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Pfflce-Jac- kioa Street tint Jour to City Hall. THE HICKMAN '1 i h V Vttl FINE JOB PRINTING EXECUTED f Vv ..fc JKOROR WAMtKN, : i 15dltor. lA&OrWKAItNr K Assistant ICdltor. m ESTABLISHED NKAltLY OYEIL . OLMH miWSFAFm iv WMbiViWimlrt F COUNTY. the cAshup. Corliflt.Mlteli-ill Prlco of Subscription, $1. ()) On;(tTitoi.ooioriJ are quoted ns estl. iiumiik' mo unmoor 01 mrns annually sacrificed to tlio vanity of American De Oilmen nt 8,000,000. JTiikiik bus bent little of wlntci In tlic central w'esteni stut.-- i yet It l sixteen year since Nebraska ha.il anything l'Uo so ml Id u winter, mid Its icop!o are doubtful nbout itn loo crop. I859. I I HICKMAN, ,'owa supreme oouut (In. l,p..i.n,iiin,. , $22 ''& K Y. aaUpAY.ANFY' ! c1 as m W. m -a" R ;! 7 is w - .if.-a. t-- M-,-!- - k' fITI lEATHESS AID DISPATCH f IT 'W ;f f ts Wlr "" S d la . V CALK BILLS, j&- - n.,ir. llml Qm Conilderlng Terms of Fa vorabla Amr.i. Iiii.nl Surrender. weather 1 li It. lirl lliinilrril I Tlimi 1(1,1 Mpii Ailmlrnl .Mrllo Ha. Itt.n l)rio.r.l I'riini tim Vuiiiinanil 1 l tlio Numlr of tim llrvulutluoary Form. ,rtt oeulntlou of four rabbits with tl Vlnij, Inmi inn ittrtltilln o.Ii.n.lM of the ilot which bit Mr. J U Thompson, of Mayfleld, lloweril county, m New Year's day. t'n receipt of tho head Dr. Wch-put it through u course of preparation, nml with n solution made fron the upper part of the spinal cord Inoculated four rabbits. The Inoot lation was made on January X nnd he rabbits caiofully wutrbril fnrsympt nis They Tlir. mutt widely wrateTHilnts 'r.an to grow droop) from - .i today, which a trleifram fan W) sent and on Thursday ..v toNew enland. KiuHrltUU l'ihuubi and symptoms of hyili jilmbla or tele-rniXhe would rro North r.nt'les by musrnl r eontiao- -t America. Tcw foiindUnd, the Atlantic, ona and gritting their th Dr. (ioruiaiiy, llnskla (Kur0olli 'Aoluh said the syiui i Asiatic). China, .lapan. darn nnd Atis. positive, nml that lin'iilati u ius wore tho only the tralia. It would mnke nearly a circuit KnltlTC testa as to whether tin- dog had of tlio clobe and would travorK our rubles at the time of death 1'ho ral-lSa,0uO inlloa In doln(fVMi w!Jl Hie for fouror five d.is, when tho dlscfl-- c will lull them. .... J. 'ATfJucbec the winter inarWrls aro HOUSE MEAT. xrry etirlotiK Uvoiy thiiiif' Is froen. lllrfo"pU.'s, ktllf-T- I nmnthk be- Mafkrt for It ltsl.ll.li..l Nrr ntHl.llrili fore, may ts seen stiiiulini froti n In - I iirrtciirr. thn rur.li.-rrs- . I lUD litltciicrjt snop. Pul-r- .t riien tnnsies of ai.n. P.l, Jan. 2. It (level-i.ji-- o W'efjiniitfoii, ileerr f.nl, ovl.' huthiocl-nm- l Sunday that twoor n 'ee miles roK lonir nnd stilt, llho walitinif hart ( the Muth side, n. ir lltirk'i stleks, nKund oi the stalls. Milk also T.txcjii, In llnlilwln lowush a "horst Is kept frozen mid sold by the pound In me.r. marUct ' has lieen cstfl Milled It masses which look like lump of ulilto is Uaruad that every few da s a couple maiblr. .f horse are killed, the Int. igcnce of wlichlk brouf lit to the ki wledpe of M. IUyix, In curtain Poles, liuugnrlaiiN slav and circles In Trance, proposes In brief, Italus who flock there, '0 or 300 to bulkl nn Atlantic liner on elifht rol strong, nml buy meat at erjr cheap lers, Mlth tho view of kecurlnjf speod prices. 1 wo horses were utchered much higher than rtnr thus far attainthen Sunday nnd disposed of. It is ed, arguing that the wheels or roller said that tho horses, nli .Ii would on which tho vessel is to rest will so otherwise go to the glue nro ifreatly diminish the resUtniice .rlfereil buugbt for a mere pittance and theu by the waves that thirty knots nn hour butchered for this purpose. UI1 lie easily within the liounda of nnd wlU enable tbo passago CATTLE STEALING. from Southampton or I.iverM)l to New An llrri.i'l.nl Ibiii .if "llu.tl r" llirr- York to Ih made tn four day. eoHitdrrliif" plan of flltrntloii of the water supply nml Iwds that thero is nothing serlmislv rtllllc-Hlalninl It. 'I be estimated e.t 'I ho is ti,t, M.oo. uf ill) HllratU'.n prejeet has not yet taken definite vhav, Imt the local Mi-.r- i. ktronjly udviK-ntis that the eon. itnttd the struetmn of n tlltralloa systf-n- i will MWH Ire under way lii-ls t Itio nr. U.Nr.uio, .lun. 21 Prckhl.int IVIxotii, of llrnzll, throiiKh hla inlnnlet . 1. .1 cxiilbltloii in M. rtcrlmrjr iirlU0a, to of foreign nlTalrv authorlca tlio ,m( celobrato tlioSiwUi unnlrrnuiry nf tli elntrd pres to mako the following 1(n foutullnir of tlio KumiIhii capital, hai notincelnent of the conilltion of alTnlri inrt with nnieh niiroviil, nml it nt lllo dc Janeiro, mid c noernliij,' the llml meli un eilill.ltlnirwlll W tim proMeU of tlio rcrolution Retr lirlO. ir.tlly. "Tlio revolt M?cnm to U drntvlnp ton TlIK otrrcnl work of coi!re"t In oiusc. The rebels lieijf ntimlier lcM looked nflrrlrj- 14Lnffulnrly ncorpdltml tlun MO men, ntnl only tiie Aipiidn corro(KnJeiit In tlio jirvnn (rullerlcn 61 Ii ulild to pnn the fortiit tlipentrr the kennlo nml honM nml tliey krrre of thn harbor. There I no ixnalbllltv 171 )nMTn. Now York In rcprrocutcil of tlio rebel catiturini ltiode Jaiiolro l)y ill cor,rtjiiiilut, who h.tyi 19 or Nlctberoy, na every 11)1 la fortified. (pern. "Tlio repular trrKip ailatlll in their barracks, tlio sltunt!oniot linrlng A lAfA III MiT-Tnmrt lin cMlxd unon to iWri.loVlivthpr n lipttfcc- - been Mich na to call upL them for All tbe lietr aerjieca. iimii " i.Trrrr.r.T'f'ftcrjr" twmmm Tnnn hM. .. w man lit Huston to aj low tlio lioimokrefH-- r ui.ii.tvw K.lt BT.' on to ,llrt dnlly the fortu nro c.ille.1 In u flnt to r.ilc iiikI mi tlio man of th theljr heavy fftina, nml the roliel alilp uill llircw tip tlir ten .o iKimbanl the lower ortlon of the c tj KlU'mr with their niptil-flrlnt- r Tlir. city of Mrmpli fc'"i U nw nplt.tt In); a plan for mini i i.i.il L'ovcrtimi'nt looplit tn the streets with wnutoii with no possible j;nln nml taxation n lum "I'atTicvJiiao Uiptlsta, tho Riildo n.t mniiy tlnirn for ttivlr city,- nninely, to iiuon-f-l noiteir mm tlir rokt of tlio prlvato Mcrt(ury of the 1'np.il Ntliici.. for prlinte stale, mi fur an municipal (roTorniiionl Iiere, has Iskiied clreni.itlon, ndvoeatlntr tlio esi.imin ami taxation nto cuiiccrnrd. lnthlst.aini.hift mi lit o'. i ii.oiinrehv. ' ? .. TAIt link lather llaptlota says that Admiral Is, written tim reconl of mliiurul rvMitirrr nil orrr her territory Mt.Ho i.roi.ils...! t.. rrstoro tlir mm In KtMrraphlcut names 'llicro aro nrehy as woll na tho right "f tlir toiMiS'i'ltiN pint villnt(0h.wil Jttilnuy eliureli Tho wholesale nnd ne lift!. Is at it standstill, and Mntlutik naniiM Inmtoii, llnlli'in tlty, hate left the city. It is H'ulinmvltto. liumoiKl. Ajfuto, l'murr, of the aid thnt Admlrnl ll.i (ismh is Hranltrrlllo. Coal Xlinc, AnpliaH, Antltnoiijr, ntnl tloubtless many nlnt; to eoniider theadvikabllltyof trv Inff to obtain favorable terms of ihiti. All the Amerleans here are m I I 11 -i fas or of the by tmmrniloii hoi Jutu 21 The Unlie.1 ui h ivvutMt i..iiiior a tavr , ilnym upo In IltifTalu tout. Tress cable from lllo stating that MeHa detMsd from the couimsi I rnimty, l"n. Ihottis Tolonil hail wait toil 111 lolrmclifx room, and a of tho Hraullau Inmrrnts and was a the warship Ifepubllea as n private e ile.lrmjof iKipttam A Inrrfe Ikix imijj and UDwl with uulr, and into en onlv. was shown to Minister Mm tlih Mr. Tolmnl. .iitMndel In u i.liect, drtnoa Sunday nl(-lilie said lin In ' lowered. no ndvlces concern. nj; tlio report, but stated thnt he lis I ltr:v. Uitllmnit, of New York, basin no doubt It wn- - true. Ho lis. I mind n scheme to ohii ii pjnrtkhop received from lllo several days apo, as which khall (trlctly drUtian ntrcaily stated in these dispatches pMu'olples. tliit ik. not on ImisIupcs of the failnrti of the insur-reIsinl t bo a money forces In the south of llrnzll to effeet a rinlpev, liiakinir iMiueern nn.l 'only jwop a Junction ith Mrllo on the coast, and know n t "bo n iieHl of luoney would itunsiilte protmblo that tho 1) alliliinl to enjoy the rare prl ilexes over this failure had uf Mieli an rstnblfitliiiint ItMlf tion Mrllo, althotigl. in the opinion of honor Mendonea lie as ".'i.vi.k.u. hundred tats aro main nut to tilume. The laud forces slniply tallied by the I'iiIi-h- I eoul.J vol re.ieh tho const. uud.tliH vukl of tlirir kiipKjtl is a HYDROPHOBIA TEST. regular It. m m the accounts of tho nflleo departtneiiL They nre (Its. llshMts lnoeaUlr.1 Willi lra. rrom a tribute.l n mom-th- o ;hmI otlleea In tim Uiitis it 3I4 line llo .Mad. ehlef pities .where they perform their IUI.timoiik, ML, Jan. 2A Dr. . duty of Ueepin),' rata ntnl miro from II Weleh, professor of ntlioloy at tlie irrstruyintr iHitnl inattcr nml mail .1'dins Hopkins bospltnf, snbl that ho Mek hud gotten definite results fronv.the In- - crnr 1 ( In., .Inn. prom.) court of lawn. Monday, refused ., .. ... Al ,1. t ii ruoiHjn urn iiiiesimn oi mo niioiillon of the prohibition umoiiilincnt to the state constitution It Is chilined by the prohibitionist thnt tho iiincnilineul wiih constlttitlounlly ndopted, every requirement of tho eonstltutloii for lt own nmeiidinents having Won scrupulously compiled with, but tlio supreme court tcu years njro nullified the oinonilm-mt- , and tho court now hold that deelkion hindiuj- - the secretary ol state mid other ollleluls. This la nn action of mnndumtis t rolnK'l tho defendant, W. M. JIcKiir land, M'eretary of state, to furnish tin plnliitifT with a certified copy of th coiistltiitlou of the ktnto, nml to Include In said 'opy nn nlleced amendment tc thn constitution which it ia claimed wo nili pte.Liuid made part of that .MojNl-H!J8.-T- hoMi. 1 Ilv .rirr I .., ita ly .tOnpinl. i.i KJFrY-TIIIK- D CONGitKSS. . Wmiisr,T'i. !!in,1rfn,r' Ihst the could rot prem'se stnneitr to the mrtnliera el the rrovlslonal "ortmmtnt, as i tit jr ronllnlnr h.nrlf in the luslutlons' of the uii.iliuilon, ichlebdors not renter on the cruAtn such obiolute rights ot craning Horse-Ve- ry tution, IHMUIIH U'nMID IUI1UIIIHUII IIHIV"- half heir's snlrlliri dlsucsfcn blecn Sen ators Ilrnr tlruy rrd Dar.Ut 1 lie president's rcrssstfctrcimunlcatlnr tie recent diplomatic rornsp r.denuo sflorJrrt tcnator Hoar snop-I- r t' nltj to spealc oa the nisttrr, and be hocil, bx iiuoilnj from fbs Hawaiian consti- Ofcoo.l Hi..flnn. Jan. bre0",h.,l 1" w?" ' Jstkiotltllle. n.ht tii. . . , Cl" 't "' ...... -" ka il.. IAhAIrf AUilrtlcclubattsswabMoBdsvBtel.ttW'rtUhiVklrrt,llBilVw'fort ,' J.hia ttJI IClkUUIl a Tla., JbB.t .,!r mel ?mujoUUi HI iVH9 Mtil t 'Am'jilMtmSZm mm - ,.' v lSf ?f KWAijdW . ENVELOPES, LETTER HEAD BILL HEAD3, INVITATIONS. ETC., ETG s r. NO. 12. .ON Mean CALL AND SEE US. floaerot Ibslr youlh. Ant that U tr.ccf the reasoni) xr. these military (omtrir keep Ihelr crotcciwu tariffs" Mr. (,'oukrnn then said his republican colleague from New York (Mr. Payne) liinl told the members of tho eominlrtec thU the Wilson bill was unpopular with tho people throughout the coun try; thnt men could walk through ar. city in New York and pee the evidence of lis unpopularity nt any corner. An untried policy, Mr. Cockrnn said, wat likely to be looked upon somsw hat dubiously, but he had found no such unpopularity. Ilebellrsved that tt was c question which would grow In populnrity ns its provisions becamo known and understood, while ho knew that the McKlnley policy would bnve but an ephemeral cxistoneo and wa.2-oal- y a passing policy. Mr. Cockran ' continued! "As the chalrmsaof ihe committee on ways iMr. Wilson) has stood here In the . fc . , fcvSl THE TAniFF. Kxpoaes Horn hundreds of thoustr.il of men ta the visry .,t.-...1- . - mmiu' - ' "Vil ' T' .'.! laKatesinan . ..TT A. J ttat tka nuicu, In fc.r recent pro-tf- runltf s..tl" ' '..', llitlrnju th - provl tt; hr sluppinj.-busliles- s a il Iii-i- Wali-iMKto- n lll.lo, U-e- nn i -- L ta nt res divip-Miitine- Cvckrsn Wcdnesdsr spoko itnn em. cv nrn nis o ivnmmaaaaaamvaxaw S--V SBWSiei Mt .luatlconothboil.-,"- ' Mm part of what wa shotted to ihe republican lisown to tKe representatives of7" jplnlon, -- r.y: side. Mr Cockras thought that this was i principals exactly wlint means lind trcmclr courteous, sad ihacked Mr. Iteed for It "Jt wnsunderstooil that tho mnttci In stillest language, anJ the contention Involves tho vnlldity oi a rnpljr mlled, but that sralla man from Main baeavprovlded for getting thu men and wsi koonlnn i uliat was at one lime knvwn as the one. Th amendment lor tho fotn? aInto effect thclrtjartles' from their quarters to the prohibitory niiiendiuent to tho constl of the free wool business was under con. ring .dc. Hut thoso iirrangcmcntt lotion, nml which this court deter- s deration, nnd there was to It an amend, were nV of ciursc, given out to the scttlne In mined tho case of Koehlet mem bjr Mr. l'ayne, suMtltule the ds'o press. Xilin Kelly said that he had reby forward and I.aiijfe x- - Hill, was not part Jotjmen to IP", sod a free went should Mr ceived nitultliintum from Mitchell that go providing that of tlio constitution, It Inlorflecl Iramtdialelr on the psssjeoot the the fight bust iu held either in Duval hecatlsn a drfrated by or St John's cointy, according to the Mr I'ajne's amendment bill "" 'enny niiopie.t. i no The question fjrneil to "ix"1 M'"C" tho defendant refused avoUtof lit lo H ami teller txlngdemssd. amended nrtlclenof agreement. Jnhnsun's substitute, "Mitchell had' been advised," ex'" "tply with the demands of tho ed, ll os adopted bjr a vole cf 111 to 191 plained Ilefereo telly, "that, to go Intc I'l.iInlllT, Is suited in tho answer in resig Georgia to fight s Washixqton, Ja. It Senati The equivalent to go Hiee words Defendant also admits nation of,Srnator Wsllhlll (Mta I, which was drrlt ing into lull, bo hi won t consent to ge that he refused to icrllfy anM amend-men- t announced from the outsldo of the twclcountlcs named." in maimer nnd form ns demanded lhurtd)r aflernoon, wa la the nature of a In It was a to the "All right," sail Howdcn; bv plalntlir. and for the thnt w hlch lie told ths letter Ibruuhlta presiding nccommodato hluiand make "wo will senate, anothet ' lie supreme court of tho state of Iown ufDeer, lint he hart mailed hi resignation to ' a J heretofore udjudged nnd de- Ihe governor of Mlsslsilppt In his persesil concession." As tho hours patton It becomes more cided that the snme was not legally explanation to ihe natc Mr. W slttsll said would such adopted nnd mndo a part of tho that his healthmwasattend that blIt official be hn apparent that tho Ight will bo pulled pusclUe for ll to duties to constitution of tho state of Iowa. as senator fer several months, lie thoogbt the off at the nrcna in tast Jacksonville, at Intended) It is admitted by The defendant can not lo com honnrnblo out wsstoreslrn. The senate originally club lulled to decide ns to the legal effect ol aJjurcel about 3 o'clock Thursday aflernoon prominent ofticinlslof the Duval counthat Col. Cockrell, if the clnb's any of the records iu his custody, nnd until X'umj srz' Of cours-- t no spiolntm'ct can be annosneed until next week. sel, will rnnko application In tho United he is just as much bound by tho decillotux- - t Ihe eatlre dsv In Ihe bouse sion of this court that the ultcged w kpentln the continuation ot thn debate on fjtates court Tuewuy, on liehalf ol memllrrs of tho club, amendment was not legully adopted as Mr llurrow's amendment to restore the exlt Ins' any other public ofllcer or private cltl-e- n by adutlr on wool with th remit of Its defeat for an injunction ' restraining nnjg an vote. strict of the stnte. Theso observations, the Kcess, pal tj Johzton, AtutOhio hour before county or state olU'lals from lntcrfor-ir.Mr, the frre trader with an exhibition which hns been it appears to lis, demonstrate that the and single taier, effered, his amendment to plaintiff had no right to require such n place rail on the free 111. Thl led lo what licensed by the city of Jacksonville, one of the molt In certificate ns ho demanded, nnd thnt will probatilr prole toofI the present tariff dc and has been guaranteed police protecteresilnc this action of mandamus can not I bate. Mr discussion (drm. Ohio! was recognlteO tion. Fifteen men rero nt work upon Johnnon iho arena Monday, and ns far ns can maintained." toeCerhls smendment placing on the free list .'tidtfe Harvey was the prime mover rallwar bars, made In lirt of alecl. rails and Jo learned thero are no preparation! I'om In thw case, but was backed in it by girder, street rallsand punched Iron or ateel fjr the fight anywhere else, -Mat rails wrlrh tn the btll aro dutiable nt 'companies of thu ccoud battalion nuH-AX-LUie iULU ;,tlfrnppe'aTea. tho year I MA Tho defend-nn- t nfiued to lerllfy tho ulle-c- d nmeiidinciit na n part of tho constitution. A trial was had In tlio district niipllciitlon for a writ ol -.. In at Utile rc(rnswas made with the amrndmtnts to iho tarlrJ bill T.csday. Tbo rrpkUkaks under tho Icaderihlpsl Mr inude soother alru(gle to secure the ''v-rL,,right to o'er aiocndnienbiallcrnatoly lth Mr -U ll.oii, but, tin M tiddly.- - the chairman hold. In vle of Iho precedent ot procedure when the McKlnlcr bill sa uader ronsldersUos, thai Mr Wilson, on behalf Ibe tuijorltr of Iho committee, na etitJtled to perfect the bill Uforc It was thrown opon to mlftllsneou amendment. Secrrsi minor amendments wore af reed to, the W6r. most Impurtsnt bemt that to Increase the duty A.i..'V on condensnt milk to two cents a pound. ir.I.,.l-7lT?- lMra IHK Mar .ihotWMsM inatM u awlwrlH Ja. - "" liolav tlie ccrUStul ati.rb- uls'n. akik. llonil emlkerie'8V prjurn ii Into Was aa4sc)M(Wiw..tlr asWfeW t ' litrllawSfalst B 1aesat srhrell andikold thaLh.T rKnA I-t- Lmi'. coe, ana the .flabcotete4tJojl..WS!J;i ...v Sal 'tis t4silMH M'lwalkrkYttVl vancu iuiwuaT raorniBr;. "The undorstafcHiiR is," ,iwlci;Keil,J aWfMe.'.-ttk-i iiik.il wrr JettfllWi. iiswi ma cash awi ii IMKIWtllMtSUInilMMaqMlkM talaelKiaassvlllWtsMgsiakfMtMi. myfjatids Vofore' iS.o'clok i ine t aTJeeaaeH JrtjWttTtajivts' M. ThU U. ait!afDKirttftHlnm' IM tkftsVfiMM la i&rto'CuWt iiaii(4. fratmm sVsrt a im ihimtii.i ust immm syijiuw swMJkja t im.m tat t att,)y . and It htttlnir tviciutr, be left' i: - ti.i ijiswrtwJrcoaw ls btfc MC Mstle wn tea :! MSSSfmSmSSl , ..... on the tariff bill In way, January 12, V. Of New lork, pre- s on the proposed re- f points of which aro had consented tlr because he did wonld retard the puv ' so doing and partly 7 that some of his remarks .some counter assertions bllcans. Objection had the Mil on the ground I; not raise enough reve- Lttse of the government,presupposes that the re in rates means a reduc- i - rallaelr. $. Mid he - WM-ha.- hoeaj-w- V - hwcAofc-LXxi--'.- r n:r:::'L&k:L:Zi mms2&m2ams, snzSinz,S a"F0Vl: "tfZL . zrE'z.TfJz'Sirzzz'zxmr wmarr"1' '': amr&im jK'a nmwmrmwmM. Jsn. I. Skkate No business of Importance trsnsstttd Wcd&esdar. Wasiiisoto.s, Iloi'sB-llour- Rl,!-?.TOT.JLi3- jip xw -e r setae lime on m '' 'T' . J ov.".'i. ' .V- - -- .j- mK,jsM -- lamwg..,-- qg- m3XL-iT;VBi- iFnaal -T rr . T. - T. Mg. tt- - kl sfijaTT --- w- -- ali.u. r.- -rs laaaJ4llaaai Cra--i-Hi nd means. Ihe gantlemsn from West Virginia ho'iie and nched tbe tarift bill on Its successful voysge: --uoreaaeu anry pro- stood hers and withstood the in, im if some men In his own slate, same ot hlfjaaflBwW.