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' '- 1 ' J ; n-- S. iPakltahed Every Friday by GEORGE AVARUEN, Itll 4oor i i IO n 4wr mVCf wf ., XMuaaa, lEtataeky. M-JMt- -"THE ,- Ml ItTMt Ollf IUU ' ' i " " W HICKMAN . --Tr""" l T " :J i I,. ., . -- a. - - 'ST ? '' ' . QIOROP WARREN, JAA C. "WHARN, Kdltor. AMlatani Kdltor t ? - : Rv narm Jlr!c : f Subscrlpllon, 91. oh ESTABLISHED FUfTY-THIJtD 1850. ,,',.--' !)! v 81 vr " THE. OLDEST KEW8PAr ' ' ' Jg HICKMAN, JTULTON CQUgTYt I fgf SI- ' i JSC'E8TE11W ' 1 """" ' GOmmW'- .jaJV . ... .PINE JOB PRINTING' . - ., KENTUCKY. - . , t j, . . BILLHEADS, . ENVELOPES, LETTER HEADS "ETC- - jgf ., FRIDAY, GRAY . - invitations, ETC- MAKOII 1, 1895. A . VOL. XXX. CONDITION by the 1SQ. 16. K oai,l vwk bs, - " - vrmUy Tub Art muaeum of lkytton la fotlttn t In Ihp brquaalH loft to It. Only to .W,(XX C0NGKESS. aQonil Sftilon. -S- FRED DOUGLASS. ttrmailialils l)rlh of Thr NiiIpiI olnrrO tailrr t I'allnrr " HI Humr, ll-r- r,TREUNERAL. - r ciimpmai SHAKEN REED. OF'THB-IRGA-JUn- KXTUCRY' STATE NEVf. r. wmoa another Icjfncy of a Hko nniomit from tho Into W, W. Wnrron for tli purolioMS of modern Anierl.'nn n!ct urcs. wtia rucolvcd mul now Keinarhable Maa t (ttJiul (lathering- of the Colored BaeasV of Miihliigloti lo fay Tvlbnle loFred.rl llonlAi,. Wi'KHiNnifitr, Feb. 21 if ST 'I'iihik were only 3,000,000 nonff birds Ulllra latt year for tho purioM of irtornlnff Moment lmtH with their Iiliunatrei If tho fmdilon of wciirlnp leather had Ihc inorg generally .l tho nuinVr mlsht have reaohod y ,j;fo,ooo. fol-lor- I' Mr -- j. l reiiorti'il to hare dn up an old fosMl which auppllva tho link lon mlwlnff lctwccn tho monkey and Urn an. It la claimed lhat;thln Kenhia haa about tho broln maw of two-thlr- Jmi A Kunoi i: ix army urpeon located In VaHIuiToi, Ptb M Joni free talnsfR bill trim tskra up liy a vole if St lolT TuwOar Xtr ll (ilni) WK)inadea lunir abla nj eloquent sprrch In the drlin of the (ircnident and tilt nrfntnry of the trrss urjr In Iba mailer nf I he sale of the I1("0 0 of per tent bond for boM. After Mr Vll' iwrrh Mr. l'latl (rep , C't ) nindo a pptrtb agalimt thr- sliver bill Itsflf An rltort M made by Mr J(ii'to bate a lime fixed for laVIn a final tote on Hie bill but as lis an topotiljtn refuted tn fix any time, the debate went on until K p. m , when the srnate adjourn ed until Wrdnfiu.ay, day spent In ronldr atlon of the natal appropriation bill without vAT-Tlie - r a man, t0 harehlid Ucthuljioat human nd lrt Iihyo walked. oiTttro Icjfa. kiL v. vr W iffit.tfcft-r.'ayttfrfi.tfp&- h k H-- ."rsrs)gi ?' $r " if '" iij. ', aealth lately and had showed unusual No arflgor for ono of hi year rangement, she said, had been made for hi funeral It Is n singular fact In connection the death of Mr. Douglass that .ho ery last hour of his life wero rltcu inattention to ono of thcprln-:lple- a to which he ha devoted hi rnerglca since hi cscapo from slavery. Mr Jlouglass was a regular enrolled luon tin fal c4 jent I nays 31 Vid lb- - ! member of the National Woman' buf " red an amendment for Ihe ersd Mr lo r Thk centenary of (Jetirgo I'eabodr, .I ata' dnult tit of dj,nrinUn.l onal trhtoll frugo nvtoclrtlion, and has always at- who waa lorn at Danfer Mhm. lVb, llbtnilienaii (Utee)eri ir two e.r .otidcd it contentious. ruary 1, I7!'S, wnn eelebrated at vaf IterlliSn tu li..'inblll pti pusM jcir, Fred Douglass, who hn been for Itht as ThchotisrdeirtiHl mo-- t of Taura-da- y loua place In Oil country ami In t Ut tlio, nmtldtrailon lle t nate amend-ent- anlf n century assuredly In the foro land. 'I ho public gift he l.tn''til li (a eontultr and rflplomatle for then oiost ranks of the ornlors of his race, with auoh a geucrou hand nn )trt Wll apprtiptlalinf bad just completed his seventy-eight- h ilUcrlmlnatlon amounted In all to , ton.trtxUcM! et a ealds 'm Iho llatrnllan fenr. and, after hla many vicissitudes, osrrp lo Ineludlug large Mima to llbrnt-le- a, talatds. The motion In I hiiou to IS The lied seemingly hi excellent Health, tfa0tV, loot 114 lfc rablf srceeduicat ctillege, edueavion In tho anuthtrn rineral detlclcncy bill Ihn lat of the aot ninny miles' distant .from tho atatc and model lodging houtca iu bills to U pa't'd liy Ibe houit foutity.'on the eastern shore of Mary-.anAn amend le teJli. Ihrnrameup. II ear loudon. "where he waa lorn a slave in mtnttepay trt.ii It ((ret llrltaln on ac- February ls!7. award of thnl'art .. fit Y a hundred scheinea havo count of Ibe llcbrlnc Hit. tinrlv mnklnrlnir nf thn fcbltt ear ot tthnnl nctlon TtM ehiin. ,' liren devised for titiiiring culm, tne. lL day well ntrin culoile. on the lalo rri T pentcr's trnib. Ill whloh bo worked for Sens-t.pent name of tho One dust or refuse of coal ritpekbrldtr of Mlrhlna Uin benefit of hla owner. Col. Lloyd, I pn vJil .nillori. against. 2!S,'S ta'nd BTr"''.i"fTtu.JUt "'"P " r..ilttt.n v leader. MIX: UULUIliauiiK L' ti that laaltlmxsl fnusi tho utiuur.Manr Mill . . .. M.,.M.U. i..K.i.l&iti at sr.trtr II ....w..rtAie.iit-iiKi- f. . .w tmnniMnw' :, it..trtMiwtjTTi linn ktjuic v l lor a dashing HIKTopen-nenrtc..uu.v .U....w r ..u.v .au i,r. nd I " can be repalrf. ' af , frld.r InlrodurpJ aa amendment lo the g Irlendsnip wun for blm nnd tho administration he has .Mr. Heed, having shown that he Is by citizen. We'hate tf 'these schemea liawj pnived useless. auadry chit bill II provide simply for th rape fnm slavery In 115. assisted stories of hi " It la now atiggeated that electrical Immetllal rt at of all aels under blch Ihe therein by William Lloyd Garrison nnd tho decensed, anil then Ming two signalized tho separation by a fighter. an incongruous currency system, from .,-?- ". nature a brnre and spirited ' w.v ... power plant t estnbliihcd nt all coal proiildent l now authoritei 10 istue j which may cause tho presi- now seeks the advantages of n shrewd which relief might have been airnrtlcd cu...r...u., jthcr noted nbolltlonlsts of that day, requiem solo. .tcntl'innf the ?nsl waa taVen ill together with 111 mine where culm accumulates, and trimmer. What is common to lxtl ca- but for a stupid neglect of proper legis emtio committee. stalwart crusade Mr. Douglass and the children and dent infinite troublo and annoyance. nt Thk Montgomery county grand jury that it be used aa fuel for generating almott rtclul elr with the conlderatlon The amendment ho has Introduced reers, whnt was fatal iu one nnd is full lation. Public gainst shivery, and his later lcctnrlng other relatives of her husband filed Indian appropriation W.I and cl when sevent) seven Indictments jxiwer, which could then be convened the on the part of the present con- returned thetenilasd) urn' t at A si that bill taller tours in Kurope, and subsequent event out of the church nnd remained In a covers tho entire issue between the ad- of peril forthe other, is the contraby wire to neighliorittg cities. inr-- . .Ut m ihc detotrd to tl) waa far from before and Mnce. tlte emancipation of rtKtm below until tho congregation ministration and congross. If it car- diction lietween the renl character and gress, but it goes, back to the original during its recent "a Joe. T. Dmt, the Madison county rnlnhed ant prepntien,h-,- t wide prom- hud departed. Then the remains wero ries It will load down tho most Import- that assumed. Mr. Illaltie could not cause of existing difficulties nnd find Saiur- - tlavcry, gato lilm a world who was supposed to AcconniMl to the American Ship- tei i w, emit . (ore Iho ad)itnoienl coutent) was inence that few of his raco havo en-- borne U the hearse by eight colored ant of the appropriation bills with a w in the confidence due to a bold leader it in legislation ennctc by the party school teacher drowned in Silver builder, tho largo thlpbulldora, llui. rtT irciultlrHr elunsnlniouff ed. with an objection freni Mr letter ctrrlcrs. nnd nfter tho family, clause to which it Is not deemed pos- liecaust at heart he wns not one, und which so long had tho control of out havo been ago, hns turned up 'Creek fttstriptty hsgatlt in anland A WoIlT, llelfaat, Ireland, who (Imndler I re a V II ) These, which may bo mid to bo a friend nnd others had entered tho car- sible the president will give his asent. Mr. HcM cannot gain by the arts of national affairs. At the critical junc- some time III. tut. Ileortf Wathlnitten'a birthday was feature of tho biographical history of riages waiting for them, the funeral built the MajetJo and Teutonic, pay . If he should sign the bill with thl the tricky politician even the advan ture encountered with the failure ol other part of tho county, and is sltlloe school on Pnssey Ridge, about 17 il rlvcrtcr t week; pattern rrUbrated by Ibe houto I rlday by from a to J tho country, arc of course widely procession moved to the Pennsylvania provision, the president would render tagc they are capable of giving because the house to pass the Springer bill Ihlrtfenhour. withaiceet. i makers, fCST. per weekj platers the I'tltM hlms'lf helpless In the face of tho fur- at heart he despises them and Is un- or any other financial measure promis- three miles from Valloyylew., II oclxck known. The later Intidents of his life, rnllroad station, where the casket wa ctlor It armblel at A offick w as established at tame, nnd flttcra $a.J7 lo t8.0a Mora titnler Ihs order niada Tbuiday and Including the ofllcial positions he has placed on board the funeral train. ther inroads upon the .gold reserve and fitted for them. This fact, so obt Ions ing relief, the one dependence left was Calloway, comity, nqd Romlrlda rtenlnt al l W. The tlav'a than twice theao atunt are imld In thl of the deficit in the" treasury, which to those whose observation Is unprej- the executive branch of the governState mnrshal nnd aftas of In thFdond SALE. piot ws.wcuplPl thn Ihp ccmxlderutlon SO. held l'nlted country to tho same tradea, and It I now seems Inevitable. He would act udiced. It Is probably too late for Mr. ment. It is tlio avowed policy of the ulus A. Phillips "was "appointed, posterward a recorder of deeds of thl year ending Jimp den. leney bill Inr . no wonder that merchant ahlp aro the which w at tftgun Thursday Thero pre district, his foreign mlsIons to Haytl Much !!. ointment la F.aprpsaed by th. with the certainty of being compelled Reed to recognize. Hut If he could get 1 president to maintain the credit of the master. 1SW I Iddera. Joiiv Yot'Nri, colored, under sentenco built abroad instead of in thl country, to call congress together In extra ses- himself Into the frame of mind habitu- nation at all costs and by every means nnd Snn Domlnco and his editorial w4 matters which sate rle to ritended to be hanged for murder March J5, 1 he nr.t wa Ihp irarapli appropriatwith such a wido dlsorepaucy In tho Nrw YonK, Fob.' 20. A good deal of sion tery soon after adjournment and al with him only a short )ear ago, at his command. labors In this city mndohim personally ld bv ihs ailornej ccnpral ing M w o lobe cost for lalor Thi policy has been pursued, and escaped from Jail nt HrownsviUe. It h to thousands of cltlrcp of tho disappointment was expressed Monday thro himself upon the mercy of a hos- there aro some things that wc should for oipei.se In enforclnx Iho order of United known venture to call to his attention w ith the vital necessity to whfch it is re- believed friends on the outside nldod. by unsuccessful bidders for the new tile minority. courts for th prtiteeilon of proicrly In district. A loiiot of the enormous sum of state With the power to lsuo bonds unthe hope th.it It would not be in vain sponsive has been met. The treasury Jailer Lindsay nt the time of tho cscapo In 1S73 Fred Douglass was elected Iwnds w hen thoy w ere allotted. SpecIbe handt ot receiver ittrlny tne rauroiu money that IIiimIii la pouring Into tho true rf tnt summer One of these Is that on the currency reserve w 111 not be fatally Impaired so was absent from tho jail endeavoring presidential elictor at large for tho ulators, or those suspected of an Inten- touched the administration can defy -- sgtATE Therroli-ti- l Wasiiisi tot feb. Mberian railroad may lc got from tlio state of New York where ho w a then tion to speculnto in their purchase, congress but shorn of this prerogative. question the tendency of public opinion longns existing luw under which he o get signers to a petition for n comou pitrt SPtlon wa eonsldirably itsiicontly published figure of the llnan-el- lpcsrd ot paiurd.ir by Ihr action Of the senate residing and was appointed to carry wero not git en any bonds. Over 400 It Is rendered helpless In tho hands of In the Fntted States for the past twen- acts remain In force. Congress mny bo mutation. budget for In'JV In that docu on the pwllH bill Wh.lulbe Indian bill was the tote of tho state to Washington. ty )ears has been distinctly tow anl delinquent, but the president can bo Pt.ni wo- - count)' (ax Jovy for tho notices wero sent to bidders politely Its enemies. f mint the estimate for the Siberian un.wr Mr honest money, which is the snmo as relied upon, so long ns his power Is present) ear is, for turnptkes47i cents, , If, on the other hand, the president illcul Indian llutler motedlolij allo Of recent year hn has nlways been declining their offers. bill and Ue up Iho prolrailroad proju-- r for 18W I SSl.Srtl ooo Indirmallt Hie movements having In It Is understood that, after placing follows his Inclinations and vetoes the saying, in the conditions pretnlling equal to the demands of the recurring pauper 0 cents, county lev)? tax OK llutler s prominent Innll wa culled on Ihe t and for work auxiliary to that rail ine lull hirii wmililefoAied ten Mr nsts I view the social and fully a third of $31,000,000 bonds bill containing the obnoxious provis toward gold payments. 'Ibis Is shown financial exigency- .- Detroit Free Press. cents on tho 8100, and poll tax 81.30. SI ..,.ii,.n road SI.S71.O0O- - say, a total of twenty The Indian bill w umI ndtheundrycltll here where they would do the ion, he kills an appropriation nut, by the fnct that, though tho Issue has A vt i of coal seven feet In thlckne-of women, and no later than POINTERS. PARAGRAPHIC llvo and a half million dollars. Tan till) w uVcn up and then Informally Isld Tuesday afternoon was a weleomo at- most good In holding the foreign exthe failure of which makes an early neter been clearly toted on. the more has been discovered near G ate wood, in congress near.y It has been presented, the uioro plterejl a rrsolutlon estimate fT IS4 for theo Item wa aside Mr tendant at tho session of tho Wonnn' change market n check, the remainder session of tho Fifty-fourt-h If the republican party is sound Daviess county. lliatoul of retpret in Iho- inruior) of National council, whero ho was lion were apportioned equally between na- unavoidable. and a decided hns opinion bten in the on the money question, not one of Its babies 17.i000 aliout forty-threIt is said that Krederlck Imulaa tit- remain If the laie having bank half million In two jenra. Mills said Immediately aftor right direction. If it were possible foremost presidential aspirants has In tho state penitentiary. ' Three, were the platform rotunda Senator tional bank applicants,, 1ermltted to Ilo In state In the cnpltol Immed- sred with a sent on Mr l'rtilirrcw anked for the Siindat Fred Douglass was murried twice, and similar nonspcculattvo Investor, he had introduced hi amendment that now to put the question to the pott- the courage to say so. Ixmbivillo born Inside thn Wnli-jt was his intention to force it to a vote. le, unobscured and uuconfused, the an- urnal. ration ol Attomilo to tho ortlclal atatlatlcs if iate runaltli niado h the rrtolutlou.but objec-iln- )n his sicond wife being Miss Pitts, a and dealers of the first grade. '1 ho. state board of equalization has (dem Md Mr Oorniali mi homes nnd mortgages In tho lie overwhelmingly for farms, It is currently reported that the Robbery. swer would wltn a special white woman from Nework state, From now ou the people cannot gone far enough In Its woiUqn tho last wenrover In Stntca, of tho 12UM families and It Ihe ncpatc thenaecordanee lo ealocles on who was a clerk In tho recorder's ofllco leading house In the government bond Searcey toiifee to the Train 23. As honest money. The net point to be United littered order hold the democratic party responsible usscssment to rcauh tlio conclusion Stimoiu., C. II.. Va., Fob. In thl country, t.077 7l occupy farm the tleaihoi tho lnte Itcpretentallvo (leorco while ho held thnt position. This for market, Messrs. Ilnrvey, Flsk A Sons, predicted Thursday, Searcey, the ac- noted Is that there is a tery powerful for olth r the omissions or the couimls-siom- - that property In tho statu has not, as n home In tho cit- 11 Mm nf W ieonlu and 7,03I.73 occupy current of events tending to force this a bid for the entire amount of a lost him some caste among tho ot the senate of the United rule, been assessed for, more than CO ii,i :,aii. r urn brief routine motnlnir time nf his own race, but his per- undo ottered in this country, and complice of Morgan field, was put on Issue directly upon tlte country. Wc ies, town and Tillage. Of the total bonds per cent, of Its value, butlnt ss the houte went Into f ormnlltCT of the the stand Friday and confessed the have paltered w Ith It, compromised it, Mali v Albnn) Argus. 