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The Hickman courier The Hickman courier 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1892 hic1892120901 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hickman courier The Hickman courier Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1892 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. ff I THE HICKMAN COURIER. s mm&- ILzzWiLM - PF. , - Fubllthid EviryFrltfiyby GEORGE WARREN Hlokman. Kentuoky. "frfflet-Jaekstn THE HICKMAN COURIER THE OLDMT If WSFAFBR IX JL. FINE JOB PRINTING ICXIECUXICD WITH NEATNESS AHD DISPATCH. BALK DILLS, Street, neit door to CM IlalL ENVELOPES, LETTER HEADS BILL HEADS, INVITATIONS, ETC., ETC GAJLX AND BEE US. AMERICAN Men Snt GEORGE WARREN, Editor. WBSTEIIN KENTUCKY. Prlcoof Subscription, $150 ff9, 1892. D - USTAKMSIIKD 1859. trd und dsl ,r,cj ,hmll i I. i, wit! t ., gi0drfal cation or sum imp Miner a loal' a i ihc pub-... ii- - ... - :. . ... umtiiuunisbrd.rr ccut oi coat fur colli--- Hun Our relations with othir nations ttc now un- Ujaturlictl bynny srrlo mciHtrnvcist l heroin- punned and threatening diffrmiot Willi Oer- many and l.ngland relating lo s,Iloal, of- fairs, wiiii r.ngiatid In relation i.j ili scnl flahrrlis In Iho ll.hrlng tea ani with Chill Kruwlng uutof the II iltlmoro affair have been adju.ird. llirrehavr brrn m gotluhd nnd concluded, under Section 3 of iho tatr fl law, commercial ngrrrment rtlatlng lorrtii s(i trade with Ihe following rnunlrlr lint i, Dominican Spain for L'ulm and ie rto HlWi Uuatrmala, Haitador, tho Orrman rmplrr, Orral llrltaln for certain rat Indian colonic and llrltUhnulana, Mtaragui, llomluraa and Auatrollunsary Iho total lucren-- c In the value ot eiporla to ull counlrlct with which we hive rcilproclty mtrnmrnta tat brrn lai.Tlttfll, lid Inert ar la chiefly In wheat flour, meat and rulry product and In manufacture a of Iron and ttrcl .arid uml-- r. In reran! to the III hrinfra matter hrrreom-mendalha- t puwir lo thr prraldrnt. by prorlimitlon, to pruhlbi jr taking or aeala In tho North Pacific by Am ritan traael. In caae either a Ihr rcault ot tho Indium of the trlbun al of arbitration or otherw re thn rratralnta can lirappllrdlo thr vraaelt of alt coutilrlia. The car of tho L'nlled Mia tea fir Ihr tribunal of ar bltralton ha brrn prrpared with great earr and Induatry by Hon. John V Foaler ar,d Ho counaei who reprea.nl thla goeinun. orrM mnlldrnco that a rraull aulKlwullally ratanttat Inc our claim and mrarrvlng till great I try for the benefit of all nalloo will W at talned. Thr prraldcnldor not think an arcep t ,e reciprocity treaty with Canada can now lo attilnrd, and aujgeal rrtallallon for c ra the part of thr Do- minion. Ice HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY. KY FJUDAY. DKCKMKER JAY GOULD DEAD. Neither Weillli Nor Medical Skill Could Cope With His Disease. Ill I'ml una l'eseelul, niil None Hut tlie .tlrloliera nf III t'liinlly Wire I'retenl II e nf the World's .Host He. Mtn, iniirkAiile uf Mell'-lla- V0Lj!yjir. CONOKESS. NO. 7. In THE PRESIDENT to tho Fifty-Secon- d Makes Suggestions Congress. Oa llio TariH He Accepts tho Verdict of Ncv mbjr. Ami tho IScop'oiiHlltlltty M Loll "AVItli tho NVvt CoiiKroii. Ilonrty Iiiilarflomont of tho Oruinl Projoot. Nicarn-Hi- Workmen Should Have Moro Than Life's Necessaries. Vr It ii. I Nn Longer llely nn Canadian Canal, llul Mimilil fmialrurl imli nf tlur Om ii I'rdi etui .V.IJiia t mr lit of I'nrrlgii I'm.. lllflrreurrt With rr-- 1 lii Moaners of Ilia llutrtiiniral, i:tr. T the i'l.lml refer to Ihe favorab'r roudl tlona affecting ihe commercial ami Industrial Interest, of tin nlliil Mates, ami give statu tlm of wrnlth ami riti;rr. liown Uindlffu aUm aa octlk. the craottiut pfuniicritr S'rtrr In llin hl.lnry nf the rimntrr lai prtntiKllun In rrraxnl no raiMIr andartnc the hiiI to)rarf. aa the I mnt dnnonlrlr. ilifi tutal inluriif our fonttfn traitr in inirt anU rninufariutr.l ilurinn thn U.t rural yrr liKtw.ii'l oner M.ViTnH,(i. ti The arrraim annutl thr prrrtou. ttc lui'cif ovr Iniporli ami of tnrrcliau tl for lh Ira Oarat jrari prior to It'l a II IM.lCS.Uia It lll ! olnrnnt (hit our for mcihiIcJ lliln uununl r'rn trade far an lmrvaof it If r r lur by Im.-.W- I, ;. of Itita In ml 4iiit. llio IninwiM' Known by tbc fact that Itir mm n In nnw iu . wlmlW In Ihr IliP trade of IKtt oier 11, a divtmic In alu" of far ihrn" w of tlf.HJ.rM llir mHi of lmirt 1k valuo nf nur riori darlnK lh IUcl jrar IrM rrartr.t th hicbrnt fHwtr Is llw hi torr of lb- - pMritwut. aiwHiallmt In llim. H of III MI i .r.r II.-b-f lvVI, ant r n.lla 1M1 nur of thr ImrairK of a nut irirm ( Ihc ralm ..lour l.i':Hk.'v . iaitf lit IMS 1 Ii Ihr arnunl mriff for thn tc of prN.r W Itvl nhowii an rirr p-- r "rni Th lu' of lit. Sl4. . nrofllM liar HoMr a mwrkia I a for f'ttj. whkh wnn IK.V.KR.IA1. a v. ri(ftiri b annual aera(r talur if tar tro )isir prior tu Pul tjr IIKV:U.H liw nf lmpurta Durl'iK thr f)Ml jrar ttVt lh doctimrnt TlrprraklrM at noon larsdiy communicated hlaaunuil insageto worda. Pol It delator. m liwcir.it lowing l an extended aynepsla of ihe entire Wapiilxornsi, lire Oerrr, emmrrro rinnliM hi Ursrlror lhrll-- t Iru of th iiwr impmriit In uh a mtrknl lwi.r( )rr rirl lri nr rinrl, Mr im arr'rralr fitvtf &i of thfirounlrjr la fnuud In tho farltnat thr hum-trro- f In xtln hanka Incrrawl lrvmrtaT,Mni,i i i.jrogti n iwn, an In an I tho amouiit of al rroaof iT-'- l In IWW to II Ml lh crnt In IHt anlncrrjNrof Wl amount of In a1na ImnVa an V W.7ia It la rMimatiil Dial V) rrnl of ll.i nrr'tDdln ripiruVmi the Alwtttr tsitiralloa of nwHMmtfd toOki.WJllv. thrlarcrat 'a Ibr h alorr f or nmimmv The aiurcf Ihr lminl uf morfhanillar inlrrrd frtrot itulr to IPW waa 141 r rrnlof thn ot lBiI.rl, aa rnmptml wllhUJJ prrrmtlr Iwi. amtucrt - r rrnt In l01. Intrrcal and roailwin- irClo hat hon a ijr lrtal.r crerral rmfrtl) dlior for Ihc nine month, ol a tlmo In "Tticrr nrtrr hia our Malory when work wit ao abundant or when wam wrr aa hlsh. whether rnrautTitlij tho currrnc In whlrb Ibrjr aro paid or hjr thrlr pnwrr louplty lh nrcraxirlra and tomforta at llfr." Ctoorrrnlnir lh repuWIoon pollry of protrc lion hr "I N:ire hit the protrctltr ajrilrm, whlrn ha row ii r Mmrlliin more than thlrtjr yrura rontlntioua j prrallrl In rmr leu alalkm, hia twn a uurlilj Inatrumrnt for tho (leirlupmrrit nf nur nalkwial xrallh and a moat powrrful acrnr; In protrctlm tho hornet of our working men from the IcvjOon of want I have folia ino.l aoiuiuiui Inlrrml to prrai-nIi r working roilr ralra of wapii. that would not onljr (rltr itally hrrad but auppljr a romforUMe inarntn fiirlhwr iHiiualtructlona and f.imlly rtimturla and rn)urinriila wllhoul which llfr la hoieful nor awrrl Thry aro Amrrlrai rltlrrna a purl of thr nrrit jmnip'o for whom our ronatltuilunand Korrnmrnl wrro frainnl II ran not lo a ami Inatltutril-an- d of that nmalllutlon loa IrxlaUie a. In prr lndfnit''ntr, arrtr In thrlr hnmraihe lojaltr anil arna" of Intrirat In thr irovrroinrnl which ar (a.rntut to iii1 citlirnih'p In praer and which will l.rlnj Ihta till wart thrniMf aa In l"4l, lo tho drfen.r of tho tlar whm it la aanallrd. It la not my purpoar to hirrtho anjumrnt In fator of a prourtlvr tariff llir rranlt ot thr rrrrnl rlrctlon mual hr arrrpted aa having Inlrmliict'ri a new atllry U'r mtiat aaaurnr th.it tho prrarnt unit, con ttrvrtnl uim thr Unra of prulrotlon. la I" tr rrpoalnt, nnd lh.it there la to Im aulwlllulrd for It a tariff law rnnalruetnl aolrly wllh n former lo rrrnvr. that no dul) la In t huher " rauar ih' lncrrao will V, p oprn an American mill or Ucrptiplhr wnsranf an Amrrlran work man, Put In rtrry roar aucha Mir of duty la In to linlaiaril aa will tiring the Irruaurot thr t'nllr.1 Slntra thr laritcat rrturna ot rrtrnur 1 tin rontrntlnii hat not tirrit brtwronachrdulra, but N'twrrn prlnrlpli a. nnd It would li often lvr to atmcrat ttut thr pn'allln party will r.ni rnrry Into Irclaliitlon the prinrlplra by It and tho pledge uttrn '" imsI by tho The tariff lillla tho at the Uat araalon liouar of trprrarnt-itUr- a wnr na la auppoard.rtrn In Iho opinion of their promolira, lnadriuitr und Juailllrd only b tho fact that thr arimir nud hmie ot rrprr trncilltia wi ro not In nccord nnd thit mm fral rcvlalon could not, thrrrforr, Iw under takin I rrconuni ndtlitt tl.r wholr ntihjiclof tariff ictlMon l left to Iho Incoming roniirrta It laa niAltrrof rrnrrt that thla work tnuat bo drlajtvl for at feint thrrn montha, for thr lhrr.il of nrrat tariff chanura Introilucr to much uncertainly that an ninaunt not onilly ratliiintrd cf bunlncaa Inaction and of dlmln lahid prudtiillnn will nrrraaiirlly rcault It la (aiaa.t Ir, nlan, lh.it thla tmri rtulnty may result Indcirrnard rricniira from cualomadutlra, for our nirrchnnla will mako rnutloua onlcra for fori Un rotala In ilrw of Iho pronrKCt of tariff reduction and Iho uncertain!) na to whin It will inUorflci't. "11iiio who hair iidiocntrd a prolrcllto tnrlrt ('in writ afford In Into thrlr dlsuatmut forii.ii.lH of a rh.ini!0 of dlcy dlanpimlnliil. If ii ay Mem of ruatomt dutlra can lo (mined that- will act thr Idle whn la and looma of I'.u rliix- In motion and crowd our ware hou.ca wllh fori lnn mndr gooda, ami ul thr auinr tlmo luep qurnwnmllla buay lh.it will itlo tia an In rrcaanl mrllrlullon In 'tho market of llm world, ofacrralrr aluc than Ihr homo innrki't tint will jrho In that wr Mirrtmlcr rrriiaol work lo fonltrti workmen niam pl to be conaumril by our product wlthiiil illiulnlalilnif thr umouiit of work riuiblo lliv lo lo dono hire, tti.it will Amriliiin miinutuclurcr In pay In hla workmen rr cent, more In from llfly lo one hundred waire ihiin . ild In Iho forrlgii mill und jet cimpelc In our market und In foiilKit mar to krta with tlm lore k'h produrer. Ih.lt will fur ttier riil m tin coal of ur Hi lea of wear nnd food wllhcil inhu'lnn Iho wni'raof Ihoar who pro duce him that can br relehrnlrd, ttfler llH ff frcln 'nv bcrn roilluil, aa It riim'tat'on In bcrn, In i:uro'iiii u urll n In American cities, Ihr u'llhorw ut.d piomuli rs of It will bo entitled Wr h vi had In our hi lo thi hlKhrat prulso Iho lonlniKird torynuruli crltnciofprolectlvo tariff IirfI fecial In rtMiiun and h.i not lelt thun, und t o thla riieralloit of cnu rcnenition I not highly In liilhonnl 'Iho fr.'indaot the ittudhiayati in, wllh iindlmlnlihrd contldento In Hi principle Hey hato udtocutnl,' will nwntii reniliot the new cupirltmit cf tin Ihe head, Hi . ini'f to ll in l" aulilinl r.l wllh i en i k tul 'hi pi. d ill i.oli' II i fact thai tlifa na. "public riKiuuci amounting tu ll,ll,u;ii,'.ViB ir I l(t,Tll.lH tank rlraranrra for nlnr lanniha rndlnc 1191, anmunKtl u lll,0lli,:i.' Splrnl-- r lor tho MHir lninlh. In "tl Ihry amounted 16 Tru1 , fr itraHla n prrarnt thr Jtlnjjof KVIHit) itrlt r l'l rt IUtn wari-rarnt- n anri(y. lrn nj irier!ii vaaloii. On the tM of September Innl. t proved regulation rstabllshlng a tttrnty-da- y quaruiillnt! lor all vrtscls bringing immigrant iroin foreign porta Thla order will ho nm tnued nforrc Some loaa ami suffer nr him risulKd lo imssongers. tut a due enrn of the 'homes of our pooplo Justlflpsl n ...I. j...- -. , II... , utmost precaution There isdatig. r Hint with the coming of spring, cholera wlliugiiin niimr and n liberal appr iirlitlon ahould bemaile at thla araon to enable our quarantine nnd nort officer to ciclude tho deadly plague 1 llut Ihr moat careful and mrlngrnt rjuaran-tin- e regulation tmy not bo aufllclent abaolutelv i tornlude thrillaraar Ihnpnsrr'a of innitary atlencn ha liren auih, however, that II approved precaution arc taken at onto to put all of ourrlllra and town In tho brat aanllary condition and a prnvlalon I made for Itolatliu any tporadlc caira and for n thor-ragdl. Infection, an epidemic can, I amaurr, bo avoided 'Ihla work apartalna to tho local authorltlca, and their rriponilbtllly nnd the Iiilly will be appalling If It It neglected or unduly drtajed. We are prculdrly tubjr't In cur great porta to Iho apreud of Infrctloui d aoaara by riaon of the fact that unrntrlcbd Immigration brings to ua out of Kuroienn cltlea In tho over rowdril ttrcmge of grrat atram.hip a larfi number of wron whoao aurroundlng make them thr ray iicllmi of tho plague Thla ronalderatlon, a well na thoso arfrctlng the inllllral, moral and induatrlal Intereata ol our country bad in to renew thr aurgratlon that admlailon to our country and to tho high prprtireaaittt tu rtttarnahlp ntiouta be more rr atrlctrd and moro careful Wt hire. I think, n right and owo a duty to our people, und tape dally to our worklru,' people, not only tokrep oulthr vlclou, the Ignorant, tho civil dlsturtirr, the pauper and contract laborer, but lo check Ihe loo great Pow of Immigration cow coming by further limitations lteform In Ihe election method It again urged In Ihe following rnrneal word ten. j "I have In each of the thrir annual mcaaages A hlatoryof the. C hillan contruieray Iheprealdrnldrawa Ihe lean that whi.ewr which It hat brrn my duty to aubmlt to con ahould dial In a liberal aplrit with r,rlht.r r attention to the evils and danger republlca, we mut Inalal Uion a Ju.t reap . ronnrci.d wih our election method and prae upon our or , Her a Ihry are relatrd to the choice of officer blllty for any Injurlea Inflicted of the national govermmnL In my lat annual rrprearnlatlyrt or upon our cltlrena TV. alatenre. klixlly and Juatly, but firmly. mV mratare I endeavored to Invoke acrlou alien rnutui. tr I bclloir, promote aco and tlon lo the evlianf unfair apportionment! for will, congreaa I ran not doao thl message wllh The trtllemrnt of the liallan Imbr In a manm r hnnonible tn thr t'nltrit via- out again calling attention to il ee grave nnd notnt wlthaitlafactton, and our fop Ign i. a threatenlr.K etlls. I had hoped thtl tt wna po Ir.iulry bv mrant tlblr to a'curr n llona In general trntnt al length. With rrfrrence lo the Nicaragua ruin, '.. ef a ooimnlaalon. Into eilla thr rltenco of I which kiwwn to all, and that out of this thr prral cnt aava "I rep at with great rarnratneaa the rrr m might grow W eMallon from whlih all thought of atrlln advantage should tie rllmlnateil mrmlaHon that 1 hair made mrntien In W"i' mcaaiieatolhe Inadequate aupiant Kile ;,. and only the higher thought appear of main, talnlng Iho freedom and purity of the ballot AmcTloan company rngagnt In Ihrcematri. i , and thr equality of Ihr elector without the of Ihe Nicaragua alilp canaL It It tooirralate tl.r value from el cry UMlir n f guaranty of which thr goierninent could r.eter havo Nrn formed, and without thl great rntrrprlar and I hnl there m.i i time rvrn tn thla congiea. to give toll an m the continuance of which II can not conpuna that will Inauro thr rorty cornplei - nf tinue lo riltl In prace and pro-rllII Is and Ihe cwnul and aecure to thr I'nl'rt Ma'. ul lime that mutual chirge of unfalrnes fraud brlneen the great pirtlca ahould ceaac, prowr rel.itiun tn It when conipliUil and that the ttncerttyof thoe uho profit a Cnanrtal oprratlona ol thr g Wllh tho mrnt IhrmraaagedealarlatMiraKly The more dralre for purr and honet election ahould be brought to the test of thrlr willingness to tree liniairtanl facta aro hero prcartitrd 'Tho rrotl of the aecretary of thr Irra- - ,rv our legislation and our election method from In view of thcm.t.t everything that tendt In Impilr thn public eon will attract fldraco In Ihe annouinml iraulk Is II not tlm tnUleadlns s'atem'nt thai hair .en ma v a that we should come together upou the h'gh to the atalo of Ihr nihllr rrvenura nin t farttaboukl not only be atatt I t , plane of patrinliam while we devlso mrlbnd rti-.- i looking Into drtalla I rat thai shall secure the right of every man quail-Brhlnllnl by law to entt a firr billot and glvo to cv thai Ihe ihiMIc dibt ha brrn red Weil .line March 4, i!W;i.Swl. nn.1 the anaoa i vr rry aurfc ballot an equal value tn Choosing our ' nr public offlrrrs and In dlrretlng the llry of the aernml. that then est charge til Ml I mM oui tor ienaliiH during tin ait" i . govenlnrnt, President Harrison eloar his mrsave aa folirjI'imuptoNineml.-- r 1 HsW. lat.vi.lT tn eirraanf till IW),3a4 (U over Hie aawi 01 p n rl lows. 'This rthlblt of thr work of the rjeeuttio dwriiixihriatrloOfMm Mairhl, IfsVnM. i dejwrtrornta I auhmlttrd tn rongre and tn and ihirt that iimlrr lk ei .. i 1 atx-u- t i thrpwMiela tkehoie that there will br found aV""l.,,il tariff up lo Iecmbrr n In It a due arose if re.iamaiMUty and an iHiir whl-- would luve berncnlleclrst aia lairlrit augar If tlic dulylwd bennMlm-- i ..I earnest I urpoae lo maintain Ihe natlu-- nl houor i and to promote thr happlnes ami proapcrlty of haa gone Into the awkela of the preple at Into Ihe i"UUllc treatury aa T.' ' all our people And thla brief exhibit ot the growth and prmpcrltr of tho country will Rile rnur lor the flcal year rndlngjuae' from allnwrei-- were lltl M.SI 2f, and v n u a Irirl from which to nolo Increase or pollcle that new legislative irndllurr for all purpura wrrr IILVaU sat M draulenr nuy bring to u no reason There I l leaving a balance of ra.lil I aUM Tier why thr national I (luence. isistrnndp osierl during Iho year upon ttio public el ' Ito snuflj 0". The aurplua In the treamry a. ' the ty should not otnerve the tame rates of Increaso ImnW rtslempllon by the a ot that hate rbarnetrrtrrtt Ihr past thirty years fuml, July II, IK" i. lo the general fund, fiuah ' in We carry the great tmpu'as and lnc.oae ot large the cwh avallible and ua- i for these years Into the future. There i no reason wbv In many lines ol tho rrtaluctlon we should lha aymrnia raado upon Ihe puttie -- ni notaurpans nDolhrr nallons"aweiivelrr4ya (Vmpirrd with tho jrar IffJI, nur hlln our donr in some. Then' are no near frontiers to ruatomt dualra fell 0.1 ll!,cai,1t( receipt from Internal revenue mere .inl IJM,-Jrill- , our poaslblr development. llctrogretlon would IIkkJamim IIakiiiso Iravlng the net lot of rrrri ue' om thrar be a crime K.iecut ve Mansion I)rc , l)X principal aourrra J3,;as.4irl The tetloaaof 'a The rrirnue fiomall aurers waiUJ' rrrrnuea, rttlmatnl and ailua for he ftaoal TO THE RESCUE. year rmllng June ). thr at 4 i Vntiititrrra Itraily lo senrcli for Verlioeff liMSi.3ai it, ami the nen.l tbreaat In I'nlar flrglnua. f rreeipUover lull 1ia'l II ahowlngaauralaa I.OIISVIH.K, Ky., Dec, T Mr. Amer-Ict- is rieiidllurraof irti.ufX Ihr itth balance In yrar It la thr treaauryat the end if thr hiiumra' call for volunteers to Join e. limited will e li),V,3.'f.U3 The rtllmatetl recrlpla for Ihr fiaoal yrar ending J .ne.V) 9l, the propoaetl e.tpeilltloii to set out for J and theratlmatrd appropria- Orocnlnntl In search of jounp John Vcr-Ikh-IaroHAi 131 tho missinif mejitber of tho tions nv.Ml.Tt.131. leaving as estimated aerplut ol rrcrlpt cvrr f rdlturea of 1'rnrjr'fc rxpciiliioii, )m nlreatly met ITI.tali.mtnV This dors not li.enle any paytilth ntinicrcus responaca. Nono of ment I the alnklng fund In the remmmenda-lioof the arrrrtary that Ihe aiak ' g fund law thctn ttcro by letter. Such n inutlioil n of bond l of rnmtn itnlvution tvns too slow for tho rcimlsl, I rnncur Tiered, mp" alnrr ihr ptasago of It.e law to J mo SI, IKJ3, cnthusinstM, so they enmo In eron, hat already rlreetlnl Hie renulremeni by Iho voyage, ami turn of V),fitu.fl IS The rrttrcni. nt of bond cajjer to hear all about the In thr future maturity ahoi d be a mat- Impntirnt to set out at once. llntlncM tr.iusncteil In Koom W of ter of conn nlrnco, not of din i". hm We but tho Courier-Journal ould not cedlrct re l ro lie for thai Inilhllng hail to bo uuly uoe any rnaiMil aurplua. To he laltncr of tuna for temporarily stisponileil Monday in onlor ISCMXiuiittof rrcrlptaoirr that tho North pole iirponauts might Ihe year l"!M ahoukl l ad led theraiimtted v .JTfiri. lie recelvctl unit Ititertletteil. It tins the trglholngof the yrar arwl from thl agrramtr there must t dislucted, astonishing to fintl how many people a atateit by the wsrrrtary, ulaiut lilirtMwi ot ttero iinlitteil ttltlt a deslro to go upon approprlat n ' Ca Imatnl unrira-ndrbut this perilous journey The tiller iiuetllon 1 briefly Mr. Simtnes tins notlntottn tvhen the prraldenl withhold, any recommendation In view of Ihr fan Ihil the Monrlary roofer hi visitor called, nnd many of them t lieu I now anting and no conolution bit been left without giving their names. Mr. have hernia ...,,.,., lgl.n nt that time that the strong master mind had censed to buttle for life. Ills children were nt his bedside nnd they rrcognleil that the hope, of the past few tlaytt ttero vanishing niid that the end ttnt not faroff. They tearfully admitted this to a few clohO personal friends, nnd then begnn tho vigil which anly ceased when tho last breath left the body. Nmv Yoiik, Dec. a Jay Ootilddlcd at 1'rldny morning. Tho direct cause of Mr. (itmld'o death, as stated nt tho houso I'riiiiiy morning, tins pulmonary coiistimptiou. Tho scene nt the house nt midnight was not extraordlunry. It was stated 0;1B i lr at iv. in i, ls ti acd )rt ru ri pur", rni dlurl, i'krol f l'' A continuance of the p llry rf granting aulnldlra lo atoamahlp line in Ihr form of Increaanl ity for carrying the mallt U urgnt "No aubjrcl, I think, morr nearly tiHichra Ihe prldr, tho (wwrr and the of our country than thl of Ihe development ot our merchant marine upon the rx If we could enter Into ronfuence with other competitors amt all would acne toslth-holtake goiernmeul aid, we would a our chances with Ihe rest, but our great haiccMnUlaheil, and malnta lied their line by goiernmenl aula, dies until now thry hair pracllcully culwlrd u from participation In my opinion no cholio tt left ua but to purtur, moilerately ol lrnat ihr atmo lines ' ta'e navy there I thl. As M the United Ir. creating pnrngrugh Contracts line been let during this admlnla-trallisi- , under tho approprlaliona f. r the Ihe navy, Incln.lliig new eawla and their nppurlenaiire,lotli' amountof f A.OOdM, and tin re but hoeu eipendil,durlrg the anno period for hitair at nun iii.i tmllar work t,u i "'I without the smallest 'MHilor chargo of fraud or partiality Thorntlu.tnam und Inlrreat of our luvul orilcer, lSruf thr atnfl and line, have In i n greally kliull.it. 1 hey hale rraiunded magnltiii ntly tn tho c.itlldrrro of enngresa nnd hair denionatralrd tn tho world nn umicrllril rapacity In conatrucil.in, In elerj thing Involied In Iho build Ing. eiiulpplng and nilllni; of great wtr.hlp ' Commenting on tho report of the oommla alonerot analoiia, the president said "The riiairl ol tho comm'stloucr ol pent ons, to whlilicilendrd notice I f hen by the -- trro tary of Ihc Interior In his reairt. iilli nnruct Judged by llio aggngato great attention umouiit of work done, the lnl year hat iia'n In tho hlatory of tho oirice, I tie Iho lleiolhat the orgtinlnilloii of the omen la em clrnl and that tho work ha horn done a th lldillty The pjKiagnnf what Isknuwrt n- - me ilisiblllty bill bat, as was foreseen, erj irIt linrt used Ihe annual illRtiurptmenia t the disabled ell ran til thn ilvll war The for Una II mil year was IHI,i'" wus iippriiprlald A and that umouiit derlclcncy iimounllng to ilu.Hl.'n.'i uiuat tiled for nt this aemion Iki prut Iho isilmato for isnslous for tho llse.il jciiri tug r Juno Ul, IMii, Is IlikVOMXil. 1 hr ruinml of (icnsloua belleies Hint If thopriarnt I. ' lion und method nro mulnlalneiand f ner uddlllons lo Ihe pension laws nrr not uuku iho maximum tiidlturo for he w rraihed Junr.'i), I'lM.nnd will lent ihr In, Heat I ndln ro i die laiiut uss.nmimicr .nnunt ili-i- i expreaaid In preiluus me.anses l .' ih" earo of the tllaabli-holdlersof llie war ' he ret e lion Is n mutter of luitlotinlionci m iml I'trhaps tho emotion uwlsMsilii nan , duly that of gratllude but 1 munottellrio tin' 'hi ' procest nusyei r uiiieiiu lolut with um plo that would siistnlii thu ikillci of reir King thr euro of tlirai'dUiiliIul tetiruusiu tin by loiul lass.' ijuiitniillne reuti ullonstind thurtsiili ion of Immigration git intention, n folloaa: 'Iho subject of iiu.iriiulliie rigulatlon " Killoii and rontiolwas bronchi auddi to my iittintloii by the arrival ul our purl n laet of te.sd un fi .ir.i (juiirnnllno rrgiilutlont should K. u ..nu at nil our loria Uii'.tr Ihe ion, i n tin if urn plainly wtlLlu the ex (ul. ml JurltdUtu.ii wluti t.iid M i i iti'iera tlitili Uglal.iie - In my ,, i iiu nhiilo sin ju l aboulii la- tukili Ihli, i mi, ml iiiitiiiMp uit iiii i i; lui to lilt lu piutu'l our noplu uguliiai pi'ui iu-- j teachisl Kosenham.tCo., Max Wolf, tilth was ono of tho applicants for u berth, nUo hiii Mr. C. II. Ilitrks, of C51 a Third avenue. A airnuge Arrldrnt, Imiianai'oi.Is, IniL, Dee. 7 David Scot, 6 year) old, nnd nf unusual titrrngth, Monday ttngeretl that he could pull a horse's tail out by the roots and ho attempted tho experiment nn ono of his own uiilmals. He failed In hli brutality, but ho succeeded In pulling the horso backward upon himself. Tho liorso crushed him down, breaking our of his legs nnd othcrtvlso Injuring his ottner. CI lo 'i und Dairy Commisslotier MeN'enl has discovered moro Imitation cotTeo ttlilch l.tcouflrrllnoof riilltont foil under tho con Ire lloiiml l"r Tito Venra. ' n fac simile of the berry, but which trol of thi man, tthom other llnanclcri called Is composetl of ryo Hour and other forllio' wlnird" of Wall street, until thousands,. .Pitn.ADKl.rillA, Dec 3. Tho steam w etc, to all In eign Mibstnnre made Into tho form of uiin thousands ol tntlea ot road louatr nas nrnveii ni mis port irniu trnts and purposes, his own With a singe 1'iotterdani. During her voyage sho fell u colTcc grain, move In tho atoik market he could arfrit Una In with tho whaling bark A. It. Tucker, city tn in !lal matters not only In cu-rA 1'na.riigrr'a ratal Jtitnp. Capt. Ilalcor, which had been nearly IIIIA7II., I ml., Dec, 7. Geo. Slaughter, Country, but In London, Paris nnd Vienna two nil of tho young man who was so badly in- sell. turned his attention to the telegraph at tlmo years out. Nearly inclosed this He in tvns jured by jumping from a passenger fem ot Ihe country, nnd did not real un'ti ti ico in tho baric bay, entirely shut Hudson's train on the Chicago nnd Indlnnn Coal aad a monojioly of Dill, nud controlled llu VAi t hi from tho outsldu world. The baric well railroad at Winn's Crossing last week, lantlc inblo aswere Wn this enoigir N railroiuls In at ull There tins in fairly good shape und tho sailors died Monday. In mo" YorlJ ilty rtprescnllng million nil healthy ,'uotttlthstunding their long of tin re llorewn more work siege. All of them ttero very hungry His New Gng. Tho good lady markable man, and In lo Ihe hind "' theeiid for news, however, nnd Capt Willis, of opened tho door to his knock nnd unit- lussed under ti' dlrretion. Talk ( Aladdin's lamp! It wn but a d i'l tho I'onnr lowered one of his boats and ed. "IM bo obliged, mum, fer some-thirusiy offiilr, pi iceil ulongslde the brilliant - ' sent the bark's crew u load of nowrpa-pcr- s to eat, mum," ho whined Thirn I noth ng in lui ntid miscellaneous literature. "Whew," slto Milfl'edi "you hnvo been ot this man's ccnlu ilelicd for a Inlni.' thin olmo Ad.im drinking; I can smell II us strong ns ortlitlon llio plain tlnilghtforward sti rt ' can rli.il South (Hrollini I'riililbllloii Hill. can be " "No, mum, you can't," he this tnin'b life It I simply unparalleled Hi ti n Cui.umiha, S. C, Dec. It- After it hard Insncier lein anyihlng llkoli, nnd go whined, as ho held up his hands, pleadilight tho prohibition committee decided lo u lint there Is ngly"Thnt nln't llipior, mum, tlmt'h urerssay mirrleil when net ir likely young n. an to report tho Child's bill favorably, (loiilil howa a medicine, mum. I just got out of tho and wns ntwiiy dotnestlo In his hibii He with thero to ono tin amendment hospital, mum." "Oh, you poor thing," loved his family and home more than inot n n dispensary agent In that county, anil each Society, lie rami i.otlung fo " she apologized, and took him in, much doto-slaattenllon loll. Though In pid four In Charleston, at salaries of $l.bO0 to tho success of his new gag. Detroit he puhl Utiletho Metropolitan oera hoi each. Tho proceeds of the sale of for a liox In I' red I'ri s i. mi seen there but rarely He iiiientul tl' liquor to permit holdets is to be turned H' but iiolnlth rugularin Mr. Wade, u husband who ilesetves llirsitirsat tlinm,known. cxpreid any tiLi "ter to tho state. Tho ir'iiority ttill so far ns r submit u tcportln futorof the Perry eanoniration, unco mentioned to his niter liliin arts, of tiiuslc, Ihr dran hill, which provides for tho reference wife u tingle clrcitmstnuco that ho had iltiralute. although he dldwrlte it hisnrv i of tho matter to the people. read that day In tho newspaper. A lieliituire louilly that la regarded ttlih fai lOlleclois of rire nud lurlous IhhiU passenger oti'ii steamer ' I null set 'I he I 'Ihe l.i' .tit U r ulunya had n liking f. r n lu nnd llowi r. He tH'nt a large ntnount ef tim hud fallen Coi.ujinrm, ()., Doc. a Holland has had never Uu'it seen again. "Was ho be.iuiifil I'aincriaiul rnrop!. nts for hi h the miiilo nmd weakened nndKarb. n confession to the koine ilroit lied?'' asked Mis. Wade. "Oh, no; nrd t'iriliiKHt Tarry tow ti, nndbctM mayor, Mr lio ndtnitted spec. miti of orilililH hato dm of course not," Mild Mr. Wade; "but ho IhCle llut In tl 0 tun II Mr. Gould Iiu d ti if killing of lltoiows, but refuted to give his motite further than that ho claimed plalnlv Hi e m my men whom liieoiuea an i. hii allied his nnkle, bellcte." jiar. in Mttio.Mlp. -- Mio (engaged for an th lit ili'iiOii h .mm full of buliiiss at a una to bo Insane, lie eoner.it tl Penney, Ills had his etenlng party) It Is not quite time for Itul to lit ter was nkyfunlly l.lki mo .ti.r whom ho had previously iuipliviited. Hq hns been removed to the nmnty jml ' ' b tUrasmin. Im muld sot lolilai un .tin Is it, Mr. Spuotininore? us tobtait jet. 'a a iijfliisll,iic,i ng, white Asl k. "t while tjl, w.fe u.ia nine, rln I -- Nn, Miss Daisy, but inn always lie I1' i liapittaiy I, - Mm uhl dd It ii)llie gteut liar will 'Hid uurly blitl, you know, Ulbi hltd il. i in my l.tmw Thm Mr early. ' llm ! fin -- the the- - mv that yiiv in a.biltlit; Iv tlioao Mali lb- the--- ei Jewelry store i liiti'lifh U'Ire In Watson' nMiii'1, Ml- - llaisy, they Mty inn be seuu iirorgaiili-i- l for tl. puiPHse of n 'in. ,lir N. C. Is Mippomil bn hnvi In Oi'ighmtcil attompleil buiglury quite illsdiimliy vtitu u good op.'in Nor was Vr Could wlm mhi o k rw ii" ' l gluss. - l.hlcago Tilbtllie, Mta, (4U,1U0: iLstirauce, f la.OUO. icIlgiDka wau, bthowaaas tclijloia at mail Co,uinrn, Imitation ()., Dee'f. - Stnto rood Coriee, nndnpldly growing moral and religious seniment In favor of tho repeal of the World's I'alr Sunday clewing act. One rmncnt dlvino nftcr nnother Is coming otltin favor of this hberul movement, X. It. aecretary of tho Thompson, Wcrld'i fair fcunday Opening associa Roultl, Mr. Howard (Jotild, Mr. Harold tion has received the following letter Gould and Miss Ann! Gould. n his eminence, Cardinal Gibbous, of Thn news of Mr, Gould's death spread fro quickly and almost every person tt ho llatimorc: Cmipiiais RrinrNCK, Nov 5S. passed up ordott n I'lfth nvenito stopped Mr J It. Thompson. and looked nt the house. About 10 o'clock yt arreted Sir A quiet openlntj of thr Chicago messenger boy began to come thick and fair next year seems to bo most desirable. There aro many who would be otherwise u. fast. Richard A. Gnllowny, first the privilege of uph .lulng what promof the Manhattan elevated nrtTdof the evetit of the lentt'i 1 he M orld s ise, to be railroad, called before 10 o'clock fair will gather together Ihe miM w .nterful Several ladles called, but nono of them pruluctton ot human skill ant u .uliy, the asked to bee meml'crs of the family. restllsi'l tbe ctolutiuna and r i'.is. ,r ages. Im-No one ahouM be prrtenti They evidently hnd no other purposo tin wo work of man, and ivory opthan to Inquire about Mr. Gould's con portunity should bo The alorded. ot closing S reticle this ditlon nnd tvhen they learned of his Suidny very unfortunate ycculd bo for many death they quickly hurried nttny. jbiUnds of our countrymen who would be At 11:05 iter. Dr. John It. I'axton en- tcnpteU to spend tho day In dissipation In tered tho house, nnd left thero about ttdr namo 1 would favor th s i of tl t twenty minutes afterwards, lio told far on Sunday nfternoocs to evening, with the th il all mn'hlnery thou! J liea'oppid the reporters that Mr. Gould's end was jrnlklon w Diechaulciil nnd very peaceful. Up Ui n few minutes be- net lall urgently neiessarylaborlnr nrk that will should In Ibis id fore his demise ho mis perfectly con- J co rot sec nny doseiratlon of Uie holiness ol scious, lie called ull the tnembers of oa t' ' contrary, thee who wi. I rlalt his family around his bedside nnd spoke thi fair on Iheue day will be surelv tncllnrsl lo hearts In Him to each one ot his sous and tlattgU- - rase tin Ir mind and such marvolotw who things. men iv prcaluro tcrs lndl?ldtially. mohrtsi. conscious n few minutes .before hLs J. Caiimnai, Omnos death. CONSCIENCE-STRICKEDr. I'axton said thnt tho funeral ttoiild take placo on Monday next Henry Ianti7eiitni;i r Cotifease to Hating cither nt 10 o'clock lu tho morning or 1'iiiaored I'lto People. nt 4 o'clock In tho afternoon. The MT.iMinri.ii, O,, Dec. 3. Henry n seedy looking mtn, catuo funeral services will bo held nt tho mornhouso The place of interment will m'u polico heaikmarters probably lie in the same cemetery where ing and gato himself up for murder, his wife lies. i anting that his conscience drove him Miss Helen Gould, who has been 111 t. tho net In tho last 'J years ho for somo tune, Is worse, the shock of i mis to havo poisoned liio people, all her father's death having coma Upon of hom died. They wore, as follovts: IM, twenty-Iiu- .V ra O'Ncil, McVeytottn, her tilth terrible force. John T. Terry, who has lieen contears aga llarbaraKiUcrease, IS a nected with Mr. Gould for years, and l'a who is n director in u number of t lio Murray, of New Moorelleld, O., twenty Gould properties says: "Mr. Gould tears nga John I.tnulenlngor, his stated recently that he had 'trusted,' to fatlur, in ISTfl. Mrs. 1'ov, a colored use his oitn expression, the thrco .manof this city, nt the same time. stocks in which he was most interesled, LanJcnlnger was locked uji. He und thnt they could not be sold." rational, nnd there nro reasons The three stocks referred to are Man- f r be.loving apart of his story at leasU hattan, Western Union nnd Missouri "!.!