-WawlfBBBf . iU tattwalwalwaBo..MlLlwM added threats to remonstrances, oocr- me we, who have less lo lose, can v. , awa-a- wa Sa. '' tt, "'" niliiilldtliellL the Mate Temeratice Alliance. He mrntj-tivpercent prepared the sipers with great cars, Washimiiok, Jan. ai SrnATz Not In e furnishing what hectaiiuod wore ample j'.un proofs that tho amendment was adoptllotsE At ll'IO t'rlday tie house went Into ed by each honso of two general ussem-lilie- s eeramlttcn nf the whole to consider hi tar 0 bill, with Mr ItlihinlHin (IHm. Trun) Inthc in exactly tho snme form. The chtlr Au wascntered Into whereby ease excited little Interest here, ns the three hoursarreemenl house go-- s Into committee after thn of tho whole next Monday will be given to court failed to go into or reopen the Ihesuiar real question of the vnlldity of the then on taken cm ackedule, and the vote will t anr amendmenta which might t- A NEW RACE. fr. has oinnior-- l l!s h prol-Mbll- uniiits-taWnbl- o Irn-gula- r l, it attributes. ('.unity, lenn., Il n CurUiat t'eopls Win. Ilala t Mark. lilliMis.nii.tw, Ala., Jan. 23. In Haw-kin county. Tenn . is a race oi jcopIc uii.ivr. origin Is n mystery and whose nationality Is not known They have lieen a. far us North Carolina, but tho origin trail Is lost. They are not white people, neither nre they Negroes or I ml inns They nre colic I Meltingouus and nre only found In Hawkins county. They speak a language entirely their own, nn only n few can poak broken Kngllsh, although they huvo lhed in that section for upwards of a century Although they are u dirty nnd degraded set. still they hate a rneo pride which forWdstliem from intermingling with Negroes or tho loner class ol Americans. They will not work, except under pressing circumstances. Their sustenance is mostly obtained by huntlni a'nd fishing AH attempts to better their condition have been futile, nnd their nice continues without the change uf any of Its llMMklit 1 I'osinsso .Stamp Contract. well-know- n fae-orle- Wahiu.shiov, Jan. 23. Postmastci I oiox. Jan. 51 Sssati. Senator Ucueral lilsscll ha fixed upon the 20th ralsve. .lutlon directing the elvtl service con miitecto aqulretnio the condition of thechtl Inst, as the dato for a hearing of tho ervlce of the United bidders for tho postage stamp contract. ency cf lis retrenchment Slate, and thtcxpcol or Increase, came up Claude M Johnson, chfcf of the bureau for ron Uemlon, nnd Senator llerry (dem. of engraving which has submitted a Ark.) pn seated an amendment directing the bid for tho contract, will probably ap- commute? also to report the number of per on In the service pear for that bureau, nnd both the each emp oyed territory elasslfled far as I heyfrcm and o ttalr and ran America Hank Note Co., of New York, aeertalo the number belonging to each poilll and whether the public service Mould uiul Charles S. Steel Co.. of Philadelbe benefllPrt by theiepeal of the civil aervtce phia, will bo represented. Adopted. law I'ot'sz The tight to amend the rugur scird bank-ing-hoii- Jour ed l night Kcrrearntatlve 'Islhoi (clem., S. i.) siokcln f nor of the tariff bid and was fallow el by Iteprc sentatlve C W Stone (rep, I "a.) la p.iislllen Kepr sentatlve lleatsyr (drm.I.i) the - est speukrr.rensured the way and meant e. n .ttti-for reporting a bill which, he as t .1 s.vorel so much of Ihe iiroteciite l He aoight that tho wajs and means com i ml' re s' ould hale placed a Oaty upon etiipir insnadif mntnulnlng s bounty on that article KernaetiauioSlrvng (rep..Ohlo) sisjko limp. on 'o the bill, as did Iiepresentattie i W'h.sler 'rep III.), atler which ihe house ad ctcred Mr, Johnson' a smcndmeal to place leel on the f rco Hat, af ler s long dlsruaMon. w dfeale1 bra vote of 0)toT9 The rest of the afternoon si" consumed in further discussion ot the Henderson smendment Those who took part were Meatrs. Springer, ISower. Hayes, Hall (Minn.) Kiarlrr and t lark (Mo.) Itercs was leo taken until Sn'elnek Tuere waiagond attend-ane- e In Ihe galleries and s noticeable lack of aitendanre on ths floor when the house met to Mr Hell (pop. Col), wai Ihe night session the flril speaker who addressed the committee Wasiuxotox, Jsn hz.SAit, Not tn es sion Hot er The tariff quettlon w debated, Sul nlay by Messrs Walker (Mass.), Ilreck-Inrl.U(Ark . Oram (Tex i Only cne sm-n- d ment to the tariff btll ws argued baturtlay, re latlngto tho tehrdule Itwasuclm poriant. howeier. sffeellng not the rales, bu' the teehilralliles of Ib3 trade. Tho Herder son amendment lo subsll utc the existing rate nn agricultural products and tho lllnglry nmrndnvnl to crui.ee the rales en lfme for IC ad valorem tosi-ecllldutvof dcen hundred pounds, were lest. When Iho resumed tho setslon Ssturdr lr w i Ik spite of the hard times, the llttlit ""hint of tho Northwest, Seattle, to ffrow at si rato that fairly jcllpM's tho marvelous growth of early history, l'eu vuara airo beattlo had u population of but 0,0 l.V lly enrefitl ostlimtten II U show n that these lltfiires have Ih'oii multlpled by ten in Ib'Jl. rnmi un iissosmmI valuation of property in IMS of t.VOIO aS tho amount has (frown to tci.im.' ;iu, Tho city had six iiewspaiiors nnd in 181, ten years Inter It had thirtyfour. Ton years ii(-- It had mi street railroads, now It has ninety miles of them eon-Untio ule et the Wilson bill was made in the hous Pittsburgh Hankers Itesiime, Monday The !lrt amendment was offered b PutpIU'juiii, Pa., Jan Ji Tho Mr Mrltan idem., Arksnsag). to abolished en of It Patrick A. Ca, opened Urelr tho augar lunty. In support of a Its doors Monday, after having made amendment. Mr Mrltan said thai It propose lo abolish entirely satisfactory iirriingements with its sugar on the tree the sugar bounty and leaie 111, jilli.C In H.utti nnkiiis wsa credltora. The bank closed December the Milvinlcylaw Thowhere it wsa placed by J. matter discussed Ciiamiikiii.ain, s D,Jnti. There II, last year. Tho liabilities at that at length, nn.l at I '. tho voting began. The t 'e rustlers I i an ogniilzcd g mg of en' time were tl70,0o0, and the assets about flrsi toio was tskcu upon Mr. Mrlkeljohn's operating on Uith sides of tho Mis.'00,00i), consisting largely of real amendment to substitute Mr. Mcltae's amend souri river. It Is s.ud these stolen cat- estate Meetings of tho creditors have nttnt to abollih the sugar tmunty, the provls MeKlsley law relutlcg to tho lwun tle aro taken by the, thieves niftf brand-e-- l Wen held, and extensions of one, two lonsef tlirwss Iv This defeated by a strict party totn with tholr'owiijii..inj, aftfj which anil three yours granted. Tho lolo ihn rrcurrod upon an amendment cl thuynio jdaceitffio'fttBsWi'o frrcdbyMr Trice to amend sir, HattarUsMV ' Imiils of the rustlers. slltu'e placing a duty of ono cent per pound on 'Ii Clear tJiinnV Iteiord. sugar Prion IS Ilulch standard and abolish tho Determined elVorts will bo tiurio to isiiimito.n, Jan. 23, lioodnlght, of sugar iKiunty by Inserting the proilslon of tho socuro evidence for tho convi tlon of Mills kill, which levied a duty on sugar net tlio suspected partiev Slock uen In Kentucky. Monday introduced n bill above 11 Dutch ttamlrl of I Ii cents per the interior of tho ceded Sloti lauds providing that the charge of desertion pound, above IS putrh standtrd cents .il-contlnuo'to complain of tin depre- bo remtwed from tho record of Daniel Ier s.u ct, aud stiovr tl Dutch standard 2 K) er pound lira vote of dations of cattle thieves. Mitel bitter J (Innn. of Howling tlreen, lie also loir, nis the duty on reflne--l sugarls abolished. 1.7 toft!, feeling eslsts, and cattle men ma take Introduced u Mil to pay $400 to Alethin Tlxiote recurred upon Mr Mcltae's amend steps in hunt down and ptin.'h iho nml s.illlo l'loytl, of Howling (Ircen, ment lo ubollsh altogether the bounty on sugar for block taken by tho union army. It wus cnri'led by a tote of ISO to Sc rustler. I iW-IJ- i A Sllier Crista. Itatllo in .'Mexico. ,)nn 24 A dispatch i the Hi. Paso, Tex., Jan. 2.1 Thero tins Time. from Hong Konir snvs: 'J he sil been a conflict at Uiihuiihita lictwoeu er crisis is Increasing in ncutei"-- n the federal troops and the insurrectlio east, and tho situation Is furrier tionists which resulted in tho killing romjille.itod by tho scarcity of cun.-neof thirty outlaw a nml the capture of at hanghiil, Hong Kong and thirty-thre- e by tho puniles and reguowing to tho deerensing H.p.y lars. Catholics and 10 to tho Lutherans. of Mexican dollars. Mexican mango New York has only n!M ehuri lies, tho not having ndjusted itself to the Iumtv They Paid b'lnon. (iitAMi P.Al'iDH, Mich., Jnn, 2;i Asa Catholics having- W, Kplseopnliatis US, full in silver Presbyterians Tl, MethiKllsts 0, result of thn raid of nil the principal PensloiiN I 'or ConiVtlcrnic II, Iteforiued lit, nml I.iithcmiin Jackson, Miss., Jan. 23. The Iwino gambling places last Friday night some 24. Chicago has r.00 temples of wor- passed the illusion bill Saturday hi pro- - :: citizens p.1id lines of $25 and upward ships. Indiana now haw more Quaker.! prlatlng $77,300 for Indigent con fed iu police court Monday morning, the than Pennsylvania. erato soldiers or widows nnd orpfiaiia. aggrcgata Iwing nearly $1,000. Madam Mi:i:.m, who died in Antwerp, Still C.o lliiliiiuu. Iteilwlnn'a i:ny .loli. In her will left nil her estate to her Sr. Iaiui, Jnu. 23. Advices from Coi.itmmuh, O., Jan. wls up to tho twelfth dotfroe of kin-hlthu defaultlnff cnshler of tho Yorotiti, Ma, atate thnt tho Negro Tlio testator was reported io Unto City Niitlonnl ono of whom was reported to bank, of At antn, have been worth $100,000,000. Tho am- lliu, now In prison have been burned at tho dtuko Monday here, has iH.,. bitious lelattvea hastened to 111.) t,helr auensy Job In th lllco of tho morning, have not yet Won caught, claims. An u result the court la obliged secretary of tho prison managers, though tho whole county is searching. to pass upon the alleged rights of where ho iniiUes himself useful 'it's lUow Ills lluiln? Out, BIN heirs. Tho family, trro of oim not so much like being In II, N'kw Dm. i:ns, Jnn 2!l. Simon 15. heir nlonn covers ii space of nlxteen ill," ho aahl to u reporter prison, after Sunday Marx, a prominent cotton broker, went meters square. Tho poor people aro doomed to disappointment, as thn to Audubon park Monday afternoon To Make 1'nrln n prt, turned out to bo worth only 9,ooo, Paiiih, Jan. 22. -- Tho chamber of dep- and, placing tho luuzzlfl of n revolver 1)00. mouth, In So many lawyers have lieen uties vt) consider the project of a canal olT.hisHusliiess blew tho top of his head troitblcM (.I'ued him to that their fees nlouo will wal between llouen nnd Purls, mxIoi to fnhcli life. low up this unioupt. tonvcrt I'm is Into u porL is no longer entitled to bn ealled "The City of ('hnrclie" since Philadelphia now ban IW1I places deillcitted to worship. II. II. 1'itrroll recently showed that,,--)' thl'i number 180 belong to tho rresbyft'.-litii- , 12 to tho .Methodists, 10'J to, tlio PA to tho llapllstb, 01 to tho HiiooiiM e.xcliikliely N s, - l.o.Miov, trnllrt P.iUKKii-iil'liu. for I'laliillfT. W. Vn., Jan. 23. 1 -- lln-lis- ts ai-Lo- lied-win- p. s, Jury brought Iu a sealed i diet iu favor of tho plaintiff In the I'nitc States court Monday morning In the celebrated ejectmont hull of against Itoblnsnn, Involving oil rights on llvo thousand ncrcs of tho richest oil land in the Mannliigton district, valued nt fi0.),000. rishbnrk it llltal or Nenalor Itrrry. LlTn-Itot'K, Ark, Jan. S3. (Iov. W. M. 1'islib.ick Monday annoitticed his candlducy for thu M'at In the U. S senate, now held by Senltor James II. I'erry. The Princess Wins. Paihh, Jan. 22. Dr. llrounnlel, who was recently appointed to make an official report ns to the condition of tho health of the children of thu Princess Colonuu, Mihmilted his findings to thu court, nnd tho judgo made au order authorizing tho Princess Co.'ontm to tako tho children tn Mcntonc. xvhero she will bo allowed to remain with them until April 1. Dew-hurs- t The o' Itountthiiuao Clone. M.uiTiNKViu.r', I ml., Jan. S3. Tire destroyed the lllg Four rouudhoiisc nt this pluco with Its ontlte contents, unu passenger locumoiivo w lib a luini loss, j i It is customary for War trappers In this part of Pennsylvania to purchasis our mirkets and would not only In- old and worthless horses for the purcrease th,e revenues of the governmett, pose of using them as bait for their but wouldalso increase tho opportuii-tie- s traps. When a horse Is to bo used In earn tho moniy this way lie is taken to the woods where ot the people to they need for existence. a bear trap Is to be set and there shot. He showed that the burdens of tarift Vfhe rarcass is placed so that n bear.nt- taxation eat deeper into tho roots of traded by it can approach it by only industry and bear more heavsVy on the cne path, and 'n that path the trap is. people than appeared on the surface. The bear la its anxiety to get at the 1'or every dollar which went into the dead horse steps in the trnp and is treasury from tho collection of tariff caught. A year aro Samuel Pcttibone, having taxes hundreds of dollars were collected by the processes of consump- had the Oil Joe horse twenty years, tion and trade throughout the country. and his agi having told ou him so that The tariff- - granted to a few protected his uscfuliess was gone, made up Individuals letters of marque to tin-to ewiird that twenty years of Iloridn stnto troops will reach here on the industry nnd commerce of their faithful rv!te by miking be.ir-tramorning. fcllous. bait of t,ic old hore. A big she bear Monday was n warm, rainy, muggy "In custom bouse arithmetic tno and two lo had been prowling p round Kilt Iluii ac, aim cue apinifl ni iuo pola were rot alwayr make f ur hut sometimes enty tn Willi two cub., and Pcttibone had mpcncu ncconllngiy. lucre was an This reduction of the tariff laws which was reason to believe that she had stolen about ote accomplished, would oierate to to uouticemctit on the "streets Mondnv So he put a halter Increas" the retcnues of tic government ttat two uf his sheep burning that Mitchell had broken hit the treasury would soon sgaln be In the con- on Old Joe. loaded him up with n bear lef. Then itwns modified to a sprained dition in which the dimocrsllc paily tell It lo trap, and started with him for a spring KM, and the chief trotb'.e would teccme tbe arkle, und thoro were scores of people signs oueatlon ot how o dispose of thesurptus which hole up the run, where tlitre were wio licllcvcd both stories. that tho bear family was in the habit would accumulate. V representative of the pjess whe a great dent of protec"Now, we have heard of visiting. There he Intended to shoot visited Mitchell at his quarters oc tion It Is a word we are thoroughly lamlllar Old Joe and set tho trap They had with. Hut what la rro action In the concreiel Anistasia island Monday morning got to within half a mile of the spot A gentleman on tbo Jlhir side (Mr Dili-Ifoend tho Englishman humping, but had declared that tie time would come when where the superannuated horse was to tit) damage was not nearly as bad tu tbe country would nave protection 11 we have bo sacrificed when Petllbone saw two wakjrlran out, U consists solely of a not sot .prasernon now, thin what la pro . ,......,.. ...,lu3 ,,,l,llrt tin- ill lm kI.Im nf ll ... ...... w. . .. n tection! i Hale mil we cot It nnw? u novvne JWUMa Mra ,."J.im "J- J oi a icnuom in tno ngni root. lie took bis revolver McKlnley bill protection In all lis rerfeclioif I fallen hemlock, say that it should have nc ni I Then what Is the tariff! The republicans j nmf, going cIoe to tlio sleeping cubs. weight In keepiug Mitchell onto) ii. ....... both, lie wasatooplng down seemto DilnU 'hat 11 Is ftilnpthlntf Kjrr.1. . II fc,ot ... uii-iit somoihing mys .c something wonderful, imr-ring than a blister on his rlghl nminluir "" tronli ici, mi easily and thlngwblch ibi.ua not be touched, looked at r ir mo uiii uc.ir or spoken of xiept .1th hilr.l hr,..th It is l Ull'Sll gaineil, vilic-lie sporting men of the city wen like thoarkef 'he eotecant of old which It was burs' out of the brush, and was on top 'Ihey firsl o' agog over the rumor. a sacrilege to oui. upon and death in touch of Pcttibone before he could turn. Ho t nght It a fake. Later they found And the mytu tariff went trlumphantlj managed to scramble part way to his . 'tt that Mitchell through the ehriion of lvM nd the dtmoerais had renlly hurt him s nougn il it wen sent fret, but wus forced down again by the whd were s. f Then they learned what the true 11 jt bear, which began ripping nnd tearing of ' iheopposltlor Into the con damage was, and at once they said t ifAMheUrg, t unJ final Is tho tai ff at him with her claws Oh, what a sly, foxy duck that chat Jewel in tie n wn of protection" Arowetu P. tttbone had placed his revolver on He's going into the rilig, but is get assucce than w ai lait we hate protection" Or Is tl ere arotlrr advsmc fn the life of the ground while he was looking nt t ng all sorts of rumors into circuln hlrh-et- l the cuts, and he had nothing to deprotection' i the wall lobe hunt still ti m to make people believe ho Is not it have protection fend himself with. His time would Idom' now whether order, thnt his backers can bet thnt h( t sense or whether ou rentle-menow In Ms t have been short if it had not been foi ill be there, and thus come out of tht on tie rtpubllcan side arc only started on your tariff career and will ultimately glte Old Joe. The mere scent of n bear If thing, whether he wins the light oi us a tariff .as wnicn wiu rivc us n name usually enough to terrify u, horse, but .ves It, severnl thousands ahead of the I (iov. and Muh. Hnow.vwill entertain market where our wants will lo supplied by thl.-- . old horse had either lost his seme game." of tho general assembly nnd trusts and by tie favored monopolist under of smell by age, or was too keenly Another theory Is that tho exngger incmbcrs friends Friday evening, Feb- tbo tariff Frankfort "Aro we to be told that the further we pro- alive to the danger his master was In ntions of the btory were coined to influ ruary .". from 5 to 8. gress In wrestltg tho secret of nature and ob- to think about himself, for, old nml ence the betting; nnd pound Mitchell'i for our inUustrlil pursuits, stiff as he was, he Jumped on the War PK.s.r.fo.M were Issued the other day taining routro I stock down lower than it Is now. eien of the r.menu Iheraselies. that when with his torn feet nnd, kicking and as follows: Original Widows, etc , we can harms up the llghinliig tn do the work ,. ,ir. c,,lliu- ..icvc-r-- .. tuiutn.lirruiuiuoi Mary J. Milbcrn, liarrodsburg, Mercer of commerce, snd when we inn use tones biting, forced the Infuriated uiiimuloll .. i i .. .v. n "J '"-- - v.-cl' m,nors of 1)avj(, ,, IIopnni w hlch (tn operation to day trantcend In pos er Pettibjne and turned her attention j Mayport, created n sensation party , christlan count , A nan; the very mlrjcles with which Moses s ugnt to toward himself, Tlio War attacked the , f, Monday morning, by threaten ng to at-- , , , Grcen, Warren convince I'tsrsoh of the divine mission t.ih brave old horse, aud would toon have which be s chsrged. are we now locoofcsi. tach the property of Corbett there on n and Incrcase-M- arI say, that car pcisesslon of thoio powers and dispatched him but Ptttibone sprang clalm for damages to tho house drctJKelIer, Covington. Kenton advantages of tut march along tie line cfcv for his revolver and shot three bullet ... against a lower In the bear's ear so quickly that she Tt,nn,.. lllxatlna makes t tl.-J- .. Ulll.l'UI" .UUI.... l,.t ... l.vu t,ol btark, Murray, Calloway county,....V....... level of clvwntlont helpless as 'I.HU.QI ...IIU. UUU died before she had inflicted any sehis party lathsrlim has prevailed against civilMeyer had called Corbett and "Sir, Maj. Hancock, deputy revenue col- isation, whin trbartm used the wcatons of rious Injury "on Old Joe. It 1. needless "burglars and thieves," nnd in turn he lector, returned to Lexington, the othsay Pcttibone abandoned all cut in economic contests, the h.gh-ethreatened to have Meyer arrested on er dny from Jackson county, where lie brute force cf cliinzatlon the more sure the re- to of that the level making bear bait of 'the horse. . idea a charge of libel unless tho cottage sult ot the contest And because we. in His On thn contrary, he look him back d distilleries, but up country, are the moat civilized rcople itat iho owner "came down off his perch. broko no twolllicit moonshiners. seen, because we have retched home and gave orders that there could world This quieted Moycr and he will now roiIlTll-ct.Apostmasters wero ap- tho hlghcit lerel of clriltratton of whtihthc never be anything on the place toe enter a civil suit for damages of $500. we nre for thai follows: Felix Kianery, nt human mini) ever dreamed,only ehargeJ with good for Old Jo.! as long as he lived. He claims ho never consented to let pointed bs for ttat reaion Alphercttn, Floyd county, vice J. R. reason aim puriM.c of effecting the 1ilntrtsl He was a pampered creature ever after. the btgl.rt Corbett occupy the cottage. Mien, resigned, and M. .1. Jones, at nnd econornii at conquest of the whole world." Pcttibone declares iii.il hu Wllevc. thr Napoleon. (Inllntln county, vice Hicli-i- i Killing Ills Tno Miter. Quoting approvingly a sentence from horsu wus marked for vengeauce by for home bear that had seen ois b dd rescue Koc'kFoiin, III., Jnn. 23. John Hart nl Lilly, resigned. David tune, Mr. Cockrnn said: was placed on trial Monday for tho Tiik house committee on revenue and "Like turn 1 Pfay for thecommertlal success of his master from the she bear that murder of his two sisters, Mary and taxation will report against the reduc- andproipi ' f Iho sons of men where) er day, and that tho vengeful hear had they are i relievo that the children of Adam, found his opportunity the other night Nellie Hart, nt thoir home four miles tion of the state tax fiom forty-twwhom Chrliti Med to ssve, sre all our brethren, cents. They and that o.e inilon of tho republic U i ele- and killed Old Joe. on Septeuilier 5 last, undone-hal- f cents to forty west of the city, "Hut it's a good ileal better that the Mary Wing instantly killed and Nellie Will rcnoit in favor of increasing vate all ol ifm " Petti-lionforced to drink il fatal dnso of parls- by two tho employes In the nudltor'.s "Mr. tockran went on to argue thnt old horc ended that way," says !w "than to have ended up as bait green, nefore her"l ns an Imlividuul bhoiild contlne himself ilentli Nellie made a olllce nt a total cost of (AftOO a tear. statement tlxing the cilmo on her Tin: Louisville Trust Co., nt, adminis- to 'the laislncss that was within his for a bear trap." N. Y. Sun. capacity, so also n people brother. The dufuuno will W emotion- trator of deortfo 11 Hinkle, sued thu 'I lie I.lm or l.tiidrti. al insanity. Plui'iilx llrldgc Co. for $2.'