47.80 per cent, own their farm and v.t,lenn.l rrnumisl tho cou.tileratlonoi tne sonal standlug and oterpowerlng in were uwurded about M.OOO.OOO, or 12 Tnr. mayor nnd city attorney of The pliability of Gov. MeKlnley train robbery. Searcey declared deferred it, over and over again. At Aquis homes and f.5.50. per cent, pay rent. It d.'IVIer.r bl'L While a series of rraenitnienla tellectually rtulckly dissipated tlio per cent, of their subscription. and Morganfleld were alone etery successive stago thi result hns in h tariff views may cause their 'bw ensboro havo appointed a eiunmltI ahown that 72.0S per cent, of thn lo Ktn otl M cm u.utlon lo various employe sentiment. l'hls firm was the selling agent of L that he hold-up- , hr.n'tnir nltotrether before tho next Ice to confer with the county judge Iwlntr adopted. Mr Dlnsley and In a straight been more disastrous. The farm or home wo wholly free from of tho tumult was He was ono of tho most distinguished- - tho previous sjndlcate, and so far as trulltv of tho nouis with a view to purchasing tho turn mildly aralnt Ihc prodlBal liberal-It- ) Incumbrance. Tho mortgage, on tho protetted was hrlnif shqsn I ihn matter of looking men thnt appeared on tho thor- known' It turned into the subtreasury forward manner tiescrioeti now is was half cowardly hesitation iu taking the natitiiial republican convention pikes that untor the city and malt which meeting. Wushlngton News. Ho was for account of tho present syndicate a carried out, and tho escape of himself final step, pa) lug our demand notes Its capital. farms and home represent but .17.10 volhiii mini compensation lo employes oughfares of tho - -- A Reed shaken by the wind in ing them free. Morganfleld kept onuu Xut ull in gold, nnd destroying MWATr -- Mondar kindly disposed to all, courteous ana larger amount of gtld than any other and Morganfleld. per cent, of tho vnluo of tho property. U'tsiiiKUTOS. foU. t Tu rub nro more prisoner In tht national the Amendment l tho sundry civil bill yes fixed on Searcey while testifying, forever tho Inst excuse for tloubtijig tho first struggle between of gentle bearing, and by all alike, firm or Institution. These facts, tolib lie Nelson county Jail, at present than nl for Ihn coudemiiailiia and purchase of creed, gether with tho magnitude of the bid at times was evidently laboring the ubsolutc honesty of the nation, housty and national shame jv llMPilton WlI.t.IAM has conferred tho on uafa)ttn white and black, or of whutevcr logging my other time in the history of tin of Kaglo upon tho thn all whlolithe lllalnn house, leasci oy .Mrs. religion or rnce, tho now of his death linn' Md, would account for IU re- tnder strpng excitement, jk 'collar of the lllaek has cot us, literally, two thousand poor presidential timber when ha nlresdy county .The jail, la not, lurKtenougV- ta.iiiar, ou. Oliltjaitit Herald. to a will bo met with only genuine regret, ceiving a largo proportion of the of Japan, and tho star llUlnofor a term of ninely-nln- o mill Ions of dollars in taxes and millions ' r emperor Ked Jitglu Uppn Viscount ayndlcam which propoe lo buildjrsra twenty prisoners, int Economy. St. Patrick's a H looks nt, H there wnsnq,way ot lu accommodate ami more In business losses. If tho Ameriof. tho Iximls. New York hc number, thejafler hai $ew,Yoi.k, Feb-T(Irabhlnc Our tloud In London. to Hon Camrron'a bonds wnnty representatives pt the Ancient can people onco clearly understand placating , the republican press 'The present AoitL In conferring a decoration upon licit(Sorman prpsentod a houe, wa adotted. Ou the stock exchange the new purtlal aureement of been compelled to parole several o Mr Lq.MMV, Teb. 21. Messrs. N. M. mikado, tho Ocnnan ompcror ivitli n swlftuess able editors complained becuuso of tho the arc quoted at U'iii. Order of Hibernians deckled Thursday this, they will act' the conferees on tho District of Columbia apof'gqld, nnd now when It Is 'bciii. In kind of courtesy extended to propriation bill. It wnaeondratden lhj Items Rothschild S. boil, Wednesday Josi-mght at a meeting held' In Ledwlth and decision thut nothing can with deportation a bond sale piomlsos to IlLEiisor, of Lincoln countv tlio'new American loan ha SwriT Head May Ho Saved. of Japan. A of anteeinf nt. ant a further coi ference ordered hAif-el-f reported thnt by tho emperor stand. In that day tho leader they - The nundr) Though lTrMnuituu, Pa., Feb. 26. Maj. hall that, on Bcconnt of so many mem- will chooM! will not bo a trimmer or a return all the treasure that has gone lind two felons on one of hi hands a..' proved a collossal success. that on the Iteii .till In queitlon.-lljcnllent few Week ago It was announcod n civil bill wa then UVcaup Willis T. bow anl. who is under sen bers of the drder being out of employ- schemer. They will not choose him for abroad within sl' months they nre his wife was Lathing them with tut ho opening of subscription only tho Jnpaneso ruler had bestow ed tho had been mado when Ihe acnaie took a Wednesday morning tho amount tence of death In Honolulu, for con- ment,- It will bo Inadvisable to cele- his skill In dodging issues or evndlng fairly frothing with Indignation. I pontine, when tint bandages were .frChrysan- re (Irnnd Order of thn Imperial it till socio k uited from it match with which ho wni hn the republic, haa brate SL Patrick's birthday this year ttllottetl to themum upon tho emperor of Ocrmany llorsa In the hoje. after much filibuster sf tho loan twenty timesI'nrope Intth spiracy to overthrowfriends In Pennsyl-tunl- bv a parade. Instead they will have a difficulties They will take the man Kansas City Times. lighting his pipe. 'Iho fingers wen y mcr bill wa tued and been covered ti large numlier of ueneral -The man who hns lost more by burned to the bone, iu recognition of tho military am Iiil tho they think they can trust because ho Morwill rtl si ettra month who are making an effort to carnival and games In Sttlscr' Harlem naval instruction gitcntotho Japan-e's- e Hit congriMstrrn The aiiondinmit totytUo with them and with Mesrs. J. b. has not failed thorn 'I here was a time the recent development In congress on .Us. T h'Mll.l, of Randvtlte, I.cvvli Hlver park. talari for clerk. thli death sentence commuted. gan .t Co. have by flerman olllrer. when Mr Reed had given reason for the financial quustitui than any other :ounty. has been grmited n renew a' tr llehrlpK SCi awant wnA ileteAled ) there U 1 arthquake Miticlt. Lately he has is Thomas H. Heed. Mich confidence in him I'tir n Heller t'ty. Ward MeAlll.ter Waa Not Wealthy. his pension lllid, Ace. I lift enrs. friend of sound man who has the Feb. 2ft. A distinct' shock St Al.iiioinu tho larger retail stores of Nw Yohii, Feb. 23. Loulso McAl- unpaired it Yet a rtcognizo wherein hardly u real Ik; ho democrat money iu Tnr ComplH-l-l coanty jail 'his bcci Wamiimitov, Feb. 21. So far as tho Feb. Sd. Kittle K.miwiiii-- U'enn or repub this count r), of earthquake was felt In the suburban lister, daughter of the lato Ward Mc- courago fniiikl) to Now York employ dctecthes during grand Jury. will bo Is concerned, tho firmly lit an, who is not ready to thank (ind ondimned by the miles west Allister, Pocvinl-rr- , and atlll count uion losing Ileusou, tMorcd, of Gr?en edtinty, Is house increased by thu naty ha applied for letters of ad- he is w long ami prompt.) and construction town of Klrkwood, fifteen Tin town trustees of F.ilrvlew.T'i't good deal by theft, fuw of them con. klctul, agod 115 years, bhe I"Ut all further btttlo ships und nlno torpedo ..f here, nt a o'clock Monday morning. ministration before Surrogate Fitrgcr to put himself in the right Is not a man that Grover Cleveland Instead of Tom county have passed nn ordinance ro a was n if three Honestly. Mr Heed, we Heed ts president of tho l niteil Stutes A number of families were nwakened aid. The deceased, according to tho to discard tlnno tho policy beyond tho holiday. her llfu In tho snmeIn vicinity of 1812, ooats. At tho clo-- o of four days' quiring telephone and telegruph com thu war Louisville Courier-Journwas of sufll-cli'- petition, left his widow, Sarah McAl- beltet tli"t "in hive still a chance and alltersmUh keep their cook for the soldiers Jeweler i pav a license of S100 nn the bill making appro- by the vibration, which nauies k articles In safe places and roll used from bondage before tho priations for the democratic tariff pol- erectingto and operating lines wlth't to shako window and rat- lister, tho petitioner, Louise force I'nder the N Y Times. most valuable imvy and natal estabot posts were of the treasury, tho of trusted salesmen, civil war for a box of tobnoeo. under tho caro McAllister, jr., tho town. lishment for tho tear ending June 30, tle crockeri'ttheHundred - Mr McKinh) said recently. "We icy tho secretary ' (fiiv.MatthpHa Mln. ground. ; nml In the best of thejo house every and Hay ward 11. McAllister, as surviv- wnsl f.irv Un markets for our products chairman of tho sejiute committee on the measure loosened III PltlsoM lis have accumulated In suo tho houso pns-eof the house Two light reputation by Sit .Iho caucus MH S. KiiiANtPOI.ts. Feb. , TtrmrVWnsh salesman. U known by binlthlnii'1 w as left, and the in tint lockup the and manufactures but finance und the chairman fiom Mondns niirht of the republican mem practically ns it wus reported by by a shocks of earthquake were felt hero or. No'real estatedoes not exceed tho of agriculture of a home market." He committee on ways and means havo number authorities hive at tho firm, and ninny have benn concluded te distant, personal property Edward I.auterbach not at the loss plurea. bersoftlte Legislature toted bi 57 to mmmlttro, nften having refused, e und positive terms that the each stated In plain and nt humner, tw eh o miles j cnr In their ten to twenty-fivstun of'l0,00a 10'J tp 07, to recommit thu bill, work them on the streets, and' tht die not go on 'o explain, however, how r their nut Ion rclntlto rote of Poiiti.sSii, Ore., Feb. 20. Threo Any m.in coming from such it hoiiho i)7 thnt tho revenues are and will bo am tpon .motion by ..lr Sabers (dom , t,hocUs of earthquako w ero experienced represented Ward McAllister, Jr., nnd ou sin plus pioduets nre to Ihs disposed plo to meet the current expenses of the town marshal Is negotiating for bulb 1st. of L, to thktng tho.pjolntlng,,iiower with ft proper reccommenunvum nnd chnliis to th it end. l'e ), with instructions to strlko out In this city butween 4:30 and 5 o'clock Aiulerson, Ho viand' .t Murray ap- nf It takes at least two nations to eminent. These uro honorable and sure of n new plao, and tho jircssuro trustee out of the lmnds of tho gov- .ho provision for tho battlo ships. peared for the petitioner. Cvt nvvMt. county has secured from male commerce, nnd wucaii .is easily got ,' ""Monday mortilng. intelligent gentlemen whose stateernor. to get In Ib great. tie s'mt out from Europe aswu lan shut government Sl.mo for tho use In Dancer of Lynching-- . ments are entitled to respectful consid- tho conrt hottso and other public prop A Minister antt a I.eijl.litor 1 IrIiI. r enisle Colter; lltirnetl. I nllpctor Kearna Itemoved. e tho Eurtc out And why does Mr. oil eration Knnsdst'ity 'limes. Pkohia, IlL, Feb. 23. To ccape Somb of1 the recently dtseoturcd terRev. J. V. Hea' ItiitMiNnli.-- , Ala. Feb. PiiTMiLKiui', Feb. 20. Kditard Pa., Fop. SV The Thu college i go back to the tariff and put lynched by the Infuriated farmer. racotta statuette unearthed in tho iPiTTsimnnii, responds rrty duriug the war. Cleveland A. Vanhoose, meanma) or of lllrmlnghnm, located rovenuo collector at ijelipila cities, both of Grecco nnd ver I'cmalo college, by (Ire at at Heaver, ailed upon Hon. U. Will John, w)to Kearns, jntciiia Monday rcmotedfrom Albert Wallace, who murdered hi sis- t io financial problems with the Is wis- very President to the action of the Princeton was occupied nt tho sat' piomptlv 7 o'clock destroyed "Pittsburg l. wa ter Mrs. John IJowlby, and seriously ingless equivocation that there in the hottbe iu defeating tho gold liond bill, time, but remuneration for this win Asia Minor, aro remarkable for their Pa., was morning. The students nil jas just returned from tho legislature otlico by President Cleveland, Edmund Lyago. dom and patriotism enough Art critics and baturday t auoer distortion. to call tho lat-- r A. Hlglcr bolng appointed to the place. wounded her husband and Tho. her country to irlleto us of our monetary but hU action can hunlly surprise! any- mude several .vcars It adjournment, no ono wat evert Li wis county, following the eampk rchaeologlts have been accustomed escaped1 safely and At 9 o'clock the iftcr branding him Colleotor Kearns is 73 scars old. He man, a farm hand, was brought litis followed his utterance body who gentleman down for slightly Injured. St. Louis jdher counties, Is agitating of ninny In a carriage from Pekiti Friday, and trouble! to nttrlbuto to tho Imagination of the on this subject with nnycnro It was hoHtn made tho vlntlm of a Is now complete wreck. Tho t a liar on tlrs floor of, the honso of attracted In Jail. Wallace did not know - '1 lit. people w 111 now w utcli to m e merelv a reiteration of his determina- fur n e turnpikes, Tho ounty al rtlst, but now they have men, who building wu nproperty destrojed ha. epresentatlvcs. After some word cWlin conspiracy In hi own ofllce, and that until Friday morning that his sister value of tho own, a 61,000 Interest In evtrv H, ii.ntlon of tho medical what the populist and rt publican tion to stund by thu credit of the gov- read) Thu Insurance Is leprcaoritatlvo John proceeded to maul local democratic leader caused hi had died Thursday night and appeared allowing that they represent with. not been ascertained. the senate w ill Jo '1 lit ro u.it ernment ami protect It to 'Jiu utmost mile of turnpike In Its borders. of re .he tnuyoii In tho general fight that ' Tho charges uln by thotr treachery. Tiih other night tho dvvrllliigOinmc great tluollty iiisoascu aim insn'rnin. 6Jo,(Hia been a m.ijorlt) of populists uad of thu ability conferred upon him b iiisucd both were knocked down with igulnst Kearns may bo summarUed a unmoved by tho novvSj Still lllshrr Premium for HoniU. Now there will existing legislation unlnss Mio powei of Davo Ikilbrook, near Canby, burned, und furnish ono more proof two . Vlh 'conditions, American I .can Mill Uolnrc ilialrs. nnd not only the combatants, cdinpalgn assessment upon evylng It LoNiniS. Fob 25. -- The United Mates with nil Its contents, (lie. Price, a of tho great aeeurraoy of obsertatlon Felt. 23. The United States be nil lKipullsts mid iepiihlic.ins new should I hi given lilm 'or Milch i Ihe'imeitlng of business nn tho Hit the ofllce of Rcpresentathe John ,.ls vuipluvtsi nnd accepting present lean was quote-- i on tu stock excliaug will be luteicstllig to sio how this lunu hand was consumed '.u tlm Haines of the Greek artist ns well as gititig loan at Both asked. Detroit Frc-a- ' Press. s considerably' demollshciL -- Albany Argu. and tobacco 'rom wholiAalo liquor n quoted mixture works. ua an opportunity (or tho study of au Mock eVchniigu Snturdav Fi Uy at &H pear.hiia. 4 non under arrtit lejlur. premium. at a t;lcnt deformities and tupntrooltle- llfty-elgirto work-abou- '1 iik danger of Imlloonlntf are to V Mlffhtly mltl(fH'l Invention of ftM'rcnchman. whloli iiforlfli'far.tli rjiiIiimBt of, n oylliKler f MnintiraaijB: ' I3VVra. r4.t w.- -"l that by oon after Wsmmitoi Teb 51 HutATK Mr Jenes nMuro or a button It mny bo ntito- - the AVednesday monilnir matlcally Inflated with air In the un- ram fortiard and aAnounced that the friend fortunate event of tho balloon falling of ilvtr bud autherlted him to saythitthr futo thntica. nilter bill will lint be further pressed Ibln se alou " " Ihs Wolrott resolution deelarlnn In colnite at a ratio of ltol V. l IIustimito! Impolntol duttlia fatnr uf The rhlr went lo the way or njoiirjffmaii Hitli a lltllo cjil under tne 4lallon bill lltwralmdir Mr Indian Ultn UP lal to make a barrel of money In tho Mai derion uSeted an ntnrndinent to lh Ucl . l'rovldnl Thil ongo Tree State, he Mi a, beyond tho wU rewilutlonsajoll by Inn Cnlted Hates mountains crmta rublicr K"n ?an lx efiurti ijicuiil )) fifpsseil Mniftamsin ana any trr iM.irp tntprnatlnal hiiisIiI forntioiit n cent n oiinl; It ran lriifto for free colnirre of nlher ahtutJ ,MJ CJt down to tho tea fornttojhef mot 1e for the mulutenincs of thciurltr Iw- faith laiinlth Irpn tentand is Ker York It will brlnffiiot ecuntry !. nielalt lo "h'-ht- (de'tireiL of tt: ct than la ound. . Thr hotifp the saty appr.. Hot frlill ntlll It provides for Ihrro lwtllehlp. sp'nt Tim flrt Killing to bolihtod Af rr the bill had pitted some time by electricity Is aaid to haro been (1m In Ihc ill tlolonnfthe mile amendment to l)i- - f p (unnlle nd rinuUr bill approprisltia SjpanUh bark La Vi(fUM'a, a bulk oil r l9lnr a subniarlnp rable Jind general earjfo carrier Sho la ffttfd the I'MUd Matt and llaaall Mr Mcfrtar) throughout with Incandetoent light, ripUlned that the houte ronrrrre had loscrto to Itu acnatP amendment anil the power for tho dynamo Wing fur that ne ak Mr Hill to III I inalnt nUhcd by a tlnall oil cnplne, which on that ttoutduient. the tKue (repfurther moved aitrtt nlM furnlMiea iower to pump her oil that the h iuert rede from 111 dliajtreemeiil cargo when aho It. loading or unload WAtniMiT i leh itATr. -- The In lgdlan apuuprlatlon Wll w ron dered Thursday The 'tsrlfii pehftliUr.tlonrame uc Mr iien the tnitlan ehoul wit reached Dwioiit I. Mcmii, ho emngelNt, fplatned that Ihpappeopfltloac4m h iflfbrated hi birthday In COCItrfllhad poujM to take out of the bill etery-Ihlnilttfp ban Antonio tho other day, and tho Ihtl a embolic everylhln that wit Hiaie day III mother. Mra. llcty Hoi-to- n l'rnlcn!! talhnllc school had hpreU lore Moody cclcbrntol her niuutUth in lno vujnttd from the bill sadthe eommlttee tho hoiiM) In which hubruught up her ridw omlltt-i- l tha. I.lcroln vhool at lliltadtl uhlldren and In which he haa Itrrd LhU iibtl ifccllamrWn school, Vlrclnla.le The bill thpj ere rrolenUnt school tdxty-al- x j earn, at Kat Northllcid, altntrovidcd (or the rruteramrnt !nrehe ol Maut. She U in giA In ntth and ukt InillaiLchvU ulh uocedby varlour. decom. t h'er bourerrry lautloni. iArjeo anfljiay vote a Ukencin lutenda tho at tn.'i Mm the rtou and Lincoln achooK day. brh l'rcd Douglas dropped dead In tho hallway of 111 residence on ,Anncotln llelghta Wed ncaday tSvenlnV at ,7 o'clock. Ilo had been In tho hlghcat kplrlta, nnd, apparently, In tho bct of health, despite hi 78 jearN when death overtook lilm, Weducailay morning he win driven lo Wf.'ahlnglon, accompanied by ,ht wife hho left him at tlm congrcaHlon-l'tirary. nnd he contlnuevl to where ho attended the Mfa- almia of the Womeu'a council In tho iMpotni of It lathe eournc of thedayiv forenoon and afternoon, returning " rul mlipr mattrr were acted upon. The Joint 5 nnd 0 o'clock. rctotutlon reported by the romnutue on ty Ilia residence liclncen of th After dining ho had a ehat In tho and hion, directing thr Uminrr to und the shlpnvnt In bono hallway with his w Ho about the doing throiiKli the Untied Statu of fuodj'doiilneti of. tho council, Hu grow very enthual-atti- c foe tha tnr ona of MmIco, wai pniftjd Alt In hi explanation of " of tho a bill authorltluff tuaiprcztcrni in appoint rellrnd tie, lion Carlo lturll colonel on the reed t erentaof tho day, when ho Jell upon tl.t til the aruiy. A ronlerrnce w at hi knee, with hand clasped. on ttinMrUwlturii .piironrUllol bill, The re Strs.,,liuelii..Ahlnkliifr rthis waa. . '.r. i pet et wfclerr ... ;iiB im j!iH'rioi I . . . .".,.... i to--v i Mirrh t to Mmll It parioi ni owrrisjjj"Kn WAKiilMHOS.Kcb. ol i m lhP' t 'vl " Ur -- rowr'.'is1inrtTWITartteJiM "Vjm the floor breathing hi Inst, ltonllzing ho wn 111, alio nil sod his head and then understood that he wa dying She was nlo'ia In tho hyuse nnd rushed to tho front door mid cried for help. Si;n men who were near by riulrldy xcsjwnded, nnd attempted to restore tho dying man Ono of their railed Pr. J Stewart Hnrrison, and while he was Injecting a restorative Into tho patient' arm Mr. Douglas pnsM'd away, seemingly without pair at Mr. Ptiuudasw liinl lived iar some tlnni Cedar Hill with his wife nnd ono servant. He hnt, two sons and a laughter, the children of his first wife, living here. Ihoy aro I.ottls and Mr Douglas wa to deliver a lecture Wednesday night at Hillsdale Afrk'an church, near his home, and wa waiting for n carriage when talking to hi wife The carriage arrived just ns ho died. Mr Douglas said that her hysband Had apparently been in tho best of i. , Kot since t inniHlne nf the Lincoln emancipation ttutuo In iSTflliHs.'thero becnuch )Utpourlng of the colored, cltlicna q pay trlotlle to n nenciauier ""' race ns waa witnessed wonaij in African Wrtive-ll- st tbmit the Metropolitan KpUoopal church, where laner- -l lervlecsovcr the remain of Frederick. iv.i(ilni tniik til nee. The odv sr taken fidm Cedar 11111. near Anco.tl, the home of the deceased, at : ,'tlock Monday mornlnj tnu reacneq thi church about 110. From thathoo-f- . till 110 Monday afternoon of persona, Including many whlU p pie, passed In single nie urougra a building andt.vletred the remain, guard of wbleli were In charge of bonor comnosed of member of col' ored enmn of tho son of veterans. tylien the ensket wa cloaoa w thona' neUn.K.' anil rpp-itrd- ly l reel -- llern 'haries rKiuglassand MraSprngue. - i -- I't rr 1 1 1 bt lm appro-pnitlo- d, thousand neraona were ubont the churoh, nnd the throng wi mado grtator by the many who were tiling out after view fug tho body. after 2 p'clock the funeral procession entered the church, headed by Hev. .1. O. Jenifer, the jtaator, reading tho ritual. In the procession were Mr. Douglas ntid the family of the deceased, and many intimate friends, Including a nuihbcr of whites. Senators Ijherman nnd Hoar, Justice Harlan. Mis Susan II. Anthony, Mrs. Muy Wright .scwnll (president of the Women' Anna II. National council), Kev hhaw. ilrs. Itnchel Avery Foster and a ntimberof those In attendance on tho Women's council. Tho honorary pallbearer, who also formed part of tho rive procession, wereJIon II. IC llrucc, W. II, A. Wormley, .Hon. John T. Messcr, Lynch. John 1'. Cook, E. Hon. V. II. S. 1'inchback, C, II Purvis, I 0. llallev. J. II. Ilrooks J. II. Mcrrl-father. John II. rruncis, F.J. I). I. Pitcher, II. B. Mcsserand lion. Oeo. W, Murray. Mr. Sotvall, Miss Anthony and Mr, hhaw were given seat ou the platform. The services were simple, but appropriate. Tho funeral sermon wa preached by Rev. J. 0, Jenifer, pastor of the church. Ho took for his test: 'Know jenot that thcro Is a Prince und a g'icat man fallen this day in Israel?" Itiv. II K Stevenson, pastor of the white church In Anacostla, attended by Mrs. Douglass, followed w Ith a brief nddrcs at the request of members of the famlli. Uov. J. II. ltankln, Hon tin) university, also delivered a brief eulogy of the deceased. A letter from .Mr. Douglass asking Unit n place be given In the programme to Mr. John Ilnlchlnsop, ol Ilo&ton, Mns-s- , wasiv.ul, and served as an Introduction to Mr. Hutchinson, white-hairetho last of and the famous Hutchinson family of abo-- 4 litlon luger- -. who witli IU ataier.ac Icompanlod .Mr. Douglass to England tnriner yr4JilBiJ:'fti.iw-3.v a w Bar-bedo- e. presl-ileiit- d whlte-bcardc- 1 What la Shown by Information ol ii Pre.ente.l Taken tn Union City, Attended by Tlierillalile I wero granted the other day llientla tluriie'er aar at a Trimmer. tiernnr. Stale Official. Mllltla, !