmllice on pubwrvk. lic bullitlnft and library wltMi the rnANKreur. April II Srsitr. A bill from the reitMiry cummUslon on commoa carriers was recommitted to tho committee on rail-rooJ mice I.lh'hnr i bill unrn.lliiK section HX. article ei, of tho clitl csto. wa Iwlcflnltdy postponed. The Stewart sclysil ls WU then came up a n orecr. and seicrwt were effenst, nuts utori'lark oflrrtsl a Mdslllule for Sensto XI Mer. wllh postponed. request that Us consideration lascdoier A llll on rtalm on treasury then came up,and occupied the itih v nd, r of the day's session. Xumrrous ar em ''nts were oflcrcd. but none of !miirtiuio wi sdeptrd. Uol'ss- - Mr eiarrivw from 'hr oue com-mltton judicial iliatricts, r pot t a bill on a Dnt time, the rrdlstrlclingof the slnlc l and ordered to be printed. Th- bl' on revenue and taxation then came u fi n amendments werr3cred to Mr QirU ey - substitute to the second article, ami Mr XX' 'UVer and otters whined to hale thorondrr i Kin of this article made a special order r today next The houso lotisl down poslton 'Lent. Mr vjulgley h aubhtltuto for the srli, t on Hscwl courts was advptesl. nml then Mr. e.ay railed up Ihe bill to promote public scl xw Merest" In Xx'lnchester It was Riven n en I redlr-- . Vr (Sough and will be passed called up Ihe bill to ero,siwer 1 csr county to take bonded Imtihlcdhcs. etc wliihwas adp ilrleXanet vanced The ho'ise then tor amend-Pienl- s proccctled to take a lole on li- It was flnallr frfecte .i ' adopted, nnd lhcu the hoje adjourned csineup. t, liut nticr ll April I'liAMcronT. II -- Strutsenator The possession of an effective prohen-sil- o llulrhlson presented a monster rrtlti'in frem organ -- a hand or Its eepilvnlcnt miners In Wlillely and I'ulnsM rountlr mMng that the Mil rrratlnR thcomcoot antstant In- seems to lie the tlrkt great rcepilslto for spector of mints be pacd. Heimer Hon ncr of a high order of Intelhad u 1 t.tlon firm mtm r ef Chrloiui eminly tho evolution lect. Man and the monkeys, for e.xnin-pi- e, on Hie sunn- sulijcct. Senator 1'nrVfr liud haven pair of hands; and In their petition frum txiurvl county tie Mil "n personal icprcfntntlic was Rluni n pffond case one can see nt n glance hoxv deMr llrcckliirldge moved to maUn a pendent Is their Intelligence upon these rimlinc Mil amending section IJ, duplet no, pcneral baso n sprcUl onter for Tue,tay Atoll-cul- l grasping organs. All human arts ttntulrn, wns Ji mamtcil.and It ticcsnio apparent lhat themselves ultimately upon the hua quorum as hot present. man hand! nnd even the apes apHouse Tho bill on tcvenuo and tstntlcn proach nearest to humanity in virj Thatr I'OMfsilou ! a Index to Ilia mal Iiilelllgence. of tha Ilalhhi I soninillsputcoirrurliclc nt n tue of their everiictlvo nml busy little fingers. The elephant ng.iln, has his flexible trunk, which, as wo have all heard over ami over again, Is finally uell adapted toplck up u pin or to break the great lioughs of tropical forest trees. (Thnt pin. In particular, is now a ell-i- orn classic). The sipilr-re- l, once more, celebrated for his unusual Intelligence when judged by n rodent standard, uses his pretty little paws as veritable bunds by which he can grasp n nut or fruit all nrountl, and so gain in his small mind a clear con. ception of Its true shape and pnipertle-sThroughout the animal kingdom Indeed, this correspondence, or makes rather this ehalu of causation, intolll-genro Itself everywhere felt: no