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V . moments boforn ileatli nnl tho oncl wm o tjulct nntl jiei.ccful that only tho c.v perlonrctl eyo of the phyMclna couhl pcrcelvo thut tho ffreat atntcamnn hail Dr. Hyatt laid JoIii.mI tho mnjorltj UiBtMr. Hlalno'silealhwnsiluo tofcheer exhaustion. Ilo nnt.nnlUins to mnko a statement rcganHm; Iho exact dlv caso of Mr. lllatno until ho had received thoconkent of tho family. At II W, I'rvaldent Harrison, d by IVlroto 8ecrclnry and Ucitt 1'arlccr, xvalkcd over to The president the lllalno mansion. showed marked signs of prlcf. l'ot The Spaik Flickered Long But master General Wanamakrr followed tho footsteps of the president. (ho End Cnmo at Last. All over tho city people (fathered In knots ii ml ill soused thalncIlenU which have imilo tho man's llfo great, and thcro U not ono uho does not mourn. Tho Final Summons Came at II It is not known that Mr. Illalar. had a personal enemy at the natlsn'i capl- r .O'clock Frldav Morning. . ui. . There wa no business liansacted mi hmiii iii VMiiiatuii. 'tidiiy, iti The ileportlnrnts, fonscipurnce. CAll Mgtlt l.ont II I Ji In HMand thoNhops fttoppf'l tliolrbust- Tli Mrro at III. llrtliliU I'mnllr Social eveni wero at on nc&i rounds. To l'..cil MIivii lKi llrmllior end. h (iirHt tint, i ma it. I'roui Another Great Loss to the Nation. iho truth to say that these two men differed oa some riullt'.cal matters snd remslned coed frlnuds by honestly snd frankly severing their polities! connection. It is fact, at least, it at rsch has shown hit nobility of character by speaking no word In public or private against the olhrr a notable contrast to the conduct of so many public men nowadais. llUlne must l classed with the great statesmen whom the nation hss produied th Adamses, JeHerson, Monroe, Lincoln, Websur, Cslhoun snd Clsy Hal-for- "' ffy-- WAiMl.stoTTW,-Jirr.fcSSfrrillal- ne' con-ffre- 1 1 lllalno died nt 11 lay all night to n hasty Minunom. they rrtponiu fnu ml Mr. lllalue .liiklnj raphlly ami Wonil hupo of rrcortry. Tho rulnpws tiil t in only n anort time botoro their arrival. Ilo was then peechlen. mid hUVrrnthlii); ncaircly j;riTit-Hjl- r. Alt tho incmlnTS of tho family I ail pathrrcd quickly In tho alck room tn rrMino to tlio Munitions of the , nhota exiHrrlencc tnhl ihrm that tho rnil niu near. Tho iliylclnna illii ctrry thins Huilblc to put life Into tho atcd frame, but tliolr efforts wro all atrcneth was cone Death peaceful anil apparently palnlvav phjalclaiu nrrlrrU O. C9. Jmnc o'rloclc I'rIJny. Ui In a Atupor. but It nul letter, llian on rrttril a terel ulhls prcvloni At 2 o'clock rcgarU-ri- l ns 1'rIJxy tnornlnjf ho When the MI;liUy teller. iik 11 Waiiinoion, Jun. r, In tho mointn?, In AS L "xt n iv" iiii-vs- iile wkr i. Jiv'J'rf' Ste. - una, J suss t. m aisi. The white house, the executive department and thn capltol buildings draprd In heavy crepe were Hays over the ilrnth of and Assoclntn .Justice I.amar. As they pass around, strangers arensklng themselves, "Did anyone ever see such sourness? Did anyone over know of such a hsrvo.tof death as has been leaped under this adininUtrntioii? Who will fall m r I r t " ' ii i xv-- -- ,ji7a s V7 a w al.y .A 'W I A nest?-- ' 4l &bXm. Kmc 2t?25:A v "it A 1 VA -- AV-iWti- t, lK-'S- At 1:B0 p. in., I'rlday. It was slated by friends of tho the family that the funeral arrangements had been so far determined upon thnt tlio services would Iks held Monday fnrnoon and the remains would bo at lisist temporarily Intcm-here In WasUngtou citj t nvK. o trjmrnzr-3- James tllllrspie lltalno'a death, at though U has removed from the world -, Ju ii ii nt.jitxr. .. ni.cliartr hi 'Eb .V that thor rcuiiilii.il but the lino of nnnouncemrnl at tho head of thU dlspatcK It was a foregone conclusion that his battto with death would be tho final defeat of his life. Though thn facts as to hit illness have from the first been studiously concealed through the ofllcial channels of communication, he was n sick man when he returned to Washington to seltlodown for the. winter death anil Its bereavements added more and more to hit all mo n Is. He has crmvii norw ntid has continued on his journey to the Kr&toDS fait as the days would carry little aflrpriso. iiiumi who Tho news of It had been tirtert90if.TnltrTrout Vs promlncnln or prWale, or whether tho final resting The physicians have officially tuadt place would V here or aLsnmn other public the lausc of thedenth as llright'l chosen spot in .Maine or elsewhere is disease, aggravated by tiiWrculnr not yet definitely settled. disease of the lungs and followed bj he CAPITOI, A 111 AX V. .V. V Jan heart failure. assembly had adjourned bef-jrthe news of Mr. lllrxlne's death reached here. Senator Cantor annminreu ins i death In tho senate, hHa.uHums mctULH a t until Monday tidings of Nlw Yoiik, Jan. S3. 5fr. Illainc'a death spread over the city rapidly, earning' little surprise, howiCs5ffi&52r?- ever, as the end had been so long anticsiltut.fli. Uint'H'7 ipated that the demise caused no shock. t Tho flags wero speedily hoisted to The ensket will le of red cedar covon the city hall and on tho Tri- ered with black cloth, and the solid bune building silver plate on tho top will contain the following InscriptiontiS.-T- Vlntler 111 'trterl xnuW I pjibl'.c interred In Oak Hill cent-lrk bvaiillful waln rise" nf dead, situated on the slopes of Hock creek banks in (leorgctown. Although Mr. lllalne'N nnmc and famo are Inseparably connected with the state of Maine, but ono of his family lies under Its soli. Ills eldest son and duughter, Walker lllalno and Mrs. Copplngcr, aro Interred In Oak Hill, In n lot that the dead m.iri himself selected and purchased three years ago. When the body of Walker Illulno lay In the Iioum awaiting interment Mr. lllalno accompanied by a friend, walked over In Oak Hill and selected thn lot In which his well beloved fcon wan placed, und which soon nfterward received the body of Mrs. Coppluger. Ii s ln the eastern part of the cemetery, half way down tho terracn of tha western Lank nf iho creek. Tho view from the plot Is to the northeast, und within Its rnnge lie hlierldnn circle and Kalnronm heights, tho lioinn nf John Howard l'nji.e, in ono of the most attractive portions of Washington. No stone jet marks the graves of the children of tho deceased Tho txxly of Kmmons lllalno lies In ono of the Chicago cemeteries, so that asldo from the national character of the deceased which makes the uatlonal capital tho most fitting resting placo for his remains, ll, more than any other, can bo called the family burying place. A public funeral was suggt-ttcd- , but the wishes of the family prctalled, nnd tho ceremonies will bo of a privats nature They will le held at the l'rcs-l- ) terl.-u-i Church of thcCovcnant, whero Mr lllalno was a pow holder, on MonDr. Hamlin, who ofday morning. ficiated at the funeral of Mrs. Harrison and her father, w 111 conduct the scr-Wxly will be ll-- feltCfc. nHPiia' The J- half-mas- - JAMLS OIM.USPIE nLAINK vans jaii'amv Ji, mro jam'aiiy -- T. lr. ml him. Science and sklllhave furnished him the weapons of defense for a comparatively lonjr lmc, but his death has furnished the end of the light Ilo was a doomed in nr from the start, and to all intent ho ias Iron a dead man for these many days past. Thn uewa spread to tho capltol and throughout the. city In a few minutes. It was every where expected, but wSisn tho announcement came tho Impression was more striking than any that has been cirutod by similar now s since tho death of Abraham Lincoln. st-- J rV$kr! w ne"S! tha death f Mr ltlnlne teachett the slate house at about 11 o'clock I'rlday, and whllo thcro isns no surprise a feeling of sincere sorrow was felt and expressed by alL At onco resolutions appropriate w ere prepared in the senate and house, nnd after tha business of each house had been disposed of they were read and adopted. Adjournment Immediately followed. Cot-l'tini- ot rtJlrbor News of O, Jun. 58- .- Mrs. Hlalne requested that no official notice bo taken of Mr. Illalno's dentil, but custom required olllcial promulgn-tlo- a of tl:c fact The state dcpartmcnl Is now draped with Mack In'respcct to Hayes, and the memory of at the request of Mrs. Hlalne no additional emblems of mourning will bo placed on tho building. At the Church of the Covenant tha organ w ill bo plnyed by Walter Tho the dead man'si will be twelve In number, and telected from among Mr lllalne's personal and ofllcial friends I'rlday evening Mrs. lllalno sent a note to Preso ident Harrison in rcsponso to his of nympathy. Dam-roscson-in-lapall-beareiocs-sag- PRESIDENT'S PROCLAMATION. II Jsmtsfl ltlslrewss beta Wstlilrclon countr. a blank for His mind has almost weeks past, his lucid moments having been but few and at times far between, but hi physical frame hn w Ithstood Ik-c- ii the ravages of wasting disease until now, D.Uliiff from o the crndlo to tho tomb, years have been Mr. Illainc'a aity-thrcnclhe ones. Ml tho trials and tribulations that have fallen to the lot of n public man have been his and havo earned fur htm tho peaceful ending of a career which closed when llfo'scandlo mado Its last lllckcr l'rldny. Mr. lllalno, on his death bed, was surrounded, just ns ho has been nlinost for weeks, by thoso who wero iieaicstand dearest to him. In fact, it wus only his family and those very closely associated with thorn that havo been permitted lo wo or oven hear from him during tho last dnjs of his life. painful duty lo snnounca to the people of tha United Stales the death of James (Jlllctplo at Hlalne, which cccyrrvd In the city Ur. II o'clock. generation this eminent citizen to Aunists, Maine, where Tor a fult la IS1I hortmoved There, s a Jour- has occupied a conspicuous and Influential poslie has since made his homo. nalist, his ready faculty and trenchsnt rltlnt ition In the nation His first publlo servKo wss In the legislature of his native state. enabled lilm lo becomo one of the mter In ISM ho Allerwsrd for fourteen years ho was s member In th xlltlcs of thestste rngaged In the movements for ! torn stlon of of the National IIous of Representatives, anil Urn rrpubllraii psttywllh all his energy, and wss three times chosen Its speaker In I8J ho was elected to the senste He rehis earnest and InrlsUe illscutilon of ll e rlslnf signed his seat In that body lu IMd to accept firrdi.iu and ronlllct wldain-nllon-. In Ib58 lis was elrcteu to the tbo position of secretary of ststo with I'resl. IriiUlature, rrmslnlns' arscmber tkrou(h dent OarHcld. Alter the tragic death of his annusl for four yesrr snd chief, ho resigned from the cabinet, and, dcot lug himself to literary work, gate to the publlo strvtd the last two as speaker. la his "Twenty Yesrs In Congress," a most val uable and enduring contribution to our political The early ertucsllon el Mr lllslqr was seitu-louslcultivated, ani his msrlieJ usteforhls torlrul studlrnsbleJ hlro to excel lo literature, snJ tc llicrarjr socle ty he iinplayeit ihi political aptitude snJ rsidty Ihsl b dlatln-(Ulshri- t his Biibsfiuot Carer While a jounit msn hi lnutht school la north KcniucVy for teseral yests. sna thers mst t rn thi yourif U1y who subifiiufnllj tecme his 1'a. loxt II, Jsnusrv llrowas-vlll- UW. issued Wamii.sotox, Jan 2S. The president the following proclamation Friday afternoon: IlxrciiTiri Mansion, Jan 77 Ills my Directs Hi I'ulillo llulldlngt In Washington to lie Closed the Day or Mr. lllalne's I'unrrat. lteu l.ry aitrctl literature. frBXJrsZi hmtmln DurliiK Iho war Mr lll.dne gained Jui.0i fifrft or KestJlrjWnivU'e. Dr. Johnston wus hiitiiiiioiicd to the bedsldo of Mr. lllalno early l'rldny morning, but his presence was not known to thoso outsldo until nbout 11:10, when In company with Dr. Hyatt ho loft tho house. JMU physicians were unusually pale, und when accosted by the reporter for tho latest new a tho significant look In their faces answered thn question. "Ilo Is dead," said Dr. Johnston, "and ho ratted away peacefully," Tho doctors did not tflv0 the exact tlmo of death, but it was observed that h'j ut 10:45 tho windows In tho room of thu sick chumbcr wero slightly rnthcd. I.nlerlt was learned that death canio tit 11 o'clock, Mr. lllalno wns couscous until a U sum and his fortinction for his ensic power tn Urn debates lh.it srew out of that Mr. lllalness elected to Con. In crisis. Krets, where In one branch or other, ho seried Ills growth In position snd for eluhtecnycsiR. Inlluencs was rapid mid unbroken, lilt close study of political history, his sccutntn knovrb of the record and relations of public men, edro nnd his unfailing memory, rate him great ad. 1UMJAMIN IfAIIHISON, suntuges, and riiablrd him to bo bold in attack, quick In repartee and apt In Illustrations. John V l'osigrt, Sccrelsry of State Mr llltr rs! apro'nlrd stsatcr to nil ll.o In Heaven VUth Ills Hoys. unesplred tera of henator Morrill, who reVabiiin(1to.v, Jan 28. A pathotio insigned to ociept the sicreUrythlpot the treasury, and In the following winter he was clioien cident of Mr. Maine's last moments is by the li'tfl.lalurn for thn tiillen.ulng term. Oa prominent .Maine represenelection of (ten. (larfleld to tho presidency of told by a the United States, Mr. Illalnewns tendered and tative, who was at the house just lifter arrepted tho onico of secretary of stale. On the end came, He stiys that whilo December ID, ISM, Mr. lllalno retired from the Mr. lllalno was sinking, but boforo ho cabinet, nnd was, for the first tlmo In S3 years had entirely lost consciousness, Mrs. out of public utatlo'i. When the republican national convention tn lllalno bent over the dying man and 1MU met at Chicago, ho was nominated by the said to him: "Do you rememtor Walker republican parly for president of llii Unlled and Kminons? Do you know that you Ktntea The election turned upon tha result In aro going where they nru?" Mr, lllalno No York, and was lost lo Mr. Ulalr.e, whtro-upoho promptly resinned llii work upon his did not open his eyes but tho Indox history, which had been Interrupted by his finger of his outstretched hand siowly s Ills cull, to Huirlson's cabinet, alter the and feebly raised itself to point upward. election of KM, Is fresh In iho mlnda of ui read Thl wan tho last indication given by ers. What occurred totween the two men knowledgo of that finally led to tho sensational resignation tho djltig mon of any earthly things. Just before tha Minneapolis ionentlon that Harrison, has neirr liern told. Ilolh An I'uiisiisl Ortlrr. luvo remsiiicd silent, though Hid newHpaxn Washington. Jan. UA The order of liaia been guessing eter since the occurrence When Mrs. Harrison died the Plumed Knlnht the president closing tho exeoutlso deilsiled the stricken liustuutl and mingled his partment lu Washington is nil unusu.il ti tears with those of his old friend Altj, when .A.....l lr.ii .in flut nf t lift il..nlli i.mmons nuine uiivi tin blmsi'ltono uf tlio f.ither' ?nX.VBeS.;S!r n public .nun who hu not held th. Vithliers. It would probably b nearest) oflke of rresA'JflH. treat dis- lt! June. IKJ. Ills desollon to the puhltc interests, his rusrked ability and his esalted patriotism have won for him the jratltude, and selection of his countr) men and IUkadmiralIn vt lb world la tbn ssrlrd pursuits of legislation, diplomacy and llteruture, his genius has added new luster to American cltlienship. As a nu tnblo etpression of the natlonsl appreciation of Ills great publlo services and of the grnerol sorrow caused by his death, I direct Hut on the day of his funeral sll tlio departments of tho ciecutlte branch of tho government at Washington be closed, and that on nil public build-Ing- a throughout tha United Stales the nattoutl nag shall be displayed at hall staff, and llml for a period of Wdays the department of state be lly tho president, draped In mourning la March, IW, he again became srcrrlary of stste, nnd conllnueiTto exercise this effleo until STATE IVEW. unit;, In front of the whltt KENTUCKY LEGISLATURE HAWAII ANNEXATION. house, tho treasury and tho war clerk In Ue Denosll 'ereral Members or the Cabinet Favor " the Ft FHAKKronr, Jan. Ii SxAT-- In and navy department build T Jtato eviUe, aged about 23 llii- ehin It la Indicated That tha l"Rs, thcro was no disorder or con ate the only bill passed daring the Brit I we bunk of ho'irs of Its session Tuesday was that front the i. 1're.lde t Is Nut In Any Hay f suicide the other night Could Not fusion obscrvnble. On tho contrary, h'.use allowing the cities, and the Mr. Blaine's Funeral t tha I there was a marked air ;ierry Jhompson, In Wasihnotox, Jan. 3L There are reuntlea containing l him, to supplement the no, by shooting bins 'i at1 solemnity attending even of decoroui salaries or their circuit utges. Its second North tho outsldt reading wus gtrea the proposed gaming law mUIsjI Be Private. Bdrfith a nUtoL Ha lomo Important developments in tha demonstrations. ceremonies Inside ust passed by the house. It Is cls'mtd thai Tho some time, and the Hawaiian situation. First, it is pretty h" house wero grand in their sim- this law Is tbo same as tbo law on the subjectol hubetya 1 to be the result ol clearly indicated that the administraulcldka plicity llefore tho hour of 10 Invitee! gsmbllng. but there seems to have been slipped tion is not lu any way lukewarm as was Thousands Pressed Around thefBiefJ guests began to nrrlvo and take iaccount of In several very Important little changes whch desp thelt the late 0. M. Hill, Qrsl supposed Secondly, the action ot Flic neither the operator, player nor spectator tin I scats In the fragrant and to Honor His Memory, Uoston, Mr. much chance If Ibero come a l the community where tho commander of the about to against front parlor of tho mansion. Parser wanted to burr up some sort of a re- andatsMsil file oi which Great llntaln Is svajKunmirrieU. There were no chairs reserved except port from the committee on leglslstlve and sen- hell has died a formal protest, has received I'STWr'smlst, tlmarttv. fnr (ha hole Nallan Mourned Hint-- lb Db.1 for the president nnd for tho immediate atorial redisricting, but was cut oil by a Ig I'a.krt Hhowereil Willi Kloral OrTerlnfS f family of the decensed. report of bills from the house, the first reading plsnl Wl?taalEddvvlllef es. I .tin nflli.1.1 nnnmvst nf thn TireftldafiS -3- 1 hi Vr and his cabinet of which consume d most of the session. the Tolling of the Iloll thajr cape.. I.lcvcn o'clock was tho hour named I llemaliia llurne to tha Orave. Hocse Iltlls Introduced! Local option apptv sentiment in favor- of. anneslng departfaent the other . ThoM, extendt.nir. ,1 statel regulating the meet Ai0T the sltnplo service of prayer which cable to fettgailoo..- - A retotutUm' wi of to precede tho removal ottha bodj tat ns-- -' WAciiiNtnox, Jan. 31. The . l TMof tno taulnet have expressed i offered rrweallnc tMIRSliukT coutmtaN tfsjiavgP Js .....I J -- ""ly if. JMUII1U IUHIU IIVW' IwJ n VP.lnO church for .the more publle rite. Ltd toioforsa act rcpuslksaMka .Min.-asMl1IIU ,. i Ul il. IUIU .ir. lill c lYi':WSJSlUtS..fUr,WlI xat itaislsst'aafiJ S., m. I,a nM,n nAMitanf iwIvkIa mm In Slin nnllll.vv'uull. t m" immoifrnfra emcrccL am of the committee on Immlgrnttoo and labor, ret Smith creekUT Hazard. to accomplish annexation must come as effort "was Afil rvXaJBssfa.r favorably Mr. Charlton s bin allowlnj tjuiney well from the legislative as the executlvo appraisers of the estate of resident and all the distinguish lrted comply with what was known to be his concourse rose organ to pay a fitting; honoi laoortrs to belong unmolesten to later compenI S'jitvjit lihn 1U .. ill .a llfn of & ,."A branch of tho government these declnra , own understood wishes, and with tho . tailoas. Mr. Arnctl's bill, providing .. , .... ,., .. sympathy to the mottoss' of .ww..... ..".tro.V.....V ... .... ..... presutn tlons no not ln themselves amount to cation for circuit court clerKs !n criminal eases, nrw.m of hh Cftmlly !s tu.U and statesman's relatives. few weeks a at Ovvensboro, was rcporKd, with a substitute, faiorably by more than the expression of opinion regard, but tho surglno; wave of public The family was followed by Ilcv. Ihcccmmlttcc on criminal law. Thceconomlstt ably from falling down stairs and of private citizens. Tho matter will interest swept over Iho barriers of tho house were ara'.r.at the bill, and. after breaking his neck, have mode their re)r. Hnmlin, of the Church of tho Cove-iandoubtless bo considered at tho cabinet and made his private funeral ona who, standing bcshlo the casket, a corns ilcrablo right, defeated both the bill snd port to the county court The report meeting Tuesday, but, of course, nothsubstitute. of thu most Impressive of public demn a low tone delivered the I'rosbytcrlan I'liANKrortT, Jan-SThe general ssembly shows that ho leaves an estato worth ing will be decided upon then, except onstrations in honjr of tlio dead Tho spent the day mostly in considering the road fully 1100,000. lie was estimated to bn probably to arrango for tho reception for tho departed soul. most eminent men In the nation stood )ryer did so .Mr. Damrosch, the and educational bills and made but little prog worth nny where from $10,000 to t5,-00As he of tho Hawaiian Annexation commis o round his bier. to touched the keys ol res. Tbo tlmo ln the house was devoted turn-a sioners upon their arrival In this city wordy discussion of matters relating to All business In thu nation's capltol bo piano to a slow dirge. Tiir. board of managers for Kcntuckj next Friday. It has been reported that pikes and the List halt hour In the senate was ssos suspended during tlio period when Dr. Hamlin returned thanks to Rod devoted to a filibuster A bill was Introduced at tho World's fair, who were nppolnt President Harrison is in favor of the thu funernl services wero In progress. Hat by his power this life was ended In the senate by Senator Hannah providing for bv Gov. Ilrown a few days ago, rod annexation of HawnlL Thcro Is In supThe presence of the president and tho raly that the life of immortality might the payment for record books for sheriffs out of ed Frankfort, took the oath of office and port of this statement tho president's amending at high be begun. He besecchrd the Almighty the stato treasury cabinet und supremo judges and The bill . II. uu n policy of Americanism, the bill fixing the terms of rlrcult organized by electing Mr. ofilcisls of congress and of tho diplothat comfort might come to eiery mem-be- r courts to meet the objections pointed lancv. of Louisville, president of the which has for its object tho enlargement matic corps was not moro significant (.tricken household, because out by the governor, passed. The house amend- board and Hon. John AY. Ycrkcs, of of the sphere of usefulness and activof tho than the homage of the waiting crowds Uo ono that had gone out of this life ments to the Daum bill, concerning setoffs and Danville, secretary. Tho other memity of this nation. His action upon tho who, in respectful silence, lined the ljid go no to immortality. Hon. John I). part taken ln tho the revolution by tho "Let the counter claims, were concurred In. The senate the streets through which the funeral cor- qonsolatlon that came from nbovc fall refused to rerede fromlhe Miller amendment to bers of of board are tnet irir Christian county, Hon. Jas. United States odlcials and forces also tege paired. The parlor en the second tenderly and sweetly upon them," he ir muglsterlal msklus tfcthecounty instead e! Clardr. the unit Senators D. Mack, of Harbourvlllc, and A. D. mny bei regarded ns proof of tho cordistrict floor, where tho body lay in its cedar Mllii l V.'hiI a i1 Bi'urd wero spioinleda omi conclude J. "JspcaU to them of comfort, James, of Muhlenberjr county. rectness of the report Although tho riiai.ui, ciusriy fcccieo, was lairiy cm- - sbcli as thou alone can teach. This wu niltteeon conference. The general educational fiio. Covington, a colored man, was course pursued by Minister Stevens In bill was the special order, and a hot right was boncrcd with Moral tributes. In the name of our Saviour, Amen." made on a proposition of Senator llreclclnridgc shot near the Madison and Kstill coun- - ordering tho lloston' marines on shoro Tho casket itself rested on a huge atk This completed the brief and impres- to postpone the consideration of the bill tv lines, ncarlrvlne. by Pleasant White, was without explicit instructions from bed of roses, violets, palm leaves and sive services nnd PitAMKroitT, Jan. if. Se.sate The school the caskot was closed, stealinir White's chickens. The his government, his action has been ferns sent by Mrs. Hmtnons Hlalne, and tenderly borne to tho hearse. Sol- bill was taken up from Wednesday's proceed while will die. fully approved by the president about nine feet long by four feet wide, emnly and In silence tho family and legs. The Hrcckinrldze substitute was defeat- thief Ow R.vmono has invited Sam Jones to In tho senato there is a distinctively tho lion ers nrtisticnlly giving the com the guests left the house, which has ed. Tho bill was finally adopted In Its entirety. As to tbo matter of t.it school books. It profeeling on tho Hawaiian American bination of colors and designs of an ori- been so frequently invaded by the an- vides that the county superintendent with the hold a revival in that city, TilR Mayficld city council has made question which is not confined to any ental rug. A largo ship of state sent gel of death, and tho sad procession two associates to be selected by himself rhsll select the books after thn present adoptions ex terms with the Water and Light Co., party. There can be no doubt that the by tho Knights of lEeciprocity was near wended its way slowly to the cliurcli. pi re. frco from the dictation o," the state super majority of the members of the forand the service will begin May 1 by and around the pedast.il on which were intendcnl, but the prices charged shall not ex Tho decorations at the canning factory eign relations committco look with LEVvlsi'OivT has the collln rested nnd tho cofllu itbclf very rich and effective. ch'ircli prices furnished by the pubTho terrnce cecd the wholesale thnt will be ready for business In sea' favor upon tho establishment of Ameriwere n wreath of orchids and roses from sepa- lishers ln other states The bl'l la this respocl formed by the pulpit and tho -IVctldent Harrison, a wreath of whlto rating the organ gallery from all plat- is not all that the friends of the Hay bill passed son, and will soon have a creamery In can domination on tho islands, but in he what shape is a matter of detail la the tea:: desire, and they Kill call for a ccn operation. roses nnd violets from Mrs. Sach Chandfere nee A coinirsrosDtNT of the Pikevllle that has not yet been considered. violets tied form afforded a background for i strik- offered committee and amendments nil! be ler, a Mrapto wreath massing of plants and The arrival of thea commissioners Mountain Monitor finds at Ash Camp, with ribbons from James () Maine ing the edge of the pulpit cut flowers. HocsE-T- ho bill reported from the commit On cut flowers an old gentleman whom ho thinks is from Hawaii is awaited with much injr., a irarland of violets from Mrs, tee on circuit courts, by Mr Gardner, of Jeffcr-so10 12 inches terest, bnt pending their arrival tho concerning commissioners ol circuit courts, entitled to distinction. He is eighty Mule (which was placed on the were arranged inn ribbon or was taken up Thursday, die cut-- d at length one seven years old, has fifteen children question of annexation and the estabcasket); a wreath of roses and violets In width. The blooms comprised roses, lilies oi a cumber of amendments rejected Mr Mmms and eighty-fiv- e two of lishment of a protectorate 'is being disfrom Mr. !ouis Dent, consul to Klpgs-toof Trigg, offered a bill omendlng section 10!!, ot carnations Jnmatca (formerly Mr Maine's tho valley, nralias, ribbon, and and hya- tho elv 11 code, and Mr Porter Introduced put whom arc of the fourth generation, ami cussed by tho smembera of the senate in cinths, llelow this suspend- clssslfyirg cities snd towns to correct theer "ho has never been prosecuted by lawand the committee-roomprlvnto secretary), n largo wreath of ing from it ncross the pulpit, wero short ror In the old bill which Is In the samo boat, In It mny be true Cnmp. but there and to a greater extent in executlvo violets and white orchids from Mrs. K. festnon of milar. votved Dy tnooecislonof the court of sppea's. aro places in Kentucky svhero that Inst sessions U llltt; an immense wreath of w lillc The front of the organ was covered Fiiamuoiit. Jan. 33. Sr.tATr. Thcsenatt Senator Chandler stepped to the front flowers with long streamers of ribbon, nJJjurned Friday Immediately upon the an would make n man conspicuous. Monday as nn avowed Hawaiian annexivy with curtains of smilnx ropes, draped nounccment of the death ot Hon. Jsmes O. Lincoln countt people had ISO.O from the diplomatic corps; n crossof apex of the instrument to the lllalno. ationist, and If ho had had his way tho in the defunct Dallas bank. leaves and violets, from Henry Cabot from the resident would havo been instructed Houre The house, when the news of Mr Lodge, a wreath of lilies of the valley ' cnudelabra on the side walls of tho orThe saw mill ot J. A. Ganz, at Hardy, was read from the clerk's desk, In front of The by both houses to enter into and palm leaves, from Mrs. Whltelaw gqn ioft whichspace coflln lay was tho Ulalrc's death once adopted a resolution to adjourn at was wrecked by the explosion of the at en-.