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FINE JOB PRINTING KXKGTJTICD WITH HEATHESS AHD DISPATCH. SALE BILLS, ENVELOPES, UKOItOB TfARRRN, IAS. WKARN, i a Editor. Antstant K.lltor l'rlc of Subscription, $1.00 Tur United State pension disbursement In Maine amount to 8S nplcco for every man, woman ond clilM In tho itnto, nnt pension checks form about the only currency In ccrtuln retnoto niil Iriictho hnmlct. SwiriKiir,A.i) Isnbout to establish it tuto Imnk nt llcrno which will havo tho exclusive right tolhMiu bank notes. Tho capital it fixed nt 25,0f,000 franc, tho Swiss confederation making itself vtinmalhln or nil liabilities. -- ESTABLISHED ilHAi.TI.ENDING. 1859. The HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY.9JY., EIUDAY, JANUARY II, THE CAPITAL. Drmnrrala ttnrrrtslii AImiiH fiirrlun 1895. CONGRESS. VOL. XXX. NO. THE 0. DILL HEADS, INVITATIONS, ETC., ET& OALIa AND SIGIC US. ' LETTER HEADS UK HEMES IT. Tales or tho Masiacro In Armonli by Ono of the Sufferers. Ihe Xlo.t llsrtmrnn. C'rii.lll XWrs 1'rso-tlrnl, ami Inilti lllnKea Mlrrallj I'.i- leriiilmilril 1 he Orilrra of the Mac aaire Dlrlstril hjr Ihe Snllan. X -- . r--f Tills hits been n pood year for the ex portntlon of apples. Tho llrltUh .trainer Labrador, on n recent trip fitim Portland, Me., took 17,000 bar rels, being one of tliu laigcat cargoes fruit oyer shipped from an Amor loan port. railroad bridge In tho country, and jiroluibly tho first Urge suspension bridge ever built, will soon lo taken riow n and will lie replaced by an archid m1imlmmmmfmmw Tur: pineal fflnml Is n small Ixxly ab most in tho center of tho brain. It ontnln a entity holding a sandy sub. Manco composed of ihosihate and car innate of lime. Its uso In tho nullual Isiibsolutely unknown I'ancl 'id physiologists linvr conjectured It to be tho feat of tho soul M vks. hundred and forty-ontons of gold, or their equivalent, weie required to wy the expenses for the United e Tills rnllroail suspension bridge nt Kb ajrarn Kails which Is ono of tho oldest IIostov, .Inn 7. The following letter, dated Athens, llcccmber 10, luu been received in Huston from an natlvoof Snssoun, tho scat ol the recent tnassacro: At last wo have escajed from the barbarity nnd Atrocity of the Turin and have arrived In Athens. Our from tassoun was almost ml- rnplllmis. mill It. la iwtavlbli t lir.fr till. . ...... ., .. ,... .....u ..... caution of Turkish soldiers aro still lining their bloody work there, I.very bo.lv knows that tho onlcrs of the massacre wero given by direct roun srlers nf thn sultnii. Thern Is hanllv v u .. cs-cn- Ik pTctarfgtromerrTitiil 'limnWft lli-ri- ln 1BK)iin.-t- il KrUll mliin. The May. anil Xlrsna ('mil, Cleveland Makes Public a Letter H nilllra Vlnj Not l:'ii II port I In-- Kill. Wahiiinotox, Jnn. 8. What action Wrote to His "Royal" Visitors. congress will take to end tho growing tariff complications between this gov- They Mrre Nut IterotjnUed as Committernment nnd the Kuropenn jam era, or ee, lint thn I'rtMilnit (otilil t He- -. whether any measure will bo adopted fu.e I hem, Pi mnmllr, the Crmrtcay uf an Aiiuleiun The tetter. for that purpoM', aro questions clouded In uncertainty. Considering the Importance of tho tariff war to commerWasiiisoto.v, Jan. 7. The senate cial Interests, attention given to It by on Sonntor U.dgo's resolution In of congrcsa Is noticeably regard to llnwnlinn matter has cllelb members light. cd n statement from the president ni Chairman Wilson, of tho ways and follows: The attention of the president means committee, recently Introduced having been called to n hint throw!, a bill, In accordance with tho recom- out in the senate discussion on Krldty mendations in tho president's message, that the visit of n ccrtnln "eotnroltte' to repeal the of e. cent differ- of royalists from tho Hawaiian Islands' ential on sugar, which croked protest" was connected in ionic way with tilt from (iermany and Austria, and which, departure of Amciic.nn ships from Hint It Is stated, Inspired retaliatory action locality, tho president said: Of cuiirse by the former government In tho form such an Insinuation Is very absurd. of prohibition of American beef. Hut It Its propriety and the motive behind It, Is not altogether certain that thn ways I nt.i sure, can sielv be loft to tin and meant, committer will report thti Judgment of fair and.right thlnklnpj c one-tent- h 'Ihe necessary teams to haul ing n e Mntes government for the year it. ion ana twenty-livteet to n leum, would mane n procession over threw and a half miles long. allow All. orer (iermany preparation aro making for the celebration of lllv marek's eightieth birthday. April l, 1" and statues, busts and manuiuenti .reeled to the greatest living Herman will bo unveiled that day Lifts mid iiieincntoes will heproscnteri and charitable institutions will Iks dedicated to his memory. Is said the trial of the fale claim-an- t to tho Tlchborno estate cost tho English government 8.Vl,0i)0 tho Tleli lnirno estate it.elf ton Odd and mndti the revenue of that estate full oil from Now it is SI. 000 annually to .. reported that the real heir has Wen discovered in sn Insane asylum In New It south Wales. Axmk IWk.asms., n colored woman may It hanged fur .w tarMie is charged w ith committing perjury to effect tho conviction of Jacob lleinie and llenrv Kaiser, i barged with tho murder of 1. K. Itrown. tho wealthy stock man. This sort of swearing Is a hanging matter under the law of Missouri In M ing fislaelj- r AforiiKii "wonder" has Wen illseoveicd In Germany He is a shepherd named Ast, living' In tho small Ullage of lladbruch. In tho last orer one thousand persons havo vlsltest him from all parts of tlermany. The people stand In crowds about tho man's hut. watting for his ariilrc. His success It said to le remarkable. din-tofeu-week-s Tur. late Hans run Mulnw left directions that a examination nf his brain should be made t ascertain the cause of the excruciating henri m ho from which he was a The autopty revealed tho fact that tho end of the nerves hail Wcohio embedded In the sear of an injury to the brain that he had received in child civilized world. hood FOR LIFE. Tur ejuirof liussia promises to bo n Slatf. Attorney llnrne-t'one of the most popular monarchs in Irnrr. .Viitmint to 1 hat. llurope lis has completely won tho I'txri.N.N. ti. Jan. 7. W. II Itnrnet St l'ctrrsliurv optiace by his lack of Mntes attorney, was fear in coin; about tho streets of the capital unattended n great contrast day morning heiitenccd to be Impristo tho manner of his father The po. oned in the Ivhannn Jail for life for r lice, however, do not like hiiwa's, at contempt of court in refusing to questions put to him in the course they aro In constant fear that he will .1 of tho I.li llenntitt txind cnc. be killed. hoeh Is the eltect ol tho sentence bx 1'nited Mates District Judge 'Inr Itnllan colntiy in Williamsburg, N , has a post ofliee of its own It Ueorge II. Sage, Satunlay morning, was established as an experiment by but the tcntence may lie ended at any rostmaster Siullivan. and proved such n t.me after sixty days by the production success that tho quarters are iroinj- - to of the bomts. l enlarged Tliero are nearly 3,0iM In In pronouncing sentence for conthe colony and the sending of money tempt Ju 'ge Sage .aid that ho could dc to relatives ami friends in Italy for tho cither of two thingsmake It a crimiholidays was so great that tho ofllco nal olTen so or consider It in the other had to W kept open In tho evening. light of compelling a witness to testify and Imprisonment till testimony is Ql'FEH laws they still have in Massa given chusett', where, until within n few Inasmuch as tho decree In this case months, It was legal for a husband to lias been rendered, It Is of no Interest beat his wifo, provided he didn't use n toeomj.R-- witness to testify for that. heavier than a mop handle Judgo Therefore. It Is considered a criminal Iirew, of llrookllno, ono of Boston's olTi'iiM- - and penalty Indicted from that suburbs, has recently decided (hat a basis. The gravity of the offense and the thief who frightens n woman into givof tho defendant In his ro ing up her money on the street at night is not gudty of highway robbery, funl to answer the questions wero resince tho money was ngt taken by counted am! commented upon by Judge ago at some length before ho llnnlly force n s l 1 nil-5c- inhabitants were peacefiilly slecpiiijf in their homes, set Are to the whole village. amlnot one The village of Shenag met with almost a similar fate, all the peop'e being killed The trlW of Kurds known ns tlebrcn. headed by I hicf I.Imi. nnd accompanied by Turkish soldier, entered the village of Konk. There they gathered all the wouieu in tho church. After detlllng thnli In the most revolting manner, they slew tiiem The soldiers the night in the vllllage in revelry and debiiiehery T wo other tribes, those of I'arkran and Khisan ramo against the village of Alpak They collected all the hcrdr rsii-and tlm-kdrove them olT They then returned and buriiad the whole village. Wo, who hate ccacd, thank (.oil for our safety, and aro prayerfully expecting the helpful sympathy of the the nil together, old nnd young, hnve been snurillced by tho swords of Turkish soldiers. They Wsleged the vlllntrt. friifn tlin 1a.L nf Attrll unlll tb first of August, and during all these wieKswe feil on vegetnbles nnd the roots of grasses. The lirst few weeks we were bitterly cold ami existence wns terrible. All communication wns cut off. susoected that oilier villnpei would give us food, and so they plundered the neighboring villages. The villagers rcxistrd nnd hundreds of them wero killed Of the 331 huuset which made uplhe villageof Yartiucss, only thlrty-lfiwere left standing When tho news of tills massacre reached our people were ex cited Wy.iiid all thought of personal safety, nnd we nttacked Ihe soldlen and succeeded In kilting 13 of them. Then more nmuiunitlon and soldlcrt were sent there, and n devilish work wns begun The chiefs of the tribes of Kurds, with t elo Iley and his staff, together with the regulnr caino to the village of Semal. Munv of tho Inhabitants, after suffering atrocious cruelties, wero put to death They brought tho minister of the village from his house, and, after forcing tho sacred chalice Into hit hinds, bound him ton donkey and then shot him nnd the animal together. In all. the niimWr killed in this battle was 4i This deviltry was by no means the worst pcrpetniteil The greatest hor. ror was at the village of Colo Iley and his men entered the village before daybreak, nnd while Tin-Turko sol-Jler(iely-(!use- little children siind that tho legislation, but toascertain whatwlll attitude toward whatever the democrats may propose. Whether tho republicans will ornv with the democrats In remedial legislation bt comes nu open question, slnro It is known that the democrats are not agreed upon their course, n faction of them thinking with Mr Whiting that any tariff legislation w ill be unwise. Mr Cannon said that the nfllrmatlvo or negative votes of the might hinge ujon whether, in their estimation the supplementary act proposed would entail greater dis advantages than the existing sugai schedule, and particularly whethwould It the er reduce government, of revenue the which was now Insulllctent to meet Hi expenses. If the nays nnd means comthe mittee would propofe to reciprocity systi-m- , which eoiigreshad obliterated with marked discourtesy tc the foreign governments, parties thereto, as well ns to thedetrluient of American business, he said sarcastically, the republicans would lie did not with them heartily see how Mr. Wilson could W exIh'oiiiip the lender of n pected to movemrnl to prepare features whleli the cnat had Imposed on his bill against his opposition. be their co-o- house will pass it In that nil 'our people should lenoft case It emerges from the committee everything f know concerning ent and Is given a hearing. Mr Wilson visit of the 'Committee ol wns asked the prospects of the hill, but royalists.' of them Last vmr tbc t:t'rrnrt of Jul oreorlj did not speak enthusiastically from I'maiUr lie vill In answer to a question, that in Auuuit tlirte re u lhroU7t. Ilio . rfiarr o Its claims for eoutlderatlon might be r'.nl hhit iv of a tlnie nfcrn taej toie brought to the attention of the rules fou il lam iiciiunallon vith no ai prcnt i en Itiicrilrif Ilawn Ian qurea committee nftcr the currency bill had fnc'.tur from lb u.r-ebeen disposed of, but added that tho Irvuirhlr ul! rot ulth proprlrt (ii-rwn ti t i lprprl lo refu-- e thrrn T remaining time of this congrcsv was oTillr ilierurtey of nuautflcrie ihcrrf-ivery short and there would be a great n (mured) i ml Inur iie l.ieil 'or Oi" ln'-.- r pressure upon the committee for allotliw In trie ni. sntln-r- . .it ray t"iucst trin. ment of time fur various other import- oilltrd throt'i-- the fPrrriarj I stele fie-- r e n lemrn iiiude krown the ptei Ue purt'O.oo ant bills. Illinois being the fctronghold of the ILi 'r tl.lt la tno IoIiowiuk noli A'linift II. Ii'l meat business, the rcprrscntntlvcs The Hon W. (J. (Irrsham 'tecretrrrol lale Sir We tho unJirlitned rommt.sloners from that state have been imperiled tc rnt lis her rnajo.ty (Jneea l.iliuoinlsnl to do something lu Ihe interest of th-- lr oudieneo constituents, lteprcscntative Aldrlch t ulinl Mite We of the prrsit'.ent of thf to esk hlseirel-Icrwof Chicago is receiving many coininunl wt"tkcr thcrolsai? hnpelnr hl doinj cations on the subject, nnd intends tc jtnlhlnif for the teitorntlon of '.lirromilitu-lluna- l lUwailnn UIjihU sottrucicat of Ilio A talk with his colleagues not to suggest Cl'MMIS-.- . J i 1 p-r ,t nr VnKneantuTflfifln.acoiiirKjy..xviijV3 II A WlnHMA'.'V SXJR'I I. PMtKKi: Alter this nota had been submitted to mo nrnuirrfl In wrltlnevttb some care a replr tc the qur.tloo It conislneil to be ro'l b me tc I Iniesiiec ot our meetlnir the eoniml.nlnm-ro avoid all tiilnsuodertUaillni: ana ral"oareii. turn by absolutely ronflntni; myself to uit srlltru lep.y. ot wht h tho Jollowing I. a I copy GREAT FLOODS Hrporteil I'r.itti South American niintrl.. Several InHti. Iiiiinilale,! ami I.ltra ( lA.il. Nrw Yoiik. Jan S The Herald' special cable from Iluenos Ayrrxtays Itlo Janeiro advices state that tho cholera epidemic Is on the lncrenc Whole enrgocs of dried meat are being returned to the owners, tho neces sary fumigation by the health board having ruined Wef which had Wen received previously. News has been received from Ilia of a Hood in retropolls, tne fashionable suburb of tho capital, in which sixteen persons were drowned. A spcci-i- l cable to the Herald f inn Dispatches published 'auama savs hero from tho departments of Darien state that the towns of I'nya, Kl Mmou and Tapalixa have been Inundated by tho overflowing river Quirn. !evornl houses have been destroyed, plantations and crops washed nwny and entile killed. Hundreds of persons aro homeless. MUST WITHDRAW. (alhollra In Becret Korletlea to Come Out nr lie Ksroinmtinlcateit. Huston, Jnn. S Archbishop John J. Wllllnms hns sent out tho following letter to be rend In all the churches of . the archdiocese of lloston: "Archbishop of lloston, December 28, 1891: iirnllrrnen Vou must permit nie tortminc rou thxt this Interview Is not sn official one and fB.trsil or rceelvlnit von In any reprrsetiu- tlte copirlir. 1 melt you as Itnlhldusls who hue traieltvl n ions rtlmnnce lor tbr purpose rae cf iTylnir certain mattrrs anj hope or me i ou ask m II ihre t unMhnic for the re.toratlou of the rnnstl. tutlon il ( ovrnvment of the Hawaiian Olaud. " I mipi-o.Ihxt tht. question is lareelr proinpt. ! I. tin fel ihlt -- ojfl after the overturning 1 the or the queen 1 Inves-k-itr.- 1 ir B..vcr-.m-i- it thst transaction and ns f.vtliCr.1 thai tfcrr, h .1 b-uclt n unlustlflable Interfrr- eii'i In i.nJof ih.t ini ement. on the part of the rrpre.onlatlve. of the fotemmeni of the United M ,(r la 11. dlploitiiti.- - anl nav.il sernot only to rcc-tlf- v vice a.tornll for eorrn-tlowhat c mrsl to be a wrong done lo other, hut sl.n throu.U that reetlllcation to ward oil whi.1 npai(sl to le u danger to honor and probllv fully npprerlatlne the constitutional limit, ot m ejeeutlve jmwer and by no means n mlndlul of the hindrances that mlcht arise I undertook the task II. vine failed In my plans, I cominllieO the entire subject to tho congress ol the frilled Mates, which had abundant Thesx-ecuilve power nhd suthorlty In Ibe piemlsea braneh of the ifoiernment wai there bj dlschariru from further duty and responsibility In ihe matter uqless moved thereto by rorjrreleaal command Th corfrrexs has. beivi by ii set. and its omission, to act sl?nl-tle- d that nothtrur need he done toui hinc American Interfercni-- e Willi the overthrow of the (roirrnuient of the queen rjuiie latelv a co.ernment hs Ircene.tsb- which I. In lull force nnd II fccl n llnv-it- l operation In pins of the Islands It Is mainall taining Us authority and Upon ordinary poernmcntsl functions. general principals ami not lovlns tight of the peels) circumstance, surrounding this case, tho new Fovernment Is rlrsrly entltlel to our recoirnit.on without rnrard to snv of the Incident, which accompanied or preceded Its In The reeosnltlon snd the attitude ol theeon-cre- s roncernins the Hawaiian affairs, ol coure led to nn absolute denial o( the least pre-eor future aid or enrouracrment on mj pxrt lo sn effort restore any Koicrnmenl Hawaiian Islands. licr.torore eilstlnir In i aucuratlon (HiirLii When the dsv appointed for the meetlne 1 irni conflneil to my tied hy Illness I thereen?aement fore tinned the paper 1 hsd experted to read and It was delivered to the commissioners who I believe, returned at one to Hawaii 1 tieter saw any member of this commission ot romin'ttee and have nett-- r had any communication or transaction with any of them directly or Indirectly, except as 1 have here stated. arrltid Bnd unable to keep my FOSTERS mTsSION. Purely Prlvwle anil a. Counsel Only for Peacemakers. Vancoi-- nit, U C , Jan. 7 Mr. Fosof state of the United ter Mates, who Is now here awaiting tho sf.il of tho Empress of India for Japan, was Interviewed by nn Associated Mr. Press reporter. Foster stated that his mission here has been much misrepresented by many papers, nnd ho wished to sot forth his position clearly. At the request of the C'hineso govern, ment he had consented to act as conn-e- l to the ( luneso peace commission--i-s- , and expected to meet the two officials appointed to act In that capacity it Kobe. The negotiations will be carried on nt Hiroshima, tho prer-enheadquarters of tho Japanese nrmy t C'hl-pie- .e "Stop ohnwlng man, If you value jour life," snld physician to ono of his pnllents. "You unconsciously swallow little shreds of the wood, which ar not digestible and which become compact In thoMomuuh. rinolly you aro annoyed by a hacking cough, and tho spitting of blood, nnd you do not know whnt is the mutter with you. You Imagine you have consumption or some similar allllctiou, when it is only tho foreign substance in toothpicks, young pronounced sentence. I'owdrr "Mill Implode. Three Killed. Yn.l.ow Si'iiiMiM, O , Jan. 7. A powder mill at (loos, near here, exploded nt 10 o'clock Saturday morning, killing three men (Tiff Homey. Adolph Kre-be- l and Arthur Harris. Tho explosion was n terrific one, and was heard for miles At llrst It wns thought that a your stomach that makes thostrong-cs- t protest against your cartdesviessor ignorance in allowing it toaccumulatu there." pieces. number of others lin.il met denth, but n careful investigation shows that there Tho explosion were but three victims wrecked tho buildings, pieces being blown for UKl yards. Tho unfortunate men wero literally blown to A "lteverend Dear Sir We learn by letters from Home, forwarded by his excellency, tho apostolic delegate at Washington, most holy father has forbidden all Catholics to join societies of Odd 1'cllows, Knights of Pythias, or Sons of Tempeiance. Ax to those who have already joined any of these societies, they aro to bo admonished to withdraw from them, and If ther refuse to do no, they aro to be denied tho sacraments, iir very Jou.N J. Wilmamh, sincerely, Archbishop of lloston. Fur tho America.' Cup. London, Jan. 8. There will bo on International yacht race this year for tho America's cup. Tho Itoyal Yacht hquadrou, at Its meeting Monday, decided that It would not bo objection ablo to give tho receipt In tho event of the cup Wing won by an English xncht, for the eup as specified by the ileed of (Foster) did not expect to bo allowed to attend tho sitting of the peace mlssioners, ns all deliberations would lie will sun bo carried ou in pr'vnte. ply net ns counsel and adviser In tin matter, nnd altogether in n p. lvnte capacity his appointment not eing connected In any way with tho I'nitvd Ilegarding the Mates govcrnmei,' , Mr. Foster xxn length of his unable to give nny opinion, and declined to discuss the probable terms ol 1 nbf.