high without n highly developed prehensile and grasping organ. Perhaps tho np.is.siim Is the very best nnd most crucial Instance that could possibly Is adduced of the Intimate contouch and nection which exists intelb'ct. Tor the opossum Is iv marsupial: it belongs to the samo group of low lytirganleel, nntlquatcd. and pouch bearing animals ns tho kangaroo, the wombat, and the other Whites! Auv Now evcryWly trail an mammals. knows the ninrsuplnls ns a class nre nothing short of pretcrnntumlly stupid. They are just nbout the of silliest mid very dullest all existing quadrupeds. And Ibis Is reasonable enough, w hen ono comes to think of It, for the'y represent n very antique and early type, the tlist rough sketch of the mnmmnllnn Idea, If I may y v desotlW them, with wits contact with the world In the fierce competition of tbo struggle for life us It displays Itself em the crowded Huge of the ureal continents. They stand, In short, to the lions and tigers, the elephants und horses, the monkeys and seinlm-l- of Kuropo nml America, ns the Australian black stands to the Knglishniaii and Yankee. v gun-erallunshari-enednsyetbs The luxury of tho bath Is best appreciated by pe'oplo In hot climate. The baths of Kingston, Jiimalcn, tiro described by ii correspondent tisdcllghtfu'i being long enough nnd wide etiougii ' allow ono to flounder nlsiut, and en They are to take n couple of strokes. made of concrete nnd are filled with wa ter nt tho temperature, utwhlehltce.u" t from thu mains just right to make ii plunge enjoyable. So clear Is the w .i'cr that ono can scaitely realize it Is U" ,JlsJs. lur Lotlal Irsj. Iiuraliis.and lha consiitnsr I or il inetagn sslth ttctyrurchsss. n"lf,'"AJ "Ti!;'soV.ii.MrbVuii-nt.orjt Vi T A T H ; n use at nrrrtvrn ' , feet deep. Onco In a while, to le sure, then is something which may detract fixmiiis enjoyment by the stranger, If he is not used to some of the !' r Inhabitants of tho land. I'm-- examr as t was iiIkiiiI to take iny first Junit' I dlseeiveix'el hoinethlng that looked a like a horseshoe crab dow n nt the ' toiu. Calling to ono of the black pl " ninnies riiiitiliignlMUit thoyunl, I l" J him what it was. "Oh, dat's a acorplum." "Well, tnko him right ouL" "Oh, he's dead, sab." "Never mind! 1 prefer my both w dh- out him in it." A ilend sesindon is bad eiiotiL'li. but that Is preferable to having a live no drop from the rafters oveihead on wie'a bare flesh, ns once happened to a Iricnil of mine. Youth's Companion. ' t-- CoT?miTt tri tho wonk, nervous nml nilinir wo- man. a loni; ns eho ntiitvrs trout tho nohos. ii.iiiis. ami ileniiiL'eiiiciits I'ociiliar tVlwr'nor, Miu enVt ox-- 1 I'eCl to. lillt thurorl OIIIV IlOrsClf to llMlllO. Will J)r. l'iorco'fl Favorito 1're- pcriiitlon, hliorJ n ilifforent woinaii. Ami U'a n clinngo that can bo seen if well as felt. Tho axat cm is tho blooti cm Midi, digestion improved, melancholy anil iiervoitijiioeH dispelled. Itli tlio"lavorito l'rescriptioti," nil tho proper functions) nro rugtoruii , 1 Jhx$nHnloQkah6Mwhl Al' ' V" HIS" j y. Y soiious druS ftflUHUHt 0LtV67 tiu ,,!,. hannlrsa v BRAOTCnOTINC ifl I PCQ r i..jT iftlRI" Wmm mm POSITIVELY . r- - o 1 co v a Any rtuat.mlr.iritllihomy noi have llr , Ire r Inn m hand vriil procure It, or ll l llxi s t posimtiii utm reccipi ot pttce 60 reiil ai .1 .rrepf no lllislltule. ofternet aj a innllclnn lo is Ktonatllutions, eras atonlo. Ills nro llrndnrlie. A trial mil eon. ami contains nn wits l ,r.uii tuu MrO rirs,j n fl. CO., ni MACON, CA. to healthy notion, l'vrioilioal . ' xvi.ik back, beannii-ilowi- i K'lisatioiin, nrivous jirostration, nil "female c 'in'ilaitttH " aro cured by it. It's lleafnesa Ciniinl bo Cured ll-- ' only medieiiie for woman's hv local iiiii.ht tit!.. us. nsthev eimi"t reach l the portion of tho ear. 