- follon s: Original -- hamue1 L. Hran-mcanil rrienda. Tho report of Secretary Carllslo sen! When the committee of wtiys nnd O' p Creek. Wayne count) ; James A Hlg means took up the question nf saving to the senate the other day phow only vaioms, Ind., Feb. i special train of eleven coaches sixteen InUllon dollar to the taxpijcrs what Intelligent people-knebefore. A Sony, Wllllnburg, Washington coun the body of Jsaae l Oray, to by authorizing gdd tond for the re The difference between it stimtor nnd ty. Renewal -- John II. Smith, Clipper, Kofssue Cornellm City, Ind., Friday morning for cent loan. Mr. T. 11. Reed, the reptile other people Iu regard to seeking in- Tn) lor cor ity An e&cort'of two militia com llcnn lender, opposed the measure. formation i this; When u senator I lloss, Hear Wa'.low, lldrren county' inducted tho remnlns from the When the currency bill,, ns. amended, in want of Information, ns he generally Vanhoyk Curtis. Petra, Hrncken counHurnslde, rnlaskl building, where they had been was liefore the house, Mr, Reed did not is, he writes a resolution nsklng tho ty; UatldC'-Tnyloatatc, to the Union station, vote on the first roll calt, and did not secretary of tho treasurj or some other county. Original widow, etc. Sallli y county. .train departed shortly after 8 vote on the second roll call until he officer of the goverrtmont to send It to W llson, Liberty, ' Sam Mraup, who escaped frdm tin Mr. (Jrav. widow of the lind lind time to avwrtaln by n .simple- - htm. When an ordinary Indlt Idunl was conducted to matliematicnl device that the bill was Information ha hunts up official Iloyd county jail n fthort J.lma ago, lit I lla upon tho arm of Gov. surely defeated. Then Ife recorded hi rtprtf, and by comparing thorn li been enptured In West Virginia, Stvs, and immedlnte irlcnda ol honorable name In the affirmative. A nhlc to reach conclusion Till" Kentucky planing mill, of Hen for himself. Billy followed. Committees rep- - change of a very f o w votes, say a dozen", rlssfenlnent. Senator Uornian, u n memlicr of the dcrson, lw tnr.dc-nng the state senate and house, is Ith n little, drumming tip of dolglng protection majprlty of the senate, Is Cou Samuel M. HolyfB.'a ipJa''ie1: ha state ofllciala, 'detachment memlters, w mild hnve secured the pas- anxious to make tho impression that wendant of the Original DantaVHoone, a deficiency of revenue" no his announced litmsolf. n candidate for nllitia companies and several sage of the bill. It Is our lmprclon there clubs accompanied tho re-- It that a,much greater change thijii that merely that there' hi hcen rt deficit, commissioner of agriculture on tho required two hime trucks to ;ould havo Iteon jeoured by Mr. Reed Which has tieen rcpentedly omclaliy re- democratic ticket. , ttho floral trlbutcs(to the train. had ho so wished. Whllo the IdU was ported, but that the deficit la likely to Tub other nfternoon a egrp attCiTT.Jnd.. Ked.3. Tlieape- - (tending In committee of tho whplc Mi. continue. Ho wishes to mhUo the ltn' empted to assault Mrs. J, ILIorris, e thede- arusgr tlie remains of Isaac Kced divided the republicans who ppBsIn wen u no i armor aaaciui- e Afor . WWBffBgBTiJrW . . . .. i v v i .. of militia, under command mnt In gold. He proposed asubslt-tnt- e MI manipulation of figures it is possi dend. At the inquest Mr. , Morris, wa at 11:03 w hlch In the midst of u number of ble, to mako that Impression on the un exonerated. Tim Negro hadyilsclothei of Hla). Prlnr, arrived here Yilflay tBornlnp.They 'were met at confusing provisions Included pnyincnt suspecting. packed, evidently intendIng"to,'flee. A said, It iia not been de tve have ! train by a reception committee, In coin, ho nt the time knowing perWlf.f.lAti nml 'LeeJIeatly, of Hath fectly wejl that payment In gold was nled that there was n deficit In the rev- county, got seven nnd six year In tna l(tnprnry pallbearer ahd assistants. Mo The remainswer? Immediately taken of the essence nf tho measure, and that enue. Most of It was under the Kentucky penitentiary for conspiracy opern house, where no other mode of payment would meet Klnley bill, but it has continued undci in the lniinKr of Kline, the court til rt Cadwalladcr's tney were view ed by thousand of peo-p'- the requirement of tho situation. tho new tariff, becauso tho new rcv appeals alilrmbg the lower court. The services were conducted by Here wt'have the short and simple an- entie law has not yet gonn into fnll will' hnve cheaper llowf.iso diti-rI'v. McDonald, of the First Presby- nals of the very poor statesmanship of operation. Hut this deficit existed rate for telephone service', beginning npart from the money borrowed. with April 1. After that date the. sen terian church, assisted by Rev, Nelson, Mr. Reed. It is relnted of tho once brilliant nnd Countingjhc money liorrowed, receipts Ico for private residences will tost ?i of the Methodist Kplscupal, and Rov. aggresslto gentleman from Maine, in have exceeded expenditure. Tho and for business houses 82.50 'per llrutvn, of the Christian The honorary pallbearers were- - Dr. C the) ear 1HW, when the Sherman bill monej-- ltorrowed wns for the gold re- month. was urged as the only means of pre- serve, and it has been inserted that S. Evans, Dr. II. II. Verpln, K II. Tur-peAm llnst Limestone, cow chewed ' Win. Swain, Hon Nathan venting a free coinage bill, and when tho gold so borrowed hn lieeti used to ,- stalks and d.ed. Anderson, Wm. Smith It wassjirgested that a free coinage-bil- l pay current expenses. Tho Couritr M'm. Juitih. in the --Mien clrctilttcourtcnt horutoforo shown this to ono matt to the penitentiary, fin; two would iu any cns lie vetoed by Journal has and David Morris. Hand, state President Harrison, that Mr. Reed re- be fnlse, and tho secretary's report years for murder and another for two Tho procession was: club, marked, that he was not acquainted confirms what we said. mllltla, Knights of St. Jhn, Gray f ears and , for' stealing two The secretary's report shows that ) Hendricks club, governor and state of- with anyone who knew what Mr. Harpieces of bacon and n ham. . 160.802,342 ol ficers In carriages judyes of supreme rison would do or would not do with since January 1, lfi'l, A caiieli is child, left' in charge of court, judges of appellnle court; con- such a bill. The president was at thBt legal tenders have been redeemed In Aberdeen, nlliwtcil gressional committee, state legis- time a candidate for renotntnatlon, and gold, nnd of these S70,333,901 nre stll? her baby brothcr,,nt ne.tr- - tho fire. Its the ) oungstcr to get lature, committee of judges and the significance of Mr. Reed's remark In tho treasury. This shows conclu father, Lewis Law 111. returned In time county officers, mayof and city of- w ns obvious. Mr. Reed Is now himself slvcly that there is and has been in to sec tho child linrned to dca'th1 before fice, citizens, honorary pallbearers, nu aspirant for n presidential nomina- necessity of ning the gold reserve to his eyes. T ministers In' carriages, pallbearers, tion. Is ho acquainted with anyone, pay current expenses. On the contra Umtifii the new law the nearest Jusfuneral car and pall, family carriages, who knows what he will do or will not try, there are more liynl tenners in tne tice of the penctthas to b culled In to citizens In procession under direction do on any matter that may affect tho treasury than aro needed for current preside w hen tho county Jndgo Is sw on: of Col. James Patched, assisted by satisfaction of his legitimate but de- expenses. ., . off the bench. moralizing ambition? The donbt sugCharles l"roctor andJohn Yergin. borne of tho republicans have shifted A 810,000 brldgo will bo, conf.trit.etcd the funeral the gested by the question Is bitter, but it their ground, and now say that If the Immediately after near WortUvlllc, to family and relative returned to In is inevitable. Mr. Heed's own course revenue were sufficient the greenback! across Kaglo creek, Ilajnrd compels 1L The once courageous and Louhl stay In the treasury when once connect Ovtcn and Carroll cotjnttes, dlanapolls. Mrs. Ory and TilK net has been developed nl Hut they know very well Gray will start for Moxlco Monday, rather contemptuous reprcentntise, redeemed. several distillers hutn where they will propably remain until who compelled admiration for his the lnw says that they shall be reis paid no that to the state for several taes candor nnd respect for his sincerity. sued, llow can they be rclvsued except warmer weather. agent is gethowever he may have lacked in renn-nc- by pnjlng them out for current ex- )ears and the auditor' delinquency of Tliri MILLS ON THE WARPATH. has vanished, n 1 In his place w e penses? Tho law in this respect hai ting after them. Rock bpring Dl'tllling Co. rtfr.s been oliejed, but theru Is still n large the lip Introduce an Amendment to the Sun- sec the halting, timid, scheming, and amounts- - to politician, squirming nnd' amount of tho legal tenders in tht through five dry Cltll lllll to Trevent tha Administratwisting around whntcver he fancies treasury. To stop the run on the trcas. 82,100. Twent)' per cent, penalty must tion From lasnlnK Honda. company ttc Mills may be an obstacle in his path. WASiiftOTfiv, Feb. uryfor gold the whole V00,000,000 ol be added to litis. 'I beMonarch' isthree II. paring And the clement In this spectacle leiral tenders would h.ivito lie brought cistlllc-rle- to settle. Friday Introduced an amendment to nrp delinquent-- to , the the sundry civil bill, which contains that Is at onco pitiful and grot sque Is Into the treasury and kept there, which penalmore possibilities for mischief than that, of all possible ways, this, for a would nrovoko nn outcry nbout thf nmountof 0,0C0 which, with, made, any piece of legislation which ha been man of Mr. Reed's mind and tempera contraction of the currency. Louis ties, wilUci7,2L0. These havoare be- nn mimrt tn lire renr. Other wrlously proposed. It provide simply ment, is the least likely to letrt to suc- vllle Courier-Journa- l. and It ! believed trio Inir InvcstiL-ntefor the immediate repeal of. all act un- - cess. It is the very conterse of 'that I state will recover 810,000 or 812,000 In CREDIT OF THE NATION. jer which. tVc president Is now author- - Aliteli Vil trrent rival. Mr. ltlalne. fol- I TAit t a- - AAti n t tf rtlrt no I lowed to trairlo failure. Naturally a tt Will Itrmaln Intitet llndr CleveUnd'i I ., ucdto lssye bonds. ,, . J . . . ,. . . . . The Tojto senator Is directed In ht niAttitw 4I a. it.ii.Iv1 ittnmail 4Yw tnnn. t.t I r, Ca-c- res h 1 )oft1 I ttjat.tlfc-detWU.cail-i- mi ai-gpaaiT &i?4 BWHI em-Sa- nlc h-- e. n, one-hal- 4 -- r, 1 s 1 . - Hll-H- -.- --- - life-lon- t7Ja Ji.i. a d .j..?:.Li".aj:!Lr wmuj-Trlrta- " ' T tt -- p. ',' ,"' g Van-cleav- e. de-t- tt . , political-advancemen- -- o thcre-nrc'tou- Courier-Jo- v half-blin- -- -- pro-tld- ln -- Ihe-ale- Iy tlvQ'i-vOm- - aflcr-noon'sa- id 1 pro-ero- be-fa- a, den-tnnc- To-dn- 'v -- nt - l ton-conside- ' 1 be-io- -- ma-jorl- t) 8 W i n mu .: I utW-.- - il.t4. Ii- - l.4 ' r; ii !l ' 'V .! I w ,.. kJiir rtsn ef(Wn . J, if & ti .a. 4t- - j4 J THE HICXMA.N COURIER. HICKMAN, KY., Income w Amended. ---- -r r 'r y-- -y rr--trvy-n i NMubnfli Tn ,X llrcakluj; fnrt (lint t IN MlS.TIOIU.l.U tin lUaiixa county, mnrrletl Grave 1 county lo the year 1873, "ber he Heed aud relied nnwt of bla tamlly of len children, all of whom anrile him eieepl one Tb writer baa on, who died in 1885 known Drolbir Itarnui for many yean, aud can lay Ibat be wai a nan who aU wae flood upon hi a InligrPy. H waa a member ol th United llipilil ehurck lor many yiari, and leu a piom an l esetn- plary life In hla oouiiiiuully. lie wal a it no I clllten, a klnil rather, anil gcotl nelitbhnr, and no one kuew lilm but lo n- apeql blm. I elulled brother Uarnea dur ing hi lail ilckup, an I h lold mi thai he wa perfectly reetgned lo In fat, aud Juit before he died he called hi children around film, thou that were miient. anil Imparted lo Ikem hi 11 bleialng, and then took hi tilt from Ihl to Ibat eoun try from whoi bourne no traveler ever re turn; there la ilrlke hande with that beloved companion who preeeeded him about three year. May Ood'a tdeealng real upon eaob ( Macurvlvlng children, ami may I hey follow lb etample of their ..lt. H i to the joint resolution extending the time, for ronderlng income tax a puiDAV, : : : march 1, 180.'. returns from the first Monday In CO with pnlilinli the law ircrtuiuiug to H March to Monday, April the 15th. ilm violation of the Sublmth dtiv. WIIIC TIIR IIKMni'RATIU MUTT This gives people who aro so forWILL ItlK. Sec. 1.T2I, pugc62, of tho Stattunate an to huvc incomes largo utes of Kentucky reads ns follows: m . When Ih Hon eat grai like an enough to bring thorn withiu tho .Vu wnrb or builneaa ahall be dona on H And th fihworn swallow Ih whale. gaMiatb day, oxetpt lie ordinary lli When terrapins knit woolin mck, soopeoftlic lawn month nnd n C hoiKtliold nfllro, or oilier "r of Ami Ilia bare it on trim by the nall. half more in which to find out just or chirlij, or wurk required In CO An. itrpeni walk tiprtlil like mm, lb maintenance or aperatlon of a ferrr, what they aro required to do and AoJ iloinllihug irneel like frosts tf kllf or airninhoal, or oteain or alreel r In our MEN'S Furnishing Goods Department. Wbrn graiiboppir fred on the bti. do it. Tho extension, however, it anj tron on Ilia Sabbath da Anil feather are found on ho. Y B Is (or this year only. Next year lialllilroaelf be feuml at Ida own, or nnr When Ihomaa eat wlni in ih air, CO other trade or calling, or aball employ Mi Ati't elephento rwoit upon lrrr, the lucky ones will bo expected to afprentlem, or oilier periton, In labor or When loivcti in mminrr r rare, get in their returns by tho first other bmliirM, nhtthtr Ibe aaoe be for And inulT neeer make penpl tntttt. Monday in March. H linle-- i Kiflb m ie proBt or aniuiement, W bin fiih creep oeer dry land, For a time it seemed to be permitted above, be iliall be fluid not leaa CO An I mnlee nn reloeipedeo ride. doubtful whether this resolution fir dollare for H than two or more than When foaee ley egg In Iht land, each ofleaee. Krj paraon or apprenllo wnnld pass. It went through the An J womtn In dre take no prM, ao implored ahall be deemed a aeparate Whin dueibmen nn longer ilrlak beer, house easily enough, bat when it And itlrli fo lo preaeblnc on limp, offline. Prreom who are merubera of a readied the Senate, Senator Hill rrlUlmii aoelate. who observe an a Sab- Winn III humming Mr I brum Ilk an til H offered some amendments which, bath any other day m Ih week than Sun Ami llmhurgcr email Ilka ealngn it was feared, would defeat the I. day, iball aoi be liable lo the penalty male out Wln plowabare ar Ueorglen of it'' ar alone And lh heart! of resolution In the Honse if the ificrluid in lbaetlon, If ill IT nhaerr Nciccst.' a aHbbali one day iu each (area, aa poputlili head, When Idea iriw l Senate should agree to them. herein protldtd." Anil wool nn iht hydraulic, ram, However, agreement was reached Complete SPUING LINE of Felt Goods just Tbcn Iht Democratic pally will I dead, upon two amendments embodying And Ihli oounlry wont be worth a J n Ucch for Ton. It Hay So opened up. Most cordially wo ask your substantially Mr. Hill's proposiKicbange. inspection, whether you want to buy right tions. Mr. Fred. Miller, of Irvine, 111., now or not. Gov. Brown has appointed Mb. The first of these Is that in com- writes that he bad a Severe KidR. EaaUn. Dtmnsr. income iiio ataoatrt nee Georn ney trouble for mauy years, with Louisville Uwjer to the vacancy essarily paid for fire insurance and & severe pains in Ida back and also (lie nppellate lf noli ciwseil hy ordinary repairs shall be deducted. on that Ids bladder wan affected. He (ho refusal or Judge Sterling U. The second is to the effect that tried many so callod Kidney cures Toney to accept the office. dividends on the stock of corpoS1V1I K1VH S.LV11 S1VI1 SXYU B1VU BXVH &LV1I BXVH but without any good result. rations shall not bo taxed twice .a ,!. 