-nce- and temporary scatof government, lie gift of lss7. settlement. A San riu.Nclsco Is proving to t! world Hint tho strecta of n city can clean even bi kept brupulously g fund has though the inn low or been oxhnustod altogether. Tho method pursued in tho Golden dato city Is for the merchants nnd uuinufacturors U) olub together and hire n mnn to keep that square clean. I. very day tho accumulated dirt is ro l.aoh fcubwrlbor to tho fund, moved being personally Interested in tho cleanliness of his particular block, is particularly cartful not to throw tho litter from hit plac of business Intg the street. . L .1 Mns. Sciibni.t has given to thr I'lttsburgh Chapter of tho Daughters nf tho Karoltitlon tho old block house built by Col. Hoquct In n4, aftr tho relief of Fort I'M during I'nntluc't war The amall square edifice has been used as a dwelling for n century. It will bo preserved nnd mnilo il musA stone tablet eum for colonial rllc Inscribed with Col. lloquet's namo and tho ditto of tho blockhouse's election wiis taken from lt wall nnd planul in rotunda of the Tlttsburgh city hull whun that struoturo wat erectad. Il other day ud put wns romored-th- o street-cleaninI Stolen, Waiii, Tcx., Jan. 7. Two men entered tho jewelry establishment of J. I.evluski, No. 407 Austin iivenuc, and after examining some jewojry, left. After they wcie gone It was discovered that a tray containing diamonds win gone. No arrests have been made. Jan. 7. Joe ford, two Negroes, and engaged In a duel on the street in the business center of the city. The trouble n rose over u crap game, and the doreu shots fired did more damage to bystanders than to the belllgcivnt I.nwrcueu tilover, a prominent ouiig mnn, received one of tho bullets in the helm. bowelB, nnd his recovery Is doubtful MUt sieveiiHon'a Condition. Senator Harris' fourth Term. Deputy Marshal John Diekmejer Miss SteN. C, Jan. AtiiihVit.i.K. Kahiivu.i.k, Tenn., Jan. R. The demthrough the thigh while attempt venson rested better .Sunday night ing to arrest the Negroes, lMwnrd'n than wns expected, though she Is ex- ocratic joint caucus Monday renominaceedingly low llcr mother and two ted United Mtntes Senator Harris, received n bullet Iu his arm, and Crawsisters lire at her bedside, nt Ilnttery Ktato Treasurer Craig nnd Controller ford's scalp w us cut by another. Moth men wero nrrcstod nnd lodged in jail Herri. Park hotel. C'liAiii.isioN, Mo.. Mret t raw xxii-sh- I'm) of Diamonds Slop, nt the Heirs. Wasiiimitov. Jan. 8. Senator Tel ler, who wns the especial champion In the '0111110 of the late Win Mctiarru-ha- n in his efforts to establish his claim to tlie linucho ranocho (irande grnnt in California, says ho will not continue his labors in behalf of Mcdarrnhau's street Duel. s Miner 1'nll) Over Tour Hundred Pert. r.MONTow.v, I'n., Jan. 7. William Spalding, a car dumper at the Oliver nines, lost lils footing nnd plunged headlong Into No, abaft, which Is 41. feet deep. Ills body wns crushed to a pulp Spalding vrusSt) yenrs old. It was his llrst day's work on tho tipple. A Uriingo fatality has followed the Spalding family. 1! Iicxow Would Iilke to Continue ll. Y-- Stmtif-lei- l , to llentli. back In its 't,gml plaoe. Aiha.sy, N , Jan 8. In the stnto ionato this week Senator I.exow will Introduce n resolution extending tho time of tho Investigation of the I.cxow :onimittce and giving It further pov-;rbut nllows it to make n preliminary report. ii.ii Oklahoma, Washington, Jnn. 8 Senator Mnr-llMonday, Introduced u bill for the AstlHliiut IT S. Attorney Tor Alnskii. Wxmiisiiro.v, Jan. 7. Attorney (lou admission of Oklahoma ns u statu. Tho ralOluey has nppolntcd Herbert Hog bill provide for nu extension of the otCB dUtrl&t moil so ns to Ineludo n part of tho terfutt asslstnut United ritory of the Chlcknsuw nut Ion. ittoruey for Alaska n, 41 Jan. 7. Victor has been nrrcstod, ehnrged with having strangled Mario Contas solt October 23. The arrest w as made on Information furnished by Alphottsi I.nnuir, who Is nlso under arrest on suspicion of having somo connection with the strangling casess Lamar say Monchcieaux's motives xxeitt robbery lie exp uteri to secure 87,000 by the murder of Mario Montnssolt, but got mil v 807. Monchcreaux Is u desperate loouiiiie character nbout forty years ol Moth .igo and has very largo hands. Mouchcrcuux and Liunnr served ton (Jiiantln, Cal. teiicehut 1)1 MTU, Col Ing Its or use, exports It, '. enPOLICY OF RETALIATION. titled to n drawback of thn entlro Ilepubllenna Making Party Capital of nn a moil nt of duty pild. less one per Unimportant Is.ne. Second .ton. , I), f,.trl. .Action lllri,M!. The agricultural implement Tho discussion over tho retaliatory cent. 55YsiilNoro.v, Jon 8 -- After llireo WAstllxr.Toi, Jnn 4. SATt Fenstor makers of the United Mates have dis- policy of Spain snd Germany Is becomol a i nsmlon ThiirslirJUrs discussion the democratic can- - Quay cieatnl steel in he should ,. . ... rtir Morn Hz bj glvlnst notice that deficiency ing somewhat hysterical. It is pressed covered that by purchasing In T.L.MI s.l offer an amondGifnt to lho urgency '.iiui.y the'r upon public attontlon with a view lo Knglnnd they can employ It t&P, a:rrec aiicrnoon, uvnxoicoi to support the Springer bill Mrllilnir oul the appropriation ler the colImplements nt their manuf, ctorles In' tho making party cnpltal. We have allection ol the Income tax nnd Vtllstitutc lor tho Carlisle ciincncy America and sond these Implements to McKlnlcy wujl tariff Mr f'ua eipfets his ready exposed the misrepresentations 1,4 their customers tho world over outside wool amendment to be ruled out on a point ot that have becu circulated with referfT!ie caucus was called to order short- - order as relating to the reiicral revenue leuls. benence to It. An editorial In a republic- of tho Fnited States and get tho business t...l..n lUlntnn - lVh, .' 'J. ilnl On iilil.il, I.,. UUIIU ,,..,,, I. II, billon, and therefore1111having no prepared In sn- an paper on this subject must be efit of the drawback, thus helping howIs urgency Ceflclencj He to accommodate the oy.iri'iiaiia, cli'ilruinn of tha caucus eter lo ililher a ircrcenuous speccn cov- classed as phenomenally fair unless It them still further conmittcc. Ono lnridre and ilfty-twering, II necessary many dijs. wheneicr he contains as many mlsxtatements ns customer abroad while compelling tho rtiliibcrs were present, leaving more can, fur Ihe amsed purposo ot preventing sentences. The bizarre feature of tho customer In America to pay an enJ action on the deficiency bill until the new re thfn seventy-fivabscnL Is that tho republicans, hnnced price. discussion Immediately upon tho conclusion of publican senators ore elected from wahlni-toThis Is one ot the glaring disadvanWyoming nnd .Montnini whllo claiming to be the only "good tlf roll call Mr Livingston, of (icorgln, llocsi: A bill offered In the house by Mr Americans" on earth (without even tages of the protection system to tha loade a motion that nil thoso present Money, of Mississippi, to increase the tax on producer In this country. unishould bo bound by the action of the beer to W a barrel has ro ehnncowhateverol excepting dead Indians), almost The system, even If we might grant versally take the foreign side of the ro caucus. The chamber meanwhile had snacttnenl, lho agents of the brers that as a whole it Is beneficial, has Moneys bill, question, protesting that Spain and vtry much disturbed over Mr liaJCrt rapidly filling up with members, Merchants Import ns tny consideration nf a revenue scheme Germany nro right and we aro wrong. other injustices. at the tlmo tho Livingston motion but op-- tho entire tarlfl question to unlimquantities of manufactured would . . . , Is In this a certain element of I large There vt?jlnndc there was an instant chorus ited debate, the bill will be permitted to die. consistency for which. In a spirit of K"ous- V,r-f"T i HawaiWasuiiiriTox. Jan. 8. SrKATE-T- hc being paid, the "Nov," nnd n point of order was oi must give the republicans ratc; ttnu' again brought before the fairness, n rtSsde against thn motion. The chair ian question was by Imprimis, they nre entirely Ul.ctmlonof the point of public lu ihesenxto bytheMr. I.odg (Mats) credit. customs tax upon fJorAHolmanXJaustalnod the resolution Introduced consistent In defe.nu.lng their own with the Importer! protests that them. V-- r a dltvM?, "miilltitfllirWefl eet AhntrAho .unl calling on the secretary ol tun navy for nUsckinrr-thc- . . democrat, Hut th VFlP battleships hod" party&nnd cUtMtmiimfoaghttoobUlnim&SS,, forBrfirnctlceof thirty years was tbTit withdrawn from Hawaiian waters. On whether ono or the other IF tight "or whereby tho goods would be dutlabU been enucses are advisory nnd not binding motion the rennto rrlday adopted a resolution wrong. What Is moro to tho purpose,-theyears of delo Id theV character making Inquiry of the secretary of otat as to consistent In defending a at a lower ratc. After SpeaW t'rtsp took tho lloor and said hcthrrHon,J W Foster had any connection policy are retaliation against a country there is treasury or Judlolal dcclslon'of of that th driu xerotic party In congrovs with tho American goierament tn hlsmls.lon for regulotlng Its tariff rates In ac- the matter in favor of the Importer. academy to i blnn nnd has kepi, its p edges It has reformed appropriation JapanwosThe military up The cordance with tho requirements of its During all .this period the Importer bill ncit taken tho tariff re pi lied the federal election amendments made by the appropriations com- rovenue. They are quite wrong, how- has protested upon every consignment law ami practiced economy in appro- mittee to the bill as It came from the house ever, In ascribing this policy to Mr. of like nature, and it results that ha priations. The party has differed in was ogreed to nnd the hill was passed The Mlalne. The Idea of tho latter was to has returned to him an excess of paytaken up but matters affi eti g currency and flnau- - pension appropriation bill was until Monday. continue tho tariff on sugar in the ment amounting In many Instances, if Its consideration postponed ccs. The leere'ary of tin- - treasury lias After a short eiecutlre session the senato ad- McKlnly bill, but to tnke it off tho he Is n heavy Importer, to tens of of dollars n year. The consumer fnrtniilat.d a bill The question Is enn journed ill! Monday sugar produced by nny country whenSprry (dem ,Ct )propoeda sub- ever the latter hy a commercial has paid the merchant. Docs the merthe jart agree upon something this Hutr.-stitute to th C short session. He believed legislation out all after theurlislo currency bill It strikes treaty granted special advantage to chant make a rebate to the consumer? coining clause anl provides should bo had. that congress should re- for an Issue ot bonds sufficient to retire out- our exports. In n more comprehensive The thing would be Impracticable, he pockets that differspond to the call i f the treasury and of standing greenbacks nnd treasury notes undor way, he looked to absolute free trade consequently ence, mightily to bin advantage. the Mierinan act, The bonds are to bear threo among He men offered a the emiitry American countries, and John Interest, are to be redeemed In gold If tho system of protection Is to obthe member, support the percent to be of denominations from ) to .Sherman s.ild he was "almost periind nre ( arllle bill substantially as presented tain In this country it must be shorn I190ii Thevnretorun for thirty vears. with suaded ' to nree with him. It Is hnrd Chicago In th- substitute. The to say why free trade would be any of many a palpable evil. the right to rclcrrn after ten years Sir Miami, of Missouri, immediately seeupir) of the treasury Is empowered to more of a blessing with American Times. gold reseneuptoa minimum of tool the lloor and opposed tho Crisp leep theby selling th-- o BENE"ATH CO NTEMPT. bonds Provision Is countries than with others, but nt ony rrsolition. He characterized the Car- raudo lor the steady retirement ol the rate Mr. Mlalne did not advocate the r.epubllcap Effort, to llevlve Interest In lisle, dll ns a repudiation of the time' from Ue proceeds of the bonds and policy of retaliation which went Into tha Hawaiian Fla.co. honO'cd principle-- of the democratic from the surplus In the treasury the McKlnley bill ns section 3. Not In sesWasuisgto,. Jan Ever since the Ilawnllan question from the days of Jefferson, Men part; The Aldrich amendment to the Mcwas forced upon the consideration of ton ind others of the great leaders sion Horsr Saturday was consumed hy debate Klnley bill, numbered section 8, and the present administration, the chief dmvi to the present time. He state I over the Carlisle currency plan In which misnamed "the reciprocity clause," witli great cmph.tsls that ho would C'ockran of New- - York was the provided for retaliation against such aim of the republican statesmen hus mamost conspicuous fgure Mr t'ockrxn held neve- - support any measure which countries as did not, In the Judgment been to manufacture campaign Moor for moro than nn the power of tho national the accustomed vigor andhour, ond spoko with of the president, levy fair rates of terial for their own use and, to adopt eloquence He ophis language of one ot banks. posed tho bill throughout and declared In faduty on commodities exported from the expressive InVeply to n question be said he was vor ot the Haltlmorc plan Mr Laeey (Hep. the Fnited htatcs. It was not neces- their number, "put the president In a n hole." This purposo accounts for much wlllbg to go go back to the demo- la ). alo spoke In opposition, while Mr anl Mr 1'atrhlngs (Dem sary that any state should levy more cratic doctrine of coining both metals Miss (I)em la i their pirtv to unite In support , tax on our products than on similar of the folly for which they are responi eihortid of view and abolishing the ten pi-- r cent tax on of U.e measure The house adopted the articles from other countries. It was sible and for the expression Mr Miami added In stateSbanhs. to coinponnto the widow of f'ol Fitch, ttilllciont that these rates should be In which there was no sincerity. When came that there was of the who ('led Christ-mthat he was unw Ming to accept the deemed by the president "reciprocally the recent report not to liar The house the dictation of tho secretiry of the the senate amendments sotod the Mllllarv acad- unfair nnd uneauaL" Our sttc de prospect of a revolutionary movement tn treasury In this matter. emy appropriation hill sn-'- . then adjourned partment oalled the attention of a agalust the government ot Hawaii ana Mr Springer, in supporting the reso !. rr. The WAsiiisuroN Jan s number of countries to this provision, a possibility of British Interference, ndjojrncd shortly after 3 o cine Mondaiasa lution said in part: especially the countries producing there was tin immediate resort to the o immediately trark ol respect to tre memorv ol Keprcsenta-thSlur democratic president has As to coffee, no samo tactics employed A sujrr.r and coffee. Post of Illinois who died the measure In his message to speech b) Mr I'cffer (pop Kas ) In support ol liangc was made by the McKlnley after Queen Lllluokalanl was deposed. Senator Lodge, o! Massachusetts, congress. It lias been prepared nm-- r .i serilce iuiion law forlhebeneflt of soldiers nil It had leen on the free list since l study and investigation by the md sailors of the late war nnd another by Mr tsTi Mill coffectroduclng countries wanted to know at once why there diinocratio secretary of the treasury. Mltche (rep Ore In behalf of the Nicora-gua- n sere held up nnd nxked to admit our was no warship of the United States canal bill occupied most of the time of Honolulu, and Intimated that all Mr. inrllsle. a gentleman whose abilfree, or nt less rates than at lheesioa Mr Iodgo , resolution regarding sorts of horrible things might have ities nre not excelled by nny min in he withdraw! ot American ships from tn ir articles from other countries, happen because was taken up but was laid aside umtl the Fulled states, and whoso adminground that their coffee happened, or may yet ordered Admiral i the the navy department istration of tho treaisury department luisday. when It w til bo further debated Mr ame In free. .Several of the Spanish-mcrlcnIt would be a refleclias been ns able as that of nny of his llinrkhurn presented the credent uls ot Hon countries pointed out that Walker away. senator's intelligence to William Lindsay, elected a scnotor from tho tion upon the Pre leccssors. tate of Kentucky for six j ears (rom the 4th ol h.-- ' made no discrimination against good "We do not claim," said he, "thatwc March I!OT. A motion was adopted Insisting lie' produce of tho United States; that suggest that he was talking mixing Ida cry sense or ar.1 bringing about n financial millcn on the senato amendment to the Military h.