- a in the lteld; a wreath of roses from Mrs. Km- Robert tlons. with tho roprc'cntaUvevaflJjsaWi meridian In respect to the memory of tho great boiler early bjA covered with the lloral emblems republican. The tousa committee oa ludlctart UcatxtaaaWdiLaH n Haeeaiaswrt fluiewimiti mons Maine; u largo cross and spray of kingdom of Hawaii nnd to sitbrolt'tho" "Ji.nr.cgninnnicn mo remains .iron. (Moratilw revortnl txta Mil pjtrrldliw tor the re- - MocWfctreV'MlsWflffhfTinVil lilies from Airs. Dr. I.orlng : a buneX-.- ,. mora or county aeais, aua is receirru iisutbi to congress for ratification white, rose from Oen: WfclViV .1. I'. Si'.. K I .!.".-- . oi readlnr. Jl prescribe, that an election shall be Hams, cngIner,vsWscalded so badly convention "Ciguien me cricct Hut his way was blocked ".v nnlma nn.l vIoleLs from Secretnrv TraetsmiS-?held to decide the question, und declares an that it is thought ha will die. William by legislation. ,r h ittlonary decorations emergency The committee on public morals Ganz, son of J. A. Ganz, owner of the by Senator White, of Louisiana, who ivy crosL spraycu wuu wnuo roses occuvlativcs and favorably reported tho bill prohibiting the sals from Mrs. Audcnreid, a wreath of Ivy years of ago the day before objected to immediate action, nnd Mr. first eight rows of scats in the cr baric ror clgarrtus or clgaretto material, mill, wss 2t Chandler's resolution was laid over till sprayed witn tvd roses from Mr. and prescribing a line of from C5 to t ISC for vio- and was to have been married to a Miss Tuesdny. main aisic. Iteliind them were seated and Mrs. John R. McLean, and many more. lation. 1 he committee on codes of the duties of Hnnnlng, of Charleston, W. Va., or thft- - president, cabinet assignee, guardUn, trustee, etc, 1, The parlor, not at any time n very comTHE STEAMSHIP SAAIaE. Spcaltcr Crisp and memlers of are discharged by incorporated where tbessme Wednesday, February trust com pan modious one, was far too small for tho otlkcts. The educational bill was passed in Letters of Censiiro Cnnetri.lng the New the mircinc court, with their families. ten. Ordered printed nnd recommitted to the distinguished mourners who, by invitabeen lurk (Juar.intliir Authorities. The legation and nearly nil committer. Mr Charlton IntroduirU a bill pro- the Kentucky senate, after having year. tion, sought access to It for over a CoiAiinu?, Jun. SI. Dr. C. O. Probst, t,ho ministers from South nrd Central viding for the election ct special Judges of under discussion there It Is now known doilnlUly that Amcnrn, as well as many senators and count) courts Mr Wlllettoscnt up a bill to fix At Salycrsvllle, Justice Caudill, tho secretary of tho stato board of health. the Usm of r.o!dliigo,uartcrly courts the house lllalno did not dio n Catholic. Although in addition to thoso resumed consideration of the turnpike bill upon examining court, in tho case of the Is in receipt of letters from tho ho sent for Cardinal (llbbons, ho was representatives, amendments to tho substitutes Speaker Moore commonwealth of Kentucky vs. Dig health authorities of Iowa, Michigan present at the house. nuablo to talk to hitiikand the prelate Among tho senators were Sherman, took thn floor nnd spoke against the horizontal Rtsncr, S. Rlsner, Leandcr Itisncr and and Mlnuesota, in which it Is stated did not offer to administer the consolareduction of toll rates made by the amendments Samuel Hisner, charged with the mur- that tho small-powhich broke out Satvj.r Carey, Voorhces and Morrill. rropn-ewhich he Insisted would practically Dr. tion of tha Catholic church. Chief Justlco Fuller joined them just abolish all the turnpike roads In the state; the der of John Davis and Wm. T. Deskins, in those states originated, like the Norof tho Catholic university, Otiortnon, January 2, the other day, altera week's wood cases iti this state, from Immn. On the left hou-- c adjourned before a vote was reached. before states positively that tho statesman did of the the I en icesbegn ttiAMvroiiT, Jan. ). SxrrATi-T- ho senate Investigation, held the defendants for igrants who arrived nt tho port of New church were delegations from not reecho the last sacrement. from tho wus too much ilaled over having almost a trial. Dig Rlsner and S. Itisncr were York on the steamer Saale, and was Shortly before 11 o'clock President the Mute of Massachusetts, York and United States senator In their midst admitted to ball in the .sum of 00 carried ashore in tho bundles of Infect Uu'.ou League cltibi, of New business, transact Harrison entered tho Mnine mansion, Pin aur'pliiH, und fioiu vurious points Saturday morning ton few bills much adjourned each. Leander Rlsner snd Samuel Itis- cd clothing. It is claimed by tho quarthey and after advancing o accompanied by Mrs McKce and group around Judge William I.lndssy, the ncr were hold without bail, but before antine nutlioritles that new clothing to Secretary H.ilford and Lieut. Park- in Pcnnlvanla. Judge was In great to jill hero 'lticli're rtooscselt, Henry Cabot and of the hour The In every direction shape they had been remanded to bear outside was furnished tho immigrants, and as he pressure was brought his w It Cashed er. Tho vice president was nceo.n-panle- Lodgi on the they wero directed to throw tho old Mark swnpjKMt Jokon with the "boys." and by Mrs. and Miss Morton. Then a not, they overboard. Duiuit of Minncsotn, were with these House The house reconsidered the second magistrate, and, to avert camo tho members of tho cabinet Secto above aro delega' it was exactly nt 12 reading of the clgatclte bill, and ll wss sent wero admitted to bill in the mm of The letters referred upon tho falluro retary of Stato Foster, Secretary of the o'clock oris. the slow nnd solemn organ back to thu committee on publlo morals Mr fAOOO each. They promptly executed In their strictures hen Charlton Introduced u bill to establish the dis- the bond and were released Treasury Poster and family, Secretary of tho New- York quarantine authorities nnnou.iced of tho fuLlklns and family, Secretary Tracy and music urty at the the arrival church. tricts of Justices. It was referred to the com "Haul" Huhoess attended a party to seize tho clothing and destroy it ln door of the mittee on county and city courts. Mr llalley, family, Secretary Noble nnd family, neral . in Darren tho furnace. Four deaths have ocAs th. ad procession niosed up tho who held the floor when the house adjourned given by his brother-in-lawPostmaster General Wanamakcr.and alsUMr Walter Damroscb, Mr. lllalne's I'rldaj nnd was speaking against s county, and among the other guests curred In Iowa from this cause, and Miller mid family, family, Atty-tJco the turnpike bill, when the subject were three brothers named hcelock. some others aro expected. son n '" sho was nt tho organ, came up ns unfinished business Saturday, Secretary Husk and family. Dr. Probst is endeavoring to trace a mndo up of resumed his argument, followed by other repre- An old quarrel was rtnewed, terminatWheel-ockof tho United States, plutcd an improvisation Tho chief justlco connection betweon tho Akron cases several themes of hymns which Mr. sentatives for and against tho lull A motion ing In tho killing of one cf the newly arrited from the fuucrnl of his was mad" to recommit tho bill to the committee and the fatal shooting of another and these others. Tho origin of the "veil late associate, Justlco Lnmar, was ac- Maine i tseut roso and remained stand- on propositions and grievances, which was lost. by llurgess. disease at that point has never been All Several amendments wero voted down after companied by Mrs. nnd Miss Puller. Willi F. James Moore, a farmer resid- satisfactorily determined. ing as io funeral party moved down Messrs Hanks, Pnnson ami Illrkbcud had been Closely following them came Mrs. llltt, ing about fourteen milts west of Hop Mr Hamlin, tho pastor, heard on the question. Tho house then adBRIDGING THE MISSISSIPPI. Miss Loring, Mr. and the as Miss MiCotnb, making any progress vrortb kinsvlllc. was away from home, his wnlkel it tho head of tho mourners, journed without the Mrs. Andrew Curncglo, Senator and thieves, who structure to and li ug lu his hand an open book mentioning llii Jan bill- SrNAit The senate house was broken into by coins which A Steel Cintllever New Orleans. Cross the 81 Mrs. Cameron, Miss Cameron, Senator rtiAMiroiir, Hlvrrnt contain iv tho ritual of the Presbyte- adjourned nt an early hour Monday, and united stole nearly 1500 In old and Mrs. Chandler, (5cn. und Mrs. Parke, collections CillCAno, Jan. 31. Corthell k. Kar-ne- r, w i hip, rend ns ho advanced sewin Iho house ln raylns tributes of respect to composed ono of the rarest Mrs. Hugeno Hale, Mrs. T. S. Hamlin, rian civil engineers of this city, have the memory of James O 111 line The first In the south, and which the family had the Scriptures. lections to- been authorized by tho president to Mrs. Alex. Kodgers, Senator and Helm a htm came tho honorary pall- eulogy was delivered by Mr. lllssem, the rep been nearly fifty years in gathering Mr. and Mrs. John Ilepresen-ntlvMrs. Wolcott, gether. In the collection were pieces build a btidgo over tho Mississippi river ami resent illvo from Camptell (ien. It. A. Alger bearersit two abreast, Senators Hale de.ul tanster, or Christian' llisbaw, of Henry; of money from almost tvery country on at Now Orleans, which will be tho larMcLean, It. representatives of tho llankx, Anderson, and and Mrs. John A Logan, Mrs. John Frye Vlosed state leading the way. Greenup,ot nnd Senator Harnett, of lloydmade the globe. gest cantilever bridge in America. It Jones, of Darren, Hay, Mr. nnd Mrs. P. C. Newlands, Mr man's A IUptist theological Institute has will cost 3,000.000, and It will toko bearers, moved at a most rev- ftellng addresses Mr Ilennct spoke of Mr bi nnd Mrs. Theodore ilooscvclt, Mr. nnd The made largo lllalne's toward tho chancel, whero land ln father as ha Ins tho state Inentries ot lust been organized at rulton, com three years to complete It The struobis section nf Mrs. Gordon Cuniinlng, Representative erend raco rloneer posed of tho ministers and students ol tuto will be of steel. Tho main channel d 'osltcd tho casket amid tho pro- days, nnd stated that two streams there .... . mu Kentucky and span is to .ue .l,um teci. ilong, n i .i... and Mrs. Henry Ctbot Lodge, Mr. nud they fusion 'flowers. tro still known ns tho "Llttlo Hlalne" theology of Western locaMis. How lands, Mr. and Mrs. Marccllus nd tho "nig Hlalne." Gov Urown occupied n Western Tennessee. It is named "Tho two side spans 75T each. The exacl Tho family followed tho body nnd Ilallcy, Mrs. Audcnreid, Mr. nnd Mrs. bridge 1ms not been decided West Tennessee hall took tin front seat on tho left, near seat la the Gov. and llstenol attentively to the West Kentucky andKov. A. S. Pettie, tion of the It will bo Vullt vhercvcr tho eulogies. Ilrown returned tolhesena-II. Dunnell, of Minnesota upon, but the retinitis. They knelt with their iho bill concerning jsilers, witn ms msirprovai llaptlst Institute.' nnd Mrs. Perhnm, of Maine; Sir Julian h&7 bowed in prayer, nnd remained Mayficld, was elected president, and best foundation can be found. Judge hlmms, of Trigg, cflercd. the following' of secretary and Lady P.iuncefoote, Mr. and Mrs. in this attitude for some time. "Hesolved Thil tho special coramltteo ap- Itcv. Martin Hall, of Fulton, Ths Cuerokje Strip. Francis 11. Loring, Senators Gordon pointed by order of the house lo Investigate Dr. Pettie has tho chatrot theology and Distant kinsfolk, relatives, iutim-itAltKANSstt Citv, Kan., Jan. 3t The Crisp, Voorhecs, Speaker nnd and report the author of a certain article pub- Dr. J. N Hall, editor of tho llaptist and Mr friends, the president nnd his cabinet lished In the Louisville Times bo dirtclcdto Gleaner, Fulton, the chair of polemics, Cherokee boomers aro now massing on Iteprcscntatlvo Holman all sides of tho Cherokee strip awaiting (Mr. Maine's n pd tho other members of the ttiiierttl certify to the clerk of this house tho mileage each for ono year Dcvino T. J. of congress on tho present in stenographer tho preparation party who wero ut tho house cnmo in and attendance of such witnesses as may have is gettlnjr tired of tramps. the action Paihcah claimed for attention txsforo said committee in sell tho of his "Twenty Years of Congress"), after tho family, and were seated In tho answer to summons, also the legal eipenscs or They havi- been troubling tno town lot proposition of tho Cherokees to land to the government for settlement. of the house for eiecuMng ltcpresentatlvo Mount and Mr Iharles pews. uomnc-a- . tbo sergeant When, all wero seated the penis of the the process of the committee, nnd also such sum some time aro increasing in Maj Gordon W. Lillie, "Pawnco Mil,.' Htnory Smith, editor of the Phlhidclphi i frighten women, commit petty depredaloand allow to ltussin. Hcpre- - organ cease and Dr. Hamlin, rising as said committee may certify committee, for the tions nnd occasionally Invade houses. declares that thcro are at least 3.0C0surPress and whkL cated within a radius of ten miles isnntativc nnd Mrs. Dlnglcy, ltcpresen from his place in tho pulpit, began tlio services of the ilerk to said dluing-rooand amounts tho clerk of this house shall cer Uy to One lady went into her ulso tatlvo Mlllikcn, Mrs. l'rye, the Maine church services with tho tending of tho auditor of public unrount for payrrcul." found a tramp sitting at, the tabic, rounding Arkansas City, and ho20,000 gentlemen selections from the Script mcs. Adopted. Mr Charlton, ot LshiIstIUp, cScml a which had been prepared for guests believes there ato tit present of delegation fourteen The reading finished, prnyer was of. resolution cxpttsslng the sympathy of this on tho border of the headed by Gov. Cleaves, nud Mrs 8. P helping himself ioolly to boomers waiting At tho close houcwltli tho friends ni.d family ot Justice that evening, sight Cherokee strip for congress to tako Fesscnden, of Connecticut; Senator and fcred up by Dr. Hnmlin. everything in Limar, which was adopted. action. Mrs. M undersoil, Senators Allison .M- of the prayer, tho funeral procession It took W3,ssi.H, Iosl osh bnlanc. some cpherson and Sherman, Senator Cockrell once moro formed nnd Mio body wus A Hiavr Ssntence of about Jt.oOO, to run the Ovvensboro The and Gorman, Senn tors Aid rich and Mor- conveyed to Oak Hill cemetery, and llw.UMoliE, Jan. 31. Judge Harlan FACTS ABOUT THE U. S. city administration last year. thcro laid to rest. ill punishing pocket book rill, Senator nnd Miss Dawes, Senator Moating debt of tho city has been re- believes In 1800 1,5.10 new books wero printed duced to f ooo. Hs bonded debt is n stttitclieii-- . On November 19 last MarAl Kmitnrks'ii Capitol. Hoar, Senator and Mrs. Washburn, FiiAMiroiiT, Ky., Jan. 31. Tho Ken- - In tho United States. Senator Knnsomo and Gcu lllalr, shall Hull, colored, grabbed a pocket little less than T0,0OO. s scrgcant-at-armJudge and Mrs. Wylle.nnd tnauy others. tuckyleglslatvroheld memorial service! January 1, the cost of registerbook from an elderly lady named PeCor. Itoitr iit Tti-r.ii- , Not all of thoso who had been re- Monday upon the death of Hon. James ing n letter has been reduced to eight of the Kentucky homo of representat- terson. The purse contained $1. The to four years in quested or had received invitations to li Hlalne. Tho two houses mot in joint cents. ives, his announced himself n candi- prisoner was sentenced tho house could obtain admission in tho session, and memorial addresses were ol tho penitentiary. Moke than Srt.OOO letters were placed date for assistant sergeant-at-ann- s tuniislon, nud many pcrforco remained delivered by ltepresentntives lllssem, In tho mail Ikcs of the United States tho U. S senate when that body shall Wora.n Vo:edforU 8 Sanator. in tho long lino of carriages which filled of Campbell; Causlor, of Christlni.; last year wholly without addresses. h St. have become democratic in the spring llisiivuii. N. D.. Jan- - resulted: tho adjacent streets. Tho Immediate llashaw, of Henry; Hanks, of Anderson, Mns. Ci.aiu Mi Covins, an aged col- thirteenth b.tllot for senator Tin: first fivn presidents of tho United and others representing ull political mourners grouped nrutind tho casket W BS ht McCoiuack, 30; unman of IloDhinSvlllO, service in the t..isev. SJ; Mrs M. U wero tho widow, her married daughter, parties, and paying glorious tributes to States ended their terms of year of their nge, nud, had terribly burned by her t clothing acci- Mulr. J; Arnold. 3; Fuller, 0; Walsh, 1; ueau statesman both as nu olllcial sixty-sixt- h Mis. Damrosclt, Miss Ilnttlo Maine, llie elected for a dentally catchlug tire from a stove, sev Young. 2; Roach, 2; Mrs. Walter Ml. J G Maine, jr., Mrs. Kminons and a man. As a further mark of re- John Qttlncy Adams been havo ended eiul dais since, that she has since died. Muir, 1. second term, he also would Maine, MIs Ablgnil Dodgo (Gull Ham- spect tho legislature then adjourned. year. his term In his sixty-sixtThe county school superintendent ol Tin Binkruptcy Bill. ilton), Mr. Maine's cousin, Mr. It. G. News lor Lumber Men. inagnltudo of tho stato depart- Daviess county hns been compelled to Tin: Hlalne, brother of tho dead statesman, to.v.lttu 31. Tlio friends of Pavi. Minn., Jan. ill A deal hns Sr until next Septembei and his wife and daughter; Mr. Hamp- bet n closed by w hieh Frederick Weyer-liuus- ment's collection of Jefferson pupers assign his salary Turret-- liaiikruptcy bill hate made to his sureties becauso they made up a the ton Dciitunn, of .Missouri, u. cousin of a stton.' ilppoal to Speaker Crisp lu of this city and a syndlcato of mity bo Inferred from the fact that titles have been ivritten for the shoitago of ubout 500 in the school Mr. Maine; Prank Ilnnry nnd Augustus northwestern lumbermen k'uin control of the measure, and ho has agreed g received by bun funds Stiiuwood, und Wulter Stonstou, and of between 100.000.0W and .'.00,000,003 now Index of thep:, n number to recognize Mr. Oaten, of tho judiclaiy thev lant coax tho blue nomiiiltn-ocolliKiinii the whole b'it W. II. Hatch, till nephews of the deMommy, lowuary v, wi fcit of standing pino uroiitid tho north,. tho luxuriant ceased ern partof Minnesota. The consldcrn-th- lection. ThoimiH Jefferson certainly crass into In Kentucky, other niutii the purpose of in,,., up tliu bill states Veh ,ves mado hU murk. Though ii concourse of seicial thouwuscoo to :,oiw.ooo doing tho best they enn with persist In A Doub.o Murdsr sand peoplu occupied Luf'iyetto miuiiv, , lllilln- - Mill, Tim queen has given orders for ex- It. Lexington nils about tliO.OOO of facing the lllnlno residence, and though Mo.. Jan. 31. Samuel Sachs Tn is Ns.v Yoiik, Jim. Hi. A special In tho trusive decorativo repairs to bo carried liiuegrass seed iiiiiiuully for shipment city, nnd hi son tlio doors und windows of the house adtho ofllcesftf to other states nnd to foreign countries. a merchant of this Pii'ssfrom'Vitsliliigtonsays Mr Hlnlno palaco, by Jim joining wero thronged with sped tor, left u .jv'U bestowing all his property out In Holvrood engaged nud Nieholasvllle, Irvine Henry, had their throats cut ln cleaning and Tiik Richmond, Hio escaped and the double lino of carriage- - l0 ot upon MrJ Maine, and makes her sole works is now Dawson Dawson restoring thu ceilings nnd wulls ol ReattytlUe lailruadylll be iw mote lu number extending fnr along trouble grew out of the settlement of u without botul. The totul uf Queen Mary's nudlenee chamber nnd and orord this spi in? ' s,tui-- bill, the broad surface of Pouiisylv.inlfl tueesiasiii est muted ut IMJU.OOO. and tbo udjolnlnff corridor. euppcr-roo- AMID FLOWERS KENTOpf third-clas- s yer, Lake-stnrn- WJ floral-be-deck- show-dow- h" tf -- i.. XunJ r" . ner tte.iTAnverr lr T ill ?!! "' yn &&&ikrn w" sM - li,., ,t ,,... t, well-know- 1 it jut o n, grand-childre- - cloak-ioom- of-A- sh tht)Si)rnlng. negotiaais'' -- ..... .iM-r- f, ' n v " ... pi'f pall-beare- x d, I'ri-vat- d se-ve-ro amend-m-nt- n s i -- a- Ex-llo- e c - Scr. I ..! h cr 25,-00- 0 bo-ha- lf rcpre-Kcutlu- tvj-thliils- n k"" . . 01 el mm e ni j msssm i,..iaaStii mm&n Is.tJ w'SfTLTl '.. . . v. .. wsNtf .A . " V' . ... . mlu.. "IT WiW M o i" ;,,- - ,., s . KMBStilStiti ;, , :. - .; s :', " v". -- ' v ; t a 5SS6P -- r 1 A. S. KOSEDALE, Artistic Photographer, at Campbell's Old Stand. EltivtfX AsItM .1, I . bod Work Gur.mi.tcod. i Visitors nro welcomed. . THE HICKMAN COURIER. II I OKM AN', K y., Ki'Ioi'in roi.sii)v. ... Call and examine work. &?& Xiistoi'.v frccU'd.i fkiday, : : : n:n. 1893. I'll cd States. 1 1 Atlnilvtioti to Hi The queen of Ilnwaii, the owner tinpro-nouncablo volunteered at tho beginning of Pnct namnr'rjiti.i paper cantot ho Miirourl the war nml up to the time when lo?r large bounties were first paid." i0" a"!e tt,Hl "r,V9-'- !,a ,M,C l",''i,'K " '. f. Paper Publishod! littl Tu-- -' '" eome commercial ccntrr. but plriictnt V. Crrtuln1.11J Lnrr.Ji.-j- . If We have no doubt that the iiii,r ........... Ll ougui io ue just ns vsuDie. tf'ltll.lrnt. lo - M fIt. ..., . I u nnteers " liunu tintrintUm .....m.w.. imv r,., to spontnneoiis and not the result of V10 7""18 of a wagon an much --- cure (lillli mux TrTcr. I.urso Otll 7 ' arc u tucir p.aecs .bounties, are genorally opposed TilE pension tax now amounts Ill 'jii lfnrI Nc, lru;si.i Uiu Pauper peiieioii, and that W,"'"J" ndispensiblu to Itimovc-l'. S. Mennfor Iliilmiy. lo ....i.i 1.. 1.. ..11 .i.... .i.f.i...... meilt. but not limin m tlan tlinl orUbj c A . i l!n inrla. to a per capita assessment of $3 iK nirj ouuiiijwiii nn iiiiici iiiiiiKiiig f llfM MirrllarT upon every man, woman and child "l'li"K pin that '.leeps "coi.r hum ti.iA n .;. utm.i. iv Tii: ,, .;ki Judge William Lindsay is to mid patriotic people in demand ,1i,,1" in the United States, and Geo. unx-- . I nt fhiMrro'. If.ut nicnl. i iikmmi. succeed John G. Carlisle in the ing its repeal; but whether the "u Wi'" together. , . Jlragg, who is the lending candi uuicrt-iiiIWi Anen 10 Corrnpuml-sr.- 'j i U. S. Senate. He will not be le- honest seutimeiit of the country IH "0 ",or '"'portnnt auu;ioe M.H Olti.i.i.,-.- , i.a . L'rrift-e- al. wag. to tie date for Senator in Wisconsin, is can make Itself felt Is still onesIVM i:iltrlal. Nuiill.t:, am.,1 one of the few men in tho coun- gally and formally elected until tiouable, and it will remain so as on than the other. Sow:'b the , ' ""'I"'-".Your great jmirna treats try who has had the courage to at Feb. lith, but his election is n "rjr cni tiLTzrn, Jons n. owtiLL, t. n.'i. b sJatHS, HI., IS03 V44 long as the ri.imr mi slouera have the ""I t"M I iIrv Inr Ibr lar(rt cluti rCflfl c itlrely fori .n to tack this outrageous system of fact, nod so conceded by his numbers mid the organisation to !',' BUl,Jerrvt . For itili tb Mllilp Vat. Saninl e.ipie of tit WVW Courier- robbing the pcoplo for tho cucour "l 0. vo"r luiiiv- iiii.tirr. u.. ItlUlr ockIuuKh III. I, make them a great power in the l'l an I.I. I,k friends and opponents. Jonriml nli irnl 'r lo an . ngeiueut of mendicancy. 