- police are Investigating nnd may I'jeiflo. Tho general opinion on the ti 'ti up some Interesting evidence. Tho atrcct Is thnt Mr. Gould has hnd his pnviner Is single, nbout 40 years old, Iiqiio in good onler for a long time. ot d a common laborer. Intertlows with prominent bankers WANT BETTER ROADS. slid brokers aro to the effect that tho death of Mr. Gould will not have much A Miff Interest Heine Taken In ho Mailer Inllucnco on the market either way. In Indiana. Ind., Dec 5. Great IsiiiA.NAPot.ls, of Jay flould from the barefootnl Tho hlmory mines, throughout Indiana is felt in buy who wandrred oier the rough hlli of county to the railroad king u hose wealth t.ie road congress to meet In this city as estimated at IfUOOI.OiXi, I oneof Iho moat next week. Tho county and city com-iremarkublc among our self made men. His llfo vsior.ers of Klkhart nnd those of 'or tho past tew monltis hi been a constant I i itisville nnd Vunderburg county will (net liable, and all means that tniilcng.ilnit the tt. ml, with other delegates from theso iieibciil skill nnd Iho Interest of friends and nnd other sections ttill bo P el.itlics could suggest weie employed to the tlnaiKler's life He whs taken about i.iually nonrepresented. Southern In- -. .n luxurious cars to plana where milder air .ma, the section of the statu havini' and the absence of buslnea excitement might roads, is much interested t io poorest ic expected to work a ircuperatlouof hlseucr-lie- s improvements, nnd the peoin road Of Mr Oould's career since he began to opeintr ple havo been holding mass meetings to ,n Wall street, columns might bo w rltten were elect delegates to the congress and to thrttort not pretly well known lo Ihe public .iscuss tho question. Many township tho speculation In l.rle, "tho llmclc Prlday" t ustees will attend, and the farmer,' and other cpisoiles aro faml.tar to most New Voikers, and hato lieen olten retold. Surrico It nstitutcs will tend delegates. Six or to say tint from the tlmo he went into Wall K'vui hundred delegates nro expected trtct, tloild forged straight ahead thero was present nt the congress. no going backward, and but Utile standing still nt ten-tr- if llcr-beeamo -tetity-flioyennngap-pi.i-rs Dcla-aar- o n pro-.on-g Dr. Munn, his physician, had Dr. Jnnovtay lit cousultntlun, but they Mi: J that nothing could be dono but tnal.e Mr, Roultl's last hours ns comfortable hen tho end cainn the as possible. tnembers of the family who were In the houso were: Mr. nnd Mrs Oca (lould, Mr. and Mrs. IMttlu (lould, Miss Helen t JAV OOtl.H. elei-atc- sl th'a-.ytini ' Second rlrstlon. Dec b. SgsATK The senile nt tvns called to order at noon by Morton. Chaplain llutlcr opened proece ling with prayer. Then the credentials of Mr Proctor, of Vermont, for Mr Kdmunds tinexplred term, and for a new term from thn Itlt of Mun Ii next, vero presented by Mr Mor-- r II, nnd the oath of ofllco was administered to Mr. Proctor. Tho nsunl resolution directing tho secretary to notify the houso of tho senate's bring In et salon, nnd for Iho appointment of n commlttto to wait on the president and Inform him that congress is ready to recelto any coin munlcitlon ho may desire to mike, were agreed to, and thm Mr Sherman propood an adjournment, on the ground that, according to the public prus. thcprisldrnt's message would not bo till Car r lid and tho senate adjourned until noon -- As tho hand of the clock pointed to IIovsk 10 tnrocsllmites agree a to tho amount ol the hour of 12, SpeaLt r Crisp ascended to tho J Gould's fortune. Th. most cnncrva'ltc speaker s chair, and, ns his gavel dropped, a Utrcs placr It at nlmut f,(ii nX). wh'Io some solemn hush followed the nolso nnd contusion. I'SJilo In Wall street, who think they know Die blind chaplain, Ucv, Or Mllburn, delivJHetlilnghbout hlsnecumulanon. Ilgurelhat ered a brief and Impressive prayer. In which ho hfiiual ha,--e gotten together fully IPJ'VliO.lXKi returned thinks lo tho Almighty that so many 1 1 known holding of securities nro about M of the members had been permitted to resume " mllllo-i- s par value nt their dutlts In safety and In health. A commitwsi Twenty two Whlern Unloa telegraph, which nt l'rlday s tee, compos"! of Messrs. Springer, Korney und pr)c( would fetch about ts,IOi,( UO0"0,a O Nelll (Pi) was appointed to Join a commit-teou- f PS valuo ot Mlstoul which It now tho senate lo announce to the president oJ cosgrraa wero la session. IhatJLiotou and,, ready ato rrteTTtTvirry iron no saw ns ro jnaar. rne HU'O.OlM were presented of tho election Ua tuld ngsof all these stock hare been of tho following representatives to nil lirjer than ihlj, but In snld thi.ni. to either tacanclts Sixth South Carolina, John I tho money In new Issues of bonds of Ihe Third California, S. K Kllgore; SixM lr"orl Pacific nnd Manhittnn tomimnles, or teenth Ohio, Lewis 1' Ohllger: I'lrsl Maryland, tplcar.ee llioe cnmiainb s until Umds could In J II. llronn. They all took tho oath ot office W A ljjli rrillent Information Is that lio ho da Twenty-tourt-Slpe, elected to till tho tacancy la tho l Pennsylvania district, wa, al aMJ'riic ihirdnf the bond Issued on tho I iiltlc system, which would be about lowed lo qualify without the presentation of ll.isi oil his credential, which had not nrn vol. Thu F"ori the forsgoldR figures. which nto aprrox- - dally hour of tho meeting of thr house was Itri' y rorrcct.lt I easy to flguro up In tho fixed nt l: noon. Mr Hooker i.Miss.) Intro- Ot late years hjjituoed n bill to ihange the tirar of meeting of nrl h r'loi.dof congress tn tho first Monday In March after forum: ha Increased rapidly, owing to hi rticrm u income from his tioldlugs of western Tho houso took a recess until 1 elci Hon. 1 stock, to sar nothing of o'clock to plic tho committee time to call on ur.ln a' Manhittan On reassembling the commltteo hit in tmenls In bond. Ills Income frrm tho presld i Ihet ihreetouroca Bli.no can not have fal'rn p'irtcil iot the presldi nt would send In his uiidtr MPOI.IM) s year, and ha probably ci message to morrow, nnd tho bouso adjourned. cxcdji that amount WAStitNr.TON, ofkli neighbors Tor yeir he kr a .ew In a j"l Kplscopil chunh. Suili . r. thr miln "ati In n character the in. at tcintrkiible, In n ircspeel,of h'atlme He was Icrn il was never rpbuM, exieut us to aid brains. Aktne nnd unaided lio ncet mu'nteil n vasi which pataea Intact tn in iluldren. No hwet more simple In lib hab.t. He often W that ho uld tJdir di - i.itet vm tf he tinted to, for ho waaaoionsil .1 hically ItBtho could not use tobnico or take Intotleat-'a- t Muors.' He has teen modi r.ito In whit he ktoer dtank i:ten In Jits mot iicllve Uava, J he was conatantly nt hi offko, ho would ttabnt slljtht breakfast, conltln mainly ol sr.il nills. Ir Uoull would never reply tn a newtpapet upon himself Vat ho hid no prejudice SBlrst Ihe proa, although ho ha sometimes saa he had long been Iho most abused man In country Tor that matter, lie has from tit to time had an Intercut In varloui news-poer- FIFTY-SECON- ay. OMAHA Terrlll"IIJP'ine OMAMAitTJcU, IK'C 0. tr sa- rdy Jacob Gerbcr ! once mefi Omaha, having escaped from th,lMrlan cxlU (o which ho was dootnet. OPr nnd a half ngo. Ho arrived fa.jW'y Sunday night, nfter nn nbsii"Mwcnty-on- o months. After boin K"nt -, iijbweruer of thLs city for six yesreturned to Ittusin to dlssjsaitfBr oi what nronertv ho and brine his fainilv had that to thLywntry. Ho had taken out his Brtuapers here, and supposed th(H to all intents and purNnof the United States, but poses, bawaaments proved that ho had tsjlied tMftchon the privilcgcsof half- for he was seized M oJiBPisi Identity was discovered. Rt ,no 'mo across thn t"Hrgfl-)- y bcrlBBpBiany, nnd at worship in a chllaMpp Without trial or hearing of any aaJKy stu started for Siberia, In spite .ajjWj Us friends could do in his bchatfsJaaaK "ft the friends of the tin- - ' 'lit ' Mr' MAN'S thr Land of the POPE. Pinrtr lion, .111, A the Pnpitl Legale, Is (liven hole Unit nt Liirdlniil Hill, , laW p, comprawaj-a-u-enshl- SiJlt f THE WORLD'S FAIR. WILL HE HANG? Murilrrer la rntrneeil the fourth Time. Jkiiskv Ciiv, N. J., Dec 0. Hdward Hnlllnger, who has been thrco tin.-'hc'ntcnced tn death for tho murder of his wife, and whose neck has lieen saved ns many times by his counsel, was arraigned before Judgo Wcrts Mondny morning nud n fourth time sentenced to death. Tho dato fixed by Judge Wcrts is Thursday, December 2i Ilnllingcr's lnwyer now says ho will apply for n writ of error, which course, ho say3, is suggested by tho text ofJustlco Shires' decision. It will probably bo denied nnd he ttill then take nn appeal, which will act as a stay. Halliuger did not wear such a mnrked air of bravado ns when sentenced the last time. Ho was cool nnd reserved, nnd evidently places great confidence in his lawyer's nssur-mic- e thnt lie will not be hanged. A Cnrrlti.'tl lilbbona Write, n l.eltee I'avor-ln- ; II Hel ii Open Sunday .Mtcriinon CtlC'AOo, Dee. 3. Thero Is a stron; Nriv Jrrey The llorden murder cac, nnd was under Indictment, was killed in attempting to catch a moving train nt tho (station here. At Grand Trunk the time it was thought that his name was Henry Melzar, as be was hero under covor. Shortly after the story appeared, und before tho grand jury met nt I'nll Itivcr, Trlckey went KbcrS. on u visit to hU brother-in-laMelzar, of IJvansvllle, I1L Ho did not feci safe there, being afraid tho grand jury would Indict him. On November 20 ho camo here, registering nt tho Itoynl hotel ns Henry Melzar, of New York. Vomit; Woman foully Murilerrd. Mt. Vkhnon, N. Y Dec C The body of n beautiful young woman was found Monday afternoon in Hast Chester creek, on tho outskirts of this city. When tho bodv tvns removed from tho creek it tins found that a rope was at tached to the woman s walt, and at the end of tho rope thero were two stones weighing together nbout tttcnty-ilv- e pounds. The coroner has ordered nn autopsy to bo held. BY CARS. Wrote the (Jlobe'a l.ltrio ltorilen srnsatlon Hamii.to.v, Ont., Dec 0. Trlckey, the ISost'di Globe reporter who wrote tho sensational story about tho Llzzio KILLED lteporter It ln called careful investlga ik tlon disclosed that the naturalization process had not been fully completed, and that it would bo Impossible for the government to secure the release of the. prisoner. Tho appearance of Gerbcr anion? his old acquaintance, Sunday evening created surprise. Hi story was a recital thnt was full of outrageous; cruelty and suffering. Evidences of the truth of his narrative were amply shown In the frightful scan nnd still unhealed sores In his fleslu He supposed that he was going to tho mines for llfo. It was not until he hnd reached his destination, nine months later, that he learned that he was sentenced for fifteen yearn. Ha was placed in a hunl ot six hundred convicts, and started for the Siberian wilds. The men were ironed together In pairs, and from the very moment that they started their sufferings were Indescribable. Notonco during tho long, weary days of thoso nine months were the metal bonds binding them to their companions broken. When he arrived at Ilga ho was taken out into the middle of n street, and a blacksmith was called, who took off his fetters. Gerber was told that from that time forward ho would have to take care of himself. Ho remained there three months before ho found an opportunity to carry into effect the plan for escape that he had mapped out. He had excited the sympathy of a fellow Hebrew who wras engaged in tho mines and Induced tho latter to tt rite n letter home for him, ask ing hLs wife to send him soimj money. The money, amounting to t"M, tvns sent, nnd Gerber's friend took him to Yulctttslc. Ue paid ". to get to Yakutsk, nnd then took conveyance to Tomsk.n distance of 1,500, miles and paid for it f ITS. Ue had secured tho dress of n nobleman, and carried an olll.lal portmanteau that seemed to havo more to "do with saving him from on- noyanco than everything else, for he was not asked for passports. Money removed obstacles that ho encountered, nnd finally he reached a small town Wfuhlnrtom.-l'l.- IIai.timouk, Dec. 0. Tho announcement made Sunday night thnt Mgr. Hntolll had been appointed by tho popo tt ith full power to settle, without appeal, nil religious questions between bishops and pries tn In tho United States, has caused considerable anxiety iu Catholic circles here. fc Tho announcement was made by Cardinal Gibbons. An effort to interview him on the subject was unavailing, tho only thing that leaked out from him being n confirmation of tho report. What was tho cause of tho appoint ment or when It w as made, ho refused to say. The announcement, It Is almost unnecessary to say, tt ill can so a sensation in Catholic circles throughout the country. Why Cardinal Gibbons should be overlooked and such plcnnry ponura bo given to ono directly from the Vatican, Is only ono among the perplexing quota m iu this city heard ot tions nskctl about It. S , KaKll IUII1UI It-TTI- X itjn a.wiii,. lwikR' U3U l :..l.l.jT , uuuvu ".,- - "T. ,f. ".-T-.TT ,r" JtaafffX..Ji- -. lea on n secret mission, as a special rop-rescntatlve of the pop, but nono had conjectured that he would be Intrusted-witsuch autocratic power os would practically make him tho popo ol America. The chief reason for iho action, and tho one that obtains general evidenoo, is that Popo Leo s long continued III health has determined him to dolcgato such duties as properly devolve upon hlin to one he can Implicitly trust, Such a man Is undoubtedly Mgr. who, next to Cardlnnl Rsmpolli, is 8a-tol- It had been rumored, indeeJ,JVhat in a". . - generally credited with standing nearer to the pope than nny other among thn Catholic dignitaries nt Hume, It la s plauslblo reason, but whether it Is the truo ono can not ot course be definitely known at present. An Interesting subject which came up In this discussion is whether the famous Dr. McGlynn case will bo taken up by Mgr. SatollL It Is a well known fact that the excommunicated priest Is desirous of being restored to orders, and Is agitating tho bubject with nil tho means In his power. Ono of the chief reasons why ho requests a hearing is that sufficient evidence was not presented in his behalf nt Home. He has frequently Mated that if tho evidenco had been taken iu New York, his noted controversy with Archbishop Corrlgan would have resulted In his favor. Now that such an opportunity Is offered him it Is not thought that ho will let It pass, nnd probably the first action by Mgr. Satolll fh his new oflicial capacity as arbitrator, will bo a reopening of the case. DESPERADO WYATT Tuned Hague Ailinlta Hla Disgrace. I'aiiis Dee. tl. According to tho Kol air, M. Dugue, u member of tho chamber of deputies, admits that he re ceived omy f the 1 hierreo checks for ,uuu irancs, tins oeing ins snare uuc from ltaron Kclnnch in u guarantee in which M. Dugue, who incurred cortnin risks, was entitled to compensation If the operation of the syndicate was suc cessful. llellprlu .tiny Polltm 1'enry. I'liIi.Alini.illHA, Dec. 0. Two Green .11. land expeditions may start out from rliiladulphia next spring, tt hilo Lieut Hubert I.. I'eary is raising funds by his lectures for a second and prolonged visit to the great continent of ice. I'rof. Louis lleilprin Is, it is rumored, pro jecting a rival eploilng trip to tha frozen regions of tho north. Prize Hog sn,,r. tle -- r Xasiivim.r, Tcnn., Dec 0. The bench show of tho Hermitage Kennel club opens Tuesday. Tho two hundred prizes to Ih) ntturded has been the means of drawing together tho finest collection of dogs ever seen together hero or iu the south, and one of the grandest collections ever seen anywhere. 'llio Innocent Hy strinders na 1'au.il. Cihcaoo, Dec. 0. During n saloon row, Muttlietv Hilderbraudt, tho proprietor of the place, shot and mortally wounded Gus Y underlich, a drunken s tenmster. Hllderbraud scattered rather freely and managed tocrlpplo two innocent bystanders. '1 heir wounds are uot serious, however. road bill-lot- without being detected. Ho finally a circuit of three hundred made miles and wus successful in leaving lltisslan soil behind him. He lost no timo in getting as lar away as he couid, for he knew he was not safe until ho had reached America. Thus it happened that ho had at last arrived In Omaha, and of tho 1300 that had been sent by his wife he had only ten cents in his pocket when the journey was over. Gerbcr had about 14,000 worth of property when he left here, less than two years ago, but there will be but little of it left nfter he gets his family Gov. Humphreys replied promptly thnt over here. ho heartily desired the prisoner returned to Kansas, and ho would lssno a Tot Judge Knew Better. Dec 6. General requisition for him on tho governor of Tenn., llatchcock, IS years old, who shot and Oklahoma, to be served ns sopn ns killed an old man named Clark, last Wyatt wus taken there. summer, while the latter was working ONE MONTH'S NURSING In the fields was jailed Monday, having been arrested last Saturday. Ho was Yield a Nrsv lork Woman Twenty-Fiv- e arraigned Monday morning nnd pleaded llioiisind Hollar. guilty to) the charge of first degreo New Yoiik, Dec tl. When John II. murder. The court brusquely told him Colton, partner of Collis I', Huntington, that he didn't know what he was talk- was shot and killed in a San Francisco ing about, and, appointing a lawyer to quarrel somo years ago, his mother defend him, entered a pleu of not went Insane and was brought to New guilty. York by her daughter, Mattle Colton. The daughter devoted her lifo to her Boys F.ob a Street Ctr. St. Lorn Dec 0. At 5 o'clock Mon- mother. Two years ngo the mother day afternoon a Union depot car was tvns strlckou with apoplexy, nnd Miss boarded at the corner of California and Jennie Mann, a professional nurse, was Keokuk ntenucs by two boys, ono of secured ns companion and nurse, whom drew a revolver and ordered and she performed her duties fulth-fullA month ngo tho daughter Conductor Wm. Alexander to turn over after Ills money about JdO). Alexander died of typhoid pneumonia throw him olf the car and tho other three days Illness, nnd on her deathrobber fired at Alexander, striking him bed made n will leaving everything In the left breast, fatally wounding sho possessed on earth to Miss Mann, him. Hoth boys then tied and have not on the condition that she should personally care for mother during the reyet been located. mainder of her life. Collis P HuntingRosenthal Wins. ton was ono of tho executors. Miss Topfka, Kan., Dec rl, Joseph Ros- Mann accepted tho trust and watched enthal, the democratic legislator from over her charge just ono month tvhen Haskell tounty who was counted out death ended her work and Miss Maun by tho canvassing board, arrived Mon- came Into possession of $2000. day morning with a certified statement .Illlllniiiilre Coul Operator Hrnd, from the deputy clerk showing his election by thirty majority. He was Prrnuiritoii, ln., Dec 0. Commodoro directed fu'the secretary of state's of- Joseph Walton, tho veteran millionaire pnnt ntierfilnr. illeil nt his residence In fice and filed the certified returns. Allegheny Mommy morning niter an Horns, Clavtlani Rsturni Illness that began on Thanksgiving President-elec- t Nkvy Yonic, Dec. C day. Ills demise camo unexpectedly as H rover Cleveland arrived Monday mornofllco Mono'clock from Kxmore, Va., ho talked of coming to his ing at He was about 70 years dny morning. it hero ho had been on his shooting ex- of age, and had been in tho coal shipMr. Cleveland traveled In a cursion. ping business here continually slnco behpecial car, attached to the Southwnr. Ho was senior member ern express on the Pennsylvania rail- fore tho Co. MK-irms, i..ttl.lt.4Ltt - -- mtles nf Vita knmn uation regarding Ellsworth Wyatt, tint western desperado, was given an entirely new phaso Monday tt hen Dectective Dtvycr brought back tho news from Indianapolis that Gov. Chose had declined to Issue un executive it arrant under the and refusing requisition Kansas recognize It for to tho reason that ho had already Issued n war rant on tho Oklaliouri requisition. Mondny evening , tho Oklahoma possesformal was giteu sheriff sion of the bandit nnd he will tako him away. Sheriff lSonsnll, of Kansas, not daunted by this turn of affairs, telegraphed (Jov. Humphreys at Topeka Monday afternoon requesting him to pursue the tight nnd to notify the governor of Oklahoma that Kansas wanted Wyatt for tho higher crime of murder. Over Tn Oklahoma Authorities by l,nv. Chase, of Inilil'tn. Tehiik "Hautk, Ind., Doc. . The sit- ii i - ui-- a at tho post oflico in this city It ttill be known asthol'ostal Card Supply department, und ttill bu the point from which other olllees me to bo furnished ttitli postal cards. The supply department has been at Chicago for a number uf tears. Tho new department will send supplies to nbout 16,000 postulllees. All light-ship- s nrd buoys between Montreal and yuebee have been taken up, and tho navigation of the St, Lawrence may bo considered closed for the uary I Poatiil Carili. Cimiwiti, Dee. tl. A netvand Impor ttintdepartinent is to be establisbwd Jan- Tits Cast Battled Iiu t ill's, O., Dec (J. The celebrated ease of Daniel Hnrmon, a gambler against the Crawford county Agricultural society, for money pchl for tho prittlrgo of running a roulette wheel on the grounds, and afterward backing om, tut been compromised, Harmon 1123 of tho 300 advanced, and tin society paying all costs. I season. IN ' Nelson is Reinstated. Nut Yoiik, Dec. tl. The stallion Nelson and his owner, C. II. Nelson, wore reinstated by the board of tho National Trit'ing association, Monday, nt u niec.ng held at tho Murray 11111 hotel. Cordage Trust la Trouble. Jn.aKV City, N. J., Dee. rt. The truns-Atlantl- o MUSIC'S REALM. i ovei-bonr- d mid-ocea- 1 pn'i-nutlt- ' tiei-it- i Tin: highest priced piano in the Dnltet States belongs to tho Mnrquand fatuil. of New York city. Itttas desigurd nnd painted by Almn Tndemu, und cost forty-Ms- . thousand dollars. tho brilliant young l'tllTIto M musical composer, whoso "CavellerU mi much attention Hustlenna" iittra-'te- il InRt season, hus ilnlshod ti nuw opera, "Los llautziois," whieh is soon to be Ho has ulso in performed in I'lori'iice, hand two operas, "Vestilla" und ifrund "Znnotto," nnd will attempt t oper8n"Nt;ro." flvo-ac- great cordage trust was In chancery, Monday, when Judge Hayes, of Newark, applied lo ue Chancery Vun I'leet for nn onler tu compel the National Cordage Co. to Mibai t Its books to the inspection of the unlffe. Decision was reserved. Sbe Cleti Six Hualrtd Dollars. IviS"Vii.i.i:, Ind., Dee. the mr lu the suit of Mary 12. tlrulr n W. Itngnii, u tt lioti proprietor, for fS.OOO for n bioaoh of ir 11111'. returned n terdlct lu fnvvr (if the plaintiff for WW, of Joseph Walton .t NrivTtitllrt lor Oruigra. Ni:v Yoitx, Dec. 0. A cnblo dispatch w hlcli has been received hero k.iys that the steamer IHhelwold, which left 1ft, with I la., on November the first cargo of 1'lorid.i oranges that has ever been exported direct to reached London Suuduy und tho her eargo will 11.003 boxes comprising be sold at auction lu London on Tues-da- j. I' L- Goodsell ehnrUred and loaded thla steamer, as Uh necessity of an outlet lias become nppatcnt, owing to the fact that tho United States at tho present timo produces about six million boxes of oranges, which Is lu excess of the consumption senator Hill's l.ucr.itlvo Position. . Nkw Yoiik. Dee. 0. Senator Da-- id II Hill, it was reported Monday night, hss been tendered the position of genAseral counsel to the Kqultablo Llfo disThe story was surance society cussed among insurance men, and tho pretailing opinion was that Mr. Hill would accept it Senator Hill, it is understood, is ii tailoring tho matter accepts ho will tako favorably h Ul s.im after January 1. It might bo arranged so thnt he could tako the iiluie und retain the senatoraUlp nt tho Tito Kqultablo rcople, Mime lime. lotteter uie wild to prufr that lib glvv if lie iwccpts. ip the eimtundil a, Hng-glan- " ' Sfi. ii - . ' Mr -- m.- "$JL. 111 J 1 " . f3MseafaiwMB5gga rt tt '"'. , .'! 4CL..ai,iFAt.s . X-- .. ii ' ..' . . ... i "'fii 1. '. . ..... if' . .. ' u ,. . .VC. '..ria-- ' :. i . 1. uJtlEi. ,i , 7iiAii 7 iniiraitiifciiT iii wiimin'ii miiiiiniiii&iiir ,. nl.n .. -- '. lAttot. js-- , . .T;7h?C . v.Jh.zz. t Sm il I u -a--. ' '" "' ;-v ' v MA K A!" THE HICKMAN COURIER. Puhllihri EwyFrniiyky GEORGE WARREN Hlokman, Kentuoky. "fflee THE HICKMAN COTTRIE TIM OLDBST NBW8PAFBR IN FINE JOB PRINTING ICXTEOU'riT'iJ WITH NEATNESS AHD DISPATCH. SALE DILLS, LETTER HEADS; BILL HEADS, INVITATIONS, ETC., ETC Jukun Street, nest toot to Olty Halt, ENVELOPES, CEORCE WARREN, Editor. WESTERN KENTUCKY. .... Prlcoof Subscription, $150 ESTABLISH 151) 1859. HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY. KY VJUDAY. DMC'EMHER JAY GOULD DEAD. Neither Wealth Nop Medical Skill Could Cope With His Disease. Ills l:ml mb. I'rarrlul, rt'i.l None Hut the Mrmlirrs nl Ills I'mnllr tlrrr 1'rrsent O n nf Mir Wnrlil's Mo.t lie. ,Mn. iniirk.ililn of Hrlf-Muil- o .Tsfc 9, 1892. VOL. CONGKESS. XWUl. NO. 7. OAXX AND SEE US. AMERICAN POPE. Jlgr. Sat '111, Hie I'll i ml f.rgiitr, Is (lis pit I'uwrr A'love Hull nf Cardinal IHI). , butts. llAf.TlMoiiK, Dee. 0. Tho announcement made Sunday ulght flint Mgr. Katolll had been appointed by tho popo with full power to settle, without appeal, till religions questions between bishops and priests in tho United State's, has caused considerable anxiety iu Catholic circles here. Tho announcement was in ado by Gibbons. An effort to interview him on the subject was unavailing, tho only thing that leaked out from him being a confirmation of tho report. What was tho cause of tho appoint ment or when it was made, lie refused to say. The announcement, it is almost unnecessary to say, will causo a sensation in Catholic circles throughout the country. Why Cnrdtnal Gibbons should bo overlooked and such plenary powers bo given to ono directly from tho Vatican, s Is only ono among the perplnxlng naked about It. It bad been rumored, indeed, that T" MCTrailsYllf rtT-- i . . (HEV ' ,M.I .,.... ...... n I ....... .in..,..., uww.u iiuiwiw. ihiu.tfn.-ica on n secret mission, ns a special rop- rescntntive of the pop, but nono had conjectured that he would be Intrusted- with such nutocratio power as would practically mako him tho popo ol America. 'Ihe chief reason for iho action, and tho one that obtains general evldcnoo, is that I'opo long continued ill health has determined him to delegate such duties ns properly devolve upon him toonc he can Implicitly trust. Such a man is undoubtedly Mgr. 8a tolll, who, next to Cardinal Rsmpolll, li generally credited with standing nearer to the pope than any other among thu Catholic dtgnltnrles nt Home. It la a plauslblo reason, but whether It Is thu truo ouo can not of course be dodnttoly known at present. An interesting subject which camo up in this discussion is .shetherthe famous Dr. McGlynn caso will bo taken up by Mgr SatiUL It is a well known fact that the excommunicated priest Is desirous of being restored to orders, and is ngitating tho subject with all thu means in his power. Ono of the chief reasons why ho requests a hearing Is that sufficient was not presented in his behalf at Heme. He has frequently stated that If tho evidence had been taken In' New York, his noted controversy with Arehbishop Corrigan would have resulted ln his favor. Now that such an opportunity Is offered him it Is not thought that ho will let It pass, and probably the first action 1)3' Mgr. Satolli fti his new official capacity ns arbitrator, will bo a reopening of the case. Car-dlnque-lion- THE PRESIDENT to tho Fifty-Secon- d .Makes Suggestions Congress. On tlio T.iriir Ho Accepts the Verdict of Nov mb:r, Am! tli KeipoiislWIIty In I,ca Willi tlio Next CoiiKrcHt. Nlcarn-irui- Ilonrty Iiiilornprnoiit of Uio Ciuinl Project IV i Workmen Should Have More Than Life' Necessaries. V e slit.t n l.nttgrr llely mi Canadian Canal., Hut Hmiilil foiislrurl laimli nf Our On it IVrtcrful ..itjii.tiiirnl of lllflrrrnrrs Willi lorrlgii ra Tin I limiirr. .if III (lii.rfiiiitr.it, Mr. l'. 1 fcr rr'f i o Ihr favnralVr rnu.tl-lletiaCrs-llsthe commercial ami Industrial Interests of It I nllrtl Milm, and gives Halts Urn of wraith and ptngrer., showing Ihcdlftu hin wrll the growllinf pfnspertly Ncrr In lbei bister) t thr ruutiiry has pnluctlein In tounl mi tl41) a daring thr past two years, eemmcrce ciiMuded so largely or thwrlM" Irufot lh' mmri ImptiiTi- -l In rnwh nurVnt Irt'Ttr, at thr ilrinomtratra. ili total lalurnf nur frHa trartc tnanufarluir.) tlurlmc Ihr U.t Mural yrr U.n nrr vu ll,7 Meil. an liurratffnf Ihr rtrtou fl.nal Thr arrraur annual of mrrttian !ur uf nur Itupott. ami ll.r for lli trn Raral jrrati prior to I VI wai IC.VIHft It lll I otwrnr.lt In I our for rtfn trle for IfM rirwlwl tlila annual airr kc talur by lin.x.MI, an liKrrineof St If prr rmt. 17m Icnlfleanri' awl lulur of ih In In rrrM am known by thr fart lhat lur a Bvll in thr the Inula f last oirr a drrirnur In alur of r i porta, fur Ihirr thr ralur of Iropnrta of IIT.M J.TM nf nor rtuflne thr flal Trr document iVasiiisotosi, lire 7 -- Trrprrsldrnl at nevn I'ursdsy reinmutilealisl hit annual in asage to itiegrrsa. It miilalucl over lam) wnrils. 1'nl lowing l extended s) nopals of tliorattiv rrnt tl (riirt )rr tti riirt il. ntu ra Svpu rotrf V IIVI, anmunu.1 Ut ll.eu.i,wi IVr Ihr Mmr mnflth. In IKt Ihr amounlnl u an flora, for thr nlnr month, of .4ld.T1 1 IIU Thrrr nrirr hi lirr n a tlmr In hl.Uiry whrn work nil our i abundant or whrn wafri wrrr aablfo. whrlhrrinraiurtxlby therurrrncy In hkh Ihry arr tMnr by thrlr lwrr lonupply Ihr nrrrotrlra ainl roniforta warrrarnrr. ilrnii rrrrrfnt thrlnfof month, ml IBS fur nlnr r Thr tunk . Mrnmciil. awuvatlnc to 1 TM!. urn Hi j by III -- ft SOi tin riurt. nf t.iiiHC thr wlurof ihr lmp.v f lH. f Ihv VhIim iilwr A cim photi . i(aru fur Ikf h thr arniral nrr.fr fnr thr ! l"WI ahAw. an rirrM of irntm ptwr W Ivn. AM nrofSim p-- r oral T- - valwr of nur iwir of mrrrhin I m tat I wbliu waa I8W HJ IIU. a'.u Mrrrlnl Iv anmail arra;r Talur. f Ihrlrn Jtsirifrtort"!"'! I'l ! "I.0W, Harl'C Ihr rural irar IfWIIir talur of Import' frrt cf ilily ainnuntril tofiVIWjn'A ll- rrrrran i ihr h lorr of onrtwmmrrvr Thr alurot thr import ol nrefenlir .ntrrrd frrrrf .'my In )!SV o. Uk.t rr rrnt of thr Irjat labr of lmorl. aa rtiir.pircl llliil3J r rrnl In lrrilit In IW1. ami WMl-- traCIc liat1101 ahown a InlrrnalanJ roriniaimUnir rapaiulon, proaprrlty Anolbrr Indication ! Ihr ttl thrmunlry la rnuiiil In the fart that the nurn-l- r nf In IU1H bank. InriCaHxl Irum a.Ti in lVi to .V t B In Iru). an anl Ihr amount of V1V7.