-levied no duties for protection, of alarm. was sincere la as the rest of He, as well nlum. that we arc curing: all tho Ills of Academy appropriation bill, and the chair ap.nt'only for revenue, and that If they conCall nnd pointed the senators, knows that there is no our financial system, but we do claim ferees on Messrs llrlce. senate Teller ii i le lho reductions desired of them the part of the warship there because there Is no that if this bill Is pished, it will betIIotTsr. ltcpresentatlve Outhwalte. chairthe Harrison administration they need of having It there. So far as can ter all our friends and furnish tho peo- man of the house committee on military itl not collect revenuo enough to be ascertained, there hare been none has Introduced a bill to authorize the re ple of the Fnitel States, n Bound, .sufiipixrt their governments. luese imbursement of soldiers of the late war for at Honolulu in danger, ficient and ilexible currency, will meet personal efeets lost by them Mr Johnson asons did not satisfy President Har-- s of our citizens them are likely to be. and none of commerce, (O ) presetted a memorial fro-all the wants of trade nnd J Ho m us to several countries. would be, there Is a Even Kltchle of Olio asking for the impeachment ami give stability with homo confiptoclauiatlo'u taxing tho coffee Mrltlsh If there f Judrc Augustus J Kicks of Ohio and the there to protect dence throughout the world to our f Venezuela ano several other coun:ommlttce on Judiciary was Instructed to In with Internationthem, In flnxneial system." tome other South American al usage. accordanoe The ties, vestigate the charges contained therein Mr Springer concluded his remarks death or lien Post was announced by Mr. teles that mado no concessions es- It is certain that we do not want a the applause of his collcngues. Henderson (rep who referred to him as a I oil, for what reason has never been pres-en- t gallant soldier nnd a faithful and at Honolulu to protect Soteral members desired to submit braie and though possibly It may ship government In case of the vnlatncd, c Appropriate resIntelligent a revolu questions, nnd tocnable him to answer olutions prepared M the Illinois delegation sentiment In i ve been the strong tion against it, for the senate has it thimlus time wns extended several were adopted and the house adjourned oui or w Knglaud In favor of free hides. self pronounced against any Interferrcpc ct to the dei eased at 13 15 p. m. times Now here was n case where our United States Mr pcrrv, of Connecticut, advocated urdertook to say what tariff ence on the part of the would be foolo strike at Home. trail Hnil nrsililoek. In Hawaiian affairs. It bill introduce 1 by hint last week the es other countries should levy for PlTTSiirr.oii, Pa . Jnn. 8. The him- to have an nrmed vessel there w huh provides for the funding of the r i ilv revenue purposes, where there ishness England out of any supposed mill nt the Ired and nlneteeti-incil tenders nnd thn Issuance of a lop v h no discrimination agalust us at to bully Interfere on behalf of tho bearing bond Ho then moved Homestead steel works was working II We required them to dls3rl',n-.- e Intent to strike at that queen In tne event ot a revolution. that the (lending resolution bo so Monday and tho entire mass meeting in our favor, even to the sacrifice for a protest from Washington woulti amended ns to read that it is the sense place Is broken. The f needed revenuo, on pain of having A .Sunday was not held. check any such purpose of tho caucus that the bill introduced orowsed for tax put upou certain do more to half a dozen ships in the i discriminating crowd of too men gathered but thero ..' than would by him shall be pissed by the house. the r exports to the United States. harbor at Honolulu. Senator Lodge All the furnaces nt Mr Terry, of Arkansas, offered nn were no speaker he principle iinriorlylng this action, k himself in hiu has simply authorizing each state the IMgar Thomson works at have been eomo-lunamendment i fuimulatod, wo.ild zeal to apparently score a point were nlso working and the steel sufll-detreasurer to buy silver bullion like this: "We have a right to against the administration. Detroit to coin a dollar mill will resume Tuesday in all ulopt retaliatory measures against Free Press. for every Inhabitant of tho state; to ny oilier country that refuses to Tennes.ee I eglatntore. present it to the Fnited States treasEASILY SEEN THROUGH. in our favor." Nasiivim.k, Tenn., Jan. 8. The urer the latter to coin It Into silver Thus the McKlnley bill set the pace The Republican. llop.loMly Mortaftxl dollars and in turn present It to the legislature convened in biennial ses mil other countries have not been to the Sugar Trust. state treasurer. After the oath dow to fait Into It. Here Is Spain, for sion nt noon Monday. The unity with which the republican the previous of ofllce had been administered to the ixample, undertaking to retaliate up-jMr Crisp demanded senators voted in defense of tho sugar question on the revolution Introduced members of both houses and other preus becnuso we fiud It necessary to Irn.t Interests the other dav would the amendments, The liminaries had been disposed of recess- levy n rovenuo duty on sugar. The command by him and admiration as an cvideuco of previous question was ordered. The es were taken until 3 o'clock, when the iiigar duty Is necessary to the support party discipline, If it didn't imply ve was first considered. final message will be read by retiring if our government, but Spain does not Terrv amendment In the sacrifice of puouc inter Gov elect Lvans will tec I that anymore than Mr. Harrison nality It was defeated by a vote of 0 nays to (iov. Turney. ests to a dangerous and corrupt mo cor-m- i 54 icas. not bo inaugurated until tho latter leeded ii similar explanation from Every republican senator The hperry amendment was then re part of next week. countries. Thus nopoly. who voted cast tho Influence of his majority, jei'ted by nn overwhelming spam is simply Imitating the former volco with the sugar trust, and 1 hi. Mure X Irtlliis of the Hotel Fire. th. ir being but 13 votes iu Its favor .atumis policy of the Fnited States, by evory republican senator who was Alhxv. N Y., Jan. 9. Tho bodies tnxuig her own subjects by way of Ihe second proposition was to the not paired voted. Thosa of tho victims of tho Delevan limitation of debate by the committee of two against us for raising our present nndpaired were on the side of who wero on rules. The first proposition was Hotel fire were unearthed from the eviMiues In our own way Louisville the trust, so that It may be said that They 'otirler-Jotirnacarried by a vote of 81 j ens to Ml nays, ruins late Monday afternoon. the entire republican strength In the and the second proposition without were found In the debris In tho cellar, INEQUALITIES IN THE TARIFF. senate was mustered lu behalf of the and were directly under tho nttic nnterlul objection. Where the servants are supposed to Ihe Amnrlian Victimised by the Tro. odious sugar trust The democrats in the senate, on the Kent in h)' New Ilenrh. teetlve System. have been trapped. There vuis nothing is to Complaint Is made of tho low price other hand, were divided. That twenty-thFiixMtroi.T. Kv.. Jan. 8. The court found near the bodies to serve as u who voted, room was crowded with em menus ot identification. it wheat, nx of all breadstuffs. The say of the twenty-fivwere In favor of the people Inent lawyers from nil oxer the state Vmorlcan farmer U the xletltn of this ree Officially Denied. at tho meeting of the new court nt 11 liminlshed value of his product be- - and two, Ulanchaxd, of Louisiana, and LospoN. Jnn. S Tho Pall Mall GaRoach, of North Dakota, voted for the o'clock Mominv morning. After the ause it Is nsscrted that he Is not Mlanehard Is a sugar cane protected by existing tariff trust. meeting of the four judges of tho old zette's Monte Carlo story intimating resigned uws, grower, and Koach represents a concourt. Chief Justice Qulgloy signed the th.it Sir William llarcourt has record and vacated the bench. Chief and that his dissolution is imminent Tho American wheat producer com- stituency Interested In sugar beets. It Justico Pryor then took the chief jus is olllcially dented denied heio. Upon petes with the wheat grower of South may be assumed, therefore, that they that Amotion, of India, nnd of liussia. He were influenced by selfish consideratice a chnlr of the new court ami asKoii official authority it is Judges (irnce, Pnvntcr nnd (luffy to lie thete is not the slightest fniindatioti oinpetes, too, with the producers of tions. But there were a number o, in sworu in iintl join Judges Lewis nnd for either of the statements made breadstuff's wherever raised. The pro- democrats who didn't vote, and, there tho Pall Mall Gazette's report. discipline tection laws as they exist under the fore, that admirable partyrepublican liazelrigg on the bench. Wilson enactment and as they have which obtains among the . I'nster sill, for ( hlna. tariff Is proved to be absent from the demoVAriMi'T.it, M. C, Jan. a The Cana- existed during tho whole era of proJan. s. The republi In the senate. can steering committee nttempted tc dian l'.teiilo steamer I.mprets of India tection spoko the word of promise to cratic party Mut the republicans are welcome to meet Monday morning, but still not vailed for Jnpiin and China Monday the ear of the American agriculturist tho glory which they niBy be able to T1iom Among tho passengers ind broke it to the hope. present afternoon rauster n quoiuin. g gather from this faot. The lack of What Is tho specification? I t.ilked Informally of the proposed pro- were lion, John W. Foster mid his prifarm machinery originated In discipline is a fault. It 1b truo, but not gramme Though no conclusion wat vate secretary, Mr J M. Henderson, of the United States. "Unit machinery is so grave an offense as the want of in of the conference Washington. members tegrlty, and the vote shows that the sold In India, liussia ami South Amor .lid that there would be no tariff leg1 lie I eopuril Perliirnieil. lea. It is put down nt the barnyards republicans of the senate are hopelessislation, pot even the correction of iMiIx.sxPolls, Ind., Jnn. 3. Puss.the ly mortgaged to the sugar trust, and what are termed eirors lu the bill. As leopard with the Iliufenbeck combina- of foreign wheat growers, not place the restoration of that party to power their rilstanco from the to tho tight against the income it tion, created a sensation by attacking of manufacture, at n price much lower can have no other effect than the re sas understood that Senator Quay In Merman, who is Mr. llngcn-beck'- s than the American farmer Is compelled establishment of trust dominance would oiiooso that provision lu tho llelnrich perbonnl representative. It was to pay to the manufacturer, though ho the legislation of tho tho country. appropriation bill, and other republiwns a cans would iniiko speeches, but there w Ith great difficulty that his llfo s immediately I? Clio neighborhood of The honest people are iuvlted to contemplation of the effect of such a woum tie no party tight mime upon it. saved. the factory. Protection hai enabled the make for restoration. Kansas City Times. Her (Inthlnic Adre, Flooda In buutheru ludUim. agricultural Instruments to levy a toll Mosri'lXIKit, Ind., Jan. . The 8 Advices Imiianapoms, Ind. Jnn The democratic counties of Iowa upon the American farmer far greater are the prosperous ones. Pes Moines, daughter of Postmaster from southern Indlunu tell of dlsaa was iciinutriy and perhaps fa- ihan he demands from the South Dubuque, Scott ond Lee henri the trous floods resulting from the heavy Mio was burning paper American, the Indliin, or the Ilussian lists. Good, honest, progressive adhours tally burned r.ilns of the past forty-eigh- t lho farmers are suffering severely and, iu some wav, her clothing caught igrlculturlst, whose product comes in ministration like the democracy gives tioin the overflow and more serious fire, blazing over her body before help he markets of the world In direct produce good results. These counties ompetltion with the form product of have no warrants going begging for At could re.ich her. losses still aro anticipated America. on the Motion road, tho bridge discount Murllngton Gazette. A Jiimi.ter at N. the Amer across Mluo river has been washed KioJamiko, Jan. a.- - There was an And that disadvantage tofurther emIt seems entirely proper that awuyniiil tho trains are miming via explosion on a pleasure steamer off ican farmer Is to be still McKlnley and Coxey should live in the North Vernon. At Vienna, ou the Nlctheroy .Monday. The steamer phasized. Upon the plea of benefit to samo cougresslontl district Whnt we oinin lino of the Jell ersouvillo, Mudi-.o- caught tiro and scores of p.issentfers American manufiictiiiers ami luooicr. . can't understand Is how the people been author-li'dA ludinnupolls ttiilroad, "oo feet of ' leap overboard touMjxpe the drawback system hns ' Ilc who luipoi ts a manufactured r.fter electing McKlnley defeated Cox' track lias been washed iiw.tynnd traf-li- e wet 'ice . It Is royorteri that K'C . Is u'rlou!y delayed from brill iimtV ,!. uiaUriul Into thlcountry uml, chang ej. St. Louis Itepubllo. el. v... mid Mnitti. tTHE 1 CAUCUS. FIFTY-THIR- D n Aiiicinlril In Xtnk thn ( Cur. nui-ti- 1 o e n, . V e 1 JP' consul Yi-ent- thon-sand- s resolu-tionjtbr- tt - .u th , & Ho.it-mo- reso-lutU- in n door-keep- ho-i- a. conc-irt- n - u-- c.ir-fu- 11a-'- II 1 n y lr i 1 f n man-of-w- 1 h Mrad-doc- g over-reache- d n Spanlhh-Amei'iea- n l. e iH I.'Kl.lalbm-Wariusoton- abor-savln- I with-stanriln- g tn, i Mori-for- n v&44r&Tcw1v&atvr'?gsytmF,fT 'ar "vr mi IMftU.l,!AJtf,Y:jtt't u. ' a JiiWS VayseS. I -- .,.' J. ah: MgwitHMt ,j(ifwwiitfyy Jwair fw irmirVefavt.l.t-a- lrMMuw.iMJiiiiiiiintflMwawilnrtiW T. Tj ler. Advice to Younjf Demoorats. olTera thij Tho Oourier-.lournbit of nthico to tho young Democracy of tho State. THE HICKMAN COURIER. IIIOKMAN, KY., BJobi. it. .lUI.H'KV TO B.OA?;. i'iuday, This I'oinillntR JAN. 11, IS!).'.. will hold the balincn of power in tho Sennto nftor Mfirch I. Tlioro will then Uepuliliu.iiiR bo tind S l'opuliatfi. ill DuinocratH, snya ICcn-tnuk- Tin: I'ntlucnli will Nowk t v ftanmnr.l1 If, mil jtnl-l- ,i flOvt , enr HCiiiniiiiitiu just to oonvlnun tho rrpnlilicn na mm moro is nto in uiu out pn rty limit to roll m 10 001) yet. Coi.. J. II. PoweIjU of Hontl er- ....... onti liTtj , irhtln tyn.t uritiif nn Pi' h mi.., innlBin nt Ooltunlins, O., Frltl ny iill.t, was otriuKon wun ptirnijw R of the bruin nuil tho ituillciico HS .,.. - tliamlcseil. TitK nipiiilinrs of tho Pnpnllsl Htnto Ucntrul OointiiittPO wlio mrt in LnuUvillo Inst week linvo tlc r ciileil to orcunizo thn Stuto thnr-nnglilj- h.v Congressional nn o.i rly Distriol sue-res- anil to c.ill tion. State Convens No .vonnj limn enn he n in life unless hn works. He miinot loiif aromul Btrretforners, rIioiir, stores mill milnotis. lie mum. do sumo honest work, or lic foiu he Is nwHio of tho fact he wit) liooouie it cfironfo loner, tiespisetf by nil with whom ho may come. In conflict. Do nmpthiiij: no innt-te- r how mnnll, nnil ion will orent-ually flu tl yourself climbing the I u dil or. A JURY pomposeil entirely of necroes wnstv ten t u re of the police conrt Ht Smith's Orovo it fow ilnjs hco. Cliniles Uiclmrtlson. colored, whs hi rested for hreiu.li of the pence, nnd tlie imirhhnl llmling it white jnry, difficult to impanel sumnioncd uouo but necroes. They Qsod the lino nt $.'l.fiU nnd costs. It was tho first nry in Warren county to bo composed entirely of negroes. "The printing press," snid Dr. Taluini'o, "in tho snlvntion of tho world. The Kospel says 'go into tho world nnd prench.' I'lendiing by melius of type is by far tho most effectual, becnuso tho Inrg est midiunco ever collected is in (luuiflcnnt compared to the hosts confronted by the newspapers .Ann result, the world is making rapid strides to u botter moral condition. TvKNTV-FlVdelegfites, ropre peiitlug ns muiiy lodges of the Knights of rythins, met in Hut. fnlo. N. Y., Inst week and nrgunIzetl tho ''Improved Order of Knights of Pythias," electing their own oltlrcrs. This onuliont is the result of a dissatisfaction witl tho order, promulgated nt the Augnet meeting of the Grand Lodge, directing that only the English Inuguagu should bo used in tho work rituals of nubordi-nntlodges. TnE Frankfort Capital says, "Tho Democrats who nro enndidates for United States Senator fioui Kentucky, had best devote their efforts to electing n Demo emtio Legislature, nnd after that to tho manipulation of tho Demo crHilc majority in their own inter eats. It won't do any good for tho democracy, in convention assembled, to tell the Legislature what to do, unless it has made sure of having n Democratic majority in the Legislature. Gntnpll- cj.t-local fights that endanger tlie election of Democratic legis lative nominees, will bo tho groat est menace, to the Democratic State ticket next November." Politics mako strange bedfel lows, nnd also makes fools of poo pie wise enough to be great. As tho Mndi8onvillo Hustler says One difficulty In the way of tlie passage of nny bill relating to finance is the political prejudices of tlie people A measure lotto dnced by tho Democrats is con tieuiiied by tno republicans as rnliious, while one introduced by it ICepnlilicau is dammed by the Domoorats as being in the inter est of tiie few. What is piirtlo ulaily needed in our congress is a set of men who can seo tlie good wherever it might be, and who could also comdemti wrong where ever found." They nro tnnking things lively tor Hepresonlatiye Asher Cnrutli or this mate, around his usual Washington haunts, because of his having told a guileless report er for i. local paper that he had no USA for a present sent him from Philadelphia. The aforesaid present was in the shape of a book and had a title reading, "(Jhips that Pass in the Night; by Jack Pot." Inside, instead of rending matter, was a poker layout, in cluding cards nnd ivory uhips. The uolonol is accused by his friends of trying to bunco that poor reporter and through him the public, nnd the reporter is said to have been discharged for no cepting ns true the statement that a Kentucky congressman had no nse for a poker layout. It is rumored that sovernl of our citizens who recently went to Texas with the hopo of bettering their coudiditon, will shortly return. And just at this point we wish to say for tho benellt of our friends that we linvo eat oranges nnd fought mosquitoes, surrounded by tho corn fields of Louisiana, nnd shook witli chills mid tho awniiipH of Missouri. Wo liavo viewed 4ho golden grain fields nnd hold midnight meetings with bedbugs nn tlie rolling pantries of Kansas. Astride, tho back of a bunking Hronulio we linvo fared blizzards and chased long horned steers mid lack rabbits over tho plains of Texas. Wo linvo dug with a nick tind shovel mid wrote with a pen, we linvo seen good limes and bad limes, but for real downright enjoyment nnd everything that makes life, worth living, glvo ns old Knin lucky and espec-iulltho "ponnyrilo district." )riYt wood, in Hetiton Ttibuue. E llio Pndueah correspondent of tho Louislllo Times, in speaking of tlie guhernntoiial race, pays the following compliment to Hon. It. T. Tiler, of this eltj: One gontleninn with whom I talked lecently snld ho belioved the Purchase could furnish a can dldnto who would till the bill to n mcelj, ami utiggested Hon; It. T. Tiler, of Hickman who is already an imuouut'od c.iiididnto for lieutenant governor. "Dick Tyler," said he, "if he should go into tlie light, would havothe enthusiastic and uudiihlcd support of the homo district. Ho is a ready nnd ileorons sneaker, and iliotiiili only lately taken to the field of politics, Iims developed marvelous powers of organization, lie ueod not nsk nnv odds of Hillv llrndlex ornn other Itepnbllcau In debate. His oho short term In tho state soiinfit is his only record, except one of success in business and thorough devotion to his friends. As tho matter now stands, ho lias a cincii mi the nomination for lieut enant governor, nnd I belinvo if he should seek higher honors' he would bo a rormldaulo cnnttittale uiriinst tlie tuesetit field. Besides. the Purchase never had tlie governorship; nnd only recently have a few ot tlio minor olilces fallen to her share." Air. Tvler tins ninilo n cenernl tour nf III n stale In thn IntnrcNt nf his candidacy for lieutenant gov ernor mm lias luiiiie 11111113' friends. He lia-- t .. .idea., Nn fur in f know. no of bcuotniui candid. ite lor gov ernor, but this only seems to show the diil't of talk. r 11 $10!M)00.H for County. I'ullon, ( What Slave llic KoimiMIruns Ione? - Messenger The Owensboro propounds the following questions to tho voters of Kentucky, es pecially to those. Republicans who nro clamoring for n clmngo in the affairs of our State government: 'Wben did tbe ltviiitlirn prljr In Hit Stale rcr (illrtii iliolf criuuljr to Jtitr .iilal 7 nhn rerpropos? Iiohii ri-f- ti ecliciiie of reform Jit it Who amoDg tlie Kinbli-ca- n office liolJers la Kentucky ln rn-iler(listiogiiljhrj. tertirc? Tbe llcimb membeta of C'ingrfis above Ibe level of pennloo cUim Xol one of iheee bis nrqulrcil it ngenti national reputation. Tbe Hepublieaa cirto r ru it t i n fc liwle3De tlielr JislrlcU, wiliieH cllm fraud-- , etc. The bight! ftiiibilinii of the party in Kon years to have for twentj-fit- e tn kj been to gel the federal uifiiea, ami ia ib-la- g tbemat-lfe.a lme ncvsr cuit jii'fjtei hj tiave mostl; e iliMihguislifti tlm In rucrabrra late equabbled aaJ ipiarreletl oter Ibo p .j ho dIsKracelullj as to ilrlre ranny respectable men out of Tlie inJevndenl voter-i- n their cvincil Kemucky m.iy not exnctly fmcy the recurd of the IVmormtlc parly, but nbal pronii.