1.1,1. Prtal interest. while wnir tuime ' ..11 nolltiesof Jim ennntrv. If ...i ..A... "' L". p aiMrr. Writ to Thu editor of tlio Courier tins ever, the comes nlong nlili lis .ical r!.i... I.a ...i mnii-u . at r.' f olunteers will assert CO, known the dutiiiiniiuheil i;pnllo. themselves, they mny "'ccf.'d K'""i"Bi items you wonl! i.everj of i!!sss UXK FA UK. ten reached a culmination for tho man, personally, for more than 30 wuieii yoii sre mi ' l.ll.rlll. k'l clnnce ltt b iitol reluming until T!cr' , present in the Illinois railroad years, and feel that the Legisla- of suocess otherwise. With their' ."" ,l,,('"s'f''- 4t docrf.t 2Siii, .is, horror, near Alton, last week. It ture lias '"a' judgment "'"ar it may he possiblo to elimi- - J,!"ne" I'. tl I.VRCM, A (J. p. A. selected a splendid man was the worst, in its details and L r l4Y, froni ",'"' l,e lak"B " mite most of tho frauds and bouu-- ' v"" rrf. JUu'r. a man of powerful brain and ty jumpers whoso dishonorable1 ;,cw " because he geh u for results, of any that has occurred since the memorable tlood of burn brawn, and one who will sustain records have not b.irred tlipm ",0 8a" that is askfit for b ow A of ing oil that ran down a narrow the high reputation of Kentucky. from pension under the Harrison !",,or- - A .T('1 l,li.lrm '"' " that Sullci t your busiurss. We offer the most l.lliernl Arroinniodations I Sar.in U Mllws Sroi. Tti.tT v, an. (.,. valley ami devoured a Peuusl- - In the power, forco. clearness iiocauso n iiookseller iiblrAJdm to our CuGtomcts Cuntiblent with Ustubllbbird 'i 11 Ixuilmi, i',.ili.i.U'tl to it- and Hiliiilnltratlnn.m two dollars for a school b , tania village some two or three Qckues! liunking I'lliiclples. ot hi Nifln iai, uid he iM.ihW. v l. a ..l.l ur oplnago. n .,iy pu;iiN 'Xlva nut mM It. foTiTWTs in no in CvrttUn ciiiii mm.. ih. .......! klux rcnort P P As MJ, itc. ' , ' ' :i u i.nltr i,f M:ut cntiIit The of J.inu-nr- the U. S. Wo do not inn mikI ininrmilecd i:rc fur 't was the cheapest, 'lit una 3tu'ur''- tho papers are In no sei l,. .t.ro il u,r fiimii"!, L 19th pays the following com- mean that he will step into the Life, Accid:Jivf 0. UAI.TZKK. K.T.TYI.KK. .1. W. l'OWIil.!., It. It. , 11 ,,,,, , ,lfc, tJn ,4 cts. tm li.M c ut ti.- mvru.l.liiii t. pliment to Kentucky's Senatorial . Senate as thoroughly equipped as For tale bj C". A. Hulcomdk, Drugiit of botii papers each aro indispen,i i.w nvrutpslnfri nil.,.' W (OW(iII.U A. A. FA!'.!?, W. A SHITK, representatives: "Kentucky mar :. . :.,i it TflwriilA &. sable br. always be relied on to coiiio up Carlisle, Mills, and others, who .1 , Auuiauj, A'v. ).nr UIIKKE I.I AIIM, I IV lli:(.l.V. strong in the number of her Sen have long Congressional experi . ,1' . U. v 11.. a fijlii ip nf Thk DomocratB of the Old ' i ator is to be chosen. Generally, ence, but that he hus that quick tu rhi-- the great iciiwrtaaco A decision of vital importnuco uf liia KutuJi Ul I too, they are strong intellectual perception, clear judgment and lliirGibraltar District would Imre , il to all railroad and steamboat inWil As:.1'! :f 3j32ssi!j S2j?ci;ilf 2 power. On the wholo, Keutuck) .t.ii been proud, indeed, to have seen ; !'..- .tiiuti.i, ifts jnipib, ur. I.'o- robust mind that will soon force terests was rendered in tho United tcrj t.ito lias been pretty creditably repre! nf ln, nmUr tha guitluuce ut sented in the upper brunch of him to tho front an the peei of any Slates court in Cincinnati, on Jan. their Kejireseutntive, Hon. V. J. $2 ;n,mw,iuw.iw. '1.. j t. r," sin! it u .1 tu iter :l,n Stone elevated to a seat in the C. Congress nil ulong." of them. -- 7th, by Judge Sage. b .f it i ovk Some time rtunlitui that ' y Judge Lfndsn)'o great distinc.nri4 il:- cortli. II. T. Iteimett, of Hosodale, S. Sennte, but, failing in that, lie A.ncl IDoalor OKK1CU OM'.H IIIOCrJAN IlANrT, " " r " wiv fa:ttiful)jr nod jiaj'flTnn Murray Ledger joins what tion should bo n encouraging ex ago, can well bide his time, the popn Miss., received judgment for ii; (i .i i.. tia iltiuln lu; j)n f.wmr seems to bo the majority in favor lar will holdiug it in reserve to W1X12S r .li iij KKXTUOKV. DRUGS, 1:1.1 If Imt fjri.in thu stun of ?17,35r against in II I OK.MAX. ing the working of convicts upon ample to the iiHpinnjj joung men i r. .r I..- "tt.r'.ia." ik rmmntlTmake him Governor or U. S. Sen il the roads. The time of the year 01 ino country, iinrt) or more the steamer Guiding Star, no MEHICINKH, n, nt Puns, .!.. j tlu- Iji tuo ixh.biAnn lTTTV t r s..k. . . l . is approaching when the uecessitr years ngof Lindsu) . to Hick urcek on the Mississippi, at Har ator in tho future. In PCS i'ii..d rtin. 51 A I IU.N KItX, ..iaS;, for better roads will thrust itself man county, a poor boj, almost, if ris' Mar, lor value of cotton con-- ' 1. 1 Q U O It a j. tnii-to hK m. .iths' iutj.niK'Mu-ut' . i i 'Ji 'r-4fc ',i t?K x Bi'irjrvi:. 'tR ni. forcibly on tho attention of every signed to this port for a eiiotie ornii.: ti.U In- w.u, uh 1.1 ir, j.r !uii:t.tt Ir. in DiacKsmun ana " ',,v not quite penniless. In a certain on y r i'iit.ri'i;; l'ruticn nni-Hi. man who is not lucky enough to rou uie u., II. & I). K. 11. The cot- m,,"3T" i.f StTyiUIh3f of Inn sense ho was the creature of lucky ton ws burned at the landing at LlIh"1. live on a turnpike. 4' ""'"l "" ii.a- ilu4jHidInmj tin)hit Wll pnjiil.i nml iiimn! a v ' In rrvTiu'irv laihi n,w 3Ji:i)ICAL Let this be the question in the circumstances, hut it was his clear Itosedale while waiting the nriival f . . r.MNTS, )o( t. Itru.i"gh.-.tii- , AiJ"'l""". win 10 Ju li, a f"r. 'h"M ":ailHR P"1'"0 "' r.iirl il ul .f ir. lnrty. Having 1 1VK MK A 'IhlM. of tho Guiding Star. Ilennett liad ',,, lun ,ou t ,iv.it "', election of tho noxf Legislature. head and good judgment that bome; II 8 U. OILS, w ry ur .T,; bills of lading iiu.nt to ht'tili- ta ho VI 1IIcimI:ii,i ilnnr or irrtir. u AH -- K shaped and formed the circum- previously Nafnn, S.C a Idlilii, iigo, fr .ini;Ki.ir. signed by both railroad nnd steam- - r iDirnu-AN Indian chief was tuking in lioui.i m once reu.l fur a nrl li.il, tnit!io C'niijt. wlin-'- Jut his own advantage and boat agents. SPECIALTY. o in the sights at Washington the oth- stances to tpj of "he Uminl tiuiri Illu. Ilools. h Jo .Inly n.v. nliil him lJiitu.it vum I !' rri full lint t,t Qoedr, M promotion, and once before the 01 m tiiirmi oneii mj Undortikor'B uapt. iiegier annealed the case "" er day, and one of the House em. . n Ami,ij i 1 kj... ployes escorted him to tho Speak- Slato his caicot uas onward and er's stand, before the House was upward by the force of a great called to order, and lot him occu mind. py that seat of honor. A facetious In the laugnago of tho lamentDemocrat who saw tho brave "OLD the gavel for a pipe, and ed Ed. Urossland, "The sovereignusing Kmiii a fji'lea JIJ Sue. of the ttrt Leal thing to Hud the hole in the stem, ty of a great mind is his by ....... ,v U4MUlurl HMIIIUUB t fill el of all lemarked that he was tho Hist aiiv iipuisioii ih uit imponuiiCH HH. tlore publi.lietl.. lUiiilnifty IwitnJ In acquisition and con- .1 A..t.lt..w II CT ., .1.11. l.a ...I..... It.l.llt.t savage to ocenpy the chair since quest." ricr, io rein., pum pu, A,ljubi mien uaiiiiiiiun oi HAHDWARE, TINWARE, STOVES, &t. railroads and steamboats begin. i'e'"; J' '" Soum, I'ubliiher, V lllll' Inpro7ed Servici en tho If. C. ii Gt. tlio retirement of Tom Heed. ton, 0. C. Euilway. I:nls art oCereJ l OVK I'lUCK, aaj tVat (U Thk recent Senatoiial elections HtCNHVUEOBUC'SKiKIDIAM l'UIKM Double Man a '..uighlng Animal. The N. r. A St. l.su! have demonstrated bejoud a reaerr luned Ike roiat Juililei. It.!:;, fr The Frankfort Capitol savs : M'ui ia said to ho thn only wiiinal thit man; sonable doubt that tho next Sen-nt- Senator George has a German the Ita'llnx line in Hit Hjutli-crMrs. Sallio U. Hryan, wife of S. ho ii not roatly a crying All gout, guaranleeil In Lt ai repreienleJ win ry, ruiil of the United Statos will lie friend here who is very fond of B. Bryan, and mother of S. N. ecu n try In lit ttcrtlrnce of lit rmJ- lp5 rrcalnre. ll l u i tuaume unit huiiui, Democratic., The Democratic par- him, and wishes him all sorts of Bryan, died, in ami riili'mri,t, lian fUcut ilulf a mw. IV h.nm . wiitc-- bring Hickman, Tnesdav ty will, during tho next four years good luck. There was a play at ... Home tliuulis Hlri'k- faril.tr in advance Ij I'miiiirnlloii do not roino last. The same morning. be iifriill possession of the t..,, , r trtcntv in which im .nu of be nu "lV,ln(t9n I.tmittil ' irin, a few evenings the Opora-honsh.is eausi'fiir c i.n it. Legislative departiiit-nlsince which this Geimau attend only about 10 minutes apart, Hon nnd Ihotu'iuih luoc-- with Jluavliui) li'u whlcb le?e Nu.lirllle ai 7 3(1 a in 'laitj, no w.rro'.i fi i n of the Government unit the fnturo ed. After the pluy otnlr.il lime, and machil Waibingt n, whs overlie ry A., the 2 year old son of S. N. ipiartcr a century. The tiy.wijkiij-,iof thu parly depends upon the met the Senator, whom he thus and I.alla Bryan, breathed its last. nun crioii aru fuw rumpnrts i!h olltlio Oii'i ueit luornlnt Kailtrn time, ami New' g; action nf tho sumo duilug the in- accosted: "Did you go by that Louisville and Memphis, 11 n-occuired Wednesday, (laya of hU lift. ik Mnn n on m nal th't- York, 3 00 p. ru., Kaitrrn llm' the (ait , coming administration. Never show, Mr. Shorget" "Yes; I waa n cri'ii- el ll in belxveii ihrte polnti, Il I. ihii o.oior.v, inn no jniwi pcriu-!MTll was there upeiiodin tho history there" said the Senator. "Then excnlng. In tho sail aftllctiniis tr. lint I.oikIii. Nt mij .. pnsujoiily ilirous.'i sUfPnC Cr Line tetwe.u xmi). no pi of tho Democratic parly, when you see that jounjr woman fall in- tho deepest sympathy goes out to th.it nn tnn-IiauIhIIIc anil ili '.i. ami (tie iriTillnj; Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars iu publte are thowlnjr llielr anpreoialion nl l"rl,v T!uTi la .Kolu. ,.i nf !, wise and prudent leaders wore an to that )ouug man's arms and stay nil tlie liereato.l. 'IM ANI1 TO Tn- - !. ' uleepln; newiiiB.ji..r. lram.it II. The fainoiia ' Dixie necessary. t,,., rtt . iii piit h, itn tf n ,,f u pnni niul merer' "Yes, I saw that," modFtorlilt, Iraeluj L'nion llfpui, iouix vi ..in ij ti draw or to IKmiuo, VlilMlurur. est!) replied the blushing Senator. a ru tlailjr, ia now ufn' bill has passed lui'muliuiiwn, whil.-1- . 'dy h "'Mhflllc, 7 IVim- Oi'Ii'iiiih, via Tnu death of IJIuine. Haves nml "Do )ou know what I wish, .Mr. TUB ill popular "S'lianee Kiter in Mould both Houses of Congress, and is mi:.m t'jiiH. Itoutr.'' 0Uth ut Atlanta, ant It nuiLlnz it to bo now before the House for concur- - nn pnul nrwuuont ij f.n "f lifo's u reconl fur prompt nclie lile ml .,,. eaohother.isa forcible reminder nnnf VT.v'i AND OvICS bo,,,, i',..-DiSISAELS F.3DIS of howfewortheproini.ienl poll- - !'"',, ami w.n t inn.ii ,onnii,ii.ii...Ktw,ir-fi.i.re nff in some Se unto amendments. 1'ilrinilc 8Wivtueav.ilh his rura hiiltnul cf.anje fr.iru Nnh.l oi.iiii up i itn it tlclans of the Civil War period i V ., liming , , Kit ami will he ex huiilt-i,- , If President Harrison nppioves it .irnl this Bin. In i '. out ah vllle in JseLaneili now Hurt Ire. Practically are i lemleJ ta'i'ampi later In tlietvm The .Vew Vori, I'tiiUiUlpliU, K.llinurt, fai, ,. r laugh ..n uriui, n.l.- - III n wuose ..'..,., ,,roof than this of his unselllsh will soon become a luw. Will the i I'Jf, nml tiin dminil I f . nu i i 4 110 IIOIIII)i t Irilu levbi NjIiI le l t) ..5 p. InUiuo, Norfolk, Olil Point l.'omfoit, tf with uuildnu, nn i oil action as party leaders furred Irleuilship, it has escaped utteu- now luw answer public expecta- mid pluys onu clrclrifiity tlnuli iLj hcaxi ra., carrie Hie fJ'ilcW fliep ' Ihroiul, ftiuh uuaiiJ, liutlulu. L'leTtlanil, 7. liko "with leeplnjc oar. Si. Lnnlii lo.Mlanli, le,lo, Cliicigo, Imlionupjllt, the war nro uil dead, and their im- iiou. tions! 'ill it provenl tlio dealing of Uifaut uml of pit i iareli. In Union ilopiji AlUnta. with Oiuclaimil, I.ouUtllle mediate successors, the men whom The editor of n Bopubllcau in futures? And to tlio extent it teeplntt ear la Jnekeaniilla nn i:nti-rlliroiiKu Hmt .Viirlliuii.liiiii I'oliit rlvil wnr and civil war politics paper gives ' wliloli rum over llm QtiirtU T4mf-vent to his soirow in Iocs prevent dealing in futaroH, AND brought to tho front ufler 18IJ0, tho. following Cenlril, Alliiil l Mcoo, wuil: Backward. will it be beneficial to the genoral kbrg, Iljton Koiige, New nre very nearly all dead also. It turn Hontliern mil KlorIJa, M4e.n1 to I.ike Orlok.il, Mul)llr. l.Mil. Ituck. Hot iui rijer iiirincn . ,njr rarl City, nml ll.e Florl'li Crnlral an I'm. in is true that a largo number of men Hight, h.ickwurd, O time In your Interests of tho wholo country! 'leu- Kprlntre nJ poinl in n iiHinvn gieus n victory just for A great many peoplo httvo tltolr ini h nn"inie ii in .mri ia via aulur lUllroaJ, bake Clly lo JacVann vllle still In politics on the strength lire I'haitsno.ua, lookout v uniiln', ami Timpk. Winter eicumon lioaela tu iictiee, 'i'ei, Ark unmii, Mia- io uigiii; mpo from our features ' of civil war issues, but they aro tho ilnlpp I, I.oiilaiai.n, and K.nncse Flori'la are now on .tie (la Cliallniuio ''""!", Allnnu torient of tears, take up the minds mado up that dealing in Moiuililn,A,'?f,e men who had hardly been heard Oily ... . innn up slack in tlio ropo of tho years; flit nriu u., ....... ,,u .,.,.v.. ..,. In- nuiiniii rnanye, .... Maenn an Uke eon- - ami Atlenlo ni h) r.ten. (lor, J to return TIIK Mltlll A0 nolll'USVCM'. 1. ........... ,.j of, if heard of ut all, twenty years hefjre Miy Ul, following on turn hack the clock till It reaches law, but it is a question whether whin In Union ilepni, Nmi.m ,, f,,ry Hi'e. or All pcriiim liolilln Itironhdale of llulc ago. anil Iu rue line tluro uj.l.lv '83, blot out the present unmerci... f I.!.! .1.. .' A.I.I. " , moriit nf. of Irittni leaiif tu IjihIi, ..tm I. ,m ..1. " "" '",1" prue lilea an rii.elne eiuniiiiaii, ',' ;;" " ...... er,tlll Brraiiie...eiit unulimu n, throuch ful fate; givo us some hopo for tho general public will bo bencflt-- Eaiii..rinciiiniti, ui,ne ITeatls, to JaokiouTllle without ex- In Electric Bitters. TliO City, Martin ami Meuiplr. night lr COll. tod by Blicll interference .... A Fl'A Tint K l.th.llnn. ...it nn. Tills remedy In becoming m well known this nation's concern change the thrniinh .liieiiiiiir returns, mister, change tho owners of large llouring iuills.lt "Qulelc'lep" lh, ...ornlne.v, rr laavee ,, Tfiiience fleurtjj uy " Win ' nl KxpreM anil i Kimlar u ta no rjiesla! men,,! Nrrvlcve f llir r.itiroi'il !liurrli. Only h h.rIu'k itJn l)twce Tralud. Iliukwnrd, Ilow backward, is pOSsilllo, WOltlll piefoi' to have p in, ennneei at AHhiiIj tion. All who have Ili'U-tlrfpinx ....l..llla nflrl t - . ...1 ll... .a - .. A einj; Hie nun1 Hiin nf pritlar nirer O sti oiiin of the nge, seasoned to- no cninpotltors in tho murkot prico u.l3r.l Sun.l.y at .m"'"."', ",'2l ,'" "a, M"; Hirflcn ,UB lW(1 ehi,. iloi-Ne,cu not exl'l snd It ia siinrun enn, night with Bopublicau rage; blot miral 0;30i m and 7i'A(l p IreJ lo iln- nil that ll clalnitnl. ilkn'ric from our visions stuffed prophets oi wueai. itjirii u. riiij line rutaiUr- - rtiiilil at 7 o'clock aervii'i manil Eerj Krhlay e Tr sfTure.l rale", lime labea, niul nil iiui wo sunn aeo mo rinini-iiaUclure. For Jlllte'n will cure all Jiwmt of the I.lver pi,..,,,,.,,. it pioves bcuollclul ll''t ni lirni 00. 8 Fmmuim, Itcctor. deiircJ locnt ilon sp pT 10 anil Khlneyi. will remove l'inii!i, Ilnlld, nnd crow, choke off Douiocrnry's result, ami if Inform ,r I'ri ir tln nii'I lilntnrlo .Sledpiut bluster and blow; joik from do 110 0110 can Object. rttlTZ HBM.NKII. An't, i inn cnu-- i hy Hall Klienm ami oilier Uee an.l (leorxia. er t'bildiiiu riiurrli. i in pure lilnoil N. f) k Bi b. H. It., IlicLiuan, K j Will drive Malaiiu fruiii Npulr a few fragment!) of hone, ho engird tli rou Ii In nl'in-- f llicnr- Rtrice eiory l.nril'e ilay Preaching Or W. 1. MUHUKLI., AKnt, lie v.tem Hmt prevent nu writ a. cure nil keep n good oye as wo roll down WlIIf.K Hoptlblicail and I'optl- alnn llotieli are nnwou aale U tli. mutp ml anil 4lli l.orl' iluya In X N. A Malarial tvr.-F- or Oenrgta ,f Kor. flire nf Ifeailael.e. per-sl,,e '.,,0Ver uiillll HOW- -its list liro olinwillg CllOll Other's ilnnv-- '' 'U ll principal SnilhFurliier iiifirnimioii eery filler J, II. Itoulliao, panior. end. Or J Ti rilKfiAN,M. V. Co., Kleea, Tenn raoolh, ' A8cnt, roatip4llnn nml lu.lijjeition try Klritrle ,,,,, wlnler re3rl. i.1,1M,l. a )vin,triil ilunnnil tlio 1, Morrln, Haliool every riiiDJay, J, lre N. N. ft M. V. Co. Paiieib Juncllou. aaiM 101I011 Riiarmtet-.lon ,I)plll.Hl,on ta rou)()n Titit or Sup'l, All are mnney refuuilellVke 50 cU. ami fl.00 Olllfl soup, llliflter, blillg U8 some tompu and Ciiriied Oil tho Sella- or l. Danley, General I',MiiBer llieaf itriicei. corillally iurlltil Iu attenil Or ff. II. I'ltOUTV. Ocii'l P8. A'gl, n tJftil Itrtlin iu KutiBiiu. Loulultlc, Ky Prnj; Sur- - tin.... er buttle at C. A. I,.. I. slid Ticket Ascot, NjiliTille, Teas, . .IoiinSiikiuianIs the nnl.v gnat of mi unspeiiknWo and innn lolt in tlio Republican uitty. name culled 'l.llly" for Bhort by Americans, has been deTHE cliolcrn Ih spiendiiig still in Gorniuuy, niul there Is hardly throned, nnda i'roMfiiotml Gov. more than one chance in t eit Unit eminent set up, whuli latter Govit will be kept out of the United ernment has sent tiiiinisloners States. Hotter lire!" putting by n to this country risKiug for annex-ntioWorld's Fair fund with n proviso What this ro'iutry wants that it can bo converted into itn with the mongrel people of Ilavwiil fund if necessary. Islands, no one outside of a few Tiik Democrats in the IIHiioIh rich sugir speculators can tell. Legislature have iilrenily begun The he n source their waron the compulsory school of acquisition wouldexpense. great trouble nml law. A hill for its repeal has heen It is clear that the so called rov- favorably reported. As thnt is one nf the IssttrH on which the nlutlou that dethroied the Queen Democrat curried the election wus no revolution of the imti es, the law will soon bo wiped from but a cleverly wik-- d up job ol the atatuto books. greut sugar sppoulhtnrs, aided tv TllK mortality among great men U. S. snllors. Jluvran is n great is prodigious. In the past five sugar growing-oouutry- , and the years no less tln;n t out ot the United States ilow puys 2 cents jdue Justices of the Supreme under the Beiioli of, the United States have bounty pn mg.-frtr!s?cr.'n,nj 'ter"!:! I" ""Uccu c.i!!c:l to a higher court. .'.!: r.tsrs tie men die perhaps us easll.v, bub tli milk In the cocnanut. Of their going off does not iniike us course, llniicluln is now magniloud a report. fied into nu absolutely important John Martin a Democrat, Ims ami indispensable coaling station been elected (Jolted States Knot for tho United States, and hence tor from Kansas by the Populists mid Democrat. The Kepuhhcnns the United States must cnutrol refused to vole. They will make those islands ami the '.lovernment Tho saino argument n kick stid probably elert u Sunn thereof. tor of their own, but Martin is would justify tli United States likely In get tho place in spite of in conquering any other weak naany efforts that icuy be ma do to tion. The Queen In surrendering keep him out. her authoiit,. issnes a proclamaThr criticism passed upon .Taj tion to the world that she surGould on account of the disposi- renders only to the grenter power tion he made of his millions, m'Ciii to have quickened the consciences of the United Slates Government, of others possessed of immense and against the kuoiru will and wealth. Several have made lib- desire of her people. Our Goveral hei.uosts of late, the latest an ernment can not afford to become Illinois millionaire who loft nil but oppressor of the weak, or to $10,000 of his fortune consisting the use its great power in conquering of $3,000,000, to bsnovoleut and unwilling people. charitable institutions. Htiti-eliolur- u r I ' i 'Pl.o u.muiiiiiiiiiuii Ulr OKIi Tpill aiiu As lliere are now about a milCGJUUi lines io iuihih or Muv Miuljid lion peisoiiH on the pension rolls, county, Mo., shows couclusivfcly Ky of tho majority of the IIouo Oom-inltt- that the lakes mid sunken In tin' Tho books for the sltth norioa1 . on l'eusioiij proposes to of that section wore r.l, 'iJ. Hi ciii of lluilii't not canted of tho Hickman Uniting and Loan it prevent furliier lucrejse by enact ny mo curtliquuko of 1811, as Ms- - Association Hro now open. HKSOirtU'KS. ing that hereafter tho widows of turv states. In every tn,:tl Instntivo ' 'Ihe safe, prudent, economical Loan nl Jlecouui, etorans shall not bo pensionable O.UtM HO io coiners and lands liomicllii f and pioaperous maiiagoinent ....!..., ii... .........!.. .... .....I. .,i i. KU . il.lHlll UO rrnlu,i I.3U.W-lands supposod to have been thn Institution is now will known t:Hnr ml nin p.il.l, fore, during or in a reasonable 01 U 1.02 by the earthquako, ninllR.il and established. "".", on hi,f' time alter tho war. It Isalso pio-- ' 6.7H posed to piohibit the pigment of tlio laud been suddenly sunk sojiie ISM l. It has aided many in socurlng Caib Item, pensions - 10 !pviHuiiK unnnre in.of the otigiuul Spanish elaiiua good Itiiiiits, on long time and L .... ..r mure .1 111 misxoi 1111111 ri'ixin 111 1111 ,,,.,i. .,,,, ,i,.i,. liavc disupnenred. a si paj incuts. There are bun-- ' LlAMLITlKd 1... iiinn .. ....... JO 000 00 pii tcU jmIiI up, other changes in tlio existing law l,,,B lJJ,i? tmo or the Missouri dieds in this community to testify r l1 i a,iK'0.uo . a It niiti ili ti m Inr I'miIItIiIi-ol.n..! inn iiiiiiiha ' ... .....w..VII ."?'"' I lifdiin. a tv Ml !i iiin In vtivn llui ff.t ml u -. Ulk PH. IE. 11 Hfl P Y lllmlna t tij nl.1 II U t " I Iila runt. ' nu s.a to ."t"io lent pauperism on which the ex icepled idea that Keelfoot I.nUo uti"zo rents in pacing for jour Doi'j.li., 87 102 5 istinglawsec.nsloputupie...iu.... -- me. wnB caused by tho earthquako ol Toial. l.tH.WO.OI To man) this will seem like lock 1811, ,. is " H,,fl' ,lnlt for invei stV. 0.JIHIS80N, CiOilrr. iug the stable door after the horse , ors-p.Interest on jour tic- - Ma'ncrlhf I tiiJ oru lo Ivfgrc me this Accoiding to has disappeared. iim-i:i- . iuiitii. Dto. ;il.i. If.iJ. the lViislou Commissioner, we posits from start to liuisli. A. V. UN03Y, Nomry fublle. I7'J.OUO,000 in - In talking about hard times, nn will hae to , pa) Men nhn want toboirow nrn . . . ! I ", pensions inr me uei nscai )ear, oiu larmcr who lives in .lackaon specially desired to 111) up t lit h r. Kilrklra'a imlrn and the l'retoiian iutlueiiee is so county, Ga., bit off a chew cf .V( lo Ihe wurM (or 'ui. Tut llMr tobacco and said: "I: series. strong in politics that man) pen-- ' home-madMore Mc-m- . .s,.n Hi.rnm K.vcr For further partieuiiirs, call on yirin pie despair of reform. Hut while, is not . Ihe low price of cot tun, Miiiili, .lilp'lmi , lhipf-... . .. I.,.,-.I c .... cum I, r.. .. or .!.! n iur o I i viui in iii.i t n.i.v um-tiKO. A'tltKN, bec'y.' ,f,n dm UM Skin Kruf.lon, un.l x.i- ncrin iuiii.'i;r.o tu nuuic - cents, I v UiaBBmJu.r I who are not students ot the mothand thouehl iMfl ciirr Cilfi or n py rrijiiircl. It t n ii irjn I ,! lut-lfi- AtltAfairlion. oila ihii) tin extent of Pietoriau well, but t carried rrff t'it ernl tt si, i.iitiin ur;ei ni.n' ciiku. PJ .. r ...I. a. i. ..tiihiiib nmi me unit rcfnni.O'l or luani-I'rir iraiuiK, inure are tnomi among ine niiuir,v lioiioralilo veterans who believe it leave all or It In town, for I Uiail," ": ' . i I tuipilnil mi n f.i pm . t will lin itncnllita t.i miflfi In .. nipv u nn I si., j r. i great extent nil that has been don't see any plow stouV, ax l h.m,.,.,,.! Timn smut-- . ' Si Iiui. HPub. . wrongfully and corruptly done, handles, hoe handles etc., made1 Th "',Ono of the purposes for which!i at home. You all go to town mull ""I l'": v v, A St. " II. It. I ' r:iilinr U tho Society of Lo)al N olunteers get them, and you don't re any ol llr , tolurrarly nci IVM. elnh ,nhMnYttf n1.. .. . . I T.. .." '"?, P . f i .. . . r.-- .wmk iirguuiT-.eim whs io resist uie oig pens iuii 01 laueninr nogs i i o llr. io ,., rr n. .m. Ii. i.:,Z Prctorian iiirlueuco, and the ores- - around the house. You 0 tolltrrutilic ion rrri -- lirrf. n.l ii a Hh Itiit rii.l iuiIm elow L A N oJ l MsKfBtlf fimr nnrib, iilaut of the eocietv expresses tlio town after )our meat and tiour"'"' luil,'"r rai"r riii.ii.liflm Amfnoi M N IVIiK.b " Hb iLr l"r ttellet mat "it would bo perfectly ami com. It )ou will go luck tii lltrlllUI " ilC4iilMbtl (mui any "wrkljr on enl" N norlh& 411 I V .Vinkcin Jimc- fcoinfeasible to develop the work of thoso old tunes nml make whnt pnrr, wrllr IU l.ilvrirj, Aricunuril, m0 laiion on; wuiib ii the society no as to lead to a re- - you live on ut home, there idl be VViiiufu'n nml ull.fr ilrpaiimrm are tin " It flil. lie vision or pension legislation and no use Tor a third mrty, nar any uriK-v- l tni of enfjr! administration that would result one plradiug fur &0 per capita, meuiUruI i.r Uu,i,f. mil U.-.- bt Jt ou an art tlirt in reducing, tho annual expense1 You go to town too ofttti for in cirr liontahola new pul'"critrr for It. Iir for pen ions to 50,000 000 or less,1 things that can be raised atlinme. tusrl Tit Ii, at omr, auJ m ho and this not in opposition io but Try it mid see if I am not riglit." l en ht ifoni- - It tcii Uh a - .on the petition of the majority of mil cuiirs "liir'ar Ittui. I'm '! IhU i,itrliu-o- t llt.MIT W rr.Hiisi, -- Mn.r. mil .n. I j.i ruiir vorm mixtt tho now living, who yjhero St. t.nul. llonoy Statement of the Eft Groves. It.iafc,'ilw im-c- saw a IK .'B.i.l Hickman, haw, '"- - Staple HARDWARE, ani Fancy QUEENSWARE, SADDLERY, Gtaacories. HARNESS, ETC, u'mu. ., nl 1 CLINTON STllKliT, 1I10KMAX, KY. ' 1 ' iiii-mnt- - 1 iii ' I ta- - Mlghent Market l'rice will bo Paid for Ileef Cuttle. -- t&a I FUKNITUjaE. - F0HNIXXJES. Mius 1 (t DKAMCItS i IS i .r i...i. fr 1 ' .. utlutt rT""r"""""" """ ;' Ti. wl "' KinuiQreaBauDoiMta'siiOQOs, XSXCOSXrSjH-IJittrry T, l-' - wt n i i n i '"''' "J i.. - riTwlii U are1t ft Iinla. Hf '.Uarj iv1 Klni. rorliiif viir fil r"l'. l .. I.M VVxallBlaO.IU, llnt.ol ChOirA. HoCkor. 1 llllluj. Owilni;, do M.ittrouuou WnrJroUeoi Ohtmbor h iw Uii. (lit u irui i. - on .nl rri -- ., jutu hi tSUa l ilicon tUl tVWa n batiiMiirtou UntlnrtnH jrV QlSiit n. fit Mlr7 a Urc lie of Yn l a It.Ul.li liul it Cull f 3t, i- ,! n"i it " i-- "" "' i !J rtl ,..,-.- . KERTWEGK, BAITZEB or tiik ckleuuatuu & G8M auMirjiirruuRiM 'f S'WIIIEIUGIJIIMI,." ' - cmy rri:R nnlr AilJrrai the lirrubiic, Si lnjn, k n. 1 , II- I V 1 u''i $1.00 a Year. J I - '. - Theii-mtle- s .,, ITIClvEAN-- KRNTUCKY. fix-o- il ', fw-nln- 1 - 1' 11 111 !.