-"'- ! In wJ lo ll.WI llin la IH1, an InrrruMM'l Wl Ihr rrnt In II ""St. ainntinl ol drHlt In Mlin;. lonV. JTVTW ll WratlBiatol Dial ll rr rrnt of thrar U- jrar lory at lr l"rrcrjrl IV riria Ifirr hlchral - In thr hit ati IJS.r'i lret fnrrl .!llor r l'l rrrnirM HVIHI" of of lncrea.nl pay for earning the mails is urgent "No subjret, 1 think, more nearly touches Ihr pride, the aier ami the pros of nur country than this of the development nf our merchant marine upon Ihr ra If we could enter into confirmee with loallh-holother competitors ami sll voul.l arn-gmrrr.iticnt aid. wr would erliais take rest, but our great com our chanrca with the prilinra hate established, and malum tied their lines by ifnicrnmeni sutm dies until now they hair iructlcally ruludeil us from parllcl-isitlo- n In my opinion nn choice Is left us but In pursue, moderately at least ihe ssmo linen As ea Iho United States navy thrrr Is this In imgraifh let during this admlnls Contracts line tralloci, under Iho appropriations for thr in crease of the navy, Inelndlug new vessels and Ihrlr nppurlenaiirrs.io lh amount of f ifiroi (.j) and tbcro has breu cxpindnl during the ssmo peril"! for luNir at tiuvv y.inls tip.' i s mllar work fs Oj0,i.i without the smalleat scadilalor charge of fraud or partiality Tl.i rnll a.iasm mid Interest of our navul onicrrs, UT1 ihe slan and line, hive bet n greatly l.tndlctl, 1 hey have responded tnagnlllce utly to tlio i inlUlencr of congress and have damoiislrateit lo the world an uni xoIIihI capacity In construct!, n, In on! ' nance and In eirr thing involved In iho build Inc. equipping mid sailing of great warhls " Commenting on Ihe report of the oommls slonerof i nalona, the president said 'The rcjairl of tho comm'ssloner of pens ons, to whliliexirnilnl notice Is given by thr m ere tary of tho Interior In bis report, vvp, attract Judged by tho tagr'gilc great attention iiiiiuuntnf work done, the last ymr hus 'een the gri'.itial lu the history of tho onicc Its' llevothal theorganliiitlon of tho ofllee Is erfl cienl and that the work lias twin il.,nr th III Inkecfliil. nf lldillty Ibiwr who lime niliociitpil n prolretlto ilisablllly The passage wns what Is known a- - me bill has, us foreseen, vcrj trt--e tariff cah wrll afford In bun thilr dlaaatmus fnnt.iata of a ilunce of illfy illanpiilnlnl I) InrriiiM.I thr nnnuat dlsburrcnienta i the If n ayatrmnf cualoma dutlca inn lo frnmol ills ibled veil raiis ol thn civil wur The jrnr was ,in"0 that will net thr bill wheilaand looina of I'll and for this II mil was A that umount appropriate. rtiK' In million and crowd our wanlunina wllh u usl tlmo keep deficiency umountlng lu IUI,lU;n.' fori Inn made gooda, and at Ihr Ihi jirov Ided for nt this srsslon In Ihe quruanmllla bua th.it will Kho tia mi uig airllclutiiii in 'Iho ni.irki'ta of llin iMilii.uto for isnslons for Ihe llsoal )rar wnrld, ofti grralir aluo than thr homo miirkol Junnui, ispi, ajiiVtiiii,om. t he iimiml- - ir nl iwiislonn bi'llevts Hint If tho prisriit b In Hut will kI'o that wr aurrtnder tloii uml methods urn m.ilnt.ilne ulll ur trra-.n- l work In (on Itrn workmen tip-Din prcalucla lo ln conauinrd by our aiiilo uddltlonH lu the 1 1 nslou laws lire not nm la' of work mniliiiuin rxsiullturu for irnaloiis w wlthiut illmlnlalilng Ihr amount to In domi hire, that will rn.ibln thr mulieil Juneisi, lkUI, und will tent ihr h , Meat 1 a.lluro nnum 'he Amriliun innntifarlurrr liipa) lohla workmen jailul IsH.Kci.nim inirprevious me.Higts)i ihe frum llflj to one hundred per cent, morn In view rxprisstil ilil In Iho foreign mill, uml Jit earn of tin' disabled soldiers of ihe wur ''I'' WBfriithiinl. nid to eimprtr In our market und lu fnulgn mar robe lion Is n mutter of national mnri rirnups krta with tlio forr gn producer, tli.it will fur duty grullluile inu eiiiiilloiiinolskiHini nan but I can notlrlirvv Ha' hi Ih.'icntol ur Ik lea of we.ir niulfiMiil that of ther niluin olnt with oi.i so wlthcit iiilurlnif llm warraof Ihoar who pro prureNslURyrl r uihc-dplu lli.il would nuslalii the iHilicvof reii "ng dure him that can br n Ul.rnlril, ufler Its roillo.l, a. Ita cxiacUt'oii hna the care of thesi dlsnblid veil runs In tin in.vl frclh 'iimUin licrn, In riiriini ai well n luAmrilriini'ltlea, C'lil.lte llgeiiclesprolliKil by local lass uurn,iitlnt' rruu mlons uml thu rcstth nun of thott'ilhorHuiid pininatiriof II will lo entitled Immigration gel intention, us folios k: tnthi hH'beat prulac Wi hivo lud luoiir hl l Ibo subjei t of iuaruiilliie rigulnlin- the lontniau-ilorymiili"irlnciiif pmiictlin tariff lirft conlrolwus brntiphl suil.ii frctaif a imnuo and it by Hie urrli.il ul our air Vu this enr ration liii" tint It'll Hum, und t o ex t gust last of vetscls wllh in ra peril hi e of no gi iiernlioii la not highly In 1,'uiiriitilliiii regulations should U t ii. m 'Iho frJciidaof thr itrunlu in the ncxl undimlnlalicil ut nil nur oris Unltr thn icm, t.n ryali in, Willi wliblti Hie , 111 Hi Hey li.no udtnrulr.l, will tiny lire pbilnly prliiclpli-i.o lull i ul Jurlsdlilliii when uml Hi. in w cxpt rln ml ' nwn t tie ui.uH nf i head, if tin i iliil.'IS .hull It g. ,ii' ' In my ,, ""' Kil nim in ll' I'l1-'It'll It a ml V ' ' l""l" III" aulillnl r,l Willi ili ivbiiloHUi j. it ln.uUi l lull Hint,, i in il un. iji uii .ihi i u vi ii tp h, nil, III' I" ail ul liiitl'a Hit I.llttlult 111!' In public rvuuues umuuntlng tu 11,11 l,Wy,:Vil6 lltci lu piuucl wur people piuc tu- - j ftonrrrnlng Ihr rrpuWIron policy of prolre-tlobr aayt ' 1 1 iro Ihit Ihr prolrrtlrr ytrm whlrb tia. now lir aamrthlru; mora thin thirty yrara rnotlnuoua y prciallr.1 In ixir lr( alatiou. hi. rrn a nurlity Inairumrnt for Ibr .Irvrbipmrnl nf nur Mlkinal wraith ami a owl poarrful arrtiry In mitrtlnii Ihr tiomci of our wurklr.g mm from Ihr iGVaolon of wranl 1 hate frit a inmt onlldlnua Intrrral lo primrVr ti our woiklr.c pr.lc ralra of aifi that woulit not only trlir aally brra.l but uply a roir.forUWr inarctn firlliar Ihhu nltrurllona ami f Jinlly mmforia awl rnjoymrnia wlihnut which llfr I. nor awrrl lliry arr America1' iirlllirr hoi"-frltlirna a pur' if hr grril KN.r for whom our fnnailiutlon ami (nn rnmrnt wrrr framr.l ami Imtllutral-am- i It cjii nut I" a Hrirr!n of that con.tltutlen loan Irvlalalo a. In rr In Ihrlr homrathr lmlc mlrnrr. In) ally ami nrnar t.f Inlrrrat In Ihr iwirrntnrnl which ar la.rntlal ti cltlirn.h p In varr ami which will brim tbla atiluart Ihronff a In 141, to the drfrnar of Ihr flar when II l.na.allr.1. II la not my puraar lorr-nrhtrrthe argumrnl In fator of a prnlrctlvr tarlS Thrrranltof thr rrcrnl rlrctlon muat tw arcrplnl a haylnK Inlrolucal a nrw illcy U'r mum aaaumr Ihil thr prrarnl tariff, cm Iniciol thr llnraof protection, la In lw rrpralrt ami thill Ihrre I. lo It iihMttutr.l fer It a tor If! law ronalruclnl anlrly wllh rrfrrrnrr lo rcirni'r that nn duly la In ! hirhrr ) tau.r ihi (ncrraar will Vcrpoprn nn American mill or kccpuplhr waKrtof an Anirrlmn wnrk man, but In rtrry raar aiich a r.ite of duty la In lo liiiai.nl a. will hrlnn thr Irrnaurof Ihr lnlte.l Matra Ihr tirfrat return, of rrrrntir 1 tin ronlentlnii haa not been between arbnlule. but between prlnclplia, and It wouM tn oflen 111 Hr In audceal that thr prevalllnir nnl carry Inln Irclalallon Ihr principles ada glrrn In vocated by It and III' plclp-Ihr Mipl(v llin tariff bllla .iaartl by thr linuar of teprramUtlira at Ihr Uat araalnn I. auptaianl.itrn In Ihr opinion of their wctr prottinti ra, Inailniualr and Juallllril only b Ihr fact that thr arnatr nnd houan of icpri'-.rntnllwironot In nroiM and fill a pin rriil rcilalon could not, thercforr, la under-takeI rrrotmni lultt.lt II r wholr alllij.ctof larlfl tellon l? left lo Ihr Innunlni: coinirr.a It la a mailer of regrri that thla work Inuat bo drlajial for nt "eaal thrro month. , for Ihr threat of rriit larlfl chance Introducra ao muih uncertainly that an amount not railly ratlin lied of btialnraa Inaction and of illmln will nuraairlly rcault ll la lutnil prtxlm-llopoa. lie, nlan. Hint thla unrirtalnty may rrault Indunaaril rrttiui from cu.loniadutlea, for pur tni rchanla will make rnutloua nrdrra for InriliriU'niala In rw of tho proapecl of larlfl rrductlona and the uncirlalul) ns lowhtnll llfr." tfrr uil l'nxton said that the funeral would take placo on Monday next cither al 10 o'clock In tho morning or nt 1 o'clock In tho afternoon. The funeral services will bo held at the house. Ihe place of interment will ec" thr fs. a, yrar It Is thr lria.uryst thr rod Miumes' call for Tolunteera to Join probably be in the same cemetery w here Thr estimated estimates! w III br A),V,.T.ra rmrlpts for the flfcal year endtng J neSO 1l, the proposed expedition lo set out for Ills wife lies. are IMI Itl MV, ami theesUmaied appmprla-Ho- Orccnlnnd in search of young John Miss Helen Gould, who has been ill a. HS..MI..VJI. Iravlng an rrllmalrd the misslnif ineinlicr of tho for some tune, Is worse, the shock of dilutes of lVary's expedition, scirHus nf rrrelpls errr has nlrcady met her father's death having como upon aay pay tl.srtntHHi. This dor not I' el None of her tilth terrible force with numerous responses. ment li thr sinking fund lu Ihe rr.ommendi Such a method John T. Terry, who has liecn conHon nf Hit .rcrrtary lhal Ihr xln. g fund law them is ere by letter. I concur l Iberolmi n of bonds of communication was too slow for the nected with Mr. Gould for yean, end slncr Ihr psssagr of tie In w to J no), l!r2, enthusiastic, so they canto In person, who is a director In u number of tho baa already extended thr rrnulreenrnis by Ihr eager to hear all about the voyage, and Gould properties says: "Mr. Gould sum of ,SloJl m Thr retlremfniof tonds impatient to set out nt once. stated recently that he had 'trusted,' to In thr futurr before maturity shot 0 te a matUtisincss transacted in Koom 39 of use his own expression, tho threo ter of ninvrnlriKc, int of con pn.slon We for thai purinr.', but tho Courier-Journsloiild not building had to bo stocks in which he was most interested, rrirnur uuly use any casual surplus. To heuslsnceof Monday order iajslnj)rrt0( rrrrlpts oirr rtjrn tures for temKirarily suspended argonaut In might und that they could not bo sold." Tho three stocks referreil to iiro Manthr year l"l should bo a.l teal theesilmalrd sur- that tho North polo Ikv received and interiiewed. plus at thr I rglnnlttg of the- year I vwMTfiB. it was hattan, Western Union and Missouri l dwluctrd, ami from this agrraralr there must astonishing to find how many peoplo I'jeitlc. The general opinion on the us slalr.il.) the anrrrtary, alaiiti IHeM,ii) of wero imbued with a desire to go upon street Is that Mr. Gould has had his r Imatctt m.eimn.le.1 approila' "lis ' Iiguu In good oiiler for a long time. The silver . juration Is briefly du.usar.1 but thla perilous journey. Mr. Slmmes was not In town when Ihr prrrldrnt wlihboltls any re eoinnu ndallon interviews with prominent bankers In view nf the fact thit the MnneUry confer-rnrhis visitors called, nuil many of them snd brokers arc to the effect that tho now silling and no conclusion his been left without giving their names. Mr. death of Mr. Gould will not have much leached, Max Wolf. wlthC. .1 lioscnham.t. Ccv, Influence on tho market cither way. A mntlNuancr of thr p lie) rf granting stramshlp lines In Ihr form wan one of tho applicants for a berth, aultsldlrs ! Dr. nnd llrltUhdulana, Nicaragua, tlomluras and for Isolating any sporadic eases and for a thor-nagAualro-llunsrardisinfection, an epidemic ejn, 1 am aurr, Ihe total lnrrra-- r In the value of exports lo all countries wtthwhlrh bo avoided 'Mils work apprrtalns to tba local we hive retlprnelty nrinmrnls has been authorltlis, and their risimnslblllty and the ISUCirJI. This Inrrraar It clilefly In anilty wlllbeappitllng If It Is neglected or wheal, flour, meat ami i ilry proilucls and unduly ilelajcl In manufacture a of Iron and tteel aind lumla-- r We are prcullirly subject In our great In rei-ato the llhrlnra matter he rrcom-mend- s porta lo Iho spiead of Infectious d arams by n by rea.en of the fact that unrrstrlcbd Imm'gra-Howwer that thr prr.Menl. priK'limillon, to prolilbl' t ir lakliif of seals In brlnirt to us out nf l.urojienti elites In thn Hm North Pacific by Airi'tlian lrksrlt In rata our lowdrd sin rages of gnat stramh'psa tho result of tho Indluita of thr trlbun large number of arsnns whose surroundings rlthei at al of arbitration or other re thr resirilnlf ran mie them thr raay Mctlms of the plague brnppllrdto llir tr.ael. 1 all eountrlta. The This consideration, as wrll as those alfeetlng ratrof the UtiltrJ Sutra f. r lh' tribunal of ar- Ihr wll Hi al, moral anil Industrial Interests of bitration has been prrparid with treat cure our country bad me to renew thr surgrsilon and Industry by Hon. John W Foster snd Iho thai admission to our country and lo the high counsel w ho leprcatnt lhlsgoicrnuve.turrs ; prjviirgra luritifni.hipshmiia tie mere that a rrsull aub.iantUlly rsiarlh 1I s trie led and mora careful We tnvr, I think, n right and owe a dutytoour Ing nur claim and presenile this great t anil try for tho benefit of all nations will U al 'dally to our worklm; prople. not only to keep out the vicious, th Ignorant, the civil disturber, talned. e the pauM-- r und contract lalwrrr but to check The president does not think an aicep the too great flow of linnlgra Hon now coming reciprocity treaty wllh Canada can no a t sttilnrJ, and suggests retaliation for t ra by further ttmliallons the part of Ibe Ik llrform In the election methods Is agilnurgnl merclal dlacrlmliiattonon In the following earnest words minion. A history of tho Chilian controversy Isc ten. j "I have Inrarhof the Ihnr annual messages the; president draws the lesson that wui.rwo1 'which It his Men my duly to submit to con gress called atirntlon lo thr evils ami dangers should ilral In a liberal spirit with neighbor connrcled with our election methods and prae republics, we must Insist upon a Just reap- Hers as ihry are related lo the choice of officers blllly for any Injuries Inflicted upon nur or of Ihe national government. In my last annual rrprrsenlailirsor upon our cltlrrns Thn slstencr, kindly and Justly, but firmly, male message I endeavored to Invoke serious alien ncn and niulu. r. Hon lo Ihr evils of unfair apportionments for will, I btlinvr, promote sjact Tbr settlement of the Italian Iwbr - . congress I ran not closo this message wllh out again calling attention tu lhee grave ami In a manner hoiHirnble to the United Mv a threatening rills. I had hnp-- d Ihlt It was pus nolol wHi satisfaction, ami our foreign sIMe to secure a nnn partisan Inquiry by means linns in grnrral ir'ate-- at length. Wllh lefrn-nc- r lo the Nicaragua ruler, f.. (f a commission. Into r v list the rxlslenco of which Is known to all, and that out of this the prrsl ent sivs "I rrp at with great earnrslnes ihe m n might grow legislation from which all thought In pe. 1 nf partlasn advanlagr should be eliminated inendatlna that I have madr mention aal only ihe higher thought appear of main mrsitatrslnthe tnadrQuale support give oompanr engaged In Ihr ronMri. i n Lining thei freedom anil purity of the ballot sad thr equality of Ihr elector without Ihe of Ihe Nicaragua ship canal. II Is iih- -touvrrstale 11 r value fremi riery staadl- - n f guaranty of which thr government couM without and netrr have been formed, this great rnlerprl.e ami I hopr there ni' i Ihr continuance of which ll can not con tlmr even In this enngreaa. loglrrtnll si f tinue lo exist lu anJ pmi-ril- y It is that wl.l insure He rarlyenmrtlri iace tlmo that muluil chirges of unfairness and Ihr cwnal and sreure lo Ihr I'nl'rl Ma ! cease, fraud brtwren Ihe grrit pirtlea should prowr relali ns loll when ciniptet Wllh the Cnanrlal oprratlons of thr g wri and that tho ilncrrllyof lhoo ha prufrasa Tlie oiorr desire for pure and honest elections should bo ment Ihrmnasagedralselahoralcly brought lu thr test of Ihrlr willingness to frro lmairtanl facta are hero prrseulr.1 i.t election methods Tberrsrt ef thr secretaryview lhrln-s.r- v our ktlalailou and our Impair ll.r public from everything Hut tresis to eon of thrm.i wilt attract sictIs! Interest In ma v s fldrnee In the announces! irsull is It not tltn mlalcao'lns statements that hair trcn that we should come together upon the lYgh to Ihr state of the miMIc rrvenurs Ther pr t plane of patriotism while) wn devl.o metho.li Irmtisary fsrts stioukl not only 1" state en haaltr.1, lirfnrr looking Into ileislls I si that shall secure ihe right nt every man quail reduce) urr flr4 by law lo cast a free billrl and glvn to ev that the pwbilr di ht has y such ballot an equal value In choosing our Mirchl. I"9 'iMtifl.nil aMl thr annua i r public omeer. and in directing thcpollrv of the est rhsrgr III Ol l that iher. paM nut for prnsiona during tins a.l i . government' an I'rrsident Ilsrrlson closes his mrssssre as fol irat ..ftup loNotrmt-- r I IWi. lt,Vi,Ta ecer-- s of till WlWWsier thr suaioip n int lows. "ThUi exhibit nf Ihe work of 111 rxrcutUn aarliui ihe triexl ftotn Match I, I"". I" M I 1 iieatrtments Is submiltrd in congreaas and In lW and thlr.1. Hist umlrr Hi' larlfl uplo Irrmlcr I aNui IA""V"J i r i the public la llielxipr that thrm will br found n la It n clue sense t.f rrp.i!Mllty and an iiur w bUh would lave been milrclrsl ur airiest sugars If the dMly bad been main i . "I earnest purpose to maintain the national honor i and to promote the happlnrss ami prosttcrlty of has gone Into thr pnrkeisof the peoples all our prI'le And this brief exhibit of thr Into the publk' treasury as Tli' growth and prosperity of the country will give etiuca for the flacal year ending June us a level from which lo nolo Increase or "ft.igx. ant from all sourer were i pemtllure. for all iuna.es wrrr 1115 Ksj-o- j Nt ' decadence pollelrs that new legislative Thrrr Is no reason Iratltur a Iwlsntc cf fvOl"UtVl Tier sere may bring lo us. during Ihr yrnr upon Iho public le tin why Ihr tutlntnl 1 flurnrr powe r and p ita rl tsild SWietyfri. The surplus in thn treasury a he ly should not obvrie the same ralrsof Incrraso tank redemption fund, (assetl by the s ' ol that have rharai trrlxed the pest thirty years July II IK I. tu the general fund, fuinle'-- . ' in Wo carry the great tmpu'sr and lnc case ol years into Ihe future. There is no reason large rl the each svallililr und as l for these In wltw n.tnv Hum nt thrt I'rniltiMlAn w. ihnnl.t llu psyntetits mariij iiHin tbr puflkl rvrarurcd wllh the year HOI, nur i"na.s.mif not surpass till other nations as veehavealrreuljn rustetna duales fell on flt,i.tl) while our lone in seinie. There are no near fronllrrs to .! our ro'slblr development. Ketmgresslon would liaiii liiltriial re vi nun Hcnjamin ltAmuo-- e 3!t IS, rvlng Ihr net lots nf rem u "ivn these bra crime" I'.ircutive Man.lon I)rr . mil principal sources l Thr I'tlinsot r vrnue from all stun-r- s was UJ r t : The TO THE RESCUE. reienues, estlmateil and situs' fur he nseal year riwling June 11, 11, art pi r.l the Voluiitrrrs Itrady In cnrrli for V,rlmrn ' xjarn't Ibrrs at at till Sl loll, nnd Ihe 11(11 lit I'nlar llrgtmis, mi'.lll showing a surras r rrrrlplsoirr riandlturranf ltlu,ua Ihe a.h balance In Ixjfisvitt.r, Ky., Dec. 7 Mr. Amcr-Icu- s, Imve been ceDlcrird und dsbursril wuhnul loss! vnstotis. On the 1st ef September Innt. t Ion, will ,. it .1 igii'defalproved re gulat.ons establishing a lurntyiay r n lo nttra. t pu- - quarantine fur ivll vessels brlni tig Immigrants ii- niiptiil'iii, ard nt a diminished p,, cmt of from foreign ports litis onli r will bo con ' "nut,1 ln ruiine lu ant suffer ng hale , n I are now un-- . resulted to passengers but n due rnrn of th' tilstiithcd lijr any rloix rontrovri i ihrrnmn... home of nur urimin imiifi... pllrnledniid threatening differences with Ocr - . utmost precaution There clung' r that with many and Ijngland relating In enmoan f - the coming of spring choleraiswill airnin appear fairs, with 1. viand In relation i. n, .rat and a liberal appr i nation should br nnnic at rUhrrlis In Ihr llihrlng this season lo enable our nuaraiil.iic and tmrl w ltd C'rilli Rruwlnitoutof the llilllmorc aria r hue U en ofllrrra torxclude (he deadly plague ' Hut thr most careful and Mrlngtnt Quaranadjuilril There hair been nrgullatid and tinder SritionSof Iho larr n law. com- tine regulations m ly not be aufllclenl abaolulelf mercial ngrrrtnriitt rrlatln to imp, mil tradr torxilude Hie itl.riise 'i'hr ptngriss of i wllh Ihr follow In countries sanitary srlener has turn suih, how llra i Domlm lean Itopubllr, .Spain for I'uba and I ,rno llleo, ever that If approved precautious are taken at (lualrmaln, Salvador, tho tlirman rmplrr. oner to put allot oar cities and towns In the tlrrat llrllaln for certain Weal liiclu,, (Monies best sanitary condition aud a provision Is made ..,"'""'' '"""' " t.r ..! w,l0"",tlon '" in,,ri. r. na a.i 0:1ft Trlilnv mornlnej. of Mr. t.otilcl'a .Inyrioiildillcd at 'J1n direst causo nt iktatfil at tho homo I'riilay mornliiK', was pulmonary Nkw Yoiik, )'. 3. lgii' consumption. 'J ho rcviio at tho house nt midnight was not t'xtniordlnnry. It wan utated tl nt that tllii" that the) utmiiif innatcr mind had ceased to battle for life. Ills t) twoeillinstr npren as totheamnunt of children ucrcat lit, bedside and thoy H Oould'a fortune. Iho most cinservatlvc f'rin place It ntnlionl 0),0i(n, white some i rccngniM-tthat tho hope, of the past lfilo li few days were vnniahinp; and thai the Sijethlng Wall street, who think they know hbout bit accumulation, tlgurothat end ai not far off. They tearfully ud bnust hare gotten together fully I ItnojO.UX) I'l known holdings of securities are about at mltU'd this to a few cluso personal par vdiie of Twenty two ivllllo-ii friends, and then benn the iltrll which "wl'j'n Unloa tclejrraph, which, at Krldny s anly censed when tho last breath left Prtesj would fetch aliout is,70),n 9,0 0,000 the body. l valuo of Mlssocl r.icirlc, which is now trr il. in ,i.a n..l.n, ft lun rim 11. I. fi'-nss fjs-e- d was never riibu-- t, except aa to ad brains. lone nnd unaided he ocei mu ntel a vast for Icaie, vsliicli passes Intact m 1.1 children No btijatt more simple in life haii.t. He ollrn 'W that ho uld tiM.r 1I1- uleinn If he Sated to, for ho was so ions 1,. hvalc illy jtuttiecotlilnolusc t bacco or lake Ininxlcat-f- , l"lllors.' lie his Iren mesle rate in what he or drank I'.ven In Ills mnsi uellva days, bj was ronatantly nt hb ofili e, ho would hot a light breakfast, consisting mainly ol tart tni rolls. Ur Dotal 1 would never reply ton ck upon himself Yit ho hi! no prejudice !nstlheprcs, nlthougli bo has sometimes fl he had long been tho most abused mon In country I'nr that roatlrr. he has from tlio to time had an Interest Invarloui uows-Itrs- . W ol bis neighbor Tor years be kr pt n In s sl Kplscoinl church. Burh . re the main Vm in a character thn im.at rrnurkable, In respects, of hlsllmo He wuslcrnsomo-"liat.lckly- n lw FUiTV-SECON- l) lt at 4HPP'iHfi&n4 ccrdcS no m io maun. Tn ere-wero presented of Iho election elentlils CIS" lis h dd igs of all these stock hive been of Ihe following rrprciu nuitlrra to nil r than ihil, but li' s 1I Hi in, tu either Hhr-'vacancies Mxth South Carolina. John I- ives the mney ln new la.uesof bonds of the Third California, b K Kllgore. Six, ."illr3i.rl 1'acirle and .Man'iittnn conpnnle-sor teenth Ohio, Lewis 1 Ohllger; l'lrst Mar) land, t inanrr those compinb s until bond rnuld In J II llrown. They all took tho oath ot office. r 'cellent Information Is that r bo ds V A Sliie, elected to HI! tho incuuc) la tho liii Pennsylvania district, wa al alfat our third of tbr bonds Issued on Iho Mis-sne- l Twenty-fourt1'icltlc Bjsteni, which would bo about lowed to qualify without the presentation of his credentials, which had not arrived Thu ll'ioon fVm Ihe forecoluR figures which nto nprrox- - dally hour of the meillnz of the house was v correct. It L easy to flruro up In tho fixed at I! noon. Mr Hooker i.Mlss.) Intro- Ihi.'e nrh rlwdof ITSIMIOH Of lale jours li'Tjijilueecl a Mil to change the timeIn of meeting of congres to tho first Monday March nfler forur.e has Increased rapidly, owing to hi eiiorrr. ius Income from bl holdings of western until 1 elc Hon. The houso took n rcce unkn at 1 Mifliitian slock, 10 say uothlnt; of o'clock to give the committee tlmo to call nn h't In e invents In bond. Ills Income from tho president On reassembling the committee) repotted lh.it tho president would send in his thes- - ilireo fourccs n .,no run nothain fal'en under "rn,0) s your, nnd has probably ex Sicaaage and the bour adjourned. i r&Msrj , lll of Manila wtrTiaortgH eft I ai.traj iff v sTttlrr'Vfrrtfi lion- jf,1 srrniiil Hrsslon, WAsiilsr.TON, Dec &. Skuatk The senite was railed to order at noon today by Chaplain llmler opened Morton. procct lings with pravrr Then Ihe credentials of Mr l'roclor, of Vermont, for Mr Kdmunds' linexiilrrd term, ami for n new term from tho Ith of Man b next, wero presented by Mr. Mor-- r II. nnd the oath of ofllro wss administered tu Mr I'loctor Tho usual resolution directing tbr secretary lo notify the housoof Iho senate's being in session, nnd for Iho appointment of a committee to w alt on the president and Inform him that congress is ready to receive any com muntcntlon he may desire to make, were utfrecd to. and then Mr Sherman proposed an adjourn-men- t, nn the ground that, to tho public press, tho president's message would not be n udy till to morrow Carried and tho secatt adjnumed until noon llotsr A 'he hand; of th' clock pointed 10 the hour of li, Speaker Crisp ascended to the speaker a chair, nnd, ns his gavel dropp-- d, a solemn hush followed the nolso ami confusion, ihr blind chaplain, Ittv l)r Mllburn, delivered a brief and Imprcsslie prayer. In which be returned lh inks lo tho Almighty that so many of the member had bern iwrml tied to resume their duliea In salety and In health. "A committee, composed of Messrs. Springer, Forney and ONnlll I ) waa appointed to join a. committee of the senato to announce to the president .tliatJbolhJiciuaetiif congress wero In session. acdrOaay - lo T;rtBnyy'wsisuniv OMAHA MAN'S In ..... the f.Hn.l nf lit ' .rSV OifAHAtWeb., Dec. Gerbcr 'n Omaha, having escaped is once 5 from trrt"JMbtrlan exile (o whieh im wn doometl tvjreirnnd n half ago. Ho nr- rlvcd In W city Sunday nluiiL after nn twcnty-onnbsfftieat months. After dent of this city for six beln yenS, A vroer returned to Ilnssia "Of to d what property ho and bring his fainllv had th try. Ho had taken out to th rs here, and sunnoscd his ft.' to all Intents and nur- be n of the United States, but poses, a rents proved that ho had su Kh on the privileges of half. relied scnshlp, for he was seized com' Identity was discovered, ji tin nt the tlmo across tho bordi tPBianr. and nt In MHhout trhd or hearing of a ch 6 is started for Siberia, In any l.M friends could do in his spite Iwhalf, lisKtho friends of tho un- s iu this city heard ot forti PrrtaJ Ul .fiftao called ,. TotI! TerrllilctslwPlne J, aeob o tht that amount tmI JAV WOHLD'S eioill). fair. WILL A Nriv HE HANG? trtl lrn t n lit".' '' ,,. Dr. Munn, his physician, had Dr. Jnnoway in consultation, but they 'a J that nothing could bo done but m.iLc Mr. Gould's last hours as comfortable hen tho end came tho as possible. members of the family who were in the house, wen: Mr. and Mrs (ieo. Gould, Mr, nnd Mrs, l'dwiti Gould, Miss Helen Gould, Mr, Howard Gould, Mr. Harold Gould and Miss Annlo Gould. The newsof Mr. Gould's death spread quickly nnd almost every person who passnel up ordown I'lfthnvenue stopped nnd looked at the house. About luo'elock messenger boys liegnn to come thick and fast. Richard A. Galloway, llrst of tho Manhattan clcvtted railroad, called before 10 o'clock heveral ladles called, but none of them asked to see members of tho family. They evidently hnd no other purpose than to inquiro about Mr. Gould's condition mid when they learned of his death they quickly hurried away. d At 11:03 Kev. Dr. John It. I'axton the house, nnd left thero about twenty minutes nftcrwards. Ho told the reporters that Mr, Gould's end was very jieaccful. Up to a few minutes before his demIo ho wns perfectly conscious. He called all the member, of his family around his bedsido nnd spoke to each ones ut his sons nnd daughters 1nillfUtiif.il A llcbccnnns--u- n conscious a few minutes .before bis nt cn-crc- Cnnliial (Slliliona ttrlte. n Letter l'avnr- In; lis llrl ir- - Open Siiu.lay .Mtrriinun., Ciicaoo, Dec. a There is n strong nndnpldly growing moral and religious scn'iment lit favor of the repeal of the World's I'alr Sunday closing act. One emnent dlvlno nfter another is coming olitin favor of this liberal moiement, I. I!. Thompson, secretary of tho Wcrld'i fair bunday Opening associa tion has received tho following letter frail his eminence, Cardinal Gibbous, of llatimorc: CviinivAi,'sItr.siiirNCE, Mr Nov "3. t.rUlf rii rria-alci- i - 1 un lrty was Mr. (!. II. llurlcs, of C.'.l Third avenue. ,V strange Arcl.lrnt. I Mil AN U'ol.ls, Itul , Ilea 7 Dai ill Scot, 61 years old, nnd of unusual strength, Monday w tigered that ho could pull a horse's lull out by tho roots and ho attempted the experiment on one of his own animals. He fnllcd in his brutality, but he succeeded in pulling the horse backward upon himself. Tho horso crushed him dow n, breaking one of his legs nnd otherwise injuring his owner. as nlo The history of Jay Gould from the barefooted boy who wandered over the rough hll.s of Ucla-aar- e count) to the railroad King whoso wealth was estimated at (U,is)i,(iM, Is one of tho most remarkable among nur self made men. Ills llfo 'or tho past few months has bcens constant nattlr against the Itiev Itable, and nil ineuns that neibeiil skill ami Hie Interest of friends nnd eUtlvet coul i suggest were rmploved to proHo wns taken about long tho financier's life .n luxurious cart to places wurro milder air absenceof business excitement might ind the w? expected to w ork a recuperation of his ener-itte- s nw jured by jumping from a passenger train on the Chicago nnd Indiana Coal railroad nt Winn's Crossing last week, died Monday Ills New (lag. Tho good lndy opened tho door to his knock and waited. "I'd bo obliged, mum, fer some-thito cat, mum," ho whined "Whew," sho snllTed; "you have been drinking; I can smell It an strong us villi be " "No, mum, you can't," he whined, us ho held up his hands, pleadingly. "That ain't liquor, mum, that's medicine, mum. I just got out of tho hospital, mum." "Oh, you poor thing,'' sho upologled, and took-- him In, much to tho success of his now gag. Detroit I ieo 1'risi. Mr. Wade, it husbniid who deserves eanonliitlon, oneo mentioned to his wife a tingle ctrcumstaiico that he had A rend that day lu the newspaper. passenger ou-steamer in and liad fallen had never Ik'cii seen again. "Was ho drowned?'' asked Mrs. Wode. "Oh, no; of course not," said Mr. Wade; "blithe sprained his ankle, I believe" n' a traus-Atlantlo over-boar- d mid-ocea- Imitation C'nnrr. Oot.Ujnirs, 0., Dee.'".- - Stato Pood nnd Dairy Commissioner McNeal has discovered moio imitation cotreo widen is a fae simile of tho berry, but which Is coiiioM'ii of rye llour and other foreign substances made Into tho form of a coffee grain. A I'Hs.rugrr'a I'sital Jump. IIHA7II., Ind., Dec. 7. Ilea Slaughter, tho young man who wns so badly in- Of Mr Oould's esreer since he began to onetate n Wall street, columns might bo written wcro ihrttorvnot pretty well Known m mo public Iho speculation. In l.rle, Mro lllacl; I'riday" ted other episodes are faml.lar lo most New Vorkers. and have been oltcn retold. Suftlco It to say lint from the tlmo he went Into Wall ireet, lloi Id forged straight uhead Ihcro was nn going backward, and but Utile standing still. I.lroullerlinoof rallroid fell under tho con trol of this man, whom utlitr llnanclt rs called until thousand, lhc"wlrurd" nf Wull strt-el-, upon IhousanJs of miles of road weie, to all In tils own With u sing' lents ami purpoi-es- , move In llio stock market he louldaffeit tliu' rial matters not only In every city In n founlry, but la I.ondon, l'arls and Vienna a. Ho turned his attention lo tho telegraph sva ! tern of the country, and did not rest un-hiu a monopoly of thai, and controlled tin si lunllc cable us well Wns Hils rnoigli" V t at all 1 hern were elevated rillrcsi.lt In v York city representing millions In m.'i v llrrewns morowork to ibe hand of tin. re mnrkable tniin, nnd in tlieend Ihlsrisiim p.isar.1 undi r It's direction. Talk ol Aladdina lamp! It wns but i 1 i'l rusty affair, placed ulongsldo the brllllnni . i of thin man's genius Thern Is nolli ng in ' i t ortlitlon Blnie A.l.un delved fora lis in j thai si. rv "f can rival Hie plain slralxhtforward Ihts man's life It is simply unparalleled 1 i never tein nnyihlng likes H. ntnlgo .11) Ins urerssiy that there Is nevir llkelv lu u u a a (iould married when lie was n oung mm and wns nlwijs rtomestlo In his habits He loved his family and home more thin mot i. n Society, bo cared i.otlnng foi m I do y he paid little nltentlon to It Tliuush In -. i . I a n. houfralioxln Iho Metropolitan He utteiilni H. mis seen there but rarely Iliisitirsul llnieu, but not wllh regiilurnv H never so far ns linoivii, expressed niiv lit,. I mof lilg'i arts, of music, the tlran . r Hteruture, si bough be did write ti luamri I v 1'eliiwure 101.1115 Hint l regnrdml with fai coilis'lc'ist'f rirr nnd curious boo!. 'Die I.I'. ill Kr ulwnjs had a liking f. r ' ' n a lurge amount of 111" . He sis-li- t Howl i and mrepLinls for his ' ' - -bciiuitri aril g irilins ul Tarry tow n, nail some v rv t speclmiiit of crililila have lieen ilm ."' Hut In Un man Mr (lould Pud ' " Ihcie t plulnlv III 11 in mi' men whose Incomes an Hi nn Pi ii) a viar 111 hail 'lis h.llua full ol liualnessaln i"'" l.iki ni"-- i n r Hut re niicr waa nluidly ' bitlsessinin, lioisiiilcl not lohls. wn ain ' Aslie sain whir Ills w.fe was aliie in 1 lilbi led li spinni) I. - him ali'l dd It v. I fru lit. tl, is inmv know Thm Mr seslcll.'' gave ll. a.l.illlit lu Illose ' ' "r lire orgautlfl !cr the pin pose 'f sell r. "' il Ills l.lltlehllp. Sho (engaged foran evening party) It Is not quite tlmo for us to stmt jet. is it, Mr. .Spoonamore? lie -- No, Miss D.iU.Vt but I am always Tim early bliil, you know, early. tali lies the- - er the the -- nw that itimi'l, Miss Unlay, they say can be semi ipuie iiisiiuuiiy vviiii ii goiM upeia- gluss. -sChUago Tilbune, lire ls f Nor was Ve liuulu what sou J lrs. nlltfluuk uab, bat bo waa as tcl'Ckn Ii u" Trlckcy, tlio llost'in Globe reporter who wrote the sensational ntory about tho Llzzlo ltorden murder case, and was under in dictment, was killed in attempting to catch a moving train nt tho Grand Trunk station here. At the time it was thought that his, muni! was Henry Melrar, as he was hero under cover. Shortly after tho J. Caiihinai, amnoss story appeared, und before tho grand CONSCIENCE-STRICKEjury met at I'ltll Klvcr, Trlckey went brother-in-law- , KberS. Henry Ijiiitlrnlagrr ('tiufes.rs tu Having on a visit to his Mclzar, of Hvansvllle, III He did not i'.il.unril I'lvo I'roplr. feel safo there, being afraid the grand Spi:i.NnriM.l, (., Dee. 3 Henry n seedy looking rain, came jury would indict him. Ou November 20 ho camo here, registering nt tho mt i police headquarters I'riday morning and gavo himself up for murder, Hoynl hotel as Henry Mclzar, of New York. i amiug that his conscience drove him Vomit- - Woman foully itiirelerrd. b tlio net In tho last l"i years ho five people, nil c anus to have poisoned Mt. Vf.ii.no.v, N. Y., Dec. 0. The ofuliom died. They wore as follows: body of a beautiful young woman was N ra O'Neil, MeVeytown, l'.i, twenty-fiv- e found Monday afternoon ln Uast Chev vears nga llnrb.tni K'Ucre a1, Ma-- p tor creek, on tho outskirts of this city. twenty-live- . vears ago. S When tho body was removed from the i 'own. l'a Murray, of New Moorellcld, O., twenty creek It was found that a ropo was atvears aga John I.audcnlnger, his tached to tho woman's walt, and at tho fath. r, in ITrt. Mrs. Kox, a colored end of tho rope thero wcro two stones man of this city, nt the same time. weighing together nbout twcnty-llv- o Lnndinlnger was locked up. He ap- pounds. The coroner has ordered an pears rational, and there nro reasons uutopsy to bo held. f r lie. loving a part of his story at le.i-t- . .si, llugue Admits Ills IHscrrnrr. ''.i police arc investigating anil may l'Allls, Decs, 0. According to the Tl.o n up some interesting evidence. ti Kclalr, M. Dugue, a member of tho pnvoncr is single, about 10 years old, chamber of deputies, admits that he reai ii a common laborer. ceived oneif the Thlcrreo checks for 25,000 francs, this being his share clue WANT BETTER ROADS. from Huron Kcluach in a guarantee In Ihr Mutter which M. Dugue. who incurred certain t Itlg Interest Heine I "ken In Illtll.lllU. was entitled to compensation if Ind,, Dec. a. Great llsk, IsinsNAruMS the operation of the syndicato was suc inn rest throughout Indiana is felt in cessful. the ior.il congress to meet in this city Ilellprln .Muy rnllovr lVnry. uext week. Tho county nnd city l'ltu.Anr.i.HiiiA, Dee. 0. Two Green of Hlkhart and thoo of I insvilic nnd Vnnderburg county will land expeditions may start out from rhllmlf Iphla next spring. v hilo Lieut. tii ml. with other delegates from these 12. l'cary is raising funds by nees nnd other sections will bo Itobert ally well represented. Southern In-- , his lectures for a second and prolonged ,,,i ana, the section of the state, having visit to the great continent of ice, l'rof. roads, is much interested Louis HcIIpriu is, it is rumored, prot io poorest jecting n rival esploilug trip to tha Improvements, and the peoin road legions of tlio north. ple have been holding mass meetings to frozen Trim Dog liotr, select delegates to the congress nnd to Nasiivim.k, Tcnn., Dec. 0. The iscuss tho question. Many township 'usleeswlll attend, and tho farmeri.' bench show of tlio Hermitage Kennel nstitutcs will send delegates. Six or club opens Tuesday. Tho two hundred k'ViU hundred delegates nro cxjiectcd prizes to bo awarded has been the together tho finest means of to 1 e present at the congress. collection of dogs ever seen together lluiiuil fur llin Venrs. Irr here or lu tlio south, nnd one of the Tilll.ADU.rillA, Dec. 3. The steam Jr grandest collections ever secu anyPonalr lias arrived at this port from where. IJotterdani. During her voyage sho fell Tim Innocent lltsttinilrrs ns t'siiul. in with tho whaling bark A. U. i uekcr, Chicaoo, Dec. 0. During n saloon Capt, llakor, which had been nearly row, Matthew Hlldcrbrandt, tho protwo years out Nearly nil of this prietor of the place, shot mid mot tally in was inclosed time tho baric undcrlich, a drunken wounded Otis Ieo in Hudson's bay, entirely shut s teamster. Hildcrbraud scattered in from tho outsidu world. The bark rather freely and managed tocripplo as in fairly good shape and tho sailors tv.o innocent bystanders 1 heir wounds all healthy ,'notwithstundlng their long are not serious, however. Megc. All of them were very hnngty I'o.tnl c.inli. for news however, and Capt Willis, of Cimisv v.Tl, Dec, il. A new nnd Impothe I'onar lowered one of his bouts and sent tho bark's crow u lotd of newspa- rtant depart mentis tolieestalillsb.il Jjn-uarIt nt thu post olllco ln this city pers and miscellaneous literature?. Card Supply will be known nsthel'0-.ta- l Simtli tnrolln.i I'riililliltluii lllll. department, and will bo the point from Coi.inuiIA, S. C , Deo. 3. After u hard which other olllces me to bo furnished tight tho prohibition committee decided with postal cards. The supply departto report tho Child's bill favorably, ment has been ut Chicago for a number with an amendmentthat thero I o ono of j cults Tho new department will dispensary agent in eaeli county, and send supplies to aliout 16,000 post.illlees. four in Charleston, at salaries of f I.SOO aril buoys between All light-shipeach. The proceeds of tho sale of liquor to permit holders is to be turned Montreal and Quebec have Wen taken over to Iho state. Tho minority will up, and tho navigation of the M. Lawsubmit it leportin favor of the Perry rence may bo considered closed for the bill, which provides for tho reference .season. of the matter to tho people. IN MUSIC'S REALM. 