1 a i. i. 1 1 1 2. L L Abont n yenr ago he began use of i j j The North Carolina legislator, once ns protltB of the corporation, Electric Bitters aud found relief which rejocteil a resolution to ad and again ns income of the indiin esjonriion Robert E. Lee's birthday, vidual receiving the same. Both We have heard the name of at once. Electric Bitters Paid (no l'citally. pecially adopted lo cure of all very prompt!.? pasaed a resolution of these amendments are reason Onpt. Bill Shnok mentioned as a to adjourn nnt of respect to Fred able and just, and tho second of "Justice was dealt out to the probable candidate for the legis- Kidney and Liver troubles and almost instant last week. them deprives the opponents of negro brute I" It is an old story, lature from this district. Shoald often gives will provo our relief. statethe tax of one of tholr most plans-abl- a feelinglesB negro rapist attempts Mr. Shuck decide to uiako the One trial Hill died reWhen William ment. Price only 50c. for largo arguments. The double taxreason why lie cently in Washington county, ation obviated by this amendment his hellish work upon an Innocent. race we see no Of course some bottle. At 0. A. Holcomob'8 Pennsylvania, he was 100 years of was one of the grounds npon pure yonug who, winie alone in a could not win. man will get the Drug Store. Fulton eoanty nee, and it was his honest boast which the constitutionality of the farm house; calls for help brought apple as it is her time. Fultonian TttK Daily Cai'Itai., publishthat lie had chewed tobacco for law has been called iu questiou two neighbor ladies upon the Democrat. ed at Frankfort, baa grown lo b a moat eighty-fivyears and alwayB voted before the courts. to I lie people of Ken the Democratic ticket. Ih recast eJltarlat. Iht Salem, Ofttos valoabl Now that this objection to the scene; through fear the brute dis- hdtptndtntuxjn "Time kod agal bare lucky. Ii pubtlili'i fiery day much reappears before he accomplishes iBlortnalleo TaRBKare in Kentucky at pres- law is removed, the law will, his purpose, only to be overtaken wa attn Cliaiaberlaln'i Cough Panedj liable anil laloresilngthat cannot be found Stale wiiunut doubt, uo Held to bo con by the enraged husband aud shot trIH and aeter nilhoul ibe mo- aalli In any oiber alTalra inch aa abalracu of ent 2814 registered physicians paper, faciorr rcaulla. Whenever " a a Mr and a few others who are practic atitulimial. People who arc liable dead In his tracks. oa afflicted with boamnrai, wlla aeaogh all the Court ol Appeal dieMooe next to pay the tax may as well make earloui ing medicine illegally. The law The home of Jim Murplioy Mor or oold, a lornrialilr advlae them t ftl day aflei dli?crj, ruling ol tbeaffecting Department on requires all physicians to recister the best of it, therefore, and ren ris, about six miles southwest of Cbanbirlala'e Cough Rimed;; and when County and City all queiliona lliilr oSeor and their certiUcates with the county der their returns without crumb Fulton, in Obion county, was a sad ther do, Ibe aever regret It It altraya righto, etc, and political and oOielat fiei,p lha clerk, and those who fait to do so ling. Indeed, ther may as well place on last Wednesday evening. doea by T. work anil iloee it "ill " Far that la alway readable. The T.SWAYNE DruggU. are liable to punishment by fine, show their patriotism by paying Dan Scruggs, a negro working on ale prlei Ii only Klve Dollar per up promptly, and not pnt off pay, year. Send for aaniple (oplfi. Addrea Another and perhaps more inter meuta Powell Deweese, one of nick the farm, secreted himself In one to the last moment. The estmg fact to them, which is not of the back rooms, when Mrs. man county's best young farmers, Capital Printing Co., Frankfort, Ky. generally known, is that they can treasury needs strengthening, and Morris entered the room he grab- was married Wednesday at G p. n. FABTY WITH A MlftULK PMXK, not legally collect a bill if their people who can pay at once with bed her, and would have accom- Feb'y 20, to Miss Esther May Wil- to plished his serious inconvenience Is not properly regis out Washington, Fob. 23. It is unfiendish purpose had llngham at the home of tho bride's tcrcd. Tho courts havo already themselves may well take that not the lady's cries for help parents, Mr. aud Mrs. T. J. derstood that the advocates of fact into consideration. Chicago so decided. near Cayce, in Fulton the freo oolnago of silver from the brought the assistance of two Herald. other ladles who were visiting county. The young couple will different parts or tbe country, wiio Troy Onr ashing Mrs. Morris, from oue of the front occupy a handsome new residence have been in session in Politic ih(1 final readers will tiote an article in on Mr. Doweese's fluo farm, west ton for the past several days un rooms. this week's paper disclosing the auspices of the llimotalllo Scruggs, realizing his purpose of Moscow. The Democrat wish plans of J. 0. Harris, Esq., for The Kentucky Post (leprecat wns bnflled, immediately disap- es them all the blessiugs of life. der the have progressed so far League, building a levee to protect the ing the space given by Keutucky peared. Wheu Mr. Morris returnClinton Democrat. with their labors as to reel Utrly overflowed lauds of West Teunes newspaper! to politics makes the ed home about an hour later, his confident that they will be nble to Mr. J. 0. Alexander, of Bow. organize a new party which will see. The more we investigate the following suggestions: wife told him what had happened. matter the less prejudice tbore is "The editorial columns of the After listening to the story ling Green, one of tbe molt most command the support of tho silin onr midst agaiust this lovee average Kentucky newspaper are through, the enraged husband prominent fruit growers of South- ver men throughout tho country. plan. Mr. Irvine King informs given to discussing politics rather took liis Winchester ritle and ern Kentucky, say, be has exam- A platform has been agreed upon us that the great levees of Miss- than to the consideration of ques out to find the negro, He ined the fruit treea not only iu which plants the proposed party issippi were built on precisely the lions of more vital consequence started overtook him in a small cab- - this but iu many other counties of upon the ono plank of silver coinplan advocated by Mr. Harris. Why not urge the construction of in some abort distance and theState,aud finds theerop about age, eliminating all the other de tkst matter be thoroughly new railwav. the oneninsr of nea shot him through the heart. Mr. as follows: Peaches, plums aud mands of the Populist platform Kitted 7nil If It appears that the mi and iron nrtnei, ftM Ulwtf-- DT1SVJ. It Is ImposslDie, how, and cherries nra nbofH Morris then back leveed district ean themselves of shops and factories, the exten- nnmnanv mtth Mm ,r came to few peara are all right, blackber- ever, to obtain particulars, as all r " ' ries will be very short, .apples and thono In attendnuco upon the be taxed enough to puy off the slon of electric railways and the this citr. accrued indebtedness, we can seo Introduction of a thoroughly modMr. ilorris was married about grapes are iu good shape, straw- conference aro pledged to absono good reason why the thing ern idea of business! Why do six months ago to Miss Kate berries are not. Tho fruit crop lute secrecy. It is understood is not as badly damaged as loine that Gen. Weaver is the principal should uot be done. But the tax- we not write more of our agricul Oreedle, of this city. payers outside the leoveed dis- tural advantages and less on poll- - The community indorses the people have reported, but is bad mover in this effort to secure the enough. tricts should not be called upon tics I Advertise to the world onr action of Mr. Morris to a letter. union of the silver forces and disto tonoh the burden with even the ndvantngearather than disadvan Fulton Guard. And now the colored brother solution of the other parties, and little finger, nor should the state's tages. Gie more space to an agis clamoring for a place on tiie it is stated that ho has tho cofinances and prosperity be put iu ricultural exhibit or a nonuty fair, Republican Stale ticket. And operation of Gen. A. J. Weaver Znights of the Maccabees. to a lyuohliii' or the and less aur jeopurdy whutever. why notf This is the year the nud tho sympathy of Representa periodical feud. Dircuss the prob The Uommauder writes Republican party claims It Ii go- tive iilnuu. Lookout for the State Board able chances of makingu success ns from State Liucon, Neb., us follows: ing to win iu Kentucky, nnd a of Equalization. There are going of some commercial or industrial "After trying other medicines for good time it would be, therefore Olil Whig to be some good sized raises iu the enterprise. what seems to be a very obstinate to prove Its slnceiity by its valuations mado by county asses-orO'Brien Moore, the Washington cough iuour two children we tried nominations. The place asked is and lots of thorn. The State C'enTeaaed Five Murders. Dr. King's New Discovery and at the Lieutenant Governorship, nud correspondent of the St. Louis Re Board has been at work only a the end of two days the cough tho place of Lieutenant is about public iu Sundays letter says that A special dispatch to the Louis- entirely left them. We will few days, but long enough to see not all the place the colored brother Keen, Lodge aud other leading Ro something, and more and bigger ville Post from Halsey, Ky., dated be without it hereafter, as our ex- occupies in the ranks of the g. o. publlcnus expect great things of raising of assessments are in pros Feb. 23rd, says: perience proves that fitae. in Hie South in J89U and says that an cures p. There would be pect than ever before. One of The statement of a negro who where all other remediesit fail." naming a colored man as the run- effort is being made to unite the the Equalization Board, when ap- died here yesterday has created Signed F. W. Stephens, State ning mate of Bradley O'Wilsou. Populists of the South and the proached by a Capital reporter qnite a sensation in this little Republicans, with the hope of not give this great Coviugton Common wealth. yesterday, said: "Yes, we will place. The negro was seen by Com. Why trial as it is guarantearing the South In twain. Iu medicine a A correspondent of tbe have to make very considerable the Evening Post reporter just teed, and trial bottles are free at speaking of the Sonthern Popu lucrease in the Assessments of before he passed away, and he O. A. Holcombk'b Drug Store. Standard says:. There ic lists, he says "thoy are old Whigs many of the counties. We will do confessed to having committed Hegular size 50c. and $1.00. now living in Livingston Connty and sons or bigs." This Is not an old gentleman who is ninety true, ana It Is strange tnat a this not because of the present five murders two of them iu Alayears or age, ami nas never seen writer of Mr. Moore's oxporienco condition of the State Treasury bama, two in Tennessee and one Delegate ! n. Ike Miate but because the law and our duty iu Georgia. He said that three of a steam car, railroad, never rode aud ability will make a statement on a steamboat, never ate at a so lar from tbe truth as this. Tbe require It. The new Constitution bis victims were white women. requires property to be assessed He also said that a man had been hotel, never paid for a meal of old Whigs are aa a rulo oithor The counties of the first con- victuals, nor charged for one, nev- bourbon Democrats or stalwart for taxation at its fair cash value. tried and convicted nnd hanged gressional district are entitled to er bought a pair of socks, Taking the transfer prices of the for ono of hia crimes. Republicans. The Populist party property before as and reducing The man who was hanged was be represented in tho State conor a ready made ililrt, of the South can bo divided Into it one-t- i rth or to a basis or 80 per convicted on purely circumstan- vention this year by the following never owned a gun or revolver two classes, One of those class. number of delegates: Ballard, 5; nor flred one, never used a match es are composed of men who aro cent, we find it is, iu many oases, tial evidence. still assessed too low, or away Tho negro would not tell the Caldwell, 5; Calloway, 8; Carlisle, in building a fire, never was fifty honorable in tbeir Intentions and below 80 per cent of what !a cash exact towns or localities where he 4; Crittenden, G; Fnltnn, G; Graves, tulles from his birth place, nerer left the old party undor the mis committed these crimes, but 13; Hickman, G; Livingston. C; know a letter in the alphabet, aud t ikeu Idi a that they conld do some value. Frankfort Capital. - aaS seemed to fully realize that he Lyon, 4; Marshall, C; McCracken, last but uot least, In allltlitse thing that would improve the con many years, he has never, leeu ilitiou of the fanner, holp him get The Olorerport News has just would get his just desertB for bis 9; Trigg, 0. such a cold spell of weather ai we out or debt aud aeenre for him a won a suit against Adjutant-Genera- l acts aud was in prayerful converVelce From The Dead. .1 have just experienced. Jack Gross. During his can- sation with the Ilev. James Smith better price for bis products. didacy for the senate the News the.colored preacher here, just One of the boldest 'robbtries They did not leave their party by Y. 0. Porter, of Clinton, Ky , snpported Gross and claims Hint before he died. taking one decisive step. The It wm authorised lo use articles The bluett Bend carried in his oame to the Telegram office and everattempted Iu WestTejjirssee cunning leaders first took them occurred at Heudersdn oijast Into supposed to favor his election. pocket the skeleton of a female showed a watch that was stolen the Farmers Alliance and When "I.W. The bill amounted to over 8100, hand, whinh he always kept about from his residence just previous Saturday night. mado tbe stages of transportation payment was refused. A suit him, nod said that it had been his to the hanging of Seny Miller, the Nash, a prominent grocer,., was easy, but finally carried oat what but was brought and judgment obtain- Inck piece heretofore in crap negro who was supposed to have closing bis store, a mnu dedotibed was tbeir intention from tbe be ed for $39. The sooner newspn-pe- r games. The hand Is that of a murdered the Itay sisters nenr ns having a black moustache; and ginuing, lauding them Into a third publishers learn to make the young woman or girl, and is now Bard well, Ky., Wednesday, July 5 being nicely dressed, entered the party. It is trne a great many did festive candidate pay iu advance In the possession of the Ilev. Mr. 1893, a full acconnt of which was door, drew his pistol on .Mr. Nash not go all the way, but returned for bis advertising the better It Smith. The negro went under the published In theTELKGKAM at the and retinested him and his daugh- to the Democratic party. The ter to keep quiet a miiiuto. At will be for all parties concerned. name of Frank Wood while work time. other class is made up of men When Seay J. Miller was cap- sight of the pistol MlarfNnsh who were hungry for ofllce and ing here, but it is thought that bis Politicians are proverbially right name was Thomas Allen. tured near Sikeoton, Mo. five rings Bcrenmed for help, and tho would-b- saw that tbe chauoe to get them and unappreciative. robber turned and tied for bis In wore found upon his person, which some sharp writer once rethe old party was poor, so they marked, wear out their lives iu HOW Tner rvr our nsira i were stolen from Mr. Porter. He life, as Miss Nash's screams started a machine of their own, claimed lo have bought them from brought assistance from all direc- with the result that mnking grent men out of small rui.Totr. we a peddler, The watch be did not tions. Under the cover of dark- have the fragment of a third party material, aud the assertion Is only ness tho robbor escaped, If be is Down in the little villlnge of have In his possession after he too true. If there is anything the in the South that Is only harmful average politician likes it is a free Fulton the inhabitants have n very was searched In tho jail and could caught he will be made au example as an ally to the Ropublcan party. of. way of turning in and re no whero be found. pnff,and the freer the better. He peculiar Ouiou Democrat. Several days ago the old Jail at may recoive gratnitnons compli- sponding to fire alarms. When s Tnx New York Ilonso ments year iu and year out, but he some property is discovered to be Sikcston wns torn down, and in a refasod to p;ia tbe takes it all ns a natural tribute to in a blazo the nearost person hnuls crevice in the wall where It had (IMllH 4.00, ) his greatness, aud when he gets In- out his pistol and fires it off a few been secreted, was found a gold bill aimed at the theater hat, though tbe ladles, to speak meta Zzcnr3icn3 to Arkansas and Texas to office the newspaper man who times in the air. Then everybody watch by Deputy Sheriff N. T. of Sikeston. Knowing, phorically had a tight oqacrse, A has rendered him years of faithful within hearing distance produce VIA THE nor vice is either coldly Ignored or their revolvers and bombard the that tho negro hud been Incarcer very little more canvassing' would have resulted doubtleai In the Invited to stand aside In the Inter- heavens. When this novel modo ated In the cell where the watoh est ot some blatherskite who Is of spreading tho nows hns uwnken-e- was found, he concluded that it passage of the bill, It has been Feb. 12, March 5th, April 2d, 1805. supposed to have some sort of a the volunteer bucket brigade wns the property of Mr. Porter argued by the New York papers pull which pull, by the way, could-no- t nnd the fire department, a super- and he immediately communicated iiiai me lames wouki recognize Cheap Excurilon rat for round trip pnhlictientlment and remove their llokela to all point In Arkan l are with him. generally bo found with the aid annuated engine and and Tex-Mr. Porter secured the number objectionable headgear without good reluming 'JO day from dale of of n microscope. There Ih uo dis- harnessed up. The machines genr Cotton puting the fact that tho newspaper erally arrive at the scene of the of tbe watch from tho jeweler reference to legislation, The Im- ai tin Ih allowed Holt Kout. going or reis the greatest factor that goes to conflagration when nothing is left from whom ho purchased it, nud pression prevails, however among prlrllege Through either coinpoied of Iralna turning. make a statesman. It is equnlly but ruins, ashes, smoke and a went to Sikeston and Identified tbe skeptical, that they wil go on car, Hcelnlng Chair cri (icali crowd, Something the watoh as being his property. their own aweot way and wear five) and lrganteoachea lo Arkanaa and is a fact for which truo that this must bu done, however, to de- This Is conclusive evideuco that precisely what fashion dictates. Tdihi without change. Mm, Tim rery few statesmen or and all statesmen, show any appreciation. monstrate the usefulness of the Miller stole Mr. Porter's property. If half a dozen fashionable, women Tabl, Bale furolabtdInformation will bto on cheerfully set publishers would ndopt the (Ire in on so a stream of water Is The hanging and mutilation of iu New York would give the ex- any aganl of tb oompany. application jr out tbe t ihaMT. Tree. Pau.Annt. Cairo. III. plan in dealing turned of tho spectators, who go Miller threo days after tho murder ample at all times, " " with political aspirants there home, reload their arsouals and wns committed will bo remem- Impression that bats at theatres J. II, JONKS. Tlokel Agnt. would bo less room for lawsuits await tho brenking out of another bered by all our readers. Cairo are striotly old style, the evil A. 8. IXJIJUK, lioni. irai. iar. nu ' would bo romedicd iu a week. K. W. LaDEAUMB, Q. P. A T. A. ' Telegram. and bickerings. Prtducnh News. lire P.tducnb Nows. Until houses have at last ngreod r HATS HATS HATS HATS HATS HATS HATS HATS Low Februarr 17ih. IKU.V Mr.Jmcrn niirstinn of enforrini? the Sunday The decanted waa barn In Trigg is agitating the minds of our Ky., March Gib, ltMi, and wa law lcoplo at the present time, we here- Deo. m 1. 