.,000 damages sliuuld confine Itself to those Industrie!, lini.) or linden trees are natives the other afternoon, The deceased was uhich it cun carry on advantageously. of The CarelravHliinner. Kuropc. tho north of Asia nnd North The protectionists seemed to believe , Ci.ahksvii.i.k, Tcntu, Jan. SI Philip a victim of tho bridge disaster on umbra tnjt the condition of tbe laborer was America. Titey arc 15. Moody, n young man of prominence, geous tree, with iIivUIihm, Henri Tun legislature is smothering Itself best when ho win confined to one job. shaped, serrated leave i, ami cymes who lived about eight miles from this lu " he said, "the condition of tho under n mass of bills, the greater nuin city, met death In Dallas county, Tex., laborer is best when h has two jobs. or panicles of rather Miiall yelby shooting himself with a gun acc- lor of which can never pass. lowish thus em. 'Ihe wood Is' light Ao.l wo believe that If the provisions tiitKK.N has elected her first Howl i.vi identally, lie left a young wife und tough, cluiabl... soft, but of this bill go Into effect tlio country and Ward of public works. child ut his home near here. suited to carvoJ would begin ou a grand march of and pirtlciilariy liltllTITII Tliolt.MON', of Newport, a progress, on n wise era of prosperity work. It is much used by turners and siiiiall.i Kntltea In Chicago. constituent of Col. llerry, was the other for making pill boxes. Tlio ebarvoal ' 2U. Jack Frost's arriv- day nppointed n messenger in tlie war anil usefulness, such as has never beCiiicaoo, Jan. fore Won witnessed. It would reach a mado of it is often used for tootlt powal Monday caused a revival of smallpox. department. position of eminence which It could der, for medicinal pnrpuws, for crayon, For a week back the numWr of cases Mits. Jaiiiiiia Al.sop, who is fit years gunpowder. wero dally getting fewer, until tho old, is the happy mother of n line girl ncver'attaln until ft Is renlizisl that lU and for the inauufiiclureof called bast, is health department was about to an- baby Writ at St rods, .McLean county, children are entitliri to enjoy its fruits Tho fibrous inner bark, coarse kind o employed foi making a ut the cheapest rnVis. nounce its complete triumph. the other nighL A rcmurkiible feature Wo have heard it said," Mr. Cock-ra- n lobes mats, well known its A number of new cases broke out of the case is tho fact that this is the and shoes much worn by tho liusilnii continued, "tVvit nil through Monday, mostly in lodging houses. Ono first child Writ of n wedlock of nearly there has bees a reaction and that peasantry. The trees are out when full case turned up in tho city hall, and anirty years' duration. a revival of the sentiment of sap lu spriug For b.ist to W plilt-e- d other went to tho Chicago polyclinic. A IiKiKlinisKD light is Wlng'mnde by Into shoes, young steins of Thero Is a constant breaking of the tho women of Kentucky to have the Is In progress. Tiftxt sentiment Is to W and It I quarantine' laws, und tho health de- legislature pass n bill raising the ape of eiplalned on the, theory that the im- three years old are preferred, tne required to partment, in tho opinion ot many, does consent of a woman from 14 to !" jcarv mense standing z miles maintained by said that twoor thr.'u of shoe Til-a single ' not deal severely enough with tho of- Mrs "siintli ti. Humphreys is u prime the mlllUry natious of Kuropo make it malt- of the lime pairlinden are In winw or necessary to keep so Many men in tlie leaves fenders. movei in the work. countries uod ns food for cattle, but nrn.les." Dynauiltf. In Sicily. cows fed on them onidtico bad butter J. I Kdjiomis, convicted iu Kentucky t'ter giving figures us to 5'.r.ro,-n-n Homk, Jan, 23. Searches made in the nf violating tho Internal revenue laws arunes Mr. 'I lie flower have nn ngrecablo odor Cockran said: public gardens nt Catnnfn, Sicily, have nnd sentenced to Jail nnd to pay a line, ami uiKitind in hone , much sought Viw 0o you see why a prntectiie sjetiuil. resulted in tho discovery of three cases has been pardoned by the president i,!i",ry In those cc untrlrsf Now ilo yi u un after I lire. The see Is abound in 0 of dynamite labeled with tho naino of .ler.und tho growth of Iho proteeilie oil. 'ihe American Hino. tl.xrl. (iov llliowx- sent to tlie senate tho in Kuroper Now do you ro that It coinin.iul.v callod basswoul in Am or lea l foreign anarchist committee. A box following nominations fer appointment ii. i.' io t)ecesry to war Iherxlslenei of neiuniry nf fuses, was nlso found in tho same the Europear ns memlcrsof the board of comtiils-doner- s fnru a mllttsrv point of newt ,so. osau.-ima-ur- e bus linger lcava than place. It la competent for nuoicrnmeai lo species It grows nbonilautly tl ibi of the Kentucky institution fur oct llslndusir.is. !5rl) and dot ir o. DeI Is simply a IsMurder on it MrMinlHjnf? tho Kditcntloiiof Deaf Mutes for a term i .ir.vate.ludlvlduil nhlch tne Uieht if ntj shores of I nkes iho troit I'ree rrav for Caiiio 111 , Jnn 2:1. In u row bi.x years fiom January 10, is'.H. pn.ple, buttn nn case l It a.lnilsslnl. of two coloied deckhnnda on the Joseph 11. Thomas, Juiucs l Allen, s luriu u bounty for the berentof tin w .1. tl Doling the yar 'ivoi ltrtO to e4J in prolrellte tariff wall were In i. thrown steamer Stnte of Mlsbourl, John Chirk V. How laud and U W. Hudson. iwii InUrrmsny or Prince, ihn m utr ea .t poisoning by ovun of oi enVWeaBie whh atriick on tho head with u spade To ijt'Aimt:is, a coloted boy, has I de. by John lleiinett Clark died on the Wi'it nnexted ut llopkliisiillo, charged ami .'C'ouiilrlea uouldgi i n lih .Umalr u v so coninimi In Hu.Vnl thai Vlamont t ere nulU to u il. tar .ab.r '" in l'il passed teiy stflw.-t- t i iw wny to jj10 hospltul llcunett wns ur with sle.illn letters from thy post i.L.f notbc st.pplli.il wli.le tin. inimi-i- l ti ziatntuinltii.' In luilllaij oiuaaeaa ulatln.' thu ealo uf lb po.vni. rested j jtllce. d p si-r- ... I .... .i i ubollihtnir made a special order for next Wednesday, MarKiiAMtronr. Jan. 19. hEKATi-bena- tor tin, of Woodford county, Introduced .a bill Thursday thai will to ot vital Interest to all trotting horse treedcrs aoJ trainers In tho state It irov.U'x that w hen fair and racing associations offer rremlums, purses and stakes tbey shall give tond. lrsurlng the winner the l)ir,rutcf such stake. It also glies the association a lien on a'l horses entered for racing to sect re pjytnent of entraniofeea and forfeitures Mr. Wel.slngcr iresented a bill to fix the salary of Judge of the court of appeal to$A,Ci Tlie committee on revenue nnd taxation adversely bills providing for the reduction of the tax rati. Iho general local option bill was passed by a vote of 29 ton Horsz-T- o Mr Oosom's bill to defer lbs pens ty for nonpayment of taxes fiom Novem ber I to Decemtxr I was discussed at length, but finally postponed till next Thursday. Mr. llllo's compulsory education btll was made a speclst order for I'lldav, January M The fol lowing bills were passed: Mr. Vance's bill authorizing sheriff ot sny county to sen e sum mon on witnesses Iu any other county under illrrctlr.il of the court Mr Joyce's bill ellml nat'ng from tho rcrtnue law one of the oaths required to be taken by the persons assessed. and Ihe Joint resolution prattling for printingsixth-clas- s distributing UdOroptesof the charter for towns, after being amended b Mr Lyons to make tho number printed ,000, was passed by a unanimous tele. IntroFiiANkroitT, Jan. SO. StMATB-U- ill duced rrlday: Providing for Ihe abolishment Jury fund, Imposot the ofllco of trustee of tho ing tho duties of that ofllco upon the master commissioner cf Iho circuit courts. The following of Importance were also Introduced: Amending last session's act relating to fencing of railroads; nqulrlng private corporations to keep thseatof their -- rlnelpal offices In this state. The bill glitng clerks In circuit courts a .'.fee In felony eases, and an additional feo of 5 where the case Is appealed nnd a transcript mado wus passed 1 he pot ernor I'rlday morning sent In tho name of Charles J Cecil, of Hardin, to succeed Joel K. Head, resigned, as steward of the Institute for the Keeble Minded. Prohibiting bun-da- y Intredueed; llofsr.-Hi- lls turn-bal- l playing, making the offense a misdemeanor punishable In the sum of II to ft: e rf zing the sale or rental ot life estates, reminder Interests or other uneertsln. or con tingent Interests The power Is vested In cir cuit courts: regulating Ihe qualiucanons oi county Judges It provides that ha shall be at age. nnd shall have been a 1c st 51 vea-spracticing lawyer atleast four yean; Hxlng the salary of the geological survey at foO per month: .mending tho educational bllL ll relates to turnlshlnz nnd repairing of schoolhouscs: pro-tiding that county treasurers shall be appoint edbj lh- - nseat cowrt ot counties. Momlsy, af I'MAsKKonr. Jan. I ter n debaf, drawn largely on party lines, and lasilmr unt.l in the afternoon, Mr Illssrm a Mil to rejcee the rate of taxntUo from II), to 10 certs, was defeated, for the vote was tic IS lo 11 Under the censtltutlon twenty totes wero necessary lo carry It Ihe republican to rj solidly for iho bllL nnd were supported tn four democrat. A bill was offered Iu the h use nprreprlatlng IA.V) a year to cover expenses of additionnl clerical force In the auditor's ufnee, made, necessary by extra work Imposed triclcr provisions ot tho new constitution, iho general proceeding were dull, monotonous, nud nltcgether inprofl table Horse The committee on mun'elpatlt'es, n, gave another hearing tc Mondar Ci legations delrlng to effer opinions andsug. rcsll. s on tho protlslons of Iho charter foi Lexington was the of the second class. eft ..my elly represented, neither Cot lug ton not Newport hating rcqresentallies present. couatry. Let us bill ana i e yon that It will una -- more tnan.aix; spup kltf-he-a a6ntfc0lihs.llBJO-Prf- V wau-siosa- jx. tension - u5f. The dutiable etery city. Mr. lYIIsim told'uv hum list in r&hind fKa been steadily win last long auer no uas ujupi-.tcv- i dpr so and'jbotv coiailrrk only about this soeno of hi activity, which he hasthe prosus adorn: h articles,'"! it was, lsnd that a much to this countryhas told notthat the tariff six on depends perity of larger list was not needed, lb-- the sup- but on Its labor; not it mines, but on Its men; ami V. Income not on the republican party, but on Almighty port of the government, from thoso six articles "Acreatcr Ood." e WtLxm W s a step In the direction et into rrtora and the commercial freedom " t" otgr- laj3KWl a t '- - - than when the list contatncdMirlreds sf thousands of articles. The bnaklng down of the old barriers to tl free exercise of. the skill and IndustryApf a nation was of equal value to thetdivl covery of a new and better element of nature, tho opening of a new continent. the birth of s new nation. It had been bald that tne reduction of the tariff would paralyze trade aftrl destroy the Industries ol the couatry. He denied jt on the contrary, ht asserted that it would Increase trifle, would increase consumption, enlirge OLD A JOE KILLED Cine., BY A BEAR. Noble Tate Compared with Ihe One Ho A horse belonging to Samuel Pottl-bonof 151k Uun, and known far ond wide as Old Joe, was found dead In a rleld where he was pasturing one morning, and a nigged wound iu his throat lead to the belief that he w na' killed by a bear, says a Iloulette (Pa )correpon-den- t ll 1 ! i -- todl-cu- in-es ' ' "".""T M...... . i .., ..... c.....i.. i..u.. ir... coun-furnitur- r cap-lure- baer 1 1 o ' Vtli.l gr.i-ftil- bast-mat- Kit-ro- nu-jii- l - U-- . - 1 r. s,, .. .; ,i- "sos..i,-44g- u lAj" iT' ' -., .- "w fr'wffieliffififtifli w .. ) uti i THE HICKMAN COURIER. IIIO.CM.VK, KY., Two Good Bills. .1 UIUJAXTIO FA o.i: US' li.MOV. 'la I.ctee Ihu MisHiNstppl. (1ut a Canal Througli .IXovi'iiiriit In 'aii.olitlat( For years tho Stato Gazette has, Scnntor T. lor last wool;'"0- - To In iMlitorlats and communications, All the Oruunlr.itlloiis VVfHl Totnie.ifiL'c. dttced two good bills: ? '" b'.'ii urging the necessity of levy. ol" I.alior. 1 run AY, I j i JAN. 'JO, 18!M. niniMitl tlio jury lnw, nllowli 1,M on tho c the Mississippi river OXT wmtins following article We copy protect bank, so as Judge to nuthniizo Tlio ,0,'fl r,t West Tennesseeto enmities Tlio Nntional Alliance, in conthu Dycr.sbuig Gazette: putt aiii:m..ti; .n;i(ii:. when tlio ro(,'ulr pnuelTis e'111 irom vention nt Ohicago last week, tho bordering tho river. Only n few on the im- - took the llrst step toward n We are atitliorltcd to announce J. K. oil to summons 'fled Tlio state ennmii-sio- n eon. others r of witervays, showing ... .I...... l KOIIMINH, of Ore emintv, at it :...!. i unions inpi.ths ago the State Gazelle lli" pniveiut'tits ...inn ui iiriiiiiiiuriii published an rtllloral asking the for Judge of Court of Appeal, from tlio h.vstiiiidcrs.YTh the results nf tlio surveys of tlio throughout the United States. of Ihe DomoiTiiic bus been fiivoralily report! "'"' auhjeol (n tl.c ...iiiii.iiil Tiiiiiii..sii. mill l imi4iiit-.A tlcllnlto plan ol organization Memphis chamber or of commerce HARDWARE, QUEENSWARE, SADDLERY, HARNESS, ETC. parly. Election in Novomhrr, 181)1. congress to our members will pntif) tln Semite, ft Uiver eanul, have made their re- to include the tlvo prominent ii,.,. secure government nlil tor INTEREST ON DEPOSITS. CLINTON STREET, Tho otlur lilll require of this country was adopted port to Gov. Turitcy. Tlio report roit iiotmrv t'oiuiT 'i.:iiu. HICKMAN, KT. ib,.-- tvork of such vital Importance of tlio fieuonilfAM"''')' i an admirable one. Thcv sav the and n committee appointed to se- t,i the rich counties of Luke, or aullinrlie In minoiticr A. I., ill, We cure its adoption bj tho other , reuiiessee and Mississippi canal The bonks for the 0th Series ruiii. na a catilidiift or thr illii' of to preserve nil reports iher, Latiilertlalu and Shelby. The unions. 47.iur.ljr Court ''liTlf fir Kulton Connljr, copied that or the Iltckmau It. & L. Associa i;.eal Avnhincho estimates, &c.. tiiHtlc bji""" can be built in four years by the The organization will bo callod .1 .l ni die pii.'iim,,' toremrr nerll'in. that tion are now opened Tor now suitto lio kept for ton yeiirs, fi "" tate with our convici laoor wun "tho Farmers' Union," and the al- (.Mortal, with comments We aro aiithorlz'dio minonnee Awjil liar Highest Market Prico will be Talil for Beef OattU. fri iiould have sootiretl the dclrod nililUUin, 111 IHU UIIUHIBH III1IUI'. mr a coit not exceeding yoou,tAiu n liance men are confident i it: is liy other Co""1 VABD a a can, l, lite for llit ollire of tnro that it The Association has now been Count; Court Clerk for Fullon county. tees hereafter InrpBlicatins1"10 year. This money so invested will will receive tho hearty indorse, r operation. The absolute for this has steadily running four .years, with success l ihe enmitng November election. ruvenuu that or similar subjects. The lii! ' yield ayear; it will paywill increase incut of the Orange, the Fanners' with each passing year. to all share holders, and hundreds We are aiilhorlted to niinouaoe W V the main- Mutual Benefit Association and every ou the west oT citizens willingly testify to aa candidate for re election to In very importnnl one, cali:alut Hv building levees to tenance of tlio convicts and all the Patrons nf Industry. office of County Court ('lerk for Ftilmn lnuk of tho river, which dash the .its greut benefits lo tho com savo much tlmo and eipem to expenses ever afterward employ Ihe L'Hriuern' Union will be in- asters to county, Bt the enauln Novemlier aro tnado something ' the State, ohvinto tlio Wc'i' ing lUCIIl HI DtlllUlllg llinipiKCS, corporated under the laws of Ill- I, not nowtho east, ifdone many intiiuty. Loans and must boonly speedily to Stockholders, inois, audit is expressly provided fnp plantations in tho ubovo of future jnnksting trip i;.!he in every county in the state. The by real estato or stock, I'lIK tDD.KI'V JUIlMts. organ various asylums, &n., in t)mt iev oninuttco make a magniticent that it shall be a 'he payments are to bo made counties will have to be izutiou. We rc autliortiej to nimounre JcxiIUA enn refer to and hundreds of good fain-- 'monthly at 0 per cent, interest. the report! ami 'l showing of the 92o miles ol naviThe constitution and NYIi Bt aandl Ulp for reflection mates of prevloitH dumon- If yon don't want In borrow, all e." rendered homeless. gation. The estimate fully shall be based upon tho form of rutilied to note that our Wo aio your money with interest on said commities to the ollior of Cintr .Mult of fullon nongriMS tr.ites that the canal will become the constitution county at the enmiing November n applying likewise of tho Unit... In iiivesllr,utns .:iri MeDeanuoii has introduced I'nymenl, will bo paid back to you H.UUCIIAHAN. J ;..0. IIONDUHANT. It. L. ALKXANHER. J A. TnOMrM.", of penltentiaiies, capital bnild s. t source of great revenue to the States and the plan nf the general in appropriiitiiig ):'0'0(KMJ to be jon.'io days notice. B. CI K, Ju.lf. C. L. ttANIif.K, J. N. tiBAULk, Jr. Mate and show9 fairlv the impor government lu IIh legislation, ex &o. It Is really wonderful hut Here is your opportunity to sei,i. lo immcdedhitoly auilable for Kim JAII.KK. tance of this waterway from hast ecutive mid judicial departments :ej such a bjll has not become a aw rennesseo throuili the Mussell One of the specifically stated ob- - ar eying, locating and construct cure a home, to lluisli paying for j We nre authorized In announce Qkoboe L. bought, or to years ago. It shows tlio a.! in Shoals and the Mississippi river jecto of thu federation is 'to pro fl' a levee from highland at Hick the one yon have your monthly de- II DUCIIANAN.rrMl.lrnt OAnritNTKB hi h nsndlLte fir J. J. ft. tlONIiURANT, R. L. Al.Wt. interest on ran down the Mississippi river to linn to l in utTico nfjiller of Fullon tags of ha ing a first cIuhh AN:H, Caihier; J. N. DKADLKIt, Jr AaalilinlCatl.lvr. busiess canals to New Orleans anil the mote social harmony anil enter! no high ground above Tiptouville. posits, county, at the enntlng November elecman for 8enator. This bill is. sulfas an nutlet that will iurntsh tatument for the families of isolat iir.ie lain hiioiiiu ue nineiiiietl so as tion. lhls series closes on tha. .inl ctl farmers "" ntleitiatoly protect all the oiin- - ThUMtiaW aatjAYhrifti i'jejejejejejejejejejejejejejejejejejejejejejejejr'SF'IW led the Senate, witho M I'laM HI cheap rate of transportation. We ar atilWlied to ennnunco W. F. tiuvKrwoug at a ean lair fnr ine office' jnrj yoto. it"Bt)roHpectivetrtite.8 above. Congress o'clock n. in. Drill at the CTTTJlnKU Th o Mutual Life Insurance'" 9 u. his office for further Instructions. icr in rui.Qn coun.y, at iuo inau in view. Unc is to cut Irom the Company of New York Is the 6W in"T 'f110""'' "l,0 ' r tub i'blrbmatb Ifc November election. support. llie Jlein- Tennurrftee distance of est, largest river a n