'Ihero is x.'.ikm-wo- i nnd ailments that'a only one wnv loctire imuncss, aiui urns m (ji raiiUtil to do xvhat is claimed reii.eslles llesfiievs is hy O'Histt'iilloiinl causesl by an latlameHl ejinlitlon ot the mu- for It, If it? doesn't jivn .satisfao-tii'- t, cous lining of Iho Kust.ichluu Tutnx Wlmii in every caso for which it's roe-oHits tuisi ecus innamesi ynu nave it ruiiinmiir "ndeel, tho money is returned, mitt when It I sound or Imisrfi'ct entirely closest Deofnesa In IIhi raslilt, and eoiiicthiiicr tlso olTeretl by - .ii , Illness mo inustitiituiion pun ii uihh tllrj eUllfr. thiiliuli it Mint' ikiv Aim and tills tnbfi restoml to In nurniat roi dl lion, hearing will ho destrovesl fetev. 'hotter ha "just as Rood'"? by catsrr niiiei cases out of ten are eaii-e- d which is iiothlnir nut i lullunielccnlltt . surfa, ca of tho Wo will clvo One limdred Dollnrs f dlse.-isestniili-eii- ..... Latest Stylis ! ti Uw.l lisW I 4 It W.J Ulillsl'.l'aSllsS.e.erlk a.l ISISSl.S, Illrwisss t.Mi tawrsrlsMtM W V oarin b2L AU IN Hirst nsis sip sis luas rssuiots. s.si-- 1 je C erv4rt u w L'ArtDoLnModo. pi. vrijs. T rol.oiiiii s, any case o Ihsifness iiniisssl that cannot bo cures) b Ilnll a Oataitn Curtx tseml for elreulan, fieix V J I'liiMtT et Co , Teledo. O. Hf-SoM by l)rui;Kist,75c A toc.no Mi's must Ie very lushf ill InJeeil himself In when ho undertakes lo lultntstry just to irel an vxohso foe holding ;4ugust Flower' ' "tvclvectt afflicted xv tfort I Buy'1? Kew I ti, T& . fc mMini, V,ue of your i p?o1o7 a i ouns A baud -I- Sduicrvillu Joaiiml 1CS ithliilfotis- s I Cornhlll Magazine. ur llus for open-tri- p r feckrell preeo'isl j resolution exprrlnir ll as the sense of th, iwto llutt Aclhur rreHkbnt James MhIIIihI.s full power to lgn bills AdnptoU. llot'SK llierrmmtllre on rltim reirted tho kcnatc allow uur IS widow nf II Voting amount Superior JwUre crjual to thesalarv he wouM haic hd lie llrisl ewt bis teim Messrs. XV i ait i tml'skni lo tro on i i 'Ml as toting for Ihe Worlds fair Ml (.u led. The WiUou 1hI1 to prvhIWt Sun.ljy I..- - ball, foot r fornext lull, i'lc . waa iihuk-- n hpeiutl Thursday Mr Mirr's 1411 lo eai e the city f t the CVirlngUMi lo iurrhnse rll Ington trsilke sow within Iheim limits was in Sen-ilo- bill to Increase the em In spector of mines was itf,-ated- . Mr offered a nxvulkxilofli tlw limr 10 a m. ImM oier umler Ihr ru tien:e odrrnl a rrsaiutloii In peoh In the senile i harnter tefno ihe t I'liASsroiir A4ll ll -- Sr.sAir Mr. t Hutch-Inson'- e ' t tbn In Hutchinson - Senator hit smoking inretlujat 'n r.n lht lml s. ora-nn- s, Btnt-root- j ? $ ,,.s state-room- ' April !&. RrMtr. A message was reeelvol from iho ge.iernor inarming the senalo lht he bad signed the Worid'i fair bill. Senator Jones orTrred aa addition totbe senate count w rules preTldiog thai the oneaker quoram when ote is i resent, aad lhee present lo lote Senn tor Jones rersai wed that It wan ft.wplr Intended lo uuilMMlre Ihe faawns Heed rulina which hMl Uendoetand ennsiltu- llorwl by th. t S supreme eourt, and ihat It adopteillt wouidsieatly fncilttate Ike ' spos'-tlonbaatoeaa 1 he ,lleHstii of Iher'ictiitn bill occuptist ibe rest of the tav Hoi'SE-- Mr MTr Mil to nsfutale the ol iniaorsittfl fenwilc rsns sat In prohibit their etniiiHHI In rerUilnvoe oloos. was lokin Inun lh' order of Iho ,lay and b , It mikes It uelnw ful haled until u..url.rr.