'I he I hm Wilier I mill s.rs Coi.UHliuo, ()., Dec. 3. Holland has Tin: highest priced piano in the Unltoi to the States belongs to the Marquand faiutl weakened and made n confi"-sloi- i mayor, Mr Karl). Do admitted the of New York city. It was designed and killing of llvo inns, but refused to give painted by Alma Tnilema, und cost his motive further than that ho claimed forty-sthousand dollars. to bo insane, lie evoueratcil lVniiey, I'WTllo M ssi'aom, tho brilliant young whom ho had previously implicated "CuvollerU Ha has been icinoved lo tlio t utility jail musical composer, whoso much attention which llustlciitiit" attracted so M a ptvcmithin against lynchm. last season, tins llnlshod u new opera, tho polk cuticm! v fcur will iHVtir. "Lcs ItmitzidiN," which Is soon to be I'll'u in WhImiii'h jewelry store al performed III liorence. Ho has ulso lu ' Vestllla" und leayctttivlllc, N. C. laMipposiil to have hand two operas, oilgliinted in attempted but glory ".anetto," find will nttempt tt grand Loss, Hi), i00: Itntruuce, flb.Oik'. live-ac-t opera, x"'cro." IlASUl.Toy, Dee. 0. v I . but-icty 1 -, -- e of the privilege nf uph .laing what theneiilof the eentury 1 be t urld the mM w mtrrful faliwtll gather Hie proluctlon of titirnn. skill eel ,i -' .r ars. mulls of the evolutions and aer-Iri- g No one should be prcventi I I tlnwo worts of man, ami every afforded- should The bo Hus buiday of closlnu steetncie wniltl be very unfortunate for many (h'Ussmls of our countrymen who would be In trnpled to spend Un day ln dlsslp-itiuttdr name 1 would favor this cpcn'.iucf tlr on Simliiv nf tcrnoots to even ng wllh the far rvlslon thai ail m lebliiery should lie s'oppt d rlc that will nnl all mecrmiiiml nnd labnrlnr net lc urgently tieces ary should cease In this I to rot see nny detivcratlon of the holiness ot th'daj. on t' contrary, those wltowi I rfslt lh' fair on these day will lie surclv Inclined lo rase their mind rend hearts to Hint who In rvifil men to pmduro such nitrvelcms things. 'anfrerr raltnrutljr yours In Christ. J It. Thompson ,Kspeetedilr A quiet opening of the Chicago fair next year seem, to be moat desirable. There arc many wlm would be otherwise i" .Irrsry Murderer I entrnec.l thr fourth Tlmr. Ji'I'.skv Citv, N. J., Dee. fl. Kdward Halllnger, who has tin. s stntenced to death for the murder of his wife, and whose neck has been saved as many times by his counsel, was ar raigned before .ludgo vicrts Monday morning and n fourth time sentenced to death. Tho dato fixed by Judge Werts is Thursday, December 22. Hallingcr's lawyer now says ho will apply for a writ of error, which course, lie say 3, is suggested by tho text orJustlco Shires' decision. It will probably bo denied ami he will then take an appeal, which will act as a stay. Halllnger did not wear such a marked air of bravado as when sentenced the last time. He was cool and reserved, nnd evidently places great confidence) in his lawyer's assur-unc- c that he will not be hanged. beor.--thre- e Washington!, IhvV earaful investlca Hon disclosed that the naturalization process hud not boon fully completed, and that it would bo Impossible for tho government to secure tho release of tho prisoner. Tho appearance of Gerbcr union,- - his old acquaintance, Sunday evening created surprise. Ills story was a recital that was full of outrageous cruelty nnd suffering. Evidences of the truth of his narratlvo were amply shown In the frightful scars nnd still unhealed sores in bis flesh. Ho supposed that ho was going to tho mines lor life. It was not until ho had reached his destination, nine months later, that he learned that he was sen tenced for fifteen years. He was placed In n hurt! of six hundred convicts, and started for the Siberian w lids. The men were Ironed together In pairs, and from rajtmn laotrTciri' vu ,,. ,a.,J,u.n a tat . KILLED BY CARS. The Keportrr Mint IVrotn tlio lllobe't l.lrxlo llorilrn matlnn. Ont, sufferings were indescribable. Notonco during tho long, weary days of thoso nine months were tho metal bonds blndm them to their companions broken. When he arrived at Ilga ho was taken out into tho middle of a street, and a blacksmith was called, who took off his fetters. Gerber was told that from that time forward ho would have to take care of himself. Ho remained thero three months before ho found an opportunity lo carry into of feet the plan for escape that he had mapped ouL He hnd excited the sympathy of a fellow Hebrew who was en gaged in tho mints, and induced tho latter to n rile a letter home for him, ask ing his wife to send him soinij money The money, amounting to ?"00, was sent, and Gerber's friend took him to Yakutsk. He paid ?0 to get to Yakutsk, and then took conveyanco to Tomsk.adlstanco of 1,.00, miles and paid for It (173. He had secured the dress ot a nobiemnn, nnd carried an ollkial portmanteau that seemed to have more to "&o with saving him from an noyaneo than everything else, for ho was not nsked for passports. Money removed obstacles tnat he encountered, nnd finally he reseheJ a small town y wltlil-ivtjnnes oi ius home Ho finally without being detected. made a circuit of threo hundred miles nnd was successful ln leaving Utissiau soil behind him. He lost no tlmo In getting as far away us ho coirid, for ho knew he was not safo until ho had reached America. Thus it happened that bo had at last arrived in Omaha, and of the (300 that had been sent by his wife he had only ten cents In his pocket when the journey was over. Gerber had about (1,000 worth of property when he left here, less than two years no, but thero will be but little of it left after ho gets his family the very moment that thoy started their DESPERADO Tnr-irt- l WYATT Over To Oklahoma Atithnrltlet li) t.nv. Chase, of Intllsiin. TnitliK tlACTi:, Ind., Doc. il. The sit- uation regarding Ellsworth Wyatt, tint western desperado, was given an entirely new phase Monday when Dectecttvsj Dwycr brought back tho news from Indianapolis that Gov. Chaso had declined to Usuo an executive warrant under tho refusing nnd Kansas requisition to recognize It for tho reason f. ' -- 11 l over here. Mr.striiis, Tenn., Dec. 0. General Hatchcock, 15 years old, w ho shot and killed an old man named Clark, last summer, while tho latter was working In the fields was jailed Monday, having been arrested last Saturday. Ho was arraigned Monday morning and pleaded guilty tcj the charge of first degree murder. The court brusquely told him that he didn't know what he was talking about, and, appointing a lawyer to defend him, entered a plea of not guilty. St. Lou, Dec. 0. At 5 o'clock Monday af ternooa a Union depot car was boarded at the corner of California and Keokuk avenues by two boys, ono of whom drew a revolver and ordered Conductor Wm. Alexander to turn over Alexander his money about MO). threw him ot! the car nnd tho other robber fired at Alexander, striking him in tho left breast, fatally wounding him. Doth boys then lied and have not yet been located. i Tb Judge Knew Better. that no had already Issued a warrant on the Oklahoma requisition. Monday evening , tho Oklahomu sheriff was given formal possession of the bandit and he will tuko him away. Sheriff llonsnll, of Kansas, not daunted by this turn of affairs, telegraphed Gov. Humphreys at Topeka Monday afternoon requesting him to pursue the light and to notify the governor of Oklahoma that Kansas wanted Wyntt for tho higher crime of murder. Gov. Humphreys replied promptly thnt ho heartily desired the prisoner returned to Knnsns, and he would Issue n requisition for him on tho governor of Oklahoma, to bo served Wyntt was taken there. as soon as Boyi Rob a Street Car. Joseph legislator from Haskell county who was counted out by tho canvassing board, arrived Monday morning w 1th a certified statement Mllllnmilre Coal Operator Head. from tho deputy clerk showing his r.TTPlil'lioif, l'n., Dec 0. Cominodoro election by thirty majority. He was dlrcctesl w"ilie secretary of state's of- Joseph Walton, tho veteran millionaire, fice nnd filed the certified returns. coal operator, died at his residence in Allegheny Monday morning niter nn Cleveland. Riturni Mom). Illness that began on Thanksgiving New YoitK, Dec. 0. 1'Ksldont-olcc- t day. Ills demise, came unexpectedly as Grover Cleveland arrived Monduy mornofllco Mono'clock from Hsmore, Va., ho talked of cotnlug to his at ing day morning He wns about 70 years w hero ho had been on his shooting in tlio coal shipMr. Cleveland traveled ln a of nge, and had been ping business here continually since Southspecial car, attached to the Ho was senior member ern express on tho Pennsylvania railof Joseph Walton & Co. road NrvvTltitlrt Inr Ormigr. The Cats Battled Ni:w Yoiik, Dec. 0. A cable dispatch in. viiL'r, O., Dec . Tho celebrated which has been received here says that Harmon, a gambler ease if Daniel the steamer Ethelwold, whloh left against tlio Crawford county Agricul!a., on November 15, with tural society, for money paid for tho the first cargo of l'loridii oranges that privilege of running u roulctto wheel has ever been exported direct to on the grounds, and afterward backing reached London (Sunday and tho out, has been compromised, Harmon comprising her cargo w ill (125 of tho WOO advanced, and 0,005 boxes be sold at auction iu Loudon on Tuesthe society paying nil costs. L- U'oodsell chartered and V day loaded this steamer, as tlw necessity of Nelson is Reinstated. .Nrw 'iohk. Dee. tl. The stallion Nelnn outlet has become apparent, owing son and his owner, C II, Nelson, wero to tho fact that tho United States ul produces about six re naiatcd by the board of tho National tho present timo oranges, whloh Is lu of a million Ikixcs consumption. Trtttiiig association, Monday, at of the meeting held at tho Murray Hill hotel. excess sruiilur Hill's l.ueratlvr I'u.ltlon. Nkw Yoiik. Dec. 0. Senator David Corda-- a Trust In Trouble. Ji i kv City, N. J., Dee. A. The great 11. lllll, it was reported .Monday night, curilago trust was lu chancery, Monday, hss been tendered the position of general counsel to the Lqultublo Life disiv tun Judgo Hayes, of Newark, applied The story was society Id ice Chancery Van Fleet for nn order mon, and tho It. compel the National Cordage Co. to cussed among insurance Mr. Hill Mil in t Us books to the inspection of prevailing opinion wns that would accept it Senator lllll, it Is untl.e i.lge- - Decision was reserved. derstood. i e.'iiidtfrln' the matter She Oets Six Hunlrtct Dollars. If ho accepts howllllako faeorablv It might be In dd sisui after .lauuary 1 Icvii.i.i:, Ind., Dec. 11. Orulr ariHiiaed so that h outlld take) the tin nir l" the suit of Mary ulaee and retain the senatotiihlpat thu Hgaitiieorjo W. Kagaii.u Thu lrntiltubto rennh!, liuti proprietor, for (5,000 for it breach Mine tlmr. inwever, uio said U profetr that lis give of ir muse, ictumieil u verdict iu fuwr jp the iscimecirrhtp if htf iufcopts. of the pialnttff fortW, Topkka, Kan., Dec , l, Rosenthal Wins. t ne democratic ONE MONTH'S NURSING r New lork Womsii Twenty-Fiv1 liou.inel Dollnr. Ni:vv Yoiik, Dec. fl. When John II. Huntington, Colton, partner of Collls was shot aud killed In a Sun rrancisco quarrel soma years ago, his mother went insati" and was brought lo riew York by her daughter, Mattle Colton. Tho daughter devoted her llfo to her mother. Two years ngo tlio mother was stricken with npoplcxy, and Miss Jennie Mann, a professional nurse, was secured as companion nnd nurse, and she performed her duties .faithA month ngo tho daughter fully. pneumonia after died of typhoid three da) s' illness, nnd on her deathbed made a will leaving everything sho possessed on earth to Miss Mann, on the condition that she should personally care for mother during the remainder of her life. Collls 1' HuntingMiss ton was ono of tho executors. Mann accepted tho trust and watched over her charge just one mouth when death ended her work nnd Miss Mann came into pofsesslon of $25,000. Yield 1 m . H '-- a, 1 Lug-glun- i well-know- n ..V1 tw. 4 - ,- aV2a2SS2 - , fBU a ,. hatlllsatsfWS-- F nhia''llatiaV ssaS 'lVs.A T, a w ..." "T. " 'PfffP.. Js.isW - .. . mC. . . ts Tlli rm,Tr tort.fr ffTJIftli MTllKTiiilh 3 sHisi . .fiii.a.Ai'i4.tf WsiifV BftittrtttAriv. v. ;- xm, .v. it("lr'MiAi. ,v -. iV'uiiL ' Ji , I i J ft.L . MtA I a, 'Jli-is.-- v - jlA ) , a, lsrsTlka,Ws,'i I sfl lljl-- Iw' lilMn HHmMFmmiwtnmM ilsaVbltTHiil T i. Jauwiatss ;rltjffcx$ mMv$ky$&tfiKT'.ylla)lJrSte&" 1 v- -a Li . I tj I'itM.i.Ht. .Ltttllll 'i . tiiMBMiimmiiimkmMmmtiaii' tiu-- . 1 ... Jl .. UlTH- '- - -' i A. S. 150SErALlSf'3fflimmi iinnwifft - ;, h)i.raphir, K33S3 -- al Campbell's Old Stand. ntrwiwt (jlo.,,1 iiifiwr Work (.'mmii.tecd. Visitors arc welcomed. I,- -, Call and examine work. TTTTrriiiwiii in m in ui niir " !! n '" ww mmml?m gj 1 1 Cess 3 ci flLlTli A BSE &533Q warn twaaa ojwj ssbkI RBI KflU R RM) M'KINLEY PRICES And 1 . KNOdiP I mean will make a deduction of 5 to 10 per mil. on allWinter Goods, Heavy Clothing Overeoafs, Ulankets, Comforts, Boots, Ueay Shoes, Woolen Dress Goods, Flannels, to mention. (!nrnff-;.. v...j..v, Wool llrmiorw Wiml I its,. Wool .Jeans, Pant Goods, Lap Hobos, Rubber Overdoes, Hoots and Coats, Woolen "Underwear, and many things too numerous j, ,.ww g!onic rteht along andWt ihv advantages offered . w o ss M 111' in this IBAliVBST OP BARGAINS. -- t A Ouro for Hhoumntlsm. tk , lliiner, ol Trirlmn There nre infallible Blgna of The new rovenuu law 1r now in l mi rtilhii.U.t In (he iMle of Chain li.ilnlii'. I'. In ll.lin lis n.p.l II I, r moivMAN'.rcr., dissolution of the Keputilicat) ?ir rail fiuccnnd plTcct, nntl the It h f it 'nnli rti sml .ij I faun III lo be lltOIIM ClllUl Attorney. ii uo ISills Wo rlli less. t,v or itB reorganization upniuilf rornl" in evct.v county in the mnt riivl.i nl loci finely : : puipav. nKo. n, IS!)-- '. lliituivtir priux.x J..itrnl lh l.nnl.nllr ifcroilt lillPR (if poliu.V. Will Statu luxe commenced work tin- hjr I' Fhankkokt. Ky.. Per, J If Judgo N. I Moss, t lie Circuit nuimitits to the b;iiiic thing rirliii) der it. TUB Louisville Post mivh tlut In idens of the Sectetun of State .In Iv. It n leaders arc not blind t of he Kn radical wore tlio rliuiicer. me correct, a sensation Ins bpptt Court .iuilp;e-elec- t ,1. Stone is Miken of ........... Ho... . .. . .1 . . r tlll1.. u ..... I.I ..II ll l.i.ll iliutrii.t t tOllllllIlBnil I...... Il... -- .ll ...I . ........ I... .1... ,. I.. .v ...... m mi-- ... ,IK. " . Sl , hi nici m u i..J tl.n l.lll l..irn.l.......l ).. H.. -rntlnrv imo in nrmnv hi iiuiiMii i im iu- -t ,i comitliR of Ornvos. Kill on. II i;U. .i .. , .v.... wiim tlm t he iiPt Deinouraiii'uiuui i ate ,l""" ... ,n, """ ",ril,".v . ,,,l.i ",l' - i . "la-llnllnril. v. ...... !iuitiiiillnn. uml nnl l..n from. lJe,py, belief (lint imntl, la Wilson county, Toiin., wns r.mrlv. I uoNcruor. on C( born nmtpr of ,8H MU.., with uotho fonfiifloii nuil inlsiinilprwtniiillug INJ.j hiiiI ..,.,... ()f ...,.. spi'oihI of Hip two revemip I'no tntii ot ., mr out tlio of tlio net, Unit Tin: Oliincso urn coinir lincktn!e few ptrMiiiH intlpod understood the OlestiHl Kmplie. It is miiil 'H' Hint Hip JiPgisl.iture niicnt n liiimigtiiteil with n h pa re ii in lo f liruvnilo mnl niiMllrt tlmti AS 'fi 'Tv.t5, Hie full npoi'O of the ineaMureit or that not a Htp.nnei has sniloil fmm 'iP'r in uinictingis jtiolmlily worth Hi'Kiimii uoiinty, Ky., in 181'J. piirlv wi, oolll ,,,1,, i are familiar wild the many great " us nioi iiiiiriiiiii new ii;j "" "i this uoiintry rorUlilua, for mouths "' Mrougpr tlian epr; that lie is of the opinion tlmt Im'IicIiiiih. .Iinlgo Mops wns rais- era i it Kiiceehd is oniy ipiup .y; poiutH of difference bclweeu It .:mt, that lias not takon from :)0 feiUtup. piI upon the farm w ith II liirgt" flllll- ill p in oiMi (?liliipm. Timv iin. imn... no sui'li tli.iig us n frjucliiso t nut this Is only to hide th eif "e uml the Hewitt law. ' ' ,'11 ,,n roliectpil iimlcr the lien H. of In others anil Kistero. lining Iuusiiiuuh us the UPtion Is of . feelings on the suliieut. T ro friliteneil awv lv tlio H Iin'l f farm labor during Hip iri, nnll, s0 tallnl lint that pu'mpu 'ilireet personal interest to every iiesp. legisUtli.il of this conutn. I,,w tM' ynr or hiij ntlier iear m-lft V;, i O Nobody Neeiim to be opposed to '' "'"I ",0 "'(- enrporatloiis. siunmer, mm aiieiiuing ine conn., the Republican paitv fultlllpi its tnx.pii.cr In Kentucky mi nm, us which the mill corporation ele-- l tt.v bcIiooIn during the winter, mi mission ears ago and liusl en'lms been ctate.l. ho little under- s. MKlV their going. . inent of the Legislature soneht to I''' Io wns eighteen jenrs old, kept alive Ii, iuisnIoii ami iifiu- - stooil, It is well at this liinu to . Sr.NATOit Kyi.j:, of South pay Tor specid prippes. when he nttendud tlm 'Clinton1 dice, fed bvcreeil nml fostc tui by giio u rexlew of the measure. fi L I Rota, fleet imI by the Karmers' Al- will go scot fiee of such taxes, Senilnnrj" for ono jrnr. He .Id pointing out the innovations mid inpuopoly. Mm for it ished Ins education at Hetliel Col Iui i) died i'iiin ago Tie iwo show lug the inaiked distiiictinu unnouiicoH tliat he will act just us they have before. with the Dpiuoerats on Hip tariff, If this be so, it will bo difficult Ipcp t that time Indited at .Me stinging rebuked giien it,i ho between it ami the law under IV y&i (luestlnn, mid will olo for "anv lo Ip.iiii w lie'her Hie itnl defect Lainoresiille, Tumi., nml, after Inst two elections can but fi n which taxes luivo heretofore been judicious ineasuri! that will be a in the iipw law iNiirmleutal ortliPiU'ncnli'g seiiool a year, begun its leaders thai the America! ieo collected. , . The llrxt essential point of tlifste: in tlio direction of tniitT tesult of .initio ihrew.l Ipciolativpi reading law under tlio iron. John nlo hnve iiwakened mid w no tzEU' 'Va There will bo several oth ledgerdeiiiiiiii unseen y the inno M. Itullock, in Hickman, finishing longer bo tiltled with, and llo niNterence is In tiio mailer or cM(Hr er Senntors from tlio Northwest cent of tlie Assern'ilj. No less leading under Cnl. Iidwurd Cross-l.iudthem to beulii easthe 'lie einptions. ITnder Hie old eonsti. Ho obtained license to horoscoiio to llml what is li ihe tntion. and the laws frnmcil under siv able Inw.ier luivo been who will do the niiiio thing. Thej than par For !ort Tjtr, seen, who sav that lie is correct practice in 1K7, and immediatelv future. have heard from the people. ugjil, lliousaiids upon thousands .. of The mouopoh-brpi- . COWQILL'S EY2 CALVE. .l..ll... worth of property in that the famous Article il is worth moied to Icmis. wheie he lesided )iroi i vo pnllex of taxatioi Has Tin: Henderson Gleaner is ah lesf. and that it will h n imnof. hen Hie war broke out in 1S01. rp,.,. P1i ... ,!,..,! h lilnu- , .1 h.ii . tuckv were not subiect to tau ftaT For .Nurlji u, . ;. KhrummlnD, I.. ICl'l t...l. .Moss enlisteil us ready ilisfiissing the pnliiical prob-- ' slide to collect a franchise tnx un-- l lie'tion. It mostly consisted of cor. COffQILL'S WEASEL OIL. nbilitips for 1803. mid starts with der it as if it liad neier been en " priiate in Company O. Kifth ' n,.MB tlt, 0nlv issuo left tt dv porate property of various kinds, p.u'ly .dissolution i,.,,iillcaii this; '"It begins to look like the acted. le.xas I.egiiiient of 0lu11teer jf ,IP )L.mm., tjc private schools and institutions of ill8m.f fanny, litis regiment was one of ,njri,v j Congress act as the n like character, apparently con- - ; toT For riles, next Kentucky gubernatorial race COWvHLL'S PILE OIIITHEKT. ..... ...n h..,.. 1. K.,,jP ,,A ,,Pct folin shaping itself now. The .....Pi.- i.w.,,,,,,,.,j; Control of the Semite. 0f Hietn, then will iincteil In lite interest ol ptiniic lowing Hre the candidates already " " education or public, chaiity, but In ne mioiner ot goon leei " . in the held: m army, and win m n l.ngp jioilemiioii "era a duo regarl for reality oppratpil for private gain. Xd-j- Kr Teller ami llmr-crIt is coueeded on a'l hnnds that mid ",ri1 Jo Clvtl' ' P. Wat Ilnrdiu. ua "V'0 " " oiktxeht. the Domoerats will control the the rights ol the whole iii pie Ihe new reieutie bill in this re- co?;qill's '. . Cassins M. Clay, Jr. moments ..1 tier I. u. s. aennte arter tlio 4t b of. h. 1.00 .iioss is,vnM ... all of gicnl .. m 1. :.... ...: """ "' """ 'I .... gard simply adopts the language tSr Kor Worm 1, "U ""' '""B""" will lie trrantiM Mm of Hip constitution ami the sec1...1,,,. Win. ,J. Stone. pi.se of noiver Match, but it is not yPt known battles of Virginia, 1'oiuii.ihmiin m John II. Casllt'iiHin. . . , tion on that subject is an follows: C:V2iirs Ploinnt TTcrn Syrup t 'ViHWblllMV IXII VIIV that our itiHJoiity wi bp of clean, and Mar.ilatid up to the battle of Alchaengor. "The following property is exIN answer to infinities recard-iuAH iSTHKO Oft whero It owns taken. clear, strnight Democratic, mem. empt from taxation: Public prop- SATISFACTION' (. KKFI'XIUV. TUK ilO.VM an extra session of Coneress, ptisoiier mnl confined in Fort Del IIU.VI IllllllllllV. erty used for public purposes ; ork, Now Jer- awaro until the close ot mnl the lepeal of Ihe MoKinley bers. From New the war. places actually used for Slc be tlie l'rorieor, hill, 188 out of .TjO Congiessinen rp.v iu"1 Wisconsin, nml tlio ViceOno of tlio most pprtiid us H'llP.lllll !fl. flirt .av..wt.religious Alter the war Judge Moss set- ........!. tire said to have e.xpiessed them Prpsfdent will be four clean Dem-- i lleil in Clinton. 1C.. wheie he now practices, sajsait exchange, it eil and used appurtenant' flflWCrlLLi &. CQWGTLL. selves as follows- Seveuty-- l wo ocrats, hut the new members from lesides, foimiiiga law partnership ,,,e Aineiicau people of this; ty ... thereto ..... .in- ..mint' iri i 11. clll.. ,if .1... i.....un ..r ....b . .. I'll, u v i II I It W .V ' I -- i'l'l-. for mi extra session, seventy-eigh- t Win. I.iimIsiii, which nre falling into is the habit of Moutiiiin, Wvnmiii: J.IMIDIID ...... nun nun fie in riui-- nun . . . .. no u.coni. ill towns, anil IxUMTUUKV. on nose .. . . mi inn iv eiM Liinlsay was rowing. I'ho pruuiico prevail) I.ISICII until IltOKJIAJf. et. laitiornia, mayor may not over the laud, Irotn thu limit lo acres in the not vriniltu' tun niittnl. On the tariir, seventy live the Appellate bench. cnttntri : titaees or in the rural cits net burial not held for privnto or cor- - T5T? "r control nlthc benatei Judi'o .Moss married Miss Ada house-wiflor repeal, fotly-foufavored it "n L . P . BALTZER , It'ltl, liwtilltinutliil.o", II rf ............ n..i. ufiull l.n ..n.i.'.l t...... ........ 1. ..!..' .m. II .. ., W in hnprnil'fl n ...til .tf MttTiA r.f i ....,.,.. ' ' ' " ii HCUIillimiHIieu tn.iiinc, imi iiiiuii i nnriiln i.riilllt iiiHliliillnim nf Pilii. '" posed to auvchaugo, mid twelve from the People's lady, and slater to Judge Ureiikfiwt or Ptiotigb meal i ',,, PHYSICIAN AN3 SURSEON. orpinploicil for , , I.dsay. They havo three cl.il 'n con, pono for dintter, to her .iUs , , corpl.ratlo,,, 10 kAtuck C0lltCBp,lei, ,,rt''-tl. . . . ,,,, ,' ,,,,.,, V0 irov,.MilPKMA ,ow '"" uutsfMiiplItili. UB uUlj-i- l town cousin, who dnf Tui- - ,.n...iiu. of the Natlonnl Iiv "Pi.oLrats init.v nn.U.ll be, ,.(! ..,,.. ,n ,,, f o, ,B ,, all the up to borrow , .. ..Tm.. dunclileia inn! ouo son eleven not r l. ",at"rS ,,,p3r.old. pare will, which her neighbor " ,,r-u,e,;I KmV.J""" . , People's adininistra-Loiitug party Senators nill toto In 1S8S, without solicitation, usually tries to ndorn her i.orson. er of J.eV.ou ..,,1 Kenmck; Si ftI( U0 ll(,nlll0 of Hl,t., ,,,, oxdu,heb fori "S-" whs appointed by "f the man who will borrow the prorr ., , rin.fl.?n,:,P,rVI?r,'0rliUt,.'(' straight along with the Democrats, a member or the hinges out of our front door, or uieir maintenance; all parsonages on of mouei thev ljov' tlutnks to Republican profligacy. g the hhorteuing out of .onr bread r lp,'"l","'H nirLl "Pi re- - 1A ".,. ... of Kiiiializalion' for i will bo not only not iu liariuonv i,n ff. Thecotiilitionsare such tlmt it lo ..... . imrrmr ,... i: oiin ........... ,.,. i.mu "ini.iwi. hi... . n. rHii , . , nun m;cii nun us ll i'i I j. tltouglit an extra session of Con . was reiippointed same pn ". ir i T?ml...r W - I no other gress may bo necessuiy to pro-- . Omega. All the cranil nml treat sition in 1M10. servin four vents Thoro is ono great iliflcioutio be .r ,.' .r .... V..n.,i..' I frf.)t. t llll.ta vine means by which the Govern. wnrb who .,.... n..c n.,.. in all. Iu. tlio recent November twoen peisnit .... .bonowi, in tlie ...,,. ., i.,..r ...... nv,.01il ............ T. ' ; " "i .......... ' . . input may keep its faith, unif pay ,.i. .....i ' f ground in towns and cities, ami lul""" l,e "'' citoscu i;ircull , I""""" dents maiio ny tlio extravagance crnts linviiiffn clean cut, Iu tiu arti.le UoU, iIui ove(. ,I())i Siin,, 'o acress of ground iu the conn of Heed's Uillioii Dollar Congress. Democratic majorily, anil tins wo Ctosslaml. ono of ibn umxi ,,.i..n. that are borrowed are iinetiabh . i . i i i ...ii.. i..uiui.m. inild apiniiteiiaut thereto; hoime. can not really know until Hie I.e.. .uiri.iwyeis in the First District. ' "" genri.inj.ii goods mid other personal Tut! Australian ballot wns loo islatures have chosen the new Judge .Moss tiimlo the racoupoii HimllllilR "ri, """ '" retitriied than properly of a person with a faini. Fire, Life, Accident, much for the goggle ei oil IiipIi iiIihim. .. ., .. ...,., ,.i.w....,i ,. in. is borrowed. Iu towns the re iiiwi , not exeecdliig two huutlreil anil D f wk.UV.l Senators. Over nineteen thousand out the tiso of money or ileum, verse of this proposition Is the tif' dollars in value; croisgiown ballots had to be thrown out Iu Harrowing is a in thevear in whiclttho assess gogy, or any of the "arts of tho general practice. Tornado, &c. run itnox.iii.K cninr. Massachusetts, mid tlie tpieer utit politician. As a lawyer he ranks habit, and a most pernicious one iiieut is made anil iu the hands of SI Ctobr.Isni.H-rof it is Hint the most of them (I. among tho best in Western Ken. If you havo contracted It, break the producer." were Republican votes, and the Mr. Frederick Donglnss is out tucky, and possesses tho legal yourself ol it at ouco and you will Total i!!:'.s of C):;ni!i let iu Ittihiell for Governor in a mauifestn on the suliject of learning, dignity, courage, lion. feel freer mid more independent ertnrs ,.,..r... .... It mt. urn. i i. i. ..i...i... """the recent election. In Inch he csty ami gentle niinlities of head Tli iniinl ll. linon Clirtnlcl Co ,rnlri ton may bo the ,,,,,,,,;,flearning y to nnjrn wli.i will prove and heart which make tlio "just In the wnr'.l for Pal. t' i mid the hub of the tinlvetse. but ''Masses tho opinion tlmt the Judge." it Knr one jf tl.e lelliiioiil'l, cnnerrii. Urillws !orf, Ulerm, Itliriuii Few cnlrp.'l people of tho Sonrlt will the Australian ballot is he. ond the of linnn Politically, Judge Moss has a! Sot, IVtier, Clnpl 11 inK Cltllhhbi' I'.'ihe wuinlerfiil rtleeiaiAnjrnne c ''Mill if ire mi! gniuliir. in wrhe coiuptehonsion of its besp'ectacled lliitl better piotoction against ways alliliateil with the Democrat-i- Uiirn, nn nil &kln hraplioii', nml mi in ficllclo'l. l OI'KlCi: OVEK HICKMAN HANK, lively cureH Pile, cir no py reijnire I. Ii ' "r.nrmi irliileo nn rage tinder the Ulevelund mlinii). party and has always voted the Is I. Ci.ill Tonlo" Unl '.l.fmoii KENTUCKY HICKMAN. istration than thev Imvo found un- 'straight ticket" as "one of tlie or ;n ir.inlee toi;ie pcrfirl nilisf.irtlun T7T l.r.l n. lllooj I'urlAir. fnrrnl money refnmleil I'ricv 'lh eonti Kenuhlicaii "rotten .lor ii.. .i,n;,.l.ir,.!n t n..... iwnot the 7. .1 .. ni j'i.I appeilier. I.rmcin Cdill Tonl. IIIm box in the trench. ." Ko'r H.ile bjr 0. A. Iloleombe, I.E... I....... .1. limn 'bns l.n...... .1.)1 liiini, uirir eieciorai son. ...V lurge p'e ia.ni n. lmonmj nnJ " Ho pathetically points brilliant future rif.il-,- r ilnllar votes against Hartisou this i ear. that the law should prniect out fiiendsin predict abench, Ak for linun on tho ihu for It for they II Tnnla nml In.i.l on jetlin( . miu iwo oi ineiu win each send a weak against tho strong Soli know that ho has nil Tin-it:uocit rit' l'ltKss. thu ling of tho j fur, Ttr no iili.lllnle. but el n Senator in opposition to the ' niiuuiu. itui in me cases in uinch right metal In him 'le, an jrou will llmnk llile puper for ... U( Xtl p.tity. The latest re- no reiers, lie very iiauiy nines the .wiiil .our altentlun la IM nirrlu. turns show that Molilalia will send elements of strength and we.il;. As tho smoke of the political ife !' mil guarjnleeJ by HON. M. T. SIIKUIOURNK, away, ipvenling icto a Democrat to the United States ness. Ho classes the whiles who baltlo rolls . . . ...is Wi.ILL L Cow (j ILL. tho newly.elpctPd Commonwealth ry Senate, which will wrest that body ami eoiupieto it ........ .....-- .. " .....i..in ..a ...u n mi it. Aiinriinv ip tin. . rui 1...1:..;.. ...1.. . ...... .. " '" out e kmhiioi trip ...onopol.Nis. '" ""- ",l"""'1 n,l the t.pgroes who aro Unche. II Vict coi inio.eil of ' lm . .. nn Ytti'i-rj'iiiM' news ""' t0" "ere tho Democratiu TT Ihosixnew States were created as the weak The ""--t '" tl,''t V. ' ,IC' M""fitlon of bettor country the, ticM of (Jnives, Hickman, Futon, c i" such ......tiers nro the on- - Carlisle ami Hallatd. was bom nt' 'lmners. Tl." ... m.uN discussed the countiy Theio is iiVesVgminihins Z -I- '-r iroV of ,; inat" those sa 'Iho stro! .to "ami THE HUMAN COURIER. Tiit; gorier. fci!iri: Ni;vsvnoMi.. Oito Feature of fho tcve- - Our Xmv J nil je iiutl font ( I us & && Iiii iv. lr. I' - exactly what I say 10$ Till: IMtMMJ ItlU'lUll.lt'AMJu ( 3!vw IlfVi'ixii M HABDWARE, !) t mijfk. mj Sh.aw, : mm. mum 1 i,r,; .... ...... -, . J I - J.s " n.,,.,,., ' ",'" . what to Buy ? gtaple and Fancy A J GrQcer-ies- , HARNESS, QUEENSWARE, SADDLERY, ETC. iiiK-siig- e 'r I n CLINTON STKKBT, HICKMAN, KY. - m "" 1 -- anti-Clii- i "' C7 X GOOTDS Par nDEXjIVBOim JTIEE3 I . -' i e ' - , m nfri 1 Hlglict Market Price will be Psld for Ilcrf Caltlp. '! C- FUSNITtlBE. FFRWITUEE. & .' 'V. STEPHENS TYLER, is " I 1 - xV miMAiua . Fkirniliirc aodDDdcilii&cr'sCloods. KatnllrK l r'!!' rrl' ef Iit Mllim rnfTdliltn, Oitroalin il.e...4 cholrri. Hookoru, 1 r- -J . I .t ir-.- I - ..--- ' ; ,, W r ?ertnx ll ! eurj - Wercoooo. TM. l mi CM m isli ;.' m, ...... 111 ,,, tetisi: ir t tMHlK w . rrr IX.. .Ui l" j .04 (!i. r ! imbor Ul Snrlnc, E o."" 3ot, Mnltlo.BOO .Mcr.l. t ll b Wnt.hnlou.Jii, tu.i-ut- u p1. Wi o Jot. Wwll it Unitirtfik Wt-le- iru' CjU Uu i l . euioitr in - lUr l Jiie--l t--. v tl aii 1 ' .. ! ! 1 M W , l',3"'rp. HERTWEOK. 3 CO BALTZER of tuk culkiixaiku & acv.Nui'AirruiiKiu. C, - fr I ' 1 - - . -- .1 I I . f 1 - ""'""". 1 1 11 a I r e ....,-nu.r- n y. 1 I ni-n- . partr-nt-iiber- ., nini I ........ ' - in-la- , '''!ca ,, 1 'mI" lt ?& l.o ;c ,, ' ,,, u, ... ,.. "J 2 ffiJTl.'w.T.; V-llir- tt .. HICKElilM WASOH, 1 1 ,"-"e- r ECMOr Irt.l. AT. Iv ICXT t H 'KY. JUII1 W. (OWUILI, . 'l'"-""""- ... u.' i ,R, i.. wi-iii- -- .... a ,,,. ..,. ,.., ,... "i"'i u J in (It IN. niLTZll. rti.'t. lira-.- . 1 "'".. ". . INSURA.NCK! Mean-eater- ! A K "K, gjpCKM AIT KICKMAN, KEKTXXOKY. 1MW;. aHB &. PaiiS Up Capital $40,00.0. :iMia Am lam. S.-.- . lvtmi We offer the most 1,1 be nil Aecoininodnttuns sulicits i our business. to our Custoineis Consistent with Kbtublikhril Dunking Piiiu-lplrH- . - Illllrklri.'a I . Si o I i It. T. TYI.P.P, I1AI.TKKK. A. A. PA It IS, V. A DIRECTOR POWKI.L, J. W. It. II. IllllIV A It SI1UI K, J. W. COWC.I1.L. i i i I I , - ' T l)ni-t-if- l. li i. k I I . i F.-- r i 1 ... I.i ..,'..? i"""' ...-- V 'k . J -T- money homo to help build cities and court houses and railroads when it would find inoro profitable investment at homo if they would only hcllovo it mid (,'ive it n cliauco. This is especial ly true of tho country Just now. No one seems to have any love No one for his neighborhood. people. Electric Bitters. It is a cr.mpnign enuiiulttep pr tines anything for his neighbor, Mlilr-vsI Tin: (yominiiteo on Itetieuclt-iiiet.