-- , In good faith, I held uut to tbeoi 'y the Republican raty?" Bucldin'E Arnica Salvo. The Pest Salve in the world for Culu, Bruise Sores, Uleer, SIl Ithenm, Feer Korea, Tetter, Clmppt-Hands, ChilbUine, Corna, and alt Skin Kruptione, and positively enrej Piles, or no pay required It la Euuritiileed to pile ptrleol aatlffic-tfoor money refuni'eil. Price 'J! per C. A ItuLco.Moe. box. For sale br e - n .10 ii.irri:iti hhiki: w.t.Ti;u. d Tho Lexington Observer thinks tho only chance for tho Democrat ic party in '00 isfn forlon hope and asserts that tho "party is now looking for n brilliant leader who with dashing steed nnd glittering sabre in liiind will cry 'make way for tho people.' ;' It is hardly so bad ns that. There Is time, enough though not too much time, for the party to pull itself together nnd win In '90 no particular thanks to the leaders now in charge of its affairs. Tlio right man will be found, if not in '0(5, why then 1900. A good long time to wait, may bo, but that party which is founded on the cardinal principles of tho constitution can neither dissolvo nor be dissolved until tho dissolution of tho constitution itself. Meanwhile sonio practical senso is instead of Knights 011 steeds with glittering sabre. There nro enough brass ornnments mid to spare as it is and tho people in their own good timo will make way for themselves. When Hint time comes it will bring its lender with it and ho il! havo no sabre in bis hand nor bootod and spurred bo monnted on a fiery steed. He will have the Uhicngo platform In his hand nnd the guarantee of tlio people that will fulfill, not break, its promises. Ooviiigtou Common wealth. nos-trille- wanted d AIIOIIT MIDI I' . Croun is a lerrnr to vaunt mollmri. To them concerning tlio ant aytuptoros, un iMimneni n me onjeci ot mia una Tlie first Indicmiun of croup Is hoarsenet. la a CMIil wlia la Kiitijrct lo croup It may be taken ns a aura sign of tbe approach of an aii.icn. rouowlDj; tin imrsnfss it a peculiar rough coupli. If Chuinbcrlaiu's Uoii"b Uriuedy is given ns soon ns the child frnmp ho ran or ern nfter iIia rnnsh cough has appeared it will prevent the attark It baa never been known to fail 23 and f0 cent hollies for sale by T. T pol SWA Kb, UlteoctaT. a United States nro on tho verge of great tariff war with nil Europe. France now nppoars to bo follow, ing in the lend of Germany In placing restrictions nnd obstacles In the way of the Impnitutfon of Ameiicau food products. Monrno Honvssnti. thn vonnrri man who killed Howard I'erdtio, tlio correspondent of the Kansas City Sunday Sun, in I'adiicah, la&t week, hail his examining trial Sat- Signs multiply to show that the v urday last, and wan admitted to bail in the sum of ?:ty)00. Tho decision of the court was received with vociferous npplauso by tho crowd present, and tho bond was quickly made, his bondsmen being Hinong tho best citizens nf Padu cab. It is safo to predict that BouyNHou will never hang, or eveif 800 tlio insido of n penitentiary, for having killed Iho correspond' cut of so dirty and contemptible a sheet. Thoro nro Ihoso who say that "What the Democrnlic pnrty In Kentucky need is less of mero inone.N is scarce, and Hint good, sentimental, tiersoual favoritism solvent citizens need money nild that it is not to be had 5n.li ...... and moro of snutid, horse senso as to issues 01 puuno should consult tho ndverttsing liolley. columns of tho CoUKtRK, Money "Tliero Is too much factionalism appearing nbovo the surface, to Load," It appears to bo n l'or too long a time n set nf public, real fact that capitalists nro not men have ruled tho olllcial roost. only willing tn loan but nro mix Kor too long n time the younger i 011 sly aookiug tho opportunity men of tho parti liavo lingered In 00 nnywhoro form sTiO.OOH W II. Wicker, dlittnu prisoners, u 65 lining lire., for gasoline, the rear. If tho party could got a to pluco tin m.itloa checks were ordered issued now cut nnd deal, all around, it to ? 100,000 or more, in sums to would be good thing. Wo want suit, on f anil 10 years timo If de- ns f Hows Lluil.r Oily Attorney, for oini-ia fresh crop of brains. sired, at legal Interest 011 Pulton nas on linos oollecird for l)Minhrr, s It l "To tho r t'iiy Mriai'a report, ?'.! 13 rent A I.awnon, for three duya' services absolutely nothing, individ- or Hickman county N'ow, If yon hoc! M p il eeniao during Christmas, li 00 ual ly, who got tho nominations, or II M Meiheuv, II. C, Holmes A ( who compose the committees, so money or want money, cotno n P,.inisg? and V. ,, McCulcheu for III IN) (It men, having the thoy ho HIckmnii and get it, or shut up for services as UoarJ of i:pi.illt.t of the neonle. and able to and hold your peneo na to "hard each and Clerk of same, fur three daya ii, n, bilng out the largest Democratic flie Hoard of Kqualliatlon pre'rutet vote. Hut it does mutter n croat times" nuil tho iiisufllcieucy ef their rspori, togrthrr vvnli revi-ehook, which on motion was reileal to us what position tho party uiotiey, &c, Ac. cited and Hoar takes on questions nttecting lite On motion, the Aesors book for lS'JS Curo for Hoadacfco, wolfato of tho people. At the wn placed In the han Is of the City t'letk very best wo nro nt n disadvanrnb instrueiiiins thai he oopy same Into As n remedy for all forms of tho tax book for 1S9S. tage, because tho times arc haul; they are hard tn Kentucky: they heinlacho Klectriu Hitters hni Tbe City Marshal presenlelhli for 16'JI, aoaouoilng to SSI 'J3, are hard throughout tho Union; proven to bo tno vory best. I and or on they aro hnid all over tho world. effects a permanent curo nnd the hlch, baok motion, was received, Marshal into the haudanf the Vrtd Democrats must not cIobo their most dreaded Imultual Molt kfiai. tor further efforts to collect same. They must nobes yield toils influence. e.vus to tlio situation. Tbe City Marslul presented his report get together, If they can on ration- nrcc all who urc atlllctcd to .to of lairs collected Ut Ibe year ISO I, as al, enlightened lines; but, ns the euro a bottln mid give this rem- follows: Courier-Journa- l $3,039 63 To toial taxes for ISSf, has no distinct edy a fair trial. In cases jf li bll'j roniody to sot up as Its efforts in bitunl constipation tilectro let- Lis delinquent list, certain directions nae been de- ters cures by giving tho needed 12,1)3 1.58 feated in the house of its friends tone to the bowels, and fev cases Dy 6 per cent, corn's on long resist tlio use of this ns Its motives nro so incessant IJ,"'d6i t 17.70 s receipt '2,01 t'.'l Try it once. Large botf'es Ily ly misuoiiceivetl when it seeks 3(1 fo A A rails, honestly to divert Its party nsso only Fifty cents at C. A. lti'I. lly ara't paid for repairing lj amount works roof, from threatened danger it comhk's Driir Store. clntes H3.1U water will decline nil leadership and all ily amount paid on City 71 .V) '2 9M 6 It will try to responsibility. 1111 Coupons, .Southern Iiiinilrftloii. events fully and fairly; but it The Citv Marshal reported that he had is sick nnil tired of leading forlorn Not only in Memphis, bit in paid lb abova amounts at tbe request of hopes and getting nothing bnt many other cities of the Scutli, the Council, which on motion were allowed him as a credit on bis annual seltU kicks nnd cuffs for its pains. So , Commercial-Appealnro ment in n senso, it is out of politics, says tho Tho City Marshal also presented his though by no means out of sym- seen small parties of prospectors report of Does collected for month of De pathy with tho mass and body of who havo been delichtod tousit cember, showing amount oollectrd Kl 12, s Democrats. Dlxlo land and to make repot of for winch amount lie Sled Treasurer ''If there bo any patriotism in their observations. Thoy novo reeelnt. City Treasurer presented Mi re The tlio young men of tlio party nnv, port for month of December, ebowlog if there bo any ambition the nbout very quietly and nccorhug balance to credit of Oeneral Fund I9o0 ,1t; City Hall account, moment has arrived for them to to their own will. Tho resut is V. I MeCutchen, City Clerk, ohnw it and mighty good clinnco Hint tho Southern country ii unhis annual report of City Hall receipts it is. Let them come to the front; der inspection as it never wni f r lt"J4, snowing total receipts for the but, in doing so, they must do as They go about withoutnny year, fill 10 their elders have done, mako all lacj heralding, and, ns n rnio, leep uyoperceni commissions, 17 63 271 15 lly Treasurer's rweipis, needful sacrifices to truth, tnkiug also presrnted his their convictions in one hand, and their opinions to themselves. That TheofOily Clerk and disbursements refor receipts t port their political life in tho other, they are gonerally pleasod two quarters ending Dec. 31st, 1S!I, the hewing to tho line and leaving the from the irnits of thor in- sboninf chips to full where they will. In 13.12 irsasury July 1. ISOt, a Anlln vestigations, for e learn of received from City Marshal tho very course of nature tho time J..'27.3U 00 taiea, being established here mid must shortly come when they must need take tho helm. It is full there, nnd of large purchases of " received from City Marslul 226.00 on lines, time they dropped their selfish, farming lands. Thus do wo " rce'd from Hickman Hank private concerns anil give some 330.311 for taxes, that Southern life is noiiir-in" tee'd on privilege license, 1,037 00 attention to their party, if thoy n uow nnil very vigorous havo a party. Greater opportti $.U6 which will contribute grnt-l- Total receipls, nlties never existed before in the Ily caecks raid by Trenarer, 2 2.K C history of the state for ro.il leadto tlio enhancement nf our noership nnd truo fame." $ M6.V, torial welfare. Those Imuilgraits Hal lo treasury Jan 1, ISA On motion, all of Ibe foregoing reports ure, it Is nlso gratifying to nCte, Sled ordered reeir 'nl 1111: itr.isos. scattering themselves lhrougbnnt were received Iho City Treasurer anddlreot-Is On motion, States. They ap- el to Ml ail ile and hold as a reserve fund lieiiturky Wnulil.h llnxhniula Jlmt tho Southern no pnrtlcnlnr locdi-ty- , pear to favor I'jOOOO, which amount he It Instructed to Now Uhe llnmla. each choosing a sito where 1" remit in due time to the st Lout Trust Co. The large nniuber of Kentucky indhidunl advantage may seem to and lo pay Ibe March luteresl on Hater Klectrlo Light boads. swains nnd swninessos who have be best subserved. There will bt Councilman Cowrill, commlt'ec to eor- no disappointment, eo f.ir ns tin been coming to Cairo recently for laud, (he climate, political nnd so rcapood with tiinl. Itoessler, of the MlsiUtter Coram I'slon, tho purposo of getting married, is clnl conditions are conrerned tsaippi )i..l time lo lin. rockwilh reference Jphtre.l fnr ia lha probably n source of surprise to Uiicll porsotl will find Hint tlfltcr work on Water street that he many. The reason for ft is very id nlwayn gCllinl, lllld tllllt ho Dill' bd ptrfovneif that duty, anil that Capl "i,h ,,lm ."I1 :W"a5 plain, to those who are ncnnalnted pursue his vocation with no ob Ro""1"' r"'1 witli the character of rectnil Ken- Mndes Bvo ,ho.. of 1,1. owr tucky legislation. ninking. And ns thoso who oorct WOrk a ihis place A law which lately went into fdlllll prosper nild bo blessed, nrlj The fit; Treasurer reported thai he had effect in that Stnte provides that through tll8 ghillg of boiltises tr made leial demand on the Farmers and the prospective husband must liny concessions of that sort, bnt x'erclianls' National Hsok for iha tares ,n'1 "" " give a bond in the penal sum of throogh his individual effort nn ,,,e lb c,f"same was On mo1,000, that he will support his dor itlwnyH fiivorublo contlitions ..svment ctlT AtlorneT refud ', n ,,, u instructed to wife after he gets her. In case thorn will be many to tako the fr,,feed at once to uko the legal siej-- i he fails to perform his part of tlio Southward road. rcc the collection of said For between nrtessary l enf contract, she can sue his surities tho Ohio river and tho Golf lien ""' "d be is intruded to employ II T SIlQkieilt r'''.r ltur,.ey to as.,l blm In the pros- for the full amount of his bond. thO rPil! HI Dorado-tl- lO e iiil.io as may be This will also explain the reason properly directed. tt,tMrfof suca prorerdinfts Mld ,aies. no Astorbilts or Gouldnfel-ler- Hero the buii does not wither nor (.a mnilcn. tho Mayor appointed Cooo why from our neighboring State does tho frost blight. Famine Ulitl In anCowglll, Zanders and .Suillh a coni hai cn u are over caught in tiie act of get- drouth nro unknown. - .. The farmer ...i. "" "e f.. ting married in Cairo. You can iimv ra no cotton if tlio mar :e "" ' ..i.kII .1... tit.. '" .li. " - i,n" "'" '" his .:...... resigna Mr Millet tendered likewise gamble that tho man who demands cotton: potatoes if tin- I'on as Cidef of the lire I'rpariinenl. performs tho ceremony gets no tatoes are wanted; IruiJ or tie witch oo motion was accepted, and the moro than the 2 limit mid Hint orchard nnd garden if thoy are ily Clerk is direetei to nutifv the tire tho happy pnir will tnko no more profitable; corn and hogs f c.mpanyof the fact, anl recjnest them lo a chief and forward "bridnl tower" to Hurope, nor the consuming world requlrin rlrctname for confirmation. to the Council spend their summers ut the ecu them. Ho may diversify nccord il tin motion, Council adjourned. shoro Cairo Bulletin. ing to tho price current, for natnre, Attest W. f. MiCiTt'dKy. C C. is compliant. But if the immigrni ntur. .r.WM'i'Kii would inanufacturo ralbor I lion Few Things Wo Would farm, ho has tho best opportunity The intimation on the part of tlio earth nffords, for the raw inn Like to Know. Potsmasler-GeneraIlisHell that it terial is at hand iron and coh l will soon bo practicable to carry mid clay ami wood and slono. TinWho was it that went on tho ox- newspapers and periodicals in tlio timo hns passed wiien men ma ciirsinn to Columbus last Sunday I iiiiiiIh from lie oilice of publica- IIIHIlUlU UlU MIUMIIUIIIV UI lilt' Who was the captain in charge tion to subscribers free of post-ag- South iii tlieso respects. AH will bo received with pop. claims havo been provon and rati of the boat I ulnr ncclalm. Tho improve- tied by common experience For Who was the pilot I ments in printing and paper mak- every failure there will be a linn Who wns the engineer i ing of recent jenrs havo wonder- tired successes. Tho now corner fully cheapened the cost of news- may bring ills politics and religion Who wns it that got Beared when papers and books. But tlie taste with him, ami be will not be ques the storm struck the boat I for reading grows by what it feeds tioned or rebuked on iheso no Who was It that prayed so on, and the more tho peoplo have counts. Tho presence of so mid promised to load n difmoro they wnnt. Frco poBt- many prospecting NortliwestoftrH tho ferent llfot ago, by still further cheapening ers in the South is moat Who was it thought the boat tho cost of distribution, would! agreeable to all Southern men -L'ivo a spur to tho spread of in- not becauso thoy are coming to buy had sprung a leak when bo heard telligence, which would manifest but because they ami their filends the water running t Who wns it Baitl, "Boys, we'ro itself in a larger ami cleverer un- aro coming to stay. The South is derstanding of (lie responsibilities vast, antl fertile ns it is ant. all lost I" and duties of citizenship. Every There is room for millions. There Who was it said, "Brother Btop year tlio newspaper Is becoming a aro u thousand prosperous ci itn that sweating, or we'll nil drown!" moro nnd moro important factor jot to bo built, and many more Who was It nnswered, "If I live in tlio life of tho nation, In mak- railroads to be'cotiMnieted. I is swear anashore ing tlio pathway clear before it not possible that the prico of ttid to get oath!'' I'll tiovor other the government would undoubted shall ever bo as low as it is to il.iy. Who was it grabbed n plank and ly be consulting tlie general wel- Investment in such property fare. Henderson Gleaner. pay In the very order of shouted, "Pull for the shore!" must Who wns it used his walking-cannature. If the Northwestern for nn oar!" Gp::imsn Cacos. fanners could havo produced enough to pitnido a living for Who was it said, "Tlinro won't S. II. Clifford, New CaBsel, Wis. themselves and families, to say bo one of ns loft lo tell tho tale!" was troubled with Neuralgia and nothing of marketing a surplus, Who was it got Ids coat caught Hlieumatisin, his Stomach was dis- they would be content. But be in tho engine nnd stopped tho enordered, his Liver was affected to cause of drouth and frost nnd 1" an alarming degroo, appetito fell storm they liavo had to face ac- tire business Who wns it said, "Boys, these away, and he wns terribly redncod tual famine. In tlio South they all wrong, in Uesh and strength. Thrco bot- may depend upon it that no suoh Sunday excursions are tles of Elcctrio bitters cured him. conditions will ever occur. It Is wisli I'd staid at homo!" Who wiih it, ufter tlio boat had Edwnrd Shepherd, Harrisbtirg, novor iv question of sturwmon III , had a running soro on his log bore, never a qnestion of ramme been landed 3 miles nbovo town, of eight years' standing. Used too little. It is only a question of got ont nnd walked homo 1 thrco bottles of Electric Bitters raising too much nf oun pnrtit ulnr Who wns it said ho know thnt and soven boxes of Bnckleu's thing. With one's land paid for, something terrible was nbout to Arnica Salve, and his leg is sound there Is absolute afisuraneo of n happen, for he dreamed of muddy and well. John Speaker, Catawba, livelihood. Nature grants t imt witter tlio night befoio! O., had fivo largo Fever HorcH on much, which is moro than nhc Who was it Raid, after the dan. his leg, doctors said ho was In- grunts anywhere else. It is cany ger was all over, "dug gone if I Bitcurable. Ono bottlo Electric tn keep out of debt, for taxes aro ters nnd one box Bucklon's Arnica low, nnd no whore nro tliero loss was senrod t" Salvo cured hint entirely. Sold demnnds upon tlie purse for Who wants to go on tho next at (J. A Holcombo'a I)ru store. clothing or coiufoi table bheltcr, trip? hard-heade- ' ' When ii nuil) tells ami that the big elfy weekly Is worth moio than your homo paper, nsk liltii Hickman, Kv , Jan. 7, 1S95. Ounelt met In rceuinr sealnn. l'rea- - how much tlio big city weekly bus Mayor I'iHon, Oounclltnen Helm, over (lotto for your locnlltj: If it nt HilUur, Sanders, Smith nnd Iiiih ever spoken u good word for 0 rp : 2.3i-.ic:it; If It has ever mentioned what iho uiluutes of Dm last regular tneclliiK ho mid 3oii were doing to improve ,,rc real, approsid ami signed. the condition of tlio eommuullj; Q Tbu follmlng accounts wete presented, rmprrly approved, which, on motion, were if it bus over noticed him or his in iliiweil BU,i c,ckg ordered issued for Ibe frlontis when sick or dying short, if nil his dealings with tho minis. HARDWARE, QUEENSWARE, $H Si metropolitan weekly have not been 'ireot par roil, regular work, 1M 30 irrM T r0"i ork by entirely onesided, of which his CLINTON 8TKKKT, 7 OH , II ttro'arit, lur tools, etc , dollar only was recognized by Iho 10 tl I. inns, hUckvnllh work, t 04 other party, while ho mill till IiIh It llroKii. fur lumber, wore comIndividual Interest ihoamitn Wagon Co., lor supplies (Ire en in pa y, n ro pletely Ignored." Hx. Council Procoeilinia. ,'nrrytry.ri,rHwiwaTrtwt'n'vt"n Awyriwiirti'uwu'ifi'iwwMiim n wrriMi w VL 1, aa"w, "K3r b Sta.pl O-OOT- Sjnd Fancy SADDLERY, feecer-ies- , HARNESS, ETC. , -- rs HICKMAN, KY. Mi '. 