Mil. Wilson Cinli!" "f tle Company A Washington girl recently phis chamber of commerco sliould miles to Henderson, on too united amies, ino Uonipmy WnjHaiul MpiiidCouiniittee, in twenty-fiv- e gallantly come to the roscuo, for required something moro substanThe MisflisHippi LegiRluturo will hia recent in Congress, tho I'orked Deer river, and the is now issuing to the insuring iub-li- all tho trade of tho endangered tial of her sweetheart than promelect n successor to Senator a policy comprising advauiiges other is to cut from Hamburg, on district is tributary to Memphis. ises. She made him go before a wound up 'ill' this eloquent ex the Tennesseo Walthall, January 30. river, a dUtance of never before ofl'tred. For fill in- All tho papers In all tho rioh coun- notary public and make oath that hortatior thirty miles, to I'ocahontas, ou tlio formation about these prllcies, ties at Interest should make com- ho would not touch a drop of Wilson IIowahd, the our tru '.et ilnrini? tho huhmcn nf Ida tlexporatlo, was liaugeil at forw.ir.l in n 111 eti mike Nllli Let ut go Mig Hatchic. The consumniation call on E. K. Ellison, fout. mon cause of this matter. Dyers-burUna couulrv Lebanon, Mo., Friday. natural lifo, ami then was mean w litre tov tin" (iiearar of Gazetto. ttS "n "btM before Iiiiu. wlirre of tliis great work would rctilt Mr. Ed. 1'ortke Thompson, enough to have the instrument in decreasing the distance to New Gov. FisiinAcir, of Arkansas, i.p.irluiily olirniuc before Inn. State superintendent if public innil luded fnr record with the recordin onnor lias announced himself as a candi- dtri rJt rise ton iuoIi lulliuocc. lo luch Orleans 50'J miles, and would re- struction, has Issued circular to to tunli; er of deeds. date for the Senate, ngninst r proiH-laa hlaonn uieri'a u fr, nol sult in unlimited benefit to the ensuperintendents and eiliern calling Berry. A LL parties owing us will please rl(:liJ ilown ili In '.I an. kf foallon. tire state anil espeeiallty to East attention to abuses ikistiug with FA I II wVuKINU. labor fir a counirjr frae lo all, wllh f.rl A COMPANY has been inoorpnr. iipportunilj plaiiteJ In every Imrat, lu and Wtht Tennessee. Tlio reMrt reference to the puiiinso of maps, eall and settle their accounts at is based upon chartB. otc, in the fschooU. In once and oblige. Your bills for 1.S1M nrn due, and of atetl in Alabama for tho purpose creri buniMe firralJe In the jnl " of furnishing transportation to must he settled, I cannot indulgo Bai.T7.er & Shaw. the report ot the Chief Engineer some instances tnai anil chart Tial does not sound hko the you any longer, Liberia for negroes at $20 a head. speoeli of a man who is lying John J. Williams, which fully agents have uuloaden great quaii-R, B. BllKTARD. TCR'N 15 Ml.nwt.T MITT HUKKI.T. covers the case and it is a splendid ties of their stuff on school dis-- l Thr St. Louis Republic says: awakj nights trying to devise report, a perttal of which will trlcts by the false prJteuse that the' The present widespread revival wayato ruiu tue inuustries or mo " V. r. C. Certain C'lilll Cur". U Slowly, but surely, according lo startle all who read it in tho mag- stato or comity superintendent. the ... iriiiu.in iinciroi III illin rnuil" trade reviews of tho Dun and plt'iiamil lo tiiku uiul linruili-aahad ordered or recommended the couviry. nitude of tho stttendnu8 resource purchase. Mr. Tiompson says Kradslrcel agencies, business is Clilldreit like IL tJmtrniitccd try is the bent nign now visible of In euro Clillla mill I'ccr. Lurgo of the counties! along the proposed an outfit as lie holfls to be sulll netting into better shape. it sweeping Demncratio victory at t MlLLIONAIKK TOM .lOHNdON, of bottles iO rriiln. next fall's elections. should cost less than $50, fal telegrams, based ou inter-bu- t ForeaWtiy C. A. IIoiroD, Drujglll. Cievulatid, Ohio, who makes iron line. the Bv Forked Deer routo boats in many cases agents, by mis. Wows at tho principal centers, Tue Committee, on Revenne ami and represents a district in Con would leave the Tennessee river representation, hare sold outfits make it plain that the general BpliiJId Sink ef Ike trey Uet Taxation of the Kentucky House Keei Or til BIBlM much more. He recoiu- provement noted as tlio turning of ltepreseutativen Monday re- gress, is extremely candid and at the mouth of White Ojk, proForlhe year 1801, and l.ereafier, ray ported adversely the bill reducing gives away some of the secrets of ceed up White Oak to the point of mends that trustees proceed nf the tide last week has not only will ho lhank my HARDWARE, TINWARE, STOVES, fcs. the State tax rate to forty cents. tlio protected plutocrats. lu his intersection with the canal, thence agaiust such agents under tho been retained, but has been added hiKlne.a anJ frlen. la (M.SII. I aa fr their The bill was refused a second speech on the tariff bill he said: thrniighthecau.il thirlv miles to statute for punishing those whojto this week. Tho bond offor of patron make II lo llirir Intrreal 10fatera anJ will tilch are offered al 03B rttlCR, m. um aW reading by the (louse. A ' measobtain money b false pretenses, "ecretary Carlisle has given trading with me, All parttra 'Do employr pay larger when the head of navigation of the Forkure of simlar import in the Senate tbey (el lurgt-- profit" 7 I 'Innii,it'a een ed Deer, and thence down the Trustees are required, under end n tin fact ion among all who .i'r.l lo me nre kindly rrquetletl lo' aod err loeal the taerkel Jwillee, was defeated by the roto of 15 to pbilaiuliroiiiaia do not. Take Mr Au.lraw Forked Deer to the tho law, to purchase the following- "re f'r sound currency, and It is come and lettle. Mississippi at Terrestrial Globe, Wall Map of ihe belief that the improvement in JOHN M. WITTtNO. Uarupgie, li. gif en like a prince out of 15. All gede (airaaleed ItwH hi m'lllun, the larlli hi ernblej him to Hale's I'oint. tho World, Wall Map of the U. S.. trade and industry will be hastou-Wal- l He flvce Sknatok Saylrr has iutrodu-ret- l !; from hla county Map of Kentucky, ed. " liV a prlnre from hia mora thin Princely a bill in the State Senate au- Coiapul.norv Kdncatfnn. Charts npon Rending. Writing. BK,KI" he thorizing the court of claims or liirom but lie iloea not raiw )' unleai BlT Taken up ae a Hiray by R It. Conner, Physiology and H.xgiene.and such be baa to fore he ilaitril for Jeruea fiscal court of the several counties lem a frw Ja)aago he uiiimj ibe tariff iS,,nt 5 railei ot Mr. Ed. Porter Thompson, Sup other maps or charts as tho Trua A gentleman who has returned llln In ('niton of the Common wealth of Kentucky to rfl.eaubliali the M.t, JwaaOA, Ca..... JOOI W. tOWUItL, T. rraa't. pool and psy eountr, Ky., one III.4CK Cms. niLIZIM. rrta'U erintendent of Public Instruction, toes may select. frnill R Southern trip happened in- - MMIK MUI.K. about to issue and direct tho sale of otlir nn.iiifarturrra ti .hut up llirir rnly Tra old, to a colored prayer meeting which hand liltb, bron no.e, and white bonds for the purpose of building, nrka and throw llirir men out of em has sent out the following circular a TilK sugar bounty provision n.' was being held in a district that taddlr mtrka on back No nttirr roirka repairing or remodeling court- ploymrol luThenbie fvneral cut in waj;ee to tho County Superintendents waa iniJe all ,reeltbte, and which la ap- (raat calabll.huicnta, houses, cleik's offices, jails, or and Iben be announced fajinaeir ready lo and other edurators of the State, tho Wilson Tariff nil! was abollsl- lias bucu made particularly destl , or brand. jiv u.i. prieu a,under ed by the National House Mot into by the recent flnaucia! c other public buildings. Olecn un ....!. .. 5 000 the relative to the Compulsory Eduiut hand aa Jti4ge ol the tho vote standing yeas Ki.'.Hilys. He was matching the Kullnn CouolJ Cnurt thla 73rl day of unemployed in Plltahure, elate lha.1 If 79. cational bill now pondins lu tlio y ITi.th IP III and the amomlinenii earnestness of ihe several lo. ISt3 Vei Ji'MIU.l .All.iili, lli" Still another unanswered iues l gn-J. P. C. r. edopted being that offered by Mr. linndred colored peoide gathered fur Inhr, ought ti ii a LegfufBrnre: tlon put, by tho .'Jemncrnts to the tery paradiae for worklngmen. Yow, Republicans daring the tariff "The Hon. J. D. Hilos has intro MqRae, or Arkansas. The mem- - together, when nn old woman y piculy of bers of the Kentucky delegation with u bandana tied about her is thai with which Id.Min ninoli ta ili Deal for Ubor,of em ploy rail? duced in Hie llouseoi aoup.lioua'ia or pteuty by tho Waya out! head was called on to pray. Her knocked the breath out of liutt n.cr" la the (juration botrreeo protoct.jo a bill providing for compul- who stood telle: "Why is that ou give the and (ree trade.'' sory education. It is a well con- Means Committee in favor of the petition was brier but had all to By firlur of a ll.!re Warrant directed me which latued from ihe Clark'e office Wc offer the most Liberal ArcnmmodstUM fish enrers of New Kngluiid free sidered, well guarded, liberal bill gradual wiping out or tho bounty Up pathos that words could ex- of Ihe Kullon Couoly Court, In fator of Solicits your business. lo our CtiBtomcrs Consistent with Kstabllshtd system were Messrs. Paynter. press. She stood in a beseeching William Perry aeainat Wn Carlrr and which is a benefit to them, salt, the aim being to iusuro to each Nliniihl Ntaml Together. liaiikitig Principles. and deny free suit to the farmers The attitude for a moment, then, with Frank Carter, I or one of toy drpuilea pupil child tuition for a certain Berry and Montgomery. Ib'JI, oftheWpRt for curing mentt other members of tho delegation tin. ere.test earnestness said: "O will, on Monday, tbaolb .lay or Indianapolis News, a number of mouths each year, eith The Conner-Journayour table betwren llie froure of 10 o'eloek, a. tn staunch Democratic paper, in er ai uoine or in a public or excopt Mr. Adams voted for the Master Jesus, shake was a touchi- ant 3 o'clock, p. in., al Ihe Campbell farm or California, speaking of the Wilson bill, eats: parochial school; but it is important MuRae amendment. A substitute cloth this way." It Oov. Markham, on Sanafraa Kl.lie. county of Fullon, Ky , DALTZER, It. T. TYLER, J. W. 1'OWKLL, R. R. RRRT AKD to know the views of school off- offered by Mr. W. O. P. Breckin- ng appeal. Pittsburg Dispach. eipoM lo 1'ublio Sail, to the hlf heat bid C. has authorized tho filing of a suit The Democrats, if they hope lo ridge, der ibe following properly (or eo i.iiifl. W. A SHUCK, J. W.'COWOILL. A. A. FAKIS. to turn over the Blythe estato of accomplish anything, must pill icers, teachers and others ou such sugars placlnu n uniform tax on all Chllilrcn like lo lake ' CO. C. thereof ai nay be necr.eary lo eatiafy the of one cent por pound, was four million dollars lo the Stato together. Those who think the a measure, since its enactment Ortulti t'h II I Cii re," llie plena amount of the I'laintlfl'a itehl, mlrreat and on the crrottnd that the title lias Wilson bill does not go far euontli, into a law would not subsorve the defeated by a vote of 141 to 07. nut uiul Kiiiiruntci-- euro co.tel, till pene of corn, abom Ague mid .llulurla. ilOOO buibolt and two black horea mulei, failed for want of heirs. .Many should not lose sight of the renl interests of society, unless A Cincinnati man got mad and ..Trice SO eta. lotted upon ae ibe properly of Wn. Car. claimants from all parts of the faot that no reform can be mule sustained by strong public senti paid his tailor's bill with Ave thouFer in by C. A. HoLonMDK, Drufgiit. ler and (rank Carter. United States have endeavored to except with the aid of the voles ment, Please to tell me in brief sand copper cents. Tho question TERMS Sale will be made on a credit secure the big estate but none of of men who think the bill goes Inn, on the inclosed card or otherwise was raised as to whether the tailof 3 Dontln. bond with ariirorrl aeenrily A XKW inr.A. whether you and tho people you or wan obliged to take payment In them have succeeded in showing far. Tho required, boarluj; Inlereal al the rale of class must lie represent believe our present con money or r. clear title though the case has conciliated, latter that denomination. This A hill has been introduced In 0 per cent, per annum ir.iin uay oi aiie and must bo led ditions demand such a law." been in progress for several years to defor somewhat in brought out the information that the Ohio Legislatnro which Is and hailnx Ihe force and effect of a Reprefer Denier Id Tho Courier-Journapast. J. W. Blythe, or Fulton, ences to the views of their party in speak- - will be now to some: "Cents, two creating much comment through- plevin flood at maturity. their Tola Jan 35th, lff)l. ' one nf the claimants, sa.s the assneiates. Every great pieco of ' cents, three cents and niokelanre out tho State. The bill abolishes " circular and the bill in M. I) J01IN3DN, Sheriff F. C. Fulton Ouuril, will cotiliuuo light- legislation is lu tho untnre of a 'general, says: legal fender only to the amount or hang'ng as a moans of inflicting W- -2l DRUGS, HEDICINES, PAINTS AUD IITHTDffi. BrCL. Walkik, D. 8. ing for his claim. cents. Silver dollars the death penalty, and provides compromise. It seldom pleases! Compnlsory ednnatinn is prob- twenty-fivTHE WEEKLY AMERICAN, IN discuBsiusi the Wilson Tariff ing man engaged in its proper. ably popular among school super-tlo- aro logal tender for an unlimited that all murderers sentenced to HICKn.VN, KT. bill, tho St. Louis Republic says: completely. Tho Wilson bill iutendents and teachers, but the amount. Trade dollars nre not death shall bo put ont or the way legal tender. Sliver by means or anesthetics, which The paper of Ibe pe pie, Ibe great l.at 'It ought to bo enough for a Dem- is any tiling but perfect. It is not great majority of o en tlio PRESCRIPTIONS OAREFULLY COMPOUNDriA Weakly. Alwaye full of Ihe pieces are are to be administered under the ocrat to seo that this is the liest with itsseir, norin enra ed and intelligent people of tho quarters, twenty-cen- t legal tender to tho amount of $10, supervision or a board or physi eit Newt, Foreign nod Domestic. In and tariff measure that has ever been ploto harmony with the thcor state have given the subject too the nrwa fully, fairly la to and silver threo-ceu- t cians and scientists. The condemn forellilf. fle treat) all public ijueatloae proposed by a party in power. It either of a protective or of a little attention to know whether Silver It pices are legal tender to the etl man having boon placed in n festlcssly. Th eaamplon of Ihe publla is better than the Walker tariff, revenne tariff, its atitiiora re thoy nre for or against sucli a bill. painless sleep tho scientists are agalnat uionnpoliee, Iruala and eorabinee. because it removes taxes from cognize this. But they believe it Such a cohsuh of onlnlon h wnnld umount of (5 only Ex. Deraeeratie It ripounde to be permitted to tako tho top or trlnra. Under III new roanacr.nenl It the raw materials nf mauiifnettire is the best that can be doncat tho ho gathered by the responses to NrTI;KI - present time. (lisnml thus affords a real encourageWe hope that Superintendent Thompson's circn- I havo taken full charge of the his skull off and watch the action will become the ureal WEEKLY OK TIIK ' e for inent to industry. It is belter ctissloti in the committee will show lar would not refleot the public storo anil . I have of the brain, or to lay bare bis (SOUTH. Il will uniwcrffndy fii.hl and TWICE-A-WEE- K 16 PAGES EVERY WEEK! than tho Morrison bill because it that it can be improved in certain opinion with euQIcient clearness hail over 1G years' experience in heart and other vitals and atudy nurlly anil bonraly Id Looal, Stall rareruuy rearranges seiieiittii's leatures, nnlalily In Its treatment to be taken ns authority for such repairing lino Watches. I havo life there. Tho author of the bill National Affaire. he moat attract-lee- . It ejieeal fralarra will which Republicans lisd dislnited oi sugar, uui me point we are a radical step. the finest lot of tools in tho city, hits flooded tho State with circuTbe lateil new, from WaabinctoD, at the behest of the tubby all out insisting on now Is that unless the lars in support of tho measure, ar- whrre so much of imporlanee le tranaplr Ssmi-Weekland I guaiHiiten my work to give of any endurable shape. It is bet- Demncratio extremists are willing guing that its passago would glvo Inn All the newt from Ibe Stale Capiwill do llrt Tiik Louisville daily papers aro satisfaction, and us any first class scientists an opportunity to study tal, Thlnui of Inlereal lu women Ibla Any raider of the Coi'oina can get The ter than the Mills bill, because It to yield somewhat of their prefer itapubllo fret by tending lo work as cheap class nnd will cuts deeper into the taxes which encos, the success of all attempts now busy giving prospective can- workman. the currents of life as they havo department a.liie.l, oe carefully Information Ibree na yearly eubacribcre 10 The llcpubllo wih JJ.00 Bon Buck, eonlalninx anIn allition lo obtalnlnc the (treated newt wnkly in Amerlra, eery lubtcrlber le press heaviest on tho homes." never boon studied, and would un at reform of the tariff will be didates for State offices froe women. An Ohio genins has invent- doubtedly result in tho most won and article of Inlereal lolo Farm, 4hBfJae WaJaUtiti'l Sk4J? Ijinee Ihe price of Ihe paper, or more, every year by Ik jeopardized. And the I)nwMHM(s nouncements, which many of the Qreat allenlion la paid It Is unfortunate, nays the Covpower country papers are silly enough ed a machine which performs tho derful and hntinflnAitt illiinn vnrlnn and Lite Siook ne,. Mlacellaneoue pTcnrWrr maJe alWlrilien from lime lo lime. one upon receipt of a poilal card excuseKarafie coplra of The Hrpubllo will be arnl any ington Commonwealth, that so nave nothey do Tor uelng lu their editorial col- operation of waslihig. riuslng nud reading le Ihe bail, alwayt bright, now, if not reform the to reprint in on tl0 teroat or humanity. requeil Addrme an ordert. TIIK ItKI'IIIII.IC, NI. Loilli, ftlu. many Democratic papers have umns. Now tho ovo of n cam- 'iiJi.iU mu iiiaiicrmriou enlertalnlog and uuiiiiiri year joined in tho Republican cry tariff. paign Is a good time for the State party 01 1011 penpie, a lew minhavo you tried Pinntatlon Liver Tbia great la an elictioa year In Tcnnea-twrleolion year, aud Ihoae now against the income tax, a meas the It is estimated by tho treasury press to resolve to do nothing to utes, and without wetting wo- Pills for habitual constipation f llelnga may nerer wllnriaeuch aone again, ure, mat is at once just anil pop (lpimrtini'i.t Dint tlin nilrtntinn nf further the political ambitions or baud of tho nttoudnnt. Club They are perfectly delightful and Krery official, holh hluli and low, are lo nlar. It would bring to the Treas-- i the income tax measure reported those who do not patrouizo the men can now eat In peace no mat- a sure enre. Price 25n. 8old by go out, and their placea to be Ailed by the or the ter how late the dinner may bo. nr.y a revenue or not less than by the Wuys and Means (Jotnuilt- - announcement columns people at the polla. II will be a llrely " Cowgill & Oowgill, Hlokinau, Ky year In Tenneiaee, a Ileely year amoDg or The business which means just teo will bring the government newspapers. t?35 000,000. Tho enormous expense IncurpolitlcUna, aaplrante fnr office, and Ihe "working" newspapers has come red in publishing Tho Southern T. T. Swayno. that much less or taxation fnr tho 75 000.000 annually. general puhllo. What a Democratic Con Gore Bro's., Cayce, Ky. to be one of the leading industries Magazino In its present elegant pooplo each year. It is a tax that n winter will hare a marked greaa iloea Dr. T. DeWi-iTalmaoe bas of Kentucky. Hopkins villa A. E. Brevard, Jordan, Ky. would be popular, out so much in tin e n co in tbe eominf elaollona In thit form, would seem extravagant to notified his congregation that he because it effects less than Kiery voter tbould know tlior Stale. those who have seen cheaper In all branches of trade there nuchly whal Long real iloee, and ilioulu ont or 61,000,000 people, but will relinquish tho pastorate of To all of which we respond efforts fail in tho past. But demand for goods, and follow Ibe dally irunaaclloni of that