-- .l,l. l'l" ,j - I 1 , , glOKMAlT AH CQUHtER-JOURNA- L 111 HICKMAN, KENTUCKY. - com-help- I -- J l"l' ii.e... Ch-tr- 4 11 I. B, ElliSOU,: Paid I IViirt-ficSllif- f. l Capit.il $40,000.00. Ur.'A F , - I I 1 U' I rflal-i'Iu- Glolie-Democr- v "..WPfTnr He-f- r 1 - w I INSURANCE! xir ," i't.n'?uv - . - 1 . 1.1:1 1 wjii-i- twi-iit- ? Cl-.t- - GO,- - ii-- iU 1 il.i-a'- - '"- - 1 1 11 -- -- t 1 - To-tU.4- I tli-- - DRTTaQfST in rt-x- rs j-- i d.im-age- s 'n.-h- 'i Min-.I- - - 11 - - ,ur-i.-- d wt J , A. I - i lm-- , ' . "'" && -- ?'" .n.p.u OLIVER, rsmtto. in unaenaKer,1" "uu"s ,j,;Jr&Ti55Sssar.ffi.iSn A. mm -,- IssJl- - riial-ud- 11J 111 - .1 fi-- rri, i 1 HIESCRIITIONS m- - 1 1. 1. RELIABLE!" -- I I r- - lJ a--.l II Iteri-nvouient- o vi-- t fn n s Kxec-utivoan- e ..!.i iilti-ut.-h- - KC. I m s t t The-burial- s lt Li-ii- t i 1 1 I -- liii'i-n- i i anti-optio- n lJlKl7J!k ClT:' I i or 1 eei,tli-li.lie- - nii Kplen-II- vmim Jy Qfflco r , atri-pr- r Is thoroughly equipped, nnd prepared to execute Job Work neatness ! 11 - nic-rr- X tii'-n- l I -;- , l''l-- . a i, I MP''. N and despatch. .,,.,, i ,t Bill Jloads, ! niot-!-- 1 11 - - . . lnim-lut- Letter Ileads, Note - i .1 11 " I . . 1 ralllc-ltog- T ' m-e- l ,,, ( ( nm-i-l r e "' frJj i I, t lnlll-rt-lr- ,. . ""Til ',,,.. I Statements, ie' 111 I .1 Envelopes, '4.t 4 ulli-c- Ball Tickets, tc I lilttera-Kni- , t,. .. - .,,...,. - I I I I I ,, -- Hun-.la- y Business Cards. -- We Guarantee Satisfaction. I " . I - - - - - Is- w-ift- r vr. m jiit.. nm .. si vi svi . J i 1 i iia., : iUiJi' . aassssg---gssrH:.- 4 '. JF ' -- " -- " "Sei n rTMi : r: " .l ..-- .. al fc,. , .ll,,,i,,M. L3 Sil -J NJ U.aHHUll , Ml Wll .WIsTt M2 Y tV tHHSl ll I KJ 'M$2 BIB la Ha a IHSLBa "We're- left - 13 KyQ 31 O vlH with too many M wfViA BESE gol- on W ?fl IV!' iij I a - 18 lbs. Itice l'or SI .00 - Arbuoklo CoiTcc, Headlight Oil, 25c 10c Winter Season h drawing to a close. lolMof'eni. ha,,,. OVKHCOATSrcc iomV. SUJTS Stcohs of 'em. PANTS Great pile. "Uu want 'mi ll, inliinlf. of (lie loot t'ChIt nel lui.weru riitil, nppruvfil nnil nigneil account Aiuiwrn. Got The foHowlnr it'onunl km prfpmlfil propri npimri-il- , wlileh, on tnciiinii,'w &lln(l, anil vlitvk orJtreJ lntieJ for the nniuii ill : J. It. MllUl, Hickman, Kt., J.m. 3", 1833. ('ntinelt ml in r.e tihir fmlin. I'rwnt Myr nilloa. Counolimen Wrn, Utcr, Willing IlryKiit nn J Helm. J. "T"r I ' '"' w.. s TKUfiHU, . , i r yi?we( A full line MmM W$wi Books, atitccd ns Rpprrspntcd. ,ipa eiK!3 iKKyn tvs Alio, Succciior to J. If Kfinger, In Stationery, &c. of OPTICAL GOODS. Wo want the money waul the room. W, Tlie B OaBlsI'x G-rooer- . ITS LOCAL NiOWS. Urn liny, nml Out, tir For ALl'HKli MoDaNIM'''go to i lioc,nil2 nifii'erlefn m't mlil tor clenln l tir. $1.00 Repair'g Fine. Watches a Specialty Woik Giinrantpcil, nml Goods Guar KtlngoiV Old Utaml. Clinton Street. A LA W WITH US Wc bold lotn of these Am' projil in the. lom;J Not to parry over one stock. out thiii month, Price no object now m mouth ilcn' uur going t cw utipoaitiun: than all THKAIIIIIKX'S ItH'IIHT The City Ttennnrf r preietiiuil lil report btl for llc inrtiiih o( JanMnrjr. nliowln in ert'lll of Oeiifrnl urirf In lti-Hi- TAKE PICK AND CHOICE of any SUIT or OVEIU OAT on our Counter lor I'liti'l nre.'iiiit Jl,l'ii:i:i The repjrl wm fiUJ. PPKCIAL 0C"W3I3 WM. BAMSr- - anil orJrcJ .K a. OCJESJI'muJD s ;JNO. On moiion, lli nrtice of ppoclnl pollee nonnl, nml Iho Ooini. rain wnt ilccl.ircl Cil xppol'itcl Dick Uieh.rJ.nn ami W. II ul Ihc Ooiincll. HOIK KOR I'lkR lirPASTMKNT. WHTIMOt. Wtckrr ppi'flil policetnui, nt tbe plraaurv Witting SITCESSOI.S TO i & JOUX Samtt. WITTIXO,) ire t MP0 You the chenpeat Tinware In Illuknmit. rsiioici: to tlio Koriuei Price 5l nml wenthpr prophets there will snows this winter. be twenty-livLadles' Ilnmlkcrclileff from : 3o to lUu nt tlio lUoktil Htoio. gooec-bone e The telegraph olllco is to bo niovpil friini tli Hllugor bookstoro to tliu Express olllce. OiT flo to tlio Itncket wore for III tiiis lot aie Sack, Frock ami Cutaway Suits that hohl lor $27.5i, , XjOtQ Fuit si 11.00. oU, i ?2.r0 ami lf 00, Cheaper hoi.s at $2 tK), 1 i 12 SO. SO mid .'1 iJS; Wort ?ll uij, 10 worth $') 00 uml (j ijij. fllOIf'K KOIt 0t, me .Mynr oppimir.i v;onncinirn imcr, lirxti uii iiciru iiii i nnintiiii 0 00 and 8 50 A.-- OIlDIMANI.r hxrmlUNd HE LIMIT. The foHowlnr onllnance wm prtxnlcl SG.S0. -' On motion, the Mayor Udir'Cle.l lonn point a coninitliro of lliree lo ir.J reiKirl lo lli I'nnnrll t lie rroti-illmnnnt nl kin I ol hn-- e tbn( will be re. nnlfeil ferine of fire ilpnrlniflSl when wier norks nro cumpUieil; tcriln JiUt'sa l.i;jsrisi JBam. wlitiiin, Staple and Fancy Groceries, Sl ; r E 'rice of Pants Cut :33!r Per a Off! SJOfl; 2s U iinlitw in hulM ?S3 J&JL "UVCtEtZTm 'ii temporary iinilltoiliim for Sum Jo n en to liolil u meeting in, with ley nn the "Out Ii, comprilne lots Xo t)j! b C3. 23. capacity for 5,000 or 0,1)00 people. to 'yX ine'uive, nnlcm Intilt of hrick or lone, ad. I cottre.l will, slate or racll CiJ-- Look nt Huck Hun' rl'J.OO a Wiitdi nml (Jliiiin, j?olil, l.nillen Here goes our 7'V, UOc and 1.00 Tl us inciiidcs Siarfs we sold for In tlili lot arc Tips mid Soarf--i roof). Kiiil k loin In C3niirie part of what I lie lire llinlin. la knonn 1.-7 uml Genld' mIxpb. 8tiJ unlitiince lo Uke efl'ecl from nml worth :5c, i0o and 50o. Tics and Scarfs. 60c, COi- and 75c. after it. ptiMze, tbe iulcreet oflbeclly Tlio Marshall county jail In ilem inlln ii. without mi occupHiit, nml tho lieu-to-f ri.il-a nriliiimiCJ The.u Goods niiiat lie moved. wu paueJ ill fir.t The room is worth more than the jiiofit. ""king satisfaction In tlmt In thren Trlliiino niy TIT &T'n remlln'. 1X111 tho wear nf your Shoes, yrairi lonuer tlmt county ill not On inntion, (Le rulea were tifpen'ltd, II. you want to consider Hinl ji I oriliiiance wi p,ii"jI in xconil otp ii prut. O.iitinro ,,TO QUA LIT V, FIT. PKIOK. :sa?. , 023. J3L; ISTO O t",l:r;:;rc:v;,jvniM Our Mollo "Qulek I if the Cruneit 0 tkt Oily 0 Ihtkimtn, hiii Ui.1t no Jjioiir or flieu null lie eteciru on nj or tlie lots in Ulil t!!ckit.tn tj!;M ; Ttss::::: j ;j iy C'Xiuetlmnn lit it or.hinril tiler: nl SiuOl ViofiH. Clinton Si, Willing' oHtanU. A Ail) iHllliWiAft'iV I'lll'Hnitl c BANK, 5e. n OOCIIA.tA.V, Jc aam. jb., MtC y CAPITAL STOCK $50,000. DIUBOTOBS. J. J. MM. :1. C. H. i H llONDUItA.NT. IS L AI.FXAM'Ei:. J A. TllOlir.OS, CASE, Jtulgc C. 1 HANDLE, J N. UEAULK8, Jr. I istf?"j r rets'ltllrwVro'uetmX K ,,r" lliey run, jump, iiraKtmir iHiy hlng to wear out their Shoos. A shoddy shoo goes vory quickly. fotluiin The Rppcial ilellverv 8tatnin Tho property knouii a the It Is nali! that yellow fever linn III it orilamcl l tht Council ef tUc Citi nf n To give, satisfaction, muif iliiiiiinK i if Imi.IiIoii nre nlrp.iilv now in n,. ll bo plinugpil In col a firm footing in Klo .Iniiciro, and riemiiiir iioiei. imimoii. ...to ..lie Hickman, Jy: IIkI anjr pericn wilfully .." i o i i. . i... ......... ........ ,i .. , ictur writ. To wear WPlI i,rii!trliifi, In rliitlm t llPlnSel Vl'H ill ot fiom blue to a dark umiikh no iholera is m t 111 prpneut in !Iaiu i i'iui'ii. iiiiliii ii.ii,, ii :ir I'll jiii ii - ii.notliK ul, .lirrukiiiic or lAmrifiin ; , , ,' nlth l"mr an not to hr inintnkiMi for Ooltitn-- ' hurt'. Wltcti foreigners begin to ii ciui-hi. in., at I'liiiou, oy .it us r.ny they must lie tniiile well niiek cloth " lijtlit in the i'I'j of Illckcutn, nml nnhen. pput. ntHiiiis. Tim ehaiijro in pour in next fiitmiipr, it In going toi UoiiitnisMoiH'r Tailor. liian NnM hi (ineil n.il mill of good iiintprial. It rtt thin iGO nor more to ItAtrzi'.u &. a fcarlOYS-l- o than 510") for oich lo be reco'e'eil ill nave to lie n rihky btifiiiPriR to mingle advised one uml In equally an Itti;ioi txut Workmen nro now engaged in tlie eiiy ennrt, ami fur wl'fu'ly .1-'.M(K.irl A Wil tiuicli t "A. trouble. with thriu at tho World' Pair. that they jit well, uml Siuw's forCollars and Cuft's. erecting the stand nine for the lug or liiitrrjiigliis of ny fi'-- plug, not on) Linen t lie ii fif 'Wee fi ryif. Iky Lit ill im jf akii ff irntir vrttir. elegant lino of Ladies Hickman water works. The elec Wm t tiiri j'CJ nor more than $100, recor , iliv Ihc Auditor him nlreadj paiil B,.rH court. ,y n 0,i ,uni ..rCowfftll'n and (lentn' Merino Undenvcar at trie, light Rtieet lamp aro beinir rrible in i Ma onliniuce likr cfirct frctn OUR SHOES TIiaI v..""uw, ..,,. v..,..,,,,-.- ..,.,....,... nrn3 .lu.,i,.. Cull ami It looks like the coin- - ml ufler iu piiet-lo milt the timer, ut the placed, get a light-o- run- iiippI nil thpfcp require-lupiitn- . Hlvtl for the proper representation i,UK ptre plotion of li'ii h plantM will be not On motion pA..s.onlin-inci I wat pa.'eil Kentucky nt III Worltl'a Fair i.in -- N,.w Uoim," the bebt inn- - i'.acket Store. I'lipy arc niiide maur dan hence. It. first rAiIiu- Tlie continued cold weather (Joininibnioiipr. clime in the ui.ukct. vjrre ijhci'tilly in order for it n to the Oi niolion, i surirmitlv iniiirnil wiioiit. ............ ...... ST Helurp innuriii'T, ,vntir life., ami itiil oriluuiiclie rules pn4eil in nrconl . ... . . nn ilmiiit .. 'ie - !M'l forget that "Arbi'ra n. of the bont inntpilnln uml ttiMiui- - hlar, n palatini - m,,! ratuiPis fi.,v the outlook at sec iv. It, l.u.iso.v and get In rruilinc, ami Iftrur put upon lit liiml In tlio bent ponntlilp niuu-iipr- . tot" in the bent Flour in Hickman. C'lneiiinaliniid Neiv Oilcan dlcani iiDitiiuiou.tr cirrieil pieseut in nu thing but encour-- rates on the now Distribution In At, thev are per-fret- , ALI'IIKI) M'J)ANIK1.. er. wan wrecked by mo up at aging though good weather fiom PoIIuIch now ofl'.-reUj the "Old AX UUXSaMI CUKITINO SI't'T. OV WATEK ' coiiifortalihi it u d MlKk", LTC, Tho Murray Ledger tlilnkn the Point I'leanoiit. Mo. SIlU had I lliiu inn mr rmmn u innrkoil M utiiul." In e vent of dentil, lie- oimy Ii In a pleasure to Calloway county Tli Comniiiife Appointed by the Miyor on board. It in be- - improvement, and result in a cood foro the expiration of twent Jail will have to ,l,,sp wear thciu. ! years, all preimnins reliirncd to to ilrnlt n iT'llnatir" cieaUu the nlhce of biic win Uv nliuoat a tul.il bo enlarged to accomimidiite the for IS'JX An to prices well of W:ier I.'rM", gether with the face value of the Suf I (Jtfinini; Ihp oik ami EUcirJepicsrnl crimiualN, who are coming in tiveij OM iliille of sjme, aoi Keliablu Moscow gontlemen policy. The Bost Proof aro the Items week by Utor nml three. A nice line of 5:0 92 nt anj I'.il 'ft. I to iho Council nch n Ilnso report as coming from reliable j from I "'Je at KacUet Store. Clinton ccntleinon that the liii-- i l,iS. on innlinn im.riril i.l M ' Tim Niminim- - American bujb: nr.linilip". i rnciiB. tic. I lit. i. fir.i reaJinu j.'lc perbotllu. Writing Paper L'c The Ilicktnati Creatnery now nolo Cential will coiumeuce to P.O. Ward of Hickiuin 4xy., arU.iNIH r.im OyEi. 1 idles duo Dnngnlu Hut per quire at the. Itacket, piiiimnen, amd in reasonably per build the railroad extension from rived in tlie city ii'Sterday. He is I Mror HiMiin rrportel dnt, In ohedi ton Shoe, "D" and "Iv" .,- tain, lo lie a In Miming riicccfb. Ten (.'liiitou ia Moscow- nml Hiekiuaii said to be the man who killn most enr lo Ihe orler of the Council, rnaJe at -- All nl.lil.H. ..., ,, rom.m.n.P.,He,,..lice and tho leadtng Dailies. eel:; contracted to eneh to Memphis about tlie firm of of tho duck at lieelfoot Lake the ettlril nitrtincon Slt'i inn.. W lml ' ,. .....J Mngusincn can be fiirnieli not Ipmh than 30 gallons of March, provided tho Kentucky wmnli luleilnr marksmen cornel mnicJ o.er lo Mr J. It 1 rut-.- . ll-- , live xllk'lll illlU V I nidi l.inir. lo Hook.lors of . . H.Slr.iiu-liuii- . K.in.il lnbeai.tv. tit ami milk dally for two tears. This Lecislnture pimute the new cor mis ik nun claim mat lliev iiacLfed.' ''i11' ' ' tie nem mi nition ui rimwfi ch, Nm !1.'.'2,W 21 nnJ 2.. on w.lrr ml Liltr.,1 ;!lin ,Im,.L-wpar to any 'Z.w stioei If .ou wiint to HiiliHcrttiu for uny set'iues at Ipnst 1.000 pounds of miration law liv that (lute. Tl ,IHJ aV.iril nnt-tleelrie lltftit ennlrct, Wlm hu rcvl l'l In town. Compare thuiii. publiculioii, give him u cull. milk dally. The parlies have lous- Courier vouches for tho relijibMitoit WiiHiSiTJHi' firing djl 8"Ot8. 4HttM forialne. .1J r,celi.t belnj fiW oilli I Le AVjiJiuvt? ny fe.tr of the Duck lt.Hthiiicp; ed tho creamery for!! years ""tl ol me geiinmneii uiuKiug'tuc iv J, Ci,r C'rk r , 4 ' icstilt. eouoall nJJourne.l. On tliey will .ell vou the TWiAViite l- the stock in same should soon bo port, but further tho deponent m JTi ' Altc.l, MM: i accounts for 1S!2 are now raveth not. ies mid Chains for less than they gill edge. L MoOctciiis, City Clerk. W. , due Please come forward uml can be bought lit the or settle ami save cost. 1:1' 7 in their line. Ladies fine linugula Shoe ate the K. It. HltKVAKI). i3Jt Bi'iif' for the In the case of the Com. vs. prlc, and uiil compare Louis Jones, on the ch.irgo of Mr. G. (). Uoacti, an old and fuvnriitily with tliONO sold or liouso burning, the jury well known citien, died at his plnp where at $3.00 and failed to agree, ami tl.e cjsu uua home in this county, on Friday $.150. We liavu I hum in to tho next term of the court. The greatest HAUGAINS over lust. He had been i,i b.nl health uuy last uml width. for n .tear or more, ami tel his known on my Heuiiiant Counter: ta $1.05 ti k n gooi! pair of 1 lot of Men's Coats, uootl tiual- Hod IthuikntH at (lie Haekel Stoic. death was unexpti,,otl b hisae- OUR LINE tty, cost ?3 to J12, now sold ut $2J qnauit inci'. Tbe decc.iKod was a Work will be began nt once of L idles, Missos a u d goni! etiiren, n man of strong ami to ?5.00. Men's Pants, $1 to $2; cost $2 Children's line Shoes in on the Kentucky World's Fair poxitiio convietinnn. abravesnl-- i now complete, compris- building, and ii forfeit of $50 a (Itei.uiU adetoteil friend to Uioipj to $3 50. ing everything now and day after April 22ml will be paid he iiked. He was a mouther nfj Men'e and Hoys' Hats, cost 75c stylish in footwear. if It is not completed b that date. the t'hurcli. of the Odd Fellows,' to $'.',- on ltciuiiaut Cuuutar at 25c to $1.50. Children' Milieu, "5n 35o, 15c, nml emoyed the good will and Kentucky contributions to tho! 5o, nml upwards. On the same counter you will friei of many of our best World' Fair exhibit m .at lie sentl tlnd Ladies and Children's Shoes Indies' Itut ton Shoes S'.lo worth ?! ... ... . I... t ..!- -. .III.. II 1... people, ami eRpeeially among tlie M from Idc to !.(!(). IMc. ttorlli $1.51'' "' . V Z. . oldet class of citizens. e TIiphii goods aro very choap, 'A. V 1.35. wmtli SI.H0 " I" Illt.lU I'J MIV JUIII ' $l."lrt,' worth $1.75 in" JlnUlns n Utirtil nltli. and must bo sold. if you wear The SHOrSS on you can't he l ISInlt Inwa, N'onpirirl: I luui-h- e 0 Hig reduction on all other Dry Mens ami Hoysi' Shoes, 70u, 75c, of Al,r,K 1. (J, , of V nines, n an Good tiaT When the water works uro and Ciolhiug. 'J.ic, and upward. 'cm much longer wear new ouci tthtlc the old ones nml iiiic lu. r htiinfailiiritii; niailtuiion State l.iok w H, C. AMUKIIG. in operation eer,lnly should Ibr re.iilmn of i in nli' take u bath. Cowcill ,v Cow-i-il- l lipoa niili prl'Ie. t hainti.-- i U.u'. t'ouli Shoo is not as Our Two-Fift- y are being repaired. The Missouri counties, us fur ItiiunU iiu liejome N'alionil in repilia-tn- i & down as tho Atknusas line, are orm J i kniwii in i.enrlj ni-riioii,'e WatoiN, besitleb a exquisite as our Five Dollar, hut it luib five dollar t ol'i ". Hie Itte an I i ti r,,nglinui i'be Ktnl ganizing to build levees for protructs nml Odors, Wei-- i li ni'rite yr heioml.' tection ngaimtt the Hoods of the wear iu it. (! ii. II pil of America Fur ati by Mississippi. Itiver men aro busy prcpar Mr. Itossier, governC. A ll.'ieonihr, I'rujruifi. lug for tho thaw In the Ohio. If ment engineer, was expectetl at gradual, as seems probtlie rise is Tlie livery stuble of Mr. John Point Pleasant. Mo., last wcok, to able, tho Ico can lie broken looso Foul .;s totally destroyed by llro let the contract for tlio levee down and floated oil' without any dam-agSunday night. Tho otigiu of the to Gayosn. It neeins that the being done. Government is giving nid. There file in MippnM'd by most people to is You will find a be tl.c result of accident, it being pi no loven work on the Mississipmore practical, or that would ii II'.'' Linen complete line of Hrst discovered iu the harness Collars and Cuffs at mom. Iu addition to tho building redeem en much land nt so little 1 13 Hai.T7.kk & Siivm's. and toed stufT, iiluo lioincs, one cost, us tho leveo from Hickman 'iBtf vx 'l sprlug-llkotlny- s hack, one surry, and a lot of liar. to Tiptouville. Tho policy of tho The bnlmy, of last week tell us that tho voice of ties .voio tost, llillr.i iiiginej Government Is to givo half tlie and waterworks did j;ood work) cost of a levee where the locnl the umpire will soon ho heart! in In tie protection of udioluiiiL' community given half. Two years thu laud, and tho base ball reportbuild ags, but nothing could h.ue ago tho Hickman uml Tiptoiivillo er will again be one oi the potent saved the Btablu. In the buriiiug Lovoo Company had more than power iu the world. Mr. W. II. Clny. a I'M. Stark, oT the rultonian,, Mr. ititi'us Dudds, Jitincs this Htihse libed in loud, but this Bnr- Dtdln below cost, nt the having received an "uppliitinent" ' citizen of this county, mid saw Headles and .lorry Malone, who was liofore tho existing liberal l'.LM-t.Racket Store, from tho Governor, now admit I mill man, died, at bis homo near had gouo Iu to holn lescue horses Government appropriation. Tlie built.' Tho Case block of btiMuess that tlio Pirst Ulatriot lias n lair uichiiian, irtttay last, ami was and property, wore ill l uil 11(1111 levee to. Tiptoiivillo can be ,, houses, mi Clinton sticct me to divide of State p.itronaso, thus buried Saturday. Tuck Clay, us ..II egress by tlio tlutnos, uud came J,UV,,' '" tllu ",'" futnre, the s woubl and have modem lion and glass flouts. cruelly destroying our ancient he was familiarly known, was " uour losing their litcB. The tune- sVKsW4li ixVKrJthyVwfcJM, muuo uuiai, to iv 'ine protialillUies uro tlmt ,the La- I- nutliln' cry unuI" u uutui ut. llllld had IliailV frieillls. iiuhi'm iuiiu. I, aid of Mr. Cll.ts .. Overbv in nri 7. exercise uie eniiutienco nf luiiiisu RE&'VAwJiZ&WJh ' , V HeleilVCS "(, llll tMICIIIIIC . milinw tlio 'in cliiiilnnrv,. nnsln -- . lnivii.i' aMUsaakfeittMkt.UMSkasnk .,l,l.. ..v.mu ..Ill in i, IH.IIH.W ........ ll.,u., ..,,, ,.l,. uu ......... " IIOIII I II U OUIKIUO .i,,.'" '""'"i' l""' l,l,l"her of telatives enabled AL'L PARENTS to iron and glass ftont. oae-intin. the euterptise wotkod up, nttentl- t,;, to mourn his loss. " contlnuderstand thiubo .. . know how hardlt.s to keep the, h. c" ou fclmw -p- SHOES, - I.o'jvp ynnr Lntimlryiit & nii!c'n Hhou Storn Tupr-1i- i to lio enlUd for Sittuiiliiyn. Lput coinuiPiiCPft thin year on ami thu the loth ilny of DiirRun-lcrn SMITH, ELLISON c& GO. len.lliu. nml liemi; put upon ii finul ws iitiBiilmoiiljr Carrie I. A OI'.IMNA Vl: Tfl PMtBt vim: PtClU axd II. nUCIIANAX, -. pis-e.VtLH-mt- i.ami'.- Tt orJiuance w aUo Preilttrnl; J. J 0 ttONIHIRANT, Cas'tiier; J. X. UKAPLEit, Jr., OFFIOEBS Vfre-PrMe- J: A.IliitCslitor. It. L. A I. O ofli-n'- tn-a!- mf si.ti ...-..- i , f ie -- a ; 1 ,B ' il 81.08 mm .. ... mi-wo- Si-i- , ! ,.'. Iklh Olab GHMu-HOLCOMBS- H DRUGS, MEDICINES, &&! zS&tohl '3 mF r-f-;ic lJk', r.. Our 52.00 'rf " t,l, am-thin- Ucalcr iu PAINB AND DYE-SUff- -- f nr-roi- ReiiatOoite Zi:C2AN, ICY. PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED. 1 ARE i i YOUR O. L. HANDLE ATTORNEY-AT-LA- DR. L. P. BALTZER, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, KENTUCKY. HICKMAN, SOLES Hickman, KE.VrUKY. , ;,'! "",, -. ol,' '"" .!.... OS J p reAumeJ .be pranice of lnw. HAYING lilx prompt ml niuliviJeil attention lu buainet toiru-tt- J lo bit care. OITeri his profelonal nerfieis lo the po pie cf IlicL iiuin ami .Jointly. Kesfjckj Bt'aV OSa, c.,r. af Jacksoa 0 id earth:? NTH.I.Y XOa'il'K. litiiiB , Dr. L. OTLEY PINDAR, . uu-i- 1 - Smith, Ellison Co. T'V'1 M o "'. Sanders & liee Taken up a itrnyi, y . J Noonin, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, on the Stale roal, mo nilleii west of Cyc, In Pillion county Kv tivever-liou,- a KENTUCKY. followi: 1 lihck .Iter, uprckleJ HICKMAN, leer, 1 "peckleil lirifrr, crop a ii liolc in rijtlil l'ar, each hrntiilrJ "h 'L'" n rijlit He.lileneeaml oltire a J joining Judge Ka(-roau'olEce 3:25 32 All. i, on? re.l hull, hip, viluel at no branit or uinrli ilhl. ealue'l at $3.00 One dark hriltr uh laile nn eUea ami neck, woli crop unJ GURNI CORK I split in left r, valueJ at 100. flleen unilor my I. a i I h Juxice of the I'oaee of Fulton oounly, Kv , tin. - 30, 100,000 BUSHELS WANTED. II K.N It Y l'AVIS. I8X. 1 liit-upo- A W! c; A. W. LINDSAY, a "w, A "t t o r q v a jr-c- t-- Ii f m HIOKM.xX.'KY. OlSec with K. 8. Murrell. P:15 I will piy the btiihcat mtrkel prtco for I'nru iJchvurcil at ihe ltallroail dei.t i'K IlicUn.-iuor auvubere on the river bank between Metllci' ami ll Slough t.inJ-infcr at Mat.on't, Sloick't or DoiMi' Sxltrlifn. For further tiifurniallon, cea W. O.'Sce at S".irn'i Iriu COAL I J. 11AKKY. 11-1- store. 3 - I COAL! lUTTSliUKCI, COAL! well-know- "tir Attorney - at - L? w Will oiii Hickman l!mk. HICKMAN, KY. a'Ii-ik-! r.r,,m ptljr to all biilneA Office lo hi card. A 13JKKKA, ILLINOIS In any LU I ami ANTllRACITB, rocliU-'D- hind-owner- niuui-iii-iiiii-u- ,w, ... ,,0? ....,..,. . ..,.. l)i ,. . ri . . , ,. IN. T! tl mm mu In ntn"fl-'iT- 10 BD77HS VSH 3SST II IS The "Little Ghtiit School Shoe" Is the HKST. and only to be found IlAI.TlCIt t'i Siiaw'h. at ."VOU Tlila siatKint the Niiiiiu C'liemlcttl Co. prvpuae. In pty to anjnno uho ill prove lint any otm of Ihe trllmonlala, mnccrn- In'llie vroinlerfill elleoU of l.emou ('Mil Anyone can wrn Tiinte, aro not ireioilne. llallerltig article nnJ flr'lilii'n nornc', lint 'l,eninn ChiH Tonlo" Uiil si the IimiI dm lllnol ("ii cr. a general loulo and appuiltur. l.oiu.in l.'hiil Tonic Urge ba I. at pten.ml o lemonaili nnJ the rei;uUr ilollar lio. Ak fur Uimun tttn ; what on Chill Tonlo ami you nik for. Take no uh.tltule. but set a tmtlle, anil you rr 111 thank ttil papi-- for itriiwinc ynur allenltoa to Il inrrlla. I'rloe o'lo. for tala anJ guaraniced by CmmiLL ,V OuwuiJ.i. Itettiiril. ln H lnlt Ho has hud 15 H 's Diug bture and go bottom The Itacket Store guarantops a gito to his own business affairs. and la tl0 piiecs on Paints, Oils. Glass, etc. saving of fiom II) to 50 per cent.' ci,c,Bo Uaily o.,inmeiM.t.y . Ttue, tho people hate had . koop ()f mich 'or's tm Um Isnnsit.! byihe..ouf talked ,f fl,, n,l0 all goods hanil oil bv them. ien a L'eneraiiou or1 ,"1"1 ihnmber a In'aUoiKli 1.(J.'03 .nuiils never before -H- epiPHontutivca - - hou.em.i.i woHinKe.ne,ly. psr'l!..? ,JIJ w". '' hey -T- horo nre about 000,001) acres and State snr .. . . .. . .. I k.... L.-- l. I -- ' . II 1.. VAIIiitnl-..!.' "fltlllll llll' III linillti:! III I tllllll'l llllll I .......I .i .!... winiiHUiQ linn lit lin rirUMMI 111 1 yfllO till V HlHl Wfl'K R I'DIIVMU Ol III tu WU nI....IT.. in "Xteii.t. mle In tt. W irl.l K.ilr Ciiv help Hitch as is now possible. veinber. If tho boys nt Frankfort In the Fdtlwillo nonitentiarv tie Panhandle, anil corn planting anil man people In lliemerluof don't huiry up. tho boys at homo hbcratply cut nun nf his limiils ofl' in other pait of Texas this 'httr ililloi.ui remeilie.. Kor tale by 0. .Xotixpajifi' At;onv. will have Hie race made tip and with ti hatchet to in nid work. Af week. If Prof. Hicks' prediction A llolcouit'i', lirti'iei.l won befote the mUouriiiuciit. If you want uny Nowspapor or tor hncklug tlio member he coolly ot it coltl uml bacUwurd spimg remarked: "Now, let them make holds, Texas may have a protty In tho case of the Com. vs. Magazine published, hand tho fts!r- - When you stand out to look price to D. F, Wilson & mo work at that job." lie hulled good bread crop made before tlio A. T. Mitchell, cashier of tho Fill- ul tho electric lights.vou will catch from Giaves county, and Is a very frost is out ol the ground iu this ton Hank, uhurgod with false Co., Agents. Papers or Magacoltl. Go to Oowglll's Drug Store and troublesome fellow. neck o' the woods. swearing, which was in tlio hands zines sent to any address. anil buy a boltlo of Syrup of Tar stubborn . 'ot tlijury wlien tlio Courier went and Wild Cherry, or sotuu other l.tfe Mil eil, There is every Inillratlon thnt t0 press last week, tho jury re- It Shouid So in ivory House. good uoiiqIi medicine. the opening of spring will find tho J. tl wiiaon. 371 oiar Hi . .sii.irpahiin. turned n verdict of trinity, and tlx- - ThU U the 'eriiol of lintnlreiN. who when broken linllh, upprtiie J. W. Stranglian, tho jowolor, cholera again an epidemic in Ger- i ,?, ,, .,i noi ne wnnniii ir ninu a ni iiiu puuihlliueill ill OHO year III Uone. no energy, an J by the let exertion many. If such lie the cusp, it will t,e7,J",1'1"1ry IT Oiin.uraptlon. Coujln the penitentiary. Tho verdict well known to this community usi .mil Was si eil.HU.ie.l ami unlil for UI.Ia Ih-- i it citre.l l,U lf nho w ., require the most energetic efforts nn excellent watchmaker, ms t j, wurth living. fi',ni .'ruiltetl ''' '- '' "t t:hl" Toule !,:" Hutu .l.relene.l ill, iW,,,on. after ppriniuientiy in Hickiinin. mi the part of tho hoalth oflicialA f ' Li Orlp,iP," when vtrlo.i. other.n..h- " 1," KroillHIS t111,11 I 10 Slierlll S(,, bol,e jf -" remlutlgK(tn , lhc ,0 e Ho makes it specialty of lino of our country to keep tho e.lleanileeiMlrhy:cluni.ial Jonolier hail permitted one ot tho jurors it nn,i ,,,, out. It is well enough, how-ove- r, no itno.l Itoheri lUrher. of C.iok.piirl to leave tlie jury room ami go III-- in( Ia guuHiileel no Ja Just what Kaoh hot. watches, and guarantees his work. l olulm. to H0 for local authorities to take 1 a.,illlllvlb.M Dr. Kllli;' New HiC0i-r- i ,.