1803. lie rooted lo viimv n( tlin PteJ, at hi reillenceln lllokman, Ky., M. B. Shaw, Staple and Fancy foocQries. HARDWARE; 6 t-- f For Cash t I QUEENSWARE, SADDLERY, HARNESS, ETC, I HATS CLINTON 8TRE15T, HICKMAN, KY. DELIVERED PBBBI m-- r- - Rail Roaders, Planters, Crushers, Derhys, nighest Mnrkot Price will be Paid for Reef Cuttlf. " I (I CO Pashas, HIOKMAN WAGON CO., Of M ANUrAlTURKKM Tllr t'KLKNIIATKB Tourists, Best!! Cheapest!! ! latnir. It J. M. lonuaAN. u ilup afar from childhood's borne, 'Mid atranger grave alon, A lby who paaa that lanily mound, I 9 vU-know- n .SANDERS ..--- 1 ii RfcimL 1.- Repeat! lb word ''Unknown." Unknown lo I hem Ih mother' loa, That cnlerd nncf la him, Unknown to Iheto, th elitir' tow Nor dial a llaelf eotndlm. Hla Dacoutii. CAST. HTUMKIa IMIVBI.B. .S3 -- - Representatire Stone, of Ken lucky and Senator Uorrr, of Ar kansas, are known as the twins. Thoy aro both about the same build, both dress their beards alike, aud each has Inst a lea. Stone's amputated leg Is the right, Berry's the left, and not one observer In a dozen can erer identify them exoopt by keeping In mind the topography of the missing limb. Paducah News. COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Fallow f treat I Onrl, KeninrUy. J J. C Donduraot, l'lalnlltl", I HICKMAN WAGON, HICKMAN. KENTUCKY. OZsD Km- i J- - s Don-glas- i" e aXTsTABI.Br &i. a HpUadld Hloek of th very bill make of all alad af e , ntwr HARDWARE, TINWARE, STOVES, which aronrdat ONE THICK, end that lbs -l goa-l- Wil-llngha- News-Uunner- c lie. agalaat Equity II. J. Darry, it a! a, Defendant. J 11 virtue of njulgmeiil and order of Kulton Circuit Court, renderRale of ih ed at Ibe January terra thereof, IS'Jo, In the aba eui for Ih mm of Four Hundred Fifty Two and I.V10U Dollar, wjtb cent, per anInlerrat at Ibe rate of 6 day of January, ltfJ.V, num from thi until pll. and lha coill herein, it" all proceed lo oflir for ! l tb Court bouie door In lllskmaa, Ky., lo the blgbial al I'ubllo Auction, on Monday, ! lltb day of March, Ib96, at 1 o'clock, p. m, or thereabout, (being County Court day), npon a credit of 6 monlbi, tbe folLot, lowing ileecribid properly, No. Vt'.i. S50 SJ1 and 242. In block N. 4. In tail Hickman, Ky. For Ike price Ike purchaser, whb approved aecuriliee, mull eieeuli bond, eeurliy or bearing legal Interval from tb day of 1e until paid, and having th fire and affect of aJuJcmmt. lllddir will be pre pared to comply promptly with lhec viry lowe.i lb matkl All govli Juillli. a pr RoofinK el Siooictltv CHAH. BALTlkB, gnaraalnd I b repreHnlid 2 1 bid-do- r, HICKMA1T BANeK, HIOKMAN, JXENTUOKTa JkMWL. rrea'i. JUHI W. COWUILL, T. rrea'l. Ii. u eullaua, IWur. DKMaltolJlMXaVUaa. ai Pnid II X.M. Capital $40,000.00. term. W P. TAYLOR, Mailer Com Fulton Cir Court. Feb. 18lb, ISM. aKO l'.DI VIDEO rROFITA 4H4.000. Solicits upnr btislnrss. Wo offer tbe most Libcrnl AccomtnoilntloDS 10 our vjusiomers uonsisieni wiin iHtauiisfieu Hanking Principles. Sl'nn.tH COMMISSIONER'S SALE. 1. 1. O. II 0. IlAIiTZKR, Djr rmtoM rirewit ui.-b.iidi- s, Pa-duc- Cb-veiilla- Darry, Ac , rvfendanl. J l)y virtue of a Judgment and order of Sale of the Fulton Circuit Court, render, ed al Ihi January lirm thereof, 1S91, In lafwC MWl. M. D labC MMM. tbe above cauae for the turn of FJivin Hundred and Fifty Five (Ml.ra with at ibe rata o( 0 per cent per annum from the day of January, 1W, until paid, and th com biriln, I aball procinl lo offer for tale at the Court Home door lo lllckmaa, Ky., to the bluli-ebIJJir, at Public Aitlllon, en Monday, Ibe lllh day of March. 189V at 1 o'eleck H. DUCIIAHAN, J. J. C. RON OUR ANT, IU I.. AI.KXANPKIi. J. A. THOMOK, p m., or thereabout, (belog County O.url J. W. AI.EXANUEK, Judge U. U IIAHULE (I U Til IttLK KLll. dar), upon a rre.ll l of C and 12 monlka. Ibe following deieribed property, In Fulton county, Ky,, containing about being a )rllon ol U. BUCHANAN. Treildenl; J. to acre, more or j It. L. J. C. BONtiUHANT, lb .V W Quarter of Sec. 12, and the N. CaihUr; W M. KA.NDLK, Aa.tilant Caihler. E. quarter of Hie. II, TowniMp I, Hange 5, vVeil, and being tbe entire irael of land conveyed lo Defendant by W () Kingman and K. T Tyler. Ihe deed of which la re eordod In l. It .Vo 10, Page &2. In Fulton County Clirk'a office, or luBciint thereof of ald land off of Ih Couth ltd thereof, lo produce Ibe aum of money lo orlered lo be raadt. For Ihl purohaie prlee th purehaur, with approved il eum or lieurllle, mult exeoute honil, bearing legal Intered th day of ale until paid, and having lb foroe and if feci of a Judgment, lllddir will he pre promptly with Iheie lo comply D&OGS, SEDICINES. PAINTS AND Amount of Judgment, coita, to , lerma. 9l,Z3 l.tu. W, p. TAYLOR, HICKMAN, KY. Matter Com. Fulton Cir. Court. Fab. IBlb, Itm. J. 'wr. KaaHnekjr. )V.Jnr, VUlatl, )VEfjully. agaliial M. 11. BIIAW, K.T.TYLEIt, ..II. nitRVAR A. A. PA1U8. W.A 8IIUOK, J. W. COWCilLL. .- DIBBOTORS 3.a ,- mwws and mmwm national bak, .ii nt y. CAPITAL STOCK $50,000. DISBOTORS. OPPIOB K,S Vlee-rrnldi- nl iu !, AIXX-ANUK- THE OLD RELIABLE. Dealer tn OHAS. A. HOLCOMBE, D'.'E-STOF- i pid PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED. THE COTTON BELT jwjww?x: (8T LOUIS SOUTHWESTERN RAILW'Y) TO 1 E. . a Fire Insurance Companies Ellison- - R. T. TYLER, Ilepreimti tin Atto following Uadlag rn.ey-at-Ea,- w OOici Will give d lo at I in In Arkansas Aetna, of Hartford, rhocnif, of Hartford, 11 NK BLUFF, Hprlngfleld, of Man., SUltEVRPOUT, Hartford Fire, of Hertford, TEXARK ANA, Philadelphia, rnarlranla rin.ol of New York, Continental, FORT WORTH, North Araerlea, of I'blla., SHERMAN, Fund, of San r'ranolaro, WA CO, Fireman' Maaebealer, of England, AMP AIL rolITI III Maohanlci and Tradera, of N. O. Tbef ar famou for fair dialing and prompt and liberal iMtlemenlof loin. orer lllekwan II nk. attention lo litiilnea Intr&Jt. any of k Stat Caarta. C. L. Hickman, RANDLE (lfe : : : : ATTORNEY-AT-IA- and Texas. Kentucky of law, Thrower) Cone we nl Kill-tor- e MEXICO IFglic Map, Ilm AND TUB Agtncjr Vr Reellalaa; tfcmlr Car, You ean alio areur al Ihl company a Life Folic; in the beat Conflicting with through train In lb world, to all point in TF1E MUTUAL LIFE, of New Vrk. K. II. CI.1.I80.V, Ag'l, Hickman, Ky. Pullmnx. HurTe! Hlaeper. reaumd rrarlic Will Insure Tour Property at Lowest HAVINO 1,1a prompt and undifldtj aiollon to buitneia entruiladl o bl( car Bates Consistent with Socurity. tbe DR. S. K. DAVIDSON HICKMAN, Offlue ovor Cowglll KKNTUOKY. & Cowgill'a to-da- y of'ropre-sontatlve- HALFRATB lable, rale and all Information will be cheerfully fnmlihel on application lo any agent of th Company. . ADANI, J, II. JUNK Agl., Traveling Ticket Agtnt, CAIRO, It.L. "West. COAL! pirrsnuRO, In any COAL! COAL! Driii: Store. l'air EUHEKA. ILLINOIS LHMI, and ANTHRACITE nintltlcl d ml red. roa mi.c What Nerve Berries have done for Cotton Belt Route 8top-oi- A, H. liniMiF, K. W. liHKAtJHR, G. T. M. Oen'l I'ait'r and Tkt. AgU , BT. LOUIS, MO. nr : FARIS & PARKER, HICKMAN, : : KKNTUOKY 1ST PAY. Jls W"S thoy will da for you. others d A. F. OLIVER, Blacksmith and Undertaker HIOKMAN, KENTUCKY. Hickman Marble Works, VIGOR hoBo-roc- a, HICKMAN, KY. MEN and OF Permanantly Rottorad. ", IBTIIOA1. QuickC oth GIVE a well-arme- d ME A THIAL when you n done, or repair & AUE2I0A1I UAEBLB, WHgon, tie. Ilonralioalng a iptehhy, ITALIAN 1 alao keep a full lln of Uonumonts, Tomb and Grave wt B. C. RAMAGE, eash-iu-advan- iui. Stonei. Common, Roaewnnd, and Solid Black Wal' In itock a fin tot of nut Colbn nnil uaaea, wltleh an be filled HAVINO Italian Marble, I am pre. up on hon nonce, ana at reanosaul pared tojAII atl order. Call and examine prlee. (life in a call. pa- anon nar id jbii, my worfl Order from lb country will b promptly filled. tuaj 8 Undortakor'a - Ooodn, AnwiiiiTaenrernrall WrakneMM.Ntrvc ' hii train ol rtlli rrtulllnr tram earlr errura iiirirUt.r eirmrii the mull u, alehaew. I)iTeloa ami elvri uiar ana alreaitIN lo the aV. n Blu iu Ulinaliiiml lAKaA . eiulMloiu cauwl hy yaiittinil errwra ar ret.lt aun ol lohnero, ublaw au-- l liquor, whieh trail til ron.nniptfua anit laaanlly. ihilruMalKmatiniiixliauluiproermini. Arrenl nil ImlutlWK linltl upon Imvlua uat. ...., mail pockM. trr Minrn t.A Nerve Berries, I'rlo--, II to r 25-8- II ni kapt riitl lhiir vitrr, In Main wiaif ,iLl'.".nJL,l,'J."jKt;. A't'lmM all mall unl,ri iu AM KHICAN HKOIt'Aa, VO., CUtaaa4l. . For iti by COWQILL A COWGlLU by mall, upon rerelpl ol t,,i. Imim, oua lull iiuantiieHl .Ii Ly yourilrtiBul.i anrarvaar raaa. wa wall len.ferJlSVeai rT?5fll i UL . .., M ik.t - - i r 4 'For "lIOW IS THIS 7 22 " jawa!wjiwa5fTKrwFTF'''rKF'."' i i i "7S7eo35LS 21 H)b. Southern Granulated SiiRar 20 lbs. New OiIuuih Clnrlllod HtiRiir 1J IIih. Host tlrcen Cofloc ft lbs. Good Green CoflVo 4 I'HckiitfCH Arlmrlclf s Cofl'oC 1 Pnek.ijt-XXXX Coffee 22 Ibfl. or Kleo Oialy! ,. .' Heat New Orleans (). K." Molasses., Choice Now Orleans ''(). K." Molusncs '. '. Iter. A. It. Wilson, uiesldlng Kldcr, will preach nt tlio Mclho-din- t cliurcli to morrow irifflit. Homo people think that tho backbone of winter Is broken and $1.00 lint wo will hum very little oold 1.00 weather this month. 1.00 Bjr"Noxnll" shirts never rip, 1.00 1)0 nlrriiyn full size nnd extra long 50o 00 to ?1.00. For hiiIo only by Sandkrh & Kick. 1.00 10c Sheriff Johnson returned 1 1 wrZZSZ? III Mil NEW ' "f SPRING'. GOODS a SSSi wmmtrrwrmmrvLitaAM iii ". (inoil Cookinu Molasses...... )..... Puro Initio itoudrri'd Loaf Lard I'slrhiiuk'n Hcflued Lard 7 Horn Lenox Soap inlli. lluckot Jelly Villi Cream Glieeao 2 lb. Can Corn 3 ft. Gan Tomatoes 3 lb. Chii Apple Greenilllc Tobacco per Plug Dou't delay, come at once mid secure thcuo bargains whllo I hey I -- 30o from llarneld, Ark., Monday ulf lit, Id cnnloHjr Jo. .limits, n "lillc mm, 20o 10o Indlclcd In tliir county tonus months j,o hn-h- Eld, W. II. Llgon, of Hondor sou, Ky., will preach at the Christian church on Sunday and Sun day night. Elder Ligoii has been called to tho pastorate of tho Chilstiau church of this city, and cornea recommended as u scholar It, christaiu gentleuinti, and wo triiRt his laborH nmnng us will bo crowned with abuiidaut succchh. ttiT Latest Fttshinu Hoolta now on display. Buttorick'a Fuahlou Sheets Free, at JIEurriin ami Tj'Iui. The otato convention will bo held Juno '25 nt Louis villu, nnd will beyond rpioatloo ntiiuu Gou. Wat Hardin for governor nnd Hon. Dick Tyler for lieutenant governor. Further deponent saith not, Clinton Democrat. Mr. MeKlulex of Mavflclil, Ky., reprosentlnir Mcbh. Chow iiIiir & Itlce. of Fulton, owners of I , 1 it He for liofC ettalli.g. Aro Arriving Daily ! Wilson's Book Stoke. 25c 10o A from IlinktiiHii attended h purty Ifio at Mr. Steve Stahr's residuuoe In Co the country Monday night. lOo number of young folka IB Ml IU .t 10a W. S. EL-JL, A fit AND HARNESS. SEUDS the Farmers. Alfred MoDasdel, Showing and Selling Y Co your watch Free if anyone els iu ifi lust. will. Buck Bros. M A large amount of corn la he HI lug shipped from this place. It la brought here by boat and shipped Dy- south over the N. O. & H. L. It. It. Mrs. Annie Well, nee Prils. of Charlotte, Michigan, some Ills years ago a great favorite In Hick fin ninii society, is visiting her rela- 1(1J tives, the Atnbergs. aW We' aro responsible nnd our guarantee la good, will fix '" ' " New Prints, New Ginghams, New Percales. ' Styles Beautiful ! . i ( '' a .. J New Printed Ducks, : -- The citizens of tho Kualt creek neighborhood havo been waging m war of extermination on the dngn in that section. Several mad dogs have been in that neighborhood recently, and while it is not known that uuy stook have, been bitten by them, yet the citizens thought best to kill off nil Mr a dogs, nnd tho result is that several of them have beeu killed in the past week. a- ' . New Printed Piques, &c. . FANCY NEGLIGEE SHIRTS, Prettiest Things Out! Clovir, Tiniolliy, On4, llc-- Ton ami Orchard Grniw, New Garden nnd Shelf Hanlwnrc, of all kinds, Buds. Full linn of llnniccs ami ivuldlr. Inl go to W. B. JSLMSON'H. Try our Two Pointed Jlarbcd Wiro runs a full rot! to the pound. Hon. Dick Tyler, of Hick mini, was in the oily resterdny. Mr. Tyler reports Ida race for the Lieut. Governorship Fultonlan-Detnocrat. Stoveo, Tia.wr Iktl ff. J$ New Shoes, ' T New erTccts iu shadlnga nnd figures handsomest liner iu town, 50c to l.G0 SANDuna & P.ICE. -- the electric telephone fra.icliise of this city, Is in the city this weeu soliciting subscribers to tho enterprise. He reports Rat Ih factory progress, and thinks that the requisite number will be In n church not a thousand miles from hero n proposition wan made to buy n chandelier. It wan muchly discussed pro mid con, and filially ouo of the nn'Milirr thought he would clinch the nn lo it, nud said, "I use for bujliigit chandelier, nheii thero is nnbodv lu the cniigiega Hon that can play on It." That settled it. The chandelier waa not bought. set-nru- lv l I ? - - ' m .,-- t - J V1t " ". iff J inVildiyoar inspection. progressing nicely. Mr. '- -a Va " -- n ra-- TT neck of the woods, has taken charge of the mechanical depart nieut of the Obion Democrat. SUITS MADE TO ORDER best Marshall, one of the "all-round- printers lu this IU a Smith, ;EHison& Co. if ?iZX2-TS- Z OF '95 WASH GOODS BEGINS t I TO-DA- Y ! At ready made prices. 4 new Sample Hooks. Out nothing If j on don't get n good (It. Bee our $4.00 nnd 95.00 Print Samples. SANDKns & Ittci. Itlohnrd T. Tyler, of Fultou county, candidate for Lieut. Gov ernor, is iu Union county, pros pecting, nnd limy give Henderson a visit, iiiuk is n goon man for tho position, nnd la popular in the pennyrile" portion of Kentucky. Henderson World. Much tins been said about the number of snows we were to have this winter, nnd those who have read the predictions of tho various weather prophets agree that twen wero predicted. Thia be ing true, eight moro are yet due, us we have ouly had nineteen np to this time. My stock of Winter goods will bo sold lower than ever to make room for the Spring Stock which will soon be in. Now ia the time to buy Cheap ami save money by calliug at H. O. AstDsaa. 3t We are glnri to announce CitaS. 4THE RELIABLE Speclnl BEERY, JEWELERS T-,t- Willi a largo line of Ginghams, Percales, Ducks, &c IFOIR, Ladle wishing CnrrluH a Comilotu ll of SPUING. A to do early sewing for Spring will mil nt our Store and kco the prettiest and cheaH't lino of Wash Good ever shown in tho city. t Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silverware and Spectacles. PAIRING, attention given to COMPLICATED WATCH REJewelers charge, at half prico other The minuted editor of an ex change breaks forth us follows: When the roll call Is sounded on tho judgment day and the heaven" are rolled together ns a scroll of the and the reverberations wrecked and ruined world peal forth the flat of eternal rest, wo want to hang our weary bones ou the galley rack of immortality nnd register in four line pica as being from Arkansas nnd ns trne an American as ever wnved the star spangled banner nloft to the pnre ctbernl elomsnt of this mun daue sphere, An exchange truthfully snye: If you have n good homo nnd are BALTZER & SHAW. - .) jr Itallreutl Time Table. N., O. Tr.l. N.. Tl.lH N.. Tbt i.r.OKtt & .. r W- - oU(r nftrlli nJ Ilia Ntwltra inoJtlloit folai aoulk. III t.. . IIH lk K, N A M. V. rsJnko AsmrrHi tried before Police Judge Kiug-maTr.U N.. SI, 110 p it. II Mr. oti Monday. Tho Jury reM, IlUt . n.lTi.ln.fa. M.lOi el cvnofdlor. with turned a verdict of not guilty. .lrj north, tad N. l MeK.tl Vr liBva timl varal real St. iu n. it. Tho case of the City of Hickman against Thos. Dillon & Co., for hauling Ico on Sunday, was n iy tl rtJuetk June-lio- n r.ccom LOCALNEWSr ilo, Ia Orlri- - I' "Ilk ui one An4 Ibn. ko r nal whrftlnf, Now ft sbonl villi uiuJJUJ drain, AdJ (It Ibrlr Una to iotcilo(. Tho river la rising slowlx. Kggs nrn getting plentiful. Tho spoke business Is lively. Gardening will soon be In or dor. ful bad In places. Mar ON IS DAY Nickel Alarm wants of Hlck thai on of the loajr-fauiao, from a. eonimarclat alaoripolnt is tmall, swift l'aekt about lo b mirpli'il lo pljr tetwetn llickniftn and polnta h low and ahott on the river. Mrra. Oraffltman & JnJe, owning ibt electro-- , gaaolino boat "Cjrcloftt" r now In Ih prtteb at ih Mibodlat Church 8lnrd7 clly and eonleraplatc cttabllihlna; auoh norsiDg at II o'clock, anil Sundj morn, eonnicllon with Madley'a and Jnmei log mil alfhl, Quarterly CcTiffranoa Uajoa, maklns Ibro trip to aach point tnter-prl- a W J. McCoy, Saturday ulgbl. Tli wttklj. Tbla LutlnrM-brlngln- g Monday ami of Cllnion, will arrlrc abould bat the aarnial support of I ,W. .1.1..