body. Is a because those who would pay it the Hrooklyn tabernacle in the Amen ! since wo see and hear of The ,. til. fair .nam. mnrntiutltA tllfl Otitic). Therefore, every voler ahniilil read Ibe ran best afford it, a feature in di- spring, lie has been its pastor Southern Mngnziuo everywhere, . , forJB iprllg trade of inoro DAILY and WEEKLY AMERICAN. years. rect contrast to ordinary taxation. for twenty-fivnrxnnrtlmili In well 10The DAILY and Ibe WEEKLY AMER. General Weaver, late Peo- it Would SCOni that II judicious ex- i.. is just because tho rich man It AN will furnish all Ibe procecllnga of Tun lawyers for Eugene Patrick ple's parly candidato for Presi- travoganco Is tho highest economy. m.ko,i una will undoubtedly bo uongreaa iniichint lliee laiuet. rtUW In enjoys ton greater extent than Prendeigast, the cnnvloted assas. dent, addressed a large audience Bud that the South can aud will TIIETIMETOHUUsCltllli:. reniueil. the poor man the protection and sin of Carter Harrison, have asked at Princeton, Ky., Monday, on the support only tho best. Dally and Sunday, U.OO. Ihe benefits of the government, fnr more tlmo in which to prepare money question. Ho in making a tub totali.nnumber of business Weekly 81. OO. Thr Manufacturers' Record i TTi.iiBil Htates dnr. and therefore should bear a great tho iirgnments for a new trial, and Send for a eamplo enf y I t&r Stato tour of this section er share or the burden nr that their request lias been granted. in the Interest or hisof the paper, publishes a large number or letters ,' ,.,e yenr igos, according to tho The American it Democratic. Iowa .. ... government. These features Tho court set the case for final trial and is speaking in most plauos agency, is juouv,nn inJlradstroot alniio sliould commend it to nil for Jan. .'51. Premlergabt still where the Populist causo has to tho general condition of bttsi crenH0 0r more than 50 per cont. A. W. LINDSAY, ' ness in the South, in which, with ovcr fair minded persons but when the contends that he will never hung. nearly died out. ,,0 totals of 1802, while the out exception, it is stated that tho , . , rti,jities aro 8103,4000,000, Attoraoy.at-LaTrrate or tho tariff bill is coupled About a year ago i took a with it. there remains no excuse tack of la grip)) I eiugha violent and Two bills have been introduced in last two years havo witnessed a a n(.m,o or nearly 400 por cent, Uy IIIOKMAN, KY. senate providing for new comploto change in Southern n Democrat to oppose It. TJio nlfht for nboul lx weeka, mv for ife (hen tho state lue ,.eftr I One proposes methods. Tho fanners of try f hamberUnd'e qapitol buildings. party lias proinined telief from t lie ailti:eatil Hat ,.,.., ,. , Tun farmers In ft Louisiana par- Office with R, fi. Murrell. U Wl .' HIV kJUIIIII Bill most unjust burden nf the MiiKlu-jo- C0112I1 iiemedy. At tiril I eouij ata no to oreato noiiy to do Known n1 ti... Rnnih IOIl,i;il i Inking u, and the board of statohouse havo dovorsllled their crops, and ih havo mot and resolved. ' Thatcoiiitu tariff, and if further success Is difference, hm n'lll keptnliat oon found Out it " ornnO every momoer 01 u DR. to bo had at tlio polls, it must bo I got 110 relief from one doae neeled. If, sloners, whose duty It shall bo to money that fonnorely went to tho imo" noreny i,k nnolh-er- "pat in repair and complete the North and West for provisions 'lor ouiigiuun by tho fulfillment of that piomise. and It wai only a few i.j un, wi Htatebouso and pnbllo odloes on and grain has boeu kept at home, "o tho most rig d ooonnmy until It is u tlmo fur Domnuiats to unite free from llie eoiili I Hunt people In and stand firm amid Die clamor general ourhl In know Ihe film of thU thccapitol snuareat a cost not the result being that tho outlrn o got out of dobt, and tnereiiy IIIOKMAN, KHNTUOKY 01 nuy( ik reme.ly, an'l nod noise nf an opposition that ledrlni; the Utiefit plrai'ire in ;kno" exceeding $1,000,000." The othorl sootlon in less in debt than at any bo financially iiitiopeniierii or men. ' lhls sooins, bate t has long flourished by reason of If M,lloti Mualard, Olr, oiilo. from bill provides far tho construction jtinio since tho war. Tho letters man or sot if6 Oowcill & CowkMI'" ofawest wlug to the present ' also state that the credit system h to be the very best possiuio wny Office overDrug lis legislation for the wealthy anil Ao cent Ixiiilei for ealo ky T. Storo. being suporcodod by u cash basis., out of tho woods. musses, capltol. Pruggiat, ulaeaus as against the , lo i.-u. i Secure Homes M. a3iCj.Xj3lji B. Shaw, EaSJf Payments !,Slapk and Fancy tfooeeries, , I nr-tie- nlC01"-iiilttt'C- I liu""-tlou- 1 .lt - - e t, Tay-Lo- ll I I'litnts' and mmwm national bank, CAP IT AL STOCK $50,000. DIEiBOTOBS. o if :f i a r, s clre-lio- n. I d fer-ti- e il non-secr- abau-(Miu'- I by-law- s J I elfc-l(o- I I so-car- e 11 ''je'-'tiona- ,u.., ?'" rVVv ON -- CO., .k ? e g 1I1 Sen-ato- NOTIOE. i HIOKMAN WAGON, IIIOKMAN. TUCTv V. "OLD RlCLIABLUr i 1. Spec-cien- - con-lln- gen-Th- e r - rreM4 fcllow-cllli- "w"!" " , STRAY NOTIOE. aoulli-wril lllek-ma- n. atecl-ra- il "" 111 gi-- .... - "BIT ICKMA1T JgANE, tron-day- de-na- lh-- rr -- prot-Kil- l ot mOSMAN, KENTUCKY. de-bal- e cur-ll- repii-benta-live- s Sheriff Sale!. Paid Up Capital $40,000.00. DIBBOTOR l. . d fin-I'ett-- r, i; TEE OLD EELIABLE. 0HAS. A. HOLCOMB l, 1 o I n half-dollar- o oducat-consiste- mte-aln- half-dime- s sliuon-par- e d. The St. Louis Republic Free! Only $1 a Year. - bench-work- i A Croat y, -- TwIce-a-Wee- k enter-lalniof- ly I - 1 lulir-eatin- g 111 e I tamer J t I 111 Ken-tucklu- Is thoroughly equipped, nnd prepared to execute Job Work with neatness I Office n. 100,-00- 0 o - ..j. and despatch. r...i.. Bill Heads, ..-- ;." ,i Letter Heads, , Note Heads, I borore-farmin- g Statements, y 11 r7.r-..- i - aw IS!-- - is-- 1 1 11 I 11.n1-.u- u 1 S.K.DAVIDSON. Envelopes, Ball Tickets, 1 1 I Wc Guarantee Satisfaction. Business Cards. -- - VI - -'., iwifc: "" JJ51, K, f.u.' - I .SS3B3SSS3S '&wiiMb. w; i nnwtiB Klllteg Lard Stiekitig Knives, Salt, Arbitrator Flour, best JQfe two works ago, Mr. Somo Thornt. Kirk, Ron or Mr. W. M. Kirk, of tills city, together with several other young men of this hern on tho t place, Siimcls, W. W. O'Nuul to uinko a trip to New Orlciwia. On last Friday a telegram was received hero stating that Thornt Kirk had been Mills, drowned, nenr Vioksburg, Miss., but govo no furthnr pprllculars. The young man's puruuts were nearly distracted with grief at tlio sudden mid unexpected iiowh, and &e., set about to learn whether or not bis body had been recovered. Imnglno their surpriso u lieu on Wednesday evening last their rod, whom they mourned as dead, stepped in at homo, and found them bowed down in grief nod sorrow. Ofconrso their feelings can better bo imagined than do scribed ns the beheld their boy sound and well standing before them again. It a S4.00 Jbl. uegioappears Hint Thornt and to on man had been sent nut make fast a lino to the shore, and Dinner Mi, nny iiihuImt of I'ircci. In sotno way tho yawl was upset China l'ruit nni. B.lnd Seta. aud Its occupants were thrown in to the.rlver. It being dark, the Mustache Cup, China Cup", crew supposed tho men were Saucers and Plates, Individual Croann, drowned, and tho boat proceeded 10 ami 12 pirn) C'linmber Sett, on lier way, aud at the first opporDirttrntotl Kwrra nnO Batons, 4 l'icco Tublo ScIh, Wino inn! .Water Sets. tunity a telegram was sent to Tliornt's rather announcing tho !IIm. Is Haw Heco! arena - An Agreeable Surpriso. Prepiro "nrseir for the coming summer by cleansing jour Hvstein nur blood mul iurif3big illi Pliintotiui' Hiirsaiiiirllln :nni lotlldu ijj Cl IN J1 DKAI.KRH jl.x'm It-r- t tow-boa- Lard Kettles, His Now, you can get Goods at your own prices, which we don't of PotnBli. nor bottle. I'neo ."0ct8 and Hold by 1.00 & (jowgiH & Oowglll, Hlckmnii, ICy t. " T. T. 3vva.Miti, flore BTo'h., Cayco, Ky. A, B. BrcMinl,. Jordan, Ky. DRTTSS, PATENT TOILET MEDICINES, ARTICLES, Sausage Uutelier Knives, Skinning Knives, go to Paniinc;rpr8rm?r0 OILS, WINDOW GLASS, ' ButtorfL W. S. ELLISON, want to carry over. Come "Early Tlao Cash Dealer. HEAD! READ earth, plaint and other diseases or the' Stomach nntl liowels cannot exist ' " wliVi Plantation Uiarrhma Mix- turoI0"C1. It s guaranteed. Sold by Co,glll& Oowglll, Hickman Ky " " T. T. flwavne, Gore Bro's., Cayce, Ky. A. K. Brevard. Jordan, Ky. I Anti-Palu I'merlplloni Carefully Prepared. TJieCaslx Grocer J. K. WITTING, DGAI.KR IN HEAD! for Pick! T3bL (MSH "wrs o ST0RE, S MIT SI, ELLISON & CO. jLs:oxLi.iriiE23: F"fmou.s i ub xrai i DB-- Oh, my poor back J What pain STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, No exeneo for It Plantation TOBACCO, CIGARS, ETC. Poms Plaster with capsicum will cure it, Sold and guaranteed satisfactory by Mr Slock: Is atwaya Frtih and fim:ll and t inrltt ibe ptihllo to come l S Oowglll, Hickman, Ky and ee me. " T. T. 8va.Mie, Caib paid for Country Produca. Ilro's., Oayce, Ky. Gore Wilting' old aland, Cllnlon Plreel, A. B. Urovard, Joidan, Ky. Cos-gil- HICKMAN. KY. '.Ncvnrcszoin 8lbs. Ucst Stick Cand)", - IJ lbs. Fancy Mixed Candy, - . rffVkft"fcnTi r.S&m ,I,r0llTn 0l" nr " "ft' 2i)V boat Thornt swam nshora and . . Choice Florida Oranges 25c per Dozen made from Alfred ItfoDaai Itallrotitl Time Tnblo. N 0. &8t7lj. It. H. with tie N N ft M V at I'.lucb Junction polar, norlli ml lir Nawbern a ceo m . moIiim solar. iilh. -- Weducsilay evening last. The negro who wns with him in the boat drowned. there home, arriving here on bis nay to Vlcksburg and 'AHH33 j 'SVHO B hi are aecnatomed to look to the Northern and Eastern State) M poea1ng exolusWety the great Man. ayea ttfacturlni enterprlwn, will lnne-em- f We, of tbe Bouth, who Sp00) JO -J 8UJ- 89jdlil03 S9g pUB iiKtn.tBi.;)g: B3 jjctloa pvl 4 Loulstilli', where they lll tiit relntlvcs aud frleuds for soreral weeks. .Jndpo Kd. 8trka, editor of the Fulton Fultotiian, was In 'lie city this week. He was quite fee ble, having just recovered from a Concert ..w.,.u. (U ..... lij i oipiimuur. severe spell or sickness. Tho rntitlldnles nro hustling !l.2."J Mr. Johnston, tho member nrounil pretty lit ply. Hegular ffHUO values In finest from Craves county, lias lutrodiio Jo. Iittnn has locatoil nt cd a bill in tlio Leglsla'turo pro Chuu'I'k hair, Lamb's wool Is'nl in vldlng that Jurors In county courts n. Down to i,.'25 per suit. Hut Cnntal, Obion comity, Tonn. few left. bo paid for their serxlcps. isjjr Ladira Arctic hOo nt 8ANDKU8 & Kick. --The thirteenth annual state! ' ,2 HAI.TZKU & HllAW'b". Oil, the clothes press Is a convention of the Young Meti's Kwiturky Lodge, K. of II., swell nfTair for garments nico and will moot lu regular session to Christian association will uieot in neat; the hay press is a grand Covington, Feb. 15 In IS, luclii night. she. Itcilnced rates will ho glen machine, noil docs Its work comir()no ilny Nickel Alarm Clock overall railroad and ample room plete; the cider press Is lovelv. ut llerrj for fl.OO. will be provided for those who at with its juices red and sweet, but the printing pre controls tho Our terms forntmounuciuputa tend. world, aud gets there, with both $1.1 for county candidate; ore In Ifeet.-Huys wool underwear worth tl 50 ndnuce. Ifxnuwau't to do business I ti not a tlnoil that's preillot-oi- l per suit at Sanders & Itlco's. Uout tuck your tnils TIip Indies of tho Kpiscnptl don't die. tint u conil big stage of water ami trot throughout tlio winter. will give a musical eul'T khiugle. to cover. Keep out your Church Advertise jour goods. Several Inelips of snow fell talnmont tn night at City Hit , Breath throngh your lungs let coutildting of vocal aud lustru them know Tnculav night, anil tlio hiiiuII boy wlialou have. There uieutat iniisio, tableaux, recitations is Is In hi plory. plenty or the chnrt li Keep a ol initio Tor live men. &c, for the benefit pustilu' an' ii shniu' 'till Mr. and Mrs. I). It. llryniit, or We bespeak Tor thorn n rail house on push iloin clouds away. Union C'lt, jhl(cd Mr. uinl Mm. See programme. Tlinn. I.olforil till week. Aaron Maker, tho colored Shell Hargrove wi given We'd llko to And Hip man who three earn in the penitentinn at Democrat from Trigg county, uld vwi Hi'ip not going to huvc the recent tonn or tho Union City who wcjit In Frankfort as a porter in the House u few weeks ago, nn cold weather thin winter. circuit court, and his brother, who dietl Saturdty and his remains attempted 10 furnish hun tools were brought home by ltejireseu Will Imv at Sanders & Hire's a with which to mnUo his rscapo tali o Sims Tor burial at Cadiz. nun of heavy Wool L'ndorwcar from Jail, was fined sovernl hun- linker wns a life long Democrat dred dollars aud sent to Mil for and an ex Confederate, soldier. worth 1M)0. six mouths, "Progressive heart N'Msngnmo Circuit Court reconvened that is pioiug a fniinldublo rival tbo smallestProtltlaut Savings has Tuesday morning, Judge N. P. average inortnlitr of Moss presiding The day was to euchre, with noddy people. nny old lino Company during its in hearing argument in tho An Iowa man hits niitned hi existaiice. Also sandiest tho daughter Tnno and lide, t that rates of expenses to business.1 Mitchell case for new trial. A few civil caseH have boon disponed of, they n ill luuo to wait for no man, JU Seo I). Joit".!, but the time of the court has VA It I? IIKATI I'ulton (itinnl: People gen. uioNtl.v been taken up in the FulItut two persons A wild Oak, 8 day Clock for crallv do not rightly estiirtuvc tho ton bank casus. worth of n good local papii Be-- ' Im e been sentenced to the pen IJUCK llltOU'. lit .. ...... .i.i... llt'lll ,11 Itn Bllll'n 1...1.... i.. ii. ir n II linn a' tho lb In term. Court will nrobnblv The City of Hinlunnii in ndver Initials of tho four point "f tho j ndjnurii to morrow. tlsi-to leave St. Louis next Hat compass, N. K. W. S. nnrs thus Say Insiirnnco for protection nrdiiy, tho I'Tth.ou it Mardi Grns being a record oTthe li!stor "f t lit nt tlio least cost for absolute trip. pu1- ndied country In which It Is snfoty is tho specialty or the Wo nro nndor obligation to ror each week in tlio year tho Provident Saings. Seo rates in local paper Is a groat educator of our Add. this week. our coi respondent at Htato Line fur n batch of interesting nown the people. Johnson & Fall. item. The Ftiltonlan or last week A negro counterfeiter wns in Tho county coiulldnleH in chronicles tho death of Nc" the town Inst week and succeeded in Oravcs county have Issued a llRt little daughter of Mis. Faun ' Mi pnssiug a good many counterfeit of appnlutmentH to address tho lam (neo Tyo formerly of tins citj) silver dollars among our mer which sad event occurred in 'hat. chants and dear people, others. Tho money Is l'Jlh Inst. She was citv f flilil0 r exIMItor Orinin, or tho Ohion In rest ii " Democrat, """ ,,a9 a has Itronilit milt H lieu tlirowil upon II against Mr. Wilson, of Obion, nvlni" 'mntl.r Hviitiiiitln is ' "iBolld substance. It is estimated Tenn., for elO.OOO. ed family. tended tho by sonic that there, is about one Dr. W.T. l!arri, I. I)., will l.OS hundred of them in circulation preiioh nt tho Methodist ohuroh Look out Tor them. Nice's hereabouts. Sunday night nt tlio mtual hour, Per suit is wlint Sanders light Oashmero I'nderweur is Kvcrjbody Invited. going at. Hiohly worth $2.50. nothing Kr pain, tn the rhest lirr Tho present winter lias, so far htllrr ili.n lltnnrl chilli lurl llh I'nin llnlni n tit lionnil boon tho most favornblo one far Fivo Koonis ami Kitclicn, yootl CliinUi!In ru oi tr Iht Kf .1 of I'lln. Fur .ale bjr T T. Inrni work that lias nccu seen lor (Jistem nml Uanlun. liKjuiro ol H way no Dtu(lt. many teura. ltozmaSAt.,. Li,l.Mi 11. J lucilAN.VN. It is an admlMahlo fact that to not been slow to talTu advantagoj . M M Tlio Courior was lod into n ndvnuco and liuild up n town, the of the excellent opportunities of citizens inuHt work in harmony fored thoui and many of them mlstako, by a Fraukfort conos- and with united zeal. havo been breaking their com poudont, in reporting that Senator A jjontleman Twin Coltimtitiw, land ami will its ready to plant Tiler liati Introduced a bill to pun. ish drunkenness within hnlfa iiiilo Mifl,, was in tho city liiNt week on tho first approach of spring, Konah. who bn. f ,c..l.inn MH) conyoiilloii places. -P- rof. T.I) prospecting hh to locating nu ico been teaching school in tho Lotlg Thin hill was introduced by it Ke factory at thin place. neighborhood, wns nrrcstcd publlcnti Senator, and reported by There aro no now oases of ton week this under u warrant sworn tliu Comiuitteo on Propositions small pox reported lu Nashville out by Itobert Blnford, ohargiuc and Grievances, of winch Sonntor anil nil tho patients confined in lllltl Willi fib Oil II It ni.ll linltnm Tlor is chnirmnu, unfavorably, tho post Iioiiho nro dolus well. S"ltcKonah whipped ono or Hinrord's Mul killml by The mercury dropped down to nil, a wi'U "IIB K"lllg III HCIIOOI 10 NUCUI nbnut zero Wednesday niht. It him, and it Is alleged by Biuforil fas UBed too freely. Ful saw in wna (iiito unexpected, and many, tho rod ur. i wo fear, wcro not prepared for it. tou Guard. This does look singular; but life 93.-IGov. Iirown has appointed Mr Tor suit In Ked, Whlto or Tan s full of surprises, and none can J. 0. Flonrnoy, of Fulton, ono of Underwear extra values nt .'1.00 Mirprlso like our surprising bartho Trustees of tho Stnto Agrigains in Men's Overcoats. Don't Meolianical College. must go. cultural and lad to hoc thorn. SANDKita & Kick. 112 1 Haltzku & Shaw. 8omo women nro nwfully Undo Itoy, an old nml reIiiih hrouu'ht an tounliy. A woman colored citizen or this A local pnpor is, or nt least action nyaiiiRt n paper which said spected died public enterprise. It that lior husbnutl had gouo to o place, last. suddenly a Tuesday ulioulil bo n to labor for tho pub ex onlug Ho was carpenter it. supposotl homo. happier by trade, and had boon nt work he good for tlio advancement of all tiny ami appeared to bo euiov- public interests. Those that ful- ingusuiiiiiimiin. Atiout uo'clook, lid their ttinotion properly, l Ladies Rubber Overshoes, at whllo eating his ho tribute largely to tho enhancement Hai.tzkk & Siiaw'h. roll over mid expired supper, tow of property vnlues. thoroby in n At n nieotinp of'tlie St. Louis Undo Koy was about filing evory property liolder nntl nml Tennessco Uiver Packet Co., IU years old, nml was romarkaldy business man in tho community, held In St. LoiiIh last week, Capt. nctivo and Industrious for ono But however much a paper may Jas, Kosrer, of Paduoah was re. of his ago. Ho was very courteous strito to promote tho welfare of a olooted dipt. Ko nntl pollto to overy ono mid enjoy, town, Its efforts will bo futile with-oi- l . tho coulitlonco aud respect of out tlio support ueceaenry to Ker ia n clever i;ontleinant mid u populur Bteaiuboatinau. dei it pioapurous. Tho colored captnln of the. watph on Jlie steamboat Btato of I li now on hund a fine lot of Clotcr was murdered bj a Mlasourl Clnrlc I LKOIc AKIllr: r a, rouatcr Monday morninj; at Cairo. JV.J r.UtJ b; Mr. J. M W1TTIN0. Na Tr.la N M. II M r Trl ,1o. tl, 41 10i I M. Ti.ln No tl, IMil Trl i . Misses Nettie Hortweek ami Tbia ro.l rmkr clo'r connection wllh Next November's campaign Is Itir I. & N 41 MoKenrlf foiof liiiflb, and Katie Wlltltik left last nlsht for ki3jmuuuo cjof .On.3 pun 'oisjiIuinQ B3in3ij Irr uicd ui j)3j.imii spo)) ojqnoJi bpooS Aois o pDjnmajtMu ocj ojj Anu ei jjoo) LOCAL NEWS. t. already exciting comment among the politicians A bill has been introduced In the Legislature fixing the beginning of tho term of Police Judges of cities of (lie flflh class from the tlm or Uio passage or the not in oj tioos oj (.nia pu Aft jojT2.UDAnS ouivf gSOJn s;ioSo"a JO 0III OppitUOD B 'OSJV mwmm up mm jo oiiji jjnj u jjoop? nr & nt souan &f I939f DllipB9J 9l Kx. JljeQasSoe AHA I Store. . 25o 80o 1.00 "I TOLD YOU SO." WINTER IS HERE AT LAST! Hut we are rcatiy with I .lilies Ru"t"ter at.