--In tlio .,.,, rl (,'..1.1 l,i ..r,. .. I..n.iu. . .l l..r .ll ,.p ......... ... ,,!...! t'INMUI.V' i, ,,,,. . ,....,,. M.,..f.... ...v .....It, ..inm ... iuL n IK.' On Willi Puner time by tho forelock and prepare haa ilonv lit in nmro gonil (linn anything tion of tho .lodge, tho law requir- lino I hy the Lemon Chemical Co., Wo nro knocking price down to for emerceiiclos by inaugurating lit) vvt-- naeil for Luti Ironhle. Nnllilni; ing eiiiivillu, rta,aniNvAr Yutk,.N. V, Weil-er- n Jlmt it. Try at wlioleailt Jipot I'aliicih, ICy . w here push sales up. 50o will paper a a thorough system of cleaning us like llolcoinlie'all. I'm IrUI hotlleabottleC. togothor. the jury should bo kept A, Tho caso goes over to II or.ler ihotll I bo a I ilru2 ttore, Larue Kor n.ilo D, 13, Wilson & Co. room. soon mi practicable. tOe and 1.00. tho Al5ytorm. Cowglll, fiuj-lil- j. by Ooivtlt ComotOthBR.dc.il "l'el'e, crty wa,ouUC00. nw ,o ,r, noei.r inn,. From insuco I'""" SSt ;?SiTC .13 - -- iffl IHOKMAS. JJOlltlSt. ( nt urnonxT A it .,., I quanlltlra 'Jinirul. vo Ls V I . I ) nr FARIS & PARKER, iiiokman, : : : KFSTUdKV : kkntucky , a lf tti. "'' lvo 0nlcc , vnr ' -- " & pBWQ ijickman 1?. fapble- - Works, KY, IS 1)ru Mote- - UWKMA X, OCALIt riiiy-iuoKiu- g MAURU. EBBIILB. C. 11AMAGE, LSerckarvt Tailor, HICKMAN, KY. Shop iu Laclctle block, Italian am American Maihile u nrAi-cNi- Iniportfil goo (Ir.l cIaia Triniiiiiiiy., arltallo Cutting iut OrJeru nork3ii;n, d4tgfactton l. Slled. l.ISUJ cur-tiileti- Call unJ emu,lno It, p.kreJtofill allorJers. work from MO.NU.MUNTS. IO.MI1 AND UnAVE STON'KS. AVISO iu tiock, a line lot of Amer- JJJ ic.in auJ ltallau Marble, 1 am pr- - ri tbe country promptly ia"i d m.Nf ' ills-oas- '' '''' .a ,, ,,,, . , '" iiulel u'll to the firm of J. or 'o II. C AniU-ri;- , by Ambers' rJ nine or account, arc itipieatej lo corau a. ilit biittne.. o( ihe and tettlr, firm'6l J. Aiulvre t dom mutt ha wound II. U. AMtlKltU. up. All pcrtom OTotioo. Look at This! " " l, If yun nut I'o.ter., -, If un u.iil Kiivrlwi.If )UI u.ul 1)111 If vim hhiiI t tlnn. lit. If )oti waul IIii.iii,-.- . Ci1., If yuii w.ut VI. Una Crit., If )UU OAUt II ill llltltAtloii., If Jou oiuil Mil)'iUK Nn., II .toll nul till. llll. .CIlCUllH, f ay !.. fAit, II )"'i u'ltit JOB PRINTING lii ac,liltiii, (I.iti. in a tiii'.t .Hti.fMCiuri iiiAnii.r, yua ult.itl.Ar4 ljp CAtlliigat Hi. (hii li irnyou Aat L'ttrr waul Nut" It llr.Ji, , i Alio, pernont lioliitiir olalmi tho e.Ute nf 1) V C. Aiuberic, notlh'el In lile aiine, pinperly In l.iw, for xtllnnont. Ueo'J, are prurvJ l. m i 7 l.ia.tw 11. C.A.MIIKIUi. Courier Job Office. )r & M K- - J KJsA&HStiMWJiAil . u A. S. ItOSEDALE, Artistic Photographer, nt Campbell's Old Stand. mviAtiM" Pood Work Guaranteed. i'l 'wwain Visitors are welcomed. Statement of 111 Call and examine work. , g?$i THE HICKMAN COURIER. JIIOICMAX, KY., FRIDAY, EI.1UAJJ Anita la Kt'form I'os.sihW. M. I.oill. llrftlbllC -- liKtnivv t'orri'dvii!''! ... ., I iif n Association are now opiiu. UKsoimciw. tory states. In every Instable UO.tOI M The safe, prudent, economical I.oan n Jliconnl., (i.UlW.UO . tho coiners and lands bounding and piospe rous iiiiuiageuieut of llunU, Ileal L.uir, piirntturo nn I Fix. .1,11011.1)0 IIAODWARE, QUEENSWARE, SADDLERY, HARNESS, ETC, (tie lainls suppoaoi! to havo lioen this Instituti 4iul lixei luM, is now will known i.su.u:) MOJI iu irom inner Unks ' SUIlk by the Clirtlltltlako. i n.iiiPbT.1 ii.il estabiislied. 1 Ir tun. after tlm war. 1II0K.MANVKY. 6.711) CLINTON STIIKKT, ' posed to pruhtliil tho payment or thu laud been suddenly sunk si3iie It has aided many in securing Cain' ii".u7," I pensions to peisunH who are in j 0f tl0 oilisliml Spuulsh cl.mVgo"-- . liiimes, on long time and Total, receipt of an Income of more tlinn .. liJS.IYJ.OI i ... . wu""' itsuppeurcd. easy pajineiits. There are linn-- , UAMLlTIKd ll()0 a vear. and to mala, sni-iJO 000 00 other changes in tho existing law Tills bolng true of tho Missouri tlieds in this community to testify r.pi'ni nod 1..1I.1 up, -3,ttO0.WJ wr t&t llighent Market Price will bo Paid for Hcrf Cattle. lakes, It also explodes the ohlnc- t this fact. It enables yim to p'Ti'T.' , lirilI;l4 will tend to chock the fraud. as 8ai7 a lent pauperism 011 wliicli the ex copied idea that Iteclfoot Uko im'tr.o rents in paying for our l)c.jll, 87 Wi N Istlng law seems to put it pieiiiimn.' wa8 cnBCl. u,. tho Mrli,nilllt; nl l tilMitt lliiu tlll irnm IiLi lnrL. till l.Ci.l.SO.OI Tnl, It is a safe deposit for Invest !. I.... uiu niuinu .!......'... .1... I. ...., . iOli. ...I. I.. liuui lllivi Hit1 lltliov W, C. JOHNS!.:.', CttMrr. i ti ors pating interest 011 your deHiiiorlhit .ui orn 10 lmfre m ibis Acooidnig to iIM-i:i- . has disappeared. IIIHTH. Uto. ;ll.t. lfc'.'J. the Pension Commissioner, wo posits from start to II it In li. A. W. LINP3AY, Ntirjr Public. will havo to ki $t?'J,(KlO,000 in J. In talking nbuiit hard times, nn Men who want to bin row are pensions lor tnc next ttscaijcar, 0111 laruicr who lives in Jackson specially desired to till up this Ilurklra'a Armrn nultr and the Pretoiiau iutluetice is su county, Gu., bit off a cbnw of DI.AI.UKS IX TiullMihavi In the wortil (or (aln. tobacco and said: "It series. Ntroug in politic.s that man, pen-For fui Iher parliciilrs, call on "f""i i So''" vUlm': !J,I,, ,,tl";:,.n,,1 !"" pie despair of reform. Hut' Idle ji not the low price of cotton, for reform may seem hopeless to some 11 have often Bold it for ti or 7 UhO. AUIIKN, St'O'y. ll SIu Kruplloim, an.l h..1. Com wiiu are uoi siuuouis 01 1110 inciii- - i:eiiio, nun iuouimii i parM Itlrs or nn pf tiulrci 01I11 inn) tho extent of Prttorian well, but I in Iff J to !ir I'trirtt MllArarltor.. S.T. l.olll. lir.t'L'lll.lli VltKI tr frauds, there are those among tiiei oim.ij o::;s rrit!: :sc r2tW nyj ri'faniiel .'rlcn 'ih cnl For h'tw I d . S.stM1 Di2Z trr oru.i. honorable veterans who believe it leave all of it in town, for I tnnd will be possible to undo to a very what I needed 011 a farm. You Ooid onlf during January unJ I'druiry, 8JJ great extent all that has been don't see any plow stocks, ax Itullrittl Time Tnhle. wrongfully and corruptly done. handles, boo handles etc., inatlo Th "Twl. Wftk'' SI. hult P..pub o Haln. Milium iv1 Ktn Konttur nl (nil It frtH Tf ar rrlP rH. T One of the purposes for which at home. You all go to town and tic will br nr frtfor vni vwrlo iij iitr 11. sun '''I'"" l aiiilmont Chnira, Hoottor. I.iIjIoj, Uorouui Vilion.nJu, on :i.llnj bttor Mrcli I, I.VH, r. club N, O. & St. :. 1:. n llio , VYnrJro-t- . tho Society of Loyal Voluiileera got them, and you don't ire any ol ltr 8et, .vnittrouuuo. ctX. irMittiii i.x nw ;tarly niilucrlliarii, whk . W l. 10 r Train prlcti i l. lnl oo. llitaUilrlnrlnHar.' Q33ita discount M wa.ilU la vhlti whs organized was to resist tlm big pens full of fattening hogs lbre ilalUri Is aj far the mB. Tkr Tr.la N M. 101 r ' UP-', Tr.'n N Tr.H baliiitrlar ou w Pretorlan iiitiuenco, and the pres around the bouse. You lo to Hrpublle 0l ttcrjrxlitrr, (ml U lie I tilt roiil miVr aurrir a UriroliB of Wim.Uu a1 M.li.K liar 4 Cia. ident of tho society expresses tho town after your meat and Hour muit noi'tiUr fantr nil,!!.!, In Au.rli-- . II, r t, V at MsKil Jlnr nnfib. aoj iln. al(iU nnJ Jab Wura a .v.tliJU. UTI June b.lt .lib it. .V N M V belief that "it would bo perfectly and com. If ,ou will go luck to lit re.tr ftl (h. orw frjui a nci-- i nr Htkli on ln norlli aal ill Nl.rD fcoui- feasible to develop the work of'tlioso old times and make what tUrltitn ilcaulvb! ptper, while IU I.llrr, Aj;rleiiliurui, ln0 laiion joinf Miiib live no at home, there tdl be tomrn tho society so as to lend to a nil oll.tr clfpartoif hit are n vision of linnntnn Intrialutlnn nml no line for n Tlilnl ivurtr mr imv iirpa. l fill. wt!l. of tftyl ' .- -. mcuibr ef Ibe Umlljr, nnl ilonlJ be rral JjELLll A administration that would result 'one pleading fur 50 per capita. In SLaNUyAVTUUBUtt Of Til CKLEUUATKU rr hotiMhotJ Yon can I Ititfil reducing the annual expense lou go to town too ofttn tor for pen. ions to $50,000 000 or lean, things that can be raised atlioiur. and this not in opposition to but .Try it and seo if I am not tight." on tnc petition of the majority of Cm o.il m,it topics "Mil- fur lie iviiinr. tlila .IiriIriu,T)t ami rol iili your iir.Mtr u TOI'R Iwl'.ITT tho now IIvIul'. who onlr AJJrrii the Iteputlle, Cl lUl!., volunteered at the beginning of Your county paper cancot be .Mlirourl. Bost Damocra'ic the war and up to the time when as able and uewsv as one nahlisliU.nfl 1. 11: .?.... t.l f n.. c Paper Publishod! - Certutn IllII If U' o una iiu uuuni. .i.....i but . .!... inu. .110 ni. ed in some commercial ',., Plca;nl o iu5.o unU knrmicM, "" ,ui" "" nnteers wliose -patriotism was ''"..Mil "M."v . like It. ... ... Cblldrcn unit linn. 1 r.uurantc-rianntif atianm oml i..t rl.n m.nlt ..r ...v .WMf.AIn nf t.iiuu nrr iniicii in rnrc ;t h .. xiivumui ...... CTcr. i.urco . . . .wv .t"... ... ....,..., I. ! u inoir piaces " "re bounties, are generally opposed "' u"'u'i Pan lncl No, The pension tax now amounts Kor.altbC. to the Pauper pension, and that "u"" inilispeiisible to itiiuove-- l h, lruj(t V. K. Nfiinfor fjiiKlnny. ! .Si..ft, to a per capita assessment of $3 not more so tluu the n,e"li loin ll ritlnTiiiiiiLtnr. t.l. 1.1 " thev woulil a" ' n... If tH Mi'Mllanrr, upou every man, woman and child coupling pin mat keeps.I.-n...i riM. titni. HAS TUP. ll'.l Wnraen. VK, Judge William Lindsay is to and untriotic neonln In tb.munil """ Ju tho United States, and Gen. wBO togotiier. 'llieii. littles Ult.t. I.IKMI l. iug its repeal; but wliether tl0, tlrtl ChlMr.ii'i llcjurlnicnl, who Is the leading candi- succeed John G. Carlisle in the honest sentimout of the country "re e,,t,re, different, and jet ouo to Corrripond Itt.l U. S. Senate. He will nut be lePfnarlracBl, cn date for Senator in Wisconsin, is can make itself felt Is still nucaV" mor1e '"'portant to tie wag. M.nui.i:, ai.a. Pnl i:iltrlal. one of the few men in the come gally and formally elected until tionable, and it will remain boms'011 t,mn '!' 0,1,er- - So with the It le. Prcnlniii rerj ii raluaSt try who has had the courage to at- Feb. 14th, but lifti election is a fix- long as the pensioners have the W''"-- . iourgreut juurna treats JOSS TT. t OHO ILL. X. Prt.'t. CHll. BILTZKC, rr.il. tin. i tin, isoi. lay lor llir Urr. club t.crl'fl tack this outrageous system of ed fact, and so conceded by his numbers and the organization to1 ",' """'J'" entirely fore,:'' to For Ihti the II.lilj.pl Val. Sanipl eapl nl III WrrLlr Courier robbing the people for tho'cucour-Rgeiueu- t mako them a "reat ninvV-rltlm that of your home a flairs f it of lX liiuir "ill on fiieuds nutl opponents. Juuriirtt IU nl 'in 13 as; rb iickfi. of mendicancy. WW uj l;)ih, tll riMiirl trip ub. illii. Nrw politien of tho country. If how. Rn'nt ,1'prct. wile ,our aitiircni. VTrii io The editor of tho Courier has ever, oca! 222 the vnlunteers" will assert. I"I't com" along with in . .. ... 'r!tn.. La ami JJohHf, .4 ai rate f ;; the dijihjjruisbed zmiI .. .1 I. CO, -8URKI.Y the epidoitiln of ilisns-ter- k:in-" "" snernaenes, inoy may sneceeil,"iMllrltlllll'U . tilllll, Cm t n....l. , o.VK r'AltK reached a culmination for tho man, personally, for more than 30 wnero uicre woulil be no chance "' n"u-- J" I. ..i. .III. Kt. .. V !!! present in the Illinois railroad years, and frtl that tiie Legisla- of suocess otherwise. With thcirt,V.l,,M "'"""f"- - it iiocii.t nun. Tlclf iJ.'.t, te sus.l rtiiralii null! isiu, jl ll.clii.li... .tr satli'E.a-a.9i- i horror, near Alton, last week. It help, it may be nossililo to elimi-- f !",n'"' a. mu." a Ju,,,1)p"' " "Mr T U t.vcii j i' Y the worst, in its details and ture lias selected a splendid man mite most of tlio frauds and boun-- ! li'111 ""? "'"J ,,e ,aljn,i n I)alr fro' L F. l)v, Trf. JUiikV. whs a man of powerful brain and ty jumpers whose results, of nuy that has occurred lork because he dishonorable' tr.cwRfllMA lllnf la '.oTja.I geH it for rl... .. since the memorable flood of burn- brawn, and one who will austaiu records havo not barred thrin ll X .si-Bro.' . II ..!..!.. i. ing oil that ran down a narrow Hie high reputation of Kentucky. from pension under the Harrison i.iui. 4i neii uuuni ue ia, . iiiai Solicits your business. We offer tho moil Liberal Arrnmniudations I t.fn.t.ri I. llllwa lire. I TwvMr vin spi Ch.V.rr rsla. 'Wnil Llm because n bookseller n&l pi rr i a "Vll'H-valley and devoured a to our Custouieis Consistent with Uelubliautd In the power, force, clearness and administration. I) I)Ullfll. to L'- lI .ti,aBBua.l two dollars for a school vil,HB two or three Ituiiklng I'liiiclples. nt Kt JCifht 1m, uiul lie KjM.lj. ur o pin- ockuesi ho would buy a c IMiUUaBak.! 'ni rr.n.,y I'tijiiN jt- Children IIUo t ti.Un Ulia iiut muJi r. fonTiroTS' in mi In Ccrriiln c'filll :ur-- , Klux rcnort fPT" "l Vn:il ifan r win. THE of Jann- the U. S. BTOite. Wo do not ..... ...in K'loniinceu ror i wan trio cueapest. I. :ij iki.nltv t.f Ui.iff ir... Icycr, Ague unit 3lalarlu. mo papers are in no nei .aLMF 'I i .1 i vim A.ro l iuir eb'HH-l- i t. i. ry I9th pays the following eom- - nieall tl)ftt Uo w, BtC) Fire, life, Acc.ds.ai. 0. BBBBBl.ir,. it0 t, I'rlcc 30 cis. i lt.T. TYI.Klt, .1. W. 1'OWI.l.I., It. II. IHtUVA It . u( i wi pllment to Kentucky's Senatorial .. iv c. a. iiolcomdc, urui.t. audio , people living MQMaWnr.h .ii i tin i.. .i ljeti tii? lir.Tii.l.i.iii of ii.itU.liNlae-. oc"",B tto I,,ftrn,,,l. e.juippoti as r.r ,,.,., ea(.,; A. A. PARIS, J. V. COW GILL, V. A SHUCK, nir, of "'"'uui'"i renrseiitalivta: "Keiittikv i.v " . U Li: w- U.ivL :.,1 rlic, 't 0.1 IMC. E.X. always be relied on to come up Carlisle. Mills, and others, who Tornado, &c. .'. .1 i .1 i., r jiar ttiiKHB MAiiti.t-rnr.ai.. strong in the number of her Sen- have long Congressional experi., 5i- , j' U. a fl.rta io .f Tuk Democrats of tho Old: ator is to be chosen. Generally, ence, but that he lias that quick p unila hu rlinfj, llegrtMt IniiKirtAa A decision of vital importance v yi im KWH..S tt JJ litoo, they are strong intellectual perception, dear judgment and l District would hare . ti to all railroad ami steamboat in- Gibraltar I...1 A.s.1j :f Cja;isiH Sipji.Jil!: ivj. i . 1. l.d. tlm pUj'iM, i r; power. On the whole, Kentucky been proud, indeed, to have seen robuBt mind that will soon force terests was rendered in tho United tiu iuiiliiii.5i, .wv f.ina.tl i.. to has been pretty creditably repre. tuI.r tiu sented in the npper brunch of him to tho front as the peer of any States court in Cincinnati, mi .Jan. their ICepresentative, Hon. V. ,1. ..!-- . uf t.c,r," wmI it jiOtluuotj ..f n $2W.tUW.mWAW. .;) km in ,Ur :J,U Stone, elevated ton scat in the V. .in if 'ii t. Congress all along." of them. JTili. by Judge Sage. Some time rlui.liiui that S. Senate, but, failing in that, lie 'J'H.T.1 ip earth. Two tl,i..U ..J Judge Lindsnj'a great distinc OFKtOC OM:tt UlCKiXX IUNK, Toe Mnrray Ledger joins what tion should bo mi encouraging ex ago, II. T. Hennett, of Kosodnle, can well bide his time, the popu In ''iir tit" ..'iv faithfully nut Miss., received judgment for damtll II. Ivi t.. lilt- l'.!ll.!ll Lit i r..i ... ,r seems to bo the majority in favorlar will boldiug it in reserve to 'ni!ir iUiii.'aiii11iiii.k-!wiyus KKXTUOKV. DRUGS, iut in HICKMAN, ing the working of convicts upon ample to the aspiiing ioung men ages in the sum of ?17,aj7 against "w'r.i:i.. jhrttiiiniix. il country. Thirty or more the steamer Guiding Star, now a make him Governor or U. S. Sen- i. ciri.ri.v .ii.riug the roads. The time of the year of tho .lEDIOIMKS, Ann wilt hI I'liri-i- . . t ;.' t Uo Is approaching when the necessity years ngo Lliidsa came to Hick- wreck on tho MissiHsippi. at Har-- i ator in tho future. in JSThIih !.. ad chi-j- . tJTATIONUUY,, for better roads will thrust itself man county, a poor boj, almost, if rls1 liar, for value of cotton con-- ' Q U O It 8 imiftl to iK " forcibly on tho attention of every port to 'v waxt a rtfui.ic orrin; ii.U lio w.ta( mir.fur, pmliiliit.il f r. in Blacksmith and Undertaker I'AN'OYOOODP " not quite pciiuiiefrs, In a certain signett (J., this H II. for (In t ti. t. nig 1'iuiitM tivtii-- i von tnan who is not lucky enough to on tlm M. li. li. The cot SUN'MIIKS, sense ho wa6 the creature of lucky ton wns burned at the landing at There arc ISO.OuO office nbin the il.ff i!aitjwl of tlm of hit live on a turnpike. HICKMAN, KKNTUCKY. ti two of his l.tut ptipilrt JJKDIOAI. Let this be the question in tho circumstances, but it was his clear Hosedle while waiting the arrival fill.i.of ttt ntw Uminl.tMlloti, and uo nJir.tl t.i Kini.i!'fjhr.!ii, vhi.ru lie mml I'AINTS, )o( .. ... i. ,ur,,rae ,or. uioio nenmg pniiie em a ..I MK A Il.m. lirn you vtat hI .f pr. jxrty. head and good judgment that of tlio Guiding Star. Hennett bad t i ,n.it Hutin-- aniao election of tho next" Legislature. II BK. GIVI-OILS, ittinr or . previously received bills of lading ur.- at u!r.uiI'liri, J1U shaped and formed the circum- signed .' n,.,i-furia i.'niiiiii.i.ip &c (ulili-.1 fn iliitis ngii, in,kt--i a full line f a irIr , by both railroad aud steam are l (lii.ul.l at oner rruA f,.r . An Indian chief was taking in own advantage and alto SrKCIAIiTY. in tho t'upitt.l, wliu-- h.u rop; of the Cnilnl Hlrl Itlu. Hook. It To mm, a boat agents the sights at Washington the oth- stances to bis tKt i .Inly riiv. rttitl him lintiii.it uit n idert office, and re',,,"r Capt. Hegler appealed the case' Undortakcr'B Goodc, or day, and one of the House em promotion, and once before the .tuti.'H-t- l li!..uUi.i!itilu to allov, "I, Twlior,. lite .iip.intj tj riMin olmut tlu a man nt Common. Kownol, nnl SilM lllack Wal the United States Court, and ,pT.?'i'' '", ployes escorted him to tho Speak State- his caieor us onward and ntv .ith nut Coffin, ami Cat, which ran "-- . n , SitrJ ers siaiiu, uetoretho House was upward by the foice of a great Judce S.iL'O holds that as the not. r:,,""V"," """'"" two pnlioe'itgrnLi .ancp, riuoiuuienta U4 uuiir: out t ir Iniitlinii.-eton never came into tlio custody ho who is rur ... minim. m limo 1en tulil nir tf act Oji an ewNirt of up on ehort nolle, nnJ at called to order, and let him occu mind. riera (il'e inr a raM of the Guiding Star's OWIier lie IS 1ftlui;i aiked at exaoiluatiuu, hoo to Mtrvnlliiiiiv. Ch hUr U py that seat or honor. A facetious ojrn i.l.l taJr 8hop near tb. Jail. Iti the language of the lament not tlahie tor damages, and even .he fatl.t-- vl U?u cliililrun, nhum "u "Pi"icttioo and low to pu.ii ji and Democrat who saw the brave ma'tlA-i-ho hru etlucati-t- l in n lriucely luauner, using the gavel for a nine, and ed Ed. Crossland, "The sovereign- if it had, loss by lire is xcHiteirl57'"'V.".J,VlV,,li,'rVl,"0V" nn nn i'iiiu-'lit iiioivr iu .ovcral Uu Ketiii a KpIiadlJ filoea ef the vrj Itiia-ikr-i , from the risk, on bills of trying to find the hole in the stem, ty of a great mind is Ida by . of all kind- - et 1110 decision is OT importance as before publlelie.l. leinarketl that ho was the first acquisition ami con- .lnt.1t.. Ilan.lwmtlr Uoimd In I.... ml..... II 1.111.1- - Ol .).!. ' ncr, mr eeliu, p'il Jl.U. All Htivpge to ocenpy the chair since quest." iiri;iuui juo. wucil llll OIIUICH la ". Sol"-ltHARDWARE, TINWARE, STOVES, &t. railroads and steamboats begin. i fubiuiitr, Wathlnj !npro7c-- i Ecrvics en tho N. C. & St. tho retirement of Tom Heed. , "V "J; " .. " " Lculfi Eallway. HKNKrUEOKUE-M.jr.lt'IAwiilcs are offer. J at ONI. IT.ICS, aaj ilal tl I'ltlKKn The recent Senatorial elections Double IlerenveiiientN. Han a I.iiiRlitno; Animal. The N. C. & St. Louie rtillwa, fr have demonstrated beyond a reaerr luweti ike marat juelllei. The Frankfort Capitol brvs : Man is aaiil to in tho only animal tint roan reari the sonable doubt that tho next Sen- Senator George Iiiih a line io ll.eSouili-trMrs. Sallio H. Hryun, wife of S. All geiJe cuaranleai io t tl rtpri.ri..J ate of tho United Stutos will he friend here who In very fond of 13. Uryan, and mother of S. N. can cry, anil yet ho U not really a crrjiM y ecuntrjr in tbe exctllnc of ll creature. Ho U u l.iubiiiff ami talliii,i Democratic. Tho Democratic par- htm, and wishei him all sorts of liryan, antl e(iilirnriit, La fUeetl Itatlf a died, in Ilicktiiaii.Tnesday cnjftliirp. Tim luiiir nhieli liriuK U'Un ty wilj, during tho next four years good luck. There was a play at l.jr itiri'knot uioriiiug last. The samo morning, do tea coino wry often. inSome llit'li.' of lie farihtr In nJvnco I.I liiHUnrullon be IiiTiill possession of the Exec- the Opera-houswhich no nan nee i.r twenty yean a few evenings Wahln(ton mil.!' train, Many hun.lih which utive and Legislative departments since which this German attend- only about 10 minutes apart, Hon has lftt. Naehvllle at 7 30 a ui Ull-'- , Un a of the Government and the futuro ed. After the play was over he ry A., the 2 year old son of S. N. nu J thouii'inda nitvt with no srrovi UHU'I.tt ipiartcr n rontury, Tlio 1ars.MUajliikji!li ocotr.il time, and reachet W.ihinnljn, of the party depends upon the met the Senator, whom he man :.y. eonipuruu action of tho same during the in- - accosted: "Did you go by thus and l.alla liryan, breathed its last. tUya crit'a aro fuw Mini w ail nnitli alltlio OtiO ucit luornlnf Kaetern time, ami New Louisville and Memphis of his lift). jnil th'it Yiirk, 3 00 p. ro., that .i'n" jtiw' time coining adiiiiiiintiMtion. Never show, Mr. Slmrgo!" "Yes; I was The burials occmred Wednesday e.m ery, but lio in inont perfectiv a creiv- eel llino betxeeu Eaettrapoint. the I.fail It Iheee the WJTll Rfrtlctinn.i luiut.i.it liiugiu. was there a period in the history there" said tlm Senator. "Then evening. In the iil tnitiy liivg pass only ihrniij-Sl.rplnf Car Line tetween of the Democratic parly, when you see that young woman fall in- tlio deepest sympatby goes out to tint braw no idoauiut hhhIoh i ho ina- - a.lnllle anil lli r.aet. anil die traeelln-- ; Pallman Buffet Sleeping Cars I ini- i4ii iniiiuii ui it liter iu publio are 'liowlnjt Ihelr apprrolaliou of wise and prudent lenders wero so to that young man's urmsand stay all the l.....n.l i.'.iir '0 AND TO ifc.. .lully i,owiWp.T. ' Dixie Fiver." iepinj Ti... :. lramu It. The faiuo-inecessary. Itnl4Vll .tlumiiiiiK, Union there!" "Yes, I saw that," mod m,. .m t.f n imrt) niiil lliKeili ll ti n ilraw ear to Floriil'i, Irarluj- - Lin ion ltiMitfo, vttiliHlinr--- , CHth replied Die lilushiutr Senator. a ra ilallr, ii now bill has pasaeil ha fOBiiitiuiiceH, while imufi .iailyli J.'iwhtlltc, 7 Tnu death of Dhiiue, Haes and "Do you know what I wish, Mr. THE Now Oi'Ii'Iiiih, via t ,, WUJ iuM P"llul"r, becnilttt nil mm oterliie popular - "S'ltanec Kiter nf Uonjrress, anil Is .. .. . ... .. . both irnti-tn3ii:.m Hutler, all within n few days of Shorge, when I seo ih. l.l..,t to bo ivouie. HCUIIII. ti Atlanta, uun t. milking rltt.ur I uih than ery. It that young now before the House for concur mi a prlurl eaoh other, is a forcible reminder maul Why 1 ij f n of lioM n.plenlia recorJ rur protnpi eelte IjI ami r)tari itia wish that it was DESIRABLE of how few of the prominent poll you." mid w ,t man ropfietejiifion. timf ttatemr.Nnr hou.-- i r.if Tag rence in some Sennto ameudiuonts. iijiriiinic s.vt'.it.if-n- v.ilh his .ii run .Phii'il change Xnh f,. ticiana of the Civil War period eoiaih uii Litt it umhiK TO AllI) riltlM If any man has given stronger If Harrison nppioves it nitli hiuih-h- aud lid iiiilt v u out ah villa to Fli. iti'l will bt e .Vj- now survive. Practically they ore proof Vori, I'hiUiMphU, li.liUure, VTaih The tluu. tiijs 0r his uiiselfirdi will soon becoino a law. Will the year p.iM, :indtluttli.'iiriillf n . rlnugliii lemleii toTatnpi later In all dead. The men wliose pollti-oi- l t iuK'oO, Norfolk, Olil Point t.'omforl, ht. irilii lenvliij NliI:l at i.n5 p. ,. nml plftys with ohildrt n, nu Irioudsliip, it luis escaped intenl now law answer public expectaaction as party lenders furred tion. ra., eerrit-- the ''Qnlitli flirn' Ihroiiuli llich moiiil, Uu Halo. Cletelanil, ?u. likti ono eleolrioity thiUl. Uu lejo. Chicago, Indiana-ollaileepiuc car, hi. U111M lo.lll.nl 1, conthe war are ull dead, and thoir Im( iiiluut uutl of patriarch. tions! Will it prevent tho dealiu-- : necting In Union ilnpol Atlanta, with Clnelaii.ll, Loulselllo mediate successors, the men whom Tho editor of a Republican in future! And to tho extent It Ihrouj-aleepin: car to Jaektonrillo anl i:aali-ranil iiirititiitcru f'olut civil wnr and civil war politics paper iiiiii ''iMitiTrTfEF" Tampa, which rune over Ilit OeitrirU AMU brought to the front after 1800, tho t'i.es venl to his sorrow in does prevent dealing iu futuros, t'nix:r.ri.Yi:ii"Fi.oitirii. Ocnlral, AlUnla y Mcoa. The Urorila 'to folloHiui! wuil: Rae.kward. will It be beueflclui to the irenoriil Memphie, Viekabiirg, Ilalun Kouge, (few nre very nearly all dead also. It turn foiithorn nnl I'lnrida, Macon Io b.iekvnird, O time In your h Mobil', Mule Itock. Hot Urii'tua, Tbe "Dixie Flfr" rar Is true that a largo number of men Interests of tho whole country? line frtirn Nathvlllr Io Jaelt... v.(.,, ngFla., L'iiy, antl the i'luriili Onlral un l'enin Kprluiri nJ point In Wi.t'lcn- Kivu us n victory lust for ie, aular KailroaJ, bake (,'lly to Jackaniitllle nre still in politics on the. strength to ArLaiiBui, Mil- iicii.e, from our features A great many pooplo havu thoir via t.'hallanooga, Ioakaut M iinlnlii, am! Tunp., Winlcr oicur.lon tlokela lu of civil war issues, but they are thu MIhIiI Alxne the aluippli I.vulataiia, anil torieut of tears, take un the tnitids tnado up that ilenllii' in! MaiitiUln, Atltnln OIohJ,mi Kvhih.rit Flori'la are now on aile la Clmliauoo-- i men wno mm Hardly neen heard U.B Cllv ami Allan! . at krr rate, (bo J to return , AMI hUDI'IIWCM'of, if heard of at all, twenty years i hick in dm rope ol tho yeurs-- futuros should bo broken up by tfltlimit cliftnue. IuLm up iiniaailiiit enn. on or before 'lay 31, following tlale of TIlK MUIH urn uaeK t lie eloulc till It reaches law, but It is a question whether n"nn m union .Niniitm,, t,,rj mle. All periune hohlln- - llironzh lick ago. tbiro ujjhly eQulppetl aotl lu '88, blot out the presold uninorei-ftt- l ., ,, , ... i mnrnlrij. of Iralni ltalnr Hi .mi'. clu to poinla tenth ol llalilwlu, nre per " Tlie lint 'comiilion. ...u tirtjritlei an u1 Win Konorai puiiiiu win uu oeneui, Eran.rllle, Cinclnmii, boni-.ll.V.t." ijni(,n fate; (;lvo us some hopo for toJaokioUTllle without ex In llmo an.1 ihroucb Electric Bittoro. ertlll arraridemelil tame u too anu t nliriit tills iiailnn'a concern. cIiiuiru the tod liy such Interference I TIioICIit, Martin t ami Ira coil M ' Tlila care. ' rr.i.il1. " Ucaialsg m wrll ,;,.,,,hrnitzli Ittmini- rr Itavee returns, mister, cbnhtfft tho gcurJ by l"o Um ii etl Kpi anil M ioiitilar un to utt--l nil cwl;il otvtiera of hiro tlnurlnc niills.it acrTlert "f the) KitUrop-- tlliurrli, Xriln-- . Only a Jej !, All who have iiitc'il elretrlo ,iJa l)tw lliekward, How backward, Is pOHHiblo, would profoi' to have, p in , eonm-nat Atlnnla mi b lefplnjr Lnultrlltfl and Memphle, nnil Ilia boat an il A 'Hirer tie lame nn of ,rnlf. O stieatii of the njre, seasoned toSuntlay at HrlcT" kJ;ft:'ll,11 ' let anil tlnlEer-- ' frllay quickest Mcrtloe botween the tnu ciliea ". inctlirine ilm-- not exl'l itml it le ziiirnn-lt- night witli Republican rne; blot no eompotltora in the ....rkol prieo ami 7:30 p m m 10;J0 la tin- all that il elalmeil, t er o(rri"lfro in our vislniiB stnfled prophets Ot Wlieill. liUl' WO Hllllll seo tlio l'tnln.Ml.ir H.illrn.,I Thlt line Kit. o'closk trrvlre anil lecture. nt 7 Fnr lowenl rain, lime Inbie), and all H' Jfltle-- a will ciro all tllneiiie. of tlio l.lver ,nnn. (Jio.B FrrziitHili, Hector. and If It proves benellclal labiat '!' ;."". halll'll'lii result, sua Mune-ri- , win remvc I'lmple. IIoll, nud crow, choke off Demncraev-deelred Inform ton ppr to aiiJ .. ir Tnif PltlTZ IIKblNKIt, Alt' I, Hall Klieum ami oilier ullecli tin cmncl by bluster and blow; jerk fiom de- IIU OUO Cittl Object. Lee nnl ClrortrU SleeplouCHr uri,4rin C'liurrti. V. (1 4 Ui I.. R. I! . Illnliinin. K v ha enRtyeil lliroiuli lnainn-f- . imiire lilnoil Will drive Malariu frimi spair a fair fraeuictita of bone, Uicur- ilay Preaehlni; Or W. P. M UMKRM., A8)nt, Herlcea eery Ixiril'a lie rrteni anil prerrnt h well an cure all keep a good oye ns we roll down WIIIJ.K Itepilblleatl nud Poptl. alon llcketa ant imir on atle by m. roulo and ill l.orl'e tlajra In each t!'i For eur of Urailarlie, the slope, MaUrinl X N. k M. V. Co., Klres, Ttnn rrincipai hhiii; tinrKi aoi piorlnover mind now its listaro tiliBwinpr each other's per Ma winter rmorla, Furlher InfiTniuilan - ererr KM'r J. II. ItotiUiac, Hun KT. AN, ArcmI, ronotb, roaF.'