- - WD L. .! proaeb Sloadaj night anil coollona i;i,,cii vuwwiiuw iv.C'T rrlly of lli town at Ltarl. lcc for eTrl dja and nlfliit. lt days within the past week, but remember friend, that ouo or two pretty days dont mean that wo aro to have no more bad weather. The Iter A. It. Wilson will sprlng-llk- out of debt, don't fret and .worry your wife into the grave for the Tho Woodland Mills creamery snko of making money. You have J. K. Wright, of MoyUeld, Ky., was before the mayor and alder has gone the way of all good but one life to live, and it is brief Take a little pleasure men Tuesday night and asked for southern' creameries and is now at best. permission to put iu a Telephone advert Wod fur snle. The creamery and comfort us yon go day by day City. Mr. business does not appear to be nnd try to do a little good lo othsystem in Union Wright says it is the purpose congenial to the Southern people. ers. A morbid Insatiate desire lo of his company to establish a cir- We belltive the general failnro of possess earth, to grab everything cuit Inking In the towns or Union creameries in tho soutb ia due to lu sleht is nt the foundation of City, Hickman, May field, Fulton the negleot or rather to be plain- more misery thau almost rhv one nnd Paducab, and that no extra er the contempt with which tho thing. Wealth alone will never keep your memory green after charge will be made for the use of aonthem recrarila llttln tlilnaa" the out or town wires by BUbscrt line ninof proitncMoua of the farm. I you are gone; a goott ute auu mnui i action win. t Trqjlfrwa-Banner- . tfbera. Obion Democrat. J -. Don't Fail to See My Line, Before Eying. Uo W. 8; EllihoK. At thin Rpnann. whan Hia rnmlal A farmer living near Padncali ate mrtdl alternately hard nnd pcradtleil at nnknnwn.lrnin'p to s6ft byTreerdna; nnt1lnawttra;farmsleeplu Ids ViitYni" j1-era ara nearly oiockadcu in some ing, while fuelling his stock, sections. It Is a good tioio to fonud n pocket book 'con study the problem of good roads, talnlng $'20o where the tramp had nnd Diake resolutions regarding slept. The trnniirrelnrned about them nnother winter, but iu the noon and claimed the money, summer the question of taxation which was tnrned over to him by will take the preference. Now is the farmer. His clothing was in tho time to estimate how much rags and he had been beggmg food you are losing from bad roads. in the neighborhood. The tux is n small sum compared The newspaper is the commer with the ndvantagea gained by cial travolor In city and country good roads. Benton Tribune, homes, who tells at the fireside, to its evening circle, the merits of your wares nntl mercliautitse, tr Plow Gears, &o., at Hock Bottom you aro wise enough to employ It W. 8. Fllisopj's prices nt to speak for you. It never n ucglocted, never goes unheeded, NKEDN t MI'EDS never speaks to unatfentive or unwilling ears. It never bores. Clover, Oats, It never tiros. It is always a wel come visitor and meets a cordial re Potntoes, ception It speaks when the day Onion Sets, in done, when carea vanish, when at "Bock Dottom Prices." at the mind nt pence and nt rest is la II. Buchanan's. its most receptive mood. Thou it is that its story is told and all who CARPJBT FACTOIIY. rend treasure what It says nud aro. Rag Carpets, Bugs, Tidies and influenced to go where It directs Fly Netting wove on short notice for tho things of which It speaka. and nt "Hard Times" prices. Call at J. B. Corum's iu Fast Hickman A KeromraenrintloM rrans La 032 CestelsrSt, Ixjs Asagtim. Cat,. and examine our work. a Inns hating h tho-farm- Brl34 Wiro, Smooth Wire, Wire Null &o. Oo Tov - i BitniMQ, Saddlery, X Ang-el- Cure that Cold. Stop that Cough. White Pino Ezpectorant WILL DO IT 25 OENT8 PER BOTTLE. II IV suffered for lime fruii Alter acute rlieuaMlisni, without obtaining rr lief, I tiaed Cbamberlsin'a Pain Dalra and I blub was almost Immediately relieved, y recommend ibis as Ihe best medicine Inown. U.M.HAMILTON. Forealeb k.T. tfWAYNE. Druiflsl. . i Nice DWELLING for rent. 5 rooms nud kitchen, nud all other convenience. Apply to T. A. LlDFOKD. Bucklin'c Arnica Salvt. The Deal Salve IrMbe" WOrtd Sores, Ulcers, Silt Rlietiro, I"eer Sores, Teller, Cbappvd Hand. Chilblain, Corns, and all Sklu Eruptions, and pos. enree Piles, or no pay required. Ill-e- Jy IIouno for RcMt. k GUARANTEE IT. - mean GJIA.UU lit. SILKS. ar .. l.. .!. GO ii IsJItfe.rW-- .y&ph- - high cnADE or money refunded. Price 2.1 per C. A. Uolcomok. box. For sale bt It I juarsntced to gieeperlect satlifao-llo- n DRESS GOODS, Open A and kfyjr FEED AND Business ! r S1IOFS SHOKS SHOES SHOFS 8HOUS SHOES SHOK8 03 'f W " The roads are getting power 75o W c 09 Ui o Newest New Things Now o w CO CO a BUCHANAN'S WE RBSPECTPULL? ANHOUNCE Tho Opening of our Early SIMtlNG Importations of DRES3 GOODS AND SILKS. The first week NEW AND FIRST CLASS SALE LIVERY, Clinton St., near Wagon Factory,) Clock nt In IlKKRY'ti tn O m Here ! Bullon Bools, Hickman, Ky. I will run, in connection with tbla lla ble, Horses and Mules for sale, Dar(rjf and Cirti, Murreys, Phaetons, Road Was one and Spring; Wagons, remember what I tell you will be (lie same that 1 use ray self Ih my stable. If you want anything in this line come anil see roe ane I will er's Sales Vf .01 Head the Master Commission- '4V- - this issue. Thero aro five prisoners iu (ho county Jail nt present. Advertising pnys: Newspaper advertising pays best of nil. A revival meeting will begin at the Methodist church Sunday. MbT I see n Nickel Alarm Clock lu front of Uncle Bros for M cts. Tho City Council moots in regular session next Monday night. Mrs. Jus. Shepherd, of Lnkc View, Miss., was In tho city this week. Mr. S. W. Harncs, of Cotton wood Point, Mo., was in tho city this week. ar Double jiowed Jeana Pants 93c. You can't dupllcato them for c Oi u O 03 Glad to Show Them ! What arc They t Ladies' Razor-T- oe a o 1 w CD of c 03 O K oo 03 W H- -l a o w CO CO m Xtomarfeable Far surpassing all Borgins in High. Grd Favbricol ctToits of'former years. Our unlimited purchasing facilities, at homo and abroad, enable tw to serve tho publio .with LARGER STOCKS and LOWER PRICES than is possible elsewhere. treat you right, J. P. FBICE. PHOTOGRAPHER, OLD STAND, NcwUnttonsI Call and sec 'era, nnd you'll be pleaded tliat you cnllcd ; and while buying a pair, make Hclection in New Tips! a o w CO CO 33 A. S. RQSEDALE, Wo plnco on sale many entfrcly new features in SILKS AND DRESS GOODS, nntl by far the most extensive and exclusive colletion of Punted TafTetn, Figured Oiientnl Silks, Fancy Operas, Changable Surahs. Hobutai, Ipdin-- Faille Francaise and Satin Duchesse ever offered in tho city, grading from the plainest nnd inexpensive to tlie choicest production of Foreign looms, Only the rfew Weaves, Styles nnd Combinations, exclusively confined to ourselves, will be shown. ;, ARTISTIC CLnK'3 o 03 03 Just nrrivcil, entire SPUING LINE Oxford Tien, JulidlcM, Prince Alberts, Uliiehettcs, Duchess Turn-;- , Strop Sandnls and Uutton Oxford?. They am Beauties ! The Prices aro o W 03 03 i Hiolrmon, Somtuok Old Pictures Copied nnd Enlarged to I WE NEVER SWERVE FROM ,i 1 4 H OUR SETTLED POLICY, TO GIVE OUR PATRONS THE MOST FOR THEIR MONEY W 5C UStV a as 03 W "Wo o right. Shoe Shop Up-Stair- s. c M FIIEE! Best -- 4 Mte Desired. OUT DOOR VIEWS. lay lil CO r. Full line of colors in all Silk , Chinas ,L... Glace Taffetas.i. ..f.......l!h'.. Fauoy Indias....!...!........1.'... Evening Shades In Satin. .,"w. Operas in Demand evorytrbero ..,,,. Black Satin Ducbeaso Fanoy Obnngnble TarTajfi, . just tho thing for waist,... .31 44 jLINENS.l iuL'Turkish, both towels worth 50o. our price 40 in all linen, Knotted Fringe, sold elsewhere for 50c... COinehnioached Damask, ull Linen only 56 iu Turkey Red warreuted fast colors only Full line of Doyles all Linen per dozen only Full size Bed Springs, worth 1.25 WONDERFUL 25c 25o PRICES. if ' '.ajfe ?1J5 SANDURfl & KICK. o CO sow ever)' scam that rips, machine for neat repairing. m hog had knocked till tho other weather prophets out this winter. The Hickman Cornet Unnd lion been reorganized. 1'bey meet In City Unit every other night. NaT 8 Day Cabinet Clook, Oak Hbruy'b or Wulnut, 2 At ''now dear to our hearts la tho face on n dollar, when some kind subscriber presents it to vlow." A young boy nged 13, named MnKlrath shot and fatally wound d h negro barber nt Martiu last (jrcek. Mr. John Noonon, of Fulton, spent Sunday in this city. He whs accompanied home by his sis ter, Miss Mary. The iounjf milts onioyeu n candy pulling at Mrs. Uettio Wilson's rosideiico In Fast Hickman last Friday night. The boys have begun to talk bnscbnll nlrcady, nnd from presont indications we will Imvo the ball fever bad this summer. MsT See our line of White Goods nnd KmbrolderingsJuBt received from New York city, lULTZUK & Siiaw. Mr. Th ob. Dodge, of Hickman county, formerly n salesman with Smith, Klllson & Co., of this city, wus married lu Clinton Inst week to Miss Ada Franklin of that city. It looks as If the ground 03 W THE CASH SHOE STORE.' o w CO i Don't giro your Old Picture lo Traveling Men, you may Iom them. Oite ate a trial! Batisftctlon gaariattid I T- -6 o c OQ SANDERS t A- gr RICE. - 09 25o 90o ' 3i.o GOp a o 756 SGo GOo 35c 20o 75o 75o w CD Ii e:ioii8 shohs s:iohs b'HOHH - at s:iohs s:ioiir s:ioii8 " j S - - Ilabalai Fine line of Changable Surahs, 75o c tr..37)o grand old man, of HpnrUn firmness, and I me Uod as steel la lilt friendships. bless his memory that ho Is a candidate for Lieu tenant Governor. He ia a very Mr. L. n. Shapard, ouo of tho popular man iu this sootion, nnd olilesl tod irnwl hUtily reapeeled ellliena tho people of this county had of Olilnn County, Tenn., died, at tho family homestead, H milts balow lllokraan, In heard so mnch of him that they hlaHhyer. Iu Ida younger daya Mr shook bin hand mora like that of fllianard was a wholeaale merchant In nn old neighbor Minn n stranger. Loultyllle, Ky., (lOnaesKed of laige propHe is a pleasant, plain, uuusstiin erly interesle, bulslnoe the war has quiet- ing goiitleiuan, nnd mi earnest ly lived upon his farm, lie was a man of Democrat in whom thoro is uo Uriel Integrity, pronounced conviction", and of superior Information. lie was a guile. Criltondon Press, ShOWU Sets, Seed Potatoos nt lowof weak. Ife waa liked by those who know est Cash Prices at blm. W. 8. Ellison's. MaTLadlos nose In great variety Col. Dick Tylku, of Hickman, of gnnlity nnd price. Thus In all spoilt Tuesday iu Marlon, mixing shades. Hest values iu blaeks iu with the boyn, and telling them ribbed and plain at 10 to 2Ao ever I olllitn Mr. Hiram Itumley, An old i of Ibla oountjr, died al Ike home Onion Mr. T. 1. Wllllami, llils county, ant SXZD OATS, DRESS GOODS. pleto lu all the popular weaves and shades. Some rnro bargains in our lH6'k Goods Department. ,' Alsno Suiting, to opou season 18o 30 inch Henrietta, 25o Conohlng Serce, 52 inch ...... 05a 30o Full lino all wool CbnllieB,-.,...- . Grepon, ull shades, 12Jc Laces and Embroideries. From the leading houses in tho East, at remarkably low prices. Auothor bato of that Go Do inoslio, for 4'c Apron Checks Blue and 5c Brown Ladles 4 Button Glaco Kid Gloves sold elsewhero 75o for 81.25 wo only nsk l"o No 9 Ribbons, all silk: 15u Nn 12 Ribbons all silk New lino of Handkorouiofs Novelties lu Sido Combs only Ladles Viol Ivitl Shoes only $1.00 LadloH Dongola Kid Shoes... 1.25 Mon's Congress SIiohs only 1.00 Men's Lace New Stylish Silk 2.25 Top Mon's Laco Tans Russian 2.25 Calf 2."J We have juBt received one car load of Sngar, Coffee and Molasses, which will be aold at Whole sale Prices," As wo --buy these goods direct from tho manufacturers, for the 'Spot Cash," la the simple reason why wo can sell goods so Cheap. Note tbo follow ing prices: 25 So.ta.rs G:i:i!ilsi ..gir, SI 00 01 A. W. LINDSAY, A.'ttorra,B7-tlu.r- r HICKMAN, Office with R. S. Murrrll. . : KY. 0il9 NEW BARBER SHOP. Our stook of Novelties V Is com k h Jj llarbers. fT5JrWtk- TriIBSTCLAbS WORK and First Clsie Special atlentlen (Men to 30 Kir Orleans .cgir. ICO WILLCROWBLL. Sbop hi Laclede liloek opposite II Uncb an ii OUR LEADERS. . Pichgu . P.chg.i Arbockle CoJes, 100 100 ii. " .'. Cofss. -- Tic CasUGgoceg J. M. HANUKliS & UI0I5. Choice N. O. "O. Pure Leaf Lard 8 Bar) Lenox Soap.. 15 lbs. Bucket Jolly 2 1b. Can Corn 3 lb. Can Tomatoes 3 lb. Can Apple-- ) K." Molasses 25o - - 9a - - 25o 35c 5c -.-- WITTING, CIGARS, ETC. DHALKR IN STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, TOBACCO, New Wash Goods. Irish Lawns in all patterns, wash only, 45 in, and warranted to Toil Dti Nord Glnghamf, ..i. Ducks tho fabrics of the sea Oo Ou SOMETHJNQ NEW. I especially Invito tho Ladles to call and seo my new stook of Embroideries nnd Laces. It Is the Largest nnd Finost Imported stock in this line over brought to Hickman. Prices nre very low. II. C. AMUKltd. "Delta" nnd ex cedent finish 0 lb Noto Papers, at 35oper 5'qulre pncUage.-'CreaoeCity And "Champion" tho bat 0 lb Note Papers made, GOo per package. Our Hnoat papers 'Perl Pearl" and "Extra Plated Oroam Wove," nt 75o per 5 qnlro box. Any of abovo papers lu both oud and eldo fold. lajo lOo (trccnvillo Tobacco, per plug, Mixed Candy per lb 31i. Can Baked Beam, 2 lb Can Succotash 5o fia lOo Hf Stock l always Fresh snrf Complete", and I invite Ibe puMie lo " and see me Cash roll! for Country ProdtK. 10u son 12Jo Fall lino of Spring Pilots, all fast colors,,... 05o "Young America" Cheese.. 12Jc Don't fail to get our prices be- f'oro you buy, as it will bo to your interest. Witling's olil stind, Cllnloa HICKMAN, KY. Street, K. Wilson's Book Srouu. BUCHAXrAB. Hsssssn - at - lit? AttorneyHlokman Bank. w orer Office B. T. DAVIS, KY. 10 HICKMAN, lruted lahncart. Will attend hruuiptly all biteinc, mcbJI-'- n sjssccscssiBrLa'flriXfrt'ij tjlWSaVel' .. w I IajaTaaajaataaAaat JaTttiS ' a 7 J -- v U'oiL'Wi; , M y .fcw iwii - - J fswf ,Tr'"re-'- s t .- "T3 -v a- -' .?i,.&s4j y -- W...ifrv . igpHfe .yS.tle M ". lil letter on my table written by some yon hove to fight Is ivhat the lllble nnocoiiT rmior cimx. A SNOWY DAY. one whom l" MippoKi to be nt this mo- - calls "The roaring Hon, whn wnlhoth Hero is wmclhliiff new. Despite 110 ment present, saving: "My dear, dear nbont, seeking whom he mm devour." dnys without n drop of mln, Snlicr'i Pit and doctor: You will plene pardon the .Vw, you have never seen a 'cal Hon new Yellow Dent coru ylehleil on n Dcnalah Went Down Into mm: ...n--zwu in id mum, ur u rltcr lor asKing mm m "" Slew a Lion. lnriro ncrenffo over sixty-eigl)it.hcN when yon feci like It, you will kindly Africa, just, after capture, Uimr eaglng er ncre, whllo tho department ol "10th 1'snlm, Sth verse: breaks his splrlt.niultho rons'atit pr"S- nt preach from the iiRrlcnltiiro reporti tho nvcrnjro yield A SI mi Mlm fail MsrUbnim Tliat ""t "Weeping may endure for night, but ence of human bolngs tames' on corn but n trlllo over twenty Only (lair lllm Ureal Mrentjin, imi joy cometh Inthe morning,' and much you ought to seo him sprliu ognlnst Mtll vtrarai Mrni.li-rfn- l bushel Nrrif encroin tho United States business man." So the Iron bors In tho zoololan gardens oblige a down-towl.j- Krt. T, lleMltt llmnr, l. I. Now think of the possibilities of this business men, nnd to of Cnlcuttn, and hear ,b n roar to all down-towcorn In a jroo.1 rorn season! It will It make one's business men, I soy: If for the prey. Dr. Tnlmnrjp took for his subject "A all double this yield then or 13) bus. back, Mdectcd Icing you ha eon hand goods that you can blood curdle, nnd you hrb ik you will nrr this oirr ami snvn it Snnuy Day," the text and not sell and debtors who will not, or nlthough you know there Is no peril, with Hopostnpo to the.Iolin A SaUer I. (hron. II.?" "I'e went down " sniTerlng l'lciity of lions in olden time. s, l'ul' Soed company, LnCnnso, Wis., you will fclew n lion In a pit in a snowy day UN can not pay, nnd you are also from uncertainty as to what tho lm- - dred of them wero slnughlrru .n one Have yuu eer heard of him? ,'et freo n pack of this Dhoitii I'lioor lie ns n man of Wllr American eonirrcss w 111 do about occasion in the presence of l',.miev In Cons'nnd their inaminoth catalogue, k lunw ns llcnninh. stout muscle and of great nvoinluiis.- tnc tariff, you hare three trouble, nna tlie Jloman amphitheater, 1, ns enme hero, and he inher- enough to bring you withia the range out and destroyed tho caine uliloh Oie omo people llio power to wove, Ills father wns a t, where carried the baggage of Xcr.v army the consolation of my mountains, nail how ijuiek they would kI1 I ted prowcs.i. Ilo was nthletle, and blood, nnd the j0u llnd the triumph of Itcnalah over a In lllblo times thero were many llio country for cvor.i bod, else. Ham's there was iron In his Horn. and n pit. and n snowy day. If lions that they arc fremicnll alluded stronrcst bone In his IkmIv was luck- lono He is known for other wonders j.oll imve only one troublo lean not to In tho Scriptures. Joel, the prophet, Von describes tho "check teeth" f a great besides that of the text. AnHg.xptian J.pond any time with yon five cubits in stature, or about musthaic at least three, and then re- - lion: nnd lsalah mentions Bm ng the Inches high, member how many have triumphed attractions of Heaven that No Hon nine seven feet And thus around in braggado- over such a triad of misfortune, l'.ml shall be there:" and Amos ipcaus of a wns moving cio, and nourishing a great spear, had three troubles: Sanhedrln dc- - shepherd taking n lamb's ear oioftho careless ns to whom he hilled, and nounclng him- - that wns one great tnuuth of n llon nnit Solomon Gives Pcricct Health. llenniah Of my text, with nothing but trouble: nhvsical Infirmity which he the righteous as "bold ns x. n;'' and and Pa " I had been bothered with pimples on a wnlklng suck, came upon nun, colled "thorn In llietlcsn, nntiaitiiougn waniei was n greni iion-tnloften my f.ico nud body for fit o years. J had snatched the spear from the Hgyptnln, wo know not what the thorn was we vld, and deretnlah, nnd St. J I tried many different remedies to Ret rid of and, with one thrust of Its sharp edge, do know from the figure ho used that speak of tills crcatuiv. Hut most nm I Impressed I what I put an end to tlie blatant iniliy, wiucn Jt must bnve been something that them but tho lVter makes us think of the story in our ' tuek him that was the second linfo quoted from tho Aye lliat, any good. 1 read Greek lesson too hard for us if tho trouble; approaching martyrdom that wiietl lie calls (lie devil a Hot same bench had ,nn,ie the three troubles. Yet har means strength. smarter boy on the lliat'mcnii blood- about Uood's In which w)iat he says: "If I had only ono us. with it, thlrstlness. Tint menns crue . Thnt and not bellied tho out Macedonian and fortune 1 could stand that, but three means destruction. Someof ou have bought n bottlo. ' Athenian fought nrc two too many." No, 1 misinterpret. felt the strength of his pair nnd the the Ultico then 1 have Dloxlppus . Mace-- I II,, "Sorrowful, vet ulwnvs re- - sharpness of his tooth, hiui t t horror taken vo bottles In the nrcsence of Alexander; the I donlnnarmcdwlthshlcldnndswordand jolclng; piwr, yet making many rich; of his rage. Yes, he Is a saa:c devil, and am glad totay x"javelin, nnd the Athcnlnnvlth nothing I havlnir nothln?, vet inivscsslng nil lie roared nt everything) gxl when hurled, . who nmmViAlyi '1'bniiUs ls unto ,ivS im.Sg uiavbIids pimpics but. javelin, but theMacedonian success- - thlnns."us tho rlctory through Uod, IaihI Lord Clnverhows JlnrtholonAw" ngnlnst im (rnnft. HrmVll the n. club. The Athenian nnd at our SiirMiparJlla lias ' . tho Huguenots, ono Augult night, purified my blood fully dodged it, and tne .Macedonian Jesus tlirist." with David hod three troubles bad boy.n when the bell tolled fur thelbutchery and built up my lifted the sjiear, but the Athenian broke it, anil the Macedonian temptation to dissoluteness nnd de to begin, and the ghastly joke In tho si stem. I gladly tho club sword, but trip' say? Nhnt "lllood the lttVWmB W'KJ v.t recommend Hood's drewhim up before hethe Athenian with thronement. refuse and does ho uvery street wns,and 60.IXX)letting Is good in '(iod is our strength, ' could strike aswsln knives August," SansparlllB. I feel ped Mr. A. r. Cliaal it, and then the Athenian with his pleasant help In time of trouble. were plunged into the , victims, ltiy uuuuuui lur club would have beaten the life out of Therefore, will not we fear, though and this monster ha had unrt.nj, Ol. tho benefit I rewired from Hood's Sarsathe Maecdonlnn, fallen among his use- the mountains be east into tho midst der his paw many of the grandparilla. In conclusion I would say that less weapons. If Alexander had not of the sea." est souls of all time, and. fattened with commanded, "Stopl stop!'' Hut Ilena- tohn Wesley had three troubles: the. spoils of centuries, he clonics for Saraa tnli nt 41m tf,t tvfllwltlt til ill, snillOthltlCT Defamation by mobs, domestic infelic- you. Hut 1 nm gla to say. to nil "of that will elipsc oven that. There Is ity, fntlguo from more sermons you who have got the wrst In such a I IrmtMi. In nil tl.n n.'Itrl.bdrbood. I.nmhs preached and more miles traveled than struggle, that there is a Mon on our Hood's Tills should 1)0 nrc carried off In the night, and children almost any man of his time. What side, if'vou want lllm Il'velation v., In every household. does he say "The