- t This romeily U hecomliig w, well known Lett , t c.C.C. " duty III the lull of eii're.t hoot!, but ho just goes down on mid Iteform in the House of (crliilii tiurur(... ,,lt, vXvuw. ...... nv ,...,..., j, lu t.., h kci,ii moil-events, or in uie toreiroui or n,i his knees with ruveieuco fur a nut nml tfiniriiiiifPii ....... All I...1... ll.tl .... -- .if, nnve ..I. Itepiesentatives.iit Fiaiikfott, has i,r ....... Hie ami) p'iii iim'ii eirctrio lilur 1.holiest Of.. political contpsts ten story building in Louisvillo, or ,,l,,, Jl",ur,Iiir of prnlic A purer leported fuvoinhly a bill pioi..' c ,'C All honor to tlio Deiuociaiio a rookery iu Chicago. Ho travels .n1.1lici.1c iIimh not exltl nml It lamiami.. iug for deduction of pay for ab-- j For i!e by C all winter anil half tlm Rummer iu Mm Uvl to 1I0 all tint i, elulme.l. Kleoirio press. nut, DriifTgitt. Hculcclsiu audit is thought the' mini, mid buys a bond IlillU'-- Will CUro .ill lliKMkPI .if (I,.. Ilv.r bill will pass iho House. It pro-Pl.l'.AHi: glvo some account of of some city, Issued to enable it Ihe now Demni r..ii .: fJover. .1,nii'i uniiiryi, miii... renmie . . ,.r ... . ..1.1.. . .... ui....i .... .1.... ........if. i.i. . ....... miv.v niMii. ..u ..in. in,. i'ii u urn inn ..t nn.......s n pn in uuier CHKcil l.y I III! Ill IIII llllg III IIP IlllglO Ol tho to build graulto streets nr somo nil. s pillll :""" nv unl iria rnun .M ksImn ,..1 01 iiiiinoutal public building. Hoi.ao inn per ilietu 01 eaeii llieinuer ill OI wotklii'- t in ,iiiintn..il..ri.. mm. ' "i""" """"-- "i" nml II n livi.rn. ...... ... .,,,.,.. ...1 . l MI'MJ .in iir.i... Vv. .. .. c"iru t" ,,M! "Pn slnifio." Why so tlio i.enorai Asemiiiy , lor each vlcts 011 tho count roads. It In Vi c.tlle f H10 HIIph grow largo nml iiinro ,1 iV.P- r .lri iw mid every day he is absent from the true solution of iho con viol rotutipaiim. ....',1 IiiiIIumiIoh try neUrTo u,,,,t ,,rp tI,u 1,011ll,l,,ri,,R ' beautiful and tho country grows tho session of tho House, pioiid labor question, ami our readers! Uuier Kmire Katlafiotloa irn in.nN nrl Tlio land lying west of tlio 'I..,, ,08fl Fiirmors' Homo t give know that the Coin oil such a member cm ei has advo. "'""ey ref.in.l,ii...i'rc .'.u cu mi 1 1.00 l,t'SHeL, rU.n ' it ,rnt, ,...,. fon..(h Join mil, good and siilllelout teasotis for his eulc.l it for twent lears, but rcr l"Jl,,0," A. Iloleombe'. tnu fa'rore. patt of a tract iu Kentucky mil absence, ami such reasnus shall' somehow, woenn .,...... TJncH ! onr:n the' be spiead upon the uiinuies of Hie Kentticki Legislature to even ills. is said, says llieTrontnn Her lVnncRsee, which was inich,ist'i It llniise, nml if the leasoi.N be for cuss it. A full, free, general ills-- aid, that Miss Agues Rankin tho trout tho Chickasaw luiliaim 1, Nice rvihlenee of nr 'J ronmn In rent, will sell 11. iv "un-- l cHiminiriiucMN oi cussion WO. till l.rl.i 1.' our people so famous femalo horse thief, was In 1818. It Includes the counties of near depot nn MfEnolU elreet, or nlro rri.nc loin tininemnei or nil. iiiiiiiiiiut. the .. sltoul, to its fn 'i Mnit.thc. Leg-- , town last week. Sho wears men's Milliard, Carlisle, Hickman, ul on ei.y teri.ii. AUo, ciali, 0, 12 for isle. Terms, ...... ..,,. . .. ,..i ., n...,., .... ....... .. .,.11. tint. .. ... .... ........ I.UIIlll l.ll Lumriullcd to. clothing and ia .ii.i.i .....I..... ..... liustler for num. ton, McCtackeu, (raPH, Matsli.iii ii ml IS nion. In, Apply to I). It. Ilryunt 1I.I.II1UU -" U.25-- w. vote. obey. d J and Calloway. Cum iti Join ,,,, or U. !. Ultir. ber one. n.-er- i.rnim.t ciulmV wh" IU 0lll) Messenger, seems to havo been l0 8I0I l"o lav Ishings. disslnated in this iear of r..m.r.i breaking. Theiearell States in usiu.it 11. fiiAirn. the Union, ui.d III. otcHin the eiecior.il college. The Ueinoeiats Kvangelist Dwight L. Mnndv, will have '22 Uepreseutatlves and who w.in a passenger on the steam. H Senators in tho next Cougtess. er Spree, which was disabled at Cleveland cariied L'2 Slates ami se.i last Sunday, declares It was iu got 8.88S plurality in Indiana; mm answer to prater that ll.e Id" ship' he was noiiiiuated on Fridn.i was saved. AYtrr tin iiceiilcut tlio against the protest of the entire e en Hundred pass, nsseiu. delegation from his own State, bled Iu the saloon ...! ,.r....u.l . . ... niter ue nan iieeu once iieutcu for itellverence. Shop afterward the Piesideney. Wnilil's tecords Ihe sea liee.iine iju.et. orilor was mnl superstitions have been beat restored, and at Might' there caino it on an nines nits year 01 our mo vessel which took thorn safely Lord, 181)2 ui... mil f. I s - iiir. uiutiry miu mere IS IUCK tl crimen im.l o.ldn.....beis,sa.iH.I,H()wensboro , ' i'" -, . lZSZ r"j .Z ff W'?,lwd Jie'':,''!VHl"eUra . .,,,.,.,,., ......j"- IBIS aywtvjg . f. 1 fK -- SI WAT SB A v. j.iirl Dottier in winks Ayi N i) hugs, MKDJCINKS, IAT10NKKY, IN'UY HOODS . . Wl);ril7 rr 111 He is a fluent np.dlHts, and to .lav they see the beliiR nn ul0 aw. hoHtHoftliu (1. O. P. ronteil .md Hlt,Y. 'r' IV m"keI,t,,1 ,,l,H,'i't ,P-- , swept off tlio earth, lit season ",! "ttoruey. Politically, Mr. SheL iid out of season, ever nml ,. .. bourno hus always been a staunch ceasing, the Democratic prcnsiiiH iJemocrat. never scratched his ticket, mid is an ardent admirer of' earned nun campaign of eiluM. tiou mid aggression again" tho tlio "Star eyed fiod.lpss." j npptessois mid robbers of 'i.o " ' J l,v" lu U,B coilgril lllat Otis. "'"l""1 Louisville wtrit Yl tin Hunt ,?'' " "omity mli.Vls that scintillated with e . of their Ives in daily contact will, "V:1 lsJ of Italhi.d county in Urar.,s, and will, logic Intiencl,,.! "'""j w,," fourih of tlielr. n. invpstnipiits in tho seciintios Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars continued in olMco until i,pI.i.i i..nntmr..nii,l.. r..tH ..... I'S'IM AVI) TO ...w., .,u.. ...tlllllll UDIIIII.V WIIS limit. ..I III. tl. ll.r nn, i.r.nir.1 of some distant railroad would illiidedj ho located in I.urdwoll. IOiiHniInir into the lanks of 11.0 not only have brought their neigh- I.cuil". vll,.. .'Mijiupl.lH, Union lloiltxn, VIhUmIiiii'ij, h,i allied eneinies of the people. ll, y borhoods into something like re Ort.miiH, vln cc"N,,,ly practiced his profession ' i,y ,iy tbey tiained their trel. spectabilily, but would havo paid :w n.xi imiim. "'L. '" whero he was elected elniut pens upon the ranks of i,e a handsome interest on the invest, ''"'"ouwealth's Attorney with, plutocrats, llioautocrats and ii.o,,. meiit. Too many men send their THS QUICK AND DEil'AELE F.CUTE away from "IU ..,- -. ,'" " !',:& ..elg. SUjI IIKTWICN known UnU ,i,d, ,,,on in ! Ke, WNDKIKS, .TAINTS, OILS, K7.J and Memphis, lMM?law iWSSSi rnicsciuiTioNS a specflty. f)M3tj JH tJS(ffiS laVTr"BlJB.Wl &ii ii i q u o us Mill 'BTiBK'.-'-' Ufa MKDIOAIi u"'.ii'eiiiiiiMHiii!. "PP""'!"". fv "OLD PwELIABLtE!" Keein a TO A HiOM .Viw York, I'liilmlclpiiU, iUlllmore, V.,, initiiin, Nortolk, tlM Point Comfort, Kfcli uiond, llutl.ilo Cleveland, 'to Splen.lM Mnck of the very hell rt'iilei of all k I n Jm of e,o. Cliicuo, liullniniiiolla, Olnoln nail, l,oiillllc I.Hlrrx nml Xurllieimlrrii 1 oluts A.N0 HARDWARE, nie TINWARE, STOVES, &,c. olfere-- l it ()NU I'lUCi:, n,l il. tba vuiri-iiniiMv- l Viekabiirc, II Hon lloiije, Nw Meinpliln, Mijbile, Hock. Hot UrleiwH, HpriiiK a nn'J point ii leu- - very Inwent Hie market All gojile gusrnnlreil to Juilitei, reprefenteJ l.lle .ro I - !.. 11 1 , Arkniinin, Mli liei, 'feii.I.illUii, H.nl lolppi. TIIK SO Dill AMI! SOt'l'IIWIlM'. Uit ' Rooflns el Specialty . THE OLD RELI ABLK t kuco-doe- p 1. . 1 11 N . . - ij . ""'' 1 -- "' .1 ..''".... t--l. ... I . 1111 I nuti'o. I .. fnr Tlie line la tlioro uirhly rliii.ipei) mil ciiinlllloii, am provlilf nn nrranccmelil iu llnic nn, llirouc'' K i Hie mo n'l conoira. A r'l.vrrjlt venience nfOiireil by Ihe l,lmll eil Kxprti Ii I'n rt'la liiween Trnini. Only h s'i'l Mcnipldr, ami Iho belt ml qiiiakett eertlco heiwtcn the two cities e ver silereif. Kir lowest rule, lime UbJet, And all 1 "rl-ol- (C OIIAS. A. HOLCOMBE, Dealer lu DIGS, MEDICINES, PAIHTS Rnnl.! JeilreJ inforinsHon sp KitiTz W. i y t. iiK.t. H 1 - 111 111 1 - I .1 . h I -' 11 I I K y N.C ft Hi I.. It. P. M UltUKlat., Apctit, V N k M. V.Co., Illvei, Tenn Or J I. I'M.IaN, Aeeni. N. N k M. V 'e.. !Iiimii Junellon. A'ii. Or W. II. pilO OTY, Oun'l Imlavllle, Ky i,ni:k. Ar'I, It, lllckrasa, Or Al DYE-STDFF- 3. . P. HICKMAN, KY. PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED. I f v wmwti ' ? vPW""1'"' . .q. - ,.jBb ., ... -- . ,ji'WuLa. nrar ' -- Jt ; "- ... 'r' '. '- ' - -- A.a.te, . -- , . .... ...mx.u..i. , .. - in .;..,...& H " ""I '- - ' f nMa"'-- ' C' if i .' taMaJ rtTi aAJa.MJ.alatfaWalaaaBnaMaiHMaMM MJ' atehlaMajyaJalaWaWajtiUayaiattalteaMaiaM f ' - - " "'"" - -- - , ... ,........ ,. ..,....,... - - -- . &9t " " emm- -i .urn, .... rttwnrar.na rarwr-XOjjjS- P - , mm "v ""--" stress .v f Tsr r:n IP -i- fKgJ33 mp ; v vvua -- v v .; vjf; . -- vuw. isso--- - a.rl otlirr follow, wo are able TJ130Y CA! ostein of buying p,i.,,,,,i,...i. mid soiling szr 'k huj - vvsn v riiis is staJrV Vmtumami vik TS N5 an excellent time to lay in your vwjjv vr;' X'JStfiK s,etfr viuer rs vii esa cv:' a vm S' Wu huvo demonstrated coiichiMwdy llur by our mil- - WINTER UNDERWEAR, OVERCOATS. , heavy increase in business appreciate it, and are with us in mm... STRICTLTlimn FOR CASH! lo sell iroocls lower e.rndif. ...... on er last year shows also : that the people mm nffiml v 'loaks, .lr l J7Sk' ....:...... ..iBoots, Blankets, &c tot 4AiriiOw cent, less in. MP ppAl1imi'""tl,c-- 13.,3E iday J-iol- Im: por brought ! fmU a yk i ur ui.ui uui neighbors. i and our stock in these lines ,, is very heavy and on.e see us before buying. ,4f( v.' Ladies JLoaig Cloaks at Half Frier, to close them out! W&mMmwwm Newborn will soon have waterworks in operation ami also a system of eleotrie lights. Newborn Is one of tho glowing Wpt towns, nml is situated in one of tho richest sections of the Stule. B'lV- - Havo you spoil my now slle Man's Hats f Theyaro nob-- i ami cheap. II. 0. AMlir.ltd. Cork will be high this winter, and beef "ill likely be much cheaper, says nil the ipnrket The teawoii assumed is the sou roily of hogs the hogs ate not Hi the pnuntii Hip puckers say, ami In this spctlnu Hie coin is hhnrt. It is thought that potk "ill bo (10 per lent, higher Hum last yenr. I'rof. Iliok, t bo SI. Louis ns tronoiner nml weather prophet, who foretold ho tornado that portions of Illinois, expressps the opinion that the comet, that has nttrneted so iiiiipIi atteulion lately will have a "illiutiiig" efTeet on the Pitrth, ami predicts tho prcvaleuco of chule-rnext stiuimer. &5y Iy stoek of nod Gents' Hlovei. Shoes, Hosiery, (, pouslsts of the llnpst good-- , and will he sold very low. II. (1. AMMKltO. That was ipiitiMi marked which the ICentucky Legislature, piihl foiigresittuiii W. ,1. Stnup, Sittirdav. On his apiiear-nion tho lloor of the House a recess was had. during which all the members were prcspntpil, and ('apt. Stout innile a iipat little sprpch, reeognUiug the coiupli-inpu- t psid him. A tiuiine tnarriago was Ii) .litdgit Najlor, Wed upsd.ty noon, the btidoaml groom sitting in their eaitiage in ft out of the court homo. The liappi con trtietiug p'lttieN wpip Mr. .lolin .1. Oneiin.iud Mi-- s Annie Wnrford, tlauuhter of the lato .lolin Watford. Ma their future bo bright, prosperous mid joyocs. f you want soinething baud Von-ncrxeo THIS b' tu i lyni r I - SMirriEC., iEiUjiLXsonsr & -- (Oods! fuiupli'to fitork of I'uury Oonils to Uickmniil a ii r. c u v n ru u i i : ic. oo. J A Tr.OMION, Jr. ; i r.tt AB:s:i:s'rii-:a- 'Shu Ans.isIii S'uKorMOii of CIil Man The uioHt i'ltstotly. is in "I. Jrade is Boori? V liku 'Mlinil'ilV ivii iiiMH'invmn Mirnnvu nivi iiiiuumio iwv iMiiuwmiMd lMiiuivtiibillui, T.ninpy ot livery Description l!iiqmt F.nnipft, Ditinor Solo, Wntrr Hrl. Vttsc l.umpP. Toilet Seta. Cuko l'latcs, Night Lamps, Decorated Limp. JnpitiiPHp Ton Sctn, I'rult IIowln, Salid HowIa, Cliuiiilier ,S'td, Celery Trnyn, Cimplilnr, 4 I'iiWHHN. OiitiiH'iil Hi't, OiuiI lliiNkptK, WIiip Spin. lliirlintliip Viisph, Miijulipii Wiirp, OupH mill Suupprc, I)oii. O.tntcr IMiiIck, Toy Tc.i SuIh. AUo, the clioiipeHt lino of OtL3ristro.LS Octiac3.ios riorhln OniiiKCn, 2 Nulu, i'igt), - jtiiieciin, CocoaiintH, I AT- W. S. ELLISON'S. W- - DONT KAIL TO a SHU III.M HHKOIUJ HUYIXO I wa Jiiij PuJ Little Stuff", trcat Mow and Jirut is not a tootl way of Advertising ! I.OWKST HASH KIIIOHS. MAllKHO IS I'l.AIS KIOUIMW. Tllli NUWHST AND MUST MOODS IS IIHITHU 'I HAN A COIAT.MN OK WINDV TALK I CO.Mh AT ONCH AND OUT 1M0K KltO.M ON com-plinipi- il g HNTIKK STOCK1 'JlooJcs, D. E. WICS03S" & CO. Fancy Goods, Toys of All Kinds, Musical fnstrunicns, Ilnirj ppr-forme- il '?., 'c. Nov. I.'ith. 1.'. of Ornpn Iti 'g. Npw Maililil pouiity. Mo, uml I.iiiirn .1. .lolinciiii, of Knltoti mnn t In oIIIpp of .IopI Conk, i K.V., lit I. P. Nnv Mmlrhl Ueuonl. Ifitiuio in MAJtlMKD. On K. (tipiiii, T 1 Oa-T- ln prrttlpst lino Water Sp1, to (liis Dinner Sets. II. C. m;ih(j'm. Chine, rrtiit Sets. 1'iepp Table Sots, Tho next term of Hip Pirrult Court, in IliU count., nil' poummip Lemonade Spts, or Hip .'SmI Moinlay in Jaiiinin, nml Chamber Spts, see At.ruKi) McDamki.. t'oiitiniie (mo wppki. liipu I lie Nt Monihit in Mm. " n lh: iinii In I'etry eonnty, Teitn., a nine Hip 1st .Monday in Siwmhpt,;t year old girl has been discovered tpi'kn. who Is hshl to bo piKKPSspd of powers. She cures thp This is thn spbhoii of Hio joar when iIip pranks pprtlut m nkI. sick of all disposes, uui! can make inc It ' Xiniis," It Ik Ik i! tho the blind see, (he deaf hear, nml '' givpr of all t;ifi will r mcinlipr thp lamo walk merely by the on ol hands. It is said the kiiii!! Hiphp priii'lliprN of ii Micrctl iiiiiiip. HioiikIi (Iipj ilecprtf until-lui- ; nlllleted are tl inking to her bv the humlreds to have their ills relievat lii hands. ALL CAUKNIS ed. Her name is Atldio Kerry. Utioxr how tmril It In to kppp tht ' fciy Tho ll..pt nnd mom ntjlUh fcjf I have, reepivpil n ulee lot CIllllllPII ill SIlOPH. ll hPPIIIK, lot of Ot'ptpoalh in Him tnun. Koiiii'tiuiPN, n thpy itp ili'tpriiiln-'iuseful and orummutal attlcles, Call mid nee tliein. ami will glte ehoiee of any upon to upitr tlipin out in n ln.. j II. 0. Amhkiso. tho ptirohaso of worth of Thiv run, Jump, ilm their toc The dpinand npou tho part of Dry Goods, Clothing Hoots, Shoes nn.Mliiii to wi'.nr out llifir Shorn. II. C. A.MIIKIU;. A Hhoilily nho :ov sory ipiiekly. Homo DpiiiopratH that t mirpMH &c. pIiiiiiko tho Kotirth of .luh to Nov. MUs I.i7:i Ilobprts died verv 10 S3? TBG 8EST 1! !3 Sili, may ho In the right ilin'ittinn, suddoiily at the home of Mr. ami Thp "Littln Oiaiit School Shop" U hut IpiV ait until that t' irpxa Mrs. XV, II. Koigtisnn, in Mocow. tho 1IUST, nml only to lip fouuil tpppalH lie D.tMMiport I'onp Hill, Wpilupsilay p ening, Noveinber and reduces the la rill ta. lit Hai.t7.kk Sr Siiaw'h. IKltl, nt 7 o'clock. Whether she died from injuries received from a The pnneertut City Hull. night hint by a linmoei mpiiny fall from tho porch steps, or hpmt 'front Troy, reeelvpil the Inu'lieRt failure, is not fully known, but the eotuuienilatioii from all in attend latter is supposed to be llie cause .liil(!i ICnmllo hopm to llpntnn, mice. It wasaii tiglv ovenln. hut of hpr ilpiitli. Aunt Liza was 7S Moiiilnv, to liol.l li Im Iiim couit dm they had a fair Iioiiho. They ypais old, it nieinlipr of the Moth Cliuult .liiilo of Hip Dict'iifl. nIioiiIiI visit iih aaiii wlien the Odisl church a' this place, ami a dovoteil christian, mid was deal Our inprplmntH, osppphilly HUH loved by the family in which hhe tlinHP who hamllp hnllilay f;noilK, In rfii'iil Iflltr lo ill nMimrV'tirrr. residpd. Clint tin Democtat. tiro piijimIhr ii vpry linny hpssoii. Mr. A W lt Millrii ', III tOWII, Ht 1 1 mill CkmiIh' Silk ami Llp ppr dronlit cJJgii . "iTmicI-k'Ptolilpfii Tea Sets, Wlno Rets, lay-lti- l 1 ' mm mi ! tiiusu aiiu hound ro ciiuatu a hush Yesterday afternoon mi honor nnous taut ariput was made by Detective AVIIJJrs' YOU C.Vi JIUY W. O. lledrick, in the peison of.,, 5p. J. I). Darnell, n wl.lto mnii. who la Hi'st Calico for . 'r' 0o uin.xn-(I- n innofip ft n wanted by Sheriff T. II. Johnson, Fruit of thn Iifioiii" Dornnatir, 8ic. I of Kulton county, Ky., for u tiiurCautoii Flannel all thu r!iv from 5c. tier committed three .vents ago. f IUmI FIhiiih-I- , lor. . . t When Darnell was taken in cits til , l.i ( .iray iwiitcit r imtiici. toe tody by Deloclive lledtick, he ool IJnlls (Shepherd s) per lb. l.ln. was given to understand that he 1 uuscoureii larn, tun wpignt, per in. one. was wanted for engaging in it light I'Mnn .... .... K.iviinv S'urn., nil colors, tier limit;, fin. , at the Vat lety Theater, on WashGood Carpet Warp, nil colors. L'On. ')C. IT.....I..I.1I UUtHIO) UOU InjUti street, ami utieu Ktatinn IIIIIIIUUIIII !.... housekeeper Dick Hilton askr.l Heavy Stripe Shirting, 8Jc IiIn imino li rn nllnil '.I I). Il ir Women's Calf" Hntlon Shoes (solid) JKic. nell," mid claimed Ilickuiau, K , Women's Grain Hattou Shoes (solid) 1.2.1. us his liome. .Men's good, strong Uoote, .?1.75 Later in Hie afternoon Darnell ft 1. 0(1 l Underwear, suit (shirt and drawers), ,, was sppii In Ids coll at tho station Men's " 1.50 house, ami was questioned regaid-lu- Meti's fancy wool Unuern ear, suit " T.O ' ' " '' his history. He said his name Mot's iniliii-i- l was Will MoAIIpii. This seemed Double width Tricot Dress Goods, (all wool). 27c strange lo the interviewer, who You will quickly see that it is to your interest to patronize ns. asked him if his iiamo was not Dxmell. He denied being I),ir nell. Dick Hilton, who was pies cut dining thn interview, asked tho man if ho did not givo his S. II. Wilson, Usq., says thn Tho wind Tuesday night did name as Darnell when brought to tells us that by Detective snne coushlerutilp damage in the Tiny the stiitiou-huitsHedrick. To this query ho gave It iinh Crppk neighborhood, blow- the corpse of a Mr. Wilson, who an evasive answer. 'Ihe Appeal ing down fences, &e. On the fat m died tho year after tho war, was Avalanche reporter thou told him of Mr. Win. MeOohep, tho house disinterred one dny last week near that lie was at rested for beluga of Mrs. Mitrohison was unroofed IdlewiblH, ami although the eofllu fugitive from jii.tieo from Ken ami n trpp thrown 11011144 tho was rather rotten, tho face nml tuokj, that ho was charged with honse breaking in the side-'- Sic, form of tho dead woman was killiui: a mail ut or near Hickman Mrs. Murehisou mid her children whiter arid tinner than it was on about three .ears ago. To this he were in the house, she teeeiving the day on whieh sho was buried. replied that ho knew nothing of some injitile, but the children Her former friends nml relatives the killing, that ho never lived in were uuhtiit. The barn on Mr. all came to see her and rccogniz- Hickman, but that ho had slopped Vet bines' faun wit4 wrecked. Mr. eiMier. The only perceptible difover thorn several times, while en- Mtnchee, the ue.xt moiulug, in ference was that the hair ami nails gaged in tint boating. His homo assisting to remove the debris at had grown very long. The corpse was in Indiana, but ho hail been Mrs. Murchlsou's, had his leg whs placed in ii now collln ami re- iiiiurreu. at work for tho Government across broken. tho liver from .Memphis, and was ut work when arrested .M'sterday. His wife- was living with him, but, Oh, the invs of Chiistinas, shout Mr. 0. II. Winger has received ho declined to say how long ho tho children. ".Mama, mama, go huge and beautiful selection of had been married or whore ho mar-- ' to Air. l.lingPr'H nun see all liiei Kmicv Ware, suitable for Holiday ' .. . . ....... 'I'. ., .....1 Ciirlut .,..,. ,. .. Iifii tl i lied his wife. ii tin to rrcseuis. 110 asi;s 0110 Darnell is about 3."i years old, ii j'lnnils ovorythingyoit can thftik call mid examine tho ami beautiful fpet S inclips high. Tho crimp for ni woiis, piuiiy vare, nnnuw, display. No charge for feasting which he was nrrrstcd was the vi'tvonir4, Caskets, your e.ves on the lovely array, but I f killing of an old in. in named ki ow what I want!" oil doli'l on l lie eouttan it will a (lord them who lived on Island 8, near see what you vvmit, usk for it, mid innch ploasure to wait on you, Hli kmuti. Darnell had been pay- jou will get It. Call early before tho assortment ing attention to one of Katlotaon's is culled by selections. daughters, which wiih objected to -- Mrs. 1'leas. Itrow dor died vpiy on the part of the father. This isuMpiiIv at the lamily residpncc, Last week the llonso of Hep enraged Darnell, ami nun ui"ht tiitee miles west of town last dun. resentatives of the Kentucky about three y ears ago ho went to il.H morning. She had been Legislature passed an important K.ittcrMiii'fl house, called the old several (lavs lint was able bill to farmers, entitled mi act to man out, nml us ho appeared in to do and about Ihe house mil v thp doorway Darnell tiled the con- a lew hours before she died iii prevent tho growth and ilpeninc tents of a shot- - faet, onnimeneoil conking bteak-- , of Canada thistle. Tho bill gnu into his body, killing him for the family, but had to re-- j it shall be tho dutv of ly. Ho lied ami tin clew turn to bed before the meal was vides that every person or persons, anil of could be found to him until two Hi. hod. Mr. lit pwd-- r stinted imvpry corporation holding laud in weeks ago, when the authorities iniMlutely afler breakt.tsi lor n'theCoin wealth, either hv lease hero located him and wrote to plivsioimi, lint returned home to Hickman for full particulars. Ibid his wife a corpse. The phy- - or othetwiso, on which Canada thistle innv be growing, to cut Hie Sheriff Johnson promptly replied m. 111111K tier iieatn iraeeaiito same so as to ptevont such weeds and gave mi accurate dcsciiptiou to mis heart lailute. Tlie ileepiised fi,n ripening. For failure to s of Darnell and requested his arthe daughter of Mr. T. D. ply with the not a line is imposed. rest, which followed, us utated. Ir ,u 11, nml was a most excellent tecrtverablo before anv Justico of cln s'lan lady. Fulton Fultoni.tn. the Peupp or by lutliottiient in tho A CHflisTMATbFFEB. Circuit Court ol the State. When F.ME..fonn tififeii iiiif.ionir.inre nv porsnu or oorpointioii owning All-Wo- t.ntptilt Apical, v4l4hrltr. life II. DUCIIA.tAX, 4 m. a4 3itl, CJAP1TAL STOCK $50,000. DIBBCTOHS. J.J. At.VXAM'Fj:. HC 1 JLc C. K. CA8U, Jinle IU)S DL'tl ANT. It I. C. 11AMU.K, J N. 1IKAULK3, y H- - ...r.t BUCHANAN. rrmM.nt- c. fDNPl'IlANT, CailiUr; J.N'. BGAULGIt, Jr , J.J VIc-Pr- It. L. AI.EX-ANUIJ- t, AmIii-ih- UnM.iir. .. - , The Arnold Automatic Steam Cooker! tl ncttr liolla over. No lu to I rott sali: csrupc fe-X r.v lmi or oilor cn a he room. Ji 6 a iVlM J.fc STB 2 JH If, li ttt CASB, KKNTUCKV. red-woo- 1'' S il einiiot scorch. HICKMAN, 1 nms nji In 3 minutes Ml nutriment, rltlineM .ll fl.nr of llie too I i rcuinetl. 1,, BALTZBR & SHAW. Nevvs-Hanne- N'erJ no watching. S i KV.t .rt2L!31 VBBtmtTg fjAiUH r f j VjSC Call anil It. - It'. Jim llie thing jou wnl, Ami ;ou ought l Imre lit tz- -i Ci o o , ' 5 ! ej CO CO Christmas Gifts. ,11-.- Fancy Ware. Q n T3 . I fig iv cso New Advertisements. (LjE " "I '' 1" t l'.it-lemo- v Young & 5n.i DKALKK8 1N- CORN! COIIX! 100,000 I CORN! - emu-p'.iiuiii- g 1111 douhlo-harrelc- d pro-far- .; -- - BUSHELS VANIEO, I'UI'e't nnrket price fir Cum ilrlivtrril m the Killroul ilnml in IIIckiiMn, or .mrvihtre on the rivtr bnk 11 ween Mt.l'vt's nn I lb. Mnujli l.aiel. i'ii or at Miinou'a, Slmck's or UnUt' dx I lolin. For (urlLrr iiifnrin.iinn. .e W J. IIAllllV 11 18 Office at Siynt .Iriisc sor "ill nr lh Staple and Fancy GROCERIES FRUITS, &c, Clmluii St , coin-w.i- l,OOU,OOt rtpoKos ViiiiloiL One million Hickoty Spokes (buggy) wanted, to bo delivered on the grounds at tho John W. , Morris Spoke Faetorv, Fast mid for which thu highest market puce will ho paid in cash For further information apply to Tavi.dk & TVLUK. Hick-man- lt Door Cist of Laclede Hotel, HICKMAN, KY. Dr. L. OTLEY PINDAR, PHYSICIAN AND - I 3-- 4 Life Sized Portrait Free. Kri-'da- LOCAL NKWS. i ' I B Irt-lc- . opn!iiijj of JMIUR, f opcplaliyut flnp WiUoIiph n Ihr l.r.l iMi.fflliti I lei n liinll, mi I ilUCK' Hiioh. . '('Iiiml-'lljln'i- . 1 1'iidi Itrmrlv Cltp. .'I inr congli , 'l-r- IS .1 TIip Hip.kinnn Hnllillnc and Loan AiNopiation iiippIn tit thu " rottrt lioiiso noxt Tliiiroilny nl;ht. (rniii I)fift;lt. oihrr iirrptrn-lnn- t iir in n U nmrkci ll la itio U'l ll iihIiJ for Couitlm, CoU nl 'tle ly C. A. Holcomhv, lor I nidi IkiU nil FREE CHRIsTmAsTrESENTS. of who slioulil apply for to ore im re thidr show window tils. poNtmiMtpr of that pity by it pin, h for Hip holhla) h. .Many vpi.v pIppiIoii. preltv novelties in all ho llnex C'iy I'.npy MIxpiI anil IiphI ntiuk will bo show ii, .nl Santa CIiiun will havo no lioublo in llniling (JaiiilieH, .'t IIih for -- .) ppiiIh. at pretty preauutH for ull tho lililo .M(!l)ANii:r.'ri. Ai.l'itKii UPNtlou prl-inar- y Henton, Ark,, li:m notttoil thn Tho iiiorotinntR are lipciiiiiini; I i ? f a j vT 'ji ... - V. K 1'piiiPinlipr tho DiMiioctntio The ilinpatoIitM tell ns thai Jit piinmr.v oli'utlon for .Mn.or anil (hiuiiiilliiiPii, at City Hall, TiiPRilay Clevplauil killed 20 dtieks in the ohiiuuol olV Hromlwater Inland next, from to i) oVIouk, p. in. last week. The Ohiou Deiuuci it ,Mr. .lolin V. Morrln, who is sa,n that if Mr. Clevelnml cm vpty low til hpr falher'M in .Ma- nhuot liko ho pan write they will (.Mimutitpo him 11) limes that mini rtin, Tpiiii., wiih innrh bolter ami it Is thought now may bpr on Iteelfoot Lako any day. got woll, Ciy Helure lnstiriii your life, Tho town in orowiloil with sen U. K, Ut.l.l.snN and get In CliiiHtmiiH OooiIh, Notiuc Hip p iiiteH on tho now Distnliutio" nilvpilixpiuent of 1). H. Wil-no- I'olltdes now otTet oil by tho "OM & Co. in thla tNHiie. That Mutual." In event of death, he meant IiiiMiion.". font the expiration of twent Tliu nliPiippHt and IliiPHt lot of earn, all premiums returned to ChrlHtimiH (iooilsln Hip niarktt,at gotlier with tho t'aeo value of thp pullm. fl:ij )'j II- ltucir Hiioh. Tho Collego PiitPrlalniupi.t Mis. V. II. St'tilt, of .laekon, Tpiiii., rotttritoil homo Tiipsilay, Monday night was highly uouipli tiflpr n ploiiRiint vlit to lief par. lueuted by iiiany who hi'iu.l it oiiIh. Mr. anil Mm. S..I. Noonon, mid rofleetetl oredit upon teaphers ami iiupilH. The only complaint iipar Cnycp, HiIh eonnty. liparil was that many missed tiio Ilov. XV, 0. WiiteTH, tho now plpasuio of tho evening by not paHtor, will iirpiieh at tho Mi'tlin-I- f knowing of thu oppiihIoii. HuIiodIh hi Chiiitih, Hiinilay nml Siinilay should advorllso hiiuIi uiattorH, ps nielli. Ho will tu l;o tip rPKlilonpo pppially when no good n lueillnm In tho pariMHiagu na hood as it can us the Courier Is at their diapos.il, be va'iaU'tl, free. 1 Ill-tiii (llll'H. The high tarilV is ofT on Christ, mas Oopds, ami Mr. G. II. Ullugcr has t oeel veil his llrst tittrohases under the reduced prices, ami will therefoio be piiahleil to sell you any and all kinds of Christmas Goods much lower than tho sumo goods havo herptofoto been sold lu tills maikot. Upsides having a very largo stock, ho will marl: ptiops so low that no Holiday Goods will liu curried over. Call ouilv mid get choice selections. The 'n dn cult News Is tespon-siblfor the following story : "A eolorod man was nsked liow ho voted mid replied that ho went to tlio polls to vote the ltepiilillenn tifkpt, hut on looking over the top of tho ballot ho saw a hoe mid plow, two things lie alwajs did despise; then he looked ut tho eaglo ami never know of catching otio in his life, ami whon his1 eye caught onto tho rooster there was a natural instinct that paused his hiiml to ci al it, nml he don't know but what ho voted with the chicken." I o It Should J. P II Bo In Every IIsuso. ulllmn: lr ICIni: n (or I'litmnnipllnii, OaiigliH i New (llnOdTtry nml t'ol U, llil ll curf'l liin wife win) w.i llirfitfiifl wild I'lieiliiinnU nfiprtli nil 'irk of ''Li tlrlppe,' win-i- i t irlom olln-- r rem. e.lli-- i nml imirriil pliyitcUm li.nl iluno her , of ('okinrt, im gnftil. Ilal'ert It'irlx-rPr. KIii'h Nw lliacutr; l'.i , cUIiiik 'lo no him mum gool tlinn nnlliiuit liu h.i ever uit'l for l.unjj irmililc. Nnttiing Mice it. Trjr It. b'rm Irl.M.ulllfs .it (J. A. llnlnainU'a ilru store, 'l.irgu holtlen ".Oc in.l l.OI. WUkoii, 871 C'Ujr nyi Im will nut u Si, Shiirnhire, ili' Itrntitf nee anJ oflae .i,l joining Jn Ige King, Having made arrangoiiients with m in h olhce 3 "o 'J'2 the largest l'nitrnlt Copying hottso articles, but do spAor in this country whoreby wo guarNOtrouble too nirae allroJ. how Come anJ see. at the corner of Troy antee to buy of tliein a large numnJ Moscow Afemie. Km lllckmrn Kj ber of Ihpir portraits at their lowest wholesale cash tateu (as an adBlacksmith and Undertaker , vertisement for their vvotk), wo A. W, LINDSAY, are now prepuipil to offer to our HICKMAN, KENTUCKY. customers (for short time), when 11 o r a y-- a t-IiikI. All ir )o( their cash purchases have amount. Jr t mul Interim's mini tip pnlil hy 2 p. m " C. C. C. rcr'ii:i t'lilll rnro" It cd lo $10 ut our stoto, a.'Mlifo 01 'tut iliv, or fine follnw A full IIIOICMAN. KY. 71 IVK MK A THU I, when yoii Hitnt Ilcaa:.t to luko and iinrmlt-sx- . the toctliulilrii sized Crajon mid Ink Portrait, reiiiistril, i'lillil.-c.--i Jf done, or repair ou (l IIUo It. 8iIo Wiicoii. &o n uperinliy. popipd fioiu any good photo, they Tt Meeting III he lielil :il ruurt bouie. to euro Chilli mid Jl'oi cr. Lurgu OSice with R S. Murre.i alo keep n full line of tuny Hplept ft no of charge. Theso holtloiSO cent. Tho annual session of tho Un d or takor'c Goods, licitiiifnl portraits arc of Hie sumo r'or Ktle by V. A lloirumit, Drusglit. Coiiiiikiii, ItO'ewooil, nnJ Snlbt IllncV size ami qnality us havo been re- Mtihndist Cnufeteiico, in session t ntrt.Mayileld last week, made the Ti,K"Twlce--WfW- " Cuflins 'uui Cnifii, which can lie fitted tailed for years at $10 each. St. Imis Ueiub-- . (allowing appointments in this Ilo In up on short notice, anJ nt reanouablo liALizi'ti it Shaw. the ,rt nil otictp. IIIOICMAN, KY. prieen til'e me cull vioinlly: e, nntionnl newi jir.irml )'iitilUlici a laftr Shop nenr the Jul), Hickman Station-0. Waters. ronntry. It leu ltd llie fijht for liih n regular meeting of ICen At furllT Lako Hlutniissinn-- II 0 Nunco. tueky Lodge, No. 'Ml), Knights ot nml M1111U itpliout n rlrnl in the Sh pin I.ncleile block. Impoitril gnnit, . Tiptonvillu Circuit J. I). Honor, held Fiiday night last, lrnllnK nl rppreienlitivc lciaocrlic firm ilm rninnilnf , arlUtlo Culling,.m workoicn, BatUfaclion Riir- C0.ILI brai oilloprs were cloctctl foi GOAL! Fulton Station G. W. Wilson. imprr of lli t'niiel Slle. It l (atnril iie '.16 M the ensuing term: enili T'teailiy ami FrM iy, fourteen Fulton Circuit ,1. XV. Waters. K.T. T.lor, Dictator. r ptgea every rrk, fm only nn Union Clty-- W. G. lletley. I'lTTSHUnt, Tom Dillon, jr., Past Dictator. yenr n grcul pvper for Moscow Cirpuit-- C. H llaskoll. llie price of a wrekly. tt ic the iu J Don t .You Wparn Vieo Dictator .las. tl. Ll'llKKA, Httinlioblt K. IC. Htansfurd. al lentt half u werk earlier, an t innoh U' II A. T lolin Wcatherly, Ass't Dictator. ILLINOIS LU P, mnre fully thiol mi) "tfkly. I'eryholy Clinton G. 0. Hrooks. Tom. Dillon, sr I'epnrter. liniibl ulif rit'inml NinitAcrrn, Killer XV. T. Ilmiin is cnntintipd news, freli nml en for it non, nml ?, I the II. N. Cowgill, Fin. Ueporter. npJete, iliiring llie elo as Presiding Kbler of this District. inf montlm of llui Kepnbllrin niimliiilri-llnIn any 'jmnlllim Jwircil. A. M. Dellow, Tteasuier. Ilov. Welborn Mooney is made nell iw nfier ibe InuiigiirilLin nf .1. W. Cowgill, Chaplain. tliu IIdmC iho Presiding Kbler of tho Lex- - Cle'elmil nml Slrfeimon, when Ihe llemo jiir nm Tom IM miner, Guide. rrnlio ptrly will he In almoin, u com ml nf AHHoi'iinunt f ingtoii District. Peter George, Gnat dial). & JiMuVr'Si'ii. Win. Stoker, Sentinel. ,ftrn,iRfe"ci1 lH HXUXJ Hj th. fl HiW , (K Trustees -- W. (J. Johnson, W. til 0 St. LnilA fx(r, ro,y m , hr 0 ,ci:mAN. : : : : kkntuc IV. At. IvllliriO I'eilllSV IV'llll III P. Ta.vlormid 0. C. Smith. li sender nf eicli t'lnb of r.inr nw I'o bo I'ouiiiI Olllle, MptnphiH. 'it,crller, with four ilollum. VVrlie for Hep. to Grand Lodge Jus, (' Tlio Hiokmmi Methodists are' f"0 '1rn,'l'1" c"l,',',,,, IU',1 ','1" '' c1"''' AJ 1ST DU.S. K. DAVIDSON. Wearnj ulterniito, Tom Dillon, sr " '" won pleusPd with tlipnpiiiliitiiiuiitu" '"' at '''""' ,0' 1 ar ir a it i a r.t nf Hev. WatetH, nn he in well 3 wi's 1 ten it ' '! Cir HOLLIDAY EKflTTIMTflW EATSS, u" - ' ,Ter"1 ,0 "? In selecting gift lor father kiiovvii to many of the inuinbets. VI KFNTUOKY HICKMAN, mother, brother, sister or tiieixl Newport News & Mississippi Valley rjickman i.i:im t:ilM,l. TOM I! garble Works, call mid see my elegant assoit I Company. Wine, i) o pleinuil lit! children Inuk forward inont of lino Sifver-plutelOlllce over Cowgill & CowgilPa lUGKMAiY, yel A'Y. corlnin 0n ami Fre for the llonml tho latest stylo mid best qtiuhij to tho lime lul'tkull, nmlchilli, a nnil I. cure the worst cio of Trill hmivUMn nil rildttnn.nt, il, V.....-..Drug Stoto. V, () All giiarauteutl, T?AAI "tire Id 00, pnrijirr uhilti llie uppellle will News Hn .Mi4Uitppl Co nn to lUL'-t- f II. 0. Amiikiiu. ni,l..lll,. iniiirate limn Ilia tiral iluv nf ll. n ..11. OKALLK 'IN tifiiltinher llml eich Imillo Kiinrnnleel olnU Norlh iiml nml Id Memphl. B. T. '0 cure thn most niiiliborn chill, nml In nml point t Smith Kt, ami Aiiriiican Maiirm! rjokeU IH he nolj IItaiivn eoiinei'tlnn villi tl'.ll'j I....... Liver Pill Peoemlier it.. !. ... 'M III. IS'I' Jn- - . MoM'ihNTB, TDMli ANl llltWK Virilr lnillifil lo iiik, fiilii-- liv rt' Mill cure ihe unrsl c.ise of lihlniM feser, nry 1 nml '2 1111:1, geoi for return until sroMis. nu in mock, tt tine lot of nier-- 1 or HDCnanl, are rel'ie.-tlr10 onni" ('r ir 'lyspeiult or rhemnitiiiiii Maioifirtiireil Jatunr.r 4th. Hlill OHice orer llickniun llinl.. 11 growing, neglects or refuses to cut or destiny the same, any person feolili" ii"'HiTil in inillinr. . Willi ifli.r .I.i.cl i.nflnn l o... tep ,.,, ;l,B nmUn...l endow,, nt Die siiick Fur il by c. a. "'d thistles, uiid loonvei Irom thp owners of the lauds potnjipusa ml, Dnijyiii Hon nt the into of one dollar per 11. ::. v ii. ,i. day. Tho bill has already been The rryilir mnntlilr nicetinu nf the passed ny th Senate, ami awaits II .kiimti Hint Uiik Ni"Lnn A'.nchtloii tho Governors blgnatute. or 'Iliiiro'luy nljjlil, ITith ':l,Z::"Cu ! it It in tlieir Iioiih- llrurfl my ni'Vr,- - nii'iek of rroiiti.aaivl, I 'nl liia litr K. Dillon, I.iiry. Hill roilirilr I COUIllr. IVJ".1 wTdiestelbrink, Family Groceries. SURGEON, HICKMAN, KENTUCKY. til-,- ii. F. OLIVER, A a Xi a w, J.t.is.-:u)tcf- I Moi-olitViU- Tailor, WI-n- 11 W. Sulli-van- I. lonlx-lee- LM! n Dul-l- y Forget It! - n, H Joha witting IC-i-p- 11 1IT- faris farker, AV-lt- istji .vTj 11 d ivi: '- HIOKMAIT! a i" t 11 I I h l'll . 'ey I Am? Take Notice! r I I , I it unci I plm-i-- cot',, nnile, or thtir otiliii' will tic only by h Lemon Cliemlctl Co., Jiick. Kiir fnrlher Information, npply lo the la llif h ui'ls of oll'icf r oiiIIi., Fl.i., nml New Yrk. We.lern neiirest Ticket Ai;eii, of Ilia Xewpiirl Ooni. at o'ioj nn t iierebjr mve hole,i,j drpet Pudiiculi, Ky when) nil News and Ml.l..lpd Yulley Co. mem whit I 1117. ""tern sliu'iM be n,iilraei, ' For sle by I. I'. IUY, Trillin lniinyer, JOHN WITfl.NU. wgill S Os)sill,dru1;sU. T. II. Lv.sril, Ass't Uen'l l'jss. A;eul. Hint 1111 firo.il-IfCtlo1 ev DAVIS, Attorney at Lr w, HICKMAN, KY. Will i s'li-m- l 11 til' IUY drier win, ami Italian .Marhlr, I w 'll orders. Call and exaudue pre-piii'- Ji ,, Jliru 'rotHyi'J couutrjr f rooiptlj rusted iw promptly to all hmdneiM in. wchll'UU kit o.irn. 0 V 9isw 0 - i 4 V zm& mmmmmwi mm Vi-nm.