.!p.2t!nn nn.l lu.llgeeliun try Klectria too late what i scoop! Hiiniis sou, a Demourat daucod tlm deux on application Io Coupon Tiekel Oltioei, .lay Bahool every rlunJay, J. V. MorrI, Or JN.I.. I'll M. V. Uo., I'aducab Juncllou, Iif tIon pimrHiilec.l, nr Hitter" Knilre N. & tompH and cariied oft' tlio All are cordially IotIKiI to attend l or In VI, L. Ilanler, Oeneral Sup'l. mnaey refiiinlel. I'rlee 50 cU. 'iiiil 41.00 some soup, mister, biiug ns some Or ff. II. PIIO UTV, Qeri'l Pan. A'gl, Wo ihc.i erflcci. Loulitllle, Ky bono iu Kuiisue. Naihtllh), sod Tiikel I'er buttle at C. A. Uulcoulc'a Pru.-- fc'ur- - soup. 1 1 The queen or Hanli, the owner Siikrmak Is the only jjreat of an unspeiikalilu and John innu loll in t ho liepublicau party. name called "Lilly" for short by Americans, has heen The cholcrn Is spreading still and a Provisional Gov. la Germany, uiul thero is hardly more than one chance in ten Unit eminent set up, which hitter Gov. it will be kept out of the United eminent lias sent Cam mission ers State. Hotter begin putting liy a to this country asking for annexWorld's Fair fund wit ti n proviso wants thnt It can bo converted into mi ation. What this wintry with the mongrel people of Hawaii fund if necessary. Islands, no one otitpide of n few TtlK Dpinoorats in tlie Illinois ricli eugur speculators can tell. Legislature liiivp already begun The acquisition would he a source their warnn the eoiupulsory school law. A bill for its repeal has been of great tronblenml expense. Ft is clear thai Jhe so called revfavorably reported. As llint is one of the issues on which the olution that dethroned the. Queen Democrat curried the election was no revolution of the unities, the law wilt soon be wiped from but a cleverly worked up job ol the statute books. great sugar spernlntors, aided ty The mortality among great men U. 8. sailors. Hawaii io a great in prodigious. In the. past Ave sugar growing, country, and the years no less than six out ol the jiiue Justices of the Supreme United States lion navs 2 cents Koniili of. thu United Slates have. boy njty.gn. VuTijiifrr'iL n under the ueen caifeil to a hlclier court. Lit- stars flinIchriirM'' ficre.'rt-- fr tle men die perhaps us easily. Ii ti the milk In the coenntmt. Of going off does not make as course, Uonoltiln is now magni loud a. report. fied into an absolutely important JonN Martin a Democrat, Ims and indispensable coaling station been elected United States Sena for the United Stutes, and hence tor from Kansas by the Populists mid Democrat. The I.epnblicnns tho United States must jcontrol refused to vote. They will make. those islands ami the 'joverninetit Tho samo argument n kick mid probably elect a Sena thereof. tor of their own, but Martin 1m would Justify tho United States likely to get the, placo in spite of in conquering any other weak naany efforts that icuy be made to tion. The Queen In emrendering keep him out. her nut hotity. issues a proclamaTllR criticisms paused upon Jay tion to the world that alio surOould on account of the disposi- renders only to the greater power tion he made of bis million-)to have quickened the onnsnlonees of the United S'tuteYGovernment, of others possessed of immense and against tho known will and wealth. Several havo made tfesiro of her people. Our Govbequests of late, t lie latest an ernment can not afford to become Illinois millionaire who loft all but the oppressor of the weak, or to &UMMKI of bis fortune, consisting of $3,000,000, to beiiovoleut and use its great power in conquering unwilling people. charitable institutions. tinpro-nonncabl- rnn. .1, 1893. AdmUsioit to ilio I'iiIIimI Slates. e aiiu u.Miiiiiiiauuu As there nre now about n mil- titles to lauds of New MnOI lion pcisoiiH on the pension rolls, county, Mo., shows coiicluslfi i- , l ... . r om .. fipnil w!7hcro SVIonoy of the the miijnrity of tho Houao on Pensions proposes to prevent further Increase by ouuot-iut lint hereafter tho widows of veterans shall not bo pensionable unless tho marriage took place be fore, during or in u reasonable Coin-initig Grovos. Hickman Baals, Hickman, Ky. 'li.o of llitslilr.. It it. IW. that tho lakes and sunken jiJd' The books for the sixth norlcs of Unit section worn not cnrJusi of the Hickman I'uildingaiid Loan .it by the eurthquako of 1811, as his M 5. Shaw, Staple and Fancy Gfocexies, J'lBEl uIi-i- ni-ii- . 111 ' nuti-cholo- r - ": - 1 11 w " ,.,. 1 -- ( STEPHENS & TYLEIt, 1 "noine-inad- UiiiL' carricd4H ) Fiiriiiinr e and Under taliei"s Goods, ! "t"" "' 1 I I I . ' n' tt r bin'. ! V ,1 tr 11 A. I re-'yo- n . 1ERTWEGK, BALTZER & 00., 111 K I Ftv"-Ii"Ar:','CI)l,lllffll-JOlRi.i- .L" , m-ci- - ' rr.M., lib-or- 1 .1 ,.i.,,",: . i.r ,'."... "' a - - rnr" l ....-- .. .... '... Onlv $1.00 a Year. ltt IU-- llo'-t-'i- o i.ijiit. IGKBB&H WAGON, d.JXJ.XJX HICKMAN. "J Atr ) a'j oc-i'- liq n ; , s -- " " """ , COURiER-JOURNA- L S3 ( ri 11 . .!.' r Ellison, Paid Up Capital $40,000.00. UAI-TZRl- lit 3;s:. lKE :'uJ.rJ-r!cSlr.- Peuustl-j-KSfeXS- I ll,Htu-J.t.- 8 t.-- Globe-Democr- - aaWWT" f - iiIi-m- '" -- ye-.- INSURANCE! u-i.- i ',.., DIRBOTOB r- - "i u- - f ltiT.-K- t. j,,.,,,, 1 -- 'I-- . - r tm-nt- v - ', '.'! Clir.-te- Co.-"- tuic-jr- - tlt'ir-gb;,-. i jmi-o- - RxrastsT And Xonlcr in - i ( i Lw-- uthiln-i.r..H- rtrj.-sht- l A. P. OLIVER, -- t' vt-- r ia-- ... plm-;I- 1 IiW.I:ii-m- " oTo,.. lulcrt-eif- - KW.W cm-t- . r : - - aj'l-il.tl- , IInr-Ii(il- ii I k I PHESCUIITIONS o - '.'. eih-ii,- ! - . Il-- TJr I , i ' . fi.". 1 , i "OIiD RELIABLEl" ; -- Ui-rma-n Iva-lln- n r"1'-wh- - e I cau-jofo- nt - SEE . h ' Ii-po-t. ' anti-optio- n 1 eeiah-lUbo- J a . M . i rii "l r Job Offico . j i ..... -- i , Is thorouglily equipped, nnd prepared to execute Job Work with nealness nnd despatcli. . Ilie.-.-o- n 1 . merri-ra"iiin-a- 11 K i , l'l-t.- , l.-i- tlir-nc- I Hic-it- , 'J'i, m Bill Heads, . .v JL1 Mn-n- ii I - i Letter Heads, , mlllt-illoa- I kno-r- "Qtllelc-Sle- p'' men-tlni- i. lii'ltT-ein- p; 11 I ! l - $&' tt'i ilt-r- - rtii-- Note Heads, Statements Envelopes, s . Ijrl-itiii- u I Ball Tickets, I tr?. '?' r. Business Curds. h.'. Soua-tdm- Piw-nie-r t, Tc-- Guarantee Satisfaction. ,, '- Kilt.'f fc ix:;uimmi - 4 , rf. Jl MaftWWWJHWSW'wiili"""''l pwHTeWTKgES - " " ... iiW)tjl)WiU,M.lm .ni.i ii ml iiittmrrMllirn'MlilM'" liiiiiimiii iiii.isMsAfcsMliiTIMsitTrnimtol'SJS '.'" -- .iProiHlEt?r?w miVI -- aw " is'i nr TflE Wr -., iiiii iaJa m -- i.m - ,. I ., inii "- lr:BtStr -i. p rras' . -- ,, x .,. .,... k-5- .. " :. J. , SSJJftjWKJTjj Vv S I. : 3411 Im' U;dl r tin fluj iiwM Ml Wd '' JU'L'JJ 'J ' r1" ,'"J'"a""',lx"aJ"'" '" Q TtATMi I mm mAJJ ni Tue " m XMrJC il E Yf Inter ScaisoH Ih loin ""''"J ''eiiiAe wiaieiaiiau-rusw.ae...jessu..- i liP 13 HZS Su ci R n close. lufllDQ We're left Ir, aerw,. .j "ufBiii-Bi- ii wawauii' si. JjaJJuJ..uJ.,ll 19V Wl-- rSI WW BlOuiMrCy liatifl H a &h fcSsr vk$B fd T fli 18 lbs. llice for Arbucklo Codec, Headlight Oil, 81.00 25c - 10c drawing to with too many gomKnn Great piles. OVKUCOATS 'tin ice of 'cm. SUITSStacls of 'cm. l'AXTS on want don't. We want the money uanl (he room. Connoll ml In mtf nliif nlnn. Major Wlllon, Counoilmcn Wearn, Ulr, Wilting llrymit snJ Helm, llir nilinilfi nf (lie lnit rfenlar hii.w.r rc.i I, ttppruveil kiuI iIriicJ ACCOUNT AllOWrl). Got The fotlowlni n'ooiint w n proprrlv npprmed, which, an motion, ' iklloneil, ami cluck orJireJ lnurU fur the amount; l.l lor clotnlnf; J. It. Millet, tm't l- ""r: ...... liop,nnJ2iiirii'erTlerK l ..,.j1...j,...im'.i1lij-- - .jMAJy- - l'rnt J. W. ' . I (K mi.iiiru Jw!ot. --' ,... M $ '! Abo, 8u(ttor to J. If. Efinircr. Is prfltJ Hta Books, Stationery, &c. A full line of OPTICAL GOODS. Tlio Mi'12'1" W s EiSiXiXsoxfrs O.cisjIi G-rooor. IT'S f I.C0 antcpil as Represented. mmm a Repair's Fine.Watclics a Specialty A LA W WITH US Wc ho!1 loin of tlicbc thtrt'n jimjil in the Iom. Not to carry over one heason's stock. out this mouth. I'rice no object now lat inontli goinp t Hire's uiir piopoeitiun: eui than nil THKAtltirH't lillMUT Thp Ciij Trennrrr nrf xtilcil lil report bsl for llic tnnnili of JiiHnrjr, uliowln tirr In ttcn'ir) in crellt of Ueurr! filed. TAKE PICK AND CHOICE of any SUIT or OV1SIU OAT on our Counters lor . ? l'uti'l nrcntmt il.lCtlW The repjrl w rccelil tnl orJrcJ pollce-mi- Hr:rX SW Woik Guarautpetl, and Goods Guar Klliigei's Old Stand, Clinton Street. r WH.JK aw a i A. XIS-J- C JLXi ! rvrxtkU roMcrm.v. n ilcctrH vncanl, nit m Oonn. ell uppoihtel Hick ltiehrJ"n anil W, It Whkrr spi'dil policetm-n- , l ibe pleasure of llic Council. 0R )ISS IICPAkTMKNT. IIOIC On motion, the Mnjor U ilir'Clcil lo an point acnmnittlrc of llirre lo ocfrt!r. nnd lo lli I'nnnr't l!i imnuiit Mnl Un I ol how lhl will br re. when nalecil fur line of lire wnt.r wort iro complm!; wli'roniMin, (JonneMniro tne Mynr Inlcr, Di h ii t '! Helm iilil I'linimlttre GO WM. BASISK n LOCAL NI2WS. Hrn i IIhv, nml Ontn.BO to AM'KUU M(il)ANltil'H. The tvli'KMpti oftlco In to lo mnvril from tlio KlhiKor bookstore to tlio KsprpiA nlllcc. But- - Oo to tlio Kucket more for the clionpcit Tliiwro in IllukniHii. Aec-onliii- On motion, Itif otfice o( upcrlsl .jjjy, MrKnr Wttttoff (SICCESS0I.S & TO t30 JOll.V Sam&a. WITT ISO,) e Iii tills lot arc Sack, Fioci. jml CuUiuay Suits that hold lor $27.5, S:'.oo, 822.50 and J520.0O. XjioI; fillOICK &m F to the p'"6 "n" roriuei I'riccs,SlG will nml wpntlicr prophets tln-rbo twputyllvo anowM this v Inter. Mr Imltes' Unnilkcrclile from KC- 3u to lUc at llio KnKot oro. Owenslioro Is going in build ii tnmpornry midltoiitim for Hum Jones to bold u meeting in, with imparity for C.OOO or 0,000 puoplp. m rou JLaOt I 510.00. tintl .'1 ol), 15 (A), 1100, 12 50. Cheaper Lois at $'1 50 Wort. 5; fiioir'K 0 ?11 no, 10 worth $' 00 au.l for 0(, 3-- I sa.no. U 00 and 8 rfT.. as W. J' turn-- nLja)ittt GirtiWh p.trj 1STE OlS.lT'O S2Tm H- tij CoHuelmfn lil.r: lit it orJjinfil t"j the 2 JIickinw,hyi JJiat omaiANCK KxmniNri TIih followlnr ordinance we hk. limit. Staple and Fancy Groceries, "quick SaVta i,d PmaU Vrofilf. Clinton El, Wiltlnc'a oWtatand. pru.nteJ y' 'ls& - 0 fer7 f - The MnrnliAll county Jnll Is -without mi ocoupHiit, mid tlio lieu-to- air These Goods must he movtd. The room is worth more than the piofit. mtlnfietlni In I" Tribune says tlmt In threo resiling. THAT the eekiti of your Shoos. wear On motion, iLe ruin were tipptnJcd, j ears loncor that county will not und ji ordinance m p,eil its second j nu want lu consider owe n cent. , remline, nnd heiug pill tipun lt final QUALITY, HHr I.cuvo your Lnnndrynt Sunws iiiianlmoii'ljf curie I. FIT, ders A: ltlre''s Shoo HUun as ni:iiiNt i to rmtMT niu: rtcui ad I'HIOK. to be cnlUd for Snttiriliijs. iLfcrntc l.AMiy. The (otldnin ordinance this year on ' ni ato Lent commrnrPA SHOES, The special delivery stamps Tlio property known ns the It Is said that yellow fever has nml Iho the lAtli dny of He t orilainttt the Council e t).t Citif rj To glvo satisfaction, mutt dutoleofl of Fiishlou nru iilro.nlj now in nsn will bo chanced in col a fum footing in Klo .Janeiro, and Fleming Hotel, Fulton, Is to be llitiman, A'y. 1ul snjr pcr'Cii wilfullj is htill preseut in llum.J rented, Saturday, Maich 4th, nl 2 tliootini at. Iiraklii( or lamperlng nitli wniruv. To wear, well prrpiiriiiK to clothe tlipmsolves in or fiomtoblue to u dark oraune mi eholerH Wlien lie mistaken for Colum- luirtr. ins not forolunera beciu to o'clock, p. m , at Fulton, bi Mu anr t they inn aI bo mule well suck cloth mid nshes. UrM tn ibe l'A of llielcmiii, bian ont. stamps Tlio change i pour lu nest dimmer, it is coing ter Commissioner !ajlr. hall ho fined not Irm, linn J GO nor more nml of good material, it & n wrj :o Haltzkh IhanilO1! for eich orTene, lo he reeo'erril Ia oijii'illy nn Imjioitsnt ndilsnl one and will nine to be ii risky tiitfliiesa to mlugle Workmen aro now engaged In the citjr court, snd for wl'fiiUy :. .0 IV(K.irl & much trouble. with them ut the World's Fair. Hint thtty jit well, uml Siuw'tf for erecting tho stand pipe for the Inj; or di.irr.wcinjj o( any fire plug, not Linen Collars and Uufl's. thou the J'fue mutt be right. Self LiulipN, don't wear Hickman The eleo fn than id nor more sir An elegant llnu of Ladles trio light water works. aro being rrth'e lu the ciiy court. Ibau $100, recor. 'I he Auditor litis nlreml paid out b uiniiiiij; an old, and (Jeiits' Merino ITudenvear at street lamps OUR SHOES WOOOOof Uin $100,000 npptopri-ntchem j Machine. Cull at Cow pill's prices to suit the limes, at the p'ured, and It looks like the com- an Tlut Ihla uulinnnce lake efftcl frini ftrr iu nujn, for the propel rrprpseniatinii Diuj: Store und ot n pletion of both plants will be not inert nil Uipo requireOn motion iti Itaeket Store. ordinance w nt pn.ftd "Now llniiic," the befct many das hence. lla firsl rcadliiK ment. They lire made of ICriittirky ul tlm World's l'nlr Tin conlmnod cold weather in Hi? m.iikct. lie rules nrre anapetiiUd On motion, tjxeiiilly to order for iia to the CommUslouprs. IST Helorp insuring your life, and aiid oidnianu nJa pou'ed on ilnnlil iri(iiilv lulnreil ulieat. of tli host inntrlMtA nml nr Don't forurt tiinl "Arlillm 1lie Oiiiillng Star, n pilati.d'n,i rmnirrs say tho outlook nt sco IS. it, Lm:;oN and get his rralinf- - n'"l Ifln pm upon iia ittarconl linal pu. In llio best possible man- tot" Is the best Flour in UieLiimu. Cinciiin.iii and New Orleans ctleum present is anything but encour-er- , rates on the now Distribution if.e at no iiiicnou.ily ciriinl ner. In 111, thev art At.ritlUi McDaniki.. was wrecked I13 the ire at aging though good weather fiom Policies now n b. the "Otd ii 0l'l"IAMt CaKlTIMI St'l'T. OF WATIE rotn fort alilit a n tl llllk, ,TC, UiIn time on may can so a marked Mutual." In event of' death, The Murray Lodger thinks the I 01 ut Pleasant, Mo. She had easy It In n pleasure to Tho Committee appoinlrd bjr the Mayor the expiration of tent Callowio county jiill will lnuc to laige em go on board. It is he- iiniirovenieiit. and result In u cood wear the in. lleied ehc will bo almost years, alt premiums returned to- lo draft an rdlrmtire creating (lie nflice nf total jirltl for 1S'J3. .. i bo enlarged to nreomuindnte the .1 - I... Supl of W.irr Woi'aa and EUclrlc I.ht", rtl II HIUloss. of crlinliinlM, whonrn rnuillii? lit aicn the Mnannv crnntlpmon gether with the face value5:S the nod ilennlui; ... dulirs of tame, ptctmi UIU. - A nice Hue of . . i'lie Boat Proof aro the Items Meek by twos ami IhrecH. f5S22 . " "Tl" Hose' report as coining from reliable lilWT. from 18c to 20c at Kuokot Store. -- Tho Nashiille American says:! "rJi,,3"c.'' "'"eh' "" m0Jiuu l"1""1 l,s Hesl Lead Pencils. :ic. Ink 6 Ott Clinton gcutlemou that tlio Illibir 3o per bottle. Wrltlug I'apor 2c The Hickman Creamery now nois Central will commence to i. 1. vtara or uicicmau 4vy., B.iNtu run ores. Duo Dmicolii Hut tier quire at the itiickrt. in the cily .esterdav. He is L'nlli'H ptoiuises, und is reasonably cer- build the railroad extension from Mayor Union rrpartel that. In a i....... i.in...l .i."it. tain, to boa booming soccers. Ten Clinton iia Moscow ami Hickman said to bo the man who kills most eucs in the r ler of the Council, maJe at iLuLuZull r.. All the leading Dailies, Weekat farmers have contracted to each to Memphis about tho first of of tho ducks at Heelfont I.ako the called mttli"i;on Stltla inet., ho hid be , ,. , live Opera and Creolo lasts.. 'Ln " lid , Mugiirlues ranO. Iniil furnish not less than 30 gallons of March, provided tho Keutuekj which iufeiinr marksmen cumo turned oer lo Mr J, It f It ' ' '"fc" ii.oir.uiKii.ui. milk daily for two .tears. This Legislature enaoto the new cor- and claim that they bagged. lioulavf Ihe denomination of "flOWeich, t hiiiI""" L'naal in lirnutv. "" "'" ' "' ' """", ,,ur a"J secures at least 1.0(H) noiiiids of nnratlon law bv that Onto. The ii IWard ouco killed .'100 ducks Nu iil.'.'J, it, SI nnJ 'JS, on wlr an wrar to any 2..W Shoel " elrctrio liiihl contract, tiVlnt hU receipt In town. CniuiirBlliuin.i,MU,"""u,,K,1,,,1,,,,a2"' milk daily. The parties hae Ions- Courier vouches for the reHjiblljlfcitaa 'wT4l!glc day, flrlii;3'Jl shots. belaj filed irllli ibe forsjine, alJ AV) I1.1V0 110 fe.ir of the Wttrj'! MrOiiD Hiirk n.4HpttHiicr; en 1110 creamery for :: year, and of Hie gciiwamei) inaKing'iuc rv" City Clerk TA 11 : vrffC'Ki iciTilt. On motion, council adjourned, they will sell 3011 the TrflTiAViitrli. the stork in same should soou be port, but further tho deponent & ou slid Chains fur less than they gilt edge. ir accounts for sa.ieth not. "a:vPleasH come 1S92 are now Allot, W. I MuRuicms, Clly Cleik 82.50 due foiAaid uud ran be bouizbt lu the ntv. ornint- - m" seti'p and savo cost. 1:27 fine Diingol.i Stioes me. the' thin, in their lino. ladles 2:321 It. H. BltKVARU. irry Utt W- for the! in the caso of the (Tom, vs. n,,, .,iri,n t ur. pric, uud will compare t.nnla.liiiip. Mr. G. O. Koaeu, an old anil favorably with tlmsnsolil noH or ,01I(I0 JurnK, the Jury well known rituen, died at Ida elsewhere at ?;i.(10 """ fa ed to nirrer. anil t ho cjsh rous homo in this county, 011 Friday J30. Wo li.iie them in to the next term of the court. The greatest HAHGAISS ever last. He had been in bad health 11113 layl and width, fur 3 ear ur more, und et Ids known on my Iteintiaut Counter:tlM buys s good pair of 1 lot of Men's Co. its, good ijualHod HlaiikctH at the Itaeket Stoic. death was unexiiei-'eIn hi ar OUR LINE 80,tl ut a 8 lo The dcce.uod was a! qnaiuunre. Work will be tiegnu at once of Lidies, Mlssos a d to .i.()0. good rtti7en, n mon of stiong anil .f, IK Mcn'i. Pants, $1 to S2; cost 2 Uhlldreii's line Shoes Is on the Kentucky World's Fair poaitno cniivietinnia, a brave solbuilding, and forfeit of (50 a no rnmpletr. comprisdier, uud a deleted friend to thoM to f:i."50. Men's and Hoys' Hats, cost 7fic ing everything uuw and iliiv after Aurfl 'J'Jml uill tin 1111I1I he hketl. He was a member of . If It is not completed by that date. stilish in fool wear. the Church, of the Odd Fellows, to b'2; ou Itemiiaitt Cuuntor at 25c Children's Shoes. 2Sa 'Ma, ISc, ami emoyed the good will nnd to 1.50. Kentucky contributions to tho Ou the same counter you will !',, ami upwards. fnei ileldp of UIUII3' of our best must be sent World's Indies' HuttouShoraSDo worth $1 lu to the Fair exhibitDepository by Shoes people, and eRpMeialiy among the Hud Ladies and Children' Loulsillle " " from ltlc to ji 00, Se. worth .l.2.r older class of citizens. '1 he State must have ' " These irotuls arc vorv chnan. $I.:W. woith $1.(10 March 10th. b tho IO1I1 " JUfikluc n II o, I.I Mliln Keiuiltllnii. ,aud must uo snlil 81.18, worth $l.7r nil exhibits lu Chicago if you wear Tlio SIIOIC5 on you can't he t Hliilt. I.iwa, Nonptrirl. I Hig reduction on all other Dry Mens mid Hoys'Shoes, 70u, 7ou, of April. Midi inr Ci , of I) a nnea, an Goods uud Clothing. O.Su, and upwards. CjT When the water works are iinif.i-- t n r n n iiiatltuiion 'cm much longer wear new ones while the old ones and one lua n 1 HI lW 11,0. AMHKRG. lu opciatiou cicr.x h"ily should In nh h Ibe reslilmn of lie S'nte lii'iU bulb. Cowcill ,V Cowcill lake y upoa mih prile (.bamlitiau'a Coiijth Shoo is not .13 are being repaired. Our The Missouri counties, as far Ittiu.Hv ban become Njtlonil in & Co. feep nice Soaps, a Sponges, Toilet anJ l Itii iwn lu i.earlj eery boil'e down as tho Arkansas line, are oriialetH, besides lull lino of exquisite as our Five Dollar, hut it hass live dollar I ol the Mile an I liri.iiglimn the ureal ganizing to build levees for proand Odors. W'rIt. uirrita are heioaii.v - i'iINIi tection ag.iiiut the Hoods of tlio wear in it. II pii of America For aala tv MfANioslppl. Hlver men aro busy prepar id Mr. Mossier, governC. A llitcoinhe, I'rueciel. ing for tho thaw lu the Ohio. If ment englneei, was expected at the rise is gradual, as seems probThe livery stable of Mr. John Point Pleasant Mo., last week, to able, the Ico can be broken loose t . Ford was lotall.i destroyed by (ire let the contract for tlio levee down and floated off without any damSunday night. The oiigiu of the to GayohO. It secina that the age being done. file ih ntipiitised by moHt people to Government is giving mil. There arC.KNTS You will find n be tl.e result of accident, 11 being is no lev en work ou the Mississipcomplete Hue of "'. t 07' Linen first dlscoveicd lu tho h.iruois pi more practical, or that would Collars uud Cuffs ut room In addition to tho building redeem n much land nt so little 1 LI H.vii Zh.it & Slivw't). and feed stuff, nine horncs, one cost, as tho levee from Hickman liurk, one stirry, and lot of liar to Tiptouilllo. Tho policy of tho days of Tho linliny, spring-likucss icio lost. The fire engine Government Is to glvo 'half Hie last week tell us that the lolce of and (rater works did good woik cost of a leiee where the local will soon be heard in the umpire lu tie. protection of adjoining community given half. Two years tho laud, and the base lull reportbuildings, but nothing could lnuc ngn the Hiokmsn and Tiptouville er will again be one ol the potent ai, Si.ved the stable. In the burning Lovee Compnuy had tnoro than in the world. Mr. W. II. Clay, n Storks, of tho Fullonlan,. 3C& powersDolls below cost, nt the "JuMsif Mr. Uui'tii Dodds, James this siibsuiibeil iu laud, but this PHr Hiving recchctl an "apjilutinent"' citizen oT this tiouutj, and sow lieadlea and Jerry Mulnue, who wan before tho existing liberal l:21-tUaekel Store. from tlio Goieruor, now admits mill man, died, at his homo near had gone in to help icscuc horses Government appropriation. The Tlio Caso block of Iiiimupss that the First District has a fair Hickman, Friday last, and was and property, were cut off from levee to Tiptouvillo can bo built, hoiues on Clinton stieet aie to divide of State palionaao, thus buried Satin day. Tuck Olay, as all egress by tho li.imos, and came and tlt.it iu tho near future, if tho would have model iron and glass Omits. cturliy ilesiro3lug our aneieni ne wat 1.111111111113 Known, was a nam losinjj iheirliies. The tilde-laid of Mr. OIi.is. Oierby in priz- exeiulse tho ooufldciica to furuinh The probabilities aro that the La- battlo cry that "we never geli warm hearted, gonial, honest init'i, and had tnati friends, lie leaves fltCr lit. rtl.i1l.lt. f.wae.a I ,, ...... t.l.. the pielimlniiry costs of Inn in j clede House will also bo ticatud iiothiu' nohow I" family and a numborof lelntlvcf. enabled them to escape. AL-1' A HUNTS to iron mid glass fi out. We tin- - the euteiptise worked up, attendwent to the to mourn his loss. never t'ir McGlnty well, repoited. dcrstaud that the insuiaiico on the ed to, uud looked after continuknow how hard It Is to keep the as Oir Don't you know that Hob bottom of tho ously by the proper peiaons sucli property was about 9GOO. It seems, Huck Is the best wiitnb nml ..hw.i.-- Ho onlj (donned down to CimvChildren in Shoes. Coruo to the Rackot attention as a man would sometimes, as tlioy were determin- lepairerlii town I Ho has Store and got bottom The Kaeket Stnro guarantees a How 10 Nit to Doei ir Illlla. gnu to his own business affairs. had Ifi'KM'H I''K ed to wear them out in n day. 3enrs' exiietlcnce, and is tho ptU'i'n " Paints, UHs, tJliiBS, etr saving of from 10 to SO per cent. from Chicago Dally Ciiumef M.nj a Tiue, lite people haiohad luvco They run, jump, drag their turn doctor's bill has beeu aked by Hie u.o of talked to They keep u full lino of such 'ou all goods handled by them. cheapest them for a generation or anything to wear out their Shoes. CliambertAlu'a CoiiIi Itivnedy. The name goods. Reptesontutives liousebuld word In many pari, of the two, but they have never boforo and Stato Thoro are about OOO.OdO nores A shoddy ahoo goes vory quickly. "Otintry Chamheilain a mellelnea hate had the prospect of Government Senators arc to bo elected lu NoOno dav last weekn rotivirt of wheat lu 11 is to suv ths very 3:;i i vember. If the boys nt Franklort in the Uilili vino penitentiary de Panhandle, nnd corn planting the an exienshe sale in the WirU s Fair Cll.v help such as is now possible. beaid tnaiit people te'lif; In the raerlla of The "Llttlo Giant School Shoo" Is don't hurry up, tho boys at liomojliberutely cut 0110 of his hands ofl' gins in other paits of Texas ibis llirlr illlFni will remrdiea. For lule by 0 AtfciH-y- . llolcotnbe, Pnueiai tho HI'ST, mid only to be found will have the rare made tin and with a hatchet to 111 mil work, At' wook. If Prof. Hicks' prediction won bcfoio the adjournment. If you want any Newspaporor & SlIAW'tl. ter hncklug tho member he coolly ot Hai.tjskii cold mnl liaekwaid spiiug ut remarked: "Now, let them make holds, Texas may have a pretty In tho caso of the Com. vs. Magazine published, hand t lie BSr When you stand out to look mo work at that job" lie hailed good bread crop pi ire to D. V.. made before tlio A. T. Mitchell, cashier of tho FulKiimiril. 