-nt- . to emp'oy or to i milt to be cmploj'sl m any manufactory, mliie or business ei4illshment of age andpiu-hlbit- s any ihl.d under thirteen tin' eniptojinciit of any child under t. Ue'n jcars ot use ntaiiy klndeif lalor unless sudich.ldKliall hucittcmlisl school, ir shall have recrtml Inslruclsia In common .hsl studies for al bust fourtien ot the llfly-twweeks next prciisltug the employment busiKliASKroiiT, April A srsATt-.V- o ness of ImiorUnc, waa transacted pasist Kkaskioiit ty eiril jtrs j riseij-Tiothini- ? ' . truth-speakin- g teport was t In unit caused .i lively time C'on"Ktenible debate was Induhtedlnt ut no actlem was taken. Tbehousacommitt"' em railroads reporlesl Mr Illrkson s bill on gn'tig 4lce power, and re.iu.ri'.g railroad conductors them to glie bonds, faiurably. falendaresi l)r. XX'oods reported Iho separate eoach bill, with the expression of opinion lhat It should pass, and as h look his seal the democrats ap. Mr I'eltlt announced Uial he had a I landed. substitute which he hoped would be consUlcred, wirbed It understood that Iho report lust and made did not ran t tfcn approval of all inemN rs The bill was then given a upon the committee first reading Theory and Practice. He was reading aloud "in the family circle, and laid down his paper to emphasize what he had just read. I Wlleve with tbn writer of that sentiment, that singing should W taught to a child ns soon ns it can speak- - liewxl heavens! What Is that awful noise, in the next reun!" "That Is the baby singing." said bis wife, ami he went to the club to finish the article ho was reading.-Detr- oit Free Press. The new butler Av ye plaze, sor, I'll have me month's wages nevonlin' till the agr.iynient. Tho employer What's that? Yon haven't been with mo for thirty days, llutler 01 citnie on the twintic th of bisht month. Kmploy-e- r I know you die!, but llutler An' Isn't this the tinth ar l'ebroory? An' don't twiuty and tin make thirty! Pittsburgh llulletln. ears have already lent The the impertinent small Iwy a new figure of speech. Out on Jamaica pond the other night a tall man, who was skating along in one straight, continuous, even line, suddenly struck something nnd came down with n bump. "Aha, miswho was playln ter," said n small hockey near by, "ycr trolley's off." Iloston Transcript. Itricf es)IIwiiy In Texas Wtwecn a tourist and a native: "My friend, why Is It th.it everybody In this country thinks it necessary to enrry one or two "We'll, stronger," wild the revolvers?" Texan, "you niought travel around here for a gists! long time nml not want a vienpon, but when you do want n pistol in this country you want it bail." - "What have they wound up on that cart?" nskisl the old lady who was visbouse, "r'lreineii's iting the bos,'," was the nnswer. "tlo away,' she rejoined indignantly. "You can't make me think that any lire'inanorany- ImmIx- - else ever hud legs to tit those'." Washington Star. You Policeman. Hani Lines. come right along with me. Inebriate-Ta- ke Don't take some other fellow. me. I'm an unlucky cusa Kvery time 1 I promenade with n pollccmnu gel Sittings. locked up. "Ah," yawned a bachelor, "thl xsorld Is