- m. .,- -, ''-wv'- HmP'riWMiMi ,tar. " .,. , ' ., --,, - ft m ! $. .t.'i,J5Jbi. t" . ' smi hi ..',,... iordnHnrvieaflj. V. .., . i iniii i iiiiiiiitiwiiiimiiiiii i ..til., nujBMm """ . - ... teiV t - . dft 2 . . ;.A3.,H,,d.j;jLli!'.iJ4jli... .."- 'tUUkft J.JtV.iiilrtlJilifl!LtiAi(i;l4i.,.,U.S,. "fp mMM.a.,l.AUJLLirMXimMtlklll Alij. . "" iwRmjvktir T 1vwMlsBIlViiinlHPIMRPTVW w dn?$ iV ' v.'.,mu.'ifc-il.sAa,ta.,.Ui, . t. T i i MJJiJ itk J L & f The lluluth find fiupeilnr MprrUl. In full Uccpir.jf with Its pe'icy tlm .N'..rtli- - estrru l.inr (Chimin; t,.rth Western llnltiay), lint icociitly inntitrurnfoil thicuvli trnln service lwtiiccn t'li en. inml tho Lnke 8upe lor ro clon. '1 hi it. w tru.n is know us tlio "l)u. lulli (mil Bupcilnr ripciiut," nnd It loaves Chicago dni yntfi "1 p ni , nnlvinc IwlorntK .vn. m. nml lliilnth in. tlienpxtili-V- i innKliiK tlio 10 iinoy in quick tunc of fifteen hours. Tlio train Is mnilo up of linpiriipo c.u a, iluv couches ami p.ilaoi- hutlct slreimiR ran nf tho most muleru mul Approved ilosipn, nml nil rlnsses of pasucnpeis nro can led through without ch.intrti of cnrs. Ktijior Ij ei led in (llnlnRrar nfterdcptirtura from nnd lircukfiist Is served from n tmnct o Itmirc ) oiu scir n nuic-- anil eomtorliilila jmirnpy Ijo suro to usk for tickets la tlio ftortn V.cistern I.ino Any tlcKet npcnt cnti furnish full this railway, or It will Ijo pioinlUly furnished upon Hppltciillon to V. A Thrnlt (loneral eetigor auU Ticket Agent, Chicago. n 11 uts-53n. Ihiito-mnrkabl- y CMi-Hff1 nlu. lltcrshobn. Mnry Queen of Soots untst pass out from tlattcry nml pomp to suf. for ignominious death In tho cnstlo of For Six Month's She Guarded tho Potherlnjrny. Tho wheel of fortune keeps turning, r.iul mansions nml lints Gibbets. rxcnniiKf, nun nc "iiu rwiu mu cniiriui 1 the Son. lull the Mni of the I'sllier-lir- lef pushes tho bnrrow, nnd Instead of tho Ulnro of festnl lights is tho Bimmcrlng Ntrlkcs thn Laity Hell nnd In plnco of Saul's I.nwlr HI, pal,. i Krerr.ti; of tho pcal-llrpntaeo is tho rock, tho cold rock, tho Herman. MZl'AIPS VIGII Tho vossi-- pnrted. Amid tho whirl, wind nnd tho darkness till were lost ulitc. These clunjr to tho v reck on but the Sleeping that night on Long, stone Lighthouse wns a clr! of emtio spiru nnci comely countonmioo. As the morning dnwns I sco thnt iflrlntnudltiir nmld the spray nnd tumult of contend Ing el('molt looking through n glass upon tho wreck nnd tho nlno wretched KENTUCKY STATE NEWS. IrcMntlvw Proceedings. I 1, DETWEEN THE WARRING LINES. j( 1! Niiiiir. No Js. shiats-N- runce tr.mtacted. Mr (Isrdner, of toll in riyiiUte the o business f IL '"cob.with his head on a stone. wild soa to ro.cuo them. Tho fat ,,,,,,,,. jsrei , t, done. .li.t l,Ji. "it can rot bo... ...... iHtiiaii, mo unuirhfnf n - A a i, (.;lw .h(J , Mnin :,. ....,.. , ,. . . . .. i.,, o- --. mo iiiniiinni? snrr." Hut she per. ciesrrL iH'nriti mo innrsiiniinir oi inn uv .i. Dn.KILMER'B took sackcloth nnd u 11 -- .. l.ninn. . In), n on bnrren l'nt- - slsted, nnd with her father bounds lnt. ......... tipon the rock, from thn l.innin Ill- .... tho lmrvcst until water dropped upon lllll 1 heard trumpeting, nnd tho claiv. tni' boat, Though never accustomed i " Ings, nnd the stroke of seraph pl'i"8" tho oar, sho takes one nnd her (,, themoutof henvon,ana sufforel neither father tho l.lrds f the nir to tfttt ,.,.,n tlietn "5f " on golden harps, and nothing nwny' tho oilier. Steady now! l'nli Pull awavl hut heavenly strength nerved Klrpnh uy tiny, !'.. nlghU" nor tho beasts of the Cc J by for her appalling mission amid tlm The sen tossed up tho boat as thnnnl. It a bubble, "e stca.tny nndwere wrath of thoand nmld tin foam Tragedy that beats niftl,lnir Shake- A tramp Is nlnnt s willing to rccelvon tho son tho wreck was Ihc grand, cold shoulder, but bo prefers n porterhouse. spenrinn or Victor llngolam re- - tr'a' ?' Al tor t visions of glory ho most rnptumus reached, tho exhaucd people nicked ., turning from tho Holy Land Illughanitoii Hepuulluui. ot Ihrlstlnn love, the great-wbnl- o and saved. Humane societies tendered touched upon It, but I must have a' Mcnw Wealth injured Into tho If Ton Leave riilmcn at 0 P. M. l est triumphs of graco have como to tho their thanks. .... SPMIinri ma .i... N'pnn v . . . . . . Lii.iii " 'i nrcl for either St l'aul, Minneapolis, Omnh or ami tlio be- - lap of tho poor girl. Visitors from all ?"" h0. ll-preci- l The explosion and fln.1. o Motix Cltv, vlit tho Chicago, Milwmikoc. A: ayed and tlio crushed. Uo.l stooping lands came to look athcrsweot face.nnd ht 1'uiil Hallwiiv, nn oxif llrnt supper isul der have, driven nearly all the ,,cavcn to comfort ltlipah when, soon after, sho launched forth 1)0 served In tlio Din iir far. You c.ui llion nnd birds of prey fmm those, ns ons. do"n fro'!x on n dark sea nnd death was tho oars-maflagrant ugar nml "avi-Henjoy n.tl10, lioV nnd now tho shriek of with your follow travelers in the smoking whlstlo which is ot tl10 tcxtdlv dukes and duchesses and mighty .Affnln: t'10 dnllr !, loam, or icnil a mel by tlio llylit of tho tll0eo ' on rn amid great men sat dow n in tears In Alnwick lem will for many miles around near '"" I'll ill ill nlortrlo berth lamp, nml then co to bed In ir to s I ram boated npaitnirnl rnrwitli n e'"0r?cndcS- - ,V lat uie 1'nlestlno of cmel claw and beak. it 'biughtcr would dare molhcror slMcror seetho thinkof they might never again I of comfort and chiitiv that nil travelers in tho tlmo Qrnce Darling. face to go out to . fight of the tort W.,,.. ,n. . . .. deslte. In tho nn rnltiK vu ato ut your .. nnate. No such deeds a"l J"1"" divination renly for breakfast and btisl. were populous will, multitudes of Jack-- "l0 And so would you, If nn Uirpali Hid be asked of you, of daring w ill probably) I. cmergonc; but hear you not the tst The Stephenson bill to prevent ab-nrss M,r niruier parncuiiirs address tleo. als nnd lions. Seven sons of Van I , rrtvu was crowded out slut wrutover until n Hcafford.Ueucrall'aitctiucrAseut. Woman Is naturnllv tltnld. howl of that awful storm of trouble! Chi. nau been cruciacd on n. hill Itiznah demanded. I rr .w Thn committee on corporate hull cugo, Ilk . l,rllllirj' TrOllbld, wns inotncr to two, and relative to and shrinks from exposure and depends anil sin that has tossed 10,000 shlverel s reported with eiprmslon ot the opinion five of the boys. What had the.e boys upon stronger arms for tho achievement hulks Into the breakers? Know vn, Ax cxeli ingo calls lovo a species of i 4t ou!it to pan an act to limit the rrlce of great enterprises. And sho is often not that the whole earth Is strewn wltV of lVriinps that Is w hy tho i ourso of done that they tr to consumers thereof In cities of ths tre tuolovo l so often nrrestcd. Tcxui Sl, Nothing except should bo crucified? troubled lest there might bo occasions de tne AiupwrceUcd? ' third, fourth and filth to That there are .rrase Ihe efllclruoy of claii.f An ut of to havo a bad father Inns. loapeotlon 'ViVflV!. and grandfather. Hut now that tho mnndlug fortitude when she would fall. wounds to bo healed and broken heartj c .r and more fully pro Idthe for the protsc-boys were dead, why not tnke them Not so. Some of those who nre afraid to bo bound nnd drowning souls to bd A Mammoth Cnmpetltlnn, of the 111 ea and health of miners In the . . ,,f this .1.1. m1n to look out of doors after night-fall rescued Somo have gone down an W,5M In prties for tho est seven stories down from tho gibbets. i. ...-No. They rita.io..iMu..ii 'erson wns what The Yuuih't Cianl'i-- oltoreil; tire sentenced to hang Jiero.vSSo Itlz-pa- h and who quako In tho darkness at the ) vuiiio mjo into, mil others arf .' th.. ,111 mined to suspend tlm rules and, take up. ... H.ln,, Ih. .1.lu . um mni'iai.i 01 M.OiX) for tho liost Korials. nnd t k. ...v .1 l,H for tlio (ia takes tho sackcloth, a rough shawl least uncertain sound, nnd turn pale In clinging to mo wreck, nro aliltr the general ai.rmbly Henator Undsaf otrred t)ot 1'olk loro tales. No loss tliim S.tna lie enld: fturlcs couipeted for ilipso prlies 'I ho sue with which in mourning for her dead the thunder storm, If the day of trial ing with tlio cold, nre strangle an amendment that the salartea should data Ml.bn im.. 1. ....... yiw ucV. .t ...xnw.. . nnun from tha beginning of the ifiilon. Adopted ccssful stononnro Junt unniMincoil touppenr sho had wrapped herself, nnd spreads came would be heroic nml Invulnerable. in tho wave, are crying to you for del UUifl In Th rri;iiilnn iliiiing j03, lloua that sackcloth uron tho rocks near the iicki nns nrrangeti it so mat woman erance. Will you not, oar In hand p: Ilia bill was then pained liability bill ratltlad forty rods off and I'll aim high.' D sonding f I Tj ntouco you wilt obnin "An act torectilate the " 'So'll I.' of Insurance needs the trumpet of some groat con- out ? from the Wh-tb- e tho paper I urn to J.immr.v and for u full gibbets, and acts the part of a sentinel Couipanlrs In thli alat In oarlaln caies" was " "001110 ovcr to my house some dny7 Various Ideas Kntft rl iliint li llegardlo II test of principle or nlTcctlon to arouse last .hip's timber shall have Uy our, to January, "01 Addte ss Tub Yoctu's watching and defending the dead. .Smllima. dlscuaied at length, and finally lllfd " 'Thanks, and you drop In 011 mo In sr lialc times the iiumn was reCoui'AMON, lloston, Mass. nnd the last Loucstono Yet every other sentinel Is relieved, her slumbering courage. FiiASKronr, Nov The senata whenever you can.' Then sho w ill stand under the cross- shall have been thundered down In "t had a long dlacustlon garded s a male god. 'Trlmillvo niati," anu alter being on guard for a few over a proposition FooTnAM. plavcrs nro nn odd lot. As soon "We turned back to back and walked says a to havo a Clirilm.i holiday adjournment from hours one else takes his place. fire of opposing hosts at Chalons to give hurricane, and the last tempest sb writer, "saw tho as their fnvorlto cauio begins they o wine to tho wounded Then sho will havo folded Its wings, and the sea Iti. Iecrmber Z3 to Jaauarv 1 It u (!uall nwny, each fully trusting the other.nnd moon as n most conspicuous object Hut Hizpah is on guard both day and to kick. carry into prison nnd dark In no the shall have been licked up by tho tongi adopted Senator,Newnian latrcduced a bill It was our first nnd last visit A week whose night and for half a year One hundred ts, si ikthhIs, had tho semamendlnr thn rlrrllnn l&w. inj Silrtf nnm a later, after the battle which routed Then she will ui Sho's Off I nre1 tlio crowns ' day upon which the nnd eighty days and nights of obse message of salvation. blance f a man's face. Its waxing nnd " For two years I stiflcrcil terribly brave the pestilence. Deborah goes out eternal reward shall bo kindling lit me rote of the stale electors shall meet tocasl Karly, I snw tho (nxir fellow lying waning Inorensnl their wonder, Ita Who or what? Why the good ship , quies. What nerves she must have had for prealdrnl nnd If tticiols n pas engcr on board of her to among the dead on the dusty 1 terry v lite coming and going among the still and with stomach trouble,- ami wai for IIOI'SE Th reiUorr rnmmliilnn fntfYv1tic.1 stand that! Ah! do you not know to sound terror into the hearts of God's brighter glory on tho brow of the fa! unprovided with that grand prurontivo Abigail throws herself be- fill. And Christ, pointing to thel . the Charter lor clllr. lit llir uniil enemies. ahlrh pike." M. Quail. Hi Chicago Times. solemn night added tu tho mystery, all that lime under treatment by a ct sea sickness nnd nil disorders of tlio that a mother can stand anything? Includes CuVlnfUin. Wwtmrl nil lilnrlAti ttamncb, liver nnd bowels, llostottcr s Oh! if (.lie might le allowed to hollow tween a raldlug party of infuriated ebrluto that you reformed, and theAi until fr mi being viewed ns a mill It physician. He finally, after tryins MIMICRY OFMOTHS. Htoinacli Hitters, nil wo havo to ay Is, ho n place in tho side of vineyards. Itiz- - ing sinner whom you taught to trai Tho Iiu'ailllu court practice bill w recomld-erewas sea''-esixvinlly when Hiipairntly cvcrytliiMf, said niy htoinacli wai the hill and lay men and her husband's and amended to apply to U courts of Mow Theia Insrrla I'rntrel TlirimalTes nr alio Is very tinlhonchtful. There Is noth pah tights back the vultures from the and the outcast whom von ixi!nf! tj Kenton and CnmnbWI If thev befoma enurta of a mist or eclipse, nnd so worn out, ami that 1 would luve to ahk'ry, lug comparnble to tins rardlclno In cases of tne oodles or her cluldren to quiet rest! rrom Ibalr I'mlliered Knruttra. God for shelter, will sny: "You dd t continuous session, and was then malaria! lever, iheumatlera, nervousness If in some cavern of the trountains sho rock. ns the cvac catiiiR .solid fiol. On paed A Hound about my house Is n tangled reveren I nml norhlMsl petition was filed from merchants and other nnd loss of Mrength. Among tho Orkney Islands an eagle to them. You did it to me." might fltid for them Christian sepulture! shrubbery of stunted brushwood, with hea vou 111II10 iniinthly gxl cltiiwns of I.PAln(ton, protecting against lh of n friend I procured Again, tho scene of the text Impress Oh! if she might take tlicm from tho swooped and lifted a child to its eyrie ne ic.rn fr.nu .Max Muller new revenue law with thero what they The lxscr classes of somo bars are so small gibbet Itsccm-- 1 far up on tho mountains. Willi the upon us the strength of maternal a' slder Ihe unjust sectionregard to accounts. con here nnd teolc)i a allver birch, vonn-- ' "mou,, ' 1. a very old mini, und In lMl,nliiil,.nf of disgrace nnd carry them still An- fating The beech nnd they lire spoken of ustcmpcrince measures. flr, and In one eaiticd "ic wire further away from the haunts of men spring of a panther the mother mounts tachment. Not ninny men would lie bill allowing single counties, which compoae a stands an old outhouse, whero a corner ghSax. 1. whercltwasuslasa inns. ' " Hotel Hulk pip Is cuhne sad nut as a feminine, was sitetiKtit nntl llesli rapidly. I feel separate circuit, to supplement the and then lie beside them in tho hill above hill, crag above crag, height had courngo or endurance for the Jude'l ary was reconsidered, on motion of Mr Mejer. good nt all seasons. It Is half in ruins, "moiia." In all lhe Teutonic tnngunges now like ti new man, and consider A Child Knjoji of Kiznah. To dnre thonn and, last long sleep! Exhausted nature above height, tho fire of her own eye after an eiptanation by the latter was and while thero one day I noticed Tho pleasant flavor, gentle notion and sooth-Inever nnd anon falls into slumber. Hut outfl.ishlng the glaro of tho eagle's; of wild bensts and sit from May to PS"d by s nearly unanimous voir. Tho Ste- tho dingy old brown nnd gray wall that the sun a as feminine, and it is only that August Flower liascutcdme." effect of Syrup of Figs, when In need of was ihrowgh tobor m phenson bill to deduct the wr A.r m of nrmlieri nu,l-el- s l inlluence of a Inxntivc, nnd If tho father or mother bo in a moment she brakes the snare, and and, with unmailed hand, stronger than corpses unsheltered, nnd to Jas IJ Dedcntk Saui;crtic. N Y ' blotches of of unburied children wai a of Ihe legislature whenrxer they are absent was s(K)tted with oddly-shapecostive or bilious, tho inot gratifying re- chides herself as though she had been tho iron beak and tho terrible claw, she that n Hnglund iiiiniii has Wen Sn darker tint, lhat looke.1 llko ilamtv mits follow Its use; so that It is tho best cruel nnd leaps up on the rock shouting hurled the wild bird down the rocks. work that nothing but the matem then taken up and pastrd after a lone debate. I hat same evening, however, I found changed 'itn foiiiliiino ami Iho ami Into family rcmoJy known and every family heart could havo accomplished, I - SatATi-T- h 't KitAssroiir. Pec. S'oite mascullrat wild beast glaring from tho thicket In the Trench revolution Cazotte was needed liven In comparatively retuould bavo a bottle. moro strength than to sttr I deleted Its lime to Ihe discussion of Ihe MU on that the blotches had disappeared, cent times the Hermans were fnnd of untAWrJALMI and at vulturous brood wheeling in the brought out to be executed when his more rain had fallen and the roof was before open batteries or to walk m tho subject of decent and distribution. "Know thysolf" is pood advice, but sky. The thrilling story of Illzpali daughter threw herscf on the body of fSiirehx-dhrofull of holes. The nest dav ther had calling tl e sun and moon "Krati Soniio" calmness tho deck of a foundc-rknow about your neighbors" Is the ecu. reaches David and he comes forth to her father and said: "Strike, barbari tUt f ' v'i tYwis reported the amended revisory rommlftlon a all come back. When this had happen- and "He" l.'isiL" ernl praot.co. Kutn's Horn. hide tho indecency. The corpses had ans. You can not reach my father but steamer. "Anotl T ri'ovin,'' says Mr (ianlncr ii to tne (Jim and tontVLt There is no emotion so completely :r- fromrvinungcommittee,state treasurer to Another, ed a second time, I looked moro ' The crowd this been chained to the trees. Tho chains through my heart!" was Ihe Mil Wllklnv regulate thai I'lajlnc Cards. tne stranga marks, and, to my sur mytlml. ii i eiiUI the moon In livyptian- mpM'cuifl. Conjo;al th" office ot a tale Ins pre tor ami another Intro-- ni nre unlocked with horrid clink and the parted, ond, linking arms, father sciu.sii as maternal affection. not be relateil to llu- (ti ef ?n r t You can obtain n pack of best quality r. is nucen yesleruay, pises to amend tb twiw prise, lotiml ihem to be living creatures daughter walked cut free. iove expects tne return of many ki- playing cards by sending fifteen rents In skeletons are let down. All the seven and liastu la i ' at II is a male slid not a fe- election law wherein During tho siege of Saragossa and attentions. Iilial love x oral election ls with It cnnRlcts with the fed man mums, in met, svun loniesl or male deit personlfled In tlio god ThotlL MMrr.s oudrnfjrrn postaec to 1'. 8, Kusth.Ocii'I l'ass. AgU, U. are buried. And the storr ends. regard to the dale uf lh Ik & y. Ik H , Chicago; 1IL carried refreshments poets parental care or Is heljied by e rneoilng of the presidential eleetes The boll outsKad wings clinging fast on the This was me easn In some rellgkins In alfiYdc'.e, n llsii Hut It hardly ends before you cry out: Augu-tin- a Ia IA Attl gates. to the Arriving nt the memory of past watchfulness. Ilm i ,i day reccas wliicoier a prrksl of only finirdara, crumbled wall. 1'rom dusk until dawn tho We' 'lhe lloiunris rtHMgnixsl the ln.ll iifirjt.t rcsftly What a hard thing that those seven 'ult Tnsbnncoman Is not fastidious. Ho lives boys should suffer from Uecemlier IJ la n ir Worxts amen.b they had been out on the wing lu the gul battery of I'ortillo sho found that strength of n mother's love Is entlr , for the crimes of a on tho simplest tbU-cand the (cnunns, like the "Its UTIItfjIii ho can find. Elmlra to provide Ikat no member shall be allnw. llclila and woods their chief enemica, meat father and grandfather. Yes. Hut it nil the garrison had been killed. Independent of the past and future, Uaictlo. Arabs, . iiM.lrrod the moon maseiilinc ed to draw pay la the way ot ptr diem, iwi, Ui als .M -snatched a match from a Is, of all emotions, tho purest Thuch J orin any other aay was deftatrdbya vvte uf the birds, Wing asleep but at day- ami no- finiliilne. hs were the Selena I Sleilrt, 1 is always so. Let every one who docs She FEVER came back to their old place of J. R PAHKen, Fredonla, N.Y., sai s: "Shall wrong know that ho wars not onlv as dead artilleryman and fired off a has dono nothing in the past to es-W In K. Tbe "motion to a pam. ,! ii ry.la Inf ink i .im rrconaider lhe vote by break ml I. u is of the (.rocks and Koinain," not call on ou for thn $1(0 rpivaid, for I kindness, nnd In the future it mar crew which the Mil appropriating IT.VJ for a nwnu safety. The shrubbery was daugeruus In S twenty-sl- x pounder, then leaped on it 1.1 V lllluflltll. Wllii-,1,1.as s, 7, " iioiievo iinirs Lniairn cuie will euro any In this case against two fenerations. up to maltreat its parent; but still fm mtnt over tbe nraieof Joel It Hart and failed, because the ground was thickly covered the aiiiu'.Is in Teutonic mythology, case of catarrh. Was vry bad " AVritehim children and grandchildren, but against and vowed that sho would not leave It was called up and failed In rrielte Ike necr- nH'On male -- Pearson's Weekly. with green Ivy and still greener tor particulurs. Sold by Druggists, 73c. all tho generations of cominz time. alive. 'Ihe soldiers looked In and saw the mother's heart there goes forth I sary votes )svss)4a and tno.vs, where sparrows, her daring, and rushed up nnd opened consumable affection. Abuse can nt Sletsr V. Ura Kn.ulnir Ikw many ei That is what makes dissipation FHANkroKT. Dec I- A Cliolco Gift V V V The record breaker Isn't dishonest, n. blllea another tremendous lire on the enemy. offend It, neglect can not chill It, til t tabllnhlnc a loird of guardians for Incorrigi- tliichea and tits were always hunting !" last Mi llors in tbe land will appreciate 6o awful lliuiuli da tries to boat t!s way through life. to the n. fur food, and ble It reverberates in oil.cr tlmci It Tho life of James I, of Scotland, was can not efface it, death can not dettnn Imw children and thoiM. hos pArentsare vlc- - snapped up. Ihcy would Imio Won soon the mef, mi on,paandofilclr.n tr) Ing mo all X A Grand Family Educator ElinliaUazelto sii and it Imur, I tbe n, On the old weather-stai. . rrle tf". of Pocks hnvo sung those It lor l.arnh wo.'. St l.ai ..'oi.tlo chk. may skip one generation, bat it Is apt threatened. vrt ii.vrsiMirlomei. iUi,t. two Ixi tin nt Jlolhera' J A Library In Itsuir passeO, In relation 10 descent "That unrlvallei complexion," said I t,iii to como up in tho third exoneration, as times, nnd nblo pens hnvo lingered ing, for tho blow It hns beneficent mln trlbiitlon.An actan lmporUntdrntrture and df ed wall they were safe. .Nineteenth Friend X Tho Standard Authority with prominent Sew Yorker ulnuim,. in i. inri.. from Ihe Century. wlih gr t irllJ.suRerol but little pain. suggested In the ten comtM&dmcnts upon the story of many endurances, istry, for neglect it has incrcaslt? old statute, wai w..nL It nroililea ihsi aniiialntaiicc, "was taoresultof using Oar. and wa not rieW of w twenty minuUs I hi person Is Intestato his estate shsll descent! hating m riagahlp. but how tew to tell the story of watchfulness. It weens at tho nri say: inifield lei" Send for freo s.imnlo to ;il9 wnicli "Visiting tl.c ill lvlicicrleuc that wouknras usual In The old llagshlp which Nelson used est 15lh Street, .New York City. quities of tho father upon tho Catharine Douglas, one of the q noon's door over the Incarcerated prodigal,! 'nrsttohls children ami tblr descendants. If taltaawellnttrr- - I brothers children unto the third and fourth maids, who ran to Ujlt the door anu pieaus lor panlon nt the governor! f "DC. to his aecon-- toand alttera and their do- - In tho battlo of Trafalgar was bought war itwaiiny friend wondeirstnt1 It; as on radial, hli father and mother urTeretl by a dealer atgwlncmuondr. In 1'russia. pre 'a ocetu'ons of this kind but found that tho bar had been feet, nnd Is forced away by compas W53 wthare living, one each, but UTk'o ineSahni,t,kuernDanUcno K brpiitsan.l 'J. "? ! f. I tne.lt. Lo,(r slouatc from witnessing th ' 'her bo dead, then themolctr If living, if ih who thought the best use he could ill! 1 have the .memrdvon mv fall, uuuv .no mother. Irastlnmblo with Ihem I ' shall hiuerauon, m men- taken away so as to faclliati tho struggles friends gallows. of the Other HghU live the whole estate. If the mother bodrad, make of the old hull was to have l t I turimgh the crisis w th so I ttlo tions tho third nnd thn fourth. entrance of tho assassin. She thrust whole estate shall pass to the falter It broken tip and sold for firewood. Tho Ir u la that even my ilivlilan was naton The Tiino it. "Iron n' Tlrontlilal Troehu" That arm Into the staple. Tho to out, but this burns on withaccounts or vou her what nl after I (old blm thnt 11 was lbs net directly on the oi gans of the voli o. They sometimes IInfr-T- he house of reprrtentatlvra was la Kngltsh wero greatly provoked at this in murderers rushing against it, her arm out extinguishment, as in a gloom-strucsee very good paN of Ihvnsoof Molliers' Fuond, ha ad. havo an extraordinary rlfcctln all disoidcra Ktfect rents with very bad ' children. was shattered. Yet how many have night yon may see a slnglo star, onod 'h bill, stew for two hours over the Jipiuldlng desccrnlton of this wonderful relic of vlt. ' tils lUttKlitrr to uo tho remedy, an I of tho throat. and lhe substitute offered by Mr God's pickets, with gleaming bayonet ays l cannot im so 11 rn ut their former gTcatness, and began col Go far enough back in tho ancestral since Ued and died who never heard liS relger of toultillle home of lhe members Always credit n wlsoman with whit bo line and you find tho i lin knuisii many laities to use Mothers' imrv fnr 1- ,the touching, heroic of light guarding tho outposts ol ' the room to brrak anuorum and lhe irrak looting I' nud lliey ull pronounta It a great aoes not mij , una ohnrco the fool's words tumitude. "VUttlnr. source of all the story of Catharine Douglas i In order to have It taken b.e.u.r tuejivciai.t ntiira the tactics of r.x .Speaker Heed. the old vesse ll, fnt,,lil. ,. and her Heaven. The marchioness of Spandara, I II il..,....... V.... .. im t,, U.Mta UHK.MUU ..una. w,' w litm tho fathers upon tho children nntn tin. poor, shattered arm. You know how when the earthquake nt Messina occur T'i' Krelger substltato Is not oaweeplnr In H back to Knglantk On being Informed ilns Ham IUuii.tox, ir tiona as IhehpAUldlng bill, but prohlblu of red, was carried out Insensible from the ' r xg Itureka Hprincs, Ark. this scheme the Hivlneinuenili merKxruuioAs of Couglung ire stop cd by third nnd fourtli generation." If when calmly Mme. Roland went to execution the using ot mntlcatrd ball or dyna- -' II.iIu'h Honey ot IIoioIhiiiiiiI ninl Tar Saul died, the consequences of his and how cheerfully Joanna of Naples. falling houses. On coming to her sense ' i' In runnli'K waters, and Impos's heavy chant had the demolition of tho vessel xew mo COVER TO corzn. WaonTrrnswilh his liver, oonstlpatlon, 1'iUo'm Tootnacho Drops Cuic lu one minute. iniquity could havo rally Abreul ot tb Tlmsi. died withhm, it walked to the castle of Muro. and how sho found tlntt her infant had not been Vr is tiia for violation. The bill Introduced by sKjppou cscepv taking out one mom l'l s Ills, ixnr bUxxl er dluliinas-tak- e IVitit, i,t rescued. She filing the salary of Iho rotten (dank, svhlch Prince Henrv of Ik" ham s I'illa. Of druggists Sfteenl perished wouia not nuecestor of Ihs anlher.tU "tJna.s s Yl.no Ylano Is Chlneso triang, 0'lancl Look up nave been so bad. Alas no! fearlessly .Mine. Urlmalda listened to in the ruins. went back nnd of 10.00C . rnor at fs Inic..annuia and allowing btm vo r lirvillitssr nt Ttrsrviix-tA hriAmA " Tn Inn imhi In t..l-- . A -... iIUis.ku W'll li ... Illustration ., I tho hill a few miles oat from her condemnation, and how Charlotte YunUcse. vtiiaiti occupancy of the mansion unfumlthed, and 200 fditort tmpjojuj, oitr $3oo,ovvJ nU'n,m JoutiK Jerusalem and see tho ghastly bur- Corday smiled upon the frantic mob mothers w ho in as many different wayi ' thnut iras, ater or other Incidentals, hereto- - II. nd a prcat isallor. onlcrrd to Ixi , lxn7 ff.01'1 The storm cloud should havo a sky blew dens have sacrified themselves for their chil- ' re furnished by the auto, passed by a good bouRht aiuUcntto him wnkcopwVe. W . J!L?laL?nt of those seven gibbets, and that pursued her to tho guillotine. And . .SOLD HT ill. UOtlKSLLLKU. color. .mi, iiniiiii, aim in, iIm.i.i v.1. ii hi . iiiiitiinMirri '"ij'Tlty ". aypr ireniru so lull tho wan . and rjcraj P.izpah tlicro would be no end to the recital if dren. wasted (ii.--r 'inu rv pM l"V rstais cf r'Mli rHASKroiiT, Iec. watching them. Go senate through the I attempted to present all the historiIlllAZlt. nuts nro tho seeds that He in Theology. .ihim s Ir is the itirly boy who catches tho worm ' practically nolhlnr. In wards nnd , f- - sn.1 It LI. I'lUlh I I AIIS T and the reform- cal incidents which show that woman's Theology, which may be defined as i.anire the time of Christmas an attempt to large spherical (hhIs, each of which con r. t ' aboslnut adjournment a . (I. C. UEfUlfAH CO, atory institutions where unfortunate courage will rouse Itself forgreat emer- the science which treats of the ex- iimrum was broken, and the s'nate adjourned. tains from 10 to 21 nutv Once they -Bprttifle)d. Mail, U. B. A. w aI children are kept, and you will find gency. istence, attributes nnd character of HOOT ASP IIHAXCH, Hot us. -- Tbe home tnsAcd the Mil, limes and have Wen taken out of tho kxI It is nn that nine out of ten had drunken Hut I need not go so far. You havo God, Is an ennobling study. Hut after tlis poison In your hlmsl, lioweverlt "irs of the circuit court In all ths judicial dls. inter imixisslblllly to lit ihcm in again. or vicious parents. Yea, day by day on known some one who was considered a ll it Is not nlisolute truth, but only may havo eomo or nhatoicr shapo I is of Kentucky The bill provides rontlnu- nature has packed them so tightly, V It may In Inking, Is rlenml tinny t . KILLED BY CRITICISM. sessions for Kenton and mu Airecis oi our cities you find men mcro butterfly in society. Her hand man's opinion of truth truth filtered ' ' Ooslln "I nh havo called, sir, to SJ' a the Judiris of Iheie courts shall hold f es Ir Dr. Picnx) n Golden Medical t)U- - I and women wrecked of evil parentage. had known no toll. Her eye had wept through tho standpoint, tho disposition covory. ' ' s at Independencn and Aleiandrla, Ihe It's Hint rntivn nhein! awsk for your daughter's 1 hey aro moral corpses. T every organ hito iKnfthful nctlou, Like the scv no tear ovcr misfortune. Shu moved and thu culture of the theologian. If aty eats, rot less than two weeks, If busl haniL" llr,,.. II1C I TCIlCIl Pnrn-purllOld ICIddcr-".- My dear Wv. Nl en sons of Saul, though dead, unburied. among obsequious admirers as careless we open the Hible we find this same 'Iknc, teijutre it, In February, June and October awl rarlcbisi tho Lloul, an.1 havo you any Idea of the nuantltv of Alas for Klzpah, who, not for six as an Insect In a fleld of blossoming law prevailing. John's idea of God is cam leor JuOees of said courts shsll raui. It cltniiMM and Invigorates l)0Ser. , .!,.- -. ". l do - ine ' U,LU fmill IIUilllL ' less than four rrand juries to be summoned K""" " mrin in .L courso of a system, TcU ' . months, but for years and years, has buckwheat. Hut in 1SJJ7 financial .llfferent from Peter's, nnd Haul's is ' impaneled each jear. one of which shall year?" Illnck and White. , C,M,K watched them. She can not kp the tempest struck tho husband's estate. ilfforont from both. Abraham had 0110 "e 'uc publibheil a imrtatthe eounty.soat, not at a city of thi iKinclos, l.nUrgisl (llamls, ninl tlie vultures and jackals oft. A Hcforo he had tlmo to reef sail nnd :oncesjA,lon, and Mary Mngdnlene had m ciad class. pomegranate Is nn l. ' worst rVrofiilous Korwi mid Hnell- - WOrK. I ilC P.iPCrS reVieWCcI it 1'urthennore, this strange Incident in make things snug, tho ship capslied mother. How can a theologlst's Idea cultural curiosity of Starke, I'la Ings, nro perfisrlly and permanently J ' Hible story shows that attractiveness of and went down. Hnomlos cheered nt 3f God, which ho forms from the Btrata SoMK. of tho best nttorneys havo volcunsii.yk unfavorably. It made him so person and elevation of position are no the of unteered to prosecute Dr. nnd Mrs. SilTHE MARKETS. misfortune nnd wondered if tho enrth, pictorial with proofs angry that it brought on an at- security against trouble. what would become of the butterfly. tho power, wisdom nnd goodness vers, who so brutally beat Who is this Illzpah sitting in desola-tion- ? Good men pitied and said sho would die of the Creator, agree with the concepAnnlo Hurre, a scrvnnt girl. cry "wkse,1uniiy W nt nil CiKctswATi. nee. 1 Iiim i.,c, of :istlim:i nml le UVIlSTfK-K-Catlona. All Oin Tear rotlllil nlul In nil Common!! OJ n z n One of Saul's favorites. Her of a broken heart "She will uot tion of n clodhopper with a mind like s Tin; fourth murder In two months f.'hflfCA llllfrlira Hrt. Sarah Mutr ... i i (t i 'A rases. It U ovitnmttnl, ns no other AsthllKl is a nervous disease. personal attractions had won his heart. work," say they, "and sho Is too proud Of Minneapolis. lot of fallow ground? Certsin has just Wen reported niiiong construe-tia- n .. 'i.l.',.".. bH) it s i (livxl rnrkrra uilpj HiraiiiiiKJ is. 11 lb UTcr laiia Mio bad been caressed of " I ws for a lonir time a sufferer from .!.. nni it l Hut the prophecies have salient nnd fundamental characteristics fortune. to beg." HIIIIKI'-Kw- ea hnnds at Owcnsboro. to benefit or 4 11 S much abollt', With a mother's nrldefdin lonl,tnn I, it & (so fnlled. Disaster has transformed the of God nre common to our conception 4 7.V f.A.MIlSllmchers. monoy I nek. YS,,oB7o?iN,(;.oneknows Fomalo Wooknoss a Mits. .I.W I'lJUK winter 19 ta : children. sad tried many remedies and physicians, to r.0 princely Hut tho sceno shining sluggard Into n prnctical Hut our perception of tho heights nnd a burglar Cooi'Kit,of LottUvillo, found CHAIN -- Wheat-No. family 11 Kins some iwxl you get. people ana some in tho house who said ho was t red.,,,, Heboid her In banishment worker. Happy ns a princess, though depths of the Dlvlno nature must necev rood purpose. One bottle of Hood's Sarsapa- changes. Six 3 rod Isn't It ssfo to say that 116 other IT i IB forced to f'orn-.S- 'a becuusa his wife was villa raacSo ro jrrrat a difference ,n my condition S mlie.1 nil oereavement. 