best of all Is, God 5, "The Man of Judshi tribe." A scniuring ouiy ii nine nj irum im-i' father's house ore found mangled and is with us." And when his poet brothOnco used thoy will hamb to us but n I ion tn meet that always lie preferred " A. E. CiuT, llox dead. The fact is, the land was Infester. Oinrles Wesley, said to him, other Hon, and you can easily guess 1300, rrcsuo, California. ed with lions, and a few people dared "Itrother John, if the Lord were to who will Wat In that fight, mil who Hood's Pllla ro purely virctablc. care- meet one of these grlrly beasts, much give mc,wings I'd fly." John's reply will Vo beaten. When hvO opposing Sit less corner or attack It. As a good wa: "llrothcr Charles, If the Lord Horn meet in n jungle in India you can fully prcujreil from tho best lncrcdlenis IVnvldence would have it, one morning told me to fly I'd do it and leave Him not tell which will overcome nnd , The Greatest Medical Discover-They n footstep of a lion was tracked In the to find the wings." which lll be over,-in- c. of the Age. George Whltefield had three troublos: glare nt each other tor a ni imcnt, nnd snow . It had been out on its devouring muscle they errand through the darkness but nt Ilejectlon from the pvlpits of England then with full strength last it is found by tho Impression of beca4 he wns too dramatic that was dash against each other Kivtwo and paws on the white surface of ono trouble; strabismus, or the crossthe of colliding MEDICAL DISCOVERY. the four which way the wild beast ing of his eyes that subjected him to with jaws like the cnshof avaground, came, and which way it had gone. the caricature of nil the small wits of lanches and with a resounding voice DONALD KENNEDY, ci ROXBURY, MASS., and Perilous undertaking; but Henalah, the the day; vermin and dead animals that makes the llimalaia-'remblhero of the text, arms himself with thrown at him while he preached with a pull, and tear, ana clutch, and akiuc of tae head from pasture weeds a remedy that cures every such weapons as thoc early days af- - on tho commons that made three . trampleand kind of Humor, from the worst Scrofula forded, runpowder having been in- -' troubles. Nevertheless, his sermons ' side In siiii-- . until it ,s I xl much for down to a common Pimple. vented in a far subsequent century by j were so buoyant that a little child, dy- - human endurance to n mess, and, He has tried it in over eleven hundred the monk, liertholdus ing soon after hearing hira preach, I though one lion may be ft dead, the German eve, and never failed exceptintwocaves Schwartz. Therefore, without gun or said In the intervals of pain, "Let me ' one which has cODOiierc i iww away (both thunder humor.) He has now in his nny kind of firearms Henalah of the i;o to Mr. W hlteficld's God. Oh, I am t lacerated, and rashetl, an lame, and possession over two hundred certificates text no doubt depended on the sharp so giaa inai iienaian oi ray icsi im . cvcicsj. IO luffu lo ucaio an wijom of of its value, all within twenty miles and I feel steel edge for his own defense and the not the only one who triumphed over ing jungle. Itut if v Boston. Send postal card for book. slaughter of the Hon as he follow ed a lion in a pit on a snowy day.. enough our weakness n U battle of A benefit is always experienced from the the Divine first bottle, and a perfect cure Is warranted the track through the snow. It may' Notice In tny text a victory .over lad j temptation, and ask ' haxe been a j.ivclin, it may have been weather. It was a snowy day, w hen i help, against that o'u on of hell. when the rislit quantity is taken. When the lungs are affected it causes, only a knife; nut wliat iienaun lacmjones vitality is at a low ebb and the ' described In M. Tclcr 'rill go the be will make IIP In snlriLs an-- naturallr depressed, and stron-e- r I.lnn ilrsrxlbrd - Revelation. shooting paln, like needles passing In through them; the same w ith the Liver or strength of arm and skill of stroke. one does not feel like undertaking aland it will be no unce 'sin grapple, BoweU. This is caused by the duct be- Hut w4re is the lion? Wc ronst ' great enterprise, when Itenaiah rnbs but under one Orunirort'strvike the ing stopped, and always disappears in a not get off his track in tho snow. The his hands together to warm by extra ' devouring rnonter that w inldsiayonr week atter taking it. Read the label. land has many cisterns or pits, for j friction or thrashes his arms aroond j soul, shall go reeling to k Into a pit if the stomach is foul or bilious it will catching rain, the rainfall being Tery him to revive circulation of blood, and ' tea thousand tunes deepe- - than tnatin. cause .queamlh feelings at first. scarce at certain seasons and hence l then goes at the lion, which was all ( which Itenaiah lnr th Hon on a No change of diet ever neceary. Eat or reservoirs arc digged., the more fierce and ravenous because j $oowy day. the best yu can get, and enough of it. these cisterns ' wcatner. inspiration ouetaMespoonful in water at bed- here, and there, and jonder. Laons of the Doe, AUTOCRAT. have an Instinct which seems to tell here .omit atmospheric hindrance. PASSING OF time. S.M b all Dnicist them when they are pursued, and this The snowy day at alley torge well A ralthfat Ilrrrlplltra of tht Ljt IKtjtot tlr. lli!mr. dread monster of w hlch I speak re nigh put "on end to the struggle for His day grew gradually shorter, as treats into one of these cisterns which American independence. The snowy happens to be free of water, and is j dny demolished Napoleon s army on the the days of late October dwindle into there panting from the long run and way from Moscow. The Inclemency of rlden noons. Durinr the ' vr hours licking Its jaws nflcr a repast of hu- - January und February weather has when he was at his best In was wonman flesh, and after quailing the red jorae years bankrupted thousand of derfully active, driving to h s publishvintuge of human blood. merchants Iong succession of stormy er's or to make an occasions visit, a daily walk. If to "lose who Henalah is nil alert, nnd comes cau-- 1 Sabbaths has crippled innumerable tiously on toward the hiding place of churches. Lighthouses' veiled by the saw him continually tho cir!e of his ' snow on many a coast have failed to subjects of conversation begn to apof the fields. Coining to the this verge of the pit. he looks down at the warn off from the njeks tho doomed pear somewhat clrcumscriii, upon lion, and the lion looks up at him. j frigate. Tens of thousands of Chris-Wh- those who met him only o usionally itself. a moment it was when their eyes tlans of ncrvou.s temperament by the the old fascination still exrr-eHut while a modern Dn depression of a snowy day almost He set his door wide open when he clashed' Gordon dimming or Sir Sam- - spalr of reaching Heaven. Yet, In that made up his mind to receive nd conThere uel Ilaker, David I.ivngstone. would style of weather Henaiah of the text verse with nny human'beir lint e just brought the gun to the shoul- - achieved his most celebrated victory; is nothing left to say of him n nu-- lie der . nd held the eye against the Kir-- 1 nnd let us by the grace of God become did not cheerfully nnd trut .'ully say rel. nnd blazed nway into tho depths. victor over influences atmospheric. If of himself. :ind finished the beast, lienaiah, with w e arc happy only w hen the wind blows "I nm intensely intcrestr.i in my weapon. can donoth- - from theelenr northwest, nnd tho ther- - own personality." he begun ne day; 'only the I Ing until he gets on a level with the mometcr is above freezing point, and "but wc arc all jntijreitln? ' our I am, beast nnd so lie Jumps into tne pit. the sl;v Is an Inverted lilno cnpol sun-an- d solves, or ought to be. I I the lion, with shining teeth of shine poured nil over us, It is a religion and I see why.. Wo toke,ns it were, u WALTER BAKER & GO. let us rage, and claws lifted to tear to shrcdn 9- per cent. off. Thank God there aro mold of our own thought. The Largent Manufacturers of the lat lestige of human life, springs Christians who.though their whole life 'compare it with thu tnoldi'f another d.t'1 PURE, HICH GRADE for the man. while K.inalali springs lor through sickness has been 11 snowy ' man on the same subject.' II mold is COCOAS AND CHOCOLATES the beast Hut the quick strolto of the Unv, have killed every Hon of despond- - either too large or too snu nr the fa fSKjTvL0n ,hl Continent, hart rrerlrtd sttel edge flushed again , nnd again, '' ency that dared put its paw against veins and reticulations nro an igethcr titnl ...... nrrnln until till. snfllV 1V1.S nil lnllL--,.- llintr iufT.rtnf. It unv .. Ktir.lw lllfcV different, .No one mold fits another ....... ...,........ .. ....- - ri . HIGHEST AWARDS cr wliite. and the right foot of trium-- 1 when the pilgrim fathers set foot, not man's thought, it is our own and ns frcm tbt fn it pliant Itanaliih Is half covered with tho on a bank of flowers, but on the cold such has especial interest ann value." Industrial and Foci! tawny mane of the slain horror of I'al - Xew Ihighind rock, nnd from u ship It was really amazing to ut nt inI jCstine. that might have been more nppropri- - tellectual vigor in society cm nt this EXPOSITIONS Now you see how emphatic, and ' ntely called nfter a Decemlier hurrl- - lute period. When the condit mswere tragic, and tremendous are tho words cane than .iftcr a 'Mayflower," they satisfactory, nt a small lun neon, for n Ei EH likttttiil of this great conti- - instance, he would soon gr 'of my te.t: "Ho wont down and slew n took wnrm r AHst snowy day." Why nent. And under more chilly worldly with excitement, his eyes w. ! glow, ITallk IS, Dnlrh l'rpf tM. no Alkft-Imn In a pit in Bllrior Uirr thrmktUor Vytt r put it in the ustomed would Fd In inr o ISrlf rirtpsrttkrct. put thattho Hible. Hible?In Why Hook of surroundings many aa good woman has nnd hoHe was talk witli his n. ar horse Thtlril.lltflouc lllll.Akk AST COCOA I atelutc!r once tho taken possession of whole continent fire. twice in like nil old furt tal folublf, so4 com Umi than iu tmt a rrr-here in the Itook of Chron ,of spiritual satisfaction, s alleys of hearing the trumpet that cal to batsoto by OROcens everywhere. Iclcs? Oh, the prntticnl lessons nrc so peace, and rivers ot gladness, and tle. Hu iictivity nnd versa' .ity of Christ landed in mind could still distance man a clever WALTER BAKER & CO. DORCHESTER, MASS. ninny for you and me. mint a cheer mountains of joy. In this subject for nil thoso of you who our world not in the month of May, man in the prime of life, Catarrh cnutttl hnnrtt-till- ) are in conjunction of hostile circum- but in the stormy month of December, Ilo responded in the most onerous aitj difficulty in tiil stances. Thrco things were against to show us thnt wc might havo Christ liny to the epectations of Grangers tug. 1 alto to a gnat triad Hcnnfnh of my text in the moment of in winter weather, and on a snowy nnd foreigners who canto, tii'tslt hlra loll htarlni. 11 J tht in. 0 combat the snow that Impeded his dny. CSftvtiifps- is if on n pilgrimage, .Ho nlwsrt found Cl't"itam Valmilropiilnv Notice everything down In tho pit some entertainment for thorn Somemovement, the pit that envloroncd oinueiii Ao ceaHJ, rifc Hon with that snowy day depended upon Ilenai-nil'- s times ho would read them uioofhls him in small space, and the awlhtartnghavtartattu weapon. Thcic was ns much poems; sometimes no wouio nnvo n open jaws ond uplifted paw. And yet II" DaiiJ, strength in one muscle of thnt linn as pretty scientific toy for tlitr amuseI heur the shout of Hcnahih's victory. .VViatlfate,MonmouUi,lH Oh, men and women of three troubles. in all the muscles of both arms of He- ment; or again he would wrJe his Vntt uir. "I poiilil stnnd one. nnd I nalah. It is tho strongest of beasts, .in u volume jilby,v(irkor think 1 could stand two; ut three nru j nnd has been known to curry off an them to enrry awny in rtmcrabrance. KLY'S OnKAS BALM ox. Its tongue is so rough that it ucts Such guests could not olp feeling two many, least Opnmndclniisilha .Natal l'ttirri,AIUTiIln U Thero one a man in business perplex us a rasp tearing off the flesh It licks. is n4 lnIlrauitlon. lleaU lUo sorn, I'rolwls Ilia that they hod seen inoro ian the Dr. ol Membrane from colds. Ilctnro tha who has sickness in his fam- - Tho two great canines at each side of Holmes of their iinng.nat.jo. Ho en- anil (smell Tk llalDi liqulcklr abiorbcdand Kltti ity, nnd ' rallet at once. ApartltleltappllBdlnlorathnoitrllanrtliafree-tie- . ir1eelcnilat llnmclilaor by mall. voik. EI.T UllOTllElW.WWarreiiBireel.Jew i hour they had pa&se.i ,n I , study BEST POLISH INTHT WORLD. band ond wnvwnrd boy three trou Wns it a .ivelln'.' Was It a knife? I one always to be remc tnnrrrd. Hut for that, HcnnialPs blcs! Thero is 11 young man, salary can not tell As I think of thoso la. days I can cut down, bad cough, frowning future body under one crunch of the monster not help recoiling what be himself limp and tum wrote once, long ug... aiHijt old age: -t- hree troubles! There is a maiden would have been left with dlfllcult school lessons she can bled in tho snow And when you and "One thnt remains w.ilung" ho says, , not get, n face that Is not ok attractive I go Into tho fight with temptation, if otlu.rs ,la Vl. .m.p,, asleep, nud ,c , ht ,' me as f nine of her schoolmates, n prospect we have not the rlghtklnd of n weapon that tluough hard times she must quit nstcad of our slaying the Hon :, tho Uer ,IIIf yt.ar .,... Mar ,f the lamp is Tho sword not ujisetr...i school heforr she gruduntcs three Hon ....will slay us. is onij n careful .. DO NOT BE DECEIVED In ..nl. There is on mithor. his man " "". "" bund held round it to pri'vuit tho liiiffi ". Paints vrhich troubles! with Tsslei, pnam'ls, and s nn.i can hell his power of origlnn- - or from blow ii.lm,.,. flame ouL of stain the hamla, Injure ths Iron, and burn use ript rejected, , ., j ,, numbness In fore- - that. Mctory wiiu tnni, or no victory ,n(. jj tion In deeadciice. t, red. The Itlnlng b'un Stovo Polish Is threiitens par- - nt nil. lly thnt mean prayer to 1.0.1. M,d ,,ie ,,rofl.SS(,r (,on,t Odorless, and Durable. Each parkago ling er and thiimb.whlch s-., , troiil.les: i Here is a re- - commence 111 m to me ,hat , , contains elz oanresj when moistened will .'! reo uo grace, A inignty deiiveronce. 11 Ing port er of lino tnste sent to leport make soveral boies of I'asto Polhh. Wiy . Wl.ss ..,., I ro Bevcrnl not care whnt yon cull it; I call It ;innps'" ,. ,iitr puj: illsinlnsteadofonoratorlo.thecopy iatv HAS AN ANNUAL SALE OF 3,000 TONS. 4md if the ho hands In rejected because tho paper "Swoiil of tho SpIriU" Dr. Holmes left this which ho jungles of iienlltion had found pleasant andwurld. filled with Is full. mother to support on small lions of all the had upon your soul, incomethree troubles! I could march should at once spring pleasantness for others, after an Illright off these seats nnd across tho by tho weapon of heavenly metal you ness that wns happi.y brief. He cut them If they would come at my can thrust them back, und 1 . 7 through, nnd passed, In the words o( that great and ""K'.V.;:" "Vi:?..,,.V..iI :all. SOO people with th rce troubles. down, them stub them nt your feet. physician, Sir Thomas ,0wno, "in powerless This is the opportunity to play the hero leac beIVltttti&wVin&Tll&tVR drowsy approaches of sle.p; ItMfJifiwe,.'AiVV..".'!.,!,.,ki,J:'?:V;ittI . r heroine, not on n small stuge with a Youi good resolution wielded against lieving with thoso rcsr.Whl Christians --- -I cw hundred people to cl ap their ap the powers which assault you Is h toy who, looking on the 11' J aath of this is proval, but with nil tho galleries of pistol bgninst an aghiVt tVobrand" , world .but ns a nativity 0, another, do Tho Great Heaven filled with sympathetic and pen-- " fe ell out contentedly submit untothe common , . -,,.., - n.i...i ,.,, v. nnd envvm. RnoM. or KIDNF.Y, ipplaudlng spectators, for we are isne.isaocr.il. ..c...c....u,. " : u great cloud charge. Go Into tnc ngni ngainsisin by "surrounded LIVER & Hllns." Mrs. Annie IieKU.inConti 1Z 1. . .i . Of witnesses." My brother, my. sister, on vuur uiii nutiitiu'i .. BLADDER ny fnt. er, my mother, what a ehaneo will be tho hot breath of tho lion In d T10 nrtlsh empire an.f Its face, nnd hlr front paws, .i .l,iiiii.si.ini..,- - n nnntvn CURE. rou have! Whllo you ure In thu strng-f'- jour on each lung. Alas! for the man If you only havo the graeo of one AtDn.nl.la, COaX ft. p0 Iul,c(i) or uU)lll ld,loa'wn.hlrtfn. Christ to listen, 11 voice parts the lleni-en- s not fully nriiied, down 111 the pit, 011 a (r,.ni befom him n lion. Dlnghamton. N. Y. snymg: "My grace Is sulllclent for Miowy day. mill Dr. Kilmer & Co.. Dull lire, ' is over three All' mv hu.ieis nnd lenders huve u ! "HkoS lhre.""fl' Whom the Lord loveth, ho Loral Mini, for the National years Tic melody wi me ort on Imiid, lo more WANTCDi brndlcaUofn.w.pa;r..ud rhnrWlV'thi" "You shallrcmlpd mthun big llgl n...I the wiuthlcst llou but the hiindii'd knowu old. Tlw queen' Jig." as loaculiict. Socpiilr'l''l',',rrlu'f1"1 - UU, Ka, Khlch formerly at biggest i .ciKjuciois." And that la. Uti If lit rn-f.- n n AN ALPENA MRACLE. Mrs. Jno. M Todd, of Lotitf Hnpldu, ,,, Dlscmtls Hor Crutchos. In an liitertlrir nlth n ltrxirtr 8hn Tlena llrr Ciprrlriirn nn.l Tplta til Itrnl t'nuan of Uir Mlritrlr, Ite- - -- n n n ArM, .tfvsd, .VltK.) From Wo havo long known Mrs. Jus. M, Todd, of l.otig Hnpids, Aleii.i Co, Mich. Bho h.is been a s:ul ci Ippie. Many of her friends know tho story of her recovery fop tho ix'iictlt of thoso who do not wo publish It to tt n. Makes Pure Blood Hood's Sarsaparilla i' ' 11 7 Coye-tuinte- r, : wa!M . ; Hoodvs c parilla I JtS rW r day. Klght years ago sho was taken with nervous prostration, and In a few months with muscular nnd Intlamuiutory rheumatism. Itaffectod her heart, then her head. Her feel bevnmo so swollen slio could wear nothing on thenii her hands wero drawn nil out of Here) os were swollen shut uioro Uian half tho time, her kueo Joints terribly swollen nud for olRhtccii mouths sho had to bo hold up to bo dreid. Ono limb entirely helpless, nnd tho skin was a drynnd ciin ked that It would blotsl. DurlitK llioso eight ears sho hml Ixvu trrnUsI by ft trnro of pliisl.'lnus, and bus ulso Sx'iit luedl-ra- l tnueli Unto at Ami Arbor under t ndvlie. All snld lier troublo was hrouKht on by hard wovtt and that tiiodtolno would not cure, and Unit rest was 1110 only tlilnirwlileh would case her. After going to live with her daughter sho bccainornllroi ly helpless nnd could uot even ralso her anus to cover iiersclf nt nlulit. Tho Interesting part of tho siory follows In her ond words ; "I was urged to try Dr. VIH!llms 1'lnk Pills for Tulo Peoplo and at last did so. .In three dajs after 1 commenced taking Inuk Pills I could sit up and dress myself, and alter using them six weeks 1 wont home nnd commenced working. I continued taking U10 pills, until now I bcxln to foiTt my crutches, und rati go up and down steps without old. I nm truly n living wonder, wnlklng out of doors without nssUuim .'' "Now, If I can sny on) thing to Induce those who havo suffered as I have, to try so. If other l'jnk Pills, I shiill like sufferers will try Pink Pills to directions, tlioy w ill haioresson to thsuk tloil for creating men who uru nblo to that terrible disease, rlieuinatlsm. I have tnmvown neighborhood recommended Pink Tills for tin! alter effects of It grippe, and weak women with Impure blood, and with good results." .Mrs Todd I very strong in ber fnlth In tho ruratlvo powers of Pink Pills, and .ivs thoy have brought ft poor helpless cilpplo bark to do her own milking, churniug, washing, sewing, kulttlug.nnd In fact about nil of her household duties, thanks to Dr. Williams Pink Pills. Dr Williams' Pink Pills contain nil the elements necessary to givo new life and richness to tho blood and restore shattcnsl nerves. They are for sole by all druggists, 01 innvbehad by mall from Dr, Williams' Mch.