1 I I ODElIjlVEIEr) I?,E33 I 11 KU'UUrOK lllKCO.VDirtUN or MS- - Ilighest Markot Trico will bo Paid for Hoof Cntllo. " 11 v IV n fjourior-.Jonrtin- mat-tor- ostat-mortgage- s. , , 1 FAKMKKS AND MHItOII ANTS' NATIONAL HANK, Al HICKMAN, In the STATU of KKN1UCKY, nl the dole of liusiiiti), IKC. 10th IS'JI. - HICKMAN WAGON CO., n (Ki.r.iiB.irr.u a cm a tr M'r r.iiH tiik con-(blcnc- o d 9 I IIHSOI'IIOUS. 132,318 DO Uana and dlariunls, 2 21 Urcrd'fts, secured an I tinvcured U H Hoods to secure circulation I2.SUU.00 Ilaoklng house, furulluro aud Other real ealato and 20,000 00 ownei Due from National Hanks, (not 621.0.1 Itrserve Agents, ) H3 Due from approved reiervn ag'H 74.16 Checks aii'l olher cash items 445.00 Notss l other National llanke, Fractional paper curreucy, nick17.11 els and cent, 2S7I.20 Speete. 800.0) 3,(17120 Legal tender noles, ltedeiiiplion fuud with V. 8. Treasurer (5 per ct.of circulation) 6C2 50 niorl-ages In t urea, 3,019 15 delln-iicntU- )t -- ,vTl HIOKMAH WAGON, 3CrGTSrTTTClv-Y-. fj --- Tolat, 1.1 A $32.020. III 1 a iiumI-icin- 1 Trea-ur- 1 t.l I IKS. 0.000 00 Krei-s Cipilsl slocl pall ro-po- 2,ll2t3 Siiriilus fund, Undivided profits, lets exrv'1"' 51 an I tales paid, National Hank noles outstanding 11,2 WW Nil. 47 llue from other National llmks IndlviJiial deposits subjtct to ch'k 1C.C52 52 1,7-1- In, OLD HARDWARE, HEIilABIsEl" of aSplni.lll Mork of l or all k'fJa er; Itsl IrsVlS p TINWARE, STOVES, &.:, Total, 82.C20.13 which are offered al ONK THICK, and thai lb very lowest the market All Suit 1, Fultan, nf of the above named Kink, da solemnly swear lint lh atoe statement Is (rue to the best ot my knowledge and bo II r I nf CVunfy II. 1. Krlac'j, Alriander, Ca.hlrr jusiltrs. s K 11 e. Subscribed and sworn to ltfiirt ins this JOlhday of Deo. IS'JI. A. W M N USA Y, N. 1" llesi, Correct C L. ftii,tr, ) J.J C HoaM'MVNT )MUrectors J. N lltAPHs. Ju. L Al.i:.ANti:it,Ca.bl,r JRoofiiie: cni. niLizrtt, irr.t. roiJs (tcaranletil lo l' rfprfssnteJ Eh fiJjpooieStlv 1. J Join n. oniiLLv rt'i. n .. wauioX isevi-den- Attorn oy - at - L? xv, Ulhce over Hiekuian ItanL. B. T. DAVIS, KY. to all ICHMA1T your bniliirii. Him AKTEp HICKMAN, KENTTJCKIT. eclo-ide- HICKMAN, Will M trusted a'lend promptly lo his care busnrM n melill to Paul Up Cnpital $40,000.00. SollcltH We ofTtT Hip mont I.lliprnl Arroinniotlnllorn to our CiiHtoincrr) I'oinslcteiit with llntulillnlird Ilniikinc Principled. jer-ceiv- e g t, C. L. Hickman, HANDLE Kentucky cart . ATTORNEV-AT-U- y T"f" A VINO resumed Ibe prarlice of law XJL will ive his prompt and undivided i 0. Il.VI.TZ Kit, K.T.TVr.EK, V. A M. II. SII.WV, .1. V. It. II. IlKKVAlt atteniiou to business entrusted lo his A. A. I'AIMS. SIirC'K. COWGIU.. 1 DR. S. K. DAVIDSOjN IIIOKMAN, mmm national bam, Dentist, uum a.d Ia , JIL 9". KKNTUCKY. & Cowgill' MW. 1. ei? vatm. m a jib -' Oilice over Cowgill TZo'!ZZ '"'"" R Office s 0-- Attocucy-at-Lcn- CAP 1TAL STOCK $50,000. T. TYLER, EIREOTORS. J TIIOVmM, .DUOHANN, J)rug Store. v J. V AI.KXVNDEIt, JJI! rumtUtlANT. Jndje K I.. AI.EX M'KK. ,N. A C. L IISMM.i:, ,7 Hickman Hank. Mill i;ive attention lo business Intrust. eJ tn tn In any of the Mate Courts. II. IlUrilANAN, PresMenl ANDKK, - '!! "asbir, J oirirxcin DtlNtHfH ; J J C N HS A DI.W, Jr , as. Is Ism Cashier is NT. J lll'.AULKH, Jr. nl ; It. I.. AI.RX A. W. LINDSAY, ,..,, Attorn HICKMAN, y-- a Office with R 8. Murrrll t-- I a. w, S. OI-IA- THE OLD RELIABLE. KY. MS s . J- - ."'"'.:"" - rrnnt A. HOLCOMBE, Dealer In PAINTS AND DYE-STUFF- i CENTRAL ILLINOIS RAILROAD, In conntitlnn with the Boulbrrn Co., is now PULLM DBUGS, BEDICIHSS. PsHIU running a ;;isuiiiTsii!ii IIICriMAN, KV. PRESCRIPTIONS CARFFULLY COMPOUNDED, i ' j To connect direct at Avondale isnhurb of New Orleans) with Ibe Southern Pacific r new, fast, solid vestibule tram, the 'Sun set limited " far Houston, Han nlonln ao l ranclloo Kl la", I .ns Anpeks anil This car for I jIALIFORNIA 0 SDW OU LIMNS for 50 $5,000 YOU WANT Cents! DO iii:i:k is now ha y ue doski TIIK WKERLY COMMERCIAL. API'CAU Id order tosrcnro U Urirtxrt drcnlatlon of nnv weekly In the Mutith, offera a prleo of Iho mi;Dlf!aeut anm of , to tbe (ubaeritxr Ktiaa.lan ties rest tbtt XX nnmber of bales of cotton received in Memphis from Bpttntwr I, 1H94, tfl May 19, loM, sj folio wst If the oorraxit or heare.t to tha correct fftms Is r Mired in tne monta or OctobeT, . It pets In cash $.1,000. It Rata in cash i,00-If In Kmmbr, If In December, It got In oMh 8.000. If In Jntiry. 1N. ft etst In cash 3.000. If In Fermi Mr. IRM. It ireta in cash I.flOO, 1M1. It (rota In rash 1.0O0. If In March, (500. 1891, it gets Id onh If in April. ThanootMt closes In iApril, bnt tha Int la. raM nrvt rotve.t - will ) swjMl fv prtts. L n ... hi nearestU.Mkl. I nn iiivr jvvajn w pr .a.i.l. . .a II. 'ji a u. . hi v.My.. uiu lOUUwai uiiia nMtnxi YOV STAND AN EQUAL CUASCF. A it WITH ANY OSK TO OCT" IT, AND IT? 8D OOO Is run on IMInols Central Train No. 1 and leave stations, Cairo to Duranl, KVKIIY WEDNESDAY, and stations from Oood man south EVKKY TIIUI8HA Y, throunl. Ifeservations lo tlie 1'aollio coast. In ad union iliersi ia run a Oasll Weekly Pullman f - to-tln- y roijffi wmiw Hn-ra- V- - THROUGH WITHOUT PIIANOK, lo Us Angel's, via Avondale, hy the same route leaving stations, Cairo to anil train, KVKHY THLKMMY. and stations from Ooodman south KVKHY FRIDAY Tieket A (. Ma in4i t7PMir.uh.(ri.r.im lV4, ii A, Ih .. -..........1 . , 111 b. mm m,tV) ;t.Mi .. 1H Ml 4IU.H1 tJr. Tickets and full information as lo Mi's and Iraln lime can he had nf arents nf Ibe Central Route and connecting lines, or hy Hildrewdnir K. II. HOWES, fcleiulHi. t7.170.toR..... have tailv fo o1 M rr,s ror rrljr to iret a riesa for tVs Oreat Cash I"rlta. ywr's snUeilptma to ll WKRKl.Y COalMEhCUt APfRAL On. iM'lar will nt iwa for two and tnr tho pap.r to (usasaultb.mbscrltwraran Vrs, ajvaotanUA.4this gra--.t nrtsr fl?e stitiscrltitia wlt.1 llvs take of anil have a rusM aoj u,l boms rlj tn pap-i- lw, ftuw rntnyf Tho.. tlm.i..tsndJoje;sar aa dsr wtsDlnc to have tl paper seat lo a IrUnit ran do tbafosas crmllUil la tha are if toonrraot (n..ai rrnlrwl. or If two ibaerllr. who sr nearest hsvs l ira.as, the flrvt tb. prlaa. fn nb:rfliln Jslay on.rw-alva- ami har Ass'tOen. l'a.a Agent' New Orleans. o What Nerve Berries have done for others .avr"A. they will do 4XM"HH .ud frtun..;! thss, rb. VttnUr Commercial Appejl la a pspyr full of ha uow. from all rartaof Uia To led Ptatea utA arefv portion of thSKlnlsi, wltn a Virm Dpartm.nt. a Ioah.3U ami a Children s PsDertDiaut.a Vstertnarr t'onmn. to allot whLili..r - rA.l.r... inritl . . .i-- i. .n. ..i..K. ivr.'.k...i ..". .. i:t i. "" ni.iii, 1a.1r.u1rn, tn Vr i"- Me iiiiii"wi. ....iuii. u'l'l' 10 iu. pooto aau Die cheanast In tl). world io . J.r, ini .T.IF pna WI.O 01S 00 w. thl. Orval ramlly Waaklv one rear and bava a chane to 0nU will nea-lI fan.1 pUol the voanl tnyIt. Weekly Oramerrlal Atpnali yoar wlfa n.is Hi(ha W irn. chlldrm .Mill onr and jmiratwja ueJlt. aud. U.M.s. joonavget four Ur- - if.t. Don't la tho sa-n- "ira Stofl 1BTBAY. 1 iT'j WS T TV lfYTll for you. V1COR MET " ' MEN 033N&&H HA V . . NJfVi QuicUy t No inoaa will be unless aeooDipanlsd by K foe tba and both tba itism and tha mon.v mnet U sent al oa ttma. Prse Sarapja (5opr ml on Liberal Urras to agaota. Writ for partloalara and free auopl.s. Addrt COMMERCIAL AVPBATj. Mtmphta, Ttntu arpU-atlon. "" V' WIN THE $5,000 PRIZE. oonntel renta nifr, "r.--- . uppef and rormanontfy ttostorod, g" A pot) tlr cure fur all Ur.krn-si- , NrvounstM9. Ipilliy, Hiitlrrcr their Iriln nf ptIIi runt tin rll early 1 from hnl Ultr of ttvrrtf ork, Dlrknrttv (nd kIvm iiis7vim1 Nlrrnstli lo th n&fe2&i Hickman uay. tho Marble Works, A. F. OLIVER, Blacksmith and Undertaker IIIOKMAN, KKNTUCKY. TRIAL IIICIOIAX, HX. & wfilih lr ml tn rinnunpi(uii ftii'l liuitnllj Acfrj t TliHruiMflfiuMimnriliMHriitmivrnittiil ni lrjlt.tlm Iiim. iitnri iitin the renuliin imckM. tinnaliirnl lnMr ir r r(utuiia ct4Ut-- Uj jiiiifliliil rrrrsiIlifrtur ITALIAN unfl of tnS.tfci. fiitltim uw Mh) Hnim frrytc. l)e rnult trximl ulictifly B. C. UAMAGE. AMERICAN MARBLE, Monument:, Torn!: and Qravo Stones. GIVK wlieu ynn want done, or rt'pulrs on Wngons, (ttc. H(irsiilionlng a specially, a full Una of I um krc MK A a ix Ikum 01m full irrttuint.f fh) iAiinrmntmliiirurvnitf t your (1rtujl t un mil mnl thiu If nut ktrjit b ni ail, upon reel(l ot prlrg. In puin wrft-t- .r pfl tnutl ordri to rnmp"1t tn" Ailrtr) Nerve Berries, prr I'rlrn. fl For Is'tx ai;:hican ?ir.iirtb'icit.sTfuiiati.o. nle by COWOILL A COWCSinU Com mini, ItoseiMJiid, and Hoi Id II ark Witl In stock fitaea, wlilr), HAVING Italian a'nnelotof am pre. nut CnlUna nnil imtiit-- , and atcan be fltlml Marble, I re"ronabl lip nn short pared to flfl all orders Call and ejamlnn prleei (llvp me a call my work. Orders from tha country will XWSImp ner tbe Jail. bo promptly tilled. s- Undortakor'c Ooods, - H 'P til" .' 1 N1, - , -- Ai- j.U.,sl.. ik j: u'''t pjJBP5fi W ;.."n.v.t.lAjjUvrtt.rl?r t&tautw i POJj.-yy- 'g rJtrvr? vmrn yy riersuw rv vmAfvtiUaJjw tViftrti Oil, r. rOl 111 O ?'eS I fciQTSS 0J' ii r Dr. Poisonal. .1. M. rra;SSaSStSS3SSslSSSSS!SSSSSSS wna IjW a aiCi f" ?ij Ali'xiiiulcr ovpr The most completo Slock of Heating and Cooking Stoves ' ever brought to Hickman, at The -- W. S. ELLISON'S, 0ts3bL ISl Dealer. Gaeds- from Kulton rfundivv, 1 Mr. Mut. Wrlfjlit, of KubIivIIIc, ji" H wim In the oily Tuentluy. a Mr. ClitiR. Mobs, of I'liltoin Hpent Bumliiy In thu city. Minn vlsltod Kiln Ilngnn friomlH in Culro thiu week. Mr. Lnult llrovnrd spunt ncv-oriln.ya in Union City last week. Mm. Jno. Wittfiif;. jr.. visited II her puroutn tit Maiden, Mo., hut week. MlnnpH Mnl 1'iirin nnd Mario Ilrevnrd visited friends in Fulton hint Ul Qw.. '.' Jl tf Ws) i7i J M woiaj i Vv ro'ra U &) Jgl4&S Ijjj E Sil-verwa- re n 4TUB RELIABLE JEWELEll. Otitiijiloto Tlim of CnrrloH Watches, Clocks. Jewelry, and Spectacles. .n i Special attention given to COMPLICATED WxVTOH jewolcra charge, ING, nt half tho prico other KEPA1R Seasnable Very Low Prices I 'M lbs. Ornnulutrd Sugar 3 " Ht'Ht Stick Candy 1! " I'HIICV MIXOll Il...... llnnd-Mndo 1!" Fancy Cream" Candles "Best 1 dor.. Fmiey Klorltln Oranges Nuts, &u. OucimiititH, Applr-HFhiiuv Ohis mid QuociiBwnro. nt reduced prices. I'LOUUllI nioktHHII...k... AIIUlVUATUUth , MIIMtlliMtiiMIMII week. MIbh Mpntor Wnlkorlins pnim Cartttheim lllf. Mo., tu take - elmrije uf an art cities. MIhh Mary HopI T.lcr, of wim the nnoHt of .MIhh Irene Paris Saturday and Sunday. V Kionz'u Slioe Shop after tlim vpp1 will Im fniinil upstairs over bB the Cntili Shoe Store. 81.00 Menu Swayne, Tyler, John-non- , " -Itrpvitrd mid Uunille iiUemled -- u thu ditncu In Union City Friday Kill-to- I ' . OOlxOUt 1 Don't Pail to See My Lino Before Buying Your HOLIDAY PRESENTS! Hittkraail Collego. Report of enrollment, attendance, nnd number of tardies for tho tourtli mouth: Oral'-- l E B. S&Isqs, of u Represent) tin following leading Mil I I i Kurolll, 60 31 Ii.fi 1 IH . Cuan&s rrc Through Harps t . M 1ft .bteot, 07 M 11-- No of 18 10 trJI'. Fire Insurance Companies Aetna, of Ilartfuril, l'hoenli, '- ' -'' UVt'llitltf. o lt Alfred IRfioDeaiel. Building r x 0. P. Nowlin nnd wifo, also MIhb Llllio Nowlin, of Hburon, (Ij Tunu., uro vloltlnn their brother Mr. irzct? llrf 'itn- - M y vi,t t 34 i 19 Ifl J7 VO 55 It 4 4t 31) '21 3D 7 1 0 6 11 man 1 37 CIIOOL. .....M,r.O ltov. Win. I. Nowlin. 0 Mitcliatian, nnd little daughter Kuth, after an of Hcvcrnl inontliH is homo her old aprtlu tnliijjllng with friendH, Mm. Mngejlo o rji - - G 13 0 ISO Continental, of New York, North America, of Pbttn i ol San franciaco, IKimnan'a Fumt, of Knglan1, Meetiaitlca ana lrncJcre, or n ti. Tley art famoua tor (air drnlini and prompt and liberal lelllcrosnlof lone. Ilartforit Fire, of Ilnrlfonl, PennfjWanla Firr, of PhtUilplplila, Springfield, of llarlfonl, M., 03 I w 'aec3tr--c;c Smith) Ellison & Co. at3CS3r--C-ai:z::c-M' Unllrnutl Time Table. Ti.ln Te.ln X. H, und Loan Mooting. I Ilck-nia- Parents nnd others fooling an interest in tho school nro llivitcii to visit us nt any time. J. 0. Cheek, Principal. Will Insttro Your Prcpsrty at Lowest Bates Consistent with Security. You can alto rccure at this Acencj ft Llfd I'olic In the bct compan In the world, THE MUTUAL LIFE, of New VorJc. Hickman, Ky. K. It. ELLISON, Agl, II, A I Auoclallon occuri on Tbur. nljjbi, Jin. 17th, i 7 p. in, In t lie to flucci'fd, maae inrrdnj; a tlio L k N al McKfntlr polnR nnvih, nn.l ronniy clerk', otlice Al this Al u meeting of tho Hoard of Hoard tf Directors l lo lie elected. Tie llh ll- - N N A M V i I'aJue'' JuncDlrectorn of tho I'Mrinersand MerI ilia Nawlnru plenilM .irce o( ibe As.ooialion ha tion Klnr nonli o chants Natinual llatik.of thin citv, ;;!nr wmlh been attributed lo the safe, iouiiJ luia lield Tuonday, Mr. Will M. Itndle Inere Judgment of tbe Director', and wan olectpit iiMhlslnnt caidiler, vice licDce Ibf Importance uf the Mr. Jan. N. Headloa. renlgned. No M. IS "I M, l) T! "'J 0 oe connection wlili Mo 4 . ltr lull rtil UuvvH N., 0. & St. L It. It. I. II I MM " Tie neit regular mretlni of the n Tr.ln el 1 10 .Mr. Sylvpntpr HiiRnn has a position fith the New York Storo or Cairo, IIIp. A young man with lib pluck la bound an wn am rig aoroin-liiO'lalle- n LOCAL NEWS. . Share-own-e- Itr'iJlnf. Circull court Mondny wri-kHrail llm Uouncil propptMlInc. Until .lollllHOU Ih in tlio now. Tlio newly clcclcil ronnly ofll-cwern nworn In Moiuluy. ear Cliriotinns (onil nt Atmtion Ul'CK ItitoH. ptlcro, nt Look ont for moro wnlpr. Tlio upptT rivcrrt itro rlhlnj:. TtiMilny wim JaokonV lilrtli tiny, lint it piiMteil by unheeded liy our ppniiln. Wo hnvo lmd thrco of tlu t woiity-novosnown prrdlcti'tl 8M(1-illr hKIK "A.'' Tli In oiiifrn of unencumbered bbarri In 'A" arc eepreUU; urged lo tlen! ll is drtlrrd lo p.neri or by pioxy, L'n-ilcr disburse V,MI) IK) lo said shares under the ruU for llipiililn said eerie.. llit ruU iht full apparent relur (fill lie advanced ur loaned lo owner ol such sbares l 10 jrr cent. I he stock co d n u ti c In share In profit until niatur ll; or iti full apparent value, leu .', per trnt. hell belli paid al inattnliy le.s fn- lure liirn If anr. In llif txral llui neldifrof thrne rrorotltlont I. acet rif,l t lie tt Ibe Aiiilien "ill preCi'H iiinl'r Ibf Blair - hi ilttrtmlor l.r lot 10 nliora Ibr iiioncr In Sirlr. "A" linkln- - fuml ball t paid, ami a .bar nuiitr Jrawu for Hub Inter. la coinjllf 1 in rrrrlv lb t I n of one If dlnmniid rlnj; nirnn mi'-tliin- .bare with tbe irlritrc of lakiag I lie o will noort licnr wo think t.lue of all lliflr Sbare., nol to rirrail wi'dtling belts. the amount In rlnklng fuA Itcnce llir Kpp tlio llnnnrliil ntnteinpnt of (inporlancr of alicnlio In peraoo or tv llio KnrmorH nnd Merplinutn' roij. ll.ink in tlild Imiitp, rfni I Xn-tiniu- will moot nrvt Tliuriiiliiy nllit nt tlio court limifip. Ilrnvy rnlnn nnd inrllitiR or n tlood In Hiuitv (ivo ptoulil tho Ohio Klvcr baoln. MrriPil in this city, on tlio Oth nut., iv ov. Win I). Now n. Mr. J. W. Covey to MIsm .Molllo IJorry. Mrn. Atnnniln Plimunpr. wlfo of Mr. Samuel Pluintiier. illod In Niinlnlllp, Tpiiii., on tho 10th liiftt. The Ulckinnn H. c I. Akso-clntio- college nt IIiIm place nc outer tiigui. lUHieaii or tiller ing feminine idiriekn of terror the while lolled lieniitlea rallied out in a body, armed with broouin, fthoveln, mIioo buttonors, hair curl or and coal tongn, to cap! uro the ilnrliiK tiuiclar. Oun glance nt tho white robed army fiighiaitcd Ihu burglarH so badly that they ran out the hm-- door and locked it to keep from being follow d Our Kentucky cliln hi full ItlTHKCHH! Itl'IlltmtM! are legal beauties: lint when dten I hey 'J.r( toAOu. IiidloH MeiiN Mrap rub. come at n fellow in night uniform, Oil lift the Lorelei of old, they are but .Ml to 7rc, Menu Arctics to $2.00. Ludleo Ma and ?100. IrreiUHlalilc Winchester (Ky.) SANiirit.s it Kick. Democrat. I Mr. Jhh. . lipntllPH nan re- - nounce, to bin friendH that ho Is for tho company to elect n sucfilgnpil IiIh poHitlnu an iiR&Ututit now with tho house cessor. Jack lias made n good pitHhler of the V. and M. Natiounl of B.tltzer & Shaw, nnd ho Invites ami efficient officer, and his resigItiiuk, and will return to IiIh home I hem to call and rpo him. Mr. nation was received with cxpres-Ion- s of regret. at Mny'lcld Sunday, Mr. IJrndlex Campbell Is n competent snlesmau. Ih a Hplpiidld jouug IiiikIiiphs man, has an extensive neiinaiutanca and dnrlug his Bnjouru among iih throughout the county, and his They are New, Fresh nrm fiionds. friends will no doubt hunt him up ha iimdo uinuy stock too. The odds and ends in Tho bput wliip of n boat ol when they como lo town. Lailios 81.50 shoes wo uro ofioring fricmU go with him. Tlio following query is from nt nu exchnngP: "Smith found it ten tfl.OO You rrtn nlways put your innn. dollar gold piece lying in the road; Pi on our Kpntupky gltln an being Im gnvo it to Itrown to settle a until tho Inst c:io in sold. up to date. Thlcven broke Into meat Sand Kits & Rice. bill; Itrown gnvo it to Jones well-known Messrs. Mnttingly find Can- Mark that -- Mr. Honry Oainpbell', who for -- Mr. J. II. Millet tenilerrilMila tiro thopahttwo years has been om resignation as chief or tho Mou- - non, of Charleston, Mo., are .ii..i-..xrrit t: hi Tilt: in i, .1p ,.r.n,i ii.,iin nf, department to tltb council this county in tho interIIBuchanan, rciiiuelri tin to an- day nightv and it is now in 'order est of tho Kitchen Cabinet, ouo tlilnkinp 1 g A MAJORITY of the Republicans to be in favor of tho Hon. W. O. Bradley as their NEW BAUEER SHOP. ..nil candidato for Governor. He Is probably, iho strongest man in WORK and Flhl Class their party, in this state, but he'll "IIHSTCLAS Special ollentlon gtren to X; llarbera never succeed Governor Brown. LaJy Work. nftlioStato seem W1LI, CKOWELL. i Shop in LaclcJe nnnn a. UlocW oppoaile II Dttch. - After of the most useful and conveuent articles over gotten up to beautify and adorn the kitchen and to assist tho good housewife in her domestic duties. Every lady ought to bnve one, nnd to seo It Is to desire It. These gentlemen will call to see you. Frenz's Shoe Shop after this week will be found upstairs over the Casli Shoe Store. - I Sn 1 0), but will remain nl in; old aland en Juckon street pjiposlle Cnj Hull, wtere cm found ready and willing to fre rirTsnuRcs. EUItEKA. mj nil cuttouiera and as oixnjr new ones ILLINOIS LUMP. m niav favor me with a call. and ANrimAClTB 11. GLtsrn -In any rjuantiltc dc.lred. hn'o df teimineil nut tbe matter otercireftillj lo move mj rilioe COAL! COAL! COAL! ffe?!aljfc A- Wimtcd To Uionn Sums of $1000.00, or more, on first mortgages on good real estnto in Fulton county, Ky., on long time, at teasoiiablo rates of interest. B.T. Davis, Hickman, Ky. HICKMAN, roti 3A1E DY FAHIS & PARKER, : : : KENTUCKY the fiMitnlo to settle n grocery necouni; Jours turned it over to Itaker In pnj ment for n balance on lumber: Baker returned it to Smith in set Dement Tor n note; Smith took it lothebnitk to deposit it, when the cashier threw It nut as conn terfelt. Now, were thoso various amounts pnid t" Agnes Rankin, the female horse thief, made her appearance ugaiu In Fulton last week dressed, iih usual, in boys clothing. The Kultniiinn-Duniocrsays that her trousers were of the Intest cut mid lint fow of her old acquaint. unces recognized her. at O. A. Ford, living near Dnko-doin- , camo to Fulton this week Clover Seed for Sale I and brought n wagon lond of rabM. WITTING, bits, said to bo sevou hundred. 