-- ., J.nlicd An'lics at Mens Arctic, at ,.P.rh " And all kinds ami grades of :it.x3."fcl3:r Ovoirs. & SIXCR IwJr-Tli- SANDERS Tho Provident il opened and pride ezciled by a visit to tbe I'lilllpi & ButlorlT Manufaclaring Com pany, Nashville Tenn. It well Jualiflea a TUIt to tbat city to tee and explore n enterprlae of aucli migoltude, and to Ibat In oar mlJil a timlneat la eon dueled on such an Immenae ecate and In so lucceaifull a manner. It la tbe largest firm of the kind South of Ibe Ohio rfrer. An Englishman, extensively traveled, who had In a business way, vlsltel all the larger cltlei, proDouDces It tlio largest and beat cqnlped bouae in tbe United dtates. This company manafac lurea Cooking and Heating Stovei, Man' lei and Orates, Pieced and Japanned tinware; anl are dealers In Stamped Ware, House Furutabtng, Limp Qoodn, all grades of Queemwarr, Glassware, Hard ware, Lam pi from 2oo to $35 00, and f 159 00 In ftel, ond every household article in modern use, except furniture. Their Building on College Street, bas six eloriee, each filled lo Ha utmost capacity, with a magnificent front arlUlically beautiful In It) arrangement, and striking to all beholders. Tbey have, also, on Front Street, a similar yet larger establishment, and In Weal Nashville, a foundry, cover ing 7 acre of grounl, which employs about 100 band. To give some idea of the maguitude of their wholesale department, from 40 to GO men are constantly engaged in shipping goods to Texas, Wis consin, and in truth to all parts of Ih United States. Carrying such a slock and manufacturing on such a scale, ther re certainly prepared nad I am author-Ited lo slate that they will eell and ship to all pointii as cheap as any house, Tortb, South, East or West. This is specially Iru as to merchants and dealers In South ern Kentucky, West Tennensee and South- bliMt Missouri, sections through which the Courier circulates, because freight and transportation rates are to their great advantage. I learn from Mr. Dultorff, the head of ttiia great enterprise, that the business is owued by a stock company, organised more than 12 Plantation Chill Cure Is gnaran teetl. If it don't cure go nml get Tjll your money back. Ask your iner- - jm oUnhtnliont It. Price Clio. Sold by Hickman, Ky . Swayne, " waX&'s., Cayco. Ky. .. E. Brevard. Jordan. Ky. t Tj) ( Xk 1 i son, H Rfcor to Llllwa HrM.1 INSURANCEJ Fire, Life, Accident, Tornado, &c. la your lire worth CO cents T Dumb Chill; Ague; Congestive Chill; Death. This is tho evolution of that malarial chilly sensation. Stop it in time. Plantation Chill Cure will do it, or it will cost you nothing. 8oId by Cowgill &Cowglll, Hickman, Ky " " T.T. Swayne, Gore Ilro's., Cayco, Ky. A. E. Total Assets cf Compiniai E.jru.itil $210,000,000.00. OKFIOB OVER HICKMAN BARK, Brevard, Jordan, Ky. Plantation Chill Cure stops chills, stops 'em quick, nntl they never comeback. If you don't believe it, try it. If it don't stop 'cm nsk foriour money back you'll got It. HICKMAN. KENTUCKY. O. L. HANDLE ATTOBNEY-AT-LAW, r-- Price 50o. Bold by Hickman, i i : t Kentucky. Onirglll & Oowglll, Hickman, Ky " " T.T. Swayne, HAVING reauraed the practice of law, Ooro Bro's., Cayce, Ky. his prompt and undivided A. E. Brevard, Jordan, Ky. attention lo business enlrualedlo his cart. When the spring time comes and you feel tired, lazy, nntl gonernlly no account, Don't hUime the locathtr. B ut cleanse your blood with Plantation Snrsaparilla, mid start your liver with Plantation Pills, and begin lifo anew with tho rest of nature. Sold by Co gill & Oowgill, Hickman, Ky " " T. T. Swayne, Gore Bro'a., Cayce, Ky. A. E. Brevard Jordan. Kv. A B. T. DAVZS, Attorney - at - L? w, Office over Hickman Bank. HICKMAN, Will KY. la mcliH-'D- attend promptly to all buaineas trusted lo bis care. COAL! riTTSBuno, COAL! COAL! QUARTERLY OF THE REPORT HICKMAN BANK. At the close ol buslne on tbe J3d day of LtccniDor, ts'Jii. EUrtKKA, ILLINOIS LUMP. and ANTHUACITB, In any fjuautitWa denirtd. roa SALa BT PARIS & PARKER, HICKMAN, : t UE80UKCK3. Loans and Discounts, Ie9 loans to t t KKNIUCKV Loans lo directors (offico not Included, Overdrafts, un'eeureil, Due flora lUnka, Due from State Dinks and Hankers, Banking Hnu-- e and Lot, Stocks and Bonds, Specie, Ctirreney, Other Items carried as Cash, Taxes Paid, Current Expense, Director, 09,100 ft! 0-- ) 3 07 tyickman HJarble Works, AT. 11,9.33 3.31)157 3 000 00 6.100 00 ii973 67 2 772 00 630 00 IlWh'MAK, DIALIK M Marbm B. C. RAMAGE, in ' :'' 1 Savings Life Assurance -- Society - Or NBWYORH. INCO'U'OKATKl) 1875. SIIEri'AHD HOMANS, I'rei'i. An nt I lint compinj of the UUlif it rr-pi- iit for (nfriy ml nounil managrmciil. I'oxfKliiK tlio hrjienl Jrtt.iijin tbllitjr of my tl tb ixortaitl In.urtnce Cow i.inn- - of I lie t'nlleil Siatef Per cetil of Amu a LlalitlllUi, an ,1 ?i ffxr r .'"' ." - ttken from port f.ir 1S03 of the 1pnluble of N, Y, llnmf, of N. V. Msnhmion, of N V , MuttiO Life of N V., New York, of N Mlllunt llFtiefit. Of .V. J , 1'ltOVIUl.NT vSAVINi;3, New York, lnurnc CoiutuisiiioiierV 121 per re- Pit " ' 103 " " ' 10J ' 114 1US ut " ' ' of JIO " " House to ontI I Sample ralei of Pure Inmrance (Uvcl Kate). Are, 2S per $1000,00 per annum, SI3.76 SO J5O0 111 01 35 40 ii H 17 '0 10 01 60 AS ii it WOI 41.60 60 Safety, Economy and Equity, are what wo preach and practice. Johnson Tho tilnl lute cnsliior & for F.illon Co. " Fall, " Fulton, Ky l9 - NK-11IT- w nm mi liniik, tho on tlio clmrjjo of fiilHo weuriutr, rosultod in conviction IM kliu jury and ono your in tho peni- "!' mi". inrfii e..B" U, i1,U,i8,,"!1,"t motion mr a now trial, wnU'li, Hohertson. who tried Ihe case, jrrattteii. Tlio rountl8 for a now tlio pocond eouvintion of .Mitch jury, anil tlio rocoikI now trinl grunted, tho lirat being grant ed becatiRo of tho crrorof a iuron iu Depurating himself from tho body of tlio jury, which tho law requires to bo kopt together. Tho ciiho Iiiih attracted rhoIi gnueral iitteutioii Unit it ih douhtful if a )nry onn bo obtained In thin comity nt any ftituro court. I'nbllo opinion is miioh divitletl. but with nl much Bytnpnthi- - exists for tho In oil by a 23 Cents. - con-mu- bono-minute- ron-all- defendant, w,tl' "Uhns. E. Ilerry, Jewel '' .lnittotl on tho faro of It. ri'L.t iiuii-me piaco to navo your "itch fixed. 1117 Tiik New York World says: '1 hero aro iu (lie sigiiR of tho times f iod reasons for linpofulnesM nnd ei'iirugo. Tho probability is that tlio worst in over, nnd tliat IiiihI. iiphs ban begun n course 0f ini prnroment that will bo steady mid continuous. "'"A1 T since which LIAIIILITIKS. lime a dividend ol 5200,000 and $250,- - Capital Stock paid in, in cab, Couutry Items. 7 0OO00 000, has been annually declared. It Is Surplus Fund 7,813 47 Undivided I'rodls, Mr John Rnper ia reentering from a somen hat remarkable that a business of Deposits subject lo check (on llir-- e wcek't attnok of In urippe. C0.47S79 which Interest is nol paid, r Jiktnra Uurrut and liln ti.other, of such proportions, conJu:ted with such Taxes due and unpaid, 430.70 WoixlUnJ Mllia, wdobaT been quite low unusual financial success, and owned by wi b tplicll fercr for the I ml tuoutli, are 115,763 90 a stook company, should, as I understand, cotialeeent Slate of Ktnturky, County of Fulton, ut Mm Naner JefTresn, rnollier of Mr. A be operated with unbroken harmony. A ( .uhler of Hickman , W. 0. John-oillntrlct, U ery I Jelfren., of Montt-oni'ill at the borne of her niece, in Martin, leading editor of Nnhville iuforuied me Ilnnk.a Bank locmed and doinr husinea vfNo Clinton street, In the City of! Tenn that It was attributable to the HiokmanlnnHi, countv.bftnz July sworn lil V S Itonejr will fill hit appoint correct and upright managemeat of says lh foregomz Ueport in in all re-- ) men! at I'fljil r f?roe next Sunday a true stalement of Ihe condition Mian tna A'N'iu will cloae Iter ecbool Mr. Buttoiff. One of the omployees, who of the said Hank at tbe close of buslne.a at Haiet Dell on Ibe 30tb Inn. Mrp Arthur Kinr. of Clinton, triattel bad been with tbe company for manv on Ihe 231 ilar of Uec. 1S93. to the best oil her ilauxhler, Mra Lena TbrelkoM, of years, said lo me tbat there waa perfect Ills know edire anj belief, nml ittrtner says that the business of said bank his Slnte I.Iur, thU week. lifen iraosactrlat Ihe locallou naroea, Mis'e huille anil Mora Bamler. ol cooperation throughout ths entire and not and lint the above re Ueimi Citj, nnj Ml. Lou McUanlei. of the IntereaU of employers and em- port Is elsewhere made in compliance with an othclal of Mil) Ella Stnto Line, are the ployes scrupulously rcougnited and iden- notice reeenei from ihe Seere'ary of llajnn of lllrktrun, (lit week State designatin:tbe2Sth day of lec 1693, W H Conk will clone hii ecltool atSjl-ta- tified. Thl, in theeo days of labor unrest, as a clay on which such report snail uo SliaJe next TueeJay. made. If tlio realeri of the Courier will eIto speaks volumes lu their favor. W C. JOHNSON, Colder. ear Ibey wi aooti hear wej'llng be'ila near Thin article gives an Inadequate idea orn to before me by Subscribed and Blale Lino Tannic Minetree, formerly of tbia of the kind, quality and vast variety of W. 0. Jobnaon, Ihe 25tli day of 0e . 1803. Mi A. tv LINDSAY, Notary Public county, ae roarrlej in Paragout'd, Ark. Ibe stock embraced In this on building Correct Ai'n-t- : laul week. ) C, II llAtnH, The 'beautiful inow1 lit. come at laat, on College street, as tbese meagre points It. Jj, tVAitn, , f Directors anil Wia ncliool bjy it in bia glory. were only gathered by a casual observer , if. Cowoill.) O In passing through tbe establishment Mrs. M. Middloton, inothor of The entirety of the conoern Impresses one Mrs. John H. McGeltoe, sr., died with Its I I nil! sett at private sate, solidity, just as the presence and nt tho homo of hor dnnohtcr. in Uliuce good notes on C and 12 bearing of a truly great man dots by his cash, Bowling Green, Ky., Sunday last, months hid'i the followingdeacribed prop anu nor remains were brought to manner and personality. The firm waa rtv. to.!' 1 Saw Mill onmilli". tetl .P.V daT- - 7 yokegool tills county for linrlitl Tnofldnv.l,i.,i.n. ,i .,.!... th- m. f "J D " work cattle anu a Ion wasona nnd chains Tl.n deceased was known to .." ninny Phillips "' liuttortr, hut the former has no complex & nores of fooi bottom land, or our boRt tiunilicB, nntl all who yu acres jaiuonoa i years ago, with lour had boon brought into itSBocintion longer any connection with Ibe house, it tenant tmuse, mill shed and aaw dust with her loved her tenderly. Her now being In clnrgo of Mr. Bullorfl', mound stove overflow. Also, CO city lots In tint Hickman, 10 or which has Knd lifo wob n poem of who Is and deserved popular tenement bouaea on them, renting Irom $3 Inro tlioncht nnd rolicions earnAny one wishing to to fipr month. fstnesn. IMacntod. ctilturod. ro in busintas circles. hiiy any or tna aoove property will apply of this great Indus, at once, si i am One side Illustration r l1",0'1' n,,1 K'ftcd with no f oins: to aell. J. B. BROWN, Hickman, Ky. 6 sjilration that onnbled her wino trial fact, as also an attractive feature, is i,or lifo with others iu links of the culinary department, where all dine to- NVIltlllltlintln V,...., I tho renders of tlie'OouRiKU wore cetll'r B" th mirneilf. feure would farm, Sassafrs fillies, frcquontly favorod with beautiful f'H "ulumns, the business features are, I The about I" niKncdi i.rin land In the hot "0D- - X" ripened suppose, what merchant, and dealer, torn, 8Wm of cleared Nnd, two good "neS. her heart wnr.nltr.ira rnnm tenemfnt imisei, slahlea, Ao , and moitn I for st k oovo any (lu,,,!. Will rent the merchants and dealers of Southern Ken or by Hid 100 acres. whole .i"1 nloturcil onlv with I'or further iuformatlon, ldni ers nnd liannlnouR and with i.n,i tiirky, and West Tennessee nnd South W.M. PKKIIY, East Missouri, can mike money for them1M5 Ilickmiit, Ky. When you come to Hicktnnii selves and their ouatomers, if, during; Ibe y Jowtdiy, look for tho new year lS'JI, they will direct their Irale to rears ago, and MONUMilNTB, TOMB ANU GRAVE 8TONE8. iu aloek, a fine lot of 1,710 '.'2 HAVINO Italian Marble, 1 am prepared to fill all orders. Call and examine 115.76J90 my work Orders from the country promptly lied. 40,00000 Italian and American Kli A. F. OLIVER. Blacksmith and Undertaker HICKMAN, KENTUCKY. jO IVE rj ' u'..nn. i 4n ME A TRIAL when you wait or repair . .n.i.i. &c flor'enlioeln eep f..n it , 3 clear-heade- d, unaortSKOr Common, UOOaS, , " u nut Cuflins nml Coaea, which can be filled up on short notice, and at resaoBkbla nivn me a call Mr Bliop near the Jail. Koxowood, and Solid Black Wal-spec- ,!.. tl bus!-nei- I T3ao COIIRIHl-JOURNAten-pag- "Weekly L n A"'IT e Is a eight column Demoerallo newspaper. It contains the best of thins; going. IIENKY WATTEBSON ll the euttor. Notice - f li Price, $1.00 a Year. makes The Weekly Courier-Joarnfour-puc- ! very liberal terms to agents, and gives free premiums for club.. Hiraple copies e of llii paper and premium supplement sent free io any address. Write to one-th- lr COUl.IEirJGUi.NAL CO., ':i .., .1'? ci,c Louisville, Ky. C.Q.&S.W.R.K. (tiik Missitirri VALLEY KOUIK ) d well-kno- ati in-o- lot 1 LOUISVILLE, EVANSVILLE, I'LSCINNATr, AND ,,lrn Farm for Rent rcipll -. ALL rOI.NTS .- - -- TO- hr MEM I'll 18. - VICKSBURO. NKWOULHANS, AMIl ALL -- i .i.ni.l..nw "", M 1 EJ :? rolNTS JDM- T- f a a a m: & iv ... Vrrrt',-Wa'!SJSW- Mr NASHVILLE, TENN. 4UIICAOO MI Alt rolSTS Adams ou mile North of ltuah Creek n t'bunb a"1 two miles West of Moscotv, uliou """tyiKy., ont Co., In Ml'h .lrk maim B,,j small Hay einphU with through Connecllnj; at fMli wt, ma train. In nil Mlnl. in white spot " H'nk, and hnviiift on n small AHKN.S.S AND TKXAS. bell about jse year oM, nml viluel at fJOitneu under my , anil as Juatico of will lo the 1'eau f Pulton countv, Ky , this I! ilea, Tlikria, in all liifiiriii-tliti- ti fiiruisheil on nppllu'Uluu to your m it- Hoc. it, I"' litVcl IIitNar Dtvus i f. is! Tiken 1 STBAY NOTICE. um slray by Clreen sr. louis, CAIilO, TSTovtli Fil-le- v, nd West. 1 A copy tt"-'- - lly A. C Hi'l.Mas1). . Jy. I'.TAr Lis, 0. 1'. II clerk, .yw tlen'l I.Wt'll, ! Aeeitt, KV. 1.0U13VILLK, -- atI 1 fc aa." ve?r &m Vtv ' I a,' "IV . . -- BOA kwu '"H-.'fV- ftftVl '.' W' ",M"iW4 I lfiifi1TrfM',l18KH'Hl1 ! ""- iSZi. vfc wfi 1 pp 730n--- " .uiiifcj" ir ;. '- -i . ?isaaj!ft5 IN THE ROCKIES. tibl'ltu. UeIt Temprrs conspicuous place Are a product of bad dlcostlon. Your dys- I i.ate in the uftcrnoon l.uey donnert peptic Is almost invariably a cro-- j it h. her ridlnp-habl- t aud mounted her popy fhe way to renew cheerfulness of for a brisk canter over the snowlndcn and uu exiuablo teinpor soured bvindl-pcHoIs to tako a njurso of IlostetU'r it roudh. ho spared not her hirso nnd fctomaih Bitters, which not only Winishes hurried thnjuph the drifts at t speed dysepsln, bnt nlso relieves lnilousnets.i chills and fever. rlieiiuialUin and that meant some danper. kidney trouble. Uso It wiUi ierIsteuco Suddenly hhe topped. A prsy coat three tln.es a day. was half hlddeD by a tree trunk, and I muu j in a moment me iipuru 01 a youn He "Tliero poos H.itton In his new overIn pray uuiform stood before her. He -coat. Whatdojou thin': of hiu'" Sli pale, but every motion thin "Hols simply out of tiplit." Wnbhinxtou una every and word spoke of the traininp and ews. An Impormnt IHfTfrrnf1. To make It npjiarent to thousands, who think themsidvos ill. thut they uro nut wltli any but that the sj stem simply needs cleansin?, is to brinp comfort home to their hearts. n a rostivtt vuudltlon Is cally ureil by Uiinp S rup if FIc. Mauu-facturby thoCalifonua Pip .Syrup Co. j j llapidly tho guests were called nut The nlwurd queries and questional. km put to them, the references to jokes which hnd attached to their history, lc, I don't know The embarrassing confessions os to their wlrut to do. Hero arc r lot of bill. nnd 1 personal likes and dislikes came fust haven't cot n Can't you sn wst soiro wv to ruKrthc wTnd' ' Jack "llow would and kept the niidlenee In constant h draft do f" 1'rliucton Tiger laughter. The quick wit of the lender and his lion's Tlil.l knowledge of his subjects made tho Wo offer One Hundred Dollars Ilcwnrd for iShiryoflYartinjto exercise one of lively umusoinent to r.nvcaso of I'atirrh that cannot bo tured by all, and time ufter time did lie announce Hall's Catarrh Cure F J. CitRsar fc Co.. Frops , Toledo. O that no worthy successor had Wen 1 We, tho iinderslfnod, hate known found for the oner.ited emblem of J Cheney for tho Inst 15 years, nnd truth so eloM'ly Identified with the naMm perfectly honorable la nil tion's history. transactions and financinllr able to carry inuhlcnly there wasu sound of heiuy out any nbh.itlon raadn bv'thdrflrm iniiiDrirtiiuo feet w Ithotit and a ring at the door that West ti Tniax. Wholesale I)mpplts. To lodo, O. Wnldlnp, Klnnan A. Man In, loiljrtiVT nndJ told of a sterner caller thun som beWholesale) Dni.'irit, Toledo. 0 nmuiVocn ts lated guest. A halt cume to the merriHall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally when mjiiy ment nml nil stood Id silence while Cl. actlnp directly on th blood and mueo"? surfaces of tho svstom Frioe, TV of ti.LnSr, iPean in person nnswered the summons. lKittlc. Rold ly allTmiecists. TcsUmon fait In responso to his greeting an olilcer f rco. Hall's Family Pills, iiV. sulTeri'."f with sword uthis side stepped into the . nK Kill ' n """ "(freuu hall. Ho was in blue nnd had a stern Jiluos say, that In lU. era of botels and l'uc face. boardlnK houses a wldlnK rlnc Isn'i ns surveyed the arrangement foru grii " i""o Again the color fled from Lucy's muchofahomo clrclo as It used to be ' nnrtv In tho rambling r- BuSalo Courier. homestead. cheeks, nml she sank b.ick into the coried her "Z "' Uon't know," rep,,jK.,l lnto Bfriend ner of it sofa'where the shadows made , ghe , chhlr Irlx torn Over One Foot I.on. . Kl A,)tia T tho expression of her fonturos of little f Salzcr illustrates !n a colored plntc a lo sirnlnhten an consequence. early corn, a plant of its kind, and ' ,t,Am nn,j new Kimdly," a household All could hear occasional words in offers SS0O in pold for thelarpest car in tri.asre that was (favly decorated for tho low conversation in the hall. Anna UU. In ndditlou to this early CInnt ,j,e ,H.casi(jn. can do nothing volunteered the suggestion that the of110 bushels m,,r.-tcorn, which yielded in help them, and it would wanted Ul make one of the pjrty he hasover twenty other pro- - H,iy ,),! nothlnp to their comfort to ficer wus decidedly In favor of his doing mid llfic field corns. He has the best fodder fcj( ,pre nnd mope." so. -- i corn in the world. He Is the lnrpest prow hen it Is a kind of patriotic dis- Hut the errand was of an entirely prnf fnrm um . nnlc. liarloiT. w leaf. ' pinv. tx," put in Luis brightening. tenor millet, otatoes, etc.. in America. Fifty t'elebratinp Wiushinpton s birthday different Mr Dean, after few minutes of kinds of grasses and clovers. by a party will help make the pnest-chihc forward nnd mounted Ir you wit.i. err this oit and sevd it love our country more platform, Itoside Judges. with 15c to tho John A. Sal'er Seed Co., at tho lofIc of the little gentleman in the the Anna lim&hed n little be"The I .a Crosw, Wis., von will receive a her fneim.but whs t ,niloii3 over the gan, ' is Capt. Morri-- s ofhall," he the union s larpc packnpe of above Giant corn nnd s;rrini:oment, for the evening to t army, and Ids object here Is not a his mammoth catalogue. k the matter further or attractive one. A confederate The Demi farm as near the fnteful Firt rtr.i.i.F. "Tlien lvth Hrr Sehnl) "iKirtlor." nnd vet the twn yeais of civil and Hcrr Ix'hmann had mndo her an offer war hntl broupht 110 Inoonveni e to its of marrinsa whMi was the lucky man'" inmates. Lucy, the only daur Icr, rodu Svond Ditto "lit rr Hilmlw-lle- rr coun- at her u 111 over the suironn married her." Obcrlandpr Bote whose try, nnd the colonel, her fu warrlnp dnvs were past, hr, rned to llmruiber That the Wisconsin Central has the un- the conflict only In fam qualified endorsement of nil, it bcinc tiro of 1803 Hut in these midwinter d most nonular line between Chunci nml XlilLual dan- waukcu and St. Paul, AlinncniH.. 