'at tho electile lights.voti will raloh fiom G aves county, and is a very frost is nut of the ground iu this ton Hank, charged with false Co,, Agents. Papers Wilson & or .MagaThla aniuuiit Ihe Iaiiiou Cliemlcul Co, cold. Go to Cowgtll's Drill? Store stubborn mid troublesome fellow. neck o' tho woods. swearing, which was in the hands zines sent toany mldieuB. wli will prove 'and Illl3' A bllttlo of Syrtlp of Tlir iropoaci to par lo anyone el tlio Jury when tho Courier went ;' 4 l.ll Miicd. that any one of the tMlmonlila, concern and Wild Cherry, or soma othur There- is every Indication that t0 preas last week, Iho jury re- It Shouii So in ivory Hous?. the ferhei of hundred., who wont'erfal ellool ul htR Hi ClilH Cood uoiiqIi medicine. This In'lhc the opening of spring will Iind the J. II. Wllaon. .171 Clay Hi., Sharpahnre, turned n verdict of gtlllty, lllld when broken daii in health, uppeilie Tmite, are not ireiiiiliie, Anjrone can write aays he will not he wiihnat Hr Kin a etl the puiilnhinont at one vear iu J. W. Slraiighnn, tho Jowolor. cholera again an ephlcmio in Geruo energy, and by the leuM exertion and flgii Actiidoua wpII llaltrl"K ankle many. If such bo the rase, it will Njr iaaoierr for CWumplInn, Ooudie the C niteittliiiy. The verdlul Was none, known to this community us are exhausted and until for hiiidueis and tiamea, lint "l.rniou I'hlH Tunic" atandi at Polda thai It cared Ma wlln who waa set asTtlu lUl h.'d 4 est .twril, i;,l,,j. I5.il Ilia held at a Hlno I'liiilicr. a central an excellent watchmaker, litis lo- require the most energetic efforts threnlene mid a new lil.il granted vrith i'neiiinnnl t nfter an attack lonlo ant! appclitvr. I.einon Chill Tonic cated permanently in Hickman. 011 the patt of the health ofllcluls of ' I.i Orlpe," when arloua other rem. ou tlie irrouutls that the sheriff COc bottle of Lemon Chill Tenia lima rotor-e- l pirfcct laal pleaant aa lemonajj rtnJ a lartte hi Ho makes a specially of Hue of our country to keep tho dis- ediea anilsereral phjatclani lial dono her hrtllj permitted Olio of the jurors Ing them to take nalirattb, Iuslat on bar- it an tibttliltc. I'aoh Ihe rrK'llar dollar alte. AV fur lmion wutchcH, und guaranteed Ids work. ease nut. It Is well enough, how. no noon iioneri narner, or iooKport 10 leavu the Jury room and go inla auiriiiteiJ to do Juat what la olidm. Chill Tonic and Inslat on galling what over, for local authorities to take . 1.., m.iin. rtum .lew u.acoYery 0 Hie HUIlll llllllll tO lIKh u qites- - ed for II ur money rrfiinJcd Manufac-(mi.r. yon nek for. Take no .ulwtitute. but net a On Wall Tiiper time by tho forelock mid preparo mi. tiuno mill intiro ddoi men Mnvminff' l0iOt ,h0 Jll,,K' t,U' l,1W re,lUl li tho Loin on Clieiiiicul Co , I, ex. tuWlle, and rou will thank llils paper for knocking prices down to for emergencies by inaugurating he eitr used for Lnnj tronlile No h eniivlllu, I'lu ,na I New York, N. V, Weil, druwlnc )'"ir attention to ita mrrlls, We are nav ii. irr irm iriui tiatiiiia si i;. i higQliut the Jury should bo ke l I'rice oOc, for sale and guaranteed b push sales up. fiOo will paper a n thorough system of cleaning as A. Iolfloaili'i drua store. Largo bolllta jtogellior. The CU80 gOL'S over to era whuleaila depothe,1'uluoih, ICy , where a I lreiil. all orders shoal For ..lie 1). 13. Wilson & Co. room. Cawuill Cowuii.l. soon us ptaeticablo. 60a aud 3 .00. tllOjilayStCTIIl. b Ciwill H Canglli, n Murk Hum' $12.00 8-SWntuli mid Cluiiii, gold, I.sdlufi Mere goes our SOo ami $1.00.T!iiH und (iciils Hires. lies uud Scarfs. RJr-Lo- ok 3ti; 25. fir In 3aL525 - C3. Ht 7, inrhiileA Scarfs u sold 50c, G(k and 75c. :cwc. worth lot arc Ties .'15c, 10c and 50c. Hickman Ijrinj lirlvrrn leontnee drrel itt.i, Exchange ulretl on llienortlt, Union utrrcl ou (he well, ami Cherr; on the xotilli, comprUliif lot Sen 0- lo 102, Ine'u.Ive. unltit litiilt of hriek or Alone, no. I entire! with !! or rarMl rixf, rtlil toi lo comprise part of wht iind Scarfs la known m li.e lire limit. on IIip al-I- lill t ir-r- J Council of th City of Our Mollo no Jionvfii or rheji tin 411 ul III ha In 01. 1 ll rnmu Aii) wMwmv national bank, i.9 DIH-EOTOHS- MUU. . 3IB.. jul: y- - like tiled from nml aflrr lu ptisxje, ibe lulcrtet of ibe city it. ilriain'lln rial 'J npllnmiCJ w a paiieJ lie finl urdiiMnc.e In I CAPITAL STOCK $50,000. . DDCilAKA.V,rJ. J. C. IIONPUUANT, It L ALFXANHER. K.CASi;, Judge C. L. HANDLB. J N. UKAOLKa, lAAl J A.TH0UP105, Jr. R. TufB-ila)- s SMITH, ELLISON e& CO. pis-.r- BUCHANAN'. President; J. J O nOKIURANT, Caibier; J X. UlHUI.KIi, Jr., I, AI.EX-ANUK- it, Atatatant-Caalilor- . & o 3 Wil-sou- ) hn-i- your-bpUp- s d I I llpht-riiti-iiin- n I m.i-chin- e 5a---8 'VV per-fre- t, I 1 lie-for- e I VJ J- ...... - - CT5 -- rm I1 fx! -.- UmrmJUm tSZr o lHJt'MwilJt Z. it TTl 4$W& JK t7 WM lUltVarTVlBBBnVaaVI UtfwSI VTXPmWmwmMUlmWImwmwW . -- 11 - I all-wo- 1 1 I 1 d W 9 ... OSS "" 'rTr:vf?mmmw' uir " -- " "- - 1 - oti-- dl I J'k Inivi-Me- TUB OLB BILIABLE. OHA-A.- 1 iS - rn-eip- i Our tiir HOLCOMBE3 Scaler lu FUNIS 1KB KV, B7E-STT- - - ,, ARK i Remnant Cafiater DRUGS. MEDICIIIES. PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDECX .1 d 11 irnrrn Ju O. L. RANDLE ATTORNEY-ARA: DR. L. P. BALT2ER, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, : 11 SOLES Hickman, : : : Kentucky. HICKMAN, Offers bla : : : KKNTUCEY. peoBt'sV resumed the pracdee of law HAVING!te Ida prompt and undivided Office, cor of Jackson and Kentucky 0 alleotiou lo buslncea cotruncJto bli care. profnilonal sersless lo the ple of llicl nian and aiclnlty. EARTH? HTfC.LV ihing Xyl'K. 1 Dr. L. OTLEY PINDAR, VJ iuu-'- I 11 i 11 Smith, Ellison Two-lufi- repniM-lio- I'.x-trac- ts I 11. -i 11 ,mmmmm f u iiee. adders nirfa. Taken up ne sirays, hy S. J Noonan, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, on the Stale roil, inoinilri west . of Cayca, In Fullon county K , Sve ear HICKMAN, KENTUCKY. llogs.'as followa: 1 hlack rtttr, k; vckkd steer, 1 speckled lielfrr, f ro ai.d hole In right ear, each branded wnh "T" on right Ke.ldenceand oftire ajjjiiiing Judge S 25 U2 Mp, valued ol $o.00. Alio, O'io red bull, no brands or marls anlhle, taiued at $3.00 One dark beifer with hide while nli cro(i 1111J pots no sidck and neck. CORK I split iu left car, valued at MOO Oleen under my haul a. Jumice of the dO I'eiico of Fullon county, Ky this 100,00a BUSHELS WANTED, Ilt.NRY I'AMS. , 18-J- 1t HI O'Eoa at CORK! A. W. LINDSAY, a w, A 1 1 o r xx ' ya t-- e HfiSrif L la. f I 11 - HIOKMAN, KY. CSMTTiih H.EXIurrrll IS ! I will pit the dullest mirket prtcu for Com deliTercd at ihe ttallroad depol i' llickn.iiu, or aurwhere ou the river bank; between MedleCs aud the Slough Landing; or at Mat.on's, bhuek's or Dodds' Switrlits. For further information, sen 11 W. J. 1IAHKY. Sffurne'i drut store. ll-l- S COAL! (Ml UUKKKA, COAL! well-know- Attorney;.- - at - L? v Office I'llTSUUKO, ILLINOIS LU V, and ANrHUACITE, In any ipunllllrs denirtd. 10a f our Hickman lhuk. HICK.NIAN, KY. iil Will aMend promptly lo all baalneaa mchl-i-'Olo bla care ft land-owner- 11 s y - , I. DR.S.K. DAVIDSON. HICKMAN, salb ur 1 ! Dentist, PARIS I1KJKMAN, : & : PARKER, : lui-dno- KFNTUdKY : KENTUCKY l.fl-'O- d i Ofllcc over Cowgill & Oowgill's Dru Store. hjickman 13. garble Works, HICKMAN; KY, iam thrifty-lookin- g iMAURUs EBEKLE. C. RAMAGE, DIALla IN :V'cvsici Merohaat Tailor, HICKMAN, KY. Shop in Laclede block. Aral data rrltnuuuri, firat-claa- Italian and Ameiiioan MONUMENTS. MAnni.s 11 STOVES. IDMll AND OUAVC n BAY1NU norkoitn. Imported foola, arilallc Cutting Satlsfaclion ' I.15UJ i;u.r-ante- - - d. red lo fill all orders. Call and exmuino inr work Orders from Ibe country promptly Sllrd. iu slock, a noe lot of Iiallnu Marble, I am pre-- pi I fix-l- ., 1 f- -l I I hot-1I- 0 - in-.- , I e r- I 11 ,V I 1 I'ru-ijli- ii. All persons luiktied lo ibe linn of J. If yon ant ro.ltr., , U toil .ut Atr.brri'a bon, er n II. fl An,l,,.'ri', hy U ,.. -- jst Bill note or account, are i'1'iestej lo com forIf vull walll etnlrmeiit.. U you a.al Liter IUJ, ward and ieitle, aa lbs bualnea. of Ibe If 1011 wmit ot. llr.J., nrm'Bf J. AmlvrB s tfona must h wound If )oil a. nt llu.lli... C.tit., II U.A.MUKltU. up. If you until li.ltlus t.iill, ut IUII Imitation., If yuu If yuii muiiI MiIidi Txi, Also, ptriona liol lliijf olabna aaind II .run oaiil llualui.. Circular.. Iho eatate of II V C Vmherit, deo'd. are In foci. II )"' t JOB PRINTING -- I any de. tn a notltisd lo tile sains, ptupsrly proved ac- - .ertillini. iln.wuuta inn.! .alUfHcturi manii.r. yo ..tUtlrd by calling at Ilia Iiht uiir cn oordinff la lw, for icttlnuent. II. UAMUKUU. I.iiii-I"'H1 11 Motioe. Look at This I Courier Job Office. rT im 3" wV, ' Wstri 1 - J. An Expert' Opinion. xxlj I alto had a tial ro'Jjh. Hood's Sarsi pirllUJuil about am ei! injr life. It irate ms peace." Hut what Is rellgMii? The fact is that theological study la had a differeffect some-time- s "Every box has been In perfect condi- ent effect upon tne Kfrom the 1 tear out produced. very a ear tion .vhen It camo Into my hands, and nnother until 1 leaf from "my the eontents nurd (flven complete havo ouly three or four naves left. In It Is nn act of simple justice, words, n verv ' "f a"1' plain undnhon pleasure, to recommend It other statement of Christian icf. unqualifiedly to American housewives. An ogl Clirlstlan m nlstcr said: "Mawov Harland." "When I nnsu youmr man I knew everything; when I got tube thirty-fiv- e Cnitljr A peculiar case of expensive sentl-mo- years of ajc In my ministry I had only n hundred doctrlnrnln reluriou: when I tva tli-i- t nf Alliort Smttb. of pot to be forty yctiri of aire I hnd only Va. A party of oil prospectors, 'jnvlnp becomo conrJnerd (lint there fifty doctrines of itjont hn 1 jfot to vn oil on his farm, decided to bore a be st.Nty years or age man oniy ten well in his orchard. .Smith objected doctrines of religion, .ind now I nm dy vcara of nge, nnd ttrcnuously, because It would destroy ing at seventy-tlvin apple tree for which he had a partlc-Ja- r there Is only one iking I know, and foumlncts. After vainly endeavor that is that thrist Jesus camo Into the Ing to havo Smith change his mind tiic world to save sinners. And so I have prospectors removed their apparatus noticed In tho studv of God's wort! and few feet beyond his tree on the edge In the contemplaUuit of the character world that It uf another man's land, and in a few of Uod and of the days oil "as flowing at the tale 'f one Is neccssaiy for me t drop tills part of while hundred barrels an hour. 1'anrci iny bvliuf as being .Smith saved his npplo tree anil hit I cling to the one great doctrine that a got thirty-liv- e thousand dol- man is a sinner and Christ is his ul mighty and d'n mc avlour. lars In royalties. N. V. World. .Now, 1 take these three or four leaves Customer This nlcture of n Ml of my theology and I find that in tho A rf ll.inl,., ' I. i If r.mtlanl ... .. .'-- . btlrst place, ami dominant above all oth- (food! It i so natural that io have cri--, nen is the sunshine i religion. to hang the thermometer in the othci co Into a room I have n passion for nnd of the storo to keep tho murcur) throwing oih-i- i nil tho nhutters. Thnt from freetlng. Inter Ocean. is hat I want t' lo this morning. We are npt to tlirou so much of tho sepulI don't consider English AVhlppcr men to bo nearly such bad fellows ai chral Into our religion, nnd to close the tic-- might he. SuapperNo, indeed. shutters, and to pull down the blinds, that it Is only through hero and there a 1'nck. They might be Anglomaniacs. crevice that the light streams Tho religion of the Lord Jesus Christ Is n religion of jov indescribable and unutterable. W hvrcvrr I mi fiud n bell I mean "t ha bail the crip the last two winters to ring it Last winter It prostrated mo as thatl baJni If there are any In this house this strength tail eouM not morning who ar' disposed to hold on to I tat '.o my work. their mclanrhoi and gloom, let them ilotrn and cried manjr tiow depart tins service lieforc the fair-rttme., I wa so liluo litest nnd the most rn- ami tho ant fllKouraicil. I hail the universe comes In, Treat pain la my hack , diant beingof .a ' f' and scroti mr ItlJneyi . Itod's ton ba tur world, but lJor and throush mj trhola laughter is here. lihe her room! o thenumerotH(llicfllon by iho mIou-list- s nml hyglcnlst. m to tlio relative raluo of the various balclntf powders. A careful sifting of the crtdeuco leaves no joubt n to the nuperlorlty of tlio ltoyul Halting I'owdcr in purity, wholesome-neiin.l atrengtli, from n scientific itandpolnt. An opinion, however, that ivlll hiiva perhaps greater influcnoe vlth on. practical housekeepers, Is that ;lvcn by Marlon Harland, tho and popular writer, upon mat-er- s pertaining to tho science of domes-tlecoiiomy, of houckoeplnp, and of 1 oaio cooking. Inn letter published In tho I'hiladclphla Ladles' Homo Journal, this writer says: "I regard tho Royal linking Towdcr as tho best manufevt tired nnd In the market, so far as I have nny experience !n the uo of such compounds. .Since the introduction of it Into my kitchen, I Vavo used no other In making biscuits, cakci, etc, nnd havo entirely discarded comfor such purposes tho homc-madwell-know- n o Oitr readers havo doulitlcsi noticed JtELIGIOX. Bright Suimhlno Sheds Its Light Upon tho World. It HrlnRa l.lle Klernal I" Hi' Mnful lor till ot irnrth-- It It Ihr llnlr Minlilr of (ii).ll)r. Tnlni-',,,"","- Rev. Dr. Tnlmage Nimlay forenoon preached to u "gre.it audience in tho of Tabernnclo on "The l'roverbs the text choen HI., 17: 11 ess." "Ilerwaysnrtf")t,'l,lt'asant' . gottt-- You havo all heard Hon. daughter? camo down over tho h "' l1,,r world. n 1,cr lirow Sho hnd queenly Men was celestial ratlin m-lhr voice was n Mvtext music. Her name is lie Introduces her. . ''Her ai 'iro wnysof r paths are pleasantness, and nil ," arl of Hod's She was bom Heaven, hho Hnc j n f '1" OIll.v " bination of orcain of tartar. one-thir- d soda, two-third- s Balls-factio- Vh? Mil-for- f.-r-.j The Grip Twice Mr. wj liru. auu .llit,lr tun reel well. tlvbluv tu.l voaidua Muin I shall alwijrs bo a warm Wend to Iloola Stniaptrlui I do not vriat Mas. an7lhlnt better for a famllx meJlclnc." Uxzre CURT. Waihfastoa Vllli-- e, It I. N, II. Ho sure to get Hood a Sarsapartlla. Hood's Cures HOOD'S PILL3 '0 potlr Tecetail Mr ttcUrliarmle.t.al'ra;. reliable a nl beneficial. . DR.KILMER'S, nw ! '"caTKIDfO LIVERS KiuiiCt u w twsi? miiirin iiniiiK, lil'ij, Diltftolvcs Wrr.vcl, trnlmnjinftcriiriiiiillfn:. i'iilr.1.1131 in mi urine. Tiitiatsin urine. wont r Liducy cures urinary truutilca muiI Itrilii'8 Disease, Torpid or enlarged lirr. finilLrcath, lilllnii-ai-hillous htaiiaihe, oor itistttkm, eouU I Liver Coniphaii.C. P&M nt iIliHcultli. .t(iiTW.7of treucot At Catarrh & Bladder, Irritation, oflammattoit. calls Cr.mt-Cccctf0tlctO- l;rusjl(H .111 OuU. to Hralta" frca Ilru Kilxlii A Co., UiiauALrox. N. V. lrnsul, 20c. ftlzr, nlecrntlon, drtbl'Ilntr, bkxxl.mucuj &r pus. rwil,l( t nfuod Jim tlit trio- - ld. $1,00 Sire. Or. Bull's Cough Syrup Si', "hr: xjL Flower" in tali ty and tig LiSb L general debility. After taking two bottles I gained 69 lbs. I hac sold more of your August blower since I have been in business thaw auy other medicine I ever kept. Mr. Peter Zinvillc says he was made o new man by the use of August FloMcr, lecommended by mc. I have hundreds tell tne that August Flower has done them more good than nny other medicine they ever took. Gkorgo W. Dvn, Sardis, Mason Co., Ky. I used August Flower for Loss o( BiIeBeins Small Mt!. If Jach OusrsoUtd.to cur nJ Trice SJc. C'oiitlialluii, Tlctur "7, IT, J. I. Smrt A CO.. Kur u!o Ly drurelsti. 70" oJ mpl Joi fret. Plllouf Attsctf. Sick. 40 li ach XOM. Pr:UUn. htW CURES RISING -. .- BREA5T jcr. tx-c- -. .- 1 litio a muiwlfs for rnmii toilsii. In tscli cara mil btro ''Mothir's I rlcnd" lmillriiucU It Ui crmnithr I readers tail rtlietcit taacti tivlterlng. ItUtUUft lemedy for rllne cl IN bicut koowu, ml o'ilitli rlv- - for that hlua. Um. il. l. iiui'iTcn, Wonlff jr ny, Ala. fni ty ni.reii. Chirac i.iipalJ, na recti pt b(r'iili-ui'rlHm- fttiertd "MOTHEirS FRIEND" BtSWTSW . UIlAnniELD REQULATOR CO., Ibid lx Hi 4natUh ArtAWA, iK ami To. tfornormondDRILLINQ WELLS. tmmm'mm'mwmmm'm'mw turn out differently from what was irli'l tail rtriami uroni supposed. There Is a useless woman In JOU WEEKS' VACATION . trHMl 1R Aft tm 4Cfl Afl Can Ut imJ mnnlli. perfect health. There Is an Industrious A BRAVE WOMAN'S DEATH. llau- - v,?j?xs&&y,vtY.is?''i IUansu lnrnCTicAnt.r..-i:gb- cri nlv (f HlAllrfnrdl.rVwC'illt.ulr.,'!!! F i'.r --- nad consecrated Tress.:; a csrsp'.ct: ir illl I4CVHII WIllM- f- I" ,IUU HIIUIV, .J mend Ibrm."." lAwjvr. llivik'Ti Kh CsrrUtl Ilia kirer. ! t of Ur Hnbn'i been wepiyesented In novels us tt wcalljr nuiaaiuuwTMiiiK xalld. There Is a bad man with 150,000 rapuer dm tntoi. flu.raqlMNl to enr r.f f. llngtutent In llslllr. nrMlNIn, Inn: lrira All rnl.. IMI.rliC la." Thanls lllght "Certainly not A novel Income. There It a good man with .. Kvr aai:iit iaai iki. At (larfield Hospital, Washington, must bo bright enough to bo entertaining $S00 income. aiiatttua rrfw,.!M. Why Is thnt? There is a recently occurred the death of Mrs. boforo It win succeed," Puck. too of society who lives on, doing all . f 10 UMMailt 4l.'h. flh IUr CUBAN Kllxa U Cutler, wife of Capt Cutler, tho damage he can, to seventy-fiv- e o ' IX iiin,i.,.ii..M.ra. i7 .U riRlOC Tub Wire "Morey on met Johnny's r the of the fallen in ui. tiMto. a. hm k, years of age, and here is a Christian arao tiu ten feel the totvn well, m senate, and also In charge deep." IMItor (calmly) and it's thousand rutted States fnther, faithful in every department ot "Fivn A..V.IC-- 11 143 3" ot tho lnter-stat- e commerce commission dollars damages, tho paper enlarged sml years of age tukcu life, ut thirty-fiv- e . Will-MMITIMJ lx Allttllll.ru. I'lt.kaK rooms. For tho past four years .Mrs. inn inoriKTRo uiieu. inn 10 ru win pro- away by death, his family left helpless. ,. aaw Ik .i,rtUual I. ILL. .1.1 101 Car l'onntnitlon. Cough. Croup, Kr Cutler has been buttering with a cancer, Vkla I" Atlanta Constitution. Explain that. Oh, there Is no sentenco Tbre:t SU fcy all Untxitlt oa Ouirulr. 'Hr" which slowly but surely sapped her of tcner drops from your lips than that A Han IjOokoct. "What do you thtuk ot strength and beauty, and eventually her tills: "I enn not understand It, 1 can not new lol 1 tho board life. She had Wen treated at several company?"of director of Iho are peoplestock "Halt of them who understand It." of the best hospitals in the country, arc cjpablo of nothing, while tho test are well, now religion comes In just at and submitted to repeated operations at capable of anything." rilcgendo Dialler. that point with Its illumination and its tho hands of some of the most skillful explanation. 1 here is a business man To the nearest JniRstore forabottleof Duranc's Rhoumntlo peclallsU, but all in vain, Tho last lx tni DtTnixo nsTtnusnuiNT "Look who hns lost his entire fortune. The operation was performed recently at here, I told you I wanted tho temperature Remedy, a meJKine that never falls to cute itieumatlm. week before he lost his fortune there I 1U, und It Is taken Internally nnd does the wor'K promptly, without druiRlne the Garfield Hospital by Ur. J. Ford wonder, nowyoufind It 110." Attendant "No were twenty carriages that stopped at it lenvo tho thermometer la Thompson and others. The operation tho water so long " Flicgendo matter. the svstera w Ith rolsons. the door of his mansion. The week nf was successful, but tho patient "t un This Is not a new remedy that you need wait for your neiclitvr to tcr he lost hU fortune all the t rUc able to rally from tho shock and expirllow'a TliU! you could count on one finger. The tr , to fee how It works, as It has been before the public eighteen We offer Onn Hundred Dollars Reward ed from exhaustion. Kvery attention wrck beforo financial trouble began ears and cures when everythlnp, elfe falls. which could allcvlnto her pnln was giv- for any caseof Catarrh that cannot bo cured ' peopio an took on tneir Hats to him as Cure. CENERALS SHERMAN nnd LOGAN were Its en her at the hospital, and sho died by Hall's Cartarrh ct Co., Props.. Toledo. O. K. J Chenkt ho passed down the street The week friends, anJ neser falleJ to lecommenJ. peacefully, after much suffering. Wo tho undersigurd, havo known K J his financial prospects wcro under disMrs. Cutler's career before she came Cheney for the Uat 15 years, nnd beilleve During the past year the bottle has been enbrRrJ to rOUR TIMES cussion, people just touched their hats honorable Id all busluets to Washington was, In some respects a him perfectly iid Its original s,;e anJ the remedy creally Improved, so that u e now offer without anywise bending the rim. Tho traasactiots able to remarkable one, and she had the dlv out anr obligation financiallytheir firm carry you the best trealment fcr Rhoumntlsml'.RC.vnt3R'.td!;slsc!ri;e. mndu by week that ho was pronounced insolvent. WcsTct Tncix. Wholeoalo Drm-gisttlnction of lictng the'only woman peopio just jolted their heads as they The pru: Is one dollar a bottle, or six bottles for live dollars, anJ is O WatniMi, Ki.sxat ft Manvix, who carried tho flag of our counpassed, not tipping their hats nt nil; m)IJ b all reli.iMe dealers in drugs. Wholesale I)ruirglU, Toledo, O try upon the field of battle. Her maid- - Hall's Catarrh Curo Is taVen Internally, and the week the sheriff sold him out OUR 4ui;e I'AMPHLBT SFNT FREE HY MAIL. n name was Kllsa E Smith, and she acting dlrrvtlyupun tho blood and mucous all his friends were looking In the store was born In Orccn county, Ohio. In 1W surface of the svstcm. Price Tjc per bat windows as they went down past him. lie. Mold by all Druggists. Testimonials DURANC'S RHEUMATIC REMEDY CO., he married Capt Cutler, then n free. Xow, while the w orld goes away from 1310 L aTRECT, WAOHINQTON. D. O. engineer. They afterward moved n man when he Is in financial distress. Mantir "Tell mo candidly, does your to Monmouth, HI., where, nt the outreligion ot Christ comes to him and the j oul" break of tho Civil War, Capt Cutler wife care for didn't " Marigold "O its; I'd lleal.BKm 'i BBB'PBx I'i..u(rf XlU,'. rln uUmm! hrartl. agil t'nrrB;rjTAnPvl says: "You are sick, and your sickness TJBjt"l'orT 'teatorta Teata lniuinalln. raised the first company of Tolunters starre if the Is to Ins moral purification; you are befrom that atnte in response to I'resident Karly, If Hail! reaved; Ood wanted In some way to Lincoln's rail of 1S0I. For this achieve-- 1 nheumatKm la shorn of its terror. When Hull! l'niuiv, of Heaven! Ba a. Bl omk Bs aaaOw Bs bbB V J dB fl amBBaaaw itlsyounr. annihilate It with llostetlre' 'daughter of the I.onl God Almighty. take your 'family to Heaven, and ho ment he was presented with a fine silk flag, costing some J305, and also a hand- - Ktomach llllter nna prevent hlislong tor Coineln and mal.o tis house thy throne must begin somen here, nnd so ho took lure, irilischrunic.itl alvra) liable, to unco fiirOild In llrwil. the one that was most beautiful and BoW , villi some sword, the latter for crullantrv I attack tlin roam. . I.mma BBaaaB Jt W jiS aammSB.HK.rfaaJal !.! l.MM I.UU imimmf it. " nt..,l Mai. fl,. ful v not say poison taken tftcure It simply alleviate its ' during hU three months' service. In setting forth this idea, the domi- that mml r?duy to K"'" Kc.'btifiU w fj X' lXt ItUCri, U'W um.tA,'i(7r.WM2SSIJSS religion explains everything in this have been here now twenty years and una pro Wemielve dangerous in a Ping, In Februnrv. IMJ3. Cnnt CnllrA nant theory of religion Is one of sun- - life, not ono sick one have I mob-- wc an all ' It but I OF n....t'i-- " . iy,.VT.;: : ;.r .. tRiovcruo. imiigestion.llvcr amior kid. A.iI BEWARE la.l.tFRAUD.klTt --, sh'.ac. I hardly Iib-jwhere to begin, principles do say arelays down certain well in this- climate. it ney truuuic, po malaria lir. .na which loor grandly consola. I llOri't.Af PIIIIU.'V. Culler was visiting him there, stopping apatite and fleh are remedlM by tbe Bit. for there tiro so many thoughts that And then I stand nt the gate nf tho . ' nllti.MI I.. trie? .tamped 1Mnn IlaMgla. Bnrmn rush upon my soul. "A mother saw her tory. YonInknow business men often Celestial City to lee the processions at a house just outside the fortltlca- - ter4 ball.tn. in vk ciphers. The merchant In telegraph ; lorn M.raunr. Mono, where the flag was also child seated on the lloor In tho San Francisco In with L 0rit tStld cerrnarrr. ' little telegraphs to tho come out. and I sco a long procei.on of the excitement which followed kept first are loo troublebabe the church I that there mWW sunshine, and with a epoon In her hand. from four to ir the many in It little children, with their arms tn'l of GENTLEMEfi la la's Horn. She said: "My darling, what arc you merchant in Xcw York certain In flowers, and then I see n of attack on the day of the battle, the feet bich. A sewed filioo that will not rip; Calf, r . regiment took the field without Its doing there?" ' Oh," replied tho child, formation In cipher which no oth kings nnd priests mating prorc"a in celestial An Important IMfler'nro. er man In that lin? 01 business acamlei. amootlt Iruuh, more comlurtablr, "I'm getting a tpoonful of this pageantry a long procession, hnio priie flag. Just as they were fighting Tomakd It apparent to thousand, who atylUhaml durable tliau any other alioc ewe I might can understand; but the merchant black Would OoU f.hat y desperately against terrific odds they think thrraselve 111, that they are jiol toll! Olt lie tirlcc. T'renratrle. Kniialacualuin. tasscled vehicle, no moi were cheered by tho appearance of a prcfccut yon wlleainliig chalice of in San Francisco has the key to group; and I say: "How stran with nnvilie,s but tnat thoitnm . U!1! hos cvsliax bsa il to 5. uLi.wBBkBdBl-"nan, nun a awom in one Hand and simplytoneed rlcunalnff, I tu brluit comfort this glorlpuVfBUhfXIospcl sun- - the cipher, and the merchant In The follow!!) .r ft the Mine JilhUoJarJ ol has tho key to tho cipher, and on Where Is your (SrcciTm triumphantly aloft tho reel- - homo their brarta.asaivstlvornndillonl ....... m 1 BkBl your Laurel Hill? Where Is is PaBBBBBL. !. that Information transmitted there went' famous Hag. It wns Mrs. Cutler, eily cured by utlngKyrunot Kirs. Manu. .o r5.eo Hue. Calf. First of all, I find n Croat deal of sun- - enterprises Involving hundreds ore minster Abbey?" And they yoi BBK. 1 vJ ML V.K WISH 4.oo IVIUe. lannera ot LUcrariler. shx who had resolved to save the regiment factured by the California Fl' Syrup Co. m-..J of iBm Milne in Christian society BHr WB .aBBBBPPlBM w .5". .jj ou aa.cm i vroraiur atfo colors and cheer the boyi on to do their thousands of dollars Xow the provi- "There arc no graves here." I do not know of anything more dole Men moat liberal in their view give their VatBi '." am i.75 lur aouioa ana nojr. And then listen for Iho tolling of the best 1 W I akf Jaatrr i llaaiirxwcu. t dence of life sometimes seem to bo a opinions away freely before they are asked, ful that tho companionship of tho mcro She remained on the field so anl J.00 lymrol. I LAD Eft. X.BJ"a,- fBBB-i rigmarole, a mysterious old belfries of Heaven, the old belfries undaunted by the carnage, of battle, -l- 'icayuno. $. ft t I1.73 far Sllttc. of tho world the Thoinns senseless until orI listen to hear tticnf toll of eternity. rlBBBBBBBBBBBBBBaVBBBPSrr m Hoods, the Charles I ..nubs, tiic Charles cipher, and the Christian a key to that for tho dead, regiment 'V..sBB. r IB A DOTT TOO Owa TOOlll Fob Coron use but they toll not for the dered by Ihc colonel of tho on the Cum-to IlRow.N'a Hiiom-uu- l isn Tunotr DinoRpranever cipher, and though he may hardly be N!"lm to KM Uit 1MI Tlna tnt youi ffr y !r9WJnJVLs ro on board a transport Tbociic. "IUvo Mutthcws of the world the men whose able Uuooomlaa 1b toui to spell out the meaning, he gets dead; they only strike up a silvery berland river. She obeyed, nnd, going changed my mind respecting them, excert entire business Is to inaUc sport They enough of BT k I9otri br purcbaalii; W. the inclining to understand chime, tower to tower, cast gate to on the upper deck of the boat, with the I think better of that which I began by nial.a othci'n laugh, hut if uu will m- li. aMTucuta aaorm. wucit well of 'lltv. Ilttrj ll'ard littthtr. IlkTHis is Tin? that it Is for the best; Xow-- Is there not west gate, ns they ring out! '"They assistance of another lady, she planted thinking la boxes. lapraaaoi ua D.t valon w. ...w .........w ...v.. ..H.uu-'C.....shall hunger no more, nolther thirst the Stars and istripes in the face of the Hold only ai mtna pncoa mimuuil kv Igraphy you will find that down in their sunshine in that? Is there not pleasure nny more; neithershalltho sun light on enemy. tboaaaad can WtfS'.'isvh.wrr flr.i n '"t."