-'inCompany, Sehenecta.lv, N. V , LiriV. per box, or slrboxe for Si V). h.i. tn-s- riant. iittneh themselves lo rocks and sdle nnd feed on what tho tldesbrlng to them. They nro of various colors, nnd they tako n great variety of forms, from that of a mere plnster on n rock, onrf ely distinguishable from It when closed, up to n beautiful flower, the tentacles being tho petals when open. The sea anemones of tho variety most familiarly known because being tho most beautiful they tire the most sought and the most commonly displayed In iiqunrlums arc rather chubby In build. They do not, even when extended to their greatest height, rcneh a height, III proportion to their thickness, sulllclent to enable, them to reach for anything, nnd they must lie content with what comes to them. Hut there Is un ordinary variety, common, for Instnnec, on tho spiles nt the Hattery In this city, that con reach to some extent. When closed they nro only little excrescences, on the' sidles. When open they may be three Inches or more in length. They Some nro of n ereumy white in color of are from half nn Inch to an Inch through nt the base, but often-e- r they nrc less than tlmt. Their ten tncles are much longer In proportion It than those of the larger ntiemoiics may be that nn uneiuoiie of this kind n quarter of nn inch through and standing up nn Inch hns tentacles Ihathnich the ground; it looks ilka n mile weepA slender anemone of ing willow. s of an this kind, perhnps Inch through nnd standing up two or three Inch, can rrnch tha rock or tplle around It for a distance of Iwoor'thrco It dlnmelers or moro from Its base can notsee.but Itcan feel, nnd it bends over until Its tentacles touch the rock In Its search for food. Its body then forming n Ikiw between the head nd tho base. N. Y. Sun. three-eighth- WILD FLOWERS Op THE SEA. Itrnutlfnl Varieties nf a (singular Suhmiirliift HP kj&jt&ftju Accept None of ihc Pretended Substitutes for Royal (Af Baking Powder If.CAUSE irjerior nnd cheaper made linking preparations arc bought nt w holesale nt a price so much lower thnn RoVAl.,some grocers nrc urging consumers to use them in place of the Royal at sanit retail frict. If )ou desire to (ry any oi the pretended substitutes forKoVAb Hakino PownrR bear in mind that they are alt made from chcapernnd inferior ingredients, and are not so great in lcacning strength nor of cmml money Pay the price of the Kovai. Hakino Powder value. for the Rovai. only. Hakino wholcsomc.and makes licltcr, rowur.R is purer and more finer, anjl more healthful food than nny other baking powder or preparation. It i, g llli:i:l To Christian con-.i.- anil Ctt .Map Kiulrisni'rera-roeh- U llnl.U ot lloslmt, llio IVuvriillon t,- -. i KENNEDY'S ' thun-dcrUd- ts ton-claud- e, . i I 1 JIE rlllPi in tcrr k at . d h old-tim- e ' j -, ' j f tho mg vcrf convenient and sttnwllve l'.K'ket tluldu to Uiet'Ur ol Ih'ston which will bo sent free of charge to all members of tho Younif lVnple's rio. tety of Christian Kiidxuvur who nu sumps to cover iiuiilliu; t horses lo II 10 unilerslCTHX! nils roc Vet iiiimc should bo In tho land of oi cry nieinl r of IhQHivlety whueonU'inplaU's uttomHiiR the Utli Aunual Cnuri'iitlon. as it sIkiws lh' location ot all lVxts. llnlWs, (.liunhtM, 1'Lves of Ailiusciiiciit. Ilsunl-nou- t -- urn. Tub constancy of saws Is nothing bul llulldlngs Street Car I. lues, Ktc , Kw. up tln-l- r agiUUgn In their besrls. -Tall ( rn. Write soon as tho isllliqn Is )linlll H. O Mrl oumii k. Lcnileman six fset three Inches ltw hefu-aulrasseniwrTra!Uo Mamcer, III 1'our Itssiw. wlih an uiultrrlln In bU .ni(( retihed llucliiuau il j arm ,.,ii, nly reart ... !....- - f .1 i UKll:'l'," ? rsi'sil li .... A . I , .. .,', .. n. u.. ..... 1.1 i of the top of some -- .rn if towing in . ANECDOTES OF HOLMES. rUes y S lee'l.lg Ol liarrwramiuTraii. r ivitiiumiiiinip V . when lie visited that o hwgTr neta)f for lis jv1 hett i 'Iulewaur. nf Ills Own duh place," f Id Uwln Hlion, I Hit folks . hesiti.m l.i- -t August. ' Only the natural The (harm at Ills iltsfatr WTWCfiy i.iirari a hnb mob need fob sliotetlit' Umiirrnl smw The attlwsil oilUSl 1'iieius. ( the soft mde the rorn. as ilau diii h.iti foil rvclUn' b II " Wushiug-to1 recall one day, when tho subject of Trttimph of Consenalhe Surrery Star. ihi frrtil'MTn whutevtr were use.i. that the Wnlt Whitman's poetry wns Introla sdl I'lailrtltd by ( irirlii a hns . the. markets nnd MM, . I. IutssIi ! now.arfi. I lll'l'l duced, Dr. Holmes said he abhorred BTAicorOnio. Cut orToLeco, lJ rliinale to ihskp larniuig .iv'i I.lSJUCllfNTT ixi'j I Ml. v cuicJ wrtnosii iho.4,,r l'iiuJI.(HU playing the critic, partly because he Clum--r isafKntsKJ. Cuc.ser mslies ooth that bo Is ures hnnHril, Mxty-ninaisdwiilMMit Mln Vrtl and one-lm- lf Two Siewn away Tsf was not a good render had read ton tho seal. rrarUicrof the tlrm of K.J. Cuts: cr half miles aeit--s land, two nnd Usit vflsn iMrfure laSaaitaa- t,tt mi but he K. Co., dolnc business In tl'e City of Toledo fr.'in stnndanl stutlou on Jams river cursorily and carelesslj, ihmi MraiieulalhJM aa,l dealh said Mtato ufores.ikl thought the right thing had not Wen Coiiuty und the suai of osc IIIand that H'l- - ilnisii.n t A . Ity. twenty miles firm will nav M'HtP TllVlflllCO'Stlaa rllinasKt'leriiie) I j was vol Seta atel said about Walt Whitman. "Ills looks taws forssuhandrsery so of Ci latin that ' west of Uiclimomt. ItseeUefit dwell reenas-e-wllbwit Ihe ' ssitliae sell largely and there is n large audi- cannolbeoirtMbyUiousriof IUit'CTsuii cost J't.ls'O in lH, In: of uine PfieialliMit fiust, J. Cnrsr. nut buildings, fence, etc. A uood j ence of friends In Washington who Crag ni. il TilllAnC hnweeef Urir. Sworn to liefore me awl sabv rlbcd In my urn site on farm I'lLi; lUitlUIVJ, ri.lvla an.t price H.(W, which prale and listen. Kmerson believes in presence, thltbthday of IKvottilsT-.A- . 1) yA null er ate oslier illseaM u( the is Mlxiut one tlnr.1 iml t.f bllixliiii-- s. A W. liLrasox, him; Lowell not at all; longfcllow pefi.tntlr cwtd wHho.it palu w le-New h.'tis. newly palntrd. new A'J irj, sAf. finds some good In his yanp." but the In Ih knife enrrluge bouse, Imrn, lee house, Is taken Hall's Catarrh ni CIYIVI1 la the nfcvMerciMs'iad inlle truth he is in nn amorphous condi- acts dlm-tl- onCure bkod nud Internally ami Inaul stalilr ful lawn. Jarye e'.m slm.lr trres, tho tmicetis m. ? I UiSl w.w lartr i tion." ot tho system. Hnd fnrteatlmoBlali, N.'iglii himI tlxnl up b a wealthy hioii i, .je.1 wa.he.l mil awl (irilntlr le- -I K J Cnrr.v:Cts Toledo, O. I to resid Longfellow was once speaking of an fnv imi It but whoespiH-tiet KHhl f'it"H by Dnnrclata. 71c es liave foreesl him to sell. address he had heard which he consid- rMoMFamily 1'Uls. 'J5c Hall's I'rlr.gf iwa ddrcs, c. It. Ilynn. A ered quite a perfect performance. tawa. IW ino- cvtilMr In IiuiMisU I . . (.. .1 O. II. IL, Cincinnati. O. U. -- yes," fald Dr. Holmes; "I don't I UKr. bnukf.n; parties, txcuuo no ore Uml J tenia nn slaittvsa loMH a IHa. doubt it was very good; but the speak- ciuioettrsl licf.iro one o'clock In tlioday. U, Mala Ies,ary Merth-a- l Ass.-twTeicurn "Wlialls nlienshiel'' rklMslar He Wydney rimlth. er is snch an unpleasant per-otlierl Puffa N Y guess il must lw n iwirrlisl wimuui.'' Is Just one of those fungi that always IMrvIt "re Ypv often bear a woman say: "It's no usuulking," but shu doesn't think so all grow upon nnlversttles!" 'Uovor no tA rhurvh to brt.r tbe and those soon lo beOne evening the doctor came in nfter tho same. -- Texas Hillings. or tlm music, M.iudel" ! to thchlun," come mothers, the Phi Hcta Kapjta. dinner at sald,Maun liirjor' IUWr. should know that Dr. THE MARKETS. "I can't stop," he said, "1 onIUvnrlla t'ntH,aKal.l 3lferal.la rend on my verses which I ly come to rrectlptlon I'.tts CISCISSSTI. Keb M Is tho man er wanon troublrsl wltli chlldMitli of Its KM they made LIVE gave at the dinner Hmrt palpltatbiaa, sour UHHMfh, (III Srlrftbulchfra tenois and such a queer Impression! I didn't liearllsiru, sKisim,s of the twrres, ,. danreis to both IB CJ. I u mean to go. but .lames Lowell wns to vieod tHrkera KRiiWkmiInisltin or a senasi of einpUfxtsa at tbe lit mother and child, by ri 4 W preside and sent me word that I really SHKUI'- -s befce. , .. js sj i" nf tho st.ma.'h, are amnrn;r ItsrndUvitii. It, ; sltllrr Nstmc in prv JMIIIS-Shir,- rs Hoalettrr s Mtomai-- lHtl-i tiattng tne st'tcni must be there, so I just w rote these 01T !H O t I C "'t and enllri'll ovr. owe ruaialittl..n, blW for pattiit lllnn Kivarrsl... . and here they arc I don't know- - that OllAI-s- etlousness, kbhrrv "labor No Jresl i cnmplainla.iHruinallo, lliofwtrliand M.alartal TUiliv petlod of ItLWW- w I should have brought them in to read (lorn-- N rwawly Sf this S jjhI thr t Mites) sj K' Oats .o. .' ami is win mmeni' iTUiHfnv , r,.,.ri..i.rMt ate tojou. but Hoar declares they are the : Ittr-NS ' 1119 result V &l,n.1n.l It also ttltm After some HAY-I'r- l.a o liest I have ever done." to fholcr fll an abundance of jiouiltU.mut O) rctrtloii of -- MI)H Irsl .. . Hmi-sI Ml yon that rutons, delay, and in the fading light of sunset TUIIAtXXs-Mcsllo- ra child I4M 4 IS UnoJlrai msjk my IIIIWImw est oft tho tHhrr.iaJf for theIsrt S reflected from tho river, ho read the I . . Mit. tlotnl ef Aif.Vr (hrtt BaW-". Iblit limes'' rjird-Prl.. n verses "Hill and I" He unw. ,ne. When I tea lakni lr. J,.n aMe f ilrr. Jtetct a I araHr rtctiptln I w the IIU1TKIt-CJrfi.- eeto cbflsee ereaiaerT been still warm must have SI 1'rloio FuHTirr Lmut Acnlmt Wloter sianl rm nr fret utthswt i(fetta' ahs rte.lh. . cxntement of tho first reading, for 1 AITLKsl'traW . wrH llnks'a lmv of HreKtiMl ami Tar Ntl I tk alt W huUM.Mk. wamir, wih'.I JS con never forget tho tenderness with Itn'ATOKV I'er tbl l 'ure in tn; uhmt.s slHCiHlrteTshlsftiifyhmar(elfht am ucsHff naw Ibau I ha teta In alt NKW VOHI. They ore which he recited the lines. t'.lak. iki iavi'tlte riesrtljillwi'ls It thehesl s.. UU I Da toe Iwlonjf t Ik .s w and OnVr so FLOl'll Winter uatrnl t ts s S W( twusnl at least , still pleasant on the printed page, but OltAIV Wbeul-N- w I norihn sir' t ot anvhodj you U'wrsAuieul M an Wile wilh any w my 1 aeser fffie,l cMs.r.i"Jir"! !i NO 1 rrrt. to those w ho heard him, divested of the Mlatita C 'istltjtlon ivXtit Ivnf ie I chiMien a. I tiki with my last ' . S wltesl passion of atTectton with which they CORS-H ... sU II SS tlKS were written and rend. nwsi C ?U W sLate in life he said to a friend who IHO-Wealr.-x .1 Spraiti, Strain, or Bruise If CIIICARO - wns speaking of the wnrm friendship' rrXIUIt-WlB- -- : S i- it O ler .. t paleata embalmed In his poetry, and which SI St,! . M Nn. t I'hkngo aprlsc. .. would help to make it endure: "I don't ', ! know how thnt may be; but the writ- COKN-- Sn OATH-.SSitt 10 10 ing of spicy poems hns been n passion-nt- e l Z Yill Cure It Joi." Mrs. Annie 1'iclds, In Cen- LAKD-Me- atn i ! loitrltotite havo ti - . ..... Issued tlilis-two-te- Pit a amllo en your f uce when j on pi ut Kiaim WAiKrit "How many women do for a walk, and somebody will bo helped thero imve cen t.wbiy to look lUra'a Horn. i it mi'ii-utiurliiricHiiisI" yupcrliutfiiihiit "How sli.t ihl I tnnwl I sin not a hnrpoln counter," lTlsbcttcrtolalorto la tho world than - Hosi.uTrHntrlpt to bring up a Isiy b) playon tho ncovrulon TeiasHuilails, Wilt er man la trr'hle anai.ius trr ulb eQiiirvmnjt miar, sum , i . lie." i.wn, ,i.h..i "Turim roc n eld tlauie of mine " as tho , , , unMld when tho cornet nituo Into rn'rilm-llo.,. TTi. ( t nnsihluL r4n.- "aii l'uek WnsliltiKtou Htar An ImiKiflanl l)l(trrnee. Ilii tmiibbi 'luisit do spirit obirsever. Tomsko It aiM'irvnt to thousands, whtl nmv,'' ssl I'uclo Klsui. "am ikt ll's too tlitnk tboiiisa 111, tlmt tl.ujf are not nf w Ith ativ disease, bul Uial tho svateni libleter strllo' a inaa - Imli'.lwt when tie's lull.itily In dc wrong."simply urns! cleanaloir, Is to bring cuntf rt nahlnflim hlar. acostho ceiHlltluu homelo their hvaitt, "HlNKS Ikis Kot Olio of tliAxi tulklmr a rsitllV OuriM Ui USlUK nillll. l'l l iia. Igbympto nwlfo.' Mauufactunsl by tho Cullf A Hn"'TP,i'" ma. luiii-1 -- sVKVVX'VTT'I1 VWVWW vwwwimrwnr onval !ji5.eftrirjfsjrt, j5I bak.nq mwDtll m trfttninnnwTTiraynBivinin,T3tVJtWtVV!tTtiey CO.. 10 WALL ST.. w . ..,. ., a "o, -- .... i.i, ': -- ' u str.-nirt- t jy nu. c nuiwn l J"' i, i'i'il lti ar-fx- ,, sTKiauRHfuSVci: AIOTIIERS n. ln. Cnm-bridg- e. fr I'lai' to-da- y: dya-prHi- a. llOHS-rouin- mn H . KU)Ult-W1nlerrr- allr 4J an)itis. -' -- ... i.hi-ibv- uv ti mm-- - ,..ll . fl PIirVI--ION!-.s- well-know- mc lrk ill (, Va r ;..." . Vi-s- ern It's "T r UKAIN-WBit-.- 5.s Ka St. Jacobs Oil tury. To-da- llAIiTIMOKP. S tt.M 5 T ..dj. . t7 i.rtlMr.l j j pos-essi- 11 j rl ' 11 KSKSfffj -- 1 llrli-llan- 11 .. V.'. ,- uj I ; ,, hls-th- ,,, potatoes:- -! . 11 mn 8W O Cj k . 1 v- e, ii. depen-blanche- Uie.,0au I. Paris, regarded as a fortified center Is an entrenched camp, upon the margin of which nro numerous new piTiiinncnt forts. The circlo formed by the Hue of these uew forts, which arc far outside the forts of IsTd, Is alioiit s.1 miles In circumference, nnd it ront.-ihi- s iihmtt .'iSO square miles, not of that urea bemore than ing built over. It Is a region nearly ns large ns Monmouthshire with 11 population of .1.(XX),t)d. Tho smallest possible circuit to lie formed around it by an investing army is lift miles, so that at least ,VK),bW) men actually upon tho spot wonld be required to undertake nny serious operations for the reduction by siege of the French capital. In pracs tlce no fewer than 1,000.000 would bo And fortified I'nrls, nlnecessary. though so much more extensive thnn It was in 1870, can, noverthcless, be defensively held nt present by 3JO.00O men, while. If 7CO.OO0, or even more, were called for, they could, without detriment to the field armies, lie pro vided out of the 3,700,000 trained sol. dlers whom Franco now has nt hcrills-posa- l. National Ilevlew Knoi.a.M) consumes 000,000 pounds or about 1,000,000 gallons of ten every Is as much as is Issued by dqy, the rest of Kurope, North ami .South America, Africa and Australia combined. Tho green tea of former days has almost ceased to be known, whllo the Twankny, Hyson nnd gunpowder teas are seldom heard from. ( hlna onof thequantlty, ly supplies tho rest coming from India and Coy-IoThe Indian tea goes half as for again us the Chinese, os regards color and flavor. Of ull kinds of credulity, tho most obstinate Is that of party spirit; of men, who, being numbered, they know not why. In any prty, resign tho use of their own eyes and cars and resolve to bcllevo nothing that does not favor thoso whom they profess to follow. Johnson. The Hible declares that people of wealth and culture nrc not mado of nny hotter clay thnn common folks, but bushels of sermons aro written which studiously avoid pressing homo this truth. Itom'a Horn. At the lowest depth from which specimens of tho bottom hove been brought up 110 dllTcront species of ln fusorin were fouiuh It Is estimated that more gold and silver has been sunk in tho sen than are now in circulation on the earth. The Aleutian islands wero uniiied by tho Itusslnns. The word nivalis "bald rocks." h h n. lrla. FLOtJIt-Vam- llv OUAlN-iVhoal-Corn-Ml-Na iinl S K'in T ro Otta-Ml- icl lMtD-ltenn- e.1 t ATTI.K lIOtlB I ortAl.N-Wheat-- ItlllK Mm -.Na Western INDIANAPOLIS. Na 'o ? Klrtt lUality 4 1 WS 10 ili n I IH'i MS 4tS S4 All over hoiise-clcanintf. orn Oali-S- ; mltnlI . inltetl. ft St H . ITS nit iVIi you need Pearlinc. Ami more than ever in look over the list of things that you might use soaps and powders and fluids and what of them don't pretend to help you as much not. Sonm as Pearlinc some will injure paint, or surfaces, or fabrics ; some arc only meant to wash or clean certain things. But with Pearlinc, you will save time and labor in clean ing anything that pure water won't hurt. Not only can it do no li.irm. but it saves useless and harmful rubbing. m ; the house OKAIN 011K rraOUH- - Winter (urn Oala-.MIieJ IUIKVILLr. Wheat tlentred .... No. Miici! Just -- LAUD- - hlcam I Hr. (t (I C M t auon 8 U I HI MJi rihlc blood disease I had spent hundreds of dollars trying various remedies and physicians, none of which did mc any good. My finger nails came off and my hair came out, leaving mc perfectly bald. I then went to could cct n k" w m t w from a mostrelief hor IISTafUllC . , - HOT SPRINGS It. m 1 saltS "We think PIso'sCUKE for CONSUMPTION Is the only medicine forcouRlts." JENNIU I'INCKARD, Spring field, III , October I, i3fH. Hnnlni In lie cured liv this celebrated IrH treatment, but very soon became disgusted 4 and decided to iry b.&.tj. I ne citeci ?:sz trulv wonderful. I commenced torccovei at once, nd after I had taken twelve hot- - J" I i,rn i.ntlr.,1., ...rf.rtsitrH liv R.R,. I- when the world- fe A WLs renowned Hot aV . Spilngjhad filled. PISO'SCURE ..CURI2S WIU'.UR ALL GIR PAILS. TASfllS IKIOI). DSI1 IN TIMI!, Wll.ll IIY 0 " 'A FOR CONSUMPTION IIHUIII1I.ST.S WM. IS. 1.00MIS, aJVaa B!Mrp?1.l.TrFVM: j4 i) IIHST COUdll SYRUI'.... KDKraJrarf? I9THC ' k 1$ CV.HTS. Coughs and Colds, Soro Thront, Uroncltitw, Wonk Lungn, Ocnoral Debility nnd nil forms of Emaciation aro upoodily curod by W Mb $3 SHOE riTfOB RST. CORDOVATsT. AlwfiKt J3.rHtNCHa,(NAM(lltOC'ir. H. AKINO. isiw a 4?3ft?FlNCAUKANCAKMl 3.WP0LICE,ssolw. Scott's Emulsion mammammm--w--w jmmm-SMmmmmmmmm- "' 2.l.7 EXTRA TIME. BaysrsouoLSHOU ". t.VX)itis ConsumptivcH ahvayn find great relief by taking it, and consumption in often cured. No other nouriuliuont rcstorca Btronglh bo quiclljr nnd effectively. BUGCKTofLMAlj. OvtrOne Million I'eopla All our, oboes are equally (lie aro mado strong and robust bjr coU'h Rmulflion whon othor forraB of food Boom to do thorn no food whatever. llio only gonuino ScoU'h Kinulmon in put up in ialmon-colore- d wrafjer. Ilcfuno cheap BubatiluteHl StnJ Jor pamphlet on Stvt't JTmuliion. rREC. 8oott Dow no, H. Y. All DrtiggletR, SOcdnta andSI. Weak Babies and Thin Children W. L. Douglas $3 & $4 Shoes tar iho They kl llicy c.iialcu tlnm tliora In style anil fit. i iieir earini qualities are urtiuriiauc.1. llie ptlcrs ar unllurm, atamped nn I'ruin $i l i.l rav eil over oilier makes. "!. II our JiiUl c.imul aulx yv " A. N. bt value for satisfactory Hie money. K.K. 1041 Mlll-J- f to aliTKIliial l.'a I'l.ra-- s lata last jaa aaw Ua AaTrrlUteat af la H4 IVIUTIJK1 art