9 ml the there were more than tho u-hud ns the PullmHn cers to the nuiet household. orthwest; it Is rwet,-niw-l Line between Chlraco and Milwaukee and taken no active part in theMarrying1 Ashland, Duluth and Iikc Siicrior oiiits. on of the strupple, though tjyir syra-- 1 That tho Wisconsin Central tout lies tho pathles were with the union army, moot prominent points In Wisconsin, having more business renters than any nulwuy where Paul, the beloved son nnd broth-- ' to and from tho Northwest er. uas winuinp ills (.purs. The armies That Its dinlnp car service is nnsunased were cnmited nearer now than ever be by any other line', nnd that its representafore, and no 0110 relished an encounter tives will cheerfully furnish any Information that may lo desired. or even n halt of armed forces on the For full details retranlinc Hates, Routes, well-kelawns and fields of the' farm. Folders, Maps, etc, address your nearest l.ucy hud invited the younp people ticket occnt or of the neighborhood to spend tho even- -' Jas. C. Poxd, Hen. Pass. AmmL Vis. Mllwauktw, mpof February 'ii with her, and had arranged to make the occasion conso-- , Hitiaos "What a severe cold your land mint throughout with the anniver-- 1 lady has." Urlpt.'s "Yes. Slw sat in my hary it commemorated. Flaps decorated room for an hour yesterday." N. Y. Herthe rooms, nnd portrultsof the "Father ald. of ills Country" were seen in the most ! Osn-"JnoiTt-S- -y roll Going In California to Al'ccrl Hip .Mldrdnler I'alr T If 80 read thisOn account of Iho Midwinter fair now being held nt Ran Kranclseo. the Uijr lloulo has placed Id effect tritri"ii mm from ail foists on Its Brent sjtcin id railroads to Ban Francisco, Ius Ansvlcs, San iVO ami other irim ipnl isdntsin U10 West, Northwest nntl (Southwest, anil will sell tickets via clt'ier of its iratcwnvs, NT Lous, t'uu aoo on three 1'roHlA. with return limit until April :ith, lV.vj. rlolld testlbuled trains nin ilahj. to each of these cities, w ith eleennt loo.rn" ram, private compartment buffet sIcoiiik cars, parlorcnrs an I dining, ars and aftcrd-trin choice ol routes f rum I'lovchuid. Columbus, Rprinplleld, Ihitton. nml Intermediate points. 'Ibis cxcollcnt service Is uneicol led bt ant other line, anil nil itcrson pmp toi'alii.'iniiiiliis winter should by all meant crtiMilt I'm nearest roproenUitlvc of tlie Wtf 1'our Itnutofor rates ami all otlier Information pertaining to the (treat WcM II 1) MiKiisr, O 1 nn.1T. A. K.O. MlCOMMIlK, Fuss. Traffic Munrr., Cincinnati, O, Ari 1 rnlifi-r-lilannl, -- fE0N. Upof? ff yJ BETTBKWT.f for costuming nnd the gathering would take ou an eighteenth century uppenr-micAs Luoy unpen red tho 011 11 e. scroll of- - giimrshad The postnittter' son stood chnlr holding in his hand a little mek-seriou- fwffor'.ybyYM. in vir?if?qieirrj written,' Mr' The name, of ftmt whoic olov 3 w ' nii ' WffmortMriain fortvf'JfO'. iW kitmt vnong Ifie start, ffif poi Wmijom to liberty htr ikiB .lV " ' RndlfJherlrOiliVitlorto! Ifrrtt'nffxirnatiorAfifrDfs .l. f.x'' T r' hnteheU "It goes to tho ono who cannot toll n s He." he whs iiniiouneinar In n tone. "Three judges will be appointed and you will ho examined nne by one. lie or sho who mis went the questions with. In the judges' opinion, the nearest npprotieh to the truth, will ge the reward." ,U solriiiii visages the trio the Jury took plnees on a ruKwl da's Intended for tho musicians Jnter coin-pii-in- MLj the night They were decorated with lingo paper crowns and made u m grote-tiu- out Into the hall, the extra loaf hidden beneath tho antique coat's ample folds, he was Joined by n queer Puritan maiden who chatted and laughed until he could scnrvalv believe It whs his scrions-eye- d rescuer. As I hey dcHcondetl the stairs sho rv tnsrked, quite too sjindlv, he thought "Let's go out and see If the soldiers aro nbont," nnd with her dainty hand g On his sleoxr they stepped through the wide ihmrs to the porch. Quick un thought the stranger's dnrk mustache touched tho slender fin gun rest up on bis arm and he win gone. No one noticed that the iimideu returned alone or wondered w hat hml become of the Indh idunl who had accompanied hur. When he slopped Hut-terlnI Pm-ltnoddly-drosse- STEVENS flu. SCOHED. lo lUwnll rteferelr While the Hawaiian matter was under debate In the house on Kebrunry 3, Mr Itayner, of Maiylnnd, democratic member of the comrilttce on foreign uffnlrs, in reply to ;. tirade against l',,ldent f hmdnnd's policy, by .Mr. II it. review ed tho acts of v.-tfi- s rle.. frllt j Itoyal nnrkmhaata. Tor generations It has beon tho custom to mix tho hatter for buckwheat cakes with yeast or emptyings, retaining it portion of tho bntter left over from 0110 morning to raise tho cakes for tho following day. If kept too warm, or not used promptly, this Imtter becomes excessively sour with rcathlng condemnation, Im'ding him irsponslblo for a mn, tint cannot l rectified, and declared It as his Itellel t.iai resident i irvemnu 1 . .. ,..1.1 ' I sustained 111 his course. In Mr. llii.nor's speech wns fellows: it substance 111 e nppenniuee. iTOnIr'i atIwet. again. Hut '.he hatchet: Mie blushed u little to think that she should have accepted the emblem of so much df truth uud uprightness, even In the hilarity ol ..( It.lrmjtk.n4l lw, rr hair tic, a game, when in fact she was so little , , ,. u. of deserving of It After all. she med- rum hi the iwe tws-- srutsor force tnreir.e.li sll rommtllnl. nn.t that i.,n,lMllwi itated, some jieopl e pronounced the if? risf.ra feareatte ol'1o of Ihe mallet no furihrr nchi 10 he would not n n terminated e hatchet story a nivth. It worry alout it. iitrn. sail thil Ihe Is our dalr for l III lie fniernn-etilint sho wouut get the hatchet. She tut b. now reeol snd our duty In r.t in rasrire. now where she hail loft it remembered re lo rroarnlre aach fnrm of ccirranrnt as When Just liefore the gray of morning the last guest hail departed, l.uey Dean sat thinking before the lire tit her room. Hud she done right, she wondered, or bail she done wrong'.' Almost the l.tttr, she was nfruld; hut then at the h:ggii-- d face and limping pntt of the sli anger he wus a Virginian, he said came liefore her, she folt that she would do the sumo thing to re tslr In the brief iltscu'ulei I aslT I nt not 10 the subject. ,1 t shall , It. irnt of u psrllsss In pplii1 everv ml smt locrll-I-, T tl,t procerus from ever,ejn Ihst Is .lone hj .. snd eenlf mr. inian I tsre rnJesxorrl wlihan un-... 1. ,.... 1. .0 . '.' . ,. w .,- ti a . . a mm.. ... Ir'.e-- I 10 iir.t.a . .berste uelslls and ! , ( n Ii'i.st ronclualon, v iiho.it anjr jK.liticsl, s hsivser. ikI I shall tn jru sw en in-resehetl sn.l I! e judgment !. ihst I list toil have arrl.Kl at fur whatetfr It mm t jrij .......... iu. ii..t'". , l this la the first )4jcr, 1 am U of brroml the minis r if tfec it mat Mr suetlseparllcli!.t m th 1. I .. f the mnaarcby In Ike ting'., ui ol ,1 I In lbesovtt ptsrs- - Ibe n .l.til . I am . .1 1 mans! Ike mH r In tna,-etn tlikt ee'n1'nt to the t.saf. und s, 1 r I . r, n.ir.s--ii 'i, !!. n nr l, I lie and objoctlonnble. lluckwhcnt cakes raised by this means nre inoro often sour or heavy than light and sweet. If eaten dully they distress tho stomach nnd cause skin eruptions and Itching wny we Instead of have been making buckwheat cakes this wlnt.er with Uoynl linking Powder, mixing tho batter fresh daily, and find tho result wonderfully satisfactory They aro uniformly light nnd sweet, more palatable nnd wholesome, nnd can bo onten continuously without the slightest digestive, Inconvenience. they nro mixed nnd bakod In n moment, requiring no tlmo to rie. rollowlng Is the receipt used: Two cups of pure buckwheat llotir (not "prepared"' or mixed); one cup of wheat llour, two tablespoons of Itoyal f Hiking Powder und of salt, nil sifted well togtthcr. Ml.x with milk Into 11 thin batter and bake at once on a hot griddle. Once properly tested from this rece t, no other buckwheat will find Its wt.y to your tnble Domestic Cookery. thoold-fnshlones one-haltens-sion-fi- I tto 1 1. In the storeroom where the stranger . . 1 ! (s enp-ivin- rf of-Waal- rested. Quietly sho llltted along the hall and Into the barren apurtmont. Her lamp Illuminated the rulib'sli there ?HtlwssJ nml showed a gray cap o.crbythe window, .she did nut notice tint however: she was searching for the iistohet bhe Ixiow where she Inld it but it w.n gtmel , e. , 11 s dis.-,-u- The war ended, ami one spring ds" Tom came home pole and wocn fr. un attack of fever. "Tow," ivgsm l.uey the first afternoon. "I have n eoiifelon to maki- Hided and abetted the enemy' u tie newspaper say " Then she to.d him the story and a.l'l-e"1 lm? never told father, f r 0 might be angry suntyon n . it llesides, my conscience has tro'ibi.d me for accepting the hatchet fi if t sMlherence to truth ere 11 d: 1 1 plea-.-un- wns In jet." Much to henvintder Tom roared wit a l.eh-uian- n - ' I , dlie. I and instincts of n gentlctnun. "Do not bo frightened," he bepan, "1 won't hurt you." "I don't think you will," the pirl sarcastically 'epliedj "you Jook half-starve- "I am." "What ore you doing in this country? I know by your clothes that you belong He (sentimentally) "Monev Isn t She (inuticllyi "No, tut it pets somewhere else." "I'vo escaped they were t f.lng me '. Y. Press. everything." north to prison I wns captitvd l'"r for two days I have not dure food. I saw you coining nnd 1. f.":nin.-'ii'ust to try anil tee if you would give mo it piece of bread." He limped as he came near land the pirl saw blood stains on the h-tr-. sen. that told of a wounded Kindness and partisanship liipg'.d for the mastery In her heart "We are union" she be;' In. then w irli u glance at the deep sunken dark e;, es her own moistened nnd she pave In r decision promptly: "I will maybe some southern girl will do something fir Tom but you must be very careevery-tnlnp." 1. 'itawixsA Ar.11 im& fyiyijw. &!&&(& tefeffiSB x-. MLli'.M wr-r. - ' a i Iter. h.aMC-- .j M- h- II. I'mrrr ' ful." Kagerly tho stranger promiied and the two stood fur several minute, in the early twilight counseling over the mode f i ' Symptoms Arpcarc J of Casice? Disnprcest ! uloue making n bond of sympathy assistance, the comradery them uf youth n After UVirgfoi rb"i' camronmymrk Hood's Sirsapiril'.a, all th" traces of il 1 hen the hostess of tho evening return' d it wns with heightened color. The r le had apparently done htr good hsTdipieaicd and thn in'ilicine a t t and If .'ii unusual nervousnfii her manners iiooncivticcd It merennwe'l M'T ni t strci ch. I imp after team unloaded its fair mott 73 jcirs 'f ose a .) 1 srork like n urden at the pate, nnd the lads und ls". An 1 liiiiu'liut H'l" his hsl mach to tin n'lliirviiorand Bir'UBih. maidens for ten miles around made tho lrrenmrnrnAerttt t"iny wltr. t1io lio4milTi'nt) low ceilings ring with thetr Uwvhter so much ntlh rheumatic trcubKs as a. u with uiid badinage. "The blue coaU are over In 'reen Illdpe," spokeone of the voting mt. Ss; "What a pity e eou'd nodM"' In to yeiirs she l.'S 1r male weakness. Mime of the soldiers here in unMiim la an shout firee ho'tles of IIkxIs S reidinl Anna with a coquettish ' oa my Up. cti iuon ol i char-acterie- ii T'-a1 s 1 Cures ) u' ," today, snd for ihe'ast x likenn'W m" "is. O. II " it" "You might have got cm," pot In the HanoTcrstrfct, TMcaifo 11!. postiuukter'h son, "a W(iiad of them Hood'8 Plllfl nri t' c t ultiTtlnner were riding down the Lhapmao creek mad tins itfternoou ' Pllis. aststdlBrsl1on ne hr.id.i. ),. . wV l.uey was listening and Iter bright ibeeks suddenly lost their coWr. What what doing?" hu TF you w.im the real i iinuirtsl slowly,were theywith all her tning 1 Dn Long Patent inijfht to keep her voice stead. "I don't know n needn't get a Hooks and Eus, say to stared. May bo they were lodting for the dealer: u tlesetter or something b "lutlior says there s Hkolv to be a See that 1 bai tlo over on the creek so Iday, the minis are so nign. renin: II Anna. It's the best place aro' Fhcro to hide " RlclirdionAi Vtlxvg l.uty knew in a flmh whj man In gray Mad been in the woo' lint , Philad.lph 1 Mjolnlng a little tbecieek. thunghsln wont wh she had lint seen anv is of the Lof. Per- union st'liiiers the jnuth s AND hups she had not gmie f HALM'S Crh down jc CHEWING GUM iiiu vuut-- r nun itie guesi not beon f.y would. Curtt anl rmrent Ilhriinitit t:)tIni1isei' n too inieiil on Hihiiis,- ves I slslili ami iiiiitnu nn lllsiKin nave inisscil thtlrlnht-sul In slalnis aitd hrter t Ifanftei tike u fVvv minutes ) Tetl" n4 I'romove tli Appllte weeti'im later Had the umso t,.en 11 littln less lb l.rrsth. Cunt the T lurco llshlt Kn . dorftetl br the MadlrsI aruar hriid lor I'l In volume the ttsitors tmghfchftve heard He ' 15or24rnt iisraagr I or Jc 'iiflnffil nn upstairs window .,M and detected Kill .V II .Slftvr .SMini tOW. k. IIAI.M. 110 . VHIUSI., ,, Turk. .1 scratching sound n tho wall of thu house Hut had thiv done so they r would have thought ii)UUng of ,lor Ely s Cream Dalm did they notice Hiithng uiutss when Lucy came downstair Hushed but AVir.l, t'LHi: smiling, und nervuuslj anxious to forward any umtisc mum uf ti,0 party. Dan. ing would nut titittl after supper .mil some gH,i I I'rirp fiO t'riils I li'-1 Jtrv Puwr.n. SUN Minle thing like communicative latrreourse. way through life "Mr Strrens bsa asdertnken o drfame and He went his solitary baa arfeseed like a whale through the crowds of tra.iaa aim. at rrerjoo arslaat Mm In thu case I hive notbini to lesser Ashes In the sea. Yon might S iTfv HfBlnat Man peraonally 'e may br 1 stand in your boat and hnrl your har-Kxi .a of the moil bonorahkr aaottta a ad of toe at him as he passed it was hit or r it derated atandard of mural conduct lie r rouble aloulblaa la that br laeallrsly too nils. If you succeeded in bringing him llrbrlonxs la raeoof belt.ga nbo appear to he was genial enough eompnny for I ' have dropped down upon this earth tr.ruurb awhile in his abstracted 01) mp.an way. mistake He l eomflbsd. I bare no utt, 10 carr arounl with him t tery Wary If you misscsl him you would " hnnlly have another chance for a J ear air if eicbla to aP bttnarlf I mm brlns aud-nlr tranalated In'e Heaven Illinois leads the states In dlvnrev Our friend Mr llomPe. whoas? ability I ree S II K CAMK .1KAIIKR UK I.IMl'KI) onlrr. and whose ear neatness of purm I ad lwring tho twenty years ending with ban fotten poaaralre f the nan Idea c ISM), there were O.OTJ dlvorees; Ohio soldier capturetl n few days ago bv his laughter. "Walt a minute." ho said, r.'hrr Ibe fls Ides baa rotten poaarM.li a uf command has escaped. The prisoner is and went to hi-- , knansuick. Out of it him. be hi with ibe Dag like Ibr Irishman la came uct with M.MI; IndbtHu had He is he took something bright and shining; with Ihe ahlllitlah. abenctar yon are a bra till JA.HBI, Pennsylvania. IS.ojO New York, believed to be in this vicinity. It young and was wounded in the skir- and held it up before her the hutahuL rue nbrneier you see a place to plant the ftaj la,SS6;Miaouri, lft.3T9. bar up " "When I was siek down among thoso mish where ho was taken. Knowing Truudtgnlty alrMes with him nlono Tho question of Mr Hlount's appoint bo of the captain's faith 1 Virginian swamps, a young fellow took you all to who In the silent hour of lavrrnrd presfor ment was nlvi argued by him, us was thought can still suspect and still reme to his home ami let me slay volunteered to ask you if anyone of tho "de facto gov ent had seen or heard of any susplckms three days until I could be removed to the real vere himself In towiinoM of heart eminent." Mr. Itnyner continued. person who might turn out to be the a hospital He gave me this to re tin Wordsworth. ' I.et Hie ccme Is lb ae.ond branch of this " missing prisoner to the Miigel who saved his life. He dlruMott bal ahatl we do sow' Kutb as. A W Isconsin man got a dleoreo also gave me a letter for her, which I Mr Speaker, aUao!ule!y notbln He halted, but no one spoke. A great who his wife kept a servant-gir- l wrung has been eotsmlt last, a criBM has tasra "I know this request is unusual, and will now deliver." to see if It was Lucy took lioth with downcast eyes prrprirated that cannot be Justified before the spit on the frylng-pnit is made on my on n rerponsibility, world tee e them nat ons 01 th p'wer asl Tb pnaldrnt. In ullrre hot enough to fry. not the captain's. He has searching and ran olT loherioom tolnsp-t'nnUtorlly, ha trclaeef Lis Mih would not tell what the letter to redreaa lb s wrong It was k'.s duty I) do parties out nnd believes that he will reSunday fcs like n stile letween the 114b! In the pemlss, tha bt this If be .. morning." contained but Tom noticed that capture the prisoner fields of toil, w here we can kneel and b-- tnvi Again he looked over the little as- month later the mail contained uiW- - was right in iberonrltislon and such will pray or bit and meditate. Longfellow. In'eliuent venllri of his coualrymra sembly,' tind the girls anil s'rve for her with a Virginia postmark, r. I hmr bIihmI In with follej bin l He asoulJ bright-eye- d The colonel scowled it little when ho by tils a, joung men smiled at one Ibe eoneralmeat of Una THE MAnKETS. It was a irrjte aad delicate queatkin to heard Lucy's story, but the seowi van unother and shook their heads. leal Hh.indbeb4trraiellllth the unflinchCist. is All. I'eh It pushed farther Imuk ished when he hem. I loins All but one she thai bit character-lir- a I.IVr, STOCK ratll ooanav.n'1 t ft I mi Thou, the next winter, the young Vir- ing integrity and into the shadow antl nervously twined all ol bla oSJcUl acts Ha bat assumed Ih4 Select tutcswra IT .. I tu ea e) k ai oa and intertwined her slender lingers. ginian enme up to see them to see Tom, hls of the r. apooaiblllty, nnd vrben bis coU S 10 ft S T 'od lackers d irl h .a'mty ronali-re- d bn will is of course. On the anniversary of his Hut shu diil not speak. n HllKKC-lbo- lc IV J 1 So f'lll) Jusiinrd at Iho bar of public opiniImneath the same roof he sought on Tho colonel returned to tho hnll and I.AM Ill ft : IS if you onre admit Ibat vur tumls-trIt -- Winter family 1.01' I to they senrd him say: "1 inn sorry, cap- the colonel in the library at Ibe bead oX this ronaplrn.y. W a M "Lucy has decided thut she has 110 then l became la duty of too preaidenl UKAIS-- lre.1heul-- No Iraai tain, thut we cannot help you. but no ft MNo C'.rn-N- o. a If tmlird one here has seen or heard of the jmr-so- n right to the hatohet." he began, "and uid.r every illrille ot Justice to atteenpi lo Oa a No tfiolMsa ft II' make nalvration of I bo rights that had leas will deliver up her priwiner." for whom you are looking." M Wvi -- No to Ho handed out Hie toy Tho colonel plundered of We huva nothing formdo wfih Ids MAY I'rimt 10 ch"kr iiltte Then the two men exchanged goodof gov the quMn ur br rbarottrr Mut r)ll T TOHAf t M.diualmf night greetings and thj captain de- took It and with mock solemnity rn Sbat may wui grout a tyrant as cter ijVsid leil li Ou t'T ) alelde-lihpiled. "Who Is to be the jailer?" aceptar of opprnasloa. she may be rHOV!MO.!t-l- fs parted I'orlt.. .. .113 ft f to Ird- "She will, nnd for life Uki, if you will peastaaed 1 of ibe most savage and ferocious In IIUTTHK I'rlsn ateasi The postmaster's son went on with u to (b'.i.e dary It hat Is not the Issue. Tbo question Is. aliens game, although the crowtl hud lost allow it." I'-his 4 l was si- of hr lnberllanee Was ska AI'I'l.BSj-l'erb- f. choir eceemory .. M Mul bl "Well," and the colonel gave a sigh, dtihn 11' In it W as she ..esp.l.ed of ber kingdum lulerest W 5 60 POTAIOBS-l'ers- Hi "(inly two more," he announced, and as if thu fates were all against him, "1 itid h. r crown by Ihe Infamous Interference of NKW YOltlv see no other way out of it in fact, ' s mlnlal. r f Iho L'nIKsl SUIes If so. II way n.OL'll-l'slr- w the Inquisition. called Lucy Dean fsaov t honoraWe In Iho blithest decree, rlilil, The questioning was rather ttiino hae rather expected some such result ui It wns IU.i cordanre with our traditions and (JItAIN-Wh- eat Na I North's In a No (red now and she could easily answer nil this Over since I learned how that gray ftlih impulse of the national COHN-.N- 'o. , tmlied l rnaka an hcnssi und peaceable the queries. She was dismissed with coat found In the storeroom came Into 0ATS-Mi- el ta lo i"lrris Ibe greianen which she bud II Uattcring congratulations and tho re- the house." lufferr-- and lo restore, the title of a hleh sho Ou iii.k JIoiikal' llAIKir.It, maining "Hubjecf was ordered forI ad tern robt-eThis attempt bos tern made, C1I1CA00 ward and the pr. ilslnnal gotrri.ment has rrfuar.l to rt.Otm-Wint- er .. I M isjlrnts I rtioll. A accede Ihe demand, and the preshltni has tu! The judges deliberated but a moment, trod. .. 