75 or SO bushels of good, elenn DEALER IN Ho also had 200 birds. Mr. Ford told the Guard innn this was onlv Seed free from every thing for STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, "ono ilrove of the whito tails that snle nt Sfi.OO per bushel and sacks 000,,i 1)0 foiII, in Il08l overy ,,, returned, A snmple ran be Been T03ACC0, CIGARS, ETC, 'at Sauders Rice's Shoo Store. Qell rouud Dulcedom."-Ful- ton I ISRAl'L Clakk Ouard. MT Sioek Is always Fr.ah nnd Complet and I iofi'r the public to com TiieCasiiGcQCCi? J. .vrzjjzxt. ''Tttr.aj Casb rhl for and ee me. Country froduco. Witting' 1 flint-lil- y old itand, Clinton Street, HICKMAN, KY. h DEALERS IN illili, J rrnt.sa,ir!Jj?wr:r?infvw?,rtt.itrsc a D euros, PATENT MEDICINES, TOILET ARTICLES, PAINTS, OILS, WINDOW GLASS CST Prescriptions Carefully Prepared. l .' Frrnr.'H Shoe Shop after this week will be found uphtnirs ortr ? ! the Cusli Shoe Store. moved to tho Jail, mill will for the next three j earn have charge of that Institution, A paper wnscirrulatPil nmong our people Ibis week unking contributions lo build n ulitiro.h on Jailor Nnonnn liitH h Little Mistake. little mistake, it seems, was made in giving the name of the repair artist who U to run the Shoe Simp we hove just opened up stairs. Mr. Julius Frenr, who U a master ol the art of as is by most of Hickinanite., Having the latest and bct imwill run the ported Repairing Machine, jour Shots will lie repaired wliilo yon wait. Wo ftr all rin in Shoes bought ol us free of charijr. Having confidence in our goods, wo :no not afraid to guarantee them. Give us u trial. A Shoe-inakin- Commencing Monday, Jan. 14, and continuing until Stock-taking. A. S. R03EDALE. ARTISTIC PHOTOGRAPHER, CLAKK S OLD 8TAND, Mud ere ok. Siclrman, Kon.tu.oky Old Pictures Copied and Enlarged to Keep a our bnilness before the people, nnd when they waul to buy goods in a our line they "III lie suru to givo you n call. There is some tnllc of enforcing Hie ordinance ngiilust vagrants, nnd those who have no visible menus of support will bo required to move on. Tho newly rlprted ofllrprs nf Kentucky Lodge, IltO, K. of II., A full will be Inslnlled nttendnuee of tho members is earnestly desired. g, well-ltnow- n a SAN DE11S 111 CR r w beir leave to announce that wc will place on Sale our entire stock of WINTER GOODS, consisting of the best selected and choicest goods in the City, and undeniably the lowest prices ever quoted in America. Wc must have space. As we are going to transform our store, many departments will lose, for a brief period, half of theiV space, consequently we have resolved to make a Mte Desired. ttf OUT DOOR VIEWS. Don'l gireyour Old rictures lo Travolta g Men. you rosy lose tbetu. Cite me a trial I Satisfaction guaranteed I 7-- 0 01 33lilfS3T Cendenred News, Si orles, Xllscellany, Women's Department, Children's Department, Acriculttiral Department, Political Deparlmeul, Answers to Correspondents, Weill (aiiuil Hoof nnd avoid coughs, ooIiIh, nnd pneumonia, bunders & Rico are selling oxtra values at cl. ;), ?i!.oo The Cash Shoe Store. W1K J-- T r i RADICAL Cost ranca DRV GOODS. REDUCTION and Values will be BAUGAIIVS IN SllOiS. IN STOCK ignored ! -- ! 33 A Editorial, VW U.H-ILife Is full of hard work, but BVMMVTtt Ibe boy who is willing to work, who Is honest nnd true, Is tho boy who will fltnnd the best ehanro of becoming prosperous and iulluen- Thero were but Tow ohnnge IIIH. mnilo in tho business Iiousps of The young people enjoyed n pocial party at the residence or Illckiniin this year Mr. Henry Mr. II. F. Ryan In East Hickman Campbell, rorinerly with II. lias gone to Bnllzer & Shaw, on Monday night. A large crowd was present and every ouo seem- and Mr. Robert Buchanan, of MulTiiln, N. Y nnd Cbas. Mailleltl, ed to enjoy the occasion. -- Tho officers nnd mmnbers of oT Cayce, bnve been entplnyod by the Hickman Fir. Department will meet II. Buchanan. Will Dnild Jones, in Ibe City HH Tnr.day nldit Jan. lfilli, who has been "lib Bultzor & for the purpose of rlcolinv Chief of Ibe Shaw for tho last two years lias Ilepariinriit nnil adiipllnx audi rule and returned to his homo at Wood-lau) Bitch-nnnd fXBBVLHLWHfI Everything, will ns rousn tx me Newspaper. ) t M a--1 Weekly Courier-Journ- al CROUifS. 22 24 Democrallo HfcNltr WATTERSOX, Kditor. l'KICK, 81.00 X YKAIt. ,03 Vll 1.03 i will a.sist ilm varinns ri'unlatlons Comp.inle) In their work at firej, Mr, Rudolph Glnscr killed a hog last week which netted IHO pounds, nnd from which ho rendered Id gallons ol' lard, which shows conclusively that Itu knows how to raise hogs as well ns iiioud (.hops. Tho Fultonlan-Domoern- t Dial n week or i alnce, Mr. Inr'a t(iek barn, .m the Presilen roid, "in burned lo Ilia itroiind. Tho lire ns lobars orlitl nnlr I from Iho cire. li'penrHS nf a trnnip wb was aren ruiiniMil neross a Held wliilo the Inrn win in llnira. Proof Ituhbor Boots Mr. Naylor I ml a line liloo.lnl mure In Snug one aim llir lire, !... orr...... inimirrii noniira i 0I1I. 'T r.n Candflos 1.00 mid In. i,. I,, .....v-...,t " ....I u... ... ....,... In ,..u il.. Mllll rlrbrla, Ibe cinders nnd rrtnnlns of die dias iS: Englo brands .'1.50. Tlicso found In one place and n prices are very low. nnlmnl were elnillnr pllu of Imnra ami cinder km Sandekn & Rice. fonnil In anoiber looillly. The siippcil-lin- n now I., thai the body of n tramp wai FYeu.'s Shoo Shop after Tho Ohio River Is on tho ramalso burned In Iho barn, nnd dial lie was loo gorges all gnnnaud liver week will lie found upstairs murdered AmI by the runaway tramp anil page, ibe bnrn set on lire to eonre.il the crime, tising rapidly, threntoiiiug a Hood. tho Cash Slino Store. mp-puac- d snya NeNnn Nay. Mills. Mr. Artber Johnson, who lias been witli Led ford & Rogers, bus returned to his old home at Oaice. Mr. Lou Naylor, who wis with It, Iluohuunu last year, has retired from tlio mercatt-til- e business and will attend mod-lea- l college. Mr. B. C. Rainago, Jr., bus been employed by Sunders & Rico, nuil will havo chargn of the bonks of Hint firm. II. C. Ainberg, Smith, Ellison & Co., und the other firms of tho city, will retain their old elorks. ....i. ... ii A serious shooting serapo took place in Charleston, Mo., Inst week. Joo Edwards, one of tho lemlors of the colored population of that city, and Brook Crawford, also colored, mot on Main street in front of tlio Mississippi County Rank and proceeded to settlo a dilllculty with pistols. They fired three shots each, which resulted more seriously to outsiders who happened to boou tho street than to the participants, this being ouo of tho most orowded corners in tlio city, especially on Saturday evenings. Tlio shooting was done regardless of any one's life, in tho midst or 500 people. Lawrence (Rover, iv prominent young man or Hint city, wns shot through tho bowels by a stray ball and his recovery is doubt rill. John DIokineyer Deputy Mnrshal, while attempting to arrest tlio parties, was shot through tho right thigh. I'M wards wns shot In tho left arm und Cm w fold wns lilt with a glancing ball In tho forehead, just grazing tho scalp. Tho trouble occurred over a crap gamo several weoks ngn, when they parted, to eottlc tho matter later. 2(5 In Ladles fino Kid Mutton Patont t) Leather Toe, very stylish, Cotton worth $2.''d. Mnrgain price $1.50 worth 8e. Btrgnin price... 7c Ladles very fino 1 Bale 30 in. bleiehod cotton Shoes, Patent Leather Toe, Co worth?. Bargain prico or plain, sold elsewhere for 10 pieces y'd wide apron Ging 3.00 aud $3.25. Our prico 250 for an apron, worth hams, Mens heavy winter Shoes, Oc 12. Bargain price worth 82.50 M.irgaln prico 1.50 2."j pfeoes Fanej Dross print Mon's Seal Skin, warr.iuted (1 nnd 7o, Bargain worth water proot, a burg.iin at Hu prico 3.50. Our prico 2.50 75 yds German Table Iiinen, (2J yards to a customer,) worth 35a. B.irgain prlco 12J Tlio best Amokev Feather TIIK UKST COMKS LAST, Ticking worth L'Oo. price 15 (lo. Bargain prlco 1 Male UnbliMtdipd hnnd-mndBur-gnl- u unblenql'toil Cotton worth lt Suuhl;. .gir, L.i Wails Mil is . 3-- 27 Lh 25 LigM Brj73 -I 1,09 makes The Weekly liberal terms to ogenls. Pamplo eopiea of the paper and Premium Supplement sent free lo any nddress. Write to CO, if Loulstllle, Ky. Courler-Jonrna- l tery .i COURIElt-JOUKNA- L Hast Patont Flour, por bbl. $3.15 Cases Corn, sold elsowhero 7o nt 10c. Our price 10 I Chesapeake Ohio c.iJ Soul.'taeslern ft. B. Cases Tomatops, sold Oo nt I2jc. Our prico 15 Cases 3 lb. California Peaches, sold elsowhero 25c. Our 15c prico else-whoro ) ntTWEEN 15o price, per gil Cull en Greenvillo Tobac3 pieces Fancy Dress Goods, co, sold elsewhere at 10c a worth KHi. Birgnlit prico, fio Men's all wool Suits worth 5c plug. Our price An extra effort in Itlaok Goods. 10.00 500 His Rico, sold elsewhere 15.0onr prico 5 pieces J5(5 inch nil wool Men's all wool Suits worth Oo 10c. Our prlco worth .'M, at 9.00 10 Boxes Ralsons, sold elso$12.50 our prico The best assortment of Linings Mon's all wool Suits worth whero nt 20o. por lb. Our Supplies in tho und 7.50 811.00 our price Oo prico oity. Wo allow all Bargains in Mens lino 11111(6,500 10 kegs Steel Nails, sold elso10 per cent, off on nil purchases, pairs all wool, vory Hue, nt first 0.o whero nt 2.50. Our prico Lii lies all wool seam- - uost. Special , 50 doz. I sting Brooms, sold less mnl fast Bhck Hosiery, wottlt Rig reductions in tnon'd elsewhere ul 35c. Our prico 20 ;J7Jc. Ourpticc2jo. BARGAINS IN ORESS GOODS, CLOTHING 10 hlils. N. O. Molasfles, sold elsowhero nt (lOots. Our L0UISU1LLE ND r.i 25 MEMPHIS. rnou CINCINNATI ALSO AND TO AND lion-n'ott- a, Ic EVANSVILLE. Drcss-maki'i- NORTH. Do not purchase a TU Itet EAST, SOUTH OR WEST Dress-makor- s Until jou Uai comulleJ on Agent of th 1 Oyor-coats- CO. &S.W.R.R. LIM1TKO T1UINS, 1'ULLM.VN . I 1 1 11UITKT SX.KKrP.R9, ri if.'i ri mrmiii r 3 i this over .Jgarjeyry37art-'rr.V;r,r'fPr'rf:''-'?,- 3ESC '! BHCHAMA seiarTi'Hrwff.rncvt.y&vra3a; n lg.ioin MODKRN i- VfjUirMlUif. GcN.PiM.Aari TST. :ir?r.xfi-.ta,iviiu.'y?a'.'vMinyg'jri JOUN KCMOW, gen. wa.t. T. D. LYNCH, l.tfi.Vltlll Hi o - nflvHBBHHHHIIHIHIKHHiHHiHHnE3VIHHIlBiQUr' sjJiiBPPjBffti r .?. j. ,, !, 1 . Wr. , n . . IfJHMli ' The spirits of the architecture met to sung there were replying, rolling, enthrone n king nnd the spirit of tho falllnp, Interweavlnp sounds that l'nrthenon of Athens was there; and ' seemed modulated by belnps seraphic. the spirit of St. Sophia of Constant!- - There were nerial soprano and bassos, tioplo wns there; and the pirit of M. soft, lilph. deep, tremulous, emoInaU of St. lVterslmrg wns there; and tional, commiuplinp. It was like an the spiilt of the Hnptistry of I'isn wns atitiphonnl of Heaven. Hut there nro there; nnd the i.plrits of the lireat four or the Taj Mahal. It has one np-- i Sarsa-paril- la I'ramid nnd of Luxor Obelisk, nnd pearnncc nt sunrise, another nt noon, ft tho Porcelain tower of Nankin, nnd- another nt sunset nnd another by of M Mark's of Venic?; nnd the spir- tnoonlipht. Indeed, the silver trowel Hood's Sarsaparllla. 1th of nil the Treat tower, great catheof the moon, and the polden trowel of Tlds prcat remedy drals, great mausoleum, great sarcothe sunlipht. nnn tho leaden trowel of lias bad wonderful t living. the storm build nnd rebuild the tflory, capitols for the phagi, grt-nsuccess In curing this disease It thor- nndf preat necropolises for the dead, so that It never seems twice alike. It oughly eradicates the humor from tho wore there. And the presiding genius ller. nil blood. Hood's Sarsaparllla cures the sores nf the throng with ravel of I'nrinn has all moods, nil complexions, prandcurs. l'rom the top of the Taj. nnd eruptions by removlrif; their cnu'O mprlile. smoto the tablo of Iiuvd.tn which Is feet hiffh, sprlnps a spire Impurities In tho blood. Oct Hood's. m.iHehlte. nnd callel the throng of 30 feet higher, and that Is enameled sp rits to order, tin I called for a vote p"ld. What an anthem in eternal Hootl'a Pills cure ill liver ills S5C as to which spirit should weir the rhvthm! I.vrlcsand elepics in mnrble. chief crown, and mount the chief Sculptured hosanna! . Musonry as of throne and wave the chief scepter, and supernatural hands! Mighty doxolopy by unanimous acclaim the cry was: in stone! I shall see nothing to equal "Long live the spirit of Taj. king of It till I seo the tlreat White Throne, Thine nnd on It Mini from whose face the nl'. the spirit of nrchitecturel is the Taj Mahal of India!" earth and Heaven (lee away. The buildlnp is about sl miles from The Taj Is the pride of India, and wo rode out in the early especially of Mohammedanism. Aprn. nnd as An nothing but the hoofs Knpllsh officer nt the fortress told us dawn we heard nnd wheels that pulled and turned us that when during tho pcneral mutiny along the road, at every jard of which ,n ,s.. thp .Moaramedns proposed In our expectation roe until we had some surrcctlon nt Agra, the English pov- t nought that we might be dissappolnt-e- d eminent aimed the guns of the fort at at the tlrst glimpens some say they Tnj and said: "Vou make insurrection were disappointed. Hut how can nnj-on- jand thnt same day we will blow your lie disappointed w ith tho Taj Is Taj to atoms," and that threat ended as great n wonder to me as the the disposition for mutiny at Agra. Tnj itself There are somo people Hut I thought while looking at that disappointed, nnd who knows but palace for 'w-U- -iJ dead, constructthat basing; entered Heaven they may ed to coverthehandful nil this but even of dust, a Wife What In tho world arc yon doing criticise tho architecture of the Temhandful has probably gone from up there! ple, nnd the cut of the wlnto roWs. that Husband -- I am trying to find the big and say that the w hitfchcrscs on w hleh tho mausoleum. How niuehttr it thing la the coin mn you spoke of to expend SO. 000.000, seem a little string would have Wifo -- You great goose, it was in a news- the conquerors ride which the Tnj Mahal cost, for the halt or spavined? paper column. living. What asylums it might have My son said. "There it is!" I said, Of course vou aronotn goose, reader, but you will b It vou do not look up the big "Where?" Tor that which he nuv to built for the sick, what houses for the What improvements our homeless! ofTcr of 113.00 for I'J CO in another column bo the building seemed to me to be century has ninde upon other cen- near Anchorage, were burned U death of this paper, nnd tako advantage of it- more like the morning cloud blushing turics in lifting in honor of tho de- A TURKISH SUMMER RESORT. by a fire that destroyed their house. under tho staro of the rising sun. It parted memorial churches, memorial Wlnto and bis wifo barely escaped. teemed not so much built up from earth j hospitals, memorial reading rooms, Onrnf the Olijrrtltn TiiliiUof Tnnrltts In Wm. HcnSETT wns run over and In "I Tortunatc-lv- . llu Orlrnt. ns let down from Heaven. I3THEBC3T. stnn Uy Killed at HussellvlUo by a memorial observatories! Ily all pos-a kino. wl9 wnwLriTFOR vou stop nt nn elaborated gatowny "Truly I know of no fairer or sweuj-c- freight train, wlillo swltciilnjf in the slble means let us keep tho memory of a 3. .f red mndstone one eiplith of a mile Journey thsii place Bf? departed loved ones fresh In mind, and tho resting of the in life's Waters abovi vards. An entrance so high, so ft urn 'Inj valley Sweet Jiikie IttTiisiiARKS, of Pnduenh, l4.3FNr.CAllKXN3AftCa let there be nu npproprlate head stone so (ioldcn Horn." This fair reeoiA states that McCracken county has n r bed, so graivflll, so or monument in the cemetery, but the 3.1P P0LICE.3 SOLES. (..ii'.e 1, nnd chiseled, nndscndled that there is n d riding lino between reason-nbl- e mcndation from the pen of a traveler enough money in it treasury to pay upon the many plensnir all her floating debt. tf.WORKINCifr who .ii cine very gradually commemoration and wicked ex- placeshas journeyed to Waters of Xiij wh e'i t true tit re is enough makes tho Sweet BOYS'SCHDOLSHStJL tra vagenee. 2.17--? one of tho objeetlvo points of Tin in. wns so much busiooss en tho in intoxicate thojpeye, and stun 'I Mahal has its usfc as an LATHES' the imagination and entrance the architectur.il achievement, eclipsing every tourist fortunate enough to bo I'i Daviess county circuit court doekol tust Judge Owons had to extend the s..ul. We go up th Mniri of this architecture, but as n me- Constanllnoplodurlng tho warm sprln,' inaji-stientrance of tho gateway and all other n departed wife and mother days, when this resort Is the most fre Mission a week. morial of HfsjAHU coonty roads nro blocked i' a few .pictures nnd , e.xamino a ,t-few ' quented. . ., - i ,. . . no I3X0CKTOH.MUS. , To bo In tho fashion, you shoul with snow. juj, ii, exoresst.manv mure niuii wiu ouiuit-sicurio niut irom u iook ,..i.ni Over One Million People svcsrtlie a country graveyard, m f30 i Su .Ion es has njrreed to go beck to drlvo out thero In u sinirt dis''ind to the pavement ol W. L. Douglas $3 & $4 Shoes nnd en that raptures everything the- The best n.otiumunt wecan any of us Join the fashionable cavalcade,trap an ; ntvensboro in tho spring. ocpar movin gone Is us when we are T All our shoes arc equally satisfactory xsmino complains that Evans-th- e of have slowly along the wide, shaded road at tween the gateway .... i in the memory of those whose sorrows ThfygU the best vslue (or tliemonej. ni.irblc and precious stones, jou pass we have alleviated, in the wounds no side of the river as solemnly and '' ' dumplrig" her tramps on tlwt Tbey eautl custom shoes In eti le and HI. ,.... i ,..i,i..i. , , Their wearing qualities are unsurpassed. i The prices are uniform, . . lUUIHHT tli, ....ii,-.- .. n i.iih oiiu have healed, in the kindnesses wehnvo as seriously as do tho stolid l.tiglUh U u.i.ir Sinw, tho I ,fe N. agent nt siainpea on sole. ,.,! Uil uiiiiiuuv uin $ tu Sj saved over other mikes. From ignorance we have en- men and women who are exhibited by station, in Woodford county, fountains done. In the tho (luring tloat 'I here arc eighty-fou- r if youi dealer cunot supply jou we on recreant we have re- their coachmen each afternoon mntiso-men- t .i iverti.rf.Hl for a wife. An Alabama lightened, in that spout, nnd bend, and arch them-s- claimed. In the souls we have saved! tho season in l'ark for tho cs to fall In showerti of pearls In nnd delectation of the humble .. Minn answered and thoy wcro mar-- r Such a monument Is built out of mabasins of sTiowy whitenens. lieds of all terial more lasting than marblo or pedestrian. However, the very fai t , ii Mahti II Owess, one of the oldest HiKifinnl le lloi-- gioijt the bronze, and w 111 stand amid the eter- that you can do this in Rotten How, cr the eje nnd sce:.i to roll in nal splendors long nftcr the Taj Mahal the Hols do Hologne. or the 1'rater, cr i 11enx of Clinton county, died n fow w ,s of color as mu advance towarl of India shall have pouo down in the Central l'ark. may decido you to try a !.its ago. He was tho father of four"l n :ij -V-ir t he .si n j ou are boon to have of what conveyance jins of n world of which it wns the more novel method of acquaintance th n children and had nearly luQ grand-- i lnldrcn. may make the FOR DUPARH iTvrrnrJrTUvwn rno human treuiusdid when It did its best costliest adornment. Hut I promised Then moon tluvscrs, lilacs, marigolds. to show vou not only a tomb of India, of a Turkish kaik. GfcNEBAL BLACKING IS UNEOUALLEa has. Davis, a painter, living near The Turkish kalk ls tho lightest, Uitskellrille, accidentally shot his loft tulips and everywhere the lotus; thick ' but n unique heathen temple, nnd it Is Has an annual Sale cf 3.oootons. He is in n swiftest, strongest, most comfortable, hand off while hunting. ets of bewildennc bloom: on e 111 - ..