but a gloomy prison!" "To these in solitary confinement." Onco a c st one und then another prep- was sujjcsitt.tl to me and at sustr wskf s I ric lint to no purpose. A fiicnd II 1SSI - .,Om i 'Ut VcUscel Vis Visit llelrli J r - Uiss JO S..Vs CWae fix iMiendcd Atigttst Mower and Jtrt, The Missouri, Kansas K Texna lUlhtsy, tuilu V. Houston, Ihe .t (I ". nnd VeilnscetTee- - woi - cannot describe the atlmirn- - l. J, TOWfclK, rAfr., Boston, miaul IUIIwuts. Da.ly passrumsr trains lion a which I hold it. It has v;ivctt leavd Ilousluu 10 Viu. in .arrlrliigat in. I'nr inforumtlon concvrnlnu tue new lease of life, xvluili before VE Whisee,. or for ronlos. rues,- mans ne lime vv.i- - .i burden. lis j;ool iiimlities .. . .. ..lames of inn ii , K ti T y , mrt an or ad- - ,., Aimdetftil meritHshould bemadc dress. W (I llrulMHi, O T A l'atsiMia, Kus. 11 II I'lirW, Ass'L ClH . l'uvs. k'i ut to everyone aiilTcritiir with .ses i. iiovsnus ri., o, iuis, jits .ixpsirt nml liilioitnevs. ' Jksjr XVf s.111 furn.sh durJI ! stl-IV- ll . vi k I'tiiitcr. Hitniiol-.lt- . Kas. ra'I'csOSS. Tne strictest i ailromt about OO'l'M ersef of sr na uc, asioaalt) his .nllM.Saeul fxia I isil sImsw a i s mrsc tiaiette ImM 1VS al Ulo qvMlesI pri.for mm. A cosTCMroaiKt's headline, "Orn Is Sife,-- ' alsnuld tie nushflrsl hr Uo ImtsHtai I A.H.KrisjjKrfsppaCO' When )on hiv U$i yon addition, "exeapt In a laiuld furuu" tJeelsipetS sat mt Ih. Ifsl. (lovcrnntcnt The Only line, l:rr I'rlnle.l-tlj- ii lnu lla-- l Stre,rfT!rs, cook book talks ef ruWtsI douchnula without sny n where they wcra ruUcil N. O. l'Unyiino i(lconslip..liniiforlinc-njcari .til trat ,. ,s hotJIM thai 1 "('! K os wiirr Ul 1 sielluhlsi rts'-i,esj.fl,l si' lhfo Itksesst. n4s fitlssisurlSl I k tin nsikripst' 1 .irartr-s'- s fairs irst si , , s sB- It stsreaitl Sit Towet'3I IMPri'XILl r.ill BrarH Ullch'r e -' I'"iMUm r tti sms44 ,. I s ..f.vser "r ' . t jwj mi . T -- ' conT I 1 na- - . STOCK -- CUTS. Issaln-gnasa- BUNT1WG Tlierols a 3 inch display njrertlcent In this voer, this whh'h has notarn ironin Hiise except otionorti. I DO true of sch uiv one srtnsTiei wrt, from Tlio rr llarter jlHlclno On Thl, ire-e- lhellor.tr tits? sUiKUrd is ilic Ut test, ilijr; ilcak-- r in llx U. S arc (i. V. SIMMONS lvt; l'.7i 179 CliaKtreet, LIXCIW.sTI. rSJSlaf ot luces res,iii oil eveelh,i. tho make and publish, fur it. send lliein the name) of the ironl ami thay will return yexi LshiIc, benuufal HirH'crDreM we beMnfl ct CO., Oak Hall, h Clt . lkxs,4)ii, STUDY LAW IKI ACs 9 Is Ma EfRsBUt COHRlSfWiOthCt SCHOOL UftAW l - s ..." tr (js I lok Dealers in Military Wiitc for a linifornts. Maw. 1 JrOl-tlf- AT HOME. ample free. Tti w 3 ly Is the sprlm- - tbo voanc man's faacv lightly turns to tlMxiphl tl Ut.Cour tlaielio. On of Ilia lllrlie.l xtlnes Kver discovered Is tho mine ot hearth that is found In a liotlln of HosOIOt's Slotns. a Hitlers UMiirisisl, t.usi Its 'outHjl'' ltlchly does It "pan out" In the pai toe or s of vltnlity and rerul.irity of urrnnie act., a Iho elebilltatrsl shoukl ureirU thUlnlite f "all Ills noith '' rs.als.. ahoulil thoeoi I p4tesl, tho blhesua, tho dsspepUa, tha M i tioiihlsM ivilti lnuilhln tnaUe. ai.,1 of the htdueys or bladder and la Brlpjs' A.j actor's life must lie far frara tn-onotis lie meets th linages or every iiIkIiL i .FLAGS, Ely's Cream Galml nnciii.v ci ii ri COLD IN HEAD rMifmuBSfVj J. H CoTHta, OtTHOIT, MICH. Ja Oee'e, s .t-- s si !