41 Jtizpah on the rock, compelled to hush her own child to sorlly be conditioned hy the amount of sinning. stealgave Mood purltler enu lie "Just u people can have it and live to ii fiats-V- o, 5 mlsed.. . .. He hack everything ho a home of tho worst distresses havo sleep and spread her own table nnd God which we have ourselves absorbed. that I took three bottles moro and found myself x', good!" Ilye-N-o. a good old age. J . Reid's Ger. it SI perfectly nell. Ibaioalsoclven come to scenes of royalty and wealth. answer the ringing of her own door-bcltochnicfl Let us contlnuo to study theology, nau taken ami wns In turn presented HAY Prime M....I If it wrro, wouldn't it In sold so I man Cough and TOliirvn - ,,iiiiiiiiii imi ,,,, .linn rtufii) with a Hible by the ludy. to in n it m Kidney Cure hat porter at thu mansion's gate has .w..iv lenf Her arm had liccn muscled for but let us nlso cultivate a becoming food 15 :s tfi.wo .NrAii HnterpriseCnll Hurgham killed I'ltOVIMONS-Mc- ss not let in chumninir nml lnherr.,i .1.....1 the conflict against misfortune, hunger, modesty. Heresy Is only somebody elte's .will relieve most cases. Ask iwrk..., bring evil dispatch? On what tcssclatcd and poverty, nnd want, nnd nil tho orthodoxy. Wo may reasonably nrree his wife by cutting her throat with n ...J.'Tn'.T P'lms ntouin I " lltrrTKK-Clnl- io your druggist for it. He will dairy w rnor, and then committed suicide by ...,.,.r,m'' ,n eholcn crromery,. 1 nv., 8o. Minneapolis, Minn. V'cro not solemn other jackals Klzpah scares from tho todlsagrcoln theology. 'TIs time fot shooting as a i to give it to vou if vou insist unon himself through thn head. AII'I.i:s-Irin- c, per bbL... . ller? Under what exriulsito fresco has roclc e the church to stop putting tharuipMs! ii as Kl'on.Ni: Oiiav, n colored boy six years l'OTAIUKit-Ibbl H0O0'8 PILLS cure ait MrcrlUs. there not been enacted a tragedy of ills- I saw one In a desolate home. Her there und begin to plnco It, as tho Hale Dili it. Small bottles twenty-liv- e .VKW VOItlf. . ..i.m curtained couch hath merciless companion had pawned even does, upon conduct St Louis Hep b of age, was burned to death tt II to fancy cents, large size fifty cents. JTJ n 3 8n his clothing being en flro I'laouit-ra- lr Heard no cry of pain? What harp hath tho children's shoes for rum. l'rom lie. red! 71 i ;r when discovered Hu ran out of tho never trilled with sorrow? ha 9 red miIP(j ' "' SYLVAN REMEDY CO., Cosmopolitan America. What lordly honorable ancestry sho had come down COHN-N- o. J T7'i W) house nnd wnsdend Inn few minutes. nature hath never leaned against to this. Tho cruse of oil was empty . Bull's CougbSyrup Oatsmltri1 America i cosmopolitan, "i'ls n i MV M'i James Taylom, luarshnl of Huston-vill- POIIK-N- cw Peoria, III. gone out mess " candlo Her P,lar nml ma,lu utterance ii w (tu n ?"', GalllsnotlessbittcrwhenquaiTcdof and tho last was patched with frag- torlcal error to regard It ns h transwho killed William Powers while. LAUD Western steam faded frock planted Hiighmd. Wn nro rather a from a golden ehnllco when ments of antique silk that sho had transatlantic Kuropo, Asia and Afri 1. Powers was resisting nrrest, was tiled c.r nt... .,,, . CI1ICAOQ taken from a pew tor mug. than "'" Mi n ' rl?jrj M Sorrow Is worn on the bright mnrrlugo day. Con- All tho tongues that Hnbel cleft o)r nt htunford and acquitted. N'o evidence often attended by runniDg footmen, fident in God she had a strong heart to humnn speech wns Introduced by tho defense, as It .'.'."i! ri? into jangle along our nnd laced lackeys -.- ..'.".', a iJ Su" v'f sldewnlks. mounted behind. which her children ran when they tremWe have the strain of in wns clearly shown by tho testimony of Queen Anno Holeyn is To the nearest drugstore forabottleof Durang's the prosecution that thu killing was POliic-M- csa ? 'ii.. Rheumatlo desolate in tho bled at the staggering step nnd quailed wide world in our blood thu a i.w nil. a... .11.1. ' 3iraill Remedy, a incdMne that never falls to cure rheumatism. "cry VIII. Adolphuswcpt under a father's curse. Though the tlons and customs of theandlobe in our, justifiable. i10J ,ruul jf IIAI.TIMOHK. Ua It is taken Internally and does tlie work promptly, without limcclns Of heavens wero filled with fierco winds minus nnu A man claiming to represent tho Hon V ovcr u' lly nnoits. . friends. nC?tlM among Hrailllan L ' IM (IIU nnd tho thickets gnashed with rago, (lie system with poisons. How nro we to unify this diversity) Ton Picture Co. entered the apartments OltAlN-Wln- -ai No. g ' bottle. Price 83c Ur III. V, dructV! Wb Jl ttVi a,.. shivered with fear 40 H massacre. Hlzpah watched faithfully day after Two-greTills I not a new remedy tliat yon need wait for your nelchbor to truths will do It, vl mi tjt of Mrs. James (Schelly at Louisville and rtctur. , t:, ;o" .ut .,,.!, d(M frre cn ' :"k'land sat of rocking day and year after year, nnd wolf and 3l)iiA S on a iniiiTmiim 01 uiMi ami tho IJrothcrlio.xl nttempted to assault her. rihe drove POIC-M- eas try, to see how it works, as it lus been before the public eighteen (tiatu " ' ""'" LO., Ftwhhtt. Af d arm of .Man. If wo have one common TCry mast ot pride has cormorant by away with a pistol. ... him ion. o"'1 to ' parent-ag- e years and cures when everything else falls. -f- 'lrst iuallty '. bent In ".' 4 Ml til (flU 4 storm, and tho highest wero hurled down tho rock. A nnu at Cuneyvllle, twelve miles und are brethren with a ecu it mouna M,onor amJ You pass day by day along streets destiny, there Is no room for cnuimon west of Litchfield, tho other evening, CENERAL8 SHERMAN and LOGAN were Its outfenrecov. whero there are heroines greater thun nnd INDfANAI'OfilS. dissension spoken friends, and never failed to recommend. .'uperpctual 8"oiv. Sickness dispersion. We must come togetli-o- r destroyed nenrly 130,000 worth of prop. . nsl will the rosiest rl..i Corn Na 2 red. DuriiiK tiie past year the bottle lus been enlaced to POUR TIMES and keep together on this broad a 1. erty nefore it was got under control. u 4U Oat-Na . ' ii.i . f. l. Jouu of Arc. Upon that cellar floor Kmrviliintt uruwanu ,;"', u n stiffen the sprlglit-- I there aro conflicts as fierce as Sedan Inclusive platform. Diversity ony Warned liros., general merahsnts, lost Its original size and the remedy jtrr.it ly improveJ, so that we now offer IiOUISVIMili (. itB.oort. courtly nnd Heaven and hell mingle In tho lustrates and fructifies such unity quits te?' "f"K-Wlnt- er yon the best treatment for Rheumatism known to medical science. 4 00 itenL S 4 9) circle und slu on thn rock tho i)ic fight Lifted in that garret tlicro are unity, not of llkcncw., hut of lore and IN u fit of Insane jaulnusy, Charles TISlS Tl'. 1 lie prlci; Is one dollar a bottle, or six bottles for five dollars, and Ii .....'..... tribunals where moro fortltuto Is de- good will. St Louis Itcpublle. AS lilnglinui, of Niger ,11111, cut his wife's lilt uais M e I i V'sT sold by all reliable dealers In drujjs. Si's tt 31'i ' x ni manded than was exhibited by Lady from ear to ear with n rnror. He POItK-M- ess throat blot vn IJ LAKO-SleOUR Kov Jolin Murray, the founder f ufterwnrd shot himself with a largo FRIji: HY AlAII.. Juuo Grey or Mary, Queen of Scots, PAMI'HLBT sis UJ changed tho plentv nn,i to.,,. t Now I ask if moro natural courage unlvors.iliMii, was onco berated by n revolver. Hoth nre dead. 'rS hU!,C ,or privation and can do so much, what may wo expect of unKry may who mu not uocrpt ,, DURANG'S RHEUMATIC REMEDY CO., K Nkaii ICntorprlfco, Carl Hurgham kill-c- d ALWAY8 THUS. Wn (!o1 ""d yur own women who have gu7cd on tho Great teachings. Ho listened to her patiently hit, The 1318 L STREET, WASHINGTON, O. O. his wlfo by cutting her throat with II o Ojffv You (i llcmnly morning of ,f0 was flushed Sacrifice, nnd who are urged forward und when she ended said mi d'v'i n razor nnd then committed suicide by il'ifrft J lis kioi Hufftu tit . Pilot Knob, Mo. WW FAT FOLKS REDUCED . ,promUe' Trnopi of calamities by till thu voices of graco that bound1 liMnilr.ni it lu ..... ...... II.... ure anifrv " "" " in --rM. .lSin-nlI.lfn nfjlotherunil (lillil, Mncu shooting himsuii through tne head, havo made charge from the Hible, nnd all tho notes of vic- uith me, but tho doll in you," 8ufTorod I I I Lt.Tf Mr. Henry P. """"Ins.nolnconf.olcnM Mlts. Hl.lAliKTll an nged it MOTHER'S FRIEND" I)arl Income. tory that speak from tho sky. Many Uf ;y,,''1',r,,ir,'''f!'"'',!'',",'si. - According to thu .V,)w Vorkf,,m. lady, wus found in tho yard at Oxford, Travcrs, formerly I'linsiiiniillves suit rannln S"0p'''1 uu cwrion birds years ago tho Forfarshire steamer , , HhuhsTan.sk lunrnnr from the sky und barked of this place, sufIlobi 'n il jhlCKfnt uf Iiu slioulil uia I'lm't Curs fur jackals btartcd from Hull bound for Dundee. inercinl Advertiser n D.ihoiney i,al,,0 wrapped lu fhines. Sho was unable to norm In uhlcli ihreu hundred nntivrs from the thicket Yoars. fered Willi rhrnnif! crura Liirr i'rtfll, Horror mm Ittnk, i;i.iiiuniillnn. It has cmrd tell how thu accident occurred, DIOYCLES y011 itBd omld After tho vessel had been out a little lt. ttro IhnU.UDll.. It ha. hntlnlnh illll4ln.ai.r lliailif. killed Is not After llilncnnelinltle of J our slain, anguished a 7.00 It In stiid that a decision has boon rheumatism for 20 years, anil was while tho winds began to rave nnd bil- ,.,...,, .. 1.I..1. so fntal us ...royal m ,ri 'I u.liina. Illsiiol had lolaka. iunrlliuli mem n torn Mlnlhrr'a I'rlrnd" I Iliij ah on the rock, and tltiltn .leAperlenceihil .S inn, UrntiUiii u WFIESIK weaknCM nll.;rKm,l n.uin mrii rum iiKiiuuy .7 rap. reached In the World's fair appropriatreated at times by several doctors. ..linn .....nll.. roijiurei nvn until a temptcst was upon lows rise ' '' ' IHirOSfllaUIMIStUO. noi'i rTrrrwDera. mat. Asmkoall Lamar l ,Jsn lui.l s WATCHES lta.i.hin.,i.. 111,11. Vashtl them. The vessel leaked und thu Arcs urcii iiiiiiuin sacrlllces to euro the f .ui tion ease, Judgo Hennctt dissenting, on BT. JACOBS Oil, "W'fr'V'f i moiiii)r,M1iliVu,rei. muii 'J ',ut, kpanp,,,; prUe.llSuiKTboiilc dolT tho the ground thnt thn ituditor Is a muro of the wont out, und though thu stilU wero Wlmtever elso man HIIIV III! cured Iiim, No ;(j MTUII IIII.lDl'il'.l.ll () No Itotiirn D H II Vyillll,(!.n,tlHrll'lill.l'a b,astoU hoisted fori) und aft, she wont spoodli!'.' ho never 1ml the cirmiiturv t. ,..!. ministerial nllloor, having no right to r1"'rsllllirrrsll.,l,irfn ).m i? eV' nnd u. return of twin A'iUMM, (j.i, nihil tlio ifiienliun of n statute set begate. U,Br oxchunges toward tlio bieulioiii Sho struo'. w.tli that ho mit.lii himself : v not lu 'lie Hnl' fore hint. 'J he decision is aw lilted with .rlrniol comfort for lhe Mac BOLD UT ALL UUUaUlo'lb. years. flPSEs'SS ii ."'."' '1'"'" ' "r 'i ' in bow foremost ou the rock. j instance, tuiyUow. mkuu of, UIIIIIMI Wtii ,11 "j 'i- ttmV'W" """I. Wlll.s Ibal j nil m I.I k. aaiaetSMaiaaa IMs SIISI.IIIIaiu.n1c thioughuul tho stale, 0. A. I'arrar. much Interest I.I. U Yoars. SlaSrnxlm 1 ,.. '""' taW """l "oitc. ,.,. lts 1 J".j,r,,. ! t' ens-ti- ...'.'... Jcflron, Intro suleof olromar una Minllnr substances nisdeln Imlta r utler. smlprrscrlblnr iienaltlrs for Ihs tl 11 thereof 'lhe bill pruhitlts the sale, ti thepos. liiiiiiff nblpairnt or rontlrntiitnt,prsubsUneo n of un oltntnnripirlrit or any r pnft- rtir jr spisarlmior represented as butter, it ti' ilono under Its true naint and ills nr ttmy and dumbly isilnted, stainped, aten-c- t or mark 1. 1 In Nild luce rapllal letters. 1 v till prohibits tampering with milk, cream or ' liter in anj way. shape or form no butter n mtc wholly arid directly from pure milk n or ream shall Is- - ied In any ot tho charitable I larr ami nr i Jl l'i'lltutlvns uf Ihe state. Im t uinert tu the county Jail nre provided ' of the act 1 lie House concurred f, atlon In "10 Senate amendment changing the title This sn ut rrlatlnir to Interest or usury t olilih will soon become a law, protldra or ie legv rate of Inteirat In this remmnn- ' shall be sit per cent per annum, and at sime rate tor a nrritleror less sum, and f r a .iirr or Miurtrr time. SKNAir --The senate FnikniKT, Nov k p the liouit Mil fltlng the pnjr uf the leg- s, and passed It aftf r amending It : re orllcef 1 frm to Its Idea of reasonable compenta- u They Hi 't the pay of chief ami Militant IIU per day, ser- f us and enri'llttif elerlis at and doorkeepers IS, ' at ti, '11 arms Ihe fme II per day Jsnitora fS and The house j. LurU fore favored a lens rata per day, but poistbly arree to the amendment ai altered ti J n ir tut i1 Intox-catio- n l, i I -- -- "I wns on one of the outposts In front of Sheridan on tho Opeqiinn one afternoon when It Wgnn to ruin. There wns n sort of lull Just then In army matters in tlio valley, and It was tncltlv under stood between opposing pickets that thero should bo no firing. My post was under dead tree, with n screen of bushes In front Having no poncho to keep mo dry, and knowing that tho relief would uot come around for over an hour yet ndvanced at 'left ohllquu" nlwiit forty paces to n large tree which promised shelter. I hnd stood with my back to lhe trunk for ten or Uf teen minutes when I thought I heard a noise on tho other side. 1'lgs were often met with In the wood on our front, and ns I turned and euro f nil v poked mv head oui irom ic in ml the trunk I fully expected to see one. What illdsfe, "however, was the faco of a man. who had (Hiked his head out to seg around on my side. The trunk wns nliout three feet through, and our faces were pretty close together. I know nt llrst glnnco that he was a 'Johnny,' and ho also knew that I wns a Vnnk.' We looked t rnch other for a minute, and thon he calmly Inquired: " 'That you, Ynnkr " 'Yes. Thnt you, Johnnyr " 'Thought you wus hogs.' " 'So did I.' " 'What w o gw Ine to do about Itr " 'Nothing.' " That suits me. Come around yew on my ury spot' "I moved around and we sat down, and whilo we talked I watched one way nnd the other. At tho end of of an hour we got up to go and 11 1 1 three-quarters All Incident of Ilm War Which Has Ilotb a lluinornut and a I'athrtle Side. 1 WITH SHARKS. founir Cuba,,., liraye Defense, of I'urser'a Child. "The prettiest battle I ever witnessed svns between n young Cuban nnd two sharks, said nn American soneatilaln. "We hnd reached Havana nnd wero n nillo tho ,,ocUS) BHlU Ing the signal to go on. Several fruit peddlers had boarded us, among them a IlrmiintMoe.l swarthy, barelegged young follow who looked like n pirate. Tha purser was standing by ths rail, holding his son In his nrms, watching n coiip'o of minister sharks that were hnnif ng about tho vessel, when tho child "lli1H.t( U R nml fe Into tho w titer. Tho futbnr l. ,,,...,. I overlninnl and soled him, nnd the snsrKs ui onco made for the pair. Tho young buccaneer dropped the and went over tho rull like S Hash, As the flmt aliarb luni.il Its bock, tho Invariable prelude to on bltlnK'. the Cuban ruse, nml with n long, keen knife, fftrly Ulaomlxmeled It Tlio other was not to bo disused of so ens-U- y though. Tho purser and his child "C"'T KIDNETC LIVER had Ucn imlled ou deck, nnd the combatants had a fair Hold. The fiibim dived but tho shark did not wnlt for I III) Hfivla'. him to come up and changed his loca- - j Joints or hlpa.si!liiicnt Inutlnellke brick-dumm many mo shark advanced fiiutnt calls vr rolmtlon, ibcuniatUm, straight upon his antagonist, his ugly lln ciiltniir throueh tlm w.itr III.., n 1, i,lr or high colons! urtns. turned quickly upon his back, and the huge j.iMscnmo together with n sloloiu i snap, but the Cubitii Mas not between preav theni. He had sunk Just In time to suteliilhoit,un'thrallrrlUlloii,itilctut. mold tho shark, nnd, as thn latter passed, shot the steel Into it Tho old . ?. , sca wolf made tho water Kill, sti.l cto.l.coitl,s.ilon.,rllowl,hy.Ulls. slrns despirntely to sttiko his nntng. ti. .,.., a. u on'st with his tail, but tho lutter kept I siKi.in.gi.uiit nraajMtirrinrM. I . M.OI) IriiBlala, itMtik" Slr,....h-.i.- . )lfe. 4te. r, well amldalilos nml lltrn.llv .mu blm I.. I 'Ikikliaa fiHia tA piece tolitcu Days. DlU KllJHSH A Uk, IIISOIIAMTOK, N. T. THE SEX OF THE MOON. A DATTUNQ . f,,, uan-icm-- ru fruit-bask- looi 1 Kidney Coiiiilalnt9 ','""l"'.'nly Ii4kl'lIMkll . ' .. to-d- light-house- be-re- IIIITt-rrn- br.-u-i- well-kno- 'August Flower" tlierrc-ominendati- I 1 .! A,,ii;n., ,u'H cl.is-.lca- d ELY'- rn'rAonU PTly'sI ' ' clo.-.cl- j s I.u-ius- 1 mlli-i.-- e - n I jcrl-wink- fifty-on- e andun-cleanline- v lrTm-f.- M n ' ' 1 lJI' to-dalms-house- s, j : cnrArv.-itidltKifto.l- ' k I- , g 1 ,,.!... 1 1 i!& x-lCY , ""sd-ipte- i ; ' ..... a lil?,t -- Ult i iii-jsT- I - CanirdM-llcuurillo- ' ""' ksi rriti-thswlK- i. Two-rol'.s- ii ni-r- , fiftcen-ycar-rl- d ton-aer- o liOUb-Conin- ion I iSrSffft,: .. -- ' X - L - Hood's Sarsaparilla Klf.'a'lsTill.'T.a . "l-f- io BileBenns Small ME muib! Mr , SlUxa: Where is He Going i.i.t.i. .OIJIt-FamCorn-.lli- .' at ,outs-Mit?r...- ;.. f.AHD-Ilciined. " hcrGod-stvcngthcne- Mi I OnAIN-Wheat- -Na . I ttmsea 'JE&gs-mm 1 1 RPi OltAIN-Wheat-NaOorn-Ml- ied am ,..,,! Vrs rTvr' 20 nvi t SI-N- i ."- - Wix!gsMS.m 1. I Anli-ma- woe-struc- n- IlllNA O - ,,.. I'b.i.-uu.i- 'rt X' -- V hr 3 " """r- p- .- . . to MiALHiMwmimimMmkWkiimamkWkimHi'M rt al. .,' - .i - KtXW "iliiHMll.... f. - .. uaassaiujaxi2euizr wu .aa.....-- . '' ... .... iiMi.iittMm iMtfii '!l&wmC--,- aj., megmtmmwsgs 'ssmmessissii 'fjruMamifytSSmMnKi'--'. t&wAirii& j,ir'sjW-'st,FTyrvrr.,r..;. i .". . . .... -- - Blrawssa . mr "r v?t.,i - st v - . ,r "JitkkiSaSSIlaSiaiiMiall if llsMaSSaaa llfraMtaJafVlili i r'. ill .. . i WMT.iii i iiitf nff- -- toJtw.mmmmwnxmrir.'mgv1t v jrmmxumri'vfmvousirfssmasi SkV11.. ibl s .. ! t;v r'iti?aiiam4rcr:7iiiiBiii'iLsiJi "j"ianr-.TTT7::ri.- ivonMKJijj " - 'cmsraaail U- - Ski ir f )r, . V- - Heorslicba. Mnry Queen of Scots must Tlio vessel parted. Amid tlio whirl, DATTUNO WITH SHARKS. 'KbXTUCKY STATE NEWS. DETWEEN THE WARRING LINES. pass out from flattery nml pomp to suf- - w 1ml nntl tlio ilnrluicss nil wore lost pioUo pe iej Urn Nutli.iv patera I.lm ensile, of nine. These cliinjr to tlio wreck on but for Ipnomlnlous death In the All Incident of Ihe War VWilcli Hat Iloth A founic Coliar... iChlcmrote f. rth NVstotii It illuuy), lina the t ecUlntlt i,rfenie of I'roeeeillnga. tt Humorous and at l'ntbetle Hide. Tlio wheel of fortune twacli. bleeping that night ou Lone, Sho Guarded Iho Pothcrlng-iyiccctitly Invipura' I Mucin.!? trnln service For Six Month' 1'iuaer'a Lhlld. .'o ss Iwtuccn 1 en. i ninl thrl.nkr biippilor bulnei .. .. "I wns on one of the outposts In front Iiiti'iinr Iranaicted. SrxAT-. keens ttirnlncr. nml mansions nml. lints atnni ...p.... ...... ,j .. ... i. ..i.i in ......... I. (Midi, ,,... ...I-- . , ... Gibbet. "The prettiest battle I everwltnessed '1 Inn ii w tru n U know n na uu4 trentlc 3t - rutite tlio "l)u. vii.iii,i,miiiiiv .. nmliuiiu ..." v.. ...... nuii. iiiiuLiMiii'iy coiinieiiniice. AfttllP 11 i sr Mr (lardncr. of JrlTerann, Intro-- of Khcrlditn It on tlio Opequnn one after- wns between a young Cuban and two luti nml Kupcilnr Hpoilul, nntl Urates noon when Wgan to rnln. There was shark, said nn Instead of tho mornlnc dawns I sco Hint trlrl Mandltii; (.'lilespo tint y nc s V) p m , nn Ivnip nt u,e Mn, ul 1iii,erI""'"" tho I'nrruiy, the Sons American sea captain. i a hill to n pi late the nileof oleomsr n sort of lull Just then lu army matters "Nc hnd reached .tin. ni nml Duluth utt tlrlef Ktrlkrs the iiMiin 11 mu niiuuiii unf niiiiu mo nprny nmi tumult of contend-o- f jiii c and similar aubttaneea made In linlta Kiuruui n Vtll Havana nnd wero liIho tint tint, making tlio jo unrvln Mum Iho to nml In plnco of Saul's inp elements, looking throujrh u Kla.,. II tho pcat-llrng half rt nillo from tho docks, await-In- g """" iiiipsin in Krrry-IK- r Mutlcr amt iiriscrltiintri'enKltlea for thn In the vnlley, and It wns tacitly undermurltablt quK k tun. of flitocn hours, Tlio , u thereof tprrmon. M the bill prohibit the sale. stood between opposing pickets that palaco is tho rock, tho cold rock, tho upon tho wreck ami tho nino tho slgml to go on. Set eral frtllt In nuuto up or li.iptriipo cat a, Mnndnrtl train wretched thero should bo no firing My post w as iK'ddlcrs had hoarded - us- n,,,,,., tl,.., il iv concurs anil palao- - huifit MoiiMnernr.s desolate rock. mi (Torero. Sho proposes to her father eniMirr iinicn,oreiii!tfninni,cr the . ThoMlbiectof I)r. Tnt.,. nit n oltumargnrlneur any ubtnce - umulll .viiiifti arte, ate isj of tlio incut iruileru ninl nnnrot ctl tics rti. nva Polish It Ilrllilsnt.Odor.1 Hut tliut Is the plnco to which Oixl to tnko bont nml put out nerovs tho pi i Him- - appearing or represented as butler, under n dcml tree, with n screen of worlliy, barelegged young fellow who e consumer pave ior not .1, mm mi classes of paasenpeis nio rmrloil SutldaV Wns 'UlTnnli nn il.- llin bushes In front llnvlnu- no tvinelut to loohid like n i every purchase. a stone, wim sea to ii i uono unuer it true name anil dla comes, Jncob.wltli Ills Head on tlicin. Tho father m ,.4 through without alianira of can Hniipcr text selected being II. pirate. Tin purser was ! Samuel, kcrp mo dry, and knowing that the re- standing l.jr the rail, r and duruMy painted, atatnped, aten In pencil In illiiiiiRiar Pi saw tno siuiunp intider. isrnii ii can not no done, .hist look rt or marKMi in isild lati rapllal letters lief would not holding his UH-spnn.i lircikfuKt It ncrviil from a "And Itlipah, tho daughter of .Mali, desert lchelil tho marshaling of tho nt tho tumbling surf." Hut sho come nrtiund for over km S id son lu his arms, watching a DR.KI per. It t II prohlMla taniprrlr. villi milk, (ream took sackcloth nnd sprcnil It foi her well stockotlbufrotbctrrPfirilvnIntDii'iilli - Msteil, and with kor fnther bounds into or Her In an waj, shape or form no butter hour yet, I advanced nt "left obllquo" couple of monster bnton. John ou barren l'atTo Insure joiiisi If a null kind ccmlortulila upon tho rock, from tho beginning of fiery about forty paces to n large treo which hang ng nlHiut tho shurks that were mos nenrd trumpeting, and tho clap- the boat. Thouirh never necustomn.i n i n ade utnlly and directly from pure milk Jpurrici lio MirtMo nk for tlekrts n Iho tho harvest until water vessel, when tho dropped UP0" ping of wings, and promised shelter. I North tlostorn Mno An ticket nccnt can or rram hlll be usl In nny ot tlio charitable seraphrdlpied from his grutp and fell themoutof hcavon.and sufTerednfithcr ic lingers on golden tho titmkonf nothing phlng tho oar, sho takes ono and her nr in it tiiMllullons ul Iheeutc I ines and back to the trunk forhad stood with my child tho furnish full inrnr.nntloii rail fnther tho other. Steady now I harps, and water. The fntbee ulunuod uj lm i . mnent In the county Jail nre pro Tided utes when I thought Iten or fifteen min- Into un). or It will ho pioinptlv furnishcil upon. the birds of tlio air to rest upon tliem heard a noise on overlnmnl and selretl him, nnd the Hpiilloatlon to atlon of the art 1 he I luuei concurred f A llirnll flcncral 1'os by dny, uor tlio beasU of the fcc I by but lic.ncnly strength ncried Klzpnli nway! I'ulluwnyl mo oilier side. I'lgs wero often met ahnriii at onco The sen tossed up tho boat ns though In tie benatii amendment chinning the title for her Appalling mission amid tli sviigvr aim i icuot Agent, Chicago. u mado ftr tho pair. Tlio i ao act relating to Interest or uaury This Willi in tho woodson our front, nnd as It young buccaneer dropped Tragedy Hint beats ntlythlnc s!nke- - scream of wild birds nml the stealthy nnd were a bubble, and amid tho foam t whUh lll soon become a protldea I turned and carefully poked my A tramp Is Blums willlns to rccelvon tho wrath of tho sea tho wreck was head the . .... tread of hungry monsters. The grand and t the legil ratent Interest In this common-- n over l coM shoulder, but ln meters a portci house. Hiii'iirinn n iininp iin ..! out from behind the trunk I fully ex- like S flash. As thowent alisrb tho mil vWon. of Btory. ho mm rapturou, reached, tho cxhaused people picked up t t shall be all er cent per annum, and at turn...! lllnglmmtoii ltepublliuti turning from tho Ho yLand I Irii Av pected to see ono. What I dldsW, howname rite for a greater or has aura, srd of U.rlstlar, love, the great-- nnd sau-d- . Humane societies tendered on IU back, the Invariable prelude to touched upon It, but I mst ever, was the faco of n man, whohad lilting, the Cuban raea lmye 00," .lo ho their thanks. Ton I fare Chirac" at a I ji, e.ilth poured luto H10 f r a nger or shorter time If ' .'4t l.rhu,'l1 !' ? rose, nnd with n long, hole sermon for that iwcnn SaATr, The aenale poked his head out to sea around on my keen knife, fairly disemboweled tired nnd tho nml tho be- - lap of tho poor girl. Visitors from nil tstskronr Nor w Itilng for either St l'jul, Minitcipullt, Onmlm or The explosion It Tlio the houtt bill hie. The trunk wns about three feet othci was not to bo lo,. t'lV,x,n ' Clucnjo. MllwnukroK der havo drlen and flash of gunpow- trajed and tho crushed, (lod stooping lands came to look at her sw cot face, and i , k uy offlrer and patted It the pay of the leg disposed of so ens. nearly all the btas alter amending It through, nnd our faces were wrettv ii re hi I mil Kalinin mi ei, client supper mil hen, soon ufter, sho launched forth Heaven to comfort lllzpah down from Ily, thougli. Tho purser and his child rforra to Us Idea o( returnable eonipentt ..u vntu ui uiu inn nc ar . .. ou c.in I lion lllld. bttlla nt ,... - iiuiii .. v....u v.. inn,. rL. iiii. I know nt llrst glnnco Tr.cacAT KIDNEY. LIVER on a dark se.i nml death was tho oars, u They fled the pay ot ehltf and titltttnt closo together. hnd Wen pulled on deck, nml the rujnv a flagrant tigm nml l"stsHp lies" nnd now-thshriek of tho loeonlmc that he was it 'Johnny,' nnd ho also with jour fellow travelers In the am ikltiK whistio man, dukes nnd duchesses nnd mighty emttnd enrtllltig elerlts at 110 perday.ser had a fair lleld. '1 he Cuban Tj,nta-- ' ,Affn which Is dally '"V room, or lend a nuvrl lit the lUlitofttiii ana uoomtrpera is, Jsnltora H itnew that I wns a 'ynnk.' We looked dived but the courage of women amid great the shcrk did not w nit for .i. nun ii iii ic.in 111 aiiiwicic cas- ilearlo berth lamp nml then ro to bed In a lem will for msiremli.. ...UlUI,. .!. " 'ar ami tr.e pages 13 per day The house .....fc What mother or sister or tic. to tliink they might never njraln j lereliTore (afored a lent rata per dar. but at each other for a minute, nnd then he him to come up nml changed ids loca Joints ur lilpa.aoilluieut In urinelike brtck-diu- t sti am heated npaitient enruitli a souse rnlestino of cruel clnw nnd twat-- llut emergencies. .1.1 ..... to n..l.. ...a iI.a ...w. of Grace I) irliuir. .. A. calmly Inquired: of contort ami sp,urt Hint all travelers tn dare to go tion it si puMtbly agree to the amendment tt altered Hnnlly tho shark advanced Iirtuiitculltir reltntlou, iheumatltm. tho tlmo of tho text those regions daughter ileslte In the ni niliiR ou nio ut your "'That you, Ynnk?" No such deeds of daring w 111 probably) v lie renaie. the cormorant and juekal? Ilizpah did straight upon his antagonist, ills ugly Hit destination rrnlt for Iroakfast and btnl. were jH)pulous with multitudes of Jick-ftl- s It. " 'Ves. That j on, Johnnyr I And so would you, if nn emergency be nsked of you, but hear you not the The Stephenson bill to prevent tb cutting through the water like a Unlfe, ami lions. Seven sons of Null ''"" ir further particulurs addicts (lea " 'Thought j ou was hogs.' as crowded out and went orer until Metltm n HearroiJ.UeuciallViscm.e.r Agent. CM. had turned quickly upon his back, and the ' Dlalvtes, dropsy, scanty or high colored urtna. crucified on a hill Klipah demanded. Woman Is naturally timid, now ioi tnnt awful storm of trouble caco, IIL . innrunimlttee on corporate lust) "'Nidld 1' huge Jaws came t.igolhorw Itli it vicious I was mother to two, nnd rclathe to and shrinks from exposure and depends and slu that hns tossed 10,00(1 shlvcrel reported with enpre.tloucl the opinion " 'W hat wo gwlne to do about Itr mi up, but the Ciibitu vvns not Wtween Ptlnilngaensatlontwhenvoldlng.dlstrrMprrav five of tho boys. What hnd tl.ew bo s upon stronger arms for the achievement hulks Into the breakers? Know rca Av exch intre calls lovo a species of tt (t ought to pan tn net to limit the price of " .Nothing.' to consumers IVrlinps that is w ,v tho ourso of dono that thev should ln mititied? of great enterprises. And sho is often not that the whole earth Is strewn with mem. lie bail sunk just In tlmo lo urlntluiiita,urolhrallrriutloii.tltlctur. In cities lrthird, fourth andthereof tlanea ot ttit tec " That tiuolovo la so often arrested. Texas blfu Nothing except ctth An tat to to have a bad father troubled lest thero might be occasions de- the Ahlpw recked? That thero aro .rette the enleleucy of llin Icapectlon of on my dry Milts me. Conn' around yere nvol i the shork, nnd, us the l.ttter sjhjL.' passed, shot the steel Into It Tho old nnd grandfather. Hut now that tho manding fortitude when she would falL wounds to bo healed and broken licartJ et and more fully protlda for the protee"I moved around and we sat down, sea wolf nude tho water boll, ntfd llloslor dark rlixlca tindrr the eyre, tongu boys were dead, why not tnke them Not so. Some of those who are afraid to be bound and drowning souls to bd A Mammoth Competltlnn. aof thclltea and health of miners tn the . ... and while we talked I watched one way strive draporately to sttlka his antng-o- n coattsl, cuiutlputlon, ) rllowlsb eyelwllt. at. mtnea of thltt ..... look out of doors after nlght-fnlto rescued? bomo havo gouo down onJ .. . (! wi.- ..I....1 w. M.W) In prlios for tho I est seTOn starlet down from tho gibbets. t's eeale uts of Oos IMIla If a.t Casraale o. They was wliit The YvUtVt OiuiiHinloi ortornl; nro sentenced to hang tJ.cr.Vso Hit-pa- h nnd who qunko in tho darkness nt the you come too Into, but others arj lerson mined to tutpend tbe ru e and takenir and tho other. At the end of up st with his tail, but the latter kept ln(ltts lll rvlun.1 J oa th frlrarwlg. f.(XX for tho liest Kerials, nml f J..VU for tlio lbeHlinitng theaalarlee at the omplorat ot of an hour wo got up logo and Mell ami lahlps nud literally cut him in llrugulsla, floe. Slrr, M.00 slie, AI iu wio wrecit, nro slilTt" ine general assembly (senator takes tho sackcloth, a rough shawl least uncertain sound, nnd turn pale in lio.t Folk loro tales. So los than 2,9a 'latslUs (IsUs Is Health' tt Undsar offered he said: ossttaltsa piece toldcn Day. Holies competed for theo prizes 'tho suc- with which in mourning for her dead the thunder storm, If tho day of trial Ing with tho cold, tire strnngliij: an amendment Hut the talartea ahould data Dn. Kilhsh A C., lliMimwroii, N. T. " 'Ilcckon I'll know you next time cessful stoi icm aro Just announced to uiiiiear sho hnd wrapped herself, and spreads came would be heroic and invulnerable. in the wac, are crying to you for delr from the beginning of the station. Adopted In Th CumHiitim iliitlni; 193 God hns orranged it so that woman erancc. Will you not, oar In hand p.. The bill w at then patted House bill entitled forty rods off and I'll aim high.' THE SEX OF THE MOON. By sending ft 75 ntonco iou will ohtiln that sackcloth upon tho rocks near the needs tho trumpet of "An act to regulate the UaMIIIT of Insurance " 'So'll I.' from the ? vime grent con- out gibbets, and nets tho part of a sentinel Who romnlea la I'nlert lined Ii tleganlto II tho paper utrn to J inunrv and for u full thlt slate In otrtaln evict" as " 'Como over to my house somo tin?' various Ideas lllltereiil .Nations. test of principle or affection to arouse the last ship's timber shall have ben dhcustej a length, and Anally patfd. Ily jour, to January, '0( Address 'I he Youth's watching nnd defending the dead. " 'Thanks, nnd you drop in ou me rent, nnd the Inst I.ongstono benem C'omi'amon, Huston, Muss. Yet every other sentinel is relieved, her slumbering courage. in ar inlc times the moon was re FiuxKroitr Not Tb aenat whenever you can.' Then she w ill stand under the cross- shall hive been thundered down in 1 had a long dltcuton garded as a male god. "Primitive man," j oer a proposition FooTnit i plaers nro an odd lot. As soon and after being on guard for a few fire of opposing hosts nt Chalons to give liurrleine. and the "We turned back to back and walhed ays n last tempest shi to hate a Christmas holiday adjournment from hours somo ono clso takes his place. writer, "taw tlio their fnorlto gamo begins they o away, each fully trusting tho other.nnd moon nv a must conspicuous object. December a to January I It Dually Hut lllzpah is on iruard both dav and winoto the wounded Then sho will havo folded Its wings, and the sea its. ' adopted to kick. ' carry Into prison nnd dark lane the shall h.ue been licked up by the tongia Senator,Neman Introduced a Mil It was our first nnd last visit, A week whose s its, at perioda, had the setii- night and for half a year. One hundred and rlitrr nn.ii a later, after the battle which Then she will of tire tho rrnun. ' uraendlni the election She's Off I routed III It rissiM t fl MiSMi'a mi m Ita antta et.l ' day upon and eighty days nnd nights of obse- message of saltation the Who or what? W liy the good ship I'Of two years I StltTcrcil terribly brae the pestilence. Deborah goes out eternal reward shall be Kindling lit me vole ofwhichatate electors shall meet lo east Knrly. I nw tho poor fellow lvlnir waning IncrrnvNl their wonder, ita , quies. the for pretldeot What nerves sho must have had nnd If theiolsapas enj?er on board of her among the dead on tho dusty Herryf lllo coming and going among tho atul and w to sound terror into tho hearts of God's ongntcr glory on the brow of the fid stomach trouble,, atitl was for House Th reslsory commilon Introduced unprovided with that Brand prmuitio to stand thatl Ah! do you not know enemies. Abigail throws herself be- fwl. And Christ, pointing to thel . the charier lor cities of the second class which pike." M Quad. In Chicago Timet. solemn pik'ht added to tho my story, all that tunc tinder treatment by a of sea sitlcnrss and nil disorders of tho that a mother can stand anj thing? Indudea Covington Newport and !.elnitloa. ktomaib, ber nnd bowels, Uostottci s OhI if she might be allow ed to hollow tween a raiding party of Infuriated ebrlato that you refornud, nnd thovj until fr in Wing vlewrtl ns a man it pli) sicinii MIMICIIY OF MOTHS. lie finally, after trytnj; The W),,rl prartite Ktmnach Hitters, all wo lmo to ray Is, ho n placo reconsld w as sea i raprvtnlly w hen apptrvuily in tho side of the hill and lay men and her husbiud s vineyards. Iliz- ing sinner whom sou tnught lo piv erea and amended to apply bill was count of Most cvcr tliltig, said my stomach wai nr sho Is very tinthoughirul There Is noth to tn These Inserts I'roleet Tlieiusl pah fights back the vultures from tho and tho outcast whom you polntrl t) Kentou and Campbell It they becoma i r. mist or eclipse, nnd as) worn out, and that I would have to akTry, lug comparable to this medicine In c ises of tlio bodies of her children to quiet rest! courts t'rnm Ihelr I ealliereil llneuiles, God for sholter, will ny: "You dd t continuous aesslon. and was then passed ef mnnrinl lecr, iheunatlsm, nervousness If in some cavern of the mountains sho rock. revere iii I arid worshiped A ns the ' CatlllB M,liil fixxl. Oil the ICC- petition tt filed from merchantt and other t Hound nlsjiit my house Isntangleil nnd loss of strength. Among the Orkney Island nn eagle to them. You did it to me." might find for them Christian sepulture! tii-- i.ic kvml Ottllltcm atlOIl ofn frteii.l I cltlrni of l.ettngton, protesting against the shrnblieryof stunted lmishmiwwl, with hrrvun Again, tho sceno of the text imnrtsMS Oh! if she might take them from tho swooped and lifted a child to its eyrie from Max Mullcr that new law situ Tne beer classes of somo bars are so small thero n what they birch, young "moon Inrnu very old word, abottlcof AtiKttslKlower. Itscctn-- , ith"the upon us the strength of maternal a' alder rerenue Just sectionregard to accounts. con here and Scotch fir, silverIn Is and In the mi tailng Th" bct't'h nnd thcvnre spokeu of as temperance mcasurts. gibbet of disgrace and carry them still far up on tlio mountains. and one corner cd to do me Koorf nt once I gained further aw ay from tho haunts of men spring of a panther the mother mounts tachment Not many men would lue bill allowing single counties, which compose a stands an old outhouse, where a plrw Is where It was used nt a mas Uotcl Mall. and then lie beside them in the hill above hllU crag above crag, height had courage or cuduranco for thonf'ul ri'iuraie nrtuii. to supplement we- Judge's sal good nt all seasons. It is culine and not as n femliiltip, was strength nntl lleslt rapidly. 