- w , WE ALSO MANUFACTURE THE ......,! P"' ulul l''rl'uuu' I'u ul condition. in the world nnd most beautiful side trees from manv lands bend their "M miners candle we ofhad seen- and yon llrst attain boat knowledge it "wt.sjsBono is now connected with head, or seem to tho nrtwirescence over votir AustraHINE.nTc? w ith convoluted branches to reach out something of the underside FOR AN AFTER DIrTNin of perfect motion on the water when ami tho south by long-illHa. " "t "implc, nnd with a gu Ide s TOUCH UP SP0T3 WITH A CLOTH towanl vou in welcome. On tueirnrms ..,, j'ou lean back on the comfortable cush- Uince telephone In a short time, it is we .. ...... . ............... nnd torch... lmd ., seen nt diircrcnt times ions, and your white clad knikjis ben'i uiid the lino will bo extended to . ., .... ... n',i.t mmnrlni!. MAKES NO DUST. IN 5&I0 CENTTlNBOXES. i , , , . , till,, V.II IKE ONLY PERFECT PASTE. , press, nnd poplar, nnd oleander, nnd something oi uie uniiersiue oi muencii. their backs to the light and benutlfulU Louisvillo. ns '" Mammoth Cuve; but we arc now Morse Bros,PffoPs. Caiitcn.Mass. '1 balanced oars. The oars have lonp post olllco nt Jay, Hussol county, jew, nnd sycamore, and banyan. to enter one me sacren ccunrs oi ,,,,,1, n.ivet oi in- - slender blades, cut in the shape of a wnl in. discontinued nftor January IV i and i)alm. and trees i dla, commonly culled the Klephanta brunch, and leaf, and girth, and you crescent at the ends, while great Hii.i. tlncolir, Louisville strong JH s. CENTRAL will cease to ask their names or caves. We had it all to ourselves. The rounded bulbs just below the handle mini, will rneut the ILLINOIS' Saudow, Snndo, steam yacht that was to take us about balance the weight of tho blndos approach the door nativity. As Sampson, or any other strong of Horn-baof the Taj one experiences n strange fifteen miles titer the harbor the oar being man. There are no nnd between enchanted islands, passed through a tlfong of and tender-n- e sensation of nwe, found froz., and humanity, and worship. nnd along shores, and gulches, and hide, which is fastened to a sinploraw enAs unknown Negro was miles from pin to death nbutit thrco raf?.V The buildiiiL Is only a prave. but pictured rocks, pradually prepared the driven in tho guuwalo, ,wid a liberal Linineiici'. the other morning. Ho is what a prase' litillt for a queen, who, iJi.ntl for appreciation of the most application of tallow at tho point of supposed to have been intoxicated .mil according to some was very Pood nnd '.'mi" sjivciiicil- hi jiiuiu. oiu iuoiii- g- contact renders the stroke absolutely fallen b the wuj'sldc. 41111-ninaccording to others was very bad. I inp nun uecn inn ui iiiiinuur unu npita-tlon- s noiseless, and without a jerk at thu At least foventeeen men In Kenand deluge: the atmospheric choose to think she was very pood. At or end, ns the oar slides tucky will conclude, that the income had ceased, and tho cloudy ruins through tho thong. any rate, it makes me feel better to tax Is n fine thing. Tho collection of heavthink that this commemorative pile of the storm were piled up in the SOLID VESTIBULE TRAIN. ''illesscd shall he bo who shall tak the tux will rcqitiro tho appointment Dal It at 90 p. m. from Chicago. Stw an 4 Jiirnt was set up for tho Immortalization of ens, Jingo enough and darkly purple Constantinople," said tho I'ropb xiniptcvt t. tuillt iprttkilj for IhU Mrrlr. Irala nf a large number ot deputy collectors lifthtM tkrouhout bT ju. Tlckata and 1 orthr inlor More blessed Is he, you may echo, wlio of Internal revenue, und seventeen of virtue rather than vice. The Taj is a enough to make the skies ns roailou ol Tour l(vai ticket anant, or by addrettng as the earthly scenery amid In tlie.se V JI HANSON. 0. 1. A. Ul CenUlL U. ChlCAgo, Ii mountain of white marble, but never which we moved. After tin hour's cutpeaceful times may glide alwiu; them will be in Kentucky, five fulling sucli walls faced each other with tho Sweet Waters of Kurojie, seeing ting through the wuters wo camo to either side the bronzed und frnnk-f.- i on to Louisville and the remainder being never such a tomb was cut od distributed among the other four colfrom block of nlabastcr; nevur such a Iho long pier reaching from tho island Turks enjoying their simple muu lection districts. - called Klephanta. It Is un island sinull congregation of precious stones brightor smoking their pea-'Till; county clerk of Christian county high. It ened and ploomed und bln7ed and of girth, but six hundred feet narghiles in dreuraj' content, wntei ng Issued Iwenty-olph- t licenses to marry of mangrove. t chastened und glorilledii building slneo declines Into the marshes is one wholo the setting sun as it throw-- , n Christmas week. This, it is stated, sculptor's chisel cut its first curve, or Hut the whole island verdure; con over the dancing waters of tho breaks tho record in that county. and painter s pencil traced its llrst ngure, tangle of foliage the ground; mosses (ioldcn Horn und tips tho slender mm I Icon Mil. inn. i. ami is still in Jail nt nlumifiine incusiirrti its volvulus deeping, vines sleeving tho nrets with llame; nnd as tho color f.i.lci l'aducuh, being unable as yet to give ll nrJirebltrefs noinnass swent climbing the rocks; from tho water, you may eaten th 'Kind. For all Shavers tho soap to swear lonp arms of the trees; red flowers here faint echo of the mucziin's its first circle. cud to )by, not to swear at. Buy lilm ''IINSION'S were granted the other day 'II... 'I'.,! lific 1ft rfrncil f,rihnd ll'ln. nnd there In the woods, like inccndia- prayer, and dusky figures along tho ) Yankee Shaving t.,i nt Soap 0 out oft ', !.,.. eorner. Also at ry's torch trying to set tho groves on shore turn towards Mecca nnd pros- iisjMous: Original Kuyctto I'rlcst, Reis10 stores cell it or send 35 cents; each of the four corners of tho Tnj ire; cactus and acacia vylngas to which trate themselves, knowing that they Vaugii"'s Mills, Kstill countj stands a minaret 137 feet high. Also at can most chnrm the beholder; tropical are one day nearer to tho groves and sue Willis Tarter (deceasedi, Jahcz, )to J. I). Williams Co,, G las ton- d butterW. Woodnrd, each side of this building is a splendid birds mertinj' ) bury. Conn. cool waters and tho everlasting gar- Russell county; Hullln Two hun- fly In jungles planted the same sum- dens that the I'rophot has prnmise.i foi i)l.on, Webster count'. mosque of red sandstone. We stepped 1'ouitTll-ci.As- s postmasters appointed dred and fifty years has the laj stood, mer the world was born. amid enough nntlves the faithful. ilurpcr'n Weekly. tho other day: 1'. .1. Hale, Halifax, Aland yet not a wall is cracked, nor n out of the boat help we need for landEly's Cream Balm The ludicrous has its pluce in th len county, vice C. T. Stitler. resigned, mosaic loosened, nor nn arch sagged, to afford nil tho Cleanses tho Nasal aWVajutWi5i nor a panel dulled. The storms of S.'.O ing and guidance. Vou can bo enrried universe; it Is not a human Invent on, und Levi Oppenhclm;r, Limestone, 1'assngcM, Allays Puln can but one of tho divine ideas, illustrated Carter county, vico 1). A. Lefllngwoll, winters hnvo not innrred nor tho heats by coolies In nn casj- chair or and liillnniiiiatlnn two In tho practical jokes of kittens of 250 summers disintegrated a mnrble. walk, if you are blessed with and resigned. Jtestorcsj tlio (sense of evitho lloli.UK Wooiis, tlio slayer 'if Jiiines Thero is no story of age written by stout limbs, which wouldpsalmist so monkeys, long beforo Aristophanes or 'J'nsto nud Smell. not huve dently lacked, or he Montcz, How curious it is Shakespeare mosses on its white surface. Mnrtiu surrendered to Deputy .Sheriff Heals tho Sores, them when ho said: "Tho wo nlwaj-- consider solemnity an that Dawson the other night, and is in jail depreciated A the queen, wns beautiful, nnd Shah tho fLt lilios..UWsrrst NY the king, here proposed to let all Lord tukctli no pleasure In ths legs of absence of all pny surprises and en- at Lancaster. We passed up somo stone counter of wits as gSflSBOOSOOGQEOOCOeCOCGfti essential to tin- idea the centuries of time to know it. Sho n ml n." daughter of J. C. TliK .. (.1 f BBK. AM " CII1CI H. nnd died steps, und between tho walls we saw of the fiture life of those whom no Collins, of Sturgis, was bitten a few was married ut 'M years of W MlTnr le " "Uil BIHIumureiui..I.hll hcti,llKIITl MDtl one of those thus deprive of half their faculties tc. uocki, f) mt ended as another lifo awaiting us a and days ngo by n dog supposed to be afit HO. Her liferoso bloomed tho rose snnkes which cobra, tho traveler then call blessed. There are srbanga P c1to Id Cruflcat, loigreet Ls m began; as the not a few fected with rubles. Tho child was ta11 sufon (o antnli. tint iq.iiodIt i' To udorii this dormi- ofttimes in India, Two of the guides who, even in this life, seem to be pre- ken to Henderson In search of n perished. ?r&v.7 5 bush of tho dead, nt the command of left tho cobra dead by the wuyslde. paring themselves for that smnrloM TO AG ENTS skkt tory Ilagdnd sent to this building They must have been Mohammedans, eternity to which they look forward, Tub local option election enso from I FHKMOJlT, OIIIU.S the king. RllUXU. I rep- by banishing all goycty from their Howling Oreen, which was taken to Its cornelian, nnd Ceylon its laps lnrti-la- , for Hindoos never kill that s.nitcd a 1'ersln tile. hearts and nil joyousness from (lielr tho court of appeals, is docketed for nnd l'uiijab Its jasper, and -- y-w f i Ami now we come near tho famous countenances. O. W. Hulincs. Its amethyst, and Thibet its turdial March '3. The nlectlon was held from one rock of porquoise, nnd I.anku Its sapphire, and temple hewn 1 Military shoes in tho thirteenth in tho spring of Mi".', and resulted in miO years ago. On either itiien its ngnte, and i'unali its dia- phyry nt least wcro tipped with a steel p.ko, rictory for the prohibitionists, but it monds, und bloodstones, nud lardonvx, rlilo of the chief temple Is u ehnpol, century auj I I rffwl ffrowrs of Clruts llla- -liurrrSpfd In knights used as an otlenvt iHall'gcd by the other sldo that it was IUIili. I'll ttUJaclK Our and chalcedony and moss ugates uro ns this cut out of the same stone. So which the More In.rlo. Mra.l.ianliiApill than one mnn wni not held In tho .iianiicr lequiied by tllluii. us though they were pebbles. vast was the undertaking, and to the weapon. croplnjulr. I'lloU rtc)iai. Mainiiiotlilarm i.l . MliUra.fiMlorJr. law. Tho case bus been hotly con ..mll.nl lira--HIIHU.,UlrWils y..u lind one spray ff vine beset with Hindoo so great the human Impossibil- killed by a kick from these iro'i-clalilll tested through thu urlous couiU so, and another with 100 stones. Tweu- - ity, that they say the gods looped out boots. rls-In- p. Scrofulous Taints ty thousand men were SO years In lnb Enils of Tlinnglit. I'OMIi AND TKMPLE. building It, nnd, although the labor Intention Is a comfortnbhi stepping wns slave labor, nnd not paid for, tho place on the road to There Is more manliness in earning a Taj Mahal, tho Most Famous and building cost what would be about of our American money, $ CO.WO.OOO u loaf of bread than In Beautiful of Mausoleums. Some of the jewels have, been picked pic. ., .... ..... i out ot ino wan oy iconocuisisor von- If only children nnd fools tell tlio It vrrmi ti, lie l.rt lloitn from Uie (Irrrtt querors, and substitutes of less vatuo truth there arc not as ninny fools In the thllr Tin iimc Itntlirr 'I him V,In ll have taken their places; but the vines world as one milit suppose. Unlit I i I rum llm Ittrtli-ltethe traceries, the arabesques, the span- Heading malteth n man full, but It llr, 'I Him igi's rnmn. tlrels, the entablatures nre so wondrous doesn't (jet below his chin. that you feel like dating the rest of A dollar sets bljjper the farther you In continuing his your life from the day you tlrM saw got away front It. Dr. them. In letters of black marble tho The cannon's mouth docs less Injury sermons thnmch tho press licv. for his subject whole of the kornn Is spelled out in Tnlmnpc fi i ,hiy i !i than the posslp's mouth. The app.irel doth oft proclaim the 'Tomb nnd TVniplo." hnsirnr leferoncrt and on this august pile the king to that most famous and beautiful of sleeps In tho tomb beside the queeu, tunn, but oftcner the woman. (lood taste Is seldom an acquired mniiHdrums, the Taj Mihnl. Iho to.vt nlthoiiph he Intended to build a palace selcitcd wns : 'Trotn India even unto ns black as tills was white on the habit. opposite side of the river for himself why the lilies llthl.ipm." Esther I. 1. There is no valid rens-oIn nil the lltldc this is the only book to sleep in. Indeed, the foundation of and ros.es of our courtship should not prow In the w Idcr field of matrimony. in which the word Indln occurs, but it such a. necropolis of black marblo Is stands for n lealm of vast interest in still there, nud fr-- m the white to the Detroit IVec Tress. It black temple of the dead a bridpo was tho time of 12 Utter, ft In our time. The bottom of the Atlantic forms j i elded then, nit now, spices nnd silks, to cross; but the son dethroned him a sort of terrace around the continent, iind cotton, nnd rl' e, nnd indljjo, mid and Imprisoned him, nnd it is wondersloping (Tradaally for several miles, ores of nil richness, nnd precious ful thnt the kinp lmd any plnce nt nil then satMenly descending to a fnr tones of nil spnrhle. nnd had a civili- In which to be burled. Instead of wingreater depth. In general about one zation nf Its own as marhed ns IJjypt-ian- . dows to let In the lipht upon the two hundred wiles from the shore tbcro Is or (Irocinn. or Human elrilizntlon. tomb there Is a trellis work of marble, a depth of one hundred fathoms, but in It holds tho cotllcst t'nli ever built, marble cut so delicately thin thnt the ten miles more the depth exceeds one and the most unique nnd wonderful snn .shines throuph It ns easily ns plass. Tor Look the world over and find so much thousand. idolatrous temple ever opened. dis- translucency; canopies, traceries, lnco I'lcherlnff says ho has found tiro practical lessons. In this my sixth " scne. 1 work, embroideries of stone. leaves of the papyrus mixed or adul- course In We had heard of the wonderful resoterated with the blades of tho sorghum show you thnt toml nnd tetupleof Indln. In n journey nrotind the world It may nance of this Taj. nud so I tried It, I cane. not bo easy to tell the exact point In 1TS0 apples sold In Massachit' which chides the pilgrimage Into suppose there nre more sleeplnp echoes setts for twenty cents a bushel; In 1870 halves. Hut there was ono structure In that buildlnp waiting to be wakened by the human voice than in any buildthey were one dollar. toward which we were all the time lnp ever constructed. I uttered ono While Richard I. ason the throne, tiavcllng. nnd having seen that, wo word and there seemed descending incommon horses were sold for 510 felt thnt If we haw nothing more our visible choirs In full chunt, and there expedition would le a success. That was a reverberation that kept on lonp each. one ubjvct was the 'I"n J .Mnhni of India. after one would have expected It to It is the crown of the whole earth. cease. When a line of a hymn wns (lot-tlior- c. ncci-ptin- ? ... 'round-the-worl- d ""round-tho-world- Lurk la tho blood ot almost ctcry ono In many cases tliey nro inherited Hcrof-ul- a appears in running' sores, bunches, pimples nnd cancerous growths. Scrofula ennbocurod by purifying tho blood with j ' Mood s Cures o e st JH--- In-e- A DEFENSE OF DESPOTISM. this struoturo from tho rock, and K EXTUCKY STATE NKWS. carved the pillars, nnd hewed Its Smiir Uu.sUin Think 1 lielr llmrriiiiirnt shapo Into gigantic Idols, and deill- U<n llnilnrxlilr, T. W IIATK. nped 70 years, ono ol cnted it to all tho grandeurs. S'omew hat chagrined that the censor tho wealthiest citizens of Carroll climb many stono steps luforo we county, died nt his homo near Worth- - cutout of my telegram certain words pet to tho gnteways. The entrance illo early the other morning. Ho had amounting to over n fourth of the , ... .1.1.. ,.....!.. -1.....-- ., i iwi Buuipiiirvu uoor- - icon 111 for several weeks. Ills wealth wholo message, I went to call on a iun keepers leaning on sculptured devils, is estimated nt $150,000, nnd consists of friend, nnd in his hotel snw nt lunchHow strnnpel Hut 1 have seen door- - real estate, bank stock, personal prop- eon a Russian olllcer whom I tlrst met keepers of churches and auditoriums erty and live stock. Just outside Constantinople In company who seemed to be leaning on thu da- After greet lugs, TliK nuthorltles nt Henderson have with den. SkobelelT. mons of bad ventilation and asphyxia f.trM.irilml to Coatsvllle. I'll., the ureos. my friend who speaks Hngllth ns well Doorkeepers ought to bo leaning on ,aTt remittance for two bloodhounds, as SkobelelT himself presently the angels of health, nnd comfort, nud to my rooms, nnd we had achat out. l.:is been Issued for h meotlnn life. All tho sextons nnd janitors of ., n...,.--- .uinn nf- Whitnnv mimtv. in about to beseeu nud old friends never .ji IV again old limes In the flesh. I learned ........i7 the enrth who have spoiled sennom organize nn liunilgr.'.tlon bureau. mid lectures, nnd poisoned the lungs il (Tiii:ii police Judges do not hold with that he is on retrult that Is to say, reaudiences by inelllcleney ought to visit .tiidge Thompson thnt the barbers' tired from the service. In duo courso thisCnvoof Elcphanta nud bewnrc of smtiinv closing law is unconstitutional. 1 opened my little grlevnneo about the what these doorkeepers nro dolmr. All arrested nt Covington the other censor, and found my friend, nn esd man, presentially n when Instead of leaning on the angelic, Sunday were llued. pared fo hold that in the piosent state they lcnn on the demoniac. tiusMi Anur post will bo organ-lie- of society a censorship Is absolutely In these Elcphtintn. caves everything by tho L'nlon soldiers In Clark necessary to prevent worso conse Is on n snmsonian nnd Tltnntan scab em nt . quences n censorship both outward Willi chisels that wcro dropped from I'ATrsTs were pranlod tho other vlnj- - and inward. "Why," said he, "had we nerveless hands at least eight centur- ns loiiowa: rnuup Hires, nssigiior in a press as as yours or that ies ago. tho forms of tho gels Hrnhmn. to U I 'IHinuevant nnd (3. of America here I Interposed u deprennd Vishnu, and Siva were cut Into the tu.vihirtls Clinton, Uitelicn cabinet. Vi lUiry, cating observation that wo lu Hngland everlasting rock. Slvn Is hero repre Jons, nrv. n farmer, died near seuted liy a figure Irt feet fl inches high liiiniille.l'tm internal Injuries cnused nre not yet quite so free (and casj-- ns from f Cousin Jon.it him '"I say, had we n f man mid woman s calf's kick. press as free handed as yours we should Ituti a Hue from tho center of tho foreTiif uc nre thirty prisoners in tho In u year have a revolution, which head straight to tho floor of the rock hold would be crushed, und 111 Iho enrs nud you divide this idol into masculliv Henderson jail, four of whom nro for murder. more another which would bo lu this and feminine. Admired as this Idol Mus. M.vnv K. Smith, one of the most sense successful, that it would lead to by many, it wns to mo about tho wors wideH known pioneer ladles of south- carnage, anarchy and then" thing that wns ever cut Into porphyr.t "Red ruin nnd the breaking up of perhaps because there is hardly any ern Kentucky, died suddenlyP0nt her years, taws," I quoted. thing ou earth so objectionable ns o home near llopklnsville, aged she remembered well the days when "Then some strong man would rbe, being half man and half woman. 