- - I. s lffSiSi tt t'e. BORE.j WELLS twrtMrt ri WI "OHIO-WEL- L DRILL Irir P8..! ait t m 3 .larller ll --1 St-s- l ftMss, It LD0M IS .s. I A iUi t lirris. KTMH, eiiiiu. ell erl, IM s .t as XI M m Pil3t 1 i nt 1 of many rhlhlren better to tell It thorn a doicn limes n iUv tliAt they at' too wsw mean for any llama Horn. mevib inaVes 11 fire-engi- the poorest soap is no cheaper. It is moro effective than the strongest vy it is more convenient than the Wars a man Kla irlljrton right, bis! ,si best. Pcarlinc saves labor soon nils It out -- llnm s Horn. and wear in washiiv' clothes I. It. Ilnssnvu, oilltor Christian In lex, AUanU, tin., ivrltz-s- t "I hntousesl lv or cieanii.o-- House. A lew cents will let you rrotlnoiilth unfalllnc; prompt, deoiil.--- fillet." AlldrusTfflsia. :m. try it; common sense will make you use it. I'd m ami Kirne unKluiailoat eroctrs will Ull yoti. The money that Is tho rout of ulleu.ls -- Co'ichs. etc.. llseins's hociiks havo jwrvil thalr ears. eftle-aej- Trstrn ar Tivt Por llrenohlul IIromiiul by .i 'est i "e-lien- uoimtiiT tii.ii MSm a l f I It Hurts at can be washed or cUaucil Pcarlinc. The purest . soap is no safer 11 . tho money Ham's Horn. Tnr.firtn of I'lisurni.nla mm loivartli--- I svilli Halo a Hnnov uf Horrhouiid and l'lko'a Toothaoho Ilrnpi Cure In one ui.u Koon for reflection -- Tim Rood dinner you missed Texas ilf line thai Is In another's poc . : yisi an liniUtkHi. . Beware c horctt KAI 'th. imJ t i,t is at jjiiisI IVsrhnc as" r Is SSI nritr tl.lle.l "the same as I'csrline." IT'S if rrivrrten.lt JAMES rVI.lT. ,Sw Voek. 'aa' fi. r, J, I, CASE THRESHING MACHINE CO., Week. llko Jiang (nt tho piano) D'ye like Playell- - Yes, my my rrfniln, Playcll. loy, the moro you refrain tho better I Do IU iurxiuu s I'll us act like mair e vltiil or4ns, restore msl erniiplext hrliip bac . tho keen ado a' spjn ti e n IIAOINI3, VEIS., Jlltl JIA.-s- t X Ironsides tniNonr Wfturj ?mtt, Trtid Powers and "Ke-mov- At Milton Joseph IVcar struck Thos. Ilnll, colored, with a club, fracturing his skull and Inflicting fatal Injuries. l.ot'isx'H.l.l.'s second cake walk was a big success. A 1' m is association has been organized Versailles. Hi.mkii Hiio.vn WHMirrested In THrFMARKETsT MVKSTOCK-CatHOess-Com- tle Choice Ilutihers Hood jiackcrs Common! 3 a a 4 Ciscissati. fi T.X April 19. 4 (12 M) ' at SIlKKI'-'Mpp- cel IAMIIS-llutrhirs... .. il.,. Lends-vill- e ...! ";. ,.., n ( J bttr a rharao-ter.-,()e- No.3red. charged vvitli nixiii. rorn Na'mlxeel .. legislative comtnitti'e em public (alaNa3 mixed Tin: Hyp Ko.S ft oillccs leported tho bill ll.xlng the gov- HAV -- Prime to choice 13 OlS U IU 01 ftll TX ernor's salary ut rd.noo, with an iimentl-men- t TOIIAC'CO Medium IatlI I.XIO ftli W Oo.l Jjrat that the sum 1k made tT.WX'. IMIOVISIONS-Me- ss It I3"iftll S7'J fiork r)IA ft 10 At l'ilot Onlf, two youths, .Monl.srd1'rime steam. lry IS ft Id roe ColTinan and Jeff MeXutt, were Prtinn to choice creamery .. ! ft 31 In tin practice of llring n pistol APl'I.KS-I'rlm- e, I per 1,1.1 ft 3 3.X I C W bile MeNntt was fooling POTATOE- S- 1'rrbbl at ii target. NKW YOItlC with tho pistol, It was dischniged in 3 IX ft 4 WI KrltTn Pulr mihii' way, nnd the ball enU'redyoiing UllAIN XVhviito fancy W-- 1 I i"U Ungraded ret. ColTiimn's body, proeluclug a fatal ... ... .....,,,., f'llO V, 1,4 COUN-- Na 4 3 mixes! ft .TT wound. ax ft Ar t'imey villi1 Mrx. Siillle Tilfi rd.aged PORK-M- rw ,ne, II MJ ftll N seventy years, eommitti'd