."? Mill-.The confederates at once r- i v urj. uo tou weal Far beyond laughter, It U T1 Hif Ti hi I Iirosl8La. Dora -- "Jlmnson vowed with ... U . inj .. YTaaaaaaaaaaaaaba.Bbaa.j.. mil la 4l.m 1.(11 .. IV. ft.. .li...tn...lrt In thai? .U..l""1111. lUUlf oiicned fire on the boat and one shot oath that he'd marry Jesile " Cora .I.V4V UHUB i nearer the fnnntnln of tears than bois- them, nor any heat for tho Lamb which struck the corner of the pllot-hou- e aaaaaaaaaaaaaaSaaaaa1 l.auglilcr Is no of happires. The M n OU TYlllV'-jrrs.- . I r T "Then, if houinl outh, he ctn't make hit is in the midst ot the throno shall lead ITaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTal IH ILL vOKoaatVV-- i maniac laughs. Tho h era laugh.. The terous demonstration. Hate you never them to living fountains of water, and right beside the Hag Tho cantalu of word good." Yankee llladc. loon nmong tho Ad rumlai-klaughs. cried for Joy? There are tears which God shall wipe away all tears from tho boat then ordered Sirs. Cutler to C'LsaxLixr.M, exercise, and diet nro the take in her flag and go below, but this . drunkard, dash n; his decanter arc eternal rapture in distillation. The i Will ! arlal .air loaao d .airraand (enrral inrrrhauia "brtf ka.a na she refused to do, keeping It flying cardinal virtue of good health. Take care There nre hundreds of people in this their eyes." rignlnst the wall, laughs Wrllr r.rralalaaar. !r I.NI .il illr.1 lnrlr,.latlag Oh! unglovc your hand and give Ittc boldly until the boat was out ot range. of tho first two ami If you know what and airnt.,IF ti4 arldlk waaird. I'.alaie ..I. I.W. Im HlHr. We4, house who ure walking day by day in ll.vilas, llrxLiaD,.'ia... bow to eat jou nrd never be I1L II There Is a terrible reaction from all the Meuting several other transports com- claimed that Oarlteld Tea, a sublime satisfaction that all is for mc in congratulation 011 that scene, tlmplo herb sinful amusement and sinful merrifeel as If il would shout. I will shout ing up the river with reinforcements, remedy, best, working ment Such men are cr. the next tiny the good all things soul. Howtogether hallelujah! Dear Lord, forgive mc that she waved tho banner and cheered them living. overcomes tho results of wronc 'all l...hUanin W4 for for their a man lVo olTor on to the rescue. They snap at you on or they can get nlong ID lul M...I. t'w la Um. fjl 171 through this llfo without I ever complained nbout anything. IfnV .M lir lininbo. Tne barber can hold another man's Jaw When tho regiment was mustered out It I dw a 'Nwirum.1 pats you, not recognizing you Long the explanation is to tne a mystery. this is before us,w ho cares for anything after tho war a committee was appoint-3- d when he can't hold his own. -- Philadelphia yon a ready UM)h at rtrat II waa afTITViiLMJtir.i'i ago I quit mere wor'dly society for the What! is that child gone forever? Are Let God and Heaven ami the ctcrnu' to formally present to Mrs. Cutler the Times. alter n freacrlptUn reason it is dull, sj insane and so brotherhood? Take tho crape off the ring she had so bravely rescued. It had tjra reNlar rbjK4au, Iiu Wonic for workorsl Aro you ready to niiulo incdiciuo for Couglis, stupid, My nuturc is voracious of joy. you never to get it back? Is your prop- door-belYour loved ones are only been one of her most cherished possesand do you want to inako money I erty gono forever? Is your soul to be ho Idea thai It wouIJ ever fro I must havo it. , on tlia m.rkct a a iirerrle-larHave awny for their health in a land am- sions ever since, and formed the wind- Tbon wrlto to If. . Johnson & Co., of I always walk on the sunny fcide of bruised nnd to be tried forever? a , and too if tbev cannot Llp yrm, Uroiichilis, und otlior disComo l.4itv)l XJbo;, brosial. vme ing sheet In which she ivu buried. bk.IIu. Jlut after tho street, nnd for ti at reason I hitve you no explanation, no Christian ex- Isaac Watts, and give us your best Baltimore American. eottipiBin4laf that rcrl It doesn't follow that a man approve of crossed over Into Christian society. I planation, and yet not a maniac? hymn about joy celestial. eases of tlio Throat and tlua orrr a IhaaaaoJ llmf la a cyclone, even If ho is completely carried like thcli mode of repartee better I like lint when you havo tho religion of THE MARKETS. o DameU II "rtw uo What Is the use of postponing out away with it Jesus Christ tin your soul it explains Iheir stylo of amusement better Thry Lungs. Like, other so" called fro fur Ovtmimptlon," aiut everything so tar as it is best fur you heaven any longer? Let It begin now: Jan. II. Fon sick headache, diulnrat or swimming Ciscissati. live longer. Clirlstlan people, I someailTertUlnc It In a imall and whosoever hath a harp, let hei nl W tt S M In tho head, pain In tho bark, body, or rheuinedlclnq waj. time notice, llro on when by all natur- - to understand. You look oil in life, thrum it; and whosoever hath an orPatent Medicines, is well over It A world la thoImomi all t.hulte bulcher I Ml it Kl matism, tako Ileecham's Pills. and your soul is full of thnnksglvln? to nu nl law they ought to have died I linve rtaulu , S HI gan, let him glvu us a full diapason. OfMrtl pnitrr T M tt 7 W Why I not known jicrsons who haie continued in Ood Ihat you aro so much better off Thoy crowd down the air, spirit! HIIKKPi:r A first-clas- s Fellow TheFrelimcn advertised, nnd having merit athoub Itemtlngluat a rnal B 4 IS than you might be. A man passed tirijrtenl their existence when tuc ooctor said fuck. n s. J blessed, moving In cavalcade ol I.SMI1S lliilchrs a Hollar arrrcrlptlon G.1M thej ought to have beeu dead ten years. down tho street without any shoes, nnd triumph. Their chariot wheels whirl I'UJUIt Ulmrr family ... . 1X1 (I Ti lias attained a 8 red... sale to an raotfor um w ) It said: 'I havo no shoes; isn't It a hardawl Kvcry dny of their e.xistonie was a deNaS red ft TD in tho Sabbath sunlight They come. lut up at aOruf ttnrtl Torn No. r Hilled tt ."'t fiance of the laws of anatomy and ship that I havo no shoes? Other peo- Haiti armies ot (iodl Halt! nntil we (Jt-N- o. J inllcil under tlio namo of ple have shoes; no shoes, no shoes," unn Cll, physiology; but they had this super( nre ready to join the battalion of pleas- HAY re-pain neglected, may become I) so yu ui I'lliarlnthnUT natural vlvncity of the gospel in their til he saw a man who had no feet ures that nov'rdl. TOIIAf.rO-Mi-dlu- m Cure for Consumption. leaf id 10 tin is RHEUMATISM, kept thum alive. Put Then he learned a lesson. You ought ton, and. that (Jiiod lyf .. iv r Mir a O, my friends! It would a scrmor ten or twelve Christian piople in a room to thank flod for what He docs, instead ns long as eternity to tell take joys thai rROVI.HIONb-Mr- K NEURALGIA, ir...... .vi ua n All cannot poos a tho an i i.arn rrime niram for Christian conversation, and you will, of grumbling for what he docs not are coming to us. I SCIATICA, i sil just set opeu tin IIUTTKn-ClM- iifIn fhoic dairy God arranges all the weather In this j to 1(1 from . Plltiie more resound St cieamer LUMBAGO. sunshiny door. Como in, all yo disci M'l'I.KS-I'ilmr- . a ( ing glee, see inoro bright strokes of world tho feptrllual vtcnllior, the moral pies of Just a little tho world who hnve found tin rOTAIOKS-IVrb... tft) weather, as well as tho natural weathu it, and find more tlmught and proSPRAIN NKW YOItK. world a mockery. Come In, all ye dlv found satisfaction,. than tit any mere- er. "What kind of weather will It bo clplcs of the dance, and sco Kt.OtJn-r.- ilr may make a cripple. to fancy the bound (I 1H a 3 Ml snld some ono to a farmer. ly worldly party. 2Coi, when I say ItA nil U Si fill! sum was paid for the firt World'! 1'alr Souvenir Coin minted.) Just a little The farmer replied, "It will be such Ing feet of this heavenly gladness Na 1 red Tlt'i a "worldly party," I mean to which COItN-N- u. ' mlatd tt I like." What do you mean Come in, yo disciples ot world's amuse OATS-Mlj- ed RUI8E jouaro invited because under oil clr weather as In the shape of a coin, but many can liavcfac-slnillncnt, nnd sco tlio stago where Klngi t: USI III may make serious inflammation. of Hits valuable work cumttaiiccb ot the case it Is the best for by that?" asked tho other. "Well," are tho actors nnd burning worlds thf I.A1ID New men Western siniiii un to of art only special coin ever issued by the U.S. Government for j?l each. you to be invited, and to which you go said the farmer, "it will be such weath- footlights, and thrones a little Just tho spectacular. t 1IILAOO. because uniier'all tbc'c'lrcumstanccs of er us pleases tho Lord, and whatpleatos FMIlllt-Wln- ter BURN patent a aro C 4 UO nrisu, yu iiuau in sin, xor United' States Government Ihc case It Is Wter tli'ut you go; nnd tho Iord pleases mc." Srcd may make an ugly scar. ol resurrection, Oh! tho sunshine! No SChlniro spring tho sunshine of morningsubmerge our soul. ine joys ol leaving the shawls 011 tho second floor, it KH Heaven I pull oul Corn Vo.'l .1 little ilS Just you go to the parlor to give formal Christian explanation. Hero is sotno tho trumpet stop. In Thy prevenct Oats-Nsi VHU POItK-MCOST II C.'tlUIS 'i inlutation to the host and hostess, nnd ono bending over the grave of tho dead. there Is a fulness of Joy; nt Tin right rAHD-Ste- eM am un n't will get a bottle of then move around, spending the even- What Is gofng to lo tho consolation? hand thcro aro pleasures forerermore. IIALTlMOlli:. ST. JACOBS OIL. ing in tho lisi'iiMon of tho weather, The flowers you strew upon the tomb? i ut a i n lllcswl are the saints beloved nf O A and in apology for treading on long Oh, no! The services read at the grave? 2 OICAIN Whcit-a n'4 A PROMPT AND PERMANENT CURE Washed aro their rohca In Jesus' .) , eil U M (rains and in elfortto keep tho corners Oh no! The chief consolation on that llrighler than angcli, lol itiejr shirr Years of Comfort against Vearj cil U 41 ot the mouth up to tlio sign of pleasure, grave is what falls from tho throno of Their glories splendid and ubllme I.Alll)-Itcrir- .cJ u in hi of Tain for (iod. rjunbhinc, glorious sunshine. I'OKK-M- es he-h- e snd going around with an Idiotic UI'JW My soul anticipate the day, UATTLK-I'ir- sl t .V) quality JUST A LITTLE. about nothing, until tho collation is Resurrection sunshine. Tiem Official Souvenir Woulit ttretrh her wlnffanil soar amj T7J tt mo IIOOS. Again; I find a great deal ot tho suntertcd, ami then after tho collation is To aid the sontf, the palm to bear, INDIANAPOLIS, copy of the "Ofhclil portfolio of tli ,A And now, tbi chief o( slunera, Ihire. cf the Great Exposition World' Columblio Kapoltlon," deicrlptivc tervi'd, going back again Into the par- shine of this Ilible and of our religion '.' es of Building and eroundi, beautifully lllui. Corn-N- o. s trd lor to resume tho wimther, nnd then nt in tho cllmaterlc joys tliut are to come. Oh, tho sunshine, the glorious Irattd In water color eflccti. will be lent to 31 Oal-5,000,000 of which were donated to the World's Columbian Exposition by the t the cloe gciing at a very late hour to A man who gets up nnd goes any addrei upon receipt of 10c. In pottage tho ovorlasting sunshine! IXIUISVIUX. tamp by Tint Oiaslu A. Vocuisa Co., Government, are being rapidly taken by an enthusiastically patriotic people. a concert right after tho host and hostess and assuring them out from I0O ilenl I.eituu It (itniK, BaltiMom, Mb. that yon hau had a most dollghtful tlio opening voluntary has been ltd OKA1N Whtal-N- o. u 14 As there early promised to be a demand for these Souvenirs that "My husband," said a Corn Mln-iU 4J' beforo the prima not long ago, "chanced physician a w fe nud tvenlng, and then passing down off tho played, Oati-Mlto sco one day, would render them very valuable in the hands of speculators, the Exposition ut .v. front steps the slam of tho door the donna slugs, or Wforo tho orchestra standing 011 u. shelf outside PORK Me,.... , , . UI'J U) TRACTION AND PORTABLE Authorities decided to place the price at UIU7S begins has a better idea of that concert window, Homo molds of our kitchen ,Alt- l- hteata snly satisfaction of the evening. Jelly cooling Oh, young man! como from the counthan tho man who supposes that tho for tho night's dinner. They were untry to spend your days In city life, chief joys of religion are in this world. covered, ns fUHK'LY VKQKTABL- Bthey were out of Dr, I'iercs'i Dam. nlicro are you going to spend your Wo hero hnvo only tho first note of tho of cats and in full view of the reach the cook's Threshers and Horse Powers. Wo shall in that evenings? Let mo tell you while there eternal orchestra. hut Telle t. Tbey'ra watchful eye. Hut ho questioned me U'rlla for llluiUrated Cklnliurua. mallnl rim and sell them direct to the people, thus realizing $5,000,000, and using tho Joy the of dishave sro many places of innocent worldly world a compound of ro- nbout them, and asked If It were our CO.. . LA PORTE, IND. additional Wo will in live minutes - -amusement, it 1, most wise for you to covery. money for the further development of the Fair. flnwl and concen- usual custom to leavo Jelly thu unproi. .. throw your body, mind and soul Into catch up with the astronomers, the tected. I was obliged to I tratod botanical ex- - i ftamaaf ! am I reply tiut Considering the fact that there were but.s,w,w of these coins to bo am "v I scientists, tho philosoChristian tociity Como to mo at tho geologists, thu for as I knew, It was. Then ho tald: f 1 I OCl CfliSj, :loso of five years and tell ino what Iiuh phers of all ages who so far surpassed ' I tracU. Theaetlny, '""ifHi"dbii,iur.r.nipi.iioiuMiicicjl distributed amomg 65,000,000 people, in this country alone (to say nothing Don't you know that when wo medical I pellets JU I We can afford to adbeen tho result of this udvlce. Ilrtng us in this world. of the foreign demand,) and that many have already been taken, those wish. men want to secure mlnuto " JM I with you the jaung'man whorefiKcd journ astronomy and geologyand many for Investigation we expose organisms ing to purchase these niciiiciilocs of our Country's Discovery and of tho gelatDt, (0 beto take the advice, and who went into of the sciences to the next world ijeoIuUJj and the air or In places where wo have congrandest Imposition ever held, should secure as many as they desire at once. Infill umuM'tncnU Io will come dissi cause we shall there have better appa- fined malignant germs? Thogeltine rnrmancnflv mim BPBB lBafXBJBBBB.fn'ri pated, shabby In apparel, indisposed to ratus and hotter opportunity, I must speedily attracts and holds them Conktfpation. Indi- Kealizmg that every patriotic American jm study these sciences so far as to help ufrnld your llavor;d gelutlnu iook nnyono in the eves, moral charac will want one or more of these coins, doeithe ' ter eighty-liv- e cent, olt You will inu In my work; but boyond that 1 same. Cool tho Jelly If you inum per ne, Bilious Attack, and all derangemenU ill. and in order to make it convenient for roino with principlo settled, counte must give myself to saving my own cover il with a pleco of sheer cloi mt or mo liver, atotnacn, ana bowels. him to get them, we have made arrangenance trunk, habits good, soul saved, soul! and saving tlio souls nf others, tin, or, hotter. If you have it Vll5. ll'Kr.D. Trial Unllla freab nail. Tbev euro nernirnienfli. becauso tbev ac--t aonie I r arieralloliifrir.il. aaar.u and all the Inhabitant of Heaven, from knowing that In orn flash of eternity pieces of glass taken from ments to have them sold throughout naturally. They don't auock anJ weaken home UrcUen iuLLiiit.io.,Hfiirii.,ra hl what un obwe will catch It nil. l tlio lowest angel up to tho window pano.' And wo have alnys tbe ayaUwi, ills I bo iiige, bMfahionul the fnimtrv llV nil tlu tpiilimr Mcrrlnnl. I Dills. And tbev'ro more ffocliv. Una llcxl Al servatory In which to study astronomy I'Siu'a lteiaeJy for Catarrh li tlie and clear past him to tho Lord done it sllico then.'' N.' Y, Time and Banks. If not for sale In ,our town, send J51.00 each for iwt as than little wllt for a forrtvtlr or laxative Uctt, Katleat to Uc, and Chcapeat. I lleaten will bo not by power of tele-- t mighty, our coadjutor. tbreo for n cntbaitlo. i'oetry" Keeps .Moving. "Ih-e i cope, but by biipcinuturnl vision; and five (obit, by or Express Money-ordeThis is not the ad v leu of u misan Registered Lellcror Bank Tliey'ro tLii chtupttt Alli you ran tiiy, for edli thrope. There Is. no' man In tho house if there bo something doubtful ten mill- the poetry of mo nun.Draft, with instructions how to send them to you, oil 'chor&cs frejuUJ, to tUvy're iitjinnlrrd to iflvo wtl.factlou, cr hr-vw- u,,. ;otiiriiinif to whom tho work! Is brighter than It ion miles uivny. by one stroke of the l(ui jour money I rutiirued. BoM b ilruyvlita or tent ' uiall Treasurer World's Columbian Exposition, Chicago, 111,, wliigdto't utu tliert'i by unothvr ttioko b.aile. is to inc. It Is net the udvlcv of a dys You (y ouly fur ttie youil )uu gut. &. v uaaainue, n aniu, y, peptic my digestion is perfect; It it not tho ndvlco ot a man who can not understand a Joke, or who prefers a fuiiernlj It Is not tho advice of a worn- out tnnn, but the rulvico of a man who can see the world In all its brightness; and considering myself competent hi judging what is good cheer, I tell tho multitudes of yonag men In this houso this morning that thore is nothing in worldly association so grand and so beautiful and so exhilarating as In Christian society. I know there is a (Treat deal of talk ot tho Christian. about tho have to tell yon whero the Christian tho man of the world has one has n thousand selfilcnlnls. The Christian Is not commanded to surrender anything that is worth keeping. Hut what does a man deny lilmselt wliotlc-nlc- s himself tho religion of Christ? Ho denies himself pardon for sin; he denies himself peace of conscience; lie denies himself the joy of tiio Holy (lliost; he denies himself a omfortablo death pillow; he deities himself the glories of Heaven. Do not talk to me alniut the of the Christian life. Whero there Is one In the Christian life there arc a thousand In the life ot the world. "Her ways are wnysot pleasantness," Again, I find o great deal of religious sunshine In Christian and divlno explanation. Td n great many people this life is nn Inexplicable tangle. Things 1 self-deni- of the wing you are back again, and all In less time than I can tell you, catching It all in one flash of eternity. And geology I What a place that will bo to study geology when tho wor'ul Is being picked to pieces as easily ta a school girl in botanical lessons pulls tho leaf from the carollat What a place CURED FOR A CENT. None But Royal "Bakixg Powder is absolutely pure. No other equals It, or approaches it in leavening strength, purity, or wholcsomcncss. (See U. S. Gov't Reports.) No other is made from cream of tartar specially refined for it and chemically pure. No other makes such light, sweet, and wholesome food. No other will maintain its strength without loss until used, or will make bread or cake that will keep fresh so long, or that can be eaten hot with impunity, even by dyspeptics. No other is so economical. The Baking Powders now being offered in this vicinity, with the statement that they arc "as good as Royal," have been shown by the official analyses to be composed of alum and detrimental to health. The official chemists of the United States and Canada, State analysts, municipal boards of health, and physicians indorse the great qualities of the Royal finely-flavored, If yon have a hard rasping cough nnil n fppllnn nf 4llifnoc ncrnce parison. to study architecture, ntnld the thrones nnd the palaces and tho cathedrals St Mark's and St. raid's rookeries in com- sometimes you w Ish you could make tho tour of the whole earth, going nrouiul ns others have done, but you have not tho tlmo, you havo not the means. Yon will malto that tour during tho musical pauso In the eternal 1 say thrse things anthem. for tho comfort of those peopio who aro abridged in their opportunltlcs-tho- sc peopio to whom life Is a hum-druwho toll nnd work, toll and work, and who aspire after knowledge but havo no tlmo to get It, and soy: "If I had the opportunities which other people have, how I would till my mind and soul with grand thoughts'." lie not discouraged, my friends. You aro going to the university yet. Denth will only matrlcn-lat- e you Into thn royal college of the the chest, with fever, you must take care or you will have an attach of pneumonia. If this be the case, lose no time, but get a bottle of Reid's German Cough and Kidney Cure. It is the only cough remedy on the market that will instantly relieve pneumonia, because It is a stimul tnt, but perfectly harmless, so tint you can take it in nny quantity until you arc relieved. If your Jrujigist does not have it, write us on a postal card, giving your nami nil address nud the name of thisp iper. Send it to the SYLVAN RUM! DY I J Kuamrla, U llnli wlilea italn Ihf li.htU. Injure tht Iron, ni btirnrril. The Itutr.K run Mut I'uiuh I milliard, (Mor. of ltticfcigrt whli fvitrf rural I AM, wlih t'"-tn'ktmimm- 00 NOr BE OFCEiVFn l"l. I I I j m ASHARPJOKE Art!. (MmiiUi) MnlHir.rlr.llKtl-M- w UatlnMMail rt.f IKrw.irrlMl.tlH. ,. fefwV-filArt II. IN,.. ) nm .1 bw YET A POINTED FACT! IN 4 ACTS. q. t Alrl.tlM ArtlV. (NtHJ.r) tU.UIU.iD.nKtill.Uii. fo-i- Arrlll. (ln, p. ,lt rrnMkl)l,itlM.a4iUthi.t. IN. tlt Home Tacks lWhiclklll Yaw Mf. HU Miir ty PM tSa-- o et'-rn- 1 st 'i it was that l)r. Thornwoll, of South Carolina, uttered In his Inst dying moments! As he looked up ho ald: "It opens; It e pands; It expands." Or. ns Mr. Top-ladtho author of "Hock of Ages," In his last moments or during his last hour, loU1 r rt! (.!, n! th."2"Jihi saw something supcrnattirajjs' and then as he came on moment, his countenance more he cried "Light!" and at the very moment of his departure llfte.1 both hands, "rreth!ss supernatural in his countenance ns lie cried. "Light' Unly another namo for sunshine. Besides that, wo shall have s the pleasures of association. Wo v. Il go right up in the front of Ood w thout any fright All our sins gone, there will be nothing to bo frightened ibout There our old Christian friend' w ill troop around us. Just as now- - ino of your sick friends goes away to 1 rlda, tho land ot flowers, or to the soith of France, and you do not sec him for a long while, nnd after a while yoi aieet him, and tho hollows under tli eyes arc all filloJ, and tlio upptltc hueoma back, and the crutch has been ttrown away, and ho is m changn yon hardly know htm; you say: uhy, 1 never saw you look so vrV He says: "1 couldn't help but I well I have been sailing these rlvcr and climbing these mountains and ihtt's how I got tills elasticity. I never wns so well" O, my friends! your dfwrted loved ones are only away for their health In u better climate, and lieu you meet them they will be so changed you will hardly know them: tiny will lie so very much changed, and after awhile, when you are assured that they are your friends, your departed friends, you will say: "Why, where i that cough? Where is that paralysis? Whrro is that pneumonia? Where is that And he will say; t)h I am entirely well; there arc no sltkones in this country; I havo been rac;ing universe. What a sublime thing we w I mail ' ee. and send voti a trial bottle bv III., CO., Peoria, tMM In tni ef alt AHwinrtt vulikitl(mTMU u Ktitr rti.. acuj tmh aMMtM. It 14. rtw4iMi (m loiiown frtom. rWfH miji "w Tij'i'tm. mm. ron si.c cvcnTWHCRc. fNk4, tMv Mm Vl a All lllYv Mr4vl(Ufr.wtll U, tl tHrTrmi. ! twtfn x t7, Baking Powder, DON'T FORGET ...71V. jmai tT.fiiii,OUlo,ftikf niiflin Martinier? i ncarrVP' Trinil-nous, lt Ultt-tj- '' 2 l'i ,i., well-know- n door-keepe- rtn, 11 Where is He Going color-bear- er rail-roa- d W 1 Hi-j- ---- rl. rl .BTtilsr ..... oVViBJ - W. L. uOUGUS 1 00 bun-fchln- Orif irv New-Yor- PF a' Itauti-tVmJ- r aSBM- mJT II I ." WMl lir - 11 7,pat. I. V - t. s rii 1 vjoanisnc I ak IVaaat lri'r. l. 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