1). bo ono or other, my hearer. Man is ad there were Indians nil through thnt like SkobelelT, perhaps n leader of the section. revolt, who would found another arismlrablo, and woman is ndmlriilde, bn: Snr.iMFK ltu.t., of Louisville, tho tocracy, not so benevolent ns ours cither in flesh or trap rock n comprv ither day took fourteen prisoners to often Is. I can assure you that many mlse ot the two Is hideous, I rnnkiort-Th- e of our princes only w Ish they could see from erTcmluatc men nnd musc'uVne the state penitentiary nt fact was developed that out of the their way to a constitution In their women. fourteen consigned to tho walls seen icitse, but seo how tho late emicror Yonder Is the Kins' Havana wirsh Yonder is the seulpturet' repre- of them were entering1 for the third (atid hero my friend crossed himself In Orcek fashion that Is, from right to sentation ?i the marriage of Mra and time. I'awcaii Is overrun with tratnrannd left) was rewarded for his liberality l'arlmti. t'ondcr Is D.tkshn, tie son of Hrnhmn, born from tho thurib of Is they continue to cumo in so rapidly by n lot of young fellows who wanted right hand. Ho had sixty diughters. that Mayor Yeiser contemplates rent- to go fnst." And then he went on nliout the adSeventeen of those daughter were ing n saoant house in the suburbs in vantages of protection till a state has married to Kasynpa and btvame no which to slu Iter the vagrants Ok the fifteen precincts tn Trlffg succeeded lu building up Industries: mother of the human race. Yom cr Ii The ctn'er coitnlt which voted nn tho question ot the advantages of compulsory service it god with threo heads. prohibition, fourteen went dry. Ceru- as training for their own benefit the got! has n crown wound nith neclia-e- i manhood of a nation nnd other views, pod it m a lean Springs alone remained wet. of skulls. Tho right-hanAt the Meadows, near frorUlcnce, with which the llrili.h public has hrcu paroxysm of r.ige. wltn forchctd of snakes, nnd in its hand is a cobra. 'I he Wm. I 'ate, n miner, was nearly hilled made faiuiilnr through tho magazines for some jrnrs. And then he burst god has pleasure 111 n.I its by falling slate Ar HopUinsrillc Hnrret E. Mclvnight, out with an indictment of freo counfeatures, nnd the hand has a Hut thero are gods nnd poddies n prominent farmer, was served w 1th tries in general nnd Hngtnnd in parsuit tiled against ticular In nil directions. The chief tem- n notice to atmwer ' I uas in Knplsml but tnro year ple of this rock Is 130 feet square, mid him for S?o 000. Tho action was instihas 2(1 pillars rising to tho roof. Vftar tuted by Cul. Howie ou behalf nf his ago," ho went on, "the year of my rethe conquerors of other lands, mil the daughter Eunice Tho allegation U tirement. What did I sref Tho extreme of luxury nnd poverty. In no tourists from nil lands have chined, breach of promise. Tut: police force of Ilopklnsvillo part of Russia can you show me greatand defaced, and blasted, and ca ned made tm3 arrests during' the year 1601. er extravagance and greater misery. nway curios and momentos for on-- e I'lvo hundred and thirty-sevewcro Your (icoplo, I am told, ret meat oft-rnurns and homes, there are enough than ours. Are they better for it? triincemcnts left to detain one, ui'.eM Ncgroe and iM tvero whites. The look better, arc thoy more th (lues and costs assessed in the police Do th-he Is cautious, until ho is down manly, are they more will lor; to fulfill court amounted to S7.S10. 10. some of the malarias which cncotti'-sTilt: penalty for killing' quail nud and take their share in the destinies of this island, or get bitten with eoae of Our peasants work Yes, 1 felt tho chill v damp- phensnnts now is n Ono of from Ji their country? Its snakes hard and taxes are bight but except in toS?5. ness of the place, and left this cony-es- s A Xr.w Yoat: syndicate has com the big towns there is always enough of gods, this pandemonium of demons, this pantheon of IndilTerent dc t es, menced developing the eonnel coal bed to eat and for nrcessafy clothing and e sre doing more tlian yotl give us nnd cumo to the steps and Iciosil of Morgan county. This ia said to be olT upon the waters which rolleti and tho largest continuons area of canntl credit for In educating the com lug feneration ' London chronicle. flashed n round the steam yacht, t i.t coal known was waiting to return with u to lx Scott county during the year IsOl, (a woman's rights trosaan) Do As we stepped aboard, fourteen old citizens died, whoso com you sh have believe minds ttlled with tho Wols of !'io blncd nges were 1,141 years, or an nvor-ng- e the right of thai woman should man? bring' the equal tw M year, nf the number Elcphanta caves, I wa imprrsMl ai of about if let never before with tho thought t at William Mclarland was the youngest, down mi f.ir, she wants to any herself I don t see reason religion of twin man must have a being TS. and Ilei.J. oollcn was the nli she should lie prevented. N V. kind, then if ho has to eontr.rc nt oldest, being loii years old. eu-himself, and he must have a i III: county clerk of Grnos vuiiIiIt Helmets rrvuvtml fmtn I'omprll though ho mako it with his own hand. issued SI? licenses to marry during sre of iron and prncrally very plain. I rejoice to know the day n. Heme 1MU when the one Ood of the Lniverso will I'ouit children of Daniel White, eob Thoy t ere not made fur show, but fur be acknowledged throughout India. orcd, living at Williamson's station, ox I.brond-miiide, d ) onc-luiione-hald left-han- d n er y Horn-balie-W- ell, ?5&&$ MIE U. S. Government Chemists have reported, after nn examination of the different brands, thnt the ROYAL Baking Powder is absolutely pure, greatest in strength, and superior to all others. w .V. yt r)0VALDAKINarOWDEnC0MPANYi1MWALLT,NrW-V0nk- . i "I trot thot f nil tbo other a) day night HiotOI wlnl to slilrep mi tho step nv the dure, nu' didn't w like up till Hi' K"nl lnv Kim iliowiu' tne iihw lakers " .Mcllrhh 'Sum mmi isn't hlntnu him II was hot I'liiclunml looiiih ho wns luklii for" Trlliunc. Interesting natural phenomenon lu the hhnH of iicauv The external upon-- 1 Jisks (At Iho door lmpntlcntly)-"A- t" Ing to the subterranean cn cm Is almut ou all rcsidy, dour " Mrs. Jinks- -" AM "II mi un my bonnet." Jinks four feet Mrttarc, nnd opens into n spuoo uny nino feet IiIkIi mid twenty feet deep. Well, I've tliiie for two inoru cigars, T's llatar. I.nrjfo npertures loading downunrtl through solid roch iireiiuuieroiis In tho TiiossloviMitllHt-s.-He-"D- o vou think lloor of the Inti rior cavity. A stono Mr Poor's eiiKatfeinent to Miss I'limuiis ' Hho,,-dropped Into one of the openings pro- the nsult of loso ul llrst shdit I",look."-llos-on I daro to risk arwnd duces n clear, ringing such as llo HudgcU Is emitted by n boll, fstrcanis of Mowing Muter enn l distinctly heard at a 0.S.OO In 'allfornU distance below tho surface. Ou all Is price of dnublo berth In Tourist HlecHns; nre Uur fiom Kansas L'ltv on the Iuuiims sides of tho interior of the cavern Kxcurslons " raro nnd grotesque calcareous forma- 'Philllpsllix'k Island Tourist leave Kansas tions of Milngmllcsnnd stalactites. At Thrninili earn on fast trains Wishiesil.iys U t Worth nnd HI I'lty one end of the lurgc Interior cavern an 1'iiso, and Thiindajs via fteiile lloute. openiny evtends into the earth a dis- Write for imUeiilur to (1 .1 Hkos.IJ. tance already explored of over one A. A.Cirow Itulldlnir. Cliiclnnstl, t). Juus Htuvsriis, U P. A., Chicago. hundred feet. This nperturo Is comparatively small, nnd can only bo exA iwit'.s appetite) - for sdvrnttiro Is so tiuntrry lu uislrr ( plored by crawling on hands nnd atmnit lliat lm will News. knees. eieral snluiiblo nud unlquo satisfy Indian relies hnvo boon found, nnd It Is found l'lso's Oiro for Couseintv, I thought tu have been tho secreting tlouluvr unfailing medicine 1' II l.or, nn place of sumo onrty settlers from tho HkO Hcoll HI.. CuvlHKleu. Ky , Oct 1, isul. attacks of tho hostile tiibes. It Is n "Krdarwar-'t some rlisritv fob human curious fact that the newly discovered said I'm lo UU'ii. "dali eouldn' ls "- - WuahliiKtsn cave Is but a short distance from tlio uiuih Mar." cclebrnted I'enn's cuve. nnd IN exterto Ik curtsl of a rough us lrouwaut is similar. M. l.ouls nal II i:ellniif of llorehoiuid and Tar I'ike t rouiluk he Drop I mx' lu one minute. rrtmayllNnl. dor of Mmtilrr Workmen in iiiurrliiir stono at Wnddli's, a station on tlio llollcfon-- I tn In t cntra'. railroad, short distance from State follci,'o, I'a., discocrcd an 111 11 lri 11 - wuy.'-llariH- "' dl-l- 11 1 a- itefrs-ka.- v'lftim npu-niciue- e Olohc-lh-mocra- LOW-HAT- EXCURSION .lanuirj IA. ' Y01 s.st ) ' Si-ts- r and v 11 . I80S (n the nlavvo .Into tho MIKXOt'llI Y AY snd IIMIN Mllt'STAtN t'lHf llAII.tr ItiH'TR "III sell st half rats ('lu Ml from ft. Ihij, I'alm and Missouri Itlrrr ksIus I" all point nn IhrMr llrisi In Arbfiiaas, liulsUns, Imlodlug xmti flit U.o i; 1'., V A. i ; to all pmnta In Tots, Domini;, N" M , and I'is-o-a Vsllay Ktut in No Willaliii sell fron, srt'l thrnitlh ML I la tn pniuta la Missouri south sad wsat nt llarrisoovill: from sml Hir.iigh Nt. IHiia, ICaoaas City, leaven HI. ml ilmnlia t, worth, in KiBsat, ielirsa.a sn-- t 1 ninnui.,. pr imii tl.ulsrs rvjisrslin limit, lrtrll-- t sad fnrtlier tnf rmatloa ac Btar Mi-li- up I alwai gel ji see. wlieiieverahe flics "ir w'f" never rjtiar-rel- t Atlanta Journal J.ph stnjv-ov- n Ml II kt s.soU (louaral l'mtatt Agent, H. C. TOWSMR.SM), Hr. bn'is. tl, u !'' - Wrm - "Tlvi now ' This var n s that injrrtnt men raa live on leu tliau am Bio nicti " lluslvaoil "ttnl. mv b ar all of us lisien't w no who Use In'wsiJiiug ' UubuiiiM Times I le wire of (llniiiionta lor r.lsrrh tliat Contalx as iaTniry will san-ldrotroy tho srnse of " cBsrrll antl lompU-te'the wl.olo systssm when it ttiroutrti tlie B11. h srlk les stieu'il neer sarfsvs" tw nn pn rl41oiis f nun rej BlibtrehvaVians. iultie ilsrnapr tbcywilido U If n MJ toiae itvk! ymi mn possibly derive frw.o them IUH Catarrh Cute by K J t'heaey fit Vo .lol.ilo.O, anil Is tkrn lutrr-aallrnntaln no nrri-iirv- , a Una dirts tly rimn the MisM ul of tho system In buying y y chI-iiok 11 n-cji-sm- t d KXOWIiKDCB nd to peronal enjoyment nlien rlphtly used The many, who llo than otln rs and enjoy life more, with less cxHiiditure, by mote pniniptly adaitmg tlio wotld's Wtt jiroilucts tn the nocdi of t'iylral Udnp, will attest of the pure lumul tho value to laxative principles ciiiLnnicU in tho icmdy, Syrup of Iig. lu cxcrllroce is due lo lis prefentlPR jn tho form nuMt acirptablo and plrss- and truly tnt to the taate, the ffect lax.- beneficial inis'rtie of n stive ; effectually clcanting the aystem, dispelling eidds. hesdaches and fevers ami pernmiientiy curing constipation. It h given satisfaction to millions sml tact with the approval of the medial prnfeMhiu, lieortuso It act on the Kid Livrr and H.iwI without weak- enlng Uiem and it is tfcctly free from eveiy ohlrcti.itinMe niltance. P)fHp uf Fit is for wle by all drug rtrinp comfort and improvement tends olno It is uk en Internally and insdo Is Tolislo ithio, by V. J I'beMy &. C'o Teutt Bvvniflls rrfrT-sliin- tSTHtvld hy Dnunrtsts, price TV per lUU's r-nPill. J6 ceuU. Uro free betU. ' W.L.Douclas CI CUAf iw THE MARKETS. CISCl.s.SATL 1 cordovan; r four-dome- OtIAIN Nn McKvirwirscrs.. . lllsil'. f oinmua.. ........ rood p ii' Iters MII.M' KAMIIs hlptr IXHIT Aimer fmitljr ! UVK KTCO.- - B II J J It I i .... ' Win. I No VMS. .1 ('urn .Sa o.ita-Mo. rv.1 h'.-T- rrldit, hle IS'liaiio Medium teal .... lk PKuVI-Jii- Ss ,1 I I. c No. t sstssd ... Mr. Port. (Jslri- - M CpA i.ofi I 03 m o W . . . I'risre o cl.. I. AI'I'I.Ks IVrtiBI IsnATUKH-IVrkbl lit' I Kit I'rlrra alraas ressMry its ,OT t S3 ( Nbttib- - "What dl.l Mr Ivnovrsll write on card be fit la the bsset of Rowers! ' Ulaarae "ror Uie iree l'V tjrst ' ctlte "T horrid etstM has bought Uieia for huuMat - later Uivaa. Snilllrn liy O.ild nr llsmrs l(rssnni sore and Tho WldiH se to act IHM rly Ib'lwte Oirlr distn-ssml them in VU iruut ni.'lH-- Willi llosuior a Htoms.li Hitler, and al will be v lluierwise nernl I rk'lit'a i1lrw., ,h bete nr I'liniinniiriit. a, ,:,nn-- i n lis .. .1 , ,.1 at ,M; iris illes ill n til ami Barss, uil n lit I Una tx'ii.an ml ami;rn 1I1 - niidninal aj.i i.l, ivhu U jirninnte ,i tile aud a Rata In vicor and desh Tim frrndahin hetwnen tisnclrlsiistisl'r ease as s"ii is 11,, it loM rvrull g they kunv A '...-- u 1 "a n I tv, ghtsinCOeanifl Ui'tle,liiit ills il sr I Intis-ii-a- il,isia. - 11. liy the Califoniia Vi r'yrup Cv only, nli e name i irlntil on every pAekaKe. alo the name, rlyrup of Tig", and Iwin,; well infurmed, you will uot accep1. sny uliitutc if uilured. A N w K P. 1C3-- I KIII.SC TO ADVt'.ni ltr. Mala Ikal i aw U ....,. ..ii '..,,., NEW roiuj. . . r,r. isrns jHifrilnl la n.rsn ISU PIWR Wlstrr Nov rOKV-- No MT.-v-HIK-N- '.UAtS '?....' Wr.l Na I aaftBtt ml t adisst ctticAaa . .. pau-- s FOR ALL THE ILLS THAT , bw OT ilr 11 Hi PfWM GflN BRING L.AHUV-WM- Srrs I'm-'uc- Hj-d- e JA60BS It) OIL Evcrythios. j f nxit'R-Wtstrri8l- ols lill.MN n vrtMtstN'a. i no-trl- be-f.- rf tn-v.- lo COI SZ Nn. ilATs.- - Nn t IMHK- L.VKD-- .su-a- m PLOUll-PSHl- IlT UBAfN-VBt--Nv kea BrtM.. tf4 s CURE IS KING; AhKc wltlj ACHES i !... .... .. . . , 'V'A-rK.Vfi- EKy HALTIilOnii Core 1 LAltO-Hrflaed I Plfti rjrl FJft P W mm u Mixed - t s so CA CA1TI.K- iimis wrtiors rorn So. O.1U-N- 0. llrot qyallty INDlAKAfOLIS. S 9 slll n u u ?i i 11 4 : U i'i 41 11 unAIN-Wbnt- Na tmtied mlird To those who have never subscribed to ' ClHirMlf isms San-dow- y oar-lock- His grnndlj-picturesqu- e TEMPER SAVER n.sj-ligh- ' fl- -.. inrtl-colore- I j5j Je-ha- s - 1 Vfr t.PlBn H T ! sb mud-iton- C4B0330G-QtSeQOSQSCCO30a- wpstfsi -- s -- Wo wish to Mmw tlio pvut value that will bo given fnr tho tnunrjr expcmloil. In tho (lrt placi. tlio sMuptIno itcl( cannot 1k matchrd nnwhoro In tho world 14 to nmvo th., couiparn it w ith ttiv othor an to matfur tnoclollarn. If you w ter. lUustrutlons quality of pa(or, printinjr. eto Then, too, it Is mi (Icrslno.! an to Intort-n- t ovrry iiumhImt of tho family, wlurli innho-- i it rvallj-ailoomanino 111 0110 Iloro, then, is tho Urt J K) of tho Sis.00 inontloiird hIh.vo. Tho noxt 5 'H it ropri'M-ntoi- l by tlio rxiulMto jiroiniuui for the coinliiK your. Do Iou(;proVi ISoimh," which i tho most oxqulMto oil picturo that han c.or Ukon puhlhhotl. Golden Medical ami worth noaror $10.00 than trVOO. Thou comon a value of t.l 00, roproMMitod hy ffivhifr every lady render all tho pattern. hho ulshoa to use during tho year, and in faltH to&ult. A noel and important feature, Introduced Into DK.MOHKSTH jHirtruita MAUAZINKIaist April, It n I'ortinlt Album rI Iiijr eight i ihlnut-Hlz- e each mouth of tho world' celebrities ivlth a biographical isheteh of each pennon. per cent, nt all Knch year'noolleutiouof tilnely-i-lCrrs Nlnety-clgmen and women, portrnltn of diftUiid-hccases ot Consumption, In all Its when Invrtrd In tho Tortruit Album which wo can fiirutf.1i, formt a haiidvtmo Earlier Stages. ornament for tho homo, an well an a valuable ivuirco of Information and refer once, ti)terehtlii all memborn of tho family ami their friend. Tho collection Although ij many to be iiirura-I- r as many of Uicm. tlirre is llie rvidiure of jiundttds of would cost over a hundred dollars If mado In any other way, is inn nilnrases to tlic fuel tliat, in oil Its photographs uro very expensive, neither tlmo nor money Indng pand In making nlicr coiistiiiiitlou is a curable tho collection. If wo count each portrait at tlio low valuation of only W colitis it liscasc Not excrycase, but ii taige fri believe, f would mako $21 00 worth w ith your coming year' magazines; ami If you nro n mtJee 0 nd, and t Drr itnt aie cured liy Ilr I'ieicc'b Culdiu now biibxcrlbor and wlMi to commmco your collection from tho llrntuopub ilcdiral Discovery, even after Hie disease llshed, wo will you tho llfty-sialready Unued, and theo flftyftlx at 2.1 us progressed so f.ir as to Induce tcpe.ilt il deediiis (rum the lungs, severe Hngeting eonts each would mako another M I 00. Summing up all tho iiIkivo, you have t ouch Willi copious csricctoriiliou liiirlml. value of Sjm.oo for only 'J lie follow ing llfty-slI'ortrnlta wero published UC tubciriilar uiatter), crcat loss of flesh in tho Inst olumo, which new will Ik entitled lo freo. The ninety ind eitrcnie riuacutioii and weakness. Do you doubt that liiiuilieiU of such rases Mx for the coming year will Include name an well know n nt those already given. rported to 113 as cured by "(ioldcn Mcil ind Disioverv " were kciiuEiic cases of tlit iltr-- d and fatil disease ? You need not talc llnlirrl llrnunlns. llrrbrrt Wpenrer, uur word for it. They have, in ueaily eery Mhfilirtirnr. . l'urkhnrtt, IMwIn ll.nh, Aiittianlrt Unu Ih'irn, IIr. Chitrlr) instance, been to pronounced by tlir best firiimt- - . llrnrj Wuril llrfchrr (Jrurrnl Nlirrmmi, Jt. itid most experienced home plij urian, Hll.tn II. Aliilinity, I'MilrirM llro.ikf, lhllli who have 110 interest whatever In luls llMtrtrt Itrrrhrr Ntou, AIiihIiiiiu l.lnniliit Until it, cprcsentlnc tliem, and who were oflen llllr. l'miiiu CilUr, ICtilpli U'liMn l.utriii Cniinl l.riiTnl.tnl, stronidy titcjudiccd nnd advised against (Irnrrtil OrHttl, lltliim II., Iniprrorofntrmtny, tlrtmiJrr Oiimn. rrr, a trial of "Golden Medical Discovery," llpiirnil Mhrrlilnn, Ali'lillitll'r ii milt, itU, I'rliire HUniitrrk, but who have been forced to confess that WlUlnm M. I'.XHtt; IrlTrrxin, Almilrr 1., Ui i I! at Huti it suipasses, hi curative power over thU (MUrr W. llolmrB, I.ik r Nlnnr, lrtlniulf Itri1inf rr Clrt rlHiid. ratal malady, all other niidu iiu-uilli Will hint I.) no Itton, Mi . (Irut .iiult(tn llnniipnrtr, WHICH tuey oie acrjiialinrii Iluutlfl, r.aMv con I'mprrv tlirihlB, Hr. Thu.. lie WIllTMlmtitfr, llnirrnnr MrKlnlrjr, ' and I'llvMbrth Ciitly Utttntn, tfiil.n Kiukln, liver oil mid its filthy "emulsions Jltiiltlone, Wllllmn uilxtiites, had been tiled in neatly all these .lrllnu I'iiIII, llfttrlk Ihara, lUrh, Vm. IVnn, IIJKn llurnflt. l!rl of llrhrrj', eases and had either utterly failed to bene I, till Ko.tiitli, Itrtiry Inlntr, fit, or had only eeciued to benefit a little for Phort Vary, A llr Citry, l.llrn Terry, Vtt nnl, n elicit tunc Hztract of malt, whiskey, 1 Henry W. I.onsrrllow, 'I hnmi A, IMUnn. and various preparations of the liypoplios-phlte- s Mmt. rmniu l!mnrt(nrri rUtulirlh lliirrrtl llrimnlnv, llfiiry t, Nlunlry, had ulso been faithfully tiled In vain The photographs of a larfc number nf those cured of consumption, bronchitis, YtARLY SUBSCRIPTION, $2.00. SINGLE COPIES, 20 GENTS. lingering coughs, asthma, clnonic nasal catarrh and kindred maladies, have been osoosoGooaoo skillfully reproduced In a book of 160 AdJrcts pages wbiih Mill be mailed lo you, 011 te- celnt of addiess and nix cents III itamps. th Publisher, Addtcfis for Itook, Woilil's Dispetmuiy Medical Association, IhilTalo, N Y. LOU1SVII.I.K. riL'K Winter patent UltAIN- '- Vbrt -- No. 1 red DEMOREST'S . . . FAMILY MAGAZINE Oh. MmJ lliltli. ra Miss I.AHl)-Slea- orn Vlitil . . M n Dr. PIERCE'S DISCOVERY ht x d ri bubsi-riN'r- 111 llr. 1 1 1 ilrh s 1 ' W. JENNINGS DEM0REST, CLOVER SEED ll 1 15 EAST i.i th STREET, NEW YORK. d ZSrit you arc unaciimlntcil with UHAIOKUST'S FAMILY MAOAZING, send to cents for a sample copy, which nniouut you may then deduct from the gubscrl4Roii price If you subscribe,