siiii'lde by LAItU Western steam it W'i CIIIOAQa Mrs. Tilfords inind takiug cliloral. w 4 3) I'LOt'It Winter mlcnls ... a i K.H had ls'en unbalanced for some time. CHAIN Whenl-N- o. 3 red . ft IIi.miv I)ol.l. mVHi. of (ilngtou, No. 3 CWcatro spring ft eis 40X1 Corn-N- o. 40 ft 3 I'ouimltteil suicide u fewdasago by ruifs 'jst: Data.VaS cutting his throat with u razor. lie POIiK-M- ca. ,',',', 0 IJUtt 0 Ml 111 for some years ss ... e had with u com- LAHU-au-llALTIMOKIi plication of disorders. nnn-ramt- iy 4 Ml ft 4 ax flliAM Tiioiiah, colon-elnas found 3. OlUft Kl'i Corn Mixed guilty of the murder of HerMe ('oil4,ft 4tS Oats Mixed 31'iffl man, ut Louisville, nnd bis punishment ft 771 was fixed at death. Tho ennui for I'OHIC-.XI- ess ftll4 Ol 4 31 GATTLI'-rir- at (4 X!i quality iv hlch Thomas will hung oemm-on 8 OJ ft 8 50 the morning of l'ebrunry U last INIHANAI'OI.IS. At n dance nt Haiigh's Minion Jim ltcd ft Mi; Corn-N- o. 3 is W i Militant! hit I'eter Mcltcynohh on the Oats-N- o. 3 a m back eif the head with the pole of an ax. .OUISVILM. Mclteynold can not recover. His as- PLOUIl Winter patent ft MX M o.3 sailant escaped. red ft 33 43 ft Corn Mixed Limestone, Daniel Dehart and At 41 Oau Mixed,., .. ft 3S Ti-t(S13 1'utton sat down em n rallnmtl .... 2 W vvhilo drunk. I'ntton tins too se- LAUD attam track riously injured to attend Debar' s l. IIUITKH-ChoicodaT.X 1 .- -. m Oats-mlx- e-d la-eam , aiWIN-Wheat-No. .XX I.AHD-Hefliicil OrtAIN-Wheat-NaS OIIAIN-Whcat-Nfun-e-a- aitAI.V -- Winter Ksmllv WllCAT-NaSre- ... I ... . ft i no tin ft I SO ft") ft el M IN ft 3 o ft S3l ft it ft M'i ft K3 S3 ft ft n 74 IS $4us . "Agitator" Tliiesliers, TRACTION rsisl this rirs.-- Sin Primal, SwInglnzStriwStietirs "" lff!!f'OsaltjsjJsft WeTVfSsatJ im SiH feeder and Band Cutlers. Portable-S- i a I MILLS, sA ffi 5m&K PORTABLE AND SKID ENGINES. t'VT,VL()(JIMi! HlCN'tTKlUCItt 'ill AVY ADDUIWH. tm THE POT INSULTED THE KETTLE BECAUSE THE COOK HAD NOT USED Both tho method and results xvhen Syrup of Figs is fnken; It is iilensaut rnd refreshing to tlio tasto, and acli yet fently and promptly ou tlio Kitlucyn, JloiTclt, clcnnscg tho s cd'ccttially, dispell colds, nnd fevers nml cures lmliilual conctipation. Pyrup of Tigs is tlio only remedy ot its kind ovrr produced, pleasing to tho tntte nnd to tlio rtomnrli, prompt In its fiction nml truly bcncUcinl in its cflcctj, prepared only from tlio most healthy nnd ngrccablo subfltnnccs, its many excellent qualities commend it to nil mid hnvo inailo it tho most popular remedy known. oyrup of Figs i.s for Kilo in COo nnd 81 bottles by nil lending druggists. Any reliable druggut who o may not havo it on hand xvill it promptly for any ono xvho wishes to try it. Do not accept nuy Bys-tclicnil-itchepro-eur- GOOD COOKING DEMANDS CLEANLINESS. SAPOLIO SHOULD be used in every KITCHEN. SAPOLIO $50.00: LITTLE htight - rJf? UVER P8LLB DO I. JDM.S EBfJnb f nfitln rifJ. ntpU minor th wnatf-- l lit lk nt iiigrnrt (urtitarlkl nrrdfil In rvrrr ht itHtl nil(ax)trn Iinnit Mtfn tr t r r 0lrrf HI lil-In AT l, wii ur ititrr rsjlltl hi 1 M-lt- 1 aWii. ft lie-- riht Uv n timuti htp rnrrp nod ?i ll.niini' . In )iu) MnriHvrr, Hprltmllt I.!, Ohio Cor - UUlUilLV ACTlUf. coini-lcilor- i by lMirlfjlng . MMmI, lLKtLV VtUCTAULir. 