0 II A I S' - W heat-- No No i! Chicago hfls: The anniversary of Washington's biiiud tho whole matter lo cowatN- -for our and then with their minds somewhat f 01 n Ounc No Z What It to biased by courtesy, perhaps, declared birthday recalls to mind u fact with 10 aniontsand netoriiilnalliMi Oals-.the racl ha! question This thu hostess the winner, and the glit- gunl to his death which is not often Ihla As tar PnilK-M- es want 10 be irry plum 7 W tering toy was handed her with admo- mentioned, and which contains a les- ss I ain i.uterned I would make no further I.AHU-StoflALTIMOKM In Ixhatf of ibe fallen sour-elgiffort what-ie- r nitions to let cherry trees seveiely son thut is much needed by u gn-iPf.OUIt-I'smt- ly. t continued: fc 1 1 I 1 11 n t 11 d 1 1 -llOUB-(HMs1 .1 1 roM-ril'UKK-Keivra- eat 1 LAUU-U'trns- sain Murli-Nrrde- tl 11 Va 1 sra t n What a "lllltl.in" la. The sheets of paper on which the Times is printed, if laid out lint and firmly pressed together ns In n well bound book.would represent a mrmMire of about one three hundred and thirty third of an Inch in thickness. Lot us see how high a dense pile formed by a of those thin paper leaves billion would reach We must in imagination pile them tertlcally upward, by degrees reaching the height of oar tallest ttjiatf.-s- l test '.ha spires, and passing these the ptlo must tsstH.sitt.in is rn st'da alien- of tbr Hurfs sai nol to thxa who still grow higher, topping the Alps nnd rverrmen, but v .a the Andes nnd the highest peak ot tho Ihe fcnatllai made In tbr fotrr f Ihe l'nne.1 siili-a- and ta noonudae Wbat I oiU like irrr miur. 10 Himalayas, and shooting up tkenee bay Hi the boaest ;udirmnt of tb r.ouae iija through tho Ueeey clouds imss beyond Ihl- qurall.n vfbea I bay ubn.lltel Ihe fa- the eon H oos of our sttenuatetl atmosthat alrike me aa tae aalieat pnlata In Ibis .oav phere aud leap up into the blue ether lrtiyri)f w Ith which the universe. Is filled, stun.! noldmuastha Oir 11. in.al otpunents ing proudly up far beyond tho rimeh of quratton loj.hls beo alwlber Mr swien w RMIIy ol a inn-iafalusl tbr finrraaient ttf all terrestrial things stilt pile on your wkjcb be as Ike scereOlteil rprrcnlatle and thousands and millions of thin Wives, was fullly if rtol .tlar the laws of aat un only beginning to rear tho raise In try drl iwrai juilgn.rn; ike 1. amuony for we are upon t! la , ,rl thit ihers mighty mass. Add millions on mlllKoMS tssooyerwbei l bo doubt wbatever if hi ful.l. exee admit ou these, and thousands of ml!ts on live for the sake of argument thai so tar aa ho those, and still the number will lack waa rerteoallT careened. hl latentwaa wn- hoaotsb. and bla nwtlie lawpired by Ihe Mgh-t- its due amount. principles ol jutrtotlsaa" Iel 11a pause to look nt the neat Mr. I'.jyner at some length quoted plowed edges of the book I e fore us. how closely lie those thin lUkos of frttm the Hawaiian evidence submitted to congress concerning the landing of puper; how many there aro In tho naer tho troops ami the establishment of width of a span, and then tumour ..ye-- s the provisional lovernment. arguing in Imagination upward to our mighty that the queen would not have been column of accnmulated sheets. It new overthrown except by the interference contains its appointed number, and otir of tho American manor, and, refer quadrillion of sheets of the Time upon each other and passaged ring to Minister SUvens he said: rlt-fWe will com let biro hy bis on Idlers into a compact mass ha reached an albi his titude of 47,(s miles. Those who have trouble br-months brfur lb that can aJaalaatoaa aad cmfesaloaa ry.l'-n.Use trouble tn follow mo thus yrry atronfeat ii.di m. In taken Is reewrnltrd as Ibr far w ill. 1 think, agree w.th sue that r lalaitl'-law lib ts detraac that la by riery fael tbnt irtliwra throi'fh lb who." one million Is a fearful thing, and Uaat Aa of tho ttlmonr and lb coirespoadenre that 'ewr in appreciate its retl value atsv I baa been submlMed to ns You for quadrillions and trillions, they are I taklaa the flaa oC Ibe t'nlie-- stale inwant to know akvtl rlih had the (nirerniner.l simply words, mere words, wholly Ol the Valtad Stnlea b rahtc It 01 oier Itths capable nf ndqnately lmpraln? them. caplul of tbr islands I barf that law selves on human Intellect. lyosxlon i of ibr I'nltrd Slates bad an taor rurht 10 Times. lb colrrnsvenl build nca at llaeo u.u oirr Oi ivkk W'gsrrix Kot.atKS said a tban Ihe Mlalaler ot Ibr railed. Sis tax a..u!t to ralao It over Ibe oy- - rn hare a tif bt llawU.orno's ag.i, concern 114? ment buildlBea tn Hranl. or tn aay other t n diflldenee, "It was mwitys slier the fspt were poaorleso to reaial an advonture whether oao wonW btm In enlklng Hawthorn Into any Again, spenklng of Mr. Stevens ha Irs THE SIZE OF A BILLION. lime ny A.lei.iate Conception of tr determined upon 1J tlie shf an.l 4 of ib people ttt tbe talant Nos.. as In the rroof tbnt I tw inosarthieal ns oirrthrosn bjr tb ( ru l roitrnnient arHHst torces of the VatMst S'sles and lUat thu tsmtld not have been oirr-bro- n aaM soTernmeat t'tt foraueh ualSHful taterTntlta upon Tbere ts no tllfarull) atxiut thli Hsu pan Noons bran.b ' the HilfstlRitloe whal-rr- r an horn at eonrluaton nm It until ran " teat mony aM Internally t thr be tU' f.icta tbit have n brCre any r could nnliil'iti trotiir lutpartu.1 trlbuna' of itie eo'intry In faver . re tt-- , 111 1 " ult-rl- 'a tl 1 Hermits of Ih Snow In Their Lonely llannta. I'p! Up! Up In Ihe region of cloud lnti'1 slid eternal snow, these hermits of niislcrn days have their solitary Desolation nnd dreariness haunts. reign supreme nil around their lints. The utsldo world Is a blank to them. Thi'i aro In the world, but not of 1L Where do thoy Hi o? In tho gulches And w ho nre of the Kooky Mountains. Well, thoy aro not loan and salthey low anchorites, who wear hnir shirts nnd mutilate, Uiomsetvcs with much Thoy know nothing of )N'tiinces, long beards and nrglccted ro, indeed! Thcsa modem shin pound hermits nn; Jolly in ners of lusty build and great sound-un- : laughter, walttng for spring's warmth to free them that they may or ict. nil 1110 region nrounu mr 1,.' foils yellow gold nnd while sllter. Mutiy n millionaire has watched for his wealth through all tho long vigil of w inter on these exjioscd bluffs, And the vigil, although long, 1ms n"t beon so dreary ns you would 1'nnoy yourself In ono of thess cm) ins on n wild January night, with fourteen feet of snow outside nnd cold twenty degrees llow zero! Whiwi How the wind whistles and moans through the giant pines! Hut ins.de nil Is wsim and cory, tho storm and tempest 01 ly adding to tho comfortable elirerfuluesa of the blazing pin knots ns they east their ruddy glow a rou ml. A few shell cs some tin and pewter elk horns, an ware, the old wooden table und chairs those r institute tho main features of tho piee In a tcry stifo place the medicine cJisMt and the canned pretlaiout nro sto. d earefnliy away. And t re Is food for mind a well as ks, matrasines nnd pawrs boxly. are scat . d around And never doe , so Inter-reor Dickons Mrs. II., where you aro shut In est lug voursuL', .ur companion t. and your n rlte author snow and id the Never the mile ' wintry distance swept by fvesyn yourself and the the bis- -' of man Put on an nearest np the camp and enjoy other . t the storm king hnwl He knows vippointinenL That Is . ,,ia to all sorroiiiilingv yon nr. require a state d. n net i ..u Whe-- l dig in tli. n.i,i and dig up the l.url'1 .on oeer or. 1. 1. hanee, a bear l ever .l.rl7l7 ))etl. It re . very iitneli semtdes Hut son 'noes front swooping vampire of de.i in the shape of an the ettlurt. inmates aud all attar an I no ono knows of tho disaster u.at : nrct spring. And before now. 1 uisn has sickened In these '.s And his eompantosi abiding wutchf.1 an watehsxi hut he gmw deadly anl ,'nU, and hla heart eeaseil s taken, the other left. to boat. " No grave 'vi be dug, and J'itt at the door he i. the aileut couiravl, to sleep unt. tse warm aeaaon returns These Ir.vr pioneers of the west they can r n.. With any mountain hertxia the world ha ever prcslu.-erugged, they feir nth-i.- ' Manly, b Ing. and ire men of devote.1 ines, one would give the while e. . needy ease or a sick com- rent to !. Mmttrn ' d e neier-fnilliig THROW IT AWAY. There's no inus. B sSBSTTal ft! clumsy, ur Tril'KrS. 1 itflnl ,1,1, h rtllcf lrn o often ". nt best, m Injuiy, Iddueng Inllsmnistlon, PtmiiHUlutloti und it nth. Cw rr nny necl mg si it ten" lit nnd Ktmanently cured without tho sulfa snd without pain. Another matter of a ... ..a ......how nEltNIArVfBc. Ionic . In t uromrtly Triumph In Conaorvnllwa SurQery TuBRB,?p.-xM0 SSSS dlses.s of tho lorrer "wil. ppiiiiptly lurvdl without tsttn or nsort to tho knife. "''J'5''" DlvlNijUrge,'' Is email' ", piilverlitd. and washe.1 out. iniisnvoldlrg cutting. pi'H Wmors, iffjjsft STRICTUHE SW WtrffSX l SWAHP-ROO- T CURED HE7 INTENSE PAIN INTHE KIDNEYS AND DACK. Disorder Instantly Relieved. Urinary ilornils, N. Dr. Kilmer .0. Y. fept. T. leM. (iMitleitisiif laut wluter I vra token wim at'ieto issins innmiiii wo to tho rrgluii of thu my kt , lit. ghaint.ui, N. V. W a' 1 Mia a lu wftortieiere I could I'Si.lly oitdirH'ltl tujr fniennd eyes wen ns nd t Idotsli th rw.sit slorsl In K'est nil t'ver le, I iln-- l wsi n void " lc kldija told wk. i,l.. silltl er one Imttht Illgurliie. Kiltuet'4 KttHiiixi:iol,alsa on- - l.tllo ui r z1 11 iny. . ,.-- nnl ... wt ' terrlldo I ptirchaaisl hit t' X O AlKlnliueut spr Cavo mo immodiuto rolief. 1 'I lof rd. rat ftat-lnI heattal theA'H.lntmetit In w'th s. In Jo'irdiyslime th ialns bad sll ttlsappmr. nesdUSwsj think sin miiwllol An) , trek)s lioaoandlwiiU'Hs.tla-ai.'.ae- r Manny. suOeiiittJ e..r .T id totowrite tno wisbrng mwf the "" sy Youitrul, H. KeynoMt. k At-- Hrt1.r2l-.ta- . Dr. Kiln.' r Jl I...I 40 cent nnd '.- I' I'., I.O0Mr avmats-- 1 frr. a"ston, .N. T. I 1, ' ta-t- tr "eOLGESTER" 'PAWNfi ROOT ' a&Sfr. Ws - JKAi l&F VIP5? &&&' 1 BEMSa .sfj l.'i. 30r . t , .t VZ&L:JtfS!& nular t Ir ' am f5'! iwK. .i .. T ThJrTc,. , .1 paaton. Ledger. ror rsnnciii rniiitiit R. R. Hands anil TS tSa. Ui. 1 Such are up Its the The p family at . r nioderu hermits who nre N. Y. ies and the snow I others.! ttv&ZAi j IC . . a l.i.lU. titant !' f 111 few-day- 1 .fc ... rrl-tu- well-know- lie I'olwlrr, till till IM M.l It - sne-cess- tl m due jiaM Whether this esaggerallon of the Ins' ,.n tire to all dogs snr rise common ' aivarj of its prvy. or to w en 'nail 'Pg .oi.tlniled training, is not kno.vn, bnt tl e habit has now Weome .nstiuc-tir- e it. I puppies will often point before tley hare received any trainthis 'lo sbnw how Hied ing It is related become hah t ha ' pointers that with game in uf stuotl a Immovable f' B' of them they the hour and a ittar-te- r ss .'.a lues durlug fist an artist whs sketching thaam. In heir work in the fteld they show great Intelligeeee nnd seal, and ever In Ih.- - ground with great rapidity. pre lorulnates, color, white usually tii'iuh this Is uaually varied by spots of 11 or lemon tolor and sometimes thev are flecked with these cob.Tr. or mih black. The csrmt U short, and therefore for work In warm weather a pointer U preferable to the setter, as he d'sss not sutler so much from the heat. A pointer Is a pleasant coin pern-ion out of the Hold, and Is satiable and trustworthy. Harper's Young People. Use - that " to frota an. name tn hu tcr belongs to the hound - supposed to bo desseended Spanish breed. He vets his lie basalt of pointing game 'i Dealing ita pre e' re for br. Tlie (Jrtnlcst neclLal of the Arc. Hicocry KENNEDY'S MEDICAL DONALD I" DISCOVERY. t( ROXBUBY. ta-- f r.ENNEDr, . MASS., 1.1 r-c' ' 1 Has d .c 1 , 1 ''i"" !,lf worst Ss'ofula '" " Piniple. HehittiieJ it in ocf rleten tvthunJreJ , an J net ft failed escrrt In cases cat-(bTh thunJei humor). He has now In hit rsjestHi over two hundird ccctitkstes of Its value, all w ithln twenty mile el enJ postal card foe book. Boston. A benefit is fway excellent ed frowt tha first bottie, and a perfect cuie Is w.utanted when the r,.rit quantity Is taken. affexteU It auses When the lungs shooting r.dns, like needles ruulng through them; the sj.ne wth the Liver of Bow efs. rhti Is saused hv the dutts being stopped. f.nJ ahtavs disappears In a week after t.tkirg It. Head the label. If the bm.n-- Is foul of bilious It will ' ca is squfJir.'-- h teellnn at first. Nic .nia,eof Jieteter neesary. I u the best v. ti can get, and enough of if. Ho-eone tjblesr,.nft,l in water at ed time. beU by dll iJrutci"- r. h ' , pjst klnJ fj - e .iie I II I - a down t 'i ' ie of 11 r rcn r,' th it v ,tes t One's Knough. She (scornfuHy) that Mr. Small pay has askr I toe to marry him seven times lie f.reai hcsitt! iloat men are satisfied with one tune. Detroit Free Press. Why, 1 Duffer Thore's 0110 thing about sidewalks. llllTer-- W hat? IliifTer -If we don't like thoin we can sit down 11 Haon them without much rouble. lev 11 NEW 50UTH C. O. & S. W. R. R. UlStlasll'I'l V4l.t.r MIHTfcl On February 8th, March 8th, April r RATE LAKO SEEKFRS fXCURSJONS L TC THE AM) III.i:VIA T1IKCiXCIXVATI - - most AND IS lo Courier. Ur. Itoiale'a Certain Cronp Cues. Cent postpaid wIshheauttfulMuveniraiYoon. tkwd Wo to A. P Hoaalr,. IluiTs.ii. N Y we, puisa, when - 9th 1894. Aossr, IS Vorr.ilhsr jr Octet t a,ldreaa rour naartal "W'bat ar' you going to give get married f" Harpugoa "lly .smseut, Clulretto.'' -- U lovjuette. -1 T. tl. LYNCH, Aiai liOUlriVilibsi, k passsNosn 3t."a". to lead a i based life Tut aetehbor's bqlldog may batch a man Plerlda Tl.nes P 11 Ion . tlttf i.-fJ- s VtrrsuKrt-isVicVCfKinMt r ISffT I C UCnCl.tV Pi risAST, Wholesome, Hissnly forconght It Halo's llouey of lloreliouml and lur Plfce's Tool luu he Drops Cur In one minute. Hgsr turne. A Ybung Men's Hru. Is wi to tinegor Ilr.TTia not be at all tlisn not bo nohle Tennyson iKliinj7 Tub Irritalk'ii MhUli .mlmfA of lifiir'i linmcllmely rcHvl Urw.eMit 'Jr&cAt.,t Hold only In boxe. ilffhf Itn lr Yl n tv, iiorni.AH . sunn frO'O rl ' .lai'.slo.n wotk, lolling K""T Jt ' JAtsoflj. "'. Nm ,h,., ni. as.1 i i' SV ,. 2. a.a.nDcd on l bailors.nd s, l.itf. , .M1r,lnii,l. 1 lit .' it, , f.1 s..,..,, . r f..il MU.Im. rtii inlfta .r f. Irr a ffil '"sT - lll if , I , rlla 1. Irti Ctlef (TItnfC 'z rl Itxl FfHe rn.) t.T It. ' s laow t tnirlkont t'tfo I'se I. tar free, x ha i ih ' iPfrrtnCh. u-- SOUTHERN ). Homo Seekers' alone. it was u gorgeous 11 I I I I (Cfi) hump mr pi I train that trooped half hour later Powdownstairs dered wigs and continental uniforms adorned the guests, and tho old house seemed to have been set back a century in the twinkling of un wus notwitli tho merry makers. Huck In the servant' quarters was an unused closet largo enough for bedroom, but devoted to u storehouse of odds and ends. bedding There on u pile of worn-ou- t sat tho stiangor in gray. The hostuss stood before him, her hatchet In hand. "You must eat as fust as you can und go," she was saying. "They aro looking for you ull round here, and if they should search the house, think whore eye-Lu- cy 11 many peopie. On October M, iT'.i'.i tuo father of his country wuut outon to rldo round his farms u. u is his custom It began to snow, tn,,. i0 hull, ami then to rain. Waslnni.-t.ir- i continued Ills ride for two hour, and on his return home sut down to ilmucr without chuuglng his clothes. 'I In result was un attack of chills, follow by acute luryngltls.of which he died Many a wise man does very foolish things, and W ashiiigtou was only one of mul. tltudttof othurwlse sensible men who have sacrificed thoir llvos by carelessly Ignoring thu plainest laws of health. His death should ho n warning to ,i that it Is not only unwise, but positive ly wrong, to tuko unnocttsktiry risks in such matters. N. Y. Witness L k I - 'V'SiV'V'WW rgyyr-iiwiu-v3 CATARRH H.irtBM s?l rn Im Ai'plr litln til. I II HUB pun 1 id ter.' ' bun pi ,,,,, , 1 jw-- j there wwu, fr ' the Inbu rtC'M wo would be. "1 took thut loaf of bread from the tublo for yyu and there Is some liniment for your leg. Uumember, you sat waiting for his "party" to arilve. promised 1110 not to light any more. ' "1 promise," said the stranger, "this "I wonder how he came to lie horned wound alone will stop Hint. I cun't same day was. I wonder If he ever hud I u blifday puny. wonder if !,, thank you enough for this." "Don't try, then. Now yon must go." mainm. made him big cake nil full of I wonder if his pupa gave luni She luld the hatchet on the floor and raisin I wonder u pretty Hiny like mine. if pulled from u pile of rubbish uu his grandma used to hug him and ni I coat und hut. "You cuii pass for Miles Standlsli or lit tn 'lieorilie' nnd pile him chocohit Thomas Jefferson or somebody like dropo'.' He most seems like some bonus! the same 'lay that They aro all busy and will not nnd to me. Win' same named the iiume. (liiess H! notice you. do down the frunt stu.rs must 'a' lieeii named niter luu- - 11, 1, I boldly and out the Iiont way. Ills drooping spirits revived by tint link initiriuiii said I wus named afu-bounteous lunch und every faculty him lilt I believe I'll rilther be mil alert, the stranger prepared to obey than (icii W'.isliia'toiil"- - Youth' U ui of these Islali.ls In my oplinon she has 11 puaaed lrto history and I would let li r refued tu accept the con.li-tlonsthere Wn-nsh- e -His. amnesty that were roposnd and Ii Ing Ihe rights uf 11 s ir,ige nnd on was wlll'BK In Ih is tnllghtneU age in ..lain ber ul with the hl'SKl of some of Ur !et clllroas, though thu ilalms to luir lad thn lerhnteal right by liw lo do so, the piand her self Uiyond the ule of chlllMtlun. and ho.y-eve- r much I condemn the crime of which h has been the tictlin und ileteat the jailley which mads thai ir m joaatble, I wuuil In yiew of her couduct, i mill her to dt part from 11 the scene of her former glory, and I would tnako nn further effort whatever tu re.ansirt.il her throne or m restore ihe suprnnaiy ot t .0 monarchy that she repri sooted. "I It II jrou. .Mr HpMker. lhat as.lreplj ns 1 n loie my country with all Iho coi)seraii that I would luy upon her altars wlttii fervid reverenrefor her fitgwhereier its c. ur met Ih" ije, I would rather seu Ihst tl.i? loaerisl nnd tram I'd upon than r:i s l us a l In thi lui.d of ri"iy plrale's ensign buccaneering ileiusRisCu'e to use, r.ot as an em WllllilrrlllK .Mmill WutlilliKlliii. ...... .l) 1 .'Cl.t.. Linn of honor, but u sn Instrument of terror 1 n.,v ami nun usmn tons ins blrfduy." said little (I. W. Hrowuos be und oppression tc tho helpleas und enfiebled ractsuf mankind. . UItAIN'-U,liens-.- S& torn-Mlied t . . .. run fais I.Al!t-HnI'OItli-M- Mixed nrd ess Ilia H Us, 'I CArtl.l'.-rir- Quality., st Western INIlfANAPOMS Xs. J OK A Corn-- Nil J mlied Outa-- No raliod I.Ob'IS VI I.I.K. rf.)Ull-Win- ter I'sieHt lious -- t s)ti all..' 6) Q 0 UJ to till 10 fls ts A srHBiTcarnintltH'tor knows what tho n ivmn wild waves are spying when h. s. an wnvo herpuniMtl. - llliinlwinton lleptib-llca- st least an t lrln.liii.lrv is im inois' client ..in than n liahi', it is ina K.n.l t . ii .ii .1 1 r a li ' r ' I'Y IsHI I llll HIS l ii ai. lalLua s itialiiri I fUf.ua. 'i n dr. i i . r li iia l.iri.rin i. The Agricultural & Horticultural Advantages . I Hi fu i rntial nn I I t 1i m i AM' li n it , ki in IChr. M GUIDE. t.nn i'l .i. I. ,,lill.las tl rulml II, IE., i.a Mul.falrr, Usim. Jt Ml II ' (JltAIN-Wheat-Corn-MIOats-Mi- No. .Kl Ursst.... 'ed u n t tt If. Q Jl'i H 1 litt nil is ihe MASTER' OT. JACOBS UIL OURE for . . s, l I'01IK-M'- S I.AIIU- - Straui Villi" I (17,1 PAiNS s , AND , ACHES. 80 ACRES Fine Farming Land - IN Phillips Co., Wisconsin, ttlll UefsOl Hst sllillOtW. Allllttl'S a. x. hioiw imtririaro.. Ml li.uS.ra lu, Iklfifa. tK '. ."tT s- - V f- - V"J V'F ... 1 1 11 11 this country ure noted for thulr charitable character, hut it 11 to bo regretted that there aro 111 many leeches who hang to thu skirts of charity. The deserving poor lire too often I hey do not times overlooked. parade their wants. The blatant, iiiitlus'irvlng rarely goes without a C'lTIZRMi of . Cures thc-- S. c "iP" eaWa7 -- WKaaKi Henls For Sale. BBUUsuarairj Sores. Running Serpent's Sting. stifll-clent- ly nielli. A school fortius liistructlouof youthful criuiituls has been established at the Ch'ciigo bridewell, and contain icventy pupils. Most of tnese are mis- jcptible to in- rul ii liici . . ni if properly eared fo" in .'j,.j.' i t" 1o (pod cltiit'lis. rC(nntrtrtic isMiu6iuuj jt LMUUu 1 Dlnni Poison In alllts stages completely cradicatetl bvS.S.b. uusutiaic sores anil ulcers yield to its healiiiK powers. It removes the poison antl builds up the system. . I.. . ............ 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