1 feel ry was hnlf In ruins, "monn." In all thsv Teutonic hingunces now like rt new man, and consider A Child Enjoys motion of Kxlnusted nature aoove height, tho tiro of nerowneyo mission of IUzpah, To dare tho ruo and, after an riplanatlon by the Mr Meyers, und while thero one dav I Thn pleasant flavor, centlo ncilon and sooth- last long sleep! latter was not lied that the of wild feminine, posfst by a nearly unanimous rote. The Ste- tho dingy old brown and oulv that August lflovcr has cured tun ing effect of b.vrup or Fipt, when In need of cier nnd anon falls luto slumber. Hut outflashlng the glaro of tho eagle's; tobcr beasts nnd sit from May to wall was thrtmgh i eatinlluenci- - uf and it U iiksI-el- s Jas li Dedcriclc Saugrrtics N me." unsheltered, nnd to watch 10 phenson bill to deduct the per diem of members c u Inxntivc, nnd If tho father or mother bo in a moment she brakes the snare, and and, with unmailedhand, stronger thau clnssieul Y legislature h'nrter linjfl.tnd moon cothoor bilious, tho moit Kratlfyine re- chides herself as though she had been tho iron beak and the terrible claw, she corpses of un buried children wai t of Ihetaken up and passed Ihcra are absent was spotted with that looked blotches of that a darker tint, like damp. changrd ' feiulnlna and thehas been sults follow Its use; so that It Is tho best cruel nnd leaps up on the rock work that nothing but the matcm then after long debate. shouting hurled the wild bird down the rooks. ami Into family icmoJy known and every family That same evening, however, 1 found mascullt) FlIAHKrour, Dec. I rxATC-TJie senate It liven In comparntlvely at wild beast glaring from tho thicket In tho French revolution Cazottc was heart could hao accomplished. should have a bottlo needed moro strength than to sUi I devoted Its time lo Ihe discussion of Ihe Mil on that the blotches hnd dlaapttearrd. and at vulturous brood wheeling In the brought out to bo executed when his timet the (Icrmatis were fond of UhtAMBALMI tho subject of descent and distribution. more rain had fallen and the roof was "Know ttysolf" Is good advice, but sky. Tho thrilling story of Klzpah daughter threw hereof on the body of before open batteries or to wnlk in calling tl e tun nd moou "Prati Sonno" I Aril tarif ficti bof Hops K. The retenue full of holes. next day thev had und know about jour nelglibors" Is thegcu-erreaches David and he comes forth to her father and said: "Strike, barbari- calmness tho deck of a fouudctj reported the amended an I taiatlon committee all come back. Diehen this lie- IU$ f r'y't fVMis revisory roinmlsskwi t praot co Ham's Horn. had happenhide tho indecency. Mil relating to Ihe state treasurer The corpses had ans. You can not reach my father but steamer. i "Auotl.r nsasain," snya Mr (iardnrr fljbn dsif totulU: .. Another r"i ' i nero is no emotion so completely n from this com mi tire was the Mil to regulate ed n second time, I looked more closely Wllklnv Tho been chained to the trees. Tho chains through my heart!" crowd that risylnc Cards. at the atrangu marks nd, to my sur- myttiolo,, could the moon In Hgyptlnn - fipsr' run I Itm-irselfish as maternal affection. Conjn,-i- l Ihe offlce of atate Inspector and another Intronot W related to lluYcu can obtain a pick of best quality are unlocked with horrid clank and the parted, and, linking arms, father love expects ?9 Irit t rvrs duced yesterday pruiswes lo amend the new prise, found them to brjlivlngert-nturta- , the return of many kl iKUtta la t at It It a malo nnd not a fe- - mmmA otidmiarrh plalnB cards by sending fifteen cents In skeletons aro let dow n. All tho seven and daughter walked out free. ejection law wherein It conRlrta with Ihe ted small moths. In fact, with folded or male dolt aand nttentlons. I dial lovo During tho slcgo of r,0S,,aF.0 J Saragossa Fass. Arc, (i, are buried. And the storv ends. l.fSTi'.dcn'l In the cod 'I both. eral election la with regard to the dale of Ihe oiitstend wings, alKAif.ur, AH.IfMi cllnelnr fast on the Tins was i He esse U & Q. 1L It , Chicago, III meeting of the presidential electors k The boll carried Hut it hardly ends before vou err out: Augustlna refreshments poets parental care or Is heled by in some religions in ' it JS Krtl memory of past w ntchfulness. to tho gates. Hut t n day recess wl.Uoier u pt rkl of only four days, crumbled wall J rom dusk until dawn llm Wmi 1 he Itntttitna rv.i.vonlsn.1 ! ' fft.ll ! .ril, ffne.lv Arriving What a hard thing that thoso seven at the f i,f ( Tnubnncoman Is not fastidious. from December !r Umli amend they had Wen out on the wlntr in the god I.uiius. and tho dormant, like the tititf on the simplest things ho can Und. Unlives boys should suffer for tho crimes of a battery of 1'ortiIIo sho found that strength of a mother's lore Is cntir v moot to provide win" Elmlra thai nil the garrison had been killed independent of the past and future, ft I est to draw y in ihe no member shall be allow fields nnd woods their chief enemies, Arabs, Uazetlo, father and grandfather Yes. But it nti.lcrcd tlte moon masculine ton. Hi way of per She is of all emotions, tho purest The eh i orlnanyother ay was defeated diem,a miletze tho birds, being asleep but at day- and no' f.mlnlnr, na were the Selene ( Sksign, ? ait ,( HAY -a is always so. Let snatched match from a vole of J R PnKEn,Fredonli,N V.sajs "Shall wrong know that every one who docs dead artilleryman nnd fired off a his done nothing in the past to ea--n W to Si The "Voutlun lo recora'drrby vile hy break came back lo their old idaee of mi I.ii of A psrtie is .l,1l an I It ho wars not only as Ihe the ti reeks and Uomsiis." siresiie is sipllt mt ia not cull on ou for tho reward, for I In this case NifB'satl itrmsiL kindness nnd In the future it may grxw which Ihe bill appropriating f for a menu safety The shrubbery was dangerous In S atom at in Teutonic mythology, twenty-si- x pounder, then leaped on It I I ) llltorilKlll. I.VWsl.-.,.,- l against two generations, .N,. belloio Hall's Catairb Cut e will ruio any up to maltreat its parent, but still frcm mcnlotcrthe crate of Joel II Hurt sad failed, because the ground was thickly covered the moon Is male Pearson's Weekly ' tasoof catirrh. Wasveiybad" Wrltehlm children and grandchildren, but against and vowed that she would not leave It was colltsl up and failed rrtrlethe Revet wttn green Ivy nnd still gnener periior parucuiars. bold by Druggists, 73c. i an mo generations of coming time. alive. The soldiers looked in nnd saw the mother s heart there goes forth I sary otca. winkle and moss, where sparrows, 'J hat is what makes diss'pation and her daring, and rushed up nnd opened consumauio nucctlon Abuse can njt Metir I'. tort Knowing lww many ei I A Cliolco Gill TnB record breaker Isn't dishonest, rnassroHT. Dec The billet (Inches ami tits were always hunting . . M tl era In tbo land Will apprroiatsv I It, neglect can not chill It, ti another tremendous tiro on the enemy. offend JxxUat so awful tabllshlng a Nurd of guardians for Inoorrlgl Un tries In heal hiswny throuirli life, ' iho i uf m it on, t A Grand Fnmlly Educntor ' nnd It reerberates 111 other limes. It The life of Jnme I, of Scotland, wn-- can not efface it, death can not destn ble children and Ihoae whose ptrenU are vic- for food, up. they would havo Wen soon thetDgii sUandpaend tlcalr.ng to site all Klmlia Garctto not tbo trying Inur, 1 On the old veitbltn-et- l I'oetH have sung those it. For harsh words it lias gx'ntle chll ious and aervinff terms ot Imprisonment, wis inapsd A Library In llsulf may skip ono generation, but it Is apt threatened. .a uy c: pcrtcr.ee wull they were safe. Nineteenth in relation "That unrivalled complexion." saH I ktd two 1h tie of Mothcrt' Friend to como up in tho third generation, as times, nnd able pens hao lingered ing, for tho blow it hns beneficent mln passed. An actan Important to descent and dla t Tlio Slandard Authority trlbutlon. wlih prominent New Yorker, utludlni; to a lady Is dcstrture from Ihe Century, wih gf t rell J, sufTornl but litllo psln. suggested lu the ten comiMadmcnts upon tho story of many endurances. istry, for neglect It has Increasing eld statute, was passed. It protldea that when sratulntatiic, a I wat nut nek over twenty minutes. I theresultof using Onr. watchfulness. having flagship, Jt weens nt tho nrisoi person l tnte-Tsay: Held Tea." "VJsItlnir his estate thill descend Send for freo sminlo to 3Ii which 01 V.tHslFSKilentsi that wonknrat Usual In tie Int. but how few to toll the story of door over U ist 15th Street, .New York City. Tho old tlarohlp which Nelson used tiedraV.'VTSndlooUcsl and lelt so well utter the Incarcerated prodigal, tnttnhls children and their descendants. It rjui tics of tho father upon the Catharine Douglas, ono of the queen's brothers children unto the third and fourth maids, who ran to bjlt the door nnd pleads for pardon nt the governor! t ne, to hit frccond, toand tlslera and Ihelr do. in tho battle of Trafalgar wn bought war ttbtlrnyfrlendawAmleirslntlt; as on ' odtnts Ms lather and tnothe- r- by n dealer pre Yon cannot expect n rain to keep an un- - I generation," ; of Un kind I tufToiisI ut atSwiucmttcnde, in Prussia, k a i V Install Mind you, It says nothing but found that tho bar had been feet, nnd Is forced away by compas othare living, one moiety each but If the mv tiretttsand mOiCU late WhlU hO leU his i5sV?-!,s who thought the Wst use he could di " about tho second generation, but men taken away so ns to faciliatu the sionnto friends from witnessing th her bo dead, then the mother If living shall I have the least tniub o with them fall. I through the crisis w th to I tils tions tho third nnd tho fourth. entrance of the assassin She thrust struggles of the gallows. Other llghti . the whole estate, If ihr mother be dead, mnko of the old hull was to have I whole tsUte shall past to Ihe father it broken up and sold for HrewootL The tr a that even my phv I. Un was as ton TueTihioit. "roirii'iinionr7itafrw?i" That accounts Tho go out, but this bums on withfor what you her arm into tho staple. is tnd after I told blui that it was the netdlretl iintheoipansof the oio. They sometimes I' t r Tho botiteof representative was la Lnffluh were greatly provoked at this r ' murderers rushing against it, her arm out extinguishment, as lu a gloom-strucsee very good paef tho use of Jlothoit' Kilend, he liavonii oxtraordluary rlKttln all dlsoidcrs was shuttered. Yet how many hac night j on may see n slnglo star, ono ol t Tfrcntew for two hours over the spiuldlng desecration of this wonderful relic of rents with very bad tils dtaghter to tiso tho remedy, au t children of tbo throat. till and the substitute offered by Mr their former greatness, and Wiran col s e iiys the cannot jiruso It en uR i I Go far enough back in tho ancestral since lived ami died iho never heard God's pickets with gleaming bayonet ' g r of son)e of thr members of light guarding the outposts ol lecting money for the repurchase of ha e knuwu many l.vlles to ute Mothers' Alhats credit a lso man with whit lie lino and you find tho source of all the the touching, heroio ie room to break arjuorum and the apeak I pronounce II a groat does nut s.i), und iliarpo the fools words turpitude. "Visiting tho Iniquities of story of Catharine Douglas and her Heaven. The marchioness of Spandara, "a pted the tactics ot K Spaker Heed. the old vessel iu order to have it taken b.eitiuf and they nil inoinrr. to expectant up to him. (Jalvcston .Sens. tho fathers upon tho children untn tlm poor, shattered arm. You know how when the earthquake at Messina occur 1 hrelger substitute Is not so sweeping In lt back to Kngland. On Wing Informed Jlus HtM HtUILTOf, Hoes as the hpauldlng bill, but prohibits of this scheme the Swlnrmuendq merred, was carried out Kurcka Hprtngt, Ark. KxriiMnss of Coughinc re stopj ed by third and fourth generation." If when calmly Mmc. Koland went to execution falling houses. On Insensible from tin the using ot medicated ball or dyna-i- t coming to her senset Saul died, tho consequences of his and how cheerfully Joanna of Nnples, WKW ITIOU C0VKR TO COTTUt. Halus Honey ot Hnrilioiiud luollur in running waters and ImprMea heavy chant had the demolition of tho vessel Wm tvrrcktwlth bl llvrr.oonitlpatlon, 1'IUc 'iooti. aclio Uros Cute it. ono mlnuto a lies fur violation. Fttlly Abretit ot the Timet. inlqutty could havo died with h n, it walked to the castle of Muro. and how sho found thnt her infant had not been The bill Introduced by stopped except taking out one more Imm Ills, ixxr Irksml or dliilnnss take , I'd tit, of Daviess filing the salary ot Iho rotten plank, which Prince Henry of would not have been so bad. Ala, no' fearlessly Mmc. Grlmalda listened to rescued She went back nnd perished ham's I'illa Ol druggists SA rents Rtecesioe ef the aalhsntls "(7na--s Is Chlncto U'lang.G'lancI rn r at t(t,VO per annum and allowing him Prussian, Yn so bridged Illustration of 10,00c Ten yeara spent ta revising, brother of Emperor Ulllia'n Look up the hill rt few miles out from her condemnation, and how Charlotte in the ruins U YuBitl'SC. cupancy of the mansion unfurnished and 100 editors employed, over I I'MCT from a sentimental young lady' s )vo,oot)t Jerusalem and see tho ghastly bur- Corday smiled upon the frantic mob mothers who in as many different waji hjutgas, water or othtr Incidentals, hereto-- It. and a great sailor, ordered to W I' "I.ait night I aat In u gond da on Tuc storm cloud should li.uo a sky blew dens of that pursued her to tho guillotine. And hae sacrlfied themselves for their chll furnished by the atate, passed by a pood bought ami tent to him as n keoptalte those seven gibbets, and 1 e'a giand canal drlnkir- - (I all In, lid bolp nr in. iiooKSEtum. color. r . nty Philadelphia Press. Hie ever iremed ao full Wfo. tho wnn nnd IMzn.ih thero would be no end to the recital if dren. wasted Nra CH.T 'Ilia: ltr.T. i I attempted to present all the historiw etching them. Go v rtinnls r.f r'ntsl t rnXKroiiT, Dec 4 IV4 W ..VIIIaa through the Tlieoloitjr. senatr IlliAZlt. nuu aro tho seeds that He in SrisMof I. Irn the mrlylwy who catches Hie worm i,ing practically nolhlng In an attempt to large spherical pods, each wards nnd and the reform cal incidents which show that wonnn's Theology, which may be defined as ""S UllUl I..UIS. fl-- . snl It i chosiunt of which conai ( the lime of ChrlMraae adjournment courage will rouse Itself for great emer- the sclenco which treats of the o. Mr.untAit co. atory Institutions where unfortunate : was broken and the senate adjourned. tains from 10 to 21 nubs. Onco they 2 Eprtni field, ittti U. B. A. children aro kept, nud you will rind gency. attributes and character of UOOTASP IIIIA.WII, t! I' ilar. -- The house passed the bill, times and have Wen taken out of the pod It Is nn Hut I need not go so fur. You havo (od, is an ennobling study Hut aftor " s of Ihe circuit court In that nine out of ten had drunken ths pnlson In your blmsl, bow ever it Impossibility to fit them In again, it all the Judicial dla- - utter or vicious parents. Yea, day by day on known some one who was considered a .11 it Is not absolute truth, but only may havo como or vvbaUwcr tlusv sot Kcntuiky The hill provides contltu nature has packed them nt tightly. It may W takliut, It clonrr.1 nway tho streets of our cities you find men mere butterfly in society. Her hand man's opinion of truth truth filtered KILLED BY CRITICISM. sessions for Kenton ami t'amrdx-1counties by Ur. I'lcmi'a (lol.len Mntlcal DU- I ah havo culled, sir. to Ooslln and women wrecked of evil parentage. had known no toll. Her eje had wept through tho standpoint, tho disposition a sthe Judges of tLese courts shall hold res covory It's n rtineilr tlutt roustsi at Independence and AieinndrU, Ihe ahcml awsk for your daughter's They nro moral corpses. Like tho sev- no tear over misfortune. She moved and the culture of the theologian. If rt) seats, I ot les than two weeks. If bus) IiamL" Old Kidder "My dear Wy, Mr-,erve thc French en sons of Saul, though dead, unburlcd. nmong obsequious admirers as careless ne open the Hlble we find this same ' ' require It, In February, June and October ' et hjt-oAlas for IUzpah, who, not for six as an Insect in a field of blossoming law prevailing Judges of aald courts shall cause have you any Idea of the onantltvof John's idea of God is from hostile months, but for years and years, has buckwheat. Hut In 1W17 financial lifferent from Peter's, and Paul's is a t less than four grand Jurlea to be aummoncd gloves sho needs In tho courso of a tmpaneleit each one watched them. She can not keep the tempest struck tho husband's estate, different from both .Abraham had ono m Jrial the county-sca- year,not of which shall year?" Illack and White. c,5m- lle published a at a city of tni vultures and jackals off. llcforo he had tlmo to reef snll nnd ;once0lon, nntl Mnry Magdalene had stcond class A pomosrnnntc Is nn nirrl. ' worst Hcrofulous Korea nnd Hvrcll- - WOlk. TIlC P.iperS levicWCtl it mnke things snug, the ship capsized mother Furthermore, this strange Incident in How can a theologist's Idei cultural curiosity of Starke, Pla . Inps, aro perfectly and permanently Hlble story show s that attractiveness of and went down. Hncmlcs cheered at ot God, which ho forms from tho strata Nimk of tho best attorneys havo vocurtjbyk unfavorably. It made him so person and elevation of position aro no the nnd misfortune wondered if tho earth, nlctori.il with proofs of lunteered to prosecute Dr. nnd Mrs. Sil THE MARKETS thai it brought on an at-- " security against trouble. what would become of the butterfly. tho power, wlvlntn and goodness vers, who so brutally beat Good men pitied and said sho would die of the Creator, ngree with tho concepWho is this IUzpah sitting In desola Annlu Ilurre, it servant girl. Ciwcinwati. neo. 4 .... t:lck of asthma and killed him. tion? Ono of Saul's favorites. Her ot a broltcn heart "Sho is III not tion of n clodhopper with a mind like 00 ' ." Tut; murder In two Mr. Sarah Mulr nolee butchers 4 no ct i a personal attractions had won his heart. work," say they, "and she is too proud ten acre lot of fallow ground? Certain has justfourth reported nmong months- iiiiis (.ainmon ,, , ,, ls a nervous disease. Of Minneapolis. SMI u. 1 i Wen construe(Jon. pirfc, ra Mio had been J " I mi for a Ion tln-.- a suffc ti t from 6 0U i caressed of fortune. to beg." Hut the prophecies have illint nnd fundamental characteristic linn bands at OwcnsWro. MIKKI'-Kw- ea . ...... . 4 tit no With a mother's pride sho looked on her fulled. Disaster has transfoimed tho of God nre common to our conception i I.AMIIS-liuttJJC knows nu,1ch aboutlt- 4 7S Fomalo Woaknoss Mips .1, W Cooi'kii, of I.onlsvlllo, found e to family Hut tho sccno shining sluggard into a practical Hut our perception of tho heights nnd r iu (t ttn sod tried many remedies and rhysltlars, to no princely children. gootf you get. 11 kiiis some -v people ami sonic 8 red changes. U TH'i Heboid her in banishment worker. Happy ns n princess, though depths of the Divine nature must neces- a burglar in tlio house who sold ho was CHAIN- 3 rtslheot-.- Sa rood )urroe. One bottle of Hood s barsira Na Isn't It tnfii to say that no other people can have it a tl , rilla mado to great n difference ,n my condition and bereavement .N'a 5 mixed IUzpah on the rock. compelled to hush her own child to sarily bo conditioned by the amount of forced to steal because his wife wns and live to forn , (9 i bloisl- - purlllrr can be "jutt Otts-S- o. starving. He gnvo back everything ho 5 mlied. Some, of tho worst distresses havo sleep and spread her own table nnd God which we hate ourselves absorbed. it, X, , that I took three bottle) more and found mysell gosslP Ilye-a good old age. Reid's Gernan inuen ami was In turn presented HAY I'rlme J , , it tt II Ml come to scenes of roynlty anil wealth. answer tho ringing of her own doorperfectly u ell. IbaioalsoRlien Let us continue to study theology, lnrhnle ism tl &n It It were, wouldn't it lm told to I man Cough and Kidney Cure lOllACCO-Mrdlu- m 10 () fill leaf hat porter at tho mansion's gate has bell. Her arm had lieen muscled for but let ns nlso cultivate a becoming wlthn llible by the Judy. i.iXHiienr l&U (ill Ml Nfaii Enterprise Carl llurghnm killed PKOVJMOVS-Mr- ss not let In champing and lathered steed the conflict against misfortune, hunger, modisty Heresy is only somebody else's will relieve most cases. Ask pork ..." n en 71 lotn- l- Prime eili am and poverty, nnd want, nnd nil tho orthodoxy. Wo may reasonably njrec his wife by cuttlnif her throat wltlm to the ihlldren, and find that tt keeps them In bring evil dispatch? On what tcvtelated .... ft U SI good licalih." your druggist for it. He will so ( dairy raror, nnd then committed suicide by nui'l Mils. HAUAlt Mum, Bud isui hall has thero not toodnio solemn other jackals IUzpah scares from tho to disagrco In theology. 'Tin time fot nv., So. tlnneaioUs, Minn, I'rline tn choice crraniery., bier? Under what exquisite fresco has rock. hL the church tostop putting the. cni.W.i. shooting himself through tho head. give it to you if you insist upon ., : " .1 w U , there not been enacted a tragedy of disKl'tirNK Oiiav, a colored Wy six years I'DTAIOKH l'er libl cure all Liver Ills I saw ono in a desolate home. Her there and begin to plnco It. as tho H tie H000'B Pills it. Small bottles twenty-fiv- e :.'i:w voinc age, was burned to death at ... aster? What curtained couch hath merciless companion hnd paw ncd even does, upon conduct, St, Louis Hep b of IKI. II. "' rfXL'R-Pato fancr 7S n is.) cents, large si.e fifty cents. heard no cry of pain? What harp hath tho children's shoes for rum. Fiom lie. his clothing being on fire UHAI.N Ir reA 71 CJ 57 never trilled with sorrow? What lordly honorable ancestry sho had come down when discovered He ran out of the No. 8 red . . . U !71 Cosmopnlltan America. SYLVAN REMEDY CO., COIIN-s miied naturo hath never leaned against to this. The cruso of oil was empty M U SOi Iiouso and wits dead In a few minutes or, Buirs Coogh SynipSl,fcT,K: I cosmopolitan, America Olts inlsril "i'is a Tfi'iil VV curved pumr anil mado utterance of nnd tho Inst caudle gone out Jasies TaiIur, marshal of Huston-vlll- POIIK'-N- ew Peoria, III. Her torlcal error to regnrd It ns n mess w ttii jv li trnis. woe? Gall is not less bitter when quaffed faded frock was patched with fratr. planted who killed Wlllldin Powers while LAHU Westerntteam , Knglnnd. Wo nre rather a CIIICAliQ '""" k'oiuen ciiallco than when ' uicnts of antique slllc tlmt she had transatlantic Hurope, Asia and Afrbi. Powers wits resisting nrrcst, was tried xaicen irom a pew tor muff Sorrow is worn on the bright marriage day. Con- All tho tongues that Ilnbcl cleft our nt Stanford und acquitted. No evldcuco OIIAI.N Wheal .No 1 red . .,IM rtltn 71V often attended by running footmen, fident in God sho had a strong heart to human was Introduced by tho defense, as It ..u . vuuairo tlirlntr .. . 71SS 7I4 speech Into jangle ulong 7I.ST4 t orn -- Nn J and laced lackejs mounted behind. which tier children ran when they trema ii't sidewalks. We have the strain of oir was clenrly shown by tho testimony of Oats Nn. j t,e the prosecution Queen Anne Itolejn Is desolnta in tho bled at the staggering step nnd quailed To the nearest dniKitore forabottleof that the killing wus POHIC-M- est . Rheumatic II i $H 37v I.AltlJ-htcpalaco of Henry VIII. Adolphus wept under n father's curse. Though the wide world In our blood and thn Q1UKJ Remedy, a medicine that never falls to cure rheumatism. tlons und customs of tho globe In o,ir justifiable In German castles over tlio hypocrisy of neavens were uneu wnn ticrco winds HALTIMORIi It Is taitcn Internally and does the work promptly, without dmcglng A man claiming to represent thu Hon niiiiu nun iinoits. friends, l'edro I. amon? IM n 4 Hralllnn dla- - ! and tlio thickets gnashed with rngo. Ton Picture Co. entered the npnrtmnls How the system w ith poisons. bottle. Price Mc I or til. ", 'druEi.,ti Montis shivered with fear of massacre. IUzpah watched faithfully day nfter Two-gre- nio wo to unify this divers v? of .Mis. dames Schelly "Vt 7nn Corn Mlii at Louisville and to a tuiths will do It, vl? tj,e This 4 not a new remedy that you need wait for your neighbor to Ilctur. -- T, 17. 70" aud umile dou free Mephen of I.ngland sat on a rocking day nnd year after year, and wolf and aita -- Sll(!r..,.. ' Patherhood of l!ol and tho Hrothcrh,d attempted to assault her. She drove ' try, to see how It works, as It has been before the public eighteen J. I. SMITH a CO.. Prttthton. Af iV r0HK. throne. And every mast of pride has cormorant by her arm of Man. If ne have one common tiMzWr1:. him u way w 1th a pistol. parent. "" 4 M nil oi bent In tho storm, and tho highest were hurled down the rock. years and cures when everything else falls. . f.i fin fin I nn U. 4 )T.( A fhik nt Cuneyvllle. twelve miles noSH'1?.!;1"1""'' common SOU . mountains of honor and fame nro cov r You pass day by day along streets destiny, there"vu,rrn " GENERALS SHERMAN and LOGAN were Its outwest of Litchfield, the other evening, Is I tsJi1 INDIANAI'OI.IS ' P'rPctual mow. Sickness where thero nro heroines greater than nnd dispersion. no room for dlssenvion destroyed nenrly 30,000 worth of prop, CIUAIN Wheat-- Na spoken friends, and never failed to recommend. We must come t risl n to will frost the rosiest chei, 74 toeth. thn Joan of Arc. Upon that cellar floor Corn Na 2 rod .. .. During the past year the bottle has been enlarged to TOUR TIMES whs got Oata-- Na 3 smoothest brow and istifTen the sprlght- - there nro conflicts as fierce as Sedan er nnd keep together on this broad a - erty before It general under control. . .... , , ., u 8.1 Its original sue and the remedy y eatly Improv cd, so that w e now offer merchants, lost pintiorm. Ulveislty only ,1. Harnetl Pros., ... on.-,,-, j.upaii n,ulu tho courtly nnd Heaven and hell mlnglo In tho I.OUIHVIT.M'. luslratcs and fructifies such unity ti, JI8.000. you the best treatment for Rheumatism knowntomedlc.il science. KfXJURWlntcr itlint .. 4 00 n 4 a) circle and sits on the rock. unity, IN u fit of insane ........ you jook back upon scenes fight Lifted in that garret theroIs are gootl w not of likeness, but of lore ,! Jllngham, of Niger jtialousy, Chnrles UKAIN-Wh- eat Mlied Na red .... '1 U 7IU. I lie price Is one dollar n bottle, or K bottles for five dollars, and la Corn detribunals where more fortituto 4M ' Hill, cut his wife's Louis Ilcpubllc. iwl sou ny all reliable dealers In drugs. manded than was exhibited by Lady !!: Mesa throat from ear to ear with a rnror. He I till L. ........... I VUJ 44 H 31', 12 Jnno Grey or Mary, Queen of Scots. ltev John Murray, th founder of afterward shot himself OUR Flcf-t- : flivu PAMPHLET I1Y MAIL. changed tliu plenty and luxuriance of Now I ask if Micro natural coiirutro unlversitllsm, wits onco berated by an revolver. Iloth nre detid. with a largo your father's house for prlvutlon nnd can do so much, what may wo expect ! unjrry la.lv who did noi nrver,. i.i. NhAH Hnterprkf, Carl Iliinrhain kill. . " . . . ....o niiuiwi lO liOl nnrl vnur own ...n.na. .. l,n l.nim .... n.l .... l.n fl. i of ... 1.1 wii-uiiu iisteueii to uer patlenttt. ml his wife by cutting her thitmt with """"'i .. !. . !i. uvi ui 1316 L STREET, WASHINGTON. D. O. H'fl heart. The morning of Hf0 was flushed Sacrlilce, nnd who aro urged inu IVmi u Itvittrtln forwnnl und when she ended said mi iHv'. u razor ii ml un promise. Troops of calamities oy nn mo voices 01 grace mat sound ' ".iinil.ini, It is not ou tliut then committed suicide by Ultleh Jnturet bafvtu to Pilot Knob, Mo. area tigry shooting himself through the Hciitl. since then have mado detpcrato charge from thu Hlble, nnd nil tho notes of vic Life nfJluthrt-UHt- l Vi'"-?,hs.jrrniomSbjIisrnil-.sli.rb- al i hllil. ,, - - Mil III I III BiM with me, but the devil In you." rV"",: 8ufforod uf I 'in nn f tt "tsr.ln noluoonrenlenca Mr. Henry P. upon you. Darkness has come, bor- tory tliut speak from tho sky. MllS. Ill.lAIIKTII I'lusms, nmm tii.i.. . .1 BjBjBjBjBjBamBLL&.vj.BKiAABBKLmmH n(-Many Pen l fnr Wl... a. T - According to tho New Vorh rows have swooped likij carrion birds years ago tho Forfarshire I'linsiirapllvra anil ptnpli, Travcrs, foriucrly aw vus found iu tho ymd nt Oxford, ludy, steamer tm. wrapped In Humes. Mm was . iliuhava nsak lucvscr Asth from the sky, and barktd like jackals started from Hull bound for Dundee. inerchil Advertiser it Dahomey iiati w m .iM, of this place, suf-Ilolm i'lmjincnirnt uf Itn unnble to Ins.stioiililuta I'lsn sCiiralur . . u 00 1' II In which thro hundred imtivts from tlio thicket y0 8tand amid After tho vessel had Wen out a VuUi, Horror nml loriiunipllnii. 11 has ciirrd Yoar8s fcrcd with ciironic CYCLES Mb U.,,I Bll aro tell how tho accident occurred. little hilled is not so n..U Ihnnsuaiis. It hss not Injur-v.- l After iiilnvrnabntlle of "Mntlirr's Friend" I your slain, anguished futal us it roynl st, ,ri , 7.00 It is Mild that a decision has Won rheumatism for 20 years, and w.i3 whllo tlio winds began to ruvu mid bilfltfuft una Ills lint tail tn lata. ki, ."'sill iti ktr. LuJl.'",,.'.l,",,".n " 'dlliiutetiwrii.nciiitm Rut ah on the rock nnd st lip feritlslts Is It la lha t oil con jh strap. Rirusiiw treated at times by several doctors. WATCHES lows rise until u tumptcst was upon ache, which usually recpilres live h, . reached in the World's fair appropriamilJsn n urli lutm. .Mrt finl'1 irrrrwllsrs. UOc. iHiPosiiilCiiuistCo M AstuilAUL dreil hiiiii.ui So it has been In all age. Vashtl them. Tho vessel leaked and tho JUi,ll to cure the ( i tion tnse, iludgo Dennett dissenting, on Itta. i.si. ,u. ,ii. ,ii,o. llrcs ' !" nl.! mi receipt i f ST. OIL. prlie t,"1'!1'" II JI ,Um tho gioiuul Mint tlm auditor is a mere t inrr'l'sw mailed .rn must doff tho spangled robes of tho went out, und though tho Mills wero "" "; Trlil ll.lllt free bT mill, UT I IT Wlinlever elsa innii may li.ts-- m cured him. No Itr!n,i court, and go forth blasted hoisted foro und aft, she went speodlii' he never IimI tlm UU.lUl'll.1.11 Itl.M MTOK to., ministerial nftl'iT. hating no right to No Roturn clfionteiy to Plain, .Mlse tho WllUI,v.li!iU.l'l,lla.,i. A from the palate gate. lUgar exchunges towufd tho liirul.et-i rt.liirn of pain of n st.itute set beAll. IMA, (i.t. hho struck With th.it In m,t.lu lilmsilf-n- ot X It II l lu he tjr,i fore him. '1 liuilicisluii is 14S3B BOLD ur ALL bui'ouiais. flPSEiSsSi"! "il'.l'H' comfort for the wildtruow of bsvr bow foremost ou th rock. in years. 10 iiwulted with instuuec. HiiyUuw. - ZasTS Wilts. UIIMIM1 i.l SISV II I O. A. I'arrar. inucn inicicbi tmoiigiiout tlio state, ttaia Ikat jsu ssiw tka AtrsUtasaa4 to Ifeaa Yoarss Thw llulnth ivnj fiuprllnr cclal. In full kopinj with Its tvoll known pro. JtlZI'AIPS VIGIL. . No y. rtj lrty - . l.lfr-lnlnis- cr'a i .sis-art- I intiio,ay; tcuo - ,. flvo-yeo- LMER ui-ii- la, uu(y-h-kk- frult-bask- ho 'M'nces w hard-presse- d -- o ..a. fM H.i,, 0V..; tn ,,.,.. com-batm- & emi ...I ii."iniii ir 1'ain in tlio Ilnck, ! , lcn tt rr-- Kidney Conipliilnt, 1,'rlnary Trotiblca, J InUsx-lcilloi- i. - Disorilere.l Liver, l, . v- I three-quarte- rs fr, to-d- light-house- well-Kno- . It, -- 'August Flower ttrrv-nre..! , )e ,..,., wac -- oddly-shape- d -.S- rr-cc- nn.aCATARHH mKTUFSTM el al ... '' - ator . nrn BZ2Soe9 nil iiis Jl) aFNl FEVER v v 1 - tlfly-on- s i'.U. "ns ate I , .nni....... i i 1 i k sJ-tlv- ir i VsdvV- &&' .:se- 'na Ik-e- : i i f to-d- alms-house- s, i I e, tttst st SfflLsffiA5ife!Sa Com-&&'&ZV?- r'M crili-5L'..'to- t, Two-roifX- tifteen-year-ol- d V "L ,,' .... , n:n & e hen iric SK TOiAToKE il;C':i'W AiftKti'iffta3i ' u No Hood's Sarsaparilla Klt-tTi- oito Al,PI.i:s-rinie.ifrb- BileBeb.ns Small mmm ?iXi3totts ii 41) e, Wheat-Ungra- ded Nh. e, , Where is He Going Durang's 1 a. am ailAlN-Uiioai-.- , at ID 1 I 1 t.nl BbjffSHILOHSl 'daKou1-:- IllSt. lf-- Otta-Ml- i .,,. A 1 m I SI-N- YOUNG MOTHERS ALWAYS THUS. '1U DURANG'S RHEUMATIC REMEDY CO., m 1 ii MOTHER'S FRIEND" mn. 20 n m tttH 1 1 """ Hr- -.li woe-struc- JACOBS WWi 1 qin-sti.ii- 3 nun BainniLiiQii 1 'l!"'"rillii ll a "V 1 -- ms! itif .Jtoa I .t- - &J6&ShimJi-k'ii1 m ,,-fflfrf- "TfKMWil-- iluAiiiLikktkihL, ,ta . "jj2'rr'rj" ..j... rm i!nrssr'- -9f5 ..v JkWiinKSSwBSilm i'JW va. tswr.-i?vrarfMs- M j.j-.-- !- -i' ... n " , .. aaaaswMaaaMMMiii ri'iM..wt. iraig i - 'ifaaiawa tm - "i in . 1 11 1 .4iiW- - uu .Ut