50T CHirK K0K 8ICEEN. fort for MCll llAlh-A('IIK.l)nrl- rl dlcitltH(roiu(l pt ii,wrpM uiiiiiiiia inrrirotJM un litai vr,ii( ninur r iniiirti wrrrri in iv Ml urtHAiitiriiauiirr chaflilllliU IUTTIM11 tinfetabi'ik nu itrtin wtllbopalJtotliaarritofanjracalBPoraunrwlio will (ay orrr tilt own nama a accnt.tliat IU Jon ca $500 REWARD WAGON SCALE, (, 5 TON I. not equal acala, ; lor rutrtli'ttlsrn, aililtrs. imly Jones of DlngbaiiKoii, BIoiaratOQ, In any initili', and a ttatitlapl reliable $60 M.T. FOLKS RFRURFD Bubstitulc. CALIFORNIA lOUUYIlU. "" DR. Th FI0 SYRUP CO. SAH fRANCISCO. CAl, KY. Af W YORK. H.Y. ' , . fill fin rkf 9Jilrtl t tullf 4i,rkiiusItQtt amuth, ctivilt0Rtkltii lien kg Ui KhciIi lliiftluraii limit' rtl fv 'Jiticn rttlcr i'(iiu.;r. ' t gnuir,i roait lfrtrecnl,'' i nt itunp. You l Zi vittt nmflfa wk ' HARTER MCOICINE CO.. St. toull. Mt a t J ill J.OloVl Ibai.i.nrDioolliliriii.rtalcaMtirrtw f A.tt nni, I pf Uir aVAHIi 1UII ifCa rjUMtttii Teyndu 11 THE WORLD'S FAIR? 1 1 ftt loco-juotl- Are. feeding n young ihlld vilien her clothing caught Ihe. As then was no one else present lo help her ho was burned to a crisp, death result iig In u few minutes. Is Hii'cn comity .loo Xelsc killcel Hamilton Skaggs, who vius suit to boil strong wltinisb iigalnst NoImiii r iiiui'- - Mil". HlllliKN Yol'.Mi, inothei of Dr. Origlnnl Young, was burned toticiith ut her home, u few miles from thvuislioi'o. Shu vi us stiiudiiig with her 1i.uk to the sTJACOBSOlI tV rBv. TRADE CCsaaaaWaV f vmi MARK RemedSaiInI NEURALGIA, (ioro Tliroat, Btcelllncs, rroit-bltes, Tiny Liver Pills! stimulates tho torpid liver, slrenntheii B TITTTS YOUNG II o MOTHERS ! I'..llnirs w I., sr.rr sn.lsiprmlrt In t'lilesr" In IS1 Ul. Arrssfrwrnls Saw. at fionilnsl rslfs, lllllh A.im i,tTw,,r!.l's I'ulr llntfl, Aillrris I. k( UKIillillt, l.m.s'f ';. !" ll"ll(sn,HKUV Ofei' Vtiii ItcmeilH irWr fit mi rrs Stiff tu to Life uf Mather run! Vhlltl. T.sAlltllnrras,sIlSMr",, s trsfurlti. DCUClnllC l'ssllKUrVllsst'l'l. 'l.w,fr,fc rCndlUnO crfs, t4..rs.lrlsnr a, n ,l(llllKaSl)l, Katklsclss, l, f . I tlsilsaall, 0. run r,ttK,.j u, im,s. J'Uo'a IlerarrtT tar Catarrh la tho , ., i;ulril 10 i sc, uti.i v ucjin-ii- RHEUMATISM, Uumbaco, IleaJacho, Toothache, Sprains, Prulses, Itnrns, Ucalda. Cunra PeoarnT akd PrsamcraT organs, retjiilulo llnl tho bosrrls, nml urn uiieiua1eel ns nn imtl-fItolm t'oiifliirmrnt of lf blllniiainrillcliie. In inulurlulillstrlela their vlrlueanreisrhlulyrreoBiilreilus J'dlu, Hurray 0111I JIUI;, they possets pee'iillar proiierlh'S liisv A'l.rtt- - (mnatoltlofif afolh.r'. 1', Irnil" I freelnir tho srstem fiimi tlmt olon, m nil Un .nlii, Rt.'l itM iiiitcip nuiKutlisI 1'rlce, 'iir. Ollleo, 3D ISirk l'lae '. N. Y. A "SUM 1 iii.twur,t usimt In .ml) rates.- - Mrs. "MOTHER'S FRIEND" u- a h H H der. (lottlh'b I'llebli'i-lliivvliver nml t liiltil Ht'nioi.Ni ii vi ilh an Incurable i hbiiM'lf n ISI'USO, Ills tio n I ties to (lie Uiiils-ville- . SCIATICA, iivrftsttliiiUnllounfnnturttniM.wm Ible to tletrct it. l'rlto, Ml ior lxr. USE TUTT'S HAIR DYE- - AN P mt itirii:i.ii loi.D .Itl.Al,,: I.iimar.Ma.Jan. IjIIi. 1AI. I rss, r anat rrapi.tl. in r.ri.lpl nf I ' "1 i.uiilc, lluufe tu lutlura uia.U-- lm I U)o. HoM liy rlruitglsta or sent by mall, K. V, Ilazcltlrte, Wurrmi, l'n. A N K U iyoa. Aini:itri"iiti ke AditrttMasul la Ikla THE CHARLES A7V0GELR CO,, Ballimoia.Md. iii;taii,Tui' rii.iM'.i, ;... 10., it ii in nr alu uituunihTS. lata that iu ..w y.prr. wmri.NU-i- ii.KAan ' , 9 .4 ssi . i m&mmmm&gi wir;vrar- -" - UA af n !" r iiivaaaaMaaait i"1!' ,mYii m ''' " ,K